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SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE V -A?--CRAMPERMA1P ftT1,, OOOK }(v g.-.h-r or s? par-no, youttt Irish girls; ?It* ?family: g?>o?i ?aiy cf a-, -ce* m i jj?^ n,%r. mr.vrv's- Aprnc>, 10 Va-t 4S.1 st.. SO !Vi<>?' Telephone KP47 Murrn; Hill, ?COOK.?-Tovng Irish woman; ?Scellent cook-! with or without kitohetmiHid; t7<1-$76. c' Miss Ho?mav.'Vs Ag. noy, 10 Ens; .t;'d st" ???J Itoor. Telephon* S947 Murray Kill. ??IRL. colored. h?3f timo mornim;*; ref? :? em*^. NoWo, 2155 7th ave. INFANT'S Ni-PSI: --EtiKlish "trained:' Mgh\x tvommendcd; ?<30-$<*5. JJc, ^;f!?, H,,f_ mayor's Agency. 10 East *:?\ ett., 3d floor. Telephone N?47 Murray HiH. LADIES' M.\I3*>.--l'i.cful 'French*' very n?at r\.*<*l!?nt sewe-: go,.,*. Willing worker; best reference??: city, country; **;.".o Mason's Agency, 131 West 42d st. LaVNDRKSS - CHAMBERMAID," ""cnpni,*,. young; prefers I'aik ave n part ment ; ?60* sxcelleni references Miss Sh*-a*8 Agencv', 6 East 41st st. Murray Hill 6774. LAUNDRESS.- Expert on fine lingerie, etc ? $60-$55. N . Ma? Hufmaye-'i? agency. ; fi ?vast 43.1 st.. 3d floor. Telephone 8347 Mur .-*>- Hi'.! jilLLINE?, visiting. remodel* anj old hat Darr, 61? 1-K-xington av?., opp. Y. AV IUOXTESSORI TEACHER, Italian; tra?ne*! in Romp; taught 8 years In England; seek*? place in school or famit*. ixhtress Miss Leda Seeti. care of Mrs l, ?; Susaipi. 131 Crary ave., M t. Vernon. N. Y. NVRSE -Very nest, nice young Irlfh K|r| ; wall child preferred; loves children'; sweet disposition; excellent references; $5o! Mn;pr,'i Agency, 331 W. st 42.1 St. NURSE ?Thoroughly capable; take two -. ; IS years' excellent references a?-* ? pi yer. Miss Fltzgeruid'a Bureau, . a v. NURSE- Young, hospital trained; exc?*l references. Miss Fitzgerald's Bu? reau, 366 5th av. * ?NE OFERATOR and typist ; house; $1S. Miss K entg, 1OS0 Caldwell av., Bronx. ', ? . Interval? 5 S9. TRAINED NURSE, having country house sey Vine Belt, 18 mites from At Ity, will care for one or t"wo elder v some one needing care a tai n; $18 per week and up, accord in nentV highest references. Com? municate with Richard Davis, 95 Lafayette si, .. w York Cfty, for particulars. \v v IT1?SS with or without parlormaid; wry capable; ?56-?60. L.. Miss Hof mayer's Ag ncj 10 Easl 43J st., 3d floor. Te'.ei - S947 Murraj Hill. "* ? RESS?Capable; good appearing; $55; ; ::?.:; firsi C1B.SS references. Miss Bht-a's Agency, 0 Bast 41st st. Murray Hill BUSINESS CARDS Carpei Cleaning PEtTTNO- -MAKING ?*?VER?CLEANING arpets, rugs, portieres tali sizes), riental colors. Slightly used. At ; rice. 200 yas. on inlaid lin? oleum, S. -. GEORGE 1037 ?D AVE, ?N-PT BT. 4C54 PLAZA CAf.EFVl. CARPET CLEANING COM PANT - rief ns by compressed air. steurn,. h?l in flo. ?? 41D East -,-t.. st. COE * BRANDT Telephone 132 Murray Hill. Carpets EXTRAORDINARILY ADVAN1 AGEOUS 1" ? ? "'ase of Wilton. Axmlnster, Brus? sels carp ts. rugs, from s(.*ciety storage i I private ?.state, enables us to offei Sloane's, Whittali's, Bigelow's, A a tns, In all ?? ol >rs. all sizes ? ned or * amless, $1 yard up; 7 ? $45, smallest to largest Hii-.es; screens; laying, cleaning, dyeing, hanging; everything pertaining ; I ? gs . beautiful things reason abli STII.L1NGS, INC., 620-1728 Madison at (suit? i05). Plaza?8835. Diamonds and Pawn Tickets ?ATT>; TICKETS?DIAMONDS? BOUGHT. SPOT HASH NO WAITING. JOS H'.a-E & HON. DIAMOND CUTTERS. 41 Maiden Lane, Cth Floor. 'Pnom? 212 Jul.n. Diamonds DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY BOUGHT 1 ASH, estate? app.aised. purchased. Bi7* CETT. 177, Broa'lway, upstairs. Dogs and Birds COLLIE~PUPPIES For year children and home, It If con are very faithful watch home and superior ?a...ras nions for ?-la Idi en. We offei ? ... pi lign - a colli ? pup? pies male; males, with book on train each; safe a rival (?'ja rantei a leautiiul full-grown maie ?.a a he is a us? t.i..k? ??. real 'pal." Price HO. Porsch Farm Kei Is, Fullerton, Md. Furniture HinTTEsT PRICES paid for frrnliure. *n tlque?, p'anoa, bric-a-brao, books, ?it, ate Jab\v. -, University Pla?_e. 'P?^ns "?tuyve?unt *,.i77 For Sale BOrNT-Pfirr TELEPHONE BOOTH. suitable f. - offli ?-. store ?.r loft. HELLER. 42 William st Phon?? John 4527. Men's Clothing MEN'S FriTH. PAWN TICKETS: PA I higher prier*; buy und seil gentlemen'? ?ecoiK'-hkr.d clothing. Jack the Tailor. X1? blast bth ?'. Miscellaneous United States Gas Mask, "3ran.? new, Ideal Thanksgiving mask, pre? mium toy, ?, 2i per gross. Room 411, 1-70 Broadway Mul.igraphers?Stenographer? MULTIGRapkixc,, stenography, type? writ, n-,. fll hours; reasonable. CO?NB, 11? Nassau ... Beekman 473. Old Gold and Silver WOKN OTT Ooi.u AND S1LVEP BOUORT M R LONQMAN'9 SONS. Gold ?ud SUt? K?flK?r?. 14 John ?L ?0^6 ti>ijr? Di?nion<l.. Old CM*. *U?e!. J?laURn?. Actmin uni I'?we Tlck?tj 14i ?lit 2S< it Postage Stamps CASH PAID for old postage stamps. Will call and make offer. B. & H. Stamp Co., ?O? ISO. G. C. Station, New York. BIG BARGAINS?New and u**'*?l wardrobe trunks. 506 6th ave., bet 30th-31st sis. V> earing Apparel ATTENTION?Two garments for the , price of one A wholesaler is closing out big stock at retail; newest models ? ?.?its. putts and dresses 43 West 24th st.. eighth floor. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Protect yourselves. INVENTORS' 5,fCO,,J ldea before "*? VLiMUItO. exposing to anyone, even myself or ?her attorneys. Paul M. Klein, Cons. Enr., Reg latent Attorney, 21 Park Row, N. x. ENGLISH PATENT, ?hipltosto of Ameri? can pntent. for ?ale; ??Mb new Idea is ?low adopted by ir?ri.-. corporation here aa jn improved process by company paving "ig dividends for p st t?-n years i" saine Une. p., ju.x 253 Tribune ?ATVe. ?;r.u south Wales information BUREAl . 