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push Colby on
?offey and E. L. Doheny,
Big Oil Operators, Seek
Opposite Stand by U. S.
o-ii Qaims of Americans
Situation Is Embarrassing
Secretary of State Confers
With Guffey, Who Sees
Cox's Campaign Manager
By Carter Field
?frem The Tribune's Washinoton Bureau
W.-VSHIXGTON, Sept 16.?Mexican
oil problems are being: forced to the
?tttotion of the State Department at
g time particularly embarrassing to
president Wilson's official family, as
evidenced to-day by an appeal, to Sec?
retary of State Cainbipdge Colby by Jo?
seph F. Guffey, millionaire oil operator
and Democratic national committeeman
What Guffey wauts the government
tg <Jo in Mexico was listened to with
a -peat deal of attention by Mr. Colby.
The only unfortunate part of the situa?
tion is that what Mr. Guffey wants is
precisely the opposite position from
that desired by another very promi
?sent American oil millionaire, Edward
Both Guffey and Doheny are ably
represented in Washington, but Guffey
is present in person and saw Colby to?
day. Yesterday he saw Joseph P. Tum?
ulty, secretary to the President, and
Edmund H. Moore, of Ohio, who man?
aged Cox's campaign at the San Fran?
cisco convention, and who seems to
have taken over what little authority in
running the campaign Cox has dele?
Moore Seeking Fonda
Bnmor had it, though Mr. Moore was
silent, that the Ohio politician's visit
to Washington was occasioned by a de?
sire not so much to stir up the Admin?
istration in behalf of Cox's campaign
ss to make certain moves calculated to
open the purse strings and revive the
starving Democratic organization head?
quarters in New York, Chicago and
Doheny, the present rival of Guffey
on Mexican oil matters, saw almost
everyone involved when he was in San
Francisco, where he made a speech at
the convention and was placed in nom?
ination for vice-president. Incidentally
he did not get a very respectful hear?
ing, the delegates for the most part
making so much noise that he could not
make himself heard, even with the elec?
tric sound amplifiers.
But now these two big figures in the
Democratic party, both of whom have
been heavy contributors to the Demo?
cratic war chest, are at odds, and are
?ppealing to men in the President's
official family to decide between them, j
Secretary Colby was formerly coun- j
tel for Mr. Guffey, as were also both
Attorney General Palmer?whose can- j
didate for National Committamun Guf- j
fey was in the recent primary?and j
Ambassador John W. Davis, who has
had Mexican oil questions up with the
Mr. Doheny has as one of ?5.1 able j
lieutenants Franklin K. Lane, who was
Secretary of the Interior from March
4, 1913, until early this year, when he!
resigned to accept 8 salary reported to ,
bs $50,000 with the oil magnate's com- ;
A rough statement of the contro- ;
versy is said to be that Guffey has a I
lsrge number of oil claims granted by
the Carranza government, but repudi-1
ated by the new Mexican government.
Doheny, whose companies have ac
quired titles from the new government j
which are said to overlap the Guffey
claims, is in favor of repudiating the
old claims and recognizing as fully !
lefsal the actions of the new govern- :
As Slug Whizzes By
Prominent Financiers Sched
, oled to Meet 15 Minutes j
Later in Same Room; Al-j
vin W. Krech Cut by Glass |
Seward Prosser, president of the i
Bankers Trust Company, escaped death
?nly by inches in yesterday's explosion, ?
although he was unscratched. A heavy i
?lag, two inches lone, -whizzed by his)
kead with such force that it pierced j
the glass of a cabinet at the far side,
of his office and also a thick board be- !
Mr. Prosser was at his desk in the
corner on the second floor of the Bank- !
?rs .Trust Building. His baetc was to
windows on Nassau Street, and Wall!
Street was to his left. Ho was about ,
?is feet from the windows. Large I
Pieces of metal and glass crashed ;
through and cat strips of wood off his j
desk and chair and small bits dug ?
themselves deep into other office fur- !
Metal Plows Into Papers
That table also prote-eted Prosser.
A bit of metal went through the back
?f it, plowing into his papera in freak
'sh fashion and giving a sandpaper
*a*?h to the table surfaces.
The office windows were of heavy
wired glass, built to resist fire, but
****? pane fell inward around Prosser
and Mis? Elsie Arps, his secretary.
H?r hands were cut, but after they
wer? dressed she returned to her work
?t her desk, which is exactly at the
?orntr of Wall and Nassau streets and
??agonaily opposite the Morgan offices.
?r. Prosser was dictating to Miss
(?v*' *'ilft*en minutes later th?:re was
?**? meeting of the bank's ?xecutive
r*ri 'n that office. Around a central
wbit. and exactly in the area through
wjtte* all th? wreckage waa hurled
with (ha violer.?;?, of shrapnel from a
J*8? ? group of the moat prominent
?**?Jer* in the United State? would
?*?? b*?n ?itting. The board includes
S^'.0*^??? ?nd Thomas M, Cochran,
?tb? house of Morgan: Daniel E. Roid,
gje-p-resident of th? Liberty National
TT**? and financial powers in other
Meeting Hold Later
The board actually met ?shortly after
?* nceidont in another room, although
?jjje member? did not nppenr. Mr.
*?**** ?realdad ?ad ???mod ?lightly
??***?. but ?milsd and mz?e light of
2 remarkabJ? ?seap?. Tb? lodge ottt
Eft M*' PF??V window was piled
?vf?.11^ wlr with ?I?*? mn? serapi of
?Mwi, but oven with sharp pieces of
letona, evidently chipped from th?
?J?ftH.w' **???, president of the
W??i? Trost Company ot Now
gstf* WM ?itting ?* his desk on th?
"?***??ne floor when the explosion
T?*****- Bits of gU? from ? piste
"'?* ?to???-? in th? office, which was
w by tb? fore? of th? ??plosion,
:**"?* ettttfns; bins on th? bead;
***** Un ?es Uskam t# the Now
Attempt on the life of
Russell Sage Recalled
The only tfther explosion the
Wall Street district has known
occurred in 1891, when an at?
tempt was made to assassinate
Russell Sage in his private office
at 71 Broadway.
Henry W. Norcross gained ac?
cess to Mr. Sage's private office.
