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Real Estate News
5th Ave. Realty
??ft Building Near 21st St.
Understood To Be in New
Hands; Howe Dwelling
I9 Under Negotiations
The jnc?->rporation at Albany yester
j?v of the 141 Fifth Avenue Realty
Sporation presages ? change in the
?*_trol of the ten-story loft building
ft that address. The building stands
?_ ? plot 48x90. adjoining the south
-,;t corner of Twenty-first Street. Dr.
Bernard A. Kantrowitz is the present
?__?r of record. The corporation just
?MBixed is capitalized at $100,000 and
?controlled by W. and 1. Reiss and E.
Deil Pending for Fifth Avenue Realty
Negotiations are reported pending
far the sale of the six-story building
at 5*0 Fifth Avenue by Mrs. Morgan
tt. Howe, who ?s holding it at $450,000.
The property adjoins the establish?
ment of J. M. Gidding & Co. in the
former Euclid Building.
Viacent Astor Sells Old Corner
Vincent Astor sold to a client of
George W. Mercer & Son the southeast
earner of Fourteenth Street and Eighth
A<*en*ae, four three-story buildings, on
g plot fronting 46 feet on the avenu?
?ad SO feet on the street. The prop?
erty is known as 74 to 78 Eighth Ave
use ?nd -54 -West Fourteenth Street,
md has been owned by the Astor fam?
ily for nearly a century. Dwight,
Arifcibald & Perry were associate
brokers in the transaction.
Resale of Henry Astor Realty
The Rupo Realty Corporation has ae
qured from the Colonial Sand and
Stone Company the plot. 60x100, on the
?jOTth side of Fiftieth Street, 185 feet
cast of Twelfth Avenue. This is part
of the Henry Astor estate property
K>?d last spring by Joseph P. Day and
J. Clarence Davies.
Oppenheim, Collins & Co. Bays
Oppenheim, Collins & Co. bought the
foar-story tenement at 309 East Thirty
?second Street, 20x98.9, near Second
Avenue, from the New York Life In
lorance and Trust Company. It ad?
joins the buyer's garage at 305-307.
Takes Heights Site
JL Tedd Thurmond bought the plot,
WxlOO, on the north side of 164th
Street, 300 feet east of Amsterdam
Bayers of Buildings
In Lower Fifth Avenue
L. Luria & Son are the buyers of the
fcnilding at 139 Fifth Avenue, with an
"I" to 5 East Twentieth Street, sold re?
cently by the Benenson Realty Com?
Mrs. Nichola Podester is the buyer of
the dwelling at 129 West Eleventh
Street, sold recently by Dunlap & Lloyd
for John Nash. The new owner will oc
eapy at the expiration of the present
Sarah A. Clark is the bnyer of the
?esrellings at 32 and 34 East 126th Street.
Temple C. Purge is the buyer of the
dwellings at 272 to 276 West 128th
?Street, sold recently by the Benenson
Sir? de Mar-zianna is the bnyer of the
dwelling at 155 East 117th Street.
Domenico Galanti is the buyer of the
?dwelling at 54 Macdougal Street.
Homes West of Central
Park Attract Investors
Considerable Activity in This
Section: Also in Harlem
and in Heights
Mary E. McCullough sold to Herbert
P. MacGregor. the five-story dwelling,
59 West Sixty-ninth Street, 20x100.5.
The Leona Realty Corporation sold
to Sadye Wi'.son the four-story dwell?
ing, 29 West Eighty-seventh Street,
Bruce Reynolds sold to the Brucely
Realty Companv the four-story dwell?
ing, 58 West Eighty-third Street, 25x
Margaret Gordon sold to Howard A.
Raymond the four-story dwelling, 42
West Ninetieth Street. 20x100.8.
Mary L. Cassidy sold to Eleanor M.
Mitchell the three-story dwelling, 46
Prospect Place, northwest corner of
Perty-second Street, 17.1x54.
Philip Ziering sold to Jechil Foli
trinick 226 \Ve3t Twenty-ninth Street,
a thr-ee-story house, 16.7x68.6.
Dunlap & Lloyd sold for John Nash
til? three-story dwelling, 129 West
gerenth .Str<=*t, 20x100, to Mrs.
Buying In Harlem District
The Schutter Homes, Inc., sold to
?dor Greer.wald, the three-story
?Wiling, 23 West 113th Street, 16x
Porter & Co. sold for Annie I.
?trilcer the three-story dwelling, 119
W?*st 118th Street, 20x100.11.
Johann W. Schopbach sold to
Antonio Purro the three-story dwell
?*. 440 East 118th Street, 17x100.
Albert C. Woehrle sold to Rosa
Barba the three-storv dwelling, 243
?st 118th Street, 16.8x100.
The I. B. D. Realty Corporation sold
? E. & D Vrachopoulos, the five
?tory'dwelling at 224 West 121st Street,
Sales In Heights Section
Tw'H How''" ?*-?l*i f?r the Equitable
??top As???ranee Society the three-story
sm? model dwelling, 242 West 138th
???t, 85x99.11, with facilities for a
?*??-? in the year, to Mrs. Willie Jor?
_5__*SrE' w*-'er sold to the Ovrego i
?*? ty Corporation the three-story :
????ling, 4_4 Convent Avenue. 16x75.
seima A. Rogers bought the three
S&in* '2iH Wcst 136th street- i
Little for Rent
?ft-Tu* * ?r:n'man hav?5 Iet furnished
&v?r*'.Mart"a Taylor, represented.
tor _ ., ,non ''l1'??house as agent,!
_..__. A?<;ta^der the three-story and
SE**?* dwelling at 153 East Fifty- ;
??in Mreiit. between Lexington and
Samuel H. Martin leased the four
Bf* dwelling 148 West Sixty-fifth !
?Kak* ?r ?olU*n Hail to Ryu"-h
?_F? wuff A Bro*n Company leased
M ff H. Kgar to 'William J. Rogers
P?k_hr'*tory dwp,Hn* ?t 405 ?est
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I Dwelling House Sales
Feature Bronx Trading
! Hoiqe Buyer? Out in Many Sec
I lions of Borough ; Findlay
Avenue Flat Sold
The Herzog Realty Corporation sold
; to the Parnoso Realty Corporation the
! four-story flat 1069 Findlay Avenue,
j Cahn & Cahn bought from Agnes
| Moran 280 East 164th Street, a two
! family house, 25x100.
Walter E. Brown sold for Libbie M.
j Utter 348 and 850 East 143d Street, two
i one-family frame dwellings.
Juftius J. Pittman sold to Hannah
j Ratigan the two-story dwelling 1343
! Boscobel Avenue, 17.9x74.
