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fl-fiLP WANTED FEMALE
IIBJu* -;_
<^%7Z~T\y ?right, capable ladle?
*A??T? demonstrate and sell deal?
t:* tt? ner week railroad fare? p?
H? ? ?one*. Goodrioh Drug Co.. Da
*rlte rzJl v*_h
alera;
?aid
"??.. ?: ?-nv?. "<"??-- " '- -*??*?
w0ME\' AND MEN NEEDED
?^r?n'KP CORRESPONDENTS
AS I UTTER EXECUTIVES
UTAH SALES niRECTORS
.?|t,?t00 TO Sin.?00 YEARLY
. * h,ndl? all ?P?"?''?1" correspondence
m2L collections, ?ales, adjustments,
iaT it waiartes running from
?tc')' JS5 TO $1?0 WEEKLY
koisa* women and men ?an train, by
??taSttl CASK METHOD, In a few of
:??_; injure hour? ?t home, to fill these
*??4Bt position?.
**??, telephone or call for peraonal
. a M HJ?CHEST ER.' REGISTRAR,
? *',, We,t 42d St New York.
Telephone Bryant 8920.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
??_ HOUSEMAN or footman. French;
*r_rtenced til. good appearance; $SS.
- ?i? Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East 43d
\ JdfkSr. Tel 8947 Murray Hill.
?SfflUNTANT: ?udlt* systems, reports,
ar-sngenifr.t? Arms not employing book
_!_n i?x reporta prepared free for
??,clients. B 1. Tribune.
7?~KXE0rTI\ B MANAGER. St, gradu?
ate ?'?' mechanical engineering <-ourst^
'^ j Ti>a-s' practical business experience
r?Wponrtble position, possessing ability,
-oh. initia.: ? % t and strong character, de
1-s opening with a manufacturing or
saatructlon company. Box B 2, Tribuno.
?ACHELOR'S MAN?Servant, valet; serve
aod cook; most desirable, efficient young
?an exceptions , on petent, highly rec
rir.men.led. $76 Mason's Agency. 131
ffMt ?M sf
tjCTLBB? (Colored); flrsl class, neat, nice
?ajpsaring; ex ei tionallj . mpetcnt; ron
KtontiolW splen I I referen -s very de
?f^lt; citj . S* Mason's Agency. 1S1
We?', l?d ?t. ______
?rr^ER. WAITRESS, first class, threo
yttn excellent reference; city or coun
i_j M!? Shaughnessy'a Agency, SfiO 6th
i?._
??lcirP'EUR-BUTLER- Capable colored
nan city or - iburbs; Jt<L excellent ref
irttcu Miss Shea's Agency, 6 East 41st
r, Murray i?;:: ''::4'
caff?Cook French); first-class, very
?at,, ?Thoroughly experienced; splendid
niutte*?: private faml or bachelor's,
???t. Mason's Agencj 131 West 4?d ?t.
COIOBED COULEE?Capable; good *ap
";?rinrt: en Ire work ex.ept laundry;
till Sn* cook, excellent butler. Miss
?vas Agency, 8 East 41st st; Murray Hill
mi_
C0CPLH (Swedish); butler, valet; wife ex?
cellent cook; entire - rk of .?mall fam
j? city; high y re ?mmendea. Miss
5MUxhnfK>y.<< Agency, 860 6;h av.
rP.EN'.'H SOLDIER, honorably discharged
from army aft-r four years at the front,
mold like lo :-. I I irtj going to France,
let as guide, rpr? ?.".'I general ???.
rttary; also si a - English, some Ger
s?n, excellent general education; 22 years
lid very bes) references. inquire Mr.
Sri-t?on, 13 East 30th st; Madison Square
IMS. I
GARDENER-FARMER -Working super?
intendent, ver; -. ; able, responsible, de
?irable Eng -' (man led i . long.
iplendid reierei ? .- most desirable. Ma?
los'? Agency : I V? si I2d st; Bryant 56S3.
QARD EN BR?Married; wife excellent
laundress five s ars' splendid reference.
lilas Sha-ghn?ss> s Agency, 860 6th av.
IfOUSEMAN?Neat exceptionally capable;
understand? ma hiner> electricity; most
- j;-./. -, ? .ery desirable; $30.
lira Mas;.- Aa n y 131 West 42d st ;
Bryant : ?
HOUSEMAN?-Generally useful man, ex
- Miss Shaughnessy'a
A(en :?'. 81 1 6th a-.
MASON CONTRA TOR, first class, exparl
en e everytb i g n ason w irk Vittorl
uo Clenenta 11 - First ave.
PAINTER established since 1902. practi?
cal, clean, all-around mechanic, Jobbing
contractor also whitewashing; reasonable
sat/mat? lofts, garages, cenara. Andrews,
73 IV. (id.
POSITION WANTED A3
INTERPRETER,
?peak French Italian Spanish, Portuguese,
Oarntan, H Hand, Po -h Slavish, Hun
[arlan Rui ? u S The Livingston Cigar
o. .7: '.', ngst net, Brooklyn.
R.TBRINTENDENT wishes position, first
? ass large elevator apartment In N T. ;
lood me hanic; besl references. Emll
Bohringer, 1815 Linden St., Brooklyn.
TOt'NO MAN. 2:, desires opportunity to
learn business ?. trade. J. Sternln,
'? West : I4th st
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
l-A?CHAMBERMAID Unusually deslr
?ble city fumllj ? ? ' :> I, , Miss Hof?
mayer's Agency 10 East 43d st., 3d fluor,
Itlephone 8947 M . i
?'- LADT . . - ng : - ise w mid like to
place first class waitress Call Monday,
Mtween 1( and 12 .," . West 48th st.
CHAMBERMAII '?? glan) first class.
" "' tlona mpet? tall, nice ap
paaran ? -; :; -. .... ,- v family,
?o? desirabl? ? Mas : ?? Agency, 131
* 4?d si
BAMBERMAID or waitress parlor maid;
'- r ?ighl; ? -. good referen? os;
' ': - posit ? m Lrtha Collier's
Aiency, 461 ???? * ? st si
CHAMBERMA City apart
fceni $50: g , ? corker. N .
