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Golf ^^^
Tennis Courts
Children's
Play Grounds
NEW "Garden" APARTMENTS
READY FOR OCCUPANCY THIS FALL
combintnisr nil ?dnintafres of city ?nd conntry life, in a restricted
community, 1i minutes from Grand Central Subway Station.
Own Your Own Apartment
Ifycn arc paying in rmt $100 to $900a month and can invests 000
to $S,000 in cash, come to Jackson Heights and save money.
(7ae&sort)feigfits
if PLANT OF
1/TEKANT-CJWNERSmP
Social and business references required
The Queensboro Corporation
Manhattan Office
J0 H. 4Zd St., Cor. MadUon Are
Telephone Murray Hill 7037
Jackson Heights Office
Opposite 2 5th St. Subway Station
Telephone New town 2J?i
Visit Jackson Heights To-day
22 MINUTES FROM 42d ST.
Te t1?;1 JsK-kien Heiixhtj by most convenient route take Snbrray to Omnd
Centra?, trantfer to Queenssboro Subwuy (Corona Line) to 83th St. Station.
^STCHEsTER COCNT? REAL ESTATB
Telephone Me Now
Viw distinctive hornea !n most
fc?aut!.'uj residential parks In Weat
cieiter County. 5 to 11 rooms, 3
ud 3 tiled baths, showers sunken
porce'.?:' Besl w? rkman
li'.p and :? ater?a a used throughout.
Open ""? s s, sleei ng porches,
Irdisi kers built-in Ice boxea;
C.-*r Ul r saving f"a:ures.
Unconditionally Guaranteed
f u to workmanship and material*.
B?ferT.-??. over 300 satisfied fcorr.e
??tets ' refer l
Cot? Less Than You Pay for
Your Apartment.
II minutes fn n Grand Central Pta.
Except; onal c minuting service.
JfrU
Q,.i?cSAwvi\
West 43rd Streei. New York.
Telephone Murray Hill 78!).
./ Filth Avenue
lAL ESTATE
Specialists in
itchester County
them Connecticut
. ihore Lon? island
HRANl.il OFFU&b:
' . \ -? huh. .. n Imiont
io?krr. i\\ Kochelle.
Great Neck, L. L
?AeBESrmVVESICHESrBL
H0M?$-PL OTJ- ?STATES F/SOA4S
ROBERTEFARI-EY
ORGANIZATION
fc.Mur
B East 44 t? 5:
?
Hill 7720
FOR SALE.
jtiful >: ? ? stone mansion, 16
l 3 bat I ' I ' ? '
:ar Gram Must sell quick,
nable ?? ? ?? l.OCTS H Ri iBINSON,
at. B^^^H^^^H^^H
f0 up-to-date ? houses on $3.00.'
s-'.5 | el . !Y ': Yi Vui
niand'. Park ave . fi nkers; Js
'~- itai ? from rolle) ' '* Bn
:?tjy, sa- 643 Yun
a Shesler
WHITE PLAINS
MODI RN HOMES
Plains ? arsdals. From
J'i
J VTm. I. Morrell, Inc.
fis'.? Plains. N. Y.. Depot 3quare. Tel. 90<
C0NNE? TICCT REAL ESTATB
JEW LONDON, Conn.
I4 big, handsome, new h use, twenty-two
yw of Ja- ? ,?v*r I.?en occupied, surround
1 fis? tifui Tawn, Property
ft*? " ? ai b ly It noto for $60,
Ask T i DILLON, National Whaling
F* B1<U St., New !.. : Ion, Conn.
\ SOUND BEACH. CONN.
i
""'?' perty, F Bungalow*
r-'-'" Improvi . : propert v.
''?'-'. B BENJ. J. ii !v\\ O? ?I'.
'???late. 21 t? H ?und Beach.
NER of t: acres hi Stamford, Conn..
?.a attra ? ? welling, large
?i etc ? " ? , ' ?me ?it a ti e
?YJ, ' ?? s ? . 00<* worth
*"?? r' ? - 6, Stamford, Coi n
<;l BENS REAL ESTATE
Great House Bargain
JJ.M? buys beautiful $12.000 hous?
;? foreclosed plot. wide boulevan
, , halt hour Manhattan; steal
?fcn bath; parciu?'?rys artlMtc fle<
? as $2 000 < ash; balance easy pa}
[Oww/?eL Hollis 6515
M>KQ ISLAM) REAL ESTATE
??THILLS GARDENS, LONG ISLAND,
?Plendld elevator buildings, 165 a part
1-?-3-4-5 rooms, 1-2 baths; $'JG0 to
(?Apply "THE GARDENS APART -
.' ^?"ation, 15 minutes from Penn
- A BARGAIN AT SUi.-.no
ll?ul '" duplicated lay for
3IH.Y' , ""au"''Ji:>' decorated, un
-??.?y nrj? rooms, spacious kitchen
?try, built-in bathtub ami
.?.*_? ,n fact. It. contains
?? "pi
?tow?
*?try
^?"?kle Bid*., Brooklyn.
11?? w ?'i10"' '* minutes from IVim
?Wtt?^,. .' c Nearest and finest suburb,
??-.'f. of character, Phor.e Boulevard
Wist l,uyon L C. Earle. Agent, 2?0 West
Ci,
?^?- must seli eight room ho?s!-e and
?*y*f*- Houm has hardwood floors, chest
?tlV"]' ?'eani heat, ras and electricity.
? **}L' Wlth Privet ??edge. Price $8,500.
g^?-?00. Balance on eawy terms. Five
?3 J,T.om station; forty minutes to New
Si? y"sl* fains dally. Phone Fit*
"??-h'AM,LY DWELLING. 9 rooms and
im. ? "' modern Improvements; large
l"?r . i sTound?, 75x1? location;
c; ?ubw-His and trolleys; within half
fen!, ' x' " A" ' ''??'? '"? ??"'" ?y "??'
r Ut"; i ? .. .. :i-i.
to let foi: business purposes
?brlm&?D
49-55 W. 27TH ST.,
Bet. B'wuy and ?it li Ave.
H t type store, office and show
J building in the midtown textile
district, Heart of the garment in
dusti ;.. J.Y jellent for jobl ? rs. X1 )
manufacturing permitted, 'i here are
many advantages in arranging : ;
space right NOW.
INQUIRE OF
ANY BROKER
Phon ? i 213 Chelsea
BUSINESS P ;opertt for rent,
Offices, showrooms, and lofts?800 .^.uare feet
and upw
'Y..' RENC11 ? martens,
1416 B'wa: (39th m.). Bryant 9191
ICES 1.1 KOR IMME
1 i] AYYJ SERVICE IN ANY !.' X ATI? IN
YJ Y Y Mi IR.B REAL J": G? iRP BRTA <T
OFFICES; very light d slrable; moderate
rental, cons'ilering 'ullding; Immediate
isioi ' ? : '? ? J
MANHATTAN REAL ESTATE
46-4S-5C Hudson St.