Irene K. Martin sold to Daniel J.
i Fogarty the two-story dwelling at the
i southwest corner of Marion Avenue
! and 193d Street, 19.3x163.10, to Baln
; bridge Avenue.
August Hahn sold to John Kelfer
the two-story dwelling 766 East 165th
: Street, 20x142.
James A. Harrington sold to Pauline
Brauchle the two-story dwelling 344
East 194th Street, 18x118.11.
Israel Vichter sold to Sebastian Ales
sandro 513 Weiher Court, a two-story
i dwelling, 17.3x50.
Motor Agents to
Pay $1,250,000 for
Lease Building at 57th St.
Corner; Printing Concern
Gets Space in Structure
in Greenwich Village
Th? Colt-Stratton Company, dis?
tributor of motor cars, has leased from
B. Eichberg the northeast corner of
i Broadway and Fifty-seventh Street, a
I four-story building, 50x100. The lessee
is now at 1845 Broadway, and at the
expiration of the leases will alter the
new premises for its requirements.
The lease is for twenty-one years at
an aggregate rental of $1,250,000 and
commences October 1, 1922. Byrne &
Bowman negotiated the deal.
George R. Read & Co. and Harrison
S. Colburn Company leased the ninth
floor at 132 to 138 King Street to
Lamont-Corlisa Company for its print?
ing and advertising departments.
Shirt Company Takes Heights Stores
Henry Shapiro & Co. leased to the
? Paramount Shirt Shops, Inc., a large
j store in the building located at the
! northwest corner of 180th Street end
; St. Nicholas Avenue. The same brokers
have leased to the Paramount Shirt
Shops a store in the Riverside Theater
I Buildingj at the northwest corner of
I Ninety-sixth Street and Broadway.
Paramount Shirt Shops have also
1 leased from P. ?Giakas a store at 513
, Tremont Avenue, near Third Avenue,
i and to B. H. Kaufman, hatter, a store
' at the northwest corner of 180th Street
and St. Nicholas Avenue.
R. Telfair Smith has rented for Mrs.
? C. Blumenthal the store and basement
j at 597 Amsterdam Avenue to Golden
' Gate Restaurant for a long term of
, Snowber & Co. leased the store and j
! basement at 1336 Third Avenue to ?
i Jacob Flakinburg, auctioneer.
I New Yorkers and Jersey City
Man Get Tarrytown Plots
I The Robert E. Farley Organization
| sold for the Tappan Zee estate plots in
; the Philipse Manor section of Tarry- ;
town to C. Allenberg, of this city, and ;
; to E. J. Reilly, of Jersey City; for the :
? Gedney Farm a plot in the Gedney
i Farm section of White Plains to Maxim
Kavinski, and has rented for Dennis A. ;
Harrington his residence on Grove Ave?
nue, Larchmont, to V. H. Hunter, of;
? this city.
Sold at Auction
Apartment in East 30th St.
First Property of This
Character To Be Fore?
closed in a Long Time
The nine-story Nottingham apart?
ments at 33 to 37 East Thirtieth Street
were sold in foreclosure proceedings
yesterday to tho County Holding Com?
pany, William Crittenden Adams, pres?
ident, on a bid of $280,000. The struc?
ture stands on a plot 65x98.9, near
Madison Avenue, and was sold by Sam?
uel Marx to satisfy a mortgage judg?
ment of about $312,000 and interest
obtained by the United States Trust
| Company against the Nottingham
Apartments, Inc., and others. The bid?
ding started at $240,000. This is the
] first property of this character to be
I brought into auction in foreclosure
Trading in East Side Flats
Ludwig C. Traube sold for J. & L.
Pfeiffenschneider 152 East Ninety-sec?
ond Street, a four-storv apartment, 21x
100.8?., to Charles J. Coyle jr.
Ella Moos sold to Louis Oppenheim
1887 Second Avenue, a five-story tene?
ment, 25x100. m
Philip Weintraub sold to Robert
Jackson the four-story tenement with
istore, 760 Second Avenue, 24.8x100.
Rocco D. Onofrio sold to the Allorem
? Realty Corporation 411 and 413 East
115th Street, two four-story tenements,
?50x100; also 425 East 115th Street, a
five-story tenement, 25x58.lx irregular.
Morris Rotter sold to Abraham Mil?
ler the five-story tenement 526 East
Eighty-third Street, 25x102.2.
Other Tenements Sold
Edward S. Garland and Fred J. Ruli
man sold 354 Pleasant Avenue, a five
story tenement with stores, at the
northeast corner of 119th Street.
Esther Newman sold to Jacob Blum
the five-story tenement 50 Ridge Street,
Homes Out of Market
?Quaker Ridge Resident Buys
Kennard Property, on
Prince & Ripley sold for Edward P.
Kennard his estate consisting of two
acres and a modern stucco residence
on Hartsdale Road, near White Plains,
to Theodore B. Lyons, who is now liv
? ir.g in Quaker Ridge. The property
| was held at $40,000.
Gibson Buys in Whit? Plains
J. Clarence Davies sold 15 Valley
; Road, White Plains, a stucco dwelling
50x95, for Robert W. Finlay to Harold
Bellows & Warren sold the Hastings
property at 397 North Broadway, Yonk
ers, a residence and garage, to E. J.
Folk Who Have Secured Flats
Harris, Vought & Co. leased apart?
ments in 22 East Forty-eighth Street
to J. H. Eager; in 25 West Forty-sixth
Street to V. E. Grosvenor; in 27 East
Sixty-second Street tc J. E. Doane and
Mrs. E. S. Andrews, and in 147 East
Sixtieth Street to B. Paine.
Pease & Elliman leased apartments
in 1070 Madison Avenue to J. Andre;
in 80 Madison Avenue to G. L. Richert;
in 4 West Fiftieth Street to Alice E.
Haller; in 70 East Seventy-seventh
Street to Hamilton King; in 123 East
Fifty-third Street, furnished, to J. B.
Taylor; in 316 West Seventy-ninth
Street, furnished, to Halph Pielsticher;
in 2 West Sixty-seventh Street, fur?
nished, to W. P. Comstock, and in 39
West Seventy-sixth Street to Mrs. L.
Ute September-October Season
The meat e-jcyahle pari?, of tin* whole Tear. Wonderful, aanay daya,
withoat humidity?the warns water? of ?So bio? Atlantic ar? now jtut at the
exact mSmaasssase* to delif ht the fortenate bather? Erjry outdoor ?port?Coif,
Flaking, Sailing?which?? -on preist, ia fact, ia now at the iw? junnacle of
The Boardwalk, hwide in own parciealai? foacinatiois. has ita plan, ball
W?, eoneart-ka.Ua, theetrw, -eadeville, etc.? all for your emnaeraen t, while
tie orar-waey Rolling Chair ia alweya at year ?arrice. Above all, Atlantic
City kaa tho ftneet hotel aassasasaassSsaa, at moderate rataa, that any riaitor
eoold wiek far.
