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tX?ST, FOUND AND REWARDS *~ EOsFbaNKBO?OK8 IX>ST.?"Rankhook No 1.076.730 of Banh fot 8aving?>. 2<I0 Fourth Ave , New York. Pay? ment stopped. P ease return book to bank. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET NICE largo double room, with running water: near Klvvrttd? Drive, on 07th st.; lio other roomers, l'hune Riverside 4940. 8STH ST .Madison Ave.?Medium ?l*?<s outside mom, comfortably furnished, private farni.y. Phone Lenox 8071. BOARD WANTED BETIKKl) business ??tan. willing to pay lib? erally for home comforts, desires one large or two smaV connecting rooms, bath and first class table board ?or himself and wife; city or suburbs; good opportunity for family, with extra ro?m. t<t Increase net Income, tl. W. 8.. V O Hex 81*. New York City._ FURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET FURNISHED APARTMENT WANTED to sublet, furnished, for January, February. March; two rooms with bath; Washington Square district preferred. A , Box -66, Tribune Office. MADISON AVE. (Opposite Morgan House) ?Artistic apartment to refined peuple; two rooms, bath and kitchenette, elegantly furnished by leading decorator; year's lease. Phone Monday, Murray Hill 7450. MADISON AVE., near 34th St., artistically furnished two rooms and bath apartment: 112b month. vhone Monday. Murray Hill 7460. ?9TH ST. and MADISON AVE.?Large liv? ing room, dining roc ni, two bedroom? servant's room, kitchen; seen by appoint? ment. Phone Plaza '?ill before 11. 66TH ST., 1 E.?Unusually spacious, at? tractive one-room apartment: hotel ser? vice; fine .estaurant; $?">0 per month; lease. Telephone Plaza 865, Apt. 201. _ HELP WANTED MALE lNfiTKl/CTlON AUTO INSTRUCTION. $25; REPAIRING, DRIVING. SHOP WORK; EVENING CLASSES; COMPLETE COURSE; LI? CENSE GUARANTEED; REDUCTION TO SERVICE MEN. AMERICAN AUTO SCHOOL, 720 LEXINGTON AVE. (59TH). Automobile Instruction $10 B. M. Co., 1.03 Lexington Ave., 88th St. LEARN TO BE A CHAUFFEUR-Pleas ?nt and profitable work; day and even? ing classes. Send for free booklet and vls'tor's pass. West Side T. M. C. A., ?17 "West 67th at. LEARN INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY. Great opportunities now In this field. New classes opening. Write for Technical Bul? letin 33. 23d St. Y. M. C. A., 215 W. 23d St. MEN.?Good paying proposition to operate moving picture machine in theatre; ex? perience unnecessary. Call day or evening. American Theatre Building, entrance 844 Eighth ave. (42d st.}. 'Phone Bryant 1519. WHY NOT SETTLE THE QUESTION NOWT Let us make ?in analysis of your abilities to determin tho vocation you are best fitted for. There 1h no guess work. Our analysis Is based on known scientific laws und our advlcu Is specific. Call here for further deinils. f?ooldet "I." sent on re? quest. Merton Institute. 96 5th ave. (at 15th st.). New York. Telephon? Chelsea 4054. HELP WANTED MALE APPRENTICES BREWSTER .<?- CO., BRIDGE PLAZA, LONG ISLAND CITY, WILL APPREN? TICE BOYS BETWEEN AGES 16 AND is IN WOODWORKING DEPART? MENT TO I.EARN BODY MAKING TRADE. HOYS WHO LIVE AT HOME PREFERRED. ONLY THOSE WHO ARE SERIOUS IN FOLLOWING THIS . [.ASS OF WORK NEED APPLY. NO TOOLS NECESSARY. Boys and Young Men TO DO LIGHT WORK AND MAKE BIG MONEY; GOOD CHANCE FOR ADVANCE? MENT; SHORT HOURS; GOOD PAY TO START. NEWPORT OPTICAL x MFG. CO. 24 BOERUM ST., BKLYN. BOYS TO RUN ERRANDS ! <-;o.).l pay; quirk advancement. Worthing ton & Raymond, 7 1 Murray st. BOY TO It' N ERRANDS; ?10 START; CHANCE FOI ADVANCEMENT. WM. GREEN SHIPPING DEPARTMENT. 627 WEST 43D ST BOY WANTED in drug store. Freese Co., &41 Park ave. CORPORATION SUBSTANTIAL BUSI? NESS MEN* DESIRE SERVICES OF FORCEFUL ENERGETIC GENTLEMAN TO DISPOSE OF STOCK IN LIVE, CON? SERVATIVE OIL CORPORATION WITH GOOD PRODUCTION; STRICTEST IN? VESTIGATION INVITED; THEREFORE. IT WILL CONSIDER ONLY HIGH-CLASS APPLICATIONS. SITTE 30?, 5 COLUM BUS CIRCLE, NEW YORK. OFFICE BOYS"" for general office work and messenger serv? ice; good opportunity for bright young chaps; chance for advancement. Eisemann Magneto Corp., CALL AFTER 9:30 A. M., 32 33D ST., CTH FLOOR, BROOKLYN. OFFICE nov for order department of large electrical supply house; excellent chance for beginner to learn details of business. Manhattan Electrical Supply Co., 17 Park Place, N. Y. City. PHYSICIAN Wanted for office practice (adv.); perma nem and high class salary to the right party Stat>' age and