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TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES TO JLET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES Now 80% Rented Gotham National Bank Building 24-STORY OFFICE BUILDING BROADWAY AT COLUMBUS CIRCLE 10 TRANSIT LINES AT THE DOOR Offices in Units of 200 to 880 Sq. Ft Net Larger Space if Desired IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GOTHAM NATIONAL BANK Renting Department 1823 BROADWAY AT COLUMBUS CIRCLE TELEPHONE?COLUMBUS 1425 Or Your Own Broker. ASHLAND BUILDING g?E?*Sfc8t 20 Story Office and Loft Building Several desirable offices. Immediate possession. Plan oj !6th Fbor as Dieided. A OmCC3927SQ.ni B OFRceawsan: D OFFICE 717 5Ct Ff. eorrKeL 3003io.rrr OmCE2225SQFT I f MAX N. NATANS0N V* ?"?*"* ***** m 433 Faurth An. Ma.d. 84. 94IS GROUND FLOOR?2 RECTOR ST. Immediate Occupancy Approximately 9,500 Sq. Ft. Apply to H. L. ROBERTS 25 Nassati St, Rector 4980 PREMISES or Your Own Broker Desirable Office Space ALBEMARLE BUILDING 24th St. and Broadway 1,884 sq. ft. on 12th floor, with exceptlonal light; telephone established; high class service. Tele? phone 6449 Chelsea. Room 1216, 1107 Broadway. BROKERS PROTECTED **actokt ritorKit-nr row, fjftXS ?* wBn fACTORlES l^*5IL . , Amrwh?ra\ | ?!W utmnm notuintn 1 UitUw Katnt/.imii-.l I19t, % CAiUARD tULTT CO. ' WtWarn lat. JFbumm UiltM Johau MOBTOAGK MONEY Any Amount Money for Mortgages DUROSS CO., 261 Broadway. P|j?ri? ?7M Unre.laiw. A t? Z mnnvnn*'.*in*>a*M o??d#r th? b?atd , InK of "I*ualn*M Car/??" a-fypear daily ln 'rtMt Trtl>tit)., GotWXn ?h?m tor your na?4?. A?vt STORE FLOORS SHOWROOMS PENN. ZONE. W. 34th St. 218-22 West 34th St. Jnat West of 7th Ave. STORF ? Exeellent lecatlon for ladteH' ^x '-,tNi-j waar une; size 15x100; very reasonable rental. Immediate Poisession FIDORS-Lilin1' brlrht. airy ffoora; ____L-*r ?n itnprovements; exeel? lent for ahowroonm, or might con atder llKtit n.ar.ufacturlng. Immediate Poaeiiion HENRY SHAPIRO & CO., 288 5th Ave. TcL Longacre 5170 UNFCBNISHEW APARTMENTS TO LET fi ^Ts JUST COMPLETED AT THE STATION S-fa-l-prt APartn>ents V-?l\^v?l Location FORDHAM HEIGHTS 0. A C BEAUTIFUL J-1-J ROOMS with Phone Service With Every Conceivable Improvement Davldaon Ave. A Fordham Rd. Half Block Weat of Jerome Ave. and Lex lngton Ave. Sub. Station. ?th and 9th Ave. Elevated. At Fordham Road AGENT ON PREMISES WEHTCHE8TKR COUNTY REAL ESTATK FARM HOUSE 178 acrea, ?-room unlmproved farm houae, barna, atc; only 42 mllee from New York; Prlca S2M>0?. GEORGE F. ARCHER KKAI, EflTATK 10 Eant 42(1 St. Phonu Vandr.rbllt 6084 $600 CASH Wtll tnry at Bryn Mawr Park on outaklrtn of Bronavllla a choice 7-rooni houiws on large plot with floe old ahnile. The houw tn exceptlonally well built, with many lnnovu tlona for eaay houaekeapliiR; hu? ?tvery Im? provement und la of white Cemeht, not utinTO, The price la IH.OOo. Kmy terrim, IIOIIKRT K. FAIU.F.Y OflOANIZATlON, ia B. 44th ?t? N. V. C. Murray Hill 7720J S6ND FOR LISTS "WESTCHESTER HOMES** 4'3Y 6th Ave., *W?*HHUpIW> mmmWr YOWR Real Estate N ews Dr. G. E. Brewer Sells House in East 64th Street Parts With Costly Dwelling Between 5 th and Madi? son Aves.; Sales of Pri? vate Homes on West Side William B. May & Co. have sold the j six-story American basement dwelling 16 East Sixty-fourth Street for Dr. i George E. Brewer to a client for occu- I pancy. The house is 20 feet wide and has a large extension. The buyer ex- J pects to make improvements to the j pieniises. It was held at $130,000. The Fischer Realty Company sold the dwelling 156 East lllth Street for | John J. O'Grady, executor, to Dr. Edel- j stein. i The Merit Realty Corporation sold ! the two three-story dwellings 246 and j 248 West 121st Street, 38.4x100.11, to ! George De Weerdt, through Joseph j Horn. A. S. Milligan sold to Frank T. John- ! son the three-story dwelling 48 Charles ! Street, 20x46.8x irregular. i a Brooklynite Buys at Scarsdale j The Scarsdale estates, Robert E. ! Farley, president, sold through Howe I & Thompson one and one-half acres I in the Murray Hill section of Scars? dale to Walter