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Sands of Pleasure Wins Feature Race at New Orleans
TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED A D VFRT1 SI M G Chrifitmm Handicap Results In Greatest Upset of Season fjffht-Yc_r-0!_ Gelding Owned by J. 1.1. Goode Beats Choice Field and Pays Supporters fVenty to On?1; Poor Day for Favorites From a Special Correspondent NEW 03 S, Dec. 2?.-?In one of the most startling form re ?falls _ *;"* l?cal track thia season, ?Sands of Pleasure, the eight . ar-cM N ' :- owned by ?r. M. Good??, won the Christmas Handi ei^for all e and a sixte.nl'., be 'ore a large crowd at Jcffcr ?jsPar i Sanda o;* Pleasure brought woe and poverty to *? form p \ payed 20 to 1. favorite, and gippe ry --. finished The \ _r whii ? " ' 1 : e icld. - ?.-, y-'- *?. - en con? sistently bea'en by m-uch cheaper s - ? The Fair c went after the"S'-,&'? fen -n n*'r:' ?loi c" une fr rm bi ?e las ' to get the ver ?ffet fro- - Only ?w'? -'-'d the or.? shots, Modesty ?inning ; Gourmam - ?eventh. Arc! e A can ? at t* to 1, ?seated in foi rth and High Gear ' Lillian to the _re in The results: Firs: rac? (for fi-.-??-7?'ar-o!ds a_d up? ward; elatalng: rur *e S700; five and % fciif fnrtenc?)?Fluzey, 100 (S_>_?>. 3 to :. (t;.i ?nJ 1 "0 2, won; Bp. Mc-Cloy. 107 CRmplstoo), IS to 1, 6 ., ; and a" to 1, ?econd; Propaganda, 111 (Marl__H), 8 to ?. 3 to ! acd ? third Tlr?? 1:07 8-6. EM Pnllat, Gi - a kin, Perisrourdine. Em d_. San Diago _'? Murphy also ran. Sicond race (for two-year-oldi?; ciaim in?; purs? ?T0. . five and a half turiong-s)? For?st <Ju. n 105 (Si ible), 7 to 3. 5 to 2 _i? * to 5, won B- - (B. Barnes), ? :i 1, ? cond . Fuse (Harrison 1. ? io 2. even and ! to 2. third. ' - la P >lly, Bkootar, Bi I ir ..-. ? i ?., :?? Ru tton . ra ior I ? ? ? ?iiirv $T00; *,?< furlongs) -Modesty, toa , K ing), i i n r : to B ana I to '?? ?? >;" ; ? .,.??-? ??? m< lier). 7 ?o : to I. ano" l to I; Cap Ho et, S to l, i ' f>. tlilrd. ? ? , i , . .. StOi:l( l'in ami I ' Fourth raen (han leap! foi "It ape."'; i lalmlng; pu rue $700; mx furlongs)- A h '? van,icr. 100 (On.i tnor). 6 to 1, 2 < ven. won Tody, i i 2 (!?'. Barri ?1 5 to ;. .\on and ? to 2, second; Mnvourneen ltd (Zoeller), II to 6, fvfti and 1 to 2. third. TiiTii". l 14 1-6. Moody. Cormoran r-ruat Official and Snapdragon II also ran Fifth race. 11'hrirftma? Handicap; for a! nges: $2,000 added! one mil? and a six ? teenth)?-Sands of Pleasure, 105 (Pot I) ?0 to 1, 3 to 1 and * to 1. won; Slipper} . Kirn. 118 (Morris), 9 to ?, S to 5 t?n. i to 5, second; Tipptty Wltchet, li< Pono?), 18 to 5, even and 1 to .' third 1:46 1-5 Sea ? ' >ve, Veto, Hi ; ?? Toni McTaggarr, Rapid Traveler ra? also ran. Sixth rar- (for three-year-olds and up ward. claiming; purs,' $700: onn ?? a sixteenth)?High clear, IOS (Weinen i il to 5, even and 1 to 2, won Murray, ln I (IC. Barnes). 4 to 1, 7 to 6 and Z to B I second; Lady Lillian, 102 (Gregory), 2 to 1 i 7 to 10 and 2 to 5, third. Tlrr.o, 1:47 1-., I Sagacity, ?courgeman, Oaklawn Belle am , Shillelagh also ran. Seventh race (for three year-olds an, upward; claiming; purse $700; one mil ? an a half)?Gourmand, 111 (E. Barnes) ? S to 6, 3 to 5 and 1 to S, won; Attorn?? Muir. 103 (Holloway), 7 to 2, 6 to u an 1 to ?. second; oui Faithful, PT (Scobte) 3 to 1, even a::d 1 to 2. third. Time I 2:35 4-6. Warlike, Challenger. Corydo and Hay also ran. Jersey Soccer Players Beat Falco Eleven ! Hoi yoke Team l?ose., 7 Goals lo 0, in Contest \\ iili Har? rison Club in New Jersey - Following up their success in flic \ S, [?'