experience. W. H. McBlvany, 70S Perm ave., 1'lttsburgh, Pa. POSITION FOR NEWS EDITOR AND REPORTER Excellent opportunity for keen, alert, newspaper man of experience to secure permanent position as news editor and re? porter on leading suburban weekly newspaper. Reasonable hours, good salary, office cour? tesies. Reference required. ^ JAMES E. STILES, Editor. South Side Observer Company, Rockville Centre, N. Y. SALESMEN This advertisement is directed to men who waul tu make .? future for themselves. Our organization Is the largest of Its ill..! .i.i. i In the country 177 office? now open and growing fast). Work consists of Belling ,i service that will reined;, a condition thai has been detrimental to the Interests of 80 per cent of the people of, th? l tilted State?. Your income will jus tlfj you? m?rita. Call att.-r 1?) a. in., 1304, '. 9 1 Broadway, or phono Worth! V IP MATHEMATICS, mechanical and chitectural drawing, and typewriting u-a are still available for registration rooklyn Central Y. M. C. A.. 65 Han id . L:ooklyn. STOCK SALESMEN Men to sell securities of a commercial rtl? -.in? company on commission basis, : reaalng Its working capital to two i llllon dollars; attractive deal to invest? ors, compunj well established and making money; prominent persons interested, prof im orne assured. Call Salte &20, 299 Broadway. TRAVELING SALESMAN, not over *5. who would like to locate In New York City, end who csn furnlsn undoubted ?vidence of ability as a salesman. Is wanted for position worth $5,000 to the right man. Drawing account ?gainst commission* Call on J. H. HUNTINGTON, 105 West 40th ?t.. after 10 (except Monday. 11 o'clock) and before 1 o'clock. WE are paving members of our district sales fore- from J:'0?> to $1.000 per week; If you are capable of securing and handling a sale? organization to advantage come In and have a ptisonal talk with us. Only men who ?roJ?/?lllng to leave New York need apply. Eastman Rubber Works, '?IS West 40th at HELP WANTED FEMALB iT??tritction WANAMAKER BEAUTY SCHOOL, 383 Fifth Ave., Near 36th St. Leading School of America. EARN $25 WEEKLY. Hairdressing, Manicuring, Marcel Waving. AT.L RRVNCHEF- TAUGHT; REGISTER NOW FOR HIGH CLASS POSITION; WE CANNOT SUPPLY THE DEMAND; REACH On** FOR SUCCESS TN AN EN? VIRONMENT OF WEALTH AND RE? FINEMENT; *CAV. EVEN INC. CLASSES. TELEPHONE 1170 VANDERB1LT. HELP WANTED FEMALE ARE YOU GOING TO WORK FOR THE FIRST TIME? Your first position should include definite training and advancement. THE WESTERN UNION offers a good salary, together with training for responsi? ble positions, to GIRLS 16 to 18 years. Apply WESTERN UNION, 24 Walker Street, Room 1702, NEAR CANAL AND BROADWAT. BLOOMINGDALE BROS. Lex. to 3rd Ave., 59th to 60th Sts. (MOST POPULAR PLACE OF EM? PLOYMENT IN THE CITY.) onn plac**) In good paying positions 350 Intelligent women and girls as SALESWOMEN. CASHIERS, PARCEL WRAPPERS, SODA DISPENSERS, PHONE OPERATORS, ETC. NOTE?Exp??rl?nce unneces? sary. Wp employ competent teachers for beginners. APPLY SUPTS. OF? FICE, STORE OPENS 9 A. M. CHAMBERMAID and pantry girls. St. Luke's Hospital, 113th st. and Amster? dam av. GIRLS STORE HOURS 9 TO 5 Our practical training class enables you to rapidly be? come an efficient Sales Clerk without previous | business training; regular \ salary paid while taking ? this course. Call for per? sonal interview and be con? vinced that HEARN is the STORE OF OPPORTUNI? TIES. HEARN EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT, 4th floor. Entrance 18 West 14th i GIRLS AND WOMEN EXPERIENCED OR INEXPERI? ENCED, AS OPERATORS AND LEARNLRS; EARN RIG MONEY ON PLAIN EASY WORK ON LACE SCARFS AND PILLOW CASES, SHORT HOURS. BRANDT MFG. CO., ROCKAWAY AVE. AND McDOUOALL ST.. BROOKLYN. GIRLS for finishing depart? ment of large lace house ;, light work. Call Fred'k Hack- ! er Co., 31 W. 21st St._ j GlRI.S, bright, wanted In sample depart- I ment In 5th av. In?.?* house; permanent | position. Purr & Hardwlek. 132 Fifth ave. INTELLIGENT GIRL wanted for office work; must be neat and willing; Chris? tian, chance for Advancement If capable. Call J Walter Thompson Co., 2H Madison ave.. New York L'lty. PRESS MACHINE GIRLS. St. Luke's Hos? pital. 