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'THE SUN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1919.
17 .FOREIGNERS SEEK AMERICAN GOODS k'culrnl mid Lntoly BclHger- ent Countries Mnko Their "Wants Known. ,Y ASKS FOR METALS JTAI Balkan Stntcs Offer Many Op portunities for Cnsh Sales or Agencies. Tho weekly list of trade chances gathered by the United States Depart Lnt of Commeue la given below., Ad Akjjcs of persons and firms mentioned piy bo obtained through Tub Sun. Questions regardlne; published Items ihoulu" bo on separate sheets, a s'heet to ,.fh Item, and the number of the Item in all cases be stated. Thi SUN noes not furnish credit ?,!. or assume any responsibility as S tte standing of business men or firms rtStd The usual precaution should k liken In all cases. Those desiring Celled States goods and what they fmt are: rxi A conusor In Franco wishes to pur. writ drilling and boring aPparaTus. SSlTur eupplles, bathtubs and central heat- ArT'lreney l desired by a man in tmula for the salo of agricultural ma- rtSfAWmerchaCnt"n Italy desires to pur JS direct and also procure an agency a raw materials for cotton mills and for (aU mUf. greatcs. oils, rejlns for soap jX"rla7 drestuffs. metal products and ma- JPlS bl..ng'mineral oils, .ho, nail.. dST Lather, leather belting for machinery SK'reo oil are required by a man In EliriAn arency Is desired by a man In rjrland for the aale of barytea. KQuotUon and full Information are vSred by a man in Rumania on while cot TStfcreid. English Nos. 6. 8 and 10 In Cotltf of 4.000 to 6.000 metrio tons, in ftta. to be traoaported to Port of Danube. ' U. A merchant from Cyprus who lr in tea Coiled States for a abort time. do li'tei to obtain an agency for the aale in 'Crania and Syria ot cement, roofing ma timal. hardware, lumber, plumbing supplies, SlaaaV paints, leather, paper, wearing ap Jud. textiles, drugs, cutlery and rubber ?un'A firm in Russia desires to establish 'roimectlons with American firms for the pur em of electrical machinery and supplies. ntlnhone and telegraph aupplles, metal and food working machinery, agricultural lm Wwits antl tannin; and textile machinery. ! 131. An arency is desired by a firm In Trance for the ealo of acceeorles for steam Tiriwi. lolnts and packing and ubestos flor industrial purposes. ' U9J. A commercial nrent from Europe who Jtu been in the United States for several Vara hM returned towetern Europe, where, la dealrea to represent American Arms In t tale of canned fruits, such as peaches, (aprioota and plums, dried fruit and agricul 'roral machinery. , 1M. A man In Czecho-Slorakla who has Otred In the United States tor several years (wires to purchase and procure an agency lor the sale of dental lnatrumenta and aup Jpllri of all sorts. J U01. A county engineer of public works In 'Smce desires to purchase stone' crashing sachl&et for road recajrs, capacity three to Itis tons an hour; also petroleum and gaso 1nt ecrines to run same mnunted on a small notor truck; well boring machinery for Dor lnr irtcalan wells to a depth ot about 600 fHt, rumps and ntllngs; blastlnr machinery lot rocks operated by pneumatic or other itSovtr, with all necessary fittings. : 1X1 The manager ot an experiment plan jlitlon in Spain where the climate is adapted "le tla growth of fibre 'prodedng -doe de 'alita to obtain machinery snd eculomeut for kOreonicuiiig and cleaning this fibre. Ma chinery la desired that will handl about X0 k area an hour. Hi is arent In Italy desires to be placed In communication with firms for the aale wauiali in general, but espdally pig and oaoafactured copper, and electrical Jnstru- .IVDia and general merchandise. m''3UA rflmmrrrial aent In Franco dealrea tta obtain an agency on commission for the' aua or corseta, coniDa. lenctnr nocs wun K soles, novelties, baby ribbons, naMr ojbery articles.- leather, such as flanks. ucii. hind quarters, polished and beaten, fbrorai. sal leather, canvaa. national cloth. wnr prunello, celluloid shoe eyelets and lock i and all articles used In shoe manu Jamir f 15. The representative In the United, lutes ot a firm In Norway desires .to pur- Aase wearlnr anDarel for men and children jSnl place cooda for making clothing for chindiff. IXi. The representative of a commercial body in Persia is in tbe United States' tor a jaort lime and wishes to purchaao and alao Bate acrncy arransements for automobiles, 'srrtculturil implements, telephone Hjtiip Jient. cotton and woolen goods, shoes, nov- ydn and other articles that would find a Jiaraet in Persia. , 1SC7, A Arm in Denmark (wholesale dis tributers desires to procure agencies for the -sue oi machinery, acneuiiurai impirmenu, foola. metal nrodurts. &e. 1XS. An arency for the whole of Italy la desired by an Italian firm for the sale of Jtwral mrrihandise. WB. A commercial agent with a warehouse 31 France desires to obtain atrencioa for the fsle of household articles, hardware, electric vrnung apparatua or metallurgical special' Sies. '1310. A Arm of Importers In Belgium de jmi to receive prices, shipp'ny conditions and time required for delivery of 1.000 to t tons of steel bluets, wrmena-Marun, . or i mcnes: to i.vn tons or sieei J 1111. A trading agency in France dealrea )o purchase cordnroy for making workmen's oraard samples, showing different qualities witrs. Wi. The sgency or purchase I desired 5r a man In Italy of leather. Imitation Jeatner, floor cloth, felt aquares, carpets, .SU nanr fan,,p rl..l n mi.l .In. Jrtlstie lurnlture, lurn'lture coverings, Telours M prints for upholstery. Slovakia desires to purchaao and also obtain r.,iw"c! lor ne saie oi sporting ana atn tle goods of all kinds. Payment in United Jftaies currency. . ijh. An agency la desired by a man In ranc for lh- ..Tm nt BlitnmnklUa Jultural Implements and general merchant kl iA manufacturers' agent In England V.'i un;bl8 to supply demand wishes to ""J?" the representation of American Effu'seturers on a commission basis lor the no'tery and underwear. i in 'Ui ""nelal limb factory In Oreece aclt, ? ?1 tun and machinery. The ca JhfVm ,,ha estabiuhment soon will be lo r,;nJT)mm"elal fnt In Spain desires intKJIH? ""arency for tbe sale of paper, -sulomobiles. linoleum, tin plate and bird! Sr-U,1?;. ""nfactureT In France wishes to chlni "-,'nc' ,or earning wool and ma S:,.P,.T known, as "mule-ienny" i also JuVvu. Known, as "mule-Jenny"! also .131! i AhTJ' do'hlng and for hirness. Valr.. ,P.phr'1lan ln hs Maltese Island, stariw 10ppohaae a molor coupe with self an riAn.i.l ' urenra desires to owain ttscWnV, nne ,,f 'ha "la ot ,ew!n" ua. An" .. .... .: renslr . company wim Sires tr?l"l1 "LT!itf lD Csecho-Slovakla arT'lCS 10 DUTChaiA Anil r,r.p. an iec.aw,."1" motor trucks. antSmoVuei. im. ; v- urea. IreT'to iKIfi1,n,r ,a,sman in Ftanco de tool, snd ft SSS,". 1e H't Th w.it.c. in onor mantel, Coar7i.i1Her?n.IM1Y of a. firm In the ahort .?m? Ll'S". ,he UnUe4 8,ts 'or r the d.'J"Jr" to oM'n an agency .shrl. "' ?' hardware, wearing apparel, 'Mints tniT.1 ,oods. chemical., tobacco, rromi r'rl " ?'!. tools, lurnlture and 1mi .in, " u""se. Js at .'"""nta.tlve of a firm in Spain 'o ProetirB "n"l States and wishes seniner? VkSUPfr ?I "' 1'otric iat ona im.n V .'ur Illr generating turblaei Jrafil.t,,ef,n? material, pumps, lamn, ' lnternat combuaUon motors and "nesVSbt1arilnnCl;ar'nl ln 9o.SIovakla Jean ip,.,.r...l?,"ln an agency from an Amer. Ani ounce nernind Salltnirs. r thev i,."J. ,Y"n t-- unnounco that -Quebec T mip!; l,rmtry operated by the Canada Bf,,"mJp Company and the .FortP Ham 1? ""I'" tW0 ""6W. the New vlJC1"0"'. 