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Tells Zionists
They Should Put
Patriotism First
N. J. President Declares De?
feat of Germany Is Most
Sacred Duty Now
NEWARK, N. J.( April 14.- Patriot?
ism, not Zionism, should at this time
occupy first place in the hearts of
Zionists, according to Sylvan H. Ko*hn,
president of Young Judea of New Jer?
sey, who- made an address this after?
noon at the closing session of that or?
ganization.
The annual convention had been in
session three days. It was'marked by
many discussions of an interesting
character, but the chief thing that was
made clear was that the body wanted
to refute any sentiment that may have
gone forth or been circulated by ene?
mies that patriotism was lacking in its
members. President Kohn said:
"The defeat of Germany nnd bor
atrocious kultur should at this mo?
ment occupy first place in the h'earts,
minds and energies of every member of
this organization.
(tight Must Prevail
"Zionism nor any other movement
based upon right, justice and democ?
racy cannot prevail uniess right, jus?
tice and democracy themselves prevail.
"'German militarism, the German cult
of the superman, aye, 'Deutschland
?ber Alles' must bo uprooted. And as
Zionists no more sacred a prerogative
can fall to our lot than to bear arms
'neath the Stars and Stripes for the
accomplishment of this end. We must
also do our bit to aid the Liberty Loan,
thrift stamp, food economy, camp wel?
fare, Red Cross anal other relict cam?
paigns constantly being conducted.
"Espousing a cause characterized by
the highest idealism, it is a privilege
for us to pledge our lives and capaci?
ties to the United States and her al?
lies in this war, waged for the vindi?
cation of these ideals.
"And this, I maintain, is our obliga?
tion as Zionists, because of our Zion?
ism, and not in spite of it.
"Our patriotism in the present crisis
is, of necessity, of a far deeper qual?
ity than that of our few remaining
anti-Zionist Jews. For, with all their
prating of an undivided loyalty to this
country and its cause, with all their
charges that we Zionists and our lead?
ers cherish a divided allegiance, it is
they who are falling short of a con?
sistent patriotism."
The annual election this afternoon
resulted in the choice of the following
officers: State president, Henry E.
Marmorstein. Jersey City; first vice
president, Herman Hailp'erin, Newark.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR TO LET
BOROUGH OF QUEENS.
forest Rills GarcUns
"A Forward Movement In
Suburban Development."
15 Minutes from Penn. .Station,
Houses anil Villa Plots for Sale.
SAGE FOUNDATION HOMES CO.
47 W. 34th St., or Forest Hills. L. I.
Write for Booklet A.
west-?hester county
CALIFORNIA SEMI-BCNGALOW AT I.AHrn
niont-on-thc-Sound. 7 rentr*.*; ami bath; all Im?
proved. Sliort waik to water. Large piot. 3*> min?
utes from Grand Central. Will Bell very reasonable.
Write for plan and photo. Country Home League.
iO Weil 3J.1 ?t Telephone y-OO Madison Square.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE.?ESTATE OF OVER 300
acrc*s within CO miles of Now York and
a quarter mile from Hudson River; 1 ? min?
utes' ri.lt.- from station New York Central
Railroad: no waste land: buildings first
class condition; running water from arte?
sian wells fields watered by sprints; view
of Hudson and mountains. House, Y.ri.-k,
18 rooms, wide hall, hardwood floors. Blau
gaslight, 4 lavatories, baths, toilets, sta?
tionary tuls, many lar^e closets; also
frame ho lise, with 9 lar*,-.* rooms. Harns ac
commotiaR ?'J cows, stalls for io horses;
piggery antl chicken house; garage an<l
carriage house; silo 16x32 feet. Can be
purchased at much less than value. Ad?
dress E. ROE, care of Lawyers' Club, New
York City.
FURNISHED ROOMS
818T ST., ir,s W.?Five light, lam*, rooms, front;
ore-proof; elevater; May to October; newly dec?
orated; ?rand piano. Arjlrtment 44.
BUSINESS CARDS
ARMY GOODS
Homo Guard Amy Bargains
Army Ottleer? ?ay: Banal arman'?
araaital? tar? ? QodBand lo ut."
tO,OOO RI*H?a ?800 Machino Cut?!
S.Otrt Revolver? iioo n-L M-.ld Cannon?
8,000,000 Cat-tea'? 60 B-t_ Navy C?r.r?n?
?0,000 Kqulpmeuts *>o.ooj Explosive Sneils
1.S00 Tent? ??i.OOO Uniform? (Nue)
40.000 K*up??ok? 16 Rinratying Cunti?n?
We have ?upplled from our larsaai la it?.
world alMk at army ?tia-tite? gee-fa, (ha U. S,
_ OuTt>rntn?at, r?aajr ata-lea and ?Itle.t will)
obsolete ?ervtceabla rifle?, najulpinenl?, and uniform?.
???'I aaellen sal* term?, aaah with order. Rxaartlna
llan and teatlng atour ora-malta. Imtar '.'? .ft dell verle?.
Large illustrated 4M pp. eneyclop. cata?o? tu ailed. 50c
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FRANCIS BANKERMAh & 80N8 ?01 E'WAY. N. Y.
DESKS -\N? OFFICE FURNITURE
ROLL I
top U Lo F.0 ||33
Office Furniture |8?S?
In great variety ?te-, f**n
ol style and price 't?H\ ^*-s
?.G. SELLE wN^?
111 FULTON ST.
New York.
CARPET CLEANING
CARBT?, CARPET ?l.K-VMNO CO.?Clean? h?
ooinpre??<-tl ?ilr. tea:?.. l.m.d or on Hoot. 15M
Broad**-, 421 Kaat 4*Ul tat LOK & BltANDT.
Ttla-pttoi.e 1:2?s?tii.
DIAMONDS
DIAM0XD8 P.OfOIiT ai,t! HOLD for a-a-?i. a1*fl<j?
fre?. BENNETT, ITS. firoadway. third floor
TYPEWRITERS ,
rrPEWRITERS RENTED
ALL Hake? TERMS ARRANGED,
Initial Payment Applies if fur-haae-*.
CORONA SALES CO. fc?"-'i1&a
531 FULTON ST. ^?SkV/^
T V P K W It I T E It S R E N T K D
2 Month? 16. Non-vlilbles.
?', Month- ?7 50 Visible?.
THE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE.
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LOOT, FOUND AM) REWARDS
I OST BANKBOOK*
LOOT.?passbook No, 129,080, Ihmum] by the
Union Square Bavin*? Bank, formerly
the Institution for the Savings of M.-r
1 hant?' c;. rk't. finder win pita?**) return
it to the bunk.
LO0T^?Bankbook No, 722,637 of the Union
Wiiri':- Havln?? Dank I? -(?Siialrn*;. Any
perwen having a claim to ft i? hereby
catl-ad upon to present the tame v,;ti*)i, i?-i?
a!**'/? or submit to liavlfiff th*- Kitl<l pass?
book '*ar?'.? iJ"i| an(3 a new on? issued.
//?HT.?Bankbook No, 717,mo of the ';<-r
man Bavin** Bank In if.. City .,r ? ?,.-,-,
York. Payment ?teppeal Please return
book to 1,-1.'-:
NOTICE TO CKEDITOBg
TO WHOM. IT MAV CONCERN; VVK W(/,i(
a-ai-ll at ptjt,iii- auction on May !.',, rm, at
M? h wane's Van A Delivery Co., No. f,f,o
?Bast Mtb ?t., an goods *?tcr**j i? the fol
lowing eemaai Mr?. Chapman, /< /ones.
Mr?, McCarthy, ?Ar Kuliivan, Lein? Beck,
M/. Wiewaln, Mr, k. Brennen, the above
?har?*? 0/ otM ?ear or *-v,r*> being unpaid,
S-CHWARZ'S ii'rOHAGK WAREHOUSE.
Jews to End Drive To-night
$500,000 for Charities Ex-'
pected To Be Raised
Supreme Court Justice Edward La
! zansky was the chief speaker last night
I at the mass meeting in the drive for
j the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish
Charities, held in Stone Avenue Tal?
mud Torah. The drive will be finished
i to-night with a meeting in the Unity
; Club. No figures were announced yes
; terday, but it was believed that the
: ?,")00,000 goal of the campaign would be
j reached.