11 ?lth st. and Amsterdam av. TYPISTS 16 to 40 years Experienced or beginners A number of excellent va? cancies are open for typists in different departments of our general offices. The work is easy and the conditions pleasant. Advancement rapid; pay good. i Those employed now may participate in our 10 per cent Xmas Bonus. Call or write. THE CHARLES WILLIAMS STORES 25 Washington Street, Brooklyn, New York. HELP WANTED FEMALE CLERKS The New York Tele, phone Company de? sires to engage a num? ber of young ladies from 17 to 23 years of age for permanent po? sitions in its Account? ing Offices. Experience is not necessary, as the work is easily learned and all new employes are given thorough in? structions by women supervisors. The hours are from 9 to 5, with one hour for lunch and half day on Saturdays. The working condi? tions and surround? ings are excellent? light, well ventilated offices, sanitary lunch rooms, comfortable rest rooms, etc. The salary of $11 per week for begin? ners is increased at the end of the second month, and increases are given at frequent intervals thereafter. The opportunities for advancement to higher paid positions are unlimited. Applications for these positions may be made either in per? son or by letter to Miss M. A. Kerwin, Room 502. 25 Church Street, New York City. MESSENGERS Store Hours 9 to 5 Messengers in our employ, including those engaged this week, will receive De? cember 24th in addition to a weekly wage of $9 plus a reward for satisfactory ser? vice an additional Christ? mas reward of TEN DOLLARS ON CHRISTMAS EVE. HEARN EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT. 4th floor. Entrance 18 West 14th St. Professional Shopper to head a corporation department Is WANTED BY ONE OF THE LEADING RETAIL STORES IN NEW YORK The position require? the perv IceB of a thoroughly competent woman who hns hail ?vxperlencj In similar shopping capacity (preferably New York). Write In confidence, giving qualifica? tions, present salary and salary expected, etc., to K. O., '?0'} Cable Bldg. SALES CLERKS We offer to a limited number of experienced Sales Clerks an oppor? tunity to be placed in a new department that will pay good salary and commission to those who qualify. When applying for this opportunity, kindly bring advertisement. HEARN EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT, FOURTH FLOOR. 14th Street. Near Fifth Avenue. SALESWOMEN for our various retail stores as extra? for Holiday season. Steady position If desired; good salary; liberal bonus. THE MIRROR 61 WEST 42D ST.. OR ITS BROADWAY, COR. CHAMBERS St, SITUATIONS WANTED MALE BUTLER-VALET, useful man; Spanish; excellent personal references; city or country. MUs Shauganeasy'? Agency, lid ?Ul ??? HELP WANTED FEMALE YOU If you are in doubt about just what occupation you should enter just consider this fact: Within the past nine months over 2,000young women have been added to New York City's force of telephone operators. And then consider this fact : The increased demands for telephone service in New York Ci(y are such that between now and next Spring we shall be able to provide places in this worth-while occu? pation for 1,000 other young women. WHY NOT BE ONE OF THEM? Apply ai 1158 Broadway, Cor. 27th St.', Manhattan, or telephone Madison Square Official. The Employment Office is open from 8 A. M. to 6. P. M. BRANCH OFFICES BRONX 463 E. Tremont Ave., 12 M. to 9 P. M. BROOKLYN 81 Willoughbv St., 0 A. M. to 5 P. M. 1336 Broadwav, 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. New York Telephone Company. SITUATIONS WANTED MALE A GENERAL MANAGER, knoivinc busi? ness, can develop a product of merit to a high point, of efficiency; h?i must have authority to il(-t and requires a salary of ?EI.OOO a yr-nr to start. If a dynamic per? sonality measures up to your Idea of a I manaucr writ?? mc your proposition. H, Box 2?*>0, Tribuno ?'ffiie. AMERICAN MANUFACTURERS lNTEJl E ST E D T N P. E1.1 ', I A N M ARK ET, PLEASE NOTE AND HUSTLE. Young all-round business man of large ex? perience, Hollander, living In Brussels, hav? ing large office and stores, Is open i o rep? resent American Interests In Belgian mar? ket and promote sale American made goods various descriptions. Also constantly in touch with traders In Belgian Congo. Proposals addressed to Mry.Iaek Fonteln, 51 ni" do In Carpo, Brussels, West, will re? ceive duo consideration, Lose no time! BOOKKEEPER, assistant, wants position where he dan advance. G. M. D. A., Corona, L. I. BUTLER, capable, ?on.I appearing, well recommended; $90; city or country. llss Sh'-a'n Agency, 0 East -list st.; Murray Hill 6774. CHAUFFEUR, 24, singlo, wishes position with privai" family; thoroughly exxperl enced, drive any make; furnish best of reference. (J. Belts, 353 Grove st., Brooklyn. CHAUFFEUR, honorably discharged, l". S A., wishes position, prlvato or commer? cial. P. Mull, jo, 4243 Third ave. COACHMAN Firsl .'