0 beln ealll"K 'torn 'tailing tlJZ '," lhlt month ana weaklV nd f'Jy to May Inclusive, r llnia.a up,.. . route mi, i. V lo sa on ,ne SMI Ins f i '"v Jnuar' w'tn weekly iiiinrti until the end of Mnv. TrmVi 'slsoppi.Ti " F"a oi Aiay, Tnose - ermuA pqywjusat, I COU1T CALENDAH8. FEDERAL covnT. Federal District. DIRTJUOT COtJRT-SpecUl Master Phl"0 J. McCook, Room 227. V. O. Bldg., t 10 A. M. No day calendar. Uefnre Krrln, J-Room Jit. r. O. BIdr. at Morris a n.ohin 'v.w a, jn. iTinunai caienaar. laldor Serman A Lincoln Sameelsoa A Bernard Joffe. Morria 8 Recoil, A I.lnmln Rin..i.M Bernard It ntt Jay A Webber, laldor Cohen. Harry Saluberg A Frederics: Samuel. Dlvld M Brown. William O'Brien A Francis. O'Brien. Jacob O Piatt A Louis -Kevlts. . t Lillian Ringer A Jacob C riatt. William M Byrne. nollo prosequi, Her- man Olnck A David Morria Iloaenblum A Morria 8 Rachlll, aamuei l Samuels, A Lincoln Sam uel ton, Morris ItMenblnm 4 Iaaao ErnestMend'ldno. Strong Machinery A Supply Co. Solomon Slarln (2), 8 Lande. NK1V YORK COUNTY. APPELLATE DIVISION supreme court ncners, APPKLT.ATH n?Iftl... 8 Witt' TEBM PART I.-Before Krlanger, J. Litlrated motions, at 10:16 A., M. Allison -.Winter, neueriurtmin, RIcsrdo iDeutsch. .Fowler K)tis. OlssersM. A L Odeon Tl.estre Co. Stern :Clty of N Y Chase tRegan. Bennett IBurnt. Croxaon rCotnlty Mortgage Co. Caacone :Paclno Trading Co. Cohen tWallach A Behrend Co. Oatey-.Gmw, Richards A Co. Same :same. Globe Automatic Sprinkler Co: 1 Rechnlta Bros. UNO Wslst Co : B N B Waist Co. DugnndJIra :Paico. Focello sFucello. McGarr tGleason, Otto Ifelnaman Phonograph Co: Perry. Newman : Newman. Kelly Clarke Co: P A Butter Market. Gordon :KlUnger. City of N YtKaufman. Tardltlm iTomsiiolll. Sperling ssperllng. PratttLadd. Pratt :Dane. Pratt iPratt. City of N Y 1 Btelnhardt. State Indnat Commis sion of State ot N YlLevlne. , Wilton Mfg CotBerber. Rtraua :Pflner. City of N YiEstsr Wire Works Con, Goldtarb :Ooldtarb. Foster tBimnenfeld. Levy tLevy. Cltyof N YOPsky. Bsron A Co:Wabaalt Ry Co. Goodm an : Goodman. GoestlGneat. Kerilak :Kerilak. Illllyertlmbrla. Tresarrenn R R Co. Ladles Auxiliary of the Adjutorul; Goodman. Eedrowdky :Arch- bishop A Consistory of the Russian Orthodox Church. Olbaon :Qnlckallver Mining Co. Randolph '.Smith. Sarnoff Irving list Stores tlsrael. Darby 88 Co:Brle nil Co. Clarke .Clarke. newman UUngehurnett Oll Co. WsrdiA O Anderson AC.. Myers iLssh. .loore: Moore. McDonald iMcDonald. mscn.nuverman. Lord Elect Co! Jiarner Asphalt l'sTtrtr t'n ChrlstondeaiClarke, iwscn inurerman. MllatelniN Y & uneens Elect Light Ac Pnwpp Pi. Matter of Ammldown. iiooinson :rreilng- hnyaen. Shapiro :Rothkowlts. RafTerd sltedrield. Segal Realty Corpl ovaai, Mattrr tit TM.II. SptrosSellman. Matter of Jamea T Ionard A Co. Oarrettson llVkert. Costuma :Karlebach. moniiKomanow. Stohl :Romanow. Jansaen tJanasen. ti Y Telephone Co: sirauo. Ihr:Stranb. Dlttenhelmer :aame. Angela HIT Eaat itth St Com. Tewkabury tBroadwav lutn st (Realty oo. Matter of City of r x (1-qduo uemce Commtsalonl. Llnk.'Straub.. uannis Distilling Co: Rtrsnh. Piedmont Pictures Corp :Turad Plctmes. The A O A H M iteaity wrp :uycx Realtv Co. Wld'a Dally :Boen- dorf. Pappas :Kcndrlck, Green :Qreen. Zeldner:Zeldner. Loeber:Qodfrey. Marktmaa iPhlla A , Reading RR Co. Same :same. Trans Co-njnerdal Co: car.inenJ. Maltland : American ToDaoco Co. Same :aame. Ferry :Perrv. Walaka iBracale. KingiKinx. Itaher :Kocnlgsbert. Matter ot Sheridan. Brook iTranerts. Trempe :Perlman. ITaber tKoenlgKberg. Miller tint Rap Tr Co. Bedford Mills tBergsr. Kelly ciarte .cot P A Better Market Ercolanl lErcolanl. Wood -.Wood. Jnergena :Juergens. Rotter :Rotter. Matter of Central Union Trust Co. Halperln tUalperln. Hartley Const Co: Davison. Handier tHandler. Aslfaky:N Y Times Co. Franklin Sav Bk: Letghtoc Court iConrt. . Halatead tHalstead. BenlsontSpector. Bemdoa :Lsndsmsn. Rubinowlts tOoldnerg. Tlemeyer tTiemeyer. Austin :Austin. J Elgar Ino:KeIly. moiier:smouer. Sametsame. General Service Corp: Moore. City of N Y: Rabinowich. llalstead tLevy. Court ras :IIedges, Farmera Loan A Trust uotijevy. O'Ssiinghneasey :Wes- c-ott KxnrMB rvi Kobre Asa eta Corp : Elliott. i Clef Club ofvC!ty of N Y: Johnson. Carroll !Carroll. Ilorowlta :Ford. Moore iTraverao. Matter of Enrich. Hrennen icombs. same tsame. PART Hi Before Lehman, J. Court opens at 10:30 A. 21. Ex parte matters, flatter of Dexter. PART 111. Rcmssj pahts iv v.. vi., vii. ana viu. Aa- lournea lor the term. TRIAL TERM Part s II. and Ht-Reoeas. PARTS IV.. V.. VI.. VIII.. IX.. X.. XI. xii.. xiii., xiv., xv.. xvi.. xvii.nua XVIII. Adjourned for the term. , Kurrosrate'a Court. CHAMBERS Before Fowler, 8. At 10:10 A. M. wins lor proDatc. Charles Lovlbond, John Schwaerter, Betty Sllberberg. Eliza Samuels. " Kate Cooper. WllllamMt. Putney. Rosa Levey. Emll Kubik. John' Miller. Franklin Coxe, Jr. TRIAL TERM. Adjourned tor the term Cltr Court. SPECIAL TERM Part I. Before La Fctra, J. Hollander :KsU.- Miller :Auerbach. A Harrla :Chllda Co. Henry Bosch Co:Res nick. D Grecnberg:Zamln- dar Co. R ilreenbergtsame. Blattel:Bnrna Bros. Snati:Weisberg. J A Miller :H A II Productions. Rnbensteln lOoldberg. Kane iColeman. Opler Bros '.Beaver In- dust corp. Bonanno:N Y Edison Co. Same :aame. Susklnd :Manhattan Co Applebaum lafandclson. Schneider : Webb. Schenbsnm :Excel Mfg Co Economu :Phelps. Pnlain tSngarman. Wlaotaky :ltubln. Welasman:Van Opstal, Feldman tStrumbal. Orant:Amer Alcuhol Appelbaum iGoldsteln. Tanb-J Y Edison Co. Weinberg :The Colura. blan Co. 8ame:same. LlasbcrgersN Y Chi cago RR Co; Miller A Bona Co:D M Sergeant Co. Co. PART U, Before La Fetra. J. Court opena at 10 A. M. Ex parte matters at 10:90 A. M. TRIAL TERM Parts I.. II.. III.. IV.. V VI., VII. and VIII. AOjournea lor me term, BRONX COUNTY, Him p rv. Omtrt. SPECIAL TERM (Chambers) Tlcrney, JAt 10 A. xl, ex parte ousiness. SPECIAL TERM FOR MOTIONS Before Tterney. J. Motion calendar to be called Tuesaay. o.ptemrjer TRIAL TERM Part I. Before Tlerney, J, No day calenaar. RurrontVs Court. CHAMBERS Before Schuls, S Ex parte business. Motions, estste of Theresa Schaeffler. Abble E Wllle. .William B Hoffman. Samuel C Blatt. Kllen McGulre. Catherine J Leonard. Little Bamett. Edwin Ddwards. Jstfa Chndcenska. Wills for probate Hani Schwartz. Accountings, estate of William McGongh. William McGongh. Maurice Nemeroff, Johanna Fealy. Thomas J Conway. Maria Blsvers. Vlncenao Faporta. Joseph Kroorand. John Duncan. Ellia J FUby Conntr Court. SPECIAL TERM (Chambers) Before Olhba, j. EX) parte Dusinesi. SPECIAL TERM FOB MOTIONS Qlbba. J, Fisk'.Halpern. Citron iGensburg. Rosen iSchwartilsr. I People, AoiTomedyk. TRIAL TERM Before Glbbs. J. Kelly :Murphy. . I Cohn :Unton Ry Co. LandaiUrtlon Ry Co. SnIUoff iGersbbeln, KINGS COUNTY. Calendar for Monday, Septrmbrr it, Huiir.mii l:mirt. APPETJVTI DIVISION SECOND DEPART- MKrt I neccsa. APPELLATE TERM SECOND DEPART MR NT Recess. SPECIAL TERM-PART L-(Motlons) raoer. J. a a iv a. Matter Flagg (Benson) William Scheer, Ino Munler. Matter MacFarland. Verity '.listriwin uar- bor Realty Co. BrlddoniBrlddon. Bedell iBedell. Small :Leo. FelnsKeln. Evans lAxtell, Harris HI arris. Kings Co Trust Co (Svenaon) :Fleld. Vecchio iVecchio. Matter Gardner. Matter Troy Ave (Muasano). Matter Troy Ave (Mastroglovannl), Matter Troy Ave (Rahlno), Matter New Lota Ave (Metropolitan Trust . - The National Cash Register CoiFord. Hannah sHanush. ' Goldeln:Schelb(No 1) Ooldweln:Rcheib(No S) Technola Piano Col Carradom. Mfooowlts iDavldsoa. Mrwbold ;Nonnan. Julian jltedden. People ex rel Bast I Voorhla et al tfnorre). De la Pena :De la Pens. neiwi :.Noyes. D'EstorresD'Esterre. KnlthtiKnlrht. DooleyiF A N Realty RlgneyiRabinowlU. Illco :Tunly. s Laplnaky :Wyaockl. Lerentfaal iRosenstela. StroUoiHtrollo. OalowlU (P):Weltman uaiowits (j i'):welt man. People iRubln. People ex rel Klmballa ltoaa operating Corn :Cantor. People ex rel Klmballa jtoaa uperating Corp iPurdy. Aeolian Co;Volfort Murphy iMurphy, Weaver :Bavage. Matter Slutsky. Plrone iFerguson. Mayer iCorcoran. Onstanio:!, 1 RR Co. Nsasauer:Tagllsbce, Tyler :Jahn. Alio: Abo, Independent Wet Wash People ex rel Dowdl ipiuntir i,u -.iiosiow. Bartelmes illartrlmrs, (lros iGross, Mstter BenncM. . Roysl Oil CoiFent- more. Soutbsrd. Welah iWelah Welsh (Welsh. n.u.uiv IIIWIIUIV. 