Magistrate Alexander II. (?cismar
l told of the necessity for raising large
; sums of money. lie said that at pres?
ent there were S00 children in the
I Brooklyn Hebrew Orphan Asylum and
' that room must be provided for more.
. He added that the Jewish Hospital had
cared for more than 60,000 patients and
! was in need of funds. AU the speakers
j emphasized the need for patriotism at
j this time and urged the purchase of
? Liberty bonds. Other speakers were
1 Samuel Rottenberg, Moses Ginsberg,
I Abraham Kaplan and the Rev. H.
Maslianski.
RESORTS
THE: MOST ATTRACTIVE COUNTRY HOTEL
NEAR NEW YORK CITY
GARDEN CITY, LONG ISLAND
One of the most exclusive Hotels In Amerloa.
A combination of country life ami metropolitan
luxury seldom found; conducted on the Aman?
ean pint-, with a handsome n la carte restau?
rant for lin- convenience of motorists. Th?
llu?t'l Management lia.-; recently purchased
till: SALISBURY LINKS
an oxceltc-'t IS -hole golf course, free to guest?
of the lintel.
Ill Miles from N. T. : frequent electric train
servie? from Penn. Station
J. J. LANNIN CO., Prop?.
II
THE LCADlffQ RES0HT MOUSE OF THE WML?
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
"THE NA riONS HEALTH ?HOK
HEALTH IS CfPICIKNCV
A Oermicide Qutf-stream-ta-mpererf Climate.
No Slush. No Du?t. No Dirt. Innumerable
Outdoor Retrrcatijna and Indoor FTrttertalnmcnta
team iM? Management JOS-uhwuiussousc-Q.
ATLANTIC CITY.
HOSPITABLE - HOMELIKE
INSTRUCTION
NEW YOKK?Manila.tnn
EERLITZ
SCHOOL
28 Wwt S4th Streit
Brooklyn:
218 Livingston Street
TERMS MAT BE BEGUN AT ANY TIME.
guages
SWIMMING.
LEARN TO SWIM
BEFOBE THE SUMMEB
( i Three Hied daylight' pools^l
i -Dalton Swimming Schoo!^^
i 10-25 WEST 44TH ST. /&r
S08-310 WEST 5?TH ST. ffT
1 "\ritc for Booklet A. *-*?.?
I -
SCHOOL AGENCIES
American and Foreign Teachers' Atenc-f,?
Supplies Professors. Teachers, Tutors,
Governesses, etc., lo Colleges, .Schools and
Familia;?. Applv to Mrs. M. J. YOUNG
FULTON. 23 Union Square.
STORAGE NOTICES
The Independent Storage Co., !
1317 Thiral Avenue, New York City, N. Y.
To Messrs. W. E. Graham, A. Henry, |
Martin Lang, Frank Blazo, R. Sotnick,
Mathews, A. <?. Hllday. Thomas Boamak
ion, Mrs. Cathrlne Murphy, II, Jester,
Emma Brandner, Elizabeth Feeney: YOU'
arc hereby notified thai the storage charges
I being dut* and the time for the payment
| of our lien therefor.? upon the household
I goods, personal effects and merchandise
stored by you in our warehouse having ex?
pired, und due noli.? thereof having been
given you. we will Cause said household
! goods, personal effects and merchandise
| to bo Sold m public auction at our ware
? house, 1317 Third Avenue, Borough of
; Manhattan, Now York City, N. V., on April
2-d, 1918, at 10 A. M., to satisfy our lien
] In accordance with the statute in such
i casts made and provided, and In accord?
ance with the terms of the special con
i tracts entered Into between you and the
! undersigned company.
Dated, New York City, N. V.. Apr. 1, 1918.
i THE INDEPENDENT STORAGE CO..
By JULIUS H ERZFELD, Manager.
CHANGE OF NAME
SUPREME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY
? In th" matter of the Application of
THE GERMAN-AMERICAN HANK for
authority to chang.e its name to THE
CONTINENTAL HANK OF NEW YORK
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that THE
GERMAN-AMERICAN BANK, a domestic
corporation organized under the Banking
Law of the State of New York, and hav?
ing its principal business oflice in the Bor?
ough of Manhattan, City of New York,
County of New York ami State of New
Y'*rk, will apply to the Supreme Court of
the State of Nt -.v York, ?it. ?i Special Term
'hereof to be held at the County Court
House, In the Borough of Manhattan, City
of N't w York, County and Slate of New
York, o**i the 30th day of .April, 1918, at
10:15 o'clock In the forenoon of that day,
or as stion thereafter us counsel can be
heard, for an order authorizing saltl cor?
poration to change 11 h corporate nani" to
THE CONTINENTAL HANK OF NEW
YORK.
Dated: New York City, April 2ml. 1918.
THE GERMAN-AMERICAN HANK,
By ALBERT TAU, President.
WINGATE & CILLKN. Attorneys for
Petitioner, Office and P. O. Address, 20
Nassau Street, Borough of Manhattan,
City of New York.
LEGAL NOTICES
' SUPREME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY,
? In the Matter of the ?Application of Tho
German American Building and Loan Asso
I elation of the City or New York, for leave
to ant"irno tho name of THE ENTERPRISE
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
NOTICE I? hereby given that The German
American Building nnd Loan Association o?
, the ijfty of New York, a domestic corpora
! tion, having Its principal office nnd place of
business In the Borough of Manhattan, City,
County and State of New York, will present
a petition to the Supremo Court of the state
: lit New York, at a Special Term 1'art I
thereof, to be held at the court House, In
the County of New York, on the 23rd tiny of
i April, 1918, m 10:15 o'clock In the forenoon
I of Hint, day, or om soon thereafter as counsol
can i.e heard for an order permitting tho
uni I corporation to 'hange lin name und to
assume the name of "The Enterprise Sav?
ings and Loan Association," anil for such
other relief an to the Court at that umu may
stern Just and proper.
Dated, March ZUth, 1918
Yours, etc.,
Jit VI NO W. DIMELOW, Attorney for
Petitioner. Office and Post Office Ad?
dress, -",2 Wall Street, Borough of
Manhattan, City of New York.
SURROGATES' NOTICES
j IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDElt OF
Honorai-l? jobo i*. Cohulan, a Surrogate
; of the County of New York. NOTic? i*
hereby given to ?ll person? having ??aim?
! hK'-'Ui-.'l K'iwnral Do NoyellOS, Ittto of the
County o? New York, deceased, to proeent
the ?ame with voucher? thereof lo tb<> Hub
?i ribe'i, at pi??'*? of transacting business, at
th<? office ot their attorney, John M. Ruck.
tin. 99 Nassau Street, in the City of Nnw
' York, on or before tho 20th day of May,
l*"*!-*!
Dated, New York, tho 10th day of No?
! veml" r, 1917. j
ri'ArW.i'.H K8TELLK DK NOVELLE?, j
1 UkUHY ?f LLIUi. Executor?.
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Telephone 5170 Hanover. 82 Wall Hire?.
"THE PUBLIC BE PLEASED."
Bay a Liberty Bond Now.
5
PROVIDENCE & $1.90
ALL Ol'TSIIVE STATEROOMS, $1 to $3.
Week days nn?l Sundays <it 5:30 P. M. from
Pier 3D, N, H., foot West Houston St.
'Phone Spring 0401.
Worcester,$2.60; Providence direct,$1.75
OUTSIDE STATEROOMS, $1.00.
Daily, including Sunday, 5:30 P. M.
From Pier 19, K. R. Phone -7'??) Beekman
City Ticket Offlce, 290 Broadway, N. Y.
TO BOSTON $4.00
Strs. lv. Pier 14. N. R., ft. Fulton St.,
dally nt f. P. M. Music.
NEW LONDON (NORWICH) EINE. Str. Its
Pier 40, N. It., Houston St. wk. days only, 5:30
P. M I.V. Pier 70. K. lt.. E. 12(1 St.. 6 P. M.
SURROGATES' NOTICE.
