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LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS
,.i"?V~Evar shaped pearl rendant, b
w;37..?.,, ,t and Madison avc. und 8Sth
? i w'-f?h ave, on Thursdav, June 17th,
?? ?"?' i ,- '. ' 30 P m I.'.lierai ro- |
l*.'rTland no .?nest .ens asked It returned!
., ?7 Ka-it Vd St.
to 67 E?
LOST BANKBOOKS
?cT?Rsn'sbcok No G6t.?36. Tue Oreenwtrh
???Vtnga Bank, 2?? 4 24S Sixth ave.. N. Y.
*f piytnent-evpped. Please return to hank.
?7?r_Bankbook No 598.369 The Greenwich
"EVlngs Bank, 246 A 7t?- Sixth ave., N. Y.
*? Payment b pi ?d. I* ens. irn to bank.
"^T?rtan-Vco't No- 137.65'J V the Excel
^r Savings Bank. 79 We?. 23d st. Pay
?lo
?.fr.!
t"stopped riease return to bank
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
'y?7r~y~r~~~i~-'x VV ?Nowlv decorated, beau
: 'ihi'v "turn -? ! roon a and apartment;
^?Velectric light; hardwood floors; te.e
pbone.
::v.
an
Rhtn
154 K._Nicely furnished rooms, large
' 1 ?mal?' ;V conveniences. Phone 291,
R&nde^Wte_
y^T^r. :?? VVEST ?I/arge. clean, well fur
nlshV. bath, electricity, telephone; siim
n*r rf _ ._
7m 160 EAST.?Living and bedroom; light
an! kir> ': $10 Uenoa 6559. _
?t??~';T 1*0 WEST.?Bright, large room
??uh running water; bath on floor; all
asou?rn ,,....,;-..-: es\ reference;} requested.
-7%",7 <I7? WEST.?Bright, comfortable
?%? eleva! '??. telephone; suitable
two. Apartment 22._^
TTiTu VI WEST (Apt. 4).?Furnished
cool fr nt ro ms, gentlemen. Hyde.
T77^i\ 520 WEST. Desirable room, ad?
joining bath; private entrance; gentle-!
man; re? et ?n ? s Kevlln, I
ATTRACT VE arge room, adjoining bath;
* '?' .'", .; .:: ? rivenlenoea 6867 Clr le.
BEACT1F 1- furnished suite In private
7 ,e drawing room, bedroom, bath;
tant? HUI tllptri t; breakfast If desired;
inferences r- ? ? red; year lease only. Phone
RMnelan :? *** ;:- ?'_
BROADWAY. 2543 (100th).?Reasonable
room: running water, electricity. Rlver
,lde 4026. AV 2._
WB3T END AYE.. ?66.?Attractively fur?
nished largo private room and bath;
|i|o a number of finely furnished ?mall
tootns without bath.
BBOOKL?TI
FRANKLIN COURT. 179 HICKS ST.,
Brooklyn.?Six minutes from Wall st.,
B?w, beautifully furnished rooms, large or
single, with private or detached tub and
shower; suites of parlor, bedroom and bath;
especially convenient for business men and
women. Tel. Main 6619.
LONO ISLAND
EDGEMERE, LONO ISLAND?Neatly fur?
nished room?, single or in unite, In highly
restricted, exclusive section, select clientele.
Bear Edgemere ? lb; one minute walk from
twech. Apply Mrs. Cohen, 11 Beach 35th
?t. Phone 71:, Far Rockaway.
COUNTRY BOARD
THE PINES, Halt Point, N. Y.?100-aere
farm, good b.?ard. shady lawns; Chris?
tians only. Mrs. EH WIN ROZELL.
? -;- ?
HELP WANTED MALS
INSTULOTION
UCARN TO CE A CHAUFFEUR?Pleasant
and profitable work ; day and evening
classes. Send for free booklet and visitor'?
pass. West Side Y. M. C. A.. 306 West
i;th et.
HELP WANTED MALE
COLLEGE MEN
Large corpnru-.lon has a limited number cf
permanent positions open for college men.
with opportunities for rapid advancement to
well paid engineering ;?:i? executive puni?
tions. In reply give age, education and busi?
ness exp?rience tif any) in detall. L., Box
115. Tri! un
ERRAND BOY wanted. McClunn & Co.,
Stationers, :?; Whitehall st.
FIREMAN* wanted: steady work. Wood
haven *\Vater Supply Company, 4026 Fvifc
ton st., Woodhaven, N Y.
BAI.ESMEN FOR GREATER NEW YORK
WANTED BY COMPANY MANUFACTUR?
ING VIOLET HAY HICK FREQUENCY
APPARATtS OI-* IMPROVED AND SU
PER1?R TYPE VERY GOOD OPPORTU?
NITY FOR AMBITIOUS AND EARNEST
WORKER. MI ST BE ACQUAINTED WITH
VIOLET RAY HIGH FREQUENCY LINE.
CONTRA-PuLE ELECTRIC CO., 1231
PROSPECT PLACE. BROOKLYN.
SALESMEN WANTED
There is a man selling on the floor
In the retail cr specialty ?tore field,
who, if he Is the- right man, will
And, eventually, a bigger opportunity
with us in New York.
A financial institution has a position
open for a salea correspondent.
Experlerr? In the financial business
and in actual ROAD selling Is not
necessary.
Th? work calls for an alert, aggres?
sive, friendly type of salesman be?
tween 30 nnl 35 yearp of age. with
health, enthusiasm a:. 1 a command
of good English and a record as a
salesman with preeent employer.
The opportunity will Interest also
the manager of a chain store who
not only has had exp-rience in sell?
ing, but also in credits.
Whan writing. IRE SURE TO GIVE;
(a) age, th. education, (c) rell?lon,
"1) Belling experience, fe) former
poattlcns he'.d, ?.f; present position
and eaiary.
Also Ftat? why you think you -will
succeed as a correspondent. Your
>tt?r will be treated confidentially.
Aildreas J, B . p. o. Box 107, Times
Square Station.
Salesman, advertising,
r, ,?,"l'i"'i :? the "RED BOOK"
CLASSIFIV? TELEPHONE IiiRE<~TORY.
alTi**1-'* ac< '*' ' ancJ ' mmlBston. Ap
K ?wrl'!v stating age a:?.l experience,
g? Rauben H. : -,,. iy Corp.. 777 Ful
?HOBMaKER wanted; steady position.
