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HI'SUN, siTU&DAY, SEPTEMBER ' 18, 1119. ' BETTER UNDERTONE TO COTTON MARKET Prices, However, Movo With Much Irrognliirit 'n Day of Dnlncb OEOSE NEAR DAY'S' BEST Final Prices Aro Unchanged to 10 Points Lower Spots Alos 10 Points Down. Although there waa yesterday a good ... - . . - . deal of Irregularity displayed by the ootton market. th undertone ones mors showed a distinct Improvement, with the sold out condition of the market plainly evident Broadly viewed, It was a dull and rather uninteresting nflalr, profes sionals moving values almost at will. Rumors naturally went far In so sensl tlve a market, pressure Increasing mors or less gradually as the session wore on. The close of the day was not far above Its best levels, with final price un changed to 10 point lower. Among the factors of which much waa made was the tropical storm. Discus sion over that feature has not et died down to any noticeable extent First reports regarding that disturbance stated that serious damage probably has been done, but official statements of the Weather Bureau issued late in the session were to the effect that wind velocity around the New Orleans section was not far from normal and that In all probability the storm would blow Itself out further to the northwest A good deal of precipitation was recorded on the weather leap, but It was not exces sive and at no point over an Inch. Whether or not the weather map was bullish or bearish seemed open to not a little discussion, but It was conceded generally to lean toward the latter. Cables from Liverpool met our Thurs day's advance and went US 10 to 15 points better. That market held Its own well throughout yesterday's business and closed sharply up from Its Thursday's ending. Spot business In the British centre was reported fair with sales of 6,000 recorded. Outside specu lative Interest Is still small and many of the old bulls here are rapidly losing heart With the Industrial situation In Its present unsettled state Interest Of the outside public Is at a low ebb. Thus the market lacks a necessary potential, strength. First sales were 10 to 20 points up In a steady opening market There was scattered covering before the week end and Issuance of the Govern ment's consumption report to-day. Brokers operating for Liverpool were on both sides of the market but all In all there' -was little width to price move ments. The forenoon tone was one of steadiness, which continued to early afternoon. Blng people commented on the renewed determination of the South to hold on to the, coming crop for' a fair price, which will Increase no doubt bull ish sentiment as time goes on. Pressure was heavy at different times later In the session. New Orleans houses selling on all bulges. Business was of mixed character, and the last hour saw prices fluctuating not far above the day's lowest levels or around the last previous flnal levels. The low points showed losses of only E to 20 points. The closing tone was nervous, with the market relatively barely steady. Bpots were 10 points down. There were no sales of the actual. Jlanro ol-prlcee: Thur. Open, nigh. Low. Close, day. September 2S.fr) 24.60 SS.0 tl.SS 23.40 October... 21.87 29.10 23.15 2S.4S 2S.7S November. 2S.T0 2S.S0 December. 29.03 29.40 24.75 2S.44-90 23.00 January... 29.01 2S.M 23.70 23.73-tO 28 80 February. 23.71-85 28.30 March..... 2S.0J 23.41 3.35 23.M-S3 23.00 April 29.00 29.03 May 23.13 29.42 29.00 29.00-05 29.0S June 23.95 28.95 July 29.10 29.10 29J0 2S.9S-29.06 28.96 The local market for spot cotton was quiet and 10 points lower at 29.16a. for mid dling; sales nil. Southern spot markets follow! Galveston quel, unchanged at 29.Cc.: aalee. 300 bales. New Orleans steady, unchanged at 39c. i salts. 5,812 bales. Mobile nominal, unchanged at 28.50; sales nil. Savannah steady, unchanged at tic.; sales. 4(5 bales. Charleston nominal, unchanged at 23c: sales nil. Baltimore nom inal, 50 points higher st 23c: sales nlL Augusta aulet, 58 points hlghrr at 27.94c; sales, 1,427 bales. .Memphis nominal, un changed at 30c: aaVs. 25 bales. Bt. Louis nominal, unchanged at 300c; sales nil. Hous ton steady, unchanged at 29 50c; sales. 2,469 bales. Dallas steady, 10 points lower at "24 esc: ssles. 3.9t2 bale. Weekly cotton figures of the New Tork Cotton Exchange follow: Into sight for the week 103,264 bale, against 204.833 last year; Into sight forvthe season 421,451. against 485.411 last year. General vlalbl supply supnly s.ra.eis, against s.ois.kj ia year: vm t rear! visible supply American 3.729,(19, against 1.894, KM last year: decrease In reneral risible for the week ico.119. agaiast an Increase tut rear of 29.09; docrease in American (2.119, against an increase of 43.029 last year. Spinners' takings of American for the week 1U.S33, arslait Itl.tM list sxsr. and for the season 904.714, against 738.911 last year. COTTON STATISTICS. Last Last year. 13.803 19.293 177,583 11,303 338.447 14.724 19.145 7,744 Testerdsy. week, .. 14,138 1,103 .. 1.724 200 Port recetata.. Exports Exports, teaaon New York stocks..., Port stock Interior receipts Interior shipments.. New York arrivals., K0.401 31.670 44.177 K.053 805.024 333.909 9.590 3,707 4.S00 5,745 2,313 3,49s urerpooi utDiea spot cotton, lair business doing at 25 points adranco for middling to bustde if.aaa. 0&104, o.uw;; American. s.ro, imports, 22,000; American, 12,000. Future opened quiet at a to 58 point advance: closed steady at a net advance ot 34 to 41 points. Septem ber. 18.37; October, 13.39; December, 13.34! January, 13.34d.; March, 18.2d.; "May, 14. led. Manchester Yarns, a fair business doing: cloth mov slowly. New Orleans Cotton Market. New Orleans, Sept 12. Advances were made by cotton In the early trad ing to-day as the result of the movement of the hurricane In the Gulf. The early rise carried prices 42 to E3 points higher than the close of yesterday, and the re action caused all of the gains to dis appear and put prices 10 to IS points tinder the finals of yesterday. The closet October, 2s.B5a; December, 28.5SO.I January, 28.60c; March, 28.60c; Uay, 28.'81c Spot steady and unchanged; middling, 20a Liverpool Cotton Statistics. Lrvrapooi,, Sept 12. Weekly cotton statistics: Imports 140,000 bales, Amer ican 110.000; stock 864,000, American S2T.O0O ; forwarded TT.000. American 68, 000 ; exports 800 ; sales 81,000, American 21.000; quantity afloat all kinds. 