1 Ueuermaaa ;Utuer PTECIAti TERMPART II-Cllsghan, J-. Bx parto business at 10 A. M. SPECIAL; TEIIM-FOR TIUALS-AdJourned for the tnfin, TRIAL TERM Adjourned for the term. 8 uito gate's Court. CrnAMBERS-Wlogate, B.-Day calendar' at 10 A. M Wills ef Caroline Ring. Melehlon lloilmaaj Loula A Selta. John N Lawrence Itay Bernstein. .TranqnUla AgnsllL John Nelllgaa. Ada Bpiehsl. Minnie L Jamison. Frank J Kennedy.' Admlnlstiatlons of William O pegan. Mary Cleary. Jeremiah Held. George W Irwin. Susan Cunningham, Bridget Brogan. Mary Bralnarel. Cht.iles "Engert, Kate Lamb. Adolph Holmes. Fanny Bachelder. Katatra of Mary McCleary, John Ridley. Jamea U Carroll. Carl Frank. Nora Walsh. Llna D Esterre. Jeronemua Underbill. Karl Rosens tock. iuiiq uoarntperg. aiwjuaiB -uaiiosai. Accountings of SteDhcn Illrriiall William Berrl. William Herri. County Court. CIVIL No day calendar. UNITED STATES DISTIIICT COURT. EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK Chntrlrtrt .T rv, i yi ... i- i. ,- , . 1 . UUK1 " au ;w a, aii Eaultv CalnHir. United States :U Trau- Cohen :Zubow (argu ment). Howard, Jr:Mechanlcs Bank et ah. Cllneillorton. erta Co. United States :Jsmes A Blanchard A Co. United Rtateaijamea A BlanchardNA Co. United Statea iJamea A Blanchard A Co. United States .Jamea A Blanchard A Co. Criminal Calendar. United Statea tBellevue juBnuiaciunng uo. JPR0DUCE MARGET. ll K.N H Aun npia .in i -n . . cnolcti. too ih. s., ... . ... .: , ."j-., ..,, iuaiicuuriaa- fii.ov. f e5fJn.V- Chilean, 8.76; pea, Uiolce, '"SO: medium, choice, 508.60; iiwuimgian, 'auxornia. 97.76 ess: S white, California, 17.7601: large Wphit.,'..Ia-ho. I7.75; tepary. California, jbwo.io; Kotenaahl, Japaneae or Korean, SB,7S: dalfukll. M.nphiipl.n If in. p.ai.m. ny; choice, llJUOOll: red marrow, I11.60J T.p'P1": Manchurlan, Hf..eo; yellow eye. I. ! .bl.ac1' turtle soup. 111; white kid ney, .choice, I12.2512.60i lmperlala. 110 Kumamoto, Manchurlan. 18.10: caballero, Chilean, 7.50: bayou, Chilean. 66.15; cranberry, Manchurlan, round, l.7t7.Ji tia Y '.' "uorl, itvva taiuornia. IT07.4I: p nk, California, 17; lima, Cafl eholee, 118.75; peaa, Scotch. U18, sMfSJ'.pf,.?' W'aconaln. I8.50O7: Idaho, I7.8S07.5Q; Washington. I7.60O7.7E: Call- Iv0O7.7ti Chilwn. I7W7.S0: Aua trallan, I7.SO07.76: Japanese. II.10OS.60; black eye, California, I.i6i splits, yellow, 17.76; green, 110010.50; white, small, Man churlan. 6.7tffl6; large,, 1801.60. ivn?72f.,5r"Cr'mer'' higher than extra, lb.. EloaSUfl.- .ftni. at mwj . ipp p c i . flrata. so in at .--,7. ,iU n . . . . -H..' 88 to" 81 Sll brnoT; aeio"ndt U to sin.. wo.i lower graaea, tmg 48 He.: unsalted, higher than extras, 1H OllUftl A . , p . . 1AUA. . . . . . T 5ic.; seconda, 51055c.-, State dairy tub, nneat. 56H057Hc: good to prime. 6iO see.; common to fair. 46051a: ladles, cur rent make, flrata. 4047c; aeconda. 45c.: lower grades, 4SH4!ic; packing stock, current m&lcn. 'n i intitji. v- H044c; lower grades, ,42 0 43c CHEERR Stat vli.l. -.Hi. . w m.,. t?.'-''?. S?"" .,b- OH0alc; average L .1 'Tiwu.i lower graaea, aoazac: r.?! .r?a.t."l,pecl1"' "WlHc: average run. lOQlOUn.1 .win. X i i , T white. 80 U 010 Mc; average run. 194 10c; KraB3. aoajjsc; Wisconsin, whole milk, twins, fresh. 2808OUc; single dal- I", imo, neia. 31H012O.; double daisies, fresh. ligilHc.; young . ' i nc, v-iiouaara, canaa- ', ln bond 27(ig,ig4C.; state eklms. ape- . -w-aitc.; prime to cnoice, 18020c.; 'ir to good, 14017c; lower grades, 7 COTTONSEED OIL Range of prices: ' Onen. UtI- nigh. IjOW. Sept. ..... Oct Nov. 18.60 Dec 18.10 11.00-28.00 22.00 21.40-76 21.40 18.60-65 18.75 18.10-18 18.15 18.09- 15 18.18 18.10- 10 18.20 18.20-80 18.20 18.65 18.11 18.10 18.50 18.00 18.00 Jan. 18.05 Feb Mar. Apr 18.26-60 16.20 EGGS Fresh s-atht-iY An- tin 68cr extra firsts, 61055c: Brats, '480 62c; eeconda, 42047c: under grades, 150 41c; dirtily,' No. 1. 18040c: No. 2 and poorer. 20ex27e cIim-Wm nn .a ni. dry, 14016c: under gradea, 25013c: re frigerator, flrata. chargea paid to expiring dates. 45,tt0 46Hc; aecondsT 41044ttc; State, Pennsylvania and nearby Western, hennery whites. Una to fancy. 75 0 78c; fair to prime, 60074c: gathered whites, common to prime. 68074c: Pacific Coaat wnltea. express,, fancy, 780 77c: other nesiarn and Southern, gathered whites; 50 070c: State. Pennsylvania, hpii! n.arhv. hennery browns, fancy, 63068c; gathered orown ana mixea colors, graded, fancy, 56 068c; -fair to prime, 60 0 65c FLOUR AND .MKATltv. firm, .,..A. fair to good. 17.2507.50: choice to fancy, 7.5507.75. White corn flour dull. I1.M04 per 100 lbs. Cornmeal dull; yellow granu lated, 11.0004.10: white granulated, 12.900 4.10. Feed, city barely steady; bran, 100 lb. sacks. 145; heavy middlings do., S8; red dog flour, 140 lb. cacka, 169. Weatern quiet; bran, 100 lb. aacka, 142.50049; atandard middlings do., 158068.60; nour middlings do.. 161068.60; red dog flour, 140 lb. aacka, 171. OU meal, ISO per ton in aacka. PBOISIONS Pork unaottled; meea. 849O50; family, 158054; short clear, 159 0 69. Beef ateady; mesa. 27028: family, 110011: cacket. IZSn-S: ultra. Irwlta Tnees, 161054. Hoga barely steady; bacons, 26c; 140 lbs.. 26Hc; pigs. 2IHc Bellies nuiei; picaiea clear, io-ij lbs., lie; dry salted clear. 18-20 lbs., 264C Oreaaea barely ateady; yellow, 18012Hc: choice house. 12H011C Pickled -hama quiet; reg ular, 10-11 lbac, 28Kc; aklnned, 18-20 lbs., 29Sc Tallow ateady; city special, looae. 16c Lard weak; middle West, 124.760 24.16; city lard weak, quoted 24!4024Hc; refined lard easy; Continent, 180.26; South America, 110.60: Brazil kegs, 811.50; com pound ateady. quoted 25026c Stearlne unsettled; city lard stearlne, 12c; olso, 17Hc POTATOES Mains. 100 lb. baa- 12 a 2.76; 180 lbs., 84 0 5; 166 lbs., 1204: Long Island, 180 lb. bag, 505.6O; 166 lb. ISO 6.50; Jeraey, round, 165 lb. bag. 11.750 4.26; 150 lb. bag, 8803.60: long, 165 lb. bar. 8801.50; 150 lb. bag. 82.7601; South ern, new. No. 1. bbl.. 82.6001.60: aweeta. Joraey, No. 1, basket, 11.2601.76; No. 2, baaket, 75C0I1; Delaware and Maryland, no. a, naaxet, sif i.zs: iso. i. nasKet. gov 90c; Southern, No. 1, bbl., 11.75 09.75. rOULTUV. DRESSED CHICKENS Fresh killed, dry packed, boxes. Western, milk fed, 18045c: corn ted. 81042c; iced, bbls., Weatern. mtik fed, 28035c; corn fed, 18030c; scalded, 21026c; Southweatern. milk fed, kegs. 10031c: corn fed, 28029c; Virginia, milk fed, 8 to 4 lba. to pair, 86c; 6 to 7 lbs. to pair, 83c; Phlladslphla, 10048c; Jersey and Long Island, 30041c; Stats and Pennsyl vania, 28018c FOWLS Fresh, dry packed, boxes. Western, milk fed. 380 39c.j oorn fed, 16011C! fresh, dry packed and teed, bbls., Western, 28086c: Weat ern, scalded, 10011c: Southweatern, bbls. and kegs, nunc. ul,u uuuKb weatern, drr sacked, boxea or bbls., 22c 1 Iced, bbls., 21022c.r Western, scalded, 21c. DUCKS Long Isiana ana I'snnayirania, aprlng, 16c SQUABS Prime, white, dor., 8408.60; dark, 12.6008; culls.- 11.5002. OUINBAS Pair, 11.2601.75. POULTRY, LIVE SMIINO CHICKENS Via freight. 11c: colored, expreaa. S3 Olle.; White Leghorns, express, nolle, FOWLS Heavy, freight, 85c; light to medium, ireignt, i:nno. coiorea ana mlied. axnresa. 12036c: White Laa-horna. expreaa, 81032c OLD ROOSTERS Via freight, 19c TURKEYS Hens, freight, 30c; toms, freight, 28c. DUCKS Long Island, spring. 41c. : Western, via freight. 10c; Southern, freight, 26c QRESE Freight, 20 022c. PIQEONo Per pair, 36 O40C SUGAR Cut loaf. 10.60c: cruahed, 10.28c:. mould A. 9.60c: cubes. 9.75c: JCXXX nowdered. 9.200. : sowderad. 9.16c: npe granuiatea ana uiamona -a, vc; con fectioners A, 8.90c.! No. 1, 8.85c VKGETAI1LBB, MISCELLANEOUS AJITICIIOKKB uaiuornia, arum, low llo. BRUSSELS SPROUTS State, nt.. 20 0 26c I California, drum, 16. UEANS Bsk 6Oc02 bag, 69c.0l. LIMA BEANS Bak. or Dag, 9102. BBBIB Nearby. 