_*Wy Jebran Kayat, 14 Morris st., N". Y.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Clerks and Typists Wanted
JffiTROPO-.TTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO
Girl? n -,?ars of age and over.
II? irs 9 to 4 SO o'clo? k
j. Salary * atart ?V 00
??waaetmeni - ? ?-. ?-, three month?.
ns served free
. Expei unn?. - ssai -.
ny ?' I-' *? ? ween 9 and 4:3o o'clock.
i ., 5 ' Met! polltan Hldg.
i HMlsor v. ?,-, 23rd St --N. Y. City
TV **' ' "rmatd-waltress, together
i.,,"'* "' ' two !n family , Protestant
{.";'".'';. ? ?- required Telephon?
?V. ?? G -.---(?way South, For
*? '....i .,, - j ?
ooir,iiiK ' ?wit houeeworki
??C s ??"??,:<:;r-',riw
mSS, !*a:*;t' ' * plnanant work on tel
?s? o?"*" "*?"?.: advertlt?ementa for
Tei, _;"' '?'K'** organizations in New
?a?..-'. *no*' be fluent talker?; experience
i'- -x 17, Tribune.
.TO,;?N'1 WOMAN,
***** caltii
r?? ea>? and make herself g?n
?tor/ ,J**;"', ln '?'?"'->?? til r,e,y
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J^'ATIO\S WANTED MALE
?,''r.'A! Foung man. IS, with cleric?
if? ,''','."? '?'?"'?'??t Position wl'ii rellabl?
? l-, Box i:;i. Tribune
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M| '4i^ ., _ fired domestic professional?
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,?^'ATiON WANTED PEMALE
l?2!A,8 KH - ^~r:>" "Orthy ; live In owner-i
m iZ''': ?ummer during absence. L , lio;
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Help Wanted
Pltnntloim Wanted
Rooms and RotU-lers
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WE WANT TO
TALK WITH
GIRT.S who seek perma?
nent business positions
where there is definite as?
surance of rapid advance?
ment.
GIRLS who seek a busi?
ness occupation they can
be proud of.
GIRLS who want to have
the satisfaction of doing
something worth while for
good pay.
We now have positions
for such girls in several
departments. Xo expe?
rience is required.
The starting salary is
$15.00 a week.
Capable girls can soon
reach earnings of $85 to
$100 a month.
Apply at
1153 Broadwav, Manhattan
Corner 27th St.
370 E. 160th St., Bronx
81 Wlllo-srhby St., Brooklyn
Ahnve offices also open evening? until
8 P M. an. Saturday? to i P. M.
Sundays. 1 P. M. to 6 P. M.
195 Broadway, Manhattan
(Corner Dey St.)
1336 Broadway, Brooklyn,
Or telephone
Madison Square 12,009
NEW YORK
TELEPHONE COMPANY.
_BUSINESS CARDS
Carpets
STIT,LINOS, INC., B2S MADISON AVB.
(69th St.) ?fter 200 yards plain green
Wilton carpet, 1?0 yards tan taupe, 3.000
yards carpots In sizes 5 to SO yards each,
$1.60 yard up' Rugs all size.??, all prices,
$6.00 to $.5.00 up; (slightly used) several
Orientals; making over, cleaning, laying,
repairing, dyeing, reasonable, beautiful.
. Plaza 8-35.
Diamonds
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY BOUGHT
FOR CASH, estates appraised, purchased.
BENNETT, 175 Broadway, upstairs.
Furniture
WE PAY highest prices for furniture, pianos,
antiques, brlc-a-brae, books, art, etc.
GAPAY. 88 University PI. Stuyvesant 3377.
Trunks
BIO BARGAIN?New and used wardrob?
trunks. 506 Sixth ave., bet. 30th-31st ?t?.
Wanted to Purchase
WANTED TO BUY?Size B Stokes ft Smith
wrapping machine and 23-lnch gluing
: machine, quot. price, advise condition and
! whore can be s.en. The Allen A Company,
Kenosha, Wls.
PROPOSALS
I PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES.?OFFICE
i Utilities Officer, Ward No. 1, Walter Reed
U. S. Army General Hospital, Takoma
Park, D. C. Sealed proposals In duplicate
will be received hero until 11 A. M., Juno
26, 1020, and then opened for furnishing
building materials and supplies. Further
information furnished on application.
UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD,
WASHINGTON, D. C.?SEALED PRO?
POSALS FOR PURCHASE OF STEAM?
SHIP DE KALB.?-Sealed proposals will
i.ceived at the above office utitll 10:30
a. m., Juno 30, l'.?20, and then opened for
the purchase of the above vessel on a
lump sum basis, "as and where Is." Cer?
tified check for 10% of the purchase price
must accompany each bid. Terms of pay?
ment: 10% cash; balance over period of
ten years. Prospective bidders may In
spi : vessel on application to Shipping
Board. Plans an?! specification for re?
conditioning accompany vessel and are
ipen for Inspection at th. abov. office,
Pri posais _h<?uld bo addressed to United
States Shipping Board, Washington, I). (.'..,
land Indorsed "Sealed Proposals for Steam?
ship De Kalb." The Board reserves tho
? right ti< reject any and all bids.
: NOTICE:?SEALED PROPOSALS WILL
be received until 3 P. M. June 30, 1920,
at the office of The Pennsylvania Company
? ir Insurances on Lives and (?ranting An
: :. ties, Trustee, for the sale to it of as
many of tho Philadelphia, Wilmington and
Baltimore Railroad Stock Trust Oertltl
as $133,468.00 will purchase. The
offerings at the lowest price not exceeding
par, ousting In the aggregate not moro
. i han tho amount stated, will be accepied,
; the parties offering them advised at once,
land payment r..a?le July 1, 1020, upon
'proper assignment of the certificates. Pro
I posais should be ondoraed "Proposals for
sale of P., W. _: B. K. R. Stock Trust Cer
tlflcates" and addressed to
THE PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY
for Insurances on Lives ami Granting An?
nuities, 617 Chestnut St., Phlla., Pa.
