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Close Hockey
Game Captured
By Brooklyn
Ail-Manhattans Score First,
but Then Weaken?Fyfe
Prays Brilliantly
Urooklyn hockc> team went.
r into th ?lead in the interbor
, -j, league : cries last night by de?
feating the all-Manhaj.tan seven by a
score of 5 goals to 4 in an evenly played
mune at the Brooklyn Ice Palace.
Brooklyn now leads, with three vic
-.4 o defeat -.
attan was the first to score lasl
night, Bert White caging the puck five
minutes after the whistle Mew, on k\
clean shot. Hut this drawing of first'
blood onl> served to put the Brooklyn
team on its mettle, and for the re?
mainder of the first period the men
?'rom the wrong end of the bridge Kept
up ? continuous bombardment of the
. ; n cage, scoring four goals at
short inten als,
Fyfe, the Brooklyn left wing, tallied
ttrice on passes ''rom O'Rourke and
:;," | . | . : ; ? choolboy centre, and
mad< a beautiful pass to Kennedy, who
slammed home another goal, O'Rourke
? ?i iwti the ice for another
Brool ' i tally, and the half ? nded with
the score at 4 to 1 for Brooklyn.
; ivc -.. ut< a after 1 he second half
began i " O'Keefc, of Cue Mar,
hattans, -cored on a pretty short thirty
cage. O'Rourke tallied
again for Brooklyn from a scrimmage,
then i ? Castlcman, on passes
from Lieutenant O'Kecfe and White,
made two more goals for Manhattan.
This ended the scoring, although both
ied desperately in the last seven
minutes of play to get the puck home.
The line-up follows:
a Brooklyn (5). Position. AU-Manhattan (H),
! -.;.?.G. r Una
Kei '? .i' . Whlto
- reff ... .C. I*.. Brltton
:?. ;.C.C-stleman
Fyi. . .L. W. ',:.?.
?'K?Kir!i9.R.W.... Ueut uitO'Keefo
.. it .-? -? ? White, alono, 5:15; Kern ?.ij
Fyfe, 8:10 ; Fyfe, pas ' m I I'Ro irl t?,
o, pa ? - ?-. :; :. : i. O'ft? urk a . .
S . 1<- ...? -?-. . , : Llau : Ml
alono, I O'Kourko, fn Bi-rliui
' tleman, pass fioni Ue ? . i- K ? ??-.
pass fi WTilte, - ?
tly; ?' 1 ,- Ii foi t .[ .
Kefi .'. m itl Hi.--.- ??
? ? B. I '.;: ah, 'r. - ? I1 ... ..' : T
Hi ? ?? , ? -. - , i ib. Timo of
E ? '
High Jump Champion
An All-Around Athlete
? ton Lar en, nat : jump
m on, ] roved as pr ificii I
othei ? vents in a set of games i eni
ly held at thi i p, at Waco,
Tes Accori ing to Lew Merz, late
of the M 4.: - Athlel c Clul , who is
als? - the ??'outhe-:'' ca np, tl former
Bi gham Young athlete captured the
100 : ard dash, running broad jump and
running high jump, in an athletic meet
b( : ween the divi Idiers.
In the jumping contest, Larsen
scaled- the cross-piece at six feet on
his first trial Larsen is counted upon
as a comp< itor in the nation.;'.! indoor
Kiimcs s-] o .' 1 he still be in thia coun?
try on March !?'. when the gam
d 4 ..
Penn Mermen to Meet
C. C. N. Y. Teams To-night
liversity of Pennsylvania's.
ter po'.o teams will
i vi ning ;:' the City
Penn is a st rong con
li . '"? ? -, ip I onors in the
'?'. V. ha i faih d to win a league
meet thu les a t riumph
f-jr tin ? sitoi . . .i ? ? i !ollege m "r
i Columbia,
?.ucker Leads Field
In Clark House Run
of tl e < lurk House A. A.,
.vol : :e road run of his club
' n nd-a-half-mile course in
? nut 56 : econd -, from a field
? P ' fti night.
W. < baiken, a cluhmate. was second,
? 28 minutes flat, and M. Weinfeld,
? inga ? ount* A. A., third, in 28:06.
? e last workout for the big
handicap road race to be held by the
lloue? '..A. to-morrow.
Central League in Doubt
EVANSVILLE, rnd., hen. 20.?Harry
Stahlhefcr, preside::: of the Central
League, ? stated that he had ;
??'?ale-i owner-- of clubs in the league
t thej would attend ;? meeting of
the ? entrai League in Indianapolis on
M*rch ':- lie said no specific call for
? i Meeting had been issued and that
unless a majority of the owners con-?
nted to it, no call would be issued.
-. object of the meeting is to do?
it whether or not the league shall
????- ( he coming season.
Havana Results
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i ;?.!.-ii. ill (Collins), 5 to 1, :: to i o'.,
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s ?o ?, third. Timo, 1 12 2-5. Oti -v Wavering,
Kegi?M?, AX tlinl-.Hi. lloneycut, Carlaveroeb and
Any j'.Isli ?,: o an
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l;|,l m,- (lovr, Hi./. Primero, Ruriiey Kurncy,
'-',,"-n '/Am. i. c ?--. lew and Captain March
? .... ? also ran,
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and ..,-.. and flfty ? ?irri-i
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Slitli race I tl ri yea olds ai i u] ?-? ard; clalm
.- purse $100; olio inn? and twonty yards!?El
(Hi ard), .- to l, s to ., I to 5.
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n Ing . ; ..
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? 104; lOrcsti -, 113 fOl ; Miss 113'
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Fans Sympathize With
Wagner in Baby's Death
PITTSBURGH, Feb. 20.?The sym?
pathies of baseball fans arc being ex?
tended to Hans Wagner, the great bnll
player, in the death n few hours after
birth of his baby, which occurred a
tew days ago and which the. moilest
Dutchman wanted to keep all to him?
self. Ho has turned his attention to
other lines, and last night, enrolled his
name as one of the Lour Minute War
Orators for the Carnegie Chamber of
Commerce.
