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By Banks Here
Financiers Declare State
When It? Agents Offer
New York bankers have refused to
handle bonds of North Dakota, accord?
ing to Spurgeon 0'Pell, special repre?
sentative of the Bank of North Da?
kota, who, with William C. Lemke, At?
torney General, came hero for the pur?
pose of placing $6,000,000 worth of
In oeclining to purchase, underwrite
s%- advertise the bonds, local bankers
said they believed the present political
power in North Dakota is "revolution?
ary," Mr. O'Dell said yesterday.
Attorney General Lemke and Mr.
O'Dell were sent here under official in?
structions to seek a market for one
third of the $19,000.000 bond i-*sue
authorized by the North Dakota Legis?
lature in 1919 to be devoted to the con?
struction of state-owned mills, eleva?
tors and other utilities. The bonds in
question are of 6 per cent and exempt
front Federal and state taxation.
Mr. O'Dell said that having b(?on un?
able to find a market for the bonds
here efforts will be made to dispose of
them among the citizens of North Da?
kota in order that the ttate program
of public-owned utilities may be car?
ried out. He declared the local banks,
in refusing to handle the bonds, were
acting in deference to the banking in?
terests of the twin cities, Minneapolis
and St. Paul, which, he said, have shown
opposition to the present rule of affairs
in North Dakota.
"The present administration of North
Dakota has been tarred and feathered,"
said Mr. O'Dell. "Because we hav??
sought to construct a government along
lines of direct benefit to the farmers
and the people we are accused by the
grain corporate interests and others of
being anarchistic, socialistic and revo?
lutionary. Those opposed to the admin?
istration, built up by the Non-partisan
party, -which has been upheld in all
the courts, have carried on a campaign
of abuse, calumny and slander. 1
thought Wall Street dictated, but 1
find it is the other way. The bankers
we interviewed agreed that the bonds
were gilt edge, but they said 'we cannot
touch them because you people up there
_, "The people of North Dakota are de*
^rrmtned to stand by the program as
enacted by the Non-partisan League,
and if we go down it will be with colors
Capper to Renew Fight
On Gambling in Grain
From Th' Tribu-nr's Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON, April 9.?Senator
Capper, of Kansas, announced to-day
that as soon as Congress reopens he
would introduce again his anti-grain
gambling bill. He said it was designed
to "eliminate the gambling features of ?
prain trading, particularly on the
Chicago Board of Trade," which he
calls the "greatest gambling house in
The bill has a number of new fea?
tures, designed to meet criticisms and
to 33take the bill unobjectionable to
legitimate grain and milling interests. ?
Representative J. N. Tincher, of
Kansas, will present the bill in the
"As revised my bill will,. I believe,
meet the approval of the legitimate
grain and' milling interests," said .Sen- ?
ator Capper. "It does not interfere
with legitimate hedging. This is ac?
complished by limiting the buying and
selling of futures absolutely to those
v.ho are regularly engaged in the grain
or milling business. The bill places
the grain exchanges under supervision,
pf the Bureau of Markets of the De?
partment of Agriculture,' which will
cenfine what speculation there is in
grain to the regular boards of trade.
This will end the activities of the
private wire houses, where 95 per cent
of the real gambling is done. ;
"The other great, evil of the grain
trade is manipulation of prices. This
vil is dealt with in the Capper
lincher bill by requiring a public
record to be made of all transactions
Europe's Finances Not
Improved During March
WASHINGTON. April 9.?Financially
and economically the situation through?
out the world improved but little in
March, with few signs of better condi?
tions to come, according to cabled sum?
maries received to-day by the Bureau
of Foreign and Domestic Commerce!.
In Europe tight money, unemploy?
ment and unsatisfactory industrial and
shipping conditions, declines in prices
and slight revival of building activities
were noted, ^n the East the situation
was described as somewhat easier,
while in South America conditions
were reported as virtually unchanged.
Business depression in Great Britain
has increased, owing to the prospective
failure of an early settlement with
Germany oi the reparations question.
The Russian trade agreement is not-ex?
pected appreciably to benefit business.
American exports to France continue to
shov marked reductions.
Foreign investment capital, ?-"directed
largely to railroad improvement, is
going into China; The money situa?
tion is easier in Japan.
REAL ESTATE-*-SALE OR RENT
Vicinity of Wall Street. Store and office
^mllding. Rents $77,000. Trico ?316,000.
This property shows a very large, clear
profit, will pay vou to Invest?gate.
II. T. WOOD 220 BROADWAY.
*** New Jersey
LiONIA'S GREATEST BARGAIN?NOTH
In? lllce U at JS.000, cash $3,500?Eight
r?oma, gas. electric light, etc.; near trolley,
?ehool. stores. Look It over quick. Fort
L?? trolley to Leonia. Notary, 455 Broad
?v*., corner Harold.
FARM WANTED ?
SMALL FARM WANTED. NEAR WATER,
village and railroad station; good house,
uVurnl.-ihi-cl: 1 or 2 hours from New York;
*f?%otiable price; write full particulars. 76
??c<tur ?t.. Brooklyn.
K\NHATTAN REAL ESTATE
"ft Elevator Apt.
Vicinity Central Park West
Rent? Over $65,000
Buy for less than
5 times rental
HAHVEY B. NEWINS, Inc.
522 5th Ave., N. Y. C.
_Phon*,? Vanderbilt 2?102-3-4-5.
aCBENS REAL ESTATE
AT SPRINGFIELD, L. ?.
Jt V*?Srmort c?r. Clinton Aves., new on**
^*?ft??:y *%???<???. tax exempt; built by day's
, ?, " ?^?hea frame, 6 rooms, bath.
?In? **. att>e? walk-in closets, op?;n plumb
ol'' ?Wctrt? lights, steam heat, double
bu. ??V/owgh'jut. Corner hou.-?e J7.0C0,
fisti/iA0**0*! nt*t to corner, ?7.850. plot
et ?,- lOwneiiS. Johnston, S3?.7 Shipley
?V'jl 1SS1 ^ N* Y* ?*????? Richmond
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
City of New York
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
SAMUEL MARX, Auctioneer
WILL BELL BY
April 27th, 1921
AT IS O'CLOCK NOON
At the lirai Est?t* Exchange Salesroom
14-16 VESEY ST.. N. V. C.
By Order of
Transit Construction Commissioner
rursuanl to the Provisions of the?
Rapid Transit Act
The following desirable puroels:
Pl?f Nn 1 J Westerly side of Centro 8t,
not no. i 'beuceoo Canal and Howard St?.
Plrtf IV?. 9N Westerly side of Centre St..
rtO\ lio. ?? between Walkor and Canal SU.
PI?? IM? ?^Southerly side of Esst 13St.li St..
