Is Team Work
j, Sure Relations Between
Harding Men in Washing?
ton and Stale Leaders Will
Be Close and Effective
forkers To Be Rewarded
Senator* Ohio Manager Pre?
dict? Harmony After Con?
ference With Miller Here
I Harry M. Daugherty, of Columbus,
Ohio-Senator Harding's Ohio campaign
??naffer, after a coi ference with Gov
ertsor-e!ect Nathan L. Miller at the
b Regis yesterday, said he felt safe
h s*yi"S that relations between the
Harding men in Washington and the
republican leaders in New York would
k close and effective, with team work j
y ? motto and with recognition of the1
-?a and womi n who would work for j
,k? best interests of the nation and !
?1 was in New York frequently dur- I
ia? the campaign," he said, "and I ?
vf?rd the same story every time?j
??-at the Demo rats here would trade!
Co* fc ReP;;!'; c;'r votes for Smith. ?
?,, figures indicate that it wasn't all
(eft, Senator Farding, as was natural, j
itw that Judge Miller was lighting aj
v,rd battle, and when he won it gal- '.
'antly and beyo id question he was as j
??eased as if ht had been a voter in j
till state. Se-tator Harding knows '
tUt he has a big job ahead of him j
??id ha want? the assistance of men ?
??ka Judge Miller."
Many ("J Corner With Harding
Asked at it the significance of EHhu
P.cot's vU5t t--> Senator Harding on
December 10, Mr. Oaugherty said:
"There is no special significance In
it fyyator Harding -'aid he was going
to *0!? With aii those who could give ,
Jim information on international;
?Jaira. Judge Charles K. Hughes, ex- j
President Taft, Senator Lodge, Nich?
olas Murro;? Butler and Senator .lames
A. Reed, of Mis; iuri, have 'dich asked
to talk things over with Senator Hard?
ing. They will come one at a tinre.
Referring to Point Isabel, where
Senator Harding and his party were
resting, Mr. D; uj herty said:
"There isn't much of anything there
tat Band an<i water, and an uncomfort- j
?bie number of mosquitoes. There was
Bo place to bat! e but in the Gu.f.
When the bad eather came <>ri it was
most uncomfortable. Y\'c all caught
more or les: but probably by this j
time the discomforts have been for
When questioned yesterday concern?
ing his Bttitudi toward the traction
?:t;:at:on Judge Miller said: i
'r'rom all that i have learned, the
situation could not be any worse than
it is I ?:n sei king all poss.ble light
on the subject.''
Not Sure of Increased Fare
When the suggestion was offered
that Republican organization leaders!
In this city v.ere against an increased ;
fare, feai rig pa ? -.?. ? sequences in
the Mayoralty election. Judge Miller'
said he waj not CO! l*ced that an in- j
creased fure would pro e to be a solu?
tion uf the roblem. When the re-I
marks of es in support '?
of direct prim i u - \- i balled to :
Judge Miilei ? said that ;
*nile he had ? ; read ex-Judgo [
?iughes'8 speei I heard about
"Every one know? where 1 Ftand on
'..le subject, a i made my position
dear during paign," said he.
Judge M Her said he would not be .-ur
prised if the Legislature ordered an j
investigation of the city administra?
tion, although ho knew of no plans for :
such action. Among his callera yes-I
terday were George A. Glynn, chair
man of the state committee; Franklin !
B. Lord, Assemblyman H. E. Muchold,
Senator Herr- u. Sage, ex-Senator]
Elon R. Brown, St nat : elect Theodore ]
Douglas Robmsi n and Charles Steckler.
German Royalty Named
In l?i? Tax Scandal
Fortunes of Wealthy, Including
Ex-Crown Prince, Reported
Transferred to Holland
Sp?oi<iI Cabla to The Tribune
Copyright, 1920, New York Tribune Tnc.
BERLIN, Nov 19.?Vorwalerts says
w?t the operations of Crasser &? Co.
? transferring moneys belonging to
wealthy princes and financiers to Hol?
end, to escape taxation, have amount
id to severa! hundred million marks.
Political nnd financial cir.-!rs are dis?
turbed over the discovery of the opera
?lnns and the seizure of tho ilrm'a
Crusser has escaped from Berlin.
