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$ddJe State? Oil Plans
To Absorb Subsidiaries
fa-re??* in Capital Fjrjra$16*.
Kt^ to $30,000,000 First
Step in Reorganization
i ??ri*l meeting of th? ?tockhold
* #f the Middle Statet Oil Cornora
? h?i &?<n c?!,*d f0r JaTUlRry T> t0
il on a propose ??*?*?* in th? au
?*d ?fH* from IW.000.000 to
tS9.000.000 to acquire by exchanga HI
>Tftoek ?f controlled compa??a bed
v"ts pub!*. The?? include the Im
Ltf Oil Corporation of Delaware and
^Dominion Oil Cornp*"?.
%ve ???ant ootttandinf stock of
??die Stares 0? ls ***"^000- E*"
r' of the new stock for shares of
'?btndiary companies would require
?121000* additional, after which the
?al ?mandil WOttW be J82,8T1.W0.
?a aakinj all th? exchanges and ac
?i,-en?, P- n- SaMatfala, president,
?Ttlal a total of l?.228f? par value
Ti'ock would be acquired in exchange
\\ j- 2SS51 par value Middle States
edition to this, likewise, by
?eck sxetaa?! Ot money payments."
?plained, "cor indmg
;;? . j tries would
., |Cq - ' a total of
?at s?o?ding ?892,000 par valu? of
Ikidl* States Oil stock would "
Sarixei T ating our group
?ompanies -nor Middls States own
mai?, the su int of out?tand
??, stock of tko enti3re group upon
?nwh dividends are being paid would
shetrsn lacrea? in Middle States stock
hut a st;;'- v?ase
, 19,227 QOC >r a ' se In out
0, to which
t th? part
-eraii'.p sad stock >f Imperial
.
'"-the total c~eun saving annually In
?Mcends at the current date, by rea?
son of this ?et Stock reduction. would
be sporo-ir.?- WO."
-- *
Lumber Demand Slack
Low Grade Yellow Pine Prices
Lower
TeHow pine demand has slackened
7.?r? than demand for other struc
?eods -' lullnoss oi th
tuber market, accor ling to this week's
?view by "".." ber," and prices have
sof?er.?d proportionately, the common
grades s.t? mesa than
os cp?er grades, fever price ehi
--*re report? "han last,
sturerer, and general opinion is that a
fair decree of " '???ill prevail over
the holidays tanges have
issen made il i fir price?, but
sestfoned for
77' ear tiding ndicates an upward
tea?eaej rrades.
Hardwood fallen to hoii
iay proportions, but there is little
prsstUW on the market and values are
:'a:r!y stable at levels recently estab
lished
????? i ? a%> .?
Mav Reorganize Road
Pl,an9 on Foot to Aid the Ten?
nessee Central
NASHVILLE, Xenn., Dec. 16.-?State
sent that an application has been for
nzded to the Interstate Commerce
-.7 for permission for re
-rgsr.'.rt.t.cn of the Tennessee Central
P?Silroad, which for some time has
HKB :r. the hands of a receiver, was
??de to-day by Rodger3 CaldweU,
MO ber of a 2\.ashviiie banking rirm
which is said to be heading the move
?tat
is of the oroposed reorganiza?
tion plan have n^t been m
7ut ?? aid th
road Come r given its
spprcv?;: The railroad exten is from
Sopkinavilie, Ky., to Harriman, Tt-r.r..
Apartment and Store Buildings
To Go Up on Brcnx Siles
Louis Gold & Co. sold the n< rl
comer of Walton Avenue and East
Bist Street ! 3 Seelig, Fi
Wolfing I rooklyn, who will en t
a one--' ? esa building contam?
ina eiirr.t stores.
--. =old for J<
:
the ea
? -
Philip Wattenberg, who will erect u
garage.
- Realty Company
chased for improvement with a five
story .' the plot. 100x157, at
Use soutbwe t corner of Clarke
?nd Gran:: Concourse, from a client of
It?pard Dressler. The B nenson com
""? I the j -.120, on the
:-ter Avenue, 300 feet
?rcth ?street, to a client of
>any.
Samu? ? sold for improvement
~!th a one-story business building to
?dient of Douglas ? Gettell the
32?l3l:: ...-, at the norl
?amer of Kingsbr . i a::J Webb
Avenue,
Aaron Miller, I i chased for
an ?partment house operation the plot,
176x100, at the southwest corner of
?wme Avenue and 192d Street, from
the Devoe estate.
Expk
Iorerg Buy New Home
in West 76th Street
The Explorers' Club, of which Vilh
-??''-' 7, the explorer, is
President, purchased from the Du Bois
g*?**. --': W --sixth Street, a
??r-ator e, 22x102.2. near Co
?Jrtbns \: nue.
Tne ^r:' ? of which Dr. Fred
*Hck A. Lewis, a director of the Amer
*?n Museum o? Natural Histnn,', is
^president, t.- at present located at
Mi Amsterdam Lvenue, Ihe ci:?b was
jorned twenty years ago. P.obert D.
???man. 7..r'>r)netor of the Hotel San
^o, is its treasurer and Isaiah Bow
??, a director o? the American Geo
?f>Wleal Society, is secretary.
.? ?
Fire Record
;;?ftZt Av""-'* C; unknown.... Trifllni
j.,?_.l*1-'liEi .r
??-?? 31 iTast Broadway;
t..*b''"'" .Unknown
i-i'Cl'.'? '"u"" E?-. -? Cohen. .Unknown
t",l, "'. unknown.Unknown
. av., Bronx; LUlian
l-?-_?.**ey .Unknown
?'. ' .. av. ?JU8I
..,,. .V' til known
' -? ?*?l litith et.: Joseph Hor
Hi jjoiiL .Unknown
j.??"*v-u ??t av.; unknown... I n.snoivri
""~ , St. ; Ad;er & Stetn
??.p rr''' .l.'nimown
' 7"4' Sedg-wtck av. ; Jamss W:a
?l.-U_f''maii .Unknown
::'?tk_~ r"V .Trifltnc
?-? ^ .-.?,t Mla ?, Eugen
?.H. nor .Unknown
"* '""..* -pous av.; Hora
!?iL?e,w|* ???.. i oknown
M. ?---?i:a- ;.-., lti?? Bronx:
!:U--??? n,owr' .Lriitnown
-?st- Monroe st.. Ab? I'eaner.
*l?~.i^. ~ l'nknown
?-1-2 W. ij4th ?t., Ku8!<) Crat,
ts0_^M. _. k U n* no wn
???Z Webster ?.v., David 11 ?
? 'l~.-- , L'nknown
???}?* ??'S f'rand ?.vs., autn of
? :?i>.?ff^" ??blnaoa .unknown
?:??-_)o i i.i:3th Bt- unknown?.Unknown
'-.V.? ? ''?. ' ,_ unknown. ...Unknown
IL* ^- l?5th st., Leatei .
?ff -fa xi "?' ' n known
.^Greene ?t . Stlllman Co.Unknown
-?- Sth av., H C Whitney I nknown
?at Jones st., EtlUh & C
Vish
Unknown
novrn
nil El<Jr1?sr* st., Jacob WI?h
?.^'?7 "'? "??S Non : River, ?? ow
I ?:?... ??r?nsL'- O'Brien Bros.... Unknown
;?;?' of Cii Am?tei -y,m av..