149 Broadway, New York C'ty, ?will he pleased o aen?S Government bulletin? ?r annwir ?mairies regarding opportun?in fer farming, ?tu? k-raising and frult-growla! in N?w Soi'h Wales, <?istralla. TRACTION r-vlrond steam shovel, 1 ?? yard: rent, or contract rock or earth ?xcavatluns; we spictallze track construc? tion and repair. Contractors, Room 43, 45 Clinton st., New a r k. PUBLIC NOTICE ALBERT I. KUPFER is no longer re? sponsible for t';e ?'ebts In?urre,l by the N?w V.jrk Surgical Supply Co., doing bu-d tiP!w at 145'? Madison av.. New York City. "OR adoption, healthy infant boy. S months old. Address B. A. N.. 135S Proadway. WANTED WANTED.?Van body. 14x6^ Write Moe _Pi~?" nh.rg. ?i.j7 Fox Bt., Rronx. OFFICE ROOMS WANTED WANTED, in the Murray Hill district. 3 ?mall, light, count ctlng rooms to be used M office?; reasonable rent Answer Ald ?ea, American Committee for Devastated Prames, U m. setk*. st. INSTRUCTION for business men! PI and women?will bei 1 Riven by Homer S. ! I Pace, C. P. A. at Pace Institute, 30 Church ?j Street,Tuesday evening, H December 2d, at 8 ; J o'clock. Tickets may be j ?I secured upon request. Il Mr. Pace's lecture will be! H preliminary to the registra- i II tion of three early Decem-! y| ber classes in Accountancy H and Business Administra Cl tion. Full information, to? gether with the Institute Bnl **^j letin, will be grladly mailed to ^ those who desire it. 50 Church St. New York ?I Learn How to ?I Judge People ^ It can be done accurately. To |H expJain the underlying prin jX^j ripies, there will be a lec f|?S| uro introductory to a new IE MENTAL ANALYSIS AND || VOCATIONAL COUNSELING i Tuesday, Nov. 25, at 8 P. M. ||| There will be a practical HI demonstration. Call or tele? le phone Chelsea 4054 for com n tickets. " F,a?', 4?Hi St. Tel. Vnntlcrhilt ""MIO ? sli l'r r. h, Italian und all other modern Pr?vete or class instruction at school or raslilonce at all hours. "Cortina Phone-Method 1er home use." PROf.ftOHRER'S! Famous Beauty Sch?! Rip?rt 1n?trurttoo tn k ProtM i'pn offert g salarle? from SSO 50 weekly Unlimited i>i>Tv>rtu:ilUe? ai )r i ?laMishlng you/ own business. '1 HAlSD^-^SilSG MANtCURINO ?.-^? *?? FACEwi ?CALf? ?*"** au op white 119 Wej-t 43d St. I DRAKE BUSINESS SCHOOLS IN THE HEART OF 30.000 POSITIONS TRlt?UNE BUILDING BREVOORT BU.LDING ',v. , .a 'u St. Bedford An. at Fulton St. Ma; hartan Brooklyn T I phon B kman 272". nn-1 Prosp t 7'.33 uniioe ? DAYS, <*::?0 A. M. to 3 P. M. HGUKb N1( MTg anv tilT,0 Hf, T ?j p M Individual Instruction. Both Schools Open All Summer. Ask ??r Calalogue. THE UNITED STATES SCHOOL SECRETARIES 642-544 Fifth Ave.(45th St.). The oldest an<? pre-eminently the mosl successful. Preparen for ?i-ni obtains xcellent positions. Write for Ctttalof; A. Prof. Meagher. M. A.. Director. Clark School for Concentration P.oarding'anc'l D<i\ School for Boys and (?iris. Girls' Bchool and Main Office, 301 W. 72 St. Boya' School. '?2: St. & West End Ave.. N. Y. ?ALLARD ADVANCED 1KI?XCH ?T* r*l?/!\l*X CONVERSATION r?C-?loui? Cemiul Branch Y.W.CA. ?^^^ 010 Lex. Ave. at olid S?. ^?oi? or*? LANGUAGES Dui 'Logical Method" vtakrs language? easy. 12th year at 315 5t" Ave.. ?'"rid St.) iCHOOL. (?2 We^t 45th Streol - Si .?? ::rial trainlni;: Individual in I struclaon. Day: evenliilj. PRATT FURNltUPE FOR SAL? GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG?GGG g [HE KG "G" FURN.TURE WORKS, ? O 7Ctl? St. at 3r<l Ave., N. Y. City O O EVERYTHING FOK THE HOME ? O D1KECT FROM FACTORY TO YOU ? ?- Quality Furniture) for Living Roon, c ? Bedroom r.nd Dining Room of un- O rj usnal high grade, at TRICKS fully C -- A THIRO LESS than Llsewhere. C O WHY? BURELY! ? 0 We ar?> mtr.ufacturers, you pay no ^ O middleman s profit, ?dd" street loca- ^ rJ Un means low overhead char?;es, ?; 'P pell?n?; oi ly for CASH and big volum? X P of business means quick turnovers and 5. C 5 THE BiG "G" FURNITURE WORKS, c S 203-205 Fust "Olli ?St., N. Y, ? rj Just a step East of 3d Ave. "L" Sta. C a Catalog N?>. 4H Sent On Request. ? rj Showrooms open Kvenings till 9 P. M. ? ? Saturdays, lu P. M. S O Open Thanksgiving till 5 o'clock. g ?'iGGGGGGC.GGGGGUGGGGGGGGGGGGGG NEWEST PERIOD STYLES. BUSLNESS CARD3 Patents PATENTS Over 70 yrars practice, all com niunieatlon? strictly confidential; banuoook on pat pots fret- on r? qirost. special facilities for offlo* consultations. M?NN & CO. PATENl ATTORNEYS. 601 Wooiwc.rth Building. New York. Typewriter? asaffl?] NON-VISIBLES, 3 MONTHS, $5.00 VISIBLES, 3 MONTHS, $7.50 UP Initial Ptynent Applied if Purcfctud Factory Rebuilt Typewriters All Makes $25 to $85 Trsdemarked und f^narant??ed ior osa yanr. iali. telephoue or ?nit? American Writing Machine Co. ?S9 Broadway, at Worth St. J Tutophone MM it ??m tiL **? t*L aik Bnttw The Tribune Almanac Weather Report Sun rises. . 6 :51 a. m. I Sun set.?... 4 :33 p. m. Moon risei.7 :39 a. m. I Moon set?. .5 :25 p. tn. Local Forecast.?Fair to-day. with fresh to moderately strong west wins ; to-morrow fair : no decided temperature change. Local Official Record.?The following of? ficial record shows tempern turen during the last twenty-four hours, In comparison with the corresponding date of last year: 1918. 1919. ! 1918. 1919. 8 a. m... 42 42 3 p. m... 45 61 6 a. m... 41 II 6 p.m... ill f.O 9 a. m... 40 40 | 9 p. m... 38 45 12 noon-44 49 | 10 p. m... 37 44 Highest. 51 degrees, at 3 p. m. ; lowest, 40 degrees, 4 to 7 a. m. ; average, 4fi degrees ; average some date last year, 4 2 degrees ; average same date for thirty-three years, 42 dcgrrceei. Hamidlly 8 a. m... .66 | 1 p. m_? ] 8 p. tn_58 Rarometer Readings 8 a. m. .80.14 | 1 p. m..- ? 