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Cromwell Captures $3,
OOO Handicap at Havana Track
Qen. J* M. Gomez, Favorite,
Fails to Finish in Money
fjeanor S, Ia Second and Sea Prince Third in New
Year Feature. Which h Witnessed hy Larg
esl Crowd of lhe Season at Oriental Park
?? l i ablt o Tht , ?? . ,
HAVANA. Cuba. -Ian. 1.?Cromwcll, th.e six-year-okl gclding by I
plaudit. ard an outsider in the bctting. won the $3,000 New Vear's
Bandicap al one and three-sixteenths miles at Oriental Park here this i
tfternoon. Cromwell, which raced in the colors of W. .1. Daly, came from
behind in The stretch and beal Kleanor S. by half a length. Sea Prince
M third. *
<;,x v t in the l'ei
.'th<- . General .1. M. Coi e; .
rv;r. carrie I '? ' impost >?
1 the Goldblatl
and Atta Boy 11.
... was witno ed
the lars row of 1 hc <ea o i an .
ipeculstioii v a ' k<
General Gomei found t he v ? ighl too
ttttt to concede the fast Cromwell
? d v.:, rs whiel ' ??' c bi ei coming
jtn? ? ? ? but tlu fa\ orite
nder a more
feillful rid* eteian turf cam
( ?. .", .,. ? v ed i, hrcathing
,w*l being terntii paee
throughoui '' " lo"8 ourney, and it
ra3 not 6 iri' isi C " "' ' '?'' Adan
rnfal ticket fi "?"*.omestreti h
Oatslders Most Prominent
irnc taJenl got the worst <>:" the break
rain to-da -' ? r08 stering in
? , thc' seven cvenl The fourth
rr .-r jecoi lai: ' eature, which
_. a fine I eld ot sprin
t ? . uited '7i ?"> decided up iet,
\-a the players followed the fortui r
o' the Goldblatt stable and made the
e.-.try. Gt-v'iicr and Ararat, a | o
i Tiiicd rhoice.
N'either finished n ie money. I.asl
-<-. ., four-year-old eolt owned by E.
C. Paul, set s sizzling pnee from the
jart ;>:;fi crossed (he line a lenpth an.!
? j,a|f ?- froni of Mken. kvbieh was
;esf . ollowed ? Ige Pryov.
The opening race was won by Lorena
y|gri , " , -, ' .??? ,-ontP.i OVei thi t WO
/,._. routr ii <*??>..'. fashion Fin
ggtlf, :, b* !" 1 shot. led i< proce ??
tho second, a-~,\ Fo
? - on choice, barei:
,,,r. <n |jCaj p -tn", Re: ? jn i hr i xl
fTen( Foster Kmbry was claimed ?'
?rr ;'i^f roce by ?'. W. riunkctt for
M.100.
Harlock Takrs l'i nal 1 vent
Harlock, 'i sevon-ycar-old gelding.
irhich was ni plected in the betting.
*ish?'(i ur.dci the ?:n- first in tbe clos
ing event at "i '-1 l. barely getting the
rdicf over Bermont, a 15 to 1 shot,
wbilc Fair Orient was a distant third
The -? sul1 -
v.r>- raci (two ? pur; - *'?">
two furlongi ? ? ? Marcellia, ' < ??
7 ti and out, won . Pan
mft ??; (Doml ? ' lo 5, 1 tr. :: and
?ut, wene. ,.i-'-' 1 !nr??:?:??. 115 (Knpin
. : ? . ,.-? ; . tliird. Tinio,
I j3 -.'. Paladiui Conwtthim, S< I
'.-mon and Enrl o a so ran.
?, ond race (thi - ??? olds pursc < ;,'.,,
- ' ngs) ? Kincftstle I < -
,Ke, Mvi, 6 to 1, 6 t? 2 and 6 to 6 >?? ? ?
;? , (pP ? l to 5. 1 tO j
lo S ? -? : . . '? \V. ., f h ?
(Terratt i. 2 to . ,-r.: '?,?". "
-im, 1:07 1-! :' '??"'. ' 'olonel ' 'hile,
3pods ?? R ? '?"?' ?,,;J" ran
Third rar?? ri ur-year-olds and upward:
pur4<, J7 ; 1 .. . : s K;.,:r rurl, ? . ?? l
Goe 1 Jlopf 107 (1 Ie) ? to , :' to D an I
? ? ? ; won . Hi,. : '' ' McI^auRhltn I
l to 2 <-?.?;! :<?, I 7 5, second. T i
0 tise 104 (Chaltr -'??, to 1 5 to I and
: i- ; third Ti:; ? . 1:07 .1-5 M
? ? ? -, ? ? r.iposta, Clark M. a n,
Po ,? :llo ? ??,"
Fourth :., ' (throt ??--:- o ds and up
? .- ?.-..-- ui : ? 1 .ast <">nr.
104 . p((,.-.- - - - ? nd 1 to 77
won A;k?n. 104 (i: tfl ??'.<? ? ?
?? rl < to B, .?r n ??! Irp I'-- or, I -
iMoore l. 10 to 1 I f tn .third
B ui tVra Vrara :. (Jm
nor, Smai I Mone: '?' ? Juir bo, Bi li
?'. EllzahcVbtown and ' ve also ran.
FUth rai ? (all ;ip. t Ni r?r'a Hai cl I
rap; purse $3,000; on? - and throo
alxtccnth: i Cromwell 16(1 ?n :? l, :: (o
7 to 10 and i ut, wi i '? 7 am .?'.. 1""
(Dreypt to 8 to ,.??..
'- a Pi - ' Rums) < ? ' , to S and
o'i:. third Til o, 1:1 Frank \V?
Matlnei tdol, Atta Boy II and General .1.
M. Goraez also -a-..
Blxth race (four-yca ind '.ipwra-d .
p:-" J700 one i i .ards l
Foater En brj ' ?'..???- to 10,
l to 4 anu ; ???
(Atklnton), IS to I and 2 to 1
??cond Mlaericorde, IC ; (Ki tiedy) B to -.
' to 2 a.r?: L to 4. I . i 4S 4
- M II, J . i ;? nnd
?v : fr.can S, also rai
Sivenlh ri - - - sn,^ yp
"*rd. [?.!,'?? ? - ; , ... .
-????>:' :? ?? ?- | ? (.Terratt). 7 to 1,
to 7 and to ? ont, 100
(PooH. 15 to - ? [.second
'alr Orient, Loh ? - ? : to 1
= .-.'! even i '?: rd " i- . I ..''. t i;an
y*,^' '?' ?' '.,'., wai :.., .. I The
Pirate alst ? ,n.