THE .LEADING HOUSES
will fla?T ftti-ieh Ml information, rataa, ate., npon rerpriet
(au ara ksaSSlasa plus, ?alaw atkarwia* nosed).
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- Welkel. iisr.
Walte? J. Buiby
Galen Hail Ca
Hatel St Charle?
Edward B. Groaacup.
H ?tal Strand
F. B. Off and
H. C. E-wards
Bell A Cop?, (rwnen
Seailde H ?UM
F. P. Cook? ??'ris
Samuel EUla. Owner ,
N. J. Callins. -i_r
A. H, Darnell
Throe ko_re from New York City via Central K. R. of ?V. J.. Suticsa
liborty Stro? and 23rd Street, or ria Peana. R. R. (rom Peona.
Staue*. Comaalt local ticket agents for further information.
Garden City, Long Island.
An exclusive American plan hotel with an
a la cart? restaurant for motorista.
Turkish and Russian Baths.
Excellent 18-Hels Golf Court?! Free to Gaeiti
Frequent electrle, trains from I'enn. Station
J. J. I.VKM.v CO,. Prop?.
MW YORK STATE
WHITE rLAIHB, N. T.
EDWARD If. CRANDAI.r..
Oolf, fortlnjr, DanMng. Bun 1'arlnr,
<?pen Fireplace?. 18 mln. ?lee. train
?wrvtre. Open All Year. Private
motor bus ?ervlce without charge.
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own? TIM ?im?! TSAR.
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CtaotOA? Frotifenax-, Height? of CSS Quettee.
Canadian faeifto ?oui?. 1SS1 B'wojr. N. T.
roR8cx/>?URa or chattel kort
gage marte try _.?n.?jmin V/?1e? to M n it la
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MOTOR OVER WELL Bt'II.T ROAD?
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EVER CHANGING ?CRN EM, SEE
SCMME?CS OREEN TURN TO AC
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AM) AFTER THE DAY'S KUR
QUAINT WAYSIDE INNS, MODERN
CITY HOTELS OK FAMOUS RESORTS
Send for free I-la-tra'*<1 Road Map In colera.
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?abllehed by the NEW EN G LAX?
?OTEL ASSOCIATION. comprtslag
ever two hundr.d of the best _*t?)s
WIM JAM M. Kj?UBALL. rWrotary.
Prayer Hotel. TSf?tjiampton, Maja.
THE IDEAL TOUR
1.000 mile* through New England's Scenle
Wonderland, Boute Book and Map on appil
callen. 11*0 TV way, N. T., or Hotel Elton.
OFEN UNTIL NOVEMBER
A. E. MARTIN, Manager
Amlmem?nr Bot?la In Atlant.? City. Ne?
Torfc. Ban-? BntWa sm? Vee ?a_-?toa. ?
ATLANTIC CITT. M. J. Wn?ur?a._od for
healthful Rout ?aAtltMraAtloa.
DAILY, INCLLDING SUNDAY
"Washington Irving," "Hemdrick H?4
?on," "Robert Fulton," "Albany."
"Do Witt Clinton" In Service Mar, 1M1.
Direct Rail Connections All through rail
ticket?] between N??w York and Albany ?c
eepted. Music. Restaurant.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIM?.
Steamer leave? dally, Including Sunday,
Desbroase? St., 8.40 A. M. ; West 42d St..
! ?00 A. M. ; West 12Dth St., 5.20 A M.:
I Yonkers, 9.6? A. M., landing at ?Brar
?Mountain, tWect Point (?weekday? only).
i + New burgh. tPoughkeepsie, Kingston
Point, Catsklll, Hudson and Albany.
tReturn ?learner earns day from point?
I marked t.
Special Saturday afternoon trip Oct.. ?
to Rear Mt. and Newburgh. Str. Robert
I Fulton leaves Desbrosaes St. Pier, 2 P. M..
Iff. 42d St., 2:20 P. M. ; West 129 St.. 2;40
I P. M. Returning from Newburgh 3:4.'? P.
: M. ; Bear Mt.. 6:30 P. M.
Ideal one-day ontlng?.
Telephone Canal 6300.
D HUDSON T RIVES
D-KibroawM St. Pier. _*?*_? Y?fe.
Special Sunday Trips on Oct. 3, 10.
17, leaving Desbrosses St., 9.40 A. M. ;
West 43d St., 10 A. M. ; West 120th St.,
10.20 A. M.; Yonkers. 10.50 A. M., for
Bear Mountain, Newburgh, Poughkeep
Kio and return to West 42d St.
HUDSON RIVKR DAY LINE
Eastern Steamship Line?, Ina,
All the way by water
?a CAPE COD CANAL
Btea_ter? leave Pier 18, North River, f?,
?t Murray St. PHONE BARCLAY 500?,
Daily at 5 P. M.
"TITT: PfRl.TC BE PLEASED"
BOSTON ByBoat *nd Rail
PROVIDENCE Boat Direct
ALL OUTSIDE ?STATEROOMS
Boat Leaven Pier 39, North Kiver (foot
JVest Houston St.). Dally & .?Sunday at _:3Q
P. M.. Daylisht Savins Time.
'Phone Spring ?491.
Woreeater, ?4.92. Providence direct. fS.M
STATEROOMS, fl.08, ?1.G2, ?2.1?.
Daily. Including Sunday; 6:3? P. M. (DaY
j light Snvin?r Time.)
? Frera Pier II, E. R. Phone ?700 Reek??a?.
?"Tickets at Pier or ?Consolidated O_9eao.
From Pier 14, X. R., Fulton St., 5:30 P. M.
Daylight Savins Time.
NEW LONDON" (NORWICH LINE). Str.
i Iva. Pr. 40. N. R.. Houston St., wk. dav.i
I ?-.nly, 5 :30 P. M. Lv. Pr. TO, E. R., ?2d St .
6 P. M.
j HUDSON RIVER NIGHT LINES
! From Tier 31, N. It.. at Desbroces St., Tlallv Sail
?In?, fi I*. M : W. 132d St.. 6 'in P.M. Due Albany
? 6 o'clock follow ins mornlns. Iiaylifiht Ravine Time.
CENTRAL HUDSON LINE
Newburgh, Poughkeepile, Kiafcsfon. Lv.
