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I The Weather Report j
?rAPHINGTON. May 26.?A trough of low
"Srr ?Uli ??tonds from Southern Colorado and
B5K?, N>? Mexico northeastward Into Ontario
S?T OTlni-ipni centre <*< depression 1* iw South
? cV*or**'o and tWa. with high prcssuro to the
Sthtrar.l. has catmed general rain In the plains
"??L ?nrt the North?-??!, with very low temper
?"Z-, for the season. Snow la falling to-night
" ?out hem North Dakota and Western Wyoming
flwr? w11' -^ s'10,'''Br? to-morrow In New York
Ji, $m KngUnd, and on Tuesday In the upper
Sw, 'and wettern lower lake region.*?, the Ohio
!"??? ?rA Ten n ei see. Otherwise fair weather will
J2l to-morro?- an
f?r?v?**t dlstrirt.
r?nea?t? ,or Special Local I tie?.?New Jemey.
ItTeloudy to-day, warmer In north and west;
g?3,v unSuie-A
Easter*! Vow fork, local shower? to-day. wara
xn ett reme south: Tuesday unaettled.
*ftl?trr' rennsyieanl?. Partly cloudy and warm*
toda*-. Tuesday unsettled.
'"'?ou-'feWf New England, lrval shower? today.
-,-htiv wanner on the mainland; Tuesday partly
'''v?r-thef New England, lo-al showers to-day:
-isuMdiv partly cloudy.
Ml If X**" York, 'air to-day. preceded hy
^-tn t'i eastern portion, cooler In northern and
??Tern portion*! Tuesday Increasing cloudiness.
" Veturri renn*>yl?ania. fair and somewhat cooler
M-d?J- Tue?,1ay probat-lv show-era.
Letal Official Rocerd. The folio-wing official rec
-J? from the Weather Bureau shows temperatures
?ljug the last twenty four hours. In comparison
J^j, th? corresponding ilmto of last year:
1818.1917,1 1918.1917.
, . m .70 .'.0 3 p. m. 73 6S
? , re .6? 4?! ? p. m.62 68
. ?" re 66 ,'.S !> p. m. ?h 63
;? senti 7* t*.VH p. m. - 61
Hlgtie*' terc.ivrature yesterday. 74 degrees (?I
. t o m.">, lowest, 56 (at. 10 p m.) ; average. 65;
lane* **mt ,!*" foT thirty-three years. 68.
Humidity
? a ?>_ SS I 1 P m.*" ' S p. m.7S
Barometer Readings
U s. J(i "J ; 1 p. m..30.10 i ? p. m..S0.10
l^e?) OIRclal Forecast. -Ix>-?1 showers today
?id ???a'Tner, to-morrow unsettled; moderate south
md muthwart winds.
Ulm**^?~??"??"**??'**?'*"*?" "?T"?"? ' "" '
??AL ESTATE FOR SALE OR TO LET
BOROl'GH OF QUEENS
forest fiW Gardens
"A Forward Moi-ement fn
Suburban Development."
15 Minute? from Ponn. Station.
lioue? and Villa Vlot? for Sale.
SAGE FOUNDATION HOMES CO.
47 W. 84?ii St.. or Foretrt Mill?. U L
Write for Booklet A.
" LONG ISLAND
?LTNBR*""1!**; HOI SK FOR SALB, A BARGAIN.
t?o stcn and artir, ?inr roums and bath; all Im
Pr"f?ni' u cornet plot, four minutes from station:
jaost dr.'frable location. Box 389, Lvnbrook. L. I.
WESTCH ESTER COUNTY
l-ORT CHESTKR?- TO RENT f'OR SEASON,
handsomely furnished house, twelve room?, two
MUhs. eatagc, porches, beautiful grounds, all 1m
ur?tera"''"-* tl.l'?? Telephone Port ("heater D83
or wrl'r OWNER, G J37, Tribune OfTice.
HEW DUTCH COLONIAL HOUSE OF K1GH1
roooa three baths; Is now ready for occupancy;
a fa? minutes' walk from Scarsdale station; ?team
litai; three fine porches, high elevation, fine ?l?**?.
?lot 80x155; terms arranged. 40 West 32d at?
Thons Malison Square 9S60
NEW JERSEY
COUNTRY HOME AT GILLETTE.
PKRNARDSVILLE SECTION.
I'r.usual opportunity: 43 acres, choicely located; i
hilf mile from Larkawanna R. K station : electric
light and telephone paesea property I^rge. newly
-painted liouse. garage ainl i-arria^e house combined,
gurdetfcr's rutase; finely laid on: drives and shrub
hery, SCO feet frontage on automobile road: 1,300
fr? r|v*-r front. Offered for ?Ki.OOO to ?eitle an
tmu. Eaay tenus
rmi.ir jenntngb.
73*? Broad Street. Newark, N. J.
FUR.MSHED APARTMENTS TO LET
WEST SIDE
4?TH 4 WEST? Decorator's studio apartment
four rooms and hatli ; unusually attractire fur
mshlrps. immediate occupancy; cau be seen dally
( to 5 'I'hono Var.derbllt 2D42.
EAST SIDE
?TH A\E.. 740. opposite the Haza.?Furnished
apartment to sublet from June 1 to October 1
talconle? un fifth ; rnald service. Apply to superin?
tendent.
FURNISHED ROOMS
WEST SIDE
WE6T END ATE. S2fi (100th) ?Second floor suite
private bath, twin beds; excellent sertdce* bretLk
fttL 'Riverside 30S0 )
INSTRUCTION
NEW YORK?Manhattan
t BERLITZ
Languages. s&sn?.
*^ ** Brooklyn:
218 Livingston Street
TERMS MAT BE BEGUN AT ANY TIMS.
Bryant School for Stammering.
Modem, practical methods bring beat resulta.
Booklet free "iSth year. 26-T West 40th at.
SCHOOL AGENCIES
American and Toreim Teachers' Agency.? I
Supplies Professors. Teachers, Tiitora, I
Governesses, etc., to Colleges, Schools and i
Farillles. Appiy to Mrs. M. J. YOUNG
FULTON. 23 Union Square.
BUSINESS CARDS
DESKS AND ?FHCK FURNITURE
"?? DESKS
Office Furniture
la great variety
?I style and price
I.G.SELLEW
111 FULTON ST.
New York.
CARTET CLEANING
CAMFUl* CARPET CLEAisTNQ COUPANT. - j
Clea a by comprtaaed air, stoats, hand or on '
fleer 121 E. 48th at. COE A BRANDT. Telephon?
132-2 th.
DIAMONDS
DIAMONDS BOfGHT and SOU") for cash: adrte? |
fret-. BENNETT. ITS Broadway, third floor.
TYl-EWKITEKS
T V P E W R?I TKRS RENTED
\'on-\!slbl<*s, ** Months |5.
V iMbles. 3 Months $7.50 up.
THE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE.
10 Barclay ?St Tel. Barclay 4738.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE
SUPREME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY.
?In the Matter of the GENERAI, AS?
SIGNMENT of LOUIS SHERMAN to
BERNHARD GINZBURG, for the benefit i
?f the creditors.
Notice is hereby Riven that the under- !
aiRned will sell at public auction through I
fiamu'l Kanney. auctioneer, on Monday,
May 27. 1918. at 10:30 o'clock in the fore- ;
noon, at 19D5 Second Avenue. City of Now
York. Borough of Manhattan, all the as?
sets of the above named assignor, consist? '
?ne of showcase, counter, ladles' and gents' !
furntahlngs, drygoods, hosiery, notions, rib- !
bone, etc I
BERNHARD GINZBURG. Assignee. I
LOUIS M. PICKER. Attorney for As- |
olgnee. 116 Nassau Street, New York:
Clt:..
SURROGATES* NOTICES
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP
Honorable John P Cohaian, m Surrogate
of the County cf New York, NOTICE Is
hereby given to all peraons having claims
?gainst Albert W. Scholle, late of the
County of New York, deceased, to present
?he same w;th vouchers thereof to the sub?
scribers at their place of transacting bual
oeaa. st the ofBce of Messrs. Kurzman,
Ojtlnger & Prank, No. 26 Broad Street, In
Jo? City of New Ycrk, on or before the
i&th day of July next.
Dated, New York, the ?7th day of D?
??mber, 1917.
WILLIAM D. SCHOLLE,
FREDERICK SCHOLLE,
ALEXANDER HERMAN,
SEYMOUR P. KURZMAN.
