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BrooklynTaxpayers
Fight Barren Island
Garbage Contract
I
?
Supreme Court To Be
Asked to Restrain Pay?
ment of $1,000 a Day
Award Not Advertised
Brooklyn Ash Removal Com?
pany to Get Plum Worth
$1,000,000 a Year
Brooklyn taxpayers will apply to the
Supreme Court to-day for an order to
compel Mayor Hylan and other city
officials to show cause why they should ;
not be prevented from fulfilling a con- j
tract to pay the New York Utilization.
Company $1,000 a day to reopen the
Barren Island garbage disposal plant. !
R Percy Chittenden, a Brooklyn,
lawyer, said last night, that he would
appear as counsel for several Brooklyn
civic organiaztions that are waging the ,
light against the resumption of the re-1
duction work on Barren Island.
"We are bringing this action, said |
Mr. Chittenden, "because Commis- ?
Kioner MacStay of the Department of
Street Cleaning made this contract
without advertising for bids, as the
law provides. Copies of the order will :
bo served on Mayor Hylan, on Con-,
troller Cralg, to prevent him paying:
any public money on this contract, and
on Commissioner MacStay to prevent j
him from having garbage delivered to,
the Barren Island plant."
Mr.' Chittenden said that garbage!
was delivered to Barren Island on Sat- ;
urday for the purposes of making tests
preliminary to opening the plant to
capacity. He said his injunction would
force the city to send its garbage to
Staten Island and reopen the plant
there.
Commissioner MacStay was wrought
up yesterday because of the eiTorts to
prevent the reopening of the Barren
Island plant.
"I made the contract in accordance
with a prorogative given the Street
Cleaning Commissioner under the chat
tor," he said. "The contract with the
New York Utilization Company run?*
until January' !?? ' ca" break it im?
mediately if I obtain satisfactory bids
from other contractors and I adver?
tised to-day. Bids are to be opened
next Friday."
A three and possibly a five year con?
tract is about to be awarded to the
Brooklyn Ash Removal Company by the
Ilylan administration for the removal
of ashes in Brooklyn, Manhattan and
The Bronx.
It is estimated that the bid which
the city officials are planning to ac?
cept proposes an increased cost of
51,000.000 a year over tho existing
contract. The official who has this
matter in charge is Commissioner
MacStay. Mr. MacStay said yesterday
that his advertisement for bids for
this contract had brought but Iwo re
sponses, one from the Brooklyn Ash
Removal Company and the other from
"George Plynn."
The Brooklyn A ?-li Removal Com?
pany has had a contract with the city
for this work for the last fivo years,
and this agreement lapses next month.
This concern's old contract called for
?'.':! cents per unit (one and a half
cubic yards', but in their new bid they
ask $1.40 per unit. The "Flynn" bid
quoted $1.75 for the removal of each
unit.
President W. F. Donovan of the com?
pany said he was under the impression
that the mysterious "Mr. Flynn" who
v,na his rival bidder was George 11.
) linn, of Plinn & Booth, 17 Battery
Place. Mr. Donovan said this was the
largest concern in the world engaged
in the business of disposing of the
iish accumulation of municipalitie .
Italian Discount
Co. Opens To-day
Will Specialize in Italian Ex?
port and Import
T, ade
The Italian Discount, and Trust
Company, which was organized re?
cently under the auspices of the Guar?
anty Trust Company and the Bane:1
Italiana di Sconto, will begin business
this morning in the quarters pr?parai
for it at 3'.'0 Broadway, at the corner
of Walker Street. A general banking
and trust_ business will be transacted,
with special attention given to Italian
export ami import, trade
The company is incorporated under
the laws of New York State, with a
capital of $500,000 and a surplus of
$250,000. George P. Kennedy, formerly
assistant treasurer of the Guaranty
Trust Company, is president, and t?.
Biasutti manager of the Florcnci
branch of the Banca Italiana di
Sconto, is vice-president. Among the
directors ;;re Alexander J. Hemnhill.
Kugene W. Stetson, Harry Lawton and
Theodore Rousseau, of the Guaranty
Trust Company; Connu, Angelo Pog
liani, managing director of the Banca
Italiana di Sconto; Emanuel Gorli,
Judge John J. Preschi, Mr. Kennedy
and Mr. Biasutti.
The Banca Italiana di Sconto, with
which the Italian Discount and Trust
Company is affiliated, is among the
leading banks of Italy, having sevcnl
branches in that country. Guglielmo
Marconi, inventor of wireless teleg*
raphy, is chairman of its board of
directors.
Praise Minimum Wage Law
Benefits derived by both employers
and Vbor through the numerous "ex?
periments conducted by the govern?
ment of Australia in the solution of
wage problems ere enumerated in a
report just issued by the -National In?
dustrial Conference Hoard.
The principle of the "living wage"
an the minimum below which no em
ployer might hire labor, has been
adopted and found successful, it is
said.
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Classified Advertising Columns
SURROGATES* NOT!. ES
IN* PURSUANCE OB" AN ORDER OF!
Honorablu .John P. Cobalan, a Surrogate
of tho County of New York, NOTICE Is
hereby given to all persons having claims |
against Lucy L*uir>.-(]go Loe, late of the
County of New Sfork, d'-ocased, to present?
tho samo with vouchers thereof, to the
subscribers, at their place of transacting
business, at the office of Satterlee, Cunflcid ?
& Stone, their attorneys, at No. 49 Wall ;
St., in the Borough of Manhattan, In the
r-itj of .\e-.v York, State of New York., on
or before the 1st ?lay of April, 1919, next. |
Lated, New York, the 14th day of M.p- !
tember, 19 is.
HERBERT L. SATTERLEE,
BANKERS TRUST COMPANY,
I'Jxeouto.s. I
SATTERI BE, CANFIELD & STONE At- I
torneys f<?r Executors, Offlc?? and P. O. \
address, 49 Wall Strebt, Borough of i
Manhattan, New York City.
STERLING, JOHN v!.~In pursuance of an j
order of the Hon. John V. Cohalan, a Sur- I
regate of the County of New York, notice j
Is hereby given to all persons having claims ?
against .lohn W. Sterling, lata of the County i
nt New York, deceased, to present the same, j
with the vouchers th?:reor, *o the subscrib?
ers, at their place of transacting business, I
at ?>ie office of their attorneys, Mes?, s. j
Shearman A- Sterling, 55 Wall Street, Bor- ]
oufh ?.r Manhattan, City of New York, on
i< ore April -.'i. 1919
Dated, New York, October 4, 191.
.1 .MES O. BLOSS, i
?EOROE II. CHURCH,
THE FARMERS' LOAN AND
TRUST COMPANY, Executors.
SHEARMAN & STERLING.
Attorneys for Executors,
.5 Wall Street,
New York City.
COPP. EMILY M.?IN PURSUANCE OT I
an order of lion. .John P. Cohalan, a I
Surrogate of t?ie County of New York,
notice is hereby given to all persons hav- I
ing claim? against iCmlly M. Copp, late
of the County of New York, deceased, to j
present ?he ?,atne with vouchers thereof !
to tho rubscrlbere at their place of Irans- I
acting business, at the office of tho Union I
Trust Company ?,f New i'ork, No. 8? .
Broadway, In the City of N ?w York, on I
or before the 15th ?lay of November next. I
Dated. Now York, tho eighth day of May, !
UNION TRUST COMPANT
OF NEW YORK.
LEWIS L PAWCETT.
Executors.
JAMES M. FAWCETT,
Attorney for Executors, S38 Broadway?
Borough of Manhattan, New York.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
Honorable John P. Cohalan. a Surrogate
of the County of New York, NOTICE It
hereby given to a!l persons having claims
OKitliUrt JAMES KEMPSTER. lato of th?
County of New York, ??.ceased, to present
the same, with vouchers thereof, to the I
subscrlbtr, at his placo or transacting busi?
ness, at the olHce of Bradford Butler, his
attorney, at No. .23 Broadway, In the
Borough of Manhattan. In the City of New
York, State of New York, on or before th*
24th day of December, 1918, next. ,
Dated, New York, tho 22d (lav of June,
191.. WILLIAM P. BOWMAN,
Executor.
BRADFORD BUTLER, Attorney for Ex
. cutor, Office ami P. O. A.idress. 231
Broadway, Borough of Manhattan,
New York City. ]
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF '
Honorable .!?>lm p. Cohalan, a Surrogate
of the County of New York, NOTICE Is
hereby given to all persons having claims
against Wllhelmlna K. Lii-.it.rjmig, late of
?h?. County of New York, City of New1
' York, deceased, to present the same with
vouchers ?hereof to the subscriber, at its
place of transacting business, No. SO Broad?
way, Borough of Manhattan, in the City of
New York, on or before the Sth day of
March next.