149, 000, American 04,000. YOUNG GERMANS MIGRATING. 450 Land In Argentina and 80,000 Are- Coins; to Haxloo. BtrcNos Atkes, Sept 11. Two steam ships, to-day brought 460 Grmanlmml tfli.uA to U.U twit Tue men were all young, robust and educated. The ma jority of them had contracted for em ployment in Argentina before leaving Germany. Mexico Cjtt, Bept. 11 Thirty thou- sand emigrants are prepared to leave rsormanv fnr M.in uermany for Mexico, according to Ar- thur von Magnus, representative ot the German Government here, who to-day renuett.l th Mlun r.,..i ,1 requestea tne Mexican Government to f urn nil him Information regarding Mexican labor conditions which would fr v.-u v Kowswa FUR PRICES STILL RISE. Jfesr Yorker Pny Hlth for Whits Fox at St. Louis. ' Special Dttpatch to Tb Sex, Sr. Louis, Sept. 12. Enormous sales aintlnued on flin Intrrnntlaruii Kttr J cnanffe, and up to o'clock tO'MBht the sales totalled over 15,500,000, with prices shortlne tm advance of from 10 per cent to 20 ger cent., mostly the higher 0 euro. This morning opened with (,000 whits fox. mostly Siberian. New Yorkers said the highest prices. The opening ptlcs mat J65 the pelt for a fair lot aimUifr, a Fifth avenue furrier, paid Ml and later ISO a piece for lots Of twenty-live large, fine pelt, rarls paid ITS and "T for choice Jots. Lots of stained pelts, stood for dyeing-, went from $10 to ISO each. Third and fourth erodes so d from 110 to HO, Offerings of 1,700 cross fox went quickly. Best dftrtti and silvery sold about last April, but pale skins not so ..-tl n.i. .. . ni.ia . I A iin, t. noli. Alia vpudiiiH U1U, 'f. CWU. . quickly run up to $101. The highest .juibiwjr full Ui w ftvai .11. pr.0 waa pM by waller Jaeckel of New York, who secured some very dark Silvery cross rox at 117S each. Official market quotations show white fox up 20 per cent, cross rox unchanged ; marten declined 10 per dent t Japanese fox and Japanese marten uncnangeat Japanese mink advanced ITU per cent I flying fox, up 20 per cent lied Cross Appropriation Larsrer. WASHiNOTdfc, Sept 12. Extension of relief activities In western nussta and the Baltic provinces has resulted In the American Bed Cross Increasing the ap propriation for Its commission In that region from 1370,000 to $500,000, It was announced to-day. Both Ksthonla and Lithuania will benefit MAIUN13 INTELLIGENCE. MINIATURE AU1ANAO. United states Coat end deodetie survey Standard Time. Sun rises. .....S4 AM Sun sets TlltPU Nltoon rim I:MI'U man wATzn nits dat. Sandy Hook M tit A M Gov. tnland.lt tit A It Hell Cat 11 lit A U - LOW WATER THIS DAT. Sandy Uook..4:24 AM Oat. Island.. 1ST All Hell Oats 4XAM ARRIVALS Fill DAY, BEPTEMBETi 13. Bs Adriatic. Southampton, Sept 3. Ms Aqultanla. Southampton. Sept . 8s Harlem, Bordeaux. Aw. 34. Bs West Shore, Brest A Of. 24. ESLakerllle, AntUla, Sept. 6, ss Sabtni Sun, Port Arthur, Sept 4. IS None. Antllla. Ss John Emery. Jacksonville, f Catena. Olhraltar, Aug. 81. Salts &' lulls. St Mich sets, Sept J. Sa AledO. Antwerp, Ant. 20. . Sa Trelyon. Shields, Aur. 27. 1 Ss Courageous, Urerpool, Aug. 24. Ha Paependr, Marseilles, Aug. 17, Sa Bmaratd, Kingston, Bept 4. Ba St. Francis, Santos, Aur, 20. Sa City ot Athuita, Savannah, Bept IS. Ss Oeorria, Philadelphia, Rep. 10. St Princess Anne, Norfolk. S LtonldM, Newport Ss L. J. Drake, Tort Arthur. ARRIVED FROM NEW TO UK. Ss Fort Riley, St Rotterdam. 8a Ctty of Bristol, at Bombay, Sa Pawnee, at Boston. Sa Royal George, at narre. Sa Germania, at Liverpool. SAILED FOR NEW TORE.. Ss Texaco, from Portland. 8t City ot Shanihal, from Boston. Ss Potycarp, from Liverpool. J3s Mlcblgsn, from London. Ss Sssaporack. from Shanghai. Ss Meteor, from Buenos Ayres. OUTQOINO 8TEAMSntPS. Mall Vesssl ClOSS. Sttl 830AM 13 MM 131AM 12 00 M 10OOAM 100PM 930AM 100PM La Bands, Havre Chicago. Bordeaux Kransrllle. Patras Taortnina, Naples , utrowiee. itamaurg., 00 A M 12 X) 11 I ake Coino. Puerto liarrlo7 30 A M 11 00 A M Puto,uchanna, Cape Town 12 00 M 3 00 P M Prs. der Necterlandeu, Paramaribo 9 00 A II 13 M it Rosalind. St Johns 730AM 1100AM San Juan. Sin Juan.... 8 so A M 12 00M Sunday. - Aran. Cristobal , liOOM Monday. Defiance, London Bristol, St. Lucia 12 00 M Florldlan, St. Thorn is.... 12 00 M u 04 M 3 oo p a 3 00 P M , Munplace. Nuavitas ... 12 00 M ... 12 MM I Santa Leonora; Cristobal Glenatlve. Montevideo... 3 00 PM Cuthbert, Victoria J 12 00 M. b ariium, -ara. u oo M Tuesday, West Tool, Antwerp IMAM 11 00 A M KdcrhlU, Pairs 10 00AM 100PM uirty iMa, uaxar.... l ra A u u 00 M Roma, Lisbon.. 10 30 A M I to F H Turrlalba, Klngttoa T00AM 10 00 A M iii.tsra, rara iwaii 12 CO II IKCOMIKO ETBAU8H1P8. Due To-dsy, S Oscar IL, Copenhagen, Aug, 2!. 8 Comal, Oalreslon, Kept. s. Ks Odrlc, LlTcrpool, Sept. 8. Ss France, Hsrre, Bept 4. s Ha llrandenburg, Bordeaux, Aug. 10. Bs VltniTla, Ardrossan, Aug. 8. Mt Catalonia. Cadlx, Aug. Is. Sa Lake Tulare. Barry. Aur. 14. I Ss San Marco. Oslreston. Aug. tf. 8 Oraos Dollar, Shields, Aug, 3C Ss American. Antwerp, Aug. 23. Ss Lyngenljord, Chrtattanla, Aug. 1. SS Tsmplco, t'rogreso, Aug. 37. Ms Wscouta. IUrsna, Sept. 3. Ra f.tte Alrsdn. Btntiago, Bept t, Ss Eur ana, Bordeaux. Aur. 30. s Nero, Bordeaux, Aug, 34. 