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URGES RIDICULE TO
CURE 'SPIRIT fiVlt
Stephen Lcncock Sees Breakers
i Ahead in Theories of Sir
Oliver lodge.
r
CITES BOYLE'S ' BEYOND
Nothing Permitted to, Stay
Bead In ThcsoDaysof
Mad Credulity. :
Stephen Leacock of Canada has a sort
ot dual personality himself, having
written both "Element of Political Sci
ence" and "Nonsense Novel," but -when
the subject' Is Sir Oliver Lodgo and
iplrltUm, Steve says "tommyrot," Hej
thinks the credulity win wmcn many
persons listen to Sir Oliver Is really
jm-mful and that the best euro for It It
ridicule. , ' .
Trot, Leicoclc smoked a plp and re
lieved his feelings In thopiltmore yes
terday while Sir Oliver. Lodge, In .Car-
neelft. Hall, was ueuvsnng:
turp In Now York, on TheN Continuity
of Kxlstence."
ninir nnntvbound on earth Is una
rnoiiRli," I'rof. Leacock said, "hut think
hat Is In store for us when we pass
into the Great Beyond that Conan Doylo
has prepared for us. Doyle Is the worst
of them. He says In his 'Vital Mes
Kiro' that we all go on doing" in. after
life tho things we have been doing on
earth. Every man to his craft The
lanker must eternally stand Behind a
munter and be a banker. The day
laborer goes on laboring. Think of It
For all we know you and I art booked
to go on interviewing and being Inter
viewed for ever and ever."
No question or Sir conans sincerity
What is the answer?"' h continued.
I glvo It up. When you put the ques
tion to me, tho question of spiritism, I
tay. as a wiser man, I do not know, and
as a Christian, It Isn't so. The whole
XhiriR strikes me as absurd and yet
ftwple seem to be going mid over It
X.o thing which we thought dead in the
'OOdle Ages turns out to bo not 'dead at
,1. On the contrary It Is very much
alive and I fear unless something Is
done it will get us Into very serious
trouble. Let credulity go a little fur
ther and the teachings of splrlu will be
fiwntt in the law courts as evidence.
And when that happens we will be back-
In the seventeenth century, wnen i aon t
know how many witches were burned."
It was wrong, Prof. Leacock thought,
to accept as fact the beliefs of such
men as Sir Oliver Lodgo because of the
standing nnd reputation of tho men.
Conceding that Sir Oliver is a great
physicist, the Canadian continued:
"But when he talks of spirits he Is
not talking ts a physicist, or at any
rato he ought not to be. In the realm
of spiritism knowledge of physics
doesn't count
"Then there Is Prof. Jastrow. He
has been doing some good work as a
sort of counter Irritant to Sir Oliver
Lodge. But I do not think the, cure for
tplrittam will be found In scientific dis
putes or controversies or challenges or
beta or charges and counter charges
nnd nil the rest of the sort of thing we
are getting Just now. The best cure for,
It la ridicule. it does little good to get
angry about It It can stand that But
It we make fun of it, that is some
thing It cannot stand. By ridicule I
mean the sort that has made Punch fa
mousridicule so ktndly and yet so
powerful that 'the thing ridiculed la
simply swept away. Americans always
have prided themselves on their sense
of humor. Let them try a dose of the
kind of humor that Punch gives Its
readers in England. That is the way to
drive out the evil spiritists."
MEDALS FOR -BEST ESSAYS.
School Children of Notion to Be In
War Department Contest.
Secretary Baker on May 5 will pin
medals on the three .school pupils of
the nation who have contributed the
best essays In a War Department con
tent, the terms of which are Just an
nounced. The subject is, "What, Are the
Benefits of an Enllstmentjn the United
Rates Army?" More than 15,000 local
prlies will ba awarded, many of them
medals, others cash prize or merchan
dise. Business organizations are back,
lag the competition. The three prin
cipal prize winners will enjoy a free trip
to Washington with parents or guar
dians to meet Mr. Baker anir receive
the prizes.
The essays are limited to 'tOO words,
and will be forwarded through arnjyre
crultlng stations to a Judging board con
sisting of Secretary Baker, Gen. John
J. Pershing and Gi-n. Peyton C. March.
The preliminary judges In the New York
district Include Charles E.vHughea and
Nicholas Murray Butler. 1
ACCUSED OF GEM SMUGGLING.