Executors.
?tURZMAN. OTTINGER & FRANK. At?
torneys for Executors, No. 25 Broad
Street. New York City.
NICKEL. CHARLES F?IN PURSUANCE
of an order of Honoraoie John P. <*o
oalan. a Surrogate of the County of New ,
?ork. notice Is hereby given to all persons *
?*vlng claims against Charles F. Nickel.
***? of the County of New York, deceased.
Je Present the same with voucher?:thereof
'? the subscribers, at their place of trans
*CUng business, the office of the United
?atea Fidelity & Guaranty Company, No.
** Cedar Street, New York City, on or be?
t?re the 16th ?my of November, 1918.
Dated, New York, May 8th. 1918.
FREDERICK A. BRAUN.
THOMAS D. CONROY,
Temporary Administrators.
GREENE, HURD & 8TOWELL, Attor?
neys for Frederick A. Braun, 43 Ex?
change Place, New York City.
ALFRED L. MARILLEY, Attorney for
Thomas D. Conroy, 20 Nassau? Street,
??w Tork City.
TRAVEL
Up the Hudson
By Daylight
MI Service ?all, Encept Sunday.
If.ro.t Kail Connections to all "points
?Aeat and North. All through rail ?Irketa
and Troy Event?? Line tickets between
New N ork ami Albany accepted, Music
Restaurant.
Steamers leave licsbrosftes Ht , S'4(l A M ?
IV. 42d St.. 9 A. M.: W. 12!M'i St.. 9 20 ?'
M.: Yonk.rs. 0:00 A. M.. l?i>i<11nK at Hear
Mountain. West Point. Newburgh, Pough
keepslc. Kingston Point, Catsklll, Hudson
ami Albany. Special Decoration Day trips
lo Kingston Point and return on Steamers
"Hendriek Hudson" ami "Washington Irv?
ing." Information at Desbrossc? SI Pier
Tel. canal 9300, N. Y.
DHud-son T River
ay J-iine
Str. Richard Peck
Decoration Day
Excursion
TO NEW HAVEN
I/?. Tier 28. E II.. Catharine St., 9:30 A. M.
l.v. Pier 70 E n. 22nd St.. 10:00 A. M.
?,ood Music?Refreshment?
Enjoy the cool sea breezes of I.. 1. Sound
Tickets (Including War Tax). $1.35.
Children, 70 cts.
A limited number on sale at piers
on days of excursions only.
The New England Steamship Co.
DECORATION DAY
UP THE HUDSON
Delightful all ?lay outltig to Newburgh,
Beacon. Poughk'epsie and return on the big
STR. BENJ. B. 0DELI
Music Restaurant Lunch Room
Leaves Franklin Si 9:00 A. M. Same trip
CENTRAL HUDSON LINE.
Special Trips {D7f?;D7M'y,3f0'
r r c and Sunday, June Z, to
45 MILKS "?" UP THE HUDSON
Str.'Grand Republic' TuTsi^iZl
MUSIC, DANCING, REFRESHMENTS.
FARF J Adults. Sac. Children, 55c.
rnilL. "j Including War Tax.
Daily Servir?? Commencing June 9.
Bear Mountain Line. Tel. Broad 1708.
"THE PUBLIC BE PLEASED."
BOSTON, $3.05
PROVIDENCE ???'., $2.001
COLONIAL LINE!
Ali OUTSIDE STATEROOMS, ?1 lo ?5. I
Week days and Sundays at 5:30 P. M. from |
Pier 35, N. R., foot West Houston St. i
'Phone Spring 8481.
TROY EVENING LINE;
Daily Except Sundays
TO TROY DIRECT
Modern steel freight and passenger steamers
'Tiennent" and "Onteura" leave foot, of Christopher
St.. H 00 P. M : West '2d St.. 6:20 P M ; West
129?I St.. 6:40 P. M. Due at Troy 6:00 A. M.
Restaurant. Telephone Sprin;' 1S45.
STATE
mm*
Worcester. $2.85; Providence direct,
OUTSIDE STATEROOMS. S1.00.
Dally, including Sunday, 5:80 P.
From Pier 19, E. R. Phone 2700 Beekman
t..-51.75 I i
?* I
okman I :
FALLRIVERLINE
TO BOSTON $4.00
Strs Iv. Pier 14, N. It., ft. Fulton St.,
daily a* l 5:30 P. M. Music.
NEW LONDON (NORWICH! EINE. Str. Ira.
Pier 40 ?. R.. ft. BouMon St., wk. days only. 5:110
p M l,v\ Pier 70. B. R. ft. B. 22d St., 6 P. M.
AMERICAN LINE
Frequent Sailings
WHITE STAR LINE
Frequent Sailings
Net? York-Liverpool
Carrying Passengers, Cargo
and United States Mail
DRAFTS & MONEY ORDERS I
Britain?Ireland?Italy?Strain dina-rt?
Offices, 9 Broadway, New York;
C??NARD
Recular ra?enge* and Carao Servie?*.
NEW YORK?LIVERPOOL
NEW YORK?FALMOUTH-LONDON
NEW YORK?BRISTOL
Drafts?Money Order?. Mail or CaMe.
Groat Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia, Italy,
France, Porhij-a!, Spain, SwitierlanA
Vor further ?formation ?apply
JSl-ai MATE BTjKE*MT. NEW YORK. j
?7RENCH LBNp
C0MM6NIC UfitUU TMMSSTLAMTig?E B
Express Portal SarvM* JB??
NEW YORK?BORDEAUX?PARIS
WEEKLY DEPARTURES
i"*???o?.,'? f~W?<.o 19 Slat? St., New Yoek.
COmpaBy $ Umce ?Phons Broad ?59?)0.
REO D^?N?
For Ban Juan ft Maja?uen. P. R . La Gaayra,
Pto. C?Uiello. (iiracao ft Maracalho.
for fia'Jlug?, I'AM.iMigtT ft Freight Hate? Apply M
bliss. DAi_rrr ft co. o-cn-l mous..
?elepbuue 5170 llano???-. 83 Wall Hum*.
SURROGATES' NOTICE.
CARPENTIER, HORACE XV ?I"N PURSU
ance of an order of Honorable John P.
Cohalan, a Surrogate of the ?bounty of
New York, notice Is hereby given to ail
persons having claims against Horaco W.
CarpentUr, late of the County of New
York, deceased, to present ?he same, with
vouchers thereof, ?o ?he subscribers, at
their placeof transacting business, at Lin?
coln Trust ?'otnpany, No. 20a Fifth Ave?
nu??. Borough of Manhattan, New York
City, on or before the 20th day of Octo?
ber next.
Dated. New York. April 12, 1918.
LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY,
CAROLINE B. CROCKER,
CORTLAN'DT S. VAN RENSSELAER,
Temporary Administrators.
CADWALADER. WICKERSHAM *
TAFT, Attorneys for Temporary Ad
mlnlstrators. No. ,?10 Wall Street, Bor?
ough of Manhattan, New York City.
MfDDLEBROOK & BORLAND. Attor?
neys for Temporary Administrators.
No. 46 Ced.ir Street, Borough of Man?
hattan, New York City.
RESORTS
THE HOBT ATTRACTIVE OOUNTRY HOTCt.
NEAR NEW YORK CITY
Garden Gty
Hotel
GARDEN CITY. LONG ISLAND
One of the most oxdu&tve Hotel* In Ameclea.
A combination of country lire and metropolitan
luxury ?leifloDi found: conducted on the aj??v
oan plan, with a handsome a la carte restau
rwit fivr the oon?enlcnee of motorists. The
Hotel Management has rocnntly purcht?<d
THE SALISBURY LINKS
an excellent Is hol? soll course, frm to guests
at the hotel.
21 Win from N. Y. ; frequent electrl? train
?erTloe fium I'enn. Station.
1. 1. LANNIN CO.. Pesas.
SPRING TIME
is
TOURING TIME
HILLS AND FIELDS ARE GREEN
WITH FOLIAGE. THE ROADS ARE
GOOD. THE HOTELS ARE READY
TO PROVIDE FOB YOUR COMFORT.
?Steal a few days from wartime worry
for a mot or trip from which you will
return Invigorated and ready to renew
your work. All Hotels of the Nfcw
England Hotel Association are members
of the United States Food Administra?
tion.