?Wording to Vorwaerta, the firm's
orations began with ?he transfer of
te fortuna belonging to ex-Crown
nin? William. Ther?attcr Crasser
Jjtl?t?ned close business relations
'w the ex-crown prim-ess, the news
says. It adds that he extended
? connections tu other members of
i'^cely ram i lies and the nob il i tv,
wng introduced to them by Von Tust,
??rmerlv the ex-crown prince's adju?
st, w-h-, died some time ago. Vor?
aus ?ays that Crussei used his
P ?its to buy a larse interest in a pri
'?? banking house in Berlin.
The Zeitung am Mittng asserts that
J* transfers were mad ? not only for
?? royal house and the nobility, but
J?f one of the best known military
'??der* as well. Apparently .the ref- ?
???ce is to Ludendorff.
Herman Mueller, former Chancellor,
," fiven notice that he will make an
jj'l<n>ellation on the subject in the
f'*j?'i?Ug. Die Freiheil ?ays that the
?^Pendents will participate in tho
'?eichaUg debate on the scandal.
lndianapoliH Bread Price Cut
JNDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 19.?A drop of
?fhCtnia 'n the price of a Pound 'ouf
. |**J> and three cents In a one-and
?*-htlf pound loaf effeetiva November
j( B"e w?s announced to-day by Stun
't "yekeff. former fair price com
'""??lone? for Indiana^
t.?r!*P",<n? chin?. en, a? ware furniture,
t'Ja n*Um- vane?. tlppliiK- bllll?rd cups:
'h^^'?". Kulibrr and Leather Cement? are
^Sakl,AJ H" '?"Alen,,
^???i?d IS;?. Mttj<>r MfE. Co.. V. ?. C.
i ?T~*^" - ___
|js? ?J * ?Miianomrmeiit? ander the h*ad
t'^Si?-. u*Sne*' C?rrt?" appear dally In
TO?*** Conaolt that? far your n??d?.
Coolidge Aids Amherst Drive
Alumni Formulate Plans for
the Raising 0f 83,000,000
AMHERST. Maas., Nov. 19. ? Vite
President-elcct Coolidge Joined with
alumni from all parts of tho country
who gathered in this city to-day to
formulate plans for the raising of $3,
000,000 to be added to the Amherst
College endowment fund ?s a centen?
nial gift from the alumni and under?
graduates. Governor Coolidge will
address the alumni in college hall to
, morrow night.
At to-day's meetings the alumni dwelt
upon the need of increasing the salaries
of Amherst professors, remodelling and
? repairing college buildings and in
? creasing the amount available for stu
dent activities. It was announced that
the undergraduates already had pledged
$17,000 toward th? gift and expected to
increase this to $50,000.
Miller's Home Rule
Address Is Tip to
Hylan, Say Leaders
Governor-Elect's Speech to
State Commerce Chamber
Pleases Political Chiefs;
Need "Talent," They Say
Favorable comment was made yester
day by political leaders on the speech
of Governor-elect Miller at the dinner
of the Chamberv of Commerce of the
State of New York, held at the Waldorf
The Governor-elect bemoaned the
fact that men of talent were seeking
business rather than political activi?
ties, and told the Chamber of Com?
merce men that he intended to call on
their -type for "patriotic, unselfish
service." He also said that he believed
in the maximum of home rule for cities,
und added that this oower should not
be misused by those who held It, but
used in the public interest. Many re?
garded this as a reminder to Mayor
Hylan and his Tammany associates.
Srniuel S. Koenig, chairman of the
N'ew York County Committee, said that
Governor-elect Miller's speech would
be helpful in many ways.
"Judge Miller's observations" on
home rule for cifies were inspiring,"
said Chairman Koenig. "Those in?
trusted with manag'ng the affairs of
municipalities should take a broad
view of the questions confronting
them and discharge the duties with
wl ich they are charged with a view
solely to the public interest.
'"Party leaders will appreciate the
Governor-elect's remarks on the head
of men of talent ent?rine; public life.
That is a problem we have been wrest?
ling with for years, and we have
nade some headway in getting?to use
Judge Miller's language--men of tal?
ent to tiike an active interest in poli?
tics. And ? believe that his state?
ment on tni.s score will make our task
Joseph Steinberg, the ranking mem
ber of Assembly from New York City,
a'so commented favorably on Judge
"The s) eech of Governor^elect Mil
'er," s;<k! Assemblyman Steinberg,
"ought to make certnin officials in this
city sit up and take notice. There was
nothing ambiguous about it. He pro?
claimed his firm belief in the principle
of home rule for cities, and at the
same time sounded a warning that
?hose charged with managing muni?
cipal affair:) should not take advantage
of the broad grant of power whith the
home rulo act confers on them to mud
:'U municipal affairs.