Xeivmnn Is Drought lleforo Collec
tor of Port.
Joseph P. Newman, salesman for C.
B. Richard & Co., shippers. 29 Broad
way, was charged formally with crim
inal smuggling yesterday after he had
been taken before Byron R. Newton,
Collector of the Port, for an Interview.
In ordering Newman's arrest Mr. New
ton said the case was one of tho most
flagrant that had come to hla atten
tion. Newman was arrested on tho steam
ship Stavangerfjord. of the Norwegian
American lino Tuesday by customs
rwents, who said they took xfrom him
thirteen diamonds valued at $10,000
concealed In fountain pom and a tube
. iwui paste, it si. Newman, an at
torney of 20 Broad street, represented
the accused.
BOND THIEVES SENTENCED.
Three Involved in 9141,000 Rob
bery Get Prison Terms.
The members of the gang which re
lieved E. D. Levinson & Co., 52 Broad
y. of $141,000 of Liberty bonds on
jnStemf ,M last wer ntenced by
Judge wodhatns In General Sessions
Jesterday.
ieo Julofsky, who while serving as
His brother Milton ond Arthur Miller
received the bonds will serve from
SolomT a W t0 thMe y. while
aoiomon Julofsky, the eldest ef tHs
it v... ' "ce,To a suspended sentence,
navtng been shown at the trial that
iu mo nrm actually stole the
a half t'M sentenced t0 hom three' and
!(n Jf.h0.w? at 0,6 tr,al tout rXttack upon William J. LeadTr. 23, of
Profited by the robbery. Kit.ae.".po,.!h II T'cUiI
" nad not
t A
Held for Trial as Impoitor.
idlL E-vfiPltr. . of Plttsfleid,
Jeffern sfh?,d. fr trlal TMUrday In
e t., ? several hutlr dollars w6rth
Cmt ,n, aDparel ro" the Knox Hat
?V" miai avenu. while repre-.
.m, """s?lt as stanman Taylor,
aa membp of the Tale Club B
a
Bali
Dell
rvno Norse Are Unpaid,
PW HoaplUI are fifty
Jtiterdav v , f" 11 1"19 ,earnMl
Jtstsrrt-,,, t , v " ictmmou
"I tho . . . '" v" u iu
has nlc Pa' Paymaster to arrive
t" II" recelv'd at th
Cenlv i??r,a'?',b-"10nllly payments rod-
y stopped in December. ,
$14,881,950 LIBERTY
MONDS? TO TREASURY
Large Portion Bought or Re
tired by Government
111 . - ft... n ..
wjv.u, tu, oun us sit ions JlinALD,
washwotom, Feb. i9.-Libertys of
ti,ot,iev par.vaiue were bought,
turned Into the Treasury for tax pay
ments or called during January. Nearly
18,000,000 of. surplus earnings of the
Federal Rcaervo banks of the country
WflPft WmmA fno that . .
on'8 &
war insurance premiums. The" other!
bonds Were turned (nt th Tnamnr I
In payment of estate and. Inheritance
those operations were In addition to
the general sinking fund operations,
which are expected to reduce the na
tional debt at the rate of 11.000,000,.
000. Tho total funded debt of the na.
tlon will soon be, therefore, under $2G,
000,000,000. OPPOSES EXHIBIT OF
VICTORY HALL PLANS
tiii.
IriC.llKiOfl 111
Should Not Bo
Mayor's Competitive Display,
Says Gen. Wlngate..
Gen., George W. WITlgate, president of
the Victory Hall Association, Inc., has
addressed as letter to Rodman Wana
mnker, chairman of the Mayor's Com
mittee on a Permanent War Memorial,
protesting against, the Inclusion of the
association's Victory Hall plans ln.the
competitive exhibition to be conduced
by the Mayor's committee.
The objective of the Victory Hall As
sociation, Gen. Wlngate writes, appears
to be quite different- from that of the
Mayor's committee, and while the asso
ciation Is In sympathy with tho com
mittee's Idea of a great war memorial
to be erected by the public, the associa
tion has Its own definite objective,
which la) for a great auditorium' that
will combine many .features and will be
at one an architectural and utilitarian
acquisition.