IX PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON
orable .lohn P. Cohalan, i? Surrogate of
the County of New York, NOTICE is here?
by given to ?ill persons having claims
against Hugo Adelberto Thomsen, late of
the County of New York. ?loci ised, to pre?
sent the same with vouchers thereof to the
(subscribers, at their place of transacting
business, at th?* office of Wingate .?.: Cullen,
N... 20 Nassau Sti*t?et, In the City of New
York. or-at Uie office of Carroll Berry, No.
l.sn Broadway, in the City <?f New York,
on er before the ioth day of October next.
Dated New York, the 1st day of April,
191S.
.Tuana P. H. Thomsen,
Henry Alfredo Thorns? n;
Charles Arthur Thomsen,
Robert Gilbert Valentine ?Thomsen,
Executors.
CARROLL BERRY, Attorney for Juana
P. B. Thomsen, l??o Broadway, New
York City.
WINGATE & CULLEN, Attorneys for
Henry?Alfredo Thomsen, ?-bar?es Ar?
thur Thomsen and Kobe? Gilbert Val?
entine Thomsen, 20 Nassau Street, New
York, N. Y
CARPENTIER. HORACE W?IN PURSU
ance <?f an order of Honorable John P.
Cohalan, a Surrogate of the County of
New York, notice la hereby given to all
persons having claims against Horace W.
Carpentier, late of the County of New
York, deceased, to prisent the same, with
vouchers thereof, to the siil.scrib.-rs. nt
their place of transacting business, at Lin?
coln Trust Company, No. 204 Fifth Ave?
nue, Borough of Manhattan. New York
? City, on or before the- 20th ?lay of Octo
; 1..-I- next.
I Date?! New York. April 12. 1918.
LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY, '
CAROLINE li. CROCKER,
I CORTLANDT S. VAN RENSSELAER,
i Temporary Administrators.
i CADAVALADER, WICKBRSHAM &
I TAFT, Attorneys for Temporary Ad?
ministrators. No. 40 Wall Street, Bor
I .muh of Manhattan, New York City.
i MIDDLEBROOK & BORLAND, Attor
' neys for Temporary Administrators,
No. 40 Cedar Street, Borough of Man?
hattan, New York City.
IN PTJRSUANE OF AN ORDER OF HON
ORABLE JOHN P. COHALAN, a Surro?
gate of the County of New York,
notice is hereby given to all persons hav?
ing claims against llovhannes Topra
hanian, late of the County .?f New York,
deceased, to present tho sanie, with
vouchers' thereof to the subscriber, at her
place of transacting business at tue ofllce
of her attorney, Sumpad H. Saraflan, No
37C Warburton Aw., Yonkers, N. Y., on
or before the 10th ?lay of July next.
Dated. New York, the 7lh day of Janu?
ary. 191S.
MARGRET SHAY TOPP. A BANIAN.
Administratrix.
SUMPAD H. SARAFIAN. Attorney for
Administratrix, 370 Warburton Ave.,
Yonkers, N. Y.
I BTAPLETON, MARY.?IN PURSUANCE OF
1 an order of Honorable John P. Cohalan,
a Surrogate of trie County of New York
notice Is hereby given to all persons having
claims against Mary Stapleton, late of the
County of New York, deceased, to present
the sam?-, with vouchers thereof, to the sub
' Bcrlbcr, at his place of transacting business,
. nt tho ofllce of his attorneys, Emmet & Par
1 Ish, No. ."?2 Wall St ret. Borough of Manhat
. tan, In the City of New York, on or before
? the 31st day of August next.
Dated New York, the 19th (Jay oi Febru?
ary. L918.
. JOSEPH K. SAVAGE,
Executor.
EMMET & PARISH, Attorneys for Execu
i tor, r,2 Wall Street, Borough of Mannat
; tan, City of New York. :
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
Honorable John P. Cohalan, a Surrogate
of the County of New York. NOTICE Is
hereby >;lv?-'i to all persons having claims
against Louise Thcckla Koesch, also known
as Thekla Itm-.ic.li, also spelled R?sch, late
of the County of Now York, deceased, to
i present the s.im-- with vouchers thereof to
tho subscriber, at her place of transacting
business, at ah'- office of John t!. Dyer, No.
51 Chambers Street, l.i tho City of Now
York, on or before tho Cth day of May.
1918, next. *
Dated, New York, the 30th day of Octo?
ber. 1917.
OLGA REIHER, Administratrix.
JOHN <:. DYER, Attorney for Adminis?
tratrix, ?U Chambers Stre.-t, Now York
City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF 1ION
orable John P, Cohalan, a Surrogate of the
County "f New York,
NOTICE h? hereby given to all persons hav?
ing claims against Charles J. Follmer, late
.,! the county of New York, deceased, t>. pre
s?-nt the same with vouchers thereof to the
subscribed, at place "f transacting business,
at tho office ??r Blgelow <t Wise, No. 15 Win
lam str.-.-t, in Tho City of New York, on or
before tho 2'nh day <.r October next.
Dated, NOW York, th?? 5th ?lay of April, 1918
WILLIS M. FOLLMER,
CLAUDE i; THOMPSON,
Executors,
BICELOW & WISE, Attorney? for Ex
. . ui.ru, 15 William Street, Borough of
Manhattan, N?-w York City.
CARROLL, ci,ABA L. : ?N PUR8UANCE
of an order of Honorable JOHN p CO?
HALAN, a Surrogate <.f IhO County of New
York, NOTICE Is hereby ?Ivon t?> all persons
having claims against Clara L. Carroll, latu
of the County <?r New York. ilcci-uued, ?o
prevent the same with vouchora thereof to
th.- subscriber nt lis placo of transacting
business, No. ?so Broadway, in iho city of
New York, <>u or before tho 151 h duy or
July next.
Dated, New York, the ?th day of January
191N
UNION TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YOIIK.
Kleeuto:-.
Miller, King, Lan?? A Trnfford, Attorney*
for BXeCUtOr, HO Broadway, Bon.null of
Manhattan, New York City,
SURROGATES' NOTICES I
PARISH, HENRY-.-?IN PURSUANCE OV
an order of Honorable John P. Cohalan. I
a Surrogate of th? County of New York. |
NOTICE i3 hereby given to all persona j
having <:laims against Henry Parish, late
of the County of New York, deceased, to
present the same with vouchers thereof to
the subscribers, at their place of trans?
acting business, the office of Grenvllle T. !
Emmet, their attorney. No. 52 Wall Street,
In the City of New York, on or before tha
15th day of May next.
Dated. New York, the 30th day of Octo?
ber, 191V.
HENRY PARISH.
EDWARD C. PARISH.
Ex?cutera
GRENVILLE T. EMMET.
Attorney for Executors.
Ofiic-* an?/! Post Office address. 62 Walt
Strc'-t, Borough of Manhattan, City of
New York
? IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
Honorable John P. Cohalan, a. Surrogate
of the County of New York, NOTICE la
hereby/given to all persona having claims
againat Albert W. Scholle, late of the
County of .New York, deceased, to present
the same with vouch? rs thereof to the sub?
scribers at their place of transacting busi?
ness. ;? t the ofllce ..f Messrs. Kurzman,
Ottlnger .?i Frank, :\?. 26 Broad Street, In
the City ?if New Y\d*, on or before the
I 15th day of July n>-x?.
Dated, New York, tho 27th clay of De
! cember, 1917.
WILLIAM D. SCHOLLE,
FREDERICK SCHOLLE,
ALEXANDER HERMAN,
SEYMOUR P. KURZMAN.
Executors.
KURZMAN, OTTINGER & FRANK, At?
torneys for Executors, No. 25 Broad
L Street, New York City.
W.-a-.
t BRUNS. HINRICH (sometimes known as
1 HENRY BRUNS).?In pursuance of an
order of the Honorable John P. Cohalan,
a Surrogate of the County of New York,
notice is hereby given to all persons hav?
ing claims against Hinrlch Brnns (some?
times known as Henry Bruns), late of the
County of New Y'ork, deceased, to present
?he fin.mo, with vouchers thereof, to the
! subscribers, at their place of transacting
I business, the ofllce of their attorneys,
; Babe .?i Keller, Esqs., rumber 258 Broad
: way, Manhattan, In the City of New York,
I on or before the 5lh day of July next.