* ,ox l*?' ?}bet. Park Ave. A Canal St. West,
PI?? N? A S Southwesterlj comer of East
riot no. 4 ) 18SUl st Bnd Mott Anv
PI?? N~ e S Northerly side E. 188th St.. bet.
sviOT. r?IO. a ?, .iat.kson Av a!lrl So Boulevard.
Plnf M^. ? s 0*r*rd and Walton Aves . East
JIQl "?" ?U46th St. and East 119th St,
SAMUEL MARX, Auctioneer
115-117 West 28rd St., N. Y. C.
Also in Boro of Brooklyn
TO BE SOLD BY
l'tihllc Auction by
NATHANIEL SHTJTER, Auctioneer
1S9 Montague street. Brooklyn. N. T.,
at the Bktyn. H. B. Exchange Salesroom,
, On Thursday, April 28, 1021
City owned plots, taken (or transit pur?
poses, and located at Fulton St.. Flatbush
Ave. Extension, Eastern Parkway and Co?
For Terms and Conditions of Sale
Transit Conslrwtlon Commissioner,
Loom 003, 4i) Lafayette st., N. Y. City,
Or to the Auctioneer
NEW JERSEY REAL ESTATE
READY TO MOVE IN
Nine new houses, [>, 6, 7 and S rooms, at
Bogota, 44 J.. SO minutes from West 42d
st.. via West Shore Railroad to Bogota,
N4 J. ; then walk a few blocks to houses
on Maplewood av ; commutation $6.40 per
month; built of stucco and frame; modern
design; every improvement, with breakfast
and sleeping porches. Trice, $6,500 to
$10,000, including all assessments raid,
free nnd clear; 19 houses sold last month.
'Particulars, Michael Bros. & Christiansen,
New York office, 115 YVejBt 29th. Phone
Watktns 46.10. Bogota office. Maplewood
and Palisade av. Phone Hackcnsack 033
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What to do with
Your Tiny Tots
this spring and summer
Hero, in a largo country home,
"Graylock." on the lulls at Peeks
kill, they will have a mother's cane,
and just enough schooling to ke?p
?4 m busy and happy. They play
oti the large shaded grounds, have
music and dancing, best of food,
medical attention and trained nurse.
pleasant weather we t,ake littlo
excursions to the beach. An all
year boarding school for children 1
to 10 years old. Weekly fee, $20.
MRS. M. LEWTAS BERT'S SCHOOL
FOR TINY TOTS
1120 Constant Ave., PecksklU, N. Y.
HO WEST Sit h STREET
Brooklyn, 218 I.hingston Street
New Classes Constantly Forming
School Open All Summer
^^^^^^^^ 642-3474 Fifth At.
The oldest and pre-eminently the. most
successful Prepares for and obtains ex?
cellent secretarial positions. Individual
tastruction only. Write for Cataloe lj.
Our TOURISTS 20 lesson course
111 Kreuch Slid Italian enables trardleri to
make tlicmsfilves understood in either language.
SERGIO SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES,
lath Year at, 815 5th Ave. (32nd Strcot)
6th Ave. & 125th St.
^^^^^^^^^^^JLarjrest because heat
Wood Graduate la a hitfh ?aiarled position
REGISTER NOW FOR
?. SECRETARIAL COURSE
rentrai firanr-li Y.W.C.A.
CORTINA ACADEMY OF
SCHOOL, G2 West 45th Street
Secretarial training ; individual
instruction. Summer rate?.
I FREE CATALOGS OF ALL (Boys', Girls')
SCHOOLS OU CAMPS IN TJ. S. Apply
? 110.: 'i'iiiies Bldg. or phone Bryant 8930.
PRINCIPAL ESTABLISHED NEW YORK
school offers exceptional environment
206 or address Box 615, ?flabylon. L. I.
KYLE CAMP, Catsklll Mountains?The
paradise for boys. 6 to 16; bungalows
only, no" wet tents; bathing and swimming
perfectly safe; camp physician, nurse, ma?
trons; "What a beautiful spot you have
selected," parents' expression. Address Dr.
Paul Kyle. Kyle School for Boys, Irvington
oii-Hudson, ?. Y.
MINNH5-WAWA, Summer Camp for Boys
and Young Men, located on Lake of Two
Rivers, Algonquin Provincial Park. In the
heart of Ontario Highlands. Vnsurpassed
for fishing, canoeing, observation of nature
and wild animal photography; wholesome
moral atmtaiphere; highest reference; rea?
sonable. Booklet T. W. L.- Wise, Ph. D.,
Bordentown, '?'.. J.
Bantam Lake, Conn., 100 miles from New
York City, ?'ahin camp for 40 hoys. Ex?
perienced councilors for health, hikes,
spurts, scout work, tutoring it" d. sired.
OR. ,1. H. 1IOBBS,
Lakeside, Litrlifleld Co., Conn.
Helene ?. Sweney
SCHOOL OF DANCING
SPECIALIZING IN MODERN
Eipert loatruction with correction of fault*
inspire* conoder.ee ?ud enables one to
become very proficient in a few lesson?.
OPEN PAYS AND EVENINGS
NORMAL COURSE FOR TEACHERS
Certificates and Diplomas Awarded
Phones Plaza 8612?2723
0 E. ??TH ST.. at 5TH AVE.
6S7 MADISON AVE.,
Cor .59th St. ?i?v??zA
We guifrantee to teach you to
ilaii.e all ?he latest modern
dances quickly and correctly.
lu LESSONS $8
. WITHOUT APPOINTAIENT
10 A. M. TO 11 V. M.
PRIVATE FAMILY has nice, airy bedroom,
with use of bath; season, four months.
G 3?4, Tribune.
. -*. g_ _.
^^ B-x?; " Want Advertisements ??l? ..??
LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS
LOST -Dog, Russian wolfhound. Neck
Road, between Coney Island av. and
ucean Parkway; answers name of Prince;
color, white aod tan; reward. Mary
BratVdlno, 817 Neck Road. Tel. Coney
LOST?Thursday night, at Aviation Ball,
platinum bracelet with sapphire* and
pearls; reward. Mrs. F. M. Johnson. 114
?st 36th. ' Phone Vanderbilt 4734.
LOST?Diamond platinum bar pin, Tuesday
night between ant h St. Theatre and Sum?
mit av., Jersoy City; reward: Bergen 8881.
LOST?Diamond, platinum flexible bracelet.
Monday or Tuesday; S20?i reward, no ques?
tions. Mrs. N. Petlnot, 000 West 110th st.
LOST?Lady's black traveling bag, Sun
day. April 3; taxi; reward. South 4402.
LOST?White, long haired cat; Saturday
evening, March 20. Reward If returned
to 11 West 10th st.
LOST?-Jado earring on Friday. April 7;
_suitable reward. Telephone Plaza 7897.
$300 REWARD, NO QUESTIONS ASKED.
Lost, platinum and diamond wrist watch.
Wednesday night, between East 56th St. and
Commodore Hotel, men to 115 West 71st
st.; reward. Tclophono Columbus 3261.