Dated, New York, .ho 21st day of Au?
gust, 191S.
CENTRAL UNION TRUST COMPANY
OF NEW YORK". Executor.
ADOLPH & HENRY BLOCH, Att'ys for
Executor, '.'!? Nassau Street, Now York.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
Honorable John P. Cohalan, a Surrogat?
of the County of New York, Notice Is
hereby given to all persons having claim?
gainst Henry D. Babeock, iate of the
County of N?w York, deceased, to present
the same with vouchers thereof to the sub?
set I her, at place <t transacting business, at
the office of 0. Archibald Murray, No. 49
Wall Street, in the City of New York, on
or before the (3th duy of Januarv next.
Dated, New York, the 28th day of June?
1918,
ANNA M. BABCOCK, Executrix.
WOODWARD BABCOCK, Executor.
HENRY ROGERS WINTIIROP,
3. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. Attv.e(for??_.
ccutors 49 Wall Street. N. Y. City.
BRADFORD, HOWARD C.?IN PUR3U
iuice of an order of Honorablo John P.
Cohalan, n Surrogate of tho County of New
York, NOTICE is hereby given to all per?
sons having claims against Howard O.
Bradford, late of the County of New York
?. eased, to present the samo with vouch?
er.? I hereof to the subscriber, at his plac?
of transacting business, No. 28 Liberty
Street, Borough of Manhattan, In the City
of Now York, on or befoio the 15th day of
January, 1919.
Dated, Nov.- York, the 5th day of July.
1918- HARTLEY J. WRIGHT,
Administrator.
fEKSONAL
11 LEONARD I/. RICHARDSON (of Iowal
?oiihl care to write, I'd like to hear from
hitn. 1). Koncilman, 400 Central ave., New?
ark, N. J. Cure Mrs. Kttebler.
. trees; average- samo dato for UUrty-thrto year?,
46 degree..
Humidity.
3 a. m.SS ' 1 p. in.48 I I p. m.S:'
.??.meter Reading?.
5 n. ni...30,11 I 1 p. m. ..30.18 | 8 p. m...30.-6
Looal Forocut: Pair t??-day anj Tuesday; not
ntui'li chango In temperature; diminishing north
Market Barometers
Stock Exchange Transactions
Stocks
Rail Other All
stocks. stocks. stocks.
Last -*'k. 1.046.800 2,730,900 3,771,700
Weekbef. 665,800 3.747,500 4.413,300
Year ago. 703,600 3,737,000 4,440,600
January 1 to date:
1918... 16,800.100 102.584.500 119,384,600
1917.. .20.331,100 141,806,700 162,137,800
1916.. .30.122.300 144,491,340 174.613,600
Bonds
Week Year
Last week, before. before.
l.S.g..$39,354,000 $24,851.000 $8,829,000
RTrs.. 10,919,000 6,839.000 3,797,000
Oth'rs. 21.849.000 14,347,000 7,063,000
AH k'ds 71.122,000 46.037.000 19.689,000
January 1 to date:
vis. 1917.
I . S. gov.$977,853.000 $191,644,000
Railroads .... 139,007,000 180.08^,000
Others . 451,873,000 443,627,000
All bonds. .. .1,568,633,000 993,357,000
Stock and Bond Averages
Stocks
Last week Week before.
High. Low. High. Low.
20 Railroads..79.15 76.05 75.35 73.85
30 Itidustr'ls..87.37 84.97 87.13 83.37
i SoCk<.84.08 81.40 82.42 79.56
Bonds
Last week Week before.
High. Low. High. Low.
10 Railroads..85.77 82.11 81.75 80.72
110 Intlustr'ls..91.97 91.20 90.96 90.81
5 Utilities. ..87.95 85.80 85.95 85.75
26 Bonds.88.68 86.48 85.95 85.75
(Same week last year)
High. Low.
20 Fiai i road? . 66.20 64.45
h dustria?s . 70.03 67.37
50 Stocks . 67.90 66.20
Bonds
?10 Railroads . 81.65 80.73
10 Industrials . 91.87 91.40
5 Utilities . 93.61 93,32
_S Bonds . 38.13 87.53
January 1 to date:
Slocks
1918. 1917.
High. Low. High, Low.
20 Railroads..79.16 66.12 89.35 64.45
?50 [ndustr'ls..88.83 73.37 97.40 67.37
50 Socks ...84.08 70.30 91.24 66.20
Bonds
1918. 1917.
High. Low. High. Low. !
10 Rail road?.. 85.75 76.62 93.80 80.73
10 induHtr'l?..91.97 67.40 98.30 81.40
D Utilities...89.02 82.60 101.48 92.60 !
.. Bond* ...88.68 83.62 95.52 87.631
SURROGATES' NOTICES
to Tin: people of the state op ?
NEW YORK, by the grace of God free
and Independent.?To TUB BANT O'' ? ??W I
YORK, NATIONAL BA. KINO .? .?sOCIA-!
TION. and to all creditors or persons
claiming to he creditors o? JOSE MAR- !
CBLINO HURTADO, deceased, whose |
name? und places of residence are un- ;
known, and cannot after diligent search !
anil inquiry be ascertained, SEND GREET- I
ING:
WHEREAS, .TOSE MARCELINO HUR- ?
TADO, deceased, '.ate of the City of i
Bologna, Kingdom of Italy, died Intestate
on the 11th day of June. 1917, in said City
of Bologna, Kingdom of Italy, and
WHEREAS, The Countess Ellsabetta
Nani-Mocenigo is the sole person entitled
under the. Laws of the Kingdon "f Italy
to tho possession and administration of the '
personal estate of Bald Jose Marcelino Hur- !
tado, deceased; and
WHEREAS, Th? said Countess Ellsa?
betta Nani-Moeenlgo, by an Instrument In ,
writing dated June '!, 1918, has appointed'
Joseph Andrews her a'torner In fact, to '
receive Ancillary Letters o: Administra- '
tioii on the Goods, Chatteia a-..* Credits of:
said Jose Marrr'.ino Hurtad... deceased,
within the County and State of New York. !
Upon the petition of Joseph Andrews,
who resides at the Town of Englewood,
State of New Jersey,
YOU, and each of you. are hereby cited
to show cause, before the Surrogates' Court
of New Yor!: County, held at the Hall of
Re.jords, in the County of New York, on
the '.'?tii dar of November, 1918, at half
past ten o'clock In the forenoon of that .
day, why Ancillary Letters of Administra?
tion on the Ou?dB, Chattels and Credits of
.Tose Marcelino Hurtado, late a resident of
the City of Bologna, In tho Kingdom of
Italy, deceased, should not be issued tu
Joseph Andrews without bond.
?N TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we have
caused the .seal of the Surrogates' Court of
the said "ounty of New York to be here?
unto affixed.
WITNESS. HON. ROBERT LUDLOW
VOWLElt, a Surrogate ?f said
[L. S.] .County, at the CouHy of New,
York, on the 8th day ?if October,
In the year of our Lord oro thousand nine
hundred and eighteen.
DANIEL J. DOW.WliT,
Clerk of the Su ?ogatet Court.
SATTERLEE, CANFIELD & STONE, At?
torneys for Petitioner, Office and Post
ofilce Adtiress, No. 40 Wail Street, Bor-)
ough of Manhattan, City of New York.
NICKEL, CHARLES F.?IN PURSUANCE
of an order of Honorable John P. Co?
halan. a.? Surrogate of the County of New
York, notice is hereby given to ail persona
having claims against Charles F. Nickel,
Ute of the County of New York, deceased,
to present the same with voucher? thereof
to the subscribers, at thoir placo of trans?
acting busii.es?, the office of the United
State? Fidelity & Guaranty Company, No,
' 49 Cedar Street, New York City, on or be.
for* the 15th day of November. 1911.
Dated. New York, May 8th, 191?.
FREDERICK A. BRAUN,
THOMAS D. CONROY.
Temporary Administrator?.
I GREENE, HURD & STOW ELL, Attor.
nevs for Frederick A. Braun, 43 Ex?
change Place, New York City,
ALFRED L. MARILLEY, Attorney for
I Thomas D. Conroy, 20 Nassau Street,
New York City.
KING, KARLENE E.?IN PURSUANCE
of an on.^r of Honorable .lohn P. Co
halan, a Surrogat?' of the County of New
York, NOTICE Is hereby given to all per?
sons having claim? against KARLENE E,
KING, late of the County of New York,
i deceased, to present the same with vouch?
ers thereof to the subscriber, at its placo
of transacting business. No. 60 Broadway,
In tho Borough of Manhattan, In the City
of New York, State of New York, on or
before tho 10th day of January, 1919.