100 bcha., 11.6002.60: bbl.. 130 2.60. CARROTS Nearby, 100 bcha., II 02; bbl., 11.6002.25. CORN 100 ears. 1101.75. CUCJUMUERS Bak., 11.2602; bbl.. 12 05. PICKLES Bak., 11.5002. CABBAGES Bbl., 1101.76; 100, 1407. CAULIFLOWERS-Long Ialand, bait, II 04.161 State, crate, 11.6004.50; small crate. 1108.50: California, half crate, 1.15 A.... .ffTrntlV V.apk. kkl v.. W6.I1U. V....WW.. -ll w.., i.uv 11.251 State, crate, 75C0I1. CELERY State and Jerney, doa. roots, 20075c! rougn, crai. av. i.juivhuiv jioi., too, 011.26. EGGPLANTS Jeraey, bbl,, 120 J to: bak.. 1101.37: bu. bak.. al 01-25. GARLIC Lb., 20028c HORSERADISH 100 lbs.. 40S. liHTTUPB Bbl.. 50C (til.601 crate. t5a.0M.26; bak.. 25076c: Califoaula, crate, 11.2102. MUSHROOMR S lb. bak.. 1108.50. ONIONS Connec. tlcut Valley, yellow, 100 lb. bag, I0 4,251 far weatern, 100 lb. bag, 1104: nrana-a county, red. 100 lb. baar. 82fs 8.16i yellow, 3103,88; State and Weatern. yeuow, 2ora,2o; wnue, ivi,; rea, sz .ras.JS: Spanish. crate. 81.25ni.6. O.NJON P1UKI.IMS Willie, DSK., 12.800 8.10: 100 lb. hag, 11.6004. 60; yellow. bik 82 Ui. OKRA Ilsk., ll.oOfil. PEAS State, bale!. 1104: bag. 1103.50: Call. fnrnln, drum. 18.5009 pelaware and Maryland, hsk., 31 50f3. PEPPERS-. Hull Nose, bin.. 51.7503,75: lluby King, II 75W3,75, uneese, 81.50IS4, Italian, 11,5002.50; aingar, vn tnerrj-i Dale. 414J-W,I fUtUVJm rttturn irn- iiiina. AMERICAN DYES ARE BIG SUCCESS Attempt t6 Obtain Gorman Supply Merely for Tem porary Need. Associations Plan Big Millinery Home IP plans of the Eastern Mllltnery Association materialize practi cally nil of tho millinery asso ciations ln this city will be housed under one roof In the near future. According to plans a house will be rented ln the wholesale millinery dis trict, olid this will be converted Into oITlces for tho various bodies repre senting tho manufacturers and deal cm. About 150,000 will be expinded on the project. V ; No evidence of the failure of the American dye Industry Is contained ln the present attempt of the shirt manu facturing Interests to obtain supplies of German vat dyes, according to J. Mer rltt Matthews, Fh. D., consulting chemist and dyestuft expert, who yesterday championed the sending of Dr. Charles II. Ilerty of the American Chemical Society abroad to arrango for tbi pro curement oi a six montns supply ot Her man rat dyes from the reparation com mlttoe. On the contrary, ho said there has been built up In the United States a promising dyostufi Industry, ana that satisfactory vat dyes, have been pro duced, but not. In sulllclcnt quantities for commercial purposes. Tho situation now. he explained, is merely that supplies of fast vat dyes ore running low. and with tho universal coll for more fancy shirting effects the ehlrt Interests aro only seeking permis sion to import a six months supply to tldo them over until such time as there Is quantity production of vat dyes ln America, Dr. JIntthews mentioned that Dr. Herty Is not arolnir to have any easy task ln obtaining the needed vat dyes from the reparation committee. He is reminaea that tho disposition of tho dyes Is ln the peace treaty, whereby EO per cent, of the German dyes supplies on hand come under tho direction of the committee and 25 per cent, of the manufactured product for the next five years. Knit Goods Market Qnlet. The knit troods marker, with the pos sible exceotlon of silk hosiery, is ae scribed as "distressingly quiet" In this week's market review of the National Association of I Hosiery and Underwear Manufacturers. However, no evidence of weakness Is apparent, tho report states, and declines expected by Job bers, especially ln women's lines, will not materialize. In fact, the belief Is expressed that a scarcity may bo ex pected with certainty unless tho present rkte of nroductloni Is expanded ana labor exhibits a greater Interest ln work than It Is showing at the present time. iforo women than ever before are wearing silk hosiery at 3 a pair and tho prediction is made thai tney win pay from' $4 to 1 6 unless the craze abates. Although soring hosiery lines are being offered Jobbers, according to the report, are not Bhowlng a great, aeai of Interest In present quotations. Hosiery prices will be higher next year. It Is stated, but will not oe ad vanced proportionately with increasea production and labor costs. Business Troubles. Petitions In Bankruptcy. These petitions In bankruoty filed Satur- SOLOMON MINGELGREEN Voluntary, 78 Flrat avenue. Liabilities. 86,242: no assets. Principal clalma: Louis Green, 11.000; Isidore Kate, 11,500; House ef Merer. Inwood on Hudson. 13.742., Kopp A Perlman, 61 Chambers street,' attor-, neva. FREDERICK a DUDLEY & CO., INC- voiuntarr. aeaune in enmorate aecuri tlea and underwritlngs. CO Wallatreet and 27 I'lne street, uaniiuies, 6?b; useta, 194. Edwin M. Simpson, 2 Rec tor street, attorney. IRVING GALAIF Voluntary, cloak and auit ouaineaa. a ana a weat lwenuein etreet. Liabilities. 930,St4; aaaeta not given. l-rincipai ciaima: aouia i, vlne, 32,800: Jacob Rubensteln, 31.20o; Best Finance Company, 82,000. Samuel Hoffman. 120 Broadway, attorney. FRANK MAUIRI AND JOHN FKRRARA Involuntary, inamauaiiy ana aa co partnera, trading as Mauirt & Ferrara, irroeeri. 200 Second avenue. Liabilities. 12.000; assets. 1300. Principal clalma: Harlem Oil Company, Inc., 8180: HefTry Behrman & Sons, SIS: Wilson & Cm,; US; Samuel 8. Beard & Co., 1190. Charles Goldberg, 261 Broadway, attorney, Sohedules ln Bankruptcy. The achedulea ln bankruptcy filed Satur day: SITTENFIELD LEATHER COMPANY, INC. 138 Prince street. Liabilities, 375,197; aaaeta, 123,165. Secured claim! Wormaer & Co., 117,000. Unsecured clalma: L. Beebe & Son. 127,154: Kull man, Sals A Co., 110.691; Ayer Tanning Company, 16,717. Konelg, Slttenfleld & Aranow. 27 Cedar street, attorneya. ERNEST KUNATH Butcher, Warwick. N. Y, Liabilities, ll.szs; aaaeta, 83,123. Principal clalma: Swift & Co., 11.621; Montrose A Bhtmer, 1175: Anton Nabel, 159. Attorney's name not given. JUDGMENTS. MANHATTAN. Judrmenta Bled Saturday: flrat name that ot debtor: Bernhelm, Henry C Colgate A co Bushman, Francis X. Vanity Fair Pub. Co.. Ino 1184.70 309.77 6,081.25 3,110.89 400.10 471.19 Blair, David J. H. Wade et al.. Same S. C. Hlrsoh et al Collins. Martin T and William Shanley K. Harner Dlttman: Svend A. NtL Ship ping Co De Wolf, John E., and Herman Kata C, Anderson et.al Eltonhaad. Theodore O. C. C. O. 24,141.16 Stone, Jr Goldweter, Edward S, Freehof , . Green, John J. Central Valley fitorea. Inc. 167.70 691.55 120.70 Glenn. Mauds E. C. Burrow..,. 211.10 229.71 781.08 llama, ITea (iiargour aienqeie Vanity Fair Pub. Co., Ino., Jardln A Co., Inc. D. M. Lentln Jardln & Co., Inc. I. Backer.. Koppenhagarv Barnard L. It. C. Van Etten.v. Kerry Building Co., Inc., and Mary A. Koeater Park as Til ford Merry, Gaston 8. N. Edwards.,. O'Neill, Francis St. J. WllUan,. Pye, Curtis G. Immediate Poaner, Hyman Sterner Mfg. Co - Rosenheim, George Marks Led erer Co., Ino T Rothschild, David V. J. Fradus Reeley, John B. D. A. Mondell.. Beymour, Mary M. A. A. Welsa, Second Avenue Development Co.. 17UM I55.E4 124.45 191.91 376.17 309.34 US. SO 91.10 406.55 144.18 378.33 inc. h. liiacicman et ni 1,048.84 348.83 White!. Chas. G. Lewis Mfg. Co. Waterbury, C. Livingston C. II. Blttman BRONX. Cutler, Silas C. R. W. Crolly... SATISFIED JUDGMENTS, MANHATTAN. 