Reiner Wins Skating
Race by One Foot
Irving Keiner, of Xho St. Nicholas
Skating Club, won a scnsatiotial victory
in the one-mile scratch skating race at
the Newark Ice Palace last night. He
won by one foot from William Boebo,
Long Branch, with Henry Wooley third,
William Taylor, of the New York
Athletic Club, who also started, fell
three laps from home. The. winner's
time for the 20-lap track was $:38.
French Will Till
Farms This Year
With U. S. Tools
Purchasing Agent Here
Seeking Implements for
Projected Bumper Crop
A project for shipping to France
large suplios of ?American farm imple?
ments to increase grain cultivation,
and thereby reduce correspondingly the
tonnage of food exports from this
country, is being worked out by a syn?
dicate of importers in Paris, cooperat?
ing with tlie French Department of
Agriculture.
Hugh Reid Griffin, vice-president of;
the American Chamber of Commerce
in Paris, recently arrived in New York i
to deal in this connection with the:
International Harvester Company, the
Molino Plough Company, the J. I. Case, j
Threshing Machine Company, all
American concerns; the Massey-Harris
Company, of Toronto, and other farm
ma chine ry i n a nuf act u re rs.
Mr. Grifiin, who is a retired manu?
facturer of farm implements, says that
if France can he supplied with trac?
tors for ploughing, and mowers, grain
reapers and hinders for use in bothj
franco and her African colonies, it will
mean a great economic saving for the
Allied cause.
Quoting from official figures given i
him by M. Boret, French Minister of
Agriculture, Mr. Griffin declares that
France this year will have at. Ieast20
per cent more land under cultiva!.ion
heal and other grains than last
year, when the grain acreage was 4,
??25,000 hectares, a hectare being'
equivalent to about two and one-quar?
ter acres. The yield of grain last year;
was 39,250,000 quint?is, as compared
with 97,750,000 ??uintels in 1909, when,
there were 6,500,000 hectares planted in
grain,
.Mr. Griffin said that the project of
exporting .sufficient farm machinery .
to 1- ranee had the enthusiastic approval
of General Pershing, and was being;
vigorously pushed by Commissioner.
Andre Tardieu.
"Now, all we need to get the ma?
chinery over to Fral.ee is bottoms,"!
said Mr. (?riflin. "and that is what. [
am here to procure. The implement:
corporations are asking no favors from
the American or French government.
They will finance the matter, '["here
are binders, reapers, ploughs, mowers
and thrashing machines piled up in
New York and other Atlantic terminals,
where they have been lying since last
?"(-toi,er, but '.ve i.ave not been able to
get the ships.
"We have made a thorough study of |
the economic phase ol tai- question,
and have arrived at exact conclusions..
We know that farm implements suffi?
cient to cultivate 1,000 hectares would
occupy 220 tons of shipping space. The
same acreage would yield, in an ordi?
nary year, a production for offsetting
the on pense involved in such shipment.
"French farm machinery has gone to
rack and ruin the last four years. It
has been used by boys and women, who
did not know how to handle it. Parts
ate worn out. and there is great need;
of spare parts, These have to be
shipped over from American factories |
if the next crop is to be planted, culti?
vated and reaped."
\lr. Griffin said that Ambassador
Sharpe, who is interested in the re?
habilitation of French agriculture, fa
vors sending about le,000 American
farmers to France to cultivate the soil.
This, he said, was opposed by others,
for the reason that French agricultural
methods differ greatly from American,
and, besides, the American farmer-,
would have great difficulty in making
themselves understood. For some time
past Mr. Griffin has been the official
buyer of supplie.-; for the American
aviation section in France.
Stecher Ready for Bout
Joe .Stecher, the Western marvel
who is to meet Wladek Zbyszko in Madi?
son Square Garden Friday evening,
March 1, to decide which one will meet
Caddock, will arrive in town the early
part of next week. This information
reached the management yesterday, and
in his letter Stecher added that he was
in superb condition and expected to
have no difficulty in conquering the
Polish Hercules.
Barnard Five Beaten
The BeAceley-Irving School fourth
basketball team defeated the fourth!
combination of Barnard School on the i
! -tier's court yesterday by a score of!
25 to 15. Barnard led 'in the first
half by 11 to <i. Carbon scored 13
points for Berkeley-Irving and Gross:
8 f<>r Barnard.
Stevens Five Plays To-night
The Stevens' Tech basketball team
meets tin- five from }]rooklyn Poly?
technic Institute to-night in 'the Will- !
iam Hall Walker gymnasium at Castle ;
Point, Hoboken. The Stevens team has
been undefeated this season, having ten
victories to its credit.
BUSINESS CARDS
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world ?lock Of army auction good?. lha U. ?
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DIAMONDS
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HOUSES KOK SALE OK HUNT
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"U. S. Boy Scouts"
Offer to Unite
With Rival Body
Commissioner Gluck, Ac
cused of Misappropriation, ?
Makes Peace Proposal
The United States Boy Scout organi?
zations are willing to cry quits and be?
come u part of the Boy Scouts of Amer?
ica, according to John ? D. (Huck, the
commissionor-at-largo of the former
body. In a statement issued last nipht
ho calls on the Bov Scouts of America
to stop fighting and put the entire scout
movement under one head.
How the Boy ?Scouts of America feel
about it is another'matter. .Most of
those approached last night did not
care to comment, observing that the af?
fair "?vas already in the courts and that
discussion now would not assist them
in reaching a decision. It was freely
hinted that, peace proposals at this time
merely served to fog the issue.
James E. West, Chief Scout Execu?
tive of the Boy Scouts of America, tiled
with the New York Supreme Court last
week an affidavit charging Mr, Gluck
with the misappropriation of $30,000, ]
and citing that the organization he rep- ;
resented had hired one room at -00 j
Fifth Avenue, the headquarters of the j
Boy Scouts of America, from which to
send out appeals for money. It is !
charged that in this way people con- ?
tributed to the organization believing
it to be the Boy Scouts of America. The j
courts have been asked to prevent the
United States Boy Scouts from using
the word "scout" or any name that
might confuse tho two.
It. was pointed out last night that
boys who belong to Mr. Gluck'.?* organi
zation will lie welcome in the Boy
.'scouts if they have reached the age of
twelve years and can pass the examina?
tion required for entrance. It was said,
however, that the Boy Scouts of Amer- :
ica would not take over the other or?
ganization or jiivo it recognition.