Dated, New York, tho 3d day of July,
1016.
COLUMBIA TRUST COMPANY,
Temporary Administrator.
DAVIES. AUERBAC1I ?fc CORNELL, At?
torneys for Temporary Administrator,
Office & Post Office Address. 34 Nassau ;
Street, Borough of Manhattan, New
York City.
MILLER, JACOB WILLIAM.?IN PURSU- !
anee of an order of Honorable John P. ,
Cohalan, a Surrogate of the County of New
York, NOTICE is hereby given to all per?
sons having claims ?gainst Jacob William
Miller, late of the County of New York,
deceased, to present the same, vlth vouch?
ers therrof, to the subscriber?, at their
place of transacting business, at tho office
of Messrs. Satterlee, Canfleld & Stone, their
attorneys, at No. 49 Wall Street, in th?
Borough of Manhattan, In the City of New
York, State of New York, on or before th?
31st day of Decomber. 191S, next.
Dated, New York, the 26th day of Juna
1918. HERBERT L. SATTERLEE,
KATHERINE MILLER,
Executors.
SATTERLEE, CANFIELD & STONE,
Attorneys for Executors, Office and P.
O. Address, 49 Wall Street, Borough of
Manhattan, New York City.
I STILLMAN. JAMES?In pursuance of an
order of the Hon. John P. Cohalan, a Sur?
rogate of tho County of New York, notice Is
hereby given to all perilous having claims
Hgain.-;t .lames Stillmau, late of the County
of New York, deceased, to present the same,
with the voucher? thereof, to the subscrib?
ers, at their place of transacting business,
at the office of their attorneys, Messrs.
Shearman ?; Sterling, u.", Wall Street, Bor?
ough of Manhattan, City of New York, on
or before April 12, 1919.
Dated. New York, October 4, 191S.
CHARLES STILLMAN,
JAMES A. STILLMAN.
CHARLES CHAUNCEY STILLMAN,
Executors.
SHEARMAN * STERLING,
Attorneys for Executor?,
ED Wall Street.
New York City.
EMILIE B. R1SLEY.?IN PURSUANCE OP
an order of Honorable John P. Cohalan,
a Surrogate of the County of New York,
notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against Emilio B. Rlsley, lat<5 of the
County of New York, deceased, to present
the same, with vouchers thereof, to th?
subscriber, at his place of transacting busi?
ness, at the office of his attorney?, Murray,
Ingersoli, Hogo & Humphrey, No. 22 Wlll
lsm Street, Borough of Manhattan, City of
New York, on or before the tirat day of
January next.
Dated. New York, tho inth day of Juuo.
1918. EDWIN 3. ISHAM.
Executor.
MURRAY, TNGERSOLL, HOtiE *
HUMPHREY. Attorneys for Executor
22 William Street, Manhattan, Citj of
New York.
EDWARDS. MARIA .T.?IN PURSUANCE
of an order of Honorable John p. Co
i halan, a Surrogate of tho County of New
York, NOTICE la hereby given to all per?
sons having claims against Maria J Ed?
wards, late of the County of Now York,
deceased, to present the same with vouch?
ers thereof to the subscriber, at her place of
transacting business, at the office of Sago &
Schoonmaker. No. 156 Broadway, Manhattan
in the City of New York, on or before the
21st day of March next.
Dated, New York, tho 7th day of Sen
tcmber, 1918. v
HENRIETTA J. FERNANDEZ.
Administratrix.
SAGE & SCHOONMAKER. Attorneys for
Administratrix, lCtl Broadway, Manhat?
tan, New York City.
< DEANS, ??EOKGE DE WOLF.?IN PUR
, suanra of an order of Honorable John P
? Cohalan, a Surrogate or the County of New
i York, notice Is hereby given to all persons
I having claims against George De Wolf
; Deans, late of the County of New York
? deceased, to present the same, with vouch
! irs thereof to the subscriber, at her place
; of transacting business, the office of her
j attorney, Milan Day Barnes, No. 288 Droad
| way, In th? City of New York, on or be
I fore the 14th day of November next.
? Dated New York, the 6th day of Ma*
1918. 7"
MARY S. HILL. Executrix.
; MILAN DAY BARNES. Attorney for Ex?
ecutrix, 2S3 Broadway, Manhattan
? New York City. *
I BERG. CHARL15S? P.?IN PURSUANCE OF
: an order of Honorable John p. Cohalan
I a Surrogate of the County of New York'
: NOTICE is hereby given to ?11 persons
1 having claims a(tc?!nst Charles F. Bora;
| late of the Counts of New Yotk, deceased'
', to present the same with vouchers thereof'
; to the (subscriber, at her place of trans
? acting business, at tho office of William
? Brunner, Esq., her attorney, at No. 22?
i Broadway, In tho Borough of Manhattan
In the City of Now York, State of New
I York, on or before the 2ith day of Dcccni
i ber next.
Dated, New York, the gth <Uv of June.
' 1913. MARGARET W?LFE,
Administratrix.
WILLIAM BRUNNER, Attorney for Ad?
ministratrix. 220 Broadwav. Borough
of Manhattan. New York City.
I FRENCH, FRANCES A.?IN PURSUANCE
of an order of Honorable John p Co?
halan. a Surrogate of the Countv of ' New
York, NOTICE is hereby given to all per?
sons having claims against Frances A
French- late of the County of New York'
deceased, to present the same with vouch?
ers thereof to the subscriber, at her place
of transacting business, office of Harry G
Harper, Attorney for Administratrix. No
49 Market Street, In the City of Pough
keepsle, N. Y.. before the 17th day of
? March ncs'f.
Dated, Poughkeepsie, New York, the U'ih
' day of September, 1918.
MA BELLE R. FRENCH.
Administratrix.
IN PURSUANCE OP AN ORDER OF HON. '?
orablc John P. Cohalan. a Surrogate of ?
the County of New York, NOTICE is here- I
by given to all persons having claim?
?gain?t Anna M. Geer, late of the Cnunty
of New York, deceased, to present the same
with vouchers thereof to tho subscribed '
at place of transacting business , of her I
attorney, Homer A. Stebblns, No. ?S1
Broadway, In the City of New York, on or
before the l?th day of November next. I
Dated. New York, the 11th day of May. j
HOMER A. KTEBB1N3. Executor. i
HELF WANTED MALE
BOYS FOR NIGHT WOBK ; CHANCE TO
ADVANCE. TRIBUNE COMPOSING ROOM,
TRIBUNE BUILDING, 154 NASSAU ST._
BOYS ?g"l 16 to 18, 03 messenger and Junior
clerk. Od.ll before I p. iu.. New Amsterdam Gis
Company. 401 East 42d ,'.._
BOYS v.-_nted for light ra?".'?ry work; rapid ad?
vancement; come prepared to start. David L.
Kennedy, Ina, 55 Fifth ave. _^^
BREAD AND CAKE BAKES wasted for day wofk,
third hand. Win. Mason, ?123 Newark ave.. Jer?
sey City. _
COLORED MAN, ?STRONG AND WILLING;
NIGHT WUKK TRIBUNE COMPOSING
ROOM, TRIBUN-E BUILDING. 134 NASSAU
EXPERIENCED BUTCHER WANTED.?Steady
position: highest w_.es paid. Call at -OS Johnson
ave Brooklyn. Re ready to work.
GOOD FAY FOR PATRIOTIC WORKERS.
Soveral red-hlood-d Americans to ?-all on business
men and secure sien-torea for proposed ppa~e:
proclamation saleeme:. temporarily unemployed
?specially Inrited ; Balary, commission, ?.'all Peaco
Proclamation Workers. 114 West 14th st. I
M E N
No EXPERIENCE NECESSART.
OPERATORS
DIE. TOOL AND MACHINE
8ETTEBS
Both day and night shift?.
Excellent working conditions.
1S-50 years.
APPLY DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS
8 A. M. to 4 P M.
TUESDAYS AM? FRIDAY
S A. M. to 9 F. M.
SATURDAYS
S A. M. to 12 M
REMINGTON ARMS CMC COMPANY.
14111 and WASHINGTON STS..
HOBOKEN. N. J.
MEN?MEN?MEN
GOVEB.NMENT WORK.
WE NEED ALL CLASSES Of MECHANICS.
i
i automatic
drill press
machtnists, i
mtjatng machtnes
millwrights.
shell latie hands.
turret lathes.
ctility men.
APPLY
MR. WILLIAM CONLET.
?.'DC VEST 23 D BT..
NEW YORK CITY. ;
MEN looking for permanent refilions; gond future:
light mechanical factory ??-ork: wages paid while
learning; Increased according to aWilty Superin?
tendent. Standard Ha.- Light Co.. 111th st., 1st avo.