8s Clan Rose, Aur. 37. a Nerus, Brast. Bept. L Bs Bultenaorr, Roturdam, Aur. 2s. Ss njornellord. Shields, Aur. 34. Ss City of Atlanta, Savannah, Spt 9. BaLenape, Jacksonville, Sept t. Due To-morrow. Ss Ohlan, St Nstslre, Sept a. 8s Belveder. Nsples, Aug. 27. Due Monday, Ss La Touralne, Havre, Sept 4. Ks Orduna, Liverpool, Sept. 3. Ss Antigone. Brest, Sept.4. . Ks Charybdis, Bermuda, Sipt, It, Ss Guiana, bt. Thomas, Sept, 8, Si Morro Castle, Havana, Bept IL Sa Crstlc, Liverpool, Sept, 6. Due Tuesday. Bs Ilergensf lord, Bergsn, Sept 4. Bs America, Brest, Sept. S. Ss Eastaruer, Burdesux, Sept 3. H Oskaloosa, Bordeaux, Sept. 3. Sa City ot St Louts, SaTacnah, Stpt. 13, TRANSATLANTIO MAILS, To-dsy, Oreec parcel post only, vis Patras, Ss. Eransvllle. 10 A. If, Krance, Belgium, Rumania, Bulgaria, Luxem' bnurg. Cxecho Sloraila, Jugo-Slsvls, Qerman, Amtris. Poland. Bwltierland, Italy. Snaln Greece, Portngal, Egypt. British India, British Bait Africa, unit, t.iurairar, ueyion, nirsiis Settlements and Persia, via Havre, 8s, urn tsrole, 8WO am. . . Franco (specially addretted only), via Bor rfiiY ; alia Dire! rxmt raalla for Franc. Al xtria. Corsica and Tunis, 8s, Chicago, 1:30 A. M. Gonssny (parcel post malls and spedsuy ad drctisd correspondrnca), via Hamburg. Ss. Ke ..wt a a. if Itsly (psrcsl post malls and specially dressed onrrtsporjdeno), via Nsplea and Of ad. eaoa, St. Taoruuna, :w a. u. Monday. South Africa, vU Cap Town : also parcel pott malls for Union et Booth Afrda, 8s. Sus- uurhanno, 12 M. Tuesday. n.ii,tm ami T.nemlionrff fnarcel Dost mf 11 .snd tpeolally addressed corre'poudence), via Aniwerr, os. nets s . a. Greece (parcel post malls only), via Patras, Bs. Bdcfhill. W A. M. Srnngal, (Jeinlila, Gold Coast, Lagoi and Belgian Congo, via Dakar, Bsthurst, Secconlee, Wlnnebah, Acera, Cotonou, Irfigos, Duola, Boms r-.i u. T 1t,.,rtw T.Ktiil. O A. 1. Axores Isiandi (Portugal must be' soertsllr addrettsd for despatch by this stsamsMp), via Ponta Dtlgada and LItlion: alto paroti pun malls for Axores and Portugal, Ss. ltotna, 10 :i A. M. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. 'the euuMUius uilt uiw At Catutal Pott Office and Cltr Hall Pott Oiftr station. New York, at 4 P. M., as follows: , Hawaii, Japan, Cores, Chlni, Siberia, Slam, Cochin China and Netherlands Cast Indies, Via San Francisco, Ss. Shlnyo Msru, Sept. 14 llanail. Japan, Cores, Chins smi .Siberia, via San Franclrco, Ss, Colombia, Sept, 15, Phllmnlnn ItlandM and Cochin Cnlna. vis Bsn Francisco, us. Colusa. September 16. . Japan. Cores. China. Sitvua. Hiam, Cochin uhtna. Netli-rlands lUi Indies and phllli. , pine ltlsuit. via Vsncouver and Victoria, , ' ,H IJoinress of japan. Sept. :o. 1 Islands, Srw Zealsnd ami Auttralla, rla Vsncouver mt Victoria, u. c. St. Niagara, seat, u Tahiti. Marqueaat, Conk Itlandt. New 7j- ilsn1 and tDecully aiMretted mall lor Am. luaUa, vU titJa JruaaUce. Ms. 'Xolua, SkUH. PDRCHASES IN WEEK DECLINE SLIGHTLY liotail Indebtedness Docs Not Incronso in Proportion to Baying. The Indebtedness of retailers to whole salers haa hbt Pncrwd In proportion to iiurutiawn mis wets, according , to tha I oredlt barometer of the CrWlii rearinh.x.. - . ... . sTmi.a "y!'nnfr, numuei 'iiobsrt .Oordon While PtrrchteMI held llteh Antln tl,L wecit mey mow a sirgnt aeciine from Ust week, owing to a slowing down of ouying in tne mast ana south agricul tural sections. Western buyers are shown to bo placing somo reorders, haw over. Taking the country as a whole, pur chases are Shown to have decrease! . pet- cent, as compared wltlt last week, inaeoieaness increasing .0 per cent and payment) decreased ,S per cent A similar comparison In the East section shows that purchases decreased per cent. Indebtedness decreased 2.S tier cent, and payments decreased 4.9 per 2 err Credit Buream sTormed. The foreign credit Interchan- hu. reau ot the National Association ot ureait Men, under the direct supervision ot a committee consisting of foreign credit managers located In the principal oxport centres) ot the country, will open on September 22 with a membership of Chicago Dry Goods Market. CIUCAOO, Sept i:. Iteports Issued by Marshall Field & CO. and Um John V. Farwell Company Indicate that there Is a good demand for merchandise in the local "Wholesale dry roods market Marshall Field & Co. state that trad ing was on a, much larger scale than dur ing the corresponding period last year, while orders from the road showed large gains aver tho same week ot Kit. It Is staled In both reports that col lections are satisfactory. Fall Illver ,1'rlce Irregular. FAtt. llrvE, Sept Is. Prices were very Irregular during the week in the local cloth market Buyers have been In active, which Is believed to be due to the presence still of a considerable quan tity of second hand goods In the Now Tork market at prices considerably leas than quotations here. Sates tor the week are estimated at ubout 45,000 pieces, largely for spot or nearby delivery. Little Demand for Yarns. Philadelphia, Sept 12. Turnover of cotton yarns In the local market again lapsed toward the vanishing point to day, wittt prices remalhlng firm for combed yarns and continuing soft for carded. The little demand reported was for combed yams. LoVfrell Workers Mny Strike. Lowr.LL. Mass.. Sent 12. Unless the strike ot tho stationary (lrcmen'of the cotton mills here, which now Is In Its eighth week. Is settled within a short time, It Is probable that a general strtko of mill Operatives will take 'place. Tlie Lowell Textile Council, composed of Unions affiliated with tho United Tex tile workers of America, has unani mously voted- to clvd the strongest pos sible support to tho strike of the fire men. Dry Good Export Mnrket Sonnd. Reporting on conditions In the 'dry good:) export market, Neuss, Heuslein & co., inc., state this week that duo to the continued weaknesa of raw cottons certain cotton fabricshcld by second hands have been available at lower prices, whllo first hands seo no occasion for a softer attitude." Colored piece goods, however, continue scarce and prices are being full maintained. It Is said. "Market