EDUCATED and refined couple In good cir?
cumstances wish to adopt healthy, good
looking girl, 1H to 3 *? years old. To such
a child they offer an excellent home and
education and' every advantage in life.
Give full details and, If possible, telephone
as well a?3 mall address. All replies
sirlcty confidential. D. II., P. O. Box 3071,
City Hall Station.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
BEAUTIFUL room in exclusive apartment:
gentleman preferred; no other roomers.
59T3T (ST., UCT. MADISON AND PAKE ATS.
Rooms ,vith private bath, $15 weekly
upward; all hotel comforts.
TELEPHONE PLAZA 3100.
TWO rooms on parlor floor, private bath,
furnished or unfurnished. 3 71 Lexing?
ton a v.
15TH, 357 W.?Large, small room, running
water, electricity, telephone. Chelsea 7925.
47TH, 106 W. (Raleigh Hall)?A residence
for men; light, attractively fur: ishrd
rooms, with tub or shower; writing, smok?
ing, lounge, billiard, rooms; comforts, con?
veniences of first class hotel ; lower rentals.
D6TH. 200 W.?Double room, spacious closet,
running water, telephone, elevator. Luck
7TH, 154 W,?Largo, sunny room; prl
\ate family; gentleman; reference.
85TH, 250 WEST (corner Broadway)?At?
tractive large front room; business peo?
S7TH, WEST?Desirable room, connecting
bath; every possible convenience; owner's
private home, near Drive; gentleman.
00TH, SI 1 WEST?Newly renovated se'ect
house; large, small rooms reasonable;
; 06TH, 88 W.?Large, small rooms, single or
connecting; all conveniences.
97TH ST., 200 WEST?Exceptionally clean,
comfortable room; gentleman. Apt. 3C.
105TH, 213 WEST?Beautiful large room,
scrupulously clean; near Broadway. Pyne.
107TH, 330?; WEST?Delightful front room.
| bath: strictly private family; cooking
?privilege; $25 week. Fuller.
111TH, 2-1 WEST?-Furnished room:- $0
week; references. Telephone University
<->?'?;o, apartment .ft!.
120TH, 346 W.?Large parlor; comforts,
all improvements; suilablo for two
3 21 ST. 420 WEST?Large, small; kitchen?
ette privilege; share apartment with cou?
ple. Apartment 6;ft
14?TH ST. ?ft'.?Tr. Broadway??Sunny, airy
room, adjoining bath; Christian family;
$S-$10; references. Apartment 4S.
USTH, 560 WEST?Nicely furnished room;
reasonable; electricity: Phone Audubon
A single room, front, airy, southern ex?
posure; in well kept privBto houso on
West 9th st. Stuvvesant 6764.
BROADWAY, 3210 (129th>, Apt. 23?Room
for 1 or 2 gentlemen; home privileges.
CENTRAL PARK WEST, 480?Attractively
furnished rooms, elevator apartment;
newly decorated. Ri-;h.
HOTEL RRADDOCK, 126th St., and Sth av,
?Single rooms, $2 a day; double rooms,
$3 a day; single room with bath, $3 a day;
Blngle room by the w?.?ek. $9 up.
LARGE room, twin beds, overlooking park,
near bus, sub. and "L" ; references.
Apt 20, 200 West 113th st.
NORTHERN AY., 106?Two attractive
rooms: gentlemen; couple; kitchen privi?
lege. Wadsworth 073 1.
PARLOR, two bedrooms, bath; gentlemen,
couple, block 00th st. subway. Riverside
RIVERSIDE DRIVE, 530, APT. 3B?Beau?
tiful furnished room for business people;
$60 monthly; private family. Morningslde
WEST END AV., 011?Beautiful room, ad
joining bath, modern conveniences; also
front basement room; two young men or
couple; bath, electric light; home cooking.
WEST END AV.?Large summer room,
ideal location; business men; references.
BEDFORD SECTION, ,'3-room apartment,
suitable housekeeping; also room, bath?
rooms, parquet, electricity, furnished or un*
furnished. Lafayette 0312.
PARK SLOPE?Small, comfortable room,
private house, conveniences; gentlemen;
references required. South 7835.
19TH, 2S35 W. (opp. Steeplechase)?Front
bedroom, kitchen, washtubs; $6 week.
FURNISHED ROOMS WANTED
YOUNG MAN, excellent references; select
neighborhood, not more than $8. Box 90,
318 W. '.Till st._
75T3I ST., 26 WEST?Miss Edwards, for?
merly 62 West 56th St., desirable rooms,
table g'uests; references. ?.
REST TREATMENT, WITIUMILK DIET,
under dircet supervision of resident phy?
sician, for nervous breakdown, exhaustion
or convalescents. Write for terms and cir?
cular to Medical Director, HARMONY
ROAD FARM Pawling. N. Y.
REFINED FAMILY WITH COUNTRY
heme would care for young child; plenty
of frosh eggs and milk; excellent atten?
tion guaranteed. Address Box 523, Mid?
THE MARTINDALE HOME
for elderly and invalid ladies; beautiful
first floor room, with veranda. 217 War
burton av., yonkers, N. Y.Tel. 460.
COUNTRY BOARD WANTED
WAN"! ED?Board and room In country by
a single man afflicted with an Impedi?
ment In speech; rate must bo reasonable.
G 347, Tribune.
' " =
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Office Employment Agencies
Bovvtell's Business Bureau,
170 BROADWAY. TEL. CORTLAND 114.
Office help of the better kind.
ily; country in summer; references re?
quired. Call Monday. 9 to 13, 36 East 70th st.
CHAMBERMAID - WAITRESS ? Young
white girt, with references; good wages;
permanent position. Mrs. H. D. Furnias,
247 Corlies ave.. Pelham, N. Y. Tel. Pel
COOK?White: experienced; references;
country; call between 9 und 11 Monday
morning. Mrs. Brown. 35 E. 30th st.. city.
HOUSEWORK, general; white girl, experi?
enced; must be first class and one who
will not go out every evening; ?sr New
Recueille. P?one New Rochelle 27-fS.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
GENERAL HOUSEWORKER ?? Scandina?
vian; two in family. 106 West 55th ?t.,
HOUSEKEEPER?Middle aged, to taks
care of small family; good homo; good
pay for responsible pwson. Kallman Cos
tujno Co., G W. ,'llst st.. Manhattan, or call
2123 81st st., Brooklyn.
HOUSEWORKER. general, good cook, ?mall
apartment, three In family; good wages;
willing to go to country in summer. Apply
Friday evening or Saturday morning, Brei
nlg, 85 East fifith st.. first floor south.
HOUSEWORKER, general, white: small
family; no washing: good references re?
quired; good wages. 1?3 Eastern Parkway,
Brooklyn. Apt. A-S.
HOtLSEWORKER?General; French ?pre?
ferred: no laundry; no upstairs work;
small family. Telephone Flushing 3436.