In his hand he swung a bag of
dynamite, which he declared that
he would drop unless he were
Mr. Sage refused. Norcross
dropped the bag and was instantly
killed. Mr. Sage was slightly
hurt. William R. Laidlaw, a
clerk, was injured. The offices
York Dispensary and from there was
rushed to his home, 17 East Seyentieth
Street, where he was attended by his
Arthur Anderson Endangered
Arthur Anderson, president of the
Foreign Banking Corporation, with of?
fices on the ground floor of the Mor?
gan Building, narrowly escaped. Bits
of flying steel gouged out the back of
his chair to the depth of half an inch,
but ho escaped with only minor
LT. S. Grant, Assistant Deputy United
States Treasurer, with offices in the
Sub-Treasury Building, was struck by
flying glass and slightly injured.
C. E. Mitchell, president of the Na?
tional City Company, a subsidiary of
the National City Bank, was grazed by
flying steel. All the windows in his
office were smashed and several arti?
cles of furniture broken.
Plan a Failure
Prohibition Chief Says
Machinery Is Inadequate
to Handle . Cases; Calls
Many Agents Unfaithful
WASHINGTON, Sept. 16.?Declara-1
tion was made to-day by Prohibition
Commissioner Kramer that dry law
enforcement machinery is inadequate.
Coupled with this was a statement by
the Anti-Saloon League that the "na- j
tion is confronted by a gigantic and i
vicious conspiracy to discredit and ulti- I
mately overthrow prohibition."
Mr. Kramer in making his declara- j
tion in an address before the Anti- ;
Saloon League here added that in
numerous communities prohibition
cases were being dragged into Federal
Courts at a rate of ten to twenty a
week. The result, he said, is jammed
court dockets and delay in the trial of
dry law violators.
The Anti-Saloon Lea-rue embodied its
conspiracy charges in a resolution
which served notice that it would at?
tempt removal of public officials dere?
lict in prohibition enforcement. At the
same time, officials of the league made
public a partial list of candidates for
Congress whom it will seek to defeat
because of their position on prohibi?
Many Agents Not Faithful
Commissioner Kramer frankly told
the conference that his agency, in addi?
tion to being confronted with a short?
age of personnel, had within it men
who were not "straight." It would
have been a "miracle," he added, if
there had not been some men %vho had
proved to be unfaithful to the oath, in?
asmuch as the dry enforcement corps ?
had been built un in about six months.
While the conference gave Mr.
Kramer's organization a vote of confi?
dence and a pledge of support, speaker?
asserted this stand would not "soften"
condemnation of officials of whatever
rank who did not observe the letter of
the law in searching out liquor vio?
The resolution adopted by the con?
ference also called upon Congress to
adopt "some standard for 'good be?
havior' by defining misconduct," for
which appointees, such as Federal
judges, might be removed from office.
The present laws make impeachment
difficult and impracticable, the resolu?
tion said, and Congress was urged to
provide methods by which those who
"wink at violations of law" may be ,
dealt with summarily.
Will Support Senator Watson
The league in its campaign for a I
continued dry majority in Congress
will support Senator Watson, Republi?
can, against Thomas Taggart, Demo?
crat, in the Indiana Senatorial contest
and former Governor Frank B. Willis,
Republican, in the Ohio Senatorial
race. Included among the present
members of the House selected by the
league as the object of its attack the
list showed Representative Porter,
Pennsylvania, chairman of the House
Foreign Affairs Committee.
Cox Says He Will Make
Concessions on League
Governor Asserts Democrats
Oppose Only Nullifying Reser?
vations to the Covenant
RENO, N*v?, Sept. 16. ? Governor
Cox assorted here to-night that he
would "make any reasonable con?
clusion" to obtain American member?
ship in the League of Nations. The
candidate has closed hi? Nevada cam?
In a telegram to Professor Irving
Fiaher, of Yale University, Governor
Cox said that the Democratic platform
opposed only reservations of nullifies.- !
tfon. He announced that he would,
"endeavor to meet all reasonable de?
sires for proper reservations which
are offered in sincerity."
Senator Johnson May
Visit East in Campaign j
Letter Expresses Hope to Speak ,
in Industrial District Near
Rpeeiol Dispatch to Ths Tribuns
CHICAGO, Sept, 16,?Senator Hiram
Johnson may come East and speak in
the Republican campaign, and he may
include Indiana in hia itinerary, es?
pecially the great industrial district
?botst Gary, where the iron and steel
mills are located.
Senator Johns?? has written m let?
K. Y, W?m A. S?|r oSilr
Day up the Hiver
Saturday, flepten-txtr lita.
Mr. Mem-sr ftoMmtr
will aocompaji-r vs.
LIST ?It m liUmi NrflEHEFTI
ter to C. G, Kingwill, of Hammond,
Ind., In which he says:
"My plans are still vague, but I am
hoping to go into Indiana in behalf of
the Republican ticket during the cam?
paign? If I do go into your state I
shall be more than delighted to go
into Lake County. I want to express
to your people there my appreciation
of their very great kindness to me in
the Presidential primary."
Fraud Issue Raised in
Searles Will Probate
Counsel for Nephew of Million?
aire Asks Jury Trial to Deter?
mine Legality of Instrument
Special Dispatch to The Tribune
SALEM, Mass.. Sept. 16.?Counsel for
Victor Albert Searles, nephew of the
late Edward F. Searles, the Methuen
millionaire, filed this afternoon in the
Essex County Probate Court a motion
asking that the court direct that issues
of fact shall be tried by a jury in the
Superior Court in Essex County. The
1 motion also asks that the issues in?
clude the questions as to whether the
instrument of July 24, 1920, propounded
as the will of Edward F. Searles, was
executed according to law; whether
said Edward F. Searles was of sound
mind at the time of its execution and
DAILY, INCLUDING SUNDAY
"Washington Irvtag," "Hendrick Hudson,"
"Robert Falt?n," "Albany."
"De Witt Clinton" in Service May, 1821.
Direct Rail Connections. All througjh rail
tickets between New York and Albany ac?
cepted. Music. Restaurant.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME.
De ab rosnes St.
West i 2d St. . .
West 129th St.
???West Point. . .
Poughkeepule. . .
tReturn sl?amir same day from points
marktcl t. ??Except Sunday.
Ideal one-day outing-?.
Telephone Canal l<300.
Doabrooaea St. Fier. JNa-w Tarit.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 18
?Comfortable S;r HOMER RAMSDELL
leaves Fr.-?nklin St., 1 P. M., W. 12'j St.,
1 :4S P. M. for West Point, Newburgh,
Poughkeepsle, Kingston. Music. Restau?
rant. The palatial Str. BEX.?. IL
ODELLleaves Newburgh, fi P. M.J West
Point. 7 P. M , for return to New York.