In his statement: calling for peace a! ?.
once John 1>. Gluck says: "There is
only one solution. The United States j
Boy Scouts must yield, providing they!
are permitted to do so with honor to i
the boys.
"1 blame the officials of the Boy
Scouts of America entirely for the de?
lay, i could have brought alunit tin
agreement long ago if certain officials
of the Hoy Scouts of America had not
dared me to submit the question of a
change of name to .lohn Purroy Mit-1
che!, who was then Mayor. That w;ls at
a conference held at '400 Fifth Avenue,
of which L was one of a committee of
four."
Mr. Cluck goes on to point out how
easily he could effect a readjustment
within sixty days and to prophesj that
there will be further separate incorpo?
rations of Hoy Scout military regi-.
in en is.
In conclusion he says: "If there has
been any misuse of funds on the part
of any one in our organization- -suit or
no suit ?that person will be punished.
I don't think any one is guilty."
Fire Record
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30S West u-tth >;.; auto; unknown ; trlfllu-;.
-'.,i to : 71 Hast 73?J tt. ; Novel .. L'andj i'? .
slight.
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.170 I'lfth aie.: George Brown; $2.000.
,s first st.; Becky Beanstock; trifling.
?'-,' Uivington Bt,; s'am-.:o'. Ornster; sUslu.
?! ! Kasl 33d st.: owner unknown: trifling.
77 Wan-en ,' ; Coraril & 0>. : trlflii g.
?,,..' East 13Slh it-, The Bronx ; s. Kuost: trl
tin ft.
:.':.' Kulton at., Tho Bronx; .:. li. Diamond:
trill lint.
17? l'.:' Houston si : Samuel lirshowslrv;
triflii ?j.
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SUMMONS
NEW YORK SUPUEMH COURT, COUNTY '
OF NEW VORK?MARJORll? HELEN
McL-EOD. Plaintiff, against HARLOW
COMSTOCK McLEOD, Defendant, SUM?
MONS. ACTION FOR DIVORCIO
TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT :
IIARLOAV COMSTOCK McLEOD' ' '
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED !.. an-I
swer tin- complaint In ?his action, and to'
si rve a copy of your answer on the plain- ?
tiff's attorm y, within twi nty ila;?; after nie I
service upon you of this summons, ex?
clusivo of the day of service, and, in event
of your falluri lo appear or answer ?udg
men I will !?? taken against you by default!
for tho relief demanded in the comolalnt
Dated, July 7th, 1917.
JA.MES A. LY.NCH, Attorney fur Plain-1
tiff, Office & I'. O. Address, 51 Cham. '
bers Street, Borough of Manhattan
City and State of New York
TCi THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT !
HARLOW COMSTOCK McLEOD: ' '
The foregoing summons Is serve,1 upon ,
you by publication, pursuant to an order
of the Honorable Nathan Bljur, ,-i .lustu-i
of the Supreme Court of the stme of New
York, dated the 21st day of January, ?113
and filed with Hi" complaint herein, In the
olilce of tho Clerk of tho County of Neto
York, at the County Court House, Borough
of Manhattan, City, County and State of
\v-\v York, 011 tho 22d day of January,
Hi is.
]>at"d. January 23d, 191S.
JA.MES A. LYNCH, Attornev for Plain
tut', Office .?.- IV O, Address, 51 Cham
berg Street. Borough of Manhattan,
City and Stale of New York.
'
NOTICE OF SALE
MERCHANDISE AND FIXTURES AGGRE
gatlng $92.2SS.10. In the Distrii| Court of
tho United States for the Southern Division
of tho Middle District of Alabuma ? In
Bankruptcy. In tho matter! of Dot han Mer?
cantile Company and Sol. Lurie, banki ipta:
Take notice that under ; nd In pui ? m ?
or ?m order made in the above styled cause
an 1 dated January ?list, I91S I, th* undei -
dgned Trustee, will proceed 10 sell al public
outcry to the highest and best bidder, for
cash, al the storehouse formerly occupied bj
thi bankrupts in the city of Hartford, Geneva
County, Alabama, on Tue? ?.i ?. the 26th du;
of February, 191S, the stock of dry goods
shoes, clothing, 1 c belonging 10 the estati
of the above named bankrupts. s,,i.l no. i<
of goods Inventorying ?18.462.34 and ohm lot
of store fixtures Inventorying $400.50. And on
Wednesday, February 27th. 1918, th" stocks
of dry goods, shoes, clothing, >!'?.. belonging
to the estates of the above named bankrupts,
at Dothan; Alabama, Houston (County, itn->
s.iid Blocks of foods Inventorying $72,048.76
und store fixtures Inventorying $1,370 DO. The
said sales being subject to confirmation or
rejection l>y the said court. Inventories now
on file n-t the offices of the Referee and
trustee at Dothan, Alabama.
I'.itf-d this the '.'ili d.ij of February, 19IS.
1: m. JONES, Trustee, Dothan, Alabama.
1 '1 rtlfied ? h... ks In 1 "? amount of $500 00
'? m lie required to :??? 01 pa da
. . of gund I
A 1: Pace un . Li 0 a Tompklna Altorni ?
I lot linn Alnhnmn
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FORECLOSURE SALES
SUPREME COURT, COUNTY ? IF NEW
YORK, JOHN M. BOWERS und another,
?is Trustee., ote., Plaintiffs, against BER?
NARD BLOOM ?t ni.. Defendants.
in pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure
?nil .sal?-. ?Inly made and entered in the above
entitled ?nil.m and bearing date the 15th day
of February, 1918. I, the undersigned, tho
referee In said judgment named, will sell at
publie auction, at tho Exchange Salesroom,
,Nos. 14-16 Vosey Street, in the Borough ?>r
Manhattan, City of New Vori?, on the l.Hi
day of March, I91S, at 12 o'clock noon on
that day, by JOSEPH P. DAY. Auctioneer,
tho premises directed by said judgment to by
null!, and Hierein described us follows:
ALL Unit certain lot, piece or parcel of
land, with tho building/and Improvements
thereon erected, situate, lying and being In
tho Twelfth Ward of the Borough of Man?
hattan. City of New York, bounded and
described as follows:
BEGINNING at a point on the westerly
sido of First Avenue, distant seventy-five < 7.". t
feet and eleven nil Inchon northerly from
the corner formed by tic- Inters?.?-! Ion of the
northerly side of lO.itii .Street, with tho west?
erly sido or First Avenue, ?mi! running thence
westerly, parallel with 105th Street, and part
of the distance through a party -.'.all one
hundred (100) feet; thence northerly, parallel
with First .Vienne, twenty-?lve (25) feel '?.>
the centre line or the. block between LOQth
and lOGth Streets; thence easterly along said
? entre lin,- of lim block one hundred (100)
feet, in the westerly side of First Avenue,
an.I then." southerly along said westerly .-i???-?
m' Flrsl Avenue twenty-five (25) feet to the
point ci- place of beginning. Said premises
helntr now known by the sireet number Two
thousand an,l forty-one (2041) First Avenue,
lu said Borough of Manhattan.