181.11 1171.67 First name that of debtor, second that of creditor and date juameni was meat CornrlcK. isagar M. aa. ii jsnnsi; May 39, 1916 International Text Loom Co. R. Mills; June 10, 1919 O'Hhea, Q. Harry J, C. Thorns; NOV. 11, 1916 Johnaon. John, and Ntl. Surety Co. People, Ac; June 14, 1919 Wolfarson, Marie, and Nth Surety Co. Same: June 18, 1919 1460.76 160.61 M0I.01 100.00 600.00 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. SAFE INVESTMENT and liberal profits ln the prosperous city of Los Angsles In nreproof safes and bank equipment: excel lent opportunity for all domastlo and for eign trade; established 15 years; dona 95 per rent of all bank equipment bualness on coast: tlna stock on hsndt profitable opportunity to aaa manufacturing in con nection, money isikb: lor quic eaiv, 140.000. A. F. ANDERSON CO.. 1911 80. Los Angeles BtiesU Los Angeles. Csllfarnla, MARINE INTELLJOENCE. MINIATURE ALMANAcj. United States Coaat and Geodsllo S array Standard Time, Sun risea., ,,.:! AM Sun sets :SSP.M Moon rises 518 A M niOII WATER TIUS DAY. Sandy Hook. .7:03 A M Opr. Island. .7:39 AM Hell Gate 1:62 AM LOW WATRR THIS DAY. Sandy nook .13:66 A, M Got. Ialand. ,1:2s A M Hell Qato 1:49 PM ARRIVALS SUNDAY, SEPT. 21. Ss Hans Meersk, Rotterdam, Aug. 29. Ks Cauto. Barry, Sent. . ... Bs Victoria, Callao, sept 6, and Cristobal. Sept. 11. Sa Advance, Crlatobal, Sept.- 11. Sa Eglantler. Antwerp, Sept. t. Sa Ruth. Hull. Sept. 2. 8s Tudor Prince, Jfanchester, Sept. 2, Sa Lake Capens, Rassena, Aug, 28. Ss Sidley Range. Montreal, Sept. 8. 8s Lake' lids, Anuila, Sept; 14. Ss Rcmier, Antwerp, Aug. 5. Ss Garfield, Aguadcila, Sept. 5. Ss Lepanlo, Hull, Sept. 6. Ss lie de Java, Lisbon, Sept. I. Ss Admiral Walnwrlght, flinches. Sept. 8. Ss Wishkah, Port Antonio. Sept. 13. Sa War Mediterranean. Valencia, Sept. I. Ss MonglneTro, Faro, Aug. 26. Sa Wahuaett. fiotirabavA. June 30. and Port Said, Aug. 27. , SAILED FOR NEW YORK. I Ss Waaldy, from nataria. Ss Berendrecht, from Alicante. Bs Alban, from Para. iKa t'hlnampa, from Rotterdam. Ss Edgefield, from Rotterdam. Ss Volunteer, from Rotterdam. Sa Wcet Oarnlfax, from Liverpool. Rs Baltic, from Liverpool. . Ss Norman Bridge, from Liverpool. ARRIVED FROM NEW YORK. Sa Burma, at Gibraltar. Ss fllenorchy, at Rio. Bs Santa Elena, at Arlca, ' OUTGOING STEAMSiriPS. To-day. Mails Teasels . Close. SatL Mlnnckahda, London 13 00.M To-morrow, Cedric, Liverpool 12 00 M .8 00 P M Orduna, Liverpool 8 30 A M 12 00 M ictorla, Lircrpool 12 00M v Wednesday. Orotic, Naplea 11 00 A U 8 00 P H INCOMINO STEAMSHIPS. Due To-day. Sa Itrandenbnrg, Bordeaux, Aug. 19. Bs Karons, at Thomas. Sept at. Sa Aatrakan, Shields. Sept. 4. Sa Buckhannan, Barry. Sept. 3. 8s Ardgowan. Antwerp, Sept. 11. 8a New York, Cette, Aug. 29. BS Lorraine, Havre, Sept. 19. Se President Grant, Brest, Bept. is. Ss Artemis. St. Nat aire. Sept. IX Ss Faith, Ixmdon, Bept. lx. Due To-morrow. 6a Radnor, St. Naxalre, Sept. 1. Ss Coronta, London, Sept. 12. Ss Carpenterla. London, Sept 13. Sa Uankow Maru, London, Sept. 14. Ba.Nleuw Amaterdam, Plymouth, Bept 14. Dae Wednesday. Ss Lapland, Southampton. Sept, 16. Ba Santa Rosa, Brcat, Sept 12. Ss Mexico, Liverpool. Sept. 10. Due Thursday, Ss Sol Navls. Brest. Sept. Ba Michigan, London, Bept 1L gs Pblllpplnea, Brest. Sept II. s Philadelphia, Caracas, Sept 17. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. Tuesday, Sept 23. Europe, Africa and Weat Asia, via Liverpool. Mall must be apeclally addressed for despatch by this steamship. Ss. Orduna, 8 A. M. Greece (parcel poet malla only), via Patraa, Sa. Beiredere, 10 A. M. Great Britain, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Sateden, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Lithu rnia, Latvia. Finland. Archangel, i South Africa. aladeira and Cape Verde Iaiande, via Liver pool; also parcel post malls ror ureat Brit aln. Ireland, Egypt, British India. British East Africa and Malta, Bs, Cedric 1:30 V. M. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. The connecting mails close at the General Poet Office and City Hall Post Office station, New York, at r. M. as follows: Hawaii. Japan. Co re a, China. Siberia. Slain. Oothlr. China. Netherlands, East Indies and Philippine Islands, via Ban Francisco, Sa. Nanking, September 22. Japan. Cores. China. Siberia. Slam. Cochin China. Netherlands, Eaat Indlea and Philippine laianas, via Vancouver ana victoria, as. a;., Ss. Km press of Japan, September 33. FIJI Islands, New Zealand and Australia, via Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, Ss. Niagara, September 28. Tahiti, Marquesas, Cook Islands, New Zea land and apeclally addressed mall for Australia, via San Francisco, Ss. Tofua, October L Yesterday's Fires P. M. 11:30 Broadway and 240th at.: auto: Abbey Pratter Trifling YESTERDAY'S FIRES. A. M. Loss. 2:45 BIO W. 151at at: Mrs. L. Soln- aon -....Trifling 4:20134 W. 83th at; owner un known Trifling 10:50 139 Monroe at; Jacob Slegel.Trlsing 1 . 31. , 1:45155 E. 123d at: Lexington Table Co - Trifling 2:00 Westchester ay. and Hewitt . pi.: "L" atructure Unknown one 823 Melroae av.: Barbara Sny der Trifling au-i:mii at. ana iexington av.: A. Van Buren A Co Trifling 7(551100 "Id av.; unknown Nona 1:30 Foot of Hunts Point av.. The Bronx; O'Brien Bros Trifling 9:20 156tn st. and Southern Boule vard. The Bronx, automobile: unknown Trifling :ao in front or jui w. iia st, automobile: Herman Dosch- wtts Trifling 10:26 3324 3d av The Bronx; un known . Trifling io:o jiuu aieaa at- nignoriage soeedwar. The Bronx: city v of N. Y, Trifling Scandinavia, Balkan States and Greece The head of the Rxport depart ment ot a prominent export house la leavlne for Europe within three weeks on un extended trip through The United Kingdom, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, the Balkan countries (Czecho-Slova-kta, Jug-o-Slovakla. etc.), Greece, Austria, Italy and tipaln, would like to take alone; with him cata logs and samples of articles that can ba marketed In those coun tries. Only those manufacturers who are first hands and who would be Inclined to give this export house their sole agency are re quested to communicate. Address, Care of Johnston Overseas Service, 277 Broadway, New York City. UNCLAIMED DANK DEPOSITS. Report nf the Unclaimed Deposits -of BLOOMINGDALE nROTHERS, PRIVATE BAN KEFS, on tbe flrat day of August, 1019. made ln accordance with the provisions of tbe Banking Law, Section 1S7. Full name and laat Date of Amount known residence or poet original of nmceaddrenaofdepoeltor, 'deposit. deposit Hum txvtnunn. llKfl jviaauon Ave., n. i. Charles Ipomer. 240Eaat 80th St.. N. V. City... Sept. as, leoa. ei.si Oustav Btetn. 400 East RSthBtj.H. Y.Ulty....oct. IB, IBOtJ 833.39 Smll or Catherine Emer son, Oak Place, Green wich. Ot.: date of flrat nubllitttlon,Bept..ioi8.JuIy 18.1011 101.08 fa, Kraunuir, fpo Weat 08th Bt., N. x . city: , data of first nubllcatlon. 1 Bent-. 1018 Jan. 8, 1013 338.78 Elinor 11. Meanea, 78 Hast Mtn Bt.. n. x. City Feb. Mrs. Harriet Peterson, 8, 1018 83.00 ezi eaat 17Utn nc, in. publlcatlon.8ept.101R.Mar. 8, 1813 Wm. E. Hall, 28S Waah 68.60 lngton Ave.. Seaside, Rockaway, N, Y.i date of flrat publication, Sept.. 1018 Anr. so. ibis sa ns ajcrutina nmiaa. Mio Aiv,A.,n, X lUur, . .i,iu,.,,i 1,1. o. 8tato of New York, County of New York. HAMUKl. I monMINODAIiE. Till! Ave.A.,N. Y. City.... Nov. 33. 1818. III O. BLOOMINGDALE and IRVINO un i. BLOOMINGDALE, being duly sworn, each for himself, deposes and ears that he la one of the firm of Bloomlngdale Bros., Private Hankers, located and doing butlnwa at No, 117 V. pntl, ct I- .l.PI-...P.T V 1. . I J - uv.u c,H it, i ii n v.. v " v " v i .i i iui county; that the foregoing report la a full, true ana correct statement oi tne unclaimed de posits of such private bankers, made In accord ance with the provlainna of Section 187 of tha Banking Law as shown by tbe books of said Private Rankers on the first day of August, 1918, SAMUEL J. BLOOMINODALE. HIRAM O. R LOOM INO DALE, IRVINO I. BLOOMINGDALE. i Soverally aubarrlbod and sworn to before me tbe Oth day of September, 1010, Ifeal ef Notary,! JACOB B. NEFWIRTir. ' Notarv labile. Klnga Co., No. 80. Certificate niod In N. Y. Co, No, 84. Commission expires PU. . w, if.V, rORBCLOSCRK BALES. flupreme Court, County of New YorkuThe Equitable Trust Company of New York, aa Truatee, Ac, Plaintiff, against The New Theatre and others. Defendants. County Clerk's No.al4.081 ot 1919. In purauance of ti Judgment of fors. elosure and sale, duly made and entered In the above-entitled action and bearing date the 10th day ot August, 1919. I, the undersigned, the rsferee in said Judgment named, will sell at public auction: at the Exchange Salesroom, No. 14.