HOUSEKEEPER?General; small family;
good wages. 010 Riverside Drive, Apt. 3H.
HOUSEWORKER?White; general, strong
girl. 307 West 87th st.. city.
Phono Wednesday, River 3340, 069 West
NURSERY GOVERNESS ?French: two
children; good references; good wages.
Apply Monday, 134 East 76th st.
ORPHAN GIRL, 12 to 18 years of age, as
companion und help to young mother;
Ptotestant; country' home; references re?
quired and given. G 383, Tribune.
WOMAN TO TAKE CHARGE OF LINEN
room at Seaside Hospital, New Dorp,
S. I. Apply ST. JOHN'S GUILD. 108
DIETITIAN?Young woman as assistant;
$K0 monthly and maintenance. Call or
phono Woman's Hospital, 141 West 109th
st. Academy 0800. _
Women's Suits and Dresses
Misses' Suits and Dresses
S 3D ST. & B'WAT,
WISH TO ENGAGE EXPERI?
ENCED SALESWOMEN WHO
ARE EXPERIENCED IN THE
SELLING OF THE ABOVE
LINES. HIGHEST SALARIES
Apply Employment Office, 5th Floor.
We require the services of a well
balanced, thoroughly experienced young
lady of neat appearance and pleasing
personality; larga Christian manu?
facturing concern. Writo Box 686,
SOG Fitzgerald Building.
STENOGRAPHER and bookkeeper: thor?
oughly efficient; Christian; in advertis?
ing office; $25 start. Room 1232, 70 5th ave.
YOUNG LADIES WANTED TO
DISTRIBUTE HIGH CLASS
PRODUCT TO HIGH CLASS
HOMES IN SUBURBS. MI4ST BE
YOUNG, NEAT AND COUR?
TEOUS. $1S PER WEEK AND
EXPENSES. BACKED BY WELL
KNOWN CONCERN. NO SELL?
ING. ADDRESS L. S.. DEPT.,
P. O. BOX 646, CITY HALL STA?
TION, NEW YORK.
YOUNG LADY with artistic, taste In art
department; personal interview. Den
nison Mfg. Co., 2-0 5th ave.
In. t ruction
COMB ANY MINUTE after 6 p. m. for sec?
retarial, bookkeeping. English accounting.
Phone Beekman 2723. Night-day. Booklet.
Drake Business School, Tribuno Building.
WANAMAKER BEAUTY SCHOOL,
3S3 Fifth av., near 36th st.
HELP WANTED MALE
Office Employment Agencies
BowtelTs Business Bureau,
170 BROADWAY. TEL. CORTLAND 114.
Office help of tho better kind.
EXECUTIVE SERVICE CORP.,
near Fifth av., 22 East 42d st.
Telephone Vanderbllt 217S.
Progressive corporation, creating direct
advertising, has opening for an experi?
enced advertising salesman; commission
basis to start; leads supplied; exceptional
support given; givo full details. D 332,
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS, official book?
let Early Settlers America; every city;
?munissions average $100 week. Secretary
Wyckoff, Englewood, N. J.
Several positions affording con?
structive growth along commer?
cial or mechanical lines now open.
You should have st least a
grammar school education and bo
over 16 years of age; no previous
experience necessary. Reply, giv?
ing nationality of self and parents,
age and salary expected. Address
Box 195, Room 2602, 110 West
HARRY KITZINGER & CO.
ARE OPEN FOR
AND SOUTH CAROLINA
ONLY EXPERIENCED MEN NEED
Learn to Sell Bonds.
A Highly Paid Profession.
A Financial Institution of high
National standing has openings for
several men and women as special
representatives to sell FIRST
MORTGAGE REAL ESTATE
BONDS yielding 7'* and 8 per cent
interest. All or part time proposi?
tion. This is an exceptional op?
portunity for agents of real ability
to make" large incomes.
Call or Phone
MR. H. S. GORGAS,
2D FLOOR, MILLER BUILDING,
5TH AV., AT 46TH STT
TELEPHONE BRYANT 6069.
MAN?Experienced single man for general
work on my dairy farm; board and room
with ownei ; $40 to start. Lee P. Grant,
Bloomville, N. Y.
MAN?Married man as farm hand on gen?
tleman's place; must be a good milker;
unfurnished house is- supplied. Call Mon?
day morning. 10 to 1 o'clock, Dyckman.
SO Fifth ave., 11th floor.
REAL ESTATE broker wanted by high
class firm to sell units of co-operative
apartment; highest class; big commission:
sure results; no salary; permanent ar?
rangement; state experience. S. T.. 100,
SALESMEN?Approved auto lock, no com?
plicated installation, entitles purchaser
insurance refund greater than cost of lock,
commission basis. Call 3 to 7 p. m., Pre?
ferred Utilities Company, 1780 Broadway.
SALESMAN, woolen, by large jobbers;
must have established trade among mer?
chant tailors of greater New York. New?
ark and vicinity; replies treated confiden?
tially. D 331, Tribune.
HELP WANTED MALE
MANUFACTURER OF NATIONAL
REPUTATION WANTS A YOUNG
MAN WHOSE COLLEGE EDUCA
TION, PERSONALITY AND POW- '
ERS OF OBSERVATION MAKE
A FOUNDATION UPON WHICH
CAN BE BUILT A SUCCESSFUL
PLANT EXECUTIVE. SALARY
?130 AT FIRST. WITH INCREASE
AS SOON AS ABILITY HAS BEEN
DEMONSTRATED. GIVE AGE,
COLLEGE DEGREE. RELIGION
AND EXPERIENCE. POSTOF
FICB BOX MT-264, CITY HALL
STATION, N. Y.
ONE OF NEW YORK'S
Foremost Manufacturers of
CLOAKS AND SUITS
IS OPEN FOR A SALESMAN
ONLY EXPERIENCED MAN
STATE PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE
IN FIRST LETTER. BOX A,
1626 ST. JAMES BLDG.
SALESMAN MARINE HARDWARE
One df the largest, marine hardware Job
ing houses lu New York requires a high
grade marino hardware salesman who has
had experience In this capacity. Salary to
be commensurate with ability and expe?
rience. D 327 Tribune.
calling on. hospitals, hotels, institutions
and factories to handle a well known and
aggressively advertised line; liberal com?
mission to right, man.; D 329, Tribune.
SALESMEN, on commission, cnlllng on del?
icatessen stores, to sell imported cheese
style. Call or write B. Bertibonl, 455 ,W"est
to sell high-class stocks: good
leads furnished; commission basisv
Apply by letter only.
A. A. SALES CORP.,
ONLY ONE WHO HAS
GOOD TASTE, INITIATIVE A77D
ORIGINALITY. SALARY NO OBJECT
TO RIGHT PARTY. AMBITIOUS
NOVICES NEED NOT APPLY.
APPLICATION TREATED IN.
AVEDON. 448 5TH AV. ?