.ass references; un derstands hunters, If necessary. English. T. IL, care Martin & Martin, 333 6th ave. COLORED COUPLE; butler, useful; excel? lent cook; ""120; entire work of country house; well recommended. Miss ?Shea's Agency, ?*> East 41st St.; Murray Hill t'774. COOK and wait; very neat, efficient young American; bachelor's, small family i apartment ; excellent references; $75. Ma I son's Agency, 131 West 4L'.I st, ! COUPLE?French, butler, valet mid cook; j both thoroughly experienced; excellent references; city, country. Miss Shaugh nessy's Agency, S60 6th av. HOUSEMAN.?Capable young Swede, 66; city or country; well recommended, Miss Shea's Agency 6 East -list st.. Mur? ray Hill '3774 HOUSEMAN?Generally useful man; four years' splendid references; city, country. Miss Shaughnessy's Agency, S60 6th av. HOU'SECLEANING, general; vacuum cleaner. A. Francis, 2C West 137th St.; Harlem 6707. MAN, 27, married, ti years' experience, electrical and mechanical railway work; any kind of shop work. Kern, 6 Lenox st., i Jamaica South, N. Y. NURSE, male graduate to men desires po? sition as office assistant or secretary to physician; institutional and office training; knowledge of stenography and typewrit? ing; best references. Riverside 1J52, Apt. 3C. PAINTER, paperhanger, plasterer, hard? wood finisher, wishes contract work; rea onable prices. M. Chcrnln, ks McKlb : bin st , Brooklyn. Tel. Stagg 3532. YOUNG man 26, compelled Increase weekly income, desires work any kind, prefer-I ably along ? Icrlcal line, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. ; no lunch hcui ; salary expected, $15 per ? eel< : elghl years' business experience. B., Box 264, Tribune Office. YOUNG MAN. 28, neat, gentlemanly ap? pearance, desires position; anything; possesses executive ability; Initiative; seven years with last employer. J. Uulvln, 9t*2 Boston id. Bronx. YOUNG MAN. 31, Christian, married, would like position as manager of ga? rage, having own garage for 6 years. Gal? lagher. 1633 East 14th st.. Brooklyn. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE A.?A.?CHAMBERMAID and COOK, to? gether oi separate; young Irish girls'; city family; good city references. M., Miss llaf mayer's A?'ray. l'i East 43d bt., 3d floor Telephone SS4? Murray Hill. ??lIA.Mm7n.MAin, assist waltr'-ss; neat, nice appearing young Irish girl; excel? lent personal references; house; ?4i>. Ma? son's Agency, 131 West 42d st.; i?ryant 5633. CHAMBERMAID.?Can mend: will assist In pantry; $50; three years last place. Miss Shea's Agency, ?? E. 41st st. Murray Hill 6774. COOK.?Excellent cook and manager for the country; pood, reliable, thoroughly experienced; English Protestant; nplen?)ld references; $50. Mason's Agency, 131 West 4*7d st. COOK.? Voting Irish woman; excellent cook; with cr without kltclvnmald ; $','0-$75. C.', Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 10 East 43d st.! 3d floor Telephone. Is347 Murray Hill. COOK.?Very* neat, nice Irish girl ; excellent references; house preferred; most desira? ble; 500. Mason's Agency, 131 West 42d at. Bryant 6633. COOK.?English Protestant ; very neat; most excellent cook and manager; exceptionally well recommended; apart merit preferred; $70. Mason's Agency, 131 West 42d st. COOK, first class; neat, ec?*nomlcal; best references; city or country. Miss Shaughnessy's Agency, S60 ?7th a v. HOUSEWORK?Competent young colored woman, part time. Write Bugga, IS} West 124th at. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE COOK. Accommodais ????? day ui wnek; vary neat, ? ho oui hly expei lene? d, high ? |y ,. , ummoml i city, $3 i0, M ?son ? Agency, ni W??st t. i h? COOK Proti ? ' mi. |..?:, ?,'sry ? ipahlo . ?even j eai nsl place nps ? l ?. pro ferreI . $70 MI Sri l'a Agi tld '? i liai ni Mon. y Hill 6774 HOUHEKEEPEH Ri i ni il, s- : agi ri woman in, nom 11 i | as hou. i" two Ihre? ? nui n n Idowi r oi bu h? loi. B, I i 270, Ti Ibuno Offlco, HOUSEW? illKEH i colored ) ? ?*. i b e ,i i ; ., thorough ? i i lene ? ?I ; PXeeptl - . v. ? ? 