Bahr, of Brooklyn, who intends to build a home. MANHATTAN RKAI, ESTATE iiTftiini!iii!i;;i)iiiii:;:i;M.:v,TimfT:-ifii:' Small Houses in New York ?located in the Park Avenue section and the "Colonies" are becoming difficult to obtain. We are offering several new and artisticnlly remodelled 'iouses of high character; also a group oi old dwcllinga that can be rcadily altered into charming homes for early occupancy. Let us tell you abont their investment attractiveness and home ownership advan tages. BouslasLBimanECo. ELIJMAN BL'ILDINO 15 Eaet 49th St. New York Plaza 9200 tl!! 111111111! I' I! K HOUSE 1SUGGESTION Just off Park Ave? nue, north of 72nd Street, unusually at tractive house, ready for immediate oc? cupancy, has 4 master's, 3 servants' rooms and 3 baths, English base? ment type. $45,000. Easy terms. Other propertles on request. Pease & Elliman 340 MadUon Av. Tel. Murray HIH 6200 262 West 88th St Between Broadway & West End Ave. Three-story and bascm?ni dwllins,-, with ono-story and basement extension, 12 rooms and bath; in exeellent condition. PoBsession al oncr; terms favorable. Wm. A. White & Sons 4fi C'etlur S?. Tel. John 5700 Modern Loft Building Sale, near City Hall; B-aiory basement; heavy construction; entrance on two sireets; elevator. nteam heat. automatlc fire alarm. Particulars Ruland 4 Whltins-Benjamin Corp.. 36 11 r.Sth st._ RKAI, ESTATE AT AUCTION Lofts for Rent Posseasion February lst 416 Broadway, Cor. Canal St. 2nd Loft.$3,000 20 windows, no mannfatturing 5 East 17th St. to 18th St. About 6,000 sq. ft. 2nd Loft.$5,500 Mnnufiu'turinir HE1LNER & WOLF 51 E. 42d St. Murray HIH 2072. REAL ESTATE BROKEli8 || Establlshed 1853 || Horace S. Ely & Co REAL ESTATE 21 Liberty Street Kettl Estate Broker* A Apent* Selllnjr. LcutfUlg Kxeliiuih.ni,'. MunuBement. BANKlSO"SPACE HC Beaven 82 Broadway._Phone 1901 Broad. BUSINESS ^EljS^ PROPERH BusiMss aDAMS170-5^* Ruperty'-O'CO-r?? Gmma/Ml. i ?"????1ypfSTRlAl. TfRorERTIES HARVEY B. NEWINS, Inc. I 632-fltli Ave. Vanderbilt 2B63. I_ ". Kstute ln all it* '"?""'"? George L. O'Hare Apttrtuieius & BUftlncM I'roperty 4B0 5ih Avriine. Tel. B0D2 Vunderbilt. riX)RIOA RKAI. EHTATB FLORIDA LAKKLANB HHiHI-AVOS. Ommerclul oraiiKO ancj Kraputrult siovm of ten or more acres offer an Invostmen* whleh will yield larfe returns on the capl in om played; nttrarttvu homes; beautiful country club; attractlve sconery and lanos; batblne, flshlnK. Kolflns, hunting'. motor ii, n. Wrlta for Information and book No. 14. "VV. V. Haltam A Co.. Tribune Building;, New York. $500,000 Involved in Civic Section Lease Deal for Centre and Hester Streets Property Took Over a Year to Close ^ The building at 202 and 204 Centre Street, containing approximately 50,- , 000 square feot and connecting with I 213 and 215 Hester Street, has been ; ieased to Frank Tracy for a term of years at an aggregate rental of $225, 000. This transaction took over a year to consummate and involves the j.urchase of the building under a ten- | .year contract in connection with tlie lease. The Brett & Goode Co. was I the broker :n the transaction. The total amount involved in the lease and purchase will aggregate close to 5500,000. ^ William A. White & Sons leafced with j George R. Reade & Co. to the Roval J Holland Lloyd the basement, ground and second floors, at 50 Beaver Street. j Pease & Elliman leased offices at 38 West Thir-ty-ninth Street to the Bureau of National Literature; offices at 12'j Dutch Street, to the Sinclair Publish-I H3g Company; offices at 165 Broadway! to the L. R. Steel Products Company; a store at 39 West Thirty-ninth Street! to David Hay; offices at 42 West Thirty-ninth Street to Roger Moran; ! th. parlor floor 144 West Fift,-seventh Street to Eugene Blazo; the parlor! floor 209 Madison Avenue to Salvatore ; Paone; offices at 63 Park Row to Sey mour Sweet; a loft at 136 Greenwich I Street to May C. Hileman; a store at j 5 West Thirty-ninth Street to the Ilil gert Shoe Company, and for W. C. Strange to Our Cafeteria, Inc, the ! three-story dwelling 54 Irving Place. William Cruikshank's Sons leased the store and basement at 