The Victory Hall Association plans
the erection of this monument In Per
shing Square, the cost to be defrayed by
public contribution. Besides a number
of forums there are to be drill halls.
rifle ranges, athletic departments and
headquarters for the American Legion,
club rooms and such. In working out
its plans. Gen. Wlngate says that the
association has Jbeen advised by such
organizations as the American Fine Arts
Federation and the American Institute
of Architects both as to the architectu
ral plans and the site.
The public should not be contused.
Gen. Wlngate holds, Into the belief that
the association of which ihe Is head is
entering Into any competition looking
toward the ultimate prevailing of Its
plans. The associations enterprise Is
a separate one, and the General adds f
tho Mayor's committee should decide
eventually upon some great monument,
or a memorial bridge across. the Hudson,
tho committee may count upon the
hearty cooperation of the Individual
members of the. Victory Hall Associa
tion. Joseph Howland Hunt president of
the Municipal Art Society of New York,
yesterday made punno a letter no nas
sent to Aldermanlc President La
Guardla In oposltlon to proposed utili
zation of Pershing Square as a site for.
the. proposed Victory Hall and. indorsing
President uuaraias buiw uu ma
question.
TEACHERS COLLEGE EEVIEWED
Progress of Lincoln School Shown
In Education Report.
The Lincoln School of Teachors Col
lege, established two years ago, la the
subject of the first Instalment of the
annual report of the General Educa
tlon Board.
This year, the report says, the school
has had twenty-seven regular and three
n&rt time teacners and Ave Invostlga
tors. There are 184 pupils, as against
118 last year. Tho variety of work
undertaken makes necessary a longer
school dav and school week than Is ous-
tqmary. That many of, the pupils find
the work so Interesting that they and
their parents are willing to leave It con
tinued on Saturday morning Is Indicated
by the fact that, the Saturday percentage
of attendance, which Is optional, has
been 57, 48 and 42 per cent, respective
ly, for each semester.
The reDort says: "At the end of two
years It la obviously too early to pass
Judgment on the soundness of the
school's alms and the efficiency with
which these efforts ore Being mane to
realise these alms. It may. however,
be fairly said that the entire staff Is in
a distinctly critical attitude toward the
work of the school."
LUNCHEON FOR AGED READERS
Brooklyn "Eagle' Entertains Trro
' Old Collnborntors.
Tho management of the Brooklyn
Daily Eagle gave n luncheon In the
Chamber of Commerce, Brooklyn, yes
terday, to two men Intimately Identi
fied with Its history. James N. Brewster,
us. of Conev Island, a reader for seventy
years, nnd William H. Sutton, 90, editor.
of fraternoinewsanaan employee omua
1844. Both men oVlivered addresses, re
calling the day wnen four men got the
ESglc out on a hand press and when
Walt Whitman was a star reporter.
Mr. Brewster, despite his age, t visits
the EagWt city room at least once a
week with tips on news stories.
FAMOUS HOTEL CLOSED.
The Elephnnt In 'Weatehester
Conntr Yields 'to Prohibition.
Tho famous old Elephant Hotel, .at
Somers, in the northern part of West
chester county, which was erected more
than 150 years ago, has been closed as
the result of prohibition.
The hotel was first opened by Hacks
Hah Bailey, who brought the first ele
phant to this country and started out
with the first circus that had an ele
phant and few other animals to exhibit
under a little lent, which was pltohed
along the roadside. The hotel was tho
stopping place of Aaron Burr and several
other notables.
Follceman Held for Auao.lt.
On tsiitliTicrijr1 of tl"c3 ts?
. srnIA rhaw YtaA Htnuistri an
A XLlSSXIl. A141J wtHH "M - w
terday for examination. " ,
Ten Eyck also freed leader of a charjo
ot assault made by the policemen.
Mm'e. Clenaencesm Sails.
davfhter of the fom.r pSrt
France, who sailed yestlrday for Havre
bv the French liner Bochambeau. said
Jr Ucturi tour had mKsS successful
and that she ti
sna mai sne uisnwo mo American
people lor meir sencroua qospiiamy.
Twelve French war brides, jaost of
whose husbands were at the pier to see
them oft. also sailed by tho Rocham-'
beau for brief visits to their eld honies.,
. v.