S. E. Cor. Thoma
We arc prepared to
erect a n? w two story
and basement build?
ing to pr< vide about
12,< 10 square feet
ready for occupancy
j eb. 1, 1921?suit?
able terms.
Markham Realty Corporation
INCOME PROPERTY
for sale In '?so Eighties, West
Side ; is" zoning r? striction great busin
possibilities Prl e $41.00 Inci me $7,1
b . \\ rite K Wi st, 518 77th st., B'n ., n
. I KNN S\ L V A NIA /.ON K ' j
T.A.&J.J.Fo(5artv
I -y ~> I
i?T-i.io AV. Jir.il >t. Fit/roy i in-> ?
H ARLEM-^?Bargain, beautiful five-story
and basement brownsl ne (colon
double flat: flvo larg< ro ma and bath,
hot water supply, 25 by 100 : 1st st., near
5th ave.; like new; $25,000. Scherer, 38
East 8th. Spring 3509,
90TH ST., near Madison ave., private
dwelling; arranged for two families; three
story, basement; ten rooms and two baths:
Immediate possession; Y suss moderate.
L 816, Tribune.
BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE
FOR SALE
Three Prominent
Office Buildings,
Soin h of Willi Street
Large Wall Street
Oftice Building
near William Street, also 11 i k li -
< lass Offices i" financial and
I>rui:?l Central districts, from ?UO
lu I OU .000 mi. ft.
67 Liberty St , NY Y. City.
'Phone C?rt. 744.
Private i-;uJe.-i and Leasing
Departments.
KHiiii!. ISLAND REAL ESTATE
Vaill Cottages
on Block Island
RHODE ISLAND
For Sale
30 acres of land; GO rooms
fully furnished, facing ocean.
Cost $60,000; asking price
$30,000.
INSPECT THIS PROPERTY
BEFORE SEPT. 7
?7
Liberty Ht.
N. Y. City
MJW YORK STATE
[email protected]?is\?K
CAMPS-CAMPSITES-ESTATES
XtrJenun V 'Hull* Vitea Olew L^rKj
OFFICE SPACE FOR KENT
DESIRABLE OFFICE SPACE.
To let. fn.su October 1, 1,150 square feel.
Including light and janitor s rvicej gou-l
lipht. unobstructed exposure; Kith floor.
Emmetl Building, between -8th and I'Sth
sts Madison .iv . near all subways. In
. ? 111 r ?? ti-.' Standard Paint Company, Wool
i., rth Building.
Real Estate News
Future Tenants
Buy Flat Now
Being Built
House Going Up at Fort
Washington Ave. Corner
Will Not Be Ready for
Occupancy Until March
The six-Story apartment house now
being erected at the northeast corner
of Fort Washington Avenue and 183d
Street, to be known as the Fort Tryon
Arms, is to be taken over on the co?
operative plan of ownership. The houtse
is being built by the Fort Tryon Hold?
ing Company and calls for an invest?
ment of $0(10,000.
The structure, which it is expected
will be ready for occupancy next
.March, is being put up for the com?
pany by B. M. House, and it repre?
sents the first important building
operation undertaken on the former
James Gordon Bennett estate tract,
\ hich was sold at auction in June of
last year by Joseph P. Day. The build?
's: company is composed of Ieidor
V'tkind, Louis B. Brodsky and D.
?? eenbaum.
The future tenants who are buying
(ho structure have formed the Fort
Tryon Arms Corporation, with a capi
ti ! of $-.".',000, and it is represented
hy Messrs. Witkind and Brodsky. The
'uso vi- i 11 stand on plot fronting 112
??et on Fort Washington Avenue and
: : '.; ?'ovt on 183d Street. It will con?
tain fifty-four apartments and is laid
out in suites of three, four and five
rooms. Already twenty apartments
'save been disposed of. The site was
rouired by the builders at the Ben?
nett estate auction sale for a total of
J38.800.
The Metropolis Holding Company
sold to David Becker the six-story
apartment 130 and 132 West 1-iod
Street, -11.8x99.11.
Sale on East Sid?
. The Hatasatah Realty Company sold
to a client of William A. White &
Sons the five-storv tenement, 25x103.3,
at 711 East Twelfth .Street.
Luigi Cerullo sold to Samuel Dinga
the five-story flat 22S East 127th
Street, 25x99.11.
$375,000 Loan on Loft
Charles B. Van Valen, Inc., and
Crops <fc" Brown have plac?;d for the
Interstate I,and Holding Company,
coi tro led by the Aver estate of Bos?
ton, a loan of $375.000 on the thirteen
story store and loft building at 2 and
t West Forty-seventh Street.
NEW JERSEY RKAL ESTATE
Why Be a Renter?
When you can buy as rent
with 10% down and small
monthly payments. These
terms are offered on the fol?
lowing houses located in
Elizabeth, N. J.
116 Ralph St. (Elroora District);
Six room?, Price?$9,600.
157.Ralph ?t. (Elmora District);
Seven rooms. Price?$10,300.
S3! Cross Ave. (Near Norlh F\l?7abeih
Station er. Penn. R. R.), Seven room?.
Price?$9,950.
Each of the above houses is new, modern
?ncs well i'l.siil?Hardwood floors tile
bath, electric sixtures; hot water hratmg
plent and gas range.
By tl is method of payment you will save
75 per cent of the amount you would pay
out in r-nt on a similar property in five
years.
There projx-rlies are 35 minute* out on
Central and Pcnn. Railroads, with service
of !!2 trains each way daily.
Elizabeth has splendid schools; churchei of
every denomination; exquisite homes and a
delightful social almoj-pher?.
If you can afford present high rents you can
Leiter afford to pay $1,0'J0 down and owu
a $10,000 home.'
For full particulars call or Turtle
Burton Thompson & Co., inc.
Te). 8528 Rector
136 Broadway, ?Xew York. N. T.
or
No. 2*5 Broad Street, EJizab'-th. N. J.
(Elizabeth office open Sundays)
COMBINATION OF SEASHORE
AND COUNTRY
The EMPIRE TRUST COMPANY,
Trustee, offers some exceptionally
rholce Jo's and plots ON THE PIC?
TURESQUE SHREWSBURY and n-'-ar
the OCEAN at prlcea far below their
REAL \ ilue. Small payments down
and is onthly Installments; located on
wi-jl grade I STREETS and in restrict?
ed NEIGHBORHOOD; accessible to
city b> i' nn u. K., Central R. R. of
J. .! ? . Sa ly Hook Route; also trol?
ley Unes. IV: information regarding
frei transportation and descriptive
: atter, call, write or T>hom> D<spart
: ?:.; v E.M [RE TRUST COMPANY,
120 Broadway, New York;
?? ., i h me Rector S)600.