Dated December 24, 1917.
GESINE BRUNS,
ANNA BRUNS,
Ex?cutrices.
! RABE .?- KELLER.
Attorneys for Ex?cutrices.
I 258 Broadway. Manhattan. Now York City.
! NAEGELI, MARIE JOSEPHINE. ? IN
i PURSUANCE OF A.N ORDER of Hon
I orable John P. Cohalan, a Surrogate of
: the County of New York, NOTICE is here?
by given to all persons having claims
? against Marie Josephine Naegeli, late of
| the County of New York, deceased, to pre?
sent the same with vouchers thereof to the
; subscribers, at their place of transacting
business, the office of B'andy, Mooney &
Shiprnan, No. 37 Wall Street, Manhattan,
In the City of Nov.- York, on or before tha
? 10th (lay of July next.
Dated, New York, the 21st day of De
: comber, 1 917.
JEAN C. NAEGELI.
LAURENCE LANE MOORE.
Executors.
BLANDY. MOONEY & SHIPMAN.
I Attorneys for Executors.
j TEETS. ARTHUR.?IN PURSUANCE OF !
an order of Honorable John P. Cohalan '
] a Surrogate of the County of New York '
? notice Is hereby giv.-n to all person's having '
i claims against Arthur Teets, late of the '
i County Of New York, deceased, to present
i the same with vouchers thereof to the sub- !
h fibers, at their place of transacting bust- :
ness. at the ofllce of their attorneys. Emmet '
A- Parish, No. 52 Wall Street. Borough of
Manhattan, in the City of New York, on or ?
before the 31st day of August next.
Dated New York, th. 19th day of Febru
ary, i9is.
ALBERT TEETS,
MINNIE L. EMMONS,
Executors.
EMMET & PARISH, Attorneys for Execu- j
tors, r?2 Wall Street, Borough of Man
j hattan. City of New Y'ork.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
Honorable John P. Cohalan, a Surrogate
, of the County of New York. NOTICE ta
; hereby given to all persons having claims
: af-ralnst Joseph W. Cushman, late of the
: County of Now York, deceased, to present
? the same with vouchers thereof to the sub
Bcrlbers, .it place of transacting business of
i ?he executors, care of Stetson, Jennings ft
Russell, No. IS Broad Sti.et, In the City
of New Y'ork, on or before the 15th day of
, May next.
Dated. New Y'ork, the 2nd day of Novem
1 ber, 1917.
FRANCES J. CUSHMAN.
HELEN M. VAN BOKKELEN
WILLAR? V. KINO.
EDWARD R. GREENE.
Executors.
' IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
Honorable John P. Cohalan, a Surrogate
j of the County of New York, NOTICE is
I hereby given to all persons having claims
I against Frederick W. Klemm, late of the
County of New York, deceased, to present
the some with vouchers thereof to the
subscribed, at place of transacting busl
a ness. Alfred Hughes, No. 102 West G7th
Street, in the City of New York, on or
before the 15th day of October next
I Dated, New York, the 8th day of April
1918.
LIZZIE CIBLER and
.iolIN c. SCHMACKE,
Executors.
ALFRED HUCHES, Attorney for Execu?
tors, 102 West ?17th St.
WATTS. ROBERT.-IN PURSUANCE OF AN
order of Honorable John P. Cohalan a sur?
rogate of the County-of New York, n?tl?e Is
?hereby given to all persons having claims
ngalnst Robert Watts, late of the County of
New York, deceased, to present the same with
vouchers therefor, to .he subscriber at its
place of transacting business, No. 160 Broad?
way, In the Borough of Manhattan of the
City of New York, on or before the 15th day
of June n?'Xl.
Dated, New Y'ork, tho 10th day of Decent
?-A'V?ERS TITLE AND TRUST COM
PA NY. Executors.
D.-an Tracy i.-. McBarron, Attorneys for
Executor. No. 160 Broadway, Bo-ough
of Manhattan. New York City S
KING, THEODORE F. ?IN PURSUANCE
of an order of Honorable John P Co?
halan, a Surrogate of the County of ' New
York. NOTICE is hereby given to all dot
sons having claims against Theodore F
King, late of the County of New York'
deceased, to present tho same with vouch
of transacting business, the office of his
attorneys. Todd .?I- St. John, Esos No 258
Broadway. Manhattan, In The City of New
York, on or before the 10th day of October
Dated, New York, the 3d day of Anril
1018 DANIEL C. ADAMS, Executor
Todd & ST. JOHN, Attorneys for Execu?
tor. 2a,s Broadway, Manhattan, New
i ork City.
BRAND, CARRIE,?IN PURSUANCE OF !
an order of Hon. John P. Cohalan a!
Surrogate of the County of New York no?
tices is hereby given to all persona 'havine
claims against Carrie Brand, late of the
County of New York, deceased, to present
the same with vouchers thereof to the sub?
scriber, at his place of transacting busi?
ness, at th<- office of Ralph II. Raphael
No. 220 Broadway. In the Borough of Man?
hattan, City of New York, on or before
Ihn 15th day of October next. ""ore
Dated, New York. April 8th, 191S
HERMAN BRAND, Executor
RALPH II. RAPHAEL, Attorney for Ex
Manhattan, N.-w York <*ity,
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF IION
orable John P. Cohalan, a surrogate "of
the County of New York,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all per?
sons having claims against Alice .Maud BIJur
? lato of the County of .New Y'ork, deceased'
| to present the same with vouchers thereof to
the subscriber at Us place of transactinc
business, No. MO Broadway, Borough of
Manhattan. In the City of New Y'ork on or
before the 2?'lh day of August next
Dated. .New York, tho thirteenth day of
February, 1918. * '
GUARANTY TRUST COaMPANY OF NEW
Y'ORK, Executor.
Stetson, Jennings k Russell, Attorneys for
Executor, 15 Broad street. New Y'ork
; LN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
Honorai.le John P. Cohalan, a Surrogate
j of the County of New Y'ork. NOTICE Is
her? by given to all persons having claims
against Alfred R. Conkling, late of th.
County of New York, .].ceased, to present
, the same with vouchers thereof to tha
subscribers at tho ofllce of John C. Tomlln
son, Esq.. attorney for tho executors No
16 Broad Street, In the City of Now York'
on or before the 20th day of .May. 1918 ^
Dated, New York, the 12th day of'No?
vember, 1917.
ALFRED C. COXE, Jr
RICHARD A. ZEKEOA,
JOHN C. TOMLINSON. Attorney0 for'pix
ecutora, 15 Hr..ad Street. New York City.
SIMQN, THERESE.?IN PURSUANCE OF
an order of Honorable John P. Cohalan
a Surrogate of the County of New Vorlr
NOTICE Is hereby given to all persons
having ?hums against THERESE SIMON
lute of the County of New York, deceased'
to pr?si>nt the same with vouchers tin-roof
to th?? subscriber, at his place ,?t transact?
ing business, No, 41 Park Row, Borough ?f
Manhattan, city of New York, on or be-I
for? the 20th ?lay of July next.
Dated, New York, Hi?? 81st day of n?.
tcnihi.r, 1917.
WILLIAM A. WIGHT. Executor
LANMA.N CROSBY, Attorn.-y for Exn?*u- :
tor. No. 2 Roctor Street, Borough of
Manhattan. New York City. I
AUCTION SALES
A ink COLLECTION OF POSTAGE STAMPS
will ho ?old ?i Th., CoUootoW ?lui,, v?<> w,
.?th Ml., on April 1?, ID ?nd I?, at 8 p m I
WaUaTFJi a. HC--TT. ?ua?anast, I
FORECLOSURE SALES
SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW
YORK.?Frederick Peterson, Plaintiff,
against Fourth Leasehold, Inc., Abraham
Sonken, et al., Defendants.