1 reci eep home. ?l Mason's Agi ... y. 131 ? ? i il INFANTS' NURSE: i ? sel.oit :..,.. , ? illv ? pet iced . fin? est icr. reii'i ? ?.,,.. Mason's Vgcnoy, 131 IV i I I I ? lii 5 il .1.1. INFANTS Ni ILSE English iralm I; highly ?e, on,in. ni. I $60 V ? M M Mol tua- ? . Asjel \ 10 East 43.1 I'. leph m.' ? '? ? M.-.. Il INFANT'S NURSE Very rapnble; Cana ?lian Pi ? tei ni f ivou g Vi?'. i South . ?Ine ;.'.?'.. Ml? hen's ?igen? y. .. I ., ? i ? Murray H 6774 KITCHENM VID l- spi rlem ? i . y? n? '? . i. . I ?ints ? . Miss lh? n . \gi nu, 6 East 41si l Murrn Bill 677 4 LADIES' MAID l ful (French) i.. at : pxci II. ot sewer; ,: ' rig ? orki r. hi ?-? i ? fei ? ncei c|tj i-ounlry ; $50 Mason s \ i.. ? 131 Wi i I LAUNDRESS and cleat i ? . . npable, ? ns ? ? i .I ivnrkei tho? onghl v experienced, resp Mason's Agi m y 131 ,\V? ? i. I ' ? til 5 6 3 3. LAUNDRESS . CHAMBERMAID, capable yout R. prefers Pu . irtinenl i 0 . excellenl rrfereno- Mn h Vgl ni v. 6 East 41*i il Murinj lili i LA!*NI'Hi:ss Expet ? on line ngi ? J. i I N. M I Hol 10 Easl 13d si . 3d llooi . ? ; ? ? i S I ray Hill. MILLINER ? Isltlng, r< modi s in' i l il Darr, 615 !.. -.!: ;ton u . ? pp V W C A. NURSE Very neai ng Irish girt; unlkl'.g , hild preferred sweel dls| n< o Ion ? \r.erei -, $'.0 Mason's Agem i '. IV. ? I : ' W A [TRESS wltl " parlorma very ca| ?Me; %'. ' !?i?l ;. \l Hoi mayer h Agi ? H? Ens? I3d Id flooi Telephone 8'.?47 Mur? ?: Hill WAITRESS Capable; good appearing; ! . city preferred; first. ?? M - Shi as Agem y, ti Easl llsl Mnrraj tl ! 6774 EiMPLOYMEM AGENCIES MISS AINO SEUDERLING EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 2019 5th Ave., Cor. 12 5th St. NEW YORK CITY, Telephone 44 74 I larlem ALL KINDS OF FIRST CLASS HELP OF ALL NATIONALITIES MALE AND FEMALE HIGHEST REFERENCES FURNISHED. BUSINESS CARDS Carpet Cleaning CAREFUL CARPET CLBAN?NO COM? PANY.?Clefins by compressed > 1 r ?t'-atn. hand or on fl. 110 EshI ISI Ii si r?>E& BRANDT. Telephone 1-2 Murray Hill. Carpets EXTRAORDINARY V ADVANTAGEOX7S PURCHASE 'if Wilton, Axmlnster, Brus? sels carpets, rugs, from society storage warelioua?! nnd i*.?*lvate ?stale, cr"i.bles us to ??ff>*r Slnane's, Whittall's, Blgelow's, Smith's, Artlooms, in all ?a?"-, all sizes and prices, sea ned or unless, ?1 yard u?? ; rugs, $7 to $45, smallest to largest sizes; portieres, sen ?. ? laying, cl a dng, dyeing, repairing, exchanging; everything pertaining to carpets and ?*ug! . beautiful things reason? able. STILLINGS, INC., 620-1*28 Madison av. (suite 105 ?. raiza s??3j. Diamonds and I'awn Ticketu PAWN TICKETS?DIAMONDS -BOUGHT. SPOT ?'ASH NO WAITING. JOS. ROSE .<7> SON, DIAMOND CUTTERS, 49 Maiden Lane, ?7th Flour. 'Phono 212 John. Diamond*? DIAMONI?** AND JEWELRY BOUGHT F?*R CASH, estates app.'alsed, purchased. BENNETT. 175 Broa?l\vay, upstairs. Furniture HU7ITE.ST PRICES paid tor frrnlttire, *?n tlques, pianos, brie a-brac. booSts, ?rt, etc. GAB AY, 8S University Place. Phan? 8tuyveaant 1..I77. For Sale SOUND-PFOOF TELEPHONE B?-?OTH, suitable f?.-- office, stm ?? or l"ft. HELLER, (2 William st 'Phon? John 4537. Men's Clothing MEN'S CLOTHING MEN'S HIGH GRADE SU7TS ANL OVERCOATS---mado bv nigh lass tailor?. EXCEPTIONAL Y AI i ES AT $30 and $*)-> Save "Try-on Troubles." A .te B, CLOTHES SHOP tl West 33d St., opposite M?-Alpln. COME UP! ; WHERE PRICES ARE DOWN ! Buy a Stich Suit or Overt-oat direct from maker to wearer and save retailer's profit. Wonderful values, $26 to $35.50. Stich (*o.. ?'21 Broadway, elgtith floor. Bleecker ctreet subwaj or "L" statto.i MENS BUITh. PAWN TICKETS; PA t highe*'? prices; buy and sell genllnmen'i h?c(ji:? hand clothing. Jack th? Tailor. 112 East 6th s'. Miscellaneous MASS. FELT RUG MFC. CO. The largest manufacturers In Mass. State; Jobbers, dry gomia st ??? ? and agents buy direct from factory. Write for full par? ticulars, S. Drozanslty ?c Son, Chelsea, Mass. Patents PATENTS. Ofer 70 years' practice; all ?*omm?mlc?. tlons *>trlet!y confidential; handbook on patents free on reques?.; special facilities for office consultations. Mann & Co., paient at? torneys. 611 Woolworth Building, New Turk. Postage Stamps CASH PATD for old postage stamps. Will ??all nn.l rake offer. B. & II. Stamp Co., Box ISO, Q. C. Station, New York. Rugs ORIENTAL RUGS ?f? gn???2: tity bought for highest cash; apprising a specialty; call or write. Basnajlan, 30 West 46th st. 'Phone 5 101 Bryant. Setter Dog Wanted WANTED?A setter dog, six or eight months old, dark terra cotta color; nl -, retriever and must be In excellent health; pay from $14 to $20. F, s. Garro, 456 West 124th -* Trunks BIO BARGAINS?New and used wardrobe trunks. 