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Pacific
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principal finf* in?
t?r?t of 'a long
term first rnort
raff e r a i 11 o n rl
l^na which we
offer at a pnce
to yield over
7.00-4
/tsi for
Circular RS.
?bertC. Mayar & Co.
invc? ment -3ank?r?
Equitable Bldg.
New York
Tel. R'etor 8770
BANK STATEMENTS
\ OF Till'
T COMPANY
>n the 15th day
LfiTILE TRUST COMPANY
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(J Tonnage Supply Good
?wist r. ports on the shlppin?
? state thai there is a fair of
?- wnnage an?! that conditions
In.? , ' ! "? " T*- Cargo
lp?n m light. Grain shipments
n?*.4l, K,nK(il,n- have been
*jr this fall. The coast ctaar
4; ?*> ma largely confined to
vti -*1 il grain.
DYERS' WANTS
Brings to buyers
?**?? line
i Hint
S timen
S tunes
VERS
sL??w? f?oo'1s ??"v? ?"?> hand fot
??y r.nw watch caps, r B
t A. ?Iery? blan
I*?.'*'1* ???"?'?, S48 Canal?., telephone
Sl??trlmh???? ari1 ?"'""": ??"Un?
?*> 4,- br?wnJ '""?-^liate delivery
T-JL! ? . 56 West 2?,i at.
[??V un2?,,alM an'* velveteen?, to
N??r ;-"r T,,rk?< Price, rail al
N-4.V' "? '? ?ay.
?l'VKRS' WANTS
?.??"tTiP1"1' ? M-alMnaon"? puusvwil
?. i?A3L*t .". 5" ?*'??? I'M- Cohen J
,,(-* ?.; MaWo'n S
son fSrj. fl"8 4.
Believes Collapse
Of Interest Kates
Would Be Menace
A collapse of interest: rates which
would encourage the permanent main?
tenance of the f-reat body of bank
loans now outstanding is undesirable
foi* many reasons, according; to George
E. Roberts, rice-president of the Na?
tional City Hank, who discusses the
future of interest rates nt some length
in the Acceptance Bulletin of the
American Acceptance Council.
"The policy of the Federal Reserve
authorities," the banker declares,
"may be expected to adhere persist?
ently to the purpose of deflating the
reserve banks and bringing their con?
dition down to what it would be in
view of theif responsibilities as the
custodians of the final reserves of the
country. That would mean with re
Serves fluctuating normally around 75
per cent. The rates probably will ho
reduced before that position is reached,
but the Reserve banks are likely to fol?
low the member banks in reductions
rather than lead them. They will want
the member banks to get on their own ;
footing.
"As liquidation proceeds the hanks
which are not redisCounting, of whom
there are many, will be first to compete'
for open market business, ami as rates
deel ne the houses which have been
accustomed to find supplies lit the gen?
eral market will resort to it and pay
down their borrowings with their own
hanks, which will stimulate the latter
ti gel out of the Reserve banks, thus
lowering the whole volume of bank
lor ii:.
"At this point we shall see the final
effects of the policy of lowering the
reserve requirements. Un?
doubtedly we are going to run with
lower reserves than in the years lie?
fere the war. The law ha** been
changed to permit it. and we have be?
come accustomed to re y upon the Re
si rve banks. But the effect is
to he to give us low interest rat< 1? ????
before completo deflation, by the
standard of former normal conditions,
: ; ' ached. Of a total inci i a
li - of $10,250,265,747 in the indi- ?
banks from June 30, 1917, to
Juni 80, 1920. only ?:> 777 083 000 was
pi " led on to the Reserve banks, and if ;
f '? ey were all paid off I e maji
the inflation would remain, ?<;:<?
the i >ity of i . ; to the I
banks or would
brkig the local banks under ';
flu nee of its rate-making authority.
An inflation of ere it, cai ; a-: with
a , ?on 0| prjC( . .... \ v ages, is
to en a , more
cui i ncy, ai ?1 currency can be had only
from '.; ? R? ervi bai That seems
t., he ? e one grip which 1 ' Re
aui horit ies have on ' I <> gem : al credil
? atioi It i ? 'Oi nfluei ce that
-.' . ; t< d to maintain the pressure for
...,.,.. ent a
a | i f interest ra I ? -a for it
. : that the aut
will endeavor to rates, rather
than have them fall unduly low.
-*-.
Paris ?Money Market Heavy
PARIS, N'ov 25. Pri
on th.? r c? ni
?, ?. . a ? 80 centin Flx
1(5 cen
k i per cent loan, 85 franc 0
in s, '! e do a a vas quoted at
n \(? cent i mes.
weekly stal lent of i he Rank
( r France shows the following
changi . .
' '? ?
hand . . Ta a
n himl ..)><
-,....;. n : I '? '
' I ? '
.Dei
la. a discount? ?!. Ii
a . J ?ec. 7 'a:
London Money Market
LONDON, Nov. : Bar ?lvei 17' ,??
pi , ounce; bar gold, 117s 7?!.
;.'.. j,..r cent. Discount rates Short
13-1G !'X per rent. Thr< ?'
months b Ils G I 1-16 per cent Gold
premium at Li ib?n, i 10.
-?.
London Oil Market
LONDON, Nov. 25. ? utta linseed,
?30; uns, cd i I, -las 6d : sp?. rm oil,
i I ; peti eum, X ned, 2
'?Via; spirits, 2a 4l,4d; I i enl n a
spirits. I ' k ; rosin, Ami i ican si raim d,
>;.; type "G", 40s; tallow, Australian,
Fire Record
A M. ' -
? ? , ? ? ? ipon av
C?1U1KI
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.
11 ? 4 0?1
nown .I
I' M
130 E 2d H Herman
r j0 22 i vv. 87th t.; Mai Bei
7 till a
Buyers Arrived
r-ilrrhllri Pervlce
BALTIMORE ?J. Qrlnefelder * 8nn?: J.
tjrlrtufeiiler ribbons, silks; Pennsylvania.
BlRM?NGH ATM, Ala.? Caheeh Uros.; .1.