Plant Wins Moi
AnniiaJ Troph\
AmericaVPremierWalker
Easily Tops 1921 List
of "Vinge<1 W Athletes
By Jack Masters
Willie Plant, America's premier heel
,ra-toe expert, heads the list of point
orf? in the Moi ningside Athletic
?10 for 1921. Plnnt whn? urnllrinw
trophy.
mi,. e;d ?po,"';' : ? ?? to
ranKed foremos! i th, -mal) club di
Vok A.?iid ' only to tho Ne
district '' ub ' ' ' metropolitan
,'.' *c,\' A~ :' :ation of the
:*ZS'' '?' '? lorningside <rc,s
l-7/unnPri "i only be stated
;";;!' 'ourtcei ?-, ,-, won eleven
r't tinzcK
ur? prues.
No other A: ?- .-, .,_,.,, anc5 onh
:>ar..."er *ra r' athlete, has equaled
,,,'.' '""rr' anci . Willie won the
4 n.a ' '" and even mile titles
??,..'" ' '? tai one, seven and
,Z! "';-' c,ha? pionships, established
^ new recor<] foi ,;,o long wa,k and
^o-hou/S ' lV? ;!ib';' f0r thc
hi add - ? ?
"umeroug h -,? ' v ^',,: ous '
'otenv, ?' ' h-? '''"''-?- at from'btie
beinir h; CS' "'' mos1 "otab e of these
''onev.T.i8 vo'; ": ";'- ' 'ty-Hall-to
7he;;.!'"' ?? whei I ? lowered
gl< ?- : *' a hopeless stru?r
?otted to"',r"''-"- :':" ;";:i' maA? a1"'
Tho e ' :: ' n,e!1
Ws:':' ? ctes in thej
<-~Wia-ilUfr " '' ' ' ..--i 88 '
?i. w ?; .' ???? .:. -,
?-A. T?hu ":"T-" ' .30*4
csg :::::::::: SS*
tt??" - ??.- .5JJJ
?-sifofn ? ....:::: i>S
.'?Ir u "ian. runner 171*
'^LuT :? ' --unner ". .V.. j? 4
'-?V P?h 'a ""^- -.-' ... 17
'-!.. w^,r. ? l-?. md ' ' I*
"-H r .! " :'-r-: 1
'?-T i>:.M"!:- 'r'- runne 1 f '
??~?.-/*hrv!';>? runn, '
-r i 7*u"
*t!-.r
Record luhl Will
Starl in $3,000
Handicap Feature
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 1. The largest
d thal i\ er faccd ;? stai ter in the
I N>w Vi ;i:'- Da\ Handicap will
C*0 ;" thc pi -1 at lhe Fair Gi ounds
track to-morrow afternoon in an eft'ort
to ( apture the $3,000 purse. I ghteen
ol the best thoroughbreds in training
' i "sl "-ti- the field, thr distance beine'
i. mile and ii sixteonl h
Sands of Plcasure, which won tl ?>
Chri tmns Handicap nt .lofforson Park1
Tipp ty Witchet, Irish 1%--.. United
\ erde, Slipper.v Elm and Bunga Buck
are among those who will attract thc
form players, but the held seems to
be very evcnly matched, and although
Kpecu ation is centered upon one or two
favorites, it would not. bo surprising il
an outsider landed tho purse at a nie<
price.
rhis race will inaugurate tiic Fair
Grounds meeting, and the Business
Men's A<>.u ation, which :.< conducting
ihe affair. is coniident that. there will
be no legal difficullies because of thc
> itcm of bctting, despite thc fact lhat
lhe director.^ are now under an indict
menl held over I'rom last winter and
can bi prosocuted on the charge Ihcn
laid before (hc grand j ; i v bv the Dis
li ? ? Attorney.
French-Farrell Tcum
Win in I'inchursl Golf
PINEHURST. N. C., Jan. 1. Eramctt
French. Yoiingstown, and John Fnrrell,
Quakcr Ridgc, defeated Cyril Walker,
Englewood, and Charles Mothorselc, in
an exhibition golf match on the cham
p onship course to day. They had a
best ball of 35. 38 73 in u strong wind.
Farrell, with a 7:'.. had thr- best ind:
\ dual score.
A. Ranney, of Greenwich, is the first.
playcr to make a "? on tho new
seventeenth hole on the No. :'. course.
He holed a 30-yard mashie shot.
Tvrconncll Celts Advancc
I*. p aying their gan c with the Calpe
Americans in tl < qualifying round of
i tho Southern New York State Foothall
' Association cup 1 i< the Tyrconnell
, Ci Its wont out by '< goal to 0 al Wood
?':i'.r, L, !.. yesterday, and advanced to
the v.r*'. regular round, in which they
will meet Glen Cove on the latter%
grounds next Sunday. From athrow-in
I b> O'Halloran Graham shot the only
goal of tho game hall" an hour from the
start.
Bay Kidgc Soccers \\ in Easjly
"l%c Bay flidire Strollers defeated thc
Britannic soccer eleven by the score of
B goals to 2 in the second division of
the New York State League a;. St.
Agat.ha Oval yesterday. The issue was
practically settlcd in the lirst half. at
the end of which thr. visitors led by
3- 0. Queskey shot two ;,roals and A.
Johnston, Mitchell and !?'. Johnston one
each for the Strollers. Miller scored
twice for the losing side.
Soccer Doiildf-Ilcader To?day
A double-header in the annual inter?
national soccer serios ut New York
Oval will be the b:g attraction for fol
lowers of soccer this afternoon. Team?
representing Sweden and Spain will be
the lirst to take the field at 1 p. m. In
the second game America will bc pitted
against Scotland.
_-?-???
Brooklyn. and Yonkers in Tie
A tie at 1 to 1 was thc outcome of
the New York State Foothall League
game between the Brooklyn Football
< lub ar.d thc Yonkers Thistlcs at the
Ridgewood Baseball Grounds in Brook?
lyn yesterday.
mngside A. C.
With 81 Points
Willie PJant
Two Games for Crescents
The Crescent A. ('. baskctball team
starts the new year with eleven
straight victories tucked away, its
latest victim being thc Union Gollege
team. Two games are on tap at rhe
New Mooners' courb this week, St.
Bonaventui'e appearing Tuesday night I
and the College Five, "r Brooklyn. on I
F ii d v ,n m h t.