-11 Vesey Street, in the Borough of Manhattan, City nf New York, on tho 7th day of October, 1919, at 11 o'clock noon on that day, by Henry Brady, Auctioneer, the premiaea and property directed by aald Judgment to be sold, and therein described as follows! 'All that certain tract, plsce or parcel of land, altuated In the Borough of Man hattan, City and County of New York. State of New York, bounded and deacrlbed as follows: Beginning at the corner formed by the Iterec.ctlon of the northerly aide of Sixty second Street with the weaterly aide ot Central Park Weat; running thence west erly, along the northerly adds of Sixty mp-apipI ...... lm-,h, m w A twenty. five (21,5) feetl thence northerly, parallel wun central park Weat one nunarea uiu feet five (5) Inches to the centre line of the block r thence eaaterly along the cen tre line of tho block, parallel with Sixty eecond Street, twenty-five (26) feet: thence northerly, again parallel with the westerly side of Central Park West, one hundred (100) feet five (5) Inches to the southerly aide of Rlitv.thlrrl fitreet! thence easterly along aald southerly aide of Sixty-third (Street, two hundred (200) feet to tha weat. eny aide of Central Park Weat, and tnance southerly along the weaterly aide of Cen tral I'ark Weat, two hundred (200) reej ten (10) Inches to the point or place ol bearinnlng: Together with the, buildings, fixtures atnd Improvements thereon, eonatruuoted or to be conatructed or ln proceaa ot con struction: and alao all ooatumes. acanery and etage equipment, of every kind and nature whatsoever, now owned by the Mortgagor, or hereafter acquired by means of the bonds Issued hereunder or their proceeds: and alao all permanent additions which may hereafter he made to the aald property or Its nppurtenancea! and alaso an tne estate, rignt, tine, interest, prop erty, possession, claim and demand what soever, as well In law as in equity, of the Mortgagor of, ln or to the aame and every part1 and parcel thereof with the appuraenances." Dated, New York, Auguat 21, 1919. PHILIP J. SINNOTT, Referee. MURRAY. PRENTICE A ROWLAND, Attorneya for Plaintiff. 37 Wall Street New York City. Tbe following la a diagram ot the prem ises to be sold; It has no street number: esra mreet. zoo sr. e "t " Mi i a & tlnA StreAt The approximate amount of the lien or charge, to aatlafy which the above-described property la to be sold. Is one mill ion eight hundred 'and thirty-one thousand one hundred and fifty-six and twenty nve one-nunaroatns aoiiars (ai.aai.iao.io) with interest thereon from the 12th day of August, 1919, together with the costs amounting to One hundred eighty-seven dollars, fifteen cents ,(1187.15), with In terest from Auguat 20th, 1919. together with the expenses of tha sale. The approx imate amount of the taxes, assessments and water rates, or other Hens, which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the fiurchase money, or paid by tne Referee, s one hundred and twenty-Blx dollars and forty cents (3126.40) and Interest Maid premises and property are to be sold aa an entirety and In one lot or parcel. . Said premiaea are to be Bold subject to building restrictions and regulations con tained Tn a reaolutlon or ordinance adopted July 25th. 1916, by Board ot Estimate and Apportionment o the City ot New York and amendments thereto, alao aublect to any state of facta which an aocurats sur vey would ahow. Dated, New York, Auguat 31, 1919. PHILIP J. SINNOTT. Referee. LEGAL NOTICES. Washington Utilities Company TAKE NOTICE, That the Metropolitan Trust Company of the City of New York, Trustee under the Indenture dated June 1, 1917, between Washington Utilities Com pany and aald Metropolitan Trust Com pany of the City of New York, will, pur auant to the provlalons of aald Indenture, aell aa an entirety the Truat Eatate con sisting of 37,600 shares Common Capital Stock ot the Waahlngton Railway A Eleo trio Company at .the' auctions stand of Joseph P. Day at the Exchange Salsa rooms. 14 and 16 Vesey street. In the Borough of Manhattan, City of New York, on the lat day ot October, 1919, at' 12:30 o'clock ln the afternoon, , METROPOLITAN TRUST COMPANY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. Trustee. By Geo. C. Van Tuyl. Jr., President FOR fALlC. TOR SALE. 60 heavy trucking wagona and carta from two to ten ton capacity, all In good condition. Including Rack Wagons Box Wagons Tip Carts Drop Bottom Carta. Can be seen at CHASE ROLLING MILL CO.. Waterbury. Conn. DIAMONDS bought, sold, for cash only. Es tates bought BENNETT. 175 B'way (upatalre). HELP WANTED FEMALE. To the Business Men of New York; Many women are being dismissed from the Red Croaa, Army and Navy and War Industries, and are registering through the Employment Bureau ot the Mayora Committee of Women on Reconatructlon and Relief. We aak your cooperation In helDtng ua to nlaca theae faithful women jn profitable employment. Room 701, Hail oMtecorae. worm iui, The Free Employment Bureau of the Mayor'a Committee of Women on Recon struction and Relief offers special atten tion to the Ronun discharged from service In Red Croas, Army and Navy and War In duatrlea, but takea alt women aeeklng em ployment, specialising In Stenographsra and Clerical Workera. Room 701, Hall of Recorda. 31 Chambera Street. YOUNG LADY WANTED AT ONCE Neat young lady as aaslatant ln up-to-date beauty parlors ln Charlotte, N. C, who understands hairdresslng. Marcel waving and manicuring; excellent opportunity t right party; to start lit; hours, 9 to e. Communicate with S. TAGALOG, 308 S. Tryon Street. HELP WANTED MALE. A CONCERN of national scope, with an annual advertising appropriation in exceaa ot half a million, desires the services ot an experienced advertising man, under 40, with highest references and broad experi ence; organisation talent necessary. State age, experience, present salary and date when services would ba available. Aaaress a. m. w pox ho aun omce. Auto School Largest and beat school In the WEST SIDE U.S. Bend for booklet and pais Y. M, O. A. to school. Telephone Columbus 815 Wi 67th St. 7930. Special claaaea for ladles. DRUGGISTS, registered N. Y. State, and Juniors to men who are am bitious to get ahead who are willing to adapt themselves to our syatem and who can produce reaulta. Posi tions are offered ln our stores that preaent excellent opportunity for rapid advancement: salary and commission. Apply any day bstween 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. to Employment Department LIGOETT'S-RIKER-HEOEMAN DHUO STORES, 161 5th Ave. LEARN TO BE A CHAUFFEUR Pleas ant profitable work; day and evening claaaea. Bend for free booklat and pas. WEST SIDH Y. M. C. A.. 318 West 67th St. MEN io deliver telegrams: muat ba neat appearing; bring references; eaay hours; gooq pay, x. nuuu, ass xaroaaway. 8UALL BOY wanted ln larra advartle. ing agency; chance for advancement Ap ply J. WALTER THOMPSON CO.. 344 .(adlson Avenue. New York City, WANTED by large rubber company. Ouice poy, nuuui . oi age, with at leaat one or two yeara high achool edu.atlon: 98.00 week to start Addreas p. o. nox 764 for Interview. SITUATIONS WANTED MALE. " YOUNG MAN, unlveraity graduate, rel cently dlacharged from Array after nearly two years with A- B. F. In France and having had some previous business ainerl. enra. desires position with progressive manufacturing or commercial concern; preaent aalary not ao much an object aa proapect of advancement In keeping with usefulness and ability dsiplayed. Addrssa U.. box lao nun omce. YOUNG, MAN (24), returned soldier. honorably dlacharged, dealrea to learn Journalism on staff of leading newspaper or periodical, two jeara' college training; ambitious and persevering. J, bes 121 Sua r ROD AND niOH WATER FOR LOCAL ANGLERS MOM SEPTEMBER 33 TO SEPTEMBER 3. Handy Hoolf Princess Jamaica Hay Governors Wtlieta New fj?, '"WaOfM. Al.M. AW.M. A.M.llr.M. jJfffSl. EfP'onjberSa., 7:03 734 7:08 7a TA ,00. 