8 p. m. .29.78 Other People's Weather WASHINGTON. Nov. 22.?Pressure has fallen generally throughout the country and a disturbance that was over Northern Sas Katchewan Friday night has moved to On? tario with increased intensity, causing ren eral though light rains in the Ohio Valley, 'he lake region and the Middle Atlantic States, with some strong west winds on the lakes. There was no other precipitation except some local rains from Texas west? ward through Arizona. Temperatures are above the seasonal averages throughout the country, decidedly so in the Missouri Valley, the plains states and the Northwest. With the exception of rain S nday in New England and Northeast New York, fair weather will prevail during the next three ?lays east of the Mississippi River, with mrld temperatures. Storm warnings are dis? played on the Atlantic Coast from Delaware Breakwater to Eastport and on the lower lakes from Buffalo to Oswego. Forecasts for Special District?.?New Jer? sey and Eastern Pennsylvania?Fair in south, clearing in north. Sunday : Mondny and Tuesday, fair ; no decided temperature change. Delaware?Fair Sunday, Monday and Tuesday : no decided temperature change. Eastern New York?Fair in south, rnin, followed by clearing in north, Sunday ; Mon? day and Tuesday, fair ; no decided tempera? ture ennnire. Southern New Entlnnd?Local rains Sun dav ; Monday r.nd Tuesday, fair : no decided temperature change. Western Pennsylvania and Western New York Fair Sunday. Monday and Tuesday : little change in temperature. Going On To-day DAY American Museum of Natural History: ad? mission free. American Museum of Safety: admission free. Metropolitan Museum of Art: admission free. Th" Aquarium; admission free Van Cortlandt Park Museum; admission free. ?Zoological Gardens: admission free. Addrss by Ole Hanson, former Mayor of Si unie and exponent of Americanism, Hlppdrome, afternoon. Lecture by Miss Jeannette Schick, on "The Family and the Individual in Club Life," Stuyvesahl Neighborhood House, Stuyve sant end Ninth streets. f> p . in. Address by Prof.-<sor Hary A. Overstreet on "Today's Social Morality and To? morrow's," I!rookl3-n Academy of Music, 11 a. m. Lecture by Win Ordway Partridge on "The Quest of the Master's Pace," West Side Y. M C A., 818 West ifty-seventh Street, 4 p. in. Sermon by the rector of St. Mark's in the Be.i-' on "Is There Any Legitimate Authority in Religion?" 11 a. m. : cere? mony of the flag at i p. m. r St. Mark's in the Roue'le, 234 East Eleventh Street. Address by Lieutenant B. Maynard, the Flying Parson, on "The Experience of the Sky Pilot," Bedford Branch of V. M. ('. A., Bedford Avenue and Munroe Street, Brooklyn. Sr'rO p. m. Services of the First Church of Divine Science, grand ballroom, Waldorf-As? toria. 1 1 a. rn. George W. Wlckersham. Attorney General in the Cabin, t of Ex-President Taft, will rea dthe Scripture lesson ?it St. George's Episcopal Church, Stuyvesant Square, a ft, rnoon. Thanksg Wng celebration at Hippodrome, 2:SO p. m. Meeting o? the Church of Silent Demand, ballroom, Hotel McAlpin, 10:45 a. m. Camp Wonaka dance, Winter Garden, Ho? tel McAlpin, 2 p. m. Meeting of the Business Consolidation Company, room C, Hotel McAlpin, 11 a. in. Meeting of the Unity School of Christian? ity, Colonial Room, Hotel McAlpin, 3 p. in. Entertainment by Hebrew Sheltering House League, Hotel Astor, 2 p. m. Address by Edith R. Abbot on "Design in Architecture, Sculpture and Painting," Metropolitan Museum of Art, 4 p. m. Study hour for practical workers, Metro? politan Museum of Art, '2.20 p. m. Meeting In honor of Eugen?? PrhnMd.^r, .French Amlvimndor to United Ptut<-a, Morosco Theiilcr. a:30 p. m. Sermon by Chu plain Raymond C. Knox on "Chrlsllpn CrtiseWsMp," Columbia Uni? versity, 4 p. m. Address by ThdiM fitr-phen Wise on "The Message of the Prophet? to 1010," Car? negie Hall, 11 a. m. Ad.l'iss by 37>r ,1. R, Strntton, on "Should Christ Im ns Attend ?he Modern Theatr? ?" Calvary Baptist Church. 11 ? rn. Address by Rev. Charles Frunc?s Potter on "The Religion or Reality," Earl Hall, Columbia I'nivei'Klty, 11 a. m. NIGHT t Dinner and dnnce of the Soulx Lodge, Hotel Astor, 7 p. m. Dance of ttie Llgg? 11- Ktker-Hegorrinn dru? stores, Hotel AM Or. ft p. m. Lecture by Edgar Lucien Larkin, on re- : cent discoveries In astronomy, Itahal Library, 415 Madison Avenue, S p. m. llenilng of answer of farmers, distributors and public official? ., consumers' milk protest. Hotel Biitmoro, 8 p, m. Dinner to the French Economic Mission, Plaza Hotel, evenir? Lecture by Everett P.nn Martin on "What Htis Philosophy to Tench Is About Per? sonality," Manhattan Trade School, Lex? ington Avenue und Twenty-sec?n? I Street, 8:16 "p.m. ? Address by Gilbert Ainnfin on "The Spirit of the New England. ,-ublic School 84, Glenmorc nn?t Stone avi nucB, ti p. m. Reailing of "The Family Album," Stuyvo ? siint Neighborhniul House, Stuyvesant and Ninth streets, 8:15 p. m. HOARD OF ?3DI CATION V.EC'Tl RES ! "G?*orge Eliot," by Chnrles L. Lewis, public forum at Public School 101, Lexington Avenue and lllth Street; music by Miss Esther Benson, vocalist, 8:16 p. m. Shipping News THE TIDTCS High Witter AM PM Sandy Hook . 7:17 8:14 Governor's Island . 8:12 8::::. Hell Uato . 10:07 10:40 ARRIVED YESTERDAY VoBsei Port Departure La Snvoio.Havre .Nov 14 Eton.Liverpool .Nov 8 Esperanza.Havana .Nov 17 Santa Luisa.Cristobal .Nov 15 Lake Annette.Ami lia .Nov 13 Charybdis.) lerrnuda .Nov 19 Purus.Lobos .Nov 6 J. J. Cuneo.Ft. Antonio ...Nov 15 ?NCOMING STEAMSHIPS Due Tu-?lny Indianapolis.Liverpool ......Nov 3 Frankmore.Hahia .Nov 1 Alnva.Barry .N'ov n Edgcmont.Lomlon .Nov 1 Princess Maitoika.. .Cristobal .Nov 14 Yailahad.Glasgow. .Nov 4 Carrillo.Cristobal .Nov 14 Belvedere.Palmero .Nov ? Due To-morrow Ma tire tan! a.Soutliatnpton . .Nov 18 Ei Alba.Gal vest on .Nov 18 Niagara.Bordeaux .Novio Due Tuesday Sa m land.Antwerp .Nov 13 El Mar.New Orleans . ..Nov I 9 Due Wednesday SI honey.Brest .Nov 17 Munamar.Antilia, .Nov -1 OrTGOlNG STEAMSHIPS tOwing to unsettled port conditions tn? departure of steamships is subject to chango.] Sail To-dnv Mall Vessel closes sails Waubesa, Antwerp ....