IN ALL FAIRNESS
By W. J. MACBETH
THK ,i0W y;ai' Promiwa much for sport. Thore may nol be'the
11 tluT ?1f(V,),;tP1rna,io"a1 eompetition alon* all lincs that provaiied
,.9 lui:f:', ?, r^;11 llr win be ??** ^ *? --? >^
. r, ;?b0l'7 that BchMW" P?" ^rtesies between
vduals if ?o T v ??tair' wi" *? <?tinued annually hy indi
Ti o, , ,,,y.'?a":" Noth'"? but an ?c,cide.nl b likely to keep Bill
, f; m pl W"* thr0Ug'b ;M Wi?b^?"- Wc have no figh! in pro,
>e t ,? the pretension ol the Carpentie*-Dcmpsey embroglio, bul Eng
Wiil ? 'S "l*' T Mn?,n* oveT tho or* '-"<"< little man she hn Jimmy
Wilde- flywcight champion of the wodd
Knglaml, too is going to figure in international yachLing along our
shores, or though the Rritkh (?,.= <? " *>
N i ,.,. ;, . . , ?T1 froni our ?"-meter craft abroad
lant yeai, .1 has been decided Lhat Uhey will repay the visit ,? 1922 Thee
? * every reason, then, to believe the Corinthians will havc onc of their
standards that were >n vogue before the World War; perhaps to a better
stardard. for there ,s groater *mlercs1 in the small boat than ever before
and consequently tho sport fc no, C01lfhled exclusively t0 the multi-million!
air<
England probably wiH nol send a leam here in scarch of the polo
cup oefore 19J4. But m the mean time lhe game will nol bc allowed lo
ag. Some fine now players ave being developed in thc army and ai our
big colleges, so that Davereux Milburn's champion four should find plenty
ol i-eaerves and support two years hencc if help is needed. Cevtainlv the
type ol the American pony has been improved until it is now consideied
lie very finest to be found anywhere in the world.
There seems ,*> evidence of any abatemenl of public interest in sports
generally. Professional sports- boxing and basketball-continuc fo pack
[Madison Square Garden and the other clubs and halls of thc citv ? If
there is any financial depression it has not yel pinched Lo the cxtcnl where
tlie devotee is required to forego his hobby.
Professional Boxing Again in Grave Jeopardy
j |>ROFESSIONAL boxing in New York State. for some reason or'other,
van lasl three or four seasons at most at a time. It would nol be al
: all surpnsing if the Walker law were repealed ai the nexl meeting of the
. Legislaturc.
The whole trouble lics with the professionals most closclv associated
with the game and thc men who naturally should be most. soliciLous ?f its
welfare. II is a long story, thi.; trouble whicli has been browing foi
months. but which reached a crisis last week in the oflicial announccmcnl
that lhe stato armories would bc thrown open Lo professional promotcrs.
There lics thc danger. Por if so many buildings of liugo capacity
arc available, thc city and state are bound to be hippodromed to deatli.
Promoters who have been doing business under the Walker law and ivlio
have heavy invcstments in property devoted principally to boxing could
not hope to oope successfully with a rival who could operate an armory,
light and rent free. on a possiblc commission basis with the National
Guard.
The one to be most seriously injured would bo Te\ Rickard, of course.
Rickard declares he will carry his light to the highest courts, aml even to
the Governor, if necessary, and thal hc is prepared to cali on influences
lhat would junk boxing rather than submit to such unfair eompetition.
Temporarily the atmosphere seems somewhai beclouded. It is not
known whether the militia authorities intend to repudiate the authority
of tlie State Athletic Commission. Tho law vests this commission with
absolute control of professional boxing and wrestling throughoul the
state. Chairman William Muldoon says that no licenses will be \s<uod
to armories. Up gives it as his opinion that there are even now too many
licensed clubs for the good of boxing.
There is reason to believe an element opposed to Rickard has wilfully
precipitated the present trouble to have tlie boxing law amended, if not
repealed. Thc law is not. popular with the profession. Decision bouts
never are. Our champions prefer to stall through limitcd, no-decision
tests for half the money. Their crowns arc safer then.
It i.s hoped for the good 0f boxing that a showdown develops imme
diately. It is hoped further that if the armories are utilized thc authori?
ties will bo very careful to investigate the promoters who operate them.
There arc many undesirables in tlie immediatc vicinity who have helped
kill the game twice before. The Frawlcy law was repealed because of
fights between unscrupulous promoters and managers who were more or
less successful in getting certain commissioner? in their power.
On the whole, tlie sport has been conductcd cleanly under the Walker
law. Tt is to bo hoped that it is kept clean.
Wrestling Dead Issue Locally
HPH E manly art. of head-spinning seems to have just naturally died of
suffocation. Our huskies of the mat have lit out for other parts, for
every onc interested in wrestling must realize there can lie no hope of a
rcvival under tbe silly rules of the commission.
These rules pcrmit flying and rolling falls to count; they make a joke
ot the game. There is absolutely no opportunity for a real test of skiii
as local fans have been educated to expect. Had hc set about deliberately
Lo kill a sport of which at one time he was one of thc greatest exponents,
William Muldoon could not have found better weapons than tho amend
ments hc read into the codc.
New Year Opens With Championship Battlc
IN MILWAUKEE this afternoon Bcnny Leonard, lightweighl champion
of the world. will defend his title against Pinky Mitchcll.
Thc Mitchell family has been very kind to Bcnny. K has kept him
more or less busy during a dull market. in lightweights locally. How?
ever. Bcnny seems to have disposed <>f his old foe, Ritchie Mitchell, after
such fashion that Milwaukee friends refuse to cough up to see their idol
plastered. So civic pridc now turns to Pinky.
Of the two brothers Pinky is thc more seriously regarded. Hc is
young an?l shifty and a tough boy to boot. It was thought a year ago
that hc would soon outgrow the lightweighl class, but lie has nol yet o-rtitl
uated to thc welter division. Pinky Mitchcll is very likely to give Mr.
Leonard a busy afternoon. though there seems littlc danger of Bcnny
leaving his crown behind when he shakes the dust of Milwaukee. from
his Feet.
Cleveland Scribes Assume Pessimistic Tone
JJTANDSOME HARRY PRAZEE, of the .Boston Red Sox, has far from
any comer on undesirable publicity. The Boston scribes have said
some mean things. aboul this owner. But most of it. has been mild in
coinparison to what tbe Cleveland lads are handing Jim Dunii and Tris
Speaker.