In pursuance of a judgment of foreclos?
ure nnd sale, duly maaie nnd entered in tho
above-entitled action anil bearing date the
12th day of April. 191S. I, the undersigned,
tho referee in said judgment named, will
sell at public auction, at the Exchange
Salesroom, Non. 14-16 Vesey Street, in the
Borough of Manhattan, City of New York,
on the Sth day of May, 191S, at 12 o'clock
noon on that day, by Henry Brady, auc?
tioneer, the premises directed by said judg?
ment to be sold, and therein described as
follows:
ALL that plot or parcel of land, with
the improvements thereon, situate in the
Borough of Manhattan. City of New York.
known as No. 4 West 50th Street, bounded
and (described as follows:
COMMENCING at a point In the south?
erly side of Fiftieth Street distant one
hundred and twenty-five feet westwnrdly
from the corner formed hVtht' intersection
of the southerly side of said street with
the westerly side of Fifth Avenue, thence
runnirg southwardly parallel with the
Fifth Avenue one hundred feet ami five
inches, thence wefetwardly parallel with
Fift.lt th Street twenty-seven feet, thence
northwardly parallel with the Fifth Ave?
nu.? one hundred feet und Ave Inches to
Fiftieth Stre.t. and thence eastwardly
along tho southerly side of Fiftieth Street
twenty-seven feet tit the place of begin?
ning.
Subject to any state of facts which P.n
accurate survey would show and subject
to the rents, covenants, conditions and
provisions mentioned In a certain indenture
of lease executed to the parta* of the* sec?
ond part (the said Frederick Peterson) by
the Trustees of Columbia University in the
Cltv of New York (formerly the Trustees
of Columbia College In the City Of New
York), dated June 24, 1907, anal recorded
In the office of the Register of the County
of New York on the 4th day of October.
1907, in Liber 142, page lf,4. and indexed
under Block 1.265, Section 5, on' the Land
Map of the City of New York, and sub?
ject to all existing mortgages of said prem?
ises.
Dated, New York, April l,".th, 191S.
JAMES A. LYNCH. Referee.
BUTLER. WYCKOFF & CAMPBELL,
Attorneys tor Plaintiff, 54 Wall Street,
Borough of Manhattan, New York City.
The following is a diagram of the. prop?
erty to be sold; Its street number Is 4
West 50th Street.
West 50th Street.
The approximate amount of the lien or
charge, to satisfy which the above-de?
scribed property Is to be sold, is $10,514.30,
with Interest thereon from the 11th day
of April, 1918, together with costs antl al?
lowances amounting to $354.30,' with inter?
est from April 12th. 191S, together with
th** expenses of the sale. The approximate
amount of the taxes, assessments and
water rates, or other liens, which are to
be allowed to the purchaser out c>( the
purchase money, or paid by the Referee,
is $82 and interest.
Dated, New York, April 15th, 1918.
JAMES A. LYNCH. Referee.
SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW
YORK.?175TH STREET HOLDING
CO., INC., Plaintiff, against F. F. FREE?
HOLD ESTATES, INC., et al., Defendants.
No. 3661.3/1917
In pursuance of a judgment of foreclos?
ure and sale, duly made and entered in the
above-entitled action and bearing date the
22nd day of March, 1918, I. the under?
signed, the referee In said judgment
named, will sell at publie auction, at the
Exchange Salesroom, No. 14-16 Vesey
Street. In the Borough of Manhattan. City
of New York, on the 22nd day of April,
191S, at 12 o'clock noon on that day. by
Joseph P. Day. Auctioneer, the premises
directed by said judgment to be sold, and
therein described as follows: ALL those
two certain plots, pieces or parcels of land,
situate, lying ami being in the Borough of
Manhattan, of the City of New York. In
the County and State of New York, known
antl designated on a certain map dated
May 17, 1909, anil filed In the office of the
Register of the County ot New York on :
said May 17, 1909, as map number 1338 |
anil entitled -'Map of 55 plots containing
239 lots the property of Fort Washington '
und Buena Vista Syndicate." Made by G. ;
C. & A. E. Wheeler. C, H'., as plots Num- ;
b.rs 33 and 34.
Dated, New York. March 27. 1918.
WILLIAM C. ARNOLD. Refere".
ARNSTEIN & LEVY, Attorneys for.
Plaintiff, 12S Broadway. Borough of ?
Manhattan. New York City.
Th.- following Is a diagram of tho prop- ;
erty to be sold:
West 181st St. ;
lA*"
?-,.''?'
&V1"-*
*.i\*
so'
t.tv<V-?l?
-,V??
S3
239.61
? 55
The approximate amount of the Hen or
charge, to satisfy which the above-de
scribed property Is to be sold, is J?,S9,150 S3
with Interest thereon from the Sth day of
March, 191S, together with the costs "and !
allowance amounting to $352.95, with In-I
tercst from March 22, 19IS. together with
the expenses of the suit?. The approximate
amount of the taxes, assessments and
water rates, or other Hens, which are to
be allowed to the purchaser out of the |
purchase money, or pah! by the Referee, is i
$11,468.20 .-nul interest.
Dated, New York, March 27, 1118
WILLIAM C. ARNOLD, Referee.
SuAkME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW
YORK?William II. Schmidt, plaintiff,
against Gaetano Riccio et al., defendants.
In pursuance of a judgment of foreclos?
ure antl sale, duly mad" and entered In th"}
above entitled action, and bearing date the
14th day of March, 1918, I, the under?
signed, the referee In said judgment
tamed, will sell at public auction, at tho
Exchange Salesroom, No. 14-16 Vesey
Street, In the Borough of Manhattan, City
of New Y'ork, on the 15th day of April,
1918, at 12 o'clock noon on that day, by
Joseph P. Day, auctioneer, the premises
directed by said Judgment to be sold, and
therein described as follows:
"All that certain lot, piece or parcel of
land, situate, lying and being In the Bor?
ough of Manhattan, City, County and State
of New York, with the building and im?
provements thereon erected, lying In sec?
tion 6, block No. 1687, on the Land Map of
tho City of New York, and bounded and i
described as follows; Beginning at a point?i
on the northerly?slde of 115th Street dis-i
tant two hundred (200) feet westerly from!
th" northwest corner of First Avenue and I
115th Street; theme northerly, and parallel
with First Avenue and part of the distance
through a party wall, one hundred feet
ten Inches (100-10"); thence westerly, and,
parallel with 115th Street, twtvity-five (25) |
feet; thence southerly, and again parallel
with First Avenue and part of the distance |
through a party wall, one hundred (100)!
feet ten (10) lneh"s to the northerly side i
of 115th Street; thence easterly, along the
same, twenty-five (25) feet to the point or
place of beginning. Be said several ills- ;
tances and dimensions more or less.
"Being the same premises which were !
conveyed to Gaetano R?celo by Vincent
Garofalo ami wife by deed dated Septem?
ber 1, 1903, antl recorded September 4, !
1903. In Llb'r 76, section 6. Cp. 432, in the'
office of the Register of New York County."
Dated New York, March 19th, 1918.
WARD D WILLIAMS. Referee. |
GEORGE W. SMYTH,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
53 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan,
City of New Y'ork.
The following Is a diagram of the prop?
erty to be sold; Its street number Is 333,
East 115th Street:
200'
115th ST RUFT
The approximate amount of the lien or
charge to satisfy which the above de?
scribed property Is lo be sold, l8 sixteen
thousand eight huiidr.-d olghtv-lwo and
23-100 dollars ($16 882 23), with Interest
from th- 7th day of March, 1!)1H.
>sts ami allowance
iimouni.iig to three hundred thirty
together with
tin
100 dollars <-33L05). with Interest Yr??.
14th dny of March, I91S, together with the
expenses of the sale. The approximate
amount of the taxes, assessments ami
water r?*'"?/;r other liens, which are to bo
allowed to the purchaser out of tho nur
<.1V,.rV110',"-!'',or Pald hy iUo referee. Is
$463.23 nnd Interest,
Dated New York. March 19lh 11)18
WARD D. WILLIAMS." Referee.
SHERIFF'S AUCTION SALES
HENRY BRADY. Sheriff's .Auctioneer scIIh
this day. Monday, April 15th, 1018 at
NO. 80 City Hall Place. ?*0 (1) ?afo, typSS
writer, rolltop tlesk. chairs, etc Goods
liniMi bo removed Immediately after the
sab*.