RERE \m: the facts
$50 cash and $33.33 a month and In?
terest at I pei cenl on balance of 52,700
buys ??? '- "???' room attached house, with
good cellai Bath, range, toilet, white
? ? ? ? ? ? k, ' sbs sind Ka-?; fron: porch;
; t 16 5x7i . on line street; handy to two
nd two jil nej s 1 'oir't writ-, but
-, few hundred dollars ;? a de
? because vois will sure'.;.- buy. Honest
tilings DORAN, M McAdoo ave., corner
in, Jersey City, NY J.
? HARMING Colonial cottage. 7 rooms and
ba h; vi r; ? odern convenience; fine ln
??-. r tri lui fully situated in restricted
park ni ?c 125 ; lt> minutes out on the
? lin . . 1 m R. ?J j 6 minutes to sta?
ts n and untry club, Price $8,360, $2,500
cash, balano? reasonable terms. 1, W.
S1IARRETTS, Su:?- 4 4S, 13?S Broadway.
!?: .m? Fil.-. R y 6581.
MADISON?"High, Healthful"
"" FARMS?COXINTBY E8TATKS
J. V. KEATING, Madison, N. J.
ENGLEW00D ?.???; ?.
H. Weathcrby & Co., Englewood, N. J.
MOI MAIN LAUES, N. .).
Within the hour on 1)., I.. & W.
F? r Sale or Rent
Real modern, comfortable Homes.
(HAS. R. Il RUER, 47 WEST 84TH .ST.
AI Metuchen, 10-room house, all improve?
ments, hot-water heat; lot 126x360; car
id fruit trees; barn garage; flowers
and fine shade; 6 minute? to P. R. R. sta?
tu wner) F. C, Ayers.
Metuchen.
NEWARK (Roseville Section), 2 family; 3
blocks I.acka wanna .Sut.; 14 rooms. 2
baths, separate heaters, electric; both flats
vacant Price 111,'.?00. ,cash $5.000.
STEVENS, 478 Central Ave.. Newark, N. J.
TWO LOTS FOR SALE CHEAP; Beach
wood. N jr. Address M. T. Ciccone, 25?
West 65th st., New York City.
BRONX REAL ESTATE
3 ELEOANT TWO-FAMILY HOUSES tn
good section of Bronx; St.onn caah; $?*,0n0
'? irtgHge inquire Adler, 1S0G First ave,
fhoni Rhin luudci Cl25.
To Pay $250,000 Rental
For 5th Avenue Store
Space Leased in Building Being
Erected nt ?lie Corner of
31th Street
Max N. Natanson leased to Braus,
Inc., the corner store in the building
being erected on the northwest corner
of Thirty-fourth Street and Fifth Ave
nuo for ten years, nt an aggregate
rentnl of $2150.000.
Mr. Natanson also leased, in the Ash
land Building, southeast corner of
Twenty-fourth Street and Fourth Ave?
nue, the first loft to S. Slroock & Co.,
one of the largest felt and plush man?
ufacturers in the country, for five
years, at an aggregate rental of $100,
I 000. Roy Scheriek was the broker.
Henry Shapiro <& Co. leased for the
Reinmel Holding Corporation the
building at 8C?1 Eighth Avenue to Bry?
ant's Music House, Inc., for ten years.
Pease & F.llimnn leased for Dorothy
V. Baxter her suite of offices at 15 and
17 West Forty-fourth Street to J. II.
Stone, A. F. Evans and E. F. Florman.
Samuel H. Martin has leased the
north store and baser.ent at SO." Ninth
Avenue to J. P. Haas, and the north
store and basement at 481 Ninth Ave?
nue.
Trading in Apartments and
Dwelling Properties in Bronx
A client of Charles M. Norden bought,
through Leon C. Lemle, the five story
flat 126 St. Ann's Avenue, 25x100. An?
other client of Mr. Norden's purchased
from Benjnmin Geisler the five story
flat 587 East. 137th Street, 25x100.
Vincenzo Maiolo bought the two story
dwelling on the south side of 184th
Street, ?12 feet west of Webster Avenue.
Eugene L. Larkin sold for Alfred Spry
to Nicholas Venterola the two family
dwelling with store at 3440 Bailey Ave?
nue, 25x120, extending through to Bailey
Place.
Lizzie Bergen sold to Harry Urko
witz the two story dwelling at 197.T
Clinton Avenue, 20x100.
Lena Keck sold to William J. Schnei?
der and others the two story dwelling
2140 Prospect Avenue, 22x150.3.
New Owners for Dwellings
On West and East Sides
Duross Company has sold for May
R. Remington to Theodore C. Wood the
dwelling 302 West 102d Street. Mr.
Wood, after extensive alterations, will
occupy the premises.
Ennis & Sinnot refold to Julia Mc
Evoy the four story urn! basement dwell?
ing 157 West Seventy-eighth Street,
19x100. C. Royct Hubert was the
broker.
The Seymour Realty Company sold to
the Robec Realty Company the four
story dwelling at 520 East Eighty-sec?
ond Street, 18.9x102.2.
Mrs. Biddle Duke Rents Hou^e
In 62d St. to Dr. Stetson
Pease <?: Elliman leased for Mrs. Bid
die Duke to Dr. Rufus E. Stetson the
four story dwelling 113 East Sixty-sec?
ond Street.
Malcolm E. Smith, Inc., rented the
residence 246 East Sixty-eighth Street,
for Mrs. Davis, to Mrs. William Thal
heim; also, a duplex apartment at 2
West Sixtv-seventh Street, for Mrs.
William N. Guthrie to Charles E. Sands.
The Haggstrom-Callen Company has
leased for Kate Reilley the four story
dwelling at 606 West 138th Street to
John Healy.
Brooklyn Flat for Corporation
Charles Partridge sold the four
story flathouse at 162 Woodruff Ave?
nue for the L. K. H. Corporation.
The Bulkley & Horton Company sold
1919 Atlantic Avenue, a two-story
dwelling, for the. estate of J. H.
Krogrman.
Meister Builders, Inc., pures ased
from M. Margolish the three three
family brick houses, 20x82 each, at
2305 "to 2309'Bedford Avenue.
The Realty Associates seid to Sel
kin & Rosenberg the gore on the east
side of Hopkinson Avenue, 140 'cet
south of Riverdale Avenue, v :'~r a
frontage of seven inches, a depth of
100 feet and a rear line of 48.11.
???.?.-?