?Also Str. POCGHKEEPSIE leave?
Franklin St., 2:30 P. M?; w. 129 St..
J!:ir> P. SI., for Highland Palls, Went
Point, Newburgh, Poughkeeps.e,
"lioth BteaTT*?rs offer an ideal afternoon
ol? the Hudson 4tanJ connect with re?
turn steamer to New York same day.
Special rato SI.10 round trip. Including
war ts-.xY Rood only on this date
CENTRAL HUDSON LINE
* s? TRIPS UP THE HUDSON TO
S3? Sir. "H?GHLAN?ER" wL.^-^o\YM9:
fare 60c A?" T,Ve!
Sat*. & sun?.. 85c. Child.. r.Jc
MUSIC? REFRESHMENTS? DANCING
Telephone Bowling Uf-een 76.5.
"THE PI IU.TC BE PLEASED"
BOSTON ?yBoat and Iiail
PROVIDENCE Boat Direct
ALL OUTSIDE STATEROOMS
Boat Leaves Pier JI9, Nonli River (foot
Went Houston St.), Dully & Sunday at 5:J!0
P. M., Duyllght .Saving Time.
'A'lione Spring 04t>l.
MAUCH CHUNK, $2.40
Leave W. 2J!U St., 8:20; Liberty St.,
h : 30 A. M.; Jackson Ave., Jersey City,
S:48 A. M.; Broad St., Newark, 8.4,1
A. M. War tax 19 cents?. Daylight
'1 isisu shown.
ON THE HUDSON ?
HIGHLAND FALLS. NEWBCRGH,
BEACON AND RETURN, ?1.26.
POLGHKEEPMK and RETURN, 91.60.
Str. "Benj. B. Odell"
Keataitrtint. Lnnchi-oom. Maaie.
Leave Sundays, rain or shine. Franklin
St.. 9 A. M.; W. 129th St., 9:30 A. M.
CENTRAL HUDSON LINE
Eastern Steamship Lines, In?.
AJ? the way by water
ri. CAPE COD CANAL
Btoaaaara lee-re Piar 18, North River, ft,
?f Murray St. PHONE BARCLAY ?OO?.
Daily at 5 P. M.
Worcester. $4.OS. Providence direct. ?3.24
STATEROOMS, ?LOS, ?1.62, ?sS.in.
Dally, in? ludlng Sunday. ?30 P. M. (Day?
light Bavin* Time.)
Prom lier 1?. E. 11 Phone 2700 Heekoata.
Tlckutu at Pltr or Consolidated Ortie??.
HUDSON RIVER NIGHT LINES
?ally from Star tl, N. R.. at Dssbroasaa
0t.. week ?tara ? P. U. and T P. M-i
Sundays and holiday* t P. M. and t P.
M. : Wast laind (St.. naif hour latar (dar*
tight ?Avies time). Pu? Albany ? o'claah
following morning. Troy. 7: IS A. M.
Dlroot rail connection? to all ?oints.
CENTRAL HUDSON LINE
Newh..rgh, Penghkeapet?, Kingston. Lv.
Franklin 8? . 4 1'. M.J Sat., 1 and 2:30 P.
M. All steamers leave W. Lift?. St. half
ron mom. and?.
OCEANIC and MSB
/ranilla St., Pier 24, ?.?0 a, rn., 2:4? P. m.
Battery. ?:?? a. m.. 3:1D p. m. ; HUNS.,
?franklin Hi.. I;M; DaUary. 1:1? A. M.
-whether it was procured to be ra????
through the fraud and undue influence
of ?Arthur T. Walker, Lewis L. Dela
field, Joseph P. McCarthy and Mary
Allen Rowland or any of them.
An opportunity will now be given
for counsel for the will to decide
whether they wish to ask for an early
hearing. It is expected that at that
time the matter of a citation for the
hearing on the petition previously filed
for the appointment of a special ad?
ministrator will come up for the court's
Another appearance in the case was
entered to-day when Charles Dickin?
son and Arthur Black, of 53 State
Street, Boston, representing Ames L.
Smith, of Detroit, Mich., appeared in
opposition to the probate of the wijl.
MOTOR OVER WELL BUILT ROAD?
WAYS, BREATHE TONIC AIR, VIEW
EVER CHANGING SCENES. SEE
SIMMER'S GREEN TURN TO AU?
TUMN'S SCARLET AND GOLD. EN?
JOY NEW ENGLAND AT ITS BEST.
AND AFTER THE DAY'S RUE
QUAINT WAYSIDE INNS, MODERN
CITY HOTELS OR FAMOUS RESORTS
Send for fit? Iilu*1r?ted Rc?d Map In color?-.
"New England Tours"
published by the NEW ENGLAND
HOTEL ASSOCIATION, eumprlsing
over two hundred of the beat n?tela
WILLKAM M. KIMBALL. Secretary,
Draper Hotel, Northampton, Masa
Garden City, Long Island
An exclusive American plan hotel with an
a la parto restaurant for motorists.
TURKISH AND RUSSIAN BATHS.
Excellent 18-Hole Golf Course Free to Guests
Frequent electric trains from 1'onn. Station
.1. J. I.ANNIN CO., Props.
MONTCLAIK. NEW JERSEY
IDtAL COUNTRY HOME
MONTf.'LAIR, N. .1.
MOST DELIGHTFULLY SITUATE?
RESIDENTIAL HOTEL IN NEW
OPEN THE ENTIRE THAR.
FREDERICK C. HALL COMPANY.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
??fani?c C try Hs fhe
huerta? on <t?e?osrFa\*Tr/A
_ . MACK l_ATX CO.A4
ggpg i i ??i
Ambassador Hotel? in Atlantic City, New
York. Santa Barbara and Loa Ane?les.
OPEN UNTIL NOVEMBER
A. E. MARTIN, Munacer
NEW YORK STATE
*f O T nX %.
21 minutes front Grand Central.
bO electric trains daily. City con
\-n.vin.es In the country. Golf,
tennis, saddle hursts. Daily
< oncerts. DANCING.
H nrl Pauehey & Sen. Inc., Lcaisc
Lawrence Park. B'onxville, N. Y.i
BRIARCLIFF MANOR. N. Y.
Open Till After ThankatiT?ng.
White Pinina. N. Y.