^H^u-':-' ,*? ca' ??? . . .T-iflinp
?:t^;',' .Unknown
j?*ftshlngton
? .Unknown
Real Estate News
$13470,000
Involved in
Two Leases
R. H. Mary & Co. Arrange
New Ground Leases and
Sell 36th St Propertie*;
Knickerbocker in Deal
The Charles F. Noyas Company re?
porta that Frederick Brown has se?
ed through nrbitration from R. H
Macy * Co. a net rental of $1,470,000
in the agr?gate for twenty-one years,
covering the buildings 1817 Broadway,
! 109 West Thirty-fourth Street and 115
to 151 Weit Thirty-fourth Street, re?
pent' v sold to Mr. Brown by the
lMr',,s P. Noyp? Company and Lnu
'. Mr. Brown also
is .-. >stantrll intei 14] to 151
Wast Thirty-fourth Street, and 186 to
140 West rhirty-fifth Street. These
interests have been rented to R. H. I
Macy S: Co. at an additional aggregate' '
net rental of about JT.OOO.Ooi). The
same brokers have placed for Mr. I
Brown with the Title Guarantee and j
Trust Company a loan of $600,000 cov- i
ering the two 100-per-cent-owned pa'r
t*, ,?5&ct ,t0 tho a?T?regate rental
of ?l,470,000, the two properties owned
. ioo per cent by Mr. Brown are valued
at $1,500,000.
Mr. Brown also purchased recently
the North River Savings E
25x100, at 31 West Thir
>] about 5500,000, all cash. Mr
Brown acquired title t the Macy prop?
's las! spring paying all cash a
' me The Charles F. Noyea Company
and Mr. McGuire acted as Mr. Brown's
;era throughout these negot:n
?', and have been appointed agnnt.?
by Mr. Brown for these nroperties
? rank D. Ames was Mr. Brown's ap?
praiser in the matter of determining
the new renta' to be paid by R H
Macy & Co., and William L. de Bost,
; o. the Cruikshank Company, repre?
sented the other owners and Lawson
Purdy, form?r Tax Commissioner, ren
resented the Macv interests in these
, 'case matters. Mr. Brown's purchases
-.- Macy block included the ground
"? ' so '- ions,? is secured not onl;
by the R. H. Macy lease but also by j
? the valuable store property standing o? i
ground.
Sale of 36th Street Buildings
Another deal in which R. IT. Macy & :
? Co. interests are involved has to* do
with the sale by them to the newly
formed 133 West Thirty-sixth Street
Corporation, -'. Morn! 1 Banner presi?
dent, of the ite at 132 ? West Th r
ty-sixth Street, running through to 139
145 West Thirty-fifth Street, which is
to be improved with a twelve-story
office and showroom building. The
property, which fronts 75 feet on each
street, has a total depth of 197.9 feet.
Tho entire operation will call for an
expenditure of about $2.000,000.
A feature of the proposed building
be the Installation of an arcade.
-toros running through from
street to street. The building will be
especially for insurance in-r
. terests and oth?rs in that section.
Lawrence, Blake & Jewell have placed
a loan o: $1.000.000 or. the property!
. with William H. Barr.um & Co. for the
. ? ? era, who expeci
e completed by fall. The pro;
was accumulated by R. H. Macy & ?
last twenty years. Herbert
E. Mittler ?s the treasurer of the buy
: :ng company.
Knickerbocker in Big Lease
The seventeen-story Knickerbocker
ting at the s orner
. Avei ue ith Street, s
. t month by William S. Suasman, Inc.,
nson, to Josephs &
: Zeamans, in a cash deal, - >eer?
ed b; the S .p- "v -g n for
the new owners, who hold the property
under the title of the B-. Hold?
ing Corporation, to tho Wynona Oper?
ating Corporation, Emanuel Joseph
rn nrasipient. " h for a i mg
term of years and calis for an atrgre
gate rental of more than $
The Knickerbocker Building has a
frontage ? ' ' ? * feet on Fifth Avenue
eet > " Sixti i nth Street. It
was erected several years ago by the
David Rothsch d, whose heirs
. it two year- ago to Mr. Natanson.
Demand for Business
Space in Many Section*
Furniture Concern Is to Pav
$250,000 Rental for Store '
in Forty-fifth Street
The Brett &. Goode Company leased
the store, basement and mezzanine in
p the new building at 35 to 39 West
ty-fifth Street to the Alwar Desk
j Company at an aggregate rental of
1 about $250
M. & L. Hess, Inc., have leased space
the ninth floor a* 285 Fifth Avenue
to Coyle & Gilmore Company, Inc.,
stationers; space at 30 Esst Twenty
third Street to the Near East Relief
and offices in the Hess Bui: : ...
to 360 Fourth Avenue, to the Little
her Library Corporation.
S. M.. Hirsch ? Co. ?eased for the
Imperial Investing Corporation the
ninth floor in 22 to 26 West Thirty
second Street to th? Silver Costume
Company; also space at 144 West
Twenty-seventh Street to Emil Weiss.
am Silverman leased the
nineteenth floor at 305 Seventh Ave?
nue to S im on, Goodman & Lipsb.itz;
the fourth floor at 104 to 108 M st
Twenty-seventh Street to Edelsa
nufacturing Company. and the
: floor at. 31 to 37 West Twenty
seventh Street to Schwartz & Ehren
! Teich.
Spear & Co. leased space at 152 and
: 154 West Twenty-fifth Street to Din
nerstein & Blum, manufacturera of
aring apparel; the stove at
32 Fifth Avenue to Oscar Fulda,
? and basement at 455 and 437
.. Broadway to Robinson & Frid
? -, the eighth floor at 699 Broadway
. p G. & L. System, cutters of men's
clothing, and offices at 799 Broadway to
N. Buttle and the Surplus Clearing
'"'". Frank L- Fisher Company leased
through Cross & jeVown the seventh
floor m the Sterlin ze Building,
16 and 18 East Fortieth street, to the
i United Jewelers, Inc.
The Cross & Brown Company leased
i space in the Fisk Building, Broadway
and Fifty-seventh Street, for the salt?
of cigars, cigarettes and box candy to
: Martin Jurist and Samuel Shearn;
offices to L. G. Leonard; a!.
ger R. Hal!, David M. Liebler and
p Cooney.
Carstein & Linnekin. Inc., leaseu
'-.pace at 442 Fourth Avenue to Charles
Fabersaat, Rothschild & Co., Inc.; Wil
| liam T. Balmer & Co., Inc., with M. &
i L. He3s.; Haupt & De Picciotto. with
: M. & L. Hess, and the Max Lippman
Textile Company, at 215 Fourth Ave?
nue, a floor to Weber & Hailbroner.
with Manning & Trunk; spac* to the
Fletcher Hardware Company, Ltd., and
the Henry E, Frankenberg Compi r
floor at 126Fifth Avenue to Leo I.ewek;
at 2^8 to 27G Fourth Avenue, space to
-oiigman; a Soar to L, Ditnnen
j baum's Sons &, Co. und Hirschberg,
itz & Co.; a floor at 133
? th Street to G. P. Putnam's Sons:
in floor at S3 to 57 West Thirty-sixth
? Bloom <v Weene, with W. H.
;? ? cka; a floor at 450 to 454 Fourth
nue to Winemlller * Miller, Inc.,
\
and WUIU?a & Say?of, Inc.: space at
886 Broadway to Irving M. Hotkln arid
the New York Economic Service Bu?