. A. cup f lasl S inda; I he soccer players of the Harrison Football Club, displaying top form, defeated the Falco eleven or Holyoke, Mass-, ". an American Soccer League championship fixture by the score of 7 goals to 0, at ? ? v. N. J., yestcrdaj. [1 was the Jerseymen'a game all the v ;i\ through, and by half-time they had establish oH a dec i advantage with the BCorc at ? 0. Hcminsley agafti sr comri ed the lion are of the goal getting, three of thi- live in the lirst i period going to his c red ; Play had not be< n long in progress before Hcminsley had w,>rmed his waj twice through the visitors' defense. Matters went from bad to "worse for N't>',v Englanders, when a pemalty was given against their renter half and , Brown made it 3?0 for Harrison. Hem iley next came through once more j and Popper brought up the total to 6?0 before half-time. | The line up: Position. Harrison (7) Palco F. C, (0) ? G.Tintle .W. Gray ? R . .nu?tf-rworth . Maycock I? B.Spaldlng . Lo^an F! H.Muir . Frodepti ICH. ... Post .D. Graj F H.Blakey . Moo F O. R . .\\ ilson . Fall I i. It.Fepp?r . Moir F.Hcminsley .G, I>owdalI ? I..Ford . Downav O. _.Brown .W. Dowdall Goals.Heminsley (3), Brown (2), Pop-? : r>?r, Wilson, Harrison F C. Referee?H. i ' Bleich Linesmen?B. _c\lnhon and J. Walsh, Tuno-?Halves of 46 minutes. Bay Ridge in Tie Game Bringing off a typical "Garrison fin? ish" by means of which it prevented imminent defeat, the Entre Nous soccer team, of Newark, which made its first appearance in New York City yester? day, played a 3 to 3 tie game with the Bay Ridge Football Club at St. Agatha Oval. /Vete Giant Outfielder Did Well in Minors riAli'H SHINNEBS, who will bnMfc Cunningham nejU season lor Ihr right of trying to till the shoes of (ieorRic Burns in the Giants' entier gauler, showed dp brilliantly in thr American ???o<*?3 tion batting ?nd fielding averagea. M bat Ihr Indianapolis i?tar cracked (he hull to the tune of just Hirer rx'in'^ under (he .3,">0 mark. He came to hat 6S.T limr.i. dur*ij; which h<* made 236 hit*, for a total of ."?77 bases. In lidding he secured an average of only .925, bat handled 1389 total chance?, an exceptionally activo showing for itn outfielder. He also figured prominently as a hn?e stealer, heing credited with -r>2 purloins. 1-_I New Orleans Entries ? - ' race f f or maid <? t.o -y es r-o 1 ds ; IV und a half furlongs; purse, $780) - Trl Its. 116: Balle Mark, IIS; By Gosh, ! BlRck Track, i 12, Doris, l'., Oreadla. I lilla- l tek, 112; Loandet . 11 f.; Dalsv Fl? Ida, 1 ' ? l oui i Uchti nix hn. 116; Hoi Spur, 112 . w ulei pa, II Our B< tsj tun Time, 11;,. Flaxy Mae, 112; Mr. I ir ifter, 115; I Irock of Gold, in. Second race (claiming:: for three-year ! olds and upward. Mx furiunsa. purne. $600) j ??Cockroach, 111; i.My Rose. 104, EBnos, I U6? Terrible MI ?s. 112; Berths S. 109. ,i! Rufus. 116; Almirante, 10B? xKehoma, 104; ? Swonson. 