Caneen, ladle?' ready to wear; 3 53 Fourth
A vertue,
BOSTON?M. ir.iTiiilt, dresse?, coats, ?ults,
furs: Pennsylvania.
I'.W'T'iV, Ohio y l.tnnrdos. general mer
rhan ij?e ; Aberdeen.
?M*-.: 'IWA?I- H. lllni-m, pleee rood?;
i ? ? |in
CHlCAOO?Sear?, P.oehm-1?; * Co.; .T. O.
Hall r., hosiery; lir, KIP h Avenue.
CLIFTON FORGE, Va.?!.. Lavln, dry
i Is men's furnishing;?; Grand.
P.M.LAS'. Texas?W. A. Green Co.; E. L.
Pollock, Imlles" ready to wear; 1 Bast
Thirty-third Street
DAYTON, (?lilo--.1. Leakaa, furs; Preslln.
DAYTON, Ohio?nike-Kurhlef Co.) Mrs.
M. A. K. Heller, art goods, pictures; 2:5 ?
Fifth Avenue,
DETROIT?CrOwley, Mllner ?? Co.; C. H.
Gnlnslrv, boys' clothing; Alfred Fant!,
110 West Thirty-second Street
Dl'LUTIl I'. A. Patrick Co.; W. Mae
Mullen, men's furnishings; 200 Fifth
A venue, room 51 4.
GREENVILLE, P. C,?L. T. Patson, wom
en<? ready to wear; Aberdeen.
JACKSON, Mlfta.- Dewnlng-Locke Co.; A.
.1 Locke, notions; Brestiri.
LANCASTER, Pa?C. GrofT, clothing; I
Gran i
LOS ANflEI.Kfl-Cltrln's; Mr. ritrln, Mrs.
Harvey, ladies' ready to wear; 317,0 j
) ?roadway.
LOS ANGELES? VtUe de Parts; O. A. ?
Mudgett, shoes; 170 Fifth Avenue.
LOS ANGELES? N. B. BlackBtone Co.;!
Mrs, .'. Godfrey, l.'idlcB' ready to wear;!
225 Fifth Avenue, roorii PL';..
MILWAUKEE ? A. Erledlander, yarns;;
Breslln.
NEW ORLEANS?Phushsn Pros.; ,T. Phu- j
sliHii, Murk satine petticoat? and bloom- j
em. ladles' handbags, beads ami neck?
laces, fn'i'.v cut f-inss. sparkling combs
and ornament? for ladleB; 396 Broadway.
OMAHA- J. I.. Brandies * Son?; M.
Kalian, silks; 1261 Broadway.
PARKBSBURO, Pa -K. Pechter, mfr. |
skirts; Peniisvlvanla.
PHILADELPHIA?L. R, Faggen. woolens,!
cotton piece goods; Pennsylvania.
PHILADELPHIA -Goldman Broa.; B.
lioldman, woolens; Pennsylvania.
PHILADELPHIA ?S. Stein, furniture;
Her ild Square.
PHILADELPHIA ? Cimbel Prnj.; Mr.
Scott, men's furnishings; Broadway and
Thli ty- second Street.
PHILADELPHIA -National Kid Klnthes
Co.; Allen L. Greetiberg. boys' clothing;
Pcnns> Ivunla.
PHILADELPHIA?Garment Pales Co.; Mr.
i,..?user, women's coats, skirts, waists
and underwear; Broadway central.
RE1DSVILLE, N. C.?Pettlgrew Co.; W.
Pettlgrew, Konrr.-il merchandise.
RBinSVILLB, N. C?H. Ware & Co.; H.
W:, ? ?? n< ; Ions, et?*.
RICH.M ?NO, Va.?H. Cils, fum'shlny
Pennsylvania.
j; 'HMOND Va. M Elsen, general mer
i h n?l i< ??*. Pennsylvania.
ROCHESTER- Gold's Store; L. Gold, silk
dresses; 366 Fifth Avenue, room 11?.
SAN' FRANCISCO?Golder (late Cloak and
ill Co.; K. Iberson, dresses; Pennsyl
v i n I a
SAN FRANCISCO?Pare Bros.; B. Bare,
. irp?'ts and furniture; Pennsylvania.
SPEAHFISH, P. i> M. D Edg?rton,
? a nd t hoes : Continental.
ST LOI IS Marquette Cloalt & Suit Co.;
Herbert Frank, spring suits; 1 ! 2 Fast
Mm lo? nth St reet.
ST. LOUIS Rosenthal-Sloan Millinery: M
?; Wiener, ornaments; 303 Fifth Avenue.
SI LOL7LS Sonnenteid; R Rosenthal, jobs
h cl spes; 16 West Tfclrty-sixth Street;
i ' ar Abel.
VICKSBl'RG, Mis?.?Ml?? T.. L. Herman,
shoes; Pennsylvania.
Co-operative (lotton Market
DALLAS, Tex., Nov. 25.- Organiza?
tion of a cooperative marketing system
i die the 1921 cotton crop in Texas
was begun at a meeting to-ilay of the
hoard of directors of the Texas Farm
R au Federation. The hoard author?
ized the appointment of a committee of!
twenty-one to assist, in initiating the
movemi n I.
APARTMENTS TO 1 K I ' -IN'f'l KNISHFD
Manhattan
S ROOMS AND RATHP?$86
'. on ; new ly decorated ;
living room "5 It long ; clolhi s closets
I 3x5 ! ? . i le\ tor apa i l m nt house,
hlonal In loi il i"*: In milli? naire
19 10 'Jf.tli ? ? , bel ?veen 5th and '
M ? n a\ es ' '? ! rat Ive apartment plan
?? ? ? tenants Apply i n pi em
Wllllam Crulkshank's Sens, so Lib?
ert: ' '
PETER PTUYVESANT, 58th Street and
Riverside Drive?Six rooms airl two
baths. Harris, Vought & Co., t? E, 46th at.
RIVERSIDE DRIV1 ? luper??r apart
ment, I wo i laboi ato i ooms, ?li esiMng !
room, kitchenette, i osets, bathroom; re
-?: ? 1 f i om $3,600 to Ja.400. '
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES |
UNTURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET
New Building
Ready for Occupancy
3-4-5 Rooms
199th St and Valentine Av.