MEN for delivering lelegrams in Bnanclal district:
neat appearain-e and references. ?\. I. Tclcgrapr?
Company. S3 Beaver ?_
PACKERS.
Large mall order house rcoulras young men to
par* ?earing apparel for pan-el post; previous ex?
perience unnecessary. Bella? Hess & Co.. 95 Morton
si near Christopher at. ?talion. Ninth ayo. "L.
WANTIT!
TRAINMEN
and
rTATIONMEN,
Aces 31 to 66.
0UBWA7 and ELEVATED
Dlrtelons
INTERBOROUOH
RAPID TRANBIT Ca
Apply
? A. V. to r. I". M. Dally, -icep. Sunday,
185 Broadw?y?-Hwm 1233.
22 East Jfcid St.
5" Cooper Square. ?
14 nth St. and 3rd Are.
1.4lh St. and Lenoi At?.
SSth St. and Lexington At?.
67th St. and 3rd At?.
Uceo?? by U. S. E. S. Permit No. ?8.
HELF WANTED FEMALE
Apply for
PATRIOTIC BEBYI?3E-^K)'rEBNi_BNT WORK
Abaohjteil? permanent positions, with many
opportucltlea for advancement.
Tom of women. 1? to ?6 years or age, ?ranted
for telephone operating.
"BOLDiisaa or thb switchboard"
|S t? 19 per week lint four weeks wblla
Itarulng the butines? In Manhattan.
Bronx and Brooklyn.
??.SO to J12.60 per week within the new
It? week?, according to tour? of dutj
-aligned. Frouuciit lncreaaea thrret/W.
No experience necessary.
Good health, eyemght anil hearlnj.
Employees are especially well cared fer
Meals serre?! at coat, anniversary pay?
ment?, sick beuetts, vacation? with pay,
pendons, ?uperior environment and d?
dg-.ul Quarters; 7 to 8 hour wcrtuu
day.
Apply between ? A. M. and S P. IL
Manhattan. ..........68 W. Hosutou at
MJis K. I_. Schmitt
i Brooklyn.81 WlUt)__hby ?t.
Mis? M. T. Murray
NEW .ORK TELEPHONE COMPANY
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER and CASniERS, e_
perlenced. Mary Ellaabeth. S92 Fifth are.
BINDERY?Girls experienced or? Rmythe ?owing
machines. Unie or piece work. Peerless Bindery,
E<X>KK__EPER, RETAIL PTRNITURE HOUSE. |
J. KURTZ * ?ON. It*. SMTTH ST., BROOKLYN. !
BOOKKEEPERS. intPERTENCED, IX LARGK
STOCK BROKER8' OFFICE: ?,OOD Uli AN CK i
FOR ADVANCEMENT FOH CAPABLE "YOUNG I
WOMEN. APPLY ROOM SOI. 61 BROAD?
WAY
COOK, assistant pastry. Mary Elizabeth. 392
;>th ate.
?IIRLS. 15-21,
for office and clerical work; public, parochial or!
high ?chonl graduate preferred; Bteady position-I
good opportunity fur advancement; .v.io to 5-30
liai: day Saturday. Hellas, lle--s ?. Co.. _,' Morton
.-' . r.ear ?.Ihristoplicr st. station 9th ave. "Ti."
GIR.LS ?Young. Chrl Itians, ?mantel to fill mall or?
der-; posltl.n.s permanent; experience not neces
FBo : ??ages to start, -510 a week. Apply .1. Lynn
A: t\... 4.S Hund st. New York.
GIRL to act as cashier ?nd mal;o hrrself use'ul
must have knowledge of stenography and type?
writing; salary $10. Apply Tarker. :?! W :?7tli %t
COOD PAY TOR PATRIOTIC WORKERS ,
Several red-blooded Americans to call on buslr.??? |
m.-ii and secure signatures for propose?! peace;
proclamation saleswomen tetniiorarily un.-mploy.M !
csp-dally Inviten; salary, commission, ?all Peace I
Proclamation Workers, 114 West 14th -: 'clco!
HOUSEWOBKER, general (colored?: sleeD homo
reference: call 10 to 12. Pal'.. 82 VFeat 12th st. '!
NKi'KWl.'AR (MEN'S BLIP f?TITCHERH. EX- ,
PERIENCED; BEST PRICES. bTERN-GREEN
BERGER. 43 WEST 2STH BT
PACKERS.
Large mall order house requires young ladles 'o
pack wearing apparel for parcel post; go?vl salary
to ?tart: ?julcl; advancement; previous experience
unne<-e?s-ry: B 30 to S SO; half-day Saturday.
95 Morton st . near Christopher
"L.'
SALAD WOMAN; hour: from 9-3. M?ry Elizabeth,
.92 Blh at..
HELP WANTED FEMALE
GIRI.S WOMEN
WANTED:
AMERICANS PREFERBia?!
GOVERNMENT WORK.
ASSEMBLERS.
BENCH HANDS.
CHECKERS.
DRILL PRESS,
MILLING MACHINE.
TURRE'' LATHE.
OPERATORS,
INSPECTORS.
INQUIRE
INTERNATIONAL ARMS & FOT?
COMPANY,
Blooraflcid A?e. and Grate St..
Bioomfield, N. J.
SUNDAYS, 9 A. M TO 1 P. M.
WEEK DAYS. EXCEPT SAT
?RDAYS, FROM 7 A. M.
TO 9 P. M.
Or
Mr. W. COrsLEY.
District Office, 9 A. XI
to 4 P. M.
?-06 Weet 23d St.,
civ York City
REAL OPPORTUNITY FOIt LIVE WIRE.?Exee.
lent. itoek proposition: commission basis: ciperf
ence unnecessary. Address Opportunity, 611 World
Building, New York.
STENOGRAPHER and TYPIST.?A vacancy exists
for a compctenl and efficient Christian young lady:
must be idgh school graduate and have at least
two or three years' exp?rience; permanent position,
"1 Ii rapid advancement, tur suitable applicant.
. Write, .stating age, salary and experience, to Fel
lows Company, "6 Christopher St.
TYPIST.
Large mall-order house requires young lady as
typist; steady position; good opportunity for be?
ginner; salary $10; 8:30 to B:30; half day Satur?
day. Bellaa. Hfsa &. Co., 95 Morton t>t.. near
Christopher st. station 9th ave. "L."
WOMEN to take place of men subject to draft:
light, mechanical work: good future; same wages
paid as to men while learning: increased according
to ability. JSupt., ?standard Gas Light Co., 111th
?(.. and 1st avo.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
TOL'NG MAX, 19, high school gradu?t?, wlahes
position; h.iurs between 3 p. tu. and 8 a. m.
M. Fa K.. 73 Ross St., Brooklyn.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
GOVERNESS.?Swiss-French ; excellent written ref?
erences; $50-$60. P., Miss Hoftnayer'e Agency. 10
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
MALE
EITLER, English, capable, good appearing; $75;
city p!a<-o preferred, best porsnnal reference??.
Miss Shea's Agency, 30 B. i2d. Murray Hill 6771.
BUTLER-VALET. ?-Usoftil; Scotch; draft exempt:
young, neat, capable; exi-ollent references: city or
country. M lis Sliaughnnis} 's Agency, 8S0 filth ate.
COUPLE.?Butler-useful, excellent cook, house -
workor; neat, efficient, desirable pair; hare ynung
! child : special references; country; $75. Mason's
i Agency, 131 West 42d st,
' COUPLE.?Butler, chauffeur; wife excellent ??ok
I and houseworker: Hire? years lait place: city or
: country. Silas Mhaiigluifssy'i Agency, S00 Sixth a?e.
COUPLE.?BuUer. useful; wifo eieellent cook and
manager: entire work; liest references; city or
country. Miss Shaughncrisy's Agency, 860 Sixth avo.
I HOUSEMAN, useful, noat; thoroughly experienced.
I reliable man; excellent references; city or near;
; S'.o. Mr?. Mason's Agency, 131 Wiat 4M ol. Bry
I ant 5633. _
HOUSEWORKER for bachelors or cook for private
family; capable young colored man; $60; city
only; three years last pla?-e Miss Shea's Agency.
30 East 4M st. Murray Hill 6774.
YOUNG MAN, lately of Java, wants position m
buUor-valet; very nice r?:ferencee; wag? $75.
Colonial Agency, -.'. West 4M : t.
200 GIRLS and WOMEN ?anted. Loose-Wile?
Biscuit Company, L^ng Island City.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
A.A.? COOK-IWSiJKEEPKR ?Young Swede; $75:
\erv capable woman; excellent cook. IC, Miss
j Hofniay.'s A?en.:v, 10 Fast 43d Lt., tlllrd flew.
