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Production of Dress Ginghams
For Spring Ordered in Advanee
Output From October to
March Well Sold and
Allotments Will Be
Made; Gray Goods Active
Wth but a few of the producers of
dress ginghams yet to make their
offerings for spring, the bulk of the
production of these fabrics to be pro
oui.n1 between October and March or
s month later have been ordered by
the jobbers and garment manufac?
turers. The success of the forward
business in ginghams is the outstand-?
ing bright spot in the cotton goods
trade and has given the entire cotton
goods market a more choerful tone
tnan has obtained for some months.
In most of the cases where ging
hrin? for spring have been offered tht*
week the response has been so great
that the possible production of the
mills has been oversold and a revision
of orders will be necessary. Most
buyers expressed a willingness to
double the Quantity allotted to them.
Although most of the gingham pat?
terns arc in choaks. plaids or stripes,
new designs in these have been
broupht out, making the offering for
the next reason one of greater variety
than ever before. Small checks have
ied in the ordering so far, although
some buyers, as evidenced by their
orders, expect popular demand to
swing to stripes. Plaids have had re?
latively small call.
Preparations for the coming spring
season in wash goods generally are re?
flected in the stronger tone in the
pray goods market, where converters
are buying some cloths for printing
and finishing in the next fow months.
The market was particularly active on
sheetings yesterday, and several con?
structions were advanced one-quarter
of a cent a yard. Print cloth prices
were lirm, and it was said to be im?
possible to obtain the standard 64-60,
SS'-i-inch prints for less than 6% cents
a yard for July or August delivery.
The National Credit Office estimates
the loss to bankers on commercial
paper in the last 18 months at
$18,720.000, or less than one-half of
1 per cent on the $4.000,000,000 in?
vested. The bank service department
of the Credit Office asserts that only 89
out of the 8,676 firms whose paper
was sold in the open market have been
forced to seek extensions or other
settlements, and of these 53 either have
paid or will pay the full amount of
their notes. The remaining firms, 36 in
number, are expected to pay about
55 per cent.
I ommercial paper was fairly active
; terday, with rates more indefinite
than the day before because of the low?
ering of the Federal Reserve discount
rate. Some brokers ouotcd 6 per cent
<"or prime paper of short maturity and
from 6',-i to 6Vi per cent for longer
The American. Acceptance Council
quo tod the following discount rates on
prime bankers' acceptances eligible for
purchase by Federal Reserve banks:
Thirty days . 5% hVa
Sixty days. 5% 5Vi
Ninety days . 5"4 5U
?20 days . 5% 5%
Call loans against acceptances, bhi7c
Large Sizes in Men's
Goods Scarce at Retail
Rush Order? on Wholesalers
Result From "Skinning
.An epidemic in the shape of demand
for large sises in men's shoes, hats,
collars, hosiery, underwear and other
accessories has broken out in the East?
ern section of the country. Manufac?
turers and wholesalers of these articles
report that rush orders for large sizes
for immediate shipment have increased
remarkably in the last two weeks and
are now coming in stronger than ever.
The explanation of this, according to
one manufacturer who has studied the
situation, lies in the fact that for some
time retailers have been "skinning
down" their orders by tho elimination
of lar^e sizes, which usually are poor
sellers and which are normally carried
as a convenience to the customer. As
a result, few stores have been stocked
on these larger sizes. Large men have
been compelled to go fram store to
store, .seeking apparel accessories in
their size without much success. As a
result, almost every store has had sev?
eral calls for merchandise in these ex?
tra large sizes. One wholesale shoe
man said yesterday that none of his
customers in New York City had
ordered anything above size 9 in men's |
shoes for fall delivery.
Shoe Prices May Advance
Higher Leather Sets Footwear
Manufacturen to Thinking
Recent .steady advances in the
leather market have given rise to dis
cussior among shoe manufacturers
concerning the advisability or neces?
sity of advancing prices on ahoes for
fall delivery. Rumors in the local
wholesale trade credit several leading
factories with the intention of adding
50 cen? ? a pair to the wholesale price
of Bhoes around September 1. Initial
fall prices, it is explained, were based
by the shoe manufacturers on the
Price of leather as it stood several
The entire shoe trade is up in arms
over the proposed duty on hides and
skin? and plans for a concertod pro?
test against the measure are being
Purchases Increase This Week
Slightly better buying by retailers
than a week ago, but diminished pur
Jhasing by consumers, is reflected in
the weekly renort of merchandising
activities issued by the Credit Clear?
ing House. Purchasing from whole
American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
^vfn-Vrar Six Per Cent Convertible Gold
Bonds, Du? Attirant 1. 1925
Coupons from these Bonds, payable by
their terms on August 1, 1931. at the office
0r ?fency of the Company in New York or
?' BoBton, will bo paid In Now York at tho
?Bkora Trust Company, 1? Wall Street, or
'? Bo?ton at tho Merchant? National Bank,
if. BLAIR-SMITH, Treasurer.
American Telephone & Telegraph Co. I
flTo-Yettr SU Ver Cent Gold Notes
?no February 1, 1024
Coupons from theae Note*, payable by j
th-ir tonns on August X, 1921, at tho office I
?* ?f?bcy of the Company In Now York or
'a B<">t'>n, will be paid in Now York at the
'anker? Trust Company. 16 Wall Street, or
ln Boaton at the Merchants National Bank. ;
______ H. BI.AIK-SMITH. Treasurer
/_FJ DIVIDEND NOTICES
?l nITX >OT]E8TJ?i$ .COMPANY,
??? ,u ,a'd, "' Olrict-.r? have this day
uuon ,rUr"'J * 01 ?-Mond of 2',? ptr <?i?t
t.av"ki_ * common ?took of this company, !
&?___ *? lu offioe on Ausuet ?, nit, to!
book_V'.i I|)nm"?" ?lock of JtecQnd on]
Jgmvt th*Co?ip?ny at tJ?o eloso of bu.si
O. r. QVatUSB. JN?'y. I
Boston Bank Sees
Years of Readjustment
Comjflcte d?flation and n return
to normal -will take years rather
than months, according to the First
National Bank of Boston. In its
New England monthly letter on
business conditions this bank says:
"Midsummer this year is marked
by more than the usual seasonal
sluggishness in business. Frankly,
tho much hoped for revival in trade
has failed to materialize and ex?
pectations of an active fall period
are being expressed by fewer and
fewer people as time goes on. As
the third year since the armistice
approaches its end, it is being recog?
nized more clearly that complete
deflation and a return to normal
conditions arc matters of a number
of years Instead of months, and
that in spite of great and continu?
ing progress toward the goal, tho
complete readjustment of industry
and finance is still far ahead of us.
The most encouraging feature at
present lies in the steady improve?
ment in the bankiri'g situation."
salers and manufacturers increased .1
per cent over the previous week for
the country as a wnole, whereas pay?
ments dropped .2 per cent. Indebted?
ness advanced 2.3 per cent.
The south and middle agricultural
sections supplied most of the aug?