Lexington ?nil .T?rotne Av. subway.
Cth and nth Av. I,.
Thru" blocks from Bedford Turk Station.
New Tori" (.'entrai and Bd Av. L.
Moderate Rental. Ascnt on premise?,
MANHATTAN REAL ESTATE
_ US B'war
WESTCIiESTEB CO! NTT REAL ESTAT?
pelham7n. y.
28 MTNTTES FROM WAV YORK CITY.
NO. 1?BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN RESI?
DENCE, 16 rooms and 3 baths, over 3
acres; very choice location; terms arranged
$60,000.
NO. 2?IDEAL WEST CHESTER COt'N
TRV DWELLING, 14 rooms, 8 baths, 4 open
fireplace?, elram lient; (tarare, 3 cars
$40,000.
No, s_A COZY HOME, plot 65x1 HB. 9
rooms, 3 baths, all the latest improve?
ments, ?Win heat, Make ?fter.
NO. 4?QUEEN ANIMO, of unusual dis
flnctioti, 14 rooms, ? baths, choice corner
plot; fine Beeilen; hlKli elevation. (42,600.
NO. 6?PICTURESQUE LOCATION, 10
rooms, 3 baths, Bleeping porch, .1 open lire,
places; 2-enr garage; fine garden, well
shaded; possession inv time. 14f>.00??.
NO. (1?IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY, S
rooms, bath, hoi water heat, park Section;
s minutes to Westchcster Ro?d. 110,0J0,
easy terms.
BURKE STONE,
PELHAM. N. Y. TEL. 1078.
LONG ISLAND REAL ESTATE
p?-Clean-Up Sale?--v
? G und 7 Room House? with Bath S ?
? and Unfinished Altin
j Only$10,500&$13,500 j
j Marathon Park, ?
I 'Little Neck, L. I.
?1 Twenty-five minute? vin L. I. R. R, L
fi Two minutes' walk from ?talion
S: Development Beautifully Parked
[ Ali City Improvements
IX Reasonable terms can be arranged : i
?j JOHN M. RIEHLE ?
' _68 William St. Tel. John 4348. jl
f?iflii irwi'iiiiiiii ? H unffmrirtr? 11 ?M??<??Ma?J
QUEEN3 REAL ESTATE
for?ai Willis ?arDci?0
15 Minute* from Penn station.
Mouses and Villa I'lnts for Sals,
Sage Foundation Homes Co.
47 VV. 34th St.. or Forest Hills. L. I.
REAL ESTATE SALE OR RENT
Brooklyn
A ("?OOP HOME BUY?Nevr; B rooms, tiled
bath, steam heat, !??<?*, electricity, latesl
conveniences; front and bade yard's; room
for fraraffo and driveway; only $1.700 cash.
TBLEP) ONE 82C0 I'l. \TBI.TSH.
IVcstchester
FOR KENT, furnished, for winter or yenr,
modern stucco residence; 4 master's
chambers, 2 bath..?, servants' quarters,
bath, garage, man's room, hot water heat;
one block from Pelham Btalli n. Mrs, Ed?
mund W. Uodlne, <7? Main ?t., New '
a ?eh ;: ? N. 7 Phon ? MS,_
W hile Plains
MODERN HOMES
White Plains, Hartsdale, Bcarsdale.
From (10,000 up. Send for list.
V.'M 17. MORRE1LL, Inc.,
Pepol Square, White Pinina, N. 1. T?l. 004. ;
New Jersey
FARMS?AH size?, located In the potato belt.
CllfToi ! ?'.. Drown, C'ranbury Station, Mid
dieses c.v. N .1
BNOLISvYOOD and Vicinity -Real est?t?.
Ii WEATHERUT & CO., Bnglewood. N [
APARTMENT,-! In LET?FURNISHED
Manhattan
40T7T ST., 268 W Modern apartment?; 4
rooms and bath; Just completed; bache?
lors only; ready for inspection and occu?
pancy. W. T, Nelson Co,
TO LET LOR BUSINESS PURPOSES
16-18 West 46th St.
WATSON BUILDING
To Let for Executive Offices
3d, 4th, 5th Floors
Approximately 3,000 Square Feet Fach
Possession Feb. 1 st.
PARK AVENUE OPERATING CO., Inc.
312 5th Avenue Vanderbil? 4230
FOR
At 154 Nassau St.
5 offices, immediate
possession.
\pply Room 141."!. Tribune Bide.
BANKING SPACE
// C Beavetx
207-9 Wooster St.
FLOORS TO RENT
About 6,500 Sq. Ft.
Modern Sprinklered Building
Possession Feb. 1, 1921
SPEAR & CO.
S40 Broadway Stuyvesant 627
Desirable Space Available in
C
$an
~ust Lompany s
ci
At Madison Avenue and 57th Street
N. W. Corner
' ?*?l*?S*?'*i?O?77\
-A-'.'.jfeai.'Dj.ii
S?
A suitable building and loca?
tion for executive offices, show
rooms, sales rooms and other
commercial concerns. Sixteen
stories high ; erected on plot
50x100 feet, lighten all sides,
exceptionally high ceilings,
adequate elevator service and
ail facilities.
Open for occupancy on or
about February 1st, 1921.
Leases for space which is still
available in this building are
now being made. For partic?
ulars apply to
ALBERT B. ASHFORTH, Inc., Agents
12 East 44th Street
teSsSV --???? 6/*?
TELEPHONE 1100 MURRAY HILL
LEGAL NOTICES
DECLARATION OF INTENTION TO
FORM \ MOTPAI, IN*.| KANCE COR?
PORATION VNIIKIJ THE LAWS OF
THE STATE Off N|;*.v YORK.