168 Pearl Street to the Luncheonette Shop, Inc, and the second floor 49 South Street to James J. Kehoe, Inc. J. Arthur Fischer leased the top loft at 460 West Broadway to the Suprerne Leather Goods Company, Inc; to S. Small the second loft 61 West Thirty seventh Street, and to G. Polymeris the store and basement 108 West Thirty-ninth Street. ' M. & L. Hess, Inc, leased large space on the second floor of the Greenhut Building to the American Wholesale Corporation, of Baltimore. The Publishers Information Bureau, Inc, rented offices in the St. Elenis of? fices, at Broadway and Eleventh Street, through Spear & Co. The Brown, Wheelock Company, Inc, rented offices in the Central Square Building, formerly the Grand Central Palace, to the New York Central Lines, to be used for its accountin;; depart? ment. MacLean & Co. leased the building 108 and 110 West Twenty-fourth Street, to thc JUvilier Drillich Trading Com? pany and Aronowitz Brothers for an aggregate rental of $135,000. -? Builders Among Sellers Of Apartment Property M. H. Gailliard & Co. sold for the Lansing Construction Company the five-story apartment, 25x100, 67 West 108th Street, adjoining Manhattan Ave? nue. * The Hudson P. Rose Company resold to Joseph Gregg the two four-story tenements 430 and 432 Fieasant Ave? nue, 18x74 each. The Central Union Trust Company sold to Marguerite B. Burke the six storv tenernent o.!2 East 101st Street,' 25x100.11. Mary L. Hatton sold to the newly formed Second Avenue and Twenty ninth Corporation, represented by Bon giorno &, Diserio, thc five-story tene? rnent 519 Second Avenue. southwest corner of Twenty-ninth Street, 24.8x 100. George A. Glendennirg sold to Eus 'toce Conway the three four-story tene? ments 405 to 409 Bleecker Street, 62.7x50. ??? ????? Downtown Loft Buildings Bought for Occupancy George R. Read & Co. sold for Max Marx the four-story and basement store and loft building 70 Cortlandt Street, adjoining the northeast corner of Washington Street, to L. Harris & Sons (David E. Cohen, proprietor), deaters in plate and window p a buyers will occupy the ground floor and basement. Alterations for Bowery Building Hiram Rinaldo sold for I. Shulman & Son, Inc. to Cohen Brothers tho four story building 193 Bowery, 25x100. The new owners will extensively alter the property for their own occupancy. -. Opera Singer Buys Estate Bake3> Crowell, Inc, sold the Julius Staier estate, situated at Great eck, Long Island, to Charlotte Roze Lang don, the opera singer. $300,000 Rental for Space M. & L. Hess, Inc, leased to C. A. AutTmordt & Co. the sixth, tenth and eleventh floors, containing 17.500 feet each, at 114-120 East Twenty-thlrd Street, at an aggregate rental of ap? proximately $300,000. REAL ESTATE?SAI.E OR RENT ?\Vestrhester NEW ROCHELLE HOME, $15,000. A bargain, 10 rooms, - baths, gas, elec triclty, ftreplaces, Flecplng porch plot 50x 17.0. O'CONNOR REAL E3STATE AGENCY, 219 Huguenot at. Phone 594 New Rochelle. OWNERS will sacrlfice several North Whi a Plain* well located building lots to close out holdings: bulldiTH' opportunity. JOS. LAMPDEN & SON, INC, 66 Lawton Bt. Phone 3302 New Kochelle, N. Y. Xew .Jerftey BNGLISTH vllla of 30 rooms. baths: beau tifully shaded \-> acre plot; going fur two-lhirds value; must sell; want $3,500 cash, balance on easy term mortfrages; near Montclalr; elevatlon son ft.; pi,.. turesque section; reflned neighborhood; strlctly residentlfil. QUTCK, Post Offlce Box 37S, City HaU station. New York City. ONE of Asbury Park's best and cholcest corners, I'OxlOO, 24 rooms, furnlshod, two blocks from ocean, a locatlon selclom of? fered, for sale, prlco $20,000; terms. Liox 246, Wrstfleld, N. J. TO LEI FOB BtUHIXESS PPRFOSES Queens FACTORIES FOR RENT?18.000 SQ. FT.; two floors, 0.000 ft. cneh: all or scparate; modern buildings, sprlnklered, elevator, electrlclty, heat; Bradley Buil llngs, 11th IJt. and Vernon Ave., Long Island City; M minutes from Grand Central Station, 2 blocks from all subways, 6-cnt fare; prln clpals only. Address A. J. BRADLEY. owner, 101 Beekmnn St.. New York. Tele? phone 37)01 Be.ekman. CNFl'RNISIIEn APARTMEXTS TO IJF.T Lonjc Islmiil FOR RENT, ASTORIA Immedlate occupaney; 5 rooms and bath; one-car garage; $80; steam heat, hot water, electrlclty; all other modern Improvements; first floor; new two-famlly brlek house, 831 Crescent st.; four blocks from Grand av. gubway station. Apply H. Trowbridge Harris, 17.2 Fullon Avenue, l,ung laland CHy. Telephone Astorla 406. Brooklyn THREE ROOMS and bath, hot water steam heat, electrlclty; $45. 