Raw Silk Prices Irregular
Irregularity in local raw silk prices
is reported by H. L. Gwalter & Co.
in their weekly market letter, due to
the lack of assortments in importers
hands, although local stocks have been
increased by recent shipments. The
market in general, says the report, is
quiet, with the demand spotty.
"The Yokohama market is quiet,"
reads the report, "with old season silk
offered at slight concessions. The Can?
ton market is more quiet and the ex?
aggerated demands of reelera have
j checked business."
? ?? ?
London Wool Auction
? LONDON, July 21.? At the wool auc?
tion sales to-day 11,233 bales were
offered. There was a better demand
! with the lower bank rate. Prices were
unaltered. The Continent was an rc
tive buyer. The sales v/ill conclude
Joseph S. Miller, tot tho last three years
connected with A. A. Smith A Son, knit
goods wnolestflers, has joined the staff of
the Federal Knitting Mills.
The Lionel Tracing Cempany, agent for
th? <*Hron and Vigny French perfumes.
has taken space in the perfumery and
toilet articles division o? tho Hugh Ter?
minal Sales Building.
i'ampbell 1*. G. Co.; T. C. Campbell,
general mils?*. : Pennsylvania.
AUGUSTA, g a.
Goldberg's; Joseph Goldberg.; Miss J. B.
<"*,(?Idberir, notions and dry goods; Breslin;
3 W. 29th st.
3. Ferris; S.. Ferris, ladles' ready to
wear and millinery; M. Llchlenstc'n, 25
W. 33d st.
The Hub: Misses Isabel K. Naughton,
millinery: 125 w. 30th st.
W. A. Korb, (loo- coverings; McAlp?n.
Elsenberg's; William Anderson, floor
e?,v, rings, drapery and upholstery; 105
Blum berg Bros Co. ? A. Blumberg, mdse.
mgr. ; 13 Leonard st.
J. It. Pray Sons Co. ; J. Hannaum, car?
pets, upholstery; Aberdeen.
It. ir. White Co.; Miss Goodman, Jewelry
ami silverware; 432 4th av.
Standard Mfg. Co.; J. A. Robinson,
woolen piece goods; McAlpln.
Rosenatool?* C?.? P. Rodgera. floor cov.
eringe, drapery and upholstery; McAlpln.
Greenwood A Sons; I. W. Greenwood,
wall paper; Herald Square.
F. C. Tarr Co.; F. C. Tarr, house fur?
nishings; 11 r,0 Bwny.
Boston Reliable Petticoat Co.; David
Hosenberg, silks, satins and velvets; 200
6th av., room filO.
Filen"'s (upstairs) ; Mr. Bleyle, men's
clothing; 225 5th av.
Gilchrlst <'o. ?upstairs); Miss Mucahy,
Umbrellas; 200 5th av. ??,
Webb Pros.; .). II. Webb, dry goods,
clothing, hats, shoe?;; H. J. Roberts, dry
goods, clothing, hats, shoes; Imperial.
United Cloak *. suit Co.; Mrs. V. Lin
don, dresses: 1170 B'way, .
ni'RMMiTON, N. C.
B. A. Seller's Sons; W. L. Seller, ladles'
wear; T. J. Seltzur, 1182 Broadway.
Fashion Apparel Co.- Belle Horwltj!,
ready to wear; Pennsylvania.
Schwartz Proa.: Sam Schwartz, women's,
misses' and children's ready to wear and
millinery ; Pennsylvania.
Spauldlng Waist Shop; H. Nathan, jobs
fiber and silk sweaters; Frank Frohman,
270 5th av.
Sol Klein; L. H. Neltlerman, mdsj. mgr.,
draperies and rugs; MunaerCo., 370 7th av.
AI,rams Pros.; I. Abrams, dresses and
A. Pick A Co.: L. Herbst, cotton piece
?zoods, flannels, domestics, hotel linens; 25
Hammer A Co.; Mr. Hammer, dresses;
Arthur Mincer, tit; W. 32d st.
John V. Farwsll Co.; B. T. Fogarty,
White goods; 4:: White st.
1. A S. Bins; S. II. Ring, woolen and
cotton piece goods, flannels, domestics,
el Iks, ?fauns, velvets; 215 4th av.
Krause. P.lcderman S? Co.; H. Krause,
cloaks, suits; N. W. Kutzer, cloaks, suits;
203 nth av.
The Ames Co.; C. Mashok, mdse. mgr.;
11C W. 33d st.. ear- of Alfre?l Fantl.
Wolf-Berger Co.; Miss Rummins, ready
to wear; Arthur Mincer, lit! W. 32d st.
COU MIH S, OHIO
Jones, Witter Co.; F. O. Barnes, woolen
and cotton plo'je goods, flannels, domestics,
dry good?-, upholstery, draperies; llerml
Dunn, Tnft A Co.: R. F. Haverfiold, mil
line rv; 4.S W. 35th St.
F. A F. La;:arus Co.; G. Porter, muslin
underwear and aprons, hosiery; 225 5th av.
COKTLAND, >.\ "V.
Boaudry Alleu Co.; O. F. Boautiry, mil
lli eiy and dry goo.is: Breslin.
I. Rudnick M far. Co.: I. D. Llckins,
?i*.?-.n> suits, trousers and boy's clothing;
1123 Bway, room 503,
Baboock Bros.: C. W. Babcock. men's
hats and furnishing goods; Sherman
Kline Cai-nt-nt Co.; Miss B, Taylor,
3 "Klhie Garment tro.; N. McCarthy, petti?
coat?: 404 4th av.
A Krollk Co.: P. Kevine, muslin uuder
w a . Vii'iMrra's wear; 377 B'way, room
J L. Hudson Co.; J. Blvens. silks: 225
Cth a" KLMIRA. N. V.
r j Fianatfan Co.; John Flanagan,
white roods, linens, notlo?n?, ?*ncjf goods
and art gou?ls; 300 Wit*"j^,
EL PASO. TLX.
B. F?rber <*v Pro.; L. F?rber, ready to
wear : Pennsylvania.
FORT SMITH, ARK.
The Pair Store; Alvin S. Tilles, women's
riadv to v.e.?r, Sam Tilles. Piece goods.
m. o's furnlwhtngs and clothing: Pennsyl
Vil"il1' KOKT WORTH. TEX.
?i <; Gilt? it s?':l Cilbort. waists; 117
U :: ! : ' FRESNO, CALIF,
B Gottscinillt A Co.: Mrs. W. Kredo,
fancy goods, h-ces. ribbons. ,.*nbroMleri?ii.
HmmlngH ?no notion?- Mfr* A ***-?!!;
waists llng?*rie, infants wear, lAOlei
?ouslln ?ndslll? underwear; w< ill ? llart
n:...t. 113'V?'. 30th **!