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING
and delivering chauffeur's badges, fur
the year 1921, will be received by Francis
M. Hugo, Secretary of State, at the Capl
tot, Albany, New York, until June 29th,
1920, a' 2.'10 P. M. Specifications may bo
had upon request,
FRANCIS M, HUGO,
. .Secretary of Ptate.
SURROGATES' NOTICES
PECK, REBECCA G.?IN PURSUANCH
Of an order of Hon. John P. Cohalan, a
; .?irmg ate of the County of New York,
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN to all per
-? ns having claims against REBECCA O.
PECK, late of the County of New York,
rt?- ea**- d. to present the sanie with vouch?
er? t?i?r?*?f t?> the subscribers, at ih'lr
place of 'transacting business, at the office
of Putney, Twombly & Putney, their at?
torney... a' 2 Rector Street, In tho Borough
of Manhattan, In tho City of New York,
State of New Y??rk, en or before the 2d
day of Novomber, 1920.
Dated. New York, April 30, 1920.
FRANCIS V.. PECK.
IRENE D. LUDLUM,
Exeoutora.
Pl'TNET. TWOMBLY ft PUTNEY, At
t"rney? f?.r Executors, Office ft Post
office Address, 2 R?-? tor Street, Bor?
ough of Manhattan, Now York City.
DANCING INSTRUCTION
57 MADiSONWl!
MADISON
C1 a ? i Leisen?
Witb Individual
Instructor for. .
??ho??
4*41 Plt-h
10
W? ?ti_r__t?? to _>_-h ran \a
-?no? ?11 U?. l?_?i _>--?_
?alckly ?.. i ecriMttn.
9 LESSONS, $5
PniVATB LK_B...t. 10 A Si to 11 T. M..
wlth-Ait ?*!<?..NUxion. Th* ??rew. mm] U? aaax
?tuf'.r.t _*_eo! wlih * r ?n.*rful OTO-MIr?.
8WIMMING INSTRUCTION
LEARN TO SWIM
Jr.-|t:?Iii?i In.tru.tlon le ?clentlflo ?wimmln?,
u.l .trliig, ??.?-i, tiled pool?. I..?uk1. fil'?r?H
?x<ri Isdlrldusl Inatruetla., Hour? I u> ?
lsm-ii i \>i ?ppolntm.il ('?1! ?it writ?
for .-'?*?_ ??. A.
DALTON SWIMMING SCHOOL
It W. ?4ih ft'.. : . I W B?t_ M.
INSTRUCTION
r?i_ W'iuihiri*-i'./i Sdiwil of New York.
17 K?st (Util Ht.?si
Res
Renters to Buy
Roxboroug?i
On Broadway
Deal Pending for Tenants
to Take Over 12-Story
Apartment at the Cor?
ner of 92d Street
Sale of Hardwick Hall
Faees Mount Morris Park
at Fifth Avenue and
120th Street; Other Deals
Negotiations arc pending for tho ,
sale by the Roxborough Holding Com
pany, of the twelve-story Roxborough '?
apartment at tht northwest corner of
Broadway and Ninety-second Street
through Sharp & Co., on the coopera?
tive plan. The Roxborough contains '
fifty-seven apartments of six to nine j
rooms and seven stores. It covers a !
plot, fronting 107 feet on Broadway and j
125 feet on.the street and was erected ?
in 1911 by Isaac and Henry Mayer. It I
It is held at $l,_r*0,000.
Sharp & Co. also sold for J. C. and
M. G- Mayer to an investor 252 West
Eighty-fifth Street, a nine-story apart?
ment, containing suites of five and six
rooms. Sharp & Co. have be*n ap?
pointed agents. They were also the
brokers in the recently reported sale of
the apartment at 3 and "i West Ninety
second Street to the Minaret Holding
j Company, representing McMorrow ;
I Brothers.
Arthur F. Du Cret & Co. sold for tho
j Hardwick Realty Co., to the Ganls '?
' Holding Corporation, ITardwjck Hull at i
the southwa3t corner of Fifth Avenue ?
I and 120th Street, facing Mt. Morris
1 Park, a seven-story, elevatOT apartment,
j fronting 123 feet on 120th Street and
i 100 feet on the avenue, and containing
| 67 apartments and six stores. Arthur
| P. Du Cret & Co. have been appointed
i managing agents.
S. Goldberg, M. Epstein and F.
S Fisher have formed the 2686-2688
1 Broadway Realty Company to take
? over the two five-story apartment
houses, 67.10x107, at that address, ad?
joining the southwest corner of 102d
Street. Tho property is opposite the
Hotel Marseilles, and is owned by
Marion S. I. Martin and others. The
' new company is capitalized at $50,000.
The seven-story apartment, 100x100,
known as the Golden Gate, at the
northwest corner of Manhattan Avenue
, and 111th Street, has been purchased
by the Gendizier Holding Company,
: Samuel Gendizier, president. The
i house wa3 sold by the Gersol Realty
! Company, A, Geisbel, president.
-e
! Sisters of Charity Sell
School in East 10th Street
The four-story school building, 50x
! 94.9, at 313 and 315 East Tenth Street,
1 near Avenue B, has been sold by the
Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent De
i Paul to Leonold Horowits.
-:-__?
Garage in 150th Street Sold
Thomas R. Crawford sold for the
! estate of John C. Rodgers, .19 West
| 150th Street, a two-story garage and
; repair shop, 25x100.
Shipping News
(Continued from preceding pago)
|out from Baltimore: Merrymount, Torre
i Annunzlata : Tregantle (Br), Cristobal, etc;
! Labette, Havre and I.a Pallice; Commo
; dore Rollins (Nor), Fort Antonio; Free-,
port Sulphur No. 5, Sabine; Kankakee,
Havre; Lake Fraley. Havana.
BOSTON, -Mass, June 18?Arrived:
, Carlsholm (S\v), Gothenburg; Limon, Port
i Limon. C R; Paul 11 Karwood, Tampico;
Massasoit, Jonesport ; Ruth, Norfolk; City
lof Savannah. Sailed: Everett, Lamberts
Point; Lake Mary, Lamberts Point.