611,41st st., Brooklyn (Buy Kldge). F13RMHIIEB APARTMEXTS TO l.ET 66TH, 38 W,?Two rooms, kltnhonette bath; bea ut if ully furnlshed; reduced rental. Ollve. 1Q3D, 309 WEST?Four-room apartment. all Improvements; mlddl"-a?ed eouple, icfyr enues; $i,600. J. Travera. Two Morfe Fine Dwellings Give W^y to Business | - Publishers Get Columbia LeaseV hold Kouse; Madison Avenue I Corner Property Sold Douglas L. Elliman & Co. sold for William It. Peters the four-story and basement brown-stone dwelling, J2x j 100. a Columbia College leaseholj at 33 West Porty-ninth Street. The pur- j chaser is Morgan Shepard, owner and pubhsher of John Martin's Book, a | cnildren's magaziire, jiow located at 128 West Fifty-eighth Street. The pur chaser will oceupy the premises for j executive and editorial offices. Harris, Vought & Co. sold for Henry ' Holt the large five-story residence at j the northeast corner of Madison Ave- i mis and Sixty-third Street, 20.5x100 to the Verde Realty Corporation. Samuel H. Stone rep esented the new owners, who are having plans prepared to alter it into a professional building. Flat and Loft Buildings Bring Good Prices at Auction Joseph P. Day sold at Supreme Court partition sale yesterday in the Vesey btreet Exchange Salesroom, for the estate of Simon Haberman, 2-li> West 129th Street. a seven-story elevator apartment house, 100x99.11, purchased by A. K. Metzger for $169,500. A nine story store and loft at 27 East Twenrv first Street, 25x100, was bought bv the Hearn Corporation for $91,*J"7iO. Other results follow: 2D AV, 1814, s o cor TMth st, 26.8x100 5-sty tene and stores; Mary 1 Neilson agt Ella Realty Co et al; dtio, $1* 123 26 U0.e0S60etC' $-'71:,;,0; L'J the plalntiff for v-^?T,^r, B-v Het>ry Brady N^H!'?,T,'K ST- 167- w -*? 68.7 n Stanton. <nf.&X47.G, ;>-sty teno and stores; Caro line c Coutts et al agt Saml Siser et al; due, $10,572.37; taxrs.?etc, $262.60; to the piaintllr for S15-.000. 1:''''.!:! .ST' r,17-r'-> vv*. n s, 250 w 10th av. 137.0x100.5, 2-4 and 5-st> loft bldg; Jennle Lumb agt Charles E Lumb et al ? dU", $11,750; taxes, etc, $7,200.48; ad journed to January 31. Catholic Charities Buy Yonkers Building as Club for Girls The Catholic charities of the arch diocese bought the property at 132 Lo cust Hill Avenue. Yonkers. The build? ing is to be used as a club for the Catholic young girls and women of Yonkers. The property is assessed for $41,750. The club is to be conducted on the pattern of the Carroll Club, of Xew York, which prove . to be a great success. Thomas S. Burkc was th? broker. Recent Buyers of Realty Morris Jacobowitz is the buyer of 132 Ridge -Street, sold recently. E. Sharum is the buyer ' oT 228 Cherry Street, northeast corner of Pel ham Street, a six-storv loft, sold re? cently through John R. and Qscar L. Foley. ? Wi'Jiam Hagedorn, coal dealer, is the buyer of the store building at the northeast corner of Fordham Road and Morris Avenue, recently reported. Standard Oil Man Acquires Corner Residence in Bronxville Robert K. MacLea sold for tho Brookside Homes, Inc, a "new Colonial residence and garage on large plot at Kimball Avenue and Allerton Street, BronxvilVe, to William B. Vanderhoof, of the Standard Oil Company. The property was held at $35,000. Broadway Lofts for Clotbiers Frederick' Fox & Co., Inc, leased the j first loft 814 Broadway to the Boys' ; t'lothing Company and the sficond loft | to Jacob Herman, -. Fire Record ! A M. Lo9?. 