(COUtiB-Ml #t> P8?* OlntjlMD)
Real Estate New
; Crane Estate
In Motor Zone
! Parts With Plot in West 65th
Street, Near Broadway, at
Pr?s e n t Occupied by
22 Individual Garage?
N. A. Berwin & Co. sold to T. Ran?
dolph and Everett Jacobs for the
United States Trust Company an
trustees 37-43 West Sixty-fifth Street,
a plot 100x100, 100 feet east of Broad?
way at Lincoln Square. This property
has been owned by the Crane estate for
over thirty years and has been much
? sought, after by the automobile trade
i for improvement with salesroom and
! service station. There are twenty-two
| individual garages on the property nt
' present under temporary lease.
Dorotha S. Foctzsch sold to Martin i
and Katherine Meyer, 17? West Broad- |
way, a three-story store building,
Rae Dreyer sold to David L. Cohen.
; 35 East Nineteenth Street, a four-story
f store building, 20x92.
i $25,000 a Year Rental
For Store in 42d Street j
Young Brothers leased a store in the |
Hotel Astor Building on Broadway ad- |
! joining the Forty-fourth Street corner i
I for ten vearB, at an annual rental of j
$25,000. Young Brothers will have show ;
! windows in the lobby of the hotel as
! well as on Broadway.
Cushman & Wakefield Inc., leased of
i fices in the new Canadian Pacific Build?
ing, Madison Avenue, Forty-third to
i Forty-fourth Street, to the Betts
I Kauffman Electric and Manufacturing
? A. A. Hageman leased the store at
i 56 West Thirty-sixth Street to Morris
| A. Schwartz foi- the millinery business; |
the store 357 West Thirty-seventh
! Street to Isaac Tuschman and Irving
| Eisinger, who will occupy this store
i in connection with the corner store.
Daniel Birdsall & Co., Inc., rented ?
I the third loft at HI East Fourteenth I
] Street to Margulies, Weinstein ,,&
i Lessor; space at 98 Park Place to
I Samuel H. Feldman.
Hirsch & Friedman leased 12,000
square feet at 1225 Broadway to Cohen
I & Pldclman, jobbers of cloaks and
| Tankoos, Smith & Co., with Carl A.
I Leasenfelt, leased to Frank A. De
l laney, president of the Terminal Elec
j trici'.l Supply Company, the store in
the basement at 9 and 11 New Street.
White-Goodman leased the eleventh
floor at 135 West Twenty-ninth Street
to Kristle, Hyrnnn & Bernstein; the
second loft at 870 Broadway to N. C.
de Marsico; space at 42 East Twenty
third Street to Newman & Landa, and
the* top loft at 154 West Thirty-first
| Street to Horowitz & Cohen.
Sales of Homes in Bronx
Tobias Shapiro sold to Goldie Wolf
the property 84x115 at 953 to 957 Al?
Loretta M. Walsh sold to Grace
Cico]a 562 East 191st Street, a two
story dwelling, 25x90.
Grace M. Home sold to Alice Cop
pin the two-story dwelling, 37.6xl25.6x
irregular, on the south side of 201st
Street, 131.6 feet west of Decatur Avc
Patrick Holland sold the dwelling at
340 East 135th Street for William
Epple to Mary Qninland.
Julie R. Stumpf sold to Isidor Eisen?
stein the two-story dwelling, 25x112.5,
on the south side of 169th Street, 140
feet west of Franklin' Avenue.
The J. L. & L. L. Realty Company
sold to Cosimo Saponaro the two and
a half-story dwelling, 100x104.9, at
the northeast corner of 164th Street
and Morris Avenue.
Daniel McBride sold to Mary Karp
2073 Crotona Avenue, a two-story
Jennie Schaffner sold to Jacques
Wilier the property, 25x100, at 438 East
J. Clarence Davios sold for Annie
Rosenthal to A. Liebman, 1219 Tinton
Avenue, south of 169th Street, a three
family house, 20x110.
Jacob Faber sold to Adam Dersch
1118 Jackson Avenue, a two-story
Business Builders to Occupy
Two Floors in New Home
The Business Builders, Inc., has
leased new quarters in the Knicker- |
bocker Building, comprising 33,000 i
square feet on the twelfth and thir- I
teenth floors, which have been entirely j
rebuilt. Tho space is for executive I
cilices for the Builders and the eight :
organizations it is expanding. There
are nine auditoriums, seating 150 each, j
for lecture and conference rooms.
Former Morris Park Clubhouse !
For Iron Manufacturers ]
The Kingsbridge Iron Works pur?
chased from the Concourse Improve-1
ment Company fourteen lots of the old]
Morris Park Race Track, near Fowler
Avenue, including the clubhouse. The!
purchasers will remodel the clubhouse ?
for the manufacture of ornamental j
To Build at Lawrence
The Thomas A. McWhinney Realty
Company sold for Redmond Keresey j
jr. to Edward Levi, of this city, a plot!
on Lismore Street, Lawrence, L. I. ?
Mr. Levy will erect a dwelling. The
same brokers have rented for Charles !
A. Cort his cottage on Lafayette Place,
Woodmere, L. I., to Leon Birnbaum,
of this city.
$200,000 for Temple Site
The Temple of Israel of Harlem pairt
$200,000 to the Astor estate for the j
site of its proposed home at the south- I
west corner of Amsterdam Avenue and
Ninety-first Street, as shown in the
deeds recorded. The property measures j
100.11 feet on the avenue and 162.6
feet on Ninety-first Street.
$1,250,000 Advance Pledged
To Finance Export Co?on ]
From The. Tribune's Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON, July 21.- The War
Finance Corporation announced torday, !
alter u conference with T. J. Caldwell,
vice-president of the Federal Interna?
tional "Banking Company of New Or- ?
leans, that it had agreed to make an ad- !
vanee of $1,250,000 to ossist in the '
financing of approximately 25,C00 bales ;
of cotton for export. It has Agreed also
to advance to the same bank up to a ,
total f $5.000,000 in the aggregate lo '
j finance, as the business develops, ap
| proximately 100,000 bales of cotton.
General Lowering of Reserve
Rediscount Rates Forecast ?
WASHINGTON, July -I.-? Reductions ;
in Federal Reserve rediscount rutes
| throughout the country generally were |
i indicated to-day by high Administra- j
! tion officials us likely to fellow soon ;
: upon the action of the Reserve banks ?1 ''
? Now York, Boston, Philadelphia and!
I San Francisco, in bringing their rates
down from 6 per cent to 51? per cent.
A favorable reaction in the busineta
situation throughout th?* country, Ad- !
ministration officials * sr.id, could be j
lo*.ked for r.a r wiulfc
Operators and Investors
Figure in Flat Trading
Amsterdam Ave. Corner Apart*
ment Among West Side Sale?;
Buying on East Side
Samuel Kaplan sold for Charles
Wynne and Lewis II. Low the five
story apartment building at the north?
east corner of Amsterdam Avenue and
Ninety-fourth Street, 28.8V4*72 with
suites for ten families, to Daniel W.
Kohn and Maxmilian Winston.