????u: fipao? rit 808 Broad-way to Abra?
ham Zucker, the Empire Hosiery Com?
pany and Samuel Friedman; space ai
44 East Thirty-fourth Street to Mrs
Riceardr* Martin and William H. t\
Brought on; spa,??? at .1-11 to 847 Fifth i
Avanue to dit- Hoban Receiver Holder
Corporation; at rir?n Lexington Avenue
to Walter Pleuthneri at 22] Fourth
Avanue to the Kind ? Harrison Plush
pa n y and Corne iua P, Toomey, and
166 Hrnoino Street to the Preston
The Duross ..'ornpnny lerisod for
anagb Brothers to V. Borgemeister .'
Co a loft r.: 89 and 91 Warren Street,
ar.d to .Tu!,\ii Rudolph 3,000 square teet
at UM Fulton Street.
H. C. Kopp & Co. iea??.?a offices in the
National I ity Annex Building *n Van
Buren & Gormley, Kevork Costifcvan
and Bloodgood ?v S ?!?-?? rmnn.
Pense A Elliman leased the ?tor? nt
511 Madison Avcnno to Fanny McCor
mac ?"or a sport wear shop.
The HBtTfr.s^rom - Callen Company
leased the store at. 2 Rnd 4 Bank Street
to Louis G. Norlzaan.
$15.763.808 Loaned
For New Homes and
Farm Properties
Metropolitan Life Advances
$2.602,250 for Houses
and Apartments Herr
to House 654 Families
_
Th? Metropolitan Life Irrr
Company yestrrday authorized mor*..
g*s*?e loans amounting to i515,76r?,S08, of
which S3.2T?,000 were farm loans and
512,-190,803 were hous'Tigr and businsrs
loans. One hundred and sixty loans
for a total o? $917,250 were made on
dwelling's in this city to provide resi?
dence for 259 families, and nin?? loans
for $1,685.000 on apartments in this
city to accommodate 495 famines.
These loans were wideiy scattered,
some being* made in each of the five
boroughs of tire greater city.
Outside of New York 4<i0 loans wem
made on one-family houses for a total
of $1,656,000, and on forty-six upart
merts to accommodate 292 families for
a total of $592.iVrO. These housing1
loans outside of New York were scat?
tered in New Hampshire, Massachu?
setts, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Soi
Carolina, North Carr.iina, Alabama,
Tennessee. Georgia, Florida, Illinois,
Indiana, Wisconsin, Ohio, Iowa, .>
souri, Kanr-as, Nebraska. Oklahoma,
Montana. California. Minnesota and
New York?sevenl y-i:,ve cities irr
twenty-three states. About $250,000
was loaned for houses in and arr-in-i
Chicago. One loan was made, on n
hotel in a dir rant city for about $4.
000,000. In the total are inclu I
..-; on business bui'.dincs for S3.740.
Farrr: loans wer?- in the states of
Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia,
Iowa. In.liana. Illinois, Kansas, K-n
tucky, M 3 Minnesota, M .
Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma.
! >uth Carolina, South DaVi^t :? and
T:nr.es3ee.
a -
Peter Cooper Estate Sells
Upper ?i?th Ave. Plot
Th?? Lucerna! Realt? - -.-rOnr:.
controlled by the heir ? ???;-;.: -
of Peter Cooper He I the vacant
plot. ?00.11x100, a: the northeast corner
of Fifth Avenue and 109th tr el
? g - roperty taken ove.r by
r re c ty to form a circle at that poi:;*..
The property, which was valued a*:
0, is ur.restr-.cted and is adant
? r improvement, i* having light
on three sides. J. W. Pace, f the office
of "irsTon & Co., negotiated the deal.
rim Hobs ri. owner of a ftorage
warehour-e on West '? Lst .Street, pur
from Wesslau Brothers th?:'
plot, 25x170, on tin-? n-rrth si'ie of that
thoroughfare, 220 feel east of Audubon
? and extending through to 182d
Street,
\ - iur Harft sold th?- plot. 7B?cl20
on the north side of West 174th Street,
6G feet west of Mac^mVs Road.
New Corner Bronx Houpf*
Among Apartment Trading
The newly completed five-story apart
: ' I . 7? ?'" '
Marion Avenue, 50 feet south of
?old by
? : i rporation, vt. i
Jacob Eidenbach. It was sold subject
to mortgages for ?7.5.f,;,1?.
Frederick Brown bought from S, L.
3750 Third Avenue, a fi* I -
.'.partir, en:, 40x100 William J. Burns
?
Ir. A. Trotta sold for the Victoria
? on, Inc., 2338
aumont Avenue -story apart
tlOO.
Abraham Zauderer, Inc., A
Zauderer president, pui iha ed
: & Prag- r the fit e-story
. ip apartment at 16 Weeks Ave
Samuel Wacht, a1
represented Mr. Zauderer.
Henry Jarek sold to Yetta Taub
the five-story flat, (3x100, at 1027 and
102? Ea?t 138th Street.
REAL ESTATE FOR <ALF. OK RENT
Manhattan
BRO'WNSTONE residence, West End av.,
between 90th and Blol st., to bo sold for
?ess tha a ? ph H.
i, 27 Ceda ' ??? Phone
. 878.
New Jersey
FOR SALE ? '-- . ?P - I? . ' J.
.... .. ( .? - ? ??
slfseping por? n ; i"' i,\.ryi/,.> . a rag
Jfpply 7
. hone Bt 0 J Vt estnel :
TO LET ? OR BUSINESS PIRPOSES
F LE ',.-"?Nassau s near
Lane, 4-story and ce !ar store r.n?i office
building-. K 776, Trib tne, Boa X X.
ap.\ktmk:?;t< io let?fi bnished
Manhattan
73D ST.. 12? WEST (Hotel Nobelton)?
Newly iecorated ani furnished one, tw-i.
- ?-.--. ed, sur
fare :ars, su I ba I 10
[y ar,'i up. fa'! hotel Bervice; restaurant,
; T. (Columbus av.) (Hotel Co'onlai?
?fiewly decorated, furnished, 1?2?3
outside room?, bath : elevated, surface car?,
subway; SCO room, bath, full bote-1 service;
restaurant.
?3D ST., AT M AD ?sor-j av. (Hotel Asnton)
?Newlv decorated and furnished one,
two, three outside rooms and bath; bus?*s,
surface ?*;a, subway, S20 weekly up. full
he el service; r??it.ura?it.
RIVERSIDE DRIVE, : 5th)-?Six
lorner
apart met -? i.nd ?? esl P?
anssion January l rent, $300 mo
m a lease. V. \ uduboi: 7100.
REAL ESTATE IiRt?Ki?lB?
Established ?53.>
Horace 3? Ely & Co
?? REAL ESTATE
Bishop I*.ui!ii,ri<:. ~'.i William Street,
New YorSt
[j E? v3
,m*_: u^ ,.- ci. ^* pRCPER-n
PUBLIC NOTICES
FORMERLY OF WOLF &
il A"-".- ' rokers 100
St., N. V ?". now beiiiK ? <
::... sams under
the ti-, - ' & Hansen
Old Tenement Holdings
Of French Family Sold
Charlea Fierre de Bauf*Bot
Roquefort l?tate of Paris
??vus Down-Town Realtv
E ;! I udlow & Co. sold for the
Battery Park Real Estate Corporation,
William Pr?ger president, two flve
?tory tenements with stores, 55. Px
70.1 i. n* 29-31 Prince Street, northwest
corner of Motl Street, formerly owned
by the estafe of Charlen Pierre de
? t Roquefort, .->f Paris, France
The adjoining house at 27 Princt
Stroel was purchased recently from th*'
.." ? te :'' " bj M ichaol Volino.