We, the undersigned, herebv declare our
Intenil .! ? form a .-err iratlon, pu uanl
to the ri?'. Islons of Artl ? i , 0f Chai 'er
33 of the Laws of lac . |.. |ng an u ; en?
titled "AN ACT In relation to Insurance
corporation?, constituting chapter tv
eight of the con Idati i laws," and known
? the "Insurant ?? Law" of the Stal ? i '
New York, and all acts amendatory I reof
and sup] lernen I al thereto. Tl ? Con pa ny
so to be ton ? I i ? to be a Mutual Insur?
ance Company, and t be name of th.* ? lorn
pany is to be
THE INLAND MUTUAL MARINE INSUR?
ANCE i'1 IMPANV OF SEW rORK.
Th" Company Is to be formed for the
pui p le ol trn na ictlng .. general i larlne
Ini ui anee buslnes i pursi., the provl- :
?Ions of Aitlele [V of the ?.ail "Insurance
Law." The principal business office of the
Company is to be located ?,n the Borough
of Manhattan, City, Count? and State of
New York.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have
signed, sealed and acknowledged tills Deo
claratlon of Intention the 12th day of
November, 1920.
Dated, New York, November 12th. 1920.
WALTER I. WEBSTER (L, S.)
FREDERICK W, I ?II? iOE (L. rf.)
CHARLES SCHWARZ (L. S.)
OB? inOR 11. WELLS (L B.)
RAY Mi i NO .1 ]?;:. IEPPLE < L, S.)
W, W. WALSH, jr. (L. S.)
EDGAR ST? ULMS, JR (L 3.)
FRANK G, CARRIE I L. S.)
E. S. CHAP?N L. S.)
ALFRED A. FR USER (L. S.)
H' IWA RD C. Rl ? | !.. S.)
ARTHUR L. P iREMUS (L. S.)
SAMUEL T, BELL (I,. S.)
STATE i iF NEW VORK Jo,.
C< ?UNTY OF NEW Y? UK s
?ui tills I2th il.iy of November. In the
year one Thousand, Nino Ilundn ; r- 1
Twenty, before me i irsonally i une Wal. '
ter I. Webster, I i lerl ..
Charles Schwarz, Ci rga II. Wells, Ray
mon l J. Kn lepple, v. . v: v. .. ish. J ?-..
I ? ' ? ? ton is, Jr , Fi e nk i ?. ?'.? ? i le, E, 3.
Chap?n, Alfred A. Fraser, Howard ?'. Russ,
Arthur L. Dorei u ; a n I Ban Ui i i'. Bi II,
to i i known and no? n to me to
lunls dt ; '??? ?! In and who exe
cut cd 11 ? m it, b . \ i hey
duly ?overall! Iged to i
I exei uti I the sn too i ir I ha uses and
purpos h therein menl loned.
.1? ISEPH L. i CCI INNELL,
Notary Public, Nassau County Certifi?
cate file 1 in New rtty Clerk's
N i 105, New York i Ister's
No. ?18G, Term expires March 30, 1921.
SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW
YORK. MARGARET M. DAY, plaintiff,
against CARL DAY", Defendant SUMMONS;
ACTION TO ANNUL A MARRIAGE.
To i ho a! ? e na ; J lefe :
YOU ARE HEREBY SI MMONED to an?
swer the com] Ihis action,
bi ve n copj ni r on the
Ai torney within 20 ? fter t r
ol this i ? ? ? ? i ' ? I. ?
day of servil e, ai ca.,*our failure
to appear or I- i i nl wll : ! ??
laid i ?gainst y? : defmi ; for the relief
demanded In I he ? ph
Dated N? v? ml er liith, 1920.
JOSEPH A M ?AMARA, Plaintiff's Attor
? ???>. Pos] i Kll e ' ? and 0 lice, No.
177, Hrondwaj Borough of Manhattan,
Nt ?v York City.
TO ? 'AIM. NAN :
The summons is served upon
you by publl ition purs lanl to an ord t
of Hono ii i v. ? ,, :
of the Supremo C : of Ute Hl n te of Ni w
York, d I the 10th iher, 1920.
and filed w Uli I lie coini ? ? oilice
of ili" ? llerk of lie* County of N
at : he Courl n ise f Bor?
ough o( M ? liai lan, C s i New Vori
D a t e< I > ? S ? ? m be i I
J? i.SEPH A M > AMA.: v, Attoi or
7 I' ?i A hires?. 15
Broadv ?. ugh o? Manl . Ni tv
City.
NEW YORK r PREME CO H ". ' 1 ?
? NEW ' LAW1 : >.. WASH?
INGTON PI " :. I RAN
LTNG & REF1N G CO., I'.
?
Tl ? THE APOVR NAMED DEFEND \77T
YOU ARE 1 ED lo an?
swer ()*.?? com] . - and to
. ,er on the pial Iff's
orneys wltl ' ? . th?
e of Ibis Sun - Ivo of th?
,:?... nf service, and In ? e of ;
to npp ?!! r or m ?? be tal en
[or ths relief i
mai I In : com
Dat? i P pi :?? ? ,1920
I lAVi ES Al ERBACTl 8. ' I iRNELL,
Attorneys I ?? IMtili I O ? and rost
e Ad ? i Street, Bor
[h of Manhal ? in, New York i
NO'l ICE:
Tu ko hal upon your defai
appear oi , iudi
uni
of Four I ? h I red 111
: ? 100 I i iiitei mbei
24th, on,
DAVIES,
I - -r
TO THE \BDVE KAMI ' ' 10ND.1 NT,
' ING & RE
1" : 7 ti i 'i i :
The S. ? 'rved upon you
by pul llcatinn, pui I order mada
by Hon ' le? ?- V Mu one of t!
t of the State of
N.-u York, dated the 20'th day ol 0< ol -
Is24-, and filed vit Ii ' I com?
plaint in the olllce ol
? :' iw York, a I
Ii , in the Bnr? a ' I ? '
?:? i on the 2Ctli ilai of < tober,
Dated October 20, 1020
I ' .'?. \ ' ; ?' ELL,
Attori I ? .id Post
i Add 3? Nassau !
ough of Manhattan. N? w Vorli City.
CITATION
THE PE P THE S l'ATK ' ?
? By the C M ol
Indo] i
To Ch Parker t.attin, I
Parker, A i ira h .1
E1 ly Z. l'ai r, 1 ' " ' ' ' I
10. Pur!? ; ? Purki'i-,
. .
ry, Alma Parke
in Van Bu u r. the h m.l ne\t
i T. P.