DAVID H. KNOTT. Sheriff
WALTER T. FITZSIMMONS, M,,erlrr
De-outy Sheriff.
HELP WANTED MALE
ABLE SEAJD3N,
BOATSWAINS,
COAL PASSERS.
DECK BOYS,
FIREMEN,
MARINE OILERS,
MESS BOYS,
ORDINAKY SEAMEN,
SHIP CARPENTERS,
WATER TENDERS,
experienced, for foreign and coast
ivise trade: must show proof of pre?
vious experience ; have passport
a."d identification card. Apply t'.
R. SHIPPING ttOAItli. SHIPPING
BUREAU. 5 Greenwlcli St.. near
Battery Place, New York City. Of?
ficia open everj* day. Including Sun?
days, from 7 a. m.
ROY to work In newspaper office: good
salary and a good opportunity of?
fered to a hoy who can hustle; goatd
salary to* start. Apply Room 310.
Tribuno Building. 154 Nassau st.
OFFICE HOY, Christian, in busv law office; must
he i.eat antl willing. Room 1.40S. 277 Broadway.
SALESMEN.?Newspaper, premium and magazine
?talesmen; just starting big campaign on largo
newspaper. Apply Room S12, Tribune Building.
TOOLMAKERS.
FIRST CLASS EXPERIENCED Ml'.-*'.
WE WOltK -Is HOURS PER WEEK
PAY TIME AND A HALT FOU OVERTIME.
If yon desire ?i steady position at highest rute of
wages in ?rst class, up-to-date shop apply imme?
diately.
THE SIMMS MAGNETO COMPANY,
BLOOMF1ELD, N. .1.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
AT MISS HOFMAYER7S AGENCY
Coolts, kltchenmaltls, laundresses, chambermaids,
wait reuses, nurses, maids, nursery governess, ?tupies,
useiuan, caretaker.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
CHAUFFEURS.?City or country : good references.
Lohti's Agency, 77 East 125?1 st. Harlem 5515.
PAINTER - PAPERHANGER - PLASTERER want?
work from landlords, real estate; good werk; rea
sonable, .laeohson, 333 East 77th st. Lenox 2968.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE""
?GOVERNESS (English); 4 years last place: highly
recommended. Miss Shaughnessy's Agency, 17
; West 4-Jd St._
DOMESTIC? SITUATIONS WANTED
MALE
BUTLER,?Belgian: no objection largo family; also
young Swedish butler; best reference. Jusslla
Agency, 653 Lexington ave. l'laza 4453.
BUTLER-VALET.?Useful : thoroughly experienced ;
best referet tes; conn ry. Miss Shaugliia'ssy's
Agency, 17 West 42d st.
CHAUFFEUR ? Useful, single, capable young
American; mechanic; $65: country preferred; ei-.
cellent references. Miss Shea's Agency. 30 East
42d st. Murray Hill 6774.
CHAUFFEUR-GARDENER. ? Neat, smart, young
Irishman, married, one child; competent, trust
worth.*; very desirable; excellent references. Mrs.
Mason's Agency, 131 West 42d st.
COUPLE.?Finnish cook and butler; experience;
best rofcrciu-c. Jusslla Agency, 653 Lexington
are. Plaza 1453.
FINNISH COUPLE.?Cook, outler; city, country.
Lctitl's Agency, 77 East 125th st. Telephone
551.1 Harlem.
GARDENER-FARMER.?Married; cottage; capable
all round country man; Irish; $50; best personal
references. .Miss Shea's Agency, 3U East 42d St.
Murray Hill 6774.
HOUSEWORKER.?Man. Hollander, capable cook
ami butler; $60: go anywhere: fine references.
Miss Shea's Agency, 30 East 42tl st. Murray Hill
6774.
POULTRYMAN. American, married, no children;
six years In present position: expert In the busi?
ness. Address Merrltt, S-l Sixth ave.
JAPANESE COOK-B1 TLER.?Long experience; has
gentl references; neat., willing. Japanese Employ?
ment Agency. 1*5 West J2d st. Telephone 3039
VaniliThHt._
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE.
A.- A.?COOK.?Young Swede; $50-$55: one year's
reference. F., .\l!-,s Ilofmayer's Agency, lu East
43d St., 3d floor. T?l?phona n:?47 Murray Hill.
CARETAKER.?-Neat, reliable, responsible couple; ;
husband employed; very desirable pair; splen?
did references. Mrs. Mason's Agency, 131 West
42d st._ Bryant 5633.
CHAMBERMAID.?Young Irish girl; good plain
seamstress; excellent city reference.--,. 1,., Miss,
Holinavcr's Agency. ID East 43d St., 3d floor'
Telephone S947 Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID (Norwegian).?Good seamstress;
neat, willing, obliging; best references. Sampson
Agency, 7M Lexington are.
COLORED COUPLE?Cook, butler; both most effi?
cient; $100; go anywhere; live years last place.
Miss Shea's Agency, 30 East 4;M st. Murray Hill
6774.
COOK and EITLER-VALET; useful; both thor?
oughly experienced; do entire work; excellent ref?
erences: citv. country. Miss Shaughiiessy's Agency.
17 W. 42d St.
COOK (young Swedish woman) ; competent, neat,
reliable; highly recommended; wages. $50. Samp?
son Agency. 731 Lcxiugton uve. Telephone Plaza
5005.
; COOK-BUTLER-VALET:?Refined, neat Hollander;
j exceptionally competent; splendid references; very
desirable; $60. Mrs. Mason's Agency, 131 West 42d
j st. Bryant 5633.
! COOK and WAITRESS, and tiouseavnrtters. cham?
bermaids; Tollable; gotxl references. Lehli's
Agency. 77 East 125th st. Telephone Harlem 5515.
COOK-LAUNDRESS.?Noat, nice, settled woman;
i small adult family; country; excellent references;
? $35. Call Mrs. Mason's Agency, 131 West 42d st'.
COOK, Finnish, with kltchenmaid or alone; also
young cook; very best reference. Jusslla Agency,
633 Lexington ave. Plaza 4453.
COOK.?Excellant family cook; good references;
economical, clean. Martha Collier's Agency, 457
41 h av.
COOK.--First class, neat, economical: excellent
manager; highest references. Collier's Agency, 457
?1th av.
COOK.?Reliable suit most exacting; $45. Heelan
Agency. 151 West 20th. Telephone Chelsea 5493.
COUPLE (Finnish); ?r*.t class chauffeur-mechanic*
wire excellent cook, economical, good manager;
splendid references; most desirable; $1<>0. Mason's
Agency. 131 West 42d st.
FINNISH COOK?In family where not more than !
three servants; will go anywhere; wages $45-$50
Coloioal Agency. 20 West 42d st. Telephone.
FIRST Class WAITRESS would llko position in '
Greenwich section; $40-$45; Al reference. Colonial
Agency, 25 West 42d st. Telephone.
HOUSEWORKER.?-Strong, reliable worker: wages
reasonable. lleelan Agency. 151 West 20th st
Telephone Chelsea 5483.
INFANT'S NURSE or child's nurse; young Swede
(IS years old): trained; one chlltl only eitv
family preferred; $35-$40. J.. Miss Hofluayer's
Agency, 10 Last 43d st., 3d floor. Telephone SU47
Murray Hill.
INFANT'S NURSE (Protestant).?Understands all
foods; excellent references; $4f*. \v . Miss Kits
Geralds Bureau. 516 Fifth ave., cor. 45th st Tela
pliouo connection.
FINNISH aiRLS, good references Lent!'? Agene?
7T E. 125th. Telephono 5515 Harlem. ***'"*?
LADY'S MAID.-Swiss Protestant: neat. nltV?ii*.
pearlng; splendid soainstronj; compotenc verv offl
1???? "uTSuTUf^ Mail"';? A"??<"-'
LAUNDRESS-CHAMBERMAID. - Unusually nlco
Mls-i Hofmioer s Agency, It) l-;ust .*?;,? st Id floor
Telephone S04T Murray Hill. ' ,o?r'
LAUNDRESS (Finnish).?Young woman; thorough?
ly experienced; excellent worker; references.