Out Cleveland way they iigurc George Burns thc equal of Mclnnis
and Elmer Smith a fai better asset than Stuffy. .loe Harris, too, is a
high class bal! player. Thc trade is frankly deplored as a death blow ta
Cleveland's pennant prospects.
Provided he gets some pitching, Prazee may make a lot of people
c-at crow before next fall. He has an aggregation of sluggers, and hitting
covers a multitude of other baseball weaknesses- There is reason to be?
lieve Joe Dugan, of tho Athletics. may fetch up in the Hub. If so, the
Red Sox of 1P2*J will annoy a number of good teams.
Tennis Ranking Should Meet Approval
r|M!E ranking of the best tennis players in the United States during
1921, inen, women. juniors and boy3, as made public to-day by the
ranking committee of the United States Lawn Tennis Association, will
r.o doubt meet with gencral commendatlon among those qualified lo judge.
Some there are. of a certainty, who ivill feel that they havo been dis
criminated against in these ranking Tists, and that must ever be where
the human equation enters. To the 'unbiased mind, however, the players
have been as fairly ranked as possible, under tlie existing condition/? and |
that is all we have a righL to expect.
Take the first three men in the singles, for instance, Tilden, John-!
ston and Riehards. Where are we to find their equals? Each possesses
certain points of cxcellence that are peculiar to him alone. Tilden, with
his immense diversity of stroke and mastery of tactics; Johnston, with I
that peerless forehand drive* and iiis skill at. severe. overhead volleying,
and young Riehards, the nstarvel of a marvelous tennis age, probably the
greatest volleying genius ever produced in this country.
I do not believe thew are any, players or merely followers of the :
tame. who will care to dispute ihe right of these three to rank as the j
world's greatest. It*^y be long before we see their like again.
New York Club
Dofeats Falcoi
Soccer Eleven
Local Team Gains Victory
Over Visitors in tlie Last
Five Miiuiirs of Playi
*<\ ith only Len men in line and minus
the servii i i 0f one ol their I'ullback
during lhe latler portion of Lhe game, j
lhe Fah ,, soi ci i eleven of Holyoke, I
Ma <howed gallant resistancc
againsl the attn< k of. Lhe New York !
1,1 'tball i ;iub in the American League
match nl N'ew York Oval yesterday,
but wiis beaten in tlie ]? f five min
ute of play by the score of 3 goals
to '..'. Al half time New York was
leading 2 Lo I. The vii itors owed :
their rcmarkablo rtisplay in :i larrr i
I measure to the heroic efforls put forth
?n <i,n,r behalf by Gray in goal.
I\ftcr thirty mlnute: ' of play Hard.\
hooked in tho tirst. e.oal I'or N'ew York
from a inix-up nnd soon after Philp
placed ? I , home team two poinl i up.
in a ludden brenkaw ay on : hc lel 1
' Dowdnll, nl thi Falcos, broke through
N'ew York'* defenHe and made it ' Lo
I hh end.' w re changed.
( 'I !''? ' anditig remained unchanged
for the next half hour, when a pcnnlty,
given against Meyerdirks, cnabled
Downey to equalizo for tho Falcos. A
i long run liy \ndrew on the left yielded
N'ew Vork's winning tally barely livc
minute: from tlu end
The line un :
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I' I!
I. 11
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. i 11
li/i
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Dallry tlrnllirrs Win
Prizes ;;l LarchoTioiit
1 ?? Dalley brotl i ? look Lhe two
mo ; impoi tanl prize i st t hc i rap of
! ii" Larchmonl Ya( hl < Ilub yesterday.
U. ('. Dullev led 11 ?? field wi'l li a card
of !>.") oui of a possible 100 targets,
winning the high scratch prize.
The nigh handicap prize was won by
{ E. M. Dalley with a card of *7 15? 100.
1 He look the cup only after a shoot off
| againfil I'. A. Moore and T. .7. McCahill
jr. The last named gunncr wa- tlie
: winner of Lhe Lake home i rophi .
, There will be no hooting at Larch
? mont i o-doy.
The scores:
Vanie,
10. M. Dallei
'I' .1. Mei 'aliill ir. . 7'
'?' A M.? ...
W K. !?-.-;,.-.)F..:-. . . II
i VV. 17 \\ .1,1,. 5:
.1. 11. Van lervi. ... Ri
1 I.. r. Dall,."
I' '? m II ??, ?? ti .,n
V\ v> Swan. !"
.1 Meg-a i-dc
C I) Thomas, . 7'
.,;
No Boxing Team for Vi enl \ a.
MOltGANTOWN, VV. Va., .Ian. i .
Boxing as an intercollcgiate -port will
nol bc adoptcd by West. Virginia Uni?
versity this ye.-,r, according to n dc
1 cision announced to-day. Contrary to
the attitude at some institutions,
. Yiountainccr authorities are said to
favor the sport, but think that facili
I tics should be more adequate and that
a larger number of men should be in?
terested before tbe sport is put on an
? intercollcgiate ba -ir-.
Want Dalc With Harvard
CAMBRIDGF,, Mass., Jan. !. Two
more Southern universities. the Uni?
versity of Florida and Alabama Uni?
versity, have exprcsscd their willing
ness to fill the open date, Nbvcmber
,1, on the Harvard football schcdulc.
Bensoti After Pitchcrs
SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. Jan. I. H. T.
Benson, rvrcsident of tlie San Antonlo
Tcxas Lo&guc club, announces that he
i dickoring with O.onnie Mack, man?
ager of ihe Philadelphia Americans,,
j for t \vT> pitchers,
- -??
Havana Entries
,f ? ^; rare, felalminB purse, $700 for
' Iferec vear old maidens; li' " ai rl a half |
. Pm lonKi l ? Miss r-'rauland, P . ?Naoi I '
i ',7 'Carrie Baker. 100 - Ityeres, f'7; .
?niKOdnn, I0;">; Marjrarel N'nsh, IOR; I.ov,
.. '..-?.'. mr,; M isa Kop'e, 10."); Tricol 11 - (1
i .Mrs Grundv, in- ; ?Tho Roll Call, 106
' KlnR R. 110.
Second race (claiminR; purse $700 for
,nr yea-r ,.i,is and upward; rIx furloiifrs) ?
Baechanalian 9!>; ?Mia.i llilarity, 30;
. I.: ? ? II ? ? ? . 107?; I.iiyhl Fnntasl Ic-, 104 ;
Mohnjny O'Connell. 104; Chlncote.ag'ije 104;
l ? ?, ??? Girl 107 ? Re' Knnis, 109; Huen
103 Truai i ll: B, hor n i Brei na, : : .' ?
Huorivan 117.