Open All Year.
BOONTON, N. J.
Successful Week Ends. Open ail year. Polder.
G. N. VINCENT, Uoonton, NY J.
SPKIN? LAKK BEACH. N. J
THE BREAKERS ftVllT
SPRING LAKE BEACn, N. J.
Special rates for Sept. Surf bathing,
goJf. tennis, riding. Open until Oct. *
Chauteau Frontenac, Heights of oiil Quebec
Canadian Pacific Motels. U'31 Rway. N. Y.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON
'orable .lohn P. Cohalan, a Surrogate ot
the County of New York, NOTICE Is here?
by -riven to sill persons having claim?
against WILLIAM F. ARMSTRONG, de?
ceased, late of the County of New York,
to present the ?an.? with vouchers thereof
tn the subscriber, at place of transacting
business,. No. 342-346 Fulton Street, Bor?
ough of Brooklyn, In the City of New
York, on or before the Aral day of Feb?
Dated New York, the second day of
UKINGS COUNTY TRUST COMPANY,
WILLIAM H. COMLBY. JR.,
BROWER, BROWER & BROWER. At?
torneys for Executors, Temple Har, 44
Court Street. Brooklyn. New York.
IN PURSUANCE Or A? ORDER OF HON
orable JOHN P. COHALAN, a Buriogat?
? f the County of New York. NOTICE la
hereby given to all persona having clalma
against JOHN SACHS, late of the County
of New York, deceased, to present the
same with Voucher? thereof to the ?sub?
scribers, at their place t.t transacting busi?
ness, at the office of GET1NER, SIMON ?t.
ASllBR. No. 299 Broadway. Manhattan,
In the City of New York, on or before the
?Sth day of October next.
Dated. New York, the 22nd day of April,
litJO SIGMUND SACHS,
OETTNER, SIMON ?fc ASHER, Attor?
neys for Administrator?, 299 Broad- i
war. Manhattivt.. New York City.
KAHL. MARY CLEMENTINE?In pur?u
ani-e of an o.-der of Honorable Jame? A.
Foley. a Surrogate of the County of New
York, notice In hereby given to all persons
t.ivlng claim? against Mary Clementine Kahl,
?te of the County of New Vork, deceased, to
preiient the ?ame with vouchers thereof to
the subscriber at her place of transacting
business at the office of her attorney?, Massr?.
Backetl, Chapman L Stevens. No. 154 Nassau
Street, In thu City of New York, on or before
the 11th day of December, 1920.
Daied. N w York, June 4, 1*20.
ARABELLA S. HURH, Executrix.
SACKETT. CHAPMAN * STEVENS. At?
torney? tor Executrix, No. 1G4 Nassau
Street (Tha Tribune Building). New
ARTHUR. JULIA.?IN PURSUANCE OF ?
an order of Honorable John P. Cohalaa,
a Surrogate of the County of New York,
notice 1? hereby given to all peraon? hav?
ing claims against Julia Arthur, lata ot
th? Couuiy of New York, deceased, to
pteaent tn? name with voucher? thereof
to the subscriber, at Its place of trans?
acting business. No. 140 Broadway, In th*
City of N?w York, on or before th* 12tl?
day of November naxL
Dated, New York, tha fifth day ?>
GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY OE
NEW YORK. Executor.
WALTER J. MOORS. Attorney for ?*"
ecutor. It William Straet, Naw Tarit
Help Wanted Business Opportunities
Situations Wanted Business Cards
\r%????*&#? A*?*?,fiS Furnished Rooms Lo?t, Found and Reward
VV ????ai, .??rm.U? Boarders Wanted F??I?^??* a??s-?
Boarders Wanted Employment ?Agencie*
kOBT. FOUND AND REWARDS i
Lost, on Tuesday, Sept. 18, a, small patenl
?mil, hfT,.8ultcaae. On* hundred dollars re?
ward will be paid to the person returning
am-rna with contents.
? ?il k t0 Box 175> Hlllburn. New York, or
telephonej-iooo Cortlandt. N. Y. C._
LIBERAL reward for return of lady's silk
,?5an???K containing two diamond rings,
tost at Hotel Commodore Wednesday after?
noon-Address H. P. Swanton. 45 East 17th
st. Phone Stuy. 8273, during office hours.
LOST?Bankbook No. 682811 of the union
Dime Savings Bank is missing. Any
person having a claim to it is hereby
called upon to present the same within ten
days, or submit to having said passbook
cancelled and a new one issued.
LOST?Bankbook No. 131299, North River
Savings Bank. Pavment stopped. Kind?
ly return to bank, 31 West 34th Street.
N. Y. ?.-.
LOST?Bankbook No. LI 53.391 of the
Bank for Savings, 280 Fourth ave. Pay?
ment stoj.pcd. Please return to bank.
LOST?Bankbook No. 77,1.33 of the U. S.
Savings Bank of N. Y. Payment Stopped.
Please return book to bank.
FURNISHED BOOMS TO LET
85TH, 118 EAST?Splendid accommoda
tlons; one large room adjoining bath.
I 51ST ST. 301 W.?Large corner room, sult
i able for two gentlemen; reasonable.
G4TH ST., 303 W.?Nicely furnished double
room; also parlor; reasonable; rellned
57TII ST., 401 W.?Nicely funrlahed front
parlor; suitable for two gentlemen;
G3TH ST., 3C1 W.?Well furnished, Urge
room suitable for two gentlemen; $10.
8GTtr. 140 WKST?Desirable accommoda?
tions, exceptionally well furnished housa;
large room?; gentlemen only; references.
111TH. 267 WBST?Choice room?, large,
small; business couple; elevator, conve?
niences. Apt. 11.
112TH ST.. 816 WEST.?a attractive front
rooms; private lavatory; convenience?;
114TH. 300 WEST?Large room, suitable
ur two gentlemen, $10. L. Ellis.
11STH, 227 WEST.?Front parlor* with bed?
room, suitable two; also single; reasona- ,
11STH ST.. 353 W.?Large room In elevator
apartment; twin bed*; running water.
122D ST., 277 W.?Well furnished, large,
loom; suitable for tw.o; $10; reference.
124TH, 73 WEST?Parlor and bedroom, |
.suitable two; well furnished; $12. Deel-:
131ST ST., 273 W.?Well furnished front
jiiii-loi-; suitable for two gentlemen; elec?
tricity; all conveniences; reasonable. Mc
149TII, 600 WEST?Furnished room; Chris?
tian family, gentleman only; references.