Said premises will bo sold (subject to such
state of facts as an accurate survey would
show and m m-,unary covenants against nuis?
ances which du not prohib?! tho erection or
maintenance of tenement houses with or
without stores, it' ami In so far an said
covenants nro now in force ?nul elfe, t.
Dated, New York, February ?8, 1918.
DAVID ORR, Referee.
GEORGE A. LEWIS, Attorney for Plain?
tiffs, 46 Cedar Strcgt, Manhattan, New
;itj
I'he f?
I' a diagram of the propi
street. Number is 2011 I
rtv
105th Street.
Tli? approximate amount < f the lien or
charge, tu satisfy which the above-described
1 property in to bo sold. :.- $21,S95.59, with
Interest thereon from Me- l.th ?lay of Feb
i ruary, 1918, together with the costs and al?
lowance umounting to $<tG2.4S with Intere :
from February 15, 191.8, together with -lie
expenses of the sale. The approximate
i amount of the t.*ixes, assessments and wate:
rates, or other liens, which ore to bo allowed
! to tin? purchaser out of the purchase money.
1 or paid by the Referee, in $739.17 and Interest.
Dated, Now York, February is, 1918.
?.?AVID ORB, Referee.
SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW
York.?Julius Horwit?.. plaintiff, against
Charles Wersba, et al., defendants.
In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure
? and sale, ?Inly made and entered in th?. above
entitled action and bearing date the 24th day
; of January, 1918, ?. the undersigned, the
referee in said judgment named, will sell .m?
public auction, at tT?? ? Exchange Salesroom,
, .No. 14-16 Vesey Street, in the, Borough ?if
! Manhattan, City of Now York, on the 26th
! day of February, 1918, at 12 o'clock noon on
? that day, by JOSEPH 1'. DAY, Auctioneer,
, the premises directed by said judgment tu be
Isold, am) therein described as follows:
ALL that certain plot of land, situate
lying nii'l being in tho Borough of Manhattan,
'.'it: ?if New York, bounded and described as
BEGINNING at a point on the southerly
side ??:' One Hundred .nil Twelfth Street, dis
-..!,: three hundred and fifty-eight feet (358')
westerly from foe corner formed by the inter?
section of tie.? westerly side ?if Fifth Aventio
and th.- said southerly side of One Hundred
and Twelfth Street; an i running thence
southerly, parallel with Fifth Avenue, one
hundred feel eleven it..-!:,-.- (100' 11") to ;'.!?>
centre lie." ?>:' Hie block : thence westerly along
.aid centre lino, ?if the block, and parallel
' with One Hundred uni Twelfth Street, thlrty
,,:, f,-?? (?it'): thence northerly-, again par?
allel with filth Avenue, and part of tho dis?
tance through a party wan. one hundred feet
eleven in? lies (100' 11"' t?> the said southerly
side of On?- Hundred a:.4 Twelfth Street ; and
there" easterly along the said southerly si?!?:
?if One Hundred and Twelfth Sireet, thirty
one feet (31') to the ;ioinL or place of be?
ginning.
Dated, New York, January 31, 1918.
JAMES V. McNABOE, Referee.
ABRAHAM I. SPIRO. Attorney I'm- Plain?
tiff, 135 Broadway, Manhattan. N. Y. City.
The following Is a diagram of the property
to be sold ; its street number is .1 West H2tli
Street :
U2th Street
168'
Tl
ipp
Charge, to sa.tt.-ify which the above-described
property is to be sold, is $3,682.00, with In?
terest thereon from the tOth 'lay of January,
1918, together with the cosis and allowances
am?.anting to $2374'.;'. with Interesl from
January 20, 1918, together with the expenses
of the sal". The approximate amount of the
taxes, assessments and water rates, or other
liens, which are to be allowed to the pur?
chaser out of the purchase money, or paid
by the Referee, is $4:;s.s.? .-nul interest.
Dated, New Vor!;, January 21. it'IS.
JAMES F. McNABOE. Referee,
SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW
York.?MATILDA I.AHM. Plaintiff, against
ANNIE ROTH et al., Defendants. ::-";i:,
1917. Action No. 1.
m pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure
and sale, ?inly made and entered in tl-." above
entitled action and bearing date tii" 15th
day ?.f February? iOtx. I, the undersigned,
the referee In ?aid judgment named, Mill sell
al public auction, at the Exchange Sales?
room, No. 14-16 Vesey Street, in the Borough
of Manhattan, City of New York, on ti"- 15th
,iay of March. 1918. at 12 o'clock noon on
Unit .la''. 1".- JOSEPH P. DAY", Auctioneer,
toe premises directed by said Judgment in ba
sold, and therein describe?! as follows: All
that certain lot. piece or parcel of land :
situ?t,'. King: at"! being in the Borough <?f
Manhattan, of the City of New York, and
bounded and described us follows, m vit:
BEGINNING at a point formed by tie- In
section of the westerly line of ih" Flrsl
Avenue with the southerly Un" of Seventh
Su-,-.-?: running thence southerly along sal!
westerly line of First Avenuo eighteen Ms.
feet. Ihreo ( 21 Inches and one-half '';> ,,f
an inch; then?-" westerly, parallel ? Ith
Seventh Street, fifty-two i?2i feet; thence
southerly nine (<n Inches; the.; westerly
three I'.i) feet; thence southerly nine. ? 'i i
feet, fIx <6i inches; thence westerly seven?
teen M7> feet, ?me (1) inch; theme northerly,
parallel with First Avenue, and through a
party wall, twenty-eight <2S) tee!, six (6)
Inches and one-half (?/4) of tin Inch to tho
.?..?i'h,-riy line ?>f Seventh Street; and thence
easterly along said southerly line of Seventh
Street, seventy-two (72) feet, six < ''? > inches
to the point or pi*?'1- of beginning; be said
distances and dimensions more or less.