conditions as a whole are sound and thero seems no reason to fear an extension of the weakness in cotton goods," the company states: Denies Airplane Linen Deal. J. H. Nixon, vice-president of the Nemours Trading Corporation, denied yesterday reports to the effect that the company waa interested In tho pur chase of 8,000,000 yards of airplane linen allocated to this country by Leonard E. Martin, who bought millions of yards of the material from tho British Govern ment The Nemours Corporation has about 2,000,000 yards of airplane fabric for merly owned by the United States Gov ernment Schedule In Itankraptcy, MAXIM CORPORATION Schedule of lUilro Corporation, ngagd In lbs busi ness of buying, selling and rportlnc msrchandla and machlntry, 130 Broad way. Liabilities, 11,294,012; assets, 315, 434. Ssourtd claims: Amsriean Exchange National Bank, 342.000; United Statea Cartridge Company, KS,54; Royal Dan ish Government, 3143,454; Oarfleld Na tional Dank, J19.750; J. D, Palmer, SIC 000; Starkweather A Shtplsy, 317,014, Unsecured claims: E. I. Du Pont de rvemours n. uo isz.oun; iavery M. Davis. 174.403; Durkln estate. 474,404; J, w. O. Ilannon, 441,043; Urnrga A, Osston, 432, 017: M. P. Burns, 321,474; M. J. Budlong. 410.000: It. B. Brown. 413.413: ltunkel Bros., $10,302: Engineering and Trading corporation, ii.u.sn; Jonn a. Crowley Company, S7,S; A. II.' Nilson Machine Company, 44,233; William T. Koch. 37, 157: Henry Kelly, Jr., 45,000; Jan Burlan, $7,337. Albert K. Newman, 43 Wall strest, is the attorney, JODOMKNTS. MANHATTAN. The following judgments wer niod yes- tsrday; the first nam Is that of the dsbtor: Aluminum Novelty Co., Inc. Slesel Spill Mfc. Co , $244.73 Brooks, B. New Western Co., Ino 701.93 Brown, Alfred a. E. L. Oeden.. 1S4.95 Belmont, Beo. IL National Ra diator Co .-. 1,212.41 Clark, Rosa T. II. Myers 249.92 Calcanslla, B and T, Casess ' 0 Psupls, AO 1,006.00 Csnroy, Winifred N. and Mildred C. Maspero 430.91 Dlbblt, Msrrltt Z. First National Bank of Evsrttt 414.51 Duross, Kathlssn Eagl Saving and Loan Co 10.43 Dsvsrsaux. Cha. A., Oeorc T, Montgomery, D, A. Doblem, E. W. Swsntssl and Frank O. Bowdtah J. S. Phillip 1.143.8S Ellwood, Edna O. 11. IL Blum. 141.44 Export Trading CorpT. B. Flnty ;.....--. (40.32 Everton. Nellie L., and Virginia II. Psndleton Acktr, Merrall & Condlt Co , 140 .30 Flllson. W. B., exr At N. Y. Savings Bank 3,437.93 Fobs, Humboldt L. J. Davis,... 1,945.72 Flnkelsteln. Benjamin W. A. Letts 102.42 Fuersleln. Jules, and Fldsllty and Casualty Co. of N. Y. People, Ao 1,400.00 Gillespie. Henry L. D. L. Mo- Carthy..!. 1.T30.34 Hsller, Julius B. S. Fslnbsrg. ... 445.20 Hlt'.s, ' Eaward Interhormiffh Rapid Transit Oo.i oo.tti HLdv Hallb, Michael O. and Joseph N, I. TV. Ooldbsrr 444.00 Isrssl, William (N, T. Jobbing Tfnu1 Ttutch & Co 1.492.23 Jacobson. Rosa I. Abrams et al. 4,109,33 Jacobs, David, and 'Fidelity and Cnsualty Co, ul N,- v. reopie, &p I 500.00 Klrshman. Abraham Encyclo- pul la lirltannica c-orp nt.it Knowles, Horace O. and Mary J, - -OiMienhelm. Collins A Co.... 490.20 Kaplltsky, Hyman M, 0 Pol- lard 1 1 2,450.17 I.owrv. Mlna C Talyo Trading Co.. Ino 144.47 Loubet, Francis P. Bncyclo- pit oia Bniasniaa- . Business Troubles. . I Huge Merger of German Industries Is Advocated A GREAT merger of all German Industries Into nn "Imperial Association of German Indus try" for the Impending economic struggle ts being advocated by the leading organisations In the business world In that country, according td extracts from the Oficial Oatettt ot the Lelpslo Fair. Alt phases ot Industry would be represented, and the rural and agri cultural associations would have to act through the Imperial Association. I Mnhl.',l... "ikliitiiHAl'Ml 144.20 uros...,, 3,111. Malknon, Adle-I. E. (Dates et al iot.0 Vnvar. John li Ma lit is aiayer -catnarin li. u C. Bchmtd ii..,.......,,.,,,...., nostra, Howard tont Lswls, Inc. Rose. . Samuel Massachusetts Bonding A Int, Co... nosensteln, Baul Rhode Island Cotton Yarn Co., lno.it.,,,,.. SChwartebach, Solomon,, and Jo- senn ecnwansM. Friedman.. Bhufre. Nathan and Louis Peo ple, Ao. Turkln, 8am ft. gussmkn.,.,.., Tansky A Bmlth Local Express, Inc. -a Yatio et at.,., Trjeet Huntington D. Riley, wood A I'ms, Ine, -i ........ , Walworth Bros (a foreign corp.) T. p, McKenna,,..,, William, John T.Zourt Drawn Mttals Co..,,,.,.,.....,,...,. 1,405,11 The first name Is that Ot the.dettorl t!mtr. rtlto EA. P. Bmlth 144.13 41.33 14.32 Cooney, Michael J. B. J. Doolan Dolan, James SI. C. podvln.,., Mahhattan Dsking Co. People State ct N. Y. ...... i. ........ O'Toole, Eugsne P. CRoutke.. fl.OO 214.13 8ATISIIKD JCUOMfeNTS. , Manhattan. a The first nam Is that ot 0t debtor! the second that ot Ins creditor ahd dat when Judgmint waa niedt BVrrelt, Wm., M., ofes. P. J. Mo . x , Ardtei May 14, 1)11.,..,,....,, ,10.4t Aahley, Eugene, and Martin H. tfcnrenaeisen u. Trimmer t Bona, inc.i Nov. 11..,...,... Barrttt, Wm. M., prta. L. W, Elyi Juns 10, 117. i,. ,i, Helletmah, Moses, and Pauley Matel M. flelleri April IT, ltli Papasslmahea, John K--N, Y. Tele phone Co.tI4ov.rtt; 1111....,,. Wisser,lioUU--L. Wagnsri Aug. Lederer, Irving R., and Alexander l33.IT 3U.M 212.44 IK. M 315.41 lioDiisoneK tv. it, jouey et ai. Marcn s, Jit icanceieai,,, Williams, bah. and Jama T.T1S.14 Thomas People, 0. April It, lilt .(eaneellsd) . .......... i . , rinkelday. Chris . H. bolabd et al.i beo. il, lilt..,. ,. Leller. Simon, and Sam . Harts. band I. Taubcrt March Is, till BnoNX. Llnder, AAhle, and D. A A., Realty corpn. A. serolat .Sept. 4, HIT. 144.40 44t.ll 112.11 Ul.ll 11. lil ...i... ....... ili.it -I- Police Department , Orders The following appointment la Ordered! A3 PROBATIONARY PATROLMAN. To take effect September 11. John J. Clancy, No. 421, assigned to Headquarters Dlv., training school. The following transfers and assignments are ordered: LIEUTENANTS. To take effect 8 A. M. September 12. Wlllard Miller, from Slst Prec to 14th Insp. Dlst.. assigned to desk duty. James M. Walsh, from 14th lnsp. Dlst. to 01st Prec. PATROLMEN. ( To take effect 12:01 A. M. . Septem ber IL . James D. Farrell, from Dlv. National Defence (special war roll) to 25th Prec, Indefinite leave of absence it hereby re voked. To take effect 4 A. M. September 13. Hairy Yarrtngton, 82d Prec, assigned to duty at IClngs County Hospital. TEMPORARY ASSIGNMENTS. " INSPECTORS. William F. Fennelly. 