"'?J ;"- ' 10 East 43d st .
Hill
BAMBERMAID asa ?t waitress; very
oe*l ? , : ng th roughly
?Kerlen e I ? (position most
?mrable J50 :. y, L31 W. 47:. 1.
CHAMBERMAID VVA1TKESS Neat young
Wall ,..? ,11s.? M? Loughlln n
''-^ :? 21 Ma ., ? Murraj Hill 3971.
CHAMBBRMA1 ?. exceilenl references; city
.,.r untry Miss Fitzgerald Bureau,
?M Fifth av
?10REDCOOK or h isew rker in apart?
ment; ?15 week aleei " ? ; '? ndld refer
ncea. Misa Shea's Agency, 6 E. -list et.
"?ray Hal 6774
K>K AND WAITRESS?Young Irish
uf'1' togethi b!ghl> recommended;
' ? Can Oct ber 1 M.,
?? Rofni tyer's Vgen.-v 10 !?: ist 4.ld st.,
?not?; telepl one 8 147 Murray Hill.
??OK?Wn.-ri k'tchenmald Is employed;
.'-*r?.,ca!j"h'" ''?' ?" marketing, catering,
* a-0-J'7? weekb C. Miss Hofmayer's
."7,- I East ' : Ht. 3d floor; telephone
' ?urra> m
K (8WIS8) very neat; thoroughly ex
,.'."? ' ? ; ; . ci ns? lentlous; fexcel
?? references apartment Hast Hid?. $55
.i,ur-a Agency, : '. W. 4M ?-. Bryant
**K; neat, i -. elderly Irish woman;
?JJ? "ok and j anager; small family
?ii_**nt: ex i ? references; J?a. ?'all
J*"1? Atc.ni v 131 U 42d st.
?.?_.
neat, nice woman, capable, con
ltt_W,0Ui excellent references; city
AjTJfreferred $66 CkII Mr?. Alaaun'a
^0t>. 131 W 42.1 st. Bryant ?7033.
' ?'I*"" Aui-ri ,in Protestant; very neat;
?n/ -a!';;:v $66 s.. Miss Hofmayer's
il?' ",{? 10 B??< *Sd st . 3d floor, ??lt-phone
'' "-?'.?/ Hill
?ale ANr> WAITRESS, sisters; compe
fcJJ> ???, .nomlcal, willing, obliging;
-??tat referencea Martha Collier's
;we^467 4th ..% . .list ?t.
-C>iK
????young ro-;<? capable; ihre? y?ars
???Kent references; city. Miss Staaugh
*? ? Agencj. $60 ?: h av.
.'Ooy - --"
tniJ ''*l>abie young Irish; city house
>?i_-?' a*60: -*" years last place. -Miss
,..*? Agency, 6 K 4;st ?t. Murray Hill
liaM comPeten) all branches; neat, ro
"*???, e,,.,?'oti^ui). dl. three years' refer?
?a ? Mertha Collier's Agency. 457 4th
??'i-?''ilhoi'UUKhlv capable good n anager.
Nth"||'ul' Mui8 Fitzgerald Bureau, 366
)(|?'.ISH LADT ?M h excellent .-re.lentials
*V?is_m*U?0J1 aa s'.'?"> thoroughly
itj,.",*"1 ""'-? four languages, good sto
t_~-__j BoX l'"U' Tribun* Office.
^St5__ORK,KBR. excellent cook and
??V?a T, ' wi;; ?I'ep home; best ref>-r
? ? -las .^h.iugln?..?sy's Agency. S60 6th
?"odEw"KKKH exceptionally n.-.u .
5??NtJL M.:.."uma'! clt? '?inlly; good rer
"??31st ?tarlt,a Collier's Agency, 4?7 4th
lflf*i|aj?""- ?
?_l?r?nce_n,?i,"",?Uai traln?i; excellent
?tfth .,ce* ?*??? Kitagerald Bureau. 36?i
EMPLOYMiavrr AGENCIES
Telephone? 1054-1056 Plama
Orne? Hour? 9 to 6. Saturday? I to L
A. Osterberg's
Employment Bureau
Swedish Agenoy for Select Domestic He!**
?Mala and Female
716 Lexington Ave., New York,
Bet. 57th & 58th Sts.
Careful and prompt attention given to
' each and every order
MISS FITZGERALD'S
Employment Bureau, also
Governess and Nurses Agency
366 5th Ave. (n*r 34th).
Tel. 5244 Greeley.
Superior Help for Profl and Dom. Service,
MISS ISABEL SHEA
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
? E 41ST ST.. BET.. MAD. & 6TH AVES.
Select help, male and female, for city
and country.
TELEPHONE 6774 MURRAY HILL.
FOR HIGH-CLASS SERVICE
COLONIAL AGENCY
TELEPHONE 8?9S VANDERBILT.
25 W. 42ND ST., N. Y.
PEST SERVANTS. MALE and FEMALa
Miss Hofmayer's Agency
10 BAST 43D ST.. SD FLOOR.
Entrance also at 7 East 42d St.
RELIABLE SERVANTS,
Also Matron?. Governesses, Nurse?, Maid?,
S-amstresse-f, etc., and all classes of Day
Workers and Emergency Helpers.
Telephone Murray Hill 8947-8S4*.
Jannnptip Patrio Th<? Most Reliable ?
,?7%? Jo,agie Bmpioyment Agency
101 West 4Jd. Unity Bids*. Bryant 7787.;
.VI.-st trustworthy professionals for pri?
vate families, etc.
MISS M'LOUGHLIN fS
321 Madison Avp at *2 st
ihux ITxauiaOIJ AVe.Murray Hill 3971
Phon* SCANDINAVIAN?.*** em
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
7?5 Lex. Ave., bet. 68th Rnd 53th Sts.
AINO SEUDERLING ^?T'
FINNISH AND SWEDISH HELP.