506 ?ith ave., bet. 30th-31st Bts. PUBLIC NOTICE <*> ALBERT I. KUPFER Is no longer re? sponsible tor the debts Incurred by th?? N?*w York Surgirai Supply Co., doing busl n?'ss at 147,7? Mad'.s?,n .?.v.. N-w Vork ? * 1 ? y SURROGATES* NOTICES i IN PURSUANCE y..tr AN ORDER OP Honorable John P. Cohalan, a s irr?gate of the County of New York. NOTICE I? hereby "riven to all persons having claim? against Vliglnta Purdy Ian? a. late of th? County of New York, deceased, to present ^ the same, with vouchers thereof, to the ; subs? fiber at Its principal place of trans . acting business, at No. 22 \\ :111am Streat, ! In the Borough of Manhattan, In the City of New York, State of New York, on of befer? the 13th day of December next. Dated. New York, the 29th day of May. 1919. , THE FARMERS' LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. Temporary Administrator. ! GELLER. ROLSTON & HORAN, Attor 1 *?>?}*? for Temporary Administrator, ?J Uxohange Place. New York. N, X. FI It MTU IM'! FOK HALB < i ; ;... ; a lUOOOOOGi I OOOl IOO? IO? 10000 Uli. BiG '(," FURNITURE WORKS, 3 TAU? 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I* r ual ' pa n J ? ' ? e ? i ? a I . . 140 i?. ., i way, ' ,! ' e an In the ? it* of New *. ui a. su-p ol New \ ??.n m i" fore the IUI i, day of 1"*?? ruai . : ??. 0, n? ?i Hated ? the 30th ?i-v ??f l.i'.r 1913 i i i . Ill MTINGTON Ol ARAN I \ Till IT C< ?MI'ANT '?I a I7\\ ','?UK. K?* utora .'.' K\ A * : '!?.;: ? (ill KEN, Attorneys tot Mr... ul i, 120 B idwaj Bui ugh ?.( Manhal an. Net? "... ? i ? ity Al. i am i 1*711, .?? .'.Kin ,\ i ? n ir anee an mil? i . ? ?? ul .. ml New Yuri 13 Is . . i . i , , <i Joseiih A i . ... \ ? ? ,i ? ' i at Its pin ?? f ? ' ?? ? . i .a. ijiisn.ii n I Murru & I viand. Its ?I VVii ? ??* N.w v ?? . tal .i. before I hi 1 i ?-1 i . .. t Mated, ?? >?? i . ' s ?7th da) I 1919 1 1117 EQi I TABLE II 1*1 COM l'ANY Ul' NEW \ IRK II ,r MURR A' K I ,* \ . .. Attorn si l'. O. Address ? H igt) of Mai , i City IN I'l RSI ?\N?*K or iN ORDER f Honoi abl? .lohn I' i halan a Hut re? gate of ? couni if a ? N?. rica !? hei du Riven * ?? .; a .. m n| clan i ;?..?? i I. Ha liness la*? ? ?? I nit) 0f ' . ., ', . ? (), ,.,,,. ,| t() present the sa i wil a thereof to the sub? i. at I i , ? i f ? uni a. HnK busli ess .? I I ?? 111 a M isr? Murra) l'ii ?? v i i wlanri au.?rn? ? M Nu . '?' ail .-i te.-t, In I .?? I? irough of Maul Lll an n i he Cltj uf ? -.v Vork Bta'i of New York, on n ba.i? in? biu d?. <if I. Iiexl i ated, New lurk, i,... _.,,, day .,t Wbt 191? EL III HAI.Ifl H A It EN ESS, '? ii 17 NEW YORK 1*111 . ,1 l'ANY Kxe utors MURR A V. HRENTH'K ?: Attornej ? foi Kx. utoi ?. Office ant V O. Adilrcss, .: ; a. ,i -a ... , ?,... eng h of Manhattan, New York ? "ity IN PURSt ?M'lt <>F AN ORDER or HON . , lohn H C< halan, a ?-miogate of th? County of New V'ork, Notice m hereby given io ... pet i- having claims ajair,.; Anton P IJInncK, late of the County of Now 1c:k, ..e. us? 1, '.- prenent I ?? name, wits m. hi ". thereof, t" iht suhncrlbern, at -heir place of ? a .. ting business at lbs office ot Richard J Lewis thcli attorney, at No i? William .-tie. . In tho Porouab of Man? hattan. In the ('n> of New York, Stal? at New York, on ot before tie lei day of f1'? venibe?. 1919, next Ijaied. New York, tli? liith day of April. 1919 THOMAS .1 HI.AM'K, ? ORN ELU S W BERDAN, Sxecutors PH HAM) .1 LEWIS, Attorney for Km ?,-iiior? Office ?id P t? ?wddress, ?I William Street, liorough of Manhattan. INBW Tori. City IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER O? Honorable JOHN P COHALAN, a surre ?ati of th' Count) of Ni ?\ York, NOT!? K '?, her? ? giv n io ;?.., pi ?? ns having .lalir..? ?gainst W . am V Moffett, late of tha Conn -,y of N.'W V/ork, deceased, to presenl the ?ame, with vouchers thereof, to the sub pin ? ? ; i rs iisacl 1 ng bu?I ? n< .4. ..' i? inkei Trust ? mi in) No 16 Wall St., l.i the H ? igh of Manhattan, In tho City of New Voik, Mat?, of New York, on or before the 25th day of January, liiCi, next Oatcd New \ urit. the lltn day of July 13 l'J. HEN. Y I WHEELER. HANKERS TRUST COMPANY, Executors. WHITE & CAPE, Attorneys ; ir Execu? tor;!. O dice and Postofflce Ad.lr.-s?, No. 14 Wall Street, Borough ul Maiihat ?.? n, ?... '. ut New Yora ROBERTSON, ROBERT H ?In pursuance of an order of Hon. John P. Cohalan, a Surrogat? of the County .f Now York, notice is l ? reby irlven to all persons hav ing claims against Robert H. Robertson, late oi tin; C unty of New Y'ork, deceased, to pr.?.