Dated New York, February ISth 1918.
?II \K!,KS F. Ml Iti'lIN . Hefen
Frederick ?;. Ashley, Altorne> for Plaintiff,
???: Montague Stre? :. Brooklyn, Ni w
-, urk
Th<- following is a diagram of tho prop
.... ?,, i,- sold: Its street Number !.i l : ",
First Avenue.
7th STREET.
Tii- approximate amount of :he lien er
char?", t.? satisfy which iiio above-described
property is to be sold, is $22,821.64 with
interest thereon from th? Kth ? ,-, ,.f Feb?
ruary, 1918, together with -i,- ,.,..- ....
lov ince amounting t'> $401 : : with Interest
from February l?th. 1D',s. together with the
?-? pi ns? s ..f the -al?- T ... .,,,,,. .-.,,,, ,;
., ? lounl of the taxes, a set-sn i water
i ?. - ??[? other leu which in l>< ,;
lowed to.irehaser out of
lie- !:.-!? ;. - -; ,,,..,
tid ?nteres!
Dati d. Ne
rk, l-vi.r
HELP WANTEU MALE
A GENTLEMAN ?'Uli marie?! Innate SALES?
MANSHIP ABILITY, who cioi meet tbs
irio*l RIQID ItEFERENCB INVESTIGA?
TION, l? offered n comiooUoD thai baa
paid im lilgli <ui $20,000 annually. Ad.Ires?:
1'ost Olllcu Um 339, ?Madlsuii Square Urani'b.
BOY Wanted f?r rrrandi and to make himself us*
fill In olllcc: gnid'iii? of praiiiimir school; 16 Is?
years of age; resident, of Chelsea neighborhood ;
salary $8 pet week. Call Thursday morning,
Ithuicliurd Press, !'-. \Vcsl ?Stti st.
HOYS to Irani trad? In machino shop and run
errands; salary $7 per weak. Call in morning, VI
Adams st . Brooklyn. i
BOY, strong, uanted for stock and run errands:
(rood opportunity for lliu right boy. ?'all Can er,
R Kerry st,
BOY. Christian, errands and stock, In electric
shop. Whlleley, 84 John it.
BOY to assist in shipping room: references re?
quired. I'oller ?V Haiininii. 134 West 20tli t.;. |
KitltAMi und OFFICK BOY.- Good chance to ad?
vance for l.rlRia and Milling boy. Gutmann At
Quuiiann, 116 West 32d st.
ERRAND BOY wanted; good position to ?vori; up,
lllchard A. Johnson. 12 East 33d st.
MACHINIST
FIRST CLASS roOLM.AKERS
SBABOin & ?ii.
177TH STREET AND HARLEM itivi'.ll. BRONX ?
HELP WANTED FILIALE
._.
BOOKKEEPER-STENOGRAPHER. Thorougl ':??
exporlonccd, capable, accurate, honest and relia?
ble: good position for right party: references re- |
?mired. Apply office, Rockwell Company. 430
smith st.. Brooklyn.
BOOKKEEPER?Skilled In modern methods; com?
petent to tr.ke full charge of In.oils: good salary.
Baking Company, 2037 Atlantic ave., Brooklyn.
BOOKKEEPER, single entry; business experience;
living In ri-lgliborlio-M. Albert Bros . :'? 13
Cannon st.
CHAMBERMAID.?Steady employment; good unces.
Including incite. Pontchartrain Hotel. 310 West
'sth st.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
STENOOBAPHKns. typists, tiool.kee.xr-.. clerk?;
permanent. Doyle Agemy. Tribune Building, 154
Vusau: 89 Eaat I'.'d
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
A.?A.?CHAMBERMAID, maid, good plain seam?
stress: very capablo; excellent city references. L..
Miss Hofmayor's Agency, In East 43d st . third
Boor. Telephone 8047 Murray Hill.
COOK.?Young Irish woman; good city reference;
$45-$30. K.. Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East
43d st., third floor. Telephone 8947 Murray 11111.
COOK and WAITRESS, and housoworkerr. cham?
bermaids; reliable; good references. Lehtl's
Agency. 77 East 125th st. Telephone Harlem 5515.
WAITRESS.?Equal tn butler: excellent long ref
ereiices; $4?. A.. Miss Dnfmayer's Agency. 10
Hast 4:;d st., tlilrd floor. Telephone 8917 Mur?
ray Hill.
FURNISHED ROOMS
Bureau of Boarding Houses
11 West 27 St.
These rooms are especially recommended
as to both physical and moral cleanliness
and have been personally Investigated by a
member of our Bureau.
Don't invite unpleasantness by
Kitiiifc lo ht m lige. nniiidoi-id
pinces?these rooms arc Known to
be us represented.
3W E. 17TH ST. (Stuyvesant Park).?Exceptionally
?arge front parlor: alao nice rooms; telephone.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS
LOST.?Long Island R. I. Co. 1.%
1937 coupon due Nov. 1, 1917 Payment
-?? coupon baa been stopped. If. found re?
turn to K. ./. Lismun S Co., 61 Broadway,
X. V. Citv.
LOST BANKBOOKS
L? 1ST i' - ' -:...'?' X.,. 301,709 of the [-'rank
lin Savings Hank, issued to Itene Duquel
Payment stopped. Please return to bunk,
608 litghth ave., New York City. All per?
sons are cautioned not to purchat
negotiate the same. ,
LOST.?Passbook No. I2S.30S of the North
River Savings Bunk. Payment 5topped
Return ' i bank, 31 West 3 Ith si . New
York.
LEGAL NOTICES
TO M? ILDKR.S OF
JEFFERSON & CLEiRfiELQ COAL ft IRON CO.