Third ra (elairr ?? ; purse ; r00 . for
, feur year-oldF md upward : ? ?,???..?
- ' Korhid. 10'i: *Midif n. 104: ?Sir .FaeU.
I 107: Marion llolllrin, 107; ?!. li Mcme, 107.
tilolden P'linl 100; "Taraseon, 110; Tlmothy
j J Mog-an, 112; Milcc. 115; Pibroch, 115;
, "?? roi, : '. 7 . Frascu< lo, I 17.
*' Pourth race (Resolution [landicap; pursc
$1,000; for three ,-eai o ds ui ,! upw ard one
milel The r.enpard, 101 ; Louis A 10-7- I
Billy Barton. 106; Lad ?? l.ove !?. 17 ? ,?
- ide, : ' ? Dr. Clark, : :o
Fifth rai ?? , ? lairning purse {700 for
! four \ -..,;? .. da ai J upward; mil, and I ft
, ards ?Scar PMank, :>:,, N'avajo, ion
"Ava n.. -n^; -m. adoworth 105; ?Han v
' (ilover, 105; \ utom iti, BeCI '?''? ,17-il:;..r l
i I 7,.: : . | ifl
Kixt h !?;,. e . . ;? ",?:':-, pui r V , 00 for '
four year-olds and upwi id mli ? ai il n s j
teeni hl ?? Dolly l' --7 , "Allivi ... 100
" Vfc Uloo, 105 ' Poilu. 110 Blyi mah 110;)
I ?olph, 110; II., ri s M Stevens, 110 P.ocl, ,
port. II
? \ppr ?nl I, ?? r.;:,,v. ai i es
New Orleans Enlrirs
? ?-' ?:<??? (purse, $1,000: for two ... ?
' olil .''*' uinl seldinRBs three furlonga)
' ' rl Top : ' 7 Roi :. ! '..: JArtin 115;
? Patroln mi i : Kob '.: i"ra; 115; . Ajrrl
i r.nia. I i. Chiel r-'U un. 115; Better l.a, lt,
11! Tlie M ii-- "? iim 115 At hlets, 117
' -;' me \,;.-. ? ;: , i laniel, 115: ('. llug-hi, ,125
I v.\|. .l,...,-.s eiitrj . ' '7i Iffln en' -t.
Second raca fpurse, tlOoo- for three- I
;. Vr-ar olda flvo and' ;, half furlongs")
Maurice 121; Torn 1!.\:-.- |r., 106; Cape
: r..)ji 106. Miss (7restwood, 10.1 Colando, I
i 10U; Kr.,,- Graus, L0C: Reb I0S; Modesty ?
i l O'i Brilllani Ra; 108 OmnipoLent, 109: ?
? Comic Song, 106; ln ? Sanim' I0C
Ms ian .i ? - , I0D
Third race (purse, \' 000; for fou ???,,?
| ''?<-. and upward; aix furlongsl Mlnute
Man. '?' . ' 'ourl View, I02 Elmer "., 10i<.
Irish Dream 104; Ihgh ,',,-t. H6; llobev t
Baker, lOt r.ucky P , 7 10
l-'ourlh ra, ? (purse $3,000 for three
????:? old ?: hsndi '??>'. mile and j slxteenlhl
-tli --ii ICisn. 100; M. gone Dava, 116:
Wnodtrap, 110 llerd (JUrl, 10'.': Ooalrr,
li"; Velo, 103; Bunga Un. i.. 116; Guv 110
Blarnej Stone, 100; Neddam, 116; vVVliitn
Star, 104: 81'Vifratc. 105; (Sllppen Blm
114; Servltor, 106; SSea Cove, ^7: JUnlted
Vercle, 114, Tippity Wltchet, 124; Sands uf
Pleasure, n 2. ISunnyland st;ib'e entry
JClark entry. ?JIoward enii.. .
Fifth i.purse. $1,000; Old I*own
ruixp, r(.r four-year-olds and upward.
mlle) -Pastoral Swaln, in:;: Mysterlous
Girl. 102; Woodtrap, 112; Wapitl, ioi;
Valor. in:t; Tody, 06; Goaler, 109; l>a.v
Lilly, Sl ; Courtshlp, 10'<; Gray Oablea, 103.
.-'i\;h rac*) (pume, $1,000: for three-year
olds (ind upward, clalming; mile aiid a
slxteenth) Lady l.Ulian, 1 !:;; Mldnisht
Run, 113; 'Murray. 110; 1'ltt, 110; K1bb?rtv
ctbbrt, 110; M>ark Hill, 114: RepeateV,
110. Warsaw, 112; Tulwa. i08; Translate,
110: ?BHbed Voter, 110.
Seventh race iriuis? }-.('?0; for four
year-olds and upward; clatmlngr; mlle and
a quarter) Gourmand, 11 i. Lazy Lou, 101;
British l.ine,-. 09; .Saniia> Jay, 106; War
itWe, 109; The Cullen Bon, 104 '.fohnnv
Ovcrton. 101; 'Currsnt Eventa, 1?4< f'hol
Innger. 111: "I^-idy I.oncfnl iow. 10*; >t.,-Hi
Duck, 101; Wadsworth'.i [.ast, 114; liiv.,,
Gnlv-in. 110: 'Corilla. 108: l^orena Moss
101 : *.\:-x il 106
?P"lve .lounils appienlite allowance
, lalmi ?;
JQllBUNE CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS1NG
I OST. Kiimi ANI) kk.VYATID
1 ' -':'' l?J ift. rnoon froi . . I,.,/ I
,. ' '"' ,'?' wlri? haln il r .i ..... iibOL-l
"' ''"'? "?' nmrV i ir vhlt- wll h blm '
y ' ; ?????'? ? o|| ? si,. ?? ,; rowar.I .lohti
' ' ' "ii i ?? i lln.nt .?'.. h Rl I.' iina ho ?
LrOBt 'Jmikhookal
1 ' ' ' li'?. -..?'. ' ':<? New
1 "' 1 ?'??? ? !T.'- H? nl ' '.??? 111*11 ? 10] :???'!