"Within six weeks Judge Miller vil}
?>e tho Governor.of ?he state. As such
ho will have broad powers, which will
be enhanced by the cooperation which
}:e is certain "to receive, Btid entitled
to receive, from the Legislature. It
behooves some of our New York City
f.ihcials to take due warning and to
begin now to discharge their sworn
duties in the interests of the public,
and not in the interests of a clique,
who have not the public interest at
When Judge Miller was asked If his
speech on Thursdny night at the
Chamber of Commerce dinner could be
interpreted as a threat that he might
make removals in this city for mal?
administration, he said that he spoke
in general terms, and that nothing in
his remarks had any personal applica?
New York Soldiers Lost Votes
? ALBANY, Nov. ?9.?New York State
soldiers now in Germany did not vote
in the general elections of November
?', it was ann> unced at the office of the
Secretary of State to-day, for the rea
ron that the ballets mailed from here
did not reach Germany in time.
A. M. Los?.
!":8P?14!? Watt st.: A. Tutrlise. ..Unknown
12:86?311 to 317 \V. 117th Bt.; Mutt
Dwyer Storage Waro
0:00?1044 Tromont ave., the Bronx;
9:45?3915 Broadway; Charles Fried?
man . Unknown
10:20?817 W. 39th st.; 8alena Ben?
11:05?981 Park ave.; Mra Harry
11:20?283 W. 142d Bt. ; Alfred
11?:80?32 Spring; sL ; Joseph
12:50?849 W. 6:d st.; Catherine
1:30?107 John at.; McManu? Broth?
1:40?760 C'aMwrll avo., the Bronx;
2:45?1853 Morris avo., tho Bronx;
4:10?2129 Third ave ; Sam Tanne
4:30?8260 Crotona ave., tho Bronx;
Charles Lelnbach .Unknown
6:16?33 H. 67th ut.; IIu?rh Atehe
6:06?151 Bielgo st.; Harvey Mano
wl'. z .Unknown
t :20?45 f-rosby ?t.; United Shoelace
7:30?632 Tenth ave.; Fred Hol?
ten .Unknown i
7:50?T8 Qrand ?t., Cooney ft Dunn.
8:30?128 E. 18Mh st., unknown.Unknown ,
8:40?103 Maiden lane, Gang *
Bloom .Unknown '
8:45?Broadway and Mosholu ?v.,
the BriHi?, O. J. Oude Co... Trifling
8:46?253 H 14th et.. Dr. Schitzer.
8:46?OSth at. and Centrai Park
Park . West. Empire City
9:06?163 W. ?9th st.. Brund ft
Steiger .Unknown i
jl-40?1265 WashlnRton av.. the
Bronx. Robert Knap.Trifling:
8:46?139th sU and Willi? av., th?
Bronx. "L" 'structure.None
Th? "Food* Drink" for All Ages.
Quick Lunch at Home, Office, mad
Fountains. Ask for HORIJCJCS.
Real Estate News
To Holdings in
West 57th St.
Robert E. Simon Takes Over
Another Building, but
Will Not Get Possession
of It for Three Years
Robert E. Simon, who recently bought
three buildings in Fifty-seventh Street
between Sixth and Seventh avenues,
has added to his holdings there hy the
purchase of 62 West Fifty-seventh
Street, a five-story business building,
25x100. Pease & Elliman were the
brokers. An unusual contract has three
years to run. The owner will retain
title until that time, when possession
can be obtained.
Old Nineteenth Street Holding Sold
William H. Whiting & Co. sold for
the Fullmer-Smith Realty Company
219 and 221 West Nineteenth Street, a
plot 60x98 10, together with tho prem?
ises abutting in the rear, at 210 West
Twentieth Street, covering 25x84.7.
This is the first sale of the plot, since
Church Street Building Sold
| Donald Harper and another sold to
Hattie Flammenbaum tho three-and-a
I half-story building 330 Church?Street,
Sale in East Fifty-seventh Street
I John Wolfe sold to Lillias Allgrunn
i tho three-story building at 334 East
Fifty-seventh Street, 25x65.5.