12:15?225 W. 25th st., Mary Dwyer .Unknown 5:50?332 Cherry st., unknown ... .Trifllng 7:40?24 W. 30ih st.. Maxwell Sll verman, Button Mfg. Co...Trifllng 8:30?22 Lenox av., lsidore Jack? son .Unknown 9:20?160th st. and St Ann's av., the Bronx Auto Truck tnstltute' Bquipmcnt Co. I'nknown 9:30?16 E. 114th st., Joseph Scherlc .Unknown 10:35?22 Tompkins st., Brand Cot? ton Mills Co.Trifiing 10:7,0?6-8-10 Gouverneur Slip, truck in vacant lot, Max Blass..TrlflIng P. M. i 12:40?209 W. 63d st., Lucy Josepha j I'nknown 2:15?218 Bowery, unknown;... .Unknown I 2:36?205 Henry st.; M. Friedman. Unknown I 3:56?229 B. 121st st.; Sarah Ruben stcin .1'nnnown I 4:00?4:;2 Columbus av.; John Par rosi .Unknown 4:26?233d st. and Strand av., the. Bronx; vacant lot.None 4:40?2 l (> li. TiOth st.; unknown.Unknown 4:40?209th st. and Webster av., the Bronx, N. Y. Central R. R...None 4:50?2-4-6 Tompkins st.; Kregal ,fi , ?lmfhetman and others... Unknown 5:,'75?lSlld st. and Washington av., the Bronx; brush.None '6:00?417 It;. 71st st.; John Nemiecik. srfght 6:45?1300 Madison av.; Potter Bros. liiknnwn 7:05?Paulding av. and 22(ith st., tha Bronx' .None BUSINESS CARDS Do'gs, Birds, Poultry, Etc. BOOK ON DOG* DISEASES And How to Feed America's Ploneer Dog Mediclr.es Mailed free to any address by the Author II. CLAY GLOVER CO., INC. 118 WEST 3IST ST.. NEW YORK' Carpets I 500 TARPS PT.A1N BROWN WH.TON'S ! 200- yards pearl gray, 6.U00 yards green, : blue, taupe, red, old rose, plain. tnixed, ! Wiltons, Sloanes, Axminsti rs. Brussels, I carpets for home, office, showrooms; $1, i FT! yard up. Halls, stairs, fn,-. -;,,-. RUGS, all sizes, all prices. $7.5". $27.50, $62 50 up. Large, small, Oriental, Berlin and Chinese | rugs sacrlflced. MAKING OVER CLEAN |ING. !,\YING, DYEING, REPAIRING, REWEAVING. RELIABLE, REASON? ABLE, BEAUTIFUL. Stlrlings, Inc, 624 | Madison ave. (50th st.), Plaza S8::5. Diamonds, Jewelry, Etc. DIAMGNDS *)ought ana iold for r-nsh from Indlvlduals or estates BENNETT. 17t Broadway. 2d floor. Furniture ! OFFICE AND COMMERCXAIj FURNI TI' R B At Greatly Reduced Prices We off, r new but sllghtly Imperfect onk nnd mahogany desks, chalrs, filing cabinets, card casea, etc. Insptction in vlted. JACOB BARSKT, 1 Beaver St. PARLOR SUITE at half price. manufao. turer's floslng out sale; tapestries. velours and real leather; S55 up; every . article i9 guarantced. Period Upholsterer I Manufacturlng Co., Inc., 274 West 145th st. I WE PAY hr;hest prtces for furniture, pianos, anilques, ^hric-ti-brac, booka, art, 1 etc. GABAY. 88 Unlversity Piace. Stuy I vee:ant 2377. POS1TIVKLY pay hlghest cash for furnl ture, rugs, planos, etc. MAURICE. 121 Universuy pl. Phone Stuyvesant 5.'>ri7. Lamps and Lampshades FLOOR AND TABLE LAMPS MADE; silk ahades made and recovered; lamps al tered from electrlctpy to gas and vice versa; small cabineta made and repaired. SLNGLETON STl'Ij^O. 242 W. 132d ST. Machinery MACITINE SHOP with 3.000 equare feet deslres work. Aniendola. 4ifl E. lOoth Sl i'iannii and Musual Instruments STEINWAY P1ANOI..V, BABY. PARLOR Grandfl and I'piighi!'. Mason Hamlln Baby Grand and Uprltaht, Grands, I'prlghts. Player Planos for .Sale nnd Rent, Eyck ? Kimber lin, 117 East 34th; 374 Columbus Ave. (78th). Upholstery and BeddinK SANDER SUSS Upholsterer, Docorator & Cablnm Mak?r KeltaMe work, roasonnble prices. Fs*. 1X8 2. RlilNEUAHDER 7DS4. ?:A)1 East ?3d ^t riMKH.Sl\WR!N(-.. Interro? .decorntlng, draporlnr. Formerly with Sherry. I'hona Clrcle 2175. George Roctor, ?U Sixth avo. Want Advertisements Help Wanted Business Cards Boarders Wanted EnrToyaenf A*e?c*?a Situations Wanted Bosiness Oeportn'Mries_Ftnf Jsked Room* Lost, Fo-iad andlttwardt LOST, FOUND A D REWARD JL.OM '? Ladv's valuable platinurn wrtst watch, set with diamonds and sapphires, in taxlcab going from Mc.Mpin Hotel to 44th st. and Lexington av. and return. be? tween 3:45 and 5 p, m. Sunday; very lib era! reward and no questlons asked. Harry Atwell, 25D 5th av.; phone Madison Souare 953 or 13*30. LOST?Dog; Sunday afternoon; wlre-hatred fox terrier: female; all white, except black patch on*fsead>; reward if returned to Henry A. Colgate, 116 E. 33d st; telephone Plaza i 2830. $300 REWARD for fur soa'f lost in front ! of Beaux Art* Cafe Saturday evening, 8:30. Francis Marion Tho,mson, 1S0 Fifth! av.