1.15. xRlvulet, 107, Zalner. iiu. ! Two Pair, 112; Heeaaw. 115; Plato. 112,, xPrince?? Lou, 107, Will Do, 116, Third rare (claiming; (or three-year-olds and upward: six furlong?; purse, $600) ? Hlpr Sun. 112; Zeeious. 112, H?ro?sme, 115; Van .Sylvia. 112: Bronco Billy, 1 lr. ; xSweet Liberty, 107: Sandy H. 115: xOoldstone, 110; xTlger Rose, 107; xLively, 11?; xCor key W. 110; Kiran. 107; xFleer, 11 0. Flnan cial Rooster, 115; xRolo, 104; iSatami, 110; The Decision llf). Fourth race (claiming:; for two-year olds; eix furionts; purse, S700)?xAlverlda, 118; xAshlin. 97; Trico. 105; Little Ammte. 106, Attoo. 100; Little Patsy, 112; xOn? Pin, 101; Matches Mary, jo:t; Lady Z^u?, 106; Thonolla, 112: xSpinninii, 07; x Vanity Dresser. S7; Brlarcliff. 107: KrUe Brum mell, 112; Straight Shot, 112; Midnight Stories, 112. Fifth race (claiming; for three-year-olds ? and upward; one mile a.nd a aixteenth; ! purs?, $700)?xJ. C. Hton<% 103; Senti-] menta!, 103; Sammy Jay. 100; xCurrent | Eventa, 96; FiibbertyRibbot. 106; Scotch i llct, 111: xSlatar Flo. 190; sCote d'Or, PitnnFiiti, io',. Ama?, i\i. Sixth race (claiming: for thrt>oy?ar-nid* and UT'?'ard. on? mile and an _chth. ."i/rFio. $700)?Daj-nay, IFF Richelieu, HP ? Batlybell, 112; Gallot, 101; Jerry 113; Sir Oratton, US; Canso, 112; Lady Longfellow, 100; The Colleen Uawn, FF'. Anna Gal : ?up. 109. Seventh ran? (claiming; for three-year olds and upw*rd; on? mile and an Hciith; lurse, $700) MaohUvelll, LOU; xMy -trat, 12; Wodan, 1.12; indolence, 112; Blazonry, 1I-; Johnny Overton. 112; Ulark Watch. 112; Marl? Rappold, 100; Far, 11;. ; ^Apprentice allowances of five poundr, metl. Havana Results .li ?? raen ( pur- e $790; t -a-o-v .-.? ?mnlelens; ft?*? and n half furlong*)?r .Ionel Tex, 112 (KHaa: |, t, to I. ?'? to :: and B to , <? on . Naomi K . 102 < Ulan i, m M I. I to l and 2 to I, aecoad; Iltippv Cttrl, 102 : (?Scliefti I). 2 to 1 l ta G nnd 2 to G, third. Time, ill 1-5. Artemisa, llyerea, Tag i Day, Margaret N.iaU and Pon Manuel also j ran. Second raro (purse $7on; thre? yrar olda and uiiwu.rd ; elalmlng; ais turloTigs)? Sir Adsum, 113 (Connors), 3 t? I, oven and '1 to 2. won; Jamen. 112 (TT. Swart). 7 to I, 5 to ' and R lo f>, second; Marnella Bo . h?ft ., t lo ... 3 lo ."? nnd i to . Ttm< .1:17 i-;.. Cannon HaU, Kent nn :: :' . iwa, Crystal Pa and ?Vhl p .. ' ? Thii ?! ?., i purse $700; Iro year oldi . and ? half furlonga)?1'lu islltj 110 ' Penman >. - to I. 4 to .", and to .. won; Lustre, 103 (McLaughlin) - to I, l to inri :: t.- ... s_ ond . Tha Kofi Cull, inn (Huma), T to 2, 6 to : jiid " tn 5, third. T 1:11 ' 5. Loveliest. Mina l?"raular_l, Kins !: ?? ""! San Stefano also I lurth rae? (purse $1,000; thr?e year old?; . ? ing; si;, furlong?)- Qood Hope, 107 (Bo : I, ?? ; ? F ? ?? fii and l t.j _ won. . ?',?. 104 (Smith), fi to I, ?i to 2 and (i :,, 5, second; Beverly .!am?K. 1!" (Moore), 10 m l. ?i to I and 2 to F third. Th 1:16 1-5. I.tclit Fantastic, F - ICnfleld, j Counsel, Buford and Pougiaa Fairbanks also ran. I Fifth rac (ITolquln Handicap, purs'-| $1,000; .ill agos; one mile)? Lad's Love, ?12 (Plckens), 4 to .',. I to G and out, won: ; ,ouls a.. 110 i Kelsaj I, 8 to B, 1 to t and out, second; Zululand, l Ft (ClementB), :; to ;, 1 tu 2 and out, third. Time, 1:41. sixth rar? (purse $700; three-year-olds and upward; claiming; on.