1 ? '"->' r l>li -.??? r ? ui n lo Imnli
?' ' I Rankhool \i, iG 11m em
Ka> ingi n i. . .? :',.), ??? i\,- -
Hloippi rl i ... . ., . ... ... ,,?,,.,
i i u.Msiiiii itoiiMs ro i.i:i
Easl Side
? " ' ' ;; . inoti >N \1 !'?? ? ' Rui
? '|.-"" H.n - xr ustvelj newl; <)??? -
'"'??? ? om ualli .!:?. . .-..: up; also
i' ??'"' 'i'- I. . tl (11 - ?"?? .'.? ui. " '
1 ' :.???:.? |,jg eduotlon pi
''??l' S'l \ MADISON V Hlotel A. . 1,
ton) ;.. .,,.-.., ? ?si ? r
l>"?" " ??' up .rn i . ? 'I $12 60
up hosi h. - irtui "... . ibv
'?? '? ?. ? . ?
Wps| Side
: orn st h ,-, k , i , -B , ,. ... ? ?.,,
''??' li fifnl lemen . [ii>rnu nent; ri U ? ?
Sl.ST ST., roi.l.'M lll'S \ ?. (i ,|o7 ; i Hot. ' i
N'-v Ij i|i i ornted rui nlsli I oi >. u.?e
'"' '": th. 51 .r-u ly up; eli vatod, nurfHCe
1 ' ? ". '-nl." ay; rui! hnte rci vtce; restaui - n
266 WEST I'.M. AVE. Suite. v.ici, rooma
and si udlos, vvlth oi v Ii hout bath; ref
ei r i,. <?
HOARDEKS WANTED
" TH S I" . AT l.l.'. INCTON AVE. i Ilotel
"?:??; i l*oi liulli i nnd
from 518 up; ? ?? Rl or 11 lephone
ti full hotel .-, vlre; ii- ? ;-. -:r- .rn
HELP WANTED MALE
REAI i ..- l Ai i; i:i:i .1, : ;i: <? ? - -
? '.mi. ii prop tiI.??;?? tvn . -.
1 *"i'i.'. in ;. -.- .o l; mini i I ?.?;... ? ? i? ?
1' I ' I ,'? . ?; ,. , , E ?
inili si
VOl'NH ,\| AN tn ;??? hI n ? \t c il wm I .
?' I. CRiil. -. hoURI ? .' ng< cx
': ? ? in.l n .,.,;??,- wanterl, ? Brlght, SS
i i Ibum .. I N is au
Autontobile Instruction
RF.PAIR S"i ;, tlrH Ing taughi i hoi I tIro*:
I" '?'? - K larsuilp ?..:;:.. . Ihr: rs; also
; ? . - >.':?? Tl an Auto S. hool. 7:*
1 ?? ? ; - ' - , :? .
Sl It \Tlo\s WANTED I'EMALE
< 'hambcrmaids
nial.l ? ? l Voiiiig
i i-M'-H. -I rn ini.I . |
I.'?'? ' ? I -' I' ?!..?? II.>t
?- ? - v ),-!'? ?? in i. - .. . u rioo
I ' ph.ir ?'? ? . Murra; Hlll.
HA inillt.MAiri ,VAIT1'.I-JS; Ruglil nonl
"UlTg rtn.-a . ' ?;:)-, - . . . ,; < .
' llnfini . ? '...,,. 10 IO. r| l st ::?!
?'- l'i 'i mi ?? '? i; Murra; Hill
i'llA.MlJKK.11 All . ? ?? ? i .. . ? ? ? . ?
? ii P ibii ' . ? . . ? . : ? ,?' | ???
mli ?! ii:ss lli.li Hun.au 17 AVost 4411
\'iind". hill S'HO
' HAMBKIt IAID. awsist | anlrv; -<?? ??>
' ' rs' ? r.'i'..iu '?: young . %' ') ^r
?'-?..-? ??.';-.. ii I" i ' ? Murra j I' I 6 "74
(k>oks
goo ? ????;.?. ii., Mlan Hof
maycr'a Ageney. 10 IC, 43d bU, *ld floor.
Tolephonc S9 4 7 Murraj Hlll.
? 'i ii Us t*i ui v. elTlclr-i ' . good i iai aff?i
nbllg rip : -' ? higlily < n n ( ndr-d
iIIbm m , i Bui ..-: . . We; ' ' ltli Van
It-rbill - (''.
? HIK ? ' ? pii ble j oung : t br.i lasl
plai-r J70; anywtierc. MIbs SIi??.'k
; \gpiu-; ,6 1-3 llsl Mui-i ly Hlll R774.
nnKS ? HA.MMERMA1DS, WA 1TKESSBS,
'. msf ?..?.-. aundi pssea l.ehl: 1 Ageni y,
?. i: i-jr.u iiarioni r.i
' . i/ilAM HERA1 A ID WA ITRESS
Scnti | i i .?!-. ?,. ? - city, , ounl ry. ?.!;?*?
- h.. ughm - ?' .i Ag?nc; . RtfO 61 h av.
I '.'OOK, French. rer-ommended; family, fancy
.li ing ..-? : ing ..'??; 6th ave Jacqutn' ?
i'*Ol H< Scol ' < apabtr . exc?llent, Miss
Hall's Bur^a u, 1 ." v. csl Htli. V"and< ? bil
' <';_
Day Workcrs
| DAT WORKER Accommodalc; nraltress
or cool . dinners, lum Iteons a lao dri
lundresi h ? rv r. 1< . MIpr Hof
j mayer's Ageney, 10 I" -'."'l st., ;,?' floor
I relephono ?.P(7 Murray Hlll.
DAI ': Wl iRKKR. drst rlaRS i leai. neat
ii>: .???!'. ci His rd ntii ma, i; "1 m ott .in
highly recommended ; J4 10. Ma.son's Ageney,
(.enoiiil Houscworkers, Etc.
IH 'i SEWi IR [< ER ' 'apabl". ;? .ung I. ol :h
"?> . . hiiv .v In ?. M i: g S1i?ji 's A ? " ' 6
|.; i ... .. Murray Hlll 6771
lIOl'SEWOnKER Eicellent cook waitress
Rpli-ndid ri-fori.-ni-es. Miss Sh,i'i;;hn.-<?', a
M.-. ?:? . ??? 0 6tll li'.
Xurscs, Tt<'.
D'S VL'RSE Childre ivei Ihree
years old ; ex elli? European and Am?r
.?: n Vrence? :: . Mlsa Hofmaj-er'.'"
IO E. 4"d st., .'Id II- or. 'I el. S34;
Murray Hlll.
INEANT'S NTRSE Toung Kngli liwoman
babv from (rained nursi . ,? ?? ? ......
.-,.,. \ . Mi is llofniayi r i Ai?#TTr 10 K
l rl sl !rl flooi Tel. 8047 \luri . Hill.
N'TftSK i l-'r.-'I. ii i, neai. thorouglilv ? ?