Get House at Fieldston
Lillian R. Michaelis sold to Elisabeth
W. Winchell the two story Dutch Colo?
nial dwelling on the west side of Fields
ton Road, 423 feet north of 246th Street,
in the Fieldston development. The house
stands on a plot 82x120 and was held at
840,000.
Buys Fine Yonkcrs Home
John H. Clancy sold the corner resi?
dence of Mrs. Jennie M. Schaffer on
Rockland Avenue, Park Hill, Yonkers,
N. Y., to Wilmer Davis, ox this city,
who after extensive alteration will oc
cuDV the house. The property was held
at' $45,000.
Results of Auction Sales
By I,. J. Phillip? & Co.
J?MEI, I'Y. s s, 180.4 n 167th et. if"?*
203.7, to Edgecombe rd, 1r'" 8x176 li, va?
cant; .1 Warren Hardenberg)! is ,;. exr?,
??te. stu Jules Realty Co et al; due, $40,
013.30; tax"?, etc, $1 000; to the plain?
tiff for S4 1,000.
By tTom'ph P. !>av
WATTS ST. 46, n s, 289 I , Va rick old
Une, 21.6x76.9, 3-sty mint ; George A
Puller et al aal V.? G Ubi ri . i lui . 520
783.79: taxfs etc. $403.57; to the plain?
tiff for $1,000.
UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET
APARTMENTS OF QUALITY
4 Rooms, Turk Avenue. $275.00
r> ltotims, Bast 82d Street. 275.00
6 Rooms. Euj.t 62d Street. 5,000.00
t> Rooms, P,ui; Avenue. 5,000.0
8 Rooms, Wesl 86th Street . 7,500.00
: i Rooms. H'i 941 h St? eel ... lO.Oi
Many others ;ii lower and higher priors
KVERETT M. SEIXAS ( ?>..
4."20 Murray Hill 507 Fifth Avenue
34 EAST 52? STREET,
A three room apartment, foyer, kitchen
und bath, upes? (?replaci . rooma L'JJ feet
square. Also handsomi studio ipa
I with mezzanine bedroom and bath; hotel
[?ervlce; to lease, furnished or unfurnished^.
Open fireplace every modern convenience;
immediate occupancy. Inciulre of agents.
BVERE1 r M SU' VCAS CO
4520 Murray Hill. 507 Fifth Avenu? (42d),
782 WEST END AVENUE
Corner of JiHili >t.
?lodern F. epro ; Elevator Buildi ?
4, .">, <; Room?, 1 and 'i hutlis
One 5 room, i butli Apartment
Foss, ssion Septan ' ? r 1 st
.' 92V ST., 136 BAST?-Two rooms ai ; bath,
$65. Phone Lenox 3sJ,<J7. See Janitor.
APA HTM ENTS WANTED
BONUS?Four or five room apartment or
i half of two-family house, lower Heights
1 cr West Bronx; possession immediati or
: ?.?ct 1. Phono Lafaj ett .? ?JY".1 I
A. M. to 5 P. M.
i-!
FURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET
FIFTH AVE., between 49th and 50th sts.?
Furnished apartment, parlor, bedroom and
; b'ith: elevator and maid's services to sublet
till October 1-t ; rent reasonable. Apply Mia?
Weiner. Phone Murray Hill 63S3.
iJMADISON AVE., ::?? St.?-Front apa l
3 rooms, bath, kitchesfljetti !.. ndaomels
?furnished; Immediate possession; rent
$2?J per month.
PORTER ? CO.. 159 West 125th Street
76TH ST., EAST?Elegantly furnished
bachelor apartment, between Madison
and Park; all conveniences, service. T 1.
Rhlnelander 3460.
MISCELLANEOUS
I 54.750?CASH 5730.
One and - . - rubwa
M'i.N . ER, I. 1 v .? . . St.
Trading Centers
lu Old Business
Sections Downtown
Mexican Telegraph Co. Adds
to Financial District
Holdings; Buildings in
Washington Street Sold
The Mexican Telegraph Company,
which owns and occupies the two four
story huildings at 85 to 89 Broad
Street, comprising the block front on
the east side of Broad Street, between
Stone and South William streets, pur?
chased from the Eno estate and Colum?
bia University, the abutting four and
five story buildigs at 27 and 29 Stone
Street and 39 and 41 South William
street. The property had been in the
possession of the Eno family for many
years. It. has a frontage of 46.8 feet
on Stone Street and 38 feet on South
William. With this acquisition the
Mexican Telegraph Cbmpany controls
a frontage of 70.1 feet on Broad Street,
0-4.3 tool on Stone and 70.9 feet on
South William streets. An official of
the company said yenerdav that there
were no plans for the future of the
j property yet determined upon.
Deals in Washington Street
1. B. Wukcnian sold for Mrs. L. T.
Dunn the four-story building at 265
Washington Street, 21x83, near Warren
Street, to a Mr. Foster. It had been
? in the possession of the selling 1'amily
for many years. Mr. Wakeman ha3
also closed two other deals on Wash?
ington Street, in conjunction with
Cammann, Voorhees & Floyd. For
liasse Brothers they disposed' of the
live-story loft, with elevator, at 312
Washington Street, 20x80, near Jay
Street, to the Chatham Trading Cor?
poration. They also sold for Mrs. Mary
Best the tive-story lofts at 313 Wash?
ington Street, 25x80.
Big Stable Property Sold
The Bunke estates sold to Mary L.
| Ilanley the four one and two story
garages and stables at 420 and 42*8
East 108th Street, 125x100, near First
Avenue.
Sale in West 113th Street
Jessio J. Zimmerman, sold to
Nathaniel A. McBride, the one-story
store building at 514 West 113th Street,
25x100.11.
Extensive Alt?rations Planned
For Greenwich Village Flat
The M. Morgenthau Jr. Company, as
agents for the Terrain Realty Com
iiar.y, Inc., has awarded contracts for
extensive alterations to the apartment
house a* 133 and 135 West Eleventh
Street. The alterations include a new
passenger elevator, stucco front, in
Italian style of architecture, and the
renovation of the top floor and roof
garden. W, S. Fitz-Randolph, Inc., has
been awarded the general contract for
the renovations to the top floor and
roof.
Recent Buyers of Dwellings
'Hie Dak Point Corporation is the
purchaser from the S ?si mor Homes
Corporation of the two three-story
dwellings a!, Ill ami 11" East Eigh'.y
first Street, reported sohl Monday.
Pearl M. Ackerman, John Ruege and
Manuela M. Suris, respectively, are the
of the tisree four-story dwel
lings sst 48, 50 and 54 West Ninety
second Street, sohl recently by Charles
Wynne.
\ irgil S. Rittenhouse is the buyer of
the dwelling at 243 East Fifty-seventh
Street, 3old recently by Harry Wolf
sun.