* mile ond fifty yards)?Tokalon March, 110 (Domlnlck), 3 to 1, even aril 1 to 3, wor.; Zole, 10*? (N. Swart), 2 to 1, 3 to 5 and 1 to . second; .'In All. flu (Pevlc), cv?n, 1 to 3 and 1 to | 6, third. Timo, P47 1-5. Duke of Shelby. Planlcrede and Sir William Johnson also I ran. No Racing to Tijuana TIJUANA? Mex., Dec. 26.?The cloud? burst which struck this section to-day and caused untold dam.ige made the racetrack look like a second edition of Lake Erie. There will be no racing for several days. Now Governing Our Entire Stock of Big news! To emphasize our oft-repeated declaration that Good Clothes must cost less, we have repriced our entire stocks, comprising 25,000 Hart Schaffner & Marx Winter Suits, in a manner all out of keeping with their reputed high quality, obviously greater worth; yes?and even what they cost us. Savings up to $30 per suit. Buy two or three?save. Beautiful All-Wool .Winter Suits?Originally priced up to $55 Very Handsome Winter Suiis?Originally priced up to $70 Finest of Fine Winter Suits?Originally priced up to $85 No Charge for Alterations eductions on 2517 Hart Schaffner & Marx Winter Overcoats, Now $50 value? up to $70 Ulster?. Clsierettes, Motor Giat3, Great Coats, Boxy Models, EngHsh-type Coate, Raglans, Chesterfields at a remarkably low price for such fine overcoats. Other Price Revisions have brought some mighty $ O PJ fine Hart Schaffner & Marx Overcoats down to O O Est ?887 Est 1887 Broadway, below Chambers Broadway, cor. 29th 246-248 West 125th 3d Ave., cor. ?22d LOST. FOUND AND REWARD Loflt Rankhooka LOST -Bankbook No 1*77.174 of <? ? D?m? 8a\ Ings Bai k I l?, |ng Vn t ?on having ? claim >,, it 1?, hereby ? ? upon to preiteni the Bamc within I ? or submit to 1 i Blind and :i m w i.r,. , BU ,? Bankbook N --,-., wich Suvlnt; >'? ink, p - ?? h . , N T. < i ??'?:? nient stopped. PI? asa r< turn to b ? L.OS r?Banttbool . ;-., , ga Inga Han lt. 12 t EaSI l23lb Bt ,... . ?tf p i? -i S Ir cli - pi, l80 r, turn to bank FURNISH KP ROOMS TO LET East Hide SOTH HT., LEXINGTON WE HP:-1 Rut le.li,-? ) -Woi '??:! PXelUSi - . ; ,;.. , rated; roo-n, bath, $16 we? r " ? use bal h $11 -.-??-, i? .? redui ?? n . ?? 3 persona. $ap ST., AT n ADISON 'F E. (Hoi ton)?Nbwly decorated room; u:<e of bath: $i? ?.-.,.:. up; room, bath, iFFo1) weel?iy up; buses, surfaco cAr*. subw:?;'. rull hotel service; ... stauranl West Side 5" ' r. CO LT;MbT_P_V_. (Colonial Hotel) ? Fer.-i decorated furnished room?, use ~ bath; $12 w?i klj up elevated surfai i : cars, subvi iyj full hotel sei y - r. si 260 WEST KN'D A.VE. Suite, single n and studios, with or ? .thou*, bath; r-F erern .? ROARDFRS WANTED I DOTH ST., AT LEXINGTON AVE. (Hotel Rutle Iffi / -- !?" jr l< dies; one roi meals from $18 up; elevator, telephone, eu . full hotel - ?i-vii -. uewlj HELP WANTED MALE COLLEGE GRADUATES botween 24 and; ::.', years of ;i ??'?' vi-nitf-d &3 traveling ' salesmen for lar-K--. publishers; salary and expends only. Call at. ?