98 Building Lots at Qason
Point Sold at Auction
Bryan L. Kennelly, at the Vesey
Street Salesroom, yesterday sold at
auction for the estate of the late Fred
eriok A. Hemmer ninety-eight building
and bungalow sites at Claaon Point,
The lots sold for an average of
about $120 each, ranging from
$75 to $1,200 each; the largest price
was for lots fronting on Pugsley's
Creek. The buyers were Margaret
Ilonlamon, George E. Tuthill, John A.
Fisher, John H. Phillips, Frederick
Unharhant, Mrs. James Irwin, F.
George Wieman, Mrs. J. B. Gordon,
Ed Hehre, Thomas J. Reilly, George E.
Crew, F. E. Schwarz, Edward Wilson,
J. H. Kelly and David Porour.
To Alter Dutch Street Factory
Into an Office Building
Plans have been filed with the Man?
hattan Bureau of Buildings for mak?
ing over the six-story factory build?
ing at 8 and 10 Dutch Street into an
.iflice building for the Travelers Insur?
ance Cojiipany, of Hartford, Conn., as
nvner. M. J. Hackett is the architect
and has estimated its cost at $100,000.
Brokers in Recent Sales
Charles M. Noble negotiated the re?
cently reported sale for Herman Schier?
loh of the four-story store and tene?
ment 631 Eleventh Avenue.
Samuel Cowen negotiated the recent
resale of 21G and 218 West 116th Street,
two five-story stores and apartments.
John T. Wall was the broker in the
sale for William D, Kilpatrick of the
:ive-story tenement 141 West Eighti?
Buying Homes in the Bronx
Fred Oppenheimer sold for the Real
Estate Holding Corporation the two
family dwelling, 20.9x91, 991 Forest
Avenue, to Isaac Zipper.
Patrick O'Connor sold to Anthony
Berzola the two-story dwelling on the
west side of Clinton Avenue, 25 feet
north of 178th Street, 21x100.
Julius C. Kurzman sold to Alexander
A. J. Steinmetz the three-story dwell?
ing 337 Concord Avenue, 16.8x100.
East Side Tenements Sold
Max Stern sold to Fannie Klein the
four-story flat, 113 East 108th Street,
Albert Weiss sold to the Schendler
Realty Company the five-story tene?
ment," 1606 First Avenue, 25xS4.
David W. Keen sold to Louis Koss
24 Stanton Street, a three-story tene?
ment, 20.3x6l.2x irregular.
Sells Homes in Montclair
The Frank Hughes Taylor Company
sold for Julius Ferrand to Howard O. ?
Cowing the colonial residence 117.
Edgemont Road, Montclair, N. J., 60x !
125, with garage, held at $17,500, and .
for Berger Melin to John L. Pettit 29;
Frederick Street, 60x200, held at j
Baptist Mission Sells House
J, Clarence Davies sold for the ?
American Baptist Homo Mission So
ciety to Hudson P. Rose Company 687 !
East 132d Street, 165 feet east of Cy- j
press Avenue, a two-story dwelling, j
Bronx Maternity Hospital Buys
The Bronx Maternity Hospital
bought from Benjamin Rechson the
two-story dwelling 165 East 165th
? ?--? ". .
Other Sales at Auction
By Joseph P. Day
EI.WOOD ST, e ?. 100 n Nasla av?, lOOx
100 vacant; Dorothy M Gray act Spen?
cer'Waters et ?J; due, $4,399.32; to Wm
C Doater tor.$5,61:5
SECOND AVE, ? vr cor 127tn at. 89.1x230,
vacant; Ueo E Warren et al agt Seron.1
Ave Kll Co et a!; adjourned to Dec 17.
By Bamuol Goldstlckor
133D ST, 200 W, a a, 1P0 e Sth ave, 16.Sx
99.11, 3-sty dwlg-; John C Itoblnatm agt
Irene S Quirk et al; due. $7,462.34; taxes,
etc 178.20: to the Donald Holding Co
Dy Charle? A. Berrl;?.n
FEATHE1?BED LANE, ? w cor Macombs
rd, 126.2x58.11x114.6x82.1, vacant, Bond
& Mortgage Guarantee Co agt Fannlo
Dlumenthal et al; due $8.4?5; taxes,
etc $417; to tho plaintiff for. . . .?$8,000
The New York
For the Blind
111 EAST 59th STREET
Tab!? runners and cover?