-l*i;Uu*Vi Snil To-morrow Re d'Ttalin, Naples. .. .12:00 M 3:"" TM Vestris, Liverpool .... ?-O0AM 12:00M Brazos, San Juan . 8:30 AM 12:00 M Sail Tuesday Aledo, Antwerp . 8:00 AM 12:10 M Antilia, Lisbon . 8:0oAM 12:00 M Tuckanuck, Acer-. _ 8:00 AM 12:00 M Cr? tic. Naples .12:t,0M 3:00PM Atenas, Jamaica . 7:00 AM 10:00 AM Lake Louis.a Beliz. 7:30 AM 10:30 AM Uberaba, Para . 8:00 AM 12:00 M Venus, Hayti . B:00AM 12:00 M Caregon, Argentina ... 12:00 M 3:00 PM Panama, Cristobal ....12:00 M " : ?J ?J 1 * NI Sail Wednesday La Savoie, Havre. 8:30 AM 12:00 M Zulla, Curacao . 9:30 AM 1:00 PM J. Luckenbach, Rotter? dam . 6:30 AM 10:00AM Guantanamo, Lisbon .. S:?iAM 12:00 M Westport, Durban .... 9:00 AM 12:00 M Kerowlee, Hamburg .. 3:00PM f: :00 PM Bana, Tingston . 7:30 AM 10:00 AM St. Michael. Para . 9:00 AM 12:00 M Esperanza, Vera Cruz.. 9:30 AM 12:00 M Chobaulip. Santas ....12:00 ,N! 3:00PM Anc?n, Cristobal .12:00 M 3:00 i ?i AMERICAN PORTS BOSTON, Nov 22?Arrived: Strs Ben airia. Norfolk; Wihaha, Newport News. CHARLESTON, S C, N'ov 22?Arrived .-'trs Arapahoe, from New fork (an?i pro? ceeded for Jacksonville); Katahdln, from Ja.'Us. nvilie, GALVESTON, Tex, Nov 22?Arrived: Sirs Daniel Webster. Hog Island; Tacti? cian, Liverpool. Sailed: Strs William Green, Tampico; Currier, North Atlantic port; Concho, New Vori?. JACKSONVILLE, Nov 22 ? Arrived ? Strs Cocoran, Galveston; Oglethorpe, Hav ana. Lake Fisher, from sea (for orders) U S S l?isr!" No. 25 and four submarines Key West. Sail?*?!: Strs Tam.'si. Tain pica. Thames, Miami; l,enape, New Vori vu? Charleston; Katahdln, Boston vi. Real Estate NEW JERSEY NEW JERSEY WONDERFUL BARGAIN, $2,500 CASH $9,500 on Mortgage Buy? This Fine Home and Beautiful Grounds. Ea?y Commutation to N. Y. C. Expr?s? P'ation. Beantiful Plot, 100x200 F*. nOROKJH OF MANHATTAN TRIVATE HOUSE, 4G West 75th st.?Im? mediate occupancy; suitable for altera? tion; five ytar mortgage. Nat Ottcnsoser, 288 Fifth ave., N. V. C. LONG ISLAND Glen Cove Estate of twenty acres, magnificent residence, 9 mas? ter bedrooms, 7 baths, garage, stables, greenhouses, beauti? fully laid out grounds. For information apply to L'ECLUSE, WASHBURN & CO. 1 Weit 34th St, N. Y. PHONE GREELEY 8395. X FOR SALE OR LEASE eOO FEET OF WATER FRONT PROP? ERTY ON DEEP WATER, WITH RAIL FACILITIES. OPPOSITE lliTTH ST., NEW YORK CITY. PRICE $150,000. WM. D. BL00DG00D & CO., INC. BRIDGE PLAZA NORTH, LONG ISLAND CITY. COlTNtRY BOARDERS WANTED IDEAL HOME for one or two young ladles studying music ; room and boar.l $90 a month; large ofd fashion*--?! house; 2 pianos, 1 concert grand ; use of car ; beautiful walks, stlmnlatng country atmosphere; commuting distance on New York Centrai R. R. ; for *jgt* ?r Umg*r. D. M., fe?c WO, ?rfb?w BOROl'?'H OF THE BRONX 3T?30 PARK AVE., 170th st.; 3-famlly bous.', a rooms and bath; price 57". r terms to suit. KRAUS. 2 ' 2 East 7Sth st. WESTCHESTER COUNTY IDEAL section, estate liquidation, 4 family frame dwelling; steam heater; center ot ! plot 75x100; barn; $12,000. '2 family dwell? ing, steam heater; lain, corner 100x100; $12,000. Vacant 7-room ?iwellng, steam ! heater; 25x100; $4,800. Wolfe &. Douglas, ? at Harlem Station, Ml. Vernon, N. Y. NEW ?TEUME? HOME SEEKER Will you Invest $::,0H0 In a 9-room and bath frame hi use, on plot -''x 100, near West 225th Street II'way Su i Express and Marble Hill ?-'ta tlurrs, N. Y. C. R. It. Statt? ns. Price ?K,0C0. A9d. Val. S7.00O. AVirGlff?RM?N Realty Speclallst. Phone Murray Hill ?-7. 51 East 12d St. ORADELL AVE., Oradell, N. J : 10 mln utis from station! ? lots, 160x150; corner plot; excellent neighborhood; house foun? dation and all improvements; no reason? able orTer rejected. Phone OWNER, Mur ! ray Hill 7641. REAL ESTATE WANTED -Wanted AMERICAN BASEMENT DWELL? ING, with elevator preferred. 5th to Lexington Ave., C?Hh to 93d St.. with possession wlt>.i:i , reasonable time. Principals onl- .1 v GRAHAM, 5fi Lib? rty St. Rector SOSS. COUNTRY BOARD , THE INN, 42 State ?rt... Flushing, has at? tractive accommodations for additional 1 permanent guests; excellent cuisine, spe? cial Thanksgiving!^inner; ?0 minutes from Penn. station. Telephone 1?*6 Flushing. [pharlestoh; bargfes Nuvannah and Bi-ne laetor. HaVana 'In tow) MARCUS HOOK, Pa, Nov 22?Arrived: ! Mi- Mil ft recht, Kolt.'nlnin. MOB1LH, Nov 22 --Arrived: Str? Hlco, I'lenofl; L?V.e Fi'celnnd, New York. H-ilbd: Anierlcnn tint ,11,n Si 1, with barges City of San Antonio und Madison, ll.ivi.in?. NEWPORT NEWS, Nov 22?Arrived: Sirs Port Hacking (Tin Colo?i; .1 D Rockefeller, Norfolk; i.nii- Capons, cea; ?avfcn, F?n. Bailed: F?r* Eibiirteen (Du), lotterdnm; Atiantlo City iBr), tu sea i-' f.-.i i-.\ NORFOLK, \:t, Nov 22?Arrived: Strs I'."!' Liley, Baltimore: Venlura de Lar rinaga (Br), Oalveston; Francis L. Skin? ner, Newport .News, Boykln, Philadelphia. Sailed: Sirs Lake Fouche. Cette; Boykln, Providence; Rovato ilial), Unit I... ore; Ventara de Larrlnaga (Br), Manchester; Francl? L Skinner, Newport News; Lake 11' m on New York. PENS ACOLA, Pia, Nov. 22?Arrived: Sir Laura, Mobile. Salted: Echra W D lins sack, Sun Domingo; Leo Leblanc (Br). Havana. PHILADELPHIA, Nov 22 ?Arrived: Sirs Hercules (Br), Christiania vit? Boston; L.ikelnnd. MahtanKaA; .J W Vandyke, Port An burr North "vvin.1, Portland. PORT BADS, Da. Nov 22- Arrived: Strs Ri Dia, New York, Maskogee, New York; Phtenlx Bridge, Philadelphia; Sunshine, PI lladelphla. Sailed: Strs Cawker, *?