CHARLESTON, S. C, Juno 18?Arrived:
Port Soa (Br), W&t Hartlepool; Sierra
Madra (Bel), Antwerp; Mohawk, Jack?
sonville an?l proceeded New York. Sailed:
Algeria (Br), Genoa; Rowena (Nor), St
Nazaire; Ancon, Norfolk; Henry Clay,
Baltimore.
GALVESTON, June IS?Arrived: P.rn
lirant, Tampico: Greldon (Mr), Norfolk;
j Sithonla (Br), Liverpool; S It Hunt, New
York. Sailed: Callmeris (It). Genoa \ !a
Havana; Chester S-.:n. Philadelphia; L??
beck (Br), Hull; Fanueo, Tampico, Ed?
ward L Doheny, Tamptco.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. June 18?Arrived:
Tuwctanka, Cuba; PeciiSklll, Galveston.
MOBILE, Ala, Juno IS -Sailed: Lake
Desha, Matanzas.
NORFOLK, Va, June 18?Sailed: Will
far?., Marseilles; Lucigen (Br), Key
"West; Emmanuel (Gk), Plcraeus, Greece;
Western Chief. Manchester. Arrived:
Sehr John R Fox, Marseilles; Eichsfel
(Br), Cardiff; Montrose (Br), New York;
Subatco New york ; Lueigen (Br), New?
castle; western Chief, New Orleans; Mor?
gana (Nor), Bergen, Norway; Trevler
(Belg), Antwerp; Cajacet, New York; Ot?
tawa ' Br i. Manchesti r.
NEWPORT NEWS, Va, June I1* Ar?
rived: Borghlld (Nor), Bergen; Grey
stoke f'astle (Br), Galveston; Gantuck
Rock (Nor), Norfolk: Hern Itage, Sagua la
Grando; Indianapolis Norfolk; Jugo-Slava,
Dovro (Duti. Norfolk; K?mest, Norfolk;
Monlnevro (Ital), Brlndlsl; Queen Mar?
garet (Brl, Tarant??; Severance, Cette;
' Sierra Marina (Belg), Philadelphia;
Zwarto Sea (Hut), St. Nazaire. Sailed:
Broncho, Norfolk; Grepstoke Castle (Br),
j Antwerp; Hani.a Nielsen (Nor), Norfolk;
Promous (Br), Montevideo; Queen Mar
! garet (Br), Norfolk; Queen Helena (Br),
Antwerp; Raclo (Br), Baltimore; Sold
borg (Nor), Christiania; Valdivia (Dan),
Stockholm; Western S?*??ut, Gllbratar.
NEW ORLEANS, June 18?Cleared:
Abangarez, Bocas del Toro via Havana,
Kingston and Cristobal; George E Paddle
ford, Tampico; John Adams, Pensacola;
Lutetian (Br), Rouen and Havre; Monte
Grappa (Ital), Oenoa and Naples via Nor?
folk; Port?la Plumo, Beaumont; Kooheil
sBri, Port Banes, Cuba; Student (Br),
Liverpool, Suriname, Port Barrios.
: PHILADELPHIA, Juno IS Arrived : Sirs
Manitou (Br). New York; Folkvard (Nor),
i New York; Dclevan, New York; Solhang
I (Nor), London; Des M.?Ines Bridge, Man?
chester vis Rotterdam; Wauconda, Bos?
ton; Meteor, Bostun. Delaware Break
; water, Del, June 18?Passed up for Phila?
delphia; Sir Lake View, Nuevltas. Passed
i out from Philadelphia: Strs Sorland (Nor)
i Tronthjem via New York; Dromoro
Castle (Br), Baltimore. Reedy Island,
Del, June 1- Passed down from Phila?
delphia Strs Troja (Nor). Nuevltas; Kacl
natv (Br), Rotterdam; Taurus (Nor), New
York: 8uwanco ?Br). Plymouth; W M Bur?
ton, Port Lobos; Lake Beacon, Baltimore;
Brazllior (Br), Antwerp; Gloucester, Bos?
ton
PORT ARTHVR. Tex, June IS- Arrived:
Moss ?'??In:. Galveston; Salmon, Galveston;
; Culf Trade, Galveston. Sailed: Ruanoke,
i Ma reus Hook,
PORT BADS, La, .Tune in -Arrived: Sirs
British Ensign (Br),, Avonmouth; Discov?
erer (Br), Liverpool; Kewaneo, Cuba; Lake
Ai?ne, Cuba; Owego, Ceiba; Pioneer, Tam
l pico; Suerosa, Matanzas; Teguclgalp.i
: (Hon). Ceiba; Yuma, Havana Sailed:
; Strs Oenoseo (Br). Texas City; Lake Far
lln, Galveston; New Brighton (Br), Llver
I pool, Rama, Blu .fields.
i 1-oltT TAMPA. I'll. June It?Arrived:
8tr Goodsp.1, Baltimore tug Basford
and burg?? Colonel Mooro, Tampico.
BAND KKY, June 18?Passed enat 18th,
Pnnuro; west lTth. Gulf Coast and barge
Sunshine, Hay.? and bar?:", Ancula (Br);
I 18th, Core?, Lucollum (Br), 'yldyk (Dut),
Betterton, Galllpoll (Br), I. 'i' Waring.
' SAVANNAH, On, Jtinc IS Arrived: Sir
Nacoochoe, Boston .?.lied: Btra City ?i
| St Louis, New York; Heglra, New Orleans.
rOIIK.K.N POUTS
Departures For New York
i Antwerp- S s Langley, Wynooch?.
Alexandrin S s Marsodak.
Havr?* .. H Oscoda.
Olbraltar s S An?.o?:?? v.
SUMMKR (AMPS
"camp winnahke?
An Idea! Camp for Girls on Lake r*ham
plnln. NutiiM- Study, Arts and ('rafts, ?11
. : ? ; ? rio?, horsnb.-fk riding, dancing, ?Ira
I > ma tien, Ti lps, Traire?! Nursi Reference?
I required. Bookl? I. Mm W ILLIAM II
' ! nriOWN, :>!r? West B3rd HI . N. T C
CAMP CHAMPLAIN
An Tdrnl <"?.mp for Boys 27th Tear
I Limited to 60 hoy?, 7 i?, i ?; All land and
water ?port?, tiip?, everything f?>r a boy'i
1 pl.iuiura- and bvnetll. Camp phy.lclim.