The two seven-story elevator apart?
ment houses at the northwest corner
of Mndison Avenue and 124th Street,
106.11x95, have been bought by the
Soho Realty Corporation from the De
Peyster Realty Company. The seller
allows a mortgage of $125,000 to re?
main on the property above a prior
mortgage of $195,000. The Atlantic
Finance Corporation also advanced a
loan of $8,000. The houses, which are
known as the Cambridge and the Ox?
ford, were acquired by the De Peyster
company in 11)11.
The Central Union Trust Companv;
sold to Mary E. Kelly 505 West Twen- !
tv-third Street, a three-story tenement!
Rudolph Fierabend sold to George J.
Doyle 330 East Seventy-ninth Street, a
four-story tenement, 18.9x102.2.
Bartholomew Lefkovic sold to Rebec?
ca Glanz 301 East Tenth Street, a four
story tenement, 25x94.8.
The estate of Julia D. Dawson sold
to A. Stern the five-story flat, with
stores, 25x100, at 11A East 118th
The Regun Realty Company, Henry
W. Unger president, sold to Lina
Schott, the five-storv double flat,
25x100.11 at 73 East 120th Street. Sam?
uel K ion sky, Inc., was the broker.
Tobias Shapiro sold to Goldie Wolf
151-153 Second Avenue, a six-story flat,
Iaidor Goldsmith sold to Ellen Del-1
mont 1893 First Avenue, a five-story |
store tenement, 25.4x99.6x irregular.
The Lawyers' Mortgage Company sold
to Annie Winograd, 55 Lewis Street, a
four-story tenement with stores, 25x100.
James A. Walsh sold to Dominick J.
Tiemey 101 Water Street, a five-story
store tenement, 19.9x85.
Theater, Flats and Dwellings
Planned for Bronx Sites
The Benenson Realty Company gold
through Alexander Selkin and David
Mintz the block front on the south side
of 180th Street, between Bryant Ave?
nue and Boston Road, consisting of
thirty-four lots. It will be improved
with a theater, stores and apartments
and will involve. $150,000.
Harry Cahn sold to Truzza, Verlin
geri and Baenonzore the plot situated
on the west side of Grand Avenue,
180 feet north of 180th Street, 120x100,
Ernest Damiane was the broker. The
new owners intend to erect six dwell?
Kdward S. Pothemont sold to the
Hudfrins-Stockholm Company the va
vacant plot, 57.9x64.2x irregular, on
tho east side of Southern Boulevard,
119.6 feet south of 141st Street.
The triangular-shaped plot, 13.10x
177.10x202x irregular, at the southeast
corner of 192d Street and Valentine
Avenue, improved with a two-story
dwelling, has been sold by Walter S.
Poor to the Val-King Corporation.
Fifth Ave. Loft Building
Sold at Auction for $138,000
J. J. Schmuckler paid $138,000 at auc?
tion vesterdav for the eight-story store
loft 103 Fifth Avenue, 29.6x80, which
was sold in foreclosure proceedings
by J. H. Mayers. The property was
sold on a mortgage judgment of about
$135,000 obtained by the Seamen's Bank
for Savings against Frank Waller and
others. There wore back taxes of
$1,800 on-the property.
Other auction offerings follow:
Jly James .T. Donovan
Watson ace, n ?, 205 e of Castle ave,
60x108; Church Charity Foundation of
l/mg islanil agi Mary Piles et al; Orml
F. Hibbard. atty: amt due, ?4,976.24;
taxes, ote, $2,585.70; to FVanlt Pupedllupo
By Joseph P. Day
White Plalna rd. n a, 352.7 e of Mace
ave, ] 61.8x30.2x170.2x Irregular; Isabelle
N. Leonard agt American Real ?state Co
et al; Ronald K. Brown, atty; amt due,
$2,070.46; taxes, etc, J?,589.09; to the
plaintiff for $1,000.
Addition for Department
Store Building in Newark
L. Bamberger & Co. awarded the con?
tract for constructing the addition to
its department store on the block
bounded by Market, Washington, Bank
and Halsey streets, Newark, N. J., ac?
cording to Brown's Letters.
Plans . and specifications were pre?
pared by Jarvls Hunt, of Chicago, with
Martin E. Schwab, also of Chicago, as
consulting engineer. The building will
be of steel and terra cotta construction,
nine stories high, and will be built to
match the present structure.
The contrr-.ct for tho addition na3
been awarded to the George A. Fuller
Company, 175 Fifth Avenus.
Banker Buys at Jackson Heights
Two adjoining apartments at Jackson
Heights at 129 Twenty-third Street
have been purchased by W. P. Mitchell,
manager of the securities department
"of the Chase National Bank. The apart?
ments will be combined to provide a
seven room suite. At 137 Twenty
third Street also two adjoining apart?
ments have been purchased by Dr.
George Cumblcr. J. Gordon Peters
bought an apartment at 107 Twenty
second Street, Miss Ella F. O'Brien
an apartment at 144 Twenty-third
Street, and M. E. Casey an apartment
at 120" Twenty-third Street, nojfr occu?
pied by him as a tenant.
New Laboratory Building
For Yale to tost $1,500,000
The Thompson-Starrett Company has
been awarded the contract for con?
structing a new laboratory building at
the Yale College in New Haven, accord?
ing to Brown's Lttters, Inc., Construc?
tion Reports. The building will be one
and three stories high and will cost
approximately $1,500,000. Plans and
specifications were prepared by Delano
& Aldrich, 126 East Thirty-eighth
Private Home Bayern Out
In Many Sections of City
Purchaser Pltmn Kxtensive Al?
terations for house in
West 90ih Street
The Wood-Dohton Company, Inc.,
through its representative, Charles J.
Quinlan, sold for Adele Tabaccini
the four-story dwelling, 20x100, at 11
West Ninelioth Street. The buyer
plans extensive alterations.
George M. Adrian sold for J. P. D.
Molding Company the two three-story
dwellings, ?K'x?S.'j, at 2'M and 236 East
Laurence C. Naughton sold to Chris?
topher J. Musgnive 181 East Forty
fifth Street, a four-story dwelling, 21x
Frederick W, Saucr sold to Annie E.
Worm, the tenant, KJ9 St. Nicholas
Avenue, a four-story dwelling, 20.5x
Jules Nehring, Inc., sold for Frank
P. Schimpf 18 Jiir?el Terrace, a three
story dwelling, 17.6x100, to Dr. John
Grimley, chief surgeon of Columbus
Patrick Holland and the Frederick
Wendell Company sold the three-story
dwelling, 17.6x98.9, at 31 East 126th
?Street, for Catherine O'Donnell to a
?lary F. Watkins sold to Anna H.
il 14 Henderson Place, a three-story
Porter & Co. sold for Elsie M. Frand
sen to Ford T. Dabney the three-story
dwelling 16.*? West 131st Street. The
purchaser was represented by John H.