Luncheon ?eta of linen or raffia
Beautiful designs and colorings
640 Lots in Long Inland
City Will Be Sold To-day
Realty in the Thomson Hill
Section. Near Subway, To Be
Offered at Auction
Joseph P. Day will sell to-day 640
lots In Long Island City, directly op
nasite the Forty-second Street to
Fifty-ninth Street section of Manhat?
tan, ,and adjacent to Queens Boule?
vard, in Thomson Hill, with front?
ages in Lowery, Bragaw, Buckley, H?lst
and Van Pelt streets; Greenpoint Ave?
nue and adjoining thoroughfares.
The sale will be held by order of the
Central Union Trust Company, trus?
tee, and others in the Pastime Tennis
Club building on Qimens Boulevard, at
the Bliss Street station, at 1:30 p. m.
Pittsburgh Man Acquires
Large Estate in IVcwtown
The Pavson McL. Merrill Company
sold for Mrs. Emma S. Smith her prop?
erty at Newtown, Conp., containing'
forty acres, with a remodelled fnrm
rouse, consisting ,of fourteen rooms
and three baths; a large unfinished
stone bungalow, and numerous out?
buildings. The propcr'y has a frontage
of 1,000 feet on tho state read between
Bridgeport and Danbury nnd of about
1.500 feet on Taunton Lake. The pur
cnaser, Lee Woodsworth, of Pittsburgh,
was represented by the J. II. Connell
Agency, of Danbury.
Buys New Kochelle Homesitc
The Robert E. Farley Organization
sold for Louis Fine a plot at New Ro?
chelle to J. A. Cavanaugh, of this city
District Attorney Swann
B?ys Another Dwelling
Invests in House in West 11th
Street; Sales in Harlem
and on the Heights
District Attorney Edw?rd Swann
bought the three-story dwelling 142
West Eleventh Street, 22.6x108.9, from
William R. Wilcox, as receiver for
William J. Farrcll and others, whose
sale of tho premises through Pepe &
Brother was recently reported.
Pease and Elliman sold for Mrs.
Christina J. Higley to Miss Sarah C.
McSweency the three-story dwelling
279 West Fourth Street:
Mildred Avidah sold to Bessie N.
Fierman the two-story building 147
West Fifty-fourth Street, 25x100.5.
Courtney Hyde bought from Henry
V. Holcomb the four-storv dwelling 147
East Thirty-eighth Street, 16x94.
The Cusack Companv sold to a
?"lient the four-story dwelling 253 West
Seventy-third Street, 18x102.2, to?
gether with the furnishings.
Everrett M. Seixas Company sold for
the Swift Realty Company the dwell?
ing 1610 Lexington Avenue, 16.7x75.
Bruno Zurzolo sold to Rosa Coretti
the three-story dwelling 168 East 111th
t The Hudson P. Rose Company pur
chased from the Montgomery 'estate
and resold through Shaw & Co. to the
tenant, Mary Davis, 2156 Fifth Ave?
nue, a four-story dwelling, 17x50x75.
Adelaide Wilson sold to Abraham
Weinroth the three-story dwelling 215
West 126th Street, 16.10x99.11.
John H. Pierce and J. A. .Teckett sold
for Mrs. Frances A. Ward the two
three-story dwellings 40 and 42 West
132d Street, 15x100 each.
Patrick J. Sullivan sold to Allen R.
Cooper the three-story dwelling 316
West 1.30th Street. 18x99.11.
Rehr-cca N. White sold to Louise
Lewis the thi.e-story dwelling 611
West 145th Street, 1410x100.
Printers and Engravers to Build
In Long Island City
William D. Bloodgood & Co.. Inc.,
sold for the receivers of the Bradley
-Contracting Company to the Quadri
Color Company the block front In Long
Island City bounded by South Jane
and Sunswlck streets and Van Alst
Avenue, containing 104,886 square feet,
approximately 283 feet frontage on
South Jane Street, 414 feet on Suns
wick Street and 352 feet on Van Alst
Avenue, for improvement with a build- j
ing for the buyer's occupancy.