' . : rin.
?
Whereas, ('I
at Cranl'ord ? ..
- ? :. . A'e.-l
Street, 1 I.
? York, has -
? i
h a ve a a ? n ......
hating to both i I and pe, ual ]
?
:! . T. I' ?- ?? II
M ii, who ? a a
I ....
v. ? ? : B ig h ? it tan, of
the Cnu ' ,
X| ....
?
of our C
I! Ct.uni
: he 21st i m?l
umired and twenty, -,
( I
Bald -iv 111 and tesi . ;
illted to ] bate as a ? I of i
? nal i
In testimony whereof, ?e
seal ' : he Sun t of the
said ? untj o I New '? >rk to ba i
??is, Hon >ra ble .1 Coha :*n. a
? ? ? : :
at said County, the ?
? oino
(red and twei
DAN ? iWDNET,
Clerh Court.
JESSE
Attorn?
? ' ? 1 wa?
-. i ' N r.
SUHKO?ATES' NOTK ES
INNIS VV1 .LIAM 17 177 I' E
f Horiotal
an, a S?i rogate the i ?
. TIi h. * '? ill pe? m
i R. Innls
: v "i k, de
i j present the same ?"
the su ?-.???? . ? -
business at the i
eys, al N i 4 9 Wo..:
I in. in
of New 1 ite ? '? York,
or I fore the 14th day or M iy, 1921.
Dated New '? the 12th day of
November,
EDITH DONALDdON INNIS,
ltrlx.
WILLIAM H INNIS,
Executor.
MASTEN * NICHOLS, Attorneys tor
I x. .? ? j. 4 ? IV ill Street I ish of
'
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER MF" HOI
' c..,,,. ,. i halan, a Surrogal? of
lne ( if New 1 o? k, Ni Tl? ;: .a her?.
1 .. tiven to ?!i P*'? sons ba? ng lirai
. , - . William ?? \ >m ;i ??'?:
ceased late of th? County of New Urk,
? he ?am? wltl liera
to the subs rlber, at pi ice if trm
n Street. M -
., ,?i, ; -' Urookl* a, In the City , C New
. e the lirai d*y of Feb
1. - * '
Dated New York, the se..*onJ day of
. COUNTY TRUST COMPANY.
v, ; LIAM 11 ' MLEY JR ,
Ex? utora,
BROWER. B . ' 7 ?? ?
torneys f ' "'? ' ? :? ' "*??. ?4
Court Street, Bro klyn. New York.
w-.' ! V. EDWARD 'N PURS CAN r. n y
an'o- ' rabie Jo I 1 ??*..
^ Surr ? ?' " " New York,
I
Malm? ?S? le. Ut? ! th?
! ount y of New York, d :
ime with vouchers t ? ?? th?
ribers. at tl ?? - tl ting
I a n< ss, at the office ol theli .
V ? ti ? * R' ? * Itreet, In
the Boroug tanhattan. in
pork, on or bel ?o ih? 2Jth .:...- ^.: J*a
uai '?' next
Dated New York, the 15th day of July.
1-" ' ELIZABETH WHITE WTLDH,
THE '.. ? '?'?? l ?
HANK ? ?' NE ?? 7
utora.
WALKER A REDMAN, A-; rneya for
the Executors, 1 ill - ai 11 1 a '. ?
d,-,,,;,, -Mo, ; 9 v. ,! . ... ittaa
p. r. ugh, New 5
STORAGE NOTICES
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
OF GOODS LOR
UNPAID CHARGES.
Tn accordance with th" provision of law,
,; ro being 'In" ami Uhflald chargea far
wli Ii tli? undersigned, CHELSEA FIRE?
PROOF STORAGE WAREHOUSES, Inc.,
Is entitled to a lien, as v rel useman, on
the goods hereinafter described, ithd duo
notice having been clw-n to all parties'
known to claim ah interest therein, and
the time I In h notice for pay- :
ment o? sui ?i charges having expired, there
will Im> gold at public LU ? ai, ut 486-484
6th St., N? w Vork ? a v. on Wcdni s
a ty, I ? ? tuber 8th, 1 ? . i, al 10:30 A M.,
and If the sah* thereof is not completed
on said dato the same will be continued
ni t he sa me placo on ea? h and every
thei ter, bef Inning at 10:30
A. M.. and colitlhulng until ul: the goods;
are sold, the following property:
HOUSEHOLD GO IDS, CONSISTING n*.'
bureau . dressers, chiffoniers, desks, wood
Iron ?nal brasa beds, springs and mat
tresses, linens, pillows, portieres, books,
bedding, " ?-*? r i un furniture, rock-rs, !
cai pi as, rugs, oilcloth and Uno- ;
leui ?. pictures, mirrors, sewing machines,
library and parlor furniture, boxes and ;
ntents, barrels an 1 contents, china,:
glassware, brl a-brac, upright and grand
, an i, truhks und contenta, clocks and
vases, per.lal effects, clothing and mls
u - us, hampers and contenta, crat?a
and contents, paintings, dress suit cases,
duvenp rts, vlctrolas and talking mai I
va mm cleaners, criba, packages, musical
. curio cabina?, held for the
... count of M, Ronan, E. a. Slmonds, D.
U ? :?? . M. E. Dunn, I,. Klr?p itrl i;, j,
'. l? >'? W eld, Mia. Willlama S
i. L s. Wolfing, C. Btlshahan,
<>. L. ? 'ui ::.?;.?*. .1. !?' ? . .,?? ;.;, i Colll ai,
M. Levy, ?I. Dick, P. Carroll. A. Charpen
M, Butler, Wm ?McGowan, R. Kellv.
i? i H. Von Zgllnitsky, M. State?
i. H. McGeorge, M. Clements, l?. Marvin,
M. F. Robinson, T. .T. Flnney, A. !.. Blau.
M. !.. Helfort, M. Zelinka, Wm. Fltzzgerald,
!.. .1. Flandreau, I!. .lentes, G. s. Drlck,
K. Martin, I?. r. Doyle, E. P. Bouthworth,
>.. a a k, ? ;. !? -, :-.r. M.iy Hollnagel,
!'. .'. Bernl ?>, J. I?. Baucus, P. A. Cralg,
!;. ? '. Bu an, W m Soltz, K. !.. MUlr, S.