Mnttie E. Williams sold'to Clinton
It. Moore and Martha A. Washington
320 West 139th Street, a three-story
City Island Homes Sold
Mulvihill & Co. sold for Katie Alvers
the two frame dwellings, 200x100, on
West Carroll Street, City Island. The
purchaser plans alterations.
HEAL ESTATE FOB SALE OK BENT
Lone l stund
Beautiful S-room Colonial.
Corner plot,. 80x100; two baths; garage;
price $16,000; easy terms. F. J. Bachman,
286 Fort Washington Ave.; Tel, Fitz Hoy
NEW HOUK103 AT $6,500 UP
at Borrotfc Heights, br.ilt or stucco and
t**sme ; ?tram, parquet floors, electricity ;
plot? 40x101). Michael Bros, tk Christian?
sen, Muplcwoo?! ?i?d Palirad? av?. Tel*
phone H.tckensact. 633-R.
H-ROOM HOUSE; a" conveniences; 3
baths: plot 375x400; btahln: giirage;
shade; fruit, etc.; $30,000; terms.
EUGENE JOBS-H. V. BICCIC CO.,
Lackawanna Station. Summit, N. ,T.
TO LET FOU BUSINESS FURPOSE8
CORTLANDT ST.?Front office, $60; email
office, $30; desk space, $16; desk space,
$10. Phone Cortlandt 6112.
FOR RENT?I,on? lease, entire 23cl floor
with meT-i-anine, 90 West Street; building
approximately 8,000 square feet. Apply
C. F. French, Room 2309, 00 West Street.
OFFICE and desk space available; stenog?
rapher and telephone. Cortlandt 3105.
APARTMENTS TO LET?FURNISHED
FIFTIES, near 5th av., beautifully fur?
nished apartment; living room, bedroom,
kitchen, bath; reasonable; references.
WESTCHE8TER COUNTY REAL ESTATE
POKT CHESTER, N. V.
45 Minutes?Express Service.
*Vo. 2?Well hullt home, corner plot. 148x
103; 12 large rooms and i! baths; all Im?
provements; attractive porches around
the house, with awnings; lawn?, well
?.?haded. $30,000: terms.
j-rt. a?Heal good buy; worth $35,000; will
sell for $21,000; 12 rooms, ;i baths; tine
garage for 2 cars; heated; one of the
best sections; ideul in every respeoti
No. 1?A Bream of a Bom?*; 0 rooms, tiled
ball?: steam ln*at and other modern Im?
provements; grand view of tne sound
for mile3. $15,000; terms.
3S*o. 10?A Real Charming Home; 10 rooms
and bath; steam heat; electric light and
other modern Improvements ; high ole.
vatlon; garage, with man's quartern;
plot 50x200. $ir.,00O; terms.
No. 11?Ideal In Every RPNpect; 8 rooms,
bath; steam heal; hardwood trim;
one of the highest points: plot 50x200.
2-car garage; shade; some fruit. $15,000;
No. IS?Gem; near Golf Club; 0 rooms;
bath; b?*st water; heat; all improve?
ments; closets in each room; cold stor?
age; 4 years old; 2-ear garage; plot
50x120. $14,000; terms.
No. 4?2-fu.mil.v Duplex Stucco; fl rooms;
bath on each side, with separate en?
trance; all modern improvements; will
appeal on first sight; it's worth the
price. $20,000; i^rms.
No. 5?Colonial Hldge; beautiful; 7 rooms;
bath; steam heat; all improvements',
higli ground; fine wide street; shade and
lawns; plot 75x150, $10,000; terms.
Location of refinement; 'i acre; 11 rooms:
2 baths; all improvements; plenty of
fruit anil shade; garagu for 2- cars.
AUSTIN ? MERRITT, Inc.
108-10 WESTCnESTER AVE.
Tel. 140 Port Chester, N. Y.
LONG ISLAND REAL ESTATE
ALONG THE SOUTH SHORE
Desirable Properties for Sale or Rent.
JEREMlAII ROBBENS, Babylon. L. I.
CONNECTICLT REAL ESTATE^ "
LADD & NICHOLS
Greenwich, Conn. 15 East 54th St., N. Y.
Tel. 1717. Plaza 1125.
FACTORY PROPERTY SALE OR TO LET
Building and Permanent Loans on
Dwellings ami Apartment and
* Business Bulldingi.
WOOD, DOLSON CO., Inc.
341 broadway. rector 7554.
5beal estate brokers
?BUSINESS |*fej??S ?R0PmT?
Jf^Pil SALEORREHT CjA^Bj
J^rfSStr?tty Yourself a Ho?Rezf"^
L.ARCHMONT GARDENS ? Two new
house?, all modern Improvements, plot
76x100. One house 1ih3 7 rooms, 2 balhs,
:?:' garage; other has 8 rooms, s baths,
sleeping porch, sun porch and garace.
Prices SI 7.500 ?nd $20.00.). Also large 10
rooia houre ;<i Bye N?k, with 'S acres of
grpund. private bathing privilege. For in?
formation call owner, l.archsnont 67$ or
Vvatkl&a 5651. ,
OX COOL HIM.ToP Sound view, 9 rooms,
j? a i electricity, excellent hot water heat;
garage; quarter acre; shrubbery, shade
traes and 1." bearlnr fruit trees; Imme?
diate poi esaion) price $12,500. Terms.
3D lliiWrest Ave, Phone l.arch. 23?. ?
X"w 7-room house delightfully- situated,
httfh grounds, fine view, shade; 5 minutes
twi? sralinns. 1 minute tro!l?y, school?.
ohurches, stores: $15,000; terms.
J. I rjUANIGAM, Tel. Yo.i?ers 103S-R.
TAK UV TOWN
FOR SALE?14-room brick house, all im?
provement?, real walnut and mahogany
finish. old Encll.sa bookcases. Colonial
staircase, drawing rotfin. dining room;
library 18x80; beveled ceilings; "Grand
View Hudson River"; doubl.) verandas.
Sleeping porofl; large ?ot ; house could not
be built for less than 150,000. WILL HEtX
FUR $25.000, or WOULD RENT for $200
month. Mrs. Relnberg; 11 Woodland Ave.,
Tarrytown, N. Y. Phone 88 Tarrytown.
UNFURNISHED HOUSES from $100 up
in excellent location?! f'etham, New R?>
chelie, Larchmont. Rve Drummond 17 East
13d St? Tel. Mu.-ny Hill 733* New BO?
DO YOU REAI.I.Y WANT A BARGAIN T
Finest residential park; 12 rooms, 3
baths; hi acre pi groahrl. Asking price
S20.000. M*k***otler. Mr??. Bdmaa?! W.
Bodlae, it. Main St? .%'??? ?: helta. X. V.
. Ii pbc ..v Ncj- L.? he! . v ; .
TO LES' FOU DIMNESS PURPOSES
1,600 SQ. FT.
(South Ferry Building)
Present Rental $3,000
(Le?s Than $2 5q. Ft.)
Tenant Will Give Over Lease
International Commerce Building
Water, Moore & Front Sts.,
Tel. Bowling Green 750!.