Milligan Place and Neighboring
Building Sold to Investor
The Land Map Realty Company con- '
veyed to Jane Keenan its holdings on
Sixth Avenue, Tenth and Eleventh
streets, subject to a mortgage^ for
$105,000. The properties include 141
149 Sixth Avenue, and 1 to 4 Milligan
Piace, nine buildings and dwellings;
also 113 West Tenth Street and 1 to
9 and 2 to 10 Patchin Place, eleven?;
House at Hartsdale Sold
J. Clarence Davies sold for Mrs.
Mary J. Curtis to Edward Holloway,
a dwelling, 44x150, on Lawton Street,
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES
FIVK-RTORY BVSEMENT AND SUB- |
basenif-nt building. 121 Mercer Street, for ?
rent. Suitable for storage. Electric ?leva- I
tor. sidewalk hoist. No manufacturing. '
$7,GOO. 17,500 nquare feet. Three years' !
lea.ve. Write D. R. S., Room 2503. 110 j
West 4 0th at.
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WANTED?Suburban horn* In Westchester; !
3 years at $100 monthly rent. Harvey :
Deschere, 405 Lexington Av., New York.
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HARTLEY WITHERS, Editor of
The London Economist, will
make it possible for Tribune
readers to readily follow the tangled
maze of British and European finance
through a Monday morning cable that
will be a3 illuminating as it is exclusive.
Mr. Withers, who was an official of the
British Treasury dur?
ing the war, has con?
tacts which lead to
virtually every impor?
tant source of infor?
mation in London. He
has the rare gift of be?
ing able to direct the
searchlight of clarity
on the most confusing
situations. He is a scholar with a
punch and his capacity for fluent 'ex?
pression and his unique grasp of funda?
mental conditions have won for him
the reputation of being the ablest and
most distinguished financial writer in
As special correspondent for The
Tribune he will interpret in a weekly
cable for American readers the most
significant developments of the week
in British and Continental finance and
industry. He will select those events
which are of direct concern to men and
women in this country and will explain
their meaning in terms that are readily
Those who desire to follow the efforts
of the Old World to
recover from the
Druises of the war will
find in Mr. Withers*
cables to The Tribune
Because of his famil?
iarity with American
conditions, because of
his ability to write on technical sub?
jects with all the human interest of a
dramatist, because of the authority
with which he speaks on foreign
economic affairs, Mr. Withers was in?
vited by The Tribune to prepare thete
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REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
is the DAY
Go to Long Island City, and
640 New York City Lots
TO BE SOLD SEPARATELY AT
Absolute Auction Sale
At 1:30 P. M. in Pastime Tennis Club Building at
Bliss St. Station, Queens Boulevard, Long Island City
How to Get There
14 minutes ride (5c fare) via the
Queensboro Subway, (Corona Line)
from Grand Central Station (42d
St.) to Bliss St. Station, on Queens
Boulevard and Thomson Hill.
8 minutes ride from 57th St. via 2d
Or take B. R. T. Subway (Broadway
Line) to Queensboro Bridge Plazrt and
change to Interboro Corona Line (Tem?
porary arrangement) to Bliss St.
70% On Mortgage
w Auctioneer /
Savins? Bank Book?, em proper assign- 67 Liberty St.
ment, and Liberty Bonds, at market ?-,, ~ ,, _. - . .
??,?? _..,. fc? ??_... ?_ ? ? ? Phone Cortlandr 744
value, will be accepted aa deposits.
TITLE GUARANTEE & TRUST CO. POLICIES FREE
REAL ESTATE?SALE OR RENT
FOR BALE?T-ROOM HOUSE; MODERN;
?13,000. SMITH. I9'J!) Anthony ave.
UPPER part two-family; 8 rooms, batli.
heat; rent $100. Shore Road 1961.
DON'T pay an excessive rental when you
can buy this distinctive home In Garden
City for $2,500 cash, with carrying: charges
SI00 monthly; seven sunny room? la
fireplace, hot water heat; plot 100x100,
beautifully planted; six minutes' walk from
station. H. C. McNulty. 1 West 34tli St.
MONT C L A IR . N. J.
Houses for Sale?$7.000 to $75.000
Houses for rent?furnished and unfurnished
Montclalr. N. J?Phone 4040-4041.
ENGLBWOOD and Vlctnltv?Real estate.