2019 FIFTH AVE. g? ?l\tbt?u
The Select Employment Agency
Bureau Fran?ais.
Efficient Serva .ita Ail Nationalities. J 666?
J. M. ROCXBL, e?l ?th Ave. Greeley 14599
ATr?t TWpli"i*"?9<"?n'<*i Co-operative Em
mi?. DH.ltL.80n 8 ployment Bureau
Agency. 37 West 36th st. Efficient Ser?
vants (Male and Female). 3768 Greeley.
Mrs. Emily Mason AOE?cJ ot?">*
v don A New York.
Efficient Servants?Male? Female.
135 WEST 42d ST. TEL. BRYANT 5633
Tonsinpco Employment Ajrency. Host
???"??"a''?=??= reliable domestic help fur?
nished. '05 W. 42d St. TU. Vanderbilt 30SV
J U S S T Ti A Employment Agency
Kinds. 658 Lexington ave. Tel. Plaza 4453
niahes all domestic male, female, chauf?
feurs, porters, waiters, etc, 2214 Seventh
ave. Murnlngside 48SS.
SiimnSOn'?* Swedish Agency. Best
nampbUll a Vant?. 781 Lexington ave.
Ser
781 Lexlnatun
Telephone 5065 Plaza.
Ma-tha. Collier Agency.?Superior help. ?
male, female. 467 4th ave. Madison ;
Square 6779.
MRS. ROSE M. WERNER'S Employment
Agency, 122 East 59th at. Plaza 4647.
T.RHTi AGENCY, 77 B. 125TH ST
?J-L-.-.1 J. J. TELEPHONE 5516 HARLEM
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
LAUNDRESS; will do maids' rooms; ?50;
city or suburbs; excellent references.
Mips Shea's Agency, 6 E. 41st st. Murray
Hill 6774.
NURSE; capahle young Irish girl for
growing children; $60; city pref?jrred:
four years la.?t place. Miss Shea's Agency,
6 E. 41ft st. Murray Hill 6774.
NURSE?Young Irish girl; hospital
trained; splendid references, city only;
$60. Miss Mclaughlin s Agency. 301 Madi?
son av.; Murray Hill 3971.
NURSE?Young infant or grown child; ex?
cellent references. Miss Fitzgerald's Bu?
reau, 366 5th av.
NURSERY GOVERNESS, two years' ex
peri?:!.ce. M?as Fitzgerald Bureau, 366
Fifth av.
SECRETARY?The vice-president and gen?
eral sales manager of a large New York
state corporation, who la about to change
his headquarters to another city, wishes
to recommend the services of his secretary, i
who has held the position for ten years;
an expert stenographer and typist. ca??- ;
able of taking charge of office detail where .
her qualifications can be used to advan?
tage and will be appreciated. Box B-5. |
Tribune OHlce.
WAITRESS; capable, good appearing, ;
young; prefers city house; $50; excellent i
references. Miss Shea's Agency. 6 E. 4lst '
st Murray Hill 6774.
WAITRESS, thoroughly capable; excellent; ;
references; city or country. Miss Fltz- ?
gerald Bureau, 368-Fifth ave.
WANTED? Position as housekeeper, euro
of Invalid or companion to lone lady;
very useful and willing. Miss Snyder, 471
West 22d St., City.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
HAVE a valuable oil lease on land lo?
cated In the heart of the big oil produc?
ing section of north Texas. Would like to
get In touch with parties who will be In?
terested In forming a company for the
dev-lopment of this lease Apply I. J.
I.Ursen, 11 O? Marbrldge Building, 47 W.
S4th st.. New York t'lty.
NEW SOUTH WALES INFORMATION
BUREAU. 149 Broadway, New York City,
will be pleased to send Government bulletins
or answer inquiries regarding opportunists
for farming, aock-ralsing and fruit-growln?
in New So'jth Wales, Australia.
PATENTS. trademarks, designs, best
works, lowest prices, consultation free;
30 years' experience. Call or spnd for
books. Edgar T?te Company, 245 Broad?
way, N. Y.
WILL BUY Pants or Overall Factory. M.,
Box 45, Tribune.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE?Bookkeeping machine, latest
model, not used, fully equipped, motor
driven. A . Box 369. Tribune Office.
EIGHT -portable wooden buildings, 25x98.
Never used. Box K-165.
BUSINESS CARDS_
Carpet Cleaning
CAREFUL CARPET CI.EANINO COM?
PANY.?Clean? by compressed air, ?team,
hand or on floor. 419 Bast 48th ?t. COB <b
BRANDT. Telephone 133 Murray Hill.
Carpets and Rugi
SEWING?MAKINd OVER?CLEANING.
600 carpets, rugs, portiere? (all ii!?*?).
: plain Oriental color?. Slightly used. At
1-? original price. 200 yd?, ou Inlaid Un
! oleum. $1.25.
GEORGE
1037 3D AVE.. 61ST ST. 4?64 PLAZA.
Clothing
HIGHEST PRICES FOR GENTS' DIS?
CARDED CLOTHING. JBJWBLRY,
PAWNTICKETS. WRITE 127 E ZU> ST..
?ROOM 31. C.KAMBRCY 4449._^
Diamond?
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY BOUGHT
FoR CASH, estates appraised, purcha???*.
BENNETT. 175 Broadway, upstair*
Men'? Overcoat?
Men's Overcoat?
L Jacob*'? I awnshop. 988 Third ave., lit?
?t "L' Station Secure one now.
Skipper Pederson
And Sons Guilty
Of Abusing Crew!
Three Face Senteiices of?
Five Years in Prison
on Conviction of Mal?
treating Ship's Seamen
A jury in Judfre Zach'a Federal Dis?
trict Court, after delibernlinjr for an ?
hour and a half yesterday, brought in
a verdict of guilty in the case of
Adolph Cornelius Pederson, of the
American barkentine Puako, and his
?two sons, Adolph Eric, jr., and Leonard
Roy Pederson, mates on the ship, who
were tried on an indictment charging
maltreatment and imprisonment of
the crew without just cause. The trial !
has been going on for three weeks.