> \ 6th ave between p an?! :2 Twnd-.iy mornlfcg, Dccumber 27. l Department T. SALESMEN ? can offer a permanent position In New York City where a liberal corr.misolon. with drawing account, otters unlimited possibilities with Immediate Income. Applicant must have successful salts record. Call before 1 o'clock. R. H. Denny Room 606, lit West 44th at. Automobile Instruction at:to instruction. * and 8 week a' courses for Owners, Chauffeur*. Mechanics, Salesmen. WEST SIDE Y. M. C. A. .TOS West 5Tlh St., New York. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE Chambermaids CHAMBERMAID - -WAITRESS ? Young, neat, willing, capably very highly recom? mended. Miss Hall's Burej';, 17 West 44th. Vanderbllt 8341. CHAMBERMAID, waitress, cook, young Irish girls; good, capable servants; to? gether or separate. IC, Mlfs Hofmayer s Agrency, 10 E. 43d st., 3d floor. Teler>honr 8?47 Murray Hill. CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS, young, ca? pable worker; city or country; good long referenc-s. B.. Miss Hofmayer's Agen^v, 10 E. 43d st, 3d floor. CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS, bright, In? experienced young Irish girl; city pre fnrrtd. L., Misa Hofmayer's Agency, 10 E. 43d st.. 3d floor. CHAMBERMAID?Waitress, young, thor? oughly capable, excellent. Misa Fitz? gerald s Bureau, 366 5th av. Cooks COOK, young woman; good cook; ?cl- ] lent Lor.'i city references, H., Miss Hof mi'cr'a Affency, 10 E. 43d st., 3d floor. Telephone SS-4? Murra> Hill. COOK, house worker, very neat, efficient, young (IHllp?no) ; excellent references: ' most desirable; city; $75. Mason's Agency. 19 W. 43d St. COOK, capable, younsr; two year? last place; : $?5; anywhere. Miss Shea's Agency. 6 E. ? 41st. Murray RIM 6774? COOK?Young, good manager; exceptional references. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau. ? 3S6 f.'-h av. Day Workers DAT'S WORKER, excellent laundress, clean? er; neat, capab! con.ntious; gooil woman; ?4.10. Mason's agency, Longacrc 1/140. General Houseworkers, Etc. KOUSEWORKER. Scotch, young, most de r.irable; $b3: ar.ywhdrp Miss Shea's Agency, '1 E. 41st. Murray HUI 677!. HOUSEWORKER?Young, goed ci ceptional references. Miss Fitzg . ild's Bureau. 36-i 5th av. Governesses, Etc. NURSERY GOVERNESS?(French! Young, co.pable, neat, highly recommended. Misa : ria'.'i'ia Bureau. 17 West 4V.h. Vander- , ; bllt 8340. Nurse?. Etc. - INFANT'S NURSE, trained and experi? enced; very rrliab!" and conscientious. I MB., Miss Hofmayer'B Agency, 10 E 43d s1 ? 3d floor. Tel. 8047 Murray J ... : NTTRSE, refined, very capable. < onscientious (American?; children from two; splendid 'references: $75. Mrs Mason's Agency, H : West 43d et. NURSE?Young: two children; exceptior.o: referen, -?-a. Miss !?"!'zgerald's Bureau 366 5th av. ; NTRPE?Young, country preferred: excel? lent referent <??. Miss Fitzgerald's Eu? ! rtau. "66 5 th av. Waitresses < WAITRESS, young, trim-looking woman: makes good salads, ?rood silver cleaner; ' highly recommended. D., Miss H< fmary r't i Agenry. 30 E. 43d st.. 3d floor. Telephone 8947 Murray Hill. , WAITRESS-PAFXORMAID (English Protes ant). tall, very neat, exceptionally corape ' tint, most highly recommended. Mrs. Mason's Agency, 33 West 43d si WAITRESS, chambermaid; capable, young, wining; $50. apartment preferred. Miss Shea's Agen:;-. 