TUE SUN ANft MW YORK HERALD,, OT)AY, FEBRUARY 20, 19201
TENANTS PURCHASE
HOUSE ON HEIGHTS
t ti ti jij. r a vm
aY Profit to Operator .Who
Has Not Yet Taken Title
to Property.
INVESTOR BUILDERS BUY
iBlllk Of JarkotNoW Consists
of Medum Sized Transac
tions by Investors.'
Tenants In the Mecklenburg, a six
story elevator apartment, at SS51 to-3569
Broadway, southwest corner of 146th
street, have formed a corporation and
purchased from ,tho Stars and - StrJpes
Realty Company, Charles qalewskl pres.
Ident, tho building at that address.
Charles S. Nlssen, head of the syndicate,
has agreed to pay Mr. Galewsk) a profit
for his contract, which does not ejtjlre
untu APIU T"en th8 Mw formed
'comorntlon will takn tltl from Almnn
Slchell and Cnrl Rosenberger, who con
tracted to iseil to Mr. Galewskl about
two weeks ago. Robert J. Fox, a tenant
In the building and an attorney, Is the
legal adviser of the. buyers, and Charles
A. DuBols, also a tenant, negotiated tho
deal. There are twenty-seven apart
ments and seven stores, and so far more
than half the tenants have Joined the
syndicate, with, the probability that be
fore title s taken others will come in.
The building returns a gross rental of
about $36,000. Mr. DuBols wild that it
Is anticipated through an advance of
about 20 ytr cent the tenants' syndicate
will bo enabled to reduce the mortgage
by about (5,000 c, year, obtain a 6 -per
cent return on their equity and a divi
dend varying with the cost of mainten
ance. Fifteen of the present leases ex
I ire next October and twelve the follow
ing year.
Inveitor-Bnllders Boy.
Earle & Calhoun eold for No, 220 West
Seventy-flrst Street Company, to Joseph
and Anthony A. Paterno, the three
dwellings, 54x100, at 21 to 220 West
Seventy-first streej), or Improvement
with a nine story apartment l.ouse con
taining suites of' three and .'our rooms.
Almost directly opposite Anthony A. Pn-1
terno Is erecting a similar structure, 50
per cent, 'of which Is already ..ased from
the plans. Davis, Symmes ft Schrteber i
were the attorneys.
Bay nnd Lease In Fifth Arenue.
Nlvlen Realty Company, C. M. Noble
treasurer, leased from Edward 8. Roth
child, president of tho Republld Na
tional Bank, for twenty-one years at on
aggregate rental of $1,113,000 the six
story building. 30x100, at 537 Fifth-ave
nue, adjoining the five story building at
535, also 30x100, recently acquired by
,J)jNlvIen company, for about $578,000.
Architect Leases Bnlldtntr.
John U. Schelcr, architect, has leased
the three .'our story buildings at 74t and
751 Sixth avenue, and 102 West Forty-
third street for a term of twenty-one
years from March 1, from Mary Fltxslm-
mons. The property was recently re
ported lcased, but Mr. Scheler gave the
original lessees a pront and nas as
sumed the resDOSlbllity. He will ex
tenslvely klter the premises and win
occupy the upper part The premises
fronts 50 feet In the avenue and 22 feet
In the street
Sale In Vesey Street
Bryan L..Knnelly sold fir the estate
of John H. zur mge to me mrwoiai
Michaels Sons Company, Inc., 108 Vesey
street, a four story building, 22x75, nd-
holnlng the northeast corner of West
street
Other Baylntr on the Heights.
Charles a. Kohler, Inc., sold for Frank
F. Schimpf to Ennls ft Slnnott Ic, 658
and 560 West 184th street, two five story
flats. 37.6x75 each, renting for $15,000.
George Kean ft Co. bought a five story
apartment 25x100, at 614 West 170th
street, and a six story apartment. ix
100. at 518 West 184th streot.
Hnnls ft Slnnott purchased the three
story dwelling. 16.6x100, at 515 West
14sth street, through Charles A. uuuois.
E. E. Thomas and Thomas R, Craw
ford sold 18 Sylvan place, a two story
dwelling. 19.8x34.6.
J. a. Maxwell sold for Louis Schlech
ter 506 West 135th street, a six-story
apartment, 45.10x700, renting for $14,
000 and held at $100,000.
Moore, Schutte ft Co. sold the five
story apartment at 511 West 145th st,
33.4x100. for Morris Kraus.