AUTO INSTRUCTION?Wo teach repairing
and driving in short time. License guar?
anteed, ladles' classes; also Ford lessons.
American Auto School. 726 Lexington ave.
(69th). Plaza 4016.
LEARN TO BE A CHAUFFEUR?Pleas.
ant, profttablo work; day and evening
classes. Send for free uooUlet and visitor's
pass. West Side Y. M. C. A.. 306 W. 57th st
MEN wanted to operate moving picturs
machines in theaters; we teach you days
or evenings. American Theater Building.
?44 8th av. (42d). Bryant 1519.
LEARN LINOTYPE?-Highly paid trad?;
evening course $200; call. Telephone 2478
Stuyvesant. Empire School, 133 E. H'.th
AUTO INSTRUCTION, $16
Day, evening; Cadillac, Studebaker, Mit?
chell. B. & M. Co.. 1303 Lexington av.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
BOOKKEI7PER, correspondent, 10 years'
experience, possessing tact, and initia?
tive; highest references. G 1149 Tribune.
STENOGRAPHER, two years' experience;
advertising experience; high school grad?
uate; references. H. Stein, 223 East 115th St.
STENOGRAPHER, experienced; good ref?
erences; $1'4 Mildred Feltensteln, 1577
St. Mark's Ave., Brooklyn.
STENOGRAPHER, expert; high school
graduate; reliable, accurate; $20. G 3S0,
CHAMBERMAID- Danish; first class; very
neat; exceptionally capable, most highly
recommended; $?>o. Mason's Agency, 18
West 43d st. Vanderbllt 9053.
CHAMBERMAID, assist waitress; very
neat, exceptionally competent Irish p-lri;
most highly recommended; $7)5. Mason's
Agency, 18 West 43d,
CHAMBERMAID, young English woman;
good sity reference. 14, Miss Hof
mayer's Agency, 10 E. 4141 st., 3d floor.
Telephone 8947 Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS, young Irish
girl; very willing; good reference. G..
Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 10 E. 43d st., 3d
floor. Telephone 8947 Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID-MAID ? English, six
years last place; $60; anywhere. Miss
Shea's Agency, 6 E. 41st. Murray Hill 677 1.
and reliable; excellent references. Lane
& Eoecherer Co., 43 West 33d st.
COOK, American Protestant; highly rec?
ommended; very reliable. I,, .Miss Hof?
mayer's Agency, 10 B. 4 3d st., 3d floor.
Telephone 8947 Murray Hill.
COOK, voung Finn; excellent cook; good
references: $80-$$5. II., Miss Hofmayer's
Agency, 10 E. 43d st., 3d floor. Telephone
8947 Murray Hill.
COOK-HOUSEKEEPER; nursery gover?
ness; French; mother-daughter; refined,
experienced; highly recommended; $S0,'$?>0.
Mason's Agency, IS West 43d.
COOK; chambermaid-waitress; two neat,
nice, young, experienced maids; house
preferred; excellent references. Mason's
Agency, 18 West 43d.
COOK, German; first class in all branches;
highly recommended; city or country.
Lantr & Boecherer Co., 43 West 33d st.
COOK, first class, also waitress; excellent
references. Shuughnessy's Agency, 860
DAY WORKER?Laundress or cleaner;
good, capable worker. M.. Miss Hof?
mayer's Agency, 10 E. 43d St. 3d floor.
Telephone 8947 Murray Hill.
General Houseworkers, Etc.
GIRL, colored, wishes housework or part
time. Benn, 16 West 99th st.
HOUSEWORKER. Hungarian, with useful
daughter, excellent cook; $75. Miss
Shea's Agency, 6 E. 41st. Murray Hill 6774.
HOUSEWORKER. two. three, four hours
daily; laundry, cleaning. Sealey's Ajrency.
HOUSEWORKER, competent; two years'
reference. Mrs. Cooper's Agency, 657 6th
LAUNDRESS?Very neat; exceptionally
competent; excellent worker; highly rec?
ommended; $60. Mrs. Mason's Agency. 18
West 43d. Vanderbllt 9053.
young; $60; anywhere; tine references.
Miss Shea's Agency. 6 E. 41st St. Murray
LAUNDRESS?First class, capable worker
best references. Lang &. Boecherer Co
43 West 33d st.
WOMAN, colored, wishes washing to take
home. P. Mclver. 110- Wast 13?t_h at.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
CHILD'S NURSE, young French womsn;
child over four; $50-$65. T.. Miss Hof
mayer'a Agency, 10 E. 43d st, 3d floor.
Telephone 8947 Murray Hill.
INFANT'S NURSE, young Canadian,
trained; excellent; four years' reference;
Infant or older children; $75. E., Miss
Hofmayer's Agency. 10 B. 43d st., 3d floor.
Telephone 8947 Murray Hill.
INFANT'S NURSE, hospital trained; ex?
ceptionally capable; $80; anywhere. Miss
Shea's Agoncy, 6 E. 41st. Murray Hill 677*.
NORSE for growing children; refined
American; $65; anywhere. Miss Shea's
Agency, 6 E. 41st St. Murray Hill ?774.
NURSERY GOVERNESS ? Experienced ;
highly recommended; wiiling and oblig?
ing. Lang <?? Boecherer Co., 43 W. 33d st.
WAITRESS-PARLOR MAID, yowng Irish
girl; good refiarences. K-, Miss Hof?
mayer's Agency, *10 E. 43d st., 3d floor.
Telephone 8947 Murray Hill. -
WAITRESS-PARLORMAID ? Tall, neat,
nice appearance; thoroughly experienced;
excellent references; city family; $65.
Mason's Agency, 3 8 West 43d.
COLORED RELIABLE HELP
All capacities furnished free. Wiansa Help
Exchange, 178 West 135th st. Mornlngslda
GIRL, colored, wishes afternoon position.
E. H.. 43 W. 129th, Apt. 16.
GIRL wishes position half time.
4 45 4-W.. 629 Lenox av.. Apt. 7.
KITCHEN MAID or useful girl; bright,
newly arrived Irish; $40. Shea's Agency,
R E. 41st St. Murray Hill 6774.
LADIES' MAID?Useful; French-Italian:
very neat; excellent seamstress; highly
recommended; country; $50. Mason's Agen?
cy, 18 West 43d.
LADIES' MAID?Excellent seamstress and
packer; visiting or reaident: best refer?
ences. Lang & Boecherer Co., 43 W. 33d st.
SISTERS?Cook, waitress, chambermaid;
$7C?, $05; three years last place. Shea's
Agency, 6 E. 41st St. Murray Hill 6774.
WE HAVE QUITE A NUMBER OF IN
telligent. willing: girls who we are desir?
ous to place in good homes at reasonable
wages, such as cooks, chambermaids,
waitresses, houseworkers, laundresses,
ladies' maids, couples, nurses and gov
ernesses. Wettler's Agency. 18 W. 43d St.,
3rd floor. Murray Hill 4942.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
ACCOUNTANT, "xpert, Christian, audits.