Captain Pederson and his son, Eric,'
were acquitted in the name court last !
May, when they were tried on an in-?
dictment charging murder on the high :
seas. The defendants will be sentenced j
by Judge. Zack on next Thursday. They ?
face a possible five-year term in prison,
or a fine of $1,000, or both.
The indictments grew out of the!
tragic voyage of the Pauko from Vic- I
toria, B. C, to Cape Town, which last- |
ed from April 27 to August 2%, 1917. !
The brutal treatment of the crew, ac?
cording to the evidence presented by !
Lawrence Miller, Assistant United
States Attorney, covered almost the
four months of the voyage. On arrival
in South Africa, Captain Pederson ac?
cused the complaining members of the ?
crew of mutiny, piracy and being Ger
man spies.
After a full investigation by George
H. Murr-hv, Consul General, the charges '
against the crew were dismissed and-!
Mr. Murphy ordered the arrest of the
Pedersons for th? allejred murder on
the high aeas of Axel Hansen, and the
maltreatment of the members of the
crew. Hansen, a seaman, leaped over
board in mid ocean. It. wa,s the con
tention of the prosecution at the mur-:
der trial that brutal treatment had:
crazed theman and forced him to seek
means of escape. '
Consul General Murphy was brought
from Cape Town by the government to
testify and describe the condition of
the crew at the time they made their :
charges. Members of the crew also tes- i
tified.
The defendants sought to prove that
the crew were in league to sink, the
ship, and that they were in the pay of
Germany as spies.
New Jersey Prison Guards
Are to Get Salary Bonus
TRENTON, N. J., Sept. 20.?The
State Board of Control of Institutions
and Agencie? has recommended a -5 |
per cent bonus be granted eighty
keepers at the state prison. The
keepers had requested the bonus to off- ;
set the high cost of living.
The budget committee will take up
with the state house commission a
proposal to grant salary increases to
employes to all public institutions.
Poles Will Send Mission to
Cultivate Friendship of Letts
WARSAW, Sept. 20 (French Wireless
Service).?The Polish government has
decided to send a special mission to
Lettland to bring about friendly re?a- :
tions between the two countries.
The idea is spreading among the j
Poles that the states situated on the ;
western frontier of Russia must form :
close political union to prevent them
from becoming a bridge between
Russia and Germany.
BUSINESS CARDS
Furnitur?
HIGHEST PRICES paid f-,r furniture, an?
tiques, piano?, brlc-a-brac, book?, art,
etc. CARAY, S8 University Place. 'Phon?
6tudves,ant 2377.
WILLOW AND REED FURNITURE ?
Special September .?ale Direct from man?
ufacturer. See us first; It will pay you.
Lone Peach Willow Co., 229 East 41st st.
Leather Goods
PORTFOLIOS, Secretary Cases, Sampl?
Cases, etc., at a saving of oo to 40% In?
vestigate. Catalog T on request. CENTURY
LEATHER CRAFTS CO., 260 Broadway.
N. Y. C.
Men's Clothing
X.~ WE BUY GENTLEMEN'S DISCARD
ed clothing, business sulla, overcoat?,
fur lined coats, full dress, Tuxedos, pants,
shoes of every desci 1 ption ; positively pay
more than otheie. Call, wrllo or 'phone.
Meyar> Horowitz, 448 Seventh Ave. Greel?)?
Multigraphers?Stenographers
Multlgraphlng, stenography, typewriting,
all hours: reasonable. Coyne. 11? OTassao
?t. Beeknvan 47 3.
BXCELSIOR MULTIQRAPH CO.?Fac?
simile letters, printing Bry-4646, 31i) W. 47
Old Gold and Silver
WORN OTT GOLD AM) SILVER BOPOHT lit
K LONGMAN'S SONS. Gold mid SUrer lUtdii?-*
14 John IL
B0R? B'?'.v" Diamond?. Old Gold, Hlirer. PUtir.ua.
AnUaues ?jid Pawn Ticket.?. 146 West ;Sd it.
Pianos
PIANO WANTED
Will pay cash for Upright or Grand or
Player Plan.) from private puny. Ad?
dress, slat uiit prie.?, make. age, and Color,
to A , Box 358, Tribuno Office
Trunks
BIG BARGAINS.?New and. us'?d wardrob*
trunka BOli 6th ave., bet. 30th-31st sta
WARDROBE TRUNKS, factory sample?,
at J22 00 000 West 00d. corner B'waY.
Women's Wear
A WHOLESALER <-p-?nin?- Fall Season
with full line of advance modela. Serge
and Trlcotlne Dresses, $1? 50 up. Suits
and Coats, ready made anil to Order. 43
West 24th st.. eighth floor.
NEW YORK TRIBUNE
Want Advertisement Rates
Board .
Boarders Wanted.
Business Onrds.
Business ( importunities
Buyers' Wants.
Country Heard.
Employment Agencies.
: For Sale .
Help Wanted Instruction..
i Help Wanted.s.
Lost and Found.
Rooms to Rent.
Rooms Wanted.
; Situations Want???!.
Where You Can Leave
Want Advertisements
For The New York Tribune
Broadway, 206, W. W Sharpe 4 Co.
i Broadway. 621, Rite Service
Broadway. 1133, Oleok Adv. Agenrv
Broadway. 1358, 1. J. Finch
Columbus Ave.. ?.00. Newmark's Adv Agcy.
Fifth Ave.. 347. Friend Adv. Agency
Nassau St.. :?.i. M Platnec
Nassau St. lis. Palmer Adv Agency
Park Row. 41, Pearsall Adv. Agencj
Park Row. 41. John M Leddv
! Park Row. 63. HO HO Kalrfsv
| 23rd St. East, 200, Murray Hill Adv. Agcy.
34? h St. East. 100. aiirman A-iv Agency
3'th St. West, *in. Greeley Adv. Agent?