2d loft of 5,600 square
feet gross on 5th Ave.,
below 34th Street, is
available at once; light
on 3 sides; low rent.
522 5th Ave. Vand. 7557
19 W. 34th St.
30-32 WEST 35TH ST.
(Bedell Building: 50x200)
Light LoftS f?r
Offices or Show Rooms
fth and 8th floors. Light on four
sides. Sprinkler system. Will divide.
Apply on premises or yoirr own broker.
18-22 W. !8lh St., Thru to W. 17ih St.
STVNO F1 75 x 200. Good
1 UKL..L-*- HighCeil
i n g . 1* ?reproor
Building. 100% Sprinkler. Rear Shij>
,-xng. Baiemcnt if desire?!. Immediate
possession. Will divide.
Apply on promises of Bedell Real Estate
Eept., ID W. 21th St.. or your broker.
NEW JERSEY REAL ESTATE
It's Time to Look Now!
To Qet the Best Bargains
$1,7i>0 SECTORES TITLE TO THIS SER
VANTLEiS.S HOUSE, WITH GARAGE, t>al
ancfi of ?7,200 on easy torm mortgages,
which can bo paid off in a few years as
you now pay rent. Plot 100 ft. x 154 ft.
Permanent home; everything modern and
ready for occupancy at above price; no
extras; steam heat, parquet, floors, beauti?
fully decorated insklo and out. Select,
strictly residential neighborhood. Water
sports, golf, country club, schools,
Churches, markets. Nearly 1,000 feet ele?
vation; no mosquitoes. Big living room,
with huge open fireplace. So servants
needed: electrically equipped throughout.
Including electric rango, vacuum cleaner,
washer, electric lights and base plugs.
Balance, after initial payment, can be paid
up with less money than you will wast? in
rent the next fevr years. Investigate. P. t>.
WORCESTER, Suite 1.112, 170 Broadway,
H0MESITES AT HALF PRICE
WITHOUT LIMIT OR RESERVE
SENSATIONAL TWO DAY RALE
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
Every Remaining Lot at
''Brighlacres" pleaF?nt Ave_ Ridgewood, N. J.
Will absolutely be Per
sold lo win,I up Q?"t Of? Eot
Companies' holdings Zft I ,"Jrf EASY
while they last for Txt*-V TERMS
There are no strings to this offer?evory lot i
goes-=-nrst come, first choice. You never
will have another chance to buy choice
residence lota In healthful Ridgewood at
those sacrifice prices. Come out Saturday
and Sunday, Buy two or more lots be?
fore It's too late.
HOW TO REACH THE PROPERTY:
Ridgewood Is on the Main Line, Erie R. R.
From station by auto bus out Ridgewood
Ave., to North Pleasant, to? property.
TITLE GUARANTEED. Free Transporta?
tion to out-of-tow? buyers. Salesmen on
property Saturday and .Sunday, or write.
E. M. CLEVELAND, Agent,
232 Market St. Ph.9445 Market. Nowark.N.J.
T$pE HERLITZ SCHOOL
Manhattan: 30 West 31th Street
Brooklyn: 218 Livingston Street
REDUCED SUMMER RATES
r HA I I "t?rlal t'r
I iww i tlon g,
62 Weit 45ti-| Strati, See*
trslni.ig; lndirldu?! Instnie- i
Summir rites. StuclcnU I
under sixteen net admitted.
C37 MADISON AV2. !
Cor 59th SI. ?PHMjk j
ffs guarantee to teach job t? !
.iance (II til? latest moilfr?
dar???>?' quickly and ?tr??*tljr j
10 LESSENS $8 :
Uli VATE LKS31-N8
without Afroi^ntmst ?
1? A H TO 11 r. U.
S U.M SIONS j
?SUPREME COURT, STATE OF NEW;
York, County of New Yorlt?EDMUND i
O. GRAINGBR, Plaintiff, against KING ;
W. VTDOR, Defendant. Summons.
r?> THE AiiOVK-NAMEU DEFENDANT: ;
V?. ?? * ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to
answer to the complaint in this actkn, and j
to serve a copy of your answer on the I
plaintiff's attorney within twenty days :
after the service of this Summons, exclu?
sive of the da/ of service, ?mi in case of I
your failure to appear, or answer, judg?
ment will be taken agsiimt you hy (ie
fttult for the relief demanded in the com- '
Dated, New York, June 1st, 1921.
SAMUEL I). SHWiTZSR,
Plaintiff's Attorney, Office and Post Of- I
lie?, Aii?iresa, 1S33 Broadway, N?w
TO KIN?; W. VIDOR. the above-named ?
The foregoing summons la served upon ]
you by publication pursuant to an order of
ii, n. Thns. IP, Donnelly, a Justice of the
Supreme Court of the State of New York ,
dated the :iOth day of June. 1921. and
flled 'vi'-h the ?omplalnt In the oiflc? of
the Clerh of. the County of New tork at
ih<> County Court House in the Borough
,,f Manhattan, City. County mid State of
Dated, New York. June 30. 1921.
SAMUEL D. SirWlTZER
Attorney ta* Plaintiff Office and Post
Off!? i Aadress. Ki:?9 Rr-vii??;. -nor*?
ougn of Manhattan, City of New ?'ork.
[Tribune Classified Advertising
LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS _
loht?Wednesday evening vicinity i entrai
Park West, 72d si. and Broadway ??- on
5th av. bus No. 5. diamond bur pin, plat?
inum and gold setting. Kinder will be re?
warded by returning to C. M. Groirrer, 2 >v .
tiTth ?t. _
LOST?On July 20 brindie Boston bulldog;
half white collar; docked tail ;/answers
to name of Jerry. Liberal reward if re?
turned to H. R. Howard, 2281 Lorlng
Place, University Heights, city.
LOST?Bankbock No. 771,762 of the Union
Dime Savings Bank is missing. Any
person having a claim to it Ib hereby called
upon to present the um? within ten day?
or submit to having said pas;,book can?
celed and a new one issued.
LOST?Bankbook No. 673.507 of the Union
Dime Saving? Bunk is miselng. Any
person having a claim to it is hereby called
upon to present the samo within ten day?
or submit to having said passbook can?
celed and a new one Issued.
LOST?Bankbook No. 27?. 16?, The Hew
York Savings Bank. Payments stopped.
Finder please return to bank._^^^^_^
DESIRABLE rooms, excellent cuisine. In
the heart of the Berkshires, short dis?
tance from golf ?inks and center of town;
exclusive. Address P. O. Box 198, Great
HELP WANTED FEMALE_
COOK wanted tn a Jewi?h boarding house.
Call ready for work, Lowy's Seabreeze
P.estaurant. Seabreeze av., cor. 6th st..
HELP WANTED MALE
JAPANESE?Refined couple as domestic
helpers, cook and maid, or chauffeur
and waitress; references. Agency, 108 \V.
46th St. Telephone Bryant 7787._
WE OFFER PERMANENT EMPLOY?