TWO COMFORTABLE looms, to business !
people or students; three minutes to j
subway and bUR; terms reasonable. Apt.'
24, 452 Fort Washington av. Tel. Wads
UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO LET \
DOCTOR'S OFFICE, 300 Central Park i
West, cornrr 90?h st. Apt. IF.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
GENERAL HOUSE WORKER, capable :
woman. 25 to 30 years; family of three, i
Telephone 2461 Mount Vernon.
COOK WANTED?Experienced; white cook!
tn go tu Plalnfleld, N. J. : two in family;
good wages. Apply R.'II. Dc-pew, 8th (loor,
55 John st.. between 12:3" and 2. i
HOUSEWORKER?Capi?We while woman. '
general housework, no washing, goo?l
wages. P. O. Box 581, Cedarhurst, L. I.
HOUSEWORKER and Cook to care for
liaturnlty house. Apply 6 14 West 113th.
GENERAL HOUSEWORKER. small apart?
ment, part time, white. 515 W. !56th St.
WAITRESS, assist chamberwork; three in
family; references. Call, 9 to 12, JU
East 93d St.
BILL1NO machine operator, good hours,
good wages. Apply Mr. Davis, 8th floor,
239 West iJilh st.
CLERKS AND TYPISTS WANTED
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCB
Girls 17 years of age and over
Hours f to 4:30 o'clock
Saturdays 9 to 12 o'clock
Luncheons served free
Sa'ary to start $12 00
Abilities of clerUs reviewed each r\x month?
Those of average ability should be receiving
from $16 to $18 per week after the second
review. The variation Is due to difference In
Fi'efl classes conducted In Typewriting.
Stenography and Dictaphone Operating
Apply in Person between 9 and 4:30 o'clock
Room 6033, Metropolitan Building
1 Ma?isor. Ave. ?at ??rd St.). New York City.
$15.00 A WEEK
$S5 TO $100 A MONTH
OPEN IN OUR
CORNER 37TH 3T.
CORNER DEY ST.
. -0 EAST 150TH ST.
Il WILLOUOHBY ST.
MADISON SQUARE 12099.
UIRL, over 16. to assist in mulling and
clorlcal work; good opportunity fur
bright girl. Apply Mr. Davis, 8lh floor,
23S W-.'Bt 39th.
Young ladles to assist In office; must be
good penmen and Quick and accurate at
HARRY KITZINGER & CO.,
OFFICE GIRLS?Age, 14 to 1?; larga In?
surant? company: chance for advance?
ment to clerical positions. P. t?. Bo?
S26. City Hall Station, N. Y.
Permanant selling position, $15 to tit a
week with monthly bonus If capable.
Shaw's Jewelry Shops, R. 20$, 1432 Broad?
way. (.OR. 3 door).
HEU* WANTED FEMALE
21-35 YEARS OR AGE
9:30 P. M. to 7:00 A. M.
Opportunities to earn
$90.00 to $100.00 a month
in six months.
$18.00 a week in two
weeks when assigned to
$15.00 a week during in?
struction in the day time.
Higher salaries for more
It interested call at
New York City
(Cor. 27th St.)
Madison Square I2OOO
retail?Younor woman, this is an Inside posl- '
tlon for one thoroughly experienced and
who can show results; ?plendid salary aad
opportunity is offered by large organiza- i
tlon : state age, experience and salary ex
pected; give full details. Write R. H,
342. Suite 405, 110 West 34th at. i
S9S SIXTH AVE., 24TH-26TH STS.,
THE OLDEST AND LAROEST YARN
HOCSE. REQUIRES COMPETENT
SALESLADY.?Young lady canvasser of
good appearance; intelligent; salary and
commissions ; fast selling fifty-cent office
specialty. Call after 10 a. m, Peco, 41
SALESLADY?Experienced. for confec?
tionery store: good pay; no Sunday.
154 Chambers st.
SALESLADIES?With ability; high salary.
Brady's Dept. Store, Columbus ave.,
corner 100th st.
STENOGRAPHER and typist, experienced
in law office work; J25 to start. Apply,
mall only, Lawyer, 721 6th ave., Brooklyn.
YOUNG LADY who can operate typewriter
for work in order department. Phone
Madison Square 9426 for appointment.
YOUNG WOMEN ?A leading downtown
establishment has an opening for sev?
eral young women as salespersons ; ?al?
ary $14 a week to start: opportunity for
advancement; congenial surroundings. D
YOUNG WOMEN?Largo insurance com?
pany requires young women for con?
genial office work; experience not neces?
sary. P. O. Box 325, City Hall Station. N.Y.
YOUNG WOMAN wanted by a leading New
York fire insurance company as clerk ;
good salary to start and excellent chances
for advancement. D 35. Tribune.
STENOCP.APHERS-SECRETAJ.IAL School -
Foi 25 >ears practically all ?New York's 200
words minuto secretaries, law, court re?
porters, earning over 150 weekly, ' received
Lusk training: new- Pitmnnle lightning
phrases invented by Frank Lusk give every
stenograph? r now 300 words minute; faster
than oJd fashion, so-called champions, be?
ginners' course; speeding; day. evening; cor?
respondence. Lusk Institute, l-."j West 12d
st. Bryant 9138.
Operators are placed immediately in good
paying positions after completing our spe
clal thtee weeks course of Instruction on
BURROUGHS CALCULATING AND
Day or Evening fiasses Enroll Now.
BURROUGHS SCHOOL FOR OPERATORS
J.M7 Broadway New Yorl; ?"or. Vesey Sv
YOUNG WOMEN to train for nurs.es; l<t
months' course; pay while learning.
Brooklyn Eye & Ear Hospital, 94 Livlng
sttm st., Brooklyn,, N. Y._
HELP WANTED MALE
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO
Over 10 year? ?if ag?.
S.ilary to start J13
Opoortumtv for Rapid Advancement
Luncheons Served Free
Applv In Person between 9 and 4:30 o'elock
Room G0JJ3. Metropolitan Building
1 Madison Avenue (at 23d Strest)
Now York City.
ROY?A GOOD OPPORTUNITY
FOR BOYS. SHORT HOURS.
APPLY MR. BOGEL. 44 BROAD
ST., NEW YORK CITY.
TO ASSIST TN* OFFICE
AND ACT AS M?SSBNOERS.
HARRY KITZ I NO ER & CO.