Franklin St., 4 P. M ; Sat., 1 ami 2:30 P.
! M. All steamers leave W. 129th St. half
. liour later.
PROPOSALS for steel. ir?>n or s'eel pip??,
brass tubing, copper tubing, cast-iron tees,
nails, lanterns, sash chain, hasps, hinges,
latches, looks, padlocks, tallow pots, water
I roolers. brass cuspidors, rat traps. si?..?l
lapes, wooden rules, hummer handles, leather
?loves, paintbrushes, acetone, muriatic acid,
ammonia, ?arb'in. bisulphide, lit r-1 oil, l>.-.
(sulphur, aluminum pain?. Prussian blue,
paint ilrier, white lead, .-opper palm. Tuscan
red, varnish, and vermilion, Sealed proposals
will be received at the utllce of th? ?..-neral !
Purchasing OftVer, The Panama Canal,
Washington, D. ?.'., 'intil 1 o :30 o'clock a. ni .
October 18. IDUO, n' which time thev will
be opened in public for furnishing the above- |
mentioned articles. Hlank.-t and information
rirlating to this Circular 1141 1 ? may be ob?
tained from this office <.r Hie offices of the
Assistant Purchasing Agent, 2i State Street.
New Yurk City: 60S Common Street, New
nr?eans. La ; and Fort Mason. San Fran
cisco. Calif.; also from the United States
Engineer Offices in the principal cities
throughout the United Stales. A. L Flint,
Genera' Purchasing Officer.
TOWN3BND, AMT?IN PURSUANCE OP
an order of Honorable John P. Cohalan, |
a Surrogate of the County of New York, ;
NOTICE! is hereby given to all persona ;
having claim? against Amy Townscnd, lat? ,
?f t_e County of New York, deceased, to
present the same with vouchers thereof to
the ?subscriber at place of transacting |
business of Taylor, Jackson, Brophy ?It
Na?h, attorney? for the executor?, at I* ?
Pin? Street, In the City of New York, oa i
or befor? the 15th day of October next.
Dated. New York, the 13th day of April, i
HENRY R. W1NTHROP,
TAYLOR. JACKSON, BROPHY * NABH.
Attorney? for Executor?, It Pia?
atr?"?t. N?w York City.
CAMPBELL, AIMEB M. S. T. .1. LaF. L.? '
In pursuance of an order of Honorable
John P. Colialan", a Surrogate of the Coun- i
ty of New Yorii, NOTICE I? hereby glvea
to all peraor.s having claim? against (
Aimee M. S. T. J. LaF. L. Campbell, lat? |
? f th? County of New York, dece??ed, to ?
present the ?ame with voucher? thereof to
the subscriber, at place of transacting !
business, at the office? of Taylor, Jack- j
?on. Brophy A Na?h, attorney?, at 30 Pin? |
Street, In th? City of New York, on or be?
fore th? l*th day of October next.
Pated, New York, the 13th day of April, j
FREDERICK S. WHITWELL.
TAYLOR, JACKSON, BROPHY to
NASH, Attorney? for the Executor, 3?
Pine Street. New York City.
IN PURSUANCE OP AN ORDLI*. O?
Honorable John P. Cohalan, a Surrogat*
of the County of New York, NOTICE la
hereby given to all person? having claim? :
against Lucy Ella Klssam Reynold?, also !
known a? Lucy E. K. Reynold?, late of th? |
County of New York, deceased, to present
the ?ame with vouchers thereof, to tlK.
subscriber?, at their place of transacting <
business, at the office of Edwin A. lone?,
their attorney, at No. 92 Liberty Street, la
?he Borough of Manhattan, In the City of '
New York. State of New York, on or bofor? I
th? 13th day of October, 1920, next.
Dated, New York, the 10th day of April? i
11 ' ANNE KtSSAM HAYS,
GEORGE; PAYN QUACKKNBOB.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
Honorable John P. Cohalan, a Surre- :
gate of th? County of New York. NOTICE ;
I? hereby given to all person? having
claims against Ludwig Sutro, lat? of tbo '
County of New York, deceased, to present
th? same with vouchers thereof to th?
?subscribers, at their place of transacting
buslne??, at the offlce of Sutro a Wright.
No. 323 Broadway in th? City of N?w
York, on or before the 20th day of Octo?
Dated, New York, the 12th day of April
FREDERICK C. fiUTRO.
IUTBO ?ft WRIGHT. Attorney? for ?*?
?cut ora ______
IK PUK8UANCB TO AN ORDER OF
HON. JAMES A. KOLBY, a Surrogat?
of th? County of ,Nrw York, notlc? It
hereby given to all persons having claims
against MORTIMER J. COHEN, deceased.
lat? of the County of New York, to pre?
sent the same with voucher? thereof to
th? subscriber?, at their place of trans?
acting business, at the office of OBTTNBR.
IIIION * ACHBR, their attorneys. No.
83? Broadway. In the Borough of Manhat?
tan, City of New York, on or before th?
I7th day of November, 13_?.
Dated. New Fork. May t?th. 1919
O?OROB COHEN, ___,
Help Wanted Butane? Opport?nitie. UT.-.!, A _*4 __% F??***?* **?*?? Lo^ Found and tUwsxr?
Situations Wanted Business Cards W &F?X ?OS Boarders Wanted Employment Amende.
_LOST. FOUND AND REWARD
L(1SJ?A brief caee, marked "Wooster,
fhomaa & Co.," containing two books,
important papers; left In taxi between
Mrooklyp an,i .\-,w York Saturday evening.
Under will be rewarded If he will return
case and contents to Mr. Eichhorn, Woos?
ter. Thomas A Co., 82 Broad ?t.
LOST?A flexible -llamond and platinum
bracelet on Monday afternoon on 4?d st.,
between 5th and Stb avs. Notify M?ller.
Life Publishing Co., 17 West 31st st., and
receive liberal reward.
LOST?Mandolin rubber c?7_*. Flatbush av.
L. I. R. R. station, left jmder bench. $11
reward, which Is more than It's worth.
Kef?_al-e. Bryant 3091; Mr. Smith.
LOST. ? Lady's gold wrist watch, diamond
shape, with black ribbon. Reward. Mrs.
Empey, room 2210. .1 Broadway.
LOST?Bankbook No. -34.S0- of the
| Franklin Saving's Bank. Issued to
| Michael MacMahon. Payment stopped.
? Please return to bank, 658 Eighth av.,
New York <-ity. All persons are cautioned
I not to purchase or negotiate same.
? LOST.?Bankbook No. 333.049 of the
Franklin Swings Bank. Issued to Ber
j nard J. MeKenna. Payment stopped.