7U9 7:48 11:07 11:31 8:39 OflO g'ftomber 23,. 7:47 87 72 8:13 HSU 8.8S 823 8.42 U49 12:12 930 B'43 Hemberat,. 837 8:48 8:33 143 0:12 0JI3 0:04 fM US 12:48 10:01 10:34 tlSISli.i. 7 .9:SP 01la oua-ioua o:42 lo:oa 127 loao 11:01 2l!Jrn,EerH2,,.0:4 ,0' 9 I0'10 ,oa9 0:6 W:io loao 1:21 1:25 11:18 ll:4B SemL!-?!"10'-20. 10:42 lo:2S 10:47 11:06 1137 10:R3 11:14 1:60 IM 11:59 12 38 September 28.. loss n-ai nai na 11:41 121)0 1130 11:50 8:10 338 12'41 ' "" Game Laws of (Compiled by Qeorgs A. .Lawyer Open Seasons. n . Datss Inclusive. Dser (see eaceptloh) Oct. I-Noy. 10 Exception! In Androscoggin, Cumberland,. Kennebec,- Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, w'ao na Tork eountles.Nov., 1-Nor. 30 BUIl moose Mey.St.Nny.se Ilare, rabbit...... nit. i.ar. it 1-: X V squirreii.., Oct Burred grouee, partridge. woodoeck (see exception), Oct, Exception l in Androscoggin, Cumberland, Ken n e b e c. Knox, Lincoln. Sagadahoc Waldo and York countles.Oct i-Oct 31 1-Nov. 10 1-Oct 11 aruose, orani, wnson, r.f.niE' ."ot- "lunulas,... Sept. 16-Dec 31 Black bellied and golden Plovers yedowleg Aug. ll-Nov. 10 "J1'. 0,rier than coot and falllnUles Sept. 1-Nor. 30 No Onen lUunn ni ler on Cross, Scotch, Swan and Mount n... era asianaa, and towns or ueer Isle and Btonlngton, In Hancock county tlA in T.in ir... i Knox couuty, cow and calfl moose, cari bou, quail, Hungarian patrldge. pheasant, oiack game, capercallsle, cock of the woods, dove. Hunting and Fishing Licenses. Non resident hunting licenses, moose, 26; deer ?r?. S?h.er me. October 1-Dscember 21, 315; birds, prior to October 1 ln Aroostook, rranklln, Hancock, Oxford, -Penobscot, Plscataqula, Somerset and Waahlngton counties, ti; aaaaon (except November) In reat of State, S. For November a 116 license, or If moose aro to ba hunted a 826 license la required. Holder of a license may exchange It for a license for which a larger fee is required by paylpg tha difference In price. Non-res!-dent must be accompanied by registered tolde when camping and kindling fires, while hunting or fishing on wild lands (land In unorganised or unincorporated townships) prior to November 30. Non resident or realdant alien, fishing license, 83.16 (not required of children under 14 yrs of age). Resilient alien, game, 116 (not required of aliens who pay taxes on real estate and who have re sided In State two years continuously prior to application). . Guide licenses, non-resident, 30; resident 1. Must not guide more than five persons hunting at one time. Shipping; licenses (within State), resident dser, ll; one pair of game birds In seven .days, 60 cents. Iasued by Com missioner. Realdant himtlnr lleenae ... as ... Not required of resUent or member of immediate family for hunting during open season on own land used exclusively for agricultural purposes find on which he is actually domiciled. License valid as long ,iu remains citixen oi male, issued y eaay, town ana plantation clerks. Bag Limits and Possession. Two deer New York Trout Angler ln Novas Scotia. Aa the trout flahlne, fnp lfila le nee the pleasant days apent by many anglera mi, ue iiixn over ana looxea eacx upon with a arreat deal of nleasur. t have pleasant memorlea of rood nshlnr on the Neveralnk River early ln the aaaaon. or tne paat three weeka or more I have had the ttlea.tire nf flahln, ,1.... and lakea that have been familiar hxunta to me irom boyhood daya. The streams I have fished are ln Colcheater county. Nova Scotia, and have their origin in the Cobequld Mountains and en.pty Into Cobequld Bay, at the headwatera ot the Bay of Fundy. There are six or more atreama In thia section and aa many lakea on top ot the mountain that furnlah aplendld fly fish ing. The atreama are all) open and flow through wooda and meadows. I flahed the atreama with dry fly only thia year and never failed to get a nice baaket of flah each time. The trout are very gamy In theae clear, cold faat flowing atreama and furnlah excellent aport I found the Royal Coachman to be the beat fly. I had good auccess though with Olive Dun, Whirling Dun and Pink Lady. I had aplandld Ashing on the different lakea, especially Caatlereagh Lake that I fished with my old friend and com panion of many fishing trips. Dr. Peal Doherty. His son, Kamp, who had Just returned from overseas, was with us. Ha said that many a night ha lay on tha shell swept flelda of France and Belgium and wondered If he would come through It all and ever again cast' a fly over the waters oi uaanereagn uiae, wneye ne had epent many happy daya. AS we sat around the camp fire at night, with only the crackling of the fire to break the quietness ot the forest, all the horrors he had been through aeemed almost a dream to him. I also apant delightful daya at Econ omy Lake and Newton Lake, both of which furnished fine fishing. I had the pleaaure of converting a bait fisherman Into what I am aure will be a good fly fisherman. After missing several rises and landing half a dosen nice onea he aoon got the knack of handling the rod and line, and aa we rowed ashore the 'bait can landed under a tree aeventy-flve feet away, and Is atlll there. The Portauplque, Debert and Glen holme rlvera are tbe best and any fisher man visiting this section ot Nova Scotia will be rewarded with good trout fishing, ideal places to camp out and an all around good time. The three beat files for the lakea were Professor, Montreal and Cahlll. I alao took flah on the Royal 'Coachman, Silver Doctor and Queen ot the Watera. J. G. FULTON. Bass River, N, 3., Sept 19. Three Anglers Take 3 Channel Base Each, Gus Wlttkamp of Corson's Inlet, N, J., reports that six channel bass were taken on Friday laat at that fishing station. Two flah each were taken by II. A. Schutte of Fordham road. New York: Ike Newlln of Philadelphia and Walter Wie gard of Bordentown, N. J. Couldn't I-ote 'Em. During the latter' part of Auguat a party ot four from Brooklyn took a two week" fishing cruise on a catboat on Barnegat Bay. At the end of the crulae one of the members threw overboard a pair of trou sers that had served their time, t They were eaat in the middle of the bay about opposite Sloop Creek.. Three of the party returned home. The one who remained was out with another party a week later, and at a point at leaat ten miles below na rtooKea what he at flrat auppoeed to be a big fluke i but on getting his "catch" to the top of the water he waa very much surprised when ' he recognlaed the "pants" thrown overboard on the previous cruise. As Barnegat Bay la about ten miles wide and twenty miles long the story looks "fishy," but tt'a "cross my heart'' truth, Brooklyn, Sept. 21. POP. Woeka and Bluee Off Manhattan Beach, At the Bell Buoy off Manhattan Reach the other day a party consisting of Walter oneiaon ana aeieon . .MCKay, irom wai den, N. Y two boya who are expert trout nenermen, wun unaries uunring and my self, caught fifteen weakflsh chumming, and In the afternoon we trolled bluefish, catching three out of five strikes we had. The bluesxhlng waa Interesting to the boya from Walderv, especially Sheldon, who took great Interest ln the way these bull doga ot the aaa fought, and aeveral tlmea expreaae'd the desire to catch them with rod and reel on light tackle, which eome day he may have an opportunity to do, I hope. Once when his back waa turned I tugged hla line, and like a flash he whirled around with both hands hauling until he had realised his nsh waa gone; then looking me straight In the eye, his suspicion aroussd, he exclaimed! "You