6 L. Hat. Murray Hill 6774. Miscellaneous APPROVED help; cooks, chambermaids, waitresses, nurses, governesses; couples, ?aundr ases, houseworkers. Miss Hall's Bur-au, 3 7 West 44th. Vatider.bl.lt '340. EXCELLENT Swedish rocks, chamber.! iiiAiris, butlers ?.tul couples; ctty, coin-: try. Berta Carlson's Swedish Agencies. T\7 Islington ave., nur 61st sr. Rhlnelander ?C47. 22H9 BroidTvay :< ' 52d St. KiTCHENMAJD, useful girl bright, young, Triyh , good references ; $45 Shea's A? . 6 E, 41st St. Murray Hill C774. SITUATION WANTED MALE Domestic i - ? BUTLER-VAT ET. cook, two very neat ca? pable, conscientious (Filipinos); highly 1 recommended : city, ? ? mtry. Mason a Agency, i 18 We-t 43d st. BUTLER, useful, young Swe&ej ca?) drl ? I car: city or country1: moderate ?? -? g ?; J., Miss Hof ma y er's Agency, 10 E. 43d ?'. I 3d floor. BUTLER-HOUSEMAN, tall, nest, nice, young' (Filipino); ejccellen* personal refer ??>??-: city, country. $"?- Mason's Agcn< 18 '? : 43rl st. BUTLERS, second men, housemen, us?'-;! i-nuc?"!, grooms, city or country y.^? Rail's Bureau, 17 West 4i:h. Vanderbilt ?340. BUTLER, English; goo^ appearing. capable;! Un? r?f?renc?e: $80; anywhere. Mlis Shea's Agen-v, S E. 41st st. Murray Hill 6774. COUFI.E. colored: hurler, useful axcsllent cook: tJ\t? work; $310, references Miss ??h?a:= Ageti'v, ? 3?;. list ?? Murray Hi 1 j 6TT4 COUPLE, English; butter, useful, excellent i c< entire work: * l F.0 ; anywhere \t ?* Shea's Agency. 4 EJ. 41st st Murray tliH 6774. ai SITUATIONS WANTED I -'KM ALL Domestic HOI ET on '.'/?. tn in, $75; f] : ? 8 F <Fi ?-? Murra; Hill 6774 (AB?NESE?Experienced cook-butler ; spian ala r?f( -enees Atency, 106 W . : ??tb Hryarit 7 7*7 EMPLOYMENT AGEN< IKS Domestic Help COOKS, housewoi -hers, maid?, dav worker? (colored) ; city or country. Kemp'? Ax?r,c7. Audubon r* .. STORAGE NOTICES IN ' >__ ANCB WTTJf THE . ROV?S?O being ? - . lersla , ? ? :.- . ?>-.--. .- . : I [ I rj KI v * part ? - ? ' thereli . ? ice for pa - - .. hargi expired theri ?? I it - tlon a( " '- ? beginning ii 10 I > M and if ter. Im .: Iig at tl I loll! i -?>.-,- ; i "?loal (Cffects Ing mum suits bedroo ? ' Dring ? ? bureaus, '-ou , . . ward I t?, ?. it l : ?? ..... .... - ii hlmt. ?? . ? ? . ... ! I for ?out Mis ? ,. . Don ?1 . M. M Uross ' - Mary .1?! I iinil, Mis B. K Sai pson Madam Mai on ;?---. Miss Ed ? Lyd? Arnold Thl >???;. Harlem Furniture Co Mal F inne; , Earllngton J. H. Hill, Mr?, W. C. Thompsoi E Manrique, Mrs. I(. B. M ran?. Mr?. Fa vin la I. ?. Mrs. '?'??' Ham 1( Sheldon Mrs. Aurel C WUdt. Mrs. Marie H. Ramm Mrs Florence F Wieland, Mrs. Eva .-: Rus-, Mrr. Alexandi r .-; VV1 ., ? -- John A Phillips, Mrs '??? trud* Woodson Mrs Harry Abbott. Edward Galway, Mrs. Helen '>'? Dulles, James R. Murray. A. Le F Vi ells Ml Fischer, .Mrs. .1 Garvey Mrs M. Moore, T Schleie. Mrs. W. R. i'ase. Mr?. Fannle T. Carroll or Susan C. Carroll, Ludwig Bau mann & Co., Mrs, Martha Hell, Wesley Harper. M. L. Hargls. W. C. Clifton. Mrs. ?r_i Poiosky, Joseph L. Herschrnann. * AU being now stored in said Columbia .toras:* Warehouses. The goods win be on exhibition at the time, and place of sale and on th? day or?oedlng earn day of sale. COLUMBIA STORAGE WAREHOUSES, Office, 149 Columbus Ave. New York, Dec. 23, 1921. SUMMONS NEW YORK SUPREME COURT, COUNTY j OF NEW YORK.?ITALIAN SAVINGS BANK OF TUE CITY OF MEW Y"T'K. Plaintiff.