The Ridgewood Herald from Ridgewood, New Jersey on October 29, 1925 · 23
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The Ridgewood Herald from Ridgewood, New Jersey · 23

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Thursday, October 29, 1925
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THE RIDGEWOOD HERALD. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1925 Twenty-Tli retf ' k-Wig'W hi 1 . 1 .. 5. S i ' There Is No Stock Market Guide Like The: News ). ' i . SUCCESSFUL Wall Street operator told a-Congressional investigating committee that he wanted no secret leaks., or information to win. All he Beetled was the correct news at the same time every one else received it hevvs from which he could decide Tmmself -what to do. ,, f " . Tips are the pitfalls of the market for the unwary. There is no way to judge events for the long pull as bankers and financiers do except by knowing the news. 1 i It is necessary to hav all the important news. Money,; prices, records, prop, trade and company reports, exchange and commerce statistics promptly and correctly gathered and printed, and the events of the financial world intelligently interpreted; all this news must be had to form an opinion of the markets course. - The financial news of The New York Times is taken as a guide by more bankers, business men and investors than that of any other newspaper. The Times presents daily a more comprehensive news report of financial affairs than can be had elsewhere. Its tables of prices are accepted as the standard records of securities prices because of their correctness and completeness. The financial news of The New York Times is your best guide. i Read Nnu fork tHimrs Day BUSINESS OUTLOOK It Extremity Favorable Says Oliver B. Surpless Reviewing the present business situation and outlook, Oliver B. Surpless, of Ridgewood, President of the firm of Surpless, Dunn & Co., New York City, manufacturers direct representative, finds the outlook very favorable. Mr. Surpless says: We take pleasure in stating that from the standpoint of stability and volume, the controlling elements are exceptionally favorable to an excellent condition of business for a long time to come. Let us first refer to the financial status: We find for the nine months of this year a decided increase in bank clearings over the same period of the previous year. As regards new construction, we find an increase of at least 12 per cent, over 1924 for the same period, and they tell us that the pig iron production was close to 18 per cent, above 1924. As an evidence of the state of mind as regards confidence on the part of our people, we find a very large increase in the number of new corporations over the previous year. This is truly important, as it shows clearly a big increase in the investment of new capital and undoubtedly means a bit more competition among producers. "The first nine months of this year showed a decrease in reported failures, which in itself is evidence ot improved business conditions, although the writer wishes to add that in his survey of affairs he is happily convinced that those responsible for the safe conduct of business are coming back to real hard work, realizing the necessity of. cutting down their hours of pleasure. A careful checking of the general situation shows the encouraging fact that credit resources are not overtaxed, and there is no inflation of prices as apply to commodities. Taking into careful consideration everything that influences the business world, we find a situation existent throughout the country that is highly satisfactory. Looking into the future, we predict a continued activity, which will more likely increase rather than otherwise, and every sign points to continued improvement, albeit mod erate. Let us endeavor with a sincerity of purpose to bring about a better relationship between those who employ and those who enter the employ. ROXY BACK AGAIN To Broadcast This Friday With New Gang Roxy and His Gong will return tr radio at 9 oclock this Friday night for an hours program before the WEAF microphone. Thereafter once a week the gang will appear at a regular period to be announced. Requests for information as to what type his program would be have mat with Roxys characteristic answer: All I know now is Hello, . Everybody! He has recently returned from Ehrope and has been occupied grouping His Gang for broadcasting The Gang has now been formed and includes several artists who arc well known to radio listeners. Fol lowing is a list of those who will par ticipate in these weekly programs from WEAF: Duke Yellman and or chestra, Douglas Stanbury, baritone; Jack Oakley, baritone; Joseph Wet zel, tenor; Adrien Da Silva, tenor, Frank Moulan, singer-comedian; Max Terr, accompanist; Olive Cornell coloratura soprano; Phoebe Crosby soprano; Jessica Dragonette, soprano; Frederic Fredkin, violinist; Joseph Stopack, violinist; Florence Mullul land, contralto, and Geoffry OHara, singer and composer. r Open a CHARGE ACCOUNT You May Have a Year to Pay. No advance over our conceded lowest-in-the-city prices. OPEN Monday, Friday and Saturday Evenings. One of Patersons Largest Furniture Institutions. 