Send for n four-color New England
Hotel Association Map to
WM. KTMBALL, SECRETARY,
Draper Hotel. Northampton. Mass.
"The Highest Class Hotel in the Catsktlls
I CATSKILL MOUNTAINS. Altitude 3.?00 ft.
1 Opens June 37. Scenery Unequalled.
i UNDOUBTEDLY "MOUNTAIN YEAR"
j 20 degrees cooler than N. "i . City. Perfect
] sanitary conditions. Pure spring water.
'Orchestra; dancing,
Special attractions |
and Inducements
for the younger ?et
! Instructors; prizes
I golf, tennis, billiards,
? pool, bowling. Oscar .^^^^^^^^^^^^
i Hauler's saddle horses. Special family
? rates. Army tents, raised floors,
| HARRISON S. DOWNS, Prop. Tel. Col. 3320.
I At Hotel Ansonla. Broadway & 73d St., N.Y.
r>fe7WM0NM0UTTl
Spring Lalie Beach, N.J.
where ocean breezes temper the
summer sun
will open
June 22, 1918
ocean frontage, saf
ig. Tennis, golf, flshir
FRANK F. SMUTE. ?op.
Large ocean frontage, safe surf
bathing. Tennis, golf, fishing, etc.
Stolbvro#sHenMtn
THE LEADWQ RESOXf HOUSE OF THE WORLD
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
"THE NATIONS HEALTH SHO?"
HEALTH IB EFFICIENCY
A Germicide Climate and CJcan Streeta.
No Dust. No Dirt. Innumerable Out?
door Recreation? and Indoor Entertainment?
OwnsrsHlp Mans?amcnt JOSJAH TTHtTE 8 SOrtS CO.
Manoir Richelieu Hotel and Cottages
Murray Bay, Canada.
An exclusive Rummer resort on the River
St. Lawrence?400 miles Inland. Golf,
tennis, salt water swimming pool, saddle
horses, etc. Cuisine unexcelled. Open
June 27th. Write 15. D. ROOTH-G. A.
RICE, Managers, Point au Pic, Que.
THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
Ideal country resort, "Valhalla, Westehester
County, N. Y. ; 12th season. 46 mln. to 42d
.St.; sleeping porches, tennis, saddle horses,
dancing, swimming pool; cap. 150; $11 and
up; $2.75 per day. 'Phone Wh. Pins. 1166.
Booklet. CHAS. R. BLENIS, Mgr.
AN IDEAL SUMMER ?IOME
WYKEHAM INN
WASHINGTON, CONN.
IN THE BERKSHIRE?.
Write for circular.
FREE ILLUSTRATED SUMMER BOOK
Descrihlng Delaware Water Gap. Mount Pocono,
fresco, Stroudsbttre, I'ocono Summit and Delaware ]
Valley Resorts In I'enna.. at T.ackawanna Ticket i
Ofllces. or send ? cts. in stamps to Jas. Flstcr, 90 !
West St., N. Y. City.
SURROGATES' NOTICES
COPP, EMILY M ? IN PURSUANCE OF
an order of Hon. John P. Cohalan, a
Surrogate of the County of New York,
notice Is hereby given to all persons hav?
ing claims against Emily M. Copp, late
of the (^ounty of New York, deceased, to
present the same with vouchers thereof
to the subscribers at their place of trans?
acting business, at the office of the Union
Trust Company of New York, No. SO
Broadway, in the City of New York, on
or before the 15th day of November next.
Dated, New York, the eighth day of May,
1913.
UNION TRUST COMPANY
OF NEW YORK,
LEWIS L. FAWCETT,
Executors.
JAMES M. FAWCETT,
Attorney for Executors, 233 Broadway,
Borough of Manhattan, New York.
TEETS. ARTHUR.?IN PURSUANCE OF
an order of Honorable John P. Cohalan,
a Surrogate of the County of New York!
notice Is hereby given to all persoris having
claims against Arthur Teets. late of the
County of New York, deceased, to present
the same with vouchers thereof to the sub?
scribers, at thehr place of transacting busi?
ness, at the office of their attorneys, Emmet
& Parish, No. 52 Wall Street, Borough of
Manhattan, In the City of New York, on or
before the 31s'. day of August next.
Dated New York, th; 19th day of Febru?
ary, 1918.
ALBEBT TEETS.
MINNIE L. EMMONS,
Executors.
EMMET & PARISH, Attorneys for Execu?
tors, ?2 Wall Street, Borough of Man?
hattan, City of New York.
MACK, ROSA.?IN PURSUANCE OF AN
order of Honorable John P. Cohalan, a
Surrogate of the County of New York, no?
tice Is hereby given to all persons having
claims against Rosa Mack, late of the
County of New York, deceased, to present
the same with vouchers thereof to the
subscribers, at their place of transacting
business, at the office of M. S. & I. S.
Isaacs, their attorneys, No. 52 William
Street, in ?he Borough of Manhattan, City
of New York, on or before the 1st day of
November next.
Dated New York, the 23rd day of April,
1918. LOUIS L. MACK,
ANNA MACK,
Executors.
M. S. A- I. S. ISAACS, Attorneys for Ex?
ecutors, 62 William Street, Borough of
Manhattan, New York City.
IN PU'RSUANE OF AN ORDER OF HON
ORABLE JOHN P. COHALAN, a Surro?
gate of the County of New York,
notlco is hereby given to all persons hav?
ing claims against Hovhannes Topra
hanian. late of the County of New York,
deceased, to present the same, with
vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at hoc
place of. transacting business at the offlea
of her attorney, Sumpad H. Sarafian, No.
376 Warburton Ave., Yonkers, N. Y., on
or before ?he 10th day of July next.
Dated, New York, the 7th day of Janu?
ary, 1918
'MARGRET SHAY TOPRAHANIAN.
Administratrix.
SUMPAD H. SARAFIAN. Attorney for !
Administratrix, 376 Warburton Ave., !
Yonkers, N. Y. i
6TAPLETON, MARY.?IN PURSUANCE OF
an order of Honorable John P. Cohalan.
a Surrogate of the County of New York
notice is hereby given ?o all persons having
rluims against Mary Stapleton, late of the
County of New York, deceased, to present
the same, with vouchers thereof, to ?he sub?
scriber, at his place of transacting business,
at the office of his attorneys, Emmet ft Par?
ish No. 52 Wal! Stret. Borough of Manhat?
tan in the City of New York, on or before
th? 31st day of August next.
Dated New York, ths 19lh day oi Febru?
ary, 1918.
JOSEPH K. ITA VAGE,
Executor.
EMMET 4 PARISH. Attorneys for Execu?
tor, 52 Ws.ll Street. Borough cf Manhat?
tan, City of N?w Y.ork.
SURROGATES' NOTICES
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON
orable John P. Cohalan, a Surrogate of
the County of New York, NOTICE is here?
by given to all persons having claims
against Hugo Arhlbertn Thoms-n. la'.e of
the County of New York, dece ixed, to pre?
sent the same with vouchers thereof to the
subscribers, at their place of transacting
business, at the office of Wlngate &. Cullen,
No. 20 Nassau Street, in the City of New
York, or fit the office of Carroll Berry, No.
ISO Broadway, in the City of New York,
on or before the loth day of October next.
Dated New York, the 1st day of April,
1918.
.luana P. B, Thomsen.
Henry Alfredo Thomsen,
Charles Arthur Thomsen.
Rob'rt Gilbert Valentine Tho-nsen.
Executors.
CARROLL PERRY. Attorney for Juana
T. H. Thomson, ISO Broadway, New
York City.
WINGATK .I- CUELEN, Attorneys for
Henry Alfredo Thomsen. Charles Ar?
thur Thomsen and Robert Gilbert Val?
entine Thomsen, 20 Nassau Street, New
York, N. Y.
NAEOELI, MARIE JOSEPHINE. ? ?N
PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER of Hon?
orable John P. Cohalan, a Surrogate of
the. County of New York, NOTICE Is here
j by given to all persons having claim*
? 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 or Blandy, Mooney A
Shlpman, No; 37 Wall Street, Manhattan,
In the City of Now Y'ork, on or before th?
10th day of July next.
Dated, New York, the 21st day of De?
cember, 1917.
JEAN C. NAEGELI.
LAURENCE LANE MOORE.
Executors.
BLANDY, MOONEY & SHIPMAN,
Attorneys for Executors.