I 40th St.. W*st.-rtin. Brown Adv Agency
Vaxine. Elliott's "Skodtamota"
?*'v.".vW*? .'.V.*.,
One of the very latest joyful toys of peace being used extensively
in Great Britain is the "Skootamota" shown in 'the photograph. Miss
Maxine Elliott, who has just returned to America, brought one with her.
It buzzes along at twenty-two miles an hour when the traffic policemen are
not about. One gallon of pas will bake the rider 120 miles.
Turks K**ih*w ?Massacres,
Says Armenian Appeal
Allied and Neutral Nations
Begged to Save New Kepuh
lic From Annihilation
LYONS, Sept. 20 (French Wireless
Service).?The parliament of the re?
public of Armenia, sitting in Trans
Caucasia, has addressed an appeal fi r
aid against t ht? Turks to t ? ar
ments of fifteen Allied and neuti ?.
tions, including the United Sta
Great Britain,. France, [I aly J ; m,
Belgium, Greece, Rumania,
Spain, Norway, Sweden, Holland. Por?
tugal and Persia.
The api eal a ? rl - that :;. '? n
nians fac? d the Turks t hr mgh the wni
despite almost on del ? u
in the In lief ; hat : he A . :<-.
oral i.? : hem from Ottoi an oppres ion
Encouraged, however, by the den
proceedings of the Allies, ay
appeal, the Turks have rosunrn i I;
policy of massacri and are now attack?
ing the frontiers of the Armenian re?
public. The message pleads danger of
final annihilation unless the Turks are
Man Killed by Subway Train
A Fourth Avenue subway train ????- '
for Coney island last nighi kil
man who fel I from the platfor
station at Pac ific Street, B n
The man is believed from papers :'?> ind
in his pockets to have h en 0!e '?.? .
son of Duluth, a coal pastor on a ship.
The accident caused excitement among
the crowd in the station and sevi ral
women fainted.
Hoy Killed by Falling; Pipe
Lawrence .' us to, nim years i d, i '
372 Columbia Street, ISr?i ..ly'n, was
killed lust night by an iron pipe thai
fell on him while he was pi
Delevan Street, Brooklyn. The pipe
was leaning agaii . the \ I of a fac?
tory at 70 Delevan *5t r ??? an i toppled
just as the boy darted under it,
FINANCIAL
Establishc-l 1X93
Clarence H:dson & Go.
28 Cortlandt Street
INVESTMENT BONDS
Specialize in S e c u r i t i e s
Yielding Above the Av ra
Circulars sent on request
DIVIDEND NOTICES
Allied Oil Corporation
Dividead So. 4
A quarterly dividend <-\ V - on
the capital stock in this Cor|
has been declared, payable on Oct.
10. I<5|9, to stockholders ? n record
a! the close of business Sept. 25,
1919. JOHN F. HANSEN,
5e retar v.
BUSINESS CARDS
Patents
PATENTS
Over 70 years practice; a,: com?
munlcationa sti ctly onftdentlal.'
handbook on patents tree on .-?
quest; special facilities for ofllc?
conauitatlons.
M?NH & CO.
PAT E NT \ TU IR N E Y S.
U07 Woolworth Buii.li--?-. Now York.
STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS.
?TOVES ?nd STOVE REPAIRS. Repairs ' inish* :
to t: any n ike - ?? rai fun team ?
bit waier heller ninmil I : ' ? -, in S471
STOVE REPAIR CORPORATION,
?2S-230 Water Si Cor Ueekman s N. ?.
NEWARK BRAJNCH. 1 t \i; ?.?.!::i.Y SI.
Typewriters
S??B?
NON-VISIBLES, 3 MONTHS, $5.00
VISIBLES, 3 MONTHS, $7.50 UP
Initial Payment Applied if Purcii?<-d
Factory Rebuilt Typewriters
All Makes $25 to $85
Trademarked and sruRrantfid for one year
i all. telephone or writ?
American Writing Machine Co.
??S? Bi-nail-Atv a! Worth St. " teleplicr.e 5401
19 E ZM St.. o'pp Madi.vn Ar ? Franklin
THK TVPtlVlUTtl! EXCIIAN?; F.
1* Bar lu rit Tel 4738 t^ >?
Ex-Kaiser's Field Kitchen
' Is (..i-oming to America
Smithsonian Institution Gets
Trophy That Never Took a
Chance During the War
WASHINGTON. Sept. 20? To the col
lectio : of war trophies, which the
Smithsonian Institute is now gathering,
.- tided ?hort ly the field kitchen
ol William -Hohenzollern, lute kaiser
' ' lermany.
German prisoners of war thia we?k
cated 1 kitchen which is said to be
irai e affa ir of the kind -
aboard a transport at St. Nazaire,
co, ?! ;? ' 'ii ?is way to Wash
? ton wit! ?: large col lect ion of war
if ditTor? m kinds. The kitchen
f liowed ' ? k;\ iser all over Europ ;
v i,- was on, to all of the fight
fronts ch he visited, but show3
us of damage, which is taken to
indicate that it kept as far to the tear
. ; ? ni] al owner.
The institution, among other tro?
phies, has been given the threat war
map on which. General Pershing and his
staff worked put the strategical prob?
lems which the American armies car?
ril d t h rough.
100.000 at Mardi Gras
Final Day Brings Total for the
Week t:? More Than 2.000.000
Four hundred thousand men, women
nnd ? drei took part in t'?:?? final day
! :: I's sixteenth annual
of Coney Island's sixteenth annual
: '..'. gras y; ?tcrday and last night.
15. R. T. trains and surface cars and
hundn is ol auto trucks transformed
were taxed to their capacity
to ??? fry the crowd to and from the
- :
It is estim?t d that more than 2,000,
,? " ' -ited the island during mardi
.veek. This wa ? a blessing to
? . ? n en of the resort, who, with
. ?.. car -'"ikes and a rainy
e : ibat, had had rather a
pi seas ?;.
of the amusement places will
ot : i- on to-day. A few of them
?' . ke? p i p? n uni il October 1.