: Please return to bank, 658 Eighth av..
1 New York City. AI! persona are cautioned
I not to purchase? or ?egotlate same.
I LOST. ?Bankbook No. 325,842, of the
Franklin Savings Bank. Issued to Prank
Bocanegra. Payment stopped. Please re?
turn to bank, 65S Eighth av.. Now York
City. All persons are cautioned not to pur
I chase or negotiate same.
L?JST?Bankbook No. 715.814 of the Union
Dime Savings Bank Is missing. Any per
! son having a ctaim to It is hereby called
' upon to present the same within ten days
I or submit to having said passbook can?
celled and a new on. Issued.
] LOST?Bankbook No. 779.978 of the Union
Dime Savings Bank Is missing. Any per
; son having a claim to It la hereby called
upon to present the same within ten days
i or submit to having said passbook can
? celled and a new one Issued.
] LOST?Bankbook No. 794,111 of the Union
Lime Savings Bank Is missing. Any per
! son having a claim to It Is hereby called
j upon to present the same within ten days
! or submit to having said passbook can?
celled and a new one Issued.
I LOST?Bankbook No. 811,605 of the Union
Lime Savings Bank is missing. Any per?
son having a claim to it Is hereby called
upon to present the same within ten days
or submit to having said passbook can
; celled and a new ona Issued.
LOST?Bankbook No. 133,943, North River
i . Savings Bank. Payment stopped. Kindly
1 return to bank, 31 West 34th St., N. Y. C.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
ATTRACTIVE room with private bath;
references required. Rhlnelander 4820.
?5TTT ST. AND LEXINGTON AV. (north?
east corner)?Single rooms, $1.50; double
rooms, $2.60; rooms with bath, $3 per day
and up; by the w?'-k. $1 and up.
122D STREET AND THIRD AVE.
6HLECT HOTEL for GENTLEMEN ONLT
Newly furnished single and double
rooms, electricity, steam heat, bath in?
cluded. Rooms $1, $1.50 and up. Special
rates by the week.
MADISON AV., 745?Furnished, unfur?
nished rooms with bath. Lewis, Plaza
PARK HOTEL, 87 EAST 110TH ST.
For ?entlemen only: wr-11 furnished sin?
gle, double rooms; moderate rates, modern
17TB. 112 EAST?Room for business
woman, hot and cold water, electricity;
I breakfast if desired, call evenings; refer?
ences required. Mrs. Van Patten. Stuy. 361S.
COLUMBUS AV.. 35?Extremely clean sin?
gle rooms and suite, 1-4 gentlemen; elec?
tric lights, telephone; convenient to cars.
. WASHINGTON SQUARE?Quiet room as
office for writer. Stuyvesant 7283.
70TH ST., 135 W ? Select house; flrst class
accommodations to refined party; single,
double room, bath, suites, maid services.
70T1I, 130 WEST?Parlor floor. 3 rooms,
bath. Improvements; lease. Owner, Co?
101D. T'J W.?Elegantly furnished front
parlor, with adjoining bedroom, suitable
for two gentlemen; refined, private family;
I03D, 122 W.?Attractive front parlor;
suitable fur two, piano, electricity,
104TH, lit WEST?Well furnished parlor
?nil bedroom, suitable two gentlemen, all
ini)TH. 4:'. WEST?Well furnished large
room, dressing room connecting; business
people; electricity, phone.
112TH ST. 257 W.?Well furnish front
parlor with adjoining bedroom; 2 beds.
suitable 2 gentlemen, running water;
ground floor. Leon.
112TI1 ST.. no-l W.?Large front room, well
appointed; elevator; gentlemen. Cathe?
115TH ST., 411 W.?Nicely furnished room:
student's family; double or single; kitch?
en privileges; ladles only. Cathedral 7820.
121ST 420 WEST?Large double, single.
Apply directly, McKinnun, Apartment 4.
151ST ST., 606 W.?Woman alone wants to
rent one or two rooms to business
177TH.?Attractive, newly furnished room,
private family; references. Wadsworth
9395. Apt. 44_
INFANTS and children given mother's
care; farm nursery. $8 per week. Bos
HELP WANTED FEMALE
COOK for permanent country position;
short distance from city on New Haven
road. Apply morning 42 West 66th st.
GENERAL IIOUSEWORKER?Good home,
good pay; must be fond of children.
Tel Lafayette 6917.
GOVERNESSES?THREE; TWO NURSES, i
TWO HOUSEKEEPERS; MAN AND!
WIFE, ONE AS BUTLER AND ONE AS
COOK IN PRIVATE FAMILY. ONE!
COOK, <">NE WAITRESS AND ONE i
CHAMBERMAID. HIGHEST SALARIES!
PAID TO EXPERIENCED APPLICANTS. '
APPLY TO P. H. DONNELLY, 118 WEST
HOUREWORKB-CWHITB OH COLORED, I
8-ROOM HOUSE. 3 IN FAMILY. 1129,
HAST 22D ST., BROOKLYN. 7036 MID
HOUSEWORK ER?Girl or woman: assist;
furnished room house; white, sleep In or
out, 337 West 29th St.
BOOKKEEPER?Experienced, thoroughly ;
competent taking entire charge double
entry ledger end controlling account. Ap?
ply S. & W. Bauman. 118th ?t. ami 3d av. j
BOOKKEEPER, typewriter, experienced in !
dry golds Importing. Apply all week. <
Italian Bed Spread Co.. 459 Broom? et.
BOOKKEEPER, with at least one year's ;
experience. S. T. S. Hat Co., 169 Mer- |
ri.ERKS AND TTPISTS WANTED
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE
Girls 17 years of age and over
Hours 0 to 4 30 o'clock
Saturdays 9 to 12 o'clock
Luncheons served fre?
Salary ta ?tart $13.00
Abilities of clerks reviewed each six
months. Those of average ability should
be receiving from $16 to $11 per week after
the second review. The variation la due to
difference In clerical work.
Free classes conducted in Typewriting.
Stenography and Dictaphone Operating.
Apply In Person between 9 and 4:30 o'clock
Room -933, Metropolitan IVjlldlnf
1 Madison Av? lut Viril *!.), New fork City.
HELP WANTED FEMALB
CLHRK for filing and clerical work: Chris?
tian Arm. The Lufkln Hula Co., IOS La?
$15.00 A WEEK
j $85 TO $100 A MONTH
! SOON REACHED
j STEADY WORK
POSITIONS ARE ?
OPEN IN OUR
| , DEPARTMENTS
I CORNER 37TH ST.
CORNER DEY ST.
17? EAST 150TH ST.
Il WILLOUGHBY ST..