M un ? v, M. A. Davis, .-a., a' ai :
Cigarette Co., i'. Schindler, Mrs.
: ulur Fl ture C ?rp., 1.. S : >.,.. -
7' A. Mague, W. W. Hayward, J. F. Leni
? ? ?., Vtncenzo Battoglln, Max Wln
? i v. ?.m Do ?ves, F. Gullory, A. Stew?
art, Isabel Cooper, C. Sandstrom, C. Fast.
\. !.. liitt, I' I! ?nry, Wm. A. Hall, R.
Nlttl . Mrs. Stewart, E. R. Phelps, M. c.
Phill as their Interests may appear.
nal contents, dress Suit eas?s ?
nn I : a'-a ra :ks, leather li.it bines and
? nts, bo\es and contents, bundles of
a bundles, bookcases! barrels and
ts, cases and contents, valises aal
i, i its a ad .ana 'iit h. sewl ng ma
i pie cases and contents, bas
held r the i.unt of
? a, v Iss M. !!? Illy, J. .v- I,. Th
M. Ii. : a...a, s. Ward, George
? i Ti ? a fi :? & F.x pre: a E. Ii. Mar?
tin, J. J. Whitney, T. T. Lovelace, Mar
a,..:. Martin, 17. Carle, I'. H. Vaughan,
.'. Mumford, Wm. Batchelor, .1. Hosklng,
17. I 'auk '. R. S? hlagett r, W. I.. Wood,
a Friedn an. A. S. A. Burht, Jas. J.
T. Cuylnr, .r. Fagan, M. J. Glb
. a, i: A. Webber, International Baggage
0 rge i! Randall, A. !.. Blau, ai.
?< H. C. Bates, N'. .1. Ranch Morris,
a- Brooklyn Expn .su. Kate
: ev. :.. Ryan, T. Hansen, Mis Stant'in,
(?CO a. . ' . ? ' ?lal lotigall, C. A. Mul
? id. A. ? J. R. Armstrong, !..
7 . C vay, D. A. Nlckelsen, A.
a. Vli cenzo Batl glin,
ts n iv ma ar
. 1 Its, papers, safes,
? a desks, i '. i ?? -v i ter : - a
partit! , ofilci cha ira, si n nd a lel ter dies,
, .. wall cabinets, electric fans,
: otll ? Lbil ts, cases and ? on
???... other miscellaneous
held I" r the account of
! Cos thai, T. B. !'<? own, .1. I >. Baucus,
K r 7: Duff ?, A. L. Blau, H Blackn : ?
I -a, -i', j. Finn ; , Powell
a |\ . ? ? .a?:, Bo ?sldl ' 'igaretto ? ?a,
W V\ ard, J J. O'l loi Is and !..
<;, Price, an their interests may
. ; ? ? ? ?
.' and vase, held for the ac
11. F ic h o Is
p| lure ? achine, two i2> Iron
? . th box, held for the a -aunt of
? Bros
tiii mil ?x, held far the account of
? '? . F a
a ? lings, held for th? ac.
: James Dunn, Executor, and K. r,.
a .. ,. ,7 ut n -d with ? he said ( 'om
p tn ward u i an?l ill to be more
n ed and deSci Ibed a:
a : ?
may be seen ar the place of
la; pre ling the sa le.
cil K ' ' a toi if
STOR ti'.I'l " MU El ICSES. INC..
, I :! 4 West 261 51
And 1! si lOTth St.
? :? \ v'ORK CITY.
?^?BBcmka.mm. PHEsinn^BB
SUMMONS
a s* Ci iL'l? r, i' lUNTY OF NEW
HENRY C. EX? lELBER? 7. I'! iln
BR( ITI1ER3 AND
LES, LIM [TED, Defendant. SL'M- ;
. a. .
\ ' " ' "7 .a- -1 ! lef " hint :
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to an- !
(-?a the complaint m this action, and to
i ' of y .- ?? ? on the Plain
i ? .In twenty days a fter th? |
i is sin ?I ?lva of t ill
. . . a- failure
. ,,....- .i . . | win be :
you for the re- I
: . , ? plain*.
: a ? New York.
; ... : r 17th, 1921
LORD, DAY ft T.'*P.n,
ad Post ?
? a s'o. 4'J AVall Str< et, New
, : th of M tnl ittart
VXD KN? iWLES,
ndanl :? '.< ?ve named :
.-?. ???? ? d up. n
u r sua n t i o a n o
:. ] ? a ...... . . Mill 111, a Jusl Ice of the
urt ol State of N< w ? fk,
i day of October, 1920. and
h th? oiiiplB t In Un* office of t lie
.of New York, at the
lit 1 In the Boi >ugh ?if
ati i, City, County and State of New
? i
1. ?:? w York O tober 21st, 1920.
LORD, DAY & LORD,
. IT, Office and Pbst
19 Wall Stn et, B r
i in ? ??? of New York.
?I a a ? ?? a,- FORK ('( ?I'NTr
? ? : , Plain iff. a?;.i?nst
'IIS I lefendant. Ac
e Divorce.
1ED DEFENDANT:
YOU VRB I1KHI?U1 ? ?Ml -JED to an?
il 11 action, and to
on the Plaln
. a ? ?- ? I y days
of tl exclusive of
t servi and Ii ca -? of your
: ; r answer mt by
taken against j ou for t he
muled In 1. plalnl
Dal . . \ th, 1920.
iHN - VN n IRA,
tiev for PI ' s Bulldinr.
, Iwa New Varie City.
above named de
The ? ?? ? ilng summon? Is served upon
: ; ? ? i an order
.lleorge V, a a m, one of, the
., ; .irt of the State
- 251 h day ol
I wll ? | , In
the i :' ?? a! the l'le: k of the County of
New ? ? Court H ?use,
of New Totli,
ober, !r'29.