Booklet. WM. i I. BROWN, ill Uoit S.rd
Ht., Now York.
il Estate Ni
Third Avenue Movies
Pass to New Owners
-
The Victory, in Harlem, and the
Arch, at the Comer of
28th Street, Sold
The Victory Theatre, at, the corner j
of Third Avenue and 107th Street, has '
been soid by Samuel Bergoffen to the ;
B. and II. Amusement Company,
through William J. Smith, who also
sold the Arch Theatre, at the corner of
Third Avenue and Twenty-eighth
?Street, for M. Kleinerman, to B. Har
loff, and the Joyce Theatre, at the
corner of Prospect Park West and
Eighteenth Street, Brooklyn, for Jo?
seph Z?llner, to Harry J. Dorsey,
The same broker sold the Alexander
garage, a two-story structure at the !
corner of Alexander Avenue and 143rd '
Street, to Patrick J. Rvan.
-?
$1,800,000 Apartment
For Broadway Corner
Plans Filed for 11-Story Build?
ing for Corner of
98th Street
Schwartz and Cross, with B. N. Mar
cu, as associate architect, have filed !
plans for the construction of a four- ;
teen-story apartment house on tho
southwest corner of Broadway and
Ninety-eighth Street, running irreg?
ular to Ninety-seventh Street. It will
have a frontage of 100 feet on Broad?
way, seventy-three feet on Ninety
eighth Street, and 100 feet on Ninety
seventh Street. The Broadway-Nine
ty-eighth Street Realty Company,
Harry Schiff president, is the owner of
record. The cost has heen estimated
at $1,800.000.
Investor Takes Over Two Flats
In Buchanan Place, Bronx
Richard D. Pirner and Julius Tratt?
ner sold for Solomon Wigdor and
Harry Reich, the corner property at
44 Buchanan Place, and 2240 Grand
Avenue, two five-story apartment
houses, 100x100, to an investor,
Schwab & Co. sold for Mr. Reiner,
a two-family dwelling at 1404
Crotona Park East, 22x90.
E. Osborne Smith, Inc., sold for
Franklin Brund, the dwelling, 2828
Morris Avenue.
Providence Man Sells Estate
At Chappaqua to New Yorker
The property of Frederick E. White,
of Providence, on the Pines Bridge
'? Rond, Chappuqua, has heen sold to
James R. Thompson, of this city. It
[ consists of a semi-bungalow on an acre
j of land. George Howe, the broker, also
--sold lots 21, 22 and 23 in Block 407
? Cherry Street, Larchmont Gardens, for
i the Larchmont Gardens Company.
Prince & Ripley, inc., rented the fur
? nished residence of Robert McEnamy
| at 4!4 Pelham Manor Road, Pelham
Manor, to D. D. Morgan, of this city.
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Auctions To-day of Jersey
And Westchester Lots
Joseph P. Day will sell at Roselle,
N. J., at 2 p. m., to-day, on the
premises, HOO building lots,'acquired
in 1849, by the late Richard Mont?
gomery Crane, and fifty-one restricted
residence building sites in the residen?
tial section of Mamaroneck, on
Orienta Point, adjacent to iSlamaro
1 neck Harbor, for the Hisey estate.
Singapore?S S John Roach.
Penang?8 S Telemachus.
? Manchester S S Ossa,
Mlike?3 S Bolton Caatle.
Muroran?-S S Kurymurhus.
Kobe?-S ,S Alaska Maru.
Rio de Janeiro- -S s Floridlan.
Colombo?S S City of Lincoln.
Cherbourg S H Adriatic.
Arrival? From New York
Havre?a R H C Folger, La Lorrain?.
Gibraltar S S Kaiveah.
Alexandria- s S Jefferson.
. IriRaporr?S B Atreuo.
Payai?British General.
Samarang?S S Kartmoen.
Calcutta?S S Wabasha.
Beira?H S Chinese Prlnoe.
Taltal-?S S Chantior.
Moliendo?S S Garfield.
Panama Canal, Cristobal?S S Ulna.
St Nicholas?-S S .Tere G Shaw.
THANS-J'ACinr MAILS
Thi connecting mails close _t th? O.n
eral Postofflce and City Hall Postoffice
? fetation, New York, at 6 p. m . as follows:
Hawaii and specially addressed mall for
Japan, Corea and china, vi.i San Fran
? cisco, _team_hlp Vonezuela, Juno 21.
Hawaii, via San Francisco, steamship
Maul, Juno 25.
Japan, Corea, China, Siberia, Flam.
Cochin China, Nethelands East Indios and
Philippine Islands, via Vancouver and Vlc
I torla, B. C, steamship Empress of Asia,
Jun.? 26 .
WESTCHESTEK COUNTY REAL ESTATE
? WS
Schulte Will Pay
?350,000 for Stores
In St. Nicholas Ave.
F. J. McMahon Company leased for
Bernhard Buxbaurn to D. A. Schulte,
Inc. for seventeen years at a gross
rental of $550,000, the seven stores at
1401 to 1407 St. Nicholas Avenue,
northwest corner of 160th Street. !
Tho Charles F. Noyes Company leased
the sixteenth floor of the Norton,
Lilly building, 26-28 Beaver Street, to
the Cotton Fire <fc Marine Under?
writers at an aggregate rental of about
810,000, and a floor at 217 Pearl Street
to A. G. Casciaro.
Pease & Elliman leased offices in the
new National Association building,
19-31 West Forty-third Street to the
Southern Fiscal Company.
Huberth & Huberth leased the store
in the Osborn apartments, Seventh
Avenue and Fifty-seventh Street to
the Westcott Motor Company.
Bastine ? Co., Inc., r??nted the sec?
ond floor, 053 First Avenue, to the
Century Woodwork Co., Inc., and the
fifth floor, 45 West Twenty-seventh
Street, to Aranow Bros.
Ames <?? Co. leased three lofts!
at 52 West Twenty-seventh Street to
Lobell & Co., Brodie & Siegel, and
Jeraldine, a loft at 164 Madison Ave?
nue to Villa, Zigmund <t Pincus, and
the top loft to the Renette Dress Com?
pany, Inc.