400 Main Street Formerly Spitz Dept. Store Do You Realize That Thanksgiving Is Near and That the Dining Room Now Needs Attention Very Special! Card Tables, $1.69 Folding Card Tables as pictured. Substantially built and handsomely finished. Reinforced and rigid. An Extraordinary Dining 8 f 1 M d With K,atherette tops- 13 wr . i JJ Sells regular up to $3. lioom Value. No Phone Orders. None C. 0. D. 10-Piece Dining Room Suite, $129.50 i In French Walnut. An unusual suite. All of the 10 pieces made at the same factory, assuring the best of construction and uniform woods. Large Buffet, Handsome China Closet, Oblong Extension Table, Cabinet Server, 5 Chairs and 1 Arm Chair to match. Choice of French Walnut 10-Piece Dining Room Suite, or American Walnut Dining Room Suites, $147.50 These are Queen Anne or Renaissance Suites, in genuine American Walnut, veneered and well finished. The drawer work is all dovetail construction. There is a buffet, a large china closet, a cabinet server, an oblong extension table, five chairs and one armchair to match. Upholstered in genuine brown leather. These suites are considered good value at $250.00. H99.50 French Walnut A choice collection of Dining Room Suites in French Walnut, Queen Anne and Renaissance styles. Suite consists of 10 pieces Buffet, China, Server, Extension Table, 5 ('hairs and I Arm Chair. These suites sell regular up to $205.00. VERY SPECIAL! Duty of Voting Mrs. Charles W. Stockton, Presiilcn: of the Ridgewood Republican Unit was one of the speakers at a meet ing of the Womans Branch of the Paterson Coolidgo Club last Thursday In her remarks she stressed the fact that clean polities is a religious work In a recent survey of representative churches it was found that onlj twenty-three per cent of the mem bers in one case had voted at the pr? vious election, and in no ease wen seventy-five per cent of the member consistent voters year after year She said she felt that no one had r right to be in America unless lie votes and does his share to make tht country a better place to live in. Btrgen Boy Wins The twenty-second annual National Business Show at the New York 69th Regiment Armory closed Saturday night. The feature ot the day was the presentation of medals to th winners of the Herald Tribune prize essay event for commercial students The winning essays were selected from more than 600 contributions submitted by sixty-four schools represented at the show. Thq winner of the first prize, a gold medal, was Leonard Beu arf, sixteen years old, of Hackensack High Sehool. If Really Busy A body who keeps busy hardly ever becomes a busybody. Boston Tran-'script 10-Piece Grand Rapids Made by the famous Berkey & Gay Factory. The Berkey & Gay puts this suite in a class by itself. The workmanship is the same as this celebrated factory put into their very best suites. If you are interested in a suite of the better class, you must see this one. Other Grand Rapids Dining Room Suites up to $1,500 All Especially Priced. To induce you to visit our Bedroom Suite and Living Room Suite Floors, which are the most spacious in Paterson, we have priced these two suites at one-third off. Now at $199.50, instead of $303.00 The Bedroom Suite la the newest Uuegenot Finish. That beautiful brown tint in between the French Walnut and the American Walnut. The Dresser is 48 inches, with a large mirror. The Vanity is full size, with triple mirrors. The Chifferobe is large and roomy, and the Bed is a solid panel head and foot board, handsomely designed. The entire suit was designed to sell for much more than this low price. Finished inside, as well as outside. Dont miss this suite at . 0 H99.50 , The Living Room Suite A Genuine Mohair Suite in that beautiful taupe and rose. The seats are made wilh best quality brocatelle and damasks on one side, and reverse in the same mohair. There is a large Settle, a roomy Side Chair and a luxurious and comfortable Wu.g Chair. Each piece with loose spiing cushions on all spring construction. Would be considered good value at the regular price of $275. Special at n99.50 if

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