New Britain Midshipman
Heads Annapolis Regiment
'? APOLIS, Sept. 20. Midshipman
i ' .'?' i hl, of N ?'-'.' Britain. ( lonn.,
been :. nted commander of the
lient of midshipmen at the Naval
A? I? rhis appointment, the high
" i ?:;.;? ; ion for midsl : pmen, was
: i efficiency tests, including
? marks during the summer cruise
iust? end i
Of the four lieutenant commanders
m ?-. t highest in rank ro the regimental
?ire Midshipmen Carl .?>.
S nul erg, We? hawken, X. J., and How
ur I. Clark. V. hite Plains, X. Y.
mpany commanders are
K? ? -. '? J. N ?ble, Cromwell, Conn.;
Robert ?'. Sprague, Sharon, Conn., and
: rick G. Cay. Plainfield, X. J.
Two Soldiers Sentenced for
Hugging Girls Against Will
OTISYILLE, X V.. Sept. 20. Emmet
Osgood and Arthur Baker, army hos
patients here, were arraigned to
?ged with having embraced
:; and Fl rence Smith, two Goshen
:? :. .' ' ins* their will.
'. . ? 1er of the girls obtained a
ran! for the m?r. but they fled to
own ? ,- ? ? hey were arrested.
? ..... sentenced to thirty days, but
ci was suspended when military
?t eared to take them back to
? Lai.
Corea Files Claims to
independence With Senate
WASHINGTON, Sept. 20.- A long
stal ment setting forth Corean claims
pen I? nee was filed to-day with
the Senat? Foreign Relations Cornmit
Fred A. Dolf, counsel- for the
"!; ?? il lie of Corea." It deals with
? of (?orea, pointing to the
? ; of LS9-1 in which Japan cuarsn
'..d Corean independence and pictures
is tl e < '" rmany of the Far East
because :" violation of that puct and
Ta.: document pleads for
irai upp? rt of the United States
i, . ? ? : aggie for liberty.
'''Dry" Leader Going to
Europe to Aid Campaign
Ihr Presbyteriail Board of Temper
li ? > ;: ra] Welfare, which recent
?7 -'..-? ,. de > ?O.OOt? to assist the cam
i pajgn ? ? ? hibition in foreign coun?
tries, ti.i yesterday that the
Rev, John Steele, associate secretary
of the organization, would be sent
road ? ?' ' ' it>nth to make a sixty
impaign in England, Scotland and
?,. u | He will work under the aus
pic? o ' " \A i Id Prohibition Federa
tion
Mr, Stee'?e will reipain a mooi,h in
;., - ,-. wee_< in Ireland and throe
wet ks i n England.
Peace-Tim? Army
Plan for France
Cuts Force a Half
-
!
Douraer Report to Senate
Provides 550,000 i>Ie?
and Reduction of Military
Service From 3 to 2 Years
PARIS, Sept. 20 (By The Associated
Press.?A peace-time army of 500,000
men and reduction of the term of mili?
tary service from three years to one
are recommended by the military com?
mittee of the Senate in a report sub?
mitted yesterday by Paul Doumer, its
president, former Minister of State.
Under his plan 200,000 men would be
called to the colors annually by con?
scription and 150.000 others recruited
through voluntary enlistment.
The peace establishment of the ?
French army in 1914 comprised 818,?532
metropolitan troops and 27,656 colonia! '
troops in France, a total of 846,188.
The army proposed by Doumer repre?
sents a 49 per cent reduction of ef?
fectives.
Asked to prepare a report with rec?
ommendations, M. Doumer's reply was
that after the ratitication of the peace
treaty it will be safe for France to
take two years off the term of obliga?
tory service. This would reduce the
effective strength of the army below .
the point of prudence, he said, but the
difference could easily be made up, ir. ?
his opinion, by voluntary enlistments.
This system would make the French
army on a war footing total 4.000,000
men, divided into an active army of
1,300,000 men, 700.000 reservists and
2,000,000 territorials.
M. Doumer would maintain the pres?
ent military divisions of France, trans?
ferring only the 21st Corps from Epi
nal, capital of the Department of
Vosges, to Strasbourg. Northern Af?
rica would have two corps, instead of
one, the Second having headquarters
at Rabat, Morocco. Each corps would
be reduced to one division, instead of
two, excepting three corps on the
frontier and the African Corps, each
of which would detach a division for
service on the Rhone River.
Union Drug Clerks Dropped
Men Active as Organizers Are
Said to Have Been Discharged
Drug clerks who were active in
formation of the Drugs Clerks Union
were discharged yesterday by one of
the large drug concerns, according
to an announcement made at the union
headquarters, 02 Park Row. S. M.
Sorowitz, president of the organiza?
tion, said that in several of the store?
the entire force of clerks walked out
::i sympathy with the discharged
pharmaci -ts.
II. .'. Conway, secretary of the Re?
tail Clerks International Protective
Association, is expected to arrive in
this city some time to-day. He will
take charge of the situation, and it
is expected the date of a general walk?
out of the dr?,irj clerks will be an?
nounced soon after his arrival.
Going On To-clav
DAY
American Museum of National History;
admission free.
: American Mu?;utii of Safety; admission
free.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, admission
free.
? Van ?Oortlandt Museum; admission tree.
Th? Aquarium: admission free:
Dedication of new building bv Five Points
Mission; addresses by the Revs. Willard
\j. Bqblnson ami John Ernest Park - ?:.
?lshop I.uther B. Wilson, presiding, 89
Madison .Str?-??:, 10 a. m
Entertainment and dance: bv Beavers uf
Beth David Hospital, Hotel McAlpin, 2
p. m.
InternatlonalConference of Women Physi?
cians, room 106, Waldorf Ast rla.
Exhibit of mosaic and paintings by Mr.
M. De Palo, room 10 Waldorf-Astoria.
American National Exhibition, room 107,
Waldorf-Astoria.
Field Dav Friends of Irish Freedom,
Ebbets Field, 0 p. in
NIGHT
Address, "American Legion,," Dr. S Ed?
ward young, at Bedford Presbyterian
Church, Nostrand Avenue and Dean
Street, Brooklyn, 7:'0 p. m.