MADISON SQUARE OFFICIAL
GIRL for light clerical work In office of
large concern; experience unnecessary:
must have neat handwrlttng; hours 9 to
6: $10 start; advancement, ?'all Room 3:**.
Tribune Bl.ig., 154 Nassau at.
GIRL for clerical work. Including type?
writing. State ago and experience.
Salary $18. D 61. Tribune.
pleasant surroundings; $13 ?weekly. 261
West 36th, 7th floor.
STE^GRAPi 1ER ~
Toung woman with business head, Chris?
tian, stenographer and typist, to assist
purchasing and disbursing ofTlcer; must
have better than common school education
and several years' actual business experi?
ence. Address, with full Information. D 59.
STENOGRAPHER (lawl ; salary $35.
Koom 711, 32 Nassau at.
TYPIST; must be experienced accountant,
rapid: must hav.j knowledge of stenog?
raphy and billing; steady position to right
party; good pay. Apply to D. H. Simpson
I Hardware Co., 326 Amsterdam av.
TYPIST?Steady position, good salary to
start. Apply New York Tribune, Room
324, 164 Nassau at.
j 21-35 YEARS OF AGB
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
If interested call at
New York City
(Cor. 27th St.)
Madison Square Official
! YOUNG WOMEN.?A leading downtown
f establishment has an opening for several
young women as sales persons; salary $16 a
1 week to start; opportunity for advancement;
congenial surrounding?. D 20, Tribune.
YOUNO LADIES wanted In auditing de?
partment of manufacturing concern for
general clerical work and typing No ex?
perience necessary. Apply Auditing, 105
Hudson st., Jersey City. N. J.
YOUNG GIRLS (4)
to stamp patterns; experience unnecessary;
$13 weekly. 261 West 36th, 7th floor.
YOUNG LADT as ofTlce assistant. Krank
Bros., 588 Fifth a\.. near 48th st.
WE CUT patterns to Individual measure- i
ments. Opening display of fall models
commencing; Sept. 20th. McDowell Drees
making ?_ Millinery School, 26 West ?6th st.
HELP WANTED MALE
BILL and ?hipping clerk; live, energetic
young man. not afraid of work; muit j
b? careful and accurate, good reference?,
good advancement; ?"hrlatian. CHARLES I
FRANCIS PRESS. 461 S-th Avenue. f
BO'JKKEEPER typist, quick and accurate
at figures, state ?alary, references. Ap- I
ply by letter only. Gundrum Supply Co.,
15 Rlvington St.
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Over 16 year? of age.
Salary to ?tart $12
Opportunity for Rapid Advancement
Luncheon? Served Free
Apply tn Person between 9 and 4:39 o'clock
Room 5033, Metropolitan Building
1 Madison Avenue (at 22d Street)
New York City.
bright. InSnalllngdepartment; advancement, j
LAKE SALES CO.,
BOY in office of downtown publishing!
home to make himself generally use- ?
ful; good chatre? for advancement. Th? j
.Spectator Company. 135 William St.. sixth
floer. Aak for Mr. Kirk.
BOY. Christian, in wholesale Importing
hnnu; must be willing to work and
make himself generally useful. Address
or call Alfred Field A Co.. 93 Chamber?
?t.. New York City.
BOYS, bright, neat and energetic, for ?en
era! office work, good opportunity.
Apply 9 a. m.. Chesebrough Mfg. Co., Con?
solidated, 17 State st.
BOYS wanted for Junior clerks; chance for
advancement. Hecker-Jones-J?weIl Mill?
ing Co., 40 Corleara ?t., city, near Orand ?t.
and East River, _
BOY WANTED?An Intelligent boy. 14 to
IS years, to da light errand?; hours 9 to
6; good salary. Westcott A Henderson.
19 Warren at.
BOT tor saneral work; good chaoc? (or
.?.?Svaneement ; Chrletisn prafsrrod. Apply
Anuos Supply Cn.. 50 L??ptnar? at.
vt . " -
HELP WANTED MALE_
BOT wanted; ~lar?e financial office; short
hour? and light work. Call after S.oO,
Norwich Union. 59 John ?t.
BOY?Strong, willing boy a? assistant in
shipping department; steady employ?
ment; $14 a week. Call ?3 Warren st.
i BOY to run errands; music pubUshina;
house. H. W. Gray Co.. 2 v- ? 45trt at.
CLERK?Bright young man. 18 to 2
years. in cost department of larg- prim?
ing plant; must be quick and accurate a^
figures, Christian. D 60. Tribune.
! OFFICB MESSENOBR?Toon? man with
some training In packin? women'? erear.
I good chance for advancement. Fashion
; Camera Studio. 243 West 3?th st_^^
OFFICE BOY?Splendid chance for ambi?
tious youth who desires connection with
good future. S. L. Krohn, 5* Harrlaon st.
OFFICB BOTS wanted. Funch. Bdye &
Co., Inc., 8-10 Bridge ?t.
A LARGE PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO RE?
QUIRES SERVICES OF AN ARTIST
PHOTOGRAPHER, CAPABLE OF TAK?
ING PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE HIGHEST
QUALITY ? PORTRAITS. THEATRICAL
AND FASHION. ?_,?
WE CAN OFFER SUCH A MAN PER
MANBNT POSITION. _,
ANSWER. STATING EXPERIENCE.
SALARY DESIRED, AGE. MARRIED OR
SINGLE ETC. ANSWERS H ELD STRICT
IV CONFIDENTIAL. WRITE S. T. !>..
ROOM 2502.-110 WEST 40TH.
You can't accomplish big things
unless you attempt big things.
And, what's more, you won't have
the nerve to attempt more than
you har? confidence to expect. We
are looking for men of big expec?
tations who are ready to turn big
expectations into reality to their
Immediate big money recompense
and to the permanent raising of
their earning power. We're Inter?
ested more in your goal than In
vour starting point. We don't
want a glib tongue, but a truthful
one. We want simply the man. ex
perlenced or inexperienced, who can
look himself in the. face. In the
rlnrk. and see honesty In his heart.
ambition in his brain, and in his
whole make-up the grit that stielt?.
If you are 25 or over call between
10 "and 4.
SPITE 1010. 25 W. 43D ST.
Suit- 1512. Flatiron Dldg. ; S'iita
305, 172 Nassau St.. Suite 83, 1'3?5
Montagu? , st., Bklyn.; Suite 52,
156 Marke! st., Newark, N. J.
SOLICITOR for trucking concern: salary
no object to man who can produce.
D 55. Tribune.