MENT TO COMPETENT DRrVBRS
AND CHAUFFEURS UPON THE FOL?
LOWING TERMS TO FILL THE VA?
CANCIES OCCASIONED BY THE
WITHDRAWAL OF MEMBERS OF THE
TEAMSTERS' UNION FROM OUR EM?
LEAGUE OF METROPOLITAN
MERCHANTS OF NEW YORK CITY.
WAGES PAlCv-fl-HOUR DAY.
6-TON AUTO. I3?.0O
6-TON AUTO. 31.00
4-TON AUTO. 30.00
3-TON AUTO. .29.00
2-TON AUTO. ?8.00
*> 1-TON AUTO. 27.00
2-HOR8B TRUCK. 27.00
1-HORSE TRUCK. 35.00
1-HORSB WAGON _ 24.00
APPLY FOR POSITION AT
AUSTIN. NICHOLS ? CO.,
North 3rd St. & Berry St., Brooklyn.
W. B. A. J?RGENS,
33 Grand Avenue, Brooklyn.
183 Perry St., New York City.
FRANCIS H. LEGGETT & CO.,
2 Congress St.. New York City.
R. C, WILLIAMS _ CO.,
?II Washington St., New York City.
365 Water St., New York City.
JOHN _. SILLS & SONS.
S7th St. _ North River, New York City.
CHARLES & CO.,
10S East 41st St., New York City.
METN wanted to operate moving picture
machines in theaters; wo teach you days
or evenings American Theater Building.
644 8th Ave. (42d). Bryant 1519.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
CHAMBERMAID - WAITRESS and cook:
young Irish girl; excellent long city ref?
erences. N.. Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10
East 43d st., 3d floor. Telephone 8947
CHAMBERMAID or chambermaid - wait?
ress; very capable young Irish girl; ex?
cellent references. L., Miss Hofmayer's
Agency, 10 East 43d st.. 3d floor. Tele?
phone 8947 Murray Hill. '
COOK?Young Irish woman, with or with?
out kitchen maid; excellent four years'
reference. O.. Miss Hofmayer's Agency.
10 East 43d St., 3d floor; telephone 8947
COOK?Young Scotch woman, equal to
chef; $90-$100; excellent two years' ref?
erence. P., M la? Hofmayer's Agency, 10
East 43d st., 3d floor. Telephone S047 Mur?
COOK?Young, good -nanager; excellent
reference. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau,
366 5th av.
GOVERNESS, English; first class; any?
where; $70; splendid references. Miss
Shea's Agency, 6 E. 41st St. Murray HiU
NURSE ? English Protestant; hospital
trained; excellent. Miss Fitzgerald's
Bureau, 366 5th av.
NoR.SB?Toung, 2 children; excellent ref?
erences. Miss Fitzgerald's Hureau, 366
6 th av.
WAITRESS ?Equal to butler; excellent
three years' reference; $65-$70. M., Miss
Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East 4 3d st., 3d
floor; telephone 8947 Murray Hill.
WAITRESS?Young, thoroughly capable;
excellent references. Miss Fitzgerald's
Bureau, 306 5th av.
KINDEROARTENER wishes afternoon em?
ployment; university graduate; Christian;
also tutoring and socretarial work. Scott,
429 West 117th St.
USEFUL MAID ? Young, Inexperienced:
willing. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau, 366
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
COUPLE, English; newly arrived; entire
work of household; 1100. Miss Shea's
Agency, ? E. 41at St. Murray Hill 6774.
JAPANESE?200 domestic woraors; high
class. Acency, 106 West ?etn. Bryant
PORTER or butler, colored, personal ref?
erencia; good steady man. Phone Har?
ACCOUNTANT?Part time service; books
opened, ke;jt. closed; financial statements
rendered; reasonable rate?. L 610, Tribune.
ACCOUNTANT, expert, audits, systema?
tizes books; regular intervals. Dixie.
112 Eatt mh Street.
GENERAL KALKS MANAGER-$12,000.
L 50?. TRIBUNE.
OFFICE manager, accountant, executive,
typist, many years' business experience,
ag" :?5, desires good business connuctions
anywhere. L 594. Tribune.
BAL ES M a N A G i R?Long and successful
experience in handling saiegmen calling
on all kinds of retail tfcadc, desires connec?
tion with large corpuiation that will appre
riate m.idern methods. L SOS, Tribune.
ANDE ?IS?K. ?L?Z?BBTH ~ ?H LBaN'K^
in pursuance o? an order of Honorable
Jonn P. i.oha'an, a Surrogate of th*
Count v of New York, NOTICE is hereby
t'ven to ail persons havj.jg claims ajsamst
ELIZABETH MILBA.VX ANDERSON
?ate >?f tilt County of New Yorii deceased
to present the sama, with voucheij theieof'
to the subscribers, at their place of tran?^
acting business at the offic? of Arthur
H. Mnsten. their attorney, at No. 49 Wall
Ntrttt, in the Borough of Manhattan, In
the City of New York. .Svate ot New '.'ork
on or beiore the 2?tl> day ot ?entemoar
Dated. New Torn, the lSth day of
ALBERT G. MU.BANK.
/ GEORGE L. WBKHOLS.
EDWARD W. SHELDON.
ARTHUR H. MASTEN.
1 Attorney for Executors. Office ST'? P O
t.ddro!?. o Wail Sire*'. ;?? -.? tgn ci
Manhattan. ?N'ow ?for? Cu>.
Diamond?. Jewelry, Etc.
DIAMONDS bought ana sold for c??h trar%
individuals or estates. BB.VMEfT. 17?
Bread way, id ?oov
WE PAY highest prices for fumlH?*,
piano.*?, antiques, bric-a-brac, books, art,
etc. GABAY, 88 University Place. 8tu>
SPECIAL SALE?7?en's second-hand *?!?
ter suit? and overcoats. $6.80 at?. D.
Gottlieb. 1J? Ludlow St.. Tel. Orchard 1J9?.
CASH for postape, stamps, unused, ustdi
ceilectloDs. Elite Stamp Inc.. 1482 B'Wf.y.
BARGAINS?New and ?hop-soiled trank?,
bag!", suitcase?, steamer outfits. Thomas
G. Hunt, 830 6th Ave. (47th St.)
Three months. $6.60 up.
American Writing Machine Co.. Ino,
346 Broadway, at Leonard st. Tel. 6498
L'O E. 23d st.. opp. Madison av. Franklin
THE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE.
10 Barclay s? Telephone 4733 Biirolay
FOR SALE?Beautiful confectionery ?tort
in California ?loing large business. Ill
health reason for selling, or will take
partner. Address Mrs. Allegretti, former;y
of Chicago and New York. 44 South Cali?
fornia Street, Stockton, California.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the Eastern Diviwon
of the Eastern District of Missouri.- PU Y ?
NAM-HOOKER COMPANY. Plaintiff, vs.
STAR CLOTHING MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, et al.. Defendant?. No. M89.
ORDER WITH RESPECT TO CLAIMS.