Telephone S047 Murray Hill.
I CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS.?Young, neat; good
i waitress; sniaU family, apartment; ?40-J45. H.,
: Miss Uofinayer'5 Agency, 10 Bast 13d St., tlllrd
?our. Telephono P947 Murray Hill.
j CHAMBERMAID.?First class; very neat; excep?
tionally competent, cnn.o-ientiouj; highly recom
mended; m?>si ?lesirabie; city; $40. Mason's Agen??y,
131 Wect 4M si. Bryant 5633.
CHAMBERMAID.? Understands her duties thor?
oughly; court sous, willing, obliging: $40. Samp
?on'.j Agency, 7S1 Lexington avo. Telephone Plaia
5005.
CHAMBERMAID.?Would do mending; asslat wait?
ress; $40. K., Miss Hofmeyer's Agency. 10 East
I 43d st, third floor. Tolephone 8947 Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID.?Will assist In dining room: $40;
capable; young; well recommended. Miss Shea's
Agency. 30 East 4M st. Murray Hill 0774.
CHAMBERMAID.?City; excellent reference; thor?
oughly capable. PitzGerald's EmployttiiMit Agency.
646 Flfih uvo.
COOK. English, want? positions In small privet?
family: apartment preferred; oxoeII??nt referen?-?:
cloudiness .uid economy; wages $50. Coloidal
Agency, -3 West 4M sf
COOK.?Young Irish Protestant; ?xcellant Jong ref?
eren?-??; goc<l rook; $t>0 to $05; dty family. Ma,
Miss lloftnaver'a Agenrv, 10 Baft 43d et., third
flcor. Telephon-.? 8917 Murray Hill.
COOK.?Scotch Protestant: neat: thoroughly expert -
onced; very capable, conscientious; good manager:
splendid references; apartment preferred; $45. Call
Majion'a Agency, 131 West 42d st.
COOK.?Swedish; first class; neat, exceptionally
competent; moat capable; Industrious; splendbi
references; very desirable; $55. Call Mason's Agency,
[ 131 Webt 4M ut.
COOK, CHAMBERMArD-WAITRESS. ? North of
Ireland: both thoroughly experienced; four years'
splendid reference?; city preferred. Miss Shaugh
nessy's Agency, 800 Sixth avo.
COOK for institution or school; capable Irish
woman; $75; city or country: well recommended.
Miss Shea's Agency. 30 East 4M at, Murray Hill
6774.
COOK.?Thoroughly experienced all branches cook?
ing; excellent, references; will go to country. J.,
FitzGerald's Employment Bureau. 546 Fifth ave.
COOK?Young, neat, ambitious; been second two
?ears will) Swedish cook: splendid reference?; 150.
Mrs. Mason's Agency, 131 West 4M St. Bryant 5633. .
?>OK.?Nodh of Ireland Protestant: young, neat.
very capable: excellent references; city; $43. Call
1rs. Mason's Agency. 131 West 4M St. Bryant 5633.
COOK and WAITRESS, and houseworfter?. cham?
bermaids; reliable; good reference. Lehtl'? Agency.
T7 East 125th st. Telephone Harlem 5515.
COOK.?Fnglish Protestant; four years last place;
splendid city reference?; city preferred; wages $45.
Misa Shaughncssy's Agency, 880 Sixth aie.
COOK.?Swedish; Young, competent, neat and obllg
! i:?g; $50: well recommended. Sampson's Agency,
7S1 Lexington ave. Telephono Plaza 5003.
.-?-_.....
COOK.?Smiii; family, apartment; excellent refer
1 enccs; $40-$45. n., Miss Hor'mayer's Agen.'v 10
East 43d St.. third ?cor. Te!. 8917 Murray Hill.
COOK.?Capable young Irish woman; five vean i
last place; $50; city preferred. Miss Shea's ?
Agency, 30 East 4M st. Murray Hill 6774.
COOK or HOUSEWORK.?Small family; exoellent
references. Martha Collier's Agency, 437 fourth i
ave.. 31st st.
DAY'S WORKER?First class cleaner: thoroughly
experienced : responsible woman ; very highly rec?
ommended: $3 day. Mrs. Mason's Agency. 131
West 4M st. Bryant 3.;:;;!. |
FRENCH COOK.?Very capable young woman; $65;
with or without kltchenmaid : prefer? country-' weii '
recommended. Miss Shea's Agency. 30 East 4M st I
Murray Hill 6771.
LADY'S MAID and CHAUFFEUR.?French ; thor?
oughly CHpttulc: can drive several i-ars: good trav- !
cller, pa?-ker. silver. Please call FluGerald's i
Agency. 546 Fifth ave.
LAUNDRESS.?Excellent Swedish woman, neat j
careful, docs shirts, collars, fin? linens; excellent'
references; ?40. Sampson Agency. 7S1 Lexington
ave. Telephone Plaza 5005
LAUNDRESS?Young Russian; excellent ctty refer?
ences: can launder shirts: $45-$50. T.. Miss Hof
mayer"? Agen.-y. 10 Fast 43d st.. third floor T?l??
phona ?-947 Murray Hill.
LAUNDRESS.?Capable woman; flr.e on shirts and
??ollar?; $40: city proferred ; five years' reference !
Miss Shea's Agency, 30 Fast 4M st. Murray Hill I
6774.
KURS BUY GOVERNESS.?English Protestant; re-!
flncd, tileo appearing; exceptionally competent;
conscientious; splendid references; most desirable-'
S3". Mrs. Mason's Agency, 131 West 4M st,
NT'RKE-COMP.ANIO.^ifeCanadian: refined. I-iindi-y" !
practical, responsible care invall.l lady; liigbly ,
recommended: eiceptionally desirable; }3i). Jits
Mason's Agency. 131 W?t 4M St. I
NURSE.?Will take entire ch.irgo two or more chil
dpen;*two and half years' reference i?.-.: cmployor;l
oountry preferred. J.. Miss FitxGerald's Emelov- I
ment Bureau. 518 Pl/th a??.
! DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE_
i LAUNDRESS.?Shirts, ?-ollars. cuffs: three years'
I excellent references. Miss Shaughcessy's Agency,
; SSO Sixth ave.
I
NURSE, undergraduate, for seml-lnvaild; ten years
e\p<.-rtence: highly recommended: eliy, country:
vagc. $50. Miss Shanghnessy's Agency. Stlu Sixth
? eve.
' NURSE.?Will t?_:e child from two years up: excel?
lent reference; country preferred. T., Fit-Gerald's
: Employment Bureau, 546 Fifth ave.
NURSE.?Will take entire charge of Infant; five
years' reference. R., Fit_t>r-id's Emplo> ment
' Agency, 546 Fifth ave..
SISTERS, young, neat and capable, highly recom?
mended, want positions as cook and ?'hani.emiaid
waltress in apartment: wages $45, $50. Colonial
Agency, -5 West 42d st. Telephone ?6d6 Vaii
derbtlt. _
TWO SCOTCH GIRLS?Cook, waitress: both first
i clat?; $55, $15: heu-o or apartment: ?veil recom?
mended. Miss Shea's Agencj-, 110 East 42d St.
Murray Hill 6774.
WAITRESS-PARLORMAID.?Very neat, nice ap?
pearing; thoroughly experienced; excellent refer?
ence*: city; apartment preferred: $40. Mason's
Agencj, 131 West l.d st. Bryant 563;;.
i WAITRESS-CHAMBERMAID. ? Capable; young:
apartment preferred; $40: excellent reference*.
: Miss Shea's Agency. HO Last 42d at. Murray Uli!
0774.
WAITRESS.?Equal to butler: city family; S45-S50;
highly recommended. M., Miss Hofmaytrr's Agency,
10 East ?3d st., third floor. Tel. 51147 Murray Hill,
WAITRESS.?Nonl? or Ireland; extremely neat and
clean; lung reference; wages $45; city preferred.
Colonial Agency'. 25 West 4'.'d St.
; REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ORTO LET
WESTCHESTER COUNT?
? CALIFORNIA BUNGALOW AT LAR-, MAHOPAC.
?Camp type; .?tone fireplace; very conveniently
i '?"cated, with permanent water rights; $3,150; or
! will sell, furnished. $3,-100. COUNTRY HOME
LEAGUE. 40 West l?2d St. Mad. Sq 9860.
BUSINESS CARDS
DESKS AND OFFICE FCRNITUBE
ROLL DESKS
TOP
Office Furniture
In flreat variety
of style and price
T. G. SELLEW
111 FULTON ST.
New York.
CARPET CLEANING
CAREFUL CARPET CLEANING COMPANY
Cleans bv compressed air. steam, hand or oa
floor 419 Eaat 4S!h a'. COE ?. BRANDT. Tel?