Henry Hr><' sold the five-story tene?
ments at 835 to 343 East Thirty-seven!
SI reel 336-7-9 it rich Toner an.
I o ( 'wen Lavelle.
Harold L. Lewi? sold for the Nev
York Trust Company the southwes
! corner of Sixty-fifth Street, and Second
! Avanue, a five-story tenement, 49xl00x
irrpRtilar, to the Wilistone Realty Com
: panv.
The old four-story store and build
87*82, at 495 and 497 Eighth
Avenue, owned by Isidor H. Kcmpncr
lince 1909, have been ?old to a tenant
of the building
Phe five-story flat, S3.9xl00, at 75
East 119th Street, lias been sohl by the
Schalle estate to H, Kantor, through
! Ryan & Co.
The Excelsior Savings Bank sold to
i Josephine Rossi and Amelia Cotidiano a
tenement at 306 East
t, 39.3x125,
Julius Wlhn sold to William F. Ro?
han a five story store tenement at 1510
Third Avenue, 25x105.
The Wadleigh Realty Corporation
sold to ( har?as Garfiel a five-story flat
,\t 2127 Third Avenue, 26x6!
The Donald Holding Company sold
to Richard F. Turner a five-story fiat
ni 2R8 West 141st Street. 2fix00.ll.
Goodwin & Goodwin and B. J. Fobs !
fold for tho eBtate of Maria Loos th? i
flva-story fiat at. 225 West I42d Street i
26x100, to C. S. Johnaon.
Louis Smith sold to Annie Lifshitz \
r tive-atory fiat at C19 West 204th '?
Street, 25x100.
Women Buy and Sell Homes
On Eai?t and Wei?t Sides
Helen I). Shortm?ier and Crace D.
Pricg-? sold to Joseph F. Terriberry a
t .ur-story dwelling at ios West Smsv
'.nt,--second Street, 20x102.2.
The Columbia Trust Company sold to
Otto Rutlshauser a four-story dwelling
at I7H Lexington Avenue. 18.?:
Emil Goodman sold to Bettie Ellis
.i three-story dwelling at 22fi Weal
130th Street, 16.8x99 11.
Alice E. Eager sold to Herbert Aid
nous a three ' ry dwelling at 251
W*?at 134th Street, 15x99.11.
James U. Cruikshanb resold to Gua-i
tav Goldberger 88 Edgecombe Avena?,
a three-story dwelling, 17.8x90, through
Louis George.
Detention Home for Girls
For Jewish Memorial Hospital
Plans have been filed with the Man?
hattan Bureau of Buildings for en
tirely making over the four-story De?
tention Home for Girls at the north?
east corner of Dyckman Street and
Bolton Avenue, into a hospital for the
Jewish Memorial Hospital at an esti?
mated cost of $100,000. Joannes &.
Hyde are the architects.
M? a
Knights of Pythias Buy
The Real Estate Management Com?
pany sold for the Mary G. Pinkney
estate five lota at the southeast corner
of Lenox Avenue and 144th Street to
the Knights of Pythias, who will build
a temple. Th? plot measures 124.1 ">
feet on the avenue and 36 feet on the
street.
Religions Announcements
ADVENTIST
Sevenfh-Day Adven?is? Temple
120th St. ?.su! Lenns At?.
KB. ??'.?'.
Sunday Night: "PROTESTANTISM
TURNING ITS BACK ON THE
BIBLE AND FACING TOWARDS
ROME."
With a Complete Life of Luther In Star?.
optlcon Plctur ?i.
BAPTIST
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Broadway fi';<i 7'ith Str<v?t
pastor i. m. haldeman, d.d.
31 A.M.?"PAUL'S INSPIRED DEFINI?
TION OF THF. ? 'HW?STT WS DK \TH
'VMKRli THE CHRISTIAN GOES VT
DI ATH, WHAT nu STATE IS, VXD THE
CROWN IM' CHRISTIAN MA IHYF
WHO LOVES T5?S, SECOND ( OMINO OF
< HRIST."
S P. M.?"THE ARMAMENT COFNCFf
AND THE POM" I?'"AI. A * 17 MORAL
PROSPECTS OF EUROPE AND A>1 \ IN
T3?E LIGHT OF THE LAST DISCOURSE
OF iHR LORO JES! S CHRIST. !> THIS
COUNCU TO GIVE THF world AN?
OTHER GREAT DECEPTION LIKE THE
PALACE OF PEACE AT THE HAGUE?"
Friday NlyJit, Dwrnb?r 23, * o'clock?
"T.iwfnR and Finding ( 0" Joy of Salvation."
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
'.'?"?. M AVE St P2D ST.
Frank M. Goodchild. D. D., Pastor.
?' ? . : : ?::? on
"\ isions and Revisions"
S Re ? FRED "?' fLSi ?' on
"Preparing ror Christmas"
FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
i ? h St.
'Dr. Cornelius Woelfkin at H.
8 7 ? . < 0.
Dr. Elmer E. Brown,
Chancellor '?? I will ?..^a?? ni
i
Voung Peopl - 'e, 6 F. M.
_ .
Madison Avenue Baptist Church
Madison A to, at 81*t St.
George Caleb Moor, D. D.. Minister
Ever ? ?-v. . ?' 11 A. M an
... f -..-., " -. ? ? n
"? at the
.p.- . ? ? .. " ' -in lay
_
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
FIFTH CHURCH OF CHKIST. SCTENTIET
A Branch of The Mother Church, The Fir?*
Church of Christ. Sciential, in Brmtnr., Massa?
chusetts. Service?: ? unday, 11 A. 7?. ?_* 8 P. 1?.
Wednesday. 8 P. M., in the new Church Edifie?
? East 4Sd Strec '.. u "':Rp.r,r>.';:;tiB!dj.
COMMUMT? cnFRCll
THE COrvfM:S!TY CHURCH o? H. Y
31 A. v r leai '
"RO.MAi: '
and 31th ?!
'
? ?
7 K. BP.OWX, i
"Ps3 oana
CONGREG ITIONAL
Broadway Tabernacle Church
a S "' "? ""?'. STREET
T'.!.- Pastor, DR. JEFFERSON
preach at : : A. M. and - P. M.
? : m Mid v ?? -. ?-. ...
DISCIPLES or CHRIST (Chrlctlaa)
CENTRAL 142 West Biet Street
CHItFSTTAN Or. Fini? S. Idlemuii, Paster.
I ttl H M it 13 A. M.
r 5 ? ? M ?
DIVINE SCIENCE
REV. W. JOHN MURRAY
OF THE
Church of U'e Kealin? Christ
Gran i Ball R n, Wa inrf-Ai! la
1 A. M ibjecl
"The Cultivation of Memory"
at o'clock.
Wednesday Evening Meeting at S o'clock.
Daiiy He e :;ng
A. 12 c. ' " - public
,h '?? .... ? in> i all meetings,
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
CAP!. GIPSY FAT SMITH
Yo.inn Scot? n Evangelltt'a (-'arcrwn? Addri?s
I FIFTH AVE. FRESBYTER1AN CHURCH
? orn >t 55th Ktre??<
Tuesday, Dec. 27, at 8 P. M.