I. Portman bought from Alonco I
Tuska two two story apartments at 51,1
and 517 West 178th st, 42.6x100 each.
Dyrelllngn In Demand.
Wm. A. White ft Sons sold for Ed
ward S. Trexevant the four story dwell
ing, 20x102.2, at 19 West Seventy-fourth
street to Herbert Vbraham.
Wm. A. White & Sons sold to Foot &
Martin the fouratory dwelling with
elevator on lot 20S10 at 48 West Fifty
sixth st for tho Guatavus Stdenberg
estate.
t Alfred M. Rau purchased the five
story dwelling at 18 West Flfty-flfth
street from Mandelbaum & Levlije
through Leo Salomon.
Houghton Company sold the four
story dwelling at 59 West Seventieth st,
20x100.5. for Elite H. S. Mabon.
Sharp ft Co. sold for the Harax Con
struction Company the five-story altered
dwelling. 22x100, at E7 -West Eighty-
sixth street
Fred J. Fcuerbach sold to A. Hardl
man the three-story dwelling at S04
East Eighty-seventh st, 20x100.
Slawson ft Hobbs sold for Mrs. Edwin
D. Tucker, 308 West 104th st.'a four
story dwelling, 20x100.
Harris, Vought ft Co. resold for James
W. Bulmer 166 East Eighty-first street,
a three story dwelling, 20.8x104.4.
Frederick M. White purchased for hla
residence the four story dwelling, 25x
lou.c, zo isast Hixty-rourtn street from
Henry V. uomschmldt Earlier in the
week Mr. White's business associate,
W. R.. Peters, bought a residence at t'.
on the same block. !
Mrs. E. R. Adee has sold 129 East'
Thirty-fifth street a four story dwelling, '
20x74.'
Charles Wynne and Louis H. Low sold
to the West Beach Realty Company 215
West Twenty-second street a three
story dwelling, 16x80, through Dwlght;
Archibald ft Pqrry.
Bayers la Harlem.
Max N. Natanson sold to Edward
HeInw " lo 89 - a six
.story tenement. 40x100, throuxh M. Fine.
w .. - . -
Mstolmer Brothers' sold for the
T.ny nafl.i E-t., rnmniinn ,. 21
story apartment, 12.6x111, at SI East
imn street.
James Henry and George "W. Brettetl
sold for the estate of Emma Clark the
at th
. ,
Goodwin Goodwin sold for C. D.
Henrlrjue. and reiold Rose Klein tho
,hri.A fitnrv f1irAllln st 14 TOat i9A,h
" . :.,
.
nllt, .,.
he
J, N. Kalley ft Son sold for A. H. Ve-"
nlno to Irving; Bruns 458 West Fortieth
street, 'a four story business; building,
Episcopal Church the ground at 119
Washington street. 15x60. under lease,
Improved, with. a five story business
building, to G, H, etege. The leasehold
nas about throe years to rup.
Frederick Brown bourht ithrouafc Ash'
forth ufti Qo. from Borden and William
u. uwen the six story building at 18
East Twenty-third Btreet, 25x100.
E. A. Turner sold for John W. Ster
ling of . London, England, through
George W. Church, attorney, 7 East
Thirtieth street 21x82, adjoining the
proposed sixteen story Backer Build
ing, oh Fifth avenue, between Thirtieth
and Thirty-first streets. Mr, Turner will
niter, the property Into a six story build
ing, witn stores and apartments.
Witty Realty and Construction Com
pahy, '' inc., represented by Stono ft
Schlelmer, attorneys, sold through Louis
Frledel to a client of Charles S. Ro
senthal 105 and 107 Eldr dcre ntreeta
four, story loft and store, 50x100, for
merly .the Ninth precinct police, sta
tion. The seller purchased It from the
city about three years ago.
Farners Loan arid Trust Company,
acting for ho lata William Waldorf
Astor, sold through Hiram Rlnaldo and
Charles H. Schulman the two four and
one five story buildings at 14 Bowery
northwest corner of Hester atreet, 75x
100.
George S.'Runk nold for Lewis 'Bock
the northwest corner of Lexington ave
nue and Nlnety-nrst street, a three stcry
house', with garage, to Dr. Daniel P.
Morse.