Builders Purchase Bronx Site
The Lawyers' Title and Trust Com?
pany soil ?he plot 80x100 on the west
side of Southern Boulevard, 225 f? t
south of 167th Street, to the Harvey
Building, Inc.
Salo of Bronxville Property
The Robert E. Farley Organization
seid for Mrs. Beatrice L. Massey her
residence on Ponderfield Road, Bronx
ville, to Mrs. Edith Wilson MacLeod,
of this city.
Fire Record
A. M. Loss
12:65?109 W. 38th St.; restaurant.. .Slight
l J Essex St.; Da\ Id Pi Ill
man .Unknown
2:15 , 1st ft. and Tin! n Ave , the
]? nx: outo C Ha ry Schwit. . . Slight
J' !5 Fi ont of 196 William St.;
auto truck; Reardon Truck
'Yi.Slight
6 r. ? ? ?? \V. Broadway ; Anthony
'/?? > .Slight
8:30?Front of 352 W. 21st St.;
aui of .lames Flood.Unknown
9:20?231 E. 111th St.; Henry Suss
ma.Unknown
11:30?Fronst, of 417 E. fit h st j auto
of S. Citer. . . ?.Unknown
P. M
12:40 ? Spring and Varlck sts j aul i
truck; Watson Trucking Co.
Unknown
2 :."- j.'J.-s St and Courtlandt Avc,
the Bronx; auto; Bauman .'.
Co.Triflings
2:20- 2662 Sth w<-.Trifling
3:11 Front of Pier 34, North Vs. .?? r;
; ., : ement. cil y properl :?.None
4:10? 1447 Wllklns Ave., tne Bronx;
Hys an Wohutl .Trifling
4:4? Teller Av? . ntl 70th S .
Uronx; V. Valentine Trifling
7:50?" ? East Broadway; N. V.
i Y thing s '??.Unknown
9;40?2' :???-. ?nth .v. ; Snyder &
Wi si ernian .Unknown
9:4 I -? ??!. Av. ind 13d St.. U S.
mail truck.Trifling
? ?? 38 !" Wesl .. d St.Unknown
SUMMONS
. : ???-, je n CRT. NEW vi irk COUNTT.
. EMPIRE TVCST COMPANY, as Sub
.. itute.d Trttsli ? of the Trust created un
.;... the I... -' W.lll and Tesl ent ot
PETER U. STUYVESANT TEN BROECK,
asi d, Plaintiff, against FRANCIS S.
PEABODY, AUGUSTUS S. PEABODY,
? IVE RUNNELLS HARRIET JESSIE
BUTLER, LUCRET1A T B. HOUGHTEL
i\i; HELENA FRANKLIN PROUTY,
LCCRET1A T. B. SFALDING, MARGA?
RET S WHITE, ELIZABETH D. MER?
RILL, HELENA LOUISA '.'''I-!'. M A R V
A. TEN DROSCK, Individually un.l as Ex
',, ul rl> Jt.:- ? ?st '.'?' II and T? s ament of
EDWARD 1' JY-JX BROECK,, teceased;
MABEL R. JENKS, LUCY R. JACKSON.
?? ? ICE R JAMES, JOHN SUMNER RUN?
S'El !S BVA N BAKER, EVA J. BAKER,
CHARLES S. BRADSHAW, HELEN ANN
BRADSHAW, CHARLES BAKER BRAD
HOMER EDWARD BRADSHAW,
-'Y ' VESANT T. li. JACKSON, GEi KGl
. OAKLEY and WALTER STENZ, D -
lei lants
TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS;
V u are hereby summoned to answer the
.::? .-\ this action, sir.'I t i Berve a
copy o? your answer on she plaintiff's at
? rneys within twenty i20) day? ?titer cue
servi ?: this summons, exclusive of thu
day of service; s.nd In case of your failure
ppear or answer, Judgment will be
t?!ter. again?: you by default, for the re
lief demai d< 1 In the complaint.
Dated, New York, .July 12th, 1520.
. 'i lUDERT BROTHERS,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Ofllce and Post
i iffl e Address No. 2 Rector ?treet,
? ?ugh of Manhattan. Now York
City, NY Y.
TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS;
Francis S. Peabudy, Augustus S. Pea
body, Clive Runnells Harriet Y-'ssie But
1er, Lucretla T. B Houghteling, Helen?
Franklin Prouty, Lucretla T. 11. Spaldlng,
Elizabeth D. Merrill, Mary A. Ten Broeck.
;.-; v K. Jackson, Alice R. James, John
Sumner Runnells, Eva N Baker, Eva L.
Baker, Charles .-' Bradshaw, HfJen Ann
haw '.Iharles Baker Bradshaw,
Edward Bradshaw and tituyvesant
Jai ksi n
The t iregolng summons is served upon
you by publication, pursuant to an order
ot Honorable George V. Mullan, Justice of
the Sispr-'ii.s Court of the State of New
York, dated the 12th slay of July. 1920,
ind :.'.'-d with the complaint in the office
of tho Clerk of the County of New York,
nt the County Court House, In the Borough
of Manhattan, City, Count> and .v.atts of
New York.
Dated, New York. Julv 20. 1J120.
COUDERT BROTHERS,
Attorneys : . Y: ,. ..4 pOJt
ugh j Manhattan, New York
City.
Lost and Found - ^HT" ?.^L A JM -* i_! Help Wanted
Business Card* (?] Vy Q.F1T Af|? \E5} Situation? Wanted
Business Opportunities _ ^^* ~ m^?yj?_ Rooms and Boarder?
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS_
LOST.?Platinum bracelet without stone?, |
white gold lavalller?. throe diamond?;
both lost enclosed In paper bag; liberal
reward. Fischer Bros , 54 Lafayette St.
LOST?On road to Hempstead. L. I., or1
Hempstead: black hug containing lady's
apparel, Thursdsiy n?fU. Mrs. G. L. Loft. |
200 West 68th st. Suitable reward.
LOST ?Firth ave. between Waldorf-Astorta
and Blltmoro hotels, largo cameo pm,
gold mourning. Reward, Miss Whltley.
?223 Riverside I
I.oHt Bankbooks
LOST?Bankbook No. H?.979. The Metro?
politan Saving? Bank, Payment stopped.
FlnU'r please return to bank, 1 & 3 3d
ave., New York City,
LOST?Bankbook No. G31824, the Green-:
wich Savings Bank. 246 and 24? Sixth
ave., N. Y. City. Payment stopped. Please
return to bank.
LOST?Bankbook No. 127,343, North River
Savings Bank; payment stopped; kindly
return to bank, 31 West 34th St., New
York.
LOST?Bankbook No. 134454 of the Ex?
celsior Savings Bank, 79 West 2;?d st.