Systematizes books; regular Interval's.
Dixie, 112 E. 19th st. ;
ASSISTANT to executive, correspondent;
s man with college and legal education:
??xperienced in general practice an<I bond
law; ex-offlcer A. E. F.; desires business
connection. G 351, Tribune.
CLJCRICAL or semi-clerical work wanted,
6 to 3! p. m.; $3.60. G 330. Tribune.
COLLEGE MAN desires position for sum
mar as secretary or clerk; good typist;
ran write a clear, concise letter; business
experience; prefer New Jersy shore; refer?
ences; correspondnce Invited. D 325, Trib?
OFFICE ASSISTANT or executive; capable;
writer direct mail advertising; salary
$200 month; appointments Friday or Sat?
urday. H. R., Box 27, Station I. New York.
YOUNG MAN. 25, married, wishes position,
clerical and manager experience. G 354,
Bt'TLER; Japanese; housework or entire
eharge small bachelor place; good cook;
fishes position in nice family; city or
country, good references. Harryho, care
of Mrs. Lee, 36 Gramercy B*rfk.
BUTLER?English, experienced, good city
references. R., Mi?*s Hofmaver's Agencv,
10 East 43d st., 3d floor. Tel. 8947 Murray
BUTLER - HOUSEMAN; coo'H-chamber
mafd; neat, thorouehly experienced
young* pair; excellent references; $150.
Mrs. Mason's Agency, 18 West 43d.
BUTLER?Useful; very neat, thoroughly
experienced young Filipino; most high?
ly recommended; $85. Mrs. Mason's Agen?
cy, 18 West 43d.
BUTLER?Capable, English; $90; best
references; anywhere. Miss Shea's
Agency, 6 E. 41st St. Murray Hill 6774.
BUTLER-VALET; useful; Swiss; excellent
references. Miss Shaugnessy's Agency,
8*30 6th av.
CARETAKERS?First class pair; no chil?
dren; thoroughly experienced; absolutely
responsible; splendid recommendations.
Mrs. Mason's Agency. 18 West 43d.
COLORED COUPLE?Chauffeur. useful;
nurse, chambermaid; separa.to or to?
gether; good looking; splendid servants;
$150; fine references. Miss Shea's Agency,
?i East 41st St. Murray Hill 6774.
COLORED COUPLE?Butler, useful; ex
client cook, entire work; $130; tine ref
erences. Miss Shea's Agency, 6 East 41st
St. Murray 1I1II 0774.
COMPANION" TO BOY?Divinity student,
experienced boys' worker, camper and
rider, would act as companion to or take
entire charge of normal or subnormal boy:
highest testimonials. G 319, Tribune
COUPLE ? Hollanders; chauffeur-useful;
laundress; neat, capable young pair; cot?
tage; highly recommended; $150. Mason's
Agencv. 18 West 43d.
COUPLE?Filipinos; very neat, capable,
efficient young pair; splendid references;
city, nearby; $150. Mason's Agoncy, IS
COUPLE?German; caretakers; loiip* years"
experience; highly recommended; very
reliable. Lang &? Boecherer Co., 43 W. 33d.
COUPLE, young, colored, to work In pri?
vat? family; city or country: references.
Williams, :ft' West 136th st., Apt. 1, city.
COUPLE?Gardener, useful housewoiicer ;
splendid references. Miss Shaugncssy'3
Agency, S*30 6th av.
COUPLE?Useful, butler; cook, chamber?
maid; $160; country; references. G 343.
GARDENER, single, Scotch; capable, all
round man; $70. Miss Shea's Agency, 6
East 41st St. Murray Hill 6774.
HOUSEMAN?Useful; understands garden?
ing; very excellent young Dane: highly
recommended; $7;V Mason's Agency. 18
AVesr 43d. Vanderbilt 9053.
HOUSEMAN?Younir Flan, good, willing
worker. L)., Miss Hofmayer's Agency,
10 E. 43d st., 3d floor. Tel. 8047 Mur. Hill.
MAN, colored, position family ?vmt.er. ?ise
ful man. references. Hunter, -'-'- W. i?.8th.
VALET, colored, 24. also chauffeur me?
chanic, well bred, capable, references.
Hend ricks, 317 West End a v.
CHAUFFEUR?Swedish; married; very
comt*etent. conscientious; skillful driver
best cars; splendid references. Mrs. Mason's
Agency, 18 We*? 13d_
MAN single, speaking foreign languages,
well educated, wishes position as collector
or salesman; any territory; bond It neces?
sary. 3. Pavelohok, 318 E. 71st st.
PRINTER, thoroughly experienced in ail
details Christian; take charge private
plant; highest? credentials. Box 516,, 852
Columbus av,-. _
PORTER or janitor wishes position in rich
privat?; family. Fludd, 108 W. 138th st
TWO young men, 22, desire to connect with
a high ?lass summer resort or hotel;
acquainted with general hott! routine and
details, ran furnish best of references.
G 353. Tribune. _
T A D A ft'TTCTT American Employment
lAr.A.VL?L Agency. 153 West 46th
st Bryant 8079. Select domestic help.
TAPiVU^F HELP, skilled, guaran
jArAALOL leed m 6lh av> be_
tv*een 45-46th. Bryant 7331.
TAPAMFC.F SERVICE AGENCY
j s\ r ?\ i\ ?-or- Most reliable.
106 West 46th. Tel. Bryant 7787-9693.
PHILIPPINE American Employment
Agency. We place all kinds of help.
119 Sands St.. Brooklyn. Main 279L
NEW YORK EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
supplies help, male and female, all posi?
tions. Phone Chelsea 5230. 166 W. 31st st.
COLORED high grade servants; city;
country; references investigated. Xemy
Agency. Audubon 2158. -.
MISS A. aTh?FMAYER
10 EAST 43D ST. 3D FLOOR.
Reliable Domestic Help
Telephones H\l Murray Hill
FOLLOW THE TRIANGLE
to NEW ADDRESS,
on and after APRIL 11,
777 Lexington Av. (61st.)
TRIANGLE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Manager. MISS SUSIE RICE.
MISS ISABEL SHEA
6 E. 41ST., BET. MAD. & 6TH AVES.
Select help, male and female, for city
TELEPHONE 6774 MURRA.Y HILL.
Winthrop Empiovment Agency!
47 West 42d St. Tel.' Murray Hill 6431.
Miss GRACE G. FYNES, proprietor.
Offers unusual personal service In
supplying best domestic help obtainable.
Select help (male and female) for privat?
familles. 784 Lexington ave. Plaia 6006.
The Select Employment Agency
Efficient Servants. All Nationalities. 5 6?6?
J. M. ROUXEL, 641 6th Ave. Fita Roy ?459? .
Yorkville Employment Agency
Chambermaids, waitresses, houseworkers.
cooks; best wages paid. Ulman, 204 E.