?bon? 1?-' Murray Hill.
DIAMONDS
I DIAMONDS and jewelry boujrht for cash; estate?.
I appraised, purchased. BENNETT. 175 B'y >>_|*.
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS RENTED
Non-vlslblea, 3 Months, $6 00.
Visibles, 3 Months. $10.00 * up.
THE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE,
10 Barclay St. Tel. Barclay ?711.
LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS
FOUND.?Gco. W. Shinkee Communicate ?ith
T. B? Kinsshrldge Postnfflce, N. Y.
LOST BANKBOOKS
LOST.?Bankbook No. 762,879 of the Union
Dime Savings Bank Is missing. Any per?
son having a claim to it is hereby 'called
upon to present thu sumo within ten days
or submit to having tho said passbook can?
celled and a new one issued.
LOST.?Bankbook No. 1,0.1.407 of Rank
for Saving;?, -SO Fourth ave.. New York.
Payment .topped. Please return book to
bunk. j
LOST.?Bankbook No. 1,001.509 of Bank
for Saving.-?, 280 Fourth avo., New York. ?
Payment stopped. Please return bock to!
bank.
LOST.?Bankbook No. 1,116,808 of Bank
for Savings. -SO Fourth ave., New York.
Payment stopped. Please return book to
bank.
LOST.?Passbook No. 118,319 of the Excel?
sior Savings Bank, 79 West 2:td st. Pay?
ment stopped. Return book to bank.
! LOST".?Passbook No. 127,911 of the Excel?
sior Savings Bank, 71' Weal 23d st. Pay
I ment stopped. Return book to bank.
LOST.?Passbook No. 68,573 of tho Exce!
| ?lor Savings Hank. 79 West 23d st. Pay
? ment stopped. Return book to bank.
FORECLOSURE SALES
1 SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW
i YORK.?CHARLES C. KLINGLER et al,
! as executors, plaintiffs, against JOHN FAH
I 1..EY et al. defendants.
In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure
1 and sale, duly made nmi entered in the above !
; entitled action and bearing date the 19th day |
! of October, 19IS, I, the undersigned, the !
; Referee in said judgment named, will sell at ',
I public auction, at the Heal Estate Exchange j
I Salesroom, Nos. 14-16 Vesey Street, in the]
l Borough of Manhattan, City. County and
State of New York, on the 19th day of No
! vember, 1918, ai 12 o'clock noon on that. day. !
1 by Joseph P. Day, Auctioneer, tho premises !
directed by said juilgment to bo sold, and
. therein described as follows:
"ALI. that certain lot, pleqo or parcel of j
land, with the dwelling house, situare on tho |
southerly side of Twenty-seventh streot. lr< i
the Borough of Manhattan, City of New |
York, known as No. 1'40 East 27th Street,
bounded and described as follows, to wit:
BEGINNING a', a point on the south?
erly side of Twenty-seventh Street, dls
I tant westerly one hundred (100) feet from I
! the southwest corner of Second Avenue and I
? Twenty-seventh Street: running thence
i southerly, parallel with Second Avenue, I
I ninety-eight (98) feet, nine II) inches to the I
centro t?f the block between Twenty-sixth !
?end Twenty-seventh Streets; running thence!
westerly, parallel With* Twenty-seventh'
Street, twenty (20) feet; thence northerly,,
parallel with Second Avenue and through
the centro of a party wall, ninety-eight ? 08 > j
feet, nine (9) lti'he.s to the southerly side of
Twenty-seventh Street: arid thence easterly.:
along said southerly std? of Twenty-seventh
Street, twenty (2?.I feet to the point or placo
of beginning "
Daied, New York. October 24th, 1918.
WILLIAM GRANT BROWN. Referee.
ROBERT C. BIRKHAHN. Attorney for Plain?
tiffs, 5 Nassau Street, Borough of Man?
hattan, N. Y. C.
Tho following Is a diagram of the prop?
erty to be sold; its street number is 240 East
27th Street:
_East 27th Street.
I 20'" { 100*
Centre line of Block.
East -6th Street.
The approximate amount of the lien or
charge, to satisfy which the above described
property is to be sold, Is Thirteen thousand
five hundred an<l eighty-five ($13.585.00> Dol?
lars, with interest thereon from September
1st, 1918, together with the costs and al?
lowances, amounting to Four hundred and
eighty-two and ?15-100 (3482.65) Dollar?, with
Interest from October 19, 1918, together with ?
the expenses of the sale. The approximate ?
amount of the taxes, assessments and water i
rates or other liens, which are t?> be allowed '
to the purchaser out of the purchase money, j
or paid by the refen'e, is $347.65 and in- 1
tere.st.
Dated. New York, October 24th, 1918.
WILLIAM GRANT BROWN. Referee. I
SUMMONS
SUPREME ('OUKT, NEW YORK COUNTY. '.
?Richmond Rochester, plaintiff, against]
Stuart Weatherly, defendant. Summons. ]
To the above name?! Defendant: You are
hereby summoned to answer the complaint j
In this action ami to serve a copy of your ?
answer on the plaintiff's attorney within j
twenty days after the .service of this sum?
mons, exclusive of the day of service, and
in case of your failure to appear or an- i
swer, judgment will be taken against you !
by default, for the relief demanded in the.1
complaint.
Dated September ?. 1913.
ALEXANDER S. ANDREWS,
Plaintiff's Attorney. Office und Post Office |
Address, No. ?I Wall Street,- New!
fork City.
To the above named Defendant:
The foregoing summons is served upon i
?ou by publication, pursuant to an order
of Hon. Bartow S. Weeks, one of the Jus?
tices of the Supreme Courl of the State of
New Yorl;, dated October 25th. 19! 8, and
filed with the complaint in the office of'
the Clerk of the County of New York at I
the County Court House in the Borough of
Manhattan, City, County and State of New |
York.
ALEXANDER S. ANDREWS.
Attornev for Plaintiff, 44 Wall Street. I
New York City. 1
IMPORTANT
Birth, Engagement, Marriage, Death
and In Memorlam Notice? may ha
telephoned to Th? Tribuye any tima
up to midnight for insertion in tb?
next day's paper. Juat call
Beekman 3000
and send the notice aa you wish it in?
terred. Bill /or same will be mailed t?
you later The notice will reach o*a?
100,000 reader? daily.
ENGAGEMENTS
DUFF?POTTER ? Mr. and Mrs. George
Douglas Potter, of 1000 Park av., an?
nounce the engagement of their daughter.
Kathryn. to Lieutenant Phil Sheridan
Duff, son of the late Michael Edwin Duff.
? Miss Potter was educated at Miss Spence's
School and made her debut two years ago.
She has recently been devoting her time
to war work. Lieutenant Duff graduated
from Yale University In the class of 'IT,
and was commissioned at the First Offi?
cers' Training Camp at Fort ?Fuelling,
Minn. .
FREILICH?AHRENS- Mrs. G. Ahrens. of
1061 Intervale av., announces the engage?
ment of her daughter, Julia, to M. I.
Freilich, of 875 Fairmount Place, Bronx. -
FRKIRICH?STRAUSS--Mr. and Mrs. Al
! bert Strauss, of 61S West 187th ?-t., an?
nounce the engagement of their bister,
Lena, to Mr. Nathan Freirich.
HANDEL?HIRSCHBERG?Mrs. Marie Sel?
ler Hirschberg announces the engagement
of her daughter, Sadye Anne, to Mr. Mor
j ris Handel, U. S. A. Philadelphia and
i Chicago papers please copy.
; HIRSCH?LOWY?Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Lowy announce the engagement of their
daughter, Gertrude, to Sergeant Fred A.
Hirsch, now with the U. S. A. at Camp
Fust is. Va,
MILLER? KAPLAN?Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Kaplan, of 535 West 163d st., New York,
announce the engagement of their daugh?
ter, Hertha Florence, to Mr. Morris
Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Miller,
of New York.
SCHWARZ?GREENBERG ? Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Grcenberg, of 64 West 124th st.,
announce tho engagement of their daugh?
ter, F.sther Rita, to Mr. Maurice Schwarz,
of this city.
MARRIAGES
CULMAN?UNWIN?Mr. and Mrs. Francis
M. Unwin, 456 West 140th st., announce
the maniate of their daughter. Margue
vito Nolles, to Mr. Frederick Oilman, 476
West I 43d st.. at St. Luke's Church, No?
vember 9, 1918.
DIRINGER?KAPLAN?Mr. and Mrs. Myer
Kaplan announce the marriage of their
daughter, Mollie, to Mr. Charles Diringer.