Maurice Werthelm sold fdr L. Na
poleon Levy 28$, Lexington avenue, a
four story, dwelling, 24.6x84, to an archi
tect, who will remodel It for his own oc
cupancy, ,
Arthur' Lyon sold through Victor
Freund ft Son to Jerome J. Wilson the
live story flat, 17.2x100, at 885 Third
avenue.
Q. A. Polak Realty Company, Inc.,
sold for the James Gnffney Construction
Company a plot, 60x205, in the south
side of Hillside avenue, 250. feet east of
Broadway,, to the Norton Construction
Company, which acquired recently the
adjoining 150 foot plot for the erection
of an apartment house.
I. Portman resold through Harvey B.
Newlns, Inc., 210 West Twenty-ninth
street a three story building, 25x100, to
Samuel Greensteln.
W. Barney M. Welnsteln and H. Gold
man are' directors of the No. 34 East
Twenty-first street Company, Incor
porated at Albany Wednesday for the
purpose of taking over the. four- story
building at that address. Title Is held
by Joseph H. Stern ft Co.
The four story building, SB.4x4o.2x tr
regular, at 28 and 20 East Twelfth st.
has been resold by tho Burden Realty
Company to William Brlet through Spear
& Co.
. Ames & Co. resold the tenement at 242
West Twenty-seventh at, 25x98.9, to Un
der Bros.
Harry N. Kohn sold 'to Raffaele Ha
poslto 438 West Forty-fourth st, a four
story single flat, 28xlW.B.
S. Morrill Banner bought from the B.
U. D, Realty Company the plot, 185x100,
at 304 to 316 East Forty-fifth st. With
seven old four story tenements, 90 feet
cast of Second ave.
Maurice V. Freund resold to Timothy
Murphy 209, and to Ellen Cahlll 211 East
Forty-eighth St., two three story build
ings, about 35x100, recently acquired
from Harriet Jones through Victor
Freund ft Son. W. S. and A. S. KaUen
steln were the attorneys.
Leonard J. Carpenter, with Huberth ft
Huberth. sold 313 and 315 West Flfty
r.lnth street for Mrs. Lillian L. Remsen.
John Lucker sold for Emma Welsa to
Ferdinand Penner the Ave story flat Mx
102, at 540 Bast Eighty-sixth st
The St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church
bought from A. Frankle the Ave story
tenement 25x100. at 424 East Eighty
seventh st, adjoining St Joseph's School,
at 418 to 422.
Georae Kean ft Co. bought two six
story apartments at 11 and 15 West
Sharp & Co, were the brokers In the
mle of the apartment at 403 West 115th
et, reported recently.
Edward N. Crosby & Co. sold for the
Pesrless Candy Company the five story
apartment at 5jl West'l25th street, 25x
100.
Apartments Lcasett. '
Ames & Co. leased apartments in 128
West Thirty-fourth street to Louis. M:
Hakary, Wynne Ferguson. Misses O.
and C. Fellowes and Robert W. Stew
art.
Other Realty neports.
V. H. yrceland sold In Astoria the
six family fl at .187 Academy street
for Jacob Staebler and the two family
house at 16S Prospect Btreet for loon
ard Clara to Parker ft Hackett
Pease ft Etllman leased furnished for
the summer season tho property or A.
J. Fraser on "The Hummocks," At
Larchmont N. T., to Arthur M. SIden
berg.
V. C. Sauter sold 154 acre farm at
Manor, L. I., for the Title Guarantee
and Trust Company.
George Howe sold the residence or
Mrs. Jennie Kelleher at ts weiun ave
nue, Larchmont. N. Y., to Samuel P.
Donnellan.
J. F. McKean sold for H. O. Snlffen
his residence on Court street White
Plains, N. Y., to Dr. A. D. Hequen
nniiiv
Misses Nosh & Kennedy sold a half
acre plot In the Emily O. Bubler prop
erty at Scarsdale, N. Y., to Harry G.
Hughes of New York.
president, sold a plot In'the Green
acres section of Scarsdale, N. Y., to
Mrs. A Jj. Johnstone of White Plains.
James J. Kelley sold an eight room
house and 100 foot plot on Grove street
Tarrytown. N.- Y., to Miss Florence L.
Llbbey through Chauncey B. Orlffen ft
Co.
FLORISTS LEASE.