(Pi OS
I Evangelistic Committee of N. Y. C. inc.
I - . id Cent'l Terminal. Phone M. I
THE l MON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
? ? . , ? . . -en ????
' 7' PARKER FITCH, D C >f Am
-.'
Rev. Dr. Samup?l Scbu??uan,
''The Ptncprs That Rule t/'a."
?II. ART: R EL( ome.
I K 1. E S V N \ <; o (. ! E
Carnegi ? Hall?
DR. WISE.
!
. - ? EIM, Gl Li
? . 7 ? ? W ami .
METHODIST EPISCOPAX
st. mus
Afvt ?i St. and
\W?t Knd Ave.
DK. RAYMOND L. FORMAN. MinlstcT.
. ? ' ' i '
.
?rum.
X&..-I. TTv.? Methodist Fpiwopsl,
Satt? ?tie, Paru Ave. and 86th St.
.?'.MFEL W. GRAFFUN, Minutes.
: . A. M. ? ' "he .
; p ii ? 'The <~rO"P?:
st. jAiviiEs r?affi,nthAissrt
Dr. GEORGE L. NTUCKOLLS, Minister.
13 A M.?Dr '' i ... - Ma Mull in.
8 P M ?3 .
METrOPOLIT?H TEKPLZ 7\4hthAf.; *
Rev. George Edwin Richard. D D?
i ??: '.;??:. - lsoD
? P. ML.?Dr. 3 .
ST A N D R ? W'? '*!iril St n-ar
d!. ?RUn^?VJ Columbu.? Ave.
J. LEWIS HARTSOCK. Minister.
11 a. M ?"The i "? - .
Si' - -, _- ? il? ??
W?SHIMGTQN^"^ ;l)?"??;"::
METHODIST EPISCOPAL
?a^iTO&ic. Church. 60?5t.
Ut MUTS??
RtV. ?. wr>M *<?* iOCKMAN. PH O '
atJV. ?.?lU-tVO ? C_?Y. MS. I
"Deliver un :e by
*.-. ?iah."
7?Dr. Willis
NATIONAL BIBLE INSTITCT"
The Natir?nil Bib!? Institute
214 West 3"rh Str^>t. 4:1? ?P. M.
DON O. SHELTON
Subject; '".?on Whose Prayer? Were
\ns.vr-f<i and Why."
NEW CHURCH tSwedenbor?lBa)
NEW "CHURCH
SBth St, h' : ureen Park an : Lexington Aves.
Bible Classes, 1 0 : r 5 Service, i 1 A. JI.
Rev. JOH? GODDARD
Will Preach. SubJ.
"RELIGION' AND BUSINESS."
Baaed on the position of Roger W. Badson. '
NEW THOriiHT
SCHOOL OF THE BUILDERS
?Mrs. Genevi?ve Behrend
T. TROWARD'S ONLY
PERSONAL PUPIL
Sdwyn Theatre
<t2nd ct. west of Broadway),
Lectores Every Sunday. 4:15 P.M.
To-morrow's subject
"FAITH"
"Faith Brings tbe
Realization of Yocr Desires"
MISS VILLA FAULKNER PAGE
SATURDAYS ,^ :., . ?; ?,,
? I :?.-..?? - i . ? .
H . -N londa ?/ Healing
HOTEL MAJESTIC ? ^-??;
OR. AND SIRS. JAMES PORTER MILLS.
. si r h st.,
??'?<? ..: id! ation.
"? . . ?
PRESBYTERIAN
ER!CK CHURCH
ntrh t"inif ?mi ThirtT-?^-*>nth ?Uns^t.
Ministers V-',':,,:i.m pifr*on >??**rrli;,
Theodora Am??vvorfti (.reene,
?"- . :. B-jrl 4
1 t la to Us."
4 P.M. ? 'Tae Ma? -
? indel's "MES
n) ?rtll be sung ;
loui soprano; Rose Bry
ant, -or- :, Arthu ? pnor and
- ?? ; Icklnson.
orpanl . - ilrmaster.
' I ? :-. ..
i Bible Class,.
?
?". . . Lnesday eve- -
? r* a ??very weekday u
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Fifth Avenue, nth ???d 12th St?.
fP.HT. Geore-?- A>3?id'r, D.D.
Minis! rsJ R,?v.Harr? EJmerson Fosdick, "D.D
Rev, Thomas Guthrie iir)'-??r?.
-' "? ? a: d Sunday
'.: I nsd
M ? ? on of
f the llirrims ! ??? F isd : .
'
M iiw5 - : Ser* !i -. W In -s ?a ? t P, *.*
Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
Fifth Avenue ar.:''. Fifty-fifth Street.
,, Rev JOHN KELJI \ ? .
?? "-: t"-T* Re* ?? MES . - : Ph. ?
r K "' LM A S -? I ; r ?a - id 4 30
. Men's Cla is at t?.
.' -. 4. Or .-i- fry G ..b?'--..
" ?:-.:' i T M.
15 i r Midweek Serylce, Dr.
is ilrnan.
rPWTP .*? ? PRESBYTERIAN CTM"RfH
-lj*',-v"-' Madison We. and .17th St.
P-av. Dv/irht W. Wylie, D.D., LL.D.,
Pt stror.
??-.,.
-, . - 'achtnii
. - ? ' > n s t
....
tiona! :.;-?-??.ns
?\mst. '?. ?? .. .-?.r. : D.lth.
DR EDWIN KEIGWIN preuche? !1 Si '?'?
"JESUS ?K NAZARETH." ;'." Christ
? c M? ss all . Solos b:
LOTTA MA3)DE> and WTLLARD WARD.
md ha
NOPTH PRESBYTERIAN CnCR< II
Rev, John R. Maokay, ? D.', LL. ?.. Pastor.
U A. M "?- erg "The Grea ? si
T !?l
?'..- 'Being ? repa red
WEST-PARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
\": - and ?'(... ii ? ,
Rev. ANTHONY II. EVAN;--, I>. D.. Pastor
I VI - ' -?
Evtnin? iubjeel '.-. ??*
e Ch
BROADWAY
PRESBYTERIAN f'HCRCH
way a id 1141 h Street
Mor. Walt.? r Duncan Burhonar., D. D.,
- -. . preach at 11 A.M. a.r.1 ? P M.
2D PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH *??*_
?t>ni.ral Park West at 96th Street.
: ' . '. '.:.:?:.-.
. . P. M.
ST. NICHOLAS AVE. PRESBYTERIAN
ti as A\
? PaeioT.
?
.
Til P ER ? N CflHRCa
? ?v.- ij Xi west End Ave. and oist St
Bdgai WhltaHer Work. D .:.. Pastor
r and evening
i <r:<: w VSIIIN' .
. ? . Uli.
?t -. jt'i?s McNeill, '?.?-?n'r.
Lches I. a
PURITANS
-, ?.
I. sv Get?. J. Rues??.',
Min ster Servi ?? a, : '. as S.
FORT GEORGE?^??SSJ issth ST.
Re? . ma B '? irtiev M M n l&H
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL
S?, Bartholomew's Church
Park Avenue and 51't St.
R-v LETGHTON PARKS, D. D., Rector.
S. 3?i A. M.?Holy Commun Son.
ii a. :.! ?M -r.!*-ig Prayer and Sermon.