Buyers Show ?.iking for
Homes West of Park
Many of the Dwelling Sales Re?
ported Yesterday Are Houses
in This Location
Francis E. Butler purchased from
I Katherine H. S. Lyon the three-story
! dwelling, 17.6x93.4, at 167 West Eighty
i second street.
Tho five-story American basement
j dwelling, 17x100, at 30 West Ninety
! sixth street, has been sold by Sidney
? Erlanger to Mary Collins.
L. J. Phillips & Co. sold for Daniel
; B. Freedman 106 West Eighty-sixth
1 Street, a four-story dwelling, 20x100.
I. M. Pennock, of the Wood, Dolson
j Company, Inc., and Iloughton & Co.
! sold for Clara Kritzer 159 West Sevcn
? ty-fifth Street, 19x102.2, a four-story
dwelling.
Frederick II. Alien of Fred'k Zittel &
Sons sold for H. Jaeckel ?& Son 121
West Seventy-ninth Street, a four
story dwelling, 25x100, to a builder for
alt?r?t ion.
The four-story dwelling, 40x102.2, at
302 and 304 West Seventy-third Street,
adjoining the southwest corner of
West End Avenue, has been sold by
Morris Serating to Simon M. Gold?
smith.
Thomas R. Crawford and E. E.
Thomas sold for George H. Williams,
of Crescent City, Fla., 637 West 147th
Street, three-story dwelling, 17x100,
and for Mrs. E. Milter, of Liberty, 51
Audubon Avenue, a four-story dwell?
ing. 17x95.
Joseph L. Bullenweier sold to Mary
Hausman four-story dwelling 47 Sev?
enth Avenue, 10x100, through H. T.
Vaughn.
Salea on East Side ,
The Brown, Wheelock Company, Inc.,
sold for a client to Leonard Weill 249
East Thirty-second Street, a three
story dwelling, 17.11x98.9.
Mrs. M. Lehman sold 614 East
Eighty-ninth Street, ? iwo-story dwell?
ing, 18.9x100.8; 516 East Eighty-ninth
Street, a similar house, has also been
sold by Annie Shappert to the Home
Thrift "Association of New York.
Hahncmann Hospital Gets
Another Dwelling for Nurses
Pease &. Elliman leased for Mrs.
Electus D. Litchiield to the Hahne
mann Hospital for use as a nurses'
homo the three-story and basement,
eighteen foot dwelling, at 220 East
Sixty-eighth Street, between Second
and Third avenues. The same brokers
j leased for the same owner to the same
I tenant last month the adjoining house
| at 228.
Side* of Brooklyn Homes
The Bulkley ? Horton Company sold
440 Washington Avenue, a three-story
dwelling, 40x100 feet, for the People's
1 Trust Co.
The F. C. Sauter Agency sold the
j three-story dwelling 746A Union Street
i for Edward Clark to Joseph Grillo.
i WESTCHESTER COUNTY REAL ESTATE
BEAUTIFUL ALL-YEAR COUNTRY HOME
HIGHV?EW AVE., NANUET, Near Nyack-on-the-Hudson.
NORTH OK TII17 MOSQI IT?) ZONE.
HOUSE, QARAOE and OUTBUILDINGS mil 20 acres land; 25 mile? out In Real
Country, with nil City Comforts; 550 ft. road frontage east side Highvlew Ave., with
th? buildings theroon, and 1GR feel road frontage ? si side of Ilighvlew Av?. dlrectiy
opposite buildings. Situated on high ground, well laid ???it, with commanding view for
miles around; 7. minutes' ride ft- ?.. ? u ?n utation tickets g<?o?l on two roads;
fin? train service; 70 mln. auto trip from 200th or -VI St. ferry.
DWELLING STEAM TIWT throughout; <Vy Water Supply: Kitchen with Electrlo A?ro
matlc ? loklng Range; Mald'a Itoom with Toilet wnl Bath, Pantry. BreaMuM
r<irch, Dtr.liK B?>ora, Living lUniin. Hardwood Floors. Paneled Walls, Beamed Ceilings, Tun
, Opvn Flrr-plai-es. Klra Manter IVlr??.'m9. two with running water; toilet, bath, abundance of closet
room. ATTIC CELLAR?Very light, .irr ?nd roomy. Contain? Steam Huiler. Hot Water
! Uoater for Hot Water ?Supply, Laundry.
GARAGE~Lhw 2-Stoj-y HuUiMiir with space for i ran and so dirtdud as to hare room for
Horse? ar?.t Cows. Carriago House. Two good r.lzo Chicken House?. Artesian Woll
wlU> rump and Motor All building? lighted by Electricity. Variety of Fruir IVes?Apple, Vea.-h,
Chorry, Pear ah?l Quince. Orapcs ;. 1 Rerrlr*. I'"lowei*s ami Shrubs. Woodland?About an aero.
Brook. Land?Two-third? eultlvatahlo if desired.
BUILDINGS ALONE COULD NOT BE DUPLICATED FOR THE PRICE ASKED.
ROB'T H. BARTSCH, Owner*
?W>9 M'EST 3ST1I ST., N EV. YORK. N \VT~ET. >\ Y.
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CITY HEAL ESTAT?
!? Established 185? j
Horace S.Ely&Co.
REAL ESTATE
21 Liberty Street
WKSTCHESTKR COUNTY HEAL ESTATE
HOMES & ESTATES
Cl?rente. G Martens
Jtomu jar jjus/nuj
1416 B'way, 3:uli ft! * T? . Bryant 0101
ATTRACTIVE 1IOMEJ, 8 rooms, 2 baths;
all Improvement..; steam heat; near sta?
tion plot (1 _ x 1 10; garage: Harlem dlvl n
N. V. C. H K ; price $13.500; Immediate
posesslon; 30 miniit". from the Grand Cen?
tral. Realty OfTI e, Clarence (?. Martens,
1416 Broadway (39th sti. Bryant 9191.
FOR RENT.- New Rochelle, July an?l Au?
gust, attractive house with garage; resi?
dential section; ton rooms, ihr?-' baths; $7.0.
Two servants will romain. L, Bos 233,
Tribune.