- against JOSEPH O. COHEN .... : ?BERNARD .7 McCANN as Execute s the L,ast Will and Testamenl ol Andrew F, Kennedy, Deceased: COURTNEY BAB : O " K and "MARY" BABi 'OCK. 1 ! ' ' the name "Mary ' be:nir licit i' oh. i-, i ? flrsi i... being unis j riff, the plaintiff Inten : ig to de i f wife if anj of i ? >-? ?Courtney Bal ?cl KATHEK/NE N HARRIET STINEMAN WILLIAM W KENNEDY :- I MARY" KENNE1 V I i : .-? ? '?>? i .-, 1e "Mar; i In . Rct.t is, '.i":- correct fust name being unkno j plaintiff, the plaintiff inteni.ng to des:g r it* 'hereby the wife, ?f any. of : I fendant William B Kennedy; HUGH ; KENNEDY, if living, and ".JANE" KEN N'EDY, his wife, the name "Jane' being fictitious, hT'r correct first name being un? known to plaintiff, the plain! ft Intel ag to^lesignate thereby the wife, It anj ', the defendant Hugii Kennedy: "JANE" KENNEDY, the name "Jane" be:n?r ficti? tious, her correct first r.ume being unknown I to plaintiff, the plaintiff intending to des I Ignite thereby the widow, if any. of a*id ! Hugh Kennedy, If he be deceased-; THE | DEVISEES and HEIRS-AT-LAW of sa: I Hugh Kennedy, if he be deceased, who are unknown to plaintiff; THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, Defendants. SUMMONS. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMl 'NED to an i swer the complaint In this action, and to serve a copy o;' >our answer, or, if the complaint is not served with I his sum moni, '.Ti serve a notice of appearance on the Plaintiff's Attorneys within twenty days after the service of tn.s summons, ^j.< lusive of tne day of service In cia? of your failure to appear, or answer, judg r. ent will be taken against you by de? fault, for the relie! demanued in the corii pla 1 n I Dated, New York, October 10, 1321. WAYLAND & BERNARD, Attorne;,? for Plaintlft, Office an I P .*: ofllce Address, 165 Broadway, B ?-? ouch of Manhattan New fork C To HUGH KENNEDY, if living, and ?MANE' KENNEDY, his wife, the - "Jane" being (let tious her corree :-. ime being unkn.\ ? - tiff Intending to designate. erobj is .? ? - ? f the . i ' ' JANE" KENNEDY the - "Jane" being fictitious, her corre : "rst ? being unkn >wn to p'.aim Iff, tiff Intending to designate there widow, if any, or Hugh K le eased; THE DEVISEES and HEIRS i AA :,,: Hugh i. ? d< ? eased, ,. unkm wn . > ; s: ..iff. The foregoing su sei ved ipor ?ou by publication, pursuant lo ;i :: order ? Hon. George V. Mu? i stice of the Supi ' H ed Noven ber ]f? 21. aj Hied the ;. ilnt ii : he ... ? . of the ' !ounty of New ?fork . Manhattat I -.- Y ? : . - with the said Clerl Oc iber I ? actioi a ? ? tali ortga re, da executed by Andrew ]?' Kei eased, to The Park M c rtgai of the City of New York, a : poratlon, to secure the payment .5. 000 and interest The proper! > effect : e Borough of Manh ittan 1 >unty of New Y id* is at the s jutheas - -. coi tu Sherma a id Ellwood Street, :it,i,:.- ;. : ? man Avenue, j ?? ' feet In res - an i 245 fei t in fr< Ellw ? - Street .- .? 250 eei in ?? Dated N : ?