LEIGHTON PARKS wi I prea h.
.. ''. i Si 1. ?' .
M.?Evensong and Address.
?? Ye, V.y Peopt?." Han?
del. P Rev .\:b-. t 3 y W ?son
Church of The Hca-c.niy Resi
Fifth Avenne Ab vs *:r:?h StrooL
Service?, S and :r a. II., and ? - 51,
1 1 A. M? Rev. Stuart L. Tyson
? ? Choi ' - Vss i? ..? ?_? .. Servi
Preacher: Rev. C. C. Kennedy.
(AlVARY < HIRfH
??? ?;i Avenue and 21*1 Street.
Rev. Tii,-<t<1?re -riiicwicli. D. D., Re?-?M?T,
' '. and I.
AT THE TOWN HALL
Sunday Morr.inr; at Eisvcn o'clock, December 18, 1921
B. P. WADS A
' >t Madras. Ind a i
(Representative tor India un the League o? Nations ." ? r ronce)
?YOGA, THE PATH OF UNION"
Under the Auspices of the Theosophleal
Asso ation ot New York.
Admission Free
lay Evening-. Dec. 19, at B:30 o'clock.
At ENGINEERING BUILDING, i? Went 3?th St.
By B. P. WAD IA on '"Yoga, the Path of Union."
Admission Free.
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL
ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH
Stuyresiint Square,
Kith Street, East of Third Avenu?.
Rev. I"- KARL RH3TLAND, Rector.
K A, Ni.? Holy Communion.
11?Morning Prayer and Sermon (Rector).
4 P. M. ? Vespers. Service one hour.
Address by Dr. RM'ur,.:
Special Music?Congregational -"?ring- ted
bj the combined choirs of St. G"or(ce's.
So:olot: Miss Mozclle Bennett, '< i.i?nist.
Miss Hilda Wlerum, Soprano
Mr. Harry T Burleigh, Baritone.
Dr. A. V. William Jackson, Reader.
t P. M.?B.-'iilTig Prayer and Addr?ss.
Church of the Beloved Disciple
89th St., bet. Madison and Park A va
Rev. QEO R. VAN DE WATER, D. D.,
Rector.
Con-munlon, * and 10. 11, Rev. L. H. ?ua
? and, Supt. ? ": ly Mi ision So ety.
CHRISTMAS CAROLS, Ancient rind Mod
???:?.. Organ, 'Cello, Violin, Harp.
4 P M.
BUenl Nicht, Fir?:. Noel, Throe Kings, Lo,
Flow a Rose, 1609, Slumber Sons. Song o?
the -v .::-? Is.
Cathedral ci S?, John the Divin?
Amsierd?i?" \vcnne und Jl?th 9lr??l.
A. M ?The Holy Communion.
10 05 A. M.? Morning Prayer
il A. M.?Preacher Dean BOBBINS.
4 P. 7,1 ?Preacher Canon Geo. W. Douglas.
Da ly Services? 7:30 A, M.; '< P. M.
ept Monday and Saturday!
Thursday - P. M - "Preparation for Chrlst
pmmunion." with Address by Rev.
I roi. R, B. i" iMBROT.
Trut ii-Scckers ?nd Lovers-of-Beauty
Welcome at
UklNTMARKS
iTtfntH*ttc?t.V??at oj S??nJ Avenu.?.
Yt?tU.4AM NORMAN GU THRI ft,RECTOR
Never the Sstne. Always Interesting.
Vital, Free, Jovoua, Reverent.
?un lay Ser ?ces, 3-13 -4-S.
et. C?jomas's Ctuirct)
FIFTH AVENUE AND 5CD ST.
A?v. ERNP3PT M. STIRES, D. D., Rector.
* A. M. ? Holy Communion.
11?Morning Service end Sermon (Rector).
4-?Hand >1'8 ? S
8 P. M.?Hour of Organ Music.
Dec. 21st., ?51 Thomas's Day
II?!- ". p'hora! (Re I *"
ALL ANGELS' CHURCH
WEST END AVENUE \M) HIST STREET
Rev. S. DoLancey Towmeml, D, D? Rector
Holy Communion, 8 A. M.
Morning Prayer S ?en ? '. " ir) Il V. M.
il ii ng :?- ' '?'?' : Th .:.. is 4 P. il.
8 P. M., Congregatii ring.
? . . SU ER.
Come anil Bring Your Friends.
Cliurcii of the incarnation
Madison Ave. and 35th ST..
The Rev. H. P. Stiver, S. T. D.. Rector,
immunii n. ! l A. M.?
Morning Pra ?-. Sermon Rector).
4 P. M., Choral Evensong . ' ^?
N ?:?:.' Ser\ ?? dal >? except Saturday,
. . 50, with brief a.l<ir?ss.
Cijapel of tbt Sncarnatton
LMO Fast 31st Street.
Rev. Gei ge Farrand Taylor, Vicar.
- .'? mmunion. 11 A. M.?
Li! any, Sern on VI 'a. |,
"Making Money : io."
loral L ? - mon | "".cari.
Subji " "How We Pay i >ur Way."
C?uirdi of tfjc Eran?fianratton
? East 2?th St. Or. HOFGHTON. Rector.
?' Ml N '? INS- .. 8 and 3 A M.
18:30?CALKIN'S MASS and SERMON.
' r R. v. S. ( - K. C.
?i iNO,
WARD'S " ?? ? Ire i . ? '
! pin,i SERMON.
Church of the ?Resurrection
T4tl? St.. East of Fsrk A?*
Rev. E. RUSSELL BOURNE, ileetur.
:-? r- ,
CHRISTM V> F\ B.
17:7,0 P. M.??hora; Communion.
ASCENSION i???tY*?
R*v. Dr. PERCY STICK M EY CHANT. Reoter.
' ? ,. Christian" Dr. ?ira:: :
.'? ihm - lu ?-. .
\ ., u tua it, Hatton Ph. D.
. . . ? Pra cable :?> r"ir
Cities ?"
ST. JAMES" CHURCH
Matlisnn \vnoe and 71st Street.
Rev. Frank W'arfleld Crowder, D.O., E#. tor
s a. :., M A. M. < y. r); 4 l? P. M.
tiarl ? : . Pardee D
Ihristrnas Bve (Satu ? P. at Carol I
and Can . le Service.
CHURCH OF THE HOLT COMMUNION.
bi.Mli .'venue and 20th Street
- 7, 7T -Holy ' ammunion,
nins Pr ? ' ' . " >?broki.
7 M ?Holy i ommunlon
8 p. M.?Bvg. Prayer, Rev. u. Lewis-Jones.
? . . p 7' - -
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH
6th Avenuo and 127th Street.
5ERVICES?8 an? U.A.M.
Music,
?
Preacher. The Rector.
Rev. A. E. RIBOCRU, D. D.
Pxdtz Ciiurtij
BROADWAY AND TENTH STREET
DR. S?.ATTFJRT, RECTOR
H0I7 Communion. ? A. M.
... ? ? ?tor) .11 A. M
[_, .,- h ir uheck 1 - ;
x. nda Service a
Church of Zion and St Timothy
VAX We?l .">T!li street.
Rp-v FREOF.R1CK BCRGEHS Jr.. B. D.
Rector.
B Rector) & 8 (Rev. C. W Manser).
rjMBIA UNIVERSITY
SAINT PAUL'S CHAPEL.
Si vice?4 P. M.