SALESMEN WANTED to present standard
medical books to physicians only. We
have Just issued and now have in prepara?
tion many new books that are meeting
with pronounced favor. Successful books
mean successful salesmen, good income.
agreeable occupation. Permanent, exclus?
ive, protected territory when you have
proven your ability. Address, with fullest
details and business references. J. B.
L1PPINCOTT COMPANY. Philadelphia. Pa.
STENOGRAPHER?Good opportunity; rap
ld advancement for smart party: large
real esiate concern. Apply Pease & Elli
tnan. Room 1402, 55 Liberty st.
YOUNG MEN WANTED
We want seven good. live, high
grade young men to join our ?ales
force. It's a job only for young men
who are ambitious for success, but
are willing to work, and work
hard for it. and every applicant
must be able to give unqualified
references. The line Is, the most
successful ami heaviest advertised
(both nationally and locally) of
any appliance line in the country.
The men selected will be- put
through our training course direct?
ly under cut sales manager, and
will be put on a drawing account
while ?earning. The men, after be?
coming thoroughly familiar, with
our line und our service, will be
given districts in Essex, Hudson or
I'nion counties in New Jersey, on
Staten Island, or Westch?ster
County, N. Y Our men are mak
Inff from $200 to $400 a month.
What we want are men who can
do the work, und their pay will be
proportionate. Wo want permanent
men who will stay with us and
grow to bigger things as we pull
together. No rly-by-nights wanted,
so If you cant prove that your are
qualified don't apply, but if you be?
lieve you are the man we want,
write at once. Allow several days
for our reply. D 5S, Tribune.
not over 16 years', must be Gentile
residing at home; state age, expe?
rience and references; exceptional
business opportunity to right party.
Wrlre S II. B, Room 2502, 110
YOUNG MEN WANTED?The names and
addresses of young men who would like
to sell passenger cars, trucks and tractors.
you are Interested, write to Auto Pub.
i . 245 West 05th St., New York.
YOUNG MAN who has a desire to learn
the wholesale shirt and collar business;
opportunity for any bright chap who wants
a future; $13 per week to start. United
Shirt and ?'ollar Co., 233 Fourth av.
YOUNG MAN, 15 to 18, In office of Jew?
elry factor-/: steady position; references
required. Goldsmith, Stern. 33 Gold St.
AUTO INSTRUCTION.?We teach repairing
and driving !n short time. License guar?
anteed; ladies' classes; also Fard lessen*.
American Auto School. "26 Lexington av?.
(5?th). Plaza 4918. _
LEARN TO BE A CHAUFFEUR.?Pleasant
and prciltable work ; day and evening
classes. Send for free booklet and visitor's
S ass. West Side X. M. C. A.. 306 West
MEN ?anted to operate moving picture ma?
chines In theatres; we teach you days or
evenings. American Theatre Building', 644
gth ave. (42d). Bryant 1519.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS or chamber- j
maid; young American protestant; high?
ly recommended; city apartment: small!
family. F., Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 ;
East 47td St., 3d floor; tel. *947 Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID or waitress: young Irish
girl, good city references; $60-?66. B., \
Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East 43d St.,
3d floor; telephone 8947 Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID, young: thoroughly capa
nble, excellent references. Miss Fltxger- I
aid? Bureau, .766 5th ave.
CHAMBERMAID and waitress; young,
willing. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau, 366
COOK AND CHAMBERMAID ? Together
or separate; excellent three years' ref?
erence?, city family; ?76-160. A.. Miss
Hofmayer's Agency. 10 East 43d st., 3d
"??or. Murray Hill 8347. *
COOK and waitress; sisters, young; exe?l
lent. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau. S66
5th av?. |
COOKS, chambermaids, waitresses, first'
class; country. Hornigs, 944 3d av., 67th.
LAUNDRESS?Young Scotch woman, ex?
cellent laundress, city or suburbs. 168
JS5. Mc, Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East
43d St., 3d floor. Telephone ?947 Murray
CHILD'S NURSE?Inexperienced young
American Protestant. R., Miss Hof
trayer"?1 Agency, 10 East 4Sd St., 3d floor.
Telephone ?947 Murray Hill.
CHILD'S NUR8B; young Scandtnarhui;
children over 4 years old; good r?f?r?
ences. M.. MtM Hofmayer's Agency, 10
East 43d at.: tel. 8*47 Murray Hilt.
NURSE?Young: two children; excellent
references. Mias Fiugsrald'a Bureau,
366 Fifth Are.
NURSE ? Thoroughly capable: country
preferred: excellent. Misa Fttsgeral.-1's
Bureau. -66 Fifth Are.
NURSE, young, hospital trained; excep?
tional r_t?r?no?_? Mita PUsf.ra-A'a Bu?
reau. 3(1 5th ?v?.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
i WAITRESS?Equol to butler; highly rec?
ommended; ?70-175. D.. Mia? Hehnayer*?
Agency, 10 East ?3d St.. 3d noor. Murray'
I Hill 8947._\t
, WAITRESS?Young:, thoroughly cepable?*
j excellent references. Miss Fltagerald's
Bureau. 36? Fifth Ave._____,
; BOOKKBBPSR. stenographer an? typi?t;.
thoroughly experienced: Al reference*,
'A. Zabb, IOS Floyd st., Brooklyn, N. Y. ,#
STENOGRAPHER desJr.es part time work.,
mornings preferred. L $75. Tribune. ??
? TYPIST ?and switchboard operator; few
1 years" experience; salary $26. Box 621.
; City Hall Sta._
PARLOR MAIL*? Toung Irish girl; excel?
lent cltv references; $<$-?$ ?5. M.. Mis?.
Hofintyer'a Agency. 1* Bast ?3d st.. 3d
floor; Murray Hill S947.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
AMERICAN, extensively traveled, forty
two years old, with twenty years* ex?.
perlence export and import business, seek??
. engagement here or abroad or traveling.?
L 662, Tribune. _'*
JAPANESE domestic help by profMMlanal
worker* 16* Weat ??th at. Bryant
STEAMBOAT ma?ter and pilot deairas -pa?
si?n in N Y. Harbor or L. I. Round;
American; age 30. L ?77. Tribune._
STENOGRAPHER-TYPIST; thoro-aghty ex?
perienced; A-l r?f?ren?as. L ?74. Tribune.
TOUNQ man 18. ?lealrea interesting ?ctt-r?
wori hl?h school training. L ?71. Trin
; ?"?* ??
Profession-si Help P?n?nl* nal Mal? "?
ROSE E. CLARK AGENCY
EMPLOYMENT EX^RT ? _-=
CORTLANDT ?149. 6 BWBKMAN sTT.