BRUNS, HINR1CH (sometimes known as
HENRY BRUNS).-In pursuance ? "
order of iho Honorable John P. Cohalan
a Surrogate of the County of New Y'ork'
notice Is hereby given to all persons hav?
ing claim? against I-Iinrlch Bruns (some?
times known as Henry Bruns), late of the
County of New Y'ork, deceased, to present
the stune, with vouchers thereof, to the
subscribers, tU their place of transacting
business, the offlco of their attorneys
P.abc & Keller. Esris., number 258 Broad?
way, Manhattan, tt? the City of New York
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.
258 Broadway. Manhattan. New York City.
CARROLL, CLARA L. :?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 persons
having claims against Clara L. Carroll late
of the County of New York, deceased to
present the same, with vouchers thereof to
the subscriber nt Its placo of transacting
business, No. 80 Broadway, In the City of
New York, on or bofore the 16th day of
July next.
Dated, New York, the sth day of January,
UNION TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
Miller, King, Lane & Trafford, Attorneys
for Executor, 80 Broadway, Borough of
Manhattan, New York City.
WATTS, ROBERT.?IN PURSUANCE OF AN
order of Honorable John P. Cohalan, a sur?
rogate of tho County of New York, notice Is
hereby given to all persons having claims
against Robert Watts, iate of the County of
New York, deceased, to present the samo with
vouchers therefor, to tho subscriber at its
place of transacting business, No. 160 Broad?
way, in the Borough of Manhattan of th?
City of New York, on or before the 15th day
of June next.
Dated, New York, the 10th day of Decem?
ber, 1917.
LAWYERS TITLE AND TRUST COM?
PANY, Executors.
Dean, Tracy & Mc.Barron, Attorneys for
Executor. No. 160 Broadway, Borough
of Manhattan. New York City.
KING, THEODORE F.?IN PURSUANCE
of an order of Honorable John P. Co?
halan, a Surrogate of the County of New
Y'ork, NOTICE is hereby given to all per?
sons having claims against Theodore F
King, late of the County of New York,
deceased, to present the same with vouch?
ers thereof to the subscriber, at his place
of transacting business, the office of his
attorneys, Todd &? St. John, Esqs., No. 258
Broadway. Manhattan, in The! City of Now
York, on or before the 10th day of October
next.
Dated, Now York, the 3d day of April
191S. DANIEL C. ADAMS. Executor. '
TODD & ST. JOHN. Attorneys for Execu?
tor. 258 Broadway, Manhattan, New
Y'ork City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON
orable John P. Cohalan, a Surrogate of the
County of New York,
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons hav?
ing claims against Charles J. Foilmer, late
of the County of New York, deceased, to pre?
sent the same with vouchers thereof to the
subscribed, at place of transacting business
at the office of Higelow & Wise, No. 15 Will
lam Street, in The City of New York, on or
before tho 20th day of October next.
Dated, New York, the 6th day of April, 1918
WILLIS M. FOLLMER,
CLAUDE E. THOMPSON,
Exocutors.
BIGELOW ?S.- WISE, Attorneys for Ex?
ecutors, 15 William Street, Borough of
Manhattan, New York City.
SIMON, THERESE.?IN PURSUANCE OF
an order of Honorable John P. Cohalan
a Surrogate of the County of New York'
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons
having claims against THERESE SIMON
late of the County of New York, deceased',
to present the same with vouchers thereof
to the subscriber, at his place of transact?
ing business, No. 41 Park Row, Borough of
Manhattan, City of New York, on or be?
fore tho 20th day of July next.
Dated, New York, the 31st day of De?
cember, 1917.
WILLIAM A. WIGHT. Executor.
LANMAN CROSBY, Attorney for Execu?
tor, No. 2 Rector Street, Borough of ?
Manhattan. New York City.
DEANS, GEORGE DE WOLF.?IN PUR- \
suance of an order of Honorable John P. I
Cohalan, a Surrogato or the County of New I
Y'ork, notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against George De Wolf
Deans, late, of tho County of New York,
deceased, to present the same, with vouch?
ers thereof, to the subscriber, at her place
of transacting business, the office of her
attorney, Milan Day Barnes, No. 233 Broad?
way, In the City of New Y'ork, on or be?
fore the 14th day of November next.
Dated New York, the 6th day of May
1918.
MARY' S. HILL, Executrix
MILAN DAY BARNES, Attorney for Ex?
ecutrix. 233 Broadway, Manhattan,
New Y'ork City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
Honorable John P. Cohalan, a Surrogate
of tho County of New York. NOTICE Is
hereby given to all persons having claims
against Frederick YV. Klomm, ipte of the
County of New York, deceased, to present
the same with vouchers thereof to the
subscribed, at place of transacting busi?
ness, Alfred Hughes, No. 102 West 67th
Street, In the City of New York, on or
before the 15th day of October next.
Dated, New York, the Sth day of April.
1918.
LIZZIE CIBLER and
JOHN C. SCHJIACKE,
Executors.
ALFRED HUGHES. Attorney for Execu?
tors, 102 West 67th St.
BRAND, CARRIE.?IN PURSUANCE OF
an order of Hon. John P. Cohalan, a
Surrogate of the County of New York, no?
tice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against Carrie Brand, lato of the
County of New Y'ork, deceased, to present
the same with vouchers thereof to the sub?
scriber, at his place of transacting busi?
ness, at the office of Ralph II. Raphael,
No. 220 Broadway, in the Borough of Man?
hattan. City of New York, on or before
the 15th day of October next.
Dated, New York, April Sth, 1918.
HERMAN BRAND. Executor.
RALPH H. RAPHAEL. Attorney for Ex?
ecutor. 220 Broadway, Borough of
Manhattan, New Y'ork City. I
_?-_ i
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF I
Honorable John P. Cohalan. a Surrogato ?
of the County of New York, NOTICE is
hereby given to all persons having claims
against Vincent Looser, late of the County
of New York, deceased, to present the same
?with vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at
her place of transacting business, the office
of her attorney, Charles Coleman Miller,
No. 6S YVilliam Street, in tho City of New
York, on or before the 1st day of Novem?
ber next.
Dated. New York, the 25th dav of April,
1918. MARY T. LOESER, Executrix.
CHARLES COLEMAN MILLER, Attor?
ney for Executrix. 68 William Street,
Borough of Manhattan, New Y'ork City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON
orable John P. Cohalan, a surrogate of
the County of New Y'ork,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all per?
sons having claims against Alice Maud Bijur,
late of the County of ?New Y'ork, deceased,
to present the same with vouchers thereof to
the subscriber at Its place of transacting
business, No. 140 Broadway, Borough of
Manhattan, In the City of New Y'ork, on or
before the 20th day of August next.
Dated, New York, the thirteenth day of
February. 1918.
GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY OF NEW
Y'ORK, Executor.
S tel? on, Jennings It Russell. Attorneys for
Executor, IS Broad street. New York
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON
orable John P. Cohalan, a Surrogate of
the County of New Y'ork. NOTICE is here?
by given to all persons having claims
against Anna M. Geer, late of the County
of New Y'ork, deceased, to present the same
with vouchers thereof to the subscribed,
at place of transacting business of her
attorney. Homer A. Stebbins. No. 233
Broadway, in the City of New York, on or
before the 15th day of November next.
Dated, New Y'ork, the I lth day of May.
191S.
HOMER A. STEBBINS. Executor.
HELP WANTED MALE *
BOOKKEEPER?Wanted by Christian firm, com?
petent double entry bookkeeper, capable of taking
charge of office details: good opportunity for capa?
ble, ?.mbltloui man who ?an Oil the position; state
age. if married, experience at?r? ?alarv desired to
slart Address floi I 7.IS, Tribune Office
BOYS
Wanteil to rua errands ami make themselves gen?
erally useful. Salary ?0 to start. Apply Kates
Costume Cnmpauv. no w. 4?ltb st.
BOYS wanted to leani glass bevelling: good wage?
while learning Herrlcli? & Henrich Co., 95 llud
CARPBNTKRS watted: union Wajcwin st?. and
Mon'gomery ?t.. Jersey ?City Hospital. James
Mitchell ft Co.
FURNACE MSN WANTED
to handle coke furnaces; no lleenae necessary;
day or night work ; permanent Job with good
wages.
Metal A Thermit Corporation.