LARCHMONT A'l"I".: At 'T1VE 7 U? ?? >M
house, perfeclly equipped; cara?:. : to
rent until Ooteber 1; references required. |
Telophono 2R4-R Larchmont.
FURNISHED SIMMER HOMES
J47?1 July August; Snybrooi?., Conn., over?
looking Round; alwnya cool; artist's; 11
rooms; nicely furnished; bath, electricity;
KmnK?, bathing, golf, tennis. Room 500,
29 Bi nadwa? . :.'. Y
AT NORTHV1LLE, N. Y. TEN MINUTES
from .: ? aiulag i, d.-nlrable ten-room r< il
del.iiprovemrntH; garage foi no
car, ?fit 0 00 for si ason. P O Box .'?'?.
II KMSIIEIi HOI SES TO LI. V
TO RENT FOR ONE YEAR, DETACHEll
house in piatbush, completely furnished
R r.!?? an?I bath, H? i? rued i. !.. tele
phone; ??II Improvement?; convenient to ? \
i pre?? Hlntlon of Brighton L; must bo seen
I to be appreciated . f'hrlMlnn adull fiunih .
I roferonce? ro?julra?. T.l. Coney Island 4'2-J.
NEW JERSEY REAL ESTATE
OBLIGED TO SELL
Owner transferred West. Furniture shipped
Monday. To make ? QCTCK SALE will
aacriflce six-room semi-bungalow, all mod?
ern Improvements; model kitchen; Urge
?lining room and living room, hardw.!
trim, parquet Moors, three bedrooms, tiVl
bath, steam heat; built in In 17. Five min
utes !?? lii.? station. $?','.'00. Worth $\500.
Immedlate .upaney.
George 3, Hitchcock, inc., Agent
At W<?st Slion? K. It, Station,
l?lM'OT.A, N. J.
ENGLEW0?0 HT._il:TJ*u
H. Weatbsrby & Co., Engiewood, N. J
SPRING I VKE, .v. J.?Plx desirable fur?
nished housi s, rent $2.0?.?0 to $5.000. Write
or phone T. Hurley, Spring Lake 85
FURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET
fitTIi ST., 1 EAST. ? Exclusive apartment,
large living room, two bedrooms, dress
Ing rooms, bath; hotel service, restaurant
In I ulldlng
175TH, WEST.?Beautiful corner apartment.
.-;\ large rooms; rent reasonable; leas'?
October ? t longer. Telephone Cathedral ?150.
AT 191ST ST, 351 Wadsworth av?.. Apt -it.
one block to Broadway Subway and Fifth
ave i ?' : t rooms and bath; new player
piano; ?ill outsldo rooms; very cool; owner
away July 1 to November; $S"> or lens to
pn per party.
LARGE, well furnished front room, alcove.
I i; windows, el? trie, parquet, running
water; {V week; J?'.) month; lani* well
: u ??.-I back nom. electric, running water,
.i }I0 wefk; $37 month; bathroom tioor.
Park ! i ?? V t*o? pe? t 362 I.
TO LET until October l. In elovator apart
ment, near V rk si uhway, Brooklyn,
plx t urnli !?? ? rooms and hath; rent reason
al le and Irabl? peoj le Phon? Main 0000,
Kxteii - i? 7
BROOKLYN
nv CLINTON AVE., BROOKLYN.
.1 ?m,Ho rooms, private bath .sublet July and
Aujiiv ; southwest exposure; l flight up;
cnnlosl house In Brooklyn: 1100 monthly.
Mi Davis, tho Jt-otlcii Mansion. fhono Pros?
pect 'M00.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
KK VI. ESTATE AT AUCTION
TO
SAV
You are thrifty
You have common sense
BUT YOU GET ONLY 3V2 TO 4% INTEREST ON YOUR MONEY
In times like these
Everybody is making money.
You should make money too.
Experience shows that lots on the line of the City's growth Combine safety of investment
and a large profit Provided they are held for the sudden rise in the value of real estate which
always takes place along the line of the subway.
YOU HAVE SEEN THIS YOURSELF
The War has been over nearly two years.
Everything else, including houses, has gone up 200 or 300?o
" Lots are still at the bottom
All authorities agree that an increase
in the value of vacant land is coming
Just as after every other war.
?and as soon as the price of building materials drops,
and this will create a great demand for lots.
HERE IS THE CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY
Before the sudden rise in value, which should take place very shortly
THE BURKE RELIEF FOUNDATION
Will sell at absolute auction sale
1400 lots suitable for homes
Right here in New York City
WITHIN A FEW BLOCKS OF SUBWAY STATION
between 204th and 212th Streets, Bronx Boro
on Burke Ave., Gunhill Road, Boston Post Road and Adjacent Streets
GO BUY A FEW LOTS
At the HOTEL ASTOR, 45th St. and Broadway
Sale Starts Next Tuesday, JUNE 22nd, 11 A. M.,
and continues on following days until all property is soid.
EXAMINE THE PROPERTY TO-DAY
Take Bronx Park Subway Train to Burke Avenue or Gunhill Road Station.
Property is a few minutes' walk east of St.-tion.
10% of the purchase price on day of sale?10% in Thirty Days
80% can remain on mortgage
Titles insured free by Lawyers' Title & Trust Co.
Savings Bank Books taken as deposit on the pur< hase of lots
also Liberty Bonds at market value
Send for bookmap at once
Morris & McVeigh, \ j# CLARENCE DA VIES, 149th St. & 3rd Ave.
32 Liberty St.
Fred'k H. Denman, ? Att'ys
170 Broadway
JOSEPH P. DAY, 67 Liberty Street,
Agents and Auctioneers
III 11 ?III ????IIHIIIIMHIMIIlM.-l-MMWIMIHtll.. Ill
LONG ISLAND HEAL ESTATE
ROCKVILLiT centre
40 MINUTES FROM NEW YORK
15 Minute? from Long Bench
Ficellent Train Service
No. 1 -Modern home, 0 rooms. 2 baths. 3
toilets, hot water heat; 100x4?i5; 2 car ga?
rage ; fruit trees ; $H7.500
No. 2?11 rooms, 3 baths, hot water heat,
?ill parlor; 2 rar garage: 177x200; fruit
trees, shrubbery; modern; $32,000
No. 7, 10 looms, bath, hot water heat;
billiard room; 100x371; 2 oar garage; fruit
trees, shrubbery; best location; $24,000.