60th st. Telephone Plaza S167.
LANG & BOECHERER CO.
43 AV. 33d St. Established 1890,
FirBt class help of all nationalities.
LAZARB'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
200 BAST 72D ST.,
TELEPHONE RHINELANDER 4044,
Is at your service with the best cooks and
other dornest la help available.
MRS. STBTINA'S DOMESTIC BUREAU.
Excellent help supplied for the home, in?
cluding experienced couples, chauffeurs and
gardeners. 26 W. 43d, Voom 240 (Vander?
Excelsior Employment Agency, Miss M. 3.
MeLoughlin, Prop. Removed to 620 Lex?
ington ave., between 53d and 54th sts.
First class domestic help, male and female.
M re "Tlii-lrirkcr?n'c Co-operat'.ve Bra
rs. UlCKin-SOn S payment Bureau
Agency, 61 West 48th st. Efficient Servants
(Male and Female). 6974 Bryant.
TTMTVFR^ A I Employment Agency.
UAlVLIVOnL6j.57 West 37th -t._
supplies domestic help. Personal attention
given all orders. Fltzroy 114D-1146.
iAPAVF^F Domestic Employment
J.-S.S -vni"'J-' Agency?Select lvlp of
all nationalities supplied.' 187 Lexington
-". 9358 Madison Square.
WETTLER'S ??m^,0^,en?, Afe,l5T;
,,., _ ,, ., 13 V. 4Jd. Vanderbllt
4761. Reliable educational and domestic
help for city and country. All nationalities.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 18 WEST 43D.
Vanderbilt 9053. Reliable Domestic Help.
Jussila Employment Agency
653 Lexington ave.
Finnish and Swedish Servants.
Employment Agency supplies first class
help. 682 6th av. Vandtrbilt 3171.
HORNING'S Employment Agency recom?
mends help for all capacities, and
couples. Prop. Behrens, 944 3d av.. near
United Employment Agency
165 East 73d Street.
Domestic help for city and country.
WEINTRAUB'S Emp. Agency. 627 Madison
a v.,,cor. 69th, Room 304. specializes grad?
uate, undergraduate. Infants', children s
" nurses; also other help. Plaza 6634.
P.RFMX'AM Agency. 46 East 60th St.
JJIXJ^.\.N^-N Plaza 1217-1218.
Offices: Greenwich, Stamford and N. T.
T A p A YFSF Employment Agency.
jn-l?\-\I2.0L^ Mo?n re!iable domestic
help furnished. 26 W. 43d. Tel. Van'bllt 30S9.
pCTUpD T TV]") Employment Agency
J-"-' ln"R bi^y Select first class help.
745 Madison av. Rhinelander 804,8.
CHAS. TDIVIY'C Agency. 6a9 Sixth
O. C is\\\ l-\ J av. Established 1886.
Telephone Fltzroy 6803.
Qir \ T "p V'CAgency, efficiont housework
v75L./\i-/C< X J ers, chambermaids, cooks,
nurses, waitresses. 161 W. 146th Aud. 279*.
RT T^Af-? Employment Agency speclal
XJi^iw'ivi. wJ jzes in a? jtind3 domestic
help. 1024 6th av. Plaza 8650.
i-nr r4VIAT Agency removed to IS
v. KJL^yJ-\ i-^i-. \v. 43d st. Vanderbllt
3696. Commercial, domestic help.
JACQUIN'S Agency. fr>2 fith av., procures
help; male, female; all capacities, na?
BHAL'CHNEKSY. bigh class employment agency,
860 6th ave.'; male, female; city, country.
METROPOLITAN ART CO.
CHINA AND NOVELTY DECORATORS.
WORK TO ORDER.
49 CHRISTOPHER ST.. NEW YORK.
FAIREST PRICES paid for sets, libraries,
fiction; large, small lota of books. COR
BETT, 71S Lexington ave. Plaza 4764.
BOOKS BOUGHT Good prices for books
and sets. CASE, 323 West 42d st.
AWNINGS, canoe, yacht and racing sails;
yacht canv-is work, canvas. LARSEN,
45 Fulton st. Phone Boekman 6674. ?
Curtains and Draperies
PHONE PLAZA ?07>1
Deigns Shop, draperie-.-, and curtains'.
prompt, efficient service. P80 3d av.
DANIEL WOLFF DETECTIVE BUREAU,
Inc., 347 Madison ave. Math). Tel. Van?
derbllt 3665, Civil, criminal; contidentlal
investigations; highest references.
Diamonds, Jewelry, Etc.
<4J7..4 VND GET A SQUARE DEAL.
Highest cash priics paid immediately far lisa indi
?aid jewelry. EbUtes ?Dwaiied sscui purchased. No
SlUOUUt too larse. Plu tic Uryant .'a4j.
L, 1IA1.PDRT, 141 W. 42D ST. P. ZINNBR.
T5r\T?P p TT\-(2 diamonds, old gold,
CsKJ^Kj r> i_. I O s)1v(1. platinum, an?
tique? and pawn tickets. 146 W. 23d St.
! HK?HK?T PRICES PAID FOR DIAMONDS.
GOLD, SILVER. PLATINUM. PEARLS.
A. FRIEDMAN, 747 SIXTH AVE.
DIAMONDS bought and sold for rash from
Individuals or estates. BENNETT, 17?
, Broadway, 2d floor. _
Dog?, Birds, Poultry, etc.
BOOK ON DOG DISEASES
Ai'.cl How to Feed
America's Pioneer Dog Medicines.
Mailed free to any address
bv the Author,
H. CLAY GLOVER CO., INC.,
118 'VEST 316T ST., NEW YORK
DUB FISH NETS, never used, four-Inch
r?esh. about 10x900 feet each,
i NORRIS CO., 12-5 LIBERTY ST. N. Y.
PARLOR SUITE at half prie?, manufac?
turer's closing out sale; tapestries,
velours and real leather; $55 up; every
ytlcle is guaranteed. Period Upholstering
Manufacturing Co.. Inc., 274 West 146th st.
WE PAY highest prices for rurnUur?,
pianos, antiques, bric-a-brac, books, art.
? tc. GABAY. Ss University Place. Stuy
POSITIVELY pay highest cash for furni?
ture, rugs, pianos, etc. MAURICE, 12?
University pi. Phone Stuyvesant 6647.
ORIENTAL RUGS, any condition, bought
for highest prices: expert appraising;
prompt attention. Basmajiam, 39 West
46th. Bryaai ?,191.
HIGHEST VALUE PAID
for slightly used evening rtreet frock*
furs, diamonds, jewelry, silverware. R*"
HsbK coiifMentlal. Est. 30 years. ?rao.
Naftal, 63 Vf. 45th ?t. Tel. Bryant 670.
SPECIALIZING INDIVIDUAL SERVICE
FURNISHIN'x HOMES DIRECT FROM
EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE FIRMS.