* n ? folk; Co?huUa (Mex), Progreso 151 Mar New York; .Taneta (Br), Glasgow; Lake Helen, Tampa; Louisiana, Port Lobos, Mexico: Managua (Nica), Blueflelds via ?'up" Oraclns; Menapl (Belg), Antwerp; Mount Everest (Br), Genoa via Oran and Marseilles; N? whnrgh, Bordi rinx via Nor? folk; ?ola, Progreso; West Zucker, Havre via Dunkirk an.! Norfolk PORTLAND, Me No\ 22- \.,rlv?fl ? Sehr Frieda E (Br), Ivi-.a, Spain Sailed: Str ! Duncluth (Br), Olhraltar (for orders). SAVANNAH, Nov 22 . Arrived' Strs Patta. Inlnue; Walkill, New York- "Rosen? borg (Dan!. Odense; Howard, Baltimore. Sailed: Sirs Waiden, South American ports vta Jacksonville and Havana; Fred erlksborg LDan), Denmark. TAMPA, Fla. Nov 22?Arrlnvpd : Str 1 Conotton, New York. FOREIGN PORTS ANTOFAGASTA, Nov 20?Arrived: Str Santa ' iv York. AVONMOUTH, Nov 21?Arrived- Str Lai kn Forkvllle, Norfolk BAHIA, NTov 20 KaMed: Str Lancaster 1 ''' He (Br i. from Buenos Aj rea for Nor? folk. BERGEN, Nov 20?Arrived: Str Ber gensfjord (Nor), New York for Staxanger mi I i ".. ? i??! lanla. BUENOS ATRF.S, Nov 19? Arrived: Bark Som (Nor), New York via Newport News, Sailed: Hark Belmont, from New York for Campana, CETTE, Nov 17? Arrived: Str Alblstan (Br), N? wp irl News. CHRISTIANIA, Nov 21?Sailed: Str Stavangerfjorc) (Nor), New York. DUNGENESS, Nov 19?Passed; Strs Hochelaga (Br), Baltimore for Rotterdam. PAYAI,, Nov 1-Sailed: Strs Western ? ?"hlef, from Genoa, etc, for New York: ! 20th, Belalr, from Lisbon for New York; ' St Patrick, from Genoa for Sydney, C B. FOWEY, Nov 20?Sailed: Str Lake Freed, from Rotterdam for N' w York.. OKNOA, Nov 15?Arrived: Str West Tacook, Bait imore, GIBRALTAR, Nov 20?Arrived : Str ; Baron Fairlie (Br), Norfolk. GLASGOW, Nov 20?Sailed: Str Saturnia (Bi ', Halifax. GR1MSBY, Nov ll?Sailed: Str Bettl 1 neau. Hampton Roads. HAVRE, Nov 18?Arrived: Str Rocham beau ? Fr >. New York. 1N1SPTRAHULL, Nov 21?Passed: Strs '?"'rown of Navarre (Br), New York for Glasgow; Fanad Head (Br), Montreal for B? ;. K? BE, Nov 14?Arrived; Str Empress of Asia (Br), Vancouver. LAGOS Nov 30 -Sailed: Str Ogontz, New York. LA PALLICB, Nov 1G- Sail dr Str Vv est Bi bon a ?. Norfolk. HA'ERP? >< '!., Nov IS - -Sailed : Strs Electrician ?i'r), New Orl ans; 1 th il gantic (Br), Portland. Arrived, 21st I ,? .;,. j lack nnville; ? ' i kmere ? Br), ? irfol . Itoj til Transp irt (Br), Baltlin >re via '<? !;:'??':. LONDON, Nov 20?Arrived: Str W ella via (fir), Monti al - 1st Sailed: sir- Ch< n ?sti n ? i r), Sand Key. MANCHESTER, Nov 20 - Sailed: Str Cali onian (Br), B> sti n. .' iv. d: Strs Ninian I Br), Boston; 21st, Mo? ?font (Hi), st John, N B. MANILA, Nov 14?Arrived: Str Capon kn. MELBORNE, Nov 18?Arrived: Str City of M ?.Iras I Ir: i, New V n k. ft? i rTERDAM, Nov III- -Sailed: Str Zul . I. i ! i , i, N. iv York. Bi lUEN, Nov 17- An ived Str Evi lyn, Philadelphia. ST. I.Hi IS DC RHONE, Nov 11?Sailed: Si hi Gladys M. Taylor-, l ra? hados. S iNT? 'S. Nov l'J An iv d : Str Bit in Si w Yoi rr via N? v : orl N'i ? a SHANGHAI, Nov 15 An ?ved: Str Mel vllli ! ?olla r i . !r). Va ncor \ ? r f n "Manila.. SHIELDS Nov 21 Saib d : Str Tasn n le (Swi :>. i im '. olr- nbu g foi Bultiino ?-. TOCOl ILLA, Nov I!?- Yrrived: Str San? ta < )li vm . Ne .'? Yoi U. TRONDHJlfiM, Nov 12 ? Arrived: Str Pam m lord (Nor). Mam:, al. VENICE, ."\..v is- Arrived: Str Athana aias (Greek), Baltimore; 20th, Uarnholme ? i ;: ). I'.. nsa< ola. YOKOHAMA, Nov 14 Arrived: Str Ar na, N? ? Yoi ,.. Sail d : SI : llu nklng, from Hong Kong for San l'r am is? o. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS The conn, cling m lila clos, at the Gen ?-.., Pi slo.iic ana ( r;. Hull Posto tic? Sin i ion, New York, : I. p. m., a? illows: Nn ivali, Siberia and Phtlippim ? slsi ndi ' '?' San i ran? is? ... : nit? d Sun Ai my trans? pon Great North? ?. Nu\ n u 24. Hawaii, Fiji Islands, New Zealand and \ us! a o '? ia s n . o iv r and \ Urtoi ia, il. ?' . su amship Niai ii'i Nov< mbi r 2 1. ,i ?.an ' 'oi'i a Cl mi, Sibi i ia, Stam, ? '??. hin 1 '!?,.:. i, Nethci rands 1-..1; 1 in.lies and I . . pli Islands, via S attie, ? , um hip Manila Mai u, N? '? - mbi '.' -,;. Japan. Con a 1 hina. Sib 1 1 am, Cochin China, N? thc-i la no . East l r. . and i'r. .. ...... Islands, via san Francis. >, si? a inship ?hinyo Mai u, No m bei Japan, Co ca, Ch .... Si un. ?' I r?a, C hin China, Neil in . ? isi Indies a rid Phi , pine i: land , via \'an ..' and Vlcluna, 1.. 1 '.. sti amship l-.mi r esa or Jaj an, ! ?i - ct'm ir 4. Hawaii, Fiji Islands, Ni w '.'?? aland and \\. :,. luver no. \ i ... :.i., : I. I '., st u II ?hip M a ?ruia, 1 ?e ???m!,. Bankerts Co to China American banking interests in China have increased considerably, especially at Shanghai, and with additional snip ping facilities, with a L'air fie id arid no lavor, and with proper safeguards in regard to trade marks, there does not appear to be any rea on why the United .- i-.is should not hold, or even increa e, tin present share of Ch tia's ?ore.g? trade. Col. Woodruff Le-cming, Noted Architect, Dies \ Succumbs to Strain of War Work at His Country Home Lieutenant Colonel Woodruff Lrem ing, forty-nine, a Brooklyn nrchitect. ' died Thursday at his country home in Nrw Cnm.an, Conn., na the result of s breakdown d'ic to the strain of his work in France. IT?.* was formerly active as the hen?*} of the Boy Scouts of Brooklyn and organized Camp Loeming, in the Bear Mountain Reser? vation. Colonel L?em?ng was born in Quincy. 111., and was educated at the Massachusetts Institute of Tech? nology. Ai"t,er his graduation Colonel T.eom'mf; went in'o the office of Heins ; & Lafarge, working for a long titne on the plans for the Cathedral of St. ?Tohn the Divine. He spcnl a year at the Ecole dea Beaux-Arts and upon hi* return to this country opened an office. Colonel Leeming built the first and second buildings of *Ae Na r:iu Conn try Club at C'en Cove. !.. 