02 Bishop st., Jersey nty.
i INSTRUMENT MAKERS wanted. Any one having
I had experience on electrical optical or measur
Ing Instruments can obtain permanent work at once
by applying to the Mount Vernon Company, 320
Washington st.. Mount Vernon. N. T.
MACHINISTS.
BIG PLANT.
OUT OF TOWN.
GOOD WAGES; TRANSPORTATION.
STEADT WORK.
NO FEE.
APPLY DU PONT CO.,
244 WEST 23D ST.
MACHINISTS.
First class, all 'round machinists, bench and
lathe hands; steady work, with good working con?
ditions.
Apply by letter or In person to Mr. McCully,
5th st. Gale House, Edison Lamp Works of Gen?
eral Electric Co., Harrison, N. J.
PAINTERS wanted; flrst class. Apply Fred
Gottsehaldt, 102 Laurel ave., Stapleton. S. I.
SALESMEN.?Nowspaper, premium ana maguln?
salesmen ; Juat starting big campaign on largs
newspaper. Apply Room S12. Tribune Building.
SHIP BUILDERS
ANGLESMITHS
ERECTORS "?
CAULKERS
and
CHIPPER8
PNElTiUTIC TOOLS
_ H EATERS (AJR FORGE)
HOLDERS-ON or BUCKERS-TJT
PASSER BOYS
REAMERS "l
^ and UPNEUMATIC TOOLS
DRILLERS J
RIVETERS (PNEUMATIC) (Piece Work)
BOLTERS-UP
BOLTERS-UP HELPERS
SHIP FITTERS
SHIP PACKERS
A CHANCE TO BE ONE OF THE
BOYS OVER HERE. HELPING THE
BOYS "OVER THERE," AND TO
LIVE CLOSE TO THE HEART OF
THE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT,
WITH ITS VARIED ACTIVITIES.
LIVING ACCOMMODATIONS ARK
GOOD; TRANSPORTAT! 07* FACILI?
TIES ARE GOOD. GOOD WAGES.
FAIR TREATMENT. A LONG JOB.
DON'T WRITE. IF TOO CAN DO
THE WORK COME.
APPLY:
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
SUBMARINE BOAT CORPORATION?AGENTS
U. S. S. B. EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION,
NEWARK BAY SHIPYARD,
NEWARK, N. J.;
OR
NO. 22 EAST 22ND ST..
NEW YORK, N. Y.,
OR
BRANCH OFFICE.
NO. 9-11 FRANHLIN ST.,
NEWARK. N. J.
STENOGRAPHER.?An exceptional vacancy In ad?
vertising department or large manufacturer: must
e experienced ; application must Include nation?
ality, qualifications, age and salary expected. S.,
Box 136. Tribune Office.
WANTED.?Young man as assistant In order de?
partment of wholesale paper warehouse. Apply
G. XV. Miller & Co.. 284 Lafayette st.
WANTED.?Boy to lw useful in general way in
stock rooin and office: good education. Call at
Whitman & Barnes. 64 Reade st.
YOUNG MAN or STRONG BOY as helper, shipping
department; steady position; $12. Kip Brush
Company, 449 Greenwich st., at Desbrosses sf_
HELP WANTED FEMALE
GIRLS WANTED.
Experienced and Inexperienced packers, catchers
and operators on cigarette <xirk tipping machine?;
steady work; good salary to start; half day Satur?
day all year; quick advancement. Apply Phillip,
Mortis & Co., Limited, 72 Fifth *ts.
GIRL to malte samples ; one familiar with envelopes
preferred; this Is an office position. Tension En?
velope Company, 87 34th st., Brooklyn.
GTRL
To run errands and learn sewing; good opportunity
for adrancement for willing girl; salary $7 to start.
Eaves Costume Co., 110 W. 46th ?t.
LADIES wanted for outside work by large corpera
tlon; must be high class, of good appearance;
good talker essential; liberal ?alary. Apply 812,
Tribun? Bullding.
OPERATORS.
MACHINE EXPERTEN?"?.
GOOD PAY.
GOOD LIVING AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS.
TRANSPORTATION.
NO FEE.
APPLY DU PONT CO.,
244 WEST 23D ST.
STENOGRAPHER and BOOKKEEPER, experienced
on Oliver machine. Call Union Raincoat Com?
pany. 132 West 21st ?t., city.
WANTED?Scotch. English or Norwegian Proes
tant as general worker for two In family; no
laundry: must be neat; one who Uves on East Side
preferred and goes home nights: must be thoroughly
competent ; flrst class reference required : $50 per
month ; no agencies. Write Box M G, 1364 Broad?
way.
YOUNG WOMAN, between 25 and ?0; must be
quick and accurate with figure*; c?e capable of
assuming responsibility; ?alary $15. Manifold Sup?
ply Company. 183 Third ave.. Brooklyn.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
MALE j
BUTLER.?Useful, refined, neat, nice appearing ?
Italian, speaking English; excellent references;!
country preferred; $45. Please call Mason's Agency '
1.11 West 42d st.
BUTLER-WAITRESS and chambermaid-seamstress;
like position together; city or country: $35-$40
$45. Colonial Agency. 25 West 42d. 'Phone 3696
Vanderbllt.
BUTLER-VALET.?French: thoroughly capable; ex?
cellent personal references. Miss Shaughnessy's
Agency, 860 6th ave.
BUTLER.?Capable, good appearing Englishman;
$65; go anywhere; excellent references Misa
Shea's Agency, 30 East 42d ?t. Murray Hill 6774.
EXCELLENT BUTLER (Dalmatian) would like
position a? butler; good ctty reference; wages
$75-$80. Colonial Agency. 25 West 42d st. "Phone
3696 Vanderbllt.
JAPANESE COOK -BUTLER -Long experience: has
good references: neat, willing Japanese Employ?
ment Agency. 25 West 42d at. Telephone 3039 Van?
derbllt
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
A? A.?CHAMBERMAID. -WAITRESS.? Excellent;
two years' city references; city family only; $35
S., Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 10 East 43d ?t.. 3d
floor. Telephone 8947 Murray Hill.
CARETAKERS,?An unusual responsible, reliable
colored couple: man In present position ten
years: exceptionally desirable. Mrs. Mason's
Agency, 131 West 42d st.
CHAMBERMAID or chambermaid-waitress; young
Swiss woman: two year?' references. M., Ml?s
Hofmayer's Agency. 10 East 43d ?!.. 3d floor. Tele?
phone 8947 Murray Bill.
CHAMBERMAID.?Willing to care for one or twe
growing children; splendid seamstress: wages $40.
Colonial Agency. 25 West 42d st. 'Phone 3698
Vanderbllt.
CHAMBERMAID. Scotch Protestant, wants posi?
tion where good work Is appreciated: wages $35.
Colonial Agency. 25 West 42d ?l. 'Phone 36U6
Vanderbllt
CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS?Tall, neat. good
appealing: small cltv family going country; ?part- ,
ment preferred: splendid reference?; $35. Call ?
Mason's Agency. 131 West 42d ?t.
CHAMBERMAID and PEW.? Neat, nice young Irish
girl; capable, obliging; excellent reference?; dty
family preferred, $35. Call Mason? Agent?. 131
West 42d st. I
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
CHAMBERMAID.?Used to flrst class serrle*; highly
recommended; $41. W.. Miss Hnfmuyer's Agency,
10 Kast 4,'id st.. 3d floor. Tel, X?4" Murray Hill.
( HAMIIKRMAlrt nnd MAII>. Kn:l b 1'r-v.stsnt.
excellent references. P.. Miss KbzGcraid's Bu?
reau, 546 "tli are. Tel. Bryant 7303,
CHAMBERMAID -Swedish; neat, efficient; highly
recommended Sampson's Agency. 781 Lcilt.gton
aie. Telephone Plaza 6005,
CHAMBERMAID.*?Norwegian: nasbl wailresa;
neat, capable;; excollent references, Miss Sliaugh
nessy'd Agency, 880 6th uve.
CHILD'S NURSE.?Neat, nice appearing: tery ca?
pable, conscientious : exceptionally well recom?
mended: mn-it tlr-drnhle; $45. Call Mrs. Mason'*
Agency, 131 West 42d at.
CHILD'S NURSE.?Swiss ; Infant or older child:
$45-$50. O.. Miss Hofmayer's Agency, lo East
43d St., 3d floor. Tel. 8947 Murray Hill,
COOK.?Swedish; neat, thoroughly experienced; et
cellenl references; prefers moiiittains or New I,on
don; $45. Mr?. Mason's Agency. 131 Wcfjl 42d ?t.