EDGAR L. WILLI A Ma
1270 BROADWAY. PHONE PENN (M-i.
Lamps and Lampshades
FLOOR and table lamps mad*, silk shades
mad? an?l recovered; ?amps altered from
electricity to gas and vice vorsa; small
cabinets made and t ?paired.
SINGLETON STUDIO, 242 West Hid
FOR THE TRIBUNE MAM
The clothes you choose to wear at prices
you < hoo?e to pay. Stitch Clothes Shop
has no elaborate decorations, no big sates
force and no profit-eating rent- It's a
modest and eeml-private shop on the
eighth floor. Every dollar you pay Is in
the garment. Every garment made in our
own shop. Suits and spring coats for the
sportv and consTvatix-e dresser. $22.50 to
! $34.50. Everv garment marked in piala
figures. Michael Stitch Co.. 611.621 Broad?
way, eighth floor.
A WHOLESALER \l\lT*\s&
grade hand tailored all wool Men's Spring
Suits and Topcoats, latest styles, at $23.69
and $29.50 (formerly $48.60). Showroom,
A. ?fe B. Clothes Shop. 62 AVeet 33d St.,
opposite Hotel Me Alpin, branch at 1677
Broadway, with a tine line of all wool, 2
pairs trousers suits, at $35.00.
price?. Drop postal. 139 Ludlow st.
Patents and Inventions
DEVELOP Your Inventions.?Patents.work?
ing drawings, electrical and mechanical
designs prepared for production or experi?
menting, at moderate rates. Mfr's Engi?
neering Co., 620 Fifth ave. Ph. Vand. 721t.
PATTERNS r?jt to measure far ladles' as?
children's dreeses, garments; picture or
description. Mrs. Weiss, 111 Lexington av.
Pianos and Musical Instrumenta
EXPERT REPAIRING. ?
1345 AMSTERDAM AV., NEAR 125TH sYtt
?BTEINWAY PIANOLA. BABY. PARLOR
j Grands and Uprights. Mason Hamlln Baby
! Grand and rpright. Grands. UprlgWts. Player
| Pianos lor Sale and Rent. Erck & K!mb?r<
; ?n. 117 East 34th; 374 Columbus Ave. ?.7Sth).
Stoves and Boiler Repairs
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRS?Repair?
furnished to fit any make of stove, range.
! furnace, steam or hot water heater manu?
factured. STOVE REPAIR CORP.. 2*38-23*)
Water st.. corner Beekman. N. #Y. Branch
184 Mulberry st., Newark, N. J.
BARGAINS?New and shop-soiled trunk?,
bags, suitcases, steamer outfits. Thomas
G. Hunt, 830 ?th av. (47th st.1
TYPEWRITERS. $15 UP. RENTING, Re?
pairing. Plate Glass Tops. Check Pro?
tectors. Safes. PHILLIPS. 413 South 4th,
Brooklyn. Stagg 0057.
PUBLIC TYPIST. $1.16 hour: obliging. IS
Park Row. Room 3114. Barclay 8128.
Upholstery- snd Bedding
UPHOLSTERING, interior decorating,
draperies. Formerly with Sherry Phone
Circle 2175. George Rector, 941 Sixth av.
SPRING SUIT BARGAINS ? Whol?ssaler
selling at retail beautiful ladies' suits, all
styles, materials ->-*.d colors. $10.75 up;
coats, newest Stylus, in velours. Bollvlas.
etc.. $.S.75 up. Dorette Garment Co.. 1,1*40
Broadway (near 2Rth ?.
WANTED?HIGH CLASS MAN WITH
some money to take charge and run res?
taurant at the Old Mill. Mattltuck, Long
Island; new building Just erected and at?
tached to Old Mill, opportunity for right
man. Address, with full particulars,
Mattituck, Lortg Island.
WOODWORKING PLANT: HAVE EM*
ployed 35 men in height of season; good
opportunity for a progressive businew man;
plant now operating; Quick action wanted:
will sell at sacrifice. Mundler Corp., 31B
East 75th st.
HOTEL ADIRONDACK. AMONG THE
pines, lake front, ideal location for
camps; accommodates 300; improvements.
Onlv $r,,nao cash required Apply Pine
Tree Tea Room, 28 West 42d st.
GG03) PROPOSITION FOR THOSE WHO
wish t?> invest in a good mechanical
enterprise; only principal need apply.
Writ?? or call A J. Wikander, 47S Dean
PRINTERS?A REAL GOOD PLANT, T
linotypes. I presses, etc.; plenty work.
$20,000 cash, balan?a? ?-asy payments; owner
retiring. Box 125, 217 Seventh ive.
EXCEPTIONALLY FINE PAIR SOLID
bronze doors for refined residence en?
trance: design and workmanship highes*
quality; complete with frame and hiinginr
members) never been uso?l ; poll for $-.500,
can't be dnpllcated for $12.000. F. H. C.
11 W. 36th St. Phone Fitzroy 0636.
ADDING MACHINE. CMECKWRITER.
Room 4?3. 311 Nassau Street.
PURCHASE AND EXCHANGE
WANTED, red mahogany dining table a,tirt
.six chairs, sh? arat?m or H?-pplewhlte.
P 328. Tribune.
. uuuiUn, S6.0A up.
FACTORY REBUILT TYPEWRITERS
Trademarked a'id guaranteed for one year.
American Writing Machine Co.
345 Broadwjy ?t I>onard St. f Tei-Dhon? 5401
20 Eist 23d St. orp. Ma'SiMTi At?. ? Kranlilta
THE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
10 Barclay St. Tel. 4'.Ja Barcia?
TO LET FOR BChlNESS rUKrOSES
2 West 45th St.
Entire 16th Floor
6700 Sq. Feet
Permanent light on all t'.&oo.
Nine year lease.
HARVEY ?. NEWINS, INC.
522 5th Ave., N- Y. C.
Pliono. Vand? rbilt S*M2-?3-4i 5.
WE.STCUESTER COl.NTY REAL ESTATE
Small Country Estate ,
42 acres?In excellent location near
While Plains. Finely la.ndscap?d
grounds. Private lake; summer houses,
outbuildings, etc. I'p-to-date Colonial
Home, i4 rooms, 3 baths, recreation
hall, all modern convenances, b-car ga?
rage, with servants' quarter*?. Owner
atiMO'is to dlspoise of property. Can be
bought at very attractive price and on
terms to be arranged.
GEORGE E. DOOLAN
23 Orawainputu Si , Whit? Piula*. N. T. Tel 5?9
Owner will ??acrlfiae attractive Co?
lonial style Cottage. 12 rooms, 3
baths; acre of Und; garage, Private
Bathing Beach. Immediate posses?
sion, Price $25.0110.
M. MOBGEJiTHA-O JR. CO., Amenta.
209 Broadway. Cortlandt 396?.