1. After training at Plattsburg it 101 IS he became a major and during the spring and summer of 1916 he built canton? ments at Gettysburg. He was later given command of the ft**st motor corps sent to France. Co'onel Loenvng is survived by his wife, Mrs. Esther Howard Leeming, a son and three daughters. DR. WILLIS C. NOBLE MONTCLAIR, N. J., Nov. 22.?Dr. Willis C. Noble, sixty, of 55 South Ful lerton Avenue, died at his home Ins:. night of cerebral hemorrbage, after an iliness of several months. Dr, Noble was radiographer at the Mountainside Hospital here and had practiced in Montclair for nineteen years. He was born in New Haven, Conn., and was graduated from Bellev.ie Medical Col? lege in New York. For eighteen years Da. Noble was a medical missionary in CAna, where he had charge of a hos? pital at Fanting-su. He was n deacon of the First Congregational Church of Montclair. EDWARD MORRIS SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Nov. 22.?Ed? ward Morris, seventy-eight, whose hu morous writings under the pen name of "Philetus Ash' gained him a wale rep? utation in the period following the Civil War, died hero to-day. He was a practicing lawyer many years ago. Mr. Morris was also a student of music. OBITUARY NOTES EDWARD JENNINGS, fifty, formerly a sergeant bugler attached to the head martern company of the 23d Regiment, is dead of h ri ?A-a e at his hone. A7? Steutien , itreet, Brooklyn. ,TOHN li. BURROUGHS, eightv-two, who formerly conducted n stall ia Washington Mar ?' died ves?erday al his home, 326 East | fifth Street, Plainfield. N. .3. JOHN M'FARLAND eighty-nine, one of the few surviving "Red 3..a' Devils" who fought in th?i Civil War, died.Friday at his ' home, I3i Second Street, Brooklyn. Tirr3 REV. WILLIAM PECK BRUSH, sixty-eight, rector emeritus of St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church, of Bergen, N. J., died Friday at his home, 297 Ryerson 'treat, Brooklyn. PETER WAGNER, seventy-seven, nn ex pert clockmaker in the employ of TifTanr* & ? o. for fifty years, lied ' riday a', his home. ?1 Mo itor Street G re? nt. GEORGE C TAYLOR, si ty-five, formerly r.n actor, is ?1 ral at the Actors' Home Hos? pital, where he va. an inmal ?*. for nine years. 13" retired from the ; in 13)10. The body was taken to the Gam; bell Funeral Church, and ha :al will take place to-mor? row in Evergreens Cemet ry under the auspices of the Actors' Fund of America. A RIQUE T. MARTIN, seventy-se\ n, foi '?'?? five '??* ' connected with the firm o? Henry W. Peabody & Co., 17 State Street, died Friday morning tit his home, 120a Sev ?nty-ninth Street, Dyker Heights, Brooklyn. 3?-' was liorn in Matanzas, Cuba, and was a con-in of Mario Menocal, President of the Cuban Republic. He wa.:> a thirty-second degree Mason. Jesse James Home Fails To Attract Travellers Surrounded by weeds and under ! rush, a sciuat and weatherbeaten cot? tage of four rooms stands almost for? gotten mail* the heart ? f Sr. Joseph, Mo., and within two blocks of two roll v lines. The house was once oc cupied by Jesse James, the famous M issouri bai d it. A sign on the front door of the cot 'age informs the casual passerby that or th a iv. ?del I ?um ? ?:" i ?'< ???? *its the visitor may i - ; to r? om i i which the chief of band I -; v. a ? sh if I o death by "Bob" Ford the morning of April 3 ? - A as he was hanging a picture. The bullethole in the wall of the ro m and 'he place where the bl d trains are enid to have been are. pointed out to the curious. A score of n ore years ag ? a As;!' to St. Joseph was not con idtjrcd ccrn pletc will uut a jaunt to the home of ie James. But *:*'es have changed he old couple who are completing I nearly twenty yea'-' residence in the i former bandit's dwelling explain, and visitors arc rare. So far as maintain ? g the place for its hi torica] name.it s a failure, they say. In the last sis ? ont hs on y one nor.-'on canic * o sec : ho ise where ,1" se James lived and died. Detroit N cw's. ^celera! Reserve Banks WASHINGTON, Nov. 22.?The condition of the twelve Federal Reserve banks at the close of business Novem i* 331 was as follows: RESOURCES November '.' 3. November ? 4. Gold coin and certificates. $21S 012.000 $2-18.(501,000 Gold settlement fund tF. R. Board). 444.547,1 '0 ?'? ? 173,000 Gold with"* foreign agencies. 142,195,000 140,176,000 Total gold held by banks. $834,754 000 ? I Go'd with Federal Reserve agents. 1,1(>C S6.O0 la ;. 19,00 Gold redemption fund. 118.475.00 104,<. Total gold reserves. $2,119 " ?2,133,260,000 Legal tender notes, silver, etc. 67,057,000 68,840,000 Total reserves . $2,186,972,000 $2,200,106,000 Bills discounted: Secured by U. S. war obli? gations . 1,673,890,000 1,700,618.000 Ail other . 450,747,000 439,000,000 Bills bought 'n open market. 480,043,000 455,653,000 Total bills on hand. $2,601680.000 $2,596,271,000 United States government bords. 26,847,000 26,840,000 United States Vicrory totes. 57.000 79. U. S. certificates of indebtedness. 285,341 i00 278,52 , 0 Total earning assets . $2,916,925.i I $2,9O0,734,00C Bank prem.-tes . 12,278,000 12,266,000 j Uncolfected items i id uin<?: deductions i rcm i gro! deposits . 1,000,235,000 I, 23,574,000 j Five per cent redemption fund against Fed? eral Reserve Bank notes. i9,000 All other resources . . 8,040,000 L0,071,000 Total resources . $6,137,541,000 $6,159,760,000 LIABILITIES Capital paid in. $86.885,000 $86,769 000 Surplns. 81,087,000 81,087,000 Government deposits . 102,80 ,000 77,912,000 Due to member banks- Res. account. 1,837,540,000 1,868.379,000 Deferred availability items . 811,204,000 842,047,000 Other cup., including for. gov. credits. 95,539,000 98 494,000 Total gross deposits. $2,847,088,000 $2.8 1,032,000 Fed. Res. notes in act*.ia! circulation. 2,817,173,000 2,80 ' 6, 10 Federal Reserve Bank notes in circulation, net liability . 