-. Yoi ... WAY LAND a BERNARD, Attorneys for Plah Borough Tjf Manfca tan, New York City, SUPREME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY WALLACE MUIR Plaintiff, against HARRY D. BARNDOLLAR, "JAMES" B IVY :.. said nan being s, h - ? ru< ? liristian n une being ! W. F GREEN and BOi IL ? OMPANY, Da t ndant i Sum? ion ; aintlff les ,-:;j; i N..-V.- York County as th p a of trial To the above-named Defen ai : You are hereby summoned to arm ? complaint In his actii n and to serve . cop> of your answer, or if l : . is :. i I served w i t i this" ; a i fa pi ??? rani -, ^n the I . Attorney within, tv? ?'??. .''tor th( sorvlei of 1 his i::.u ons isive ??'.' th< da - rvlce In ease of youi ;. appear or answer, judgment will b< taken against u b lefau I t the re? lief demand I ii the i iraplalnt. Dated, New York. Oct. 10, 1921. EV.W SHELBY, Attorney for Plaintiff Office ar,.i Postoffice Address 63 W'a Street Borough of Manhattan, Ni ??? Yor '"' To DEFENDANTS. HARRY D BARN DOLLAR .in.I "JAMBS" B. LEVY, th< iaj.J name "James" being fictitious, hli true ' hrirtian name being unknown i Plaintiff: The foregoing summons is serv? y?u by publication, pur.?une* -., a . GEORGE V. MULLAN, a of to" Supri ' I I ?'?!" York, date ! the 16lh .. vei ib ?: ?821 ? :.-'? 5 ? '1 '?'? ith i he i nt In tb , fflco if tin- ? ' i - ' fork, at t ??? County Court House, In th Borough of Manhattan, City, County am Stat ? ??'?? fork Dated New Y art-:, November 1r;h. 132 EVAN SHELBY; Attorney 'or i laint! ? ifci, ?? ?i..: i : ress ?No 6 Wall Street, Borough of Manhattan New York City. ? ?ME COURT OF THE STATE -, . ? ? ,??-.<? i -ir,. ? ? < mimoi ?? '? -....i,! rorce ?? - MED ?EFENDAN1 -,. i - ' ? ?D to ai ?- <-- ? -.;?.. .- n and to ?er a COpj of your ina-J'T-r or, if t^e COmpla r i summons, ., not ts of appearance on the PlsJntlff' Attorney ? ithln twei servi of thh summons, exclusive of thi Bervlce, and '-.i case of yi ur failure , a swei )udgm< ? '*? 111 be tal tn < you bi defauli for the ?.-lier demanded In ti ?,-?:;. I nt Dat-T.l, New York, November 17-h. 13?1. Wl iXSS it ZIMMERM \' Attorneys for Plaintiff, Office and P O. address 4i Park Row, Borough of Man? hattan. City of N'en- 5 ? To Lillian F?ar!. ?3 Tasman Road. Clap'-'r I.or. Ion, Enslan i The foregoing summons (a served upon yc by publication, pursuant i? ai: oril-: Hon. George \ . >!ui!an. a Jujtlce of tl y :pr"ri-.o Court of th? State of New Tor Sated the ISMi .lay of November, U2J. ar file1! with the complaint in the olTu-o of '. : of the County of New York, a' tr County Court Hou*e. In the Bo bsttan, '"???? County and State of n '?- V Date<l, NV-v York, Novembei 18th '. ? : : s\r^y ? ' ?? HERMA i Attorneys for plaintiff, Office and P >> >,-t.ir^T.s ?? p Roth Borough of Man ' ? ; York C:t^ BUSINESS ? \RVS Diamonds. Jewelry, _*' ? ? se B ? l'urn?ture I ?MU ED PARI ?El M - ; ? ? -? - - - - by a.? ? _ ? . .- ? of Di . . ? survirii testament and ..... - - ? ? December, IS ? - : in 1 .-? I. rustee the last will and ' ?. - Steinfel F aa execu ui . tinued December 192 l, has '.hie day bee and cont Inued, and tl renewed and nt au - : artn r .. i The nai under which ? renewed ind b? continu?'! and r?_d _ C I. 43-47 ?:. ?si ! . Stx?_ Bi rough of Manhattan, City of .New Y 2 The s" s of the bu be transact? d by ? - eral commis - - - ; ? 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