Sampson Agency. 7S1 1^-xington ave
LIGHT IIOISEWoRK ?El.lerly Protestant; compe".
ABWU-y.TT 4?h ?? : l'?""tr>' 'l''<'r,,"'-r8* CoH-ePs
SPLENDID IRISH COOK, Just loavlng, position ?1
button avi... city. Pia? Min;,.
SBAMSTItKSS.? Second maid ?ants position; ?'.
cellent Miaiiistr.*??; twig, h $35. Colonial \nncy
*.?:, Went 4"d M. Telopliono l!t"l)'
HIMTKHB.?Cook waitress" i haiiit-cnuahl $i*,.j?.
caiaiilile. young; upnnineni preferred: flr... elm*
reference-. M Im She?? Agency. 30 East 42d ,#
Murray lllll Hi. I.
TWO Glltl.a. wahrem parlormaid, $40; olirutiberT
maid, assist In pantry. ??0; capable, young, *iMxt
appearing. Miss Shea's Agency. 30 East 42ti ?t
Murray mil i.7*4
W??TREHS.?lSqual to l.utlo'r; excellent long ref"-"
eren.es: $45 $511. F., MlM llormayer'? Agency
win noor' *,5?**,?''ou*' %" Murre?
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BIRTHS
BEER?To Mr. and Mrs. Alfred K. Beer (nee |
Fanny Heller), a son, Arnold Robert, on i
April 8, Misericordia Hospital.
GLADSTONE?Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glad
stone (nee Elizabeth Babinowich), of 640 ;
West 171st st., announce the birth of a
son, April 1", at Lying-in Hospital.
LAUBHEIM- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Laub
heim (nee Sophia Ne.vmark), of 628 West
151st st., announce the birth of a daughter
on April 12 nt the Lylng-In Hospital.
SIMPSON To Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson
(nee Rose Levy?, 27)0 West 112th st., a
daughter, April 10, at Dr. Brunpr's Sana?
torium. 137th st. and Kdgecombe av.
WEINSTEIN?To Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wein?
stein (nee Augie Dukei. of 720 Riverside
Drive, a son, on April 13 at 3 p. m.
ENGAGEMENTS
ANTIN?HERZBERG?Mrs. Nettie Herzberg,
of 680 St. Nicholas av., announces the en?
gagement of her daughter, Nellie M.. to
Mr. Morris Ar.tin, of San Antonio and New
Yaork.
CARROLL- LEVY?Miss Mildred Levy, of :
700 West 178th st.. New York City, to Mr. :
Leon L. Carroll.
HAUSMAN?DAVIDOWITZ?Mr. and Mrs.
David Davidowitz, of 233 West 139th st.',
announce the engagement of their daugh?
ter, Florence, to Marx B. Hausman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. I. Hausman, Newark, N. J. -
LEVY?LEVY?Mr. nnd Mrs. I.eon Levy. 321
West 51st st., announce the engagement of
their sister. Lena, to Mr. Louis Levy, of
Newark, N. J.
OPPENHEIM?SALOMONS?Mr. nnd Mrs.
Henry Salomons announce the engagement
of their daughter, Jeanette, to David Op?
penheim.
RAUDNITZ- ALTMAYER?Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Altmayer announce the engagement
of their daughter, Beatrice, to Mr. Arnold
llaudnitz.
SUSSMAN?ROSE?Mr. and Mrs. Seaf Rose,
of 203 West 113th st., announce the en?
gagement of their daughter, Irene, to Mr.
Julius Sussman, of 35 Mount Morris Park
West. Reception April 21, 3-0. No cards. -
MARRIAGES
BREWSTER?JESSOP?Sunday, April 7, at
Litchfield, Conn., by the Rev. William J.
Brewster, Miss Marjorie Florence Jessop,
of New Haven, daughter of Mrs. Florence
Barr Jessop, to Benjamin Yates Brewster,
301st Field Artillery, U. S. A., of Port?
land, Me., son of Bishop and Mrs. Benja?
min Brewster.
CAVANAUGH? HART On April 9, 1918,
by the Rev. J. J. Lennon, at the Church of
the Sacred Heart, Highbridge, Jane Ce?
celia, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Finluy
Hart, to Thomas Francis Cavanaugh.
GREENSTONE?KATZ?Jerome S. Katz, U.
S. N., announces the marriage of his sis- ?
ter, Josie S., to Dr. Shirley Greenstone, !
April 11, 1918, by the Rev. H. Pereira '
Mondes.
HOEBER?JOYNES?On Thursday. April 11. i
at St. Paul's Church, Richmond, Va., by
the Kev. W. Russell Bowie, Julia Coggill,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levin Joynes, ;
to Captain Harold Hoeber, U. S. N. A., son \
of Mrs. Hoeber and the late Arthur Her- .
bei-, of Nutley, N. J. - I
KNIGHT-WHITNEY--At the American
Church in Paris. March 31, 1918, France3
Pierrepont, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eli
Whitney, of New Haven, Conn., to Lieuten?
ant Earl Knight, U. S. Aviation Service. -
LEATHERS -DONOHOE ? Mr. and Mr-.
Bartholomew F. Don.?hoe announce the
marriage of their daughter. Clara Dolore?,
to Lieutenant W. Harold Leathers, U. S. !
R., on March 2 in the Church of St. John .
the Evangelist, by the Rev. Father Har
ley.
SEGAL?WEINKLE?.On April 12. 1918, in!
New Y'ork City. Miss PI. J. Weinkle to Dr.
William J. Segal. - I
DEATHS "
BEMENT?On April 13, 1918. Ellen 15,
widow of Hiram Bernent, of Suffield, Conn.,
aged 68 years. I-'uneral services Monday,
April 15, at 8 p. m. Springfield (Mass.) ?
papers please copy. - ;
BERLINGHOFF?Venus E. (nee Mitten
maier), beloved wife of Henry Berlinghof, :
on April 12. Funeral services 1 o'clock 1
Monday, April 15, at 902 Cauldwell av., ?
Bronx. Kindly omit flowers.
BINGHAM?James M.. at his residence, 112'
West 77th st., on Friday. April 12. Re-I
quiem mass Monday. April 15, at 10 a. m., !
at Church of Blessed Sacrament, Broadway '
and 71st st. Kindly omit flowers.
BLOCK -Suddenly, on Friday, April 12,1918,
Leopold Block, beloved father of Mrs.
Blanche Goldstein, Mrs. Olga Schavrien and
Arthur Block. Funeral from his late resi
dence, 1186A Sterling Place, Brooklyn, on j
Monday. April 15, at 3 p. m. Interment at !
Union Fields Cemetery. - ?
BOLGER?Catherine M., on April 12, widow
of Thomas, at the residence of her daugh- !
ter, Mrs. George A. Hannigan, 60 North \
Columbus av., Mount Vernon. Funeral
Monday, April 15, from the Church of St. :
Ursula, where a requiem mass will be cele. ;
brated at 10 o'clock. Interment Calvary' ;
Cemetery. Automobile cortege. - !
BOOTH?Charles H., aged 50, April 13,1918,
at the home of his sister. Mrs. Harry
Clapp, Monterey, Mass. Funeral will be
held at St. James's Episcopal Church. Great
Harrington, Mass., April 16, at 2 :30 p. m.
Danbury papers please copy.
CLIFFORD On Saturday, April 13, Patrick:
Francis, beloved husband of Margaretta
Shea. Funeral from his late residence.
11-12 Lexington av., corner of 79th st.. on
Tuesday, April 16, at 10:30 a. m. : thence
to Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, Park av.
and 84th st. . ?
DASSORi- Frederick, aged 67 years and 6
months, beloved Cather of Beatrice l). Sait".:?
and Frederick H. Dassori. Funeral services
Monday at 2 p. m. Kindly omit flowers.
Interment private.
DATER?At her residence, 117 West f.Sth st., i
New York, on April 12, May Louise Ball,
wife of John Grant Dater and daughter of
the late John Clark l-'oote, of Boston.
Mass. Funeral services at the Church of
/".ion and St. Timothy, 334 West 57th st..
on Monday. April 15, at A o'clock p. m. In?
terment at Oakwood Cemetery, Troy, N. Y.