Payment stopped. Please reUirn to bank.
LOST?Bankbook No. 732813 of the Ban',-:
for Savings. 2S0 Fourth ai'e. Payment
? stopped. Please return to bank.
LOST?Bankbook No. 62D557 o? the Bank
for Savings, 280 Fourth ave. Payment
; stopped. Please return to bank.
i LOST?Bankbook No. 50867, Ameritan
Savings Bank, 115 W. 42d st. Payment
stopped. Finder please return to bank.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
East Side
. 32D ST., 231 EAST?Large front parlor,
suitablo two or three; running water.
West Side
| BROADWAY, 103d St.?Larg? front room.
dressing room, one or two gentlemen;
private family; electric, subway. River
: Hid? 3010.
WEST END AVE., 265.?Attractively fur?
nished large private room and bath:
' also a number of finely furnished small
; room? without br.th.
112TH, 604 WEST (Riverside)?Attractive
front room, elevator apartment, gentle
men. Cathedral 7R10.
FURNISHED ROOMS WANTED
FURNISHED ROOMS for university stu?
dents, within reasonable traveling dls
' tance of Washington Square. Write par?
ticulars. C. R Porter, 32 Waverley Place,
. New York City.
BOARDERS WANTED
!0TH ST.. 434 WEST?Small, light, airy
rooms, two meals daily, $10.50 per wee's;
'young business women only; references.
COUNTRY BOARD
SOUTHERN LODGE
Harrison and North St., Macy Psirk, op
posite Green Meadow country ?'iub. Hamil?
ton, N. Y., Elegant home. beautiful
grounds, tennis; bathing at Rye Beach.
1 45 mlmites Grand Central Station. Tele?
phone Murray Ilili 7161. 270 Madison
av., N. Y., Mrs. Hunt.-;- Wilson.
MONICAN FAP.M. Lilian Field?. N. Y. -
Mountaln view, bathing; farm-grown
food; $14._
COUNTRY BOARD WANTED
WANTED, room and board September,
possibly October, mother, two children
(4 and 7 years) and nurse; within com?
muting distance. Write Mrs. Boyce,
Flower House, DnbbH Ferry. N. Y.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Domestic
' COOK, also chambermaid, small private
family. 23 W-.-st S'.'th at.; Riverside 3519.
I GIRL for general housework; white: ref
erences required. 116 Riverside Drive,
Apt. 1. south.
KOUSEWORKER, general, for Fmail
aoartmenJ. Apply Mrs. Wayne, 622 West
i 141st st., Apt. 5-F.
HOUSEWORK?Young colored girl; light
washing; no cooking. Frances, i8?7
Third avY
MAIDS.
MAIDS; GOOD PAY; STEADY.
Call at one", ready for work,
WEST SIDE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
116 W 49TH ST.
Miscellaneous
CLERKS AND TYPISTS WANTED
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Girls over 17 years of age.
Hours 9 to 4 JJ0 o'clock.
Advancement wlthlr. one to three months.
Luncheons served froo.
Experience unnecessary.
j Apply In person between 9 and 4:30 o'clock.
p.oom 0032, Metropolitan Bldg.
1 Madison ave.?at 23d st.. N. ?. City.
CLERKS want'-d, jut.lor young ladies In
our car department; liberal salary with
good prospect. Apply the. American Thread
'Co., 26u West Broadway, 8th floor.
GIRLS
Wc have positions open
in. several departments.
They are permanent. The
svork is interesting. No
experience is required.
$15 a week to start.
Industrious girls can soon
reach earnings o? S85.00
to $100.00 a month.
Apply at
1153 BROADWAY. MANHATTAN.
CORNER 27TH ST.
S70 E. 160TH ST., BRONX.
il WILLOUGHBY ST.. ?
BROOKLYN.
135 BROADWAY, MANHATTAN,
CORNER DEY ST.
1?36 BROADWAY, BROOKLYN.
Or telephone
MADISON SQUARE
12000
NEW YORK TELE?
PHONE COMPANY
MILLINERS
FRANKLIN SIMON & CO.,
5th Ave., 07th and 38th Sts.
Require
MILLINERS
for their
M i LEI N E RY WORKROOM
The most liberal salaries, bright
airy workrooms and excellent
working condition.-.
Apply
APPLICATION OFFICE,
6 West 38th St.
9th Floor.
~ ?( ?VERNESS WANTED""
Protestant ntlre charge boj <,? in. R;r;
' - both -a! school: i .. In winter, Reply
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Miscellaneous
GRADUATE LIBRARIAN.
FOR CHARGE OF TECHNI?
CAL LIBRARY. 9TH FLOOR,
125 EAST 46TH ST., NEW YORK.
SALESLADY, experienced In ladies' under?
wear shop; steadv position; good wages.
Ruby Corset Co., 760 Sixth av.
STENOGRAPHER, exp-riencer]. capable,
lace manufacturing concern; desirable
position. Chas. A. Schieren Company, 30
Ferry st.
TYPIST, experienced In filling In and ad?
dressing work; good salary and bright
rnsp.cts. S. & M. Multlgraphir.g Co.,
lib!- House, Astor Place.
TYPIST?-Experience?!, by large corpora?
tion; permanent position: hours 9 to 5 :
half day Saturday. Sec A. R. Munro, 555
Tremont ave.
WOMEN
21-35 YEARS OF AGE
FOR
NIGHT WORK
AS
TELEPHONE
OPERATORS
HOURS
9:30 P. M. to 7:00 A. M.
Opportunities to earn
$90.00 to $100.00 a month
in six months.
$18.00 a week in two
weeks when assigned to
night hours.
$15.00 a week during in?
struction in the day time.
Rapid advancement.
Higher salaries for more
responsible positions.
If interested call at
1158 Broadway,
New York City
(Cor. 27th St.)
or telephone
Madison Square I2OOO
NEW YORK
TELEPHONE
COMPANY
YOUNG LADY, experienced on the Moon
Hopkins billing machine, wanted fer a
wholesale notion house; state experience
and salary desired. The B. I. B., S3
''stial st.
HELP WANTED MALE
PELL BOYS
For hotels; good pay: Btea<3y.
Call ^t once ready for work.
WEST SIDE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
110 WEST 49TH ST.
BOOKKEEPER, nsarried, over 30 years
old; one with flour experience preferred;
only those ambitious and desirous of ad?
vancement need apply. Henry B. Saltman
& Co., Inc., 52 Broadway.
ELEVATOR RUNNERS
For hotels; gnod pay: steady.
Call at once rearly for work.
WEST SILK EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
lit! WEST 49TH ST
HOUSEMEN FOR HOTELS
HEAT. HOUSEMAN ?100 MONTH.