-nt tho N.i io, with vouchers-there? of, to tin subsi riber, at his p.a e of trans acting business, at the office of Tunis t.1. Bergen, Ins attorney, al No. 2 Hector Street, in the H ruugh of Manhattan, In the City of New Vork, State of New Yora, on or before the l.t.i day of March, 1j20, next. Dated, New York, August 21st. 1919. THOMAS MARKOE ROBERTSON, Executor. TUNIS G. BERGEN, futorney for Execu? tor, Office and Postotflce Address, "> Hector Street, Boro un n uf Manhattan, New York City. IN PURSUANCE OK AN ORDER OF Honorai le .lohn P ?'"h..Ian, a Sut t... : 'lio ' 'ouiil> of New 1 ork, notii e is ico.! v given to all persons having claims against Annie T. Lang, lato of th.- County of New York, deceased, 10 present the same with \ luchers ilifri il to the subscritor, al p?a o of transacting business at the olllce of Hawkins, Delafleld .v Longfellow, their attot neys, at No 20 Ex hange Place, In tho City ..f New York, on or before tho 17th day of .May, next. Da .1. New York, the 3rd day of Novem i ber, 1919. ISABELLA G. B. LOTHROP, CHARLES G. TAYLOR. Executors. HAWK-INS, DELAFIELD & LONGEEL LOW, Attorneys for Executors, 20 Ex change P.ace, New York City. HOPKINS, JEANETTE M.?IN PUR3U anc of an order ol Honorable John P, Cohalan, a Surrogate of the County of Nov? York. NOTICE! is hereby given to all per Bons having claims against Jeanevte M. Hopkins, late ol the County of New Y'orK, ?let cased, to present the same with VoU ti? ers thereof to the subscribers, at their place of transacting business, at toe oitlc? of their attorneys, Travis, Spcnce & Hop? kins. No. 60 Wall Street, in the City of New York, >u or before the 2d day of February next. Dated. New York, the lSth day of July. : 1913. HENRY HOPKINS, Jr.. ALBERT HOPKINS, Executors. TRAVIS, SPENCE ft HOPKINS. Attor neys for the Executors, ?0 Wall Street. New York City. ROBINSON, GEORGE H- IN PURSUANCE of an ord i of i Ion Ji hn P. ? '..halan, a Surrogate of he County of New York, notice is hereby given t? all persons having i i tns against GEORGE II. ROBINSON, late of the Coun :?? ??' New lork, deceased, to presen? the name with vouchers thereof to the subscrib? ers ?f their place of transacting business at '?? ? of Olne) i. > Vim i...!., their attor . ai 6S Wl .i ; o . Borough of Man? hattan, In lie- Clt> of New York, on or bet?re the 26th day of April. 1920 Dated, New York, the l,"ih dayof October. 131'J. RUTH ROBINSON DONNELL. SARAH D. ROBINSON Ex? cutrlces OLNEY & COMSTOCK, Attorneys for Ex? ?cutrices, Otflee and Postoftlce Address 6S William Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York City. WILKINSON, ALICE STROSU, -IN PUR- I sa,a a of an ordoi of Honorable j ? 1' ? oh il ?n. i Sa-- : ite of the County of 7.?-'* York, notice Is hereby given to all per? sons having claims against Alice Strong Wilkinson, late of the County of New York, de eased, to present the same with vouch' . ? ?rs thereof to the subscriber, ui his ; :.? ?> of transacting business, No 41 Wall 8tre *, In the Borough of Manhattan, City of Nuw i York, on or before the 2?jth day of April i next. Dated, New York, the 10th day of Octo ber, 191 I. FREDERIC De PEYSTER POSTER, Exe utor. WILLIAM A. ALCOCK, Attorney for Executor, 41 Wall Street, Borough of Manhattan, City of New York. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP Honorable John P. Cohalan, a surrogate of the County of Now York, NOTK E l? hereby given to all persons hu\irig claim? against Elizabeth B. Hujt, late of the County of New York, deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at his place of transa-ting business, a' the office of his attorney, E. Dudley Barlow, No, 1)2 Liberty Street. In the City of New York, on or before the auvent h day uf February next. Dated. New York, the 28th dav of July. 1919. GEORGE HALL HOYT. Executor, ?. DUDLEY BARLOW. Attorney for Bixecutor 32 Liberty Street, Borough I of Manhattan. Now Torfe City. 11 r, m, von? M in i n c. in rni ? ii HI , i ? i ?? , HI r RUST COMPANY, s? ? I'll M . Kyi |T T , u i i- , ' i-i i- i i . ? - i ' ? ' Land Till? 4 mn| Tl ti ? i' " ? ? I I ' [ I 11,1, anil i r i I u H i ? ? ! < .? ? ? Sl|i-.- i \i o I I ? I I I ? r 1 !.. . ? . ? I ' a ?. I . , I Blshoi Babia . a ; I Ul bo ' ! md ? ' vi i . ? .... ? & with 1 Crow a Cork ? f 1 Bol I I.new New Era with I ? ,,.?'