This cause came on to be heard upen the
petition or receivers filed herein, *ad on
consideration thereof, it is ordered thai a!l
persons, tirrns, associations, or corpora t?o- :r.
having claim? or demands against the de?
fendants. Star Clothing Manufacturing
Company and James A. H ouch in, or either
of them, or having or asserting any ill!?
to. or lien against, or equitable interest In,
any of the property committed to the pos?
session of the said receivers, or the pro?
ceeds or income thereof, are required on
or before the 1st day of September, 192:.
under penalty of hereafter having said
claims disallowed in the di *en41t>8 of t*?o
Court, t? file th? sajae with Heneon M.
Stephens and Robert G. Morris, recelrers
herein, at number 1145 South Broauwa>
St. Louis, Missouri, which : aid claims or
demands shall b? supported by affidavit
and shall set out the amounts of mich
claims, the dates of maturity thereof, tho
interest charges thereon, if any. compute. I
to March 10, 1921, the consideration therc
for, and if such claim? are evidenced by
or arose from any contracts or promises
in writing, they shall b? supported by veri?
fied copies thereof, and all cla.ims shall >-? ?
out the amount *n?i nature of any pri?
ority or security or lien held or claimed by
the claimant, and also any claim to pref?
erence in payment from the assets m the
hands of the receivers or their earnings
therefrom prior to the claims of general
It is further ordered that tho eald re?
ceivers shall within five days hereafter
publish a copy of this order in a newspaper
published and of general circulation In St.
Louis, Missouri, and in a newspaper pub
lishod and of general eir---'>-( -
York City. New York, and shall make rich
publication once eacn *???... ._, ,
secutive week?. including the fir.?.
they ?hall also deposit in tho United Stale*
malls, postage prepaid, a copy of this
order, addressed to each creditor of and
claimant against the Star Clothing Manu?
facturing Company and of James A.
Houchln, or either of them, who appears
as a creditor on the books of the Star
Clothing Manufacturing Company and of
Jame? A. Houchln, or of either of them.
It is ordered that ?aid receivers shall an
soon as they conveniently can after Hie
isth day of Augu.'i. 1S81, report to the
Court a list of all such claims as m?v
have been presented to them pursuant to
this order, and shali file with said report
all papers filed with them in connection
with said claims, and shall at th?, s?u.->
time flic with tile Court their objection?, if
any, to the allowance in whole or in part
of any claim so filed with them.
it is further ordered that any claimant
or creditor of the _tax Clothing Manu?
facturing Company an.l of James A.
Houchln. or either of them, may at any
time prior to the 1st day of Septembt-r
ifl21, file with the Court his objection to
t lie allowance, in whole or in part, of
the claim of any other claimant or ere i
itor. and that any objection ? not. filed
within surh time may be disallowed in the
discretion of the Court.
This lsth day of July, 1921
[Signed) MARTIN J. WADE,
SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF N_W
York. CHARLES M. KIRBY, as
executor of the last Will and Testament of
RICHARD B. RAPELYE. Plaintiff, against
OAKLEY WEEKS and OPHELIA WEEKS,
IN PURSUANCE OF A JUDGMENT of
foreclosure and sale duly made and en?
tered in the above entitled action and
bearing dato the twentieth day of Octo?
ber, 1530 I. the undersigned, the Referen
In raid judgment named, will sell at publia
auction at tho Exchange Salesroom. No?.
14-16 Vesey Street, in the Borough of Man?
hattan of tin? City it New York, on the
eighth day ot August, 1921, at twelve
o'clock M., on that day by I. Lincoln Seid?
Company, auctioneers, the premises di?
rected by sal?! judgment to be sold arid
therein .described as follows: ALL that
certain lot of land with the building there
mi erected situated lying and being in th?
Borough of Manhattan of the City of New
York ami bounded ana containing as fol?
lows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point on th?
northerly side of One hundred and thirty
fourth Street distant three hundred and
forty-seven feel six Inches easterly from
the northeasterly corner of Lenox (forrnerlv
sixth) Avenue, and One hundred ami
thirty-fourth Street, running thence east?
erly along the northerly side of Une
hundred and thirty-fourth Street eighteen
feet nine inches, thence, northerly parallel
with Lenox Avenue ninety-nine feet eleven
inches to Ute middle line of the block;
thence westerly along such middle lino and
parallel with tjno hundred *>nd uliirt.
tourth Str.-et eighteen tarnt nine Inches and
thence southerly parallel with Lenox Ave?
nue ninety-nine feet eleven inches to th->
point or place of beginning; both the side
walls of said building being party wail?
Dated New York, July ?th, 1&21.
SAMUEL RIKER, JR., Attorney for
Plaintiff, 19 Cedar Street, New York
The following la a diagram o? the
property to be sold; it? street number is
59 West 134th Street.
The approximate amount of the Men or
charge to .satisfy which the above described
property Is to be sold Is Seven thousand
six hundr.-d seventy-five dollars and slxf.
n.ne cents, with interest thereon from t??.
sixth day of October. vr?? tie?., ?eve ;
hundred dollar? paid on account thereof)
t'lifietm-r with tiie lotsTj and alls want*
amounting to Three hundred eleven dollar?
?0th October. i?M, t.,_?u?r with tho ex
penses ut the sale,
The approximate amount of the tases
w^eW?*".*"*? VY;r r?W*' or "ther Met.,
X?. ? M* l0 b" -!l ' ????-"' to ,!": purchaser
Pf'te?ree ?" ******** ?<??y or paid by lh?
??r. _L. '."> ,] ?"_ "U!1^'?='! --V?- :i:,-UVO ?ul
?_E_ v.>rt3';f"Ur ???* M4 iMerost
Dated N*w ior_, Juiy 8th, 1831
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS NO
^ ? for the County of Philadelphia. March
? /????.2,0' No- '"-? J" '-??-??-ce. HULDA
R. l.EKGH vs. TOBIAS B. BERUH
; Jo 'Ioblas II Bergh. late of 22? Wert ***
Street, New York City. Responds?*.
? .ou will please take nolle? that 1 have
beep appointed Master by the Court In th?
?se, in which yo'jr wife. Huida It.
I Bergh, ha* brought suit against yc.u for
? ansotute divorce on the ground* of Cjrool
and Barbarous Treatment, Indignities and
Desertion, and that l will hold a meeting
| for the purpose of taking testimony ta m ??
: tase, at :i?> office, ??!?? Land Title Building.
Philadelphia, on Friday. July ?9th. M_i,
. .u i o'clock P M.. wlie? and wher* yod
; may attend with witnesses if you ?o
JOSIAH H. MARVIS. Master.
office ot us* Quartermaster as_s*_t
Munition* Bids.. Washington. D 0 ?
3eaied Proposal?? in triplicate win b* re?
ceived here ur.;i| eleven A. M . August ?
' * ill be public ?
? ?>'"' ???? ? : \ . i oMr*. ?"
. I ?. Lifoitnatio.