Hrjatil 5633.
COOK er WOREIN?; ROI tSEKEEPEB.?French
Canadian: neat, capable; excellent city reference?:
wages $40; city ptvfcrrcd. Miss Shaughnossy's
Agency. 8H0 RtII are.
! COOK.?Bright, young: very capable: canning, pre?
ferring: n?at. ecnnotnical : excellent city refer?
ences: city or country. Miss Sliauglmessy's Agency,
860 tit h ave.
COOK and WAITRESS. -Exceptionally nice girls;
splendid cook, waitress: $4".-$'0; city, country.
Miss McLiughlln's Agency, 321 Madison bto. Mur?
ray Hill 3071.
COOK and waitress, and iiousoworKeri. cham?
bermaids :rellable: good references. Lehll'a
Agency, 77 East 125th it. T?l?phona Harlem ?515
COOK.?Capable young Irish woman; $45; four
years last piare; city or country. Miss Shea's
Agency, HO East 42d st. Murray Hill 6774.
I COOK.?Young Irish woman: excellent; two years'
references; $45. Iv, Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10
East 43d st.. 3d floor. Toi. 8947 Murray Hill.
COOK-HO?SEWORKSR.?Capable, nice Cern?an
woman: $40: best references. Miss Shea's Agency,
?,0 East 42d st, Murray Hill C774.
COOK.?Equal lo chef, requires kltchenmald: $6.":
go anywhere: best, persona! reference**. M'sa Shea's
Agency. 30 East 42d Ft. Murray Hill ?774.
COOK.?English; lirst class all branches; gond man?
ager; excellent personal references; city or coun?
try. Miss Bhaughnessy'a Agency. 860 flth ave.
COOK.?Thoroughly experienced all branches of
cooking: excellent New York references. ('.. Mis-,
FltzGerald's Bureau, 546 5th ave. Tel. 7363 Bryant.
COOK.?Young Finnish cook; excellent reference ;
very neat, capable. Jusslla Agency. 653 Lexington
ave. Plaza 4453.
COOK.?Competent : Swedish: verified references;
$40. Sampson's Agency, 781 Lexington arc. Tele?
phone Plaza 5005.
COOK.?First class; economical: exceptionally neat;
highest references. Martha Collier's Agency, 457
4th avo.
COUPLE (Englistt Protestants), with small hoy;
chauffeur or butler; cook, chambermaid or wait?
ress; $00: exceptionally competent. Miss Shea's
Agency. 30 East 42.1 St. -Murray Hill G774.
COUPLE (colored); ttrst class cook and butler;
young, neat, efficient, desirable pair: splendid ref?
erences; country preferred; $00. Call Mason's
Agency. 131 West 42d St.
COUPLE.?French; cook and butier-chaufTeur; $100.
(i., Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 10 East 43d St., 3d
floor.v Telephone S947 Murray Hill.
COUPLE.?Norwegians; butler, valet: wife oicellent
cook, manager; both thoroughly experienced; best
references; city or country. Miss Sliaughnessy's
Agency, 860 6th are.
COUPLE.?Gardener, useful inside and out: wife
kltrhenmaid or any work but cook; $70. Miss
Shea's Agency. 30 East 42d St. Murray Hill 6774,
FINNISH GIRLS, good references. Lehti's Agency.
77 B. 125th. Telephone 5515 Harlem.
I HOUSEWORKER or cook or waitress; North of Ire
i land Protestant; capable, young; army post pre?
ferred; $35; best references. Miss Shea's Agency,
30 East 42.1 st. Murray Hill 6774.
LADY'S MAID.?French: Tory neat, capable, con
| seien Hour; excellent seamstress; splendid refer
l encos; most desirable; $40. Mrs. Mason's Agency,
131 West 4 2d st.
LADY'S MAID.?Willing to do light, clean work;
excellent seamstress; good traveller; wages $35.
Colonial Agency. 25 West 42d st. Telephone 3696
Vanderbllt.
LAUNDRY" WORK desired Dy most, efficient woman
in her home; splendid drying, hamper preferred;
highest references. Mason's Agency. 131 West 42d.
LAUNDRESS or laundress-chambermaid; five years
last, place; exceptionally nice woman. Miss Mc
Loughlin's Agency, 321 Madison ave. Murray Hill
3371
LAUNDRESS.?North or Ireland; first class; excel?
lent personal references; city or country. Miss
Shaugtmessy's Agency, 860 6th aye.
LAUNDRESS.?Useful In kitchen: capable woman;
$35; go anywhere; good references. Miss Shea's
Agency. 30 East. 4 2d st. Murray Hill 6774.
LAUNDRESS.?Finnish; good worker: fine linen,
shirts, collars. Sampson's Agency, 7S1 Islington
ave. Telephone connection.
LAUNDRESS.?Competent, neat, obliging; excellent
references. Martha Collier's Agency, 457 4th ave..
31st st.
NURSE. Protestant, speaking French; very neat,
comp?tent, conscientious; children from three;
excellent references; suburban preferred; $45. Call
Mason's Agency. 131 West 42d st.
NURSE.?Protestant; thoroughly experienced, all !
foods; excellent references. W.. Miss FltzGerald'a j
Bureau, 546 5th ave. Telephone 7363 Bryant.
PARLORMAID-WAITRESS.?Neat, tery efficient, ?
good appearing; splendid references; city family
preferred: $40. Mrs. Mason's Agency, 131 West ?
42d st. Bryant 5633.
WAITRESS-PARLORMAID.?Neat, nice appearing; i
thoroughly experienced: excellent, references; West- i
ehester County preferred; $40. Please call. Mrs. i
Mason's Agency. 131 West 42d st.
-,-,-.-,-. |
WAITRESS-PARLORMAID.?Gond city references;
$40. G.. Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 10 East 43d St., !
3d floor. Telephone 8947 Murray Hill.
WAITRESS - CHAMBERMAID. ? Capable, young; I
Irish; $35; apartment preferred; tine references.
Miss Shea's Agency, 30 E. 42d. Murray Hill 6774.
WAITRESS.?Norwegian; first class: good appear?
ance; $45. Sampson's Agency, 7S1 Lexington aye.
, Telephone connection.
WAITRESS or parlormaid; competent, neat, oblig- i
ing; good references. Martha Collier's Agency, !
457 4th ave.
_SUMMONS_I
SUPREME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY.
?SAMUEL T. HUBBARD, WALTER C.
HUBBARD, W. HUSTACE HUBBARD and I
SAMUEL T. HUBBARD. Jr., Plaintiffs,!
against J. MERCER BELL and THE
FIRST ?STATE BANK OF DAWS'O.V, ?
GEORGIA, Defendants. SUMMONS.
TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: !
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to an?
swer the Complaint in this action, and to I
serve a copy of your answer on the Plain-!
tiffs' Attorney within twenty days after;
the service of this summons, exclusive of1
the day of service; and in case of your!
failure to appear, or answer, judgment
will be taken against you by default, for !
the relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated, April 19, 1918.
ALLAN S. LOCKE, I
Plaintiffs' Attorney, Office and Post i
Office Address, 36 Wall Street. Borough '
of Manhattan. New York City.
To J. Mercer Bell and The First ?State *
Bank of Dawson. Georgia. Defendants:
Tho foregoing ' summons is served upon ?
you without the State of New York, pursu?
ant to an order of Hon. M. Warley Platzek,
a Justice of the Supreme Court of the State '
of New York, dated the 18th day of May,
191S. and tiled with the complaint, in the:
office of the Clerk of the County of New ;
York at the County Court House, in the !
Borough of Manhattan, City, County and
State of New Vork.
Dated, New York, May IS, 1918.
ALLAN S. LOCKE,
Attorney for Plaintiffs. Office and Post
Office Address. 36 Wall Street, Bor- ,
ough of Manhattan, New York City.
SUPREME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY. '??
?HARRY BESEN, ?MaintHT, against ;
FANNY BESEN. Defendant. ACTION FOP.
ABSOLUTE DIVORCE.
TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT:?
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to an?
swer the complaint In thts action, and to
serve a copy of your answer on the plain?
tiff's attorney within twenty d^ys after the
service of this summons, exclusive of tho
day of service; and in case ,>t your faliura
to appear, or answer, Judgment will ba
taken against you by default for the rcliuf
demanded In the complaint.