I'lrst Mortgage ?"> Bonds
SIXKIX'i; l-'UXD NOTICE
Notico la hereby given a provided in Ar-I
tide ;: of the indenture dati d .1 me 15,
ix-,,; securing the above bonds, bal ?ealed
ol?Pi s will be r ie? Ived up to 10 A. M. on
Thursday, March ? i. 191S, by the GUA R
WTY TRUST COMPANY OF NKW YORK,
.ii Us otllce, No I 10 Uro .1 .ay, \. v, \
for tho .sale to it as Trustee at the lowest
price at which such i.d shall be ofTered,
not exceeding 105% and accrued in ercst,
..f the remainder of these bonds outsland
? -, of the pur ' '?' of - v;. ?.vo ri-.ousand
Dollars ($62,000.00).
Offers Bhall be sealed and endorsed "Of
fers for the sale of Jefferson & Clearlield
Coal & Iron L'ompanj . .. Bonds to Sink?
ing Fund" and addressed to the TRUST
lllTAKTMKNT.
jefferson -v <'i.n \iti-'i kld coal &
[RON COMPANY
B; GEO. If. I'l.l'.N'K, Treasurer.
Dated Rochester, X. Y.. February 6, 1918.
_ll?.
SURROGATES' NOTICES
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
"Honorable .lohn P. Cohalan, n Surrogate
,,t the County of New York. NOTICE Ii '
I .by given to all persons having claim?
ggainsl Jacob Edward Mast?n, late of the |
County of New York, d.ised, lo pi.t
the samo with vouchers thereof to the sub
K( riber al her place of transacting busl
,,.....; ..; the i.Uii".- of her attorney, Stanley
Holcomb Molleson, No. 42 Broadway, Bor?
ough o? Manhattan, In the Cltj of New
York, <n or before the 10th day of May
' Dated. New York, the SOth du y of Orto
bcr, 1917.
EMMA CHURCH MAST?N,
Executrix.
STANLJ?Y HOLCOMB MOLLESON, At
torne\ for Executrix. i'? Broadway, I
New York, N. Y.
IN PURSUANCE O? AN ORDER O?
Honorable .lohn P. Cohalan. a Surrogat?,
of ,tlo- County of New York. Notice In
hereby given to all persons having claims
against MARY .!. FLEMING, late of the'
County of New York. State of New York,
deceased, to present the same with vouch?
ers thereof to tho subscriber, at her plac?
,.f transacting business, at tl.moo ol
Howard R. Ha} no. Esq., her attorney, No.
67 Wall Street, In the City of New York,
on or before the 7th day of May, next,
Dated, New York, the 27th day of Oc?
tober, 1917.
MARY H. A. ALLEN,
i; tecutrlx.
HOWARD R. BAYN13, Esq., Attorney
for Executrix, 67 Wull Street. Borough
of Manhattan, New York City.
REAL ESTATE FOU SALE OR TO LET
BOROUGH <>F QUEENS
Tor?! Rills gardens
",\ Forward Movement in
Suburb:? o Development."
15 Minutes from renn. Malion.
Houses und Villa Plots for >aie,
SAGE FOUNDATION HOMES CO.
47 Y\. Will St., or 1 nrr.l Hills, I,. L
?rite for Booklet A.
WESTCHKSTE? COUNTY.
CALIFORNIA BF.M1 BUNGALOW AT LARCH
ment --n Uie-Sound. 7 roouia und bath: ?il im
proved. Short waJh to "?1er \.a'ge plol 38 mill
i.i? rnini (Hajid Central, Will -.? , very refcso ab ?
Write for plan ?uk! plioi? Country Home League,
40 West .iUd nt. Telephone lisCO Madiiuii Suutr*.
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BIRTHS
COHEN Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen inee
Augusta M. Lippmann), of ;;::7 Hancock
?'. Brooklyn, announce the birth of a
? n, February 1'.', 10IS.
ROSENBERG On Tuesday, February 19, to
Mr. ami Mrs. H. D. Rosenberg, of 412
West 129th st., at Minsesheimer'a Sanato
rium, a son.
MARRIAGES
PURVIS?JONES?At th<-> hoLeof the
bride's grandfather, Mr. Ira L. B?**be. of
Brooklyn, N. Y.. on February 1 1. by the
Rev. Dr. H. Francis Ferry, Arthur Biaikie
Purvis, younger son of the late Mr. Will?
iam Biaikie Purvis and of Mrs. William
Biaikie Purvis, of London. England, to
Margaret, daughter of ?Mr. und Mrs. Cyrus
Emery Jone.-, of Jamestown, N. Y.
HSAVELlr?BROWN?At Indianapolis. Feb?
ruary 8, at the homo of the bride's parent-,
Mr. and Mrs. I'. E. Moskov?cs, Marguerite
Brown to Captain Lester Morton Savell,
O. K. C.
DEATHS
ADAIR On Monday. February 18. 1918. Ar?
thur K. Adair, beloved husband of Cath?
erine Bannon, in bis 4_'d year. Relatives
and friends are invited to attend the fu?
neral, from his lat<> residence, 180 Tillary
t., Brooklyn, on Thursday. February 21,
at 9:30 a. m. : thence to St. James's Pro
Cathedral, Jay st. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery.
AGNEW?On Monday. February 18, 1018. at
lier home, Hillcrest, Sparkill, Rockland
County, N. Y., in the S'Jth year of her age,
Mary Nash, beloved wife of the late Cor?
nelius Rea Agnew, M. D., and daughter of .
Lora Nash and Catherine Van Bergen, all
of New York City. Funeral services ar
Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, 5th av.
and 55th st.. New York City, at 2' p. m. ;
Thursday, February 2!, 1018. It is kindly
requested that no flowers be sent.
ALLER At his home, 29 Fast 4th st.. Mount
Vernon, N. Y.. on Tuesday night, Febru?
ary 19, ]|i 18, Stephen Burrows Aller, in
the 69th year of his ago. Funeral private,
at convenience of family. Omit ?lowers. -
AMUNDSEN -Monday, February 11, 1918, at
sea, aboard steamship Borgensi'jord, Anto
nette Oleana Amundsen, in her <i4th year,
native of Trondhjem, Norway, beloved wife
of Lara Amundsen, of New York City.
BLANCHARD Suddenly, on February 19,
1918, Elizabeth A., in her ?15th year. Fu?
neral services from her late residence. 34 ;
Dakota Place. W<?st New Brighton, Station
Island, on Thursday, at 6 p. ta. Inter?
ment Brasher Falls. N. Y.