BOY?Good opportunity for bright, ambi?
tious youth who Is willing to connect
with large storage battery concern; good
future for right party. Exlde Battery
Depots, Inc. 101 West End ave.
BOYS?Bright. Intelligent boys wanted.:
splendid chance for advancement. Ap?
ply Unter Barry Co., publishers, 173
t'hambers St. j
BOYS?We want live boy, one who Is !
looking for a future with a growing or?
ganization; preferably one with a high
school education; state ago, schooling and
salary desired. D 40 Tribune.
BOY to assist stock clerk in large publish?
ing house: steady position, good pay.
Pictorial Review Co , 222 West 33th st.
See Mr. Williams.
BOY ?Neat and energetic, by large trans?
atlantic steamship company. Address,
own handwriting, "Z. O.." I'. O. Box 622.
cuy Hall Station, New York City.
BOY wanted. Gentile, insuranr? broker's
office; good opportunity for bright bov.
Hall-Morse Co., 100 William st.
BOY for errands, white or colored. Hud
son Esnbroldery, 48 West 17th st.
BOY WANTED ? Good opportunity for
bright boy, 16 years or over. Sengbusch
Co., Room 516, Tribune B^dg.
BOY?Telephone errands; $10. Cail 11
a. m., room 1208t 106 Fulton st.
ELECTRICIAN?Armature winder on A.
C. and D. C. armatures and repairs; In?
ducement for good man. John R. Proctor. |
Inc., I?! West 9th ?t., Rayonne, N. ?.
JUNIOR CLERK, nilng, mailing. Ac. ; !
Christian-American about 16 to 17 years ?
of age. permanent position. John N. !
Steams & Co., 144 Madison ave.
?l??iTN ?Th?NDS i
STEADY JOB. WINTER AND SUMMER,'
FOR VARIETY AND BAND HAW OPER?
ATOR; UNION SHOP; ABILITY PAID]
FOR. THE ANDERSON LUMBER CO., I
PASSAIC. N. J. ?
MESSENGER and mall department work;
elderly gentlemen. Apply Peck ft Hills i
Furniture Co., 141 Madison ave.
OFFH'B ASSISTANT?Young man. Ii-t0.
who can do billing; references. G. E. M.
Stumpp, "61 6th ave.
ouvrira boy?. ??*? 14-1?; large down
tiwn concern; advancement. Address
V. O. Box 325. City Hall Station, X. Y.
HELP WANTED MALE
OFFICH BOY. raw allk bualnea?. William
Ryla st Co.. 225 Fourth ?v.
OFFICE BOY In large law firm downtown;
opportunity right boy. Call or write, H.
Saler, 62 William St._
OFFICE BOY, Christian Arm; excellent op?
portunity. Apply In person. William L.
Barrell Co., 8 Thomas at.
OFFICE BOY: bright. Intelligent. Apply
Wallace & Tiernan. S49 Broadway.
This ad has no ax to grind that won't
cut wood for every man who Is ??Hing to
be roused out of mediocre performance into
the building of a. permanently progressive
career?with big and bigger earning? re?
warding every day's work?and a man's
size opportunity to become a top-notcher in
an organization that is growing fast
enough to keep moving every man In it
continuously on and up. Whether you are
experienced or Inexperienced matters little.
If you '.an wa'k and talk and tell the truth
and bave ambition that's capable of dis?
couraging laziness, you're the man we
want. Call 10 to 4. Interviews confiden?
SUITE 1010. 25 W. 43D ST.
?Suite 1512. Flatlron Bldg. ; Suite 305, 13?
Nassau su; Suite 84, 186 Montague at.,
Brooklyn; Suite 62. 158 Market st., Newark.
relail?Young man, this is an Inside posi?
tion for one thoroughly experlenccit ami
who can show results; splendid salary'?nd
opportunity Is offered by large organisa?
tion; stale age, experience and salary ex?
pected; gire full details. Write R. H,
342, Suite 405. 110 West 34th st.
YOUNG MAN, Christian-American, about
17 or 1? yoars of age, as stock clerk,
ribbon department, silk house. John N.
Stoarns & Co., 144 Madison ave.
YOUNG MAN. Christian-American, as por?
tar and usslstant pack.ug clerk in etlk
house. Juhn N. .Steams ,. Co., 144 Madi?
YOU.NO MAN. 18-20, purchasing dept.;
high school graduate preferred; apply in
own handwriting, statins age, experience.
if any, salary expected. Y. M., 200 East
YOUNO MAN who can operate typewriter;
opportunity for advancement If made of
right stufr. Phono Madison Square ?425
LEARN TO BE A CHAUFFEUR.?Pleasant
and proiltable work; day and evening
classes. Send for free booklet and visitor's
pass. West Side T. M. C. A.. S06 West
MEN wanted to operate moving picture
machines in theaters; we teach vou. dnvs
or evenings. American Theater Building,
644 8th av. '42.1). Bryant 1319._
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE
CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS AND COOK. I
American, mother and daughter; good
city references; city apartment preferred;
870-S;.5.. <; . Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 E.
43d st., 2d floor, telephone S947 Murray
CHAMBERMAID- Young Irish girl; excel?
lent lor.g references; assistant 'waitress;
$65. M. Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 10 East
4J!d st , 3d flour. Telephone 8H47 Murray
CHAMBERMAID?Young Irish girl; ex?
cellent long references; assistant wait-i
ress; $t>5. M., MI33 Hofmavor's Agency, 10 I
East 43d st , 3d floor. Tel .Murray Hill ?947. I
COOK.?Young Irish girl; excellent long
city references; $75-180. H.. Miss Hof?
mayer's Agency, lu East 43d ?t.. 3d floor.
Tel. 8947 Murray Hill.
COOK, *ron?i -fcianager. thoroughly capabl?,
excellent. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau.
366 5lh ave.
DAY'S WORK.?Laundress or cleaner;
good reliable woman; |3.60-*4.I0. D.,
Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 Ea?i 43d st.,
3d floor. Tel. 8917 Murray Hill.
General Houseworkers, Etc.
HOUSEWORKER AND NURSE, mother
.uni dsfughter. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau,
360 Gth ave.
HOUSEWORKER- Midle-aged West In?
dian. ? xc ??-if. cook, good waitress, ex?
tr?mele neat. ?'., Miss Hofmavor's Agency,
10 East !3d st . Jd floor, telephone 8J-47
Slur ray Hill.