Stenographers, typist?, bookkeeper* ?f
?ce assistants, switchboard operator* mala
or female. beginners or ??xperleace-a.
promptly placed. Call ail w?a. _'
??SUITABLE EMPLOYMENT SERVIC"-,"
158-160 West 46th Street, Suite IL
Poaltions Ur accountant?, bookkaap
ers, clerks, stenographer?, secretarte?.
typists and other qualified oBloe
workers. No registration fee.
Equitable Industrial Relations Servie? In?*?
TELEPHONE BRYANT ????.
15 East 40th at Madison Ave., IS? Nassau
St.. Tribune Building, ?>r 316 Montagu? St..
1 Brooklyn ? Stenographers, typist?, book
? keepers, clerks, comptometers and ?wltcn-._
; board operators; goad position? for begin*
ners and axperlcnc? I________
BUSINESS CARDS :
Carpets nnd Boga
i ST?LLINGS. INC.. ?24 MADISON AVH.
; <G9th st). offers 600 yards plain, brows?.
? imported Angoria, Wilton carpet?, perfect.
(onditlon; 100 yards Wilton dark red.
1 mixed patterns, very fine, Copenhagen.
I blue, taupe, gray, green, woody colora..
mixed patterns, in Wilton. Axmlnster,
1 Brussels (?lightly useil). reconditioned lik-l.
j new. $1. $2. $3. $4 yar.l up; RL'OS in
I Royal. French Wilton art looms, Whtt?
talls. Domestic, plain or mixed colors, all
J shades, all sixes, all prices, all dusted and
| washed; Immaculately clean, elegant car
' pets; ruga for homo or office. $20. $35, |7t,
j $105 up; few tine Oriental rugs, making
, over, cleaning, laying, repairing, dyeing;
! reasonable reliable, beautiful. PLAZA
Dlnmonda, Jewelry, Etc.
DTAMONDS bought and sold for ?cash
from individuals or estates. BENNETT?.
' 173 Broadway, 2d floor.
WE PAY highest prices for furniture,
pianos, antiques, bric-a-brac, book?, art.
etc. GABAY, US University PL Stuy
? venant 1377.
HIGHEST prices paid fer furniture. Brlc-**J
brae. Linen* at 502 Columbus Ava. Small.
Tel. Schuyler 8?11.
Where Prices Are Down
Buy a Stich suit or overcoat dlreot
froM the maker and ?ave retailer? profit..
Wonderful values, $3*.51 to. $?*.??: larga
as.-ortment; conservative * ?nappy model?.
STICH CO., ?21 Broadway, ?th ?Seer.
high pradu han?! tailored all wool Men'?
Suits and Overcoats, latest style?, at $29.50
and $.(2.30 (formerly $4d.50). Showroom,
A & B. Clothe? Shop, 52 West 33d St..
.pposlta Hotel McAlpln. <.
prices. Drop postal 139 Ludlow st.
Over 76 years' practice; all communica?
tions strictly confidential; handbook on
patents free on request; special facllltle?
for office consultation. Munn A Co., pat?
ent attorneys, ?07 Wooiworth Building;
BARGAINS?New and shop-soiled trunk*
bags, suitcases, steamer outfit?. Thomas
O. Hunt. 830 6th ?v. (47th ?t.).
BIO BARGAIN?ttcw and used wardrobe
trunks. 60? Sixth ave., bet. aorh-?lst cu
TYPEWRITERS RENTED. ._
Non-Tlsl'jle. 3 O-ontlis. $5; Visible. 3 month?. $? up
AMKillrAN WRITING MACHINE CO.. INC..
34,*> Broadway, ?t I-<onard st. Tel. S4SS
20 E. 29d St., opposite Madison ate. Franklin
THE TYP"i.WRITEn EXCHANGE.
10 Barclay ?t. Telephone 473ft Bac-IiT.
Fl'LI.Y EQUIPPED candy plant for manu?
facturing hand dipped chocolate; r?a
sonabl? rental, good location. D 57 Trib?
OFFICE FURNITURE.?Two typewriter
desks, one large ornee desk, on? large -
table, on? addreaeogfiaph, three office rug?
one L'nderwood iype?wiitesr, several office *
r hairs, one costumer, two typewriter ch?tra*
Room 1201, 110 Weet ??It?
PURCHABB AND EXCHAWGE
Furnishing? high grade apartments; ?
no object. Aronaon, 628 2_adi?OR Ara. -
STATK OF RHODE ISLAND. SUPERIOR
COURT. PROVIDENCE. 8C-?Confrexe-,.
ville Manufacturing Company vs. Oswegatcht?
Textile Comjar.y. Eq. No. 5113.
ORDER FLYING TIME FOR FILING*
This ???us? csme on to be heard upon tha?
petition of Russell H. Handy. Receiver of the' '
defendant corporation, and upon hearing
thereof lr Is hereby ordered: ?
That all creditors of and claimants against
the defendant corporation, th? Oswegatchle
Textile Company, are re--)utr?ed on or before
th? 15th dav of Ortober, i?20. under penalty,.
of having hor-eafter their claims or demand? *
disallowed. In the dlecretlan of the court, to
file (he earn? with the receiver, Rueaell H. -'
Handy, at the office of the Oawegatchie Tax- t
rile Company. 1075 Main Street. Pawtoeket. :
Rhode Island, which claim? or demands ?halt
be supported by affidavit an?i ?hall ?set out*
the nature of any ?acurtty or lie? held by
the ."redilor or claimant Or to whl?-h the
creditor or claimant la entltl?*d? and ?Isa '
<iny claim to preferenoe or payment from ?
i he assets in th? hands of said recover, or
earnings therefrom la priority to any -othaf
crealtor or claimant against ?aid defendant
Said receiver ?hall give notice of this
order by publishing a copy thereof ?oca a *
w?eek for four ?ur aSSStt? weekn in at ieaat
one ?Salir newspaper In the City of Provi
den-ee and l;> the City of Haw York, nnd
shall also give not lea* than thirty day? no?
tice of th!? order by mailing n copy7 the roof
to ??ach creditor and claimant, who?? name
and address appears on th? book? of the
defendant corporation or 1? known to said re?
ceiver. The receiver shall ae ?eon a? he ?son- i
venleatly can. after said 16th day ot Octo?
ber. 1S?P. report to the court ? ?Ut ?7 all -
such claim? and ?demand? a? mar have been -
presented to him. and which at tb? time fit :
making ?aid report shall not have been paid, r
under authority heretofore confirmed, andl
shall file with said report ail papers filed?!
with him in conn ?set ion with ?aid unpaid
claim? and demand?.
Enured a? enter cf court tila 34th ?ny -
Of August. i?M. '^v
? JQy oro*r, ?