25.7,680,000 257,281,000 All other liabilities . 47,628,01 I 44,835 Total liabilities . $6,137,541,000 $6,159,760,000 Ratio of total reserves to net deposit and Federal Reserve note liabili? ties combined 46.9 per cent, against 47.1 per cent the week before. Ratio of gold reserves to Federal Reserve notes in actual circulation after setting aside 35 per cent agaii\t,t net deposit liabilities, 54.7 per cent, against 65.2 per cent the week before ^ _,_ f'i BIRTHS ._? KETT -Nov. 20. to Mr. and Mr*-. Louis S Keit (nee Rose), Lebanon Hospital, a son, Joel Ir*.vin. -I KKRn'S?KAt.LMAN-On Nov. 20, to Mr. f and Mr*. Widiam Kerl??-Ks!lman 'nee-! Jeanne Kerbs), at 930 Park av., a ?on. -j ENGAGEMENTS ilAIN ? SPRINGER ? Announcement has been made by M -, and ?Mrs. i r deric Al ? t?.n Snr'"ir?>r. of Gr?cn^rlch, Conn., of the engas ment of th-i- daughter, Carol; n Fintrty, to Spencer Franklin Vein, fon of Mr. an?! Mrs. J. F. Bain, of Greenwich. RICH?V EILAND - Geort-e W. Weiland, of , 3713 Wyoming av.. Se ran ton, Pa., an? nounce engag ment of his daughter. Tesse Kathryn, to Wilson Corey Rich, of 101 North Grove St.. East Orange, N. J. -j MARRIAGES BAVA- TAFT On P?t?rda?r. Nov. 332. 1919, ; nt St. Gjeorpte'n Chapel ?>tuyve ant S |U; ? . hv the !';-v E '" Chaui. and the Rev. Theodore F. Savage, Felice Bava, of Turin Italy, *?> Elizabeth Terry, daughter f,- <v,? (at, r-r? K. Tftft MARTIN?DEACON AI Emanuel Church, We! tor Gro e, Webster Park. 3't. ?Louis on War day, November 10. by the Rev. Dr. Courtney Jones. Edith Victoria Dri i-on to Thomas Stephen Martin, of Ne* York. ROSE? 8TEBRINS?At St. Peter's Church, Ca7cnr*. a. N. Y.. Thursday, Novemtier 2<\ 3 010, by the R'-v. Herbert G. Coridington. D. D., Linda, daughter of the late Chart's and Mary Lows Stebbins, to the Rev. John T Rose. DEATHS ABRAHAMSON -Emilio, o? November 22. Services THF FUNERAL CHURCH (Campbell Building), Broadway, 6Gth st., Monday, .*! p. m. BERRY?At Newark, IL J.. on November 20, 1919. Ani-n S., daughter of the late Titus and Juliette IT Berry, of Povpt. N. J., and si t?r of Jennie B. a***! ih" Revs. Charles T., o?" Brooklyn N. Y., and Frankly 3A of 7,n<? \T.geles. Cal. Cano-,; service will be held at the "Homr for Services," lf.n Clinton av., Newark (Smi a /3- Smith), on Monday, November 24, at 2 p. m. BREN?NA??On Thursday evening. Novem? ber 20, 3 03 0. Catherine, wife of Patrick L. Brennan, n<;ed 70 years. Requiero ma's at ^t. Ann':i Chnrrh. Nyack, N. Y.. Monday. November 24. at 0 :30 a. m. CARTER?-Franklin, formerly pr?sider.* of William-? C??!* 'ge, in the Ad year of his age, of pneumonia, at William town. Mass., on Saturday rno-nin?, November "A. Funeral service at Williams College Chapel. A a. rr... Monday. November 24. CARTER?On November 7". L?1D. Robert Williams, M. I)., son of the Rev Thomn rird Hettie P. Carter, in his 4 2d year. Funeral services will bo held in the First JA sb; terian Church, Boouton. N. J., on Monday, November 24, 1010, at .'3 p. rr.. CAVANAUGH?On November 21 1919 James Cavanaugh. Funeral Sunday. 37" Hegney pi., Bronx. COLEMAN On Thursday, November 20, in h s *..:.! year. William, beloved husb: nd o? Mayme Coleman. Funeral from his late residence. :7 C : ; S Light st . E?stchester, Bronx, on Sunday, at 1 p. m. DODD?Suddenly, on Friday. Nov. 23. Louise Storm, wife of Rev. Ira S. Dodd, '.: 7 Washington Sotiare. Funeral private. FOX?Angus R.. on November 20. Services THF FUNERAL CHURCH (Cat Bldg.), B'wa: G6th st., Sunday, 4 o'clock. FISHER Suddenly, at Stamford, Conn.. November 20, in his Tlth year, George F. J'isl-**r. Funeral spni""s at Lym in Hoyt Sons' Company Chapel. Stamford, Conn., Sunday, November 27!, lia. m. GERCKE?Ge irgo P., on November 20. Services T'A FUNERAL CHURCH (Camp? bell Bldg.), B'way, 6<>th st., Sun . < o'cloclt. HOPPEN?Frederick, aged on years, former? ly with Oelrichs & Co. Funeral services :- a - ? i p. m., t hi at Wantagh, !.. I. Train leaves Flatbu-h Av. Station 11:36 a. m. LIMMER?November 21. 1919, Harry Ed? ward Limmer. Funeral servlc'es at his late residence, 6610 Lay Parkway, Brooklyn. Sunday evening, at 8 o'clock. Interment Newburgh, N. Y. GIBLIN -Suddenly at his residence, 5,000 Broadway, Jame; M., d.'ariy beloved hus band of Mary B. and only Bon of the lata Michael and Catherine. Funeral servie as Monday, 3'"? a. m.. Church of the Good Shepherd. 207th st. and Broadway. In term nt private. ADVERTISEMENT DEATHS HALLET?B. Frank died November 21 at New York City. IntMimiit at Mount Au? burn Cemetery, Cambridge. Mats, on ? Tuor.dpv. November 25. at 2 p. ?. MA?"INTYRE Suddenly, on Noy-mber 19. 1919, John Ma.-Intyre. belo? -d hu<hand <* Mary Jane Scott, ?srrd 41 yea--. Funeral f-om hi: late reid'-nre, 527 V !nr.?-fnrd a?.. City ! land, Sunday. November t?, at I o'clock ? MA H ER -On November 21, Mb-"/ M?her ? (nee Manning), widow of Pa*-ick. Fa? nerai Sunday. 2 "30 p m. from her iat? ir Id? Te-e. 235 Ea?t 6r,'h st. MOSSMArf?Howard H?fl, son ?' ih? lat? Dr. Nathan \me? and Marv Hill M?>s mni and husband of Fdith Martin Mowmm.lt hh roo'il-r/T, 171 Park ?v. on Friday morning. Funeral service at hi? late res' dene? at ? p. m. Sunday NOBLE?Suddenly, at Montelair. N. J. Fri? da-. November 21 1919. D- Willi* Clark? Noble. Services at hi? home. M '-o'V - !?':".on av . Monday N ? ?r-her 21, oa arrival of tra*p Irjvinit Hohokrn. D.. L. a\ W " P.. 2 SO p m. NTTSBAtTM Kngn la on Nevemher 21. be? loved mother nt Sarah ?;:pri m. MJlUa ? -, Sem. N-st and Will, in her :?" l year. Tuner?! r-nm her late resliWttjee Sfi Bay 81st st. Ban onhurst, Prroklyn, Sun? day November '2?, 11 a. m. PURDY \t White Plain?. N Y.. IfwwuW '. 1919. Daniel .1 Pnrdr, he bi-d of I ..,;. v pordy fnise Vor??), h? h; "Tth yar. Fnapral service* at hi? ia*e r-?i .' nee, 85 Barker av . White Plain*. Mo-.. di - evonintr. 