Preacher, Rev. Albert Parker Pitch.
hristmaa Music
The Put?'.c Is inviten
St. John the Evange'ist w"*TthAT
Rot. JOHN A WADE, Rector
Xn ts Carols Sa turday ^ P. M.
' m : --?*'? Ice?, ? and 13 A. M
ST. PAUL'S CHAFEE iTrinr? Parish ,
Broodws Fu 1 m and tpaay Sts
JOSEPH P. MfCOilAH, D. D.. \ ?r
g, 10 : err 1 1 I
hristmas Eve, <:'arois. Mid-da
ST. MATTHEW'S ^?_?,h: , .
?I4th St.
-?, 11 &
Rev. ARTHUR H. JUDGE, D. D., Rector.
ST. STEPHEN--. ?9th 3t.. .,?r Broadway
DR. SEAGLE.R :t'ir. Servie??, g. - : 1-4?.
EOL?^E ST. F>PRIT. 45 EST. ti.
Im ?Mm ' ? ? "~ '? " p'i?steur W.tzui.y.T.
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL
SNOTS
?-.?. Ht. W of ?th A?r.
Rat Ollr, F Roche. D. T>., Tlw-ter.
Pt^rioea, 8-1 i A. M. and TAS.
REFORME?
Collegiate Church of New York
THE MTBOLE fT-rnirH.
Sec?n?! A-.-fnuo and Seventh o???et.
Rev. Edffar F-sn?'lln Romig. Minister,
Servi "i at 11 A M and S P. M.
r?ev. Mr. R.mil? w?! urpitch a: both S*rv1c?e.
Morning Subject "Dare We F-rrsake
Armenia ?"
THE MARBLE CHT"RCH.
Fifth Avenue and Twenty-ninth ?>**r#*?_,
Rev, David James Burrell, r D.. Minister.
11 A M . Dr. Burrell will preach.
'?* "Arrested Development."
7:20 V M. C -Kan Recital.
? ? Daniel A. Poling win preach.
Bul ect 'Learn to Live."
No. i. "How to Live Forever '
THE CBTCRCH OF ST. NICHOLAS.
Fifth ivenue and Forty-eighth Btreet.
Malcolm rames MacLeod >*"ile?er.
Services a? 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
Dr. MacLeod will prench at both service?.
7:30 P, :,<... Organ Re
THE WEST EN O CHURCH.
West End Ave and Sevent:*-seventh Street
Rev Henry Evertson Cobh F D . Minister,
will preach at It A M. ami 4:30 P. M.
P. M.. Special Music Matthews'
ata. The Si ?? , ristmas *'
- 30 P. II.. Toung People's S? .-tot;-.
THE FORT WASHINGTON CHTRCH.
For; Washington Av? and 181st BL
Ail Seats F-?*?.
R-v Irving 7-1. Berg D D., MI ni? ter
M -i rament o? the Lord's Sup
pei ?? b? - .-? --'i
Address by Dr, Berg,
r P M., Dr. Berg will preach.
REFORMED CUT R?~H OF HARLEM
Lpim( Avenu- and I23d Street
Rev. Edgar Til?on Jr.. D, D.. Minister,
will preach at II ., M and S P M.
HAMILTON GRANGE. Convent Av.t 1491h.
Arthur Frnd-rick liabon. Minister,
PR'?Ai^H HIS AT 11 A. M. AND '. P. M.
THE SCIENCE OF RELIGION
CARRIE BARBOUR GAL YON
. ?;?? :h of : Ivtne Lo? e Cnl -ersai
The True Religion of .I^sus '*ip ?"hrist
At The L?'Rtup For The Larger Life
22*: W 72nd ST.
Sunday. i P. M. Subject: '7 At. the W?t. ?he
TYut . ."? ? the 1 Ifc"?.Te Sermon ?n tlie Mount
te be dalfvered.i iV.-cih.-,;?-. 8 P. M., Dit
ind ESzperienuea '.:? , Ing meeting?! every
Sa:. 5 P. M. Fir* to AH. 118 W ~?:?.'.'. St.
I NIT IRIAN
f*STT ?_S? __?.?_* FOURTH AVENUE
Al 1 'S^llTl IS AT 20TH STREET.
AvlVt ,--.? 3j?*l\--t Founded 1819.
Dr. William L. Sullivan, Minister
? 1 A. M.?First of a Series of Special
5?rrices for the Chrisanas Season
DR. SULLIVAN will -ore?ch on
"WHY JESUS IS SUPREME"
Special Music by Vocaf* Quartet and
Mir.cd Chcrcs
Visitors Cor?i?JIy invited
Plenty of Free Seats. Bai Come Early
WEST ?IDE UNITARIAN CH?RCH.
Rev. ''hn ''-p.?? Francis Potter, Minister,
Fa:-; Hall, B'way at 117th St., U A M.
"THE PEAR
A"- : " '?-. VE OF GC D "
THE COM3IUNTTY CHFKCH OF v. %'.
Heading i"hi:reb." )
LNIVERSALIST
church'of the
divine paternity
Centra! Parle Wset and 76th 3t.
Joseph For!; Newton, D. Litt-, D. D.,
MINISTER.
?vt'.l preach Sunday nn.rn.ng: at l". o'clock,
"WITH ALL THY M.
ahd 430 P. M . ? -. ;. GEORGE."
, ... - ? Visitors srel
Y. M. C. A.
BFDPORD BRANCH, T. M. C. A.
M ?: cor.f-i - Suada; . ;o P. M.
1121 Bedford Av., B'klvn. Her in tree
S. PARKE
. and he . . sarmamrat
Conference Agree?"
Gr"a!"st Men s Meeting in Gr ater t?. T.
W.T SW1? V. SI r. A. * P M. 31S W. 57 -St.
JOHN C. McNEILL. Evangelist.
TH :-r MANNA."
MicCELLANEOCg
DIVINE SERVICE
Miss MarkweO
Colonial Room, Hotel McAlpin
Sunday at l? A. M.
Topic. "TDKAL."
Audible treatment
CHRISTMAS APPEAL
?he Points Mbsion
?'.i MADISON ST . N
earnestly solicits your help to give Chriat
1 little ones and moth -
era Donations may ;?+? sent to Rev F. .1
Supt., or ? ? Mrs. Mary L. Rogers,
Treasurer, 89 Madison st., *'. T.
THE NBW KN???T.AND SOCIETY
IN TBK CITY OF MOW VURK
Th" annual lermon w 1 be pre?
the R??\ Harry Emerson ?-'???i! ek, D D.,
! Preabyteriai
l-'.r-h .*?. . nue ari-l HJleventh StJ
At Four o'CIock,
un Sunday thi- Eighteenth
One Thousand Nin?? Hirridred and
T-.vniy -One.
CLA?8MFCB W. BOW?S, Preaiaeut.
Harry A. OiBhi'ig, Secretary.
The Rese?e Society,
OM Chin*m Theatre,
5-7 D o y e r s Str??*rt.
Wide Awake Gospel
Service Nightly, 10 P M. T. J. Voon.n. Supt.
Chinatown
LEGAL NOTICES
KOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT k
f\><" iar minting o? the stockholders of
- ? rander Brsktne Corp? rat an be held
at the <->mte? of the Corporation. No. 15
Thomas Str??*t. Boroupii of Manhattan, City
nf N>w York. or. the -stli in. "f Decen?hrr
1321, a: 5 o'clock P M for the ^'.?rpote of
-.-??tins upen ;i ;)ri>r?->ntt?on to change tae :i_ine
of said corporation "rom i?a pro'?-r.t na-re. to
wit. Ostrander Erskun? CorporMion, to the
name of "James C. Kr?Uine Corporation."