? .?? .i i'i-i.i. - ? .? ? ? ? ?. .
? !!??-?: city. co ini r; S75. Mai on' ? -. .
18 IWsl 43d 81
N l."RSE l'r.li for ii il . ? ? ?". in*
childr. i . it:. . young. eupabl" Misn
Sbea'B \gene> . 6 I). 41?t; Murra II 16774
W aitrcsses
?*AlTRESS-r-ARI.ORMAID -Young IrUh
girl; good city reference. <?? Mls.> llof
nayi r s \ g* tvy . 10 E. 4 !d lit., Id floor.
i ,.i..,,p,.-,... 8947 Murray I1) I
,V V1TRBRS I' \KI,' iR.M A i I ? I'all. ? at.
i ix-i appea ranee i-xi ptlouall: on p'. teni
ii ohI hlglil\ recoinni. nded ; J.7?> Miss Ma
son i v;.??,.??-. is Wi- i ?????
11 ^.ITRESS-t'HA.MBER.MAIU i.'apable.
; oung . ??"..? , upa ?' itiil pref ri ? d Miss
.-'!,??.-, -. Ageney, 6 i; 4:^1: Murray Hill 6774
VVAITRESS PAItl I'lHiAMi Neat, ofli
cient; higbly reeoi ? 1 ??!-?.1. Miss Shaugh
m"hsi > As sney . SU0 Uth .
Office
BOOKICEEPER. stenographe experienced;
C'hristian; capable, handle small office,
K ::ll. Tribune.
Miscellaneoua
VPF'ROVEU i ? ; .- ha.11 ierniaid.1
waitresses, nurses. governesaes, couples.
la-undressea, housewoi iers Miss > 1 ;< 11'>
Bureau, 11 West 14;!. I'anderbllt S340.
i'OMHETEN'T Swedish coolts, kitchen
inaids, ehamberTiialdP, n-aUresses laun
dre.siies, liousoworlierE, couple.s, buil?;.s
apd housenien: investigated references.
Sai ipson'H Ageney, 78 4 I.exlngton av.. cor
ner ni<t nt. Telephone Pla/o 5005
E.\rr.I L.ENT Swedlsli . ooks. chambcr*
iiiaida. butlcre and uouples: i'y, court
try. Bevta Caflson'a Swedish Ai?''nel?B, 7J7
Lextngton ave. near 61at st Rhlnelandar
Si47. 2280 Broadway. cornar sJd ?t.
KITCHEN MAID .1- useful |50; brlght,
young Irish. Miss Shea's Axency; ?; K
ilst al ; Murray Hill 6771.
I.ADV'S MAID (French). firsi .iass, capabl?,
conscientlous; excellent rr-fcren'-^a; $60.
Mason's Ageney, 18 West 43d st. Longacre
9160
MAID. 1'rpiiih, charge wardrobe, fine need'e
wonian, packer, r,02 6th ave., Jacquln's
Ageney.
SITUATION WANTED MALE
Domestic
BUTLETl, SECOND MAN. HOVJSEMAN?
Toung, rapable meit; all hlghly recom
menrli-ii. II. .Misa Hofmayer'a Ageney, 10
E 4:id st.. :wl flonr. Tel. X047 Murray Hlll.
BUTI..ER-VAL.ET, very ni-st : thoroughly
experienced I Elllplno) ; most excellent raf.
erences; JS5. Mason's Agenc;', IS V.'eat 1;.J.
I.ongaire S1 >>0.
Ul'TI.EJlS. second men, honsemen. usefu!
couplea, grootns; elty or counrty. Mias
Hall's Bureau, 17 West 44th. VanderbHt
8.141.
Bl'TbER usefiiU also houseman ; thoroughly
i-ap.able; referwices. Sbaughnessy's Afenc.v,
S1T1 ATIONS WANTED MALE
Domestii
; ,;' '?'?' ' I '? eapabie. good ?pp(,ai ,
we|| ,... .,,?,, , t ,,? , jso R ,.
I ' '"'?'' -'?>.?. 61 11st Murra i i . ,
h'HAITFFKim. !>?-, | . ...
t, :,M ?.?
| ? "; >;??<?? rmi -',. .
'""? servants O . Min* Hofm ? ? .
* ? ? ..:.,.- ?
" ' .' ' eai e. $160
?' ' " A~ ! ? ' ???? ?: . ,;
' I " ? ? ri
'?? '? lei ' ' ook . $125 .... . ? * . '' ,
I <! Mun it ,
.I ?-.' ?l ...
I ?
? - ? nice,
HOI liMA.V
" ''. ' : !. ? <??>?? ?? >m . r. ?
M Maao ? ,:
??',-'.k,k ExperlW^k-but,
. 1;' rant 7717
, i '?'?';''? >?'<>*'?'?>?? "i cook butler: ?p)?n.
MiscelUneous
'
l;.:.'-.' f.-\i?n ? e: r.KMA : r.i
..?..' i'krik i ?. i-i
|?'T* ?' " VivV.,:,,;:;.?.,,; '?';?;
?'-" V '.V V ? BH ENOAGE
',' ! V ''' '?" " rr? ' 7'R*. -:?
1 I " ' 1,1 H V . ? - . . . ??
? i::-; r;ii vi.-. ??"?
EMPIOYMFNT .M.K.M [E9
Domestlc Help
A-dMiTor:,??Rc''' ?r",:,n,r>- K?*np*? Agency.
HUSIXKSS CARDS
Diamonds, .Jp-wrlry. Etc.
A,]vi,.f?, Bennett. 17B B-way. 2d floor.
_ LEGAk NOTICES
I ?i PRBM-B coi.n-j . . r ok erie ?
. *'?"' !< " mrtei .?? |o, .. : ?? al
? hjrullll, .-.,. La? mE P 01 , K
l'i- IA IE (il ,. >:??., ? .
? lins. agatnat John Ooe .iai ? r>o, Rl ? r<J
Ild .;..!.,? '; ... ? .,,
? ? ??????.: e ? |?US| ....
?l
ind all
' , " ' -I.- l\ I 1 IX, (,.- I ??
'?;-? ? ' * , ,- - ";.
?*'" Of ' -? 1 n ' .tr..,., -,,, ., ,, a
"" 'r ' ll H ?? ? I,
-'? : ? iv, ? ? ru, , ,,. .,,.
I '?*? ? h' I - : ;?|?t ? frrlr
, "onio part ? - ,r through. , ,-....