?O LET FOR BUSINESS PUKPOSE3
Offices and stockroom,
60x88; light on all sides;
fireproof sprinkler. 7th
floor, 245 W. 55th St.
CROSS & BROWN CO.,
18 .East +lst St., New York.
Telephone Murray Hill?7100.
??l?i iiiiiMiiB miiinaiii'wi ?m?? ?imamiin
CORNER STORE
Suitable for
Automobile Supplies
840 Seventh Av.
>. \V. Corner .".Mil Sir,????.
UIN?i * BIN?,. II!) West lOtli St.
REAL ESTATE
OKI.AlV \KK.
DELAWARE ? I07*cre fruit, grain farm;
;-, acres timber, large fruit on ?;,?.?? I. 5
roorr. house, outbuild nrgs, rrops near de?
pot 7- acres stock grain farm; good build?
ings near depot $3,300, part cash A. B.
GOQDEN, Marydel, Md.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
BATHI.VO PROPERTY, TO ERECT 1? 'H
liou?--s or established place; ,i:.> will
join party; principal experienced. U E.,
2 <: i Third ave.
APARTMENTS TO LET
830-840 7th Ave.
Southwest Corner 54th St.
3 and 4 Rooms
$1.250 to $2,300
BING & BING
?M W. .-[ 40th St.
5?TH HT. 116 E. i i'arO av i ?Elegant
: -. rge a pa rt ment, entire -'? r, pa rlor
Ing room, kitchen, bedroom, bath, ? lid's
?,.' ?:.. : .aid's b,at h: *o l ?nth . maid - i
?. ice ?f desired'. P?a -.i 7 . : :
APARTMENTS (3 left), 7 rooms, parquet
? floors, ele trie lights, walk up. 1. 3 or 0
, years' lease West fMd?~. below Mrh B1
rent, fl,500-11.800 Box 13-4. Tribune Office
BOROUGH OF THE BRONX
BENEDICT AVE.. 1931.?Seven light
rooms and glass porch, electric ; ght
parquet floor heal ?-'?'' Christian adults
inly inventent to c*rs mil <-j! ?. ? .
OFFICE WANTED
i OKFit'B wanted downtown bj ? xportejr.
| " 2.JO-30O s?4. ft B..X B $3, Tribune Office.
Real Estate
Old Madison Avenue Church
About to Close Its Door?_
First Reformed Episcopal Edifice, at Fifty-fifth
Street Corner, To Be Replaced With Seven
teen - Story Apartment Hotel for Bachelor
The last religious services to be 1
corniucted in the First Reformed Epis?
copal Church, at the northeast corner
of Fifty-tifth Street and Madison Ave?
nue, will be held the first Sunday in
November. Soon afterward the build?
ing will be razed, and on the site will
be erected, by the Allertor. House Com?
pany, a seventeen-story apartment
hotel for bachelors.
The site, which is 100 feet deep,
with a frontage of seventy-five feet in
Madison Avenue, was purchased by the
church in 1874 for $45,000. It is un?
derstood the price at which it was sold
to the AllertnTi Rctise Company, of
which James S. Cushman is president
and William H. Silk is treasurer, was
about $325,000. Based upon this valua?
tion this corner plot shows an appre?
ciation of $280,000 in forty-five years.
Edward C. Best, senior warden and
chairman of the board of trustees,
said yesterday that the church has an
endowment fund, but he expects that
$150,000 of the amount obtained from
the sale of the church property will be
set aside as an addition to the origi?
nal endowment fund, which the church
will be able to use for any emergency
that, may arise.
The passing of this old religious
structure is duo to the removal of old
residents to the middle and upper West
Side apartment houses and also to
the encroachment o? business which
has affected the district as a private
residence territory.
Had Noted Rectors
Bishop Sabine, who for many years
was identified with the Church of the
Transfiguration, better known as the
"Little Church Around the Corner,"
was rector of First Church for twenty
nine years. During the past nine years
the Rev. William DuBoise Stevens was
rector. Soon after the United States
entered the war Dr. Stevens went tc
France as a chaplain in the Red Cross
organization. He died on August 29
1918, m Paris.
The board of trustees has not yel
decided where they wij erect theii
new church, although i' probably will
be in Washington Heights, where ?
majority of the congregation now live
Pending construction of the nev
church, services will be held in a hall
Demolition of the church buildin;
will be started the day after the las'
services are held. The new buildinj
will be planned alonp the same linei
as the present Allerton Thirty-nintl
Street House. It will contain 561
rooms. The pians are by Arthu
'.oomis Harmon. The facade will be
red brick, with sparing use oTstone.
The new building will contain c.
principal features a roof garden, gy:?
nasium, cafeteria and music room. I,
is estimated to cost $850,000 and U> b<
ready for occupancy early next spring
Many Plan to Erect
Homes in Brooklyn
Purchase? of Lots at Hyde Park
Indicate That Active Building
Will Be Begun
Sales at Hyde Park continue to in?
crease in volume at William E. Harmon
& Co., Inc., property.One visitor las'
week to this property said it remind
him of old times to see the peopi
visiting property and eager to absor
real e&tate bargains. Buyers are no;
waiting for Saturday and Sunday, bu"
go out in the early evening and every
day in the week, and in coah numbers
as to make it difficult for salesmen to
give them the information they want..
The gross sales on this property now
aggregate almost $500.000.
Under -adverse conditions of labor
and material cost, building is struggl?
ing to get a start and meet the needs
for homes. But the people are realiz?
ing that land is the first necessity for
a home and they are making their start
toward homes by securing the land
on which to build. The indications of
this sale at Hyde Park are that Will?
iam E. Harmon & Co. Inc., will repeat
their successes of some years ago,
which did so much toward the great
development of Brooklyn as a hum?
i owning ftorough.
Clarke G. Dailey to Advise
In Realty Selling Campaign
The United States Realty and Im?
provement Company, which last week
sold the Everett Building in Fourth
Avenue, is about to proceed in dispos?
ing of its other vast realty holdings, as
already announced.