HOUSEMEN ";?. $20 WEEKLY.
PORTERS FOR HOSPITAL.
Call a- once ready for work.
WEST SIDE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
116 WEST 19TH ST.
SALESMEN.
A Position Leading
To Financial Independence
We have ni vera] ? p nine.-? for I
good Judgment, sibilitj and honesty ??vho
can prove by their own efforts thai they
are capable of earning the posit! n ??'
sale? manager. The merit syst? ?n pre li
in this organization. It Is > \.\<??,;.?.! to
open at least fU - new offices bel re Jan?
uary 1, At leasl 25 years of ige
initiation, Initiative, good education, y .
alty and ?ejiin^ the truth at all times an?
i he reo llslto points des re I Call
SUITE 1014, 25 WEST 4J1D ST
SUITE 305, '..'.2 NASSAU ST
SUITE 1512, FLATIRON BLDG
SUITE S4, 186 Mi ?NT U?UE ST . BKLYN
SUITE J .'. 156 MARKET ST., NEW YilK
SALESMEN- Live wires to sell (anltor
and hospital supplies; salary or commis
Blon American Cleansing ami Sanitary
Supply Co., 155 Seventh ,iv
WAITERS-?By a t icial club on Fifth ive
(85 per month ns..j m-.aJa natives i
Great Britain or Ireland preferred. Vpply
at J East 51sl st. (driveway).
V' ?UNO M AN Coi i fTIi .. rk In i anu
fa? tur'.ng de pari ? ? ? if large ? . .
tlou; :::ust bo rapid typist and go
figures; m ? id chan ??? for ad vai
perlence not necessary. L 5. y : m
Instruction
AUTO INSTRUCTION.?We teach repairing
and driving in short time. License .
anteed ; Jai:.?' classes; also Ford?-lese
American A:'.i> School, 726 Lexington ave.
<53th>. Plaza 4016.
LEARN TO I E A CHAUFFEUR. Pleasant
ars-i profitable ?lurk, day and evening
clashes. iSci:i for free booklet and visitor's
p?n West Sido V. M C. A.. 306 West
67th ?t.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE
Chambermaids
CHAMBERMAID- i'oung Irish Protestant:
excellent; five years' references; quick,
clean worker L Miss Hofmayer's Vge i
10 Easit 43d st.. 3d fioi I ? J. mi 3947
Murray H 11.
CHAMBERMAID Assist waitress; excel
lent long ?city references; (60-165
Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East 4JM sy.
3d floor; telephone 8947 Murray if ill.
Cooks
conic - Voung Irish n-' '??? or near city;
?70-S7Y II, Miss Hofmayer's Agency
10 E. 43d st., 3d floor; telephon Mar..,.
Hill 8947.
COOK AND WAITRESS, Finnish girls;
good references. Lehtl Agency, r.s k?^
I25th st.; tel. Harlem 5515.
COOK AND USEFUL BUTLER, Finnish
couple; good references. Lehtl Agency,
?5 East 12Stu st.; tel. Harlem 5615.
Day Workers
DAY WORKER?Laundress a?:d cleaner'
very reliable; J3.60-14.10. NY, Ml?? Hof?
mayer's Agency, 10 East 43d st., ,J floor
telephone 8947 Murray Hill.
Dressn-akcrs, MHHners, Etc.
DRESSMAKING?Capes; stylish, obliging;
summ-'r. I", dally. Write Hensiey. JUO
West :JJJ4th s?t.
General :iouseworkers, Etc
HOUSEW iRKER?Reliable Scotch wom
an; <.. s :i t years' reference; small city
family apartment; fi5. J., Miss Hof?
mayer's at;.-:-.cy. 10 K. 43d st , 2d fluor,
telephone s:? ?7 Murray Hill.
H?USEWORKER?Araerlcsdb woman, with
daughter six years; oid; very capable,
c . Ms*." Hofmayer's Agency, 10 '?. iJid at.
:>J floor; telep) >r,e 8947 Murray Hill.
HOUSBWORKERS, Finnish ?.r1-?. good
references. Lehtl Agency, :i East 12-th
st j tel. Harletu S?1.JJ.
Laundresses, Ktc,
LAUNDRESS?Excellent young Irish wom?
an; country: ail year; J>i0-?;5. Mac.
Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 10 Bad 43d st..
3d lloor, telephone 8S47 Murray Hill.
Nurses. Etc.
NURPE England's late royal family
nurse ?-..-.? a b*by, ow : ..
J ?.r. on .'. ? ? . Si. Btfoi d, '.'onn.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE_
Norses. Etc.
NURSE?Young, hospital trained, ":'"?
lent references. Mis* FUssgerald's Burea .
366 Fifth ave,
NURSE- -Younjr, Inexperienced ? -
learn. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau, 3','>,
Fifth ave.
Waitresses
WAITRESS-PAR LOR MA ID?Young Irish
girl: J70-?75. !>.. ?.:?!>* Hofmayer's
Agency, 10 East 43d st . 3d f.jor, tcj-;..
.-.3 47 Murray Hill.
Professional
STFNOGRAPHRR-typL-' d"dr?u? work 10
t, ?? ho ? .enlngs; reasonable charge.
L 821, Tribuno
Miscellaneous
LADY'S MATD ? Good seamstress n r ?
packer; $60-65. V.Y, Miss Hofs.
Agency 10 East 43d st-, 3d fl >r; t?l?phona"
V47 M irrny Hill._
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
BOOKKEEPER?Has day a week give
small concern, reasonable. L S'.7,
Tribune.
EXECUTIVE J years' eM.
tng experience, desires position as pur?
chasing ag< nt or assistant sales manager;
m traveling L ils, Tribune.
JAPANESE domestic help by professional
workars. 106 W. 46th St. isrys.it 7737-?*?*.
EMPLOYMENT H.EM l?S
Professional Help Female and Male
ROSE E. CLARK AGENCY
EMPL? ?YMENT EX FERT
CORTLANDT 1249. 5 BEEKaSAN ST.
iteri ?.- - a pers, of?
fice essistants, switchboard operators, mais
or fesi.ale. b< gsr.r..--.i or ? xperlenced ;
promptly p'aced UjII ail week.
DOYLE AiIENCY.
IS East 4*fh as Madison Ave . IM Nasss?
St., Tribun" Building, or 216 Montague St..
Bro klyn St? g ? ? typists, book?
keepers, clerks, < ?mptometera und switch**
busirJ operators; *; J positions for begin?
ners and experienced
? -? i
BUSINESS CARDS
-.