2d Insp. Dlst., in charge of 8th Insp. Dlst.. In addition to his other duties, (or 0 days from 8 A, M. September 10, during absence ot Inspector on vacation. , Charlts A. FUrmosa, iSth Insp, Dlst, In charge of 11th Insp. Dlst, In addition to his other duties, for U days from 8 A. M. September 15, during1 absence of Inspector on vacation. SUROEONS. Mark Williams, Bth Surgical Dlst, In eharg ot 4th Surgical Diet, In addition to his own. for 2 days from 12 P. M. Sep tember 13, during absence ot surgeon on vacation. Augustus II. Brown. 10th Surgical Dlst, In charge of 17th Surgical Dlst.. In addi tion to his own, for 14 days from 0 P. M. September 12, during absenc of surgeon on, vacation. PATROLMEN. George A. Dengle 25th Prec. assigned to clerical .duty for 15 days from S A. M. September 10. William Cullen, 83d Prsc. to Marine Dir., to duty at Rtvsrslde Hospital, North Brother Island, guarding drug addicts from 8 A. M. Beptember 12 to 12 P. M. .December 81, 1 For IS days from 8 A. M. September 1C, 1419. v From precincts indicated to Head quarters Dlv., to clerical duty In offlc of the Third Donuty Commissioner. Harvey XX. Kennedy, Tt; Simon P, Am brat. 43. i From precincts indicated to Head quarters Dir., to duty In Division of iRe palrs. Benedlx Wllktns, 39; Edward F. Oxab, 44: Roland Osterhau. 44. From precinctsi Indicated to Sixth Insp, Dlst, to duty in front of allsged dla-1 orderly hotels: jonn b. uotrnous. is: jrann Bnoemaicer, 35: Frederick Wottrlch. 34: George B. Pa ters, s)FTanK Adam. 7 Thomas nanra. han. 37: Mtchal MeOulrk. 38: Peter F. Rellly, 38: John J. Qarrlgan, 42! Thomas uaaigan, i. ASSIGNMENT DISCONTIJOTETJ. PATROLMAN. Thomas Clanley. 103d Prec, to Marine Dlv., to duty at Riverside Hospital, North urotner isiana, guarmnr urug addiots, from 8 A. M. Beptember It. 1(19. The following leaves of absenc ar au- inorissa: WITH FULL PAY. INSPECTORS. Georg C. Llebers. 9th Insp. Dlst. for 3 days from 8 A. M. Beptember 14, 1911, to be deducted from vacation. Ssmuol MoElroy, llth Insp, Dlst, for t days from 8 A. M. Beptember 18, 1919, to b deducted from vacntlon. SURGEONS. Danitl J. Donovan, 4th Surgical Dlst, for 2 days from 12 P. M. September 13, 1919, to be deducted from vacation. Phtllp F. O'lUnlon, 17th BurslcaJ Dlst.. for 14 days from 8 P. M September 12, 1919, to b deducted from vacation. Without pay: TATROLMEN. Henry C. HsKens, 15th Prec, for 2 day from 4 P. M. September 23. 1919. John .Larkln, 44th Prec, for T day from 8 A. M. September li. l&K Michael Kennedy, 73d Prec, for 1 day from 4 P. M. September 1, 1919. Paul A. Hennessy, 79th Prec. for 1 day from 12:01 A. M. September 11. 1919, NathSn pscktns, 83d Prec, for 1 day from 4 P. M., Beptember 18, 1918. ConstanUn Ballweg, 7th Prec, -for 1 day from 13:01 A. it, September 11, 1919, Ferdinand Landmann, 105th Prec, for 5 days from 8 A. It. September 25, 1919. Alfred Brlcker, 123d Prec, for 1 day from 12:01 A. M. Peptemher 15, 1919, Relieved from suspension and restored to duty: ' PATROLMAN. To take effeot 4:68 A. M., September S, 1919. Jeremiah C. Sullivan, Shield No. 5441 2tth Prec Th following application for full pay whllo under suspension is approved: ' PATROLMAN,. Valentine O'Toole, 92d Prec, from 11.40 A M., May 3,, 1919. to 4 P. dr., Jhly 14. Amendment I So much of paragraph 2 of Spsclal Order 208, c s. as discontinues the tsm- Sorary asstgnrmmt of Camp Fir Mssttngs, ptsdway Park, ehtepshsad Bay, Patrol man Frederick Breves. 105th 'Prec. Is amended to read 14th Prsc Tire f9ltowl"j ltill l resorted: SERGEANT. -Joint J, Dsnnln, Shield No. 130, (1st Prec., died at hi retldtnoe, tit 'East 168th street. The Bronx, at 2:40 V. M., September 10, 1919. Funeral from his late residence, 575 East ISSth street. The iiiunA, ,u.-u a. xi.. oepicnruer is, 1V19. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Liner Ha Only Sis I'osaeiiKer. The Lloyd-Sabaudo liner P,e d'ltalla arrived here yesterday from Mediter ranean ports bringing only six pis sangers. The small list waa due tc Italian restrictions on passports. The ship alw teought a rgo of Unoes. I BROOKLYN CONCERN FAILS. fenbonrfl Brass Foundries, Inc., ' Aslta llecelverahip. A voluntary petition In bankruptcy was filed in the Federal Court, Brooklyn, to-day by the Seaboard Ilrass Foundries, Inc. Judge Manton appointed Thomas U. irelaef of 100 Uroadway, Manhattan, receiver. The concern manufactures braes, cop per and other castings and conducts ft foundry at 48 to 00 Seabring street .Brooklyn. The liabilities are 167,749,11, and assets 120.380.22. William n. arnce Company Is among the creditors. CQURT CALENDARS. Supreme Court. APPELLATE DIVtSlON-Reces. Bupreme Court. SPECIAL TERM PART II.-Deforo Wagner, J. Court epens at 10 do A. M. sx part matters. Surrogate's Court. CHAMRERS Before Fewltf, 8.At 10) A. M, No day calendtr. City Canrt. SPECIAL TERM-l,ART It. llefor Meyer, J. Court epens St.dO A. M. Ex pitt mtt lere at 10 :M A. M. BRONX COUNTY. Stipirm Court. SPECIAL TERM (Chambcrt)'-IDefore Tlerney, J.