November 5, 1918. %Home, 685 Lafayette
av., Brooklyn,
l HERRICK?BACON?On Saturday, Novcm
i ber 9. at the Church of the Holy Com?
munion, by the Rev. Henry Mottet, Pauline
Bacon, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis
M. Bacon, to Lieutenant Harold E. Her?
rick, U. S. N.
! H1GGINS?COLBY?At East Orange, N. J.,
on Snttirday, November 9, Am?lie, daugh?
ter of the late Gardner Colby ami Fanny
| Curtis Colby, to Lieutenant Franl; Hobnrt
Ilktgins. son of former Jwdgo ami Mt^.
1- rank J. Higgins, of Jersey City. - l
\ SCHALI_LEVY ?By the Rev. Dr. Adolph
Spiegel, Stephani Augusta, daughter of
Mrs. Frieda Levy, 1o Buruard Schall, No?
vember 3, 1918.
TRACK- K1LLALEA? Lauretta J. Killalea
and Edward Track, November 9, 1918, a*
the rectory of the Church of Our Lady of
Lourde*.
WILLIAMSON ? B1SSELL - Dr. and Mrs.
William B. Bissell, of Lakevilie, Conn., an?
nounce the marriage of their daughter,
Betty K. Bissell, to Lieutenant George !
Morrison Williamson, son of Mr. and Mrs. I
Ceorge A. Williamson, 208 Van Cortlandt
Park. Yonkers, N. Y. Lieutenant Will?
iamson has recently returned from France
and is now stationed at Fort Benjamin
Harrison, Indiana, with the 2d Provisional
Battalion, Engineers, M. P. He has just
been appointed assistant judge advocate
for trials. Lieutenant Williamson gradu?
ated from Cornell, class of 1914, with a
degree of mechanical engineer. Unable to
leave his post for the journey to the bride's
h une, Lieutenant Williamson and Miss
Bissell were married in Indianapolis.
DEATHS
BEEKMAN?On Saturday, November 9,
1918, at the New York Hospital, after a
brief illness, Gerard Beekman, eldest son
of the late James William and Abian
Stecle Beekman. Funeral service on Tues?
day, November 12, 1918, at half-past 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at tho Church of
the Incarnation, Madison av. and 35th st.
Members of the New York Historien.! So?
ciety are requested to attend the funeral
services of our late associate, Gerard Beek?
man, third vice-president of the society,
at th? Church of the Incarnation, Madison
av. and 35th st., on Tuesday morning, No?
vember 12, at 10:30.
JOHN" A. WEEKES. President.
STTJYVESANT FISH. Recording Secretary.
The Holland Society announces with sor?
row the death of Gerard Beekman, a trus?
tee and former president of this society,
on Saturday, November 9, 1918. Members
?.re requested to attend the funeral ser
Mces ;:t the Church of tho Incarnation,
Madison av. und 3r?th st., on Tuesday, No?
vember 12, at 10:30 a. m.
SEYMOUR VAN SANTVOORD. Pr?s.
FREDERIC R. KEATOR. Sec.
BERGONZI Killed in action in France, Oc?
tober 7, 1918, Cook Albert William Ber
Kon/.i, 39th Infantry, U. S. R., 19 years old,
beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ber
gonzi, 370 St. Nicholas av., city.
BUSECK?At Philadelphia, Sunday, Novem
bei 3, 1918, in her 86th year, Fredericke,
dearly beloved mother of Victor, Otto and
Alice Buseck.
BUTTFIELD -November 7, 1918, at Of?
ficers' Training Camp, Tank Corps Ser?
vice, Gettysburg, Penn., Marsom Ituies
Buttfield, of Plainfield, N. J., in his 32d
year. Funeral services private. ? -
CARROLL?William F., _sr., in his C9th
year, at his residence. 532 East 86th st.,
beloved husband of Ellen C. Carroll (nee
Barter), beloved father of Thomas P.,
Sadie. William F., jr., Robert and Stephen
and the late Mrs. William F. Maher, Fu?
neral 10 a. m. November 12 from St.
Monica's Church, East 79th st. and 1st av.
Interment Calvary.
CHAPMAN Killed in action in France, Sep?
tember 29, 1918, Captain Henry Henley
Chapman, infantry. United States Army. -
COLLIER?Of heart failure, on Friday even?
ing, November 8, at hi* residence, li'OT
Fifth av., Robert J. Collier, beloved hus?
band of Sara Steward Van Alen Collier, in
the' 13d year of his age. Mass of requiem
Monday, 9 :30 o'clock, at St. Jean Baptiste
Church. Lexington av. and 76th st. In?
terment, private, at Wickatunk, N. J.
COOK?Major Fred Alden Cook, of the 23d
Infantry, was killed in action on October
7 while leading his battalion on to Blanc
Mont. He was 36 years of age, was born
in Post Mills, Vt., and was graduated,
from West Point in 1906. He is survived
by h?3 widow, who was Miss Evelyn Mor?
ton, of Croton-on-Hudson, and two little
sons, and by his father, Mr. George Cook.
of Post Mills, Vt., and brother. Lieutenant
Commander George Cook, jr., L'. 3. N.
CUSHMAN?Service in memory of Joseph
Rathborne Cuihman, corporal, Company K,
107th Infantry, son of the late Joseph
Wood Cushman and Mrs. Cushman, killed
in action at Le Catelet on September 29,
will be held in St. Thomas's Church, 53d
st. and 6th av.. Monday afternoon. No- ?
vember It. at 3:30 o'clock.
DE COMEAU?On November 9, 1918, |
Olivier de Comeau, at the age of 76. Fu?
neral services Monday, November 11, 1918,
at 1 p. in. Interment at Woodlavn Cerne- i
tery. - j
DE RHAM- -A service in memory- of Charles j
da Kham. jr., First Lieutenant, Company
B, 305th Infantry, 77th Division, who died
in France on October 9 of wounds received
in action, will be held in Grace Church.
Broadway and 10th st., on Monday after?
noon, November 11,'at 4 o'clock.
DIAZ?Lutgarda, on November 6. THE
FUNERAL CHURCH. Broadway, 66th st.
.Frank E. Campbell's). Notice of fu?
neral later.
DOMINICK?On November 8. Lillie M., in
her 40th year. Services at her residence,
2158 Prospect av., near 182d st_, Monday, j
November 11, at 1 p. m. - !
EARLE?On November 10. 1918, at St.
Luke's Hospital, Dr. Raymond B. Earle,
Professor of Gee logy. Hunter College. In?
terment Newton, Mass.
ENOWIT.Z?Sarah J. (nee Mark!. de*rly
beloved daughter and sister, suddenly.
November 8, 1918, at her home, 667 Van
derbilt av., Brooklyn.
DEATHS
FAHNESTOCK?A service In memo? _.
Major Clarence Fahr.estook, SOI* InwJT
U S. A., who died in France ??tobe-**
1918. will be held in SL Thomas" c&'
F nth av. and 53.1 st. on Tuesday ?^
noon. November 12. at 4.30 o'clock
FARRELL?The Rev. Peter. p*sU)r -. -,
Joseph's Church, Tremont. Divin? ?m
will be recited on Wednesday. NoMmiT
13. at 9:30 a. m.. solemn re??aie? ^
at 10 a. m.. at St. Joserh*. Church -_77*;
gate and Tremont avs. B'
FRANKLE?On November P. at hit hem
424 East S7th st.. after a short j<W
Henry G.. aged 13 years, beloved w??i
! William and Adele Frankle. Funeral p?a!
HALSEY?On November 8, Josephine A H
widow of Dennis K. Halsey, of w?..
Hampton. Long Island. Funeral at Quo_?
on Monday. November 11, at 1:30 oVoc*
at the home of her daughter, Marv H_i?_.'
Ho well. ' ?*H
HEXAMER -On November P. lPig, p^n
beloved husband of Adelaide Judge Hei
amer. Relatives and friends are invited
to attend funeral on Monday, Nc-venre,
11, at S:45 a. m., from his lute resi??,
215 Hudson st., Hoboken. N. J. ; tL?..
to Our Lady of Grace Church. Willow g?
and -1th st., Hoboken. where a requiert
solemn high mass will be celebrated. r?
ualistic services by Hoboken Lodge \v
74, B. P. O E.. will be held at reside
on Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Rocj.
ester papers please copy.
; HOBBY?On November 8, G?>orge W? in j,j.
70th year. Funeral service? at the hon?
of his son. Theodore Y. Hobby, SSO St
Nicholas av.. November 11, 1 ;_0 p *-,'
Interment Stamford, Conn.
HORSBRUGH?Killed in action in France
October 1. Bernard Bethune Horsbragh
aged 31, of the Canadian Engineer? on'?
son of the late Methune Horabrugh] bu~
rister-at.-law. an?! of Constance \Vtkan
Horsbrugh, of ?.11 6th St. Brooklyn.