Carpets and Rugs
LAST WEEK TO PUT
CONTINUED SALE OF
REALLY BEAUTl? t PETS. RUGS,
; P.^vai, Fren h Will ne Axminsters. frcsi
I MANHATTAN HOTEL, bought at eacrlf.'.o
?prices, is? taupes, black I '-\ woody
colors, green ftray. brown. i>:a .ti. mixed,
11 pattern- ; '?' I she I li *?
new; 3,000 J ?". n ??. f:. t2. S3
I yard up; rt.g? h;1 prie .s, $16 to $? ->
\ up: maS;:-'?: ove ? t , : ? atril -,
I dyeings reasonabl ST1LI.INGS. INC., 624
Madi ii si av? 59th) PLAZA
Diamond?. Jewelry, etc. ?
DIAMOND? AND JEWELBY BOUtiH?
FOR CASH, es?ates appraised, pur hassd.
| BENNETT ?75 Broadway ups airs.
Express and Trucking
; B'klyn ?1- N'ew York Deliveries
I <.r.g clstance hauling on tract wrrk
Daisy J." 's ij-iani ". rips rk far an Freepert,
Hodack Express & Trucking Co
Telephone Decatur 15^5
Furniture
WE PAY highest prices for furnltura,
plAnns. antlfjues, bric-a-brac, books. art,
etc. GABAY, 8s University PL 3tur?
vefarst 21,77
Men's ('???thine
i "i >MK UP!
Where Prices Arc Down
Buy a Stitch t
from thi ? ii, ?? ? Hers profit
?Vonderfu ? . ; ? j . arge
'????'.?? .
? -
STICH CO., 621 St h floor.
A WHOLESALER SA? ; at. retail
, ? ' '; high grade h . I all wool
M< ': v buits, laies-t st) les , a? 129 i -. : i
(32.60 (?onnei wholesale price $48.001 Few
, hundred silk mohair suits at Hi Fj. Show.
to ? ,,. v ?? i hex ?shop. .,. West 33 )
? st . it posh i Kol el M Wi
Patent?
F'ATENI '
Orer 7S years pra ' -, eJ! communie??.m
' t ions strictly ??'???:' -, , J . ' .r '????...k ' 1 .
patents free on spei fa ;m?j
for office consulta' Munn \.- Co . put
e?.t attorneys, ,."orth Building.
New York.
Trunks
BARGAINS N?w I -r unkSI-"
batts. . lutf.ts. ? <
: I .
Tj 'pew ritera
TYPJKWR] J' ,.;- RI ^
Nes.-TlsilYe. ? :.-? nth? ? I months. $7 r,0 usi
AMERICAN VVKITTN? MAI UNE CO, IXC
345 Prca , ? : . - I
20 E. 23 . ??'?-. m ??re Franklla ?>
THK n i EW Itl ?Y It KX HANGE.
t?s_B?rcl?j st relepl ma ?Y <* K?rrJ?f."'
SI JwJt.?.ui.Y Ni/iU K.,
IN PI It- . Y. UP i iRl 1ER Of
i J 'gate
nt the ' ty N w Vo , JOI JE IS
hereby g ivlng ?imi^,
ab'ii. ' -> Is ?.??>" '
km ? ?. .- .?te of tn*
Count} to pi egent
i J:- - . -. ;; ? -,- ? - ? to.
lubsci of tr- ::?.! "??ig
rress ? ' ?.- ries.
:.? .. attorney, a: No aj3 Libert) Street, ??
: ..? Mai it ta - . ot
.'- eiv ti rit, state o b< fore
the 15th daj of Octobci 191 0, m u
I>u; id, J; day of April.
IS20.
ANNE ;. ISSAM H A. ?S,
Executrix.
GEOB . . 3L iCK EN POS,
Eire ator.
CAMPBELL AIM! - T 3 J.af L-.
In pursuance ? : ! : ?b'e
.1 ohn P. Cohalat rate t the
ty o? New v. , ?. .^ nereb) g wen
to a:J persons having els ? ?gainst
Aim?e M. S T. J. LaF s. Campbell, 1st?
of the Count; York, d< -eased, to
present th< sias.-.. with -. mi hers t:.< .--?t ta
subscriber, a: place of ? ransactlng
business, al the offl es of Taylor, Jack?
son, Brophy & NY,. rneys, at 30 Pina
Street. In the Cil -??-. Ifork. on or be^"-""
fore the 15th day ii October next. "
Dated, New Y ... the 12th day of AorlL"*
1920.
FREDERICK S. WHITWELU
TAYLOR, JACKSON, BROPHY &
NASH. Aft rneys for the K?.?--utur, S?
Pine Street. N'ew y. ?-^ city
TOWN Of
an order ot Hoi , .. ,
a .'? . : ? a of New York,
NOTICE 's ben . I personi
having i a ag ?--s
of the County of N? ??? ,h -,
pr' sent thi .- . : vitl i . a I ? ? ft.)
: he sul : riber al i? ~- ins? i Im;
bussnciss of Taylor, Ja .-...-. Bropl &
Na.sh. attorneys s, ,-. S?
Pine an eel. In the Cit; ? ? , .. o,\
or bet?r? the 1 bei ??? xt
r;at._d. New i'ork, the :..;h ??v u? Aprl?,
IS?o.
IJ?AAY T? Y.VN.
HENRI t? '. . . ?' ROP,
e ? ?tora
TAYLOR, JACKS?iN. BKC'PHY * NA3H.
Attorney? : r bxccutors, so P:a?
Street. Now
IN PURSUANCE O? ?. . ORDER OF
Honorable l ihn P ? halan, & .Surr -
ga a of thi ..:. . . .. 'i ,.;. ;,i rr [?hJ
[? hereby given to all persons having
cla tna agaii ; Sutro,, .a'.< of tn?
County of u-J. to present
tne sa 10 wl h ? ?- hers thereof tu the
subscrib?is, at i of transactn.?""
?"..?...? Sutro * WrJ?iii) ??
idwa s.i ; ".? city of New
York, on or be?oru tilo 2ulh c*y of Octo
Der istit?
Dated, New York, lise 12th day of Apr:',
i02O.
LILLY SUTRO.
FRELEiUCK C. SUTRO.
Exec jtora
SUTRO Sr WRIGHT. Attorneys for Es
ecutors.
IN PURS! RDER OF
HON. james A. FOLBY, a ?Surrogate
-.' tsiu Co anty o< ':???? York, notice i
hereby given to al; persona ? lain.s
again-?t MORTIMER J. COHEN, de'-??ed.
late uf the Count} of New ?fork, to pre?
sent the same with vouchers thereof to*
the subscribers, at thesr ?:;,
ai ting busln ? 11 ?txijh
Slid iN i- ASH EB, J ., atl irnej s, No,
299 Broadway, In t li?
tan. City o? New York on nt before tut
27?ti -is., oi . ;r>i'0 *j
Dated. ? ' ? .yzo.
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ADOLI'H E R
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