>.; 4th floor, north. Telephone Gramercy 5029. No questlons asked. LOST?Necklace with blue stones on Ohurch av. bus, between Ocean Parkway and Flatbush a\.. or on Flatbash Lane,! between Church and Beverly 13d.. Brooklyn.; Telephone Flatbush 3939; reward LOST?Saturday niglit, between S p. m. j and 2 a. m. at Lyrlc Thea.re or Zlegfeld Roof. small gold leather purse containlng 1)1 ank checks, monev, diamond scarf J.m. Llbera) reward. Plaza Hotel. * ost BankbooKs LOST?Bankbook No. 822,001 of the Vnion Dime Savings Bank is misslng; any ner son having a 'a' to it is hereby called upon to present tho sat:..- within ten days or submft to having said passbook can celed and a new one Issued. LOST?Bankbook No. 120.1SG, of the Ex celslor Savings Bank, 7!3 West 23d st. Payment stopped. Please return to bank. LOST.?Bankbook No. 143,7.45. of the Ex celslor Savings Bank, Vii West 23d st. Payment stopped '?. use return to bank. LOST?Bankbook No. 100,576 of the Bx . Isloi Savings Bank, 7j \V. 23d st.; pay menl stopped; please return to bank. LOST Bankbook, No. 141,405, North Rlver Savings Bank, 33 W. 34th st.; payment stopped; kindly return to bank. LOST?Bankbook No. 347.777., North River Savings Bank, 31 W, ;!4ih st.; payment stopped; kindly return to bank. FLRN.SliEU ROOMS TO LET Last Side 85TH, 133 EAST?Splendid aceofnmuda tiuns; one large and small room. HOTEL NASSAU Hfth St., bet. Madison and Park Avea Rooms with pri"at? bath, $15 weekly upward: all hotel eomforls. TELEPHONE PLAZA 3100. West Side 50TH. 5 WEST?2 rooms and bath; up to datc; completely, comfortably furnlahed; I service; meals if desired. C8TH ST? 38 WEST?Large, slnglo room. with electrlclty und ru-ming water. Tele phone convt ni< nt. 126TH ST., 25 WEST?Large room. steam 1. t. prlvate famlly; S7.50; gentlemen, Robi ison. HOTEL BRADDOCR, 326th st. and 8th ave.?Single tooms, $2 a day; double rooms, $3 a day; single room v.ith bath. $?? a day; single room by thi week, $:> up. ROOMS with hot and cold running water; telephone in each room; $12.7.0 upward. Hotel Normandle, cor. B'way and 38th ot. Phone Kit.iroy 64 42 TEASDALE RESIDENCE? Chaperonage girl studen's, also young women, during parents' abserce; references. 225 W. 72d st. Uolumbus 3691. $17.50 Per Week Permanent : Rooms with prlvate bath; modern hotel service; 12 story tireproof building. llot.-l ABERDEEN. 32d St.. between 5th Ave. and Broadway. PHONE PENNA 1600. l'MTItMS!!i:n ROOMS WANTED " AMERICAN business woman deslres two or three rooms; housekeeping; reason able; city or vicinlt-y. C, !i27 Columbus av. HELP WANTEI) FEMALE Domestic COOKS. waltresses; cook houseworker, bachelor's apartment; maids, nursery governesses, couples, cook, useful butler. 602 6th uv.. Jacquin's Agency. HOUSEWORKER, general, white woman; two adults, two children; reference. Phone Maasfleld 718. 'J44 East 34th st., Brooklyn. HOI SEWORKEli, general; good home; fam? lly of four. Phone Audubon 1SS3, between 10 and l to-day. Mi.scellaneous ' Assistant Superintendent of nurses for 55-bed hospital; must be pre pared to teach student nurses Write or apply People's Hospital, 203 2d av. MODELS, STZE 16. attractive, showroom; experienced, wi.th ladies' suit house; long season; good salary. ROSENSCHEIN BROS., 11-13 E. 26th St. NURSE GRADUATE For floor or night duty Write or apply Peaple's Hospital, 203 2d av. SECRETARY?Chrlstlan, to exec'utive of large printing firm. Write, giving full particulars of experience and salary. Box 551, 20'* Cable Bldg. YOUNG WOMAN. with high school or teacher's tra|nlng; winter in South; salary $1,800 tirst year; transportation an i bonus. II. T.. Box 108, Station F. Manhattan. Tnstruction I COME ANY M3NPTE after 6 p. m. for see retarial, bookkeeplng. English. accountlng S'hone Beckman 272::. Night-day. Booklet Drake Busine3s School. Tribune Buiid.ng WANAMAKER BEAUTY SCHOOL, 3t>3 Fifth ave., near 36th st. HELP WANTED MALE CANVASSERS?We need five experienced house-to-house canvassers to seii an 1 de liv.