-Court opens st 10 A. M. Si parts business. Snrrogate's Court CHAMRBRS Before Bchuls, 8. Ex. ptH butlnesa , County Court. SPECIAL TERM tChsmbersl-Defor Qlbb. J Ex psrte business. -ra8TBtJCT10!. BOTH AND YOUNO MEN. Berkeley -Irving SCHOOL for BOYS 311 West Eighty-third Street An Ideal tdotl ttfihk tc id txfll tttrg txptttattoh anJ ittin ' PURRICULUM of the highet 4tandard with individual instruc tion in courtet ranging from primary to college entrtnee. No home study for young boys. Boyi 4uccetifully taught for 39 yeut. Only private school with 4wimming pool, gymnasium and roof play, grounds on the premltet, SpofU that develop tha boy mentally and phyiieally. Prtpar&tion for Weit Point and Annapolit. Superviiion front 8:30 A. M. to 5 P. M., Ifdesired. SCHOOL OPENS SEPT. 20 Illustrated Catalog on retutst LOUIS D. RAY. Ph. D Headmaster TELEPHONE SCHUYLER 4830 Dr. Day Now at school Mornings. COLUMBIA GRAMMAR EEEE1SCHOOL S, J tt 9 IV. 83d St. Reopens Sept. 24. Fireproof Bulldlor. Boys prepared for Co I vim bis, Cornell, llsrrard, Princeton, Isle snd omer colleges. Anprerea By ItetenH. Uuslnw Course. Friasry Cissses. Milltsry Drill. Qjrm, nsslnm. risymmsd. Tel. 4747 niter. It a Cotlf prtptrilonr School 4ii4 siruni r 'limirrtnd Junior MoHssrn u-hrol Collcniate arader. Duiidinr. Large Orrana turn. Military Drill and SupfrvUed Athletic. Afternoon outtng dtiiet. t4M W.irth SLUM Tort SchOOl Boys TnmUA 1111 itlndcsr btctnsStpt 301ft A T Wurt, Ha4nt4rttr Hamilton Institute for Boys 898 W. E. Are., ror. 89lh St. JITH TEA P. riEOlNS OCT. 2D. From Primary to Collere. School certlncate admits to collets. Send for Catnip. Tel. 6S01 niver. N. Archibald Shaw, Principal The Mercersburg Academy FOB DOTS Mercerskurs, r. r Send for catalogue to tTm. Munn Irvine, Pli. li.. VU D Ilradmastrr. Itox 141 Th New Georgetown lrrparatorT SehooL Osrrett Psrk, Mil. Jesuit System ot Education. New bnlMlnis. 80 acr campus. Cstalosue. ST. JOHN'S rHKPAIl.LTOIir HOtnni. Danters. Mass. The lcirtlnc Catholic lilt School of New England. Catalog- on rsqueet. Pennsylvania .Military College etth year. Catalog on request llox 494. Chester. Pa CIBL8 AND YOUNU WOMEN. The Gardner School for Girls 11 East Slst Street New Tork City Boarding and Day School. Primary to Post-Oraduate, College Prepara tory, Academlo and Secretarial Couraes. Music Outdoor Athletics. 62d Year Ileglns October 1st, 1919 Hamilton Institute for Girls Blverslde Drlte and 90th St, lTth year. College entrance. Special courses. Classes limited to ten. Large gymnasium. Swimming. Tennis. Outdoor classes for little ones. MRS. N. ARCHIBALD SHAW, Founder and Principal. RIVERSIDE SCHOOL 474 WEST END AVE. (At 104D ST.) For Girls. Kindergarten, Elementary, Hltfi School. Cstslogne. Telephone ltiTeslil MJ. 110T1I SEXES. "The Short Cut to Big Pay" a helpful new free booklet for arery ambl t J oiis Touni? pcraon. eurptUlnxtuccMi a to ri ca of men and women who bifn as Stenoj- rapnera. n x suormanu u xne open roaa to IIliT Thlrurs. Till IL PJITI VO i get & school. THOltuuuil course at & reliable HOW to avoJd mtvllocre noaltloas and tV ar nuv to ma ce sure mil you are miea ifrrapmc uticcrwi. jiu.y you' may lay your courve for the harbor of nun Kmciency ana a tooa job at biff day. Met xiu oooKifc once. No rliargn. No obligation. Your cop is waiting. Just address 12MSt.&UnoxAre. IVe" York Cltr WVOMINO SEMINARY-A'co-eaucational school. College preparation, liuslness, Musis, Art. Oratory and Domestic Arts and d Athi.tiofleid'.. iith'r.r."Tnd"w.d low ratee. Catalog. L. L. SPRAQUE, SURROOATE'.t NOTICE. SANDERS, HENRT In pursuance of aa rder uf Honorable John P. Cohalan, a Sur rogata of tha County of New Tork, notice Is hereby given to all persons hating claims ogslnst Henry Banders, lata ot th County of New Tork, deceased, ts prsssnt the ssme, with vouchers thereof, to th subscriber, at her place of transact. Ing business, the ofnes af her attornsys. Stanchnald A Levy, No. 1:0 Broadway, Manhattan, In the City of Nsw Tork, n r Vefor th ::th day cf Sistembsr nsit. Dated, New York, the 0th day ot March. 1414. BERTHA SANDERS, Esscutrlx7 TANCH FIELD LXVr. Attornsys for xscuUlx. 114 Broadway, Manhattan. N. T, LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS, L08T On or after May e, 1918, Interest pass book or this 'bank. No. K.1301, in the name ot David Simon; all persons are warned against receiving said book or value. FOB MALE. DIAMONDS bourht. sold, for cash only. Es- tatrs oousni in.ntit.TA, us ti wir tunstairst HIT Indian Motorcvcls. with OU Sunday naralno ilipr, 404 , P c . Autumn On 1 the Hudson When soft September days suggest the outdoors it is time to break away for a refreshing sail up the Hudson. You can go Saturday, Sunday or any week' day. The, river is now at its best. Spacious steamers of the Day Line offer every facility and comfort They are "built exclusively for passenger ser vice. Steam-heated when the weather grows cool. Music and restaurant on each. ATTRACTIVE ONE-DAY OUTINGS "Washington Irving" "Hendrick Hudson" TnnOCOH STEAMER leave Deabi lAlwltt.l.a B klft A ..a W- Ark, , . I A. era, 0:fio A.M., fur tiletr Mountain. CaUlcUl, Hudson and Albany. POUplIKKEPSlE STEAMER leaver Dcabmne St.. to Beptember 14 Inclusive, 10,-Oq A. M,l W. 4Hd St.. 10 ZO A. Mil W. 12Bth St., 10:40 A. M.I Yonkers. ,11:10 Ap Mforllear Mountain, tWe Point (exc. Sunday), tOornwall. fNewburgh and .On Saturday afternoon Steamer leave Desbronses St., 1140: W. 4Jd St.. 8rtt W. 129th St., B.20j Vonkers, 2US0 P. M., for fBear Mountata, f West Point. Cornwall, New burgh and louitlilreepste. tlleturn steamer same day from point marked f All- through rati ticket between New York and Albany ac cepted. Direct rail connections to all points North, East and West. Hudson. River Day Line Deebrosses St. Pier. Tel. The Ideal Trip Saturday Afternoon To West Point or Newburgh Comfortable Str. HOMER ItAMSDELL leaves Franklin r!t. 1 P. M.. W. 12uth St., 1:30 P. M.. for West Point. Newburgh. PoughlcFepsle, Klruston. Music. Res taurant. Tho palatial 1IENJ. II. ODELI. Irares Weat Point 7 P. M. for return to New York. Also Str. PODGHKEEPSIE leaTfs Frank lin St. 2:30 P. M., W. 123th St.. 3 P. St.. for Newburgh, Poughkeepslo, Kingston. Doth steamers offer an Ideal afternoon on tho Hudson nncl connect with return steamer I1ENJ.U. OI1EI.I, to New York same day. CENTRAL HUDSON LINE . M iWl '1 'HlJM Ni.il VH Sally sailings from Pier it, N. H.. foot Canal St. Psople's Line dally 4 P. M, Night Express Line, weekdays 7 P. 1U Sundays and holldaya 9 P M West 112nd SL (all steamers) half hour later. D Albany 4 o'clock followlnc morning. DIrett rail connections at Albany to alt points north, east and west. Phone Canal 4000. KTiire Frrleht Perrle. Antno Cirrtert. HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY AUTUMN SUNDAYS $ ON THE HUDSON 1 STR. "BENJ. B. ODELL" leave Franklin St.. rain or shine. OA. M.. W. 139 At. 9:80 A. M. Newburgh and Beacon, Jl; Poujrh. kropsle, I.80. Round Trips. Music Itrstaurant. Lunchroom CENTRAL HUDSON LINE NO TRIPS TODAY. SEPT. 13 "Mandalay" Last Trips of Season, Sun., Sept. 14, Leaving BATTERY PIER, N. Y. at 9:30 A. M.. 1:30 and 8 P. M. FoTXTLANTIC HIGHUNDSf'tfwi; Returning I.ts. 11 A. M., S. 0:15 P. Telephones Brnad 1633-IS8S. M. 5Fron tcambotnt o CONEY ISLAND To-day, September 13th ONLY Leave Pier 1 North R!vrx ONLY 2iC0, 4)15, 630 and 8 30 P. M. tve. CONEY, JllO. BiiS, 7tSO, Ol43 1. M. Final Trips of Season NO SERVICE on SUNDAY, Sept. 14. THE PU11UC DE PLEASED." -a Ot li H II I A I I I (kl tf- L,U LUI1IUL LI l J" mns $4.40 PtlOVIDENCE DIHECT BOAT S197 All Outside Staterooms, 41.04 to $3.24 Above Prices ncltultiWar Tax. Dost leavea Pier 41. North Rlvar. Dally and Sunday, at 5:10 p. M. I'tione nprlng D4DI. BOSTON Worcester. Sl.lS:IrnvldenpM fllrt t ?o bTATEHOOMS, $1.08, 41.03 unit tt.l. Dally, Including Sundar. 4:20 P. M. From Pler U. B.R Phone 700 Ileskmaa Tlekets t Pier or (YinMlitatei ticket nmr WEEKDAY and SUNDAY TRIPS to EAR MOUNTAIN '45 MILES ill CP THE HUDSON. Slr."Grand Renublic".1;. Jl"""? .Pr. 4ILHIC. DANCINI1. ltI-iriipKilMivra ROUND TRIP-Weekdays 5Sc. Children JOc, Bun. 4lc. Children 65c. (Including War Tax.l Hear Mountain Line. Tel.UowlIn Green 783a IviETROROLITAN LlMf TO BOSTON Aiw.y0.Y"I-.bfwoVfiu, VJA QAH-CUL CANAL DiyUoKt lArokfA I A Canal botfi uan 1st" Plsr II, Foot ot Murray St.. Dal! I Sundays Included) at 4144 p. M. Far 41 41 Tlsksts and iBforxuatloa r-t wharf. TaL Barslar 4404, SIGHT CEEING YACHTS , "iourist""rlalcjon" Around N.Y Lv.Bsttsry Pier Dslly.U :S0, ino. Tsi.Brosd sin To Ssndy llook tc 0.'an. 1 :X. lut. shout 5:io! FALL RIVER LINE to Hoeton. Strs. Lv. Pier It. N. R.. 5:30 p. m. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMACE. WANTED Position as cnaperona or companion to young lady or elderly Hereon by woman of reflnamentj parties travelling for winter preferred, either in Am.ri.. 53 r 1 ntmieiT abroad; references. Address, Car Tudor "'!""', Hall, Apartment 101, Massachusetts Ave sidecar, and Tenth St., N. W., Washington. D ?L I A, HklUrs, Ann A. Bsaoh,' ""ion, u. c. Tftgi "Robert Fulton" "Albany" rone 84. dstly. Inducting Sunday, to October SflO A. M.i West 129th Bt , B:SO A, M.tYott- tNenburgh. tl'oustikeepele, Kind ton Point, Canal 9300. New York. I Passenger and Freight Brsle NhW YORK to' LIVERPOOL Aquitania Sept. IS Orduna Sept. 23 Carmania Oct. 4 Orduna Oct. 28 Carmania Nov. tt Orduna Nov. 29 NtW YORK to CHERBOURG sad SOUTHAMPTON Mauritania Oct. 2 Mauretanla Oct. 28 Mauretania Nov. 22 NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH, HAVRE tnd SOUTHAMPTON Roval Georce Oct. 4 Royal George No. 1 Royal George Nov. 29 NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH & CHERBOURG Caronia .Sept. 27 Caronia Nov. 1 NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH. HAVRE and LONDON Saxonia .Oct. 16 Saxonia Nov. 18 NEW YORK to GLASGOW Columbia Oct. 4 Columbia Nor. 1 bOSTON to GLASGOW Elysia Sept. 24 Scindia Sept. 30 21-tl STATE STREET. NEW YOUK INTERNATIONAL MERCANTILE MARINE LINES AMERICAN BLACK SCA SERVICE . Y. CONSTANTINOPLE CONSTANZA Black Arrow Sept. 25 nirrllent Accommodation for First Class Passenrer. Rates on Application. PHILADELPHIA LI VEKr 0 JL Haverford . . ..Sept. 30 WHITE STAR N. Y. CHERBOURG SOUTHAMPTON Adriatic. . 2 P. M., Sept. 20, Oct. 25 Lpland 1 P. M., Oct. 4, Nov. 8 NEW YORK LIVERPOOL C,edr': 3 P. M., Sept. 20 v,c'"" 2 P.M., Sept. 23 First Class 4150 and upward Ba'Hc Oct. 8 NEW YORK AZORES GIBRALTAR NAPLES GENOA C"Hc .3 P. M., Sept. 24 Offices. 9 Broadway - New York COASTWISE Sli AMBIlU- l.l.N ErFor aU .SP.i 80S1.th'..,ol.tl. dominion. Savannah. " 1 "n!.rr5.r. '""!".' in- :r.,..r"". "" c. .uiiamta I ticket omcss or Companies' oltlce. LANI)INA1A.N AMERICAN LINE. en mark. Norway. Swetien. faenger Ufne. I nroaaivay. N. T. N. Y. direct to OOTltEMlURu. SWEDEN SWEDISH AMERICAN LINE. 24 T StSt" all Uiwtrel-Uyrpool and aneousr OrlenL Ban. Paculo Oosau berries. Ltd.. 1331 iwsy JLP WANTE1 FE MA I.E. STENOGRAPHER with good" buslns. experience. Apply JOSEPH BLIAS co 630 Jackson Ave.. U I. C. HELP WANTED MALE. Auto School WEST SIDE Y. M. C A. to school. Telephone Columirit! 315 W. Cith St. '.tm. Bridal classes ladle. UUY as mssiengsr, business offlc dow'n. town newspapsr; day work; 19 to start Apply between A. M. and 4 p. M c. n LoaEE. Olobe. 74 Dey St. ' ' LEARN TO 1JE a CIIAUFFfitlHi.i...- ant, prontable work, day nri ..r.. , classes. Send tor free booklet ami nil vsntng WEST S1DH T. M. C. A.. Ill West TllE sT I l.rn Mnotrp opsratlng; pays SM00 yearly; cost 1140. day. evening Established 11 years. DmplrM School, ill E..t ""MOULDERS lor slsani and hot water house heating hollers, sir rtnii... .w5?p ADtllv ARRAM COV STflvr- r.r "rT" American snd Dauphin Streets, I'hlla.. WANTED First class j-,. . . . . -. .uri inoutuer tor 1'iasier and Iron orn.mnt tWlld,l:.:A$H ca' " lluntlng MAN a butler. Ac: wlf., chamber assistant laundress; Westchester maid, county. Apply by isttsr, A. c, KINO, iti sth IBrrUATlONB WANTED MALE. CARPENTER takes all kinds worki rs pair houses by day or contract snywhero W1I.KS. 528 Hudson St.. City. Anwnero- '" C li A V K F E L 1 1 , married. ryt7o"r""sr"e"xpe7i: nce, wishes private position: good refer, ences; answer by mall, TRAEdElt, j j . 