JAMES C. ER8K - "
P?-ee.
HARRT H. ROCK*A*r::.:
Classified Advertises?enta
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L< iRT p stlsratn '. |
ting, in Turkis!)
tel. P.??*M 1190 tf r?tum? .
tions a?!
Lo?t B*n?.hr,ofc?
'
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person having a >-:-;ni % hersbv
called up"n to ri''i?n.
?i>n tiays or ? l ? . ?
book csncaled ml ? n*w em !*??
LOST?l M**** '
Tor*. Payment artopped. Y
I
Hg? Bi .'ipp?-.
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FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
E?gt Sid?
??TH FT. LIT1NOTON AT. mot?! stn?
>dif.)?Woiri-n exclu*jv?|jr; newly d?--'>
rated; room. hath, ?if w??k:y op: si?-?
room, '-?? bath. $.* w?e?;y op, ri.ii?'j'?n'.
ronv?r;>ni'? ' a for ! ririons.
I3D ST.. AT MADISON AV. (Hot?? Asa
ton i?NVwly ;<?-ora:>>d room, OJM? of
bath: 110 week op. room. bath. 11!?
weekly op; hnsrs rurtao? -ar?. subway,
fuii hotel a?rv??w? gast?".ran?. ______
West Sida
*35T ST. COLUKBUR AV. fC?lon:?3 Hotell
?ETewly lecorated taraSabad r.-mme. u?e
of bath, Ji: we-kiv up. elevated, ?urfae?
tars, subwny , full hot?! ???-'- - ?.??ursni
16b WSJ?T END AVB.?3.itt?. ??ngle room?
and studios, with or wi?nout bath: rat
erenr?.
BOARDERS WANTED
S9TH ST.. AT LEXINGTON AV (Hotel
Rtit??dfre>?Fer isdle? ine room anil
mea.:? *'om *i* up; e>vator. telephone,
ft. fnU hotel service, newly decorated
SI'N" PARLOR, also rrr.x". room, with
boa.-d gentlemen pratarraA; rv.orence?.
Circe ? I
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Domestic
GOVERNESS, to take charge of ehXdr?a
in fa ?dly traveling from (few Torlc to
Java, and w!; ? np>?ak Dutch
(Netherlandish) * .'? fer person
who has . red In th? : -itch East ?itd;?*.
Reply to Drawer K. Lanada!?. Pa.
HELP WANTED MALE_
OP?ORTt'7'1TT for ener?t?tt? salesman to
make connection? ?rtth ?hoe !**>? rr.a.Titt
facturing concern; output ur..!mited fu?
ture ?fsu-"I. Aid--? ' C :.?rr. mermas.
I 3 roottyn _
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
Miacelianeoa?
EXCELLENT Bwed ?fa took?, -hamb?r
maids. hutl?rt? ar.Ti couple? city, coua?
le?, <*"
Lexlngt >n ave., i eland??
? 7 ?- 22K0 Bro? 1er <-' I st.
SITUATIONS WTANTED MALE
Domeotie
JAPANESE?E
did reference? Ag i V ?'. Act?.
? 7787 _
MisceIl2n?oa8
A C. P. A., WITH
? ',-' IEP
riNG SEEKS
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RM OP
OR OF ER
RATJ
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in. ha'
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A pply te
BUSINESS C
Diamond?. Jewelry, Etc.
DIAMONDS bought and ?o'd for ess?.
?civic? frt?. Bennett. ?7I B'way. Id ????.
STORAGE NOTICES
I
,
is wan
houseman i i goods her
?
e? known to olain
In, and ...
of such ? -
there will be
look? 8 Auction Rooms.
?'. or. Wedn? -
? om-Tipncing rit 10: ? ?? ?' M .
prop??. : R.-prkPr?. chairs sou bed?,
springs LCkfl
IT
screens, ira^ heaters oil
. ^-p
mirrors
.
....
?erwarc,
?
???'?.. ' !
Rev. 3
V ?- ?:,??
thereof is not completad on said late th?
Bams n'.'.'? be continued at the same p'.a.'e
an each and
grinning at A M
I
are eatlsi ? ; ?roods
_?
?
seen at pr?ced
? r.c the
?
'
. IK
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SUMMONS
Ii?r suar<
eone M
dar.:.?Surr.T.ions ?ActlO? .
:"o the above named defen :
wer *he
serve a
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?
...
.- re
Dated New T
WAHR
Attorney for and P. O.
address, 63 ha ^ bera loroagBi
Man! .'--.v J -jrk
To (ieorge M. Marsland
The ioresrolng su:r.n:nr.s is serv?,l npnn
'
- - lilan, _ Jpj*:(,-b of th?
Supreme Court of th<
the 14'h 'in: - ? ?
Bled w n ? ? nt in th? nnV*
?
at tl
ouKh of Manhattan and
-
.
y a nhs
RROGATES' ?iiTU r.-.
SECOH. HORACE I
of an of ... John P Co
' Sp?W
NO riCB la ?ptr. h; gi - . , p#r.
aor.s rains --cor,
Jr , .Ate of the t.'ount; of .N>w \ irk d?<
? ',. to present the "???cher?
the eof. to the ?i ?u pUmea of
transacting i usines?, at !r,e office of Mur?
ray. Pr?ntice A Aldrlth, ,ts attorneys at
Ko. r?f. ,n toe ?-,
plaanhattan, In Uw Ctty New ioi^. ?tat?
if New York, on or bet?r? ts? lita daj.
ai Febrnary, 1921. - ?
Dated. Ntv, Yjrk. the t3th day of Juli*
THE eqi'ITABLE TRUGT COITAVT
OF NEW VORJt, ..if, ,,fora
HURRA7. PRENTICE t .V. P.: At
torneys tor Execuior?. O^.ro ?nil Po?t>
oSlp-e Address, 37 Wall St.. Sosp^ugh ??
Manhattan. New York CJty.
ABEWG. JOHN HBNRT-IS PrRSC^
ar.ce of an order ot Honcrabi? John P.
Conaian. a Surrosat* o? the Coun'v of
N\-w York. NOTICE !. h-r*bv given to ali
p-rsor.a havinc <-!tt:m? against
HENRY ABEtiG. late of t...
New York, daces??d. to pr.**
lh hers t/.er?of. to th? su h ?-Tiber?,
at their place of transacting bubin??*. at
;he ofnre ot Murray. Prentice At Aidrich,
their attorney?, at No 37 Wall S'.:--:. ?a
tne Borough of Mar.haMan, in the
New York. State of New York, en '-.r be?
fore the iitti day of Feb.'Vjarv. ? IJg,
Datad. New York, the ; Jtti?.
:s:i. ADOLPH RL'iCH.
HENRY A IICI
Exer utora.
MURRAY PRENTICE & ALDR1CH. A?.
torneya for F?erutor?, Office and Past?
?me? Aptdreas. 37 Wall street. Bee>
ough of Manhattan. >.?w York City.
LEGAL NOTICE?
THE TRADING COMPANY. INC.
Y.jrk Registered Trademari, ? \jr.s V?4
?ors ..?oree?.
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