Dated, April 1st. 1918.
ISIDORE EHRMAN.
Plaintiff's Attorney, Office ,*,nd Post Office
Address, No. 41 Park Row, Borou-gn of
Manhattan. City of New York.
TO FANNY BESEN. DEFENDANT:?
The foregoing summons is served upon
vou by publication, pursuant to an order
of Hon. H. D. Hotchkiss, a Justice of the
Supreme Court of the State of New Y'ork,
dated April 3d, 1918, and nled on April
4th. 1918. in the office of the clerk of this
court, the original summons and complaint !
In this action having been filed in said
office on the 4th day of April. 1918.
Dated. New York. April 4th. 1918
ISIDORE EHRMAN.
Plaintiff's Attorney, No. 41 Park Row.
Borough of Manhattan. City of New ;
Ycrk.
AUCTION SALES
Bf VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN CONDITIONAL:
contrail of sale the undersigned ?111 ?ell at pub?
lic auction, for account (,r Joseph V Gullfoyle :
this day. May 27th, 1918. at 2 l'. M . a! IS We?>
125tt. sL, Maiilts'tau, New York City, a cerUin
piano, bearing name F aber a:.d numbered S.IX9 I
_KlUNICH A- BACH
LOST. FOUND* AND REWARDS
LOST BANKBOOK
LOST?Bankbook No 1.105.774 of Bank'
for Savings. 2?fi Fourth ave . New York !
Payment stopped. Pleas?- return book toi
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ENGAGEMENTS
ASHER THORS Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Thors announce the engagement of their
daughter, Beatrice, to Mr. D. Lawrence
Asber.
BLUMENTHAL, SPERO Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel S, Spero announce the engagement
of their daughter, Estelle, to Mr. Jack
Blumenthal.
KARR BLAIR?Mrs. Chauncey J. Blair an?
nounces the engagement of her daughter.
Mildred Mitchell Blair, to Ensign H. Bar
tow Fair, U. S. N.. second .-on of Mr. and
Mrs. John Farr, of 14 West 10th st., New
York City.
HARRIS -SOLVAY Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Solvay, IT:;.'! West 10th st.. King's Hi?n
way, Brooklyn, announce the encasement
of their daughter, Suzanne, to Mr. Aaron
T. Harris, of New York City.
KOHN?AARONSON- Mr. Israel Aaronson,
of 145 West 111th st., wishes to announce
the engagement of his ?laughter, Flora, to
Louis H. Kohn, New York.
: MALLOY SHANKS? Major General and
Mr*. D. C. Shanks, the Iroquoia. 4Ti W??st
; 44th st., New York City, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Katharine
Chapman, to Lieutenant (senior grade)
William E. Malloy, U. S. Navy.
PHILLIPS - KRELLENSTEIN Mr. and
Mrs. B. Krellenstein, of C04 West 140th
st., announce the engagement of their
?laughter. Ray, to Mr. "Vidor Phillips, of
.3440 Broadway, New York City.
; SILVERMAN- EISENSTEIN-Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Eisenstein, of 94?l Kelly st., an?
nounce the engagement of their daughter.
Birdie, to Mr. I. D. Silverman.
MARRIAGES
; ABRAMS ? ABRAMS ? Louis J. Abrams.
Jeannette L. Abram3, May 22, 1918.
j APPLETON?ROTH--May 11, 1918, at resi?
lience of the Rev. S. J. Greenbaum, Leon
V. Appleton to Miss Rose Roth.
| HICKEY?VANDERPOEL? On Mar 25. at
St. Stephen's Church, 69th st. and Broad?
way, by the Rev. Dr. Nathan Seagle, Ida,
I ?laughter of Augustus and Alice Vander
poel, to Pomeroy Hume Hickey, son of the
late Major R. Taylor Hickey, commandant
ITth Irregular Bengal Cavalry.
' SCHRATTER- LOWENTHAL?On Monday,
May Jf>. at Congress Annex Hotel, Chi?
cago, 111., daughter of Mr. Richard Lo
| wenthal to Mr. David Schratter.
! STOKES ?AVETTA ?Julia A. Avetta, of
Bayside, Long Island, to Harry Stok?*s, of
New York, on Saturday, May 25, in the
Church of St. Thomas, 118th st., West,
by Father Boylan.
STRAUSS? PFIZENMAYER?Mrs. Melanie
Pfizenmaycr wishes to announce the mar?
riage of her daughter, Emma, to Mr. Ber?
nard Strauss, on Thursday, May 23, 1918.
At home Wednesday evening. May 29, 340
Utica av., Brooklyn. N. Y.
ULLMANN ? WEINBERG?-Mr. and Mrs.
Moritz Weinberg, 385 Edgecombe av., an?
nounce the marriage of their daughter,
Bertha, to Max Ulimann, on Wednesday,
May 29. 1918.
BIRTHS
I COHEN Mr. and Mrs. Mandel E. Cohen
(nee Birdye Shapiro?,' of 3657 Broadway,
are happy to announce the birth of a
| daughter on Saturday, May 25, 1918.
! HELLER- -To Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Heller
(nee Ada Alexander), a daughter. May
I 12, 1918, Greenville, Jersey City.
? SEAMON?On May 18, to Mr. and Mrs.
Malcolm Seamon, a daughter.
DEATHS
ALTER- On May 25, 1918, at her residence,
1 Arden st., New York City, Emma L.,
daughter of the late Solomon and Harriet
Alter, late of Philadelphia. Interment pri?
vate.
ARMSTRONG?On Sunday, May 26. 1918, at
his residence, 58 West 10th st.. New York,
David Maitland Armstrong, son of the late
Edward and Sarah Ward Armstrong, of
Danskammer, N. Y., in the 83d year of his
age. Funeral service at Christ Church,
Marlborough-on-Hudson, Tuesday, May 28,
at 2 o'clock.
BABER- At New Rochelle, N. Y.. May 25, !
1918, Lydia Fergusor. wife of Charles j
Baber. Funeral private.
BERGEN?On May 24, at his residence, 141 ?
East 44th st., John J., beloved husband of
Mary E. Bergen (nee Fitzsimons). Funeral
from St. Agnes's Church, 43d st., between
3d and Lexington avs., on Monday at 10 a.
m. Interment Calvary. Automobile cor?
tege.
BOUYGUER-Antony, on May 24, at his
residence, 1090 Amst-.-rdam av. Requiem
mass Monday, 10 a. m., at the Chapel of
Notre Dame, 114th st. and Morningside.
Funeral private.
CROCKER?Frances Rorer, widow of Davis
J. Crocker, of Chicago, and daughter of the
late Judge David Rorer, of Burlington,
Iowa. Saturday, May 25, 1918, at the Hotel
San Remo, Central Park West. Burial will
be in Chicago. Washington, Detroit, Chi?
cago, Burlington and Council Bluffs (Iowa)
papers please copy.
DREYFUSS?Marx, beloved father of Mrs.
Borchard, Mrs. Gold, Mrs. Loeb, Mrs. Ad?
ler, Camille, George and Julius Dreyfuss.
May 25, 1918, aged 81. Funeral from his
late residence, 1193 Fulton st., Brooklyn,
Monday, May 27, at "p.m.
ERNST- On Saturday, May 25, in his 70th
year, Moritz L. Ernst, beloved father o<*
Bernard, M. L. Beryl, P. Montrose and
Mrs. Florence Kaufman. Funeral services
at Temple Israel, of Harlem, Lenox av.
and 120th st., Monday, May 27, at 10 a. m.
FRANCIS?On May 24 Edith Maud, the
third daughter of the late Joseph and Eliza
Francis, of Kingston, Jamaica, B. W. I.
Funeral services at her late residence, 4241
Broa?iway, on Monday, May 27, at 11
a. m.
GROOT?Elia Story, in her 86th year. Fu?
neral services from the residence of her
granddaughter, Mrs. Kiiiaen Van Rens
selaer, 32 East 50th st., Tuesday, May 28.
at 10 a. m.
JOHNSON ?On May 25, Fred H., beloved
husband of Emelyn O. Johnson, aged 48 I
years. Funeral services at his late rosi- I
dence, 1126 83d st., Dyker HeightB, Brook-!
klyn. on May 27 at 8 :30 p. m. Interment
private.
DEATHS
JOH.VSON- Saturday. May 25, at her home.