No. 4?Newly decorated, 13 rooms, la.h,
all improvements, 2 opon fireplaces; billiard
room; corner 97xlS0; splendid location;
$22.100.
No. 5?Picturesque dwelling. 12 rooms. 2
baths, hot wat?r beat, conservatory, sun par
!?>-.-; 2 oar garage; 100x325; $21,000.
n;o. fi?"The Oaks," 9 rooms, bath, mod?
ern; 2 car garage; 2 acres; large garden?,-,
fruit trpes. shrubbery; $17.000.
No. 7?Modern home. 12 rooms, bath, hot
water heat, open fireplace; garage; shade
trees . 75x181 . $12,?700
No. S 2 family house, 5 rooms each.
steam, separate fur; aces, gas, electricity;
V.uble garage; 50x100; A-l condition; $11,
000.
No. 0?Modern new home. Oeeansldo. 7
rooms, bath, steam heat, open fireplace,
hardwood floors; 60x100; $10.500.
No. 10?New semi-bungalow, 7 rooms, bath,
steam heat modern; 50x150; near depot;
line location ; $$,500.
No. 11?17 rooms, 2 baths. 3 toilets, mod?
ern, open fireplace, sun parlor, sleeping
porch; hedges; garage; corner, 100x150;
'""'HENNINGS
55 FRONT ST. OPPOSITE STATION.
Phone 634-R. Open ,-undays.
FOR SALE?Unusually attractive nil-year
honi?, now Colonial brick dwelling, with '
garage; first floor has large living ro? ;.?
dining room, kitchen; extrs toilet ai
dry in basement; second floor 3 hed? ras
tiled bath; interior finished throughout in
white enamel woodwork an l mahogany fin?
ished doors, parquet floors through? it, hot
-.-. iter heat, gas. electricity, sewer, etc.; re?
stricted section; no assessments; 5 minutes'
walk to large park and bathing; 1 bl ?ck ex?
press station. 15 minutes Grand Central; 5
rent fare; $7.000 cash required, balance on
terms. For plan and photo call, write 01
phone J. S. WITHERS, 52 Vanderbllt ave.,
New York, Room 1314. Phor.e Vanderl lit 75?7.
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FOREST HILLS GARDENS, LONG
ISLAND, ATTRACTIVELY FIR=
NISHED E!GHT=R00M HOUSE;
GARAGE; $250 A MONTH FOR
SEASON. TELEPHONE BOULE?
VARD 6370--W.
FOR PALE, to close es*ate, house at Garden
City, 11 rooms. 2 baths; subject to lease
expiring April 30, 1021.
EDWARD HARDING, Administrator,
43 Exchange Place, New York City.
ATTRACTIVE summer home In tree? For?
est Hills Gardens, I. I . sixteen minutes
Pennsylvania Station Applj ?., Exeter st
or phone Roule?, ar 1 0 i7':
QUEENS REAL ESTATE
GREAT HOUSE BARGAIN
$8.500 buys beautiful $10.400 house fore
rlosed site, line surroundings; near station
half hour Manhattan; large plot, wu?
boulevard. Parquetry, open fireplace tiled
bath, tiled kit.-hen. Art lat?,; decoration?
$2.000 cash. Easy payments. Save Broker
Phone OWNER, 6515 Hoilb
ABSOLUTE AUCTION SALE
AY
At 2 P. M., on Premisos, Rain or Shin?
300 BUILDING LOTS
ROSELLE, N. J.
on Chestnut St. and Ninth Ave., near ct.tion and Lincoln Highwaf
60*7? on Mortgage for 3 Years at 5f~o
Phone for particulars, or better still, attend the sale.
67 Liberty St.
New York City
^"^ Auctioneer. #
Telephone
Cortlandt 7-44
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Ql'KKNS REA?, ESTATE
QUEEN'S KKAI. ESTATE
READY FOR OCCUPANCY
4, 5 and 6 Room
New "Garden" Apartments
PLAN OF
OF APARTMENTS
is the Original Tenant-Ownership Plan
Based or. the desire of the average family for a good
home in a firmly established residential community
at fixed rents that cannot be increased.
"Selected" resident owners enjoy tennis, golf and all
forms of recreational and social activities, and have
playgrounds for children.
neu Required. For further details call or write
The Queensboro Corporation
Manhattan Office * Jackson Height? Office
50 E. 42d St., Cor. Madison Ave. Opp. 25th St. Subway Station.
Telephone Murray lull 7061 Telephone NewtoWH ?361
Take Queensboro Subway ht Grand Central Station (Corona
Line) direct to 25th Street Station.
22 MINVTES FRO H 42D ST.
Rrff
TO LET FOB BUSINESS PURPOSES
DESKROOM _r mailing pr!v:',.*-_ In '? ?v
Ufu ? equlppod "'_ :e?; >?? ? nog i aph? r
? ;? ? . . isonnbl? RuHc : : : ...
.... I'ryniii If
? v. .1.1. F.'BASK, cari '.,?? ? air)
Fifth ??? -?i. I 23d at ?... month. 12x22
Gra rni rcy
cotv.Kv propj?rt'?
MAINE FARMHOUSE, near August?; now
I building, partly furnished, i.iodern Im
, prov-mi-nta, seven room*; good garden ?ni
I atablo accommodations; WOO Mr year.
Telephon? 1181 Bryant.
FF H M MI Kl? SI MMEK lin M Es
FOR RENT for th? summer season, a ?nrf?
..??-, h? lae, >??< ''1 (-||?mt?rii, a Inri;?
? r -n. a llvlnu room,
??? .u ? ---l-' por ti ir?:-??-.-. r\m
itai ' ? -i v* etc Located ni
. i v the Ramapo Hiver on tha
: ml ?IT? m, N Y ? ? Pomton U?r ..
x r ;V? '" m from Mutiwati and Vin?.
'? I..1- i.ai.ro?. \\<-_. c;im
mer ?vine furniahad ihr ?h? .*. B-M Mr
Panroat, H.pt. at the estate of Mr? V M.
1 or write foi particular! to Mr. J T.
i Holme?, Ruurn 2601, no WcJt *0th at.

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