York, i ! ' a -120.
' ?UN S" N'T' IRA,
" Times i iulldlnf,
YORK I* NTT
against
' ? . ?. r , A .
I 7 TE ANNULMENT
i '
E NAMED DEFEN1 ? ?<? NT;
ri HE HEREBY SCMMi iNED tn an
i lu ? ? : ,s- ? : ti and to
.' o f y o u r a n s wo r o n t he p 1 a In ?
? ? . within twi ? days after t he
summoiiD, exclusive of 'lu
: , .? of > u ir fa llure
ir ,-i awi r, ? idgment va.. be
st you by default for th? re
lief led u i he coi iplalnt.
? >ai . New \ irk, Oct? bar 7th, 1920.
SAI :. LEVIN B,
A- rney for Plalntli ? "' ? and P. O.
1 !3, 261 Broadway, Borough ol
Mb a i It if New York.
TO MAULE HULKING:
'. ! !? served upon
you by pub itlon ? t to an oi dei
of !' n G? irge V. Mullan, dated Octobei
IS, i -a and tiled with th? complaint In
the Ort - Clerk of the supreme
t, al ? ? url House, in tb?
a . ? . ? and State of New Y ork.
; ated, New York, October 13. 1970,
BAUL LEVINH
Attorney for Flain?T, Office and P. O
Ad '.re?s, 281 Broadway, Borough o
Manhattan, City of New York.
SURROGATES' NOTN ??
KAHI. MART CLEMENTINB.?tn -?arto
' . i? .': u iblc ja'iic? A
F? a. -? n - ? '. th* County of Ne?
"i notice :a hereby given to all peraom
h.a .: lalma agalnsl Mary Clementine Kahl
la ? the i :.. of N;? York, deceased, t?
I? sent. - a? ? with vou hers thereof n
the ''?' ?t lifr piac? of transadlo
: ? uf her attorneys, Measri
;-a. hapman & Stevens, No 17.4 Naasai
i- City of New York, on or befoia
da> ? ' ! lecember, 1S2?
Da - ?. ?'- i Yoi ..-i..-.". 4, 1970
AR ELL \ s H? KR, Executrix.
SACKE! ' HAPMAN ft BTEYttNS, At
? ? rix No ' ' - 7.'a??/i'
Ei 'et ? lin Tribun* Building), Nei
Y.;rk City
I *7 PI.'RSI : OF ?V? ORD?5 i '!
?' \ a a 7:. u Surro
thi ? lunty ol a : nrk n tic
given to ?
3AM : . TREMPEI
? *.'?'. late of? t ???? 1 :ounty of Ne?
? pri nt the same wil
r? ' ' the subs? rlbi r, it b
. .,. -;
I
?f May next.
'.-tl'. day 7 No
1920.
TREMPER LONGMAN.
JOHN M. RIDER Executor.
Att itor,
44 Cedar 9C? New York City.
Want Advertisements
Help Wanted Business Cardi ? Boarder* Wanted Employment A (tendel
Situations Wanted Business Opportunities Furnished Rooms Lost, Found and Rewardi
LOST. FOUND AJO) REWARD
LOST?Saturday night, on? green Jad?
earring, probably at nr near the '
mom of the ftltz Carito? Hotel. Reward
If returned to P. 11. Thompson, R30 Parfc
ave.
LOST?Ring, sapphire, solitaire. 15 carat*,
heavv platinum Setting; reward, no ques?
tions asked. Rurihnrd & no., 17 Pattery
Place. Tel-plum? Whitehall ?93.
Lost Bankbooks
LOBT.?Bankbook No. ??.J6? of the
Franklin Savings Bank. Issued to Fred
Picard. Payment stopped. Please return
to bank, 67,1 Eighth ave., New York City.
All persons are cautioned not to purchase
or negotiate same.
LOST?Bankbook No. 814,904 of th? '
Dime Savings Pack Is missing. Al
son having a claim to h is hereby i i i
upon to present the same within ten
or submit to having ?aid passbook can?
celled and a new one. Issue I.
LOST.?Bankbook No. 69?.208, the Green?
wich Savings Hank, 24?> Sixth ave..
N. Y. City. Payment stopped. Please
return to bank.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
117TH, 365 W. (near Momtngslde Park)?
Well furnished back parlo- In ? fined
private house; suitable two ; privileges i :U.
?ISTH. 357 W.?Well furnished double room;
high-class elevator apt. ; $12. Ait. 4-W.
124TH ST (34 Mount Morris Park West)
?Well furnished front and back
private bath, ? le itrlclty, refined house, ? in?
ventent location; reasonable; breakl i
t! mal.
125TH, 25 WEPT?Large room, rui
water, adjoining bath; J?, si 'am; r n
* lei i n. Rob l
CENTRAL PARK WEPT. 294, n?ar 89th?
Two unusually attractive r on -,
ne ting wash room; rented separatelj or
together; one or two men. Apt 4, north.
Brooklyn
DAY RTPC.E?Four large housekeeping
rooms; Catholic adults; heat, cas; rent
$17 weekly. Sunset 8814.
CLINTON AVE., 135.?Rooms suitable for
light housekeeping. T? pi ne Pri -
pect 3344.
PACIFIC ST.. 1386?Large, com:'
room; suitable tor one *r two gentle?
men; private family. Phone Decater 2412
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Domestic
HOUSEWORKER wanted; light, young
Kirl, and to assist with children; good
home; Flatbush. Phone Midw. i 14-J.
W UTRESS ' 'H ' MBERMAID,
eren es; wagi $50 m nth. Apply 281
Sanfot l ave., Flushing; carfare paid.
1 'hi :. ' Flushing 854 1.
Miscellaneous
CLERKS AND TTP?PTS WANTED
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY
Girl? IS years of ace and over
Hours 9 to 4:30 o'clock
Saturdays D to 12 o'clock
ona served freo
Salary to start $12.09
Abilities if clerks reviewed ?-?"h six
i Those of averago ability sh uld
be receiving from $16 to $18 per week
after ti>.-> second review. T a \ irlatlou h
due to difference in clerical Wi ...