24th, nt 8 o'rltvk. - ' RFMSFV?tin Noo-mber ?X, .Toh-i Marshal!. l>e!o\ed huband of Kitty Kn-rw-^vn, ItS Mr; 59th yen- Punirai from hi? 'ate re?i dene*. 1640 Bast i^-h st. RrooVlyn. ?m Sondar, Novcmlvr 23. at 2:**?? p. m. ~ ROBPPTo?n-, vovrmhir 21. Wit, A<ra Hob'Tta. aged '?? year?. Funeral ?ervii" at the .-. pel of the Stephen Menrit* Burial and Cr< mation Company. 161 Mb av., corner 18th st., on Tuesday, at J o>'o-k. KOTHMANN On Friday, N 21, after a lingering Illness, Thomaa P.o'hmann. ii I 74th year. Lylivg ;n state at ?5" Uni? al '. incral Parlors, 5?d st r.nd t ?,-'. r, ,-, rv t-_;?r,l,. ^?.j ?.??v, r Colombian Lodce. No. 184. F. and A. M. ; Charter Oak Lodge, No ?><? , I o O F.. ? ? i'-[ ??- an (' o', ?r it '! U> attend funeral Bervicea, at Universal Fu tier a 1 Parler.-. r..rd ?-,'. and l,/-xi"gvon av., Sunday, Nov. 23, 1919. at R p. m. RYAN?Tu.".' France*, on Nove- ber 2?. vi-e- THF. FUNERAL CHURCS ?Carrv. he!! B!f!i. ?, B'wny, 86th st . Sun., t o'clock. SHELLEY Friday, November 21. BdnratM .i . beloved hrmb.tnd of Viola C. She ? ? ipee Morrial, at his residence, i''1*: K 't 1 iDtri * Funeral ma?? at the Church of St. Jerome, 138th st and Alexander av., on M N . ember 24, at 9:80 o'clock. Interment at Gate of Heaven Cemetery. ' ? - ' I ? ? -?. TILDESLEY?Frank B. beloved husband of Rose L., in his 54th year, died su rdenly at Englewood, N". J.. on No-.emHer '22. WAGNER Friday, November 21 Pet? Wagner aged 77 y-ars father r,: A Margaret and H Peter, a?- 1 husband ol the late M.'ta Marie St ?ckholra. Funertr! irs late ret Menee. 20H Monitor et., ?r npoint Bi i yn Sunday afternoon. November 23, at 2 o'clock. WALSH William beloved ron cf the !at< ?:, and A- aabella Wal '. . alsobrother if Mr- .T. M \ri!-.o'- Funeral ".'. J Ahearn's Funeral Parlor ? W ? v... 5j , .. gur -, . A, i ?? | rn IViRti William <" . on Ncvember "n. 5?i -,,,., ,v-- ,, ,, CH1P.CH (Camj b "'. ll. -' - .\ 11 '-. WINSHIP?On November in her ? year. Ellen, widow of Warren W V S n i res 8:15 p. m . *??! n '.-i , Novel 24, at her late residence, 319 Monroe st.. B ooklj n ZULAUF Ar"! W., suddenly, on Novaea? l. 21, 1919, at the r?id n e of her pafw , nts, M an 1 Mi i John C Z ilauf, ^24 West 1 ?d it Funeral service 9 November 23, at 2 p. m. Interment pri? vate. TS VEMORTAM OLSON In fad : rid '???..r of mv 1 Harry AnWn Ol '"n 1 impany E, . 5th Infantry, who m*.<i? the r - . :if. e. N >v. 23, VIH. Sister Florence. FOR SAi.?J.? Chance f - :? qulele bnyer ?o gi t .i :'.!, Addr ss O .1 r . 222 \ irth a-- N .. Ro? h? Ile, N V. FOR SALE -Prominent lot in Kensico Cetne. ? "? ? on has? d ? ' Addre h P.. 1 Tribune. ADVERTISEMENT :."."". ??} I j Learning From Experience I By DR. BERTHOLD A. BAER Somebody sa:cl that bee stings would cure chronic rheumatism. A man in Homer, N. Y., read this in a news? paper and determined to try the renv dy on himself. i When found, he was almost stun?? to death. 1 was vividly reminded of this story when Mr. Frank" E. Campbell, founder-pr< prietor of The Funeral Church, Broadway ai 66th Street, showed me a letter from a downtown banker, signed E. 0. It road in part : "My effort to obtain a p'T^-iit* took me nw*iy from my business for two mornings, besideB rrne calls on the telephone. All this took my time, patience and money. Now mo?*." than over do I ap? preciate what your institution is doing." "We ofttimes meet people," volunteered Mr. Campbell, "who think thai they can d > thing? better than our trained force of men. and women. Others, again, think our establishment too (-?'La-;.'' ? our preparations too detailed and our servie ! too efficient for them to moot our charges." I agree with Mr. Campbell, for T have heard similar remarks. But is it not a well known fact that the largest firm can give the best service at the lowest rate? The greater the purchasing power, the lower the cost and the more reasonable the sales price. Then I compared the first letter with another Mr. Campbell handed me. signed by an ??iik'ial of one of the largest Newark, N. J., Corporations. "Please allow me to ex* res 'mall way my appreciation of the service you rendere ? myself and my wife during my recent bereavement. The courtesy and consideration shown both myself, rela? tives and friends showed a marked degree of finesse' in handling such a delicate situation. Each requirement was so carefully attended to and pro? ceeded with such regularity that I cannot help but remark upon the efficient organization you have at your institution. I \v>h to thank every on*1 of you for all the courtesies received. I will not he? * ' ? to let others, who may be placed in the same posi? tion that I was, know of what valued service you can give. "Hoping that when the me that 1 too mus? pa; ? on it will be \ to pel f :a ;' - ? ame services for m ?, thanking you once , again, I beg to remain, , Yours vor*** sin?" rr A. (Signed) A. R. D." After all, success in business depends upon what others say and think of your services and your organization. TrtOHAS DUMTfOBTH FUNERAL DIRECTOR PRIVAT? RirEPTieN PARIOKS ROOMS 1(3 WEST 7;ST ST. (ENTIRE B'LO C) EMPLOY A SPECIALIST. K&ftfi E.Willis Scott t&Jt? KfNl?KAL DIR33SCTO? FREE CHAPEL, t PERSONAL ATTENTION | 1DBAI* BKKV?C* ' CiT? ANO COUNTRY. AB VOr WOCI.I? UUE IT A Servie? i'? lu entirety rrnder?tli ty tito?? ?lui ha?-?- end*?vor?-d onto ?i? ?'ai <;?n rini i ? i ? i- a ? * i > r i_. r ? t* tarn <? ? v. r liU'AAKD L IIAIirTT. Fun-'ll Dire?to? '?' ?.STORIA ll LuckiWt. ^vfr A Schulte, In?. I'.NDEItTAKKKS?C*t?|X?l * **?.o? ?? til Ani?r.?rUiini Av?. T?-l. IH Ki.-rMit*. in Mr? nr IOHN U.ftlBC UIIPIKT*K||, THE WOOIH.AHN CEMJtyuiT. ?J 3d St. By Harlem Train and tfy It ?Ut?, ixiie "f amall ?!..>? fur ?Mi?. . Ofilc?. M Most 114 ??M.. M. *.