; HOUGHTON Suddenly, on Saturday No
vember I?, 1918, Edwins Sherrill, datight?
of Suzanne Clark and the late Clarence *
Houghton. Funeral service on Monda?
November 11, ?it 2:30 p. m., at her l?te
home. 71 Shrewsbury av., Red Bank, N. j
HUBBY?A* ftoosevclt Hospital, on Frida
November 8. 1918, Frank Winfield HuH?
sr., aged 76 >em , father of Rollin Oei
main Hubby, Major Lester Mead Hubte
M. R. C, and Frank Wintieid Hubby, <:
F'uneral service?" at. the residence of' bh
sons, 27 West ?58th st., on Monday mon
j ing, November 11. at 10 o'clock. Km/
omit flowers. Cleveland and Buffalo pa
pers please copy.
' KELLEY?On Friday. November 8, Mai?
i Colhe Kelley, at her late residence, ?8 West
51st st., from pneumonia. Solemn re?
quiem mass will be sai?l at St. PatricV ?
Cathedral, 5tl a\ , Monday momlug at
?.'clock.
LINDSEY -At her home, November 9, 1911
Fannie Sweet Lindsey, widow of Jam:
Thorpe Lindsey. Funeral ser?i?-e at b.?
late residence, 260 Weal B7th -?t., Mond.?
November 11. at 3 *? o'clock. Interment a!
Wappingers Falls, N. Y.
! LORAINE?Suddenly, November 7. 1918. Al?
bert C. Loraine, ascd CI years, District
.Superintendent 1>. S. C. F'uneral from hi:
| late residence, 107f. Findlay av., Bronx.
Monday, November 11, at 2 p. in. Inter
? merit Evergreen?.
LOUD?Julia Perry Ixnid, on November 10,
i ?laughter of the late Henry W. and Foal?.
S. Loud and eigter of Henry S. lxwtl
? Notice of funeral later.
' LOW On Saturday. November 9, 1918, Hat
fc-it? J. wife of Henrv A. Low. Funeral
services at her late resience, Touts River.
N. .!.. <?n Tuaeday, November 12, at
1:30 p. m.
M'COOL Killed In action, October 3, Pri
vate John J. McCool, Company H, 107th
U. S. Infantry (7th N. G. N. Y.i. bclovfil
Ron of Mrs. Catherine McCool, 306 WVI
1 14th nt. Requiem mat.* at St. 'T'huma? the
Apostle's Church. West 118th sL, Monds?,
November 11, t> a. m.
M*NAMARA Killed in action In Franc
September .7?. Edward J. McNatnara, Com?
pany M, 107t.li Infantry, U, S. A., son of
Mrs. Rose McNamara, of Harrison. Mm
of requiem Monday, November I!, 9?. n..
at Church ??f St. Gregory the Great, Her
rison, N. Y.
MALLORY- Martha Stanford, November 9,
at Rye, N. Y., beloved wife of Franklin I.
Mallory. Funeral private. Interment
Harrisburg, Penn.
MllRPHY?Killed in action in France. Ser?
geant John A. Murphv, Company G, 39th
Infantry, !!. S. A., son of the late John
J. and Julia (nee Leslie') Murphy. Re?
quiem mass Church St. I rain is De Sale*,
F7a?t 96th bt., Wednesday, November IS,
i '.' a. m.
! MURRAY--At Detroit, Mich., Friday. No?
vember 8, 17'!?. Lieutenant James Burrli
Murray, son of D. ' linton and M_rn
Ijouise William Murray, aged 32 yeai?..
Funeral Bervices at hie late residence, 1
Jewett. Plae... Utica, N Y., at 2 p. m.
Monday, the lltb inst
NEARY?Corporal Robert P., aged :2, killed
in action September 27?, beloved son of
John and Mary Barren Near}'- Memorli!
mass Momlay, 1 a m., at Our l*dy of
Mercy Church, F'ordham Road and Marioii
av., Bronx.
OLENDORF?Netta D. beloved wife of
Charles D. Olendorf. suddenly. Friday,No?
vember 8. at her residence, 110 Riveni-V
Drive. Solemn requiem masi at Hoi?'
Trinity Church, West 82d t-t, Monday,
November 1!, at 10 b. m.
O'TOOLE A requiem mass will be ce>
brated in the Church of the Sacred Hea".
Mh av. and 2d st., Mount Vernon, N. )
Tuesday morning, November 12, at w
o'clock, for th? repose ol the soul of Cor?
poral Arthur Livingston O'Toole, who di?-f
in France October 4, L918. Only son ??
John and Nellie S. O'Toole, 77.7 South c
av.. Mount Vernon, N. Y. Relatives HM
friends are invited to utter,?!.
PAGE?On Frida v. November 8. 1918. ?*
son M. Page, in hii 77th yar. Servi?*
will be held at his home, 132 South On?
, Bt., Brooklyn, on Monday, November 11,?
a. m.
! PEAKS- -Thursday. November 7. after J?
short ?lines?. Or. Archibald Oarfleld, t>
loved husband of Emilie Peaks <r.<*
! Staudermann). F; riera! from 1132 Halt'
; t<t., Brooklyn, Mondav, at 2 p. m. Burlin?'
ton (Vt.) and St. Louis (Mo.) pal**
please copy.
PORTEOUS?Saturday November 9, >'
Bronx vil le. F7dna M. Porteou? nee Meyer? ,
beloved wife of A. Carlyk I'orteous. lj;
neral servie?, at her late residence. CeW
Knoll?. Bronxville, Monday evening?*?*'*?
Train leaves Grand Central at 7:3o. A?w
mobile will meet train.
RAYMOND- At Wilton. Conn . Lewi? Heer;.
non of the late L?-wi- and ratherine Mee/
Raymond, died at his home Friday, je ?'
79th year. Funeral services at his ?"
r.-Hidence, Wilton. Conn., i c.-day, ^?'ftF.
ber 12. 2:30 p. m. Automobile? ?'ill Sltr*
train at Wilton at 2 p. m.
RHINELANDER Killed in action wWw"
the German lines, north of Verdun,
. S-ptemher 20. 1918, First I-'?4*'?*;;:
Philip Newbold Rhinelander, of the -??
Aero Squadron. 1st Army. A. E. *??,*.
of Thomas Newbold and Katherine B*?-?
Rhinelander, in his -1th year.
RICHARDS?In France, on October 7, te*he
tervice of his country. Fhi'o ."f*4 .?V
aged 31. beloved son of Alice Iml? .?;,;
William M. Richards, of 891 fterW?
Place. Brooklyn, and grandson of ttewj
Georgiana Imlsy H?J?ch,K?s9. Hart-O"
?Conn.? papers please copy.
RUDOLPH Y- -On November ? V^L'.
, v ife <,f the iate Jacob RudolpM *?.J_.
loved mother of Mrs. Otto HeppenbemT;
and Gustave O. and William F. KudolpJ..;
Funeral services at her late re-idence. c
Lexir.K'ton av., Monday, 8 p. m. Inter*??
private. t
SCHULER?November 9, 1918, &*??*?,
.Sch?ler. F'uneral service? at her late ?
?lence. 350 West 115th st, Monday evensni,.
fc o'clock. Interment private, iues<U>
SISSON?On Saturday. November 9. W*
Franklin Noel Sisson. Funeral ?er^
and interment at Albany, N. Xt ?t co .
venience of family.
THOMAS- -Suddenly, at his home.?F"1?^
N. J.. on November 8, 3:"*. ?SJ
Thomas, son of the late Sarah W ^?'.
ion and David Provost Thomas. ?R? '
F'uneral ser-.ices at St. John s W? :.
Elizabeth. Monday afternoon. N?v'mr* 'J?
at 3 o'clock. It ?? requested that no no?
be senL .
VESCELIUS?At PatU'rson. N. J., S*^**??*
November ". 1918. J- Edwm V^JWJJ
l'uneral senice? on Monday, NoV**"J:L0c,
at his late home, S7 Bridce et., rater^
N. J.. at 2 o'clock p. m. ^,
WARSCHAUER -In action, ^^^-?'t
Lieutenant. Edward Warschauer. toim*#
G, lODt.h Infantry.
WOOD- Kille?! in action in France. ????.
her 14. 1.18, Francia Attleton ^,00%^i
tenant, ?. S. Air Service, -i-cii -??. *5. ,
son of Ellen Attleton fcnd Chalmers i?
CEMETERIES
THE WOODLAtYN CEMETERY. ^
Slid St. By Harlem Train and by g
Lots of ?mali site for sah-. _ f
Office, 20 Ea?t ~?d St.. W. ??

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