Free classes conducted In Tyj ?viltlng.
Stenography and Dictaphone Operating.
Apply in Person betw en 9 and
R mi 6033, Metropolitan Bu ' : Ing,
1 Madison Ave. (at 27 1 SI
YOUNG LADY, must be well educated,
il ; opportunity to winter In Kouth;
salary $1,800 or mi re; p ad
van?.4 ment. II, T., Box I ? - Statii :-. F,
Manhattan,
HELP WANTED M/LE
BOY, over 18, to run errands and malte
himself generally useful ai
$12 kly; Christian firm. Rand, McNally
& Co., 4L' E, 22d.
MERCHANDISE MAN?Successful mer?
chandise ?nan ami chief buyer for chain
stores. Address D 154 Tribune.
SALESMEN
f-ELF-HELP IP THE BEST HELP.
ii YOU A RE SOLO ON THE OK :
THAT OPPOR'i 17NITY IS \V HA
: IT, AND IF YOU'RE NOT
DISPOSED TO QUIBBLE VR
WALKING AND TALKING
TELLING TH !7 TR1 TH. IN
Ti ' 17 \ RN 77 ELL O' ? l A
WEEK, WE OFFER YOU THE OP
P( ?RTUN1T) I'O BO?..:,!'
QUI C K1 LT1 ' ' '
? IF FINANC1 \L INDEP1
IF YOU'RE 11. 77 ... > . i ? .i
YOU 1.1. FIND i a 7'. VITINQ T( I SEE
YOU AN I. DAY FROM 10 TO 4.
SUITE 1010, 25 W. 4'in ST.
SUITE 305, 132 N \;' A ' ST
SUITE 1512, F! ATI R N BLDO,
SUITE 81, 166 MONTAGUE ST.. BKLTN.
SALESMAN for artificial limbs; man with
leg off ; exc? i ulty. J. T. ?
11 Apgar, 2-i> Weal 23d i
InstructirjB
LEARN TO BE A CHAUFFEUR Pleasant,
prol day and ?
Send for ; reo bo I inri ? ir's pass
West Side V. M. i A , . ? . West 67th at.
MEN wanted to operate ^
mach In is In ti ?airea we i ?.. i yi - ?
or evenings. American Thea
?44 Sih ave. (42d). Bryant 161?.
SITUATIONS WANTED I* EM ALB
Chambermaids
CHAMBERMAID or parlormaid! English
P] iaking write 1 r appointment. Parlor?
maid, 253 West 24th st
Commercial
STENOGRAPHER, exp rlenced and ef
: . -, desires : >sil tl down! ?n. Ad?
dress B >'. . ?? . He len .'? : . "?: ? " ? .:.
>TE ? ? t 1
experl iced, re lable, wishes *
? | . Ca Skidmoi 184S
Cooks
'COOK, good manager, country preferred.
excellent. Miss I
5th av
COOK, young, thoroughly capable; excel?
lent references. Miss Fitzgerald's 7 :
ffau. 8*71 'th av.
Nurse?, Etc.
NTJRSE?Young Amerl. excellent long
referem ??- , one or r* o ?:. I
Wlnlhrop A.g?icy, 4? Wr. 42d, Re.
Murray i!!.. 6431.
NURSE, young woman, with
edge of children, wlBhei position a i nurse
:or CallftrnlB for winter, Av; y ? ./?er.
E. H . :>) Fifth ave
NURSE, young, Protestant; t h
ble; excellent reference? M . .-> Fitz?
gerald's Bureau, 3?*! Fifth ave.
NURSE, young. 3 children; country pre?
ferred. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau. 368
6lh av.
Waltresse?
WAITRESS, young, thoroughly capable
pxcillf nt * - :es M Fit zgera ?a
SITU Vl'IO.NS V, US'TED M \1.E
; :KEEPER.?1 rien ?
try book epei I ? r? ,* .
t r 1 a 1 ba 1 a i
t ... .une
?
good cil refer? -? ? . .
;? .. -?_
J.? :'.-. NESE ' ' > V
workers. :0? W?st 4Stb st.; ^-'varjt l?l?
??St.
? i S'a MAN'. ?2, desires po?ltl n at *ny
thing until Jan. 1. G 86
EMPLOYMENT AGEN? "
Commercial Hel?)?Fe-tule arid Male
ROSE E. CLARK AGENCY
EMPLOYMENT BXI
CORTLANDT 4249 5 BEEKMAN ST
t'*- Lphers, typists, bookkeepers of
flee assistants, swlt '?.??oar'! oporat r?, m* t
or female, beginners or eipedencod;
promptly placed. Call a.!! we*.
BUSINESS t'A KDS
C*rp#t? and Rn*s
STTLLTNGS IV . 624 MADT?OW AVB.
H st.) offer fine carpet?, rum?
.-, SI. ?3. SS. S?
t iron RUGS,
?
Si". $2*. $?.-, up; BOO small rugs, S3. ?5. S9.
: OVER.
CLEA" "? ?. ' rise
Diamonds, Jewelry, etc
DIAMONDS bought and ?old for e??B
?a ?? BENNETT?
Furniture
vrr. P.'T hlglaest prices for ftimfture.
1 ks, art.
Stuy
ACT Ql M - t ' s paid ror fur
n I tii e, rues, s Will call
i? a\
-
s *
? ? .. ?'. '-nee.
' a 1. ?4?.
Men's tT.-thing
A WHOLES VI ER ? "" ln?K6*J
I all w I Men's
-
and ?32.50 F*h wr om,
> West 33d i-I
r new
j ? B
*'' i fine * v I. 2 paira
t 7 . Save ta?
: ? ?' ? f :l SUlt.
GOTTLIEB BUY?^r?????S?.
I !J3 Lad ow ?t.
Miscellaneous
7-r-" -a i ng, folding
Co . 24 W
Typew rit era
TYP! " VTED.
? ' ?'? * ' ** " - it ?
i m } : r {* a n ei r n c
a mre Frank*!?
a H A VC. K
?? B?> ? -:.i Pirelli.
Tronka
SALE ' ?
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