BLOODGOOD- Hildreth Kennedy, son of the
late Mathias Hildreth and Augusta Kennedy
Bloodgood, suddenly, at. his late residence,
158 West 58th st. Notice of funeral later.
BRKSEE-On Tuesday. February i ^, Rienzi
A., beloved husband of Emily J. Bresee, in
his 6Cth year. Funeral service at his let? '
residence, 474 Ilalsey st., Brooklyn, Thurs?
day, February 21, 8 _. m. Interment pri
vate. Cooperstown (N Y.) papers please I
copy.
BROWN?
Th?- Society of Mayflower Descendants in
the State of New Vor:.' announces with re?
gret the death on February !?". 1018, of
Mary Elizabeth Adams Brown i Mr-. John
Crosby Brown), by right of descent of Will?
iam Bradford. Samuel Dwight Brewster,
Deputy Governor. .John I'. Hazen Berry.
Secretary.
BURR?On Monday. February 18. Jennie
Philomene Lynch, beloved wife of William j
P. Burr, at he;- residence, 12 West 120th st. ;
Solemn requiem mass St. Thomas's Church,
118th --t. and St. Nicholas av., Thursday,
morning, 10 o'clock. Kindly omit flowers. -
CALVET -In New York. February 10. 1918,
Josephine Calvet, in her 74th year. Fu?
neral private. Interment Valleau Ceme?
tery, Ridgewood, N. -I.
CAMl'BJSLL - Wednesday, February L.?'. Rob?
ert Elliot, infant son of Robert Lincoln
and Margaret Thompson Campbell, at the
home of his parents, 161 East 79th st.
J uneral private. Kindly omit flowers.
COOK -At his late residence. MS West 78th
?'.., i?e. February 10, 1918, Adam Cook, in
his eist yea'-. Funeral private at coti
venience of farriily. Kindly omit flower-.
Interment Rural Cemetery, Albany, N. Y.
DKTSCHKL At Wilmington. Del.. February
18, 1918, Emma Detschel. Funeral services
St. Paul's Church, Broadway and Vesey st..
Thursday, ) :30 v. m.
ENDICOTT?At bis residence. 4?? West
118th nt., on February 19, 1918, George
Endicott, beloved husband of Ellinor Ten
Broeck Endicott. Funeral services private.
Interment at. Elmwood Cemetery. New
Brunswick, N. J., un Thursday, February
FLYNN?Anna. Rosamond, aged 74 years.
Funeral at the Chapin Home, Jamaica, L.
I.. Thursday at ! I a. in.
GANTZ?February 10. Lydia Gantz, aged 70 !
years. Funeral Friday, 1:4'J p. m.
GILLEN On February 18. 1918, Martin
Uillen, beloved father of Katherine Gillen
and Mrs. Annie Fray. Relatives, friends
and veterans of Company G, 77th Regi?
ment, N. *t . N. G., Infantry, are invited
:,i attend funeral from his late residence,
500 We t 47th st.. on Friday, at 2 p. in.
Interment Calvary Cemetery.
GREANELLE?February 18, 1918, William
0. Greanelle, M. D., only son of the late
Walling D. and Emma J. Greanelle. In- ;
i erment Woodlawn.
HAMILTON Martha Hamilton, mother of!
John A. Hamilton, mi Tuesday, February!
I!), 1918. in her 8 1th year. Funeral ser?
? ice will be held at her late residence, 291
l-'laxhil! Road, South Norwalk, Conn., on
Friday, February 22, at 11 a. m. Inter
ment vil! be in Greenwood at 3:30 p. m.
automobiles will meet the 0:14 train from
Grand Central Station.
HATCH Caroline, on February 10. wife of
the late Henry W. Hatch, in lier 77th year.
Funeral services at her late residence, 264
We t L'Cth st., Thursday, at s p. m. In?
terment at convenience of family.
HEINSOHN Ai Mount Vernon. N. Y., Feb.
ruary is, Charles H. Heinsohn, aged :? 1
year . Funeral services at his late resi?
dence, S North 10th av., Thursday even?
ing, 8 o'clock. . ,
HINDS At Riverdale-on-Hudson, on W. dnes
day, _ February 20, BUS, Grace Hinds,
daughter of the late Professor Ephraim
and Catharine Shepherd Hinds, in the GCth
year of her age. Notice of funeral here
ufter.
rNTEMANN?After a brief lllne-ss, on Tues?
day, February 19, 1918, George Siegfried
Intemonn. son of Mrs. Anna Intemann and
tii?- late H. H. Intemann, in his 31st year,
a1 his home, 117 Bainbridge st. Services!
Friday, February 22, :' p. in., at ('?race
DEATHS
Evsngclical Lutheran Church, Bushwick
nv. and Wcirfield st.
JEANDHKL'R On Tuesday, February JO.
I'?IX, MabelJe C. wife of George K.
Jeandheur. in her oKth year. Funeral ser?
vices at her late home, 101 Bellcview ?v..
Upper Montclair. Friday, February 22, at
2 p. m. Interment at convenience of the
family.
KINGHAM - At his residence. 552 West 1S5th
?t.. Thomas E. FCingham, ?beloved husband
of Mary Kit-.trham (nee Faireil?. Funeral
Thursday, 9:30 a. rn.. from l?t" residetice :
thence to Church of St. Elizabeth.
LAWLER On Tuesday, February Ii?. Blanche
R., wife oi' Matthew M. Lawlcr. Funeral
from 1er late residence. 21 Olarkson av.,
Brooklyn, Friday, February 22, 9:Z0 a. rn.
Requiem mas* Holy Cross Church, Rogers
and Church ava., 10 a. rn.
LOTT On Tuesday. February 19, 1918,
Charles Vanderveer Lott, in the 72d year
of his age. Funeral servie? nt his late
residence, Jamaica av., Woodhavcn, N. Y..
on Friday, February 22, at 2:30 p. m. In?
terment private.
MAHON On February 18, William J.
Mahon, beloved husband of Elizabeth Mahon
?neo Con i, native of County Calway, Ire?
land. Funeral from hi? late residence, 430
V,<-st 52d nt.. on Thursday, February 21, at
?? :;'ii a. m. ; thence to Sacred Heart Church.