H. WEATHERBY & CO., Englewood. N. J.
WILL, LEASTS to oil company 100 acres of
land for drilling In I.atlmer County,
Oklahoma. Good prospects of finding oil.
S. C. SHERRY
Englewood. N. J.. Box 477.
FOR RENT?1500 for season; fine horn?;
21 acres; hunting and fishing the best;
fully equipped boats, etc.: cllmato Ideal
Mrs. B. Sweetland, Astor, Fla.
APARTMENTS TO LET?FURNISHED
BEAUTIFULLY furnished housekeeping;
3 rooms; shower bath; parquet floors;
references. Academy 4333.
LARGE and beautifully furnished living
room, bqdroorn. kitchen. &o. ; costlv fur?
niture, rugs, paintings, baby grand piano
Vlctrola, &o. ; Riverside Drive, .?ear &Cth
_ ; sublet $350 monthly, consider selling
furnishings; only responsible party. Phone
Riverside 3007, beforo noon.
SUITES of 8 room? snd bath, with meals
for 2 persons, $00 weekly; table unsur?
passed; beautiful location. Kew Gardens
inn. Long Island. Tel. Richmond Hill 3892
76TH ST., 162 W.?Private house, large,
or small room, with private bath, fur?
nished or unfurnished.
86TH ST., 50 EAST?Suite of two rooms,
two bedrooms, or as living room and bed?
room, bath, kitchen privileges in apart?
ment occupied by family of two; an u:i
uKual opportunity; strict references. Mrs.
APARTMENTS TO LET?UNFURNISHED
PETER STUYVESANT, 98fh Street and
Riverside Drive?Six rooms and two
baths. Harris, Vought & Co., 6 E. 4Cth st.
SUPREME COURT OF THE 8TATE OP
ISADORE ESSENFELD and SAMUEL
LERNER, Co-partners, trading under
tho firm name and stylo of Essenfeld
' ? Lerner, Plaintiffs, against EMU, HU
BER, uo-ng business under the firm
name and style of E. Huber 4 Co.,
Defendant. Trial desired In New York
To the above named Defendant:
You ara hereby summoned to answer the
complaint In this action, and to serve a
copy of your answer on the Plaintiffs' At
toinov within twenty days after the service
of t> l? summons, exclusive of the day of
service, and In case of your failure to ap?
pear, or an wer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for tha relief de?
manded In the complaint.
Dated September 17. 1920.
Plaintiffs' Attorney. Off.ce- and
Post Offlce Address: 258 Broad?
way. Borouirh of Manhattan.
SUPREME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY
ISADORE ES8ENFELD and ham; EL
LERNER, Co-partners, trading under
the firm name and style of Essenfel 1 &
Lerner, Plaintiffs, against EM1L HU?
BER, doing business under the firm
I name and style of E. Huber & Co.,
?To the above named Defendant:
The foregoing summons Is served upon
you by publication, pursuant to an order of
| Mr. Justice George V Mullan, one of the
| Justices of the Supreme Court of the S'.a.e
i of New York, dated the 22d day of OctObuf,
1920, and filed with the complaint In tne
office of the Clerk of this Court, at the
County Co art House, In the Borough of
Manhattan, City of New York, State of |
Dated New York, October 22d, 1920.
A.torney (tor Plaintiffs, Office
& P. O. Address: 258 Broadway,
Borough of Manhattan, Now
! York City.
SUPREME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY
MARTHA O'CONNEI.L, Plain- iff. against*
FRANK O'CONNELL. .Summons; Ac?
tion for Annulment of Marriage.
To the above named Defendant :
Your are hereby Summoned to answer ths ;
complaint In this action, and to aerve a !
copy of your answer on the Plaintiff's At
torney within twenty day? after the service of
this aummons, exclusive of the day of service;
an<l In case of your failure to appear, or
answer, judgment by default will be taken
apainst you for the relief demanded In the
Dated. October 11th. 1920.
MAURICE BRANDT, Plaintiff? Attor?
ney. Office and Post Office Address:
No. 110 West 40th Street, Borough
of Manhattan. C'.ty of New York
To FRANK O'CONNELL. Defendant:
The foregoing Sunrnons 1? served upon you
by publication pursuant to an order of Hon
GEORGE V. MULLAN, one of the Justice?
of the Supreme Court of the State of New
York, dated the 18th day of October 1920,
and filed In the offlce of the Cleric of the
County of New York, together with the
complaint on eaid day.