155th N'HlHT WA1CHMAN Wlsh7s "posltlun JOHN WALTER 117 1st Av. ,0,ll,un- Holland, 1 ranch, English lansuages fluentlv would like position with ainoeiinV :n."y' Fr?Ii,1rt,,-onffrn' .'nvoltL,' e,Prt r corre. tTCMMKR RESORTa, NEW ENGLAND, I Gh9 rn A ..a v N Autumn Is The Tourin ( Season rUN A T It O 0 4 A li ,,? Tiinotmii NEW ksiYam", aj-'ft?' WONDERLAND A Will MolntFiU0 LAKES AND SKA COAST OP lvr!?A FOREST OI.AD IIILI.S Il.Vt r taISJ ON TllFn, I1RII.I.IANT sCAmri 0CT'oAnaKit. ,N ""h! DOLT LINKS AT EVERY POINT Illustrated Route Book or Irs'e i. Hotel Elton 'atetbnry.Cem ' HEW TOBB llronrtins. It cTAi 2 V"J!5"f 'rm "'and 'CnttiL 40 electric trains dally, at, riS venlsnces In the country o?i Orill- Tennis - slddl? He? Dally eoncerts-Daneinr. IlOTKl. CRAMATtw Mwrenre Psfk. Bronrviii. w NHW JKBSEY Atlantis lCatliroii9raii;iiii Tll LEADING WESORT BOUSE OFTHEWOaUl ATLANTIC CITY N J health ia errtcicNcv A CetmUIJe Cllmite sod Clem Street v (4 No Dolt No Dirt. Isntmerihle Ouiiow Rstifstloni tnl Indoor Entertslns.-Uu OwaershipMsnlrement Joilih WsiisuSoBiCo. UNCLAI)1ED DANR DEPOSIli; nZstoig BANKERS TRUST COMPANY. New York City, on the first dsy of i 1019, mad In accordance with Ttho nroVffli or the Banking Lew, Sections m anfjw Full name of depositor or shareholder, l'ut known residence or Post offlco sddVwi deiweltor or shareholder, date of 1glS d2 . posit, amount of deposit: Ahrens. D. J.. 1300 .n,'wlCv.N' V ' - Nov, 25, I&S3 Alien, wm. P., Trustee Victor Lltho. Co.. un known , Before Uterstsdt, A.. Dec'd., 1908 7 ) U271 B-way. N. Y. p. .Oct. 10. 1002 Drown, Koblm A Ray. Truatoo, care of O, C. Kobbo, 44 Wall St., tS'PfJ3' v ; ; Apr- ,sss Blrsfelder, J. J Ad ministrator, 24S W. 2Sth 84.'. Y. ... Sept. 14, 1&9J Central Fuel Oil Co.. 464.SJ M.7I 50.ee 37 Wall St.. N. Y. O. . Aug. 7. 1910 Clymer. Est. M.. 65 XV. 3RthVSt.. N. Y. O June 2S, 1903 Colonial Club (Coupon V7M A-cl. cam of A. P. . , Meaman.u- 00 way, N. Y. O Dec. 30. 1891 Covington & Macon R. 4S0U R. (Coupon A-c), un known Apr. I, 1912 9&M Gilbert, Est. Lewis D.. Fred Fisher, Burr. Exec.. 122 W. 2Sd St.. Glllnndor, A. T.. Excr. J. W. Gray. 2 Nassau St.. N. Y. C3 . , Mar. 27. 1S01 Orant Mlnln? Mfg. Co. 111,71 (Btocitnoiacrs unimown to Itecelrer, payable upon surrender ot stock), unknown An, a. iras 911 qi Oomes, Adelade, Aomx. list. ni. At. O'Cefo. 23 W. 110th St.. N.Y. (J Anr. 2, 1806 230.03 Grwn River Cool A Coke Co. (Coupon A-c) Seattle. Washington. .Jan. Guy. John. 1M W. 33th 2. 1S01 55.75 St . N. Y. C Nor. 5 .V 1 l lOiiaa Henrico It. R. Co., un known. . . D. 1 1KR.-. Jl 1.1,1 Horsemen's Protective Ass 11, Townsond llldg.. B'way 4; 25th Sl-.N.Y.C Hpnt.5 IR07 0 uuicjiirs. j(. 11., nccr. LaminnM Bros. & Co., M William St.. N.Y.CNov. 11. loai 5S5.M Knox, W. II. , 12 44 D'war. N. Y. C JIsv S. 180.1 iJ.H Lewis, Lucy W,, Ips wich. Mum Oct. 13. 1S37 75.41 MotroDolttan Concert (?o.,unkunwn.. Unknown 455 Miller, Est. Alex. Mm. Mary Ella Miller. Admx.. Fidelity Dep. .Co. ofMd Aug. e, 1911 100.11 Murphy. Jane. Gdn., 5i0 Summit Av., Jer sey City Apr. 8,1693 81.73 Matz, Anton, Trustee, 675 8th Ave.. City .. . Unknown 3J4.00 O'Connor, Jos., un known Unknown 9W5 O'Dell, Geo. W.. Comm., Cordnlla O'.Nrll. 34H W.2MhSt..N. y.C. Oct. 9 1S96 90.U O'Noil!, Ilrldgot, Admt. O; Nolan, 250 W. 33tll St.. N. Y. U . Mch in. 1ST' Quantmoyer & Co, 015 0th Ave.. N. Y. O .. Unknonn 9S.55 Randall. Itobt. P., Hoc. Max I'laatckl i Co.. SO B'way, N. Y. O... Apr. 20. 1913 Richmond Brick A Tile Co.. Cataret, N. J . Oct. 4,1900 Rogers. J. B., Treas., Patoraon, N". J Feb. 14, 1901 Kowan, It, II., un known Bo.'oro Apr. 1913 Sanford & Lake KuMls R. R. Co. (Coupon A-c). Jacksonville. FlaMar. 8, 1890 San Joaquin Eluc. Co. (Coupon A-c), un known Unknown 3chlttenht,lm, Wm., Adm, Colla Schltton helm, 432 E. Oth St.. N. Y. O May 13. 1901 Smith. Est. J. II., 415 Lenox Ave., NT. Y. C .Oct. 2S, 1903 Smtth. Sally Barnrw. unknown . . . Before Dec lH Stanton, 8. F Trustee. 60 Pino St.. N. Y.C. Dec r. 1S90 Sullivan Co. Club (Int. Ji Coupon A-c), un known . . Mr. 22 100" 802' 55.11 S7JJ 233.50 S1.7I 49 D7 50.S4 :9.49 67 W 76.M SJ 01 Talor, Ellsworth I... Aum, r.st. j. 11. ra lor, Salisbury .Mills. Orange Co., N. Y. . . Jan. is. IV s Van lluzer, 11. I).. A S. O, Lockwood, As- Icn. nnbnim-n Anr I 191 i (7 24 i"ilr Warrior Coal Field R. H. JCo., 501 I.anilalo Illdg., Duluth.Mtnn .Unknown Welsh, J. A..' Assignee A. Miller. 120 Broad way, N. Y, C Apr. I li" Weltrjer, Ignatius, As- ateneo J. II. stiier. 20 B'way. N. Y. C . Nov t lo')' Wenchmann & Wlech- ers. 411 Oth Ar., N. Y. O , ... l,uliiio"o "Whitney Co. Bond PurUiase Account," 3') 11 mail St.. K V C Oct 21 I'"1, ,1 Si I'- 31 Winston. Frcilk J . Tr of (ilash fc Ijisk. 4SU 5th AW.. N. Y.C. . Apr 19 ' ' " Statoof New York. County uf ,r , li. w. j(NEr, Mco-rrtwiomi' - -HENDEItHON. AaiMant Ti.-a '' 09 Bankers Trust Comnany. a i" ' r . locateK and doing buslni In i h, ' York, In said county. Iwlcg di "" ' J fbr hlniMilf, sajs that tho fores t e I' " ftill. true anil cornvt slaton .' i claimed dejKyilts. dividends. aii Bankers Trust Coiupany ma J' rovlslnns of S.cs I i ' 1 Oh.,,t.r3B0 of thH iiankinn i the books of said Trust t'otnt ,n th' Sret div of Alifriikt. II. W. JONKS.VIre-PrMld' W. A. HENDERSON. Severally subscribed and n ponouts tho uth day of Suptwni, AHTIU'It E M Sel or Notary I ' llront County (Vrtlflcai. ' (if I'L ui,ii.,i ' 1 Uv th. trvlor Savlnas (.'nam' ers ti , r.ew iotk Accounts not crevlously known residence, publish with Nsw York Stats Ba -tlon 271. chspter Jkh Augustus I. Molkr. It Brooklyn. N. Y. R P. Wortendyke, Ent Jams II. Johnson, B Jchn Ur3rsrr.an. t"?r' Isaac Vatlderpoel, 23u e I ' St.. New Vork City. rUHNISHKP ROOMS tviKI WANTED In N r wui k three or four furn'she.l housekeeping, prcfera l' lly. Write or phone M ' 34 Littleton .Wenue N i 912 Market Ill'SINESS OPI'Oltl l iiinl-rc foi i VVR TE ' ("Hl'jsole Horn" II . pacltag Ink Powder hi'b 1 Wrlllnir 1'lu.d Moler, Nowburib, N, a.