The company is one of the largest
real estate owners in this city. It has
engaged the services of Clarke G.
Dailey, vice-president cf the Alliance
Realty Company, to act in ?n advis?
ory capacity in connection with the
selling campaign the improvement
company has begun.
NEW .1KR.>K_
NEW JEKSF.?
60 MONTHLY
Pays Interest, Taxes,
Vvater and Insurance
Comparo
wast? In rent expense #
800 feet
Elevation
Above
Mosquito
Zone.
Beautiful
Grounds
150x170 ft.
Golf
Tennis
Bathing,
Boating
Fishing
13 Big Rooms
Sleeping Porch
3 Baths; 48
Min. to City
r r<>m Actual Photograph.
$9,000?EASY TERMS
and Permanent Mortgage of $9,000 Buys It.
The same conveniences that prevail in New York Ciry.
FRED'K G. ELLIS,
Telephone Cortlandt 1523, 168 Broadway, N. Y. C.
HO KOK, H OK THK H KO NX
Several Houses
Borouffh of the Bronx.
X-a r and on thn water. Many
desirable piola. Al! with water
\. ? within a few feet of kjoU
bathin_.
Lexington Avenue fubita'j to
Pclham Park now being completed,
making City island rani'u accessible
Co all parts of New Yurk.
Write for Booklet
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IFFICB ON 1'Kuri.KTT OPEN EVETiT DAT.
WESTC HKsTKIi COI N'1'?
Beautiful Modern Stucco Home
HlKhl rooms, 7 baths b?st section on Hud
son; garnie on ci rner " ?? ' it- r? -,
If 1. HI N'TINGT' ?N 771 ?'a
i ?*?.. Ton ci rs. Telephi ne ?77
FA1RVIBW FARM 268 ACRES, or would
divide I .arse modern 16-roun .-. . ?
Land ?. -; -??-?;? SOO f- b< el ...
view, all directions. All kinds of fruit.
:(? i ... ? . - i P. skill and Lake M il : i
liargaln. Your own broker or WO? . 11
v\ est ;. ' i h -?.
CONMCTICIT
Sound Beach, Conn.
. ... .. ...... ..
Wlntf housos ti
to Maj : ?'.-.:? h- ' ? ? ' ui . .
..- ';:\- irnished b> th.- ; ? r, S60 to %: .'
pei month am renting li ; ??.-. for next
! :' .. ou are I ?ol- in*; for a :. ? n ? _? -.
t( rma . ?
E. lit-njantln Ixackwooa!, Keul Estate,
Th.?ip 216.
i 00 HA ft will buy five tenement
Ov jUww house? including live stores
Yearly Income $5,?00
MONROE M. FRANKEL
236 llulleti St., Bridgeport, ( onn.
?IM>ilKI>
COl'NTKV HOISF
Ladd& Nichols
Sole or Rent
Tel. KIT. Greenwich. Coma.
JOHN CRAWFORD
7 EAST 42D ST. NEW YORK.
Inspected every property h.- submit!.
CONNECTICtT EXCECSlVEAJT
BOKOl'UH OK MANHATTAN
Autumn and Winter House
Modern conveniences; moderate
rental Highly restricted suburb.
E. 1.. WILLIAMS 3ALES AGENCY, t*
floor. I West 34th Si Call, don't w.?ite.
BOHOrt.H OF THE BRONX
BEDFORD PARK SECTION BRONX ?
rwo-fa ? i lied house fine i ndl
tlon, all linprov menta, electric lights, pri?
vate porches, metal ????ling?- 3158 De
calur ave., between 204th and 206th st*,
m ar Webster ave LINK
NEW YORK STATE
$7,500
\X ill purchase an I I-room
brick residence with ail the
modern improvements, interior
woodwork of oak and butter?
nut; garage; lot 180x120, in
Catskill. N. Y.
$5,500
VC iil purchase a 10-room
frame dwelling with all the
modern improvements; garage,
lot 100 ft front, 200 ft. deep.
ORLIFF T. HEATH
349 Main St., Catskill, N. Y.
FOR SALE ?'i ?? and pouitrj farm; l?a
arres finest well w at red 10 acre?
? ?? ? ... timber, modern buildings; t>u n
gh ? aj i ne ?>f th.- beet
fa: is in Orang? ml ? H rite or call on
ownei ?l.i?: ? Smith, Route No '?',, Mont
g mery, N V
Plot bouse outbuildlm*?. '*?*urch
Street Pleasant ville. N. V Mrs. Bethany
Lyon, 80 Cummin*;- St.. Irv'.nglon, N. J.
M1UV IAXD
FOR SALE
Two Very Superior Mnryland Farms
207 a< ree, 3 acres In timber Frederick
Excellent rond to both Baltimore
ngton Frontage of nearly a
..... , n p< rfe< - -'at.? r?-a?! <"ios? to rnar
;.??.?- l'iu-;.-aOy level l mile* fr<,m city
of Hrunawiik l'.un?m| water in -v*ry
?<-J. s-jperb fencing an?} Balde w?!! divided.
Mansion hug W room?, t.a'.h?-. st<-am hea*.
electricity and other convenience?, T?--.^nt
h itiae has s t<m<:..s in No. : condition. T?ro
I Ravagea, fine bank barn, capacity 45 h?*?!.
large stable and i imer ?is itbuildln?e
all <n excellent condition. This farm In a
! wonderful cropper Prt< - $0?09 an ?t
i!S acre?. 3u acre* In timber Near
?tal?- r?>a?I. in Mnn'.|fom?rv County. 1*
ir.ilei iron- county -car 24 rniieg froiri
Washing-ton. Water m everi field Not
an aci of waste laiv.l Kir-eilenr lmpn-ve
; men;? Thle i? one ?<f the most productive
i farm* In Mor,tg<*ujierv County Price flit
?.an ?.ore
POTTS & GRIFFIN Frede?lBlg MA.

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