?".".'." u ? ',' '".'?<?? ' " elthei or an.v
? , L>-V deeeased nui-h unknown nlaimanta
' 1 ? '- ? . '-S ;. - ... -..
?f''MA .aaedaband of ihe
;""'\" ???? ? ? 'lefen lai >^ ,.- . :- ,.- . . .....
"? them and any pi son ? pe B, .? .? ??
ing any intei-eei In ? ? UUe (o or li^n upon
?- d real estati ? n :?? ' ,r from or ui ei
;- I TH M ? " ? 7 Ie aaV?
' ?' ' '.'? aboi ? named ... f?n lai ts and their
'""? r ' husban s ..?.?. v.idowa and
I t. idowern if an; , >efendante
fO 'I HE 717, ,\ K -7 i.MEI.1 DEFKND
\A ? -? '? ' -?' '?? ' >?' n lai inta to
nteresl in tho i reniiaea here nafter
i arl ? -, r," -;
j TAKE Ni ITICE t! ,- ..:? .,,;?? of ? , ..
I ment hai! been : .: ..-.. cd l. ::-- p ? ^
of the Btate of Sev Vor! pursuant to sec
; Ilona l.39c to 1396 inoluelve of th, Public
bai; 3a Law ( , recover Iht l It'.e t, and
| rlgbl of posRe8slon of thi follom ng ?a
|-f iei rea property ? ? ...... in ., .
?.,,' ,. alnti fs b; eschcat on th, rleath of
THOMAS W r;ox Inteatate oi ab, ,:
i ?"* ISth ila; ..; .-.. | ? ..
i e the Village of Akron. cOUnl .? ? ..
! and Slsti of N>w y0rk ?-:;.?.i in f.-e sli
? P.V;-- ''.::' wlng ?!?? scribcd prei
At.:. THAT rTvAt'T OR PARCE1 O '
1 .AM) situate in Town ,.- N'^wstea I
? '.7'- '?' <;' ron, i nunt) ? ' :;: ; ? . ? . ? . -s
-' "i or] , bi Ing pari o! 1.,,- - ?? .
, enty-t ? , -,-,... ns>,ip , ,,..? . s
Range livr (5J of the Tonawancia Re.?er.
? and i ,.im,1^.l and dea'crlbed aa
BEGINNING ;,' a p unl In 1 ?- eei ?- ? ,
? .Ic hn Street al y rlistan :c of iro 1
I ecvpi ieen (217) f, "? easterly - ,
utersei tl n of tho - enter ? .. ?
. ai ison -treel v.|th he coi le; . ?? . '
| ..,(?- street; r-mnlng thence southerl
ght anglea to John Stn st I ??? ?:? .?
..''7 tt ?? ??^?l twentj nve : indre Itl i
? (236.uS) feet; thence easter s p
v.tth tbe center llr? of John Street nlne
? ? --,.. (93) ,,.-? ,., ,h( w<,.?teri, . ..
? ay ol the r.-i ra nne nc . ?
tbe \. est Rhon i -a, k * i right
- a; line h-'ng ihirtj ( 0) fei ? froi tlie j
enter ol lhe ? vi?tlng tracl mea
. ?' right angl?5 ihereto; thence nortberly I
a His said rigb- of way line a dlsta -
va hundred ?|g ? . . , <,.??
' ? -?-?? .- . '.,-..?- ; ? ,'?
' ? sterlj al >ne Ihe ? ? nter line ?' i ? ?
' eel oi - hundrcM.I thlrfv
? enths (134.2) re' I moi ?? or ??,
i. -, ? of b( ginnlns ,onla ? ng about
tbree-fifilia i -;, ? .,' ., ? ., ?.. ,,?? (al .. h,
1 .ioi"e oi ??"'
Oa tei Mbany, N. v . \ugu?l :2nd 1921
i IIA RI.E^ n. XEWTON All
General and '. ? lorne for Plaintiffa
Oftice ind ?'??? Offlce Addreaa.
i apltol, Albany, N. v.
8URROGATES' NOTICES
M'Xll-b, BENJAMIN.?IN PURSUANCB
nf an orrier of Hoaorabla Jolvi P Co
:ialan. p .Sor;-o-n-^ie nf the Coutiti r.f \?n
. Y,. \. NOTICE ts herebj given lo all p?r
uons has >ng elalma against B"iJ*,r.t-'
I Isieoll. late of the Couniy of New York
.!.- eased, to preaenl tbe same, with vouch.
~" ihereof, to tbe nubscrlbera, *t tn?i?
pli nl transactlne bualness, at tha .,?.;?
o< rrueadale -' Nlcoll. ihelr attorneya ?t
No. Mii Broadway, in lhe Borough . ' " in
hattan. In the City of New Tork, Ptain of
New ',?:.., on oi before the Oth .lay of
February, 1922.
Dated, New *. orl I he 23th da.y of July
1.'21. JOHN SI.OANE
COI 17TI.A-. UT NICOJ.L.,
iT.l. r..- i-).\l.K & NICOLL, Attorn'ejr8r*f?l
Exeeutors, Offlce nnd PostofTlce Ad
drea?. I <? Broa . v> .:. 1 .ugh of llan
hattan, New Vork City.
POHTBR. HORAf'1-ln purmjan.-^ .ir n
orde: of Honorable John P. Cohalm a
Jiun\,?ate c.f tha <"ou;.f ot'
:?> ? i. i ia he cby s; n -., . ? ;: gav,
I "having r'ft'iim agalnat HORACE PORTER
Imi? of the Count> of ew fork, de e.?. .:
to p'-e??r( the aarne '? Itl.^ thereof
?o tb- subacriber, nt Ita i !. ce of tranaact
ln~ i sinea; N o. ? '0 v. . .-.. ? .. ? |
*f Manhattan, City and State of N>w Tork'
*n or before t..? aoth d?- of January rext
n.lted' N>w forli. the 15th day of J . y.
GUARANTT TRUST COMPANT Of
NEW YORK. Executor.
fcAYDKN & POST. Attomeya tor Executor
?3 William Street, Borough of Mi.nhat:a?.
New York City.
PUBLK AUCTION NOTICE
I H :i.:. SEI.I. on Januan i 1922 al
public auction, at 3 p i . , at 313 oth av .
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What School?
Each year at this time some Private Schools
have Vacancies.
As many families desire to place their chil?
dren in Private Schools for the last half of
the school year we have compiled a list of the
Schools that have vacancies. We will be glad
to send this list to any one interested. Address
School Department, New York Tribune, 154
Nassau Street, N. Y? or telephone 3000 Beek
man.
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