The rear half of the ground floor of
tho old Greenhut building on the east
side of Sixth avenue. Eighteenth and
Nineteenth streets, aggregating 21,160
square feet has been leased by the Big
Store Realty Corporation, represented by
Robert E.'8lmon, to the Wholesale Flor-J
lsts. Inc., who will use the. space for a
wholesale flower market, with booths and
a central arcade. At present the .florists
8AXJC0 AT AUCTION.
CREOSOTING PLANT AT AUCTION
Equipped for the manufacture of creosoted wood blocks,
ties, piles, etc,
Old established business.
Ten sens of land (four under water), eohvsnlentlr tftusted. with sawmill.
Ins plant, storerooms, offices and pier:
Vtrguu.
Accy by water and rsO; prirate railroad sidlac: 500 tm water froat.
The following equipment:
Standard sauge track, narrow faun track, dross hoists, dtrriete. narrow nnm cars,
standard so ear. dump ears, boltsrs. steam settees, pumps, etactrlo motors, st3
eselo. Uks, ratortj, stills, esses (Iron) auto trucks, ivs, plioers. borlps nuchlnav
conTsycn, erladen, form, pullsn, tbaraaf, tools, barrows, wscona, olBee furniture. &c.
The follomn stock on hand:
X aaanttty of len.laf yellow plas and craosote off, pitch, also eroeaoisd yellow
ptos pavinc blocktcsethor with pftch, wafoas, paring tools and equipment located
st the company's New York yerd.
Good will to be sold.
Ttts shots U ijjs, tolit st nubHosnettsn FSBROASr MT8. ltW, AT 1 F. M
,Fnll pattlcularson app&eattoa to Oeerte XiaV, Jr.i Rtohard I. Donovan.
TTlUlam W. fitlti. Trustees la Bankruptcy, i Battery Place. New Totk City.
are scattertd through West Twenty-
sixth and Twenty-eighth etreets. The
tfiaoa released by them will be taken up
by, the rapidly Increasing furrier centro
whloh'bao been established there. Di
rectors of tho florlsUf Incorporation are:
Horace E. Frpment, president: Edward
C. Horan, treasurer; James JC Allen,
Patrick J. Smith and others. Horaco S.
Ely' ft Co. were the brokers.
nWIUUD rw TZnor rV'C
UWNt.K Ut ItlUKLC.1 O
PFAfflfllDrQ I FAQF
KLALyUIKZO l,E,OC
Payt Profit to Lessee of Fifth
Avenue Corner.
I.
B. E. Smathers, owner of Thorley's
"?Iouae of Flowers," at the northwest
corner of Fifth av. and Forty-sixth st,
reacquired possession of the property
yesterday from Ihe Tiffln Products, Inc.,
which took it over last Juno for twenty
one years at an annual rental of $50,000.
Through Brett ft Gooda Mr. Bmathers
took back the lease at a considerable
profit to the lessees,- Brown-Wheelook
Company, Inc., represented tne 'imin
Products, Inc.
George Gascolgne, agent for Mr.
Bmathers, announced yesterday that
negotiations are on for lotting the prop
erty, together with 1 West Forty-sixth
st.,' at a rental of $75,000. Brett ft
Goods, who are also acting as brokers,
declined to divulge the Identity of the
Interests seeking the property. Mr.
Gascolgne also stated that Mr. Smothers
was considering the advisability of Im
proving the site with a mbdern. store
sni omce bulldliur.l The lease held by
Thorley does1 not' expire until next May.
MARKET FtiR BRONX
PLATS HOLDS FIRM
Operators Deal in Many Rest
j i o
Daniel H. Jackson sold to Theodore
Flshberg 978 East l5th st, a five story
apartment, . 45x100, through George
M.v.r- nin tn Ulllan Hoff a vacant
plot Of Ave lots, 129x109, at the south
west corner, ot uarxer av. ana uu w
through Henry Holt,
Ieltner. Brener ft Leltncr sold to the
Fulton Wendover Construction Company
the five story apartment 35x100, on tho
northwest corner of Vyso av. and 17Sd st,
Duo Company sold to a client of Will
iamson ft Bryan.theflvo story apartment
at 794 Home st, 33x115.
Henry Calm sold Uirougn J. iapir
ik nrk st. n Ave story apartment for
thirty families, 60x100, to