West 51st st., where a solemn requiem mass
will be offered for the repose of his soul. -
METCALF -At ?Newcastle, Me., on Saturday.
February 16, Benjamin F. Metcalf, aged
K7. Funeral services at Newcastle, Mc..
on Wednesday. February -"? Interment
Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn. >'. Y.
MOCCO-On February 18. 1918. Natale
.Moceo. Funeral on Thursday, February 21,
at 10 a. m.
MOFF1TT On Monday, February 18, 1918. ;
Thomas Mo?litt. Funeral service Thursday
evening, 8 o'clock, at the residence of hi'
niece. Mrs. E, G. Weichdcl, iW Centre st..
Niitley, N. J. Funeral at convenience of
family.
NAI'SS On February 1". 1018, Anna Heer
lein Nauss. beloved wife of Wendo?ti J.
Naus.-i. in her 60th year. Funeral service
Thursday. February 21, at 8 p. m., at 17
East i?Hh st. Funeral private. .St. Pau!
i Minn.I and Albany (N. Y.) papers please
OPPENHEIMER- On February 10. after a
short illness, Henry I'.. aged 4'j years, be?
loved husband of Mary Oppenheimer (nee
Stevens). Funeral, Friday, at 10 o'clock,
from tn? Washington av.. Rockaway Bark.
N. Y. Interment Mount Hope Cemetery,
Cypress Hills, at 11 :30 Friday morning. -
PAULSEN?At Tremont, New York City, on
February 1!'. 1018. Martin A. I'aulsen, D.
D. S., Bon of the late Jacob 1'. and Autcus
ta A. Paulsen, in his 38th year. Ser?
vices will be held at his late residence,
228 Monroe Place, Thursday, February li'..
at S p. m. interment private.
RICHTER Surah. Funeral service at her
late residence, '.MS Wadsworth av., Thurs?
day evening, February 21, at 8 o'clock.
Interment private.
ROONEY At Staten Island, February 10.
Mary, widow of the late Thomas Rooncy,
in the ?j'ith year of her age. Funeral ser?
vices from her late residence, 7^ Pleasant
Valley av., Stapleton. Staten Island, Fri?
day morning at 11 o'clock.
SAUERVEIN On Tuesday, February 19,
John I,., beloved husband of Sarah Sauer
vein and father of Mrs. Louise Guthman.
Funeral services at his late residence, 353
West ?Tth st., on Thursday evening. Feb?
ruary 21, at 8 o'clock. Gramercy Lodge.
No. 537, 1'. and A. M., are invited to be
presen".
SEEBACHEB -Suddenly, on February' 19,
i IMS, Arthur, son of the late Jacob and
Caroline Seebacher. Funeral at the con?
venience of family.
SINGER- February 10. 1918. at Pittsburgh,
Pa., Hester Laird Hart?n, widow of Will?
iam H. Singer, of Pittsburgh, and mother
of Mrs. William Ross Proctor, of 32 East
39th st.. New York.
SLOMAN On Tuesday, February 19, Her?
man S. Slomaii, beloved husband of Gussie
?nee Waixel), devoted father of Irving
Sloman and Mrs. Ina Silverman. Funeral
services at his late residence, L"_';? West.
109th st., Thursday, February 21, 10 a. m.
Chicago and Detroit pap?ri please copy.
STEPHENS On Monday eveninir, February
IS, 1918, Sarah M., %,ife of the late Ed?
mund Stephens. Funeral services a?, her
late residence, Brookrest, Closter, N. J..
Thursday eveninir, the 21st inst., at 8
o'clock.
TICE?On Tuesday. February 10, 1918. Mary
A., widow of George L. Tice and mother of
George, Eleanor and ?Nettie Tice, in her
11th year. Relatives and friends are in?
vited to attend funeral services at her late
residence. 69 Stanhope sL, Brooklyn, on
Thursday, February 21, at 8 p. m. Inter?
ment Cedar Grove Cemetery.
TORREV?Clara Rebecca To-.-rey, of Hones
dale, Penn., on February 18, eldest daugl.
ter of Mrs. Robert N. Torrey and sitter of
Mrs. A. B. Hull, of Colonia. N. J. Ser?
vices :.' her late home, Honesdale, Thurs?
day. , ! p. m.
WEISSBAUM Suddenly, February !.:?.
Rachel, sister of Hannah Simons, Mar',,.
Samuel and Clarenc? Davis. Funeral at
convenience of .'..'.::?:-.
WERNIG Joli . i . in Tuesday, February 19.
1918, aged 8-1 .! services at. his late
residence. Hancock bL, Brooklyn,
Thursday evening ni 7:45 o'clock. Inter?
ment private.
WOLFF Leopold, February 19, 1018, be?
loved husband of Esther Wolff -nee Rosen
leldi and devoted father of Lillian and
Solomon Wolff and Carrie Strauss, Bella
Wattenberg and Uirdie Asch. Funeral from
his late residence, 501 West M?d st., on
Thursday, February 21, at :: p. m. sharp.
Interment Bayside Cemetery.
CEMETERIES
THE WOOIHAWN CEMETEBT,
?od St. By Harlem Train and by Trolley.
Lot? of small size for ?aie.
Offleo 20 East 23d St.. N. Y.
STORAGE NOTICES
LENOX STORAGE
& TRANSFER CO., Inc.
1.1X7 THIRD AVE., M Alt 89II? ST.
New ? ot It, Fob 21st, 191S
To Mr - . ill Mrs. Sllbirger. Mr-i
\. McSorl y, Olga Sti ?.:?< r. G. Zapf, Mr:
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... public auctlou according to the statute
such casi provided, at our
arehouses, l.'.sT Third Avenue, New York
on TUKSDAV. MARCH Utb. 191?.
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not i n plet? d on Id da te the same will
continued at the same place on each
. Tu thereafter, beginning
: :" s ' in each d ? und continuing
il the sa ? Is comp -ted.
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e Offices or Suites
-for immediate rental
in the Tribune Building, and at rentals
that are most moderate for a building
of this character and in this location,
overlooking City Hall Park.
Capably managed, this building ?3 most
desirable because of the high calibre of
its business tenants?the kind you are
glad to have as neighbors.
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appointment to see the offices 'phor-r
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