Clinton st., Tompkinsville. Mary Johnson,
beloved mother of Alice. Minnie and Ethol
Johnson, in her 81st vear. Service 4 p. m.
Monday, Msy 27. nt ?St. Paul's Chureh,
Tompkinsville. Interment Moravian Ceme?
tery.
KOSTER On Thursday. May 23. 131?. at
his residence, the Harbor View. J2 Mon?
tagu? st., Brooklyn, N. Y.. CharSes Henry
Koster, beloved husband of Far.nie L. Kos?
ter and beloved father of Ivouise Pauline
Koster. Henry W. Konter and Mabel Cath?
arine Koster. Funeral servic-es private, on
Monday. May 27, 1918. at 2 p. m. Inter?
ment in Grconw-ood Cemetery. Brooklyn. -
^.OCKWOOD At Artryle. N. Y.. May 24.
I:tl8. Charles Burrel! Lockwood, son of th?
late David and Clarrisa Horton Lockwood,
of Newburgh. Interment Newburgh Mon?
day afternoon. Brooklyn papers pleas?
copy. "
MA VE Samuel F., suddenly, at Post Grad?
uate Hospital, of rerebro-spinal menin?
gitis, in his 37th year, son of the late
Samuel M. and Minnie H. Mave. of St.
| Joseph, Mo. *> ?
MANGELS?At Msplewcod, N. J, on May
25, IMS. Alfred P. Mangels, aired 41 years.
Funeral services at his late residence, 10
Lenox Place, on Tuesday at 12 o'clock.
Interment private.
!M1CEE?Margaret C. i-i-ee Cattersont. be?
loved wife of John B. ?McKee. Funeral
from her late residence. Sf'O East 176th
st., on Tuesday, May Hi, at 9 :30 a. m. Re?
quiem mass at the Church of St. T.horoa?
Acuinas at 10 a. m. Interment St. Ray?
mond's.
M'KENNA Francis, of County Monaghan.
Ireland, in his 88th year, at his residence,
j 124 Cornajru av., Far Rockaway. Funeral
! from the Church of St. Mary Star of th?
Sea at ?) :30 a. m. Tuesday. May 28. Inter?
ment Lawrence Cemetery. Kindly omit
flowers. *
' MEAD-At Roselle. N. J.. May 25. 1918.
Anna E. Mead, da^hter of Peter and
Mary. Funeral services at her late resi?
dence, 126 2d av.. West, Tuesday. May 2S,
3 o'clock. Interment convenience of fam?
ily, Fairview Cemetery.
MILLER-- Eliza, May 24. at 450 Bedford
av., Brooklyn. Funeral and services at
I Christ Church. Bedford, near Division,
Monday. 10 a. m.
j NEUBERGER? Suddenly, on May 25, David
Neuberger, aped 43, beloved husband, son
and brother. Funeral services Monday,
May 27, at his late residence, 152 13th
av., Astoria, Long Island.
j POGSON -On Thursday, May 23. 1318, ?ft-rr
a brief illness, the Rev. Matthew Henty
Pogson. D. D., at the home of his daugh?
ter, Mrs. Alexander C. Allison, at Me
tuchen, N. J. Funeral services st the
Fifth Avenue Baptist Church. 8 West 46t.h
st.. New York City, on Monday morning,
May 27, at 11:30 o'clock. Interment ,*?t
Kensico Cemetery that afternoon. New
Brunswick iN. J.), Bridgeport (Conn.)
and Mount Vcrnon (N. Y.I papifra pl*eas*s
j copy.
SHERWOOD-At Ossining. N Y., May 25.
i 1918, Edward B. Sherwood, D. D. S.. aged
fiS years. Funeral services on Tuesday,
May 28, at 3 o'clock, from his late resi?
dence, 26 South Highland av, Ossining. -
I SHERWOOD- William, son of Rose Sher?
wood, of New Orleans, in Washington,
Walter Reed Hospital, Takoma Park.
I STEVENS?At her late residence, Lawrence,
Long Island, on Sunday, May 26, 1918, in
her 85th year, Mary Alleyne, widow of
Alexander Henry Stevens an3 daughter of
the late William Foster Otis and Emily
| Marshall, of Boston. Funeral from St.
John's Church, Far Rockaway, L. I., Tues?
day morning, May 28, on the arrival of the
9:5D train from Pennsylvania Station.
Kindly omit flowers. Boston papers please
copy.
SULLIVAN?Mary E., sister of Joseph Sul?
livan and Mrs. Kathleen Grogan, May 24.
arter lingering illness, at her home. 138
46th st.. Corona, Long Inland. A mass of
requiem will be offered at the Church of
Our Lady of Sorrows, Mon-day, May 27,
at 10 o'clock. Interment at Calvary Cem?
etery.
VINCENT?At Plainfleld, N. J., on Sundav.
May 26, 1!H8, Edythe Richardson, beloved
wife of Charles Richards Vincent. Ser?
vices at her late residence, 231 East 7th
st.. Plainfleld, Tuesday, May 28. at 3
o'clock. Interment Hillside Cemetery.
WHELPLEY- On May 25, Samuel J.. in his
84th year. S*srvlc*es at his late r-esidence.
230 West 95th st.. Monday. 27th. 11 a. m.
Interment Woodlawn.
WITTENBERG? On Saturday, May 25.
c t _i!Guatave Wurtenberg, beloved uncle
? -, ?. a' Aaron? Isaac, Gustave. Mayer
and Mrs. Frances Lustic, Mrs. Tillie Fried,
Mr?. Rosa Kaufman and Isidore Roth?
schild. Funeral from his late home, ?%n
5th st, Brooklyn, Monday. May 27 at *
P. m. Interment Union Field Cemetery' -
CEMETERIES
TUB WOODLAWN CEMETERY. ""
221-1 St. By Harlem Train and by Troll??.
Lota of small size for sale.
Office. 20 East 2Sd St.. N. Y.
STORAGE NOTICES
Columbas Storage Warehouse, loe?*,
62-64 WEST 134th STREET.
New York, May 27th. 191?.
To Jane Rennlx. Mrs. M. O'Connell, Mrs.
Florence Grace or Grlce, Juliette Stewart
or Stuart, Louts Coleman. Mary L. Cherry.
Emma Purnell, James Elder, Michael Will?
iams, C. Katz, Albert Major, Margaret
Green, D. L. Stokes, Sarah Jones. H.
Birdie, Mrs. M. Ballard. Mamie Blick and
May Kemp: You and each of you are here?
by notified that the time for thj payment
of our Hen upon the property hereinafter
described having expired, after due notice
thereof had been given you, we will cause
such property, to wit. Household Goods.
Personal Effects, Trunks, Merchandise.
Carpets, etc., stored In our warehouses by
you (of ' In your name, or In which you
may have an Interest), to be ?old at public
auction according to the statute In auch
case made and provided, at our warehouse.
62-64 West 134th 8t., New York City, on
Tuesday, June 18th, 1918. at 10:30 A. M .
ar:d If the sale thereof Is not completed
on said date the came will be continued
at the same place on each and every
Tuesday thereafter, beginning at 10:30 A
M. on each day, and continuing until the
sale Is completed.
Columbus Storage Warehouse, Inc.
FINANCIAL MEETINGS
New York. May 25th, 1918.
To the Stockholders of
BCHLB6INGKS RADIUM COMPANY, INC.
TAKE NOTICE that a speolai ?ncetlrgf of
the stockholders of SCHLESINGER RA?
DIUM COMPANY. INC.. is hereby called
for the 11th day of June, 1918, at 2:30 P.
M.. at the office of the company, Room
2822. 120 Broadway, Borough of Manhat?
tan. City of New Y'ork, for the purpose of
authorizing a change of the name of the
company from Its present one of
?SCHLESINGER RADIUM COMPANY.
INC.." to "THE RADIUM COMPANY OP
COLORADO, INC.," and for the transac?
tion of such other business as may prop
? rlv come before such meeting.
SCHLESINGER RADIUM COMPANY, INC..
By: VICTOR G. THORNIt.
Attest: President.
JOEL W. THORNB. Secretary.
REAL ESTATE
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Offices
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single or en suite, Iocat?sd in a
modern office building of the
highest standard.
THE TRIBUNE BUILDING
A central and attractive loca?
tion for any business, profession
or trade
Day and Night Service
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Phone Beekman 3000
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