DEATHS
DOUTER--On Saturda^~M>7rt7?>^~^ "-?
voted husband of Rosa and d?,! "^ ?i_
father of Sophia. Albert A anTrf bt*>^
.man. Funeral from his lau, "? V01? Htn
'West End av., Monday. ?p?aTl??^
n. m. "l" ?a at lj
GOODELL April 13, Enoch A. Goo?.,, . *
nernl services Monday, April Kit L I''l}*
at his late residence, 175 Lcv?* ?"? ?.,
Troy papers please copy. "**xln8-on *?,?'
GRACE At North Tarrytown M v . *
12, 1018, Elizabeth Edwards V?f'_ ,VApr*l
T. Grace, in her 61st jw F? .^H
St. Theresa's Church on ?mdir"*^ *>*
?nst,, at 9:30 a. m. a>' th? Ht*
GROSS In Brooklyn, on April 1? ,? "
Samuel Gross, beloved father of H\L 1Sl8i
Richard. Reuben and Mb A ^?
Funeral private. Interment* atUa?Sfc
Cemetery Monday at 2:30 p. m oa F'(*4
HAPPOLDT- Suddenly. at the hem- , *
Meridian, near Darien. Ga. M T^
1918, my beloved sister. ?OctovU tSS?jT*
daughter of the late Charles H _!,?V}**.
Hopkins and avife of the late W M ? rj*
poldt, of Charleston, S. C. Intern.;.H"J"
in family burial ground at Bel'evill. ?a*
Infosh County, Ga. Nashville W ' Mr*
Chicago (111.) papers will p.ease S? *****
KAMERMYER- John A. Kamemw?, L J
away in his 52d year. belove^A
Jennie nnd father of Julius, HildTtS&*
Henry and Mrs. A. Klumpp. V^JS^'
vices on Monday, April 15. at 2Td^'l
his late residence, 527 East 81st st
LASHER-Margaret F., at the reside? .
her brother-in-law. Borough A.1"*
Thomas H. .Murphy. 1345 53d st. Bro?
Funeral from Church St F-?*?*
Chantal, 57th st. and 13th av., gg*
10 o clock. Interment at. l.ockport, N Y
LEONARD William A., beloved h?sb?n,i ".
Bell Bloom, formerly of I!r<,oklvn l?r
vices at Newtown, Conn., Tucsdav. Anri?
. '?. at _ p. m. vni
LOVE Annie. Campbell FITKruar*
CHURCH services, 1970 Broadway TaZ
day, 10 a. m. r* 1Ui?*
M'CONKEY?On Sunday, April 14 R <;
rena. widow of Charles R. McConkey ' i\
neral services from her late residence Ktt
West 101st st.. Tuesday. April 16, M
m. Interment at Delta Pa. B-ltimor,
end Philadelphia pavers please copy.
M'CORMACK?Patrick, native 0f Clon*.
?irony. County Longford, Ireland. Funersi
from his late r?asidcnce, 209 East 44th st
Monday, April 15, at 9:30 a. m. Requiem
mass at St. Agnes's Church.
M'GRATH?Suddenly, on April 11, ijiV
Frank, beloved son of Elizabeth ?nd'th?
Inte Daniel McGrath. Funeral servie? 2'
the residence of his mother. 325 Central
Park West, on Monday, April ].r,, at {&
p. m. Interment St. Michael's Cemetery..
M'KAGUE?On Friday, April 12, 1918, _L
.)., wife of '.he l:te John McKague, at t?
residence of her daughter, Mrs. Herirv
Newman, 781 Carroll st. Solemn requit
mass at the Church of St. Francis Xavi?
at 10 a. m., on Monday, April 15. Kind!?
omit flowers. Automobile cortege.
M'KEWAN Jennie Taylor, widow of John
Pierson McKewan, after a long illness, jt
her late residence, Mount Vernon, N. Y
on April 13, 101S. Funeral private. '.
MILNE?Suddenly, Saturday. April 13, 19:8,
George A. Milne. Funeral services at liu
late residence, 1 10 Lafayette av., Passai:
N. J., Tuesday, April 16, at 2:45 p. m.
OTTENBERG Harry, in his 27th year, pou
of Henry and Lena, brother of Simon,
Moses, Ike, Joe, Etta and Gertie. Funeral
Monday, April 15, 2 p. m.
REGAN?On Thursday, April 11, 1918, Dan.
iel Rotfan, beloved husband of Annie Mc
Cormack Reir?n. Funeral from his late
residence. 171 West 78th st., Monday, April
15. 9 :30 a. m. ; thence to the Church of tha
Holy Trinity, 82d st., between Broadway
and Amsterdam av.. where a solemn re.
(?uiem mass will he celebrated. Kind!?
omit flowers.
RIEMANN?On Friday. April 12, IMS,
GeorKe F., beloved husband of Pauline W.
Baer, ar^ed 53 years. Services at hie lit*
residence, 443 7th st.. Brooklyn, Monday,
April 15, at 8 p. m. Interment private.
Relatives and friends, also members of
Minerva Lodge, No. 7!?2. !?'. and A. M., an
respectfully invited to attend.
SAWYER?Entered into life eternal, sudden?
ly, on April 12, 1918, a?. Hudson Falls, N.
Y., Elizabeth Owen, widow of General
James Estcourt Sawyer, U. S. A.
SEAGLE-?At her residence, 120 West 69th
st.. New York, on Saturday, April 13,1?18,
Emma Louise Fraser, beloved wife of Rev.
Nathan A. Seacie, D. I)., and daughter of
Emily E. and the late John Fraser. Fu
peral private.
SEAMAN?At Northport. Lon? Island, April
13, 1..1S, Sarah S., widow of Charles A.
Seaman, in 81st year. Funeral seme?
from the home of her daughter, Mrs. 8. M.
Arthur. Northport. Tuesday. April 16, at
2 p. m. Interment Cypress Hills Cemetery
Wednesday, April 17, at 11 a. m.
TICE -April 12, Alfred, aged 61. Funeral
Tuesday, 10 o'clock.
WALKER Martin. Services later at T?I3
FUNERAL CHURCH. Broadway, 66th-67th
sts. (Frank E. Campbell's).
WARE?James Edward, beloved husband c-f
Edith Cordelia Ware, at his home, 1385
Madison av., April 11. in his 72.1 year. F.i?
neral services at the Madison Avenue Pris?
byterian Church. 73d st and Madison tv.,
Tuesday. April 16, at 2:30 p. m. Interai-?-.t
at Maple Grove Cemetery. Long Island.
WEINBERG?Bertha .nee May), belovej
wife of Jacob and mother of Frances Rob.
erts. Sr.di- Hannau, Cyrille and Gertrude.
Funeral private, at convenience of familv. *
CEMETERIES
THE WOODL.WVN CEMETERY.
?23(1 St. Bv Bar!? m Train and by TrolltT?
Lots of ?mall size for rale.
Office, 20 East 23d St.. N. T
SUMMONS
vkhin twentj .'.ays af.te
servie- of this summons, ? ?c lusive of ?J
day of service; and ?n case of your fa .u??
to "appear, or ans*, r, judgment ?'",2
takerf against you by default for there!!?:
demanded ?11 the . ?mplaint.
Dated, April 1st. 1918. _?_?.??
ISIDORE EHRMANj. -
Plaintiffs Attorney. ? ' ? ^ Post OBej
Ad.lr.ss. No. -l! Park Row, ! -rough of
Manhattan, City of New York. .
TO FANNY BESEN. ^??yi:s;J^J/fvpon
The for? going sumn ons is servea ?uj?
you by publlcati? ;.. P in uant to ?? J*S
of Hon. H. D. Hotchklss. a. Jn^?"?^
Supreme Court of the St ?'- f s' v \?n-,
da?ed April 3d, 1918. una ?>?J?Vffii
4lh. 1918. In the offi<.t *hennc'e*":?iSt
court, th. original summons and '/'vj'^i
In this action having bf???"
office ...1 tho 4th .i :? pi vpril. I - ,
Dated, N? w Y< rk. April l ?';,'. 1'v
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