-r independent Tung'sten and Nltrogen lamps on a 47. per cent comrnission basis; several of ..ur men earning $40 weekly. Apply 10:30 to 12 Manhattan Lamp Co., 40S W. 34th- sl. Instnction T R A F F I C M A N'AOEMEST $200 TO $600 PER MONTH. | Exceptlonal opportunities are now offered ! In Domestic and Export TrafTic Manage ment, men-competent to handle the work are puid $2,600 to $10,000 per year. National Associatiorr. of Tratilo Experts wil! select a limited number of men who nre ambl ' tious, train them and assist them to posi ' tions when competent ; men se'.eeted must be 21 to 40. common school ? iu .t:i"n. mast ? be will to devote their spare time in ac I qulring lmpo.-t.ant technlcal knowledge. Ref ? erence Library furnlshed. Selection by per I sona! Interview. For appointment phone Beekman 8737, or addrtss A W Rham ' stme, Manager. S2I Tribune Bldg., 154 Nas | sau sl.. New Vork, N. Y. j LEARN TO BE A CHACFFECR?Pleasant, profltahle work; day and evening claaaes. ! Send for free booklet and visitor's paas ? Wtst Side Y. M. C. A.. 306 West 67th st. AL'TO INSTRUCTION, $35 Day, evening; Cadillac, Siudebaker. Mit? chell. B &. M. Co.. 1303 Lexington ave (SSth). S1TI ATJONS WANTED FEMALE Commercial STBNOORAPHER-SECRETARY; knowl odge of bookkei ping: ex perlcnced, re? flned. 17). Smith, S IS EojjT lS7lh st. Chambcrmaids CHAMBERMAin-WAITRESfl or KITCT7 enmaid; young Irish giil; new arrival; city preferred. K.. Miss Hofmpyer'a Agen? cy. 10 B.' 43d st., 3d lloor. Telephono R'.'47 Murray Hill. C II A M BBRMAID ? Assistant waltress; young, willing worker. highly reoom mendod. N.. Mt.is Hofmayer's Agency, 10 B. 4;ia st.. 3d floor. Tel. 8947 Murray Hill. SITUATIONS WAXTED FEMALE j Chambermaids _ | CHAMBERMAID (Protestant), ver* neat. J thorotighly experlcnced. highly . recom- ' mended; country preferred. $59. i Mra. i Mason'a Agency, is West 43d. CHAMBERMAID. young. English woman; Canadian and American references. D., ' Miss Hoffmayer's Agency. 10 East 43d ?t., S<3 floor. Tel. Murray Hill 8947. ! CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS ?Two neat. ' bright, lately arrived Irish girl* nice , appearing; city. Mra. Mason'a Ag; aev, 18 West 43d. CHAMRERMA1D. seamstress. willtng and rellable; exeellent references. Lang A Boecherer Co., 43 West 33d st. CHAMBERMAID, assist with children; country preferred. Misa FluGerald's Bu? reau. 366 Fifth av. Cooks COOK and CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS ?Young Irish girls; together; good ref orences. C.. Miss Hofmayer's Agency. lt E. 43d st? 3d floor. Tel. S947 Murray HIU. COOK, young English woman; exeellent cook; Canadian; references. S.. Miss Hoffmayer's Agency, 10 East 434 et., ii floor. Tel. S947 Murray Hill. COOK and BUTLER?Middle-aged . couple: small family; good workers. T., Mis* Hofmayer's Agency. 10 E. 43d st.. 2d floor. Telephone 8947 Murray Hill. COOK?Capable Irish girl; $70; city or country; two years last piace. Miss Shea's Agerrcy. 6 E. 41st st. Murray Hill 6774. COOK, also waltress; young, competent: city or country; together or separate. best referencea. Lang & Boecherer Co., 43 West 33d ?)t. COOK; middle-aged; exeellent 3 years' ref? erences. A., Miss Hofmayer's Agencv, 10 E. 43d st., 3d flisor. Tel. t>947 Mur. H117. COOK. neat, tlioroughly experlenced; e\ cellent references; city, country; $8v. Mrs. Mason's Agency, 18 West 43d. COOK, young; good manager; exceptional references. Miss Fltzt lerald's Bureau, 38* Fifth av. Day Workers DAYWORKERS. half time: houseworkers. colored; best references. Sealev Agencv Aurlubun 2798. W.OM v N, German. wishing to do day worl.. washlng and cleanlng. Kindly apply 21S E. 7Sth st. 0 General Houseworkers, Etc. HOUSEWORK?Young French couple an* mother: man understands farm work, ex-soldler; work of family; country pre? ferred; moderatc wages. L., Mias Hof mayer's Agency, 10 E. 43d Ft.. 3d floor. HOUSEWORKBR?Capable; youny . apart? ment preferred; $70; exeellent referencea Miss Shea's Agency, 6 East 41st. Murray 11:11 0774. HOUSEWORKBR, Finjilsh; newly landed; wllling; very neat. Sampson's Agency. 7 vi Lexlngton ave. COLORED GIRL, general housework; ne wasliing; references, 214 W. filstst. Alston. COLORED GIRL, general housework; nc washing; references. 