Indian!1' and we all enjoyed tha laugh on him. The weakflsh did not bite at their beat, We had to wait for them unttl nearly high water slack, and. nearly all our flah we caught In about an hour, except a few which we landed on the ebb tide after moving our boat weat of the buoy. Charlie and I expect to catch a mesa of those bVueflsh next week If tha weather hoida out and the weatsrly winds prevail, for on the next eaaterly atorm I think bluefish will bid ua a fond farewell until next aummer. REED GRASS. New York, Bept. 21, New Gunning Club for Long Ialand. In anticipation of the big duck and game aeaaon that all sportsmen are look ing forward to on I.ong island a new cleb la being formed, with headquartera near Patchogue. Instead of arranging individual .or little party groupa a number of New York sportsmen are arranging to take over the well known hotel at Water Ialand on Great South Beach near Patchogue. Tha hotel Is being completely refitted as a huntsman's lodge and an experienced chat will be on hand, ao that nlmroda will bo assured hot only all the exhilaration ot the hunt but all tha comforts of horns when the day's work Is done. The clubhouse will be adornM, with trophies thst testify the skill of the mem bers. 1 The disciples ot Izaak Walton will also AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE. RIMS and rim part rts for all cars. We can tVTS R.m. mw L Ultb aUrsax, atop tnat aqueaK. j tXXm JiiCm AO-J West GUN' NEWS Maine, and Frank L. Earnshaw.) (exespt in Androscoggin, Cumbsrland, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc. Waldo and York counties, limit 1), 1 bull moose a season, 6 ruffed krouse, 10 ducks. 8 geese, 8 brant 15 ln all of plovers ami yellowlegs, but not. morw thirj ;wo.-:,j 10 Wilson anlpe, 6 woodcock, 60 sora ana; , 26 In ell of other ralla. coot and 'ralllnulet a day. Transportation of migratory gams birds muat be completed within five day after close of season; rsaaonable time al lowed after close of 'sesrton to transport other game to home of owner. Possession el migratory birds limited to nrst 10 days of close season; deer legally secured may; be poaaeased during cloae season. Sale. Bale of all protected game birds prohibited: sale of bull moose or deer for export prohibited. Local provision difaler under 15 license may purchase Z deer and 1 bull moose for retail to his customers. Deer skins and skins with' heads attached may be bought and sold by rcaldenta under 125 license. Heads when detached from aklna with which purchaaed may be aold to licensed tax. Idermleta. Export. Export ot all protected game prohibited, provided a resident of the State under shipping license may, export 6 partridges, 10 woodcock and 10 ducks (fee 15) lawfully killed by himself. lA non-resident may export, open to view under hunting license tags, 2 deer and 1 bull moose. 'If lawfully killed by himself, plainly labelled with name and address of owner, accompanied by him and Iden tified at points designated by Commis sioner, and under bird hunting license may take home 6 partridges, 10 ducks and 10 woodcock lawfully killed by him self; non-resident licensee may also ship out one pair of game birds a month under a special 50 cent license. Live game may be exported for breeding and advertising purposes under permit ot the Commis sioner of Inland Fisheries and Game. Miscellaneous, Unlawful to poesess rifle or shotgun, either loaded or with a cart, ridge In the magazine thereof, ln or orf any motor vehicle while upon any high-' way or In the flelda or forests. Commissioner may make local regula tions and Oovornor may suspend hunting seasons during drought tAll hunting Is prohibited en Klneo 1 Point Plscatsaula county, on Black Bay V. above Grand Trunk Railroad bridge' and on Rlchmondfl Island, Cumberland county, southern point Swan Island, and locally In town of Eden, Hancock county and town of Scarboro, Cumberland county. (See State, laws for detalla and other pron tected areas.) tSqulrrola proteoted In parka and In compact or built up portions of cities and villages. ITerm applies to animate under 1 year of age and which do not have at leaat two 3 Inch pronga to each horn. find the club a convenient centre for their5 expeditions for bluefish, bass, weakflsh and' flounders. Plans for the organisation of the new club are being rapidly formulated and ate In charge of Vernon C. Ryder, organising secretary, 41 Park Row. A limit of 100 has been placed on the membership. There are placea still open' for a limited number of sportsmen, and details of the club may be secured from Mr. Ryder. The club will open Its doors for the flrat day of the duck aeaaon, October 16. ROD AND OTJN. U. S. ARMY GOODS Woolen Underwear (1.38 Amir Shoes , 4.80 Hip Rubber Boots , 3.88 Nheepaktn Lined Coats. 13.80 Leather Coats , 8.00 Khaki Pants 1.38 Sheets 78 Comforters 1.80 Woolen Socks 38o to SOc Come and Look These Over. 3S0 Bridge St. nr Pulton St., Hronklyn. 330 Knickerbocker Avenue. Brooklyn. 318 Fifth Ave., nr-3d St., Brooklyn. FROM THE BATTERY STEEL MOTOR VESSEL TO THE PRISCILLA FISrNGKS REFRESHMENTS SERVED. LADIES ACCOMMODATED. LEAVES AT 7:00 A. M. EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY AND FRIDAY. Capt. ENGLAND. 5:30 A.M. DAILY, SUNDAY 4 A.M. JOSEPHINE leaves JJunne'a Dock, Sheepthead Bay, except Monday and Friday' for Bra Baas and Hlnclifiah. Capts BERT. BATTERY LANDING SATURDAY AFTERNOON I P. Mt FALCON Le,v?" tY"y Tuesday, Wednes A r -..v',aJ.VThur,da'r an1 Sunday, I A. M.. for the Cholera Danka. BASS BASS BASS. leaves Dunne's. Sheepahea Bay. dally excent Monday. I, 8 A. M.: Runday, 7 A. M. yMS 1IUS Giralda Bra Boas, Blackflsh and Fluke. .ttiu except .lon S At M. Dock foot Oceun Ave., Slierpsliead, Sun., 7 A. M. wapi. D. MARTIN. Shamrock leaves Sheepehead Bay, dally, except Monday, I A. M., Sun.. 7 A. M. Capt. PLAQyi. SEA HASS. l'LUKE. BLACKFISH rVl.J.R. III. ?"' ' A. M,: daily Sheepsheail Bay, T 7 t. A except .mo nilnv. Capt. L. HARMS. j- .VI'J "NO AND HIACKriSli: V17T nriTV'vs- Sheepshead Bay Dally YJLtLULell I A- Ma Suudav. 7 A. M. auuvwi Capt. BILL STEPHENS. FLOUNDERS AND BLACKFISH, 4Drnn leaves New Rochelle. Hudson DinS. prk, Tues., Wed.. Thurs. as " ' MU ' Sunday. A. M. Bring worms. II. 8 A. M. Dally. 3. P.M. Sat'dy. .7 A.M. Sund'r. Oapt. Tom, formerly of 'Reliable' Dunne's Dock leaves Wreck Lead, 6:13 train dally exc. lion, and Frl.i Sunday, 6:36 train. Capt George W. Wllsoa. SKA BASS AND FLUKE. Rft 1 1 1 lin leavea dally 8 A. M Sundays Ii I Ilia ll 7 A. M.. from Sheepanea , U. LUHUI r.ty- cpt. ANTON LUNDY leaves L. I. R. R. fitetlsa Wrsck Lead dally exceat Monday, 8:48 train. Sutw day. 5:25 train. Rathmaa. SKA BASS FLUKE. capt. oua RAC. SRABASS, I EVELYfi SRABASS, HLACKFISH AND POROIE9, Sunday 8 A. M Sheepehead. Capt, J MARTIN. - a mrCnU 10 A. M. Dally, 8 A, M. Sun. SEAriutUN day, Osborne Dock. Capt, Wr.rik Daumann. formerly ot the Moccasin. nUOL III III DICK and KHNS DolauradoraS't1; leaves Messenger's, Canarala, L, uun. ana aauy exc. nd Frl, TUEO.FElrH; ELSIE leaves Cirson i-oini tubs day, Thursday and Sunday A M. lor nsning. at. uoe. EDITH M IM Kr!'y a.n A. M.; Battery. 7: every day exc lion, and ibin ni., aaoooaen, 00 A. M. 1 ADMIRAL 10 A M. oapt CHARLIE, formerly of Sea Plgeoa. - a aj a n A leavea Freeport dally, SELNAUA.xc. Mo. nd Frl., 7;,L nnday 8-.30 A. M. 8EA BASS AND BLACKFIMI liuflTDV flunday A. M.j Dally ;Jr. Dock. BheepiheaA. ALERT Isaves Carman'a Dock, Wrecs Lead. Tues , Wed., Thurs., Sat, 1 1 1 train: Bun.. 1:38 train. AMEIUCAL tehee! L Bheetisnead Bay. pa. I MT A leaves canarale 7U6 Dally, OU. Lllssr. Capt. McAVOy nil. aj rr leaves Canarsia Dally except UUAPit n Monday. 7 A. M AUUfVI Clason Point. 3 A. 51, Thurs. HrlYl I 8. dayt Sunday. Tuesday en p p l-l fl leaves Canarsie every day, Jrt r r II U J!jf JO,,N If ANbEN .'.: P' BELMONT i 2 P. M. Dally, IA.ll, Sunday JSNaUUi. HA '.Vft. 'I y,7 .xAjftil