. H me , ' 11 ,( wit h S.l UK? I l . Ill* 11 ' ' Motor ; Ki '. : I ... i i I'uwt-r < irkir.g achine l hand Ii ; 1 stencil ma? hine 1 eluvatoi l Brine lank with ammonia < l Ua\ idson pu ip ; wal ? tai k 1 Cent un bottle soaker i \\ . rlil ab? ne 1 Capping Machine i i rui ks il.it :: bbl trui ks l water I in : boil i feed pump i eh ? il r 20 lire pa Is 1 .ot of beer a nd wal er hosi . 9 ?es, hi pulleys, ; ping, as. . 1 itl'01 11 scale 7' Ii : ... uit.-il : ube boilers l-a ..... n ... tools ! wla i-1 liai row 2 shovels 1 w ? 1 boiler tali- ? leaner Hi ps . alil'i : ma Ma*. 1 . la 1: s finished 'A a -a ioxos assorted Bottle wire 1!..; 1 le ivra ppi 1 9 ? .u amol a lips plain 1 a ? ; * les ? la ta. ,1 Malt) Bull les 1 .-1 . ..1 , l-a. ; y t I lottli .-, 1 Aas loi lloll x ' ! ab? Is Re? ?a un Malt l.ab? Is Reg Iron M 1 ? Labels Hui i> I,: . ., Labels Sp mi -a Mail Labels Non Vli oholli Malt ? ? M 1 ,ab? Is Huftex Ad\ rtiaing matt' r 2 Bales excel : As moro fully provided b) said final dec. to which referei made: 1. The sale will bu mad? ? thout tlon, appraisement, redemption or cxten Mon. sp 7 M ? g ii ? ' g' 'SS ? 00 g . 100 g 93 I ?, ' .. I .... M 2. Th.- property will be offered for sa e .n on. bio. l< .. r i.ir . 1 and ;t. T!io pi. j.- i .. ?. sold . it - the en of any and u taxe? and ment s and like ch? against It or any pari tln-i : to any other slat u any pa I t hei ? i f w hl h chargeable up n i ' or an) ; i I ? ? prior to I I ? ? Iten of tin ? ? dated J une 14, 191 executi d and dallv ? o ? i I.;. The .ton mn Hod The Land Tu le .'.- r , ? Ti ustee The p? opi rl , will, liow sold free and ch ar of any .? claims and charges i hei that II spi citled and any and all claims and cha t -????? ???. be adjudged t ? be pi sup to tin lien of said Fh si M ? . -. ... able out of the procei i lie !?? opei !.. o : o pi irit) or superiority if an) hi debts, ? la m, s and . , iK-en <?> pressly i ? . i . . ? ? l.oii Inar and del ei-mlnii I ion I. T c undi will ri'iTh from ?myone offering to 1 fit ? deposl " t h hi m is . ? .;? nt to his rigl . i . ; that such bidd t ?n case uf its aci ep| signed ai confirma n the sum ol ?5,.i easl upon an? ? bank or ? m thi i '".. of Ni ?.. ark or In tl ? ' N.vv Yoi k, acceptable to tl und made 01 eudi rsi .1 payai dei, nr In lieu ol ... ..... lOU ; . ; First Mortgage B . , ? ? elnafter referred I Mortgage Bot pa nie ; m. coupons > pp to .. I bonds i .a- urlng July ! . 1917 luenl ; - ? ? p ' : !? ? Mortgage Bonds and ? >up i to- ui.i'.e - ,: ? : i ? .- ? I pi he will iv ..pi the certificate of an) l i pany in t In- City of Phi ideip i I Io is SU I j '? ' 10 I . ? ' !? ? th? u.'o'j ? therein specified ..r Flrsl Mortgagi r In bearer form, a ompanled I the ? p na i herein stated The .n , iny unaui essfu ? bid le- i ?? ? .: ? ed t . Mn. 'a hi n t ? ?? pi op st ru k oif. The ?!? posit i ? ? any successful biddei All be held by th? - gned subject l thi irders ? r I he . oi"- .1. . o pon . r i o ?, of i i... - , e el all be applied on .o i ? of chase prl ?? of I : ?? pi opi 11 . foi wl t . ! was made I I ' i lirned will ac? cept no bid for t he proper! thi sum ? ? I i.fl ' The indi - .: : aci ejit the highest and. 1 t bid ! and will knock down the property to suxn bidder, sub lect to I i tlon of the sale by t be < oui t Any party to this ?use -.r any own? or holder of Firs- Mortgage oi Seeoi ; Mortgage Bonds i ?? t bid pure! the sale. :, In ase ? ? ? I Idder, after I he a- eept . am .- of his bid i ?- th? ! i ontlrmatlon by I he Couri i- ??>: I comply, within tl.-- peril '. i f iwei I i j with any order <-f -ho Court requiring a I relating to the payment of the purcnaa 1 price, then tho sums deposite.I by su. I accepted bidder, whether In caab or I I I 1, M Mill'?? ? I ? ? ' ? in til : the sea * ii ? -.. i ? ' I' ' 11 ? . V? -i * ??? I *,\ M II M * H 1 ? i IN l i .."*?: IM? iN ? ?A ITNJ . I. S ? ? ' ' ' t.-en. LA N11 ni GEO. v '. ?: ? ... SURROG iTES' NOTH V.s \ ? ?. . -i f N : u, the ? t New 1 I IS hereby kIv- n t -lalma against Helen W. Watts i ? my of New Yoi , * ?,v , M the lubie ribera, ?if:. ? ng i porter, i> ?? .-?i In tl-.e Boroui < * City of New Yui > on or bef?te ?tie lOtb d?> ? f Jan ... ? ? ??? aext l'aletl New Yak. t h" l.th ' -)-">'? IIIa 7 WALTE? W "'II, CAROLINS H I H.li?. HENRY W ORBBN l ???.ut???**?. I.?113 11 PORTER. Attorn? for ??? ?catort**, ?'ffio and i* O Ademan, ? Broad Su.-, t. Borough ot Alan: ? ? ~ I Ntw Vork City.