214 W. 61st st Huggins. Laundresses, Etc LAUNDRESS?First-class. capable worker. well recOmmended. Lang & Boecherer Co.. 43 West 33d at. LAUNDRESS ? Take homo Washlnf Mrs. Froedson, Plaza S375. 166 East 62d st. Nurses, Etc. CHILD'R NTJRSE?Infaht or small chil? dren; exeellent 3 years' references. F. Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 10 E. 43d st., 3<7 floor. Telephone 8847 Murray HIH CHILD'S NURSE, very neat,' tlioroughly experlenced; exeellent referencea: city or Brooklyn; $60. Mrs. Mason'a Agencj is WesI 4:;d. INFANT'S M'RSE?Swede; trained ; Amer loan and Danish referencea; very rellabR. S., Miss Hofmayer's .Agency. 10 E. 43d et., 3d floor. Telephone 8947 Murray Hill. INFANT'S NURSE, first cJass, exceptional ly competent, conscientlous; excellen" ref.renees; city; $75. Mason's Agency, 18 V esl 43d. Vanderbilt 905.3. INFANTS' NURSE. experltneed, highly recom'mended; willlng and capable tc take older children. Lang & Boecherer Co., 13 West 33d St. NURSE for Infant or growing children; re fined American Protestant; $70, any where, Miss Shea's Agency. 6 E, 41st st. Murray Hill 6774. NURSERY GOVERNESS -Young Frenrh Swlss; no experience; speaks French anc Italian. t'-nches music. E., Miss Hofmay? er's Agency, 10 E. 43d st.. 3d floor. Tel? ephone 8947 Murray Hill. NURSE, youn". Protestant; thoroughl) capable, <?>? eptlonal. Miss FlUsGerald'E Bur au, 366 Fifth av. NURSE, thoroughly capalile; country pre ferred. exceptional. M.ss FiysGerald'i Bureau, 3';o Fifth av. NURSE, young. English; 'u,> children; <x ceptional. Miss FltzGerald's Bureau, 3t< Fifth av. Waitresses WAITRESS-PART.ORMAID (North Ire? land), neat. nice appearlng, excellen* referencea; $65. Mrs. Mason's Agency. 1! West 13d. Va Pderhll t_^n53. WAITRESS, tlioroughly capable; excellein'' -eferences. Misa FltzGerald's Bureau, 36'1 Fifth av_ Mlace!lanfotj? BRTC.ITT young Irish girl, newly arrived. as kltchenmald or useful; city only; $4t Miss Shea's Agency, 6 East. 41st. Murray Hill 6774, KITCHENMAID?Young Iiish gtrl; city references. M.,'Miss Hofmayer's Agency 10 E. 43d u>... 3d floor. Tel. 8947 Mur. Illli KITCHENMAlp ? Swedish; newly landed: neat. Sai ipson's Agency. 784 Lexingtott ave. Plaza 5005. KITCHENMAJD. young, inexperSenced. wlll? ing' io learn. Miss FltzGerald's Bureau, 306 Fifth av. LADTES' MAID. German. French; exeel? lent seamstress; wllling and o'ltglng; best referencea. Lang & Boecherer Co., tt W< st 3 3 1 st. TWO OIRI?S ? Waitress. chambermsld: , separate or together: both flne any where. Miss Shea's Agency. 6 E. 41st st. Murrav Hill 17774._ GIRL. cdor?d. wl hes half time. Ethei Jones, r. 1 West ;i9th st. SITUATIONS WAXTED MALE SECRETARY?WANTED, POSITION AR SECRETART TO GENTLEMAN OI: I.APY OF MEANS. BY MAN OF EXPER IF.NCE. INTELLIGENCE AND BREED ING; SATISFACTORY REFERENCES. r> 2S7. TRIBUNE. CARPENTER (Spanish), experlenced me char.ic. wants steady work. Louis Oall lnrd, 142 West 143d st.. Apt. 15. BUTLER ? Neat, nice appearlng (Flll pinol, thoroughly experlenced, exeellent : references; $>?[>" Mrs. Mason's Agency, ltt West 4 3d- Vanderbilt 905 3._ j BUTLER?Young Frenchman. exeellent. 4 years' reference. P.. Miss Hofmayer's 1 Agency. 10 E. 4 3d st.. 3d floor. Telepnona IP'1**" Murri'y Htn._ * ; BUTLER, useful. or houseman: neat young j Greek; experlenced; $76; exeellent refer eneea. Miss Bhea's Agency,, 6 East 41st 0 I Murray Hill* 6774. | CHAUFFEUR, white, wishes position; ears ful driver: wllling. obliglng; 6V& yeart rel'.-r^nces; Jersey license. Q^83. Trlhuns. j COLORED COUPLE ? Chauffeur-butler wife, cook or nurse-sramstress; $14?; r? I flntd, capable. Miss Shea's Agency. 0 ? ' 4'sl st. Murray Hill 6774. ! COLORED COUPLE?Butler, useful, ex? eellent cook, capable. well reeommended ? $130. Miss Shea's Agency, 6 E. ?i?t mt' Murray llill 6774. COUPLE?Cook. hnusewerker and outdoar man; $140; responnlbin people. S'oea's Ae.-mv. t; Kast 41st st. Murray Hill 677t. BNOLIBH COUPLE?Butler useful- excel , lent cook; entlro work: $150; anvwhers flne references. Miss Shea's Agency 6 Eaa-i 41st st Murray Hill 6774. ???'.] JAPANESE , COOK-nUT*L?lT^rRellabIe. efficient. Hiodrrn furnlsUing. 106 Was: 46th. Bryant 7J67.