Dated. New York. October list. 1??0.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
11? vV.?t 4?th Street.
Hew Yet* CU*.
MANHATTAN RE.1L ESTATE
Horace S. Ely & Co,
21 Liberty Street
OEEEN9 BEAI ESTATE
Great House Bargain
I will sarrlfi'-e beautiful house and rar
ase, large pi it, ??: . b ; evard, near sta?
tion; half hour Manhattan; steam heat,
electricity, parquetry, artistic > i -*
fine surroundings; tile bath. tl!e kitchen
fii place. Small cash payments; (60.00
Phone Owner, Hol'is 651 ?>
LONG ISLAND KEAL ESTATE
Beautiful h use, having S large -
bal h, li und r> and pantr: a Improve
: ? ' gas and elect
so ?? ns .' ? ? ?? age I. nice
la wn, shru! bi rv, bpi uce u nd p i
Price Ml,000. On terms to suit. Box 114,
l": eeport, !.. I.
WESTCHESTER COVNTV REAL ESTAT*
2H MiMTIS llimi N. V. ? ITY.
13?MVST BE SEEN TO Bl \PPKK
CIATEO. S ro rns, :: bat is, d< rn and
up-to-date in every r :3] ec '. U ecr?
14?LAWRENCE PARK. Charming
Dutch Colonial, S rooms, 3 bath?, perfe
workmanship throughout; garage;
15?NEAR HOTEL GRAMATAN. <> rn ime,
'? i ., - ' s buill n ?
I??SI? IXOl COl'NTRY CLCB. B au
tnul h with Impr ive
,i re : buill
11?COLONIA I STCCCO, 9 i - S
bal hs, : ' thcr Improvi
: ? . ?? . plot
1H?BEAM M I I. DM (It COLONIAL, ?
4?NEW HOME AT 1 ESS THAN COST.
and up '
move into. SI'
J?ENGLISH INGLENOOK COTTAGE
1?FINE COLONIAL, 3 r
heat ; all m
Improvi ments; 2 a ga .. plot ?
j . o
2?OWNER GOING WEST.
(Ice. i rooms, 2 ba. lis, a Im prove.
?? 'nts ?
8?ITALIAN VILLA, * roo>
built with thi e one
? ? '
8?12 BuOMS. 3 BATHS, billiard room,
breakfast poi -
moi i Park I tion %4
imE STOoiE, inc.
Tel. 1460, Brcnxv.l.e, H. Y.
"ALONG I II P. SOI M)
KE.AI. ES! Mi;.
Chas. Ficid Griffen & Co.
II EAST 421> ST. Ml IIRA? HILL M4L
NEW JERSE1 REAL ESTAT?
EAST ORANGE g??
Six-room home, every convenience, ? 106
.- -h St?
East Orange. N, J.
Shading Jersey ?-'ilf^Orifift
^Specialists in I <b-^?i?p
Feist & Fei st SPe&S???^
FLORIUA BEAI. ESTAT*
r %R El.A NI? IIH .111.A M?*;
Commercial ora:,i<? and grapefruit r '. ? *
f..' io or mon
which will yield large retur?TS ? -
tal employpfl ; attractive homi -
counti y < lub , p
lai es . bath ng, t hl .... goll Ing
motoring. Write :
So. 14. Vv . F. Hallan & ?
ijiiildiiiR. New York
CNFIRNISIIED APARTMENTS TO LET
812 Riverside Orive
NEAR 15 ST H STRBaTT
Large Rooms. I inrst < on.-truction,
Representative- on premises.
3807 BROADWAY n9*\st
CHANGE OF NAME
Copy of resolution? unanimously adopted
at a meeting of the stockholders of Mag
navox Products. Inc., h.-ld at tha office cf
the Company, 1270 Broadway, New York
N Y.. November 16th, IM0: "RESOLVED
That the r ime of tb li n ,be
chanceo from ita present n*iou singnavox
te J i ' Morris I \l. lnc
and FURTHER RESOLVE? U)
be and the}
hereby are aui
??gn. \>.!?f> -..'l-ale
required by statu'- sunn
as required by law. aril : * do all acta an-'
things necessary or ;>???: ply with
the provisions of th.r l^.v app leal le to and
regulating the chango of name uf a do
H. H. WHITING. SeoittiM*
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