GOVERNESS desires to go South or West ?
for ill- uinter with family; experienced
sen, her. with good references Address Clara
1: Jude. Cly.mer, N. V.
LAUNDRESS?Excellent laundress; good i
long r^f'-rences; country all year. M., ?
Miss Hofmaver's Agency, 10 East 43c st..
3d floor. Tel. 8347 Murray Hill.
KITCHEN-MAID?New arrival from Jugo?
slavia, speaks O? i't-ian, wishes immedi?
ate employm.nt; pleaae call after 11
Thursdrt, morning. S . Miss Hofmayer's
Agency. 10 East -KJd st., 3d floor.
LADY'S MAID; French; good city refer?
ences; excellent seamstress; S60-$CC. P.,
Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 10 East 4JJd st.,
3d floor. Tel. 8947 Murray Hill.
COUPLE -'.'oiik. useful man; country; first
class. Hornigs. 944 3d ave. (57th st.).
NURSE, young, inexperienced, willing to
le.irti. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau, 366
NURSE, young, hospital trained, excellent
references. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau,
JJ66 5th av?.
WAITRlviSS-PARLOR MAID: young, neat,
capable: good references: i?>5-$7n. (}.,
Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 Ka?t 4.1d st.,
3d floor. Tel. 8947 Murray Hill.
-"-- ? ? ? ' SB?
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
To the man, a gsiin to the organization. I
A Yale graduate, with fosir years' succossful i
general business experience, wishes the op- j
portunity i<> demonstrate executive ability. :
D 37, Tribune. I
EXECUTIVE. ? Do you need a man who can ;
produce results as an oflice manager and J
flii.inci.-il and creilit man. systematizer of office :
records as to factory, In fact supervise the
running of si factory from office. Reason
for leaving Chicago, health of wife. D 39,
JAPANESE domestic help by professional .
workers. 106 West 46th St. Bryant
Professional Help Fernste and Mal? ?
ROS F. E. CLARK AGENCY I
CORTLANT-T 4241. 5 BREKMAN ST. |
.-stenographers, typists, bookkeepers, of?
fice assistants, switchboard cp?rators, male
or female. beginners or experienced; i
promptly p'acod Call all -#ee<:.
3,400 ACRES virgin growth timber in !
Hampshire County. West Virginia. Wor
rell tk Co.. 65S N. 17th. Philadelphia. Pa.
The following la a copy of Certificate of
Dissolution of the HAMILL-DBFORESTI
CO.. IN?'., as Issued by the Secretary of .
State. State of New Yorlr:
STATE OK NEW YORK. ? ? . ]
Office of the Secretary of State. J
THIS CERTIFICATE. Issued In dupli?
cate, hereby certifies that the HAMILL
DEKORKST CO.. INC.. a domestic corpo- I
ration, has filed in this offlet- on this 13th
day of September. 1920. papers for the ;
voluntary dissolution of such corporation i
under section 331 of the Oeneral Corpora- |
*tlon Law, and that It appear? therefrom '
that ouch corporation has compiled with!
said fecllon In order to be dissolved.
WITNESS my hand and seal of office
of th? Secretary of state, at the City
nf Albany, thla thirteenth day of
September, one thousand nine hun?
dred and twenty.
O. W. TA Vf.
Second Deputy Secretary of Slat?,
CHANGE OP NABIS
NOTICH IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
business conducted under the nan* of
Q. H. McCormack _ Co., JU?3 Broad-way. .
New York City, -since It? Inception In 111?.
and from which Mr. O. ML McCormeckJ ,
withdrew In 1918, will hereafter be con
ducted under the ?am? of M. E. Landau
? Co.. who have assumed all obligation?
and who will continue tha bualaea? at tha
same address. M. E. LANDAU
P. M. LANDAU.
Carpet? ?ad Bags i
STILLINGS, INC.? ?54 MADISON AVB.
(5?th St.) offera an ?toffant mw line
(slightly used) CARPETS AND RUGS in
Wilton, Asmlnster, Brussels (domestic and
Imported) In Bokala Oriental pattern?. In
tanpe, browns, grays, green, woody colora
and mixed patterns, dusted and washed Ilk*
new: $1, $2, $3, $4 yard up; run all prices,
all sizes, plain, mixed design?, $16. $35, $?*
up; several Oriental rugs; making ovar,
cleaning, laying, repairing, dyeing, reason?
able, reliable, beautiful. PLAZA IIM.
Diamonds, Jewelry, Etc. ,
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY BOUGH*
FOR CASH, estate* appraised. purchaa-Ki.
BENNETT. 175 B.oadway, upstair?.
DON'T ?scrlfloe your household effect*.
Furniture, Carpet?. Oriental Ruga. Work?
of Art. Pianos, Linens, before you see me.
EICH NCR, 3?? University Place. Stuy?
SELL SLIGHTLY USED HIOH ORAD?
furniture; dining-room suites, bedrooms,
library, bric-a-brac, cut glass. Small, ?91
WE PAT highest price? for furniture,
pianos, antique?, bric-a-brac, book?, art.
etc. OABAY, SS University PL Stuy
Very valuable Louis XVI drawing room
suite and other chotoe piece?; also flee
Klrmansha carpet, about 12x1t. Call after?
noons at 30 East 65th ?'??
Where Prices Are Down
Buy a Stitch ?u'.t or overcoat direct
fro>v? the maker and save retallera profit.
Wonderful values, I2I..50 to $41.60; larga
assortment ot conservativa and ?nappy
STICH CO.. ?21 Broadway. It h floor.
A WHOLESALER SACRIFICING at retail
3.600 high grade hand tailored all wool
Men's ?toits, latest sty tea, at I?P.60 and
?Jf2.r.o (former wholesale price $4$.60). Few
hundred silk, mohair suits at $16.76. Show?
room. A. & B. Clothes Shop, 62 West 33d
st.. opposite Hotel McAlpin.
G?TTLIEB BUYS -CfflPS?S
prices. Drop postal 139 Ludlow ?t.
Over 7S years' practice; all communie?,
tlons strictly confidential; handbook on
?'atents freo cm request; special facilltle?
for office consultation. Munn A Co., pat?
ent attorneys, 607 Woolworth JJuildl-*,_
BARGAINS?New and ?hop-soiled trunka,
hairs, suitcases, ?steamer outfits. Thome?
<"!. Hunt. 830 6th av. (47th St.).
BIO BARGAIN?New and used wardrobe
trunks. 606 Sixth ave., bet. 30th-ai?t st.
Non-*rj**lb)?. S months. S3 : Visible. S months. $7 3? ?a
AMERICAN WKITINa JstACHIN? CO.. INC..
345 Broadway, at Leonat.i st. Te.l. 540*
1? E. 23d St.. opponit? M?'U?m trr Praaklla
THE TYPE*?OUTER EXCHANO",
U Barclay t?. Telerhea* trst- B*u?la?.
SUPREME COURT, NEW YORK COVNTT.
- HENRY M. HL'EDSHMAN and LOUIS
! HUEBSHMAN, co-partners, doing bualness
: under the trade name and elyle of U. M.
: HCKRSHMAN A BRO.. Plaintiff. ?gainst
.IACOH M. T?LAMO, trading as the Umplr?
Woolen Co., Defendant.*?Summon?.
To the ahovo named defendant:
You are hereby summoned to answer the
complaint in this ftction. and to serve a
copy of your answer en th? plaintiff's attor?
ney within twenty days after the eervlce of
thJ-- summons, exclusive of the day of ser?
vile, and in casjp of your failure to appear
or answer judgment will be taken ".gains'
you I > d?failli for the relief demanded IB
tn? i ompla Int.
Dated, New York. A>-.?-.ist 25?h. 1920.
UONDY * SCHLOSS. At'ornevs for Plain?
tiff. Office and P. O Address. 271 Fifth
Avenue. Borough of Manhattan. New
To: Ja-coh M. T?lamo. Def<ndant.
'j'ne fore-.'oin-? summons is ct\e.t upon yon
by publication pursuant to an order of [I^n
Philip J. McCook, Jus'ice of tha Supreme
Court ot th? Sisise of New York, and n!?d
v.:lh th? i oinplaint in th? office of the ?'ier'<
of the County ?Y? New York, at the ('"unty
Co-;.--. House i>. 'he Borough of Manhattan.
?'::??? of New York, on the 2nd day of Sep?
BONDY A SCHLOSS. Attorneys for Plain?
ts t?. Office and P. O. Address. 270 Fifth
Avenue. Borough of Manhattan, New
OF GOODS FOR
IN ACCORDANCE WITH TBC PRO
*. isloii of law,' there boing due i,r.d utl
P?i ! charges for which the undersigned
Columbus Storage Warehouse. Inc.. Is en?
titled to a lien as warehouseman on the
.-?.oils hereinsfter dfscrlbei!, and due no?
tice bavins; been given to all parties known
to claim an Interest therein, and the tim?
specified In such notice for payrr.ent r,t
such char-cos havin? expired. th?re will be
sold at public auction at our warehouses.
62-G4 West 134th Street. Now Y*ori; City.
ON* FRIDAY, ?KITEMBER 24, 1820. AT
10:30 A. M?, and if the sale is not com?
pleted on said dale the same w?ll be con?
tinued o> e;icii and every Friday thero
?if-.er, be-tlnninir at 10:30 a. tn. on each
day. and continuing until all goods are
sold, to wit: Household furniture, cons!?-.
InK of j-viJor suits, bedroom suits, dining
room e ??"s. library furniture, planor-, vlc
trolas, musical Instruments, carpets, rugs,
trunk?, boxes, barrels, suitcases, contents
consisting of clothing unen, books, paper?.
stationery, picture.?, sewing machine-?, ice.
boxes, cv.tlery. lamps, bric-a-brac, china
and ?I- /'ware, silverware, bedding, dra?
peries nnd materials and other per&onal
efrerts held for the account of the fol?
lowing parties concerned: Maud Smith, Mr.
E. Roe. Cornelius Crawford, D. G. Powell,
K. R. De Long. Sam De Kalb, Mr?. Artley,
F. I-;. Roberts, H. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
James Lewis, Schaffer Furnitur? Co., Mary
Tapshcr, Charle? Robinson, Mrs. Lace ?
Chtlds. A. L. Bernbray. J. J. Ao._ Ht. K.
Mulllngs, E. Jackson, Charlea Alirton, Mr?
and Mrs. L. L. Arvin, Mr?. Nevlns. Loll? "
Streets, P. T. Jefferson, Mr?. Etta Onef!."-'
M. Porthune. Mosle Hill, Mra. Alexander. :
N. R. Sears. Joseph Larsen, Mrs. A. Mo
Kellar. ?J. V. George.
THB GOODS WILL BE) ON EXHIB?- ?
TION AT THE TIME AND PLACE O
?2-34 West 134th ?-street.
WY1.BE. EDWARD.?IN PURSUANCE OV
an order of Honorable John P. Cohalan.
a SurioRJle of the County of New York,
notice is hereby Riven to all persons having
claim.? against Fdward W'yld?, late of the
fount y of New York, deceased, to present
ihe mn.e, with voucher? thereof, to th? ?
subscribers, at their place of transecting
business, at the office of their attorney?.
Walker & RedmaY No. 59 Wall Street, 1?
the Borough of Manhattan, City ot New
Tork, on or before the 28th day ot Jan?
Dated New York, th? ltth ?lar ot July.
ELIZABETH WHI?? WTLDB,
THE LIBERTY NA*fIONA_
BANK OF NEW YORX.
WALKER ?i REDMAN. At tor noy? to*
the Executor?. OtBce and P. O. Ad?
dress. No. 6? Wall ?treat. Mar-hat?*?
Borough. New York City.
IN PUR8UANCB OF AN ORDHR <5?
Honorable John P. Cohalan. a Surrogat*
?f th? County of New York. NOTICE ta
hereby given to all person? harta? alalina
again?; EMMA M. DWtGKT, Uta ot th?
?County c* N?w York, dec?????, to present
the ?am? with voucher? thereof te tha
subecr-ber?, at their p!*ee of transact lt.*
buaii.eaa, ?c th? office of Hughe?. Rounds,
fcchurman A Dwlgbt, their attorney?. Ne.
10C Broadway, Borough of Manhattan. City
?f New York, en ?r ??tor? the m h ?lay *t
Dated. N?w Tork. April ?7th. I?M.
JOHN ?. DWIOHT,
RUTH DWIOHT MeVITTY. 'i
RICHARD ?. DWrOHT. '
HL'C.HBS. ROUNDS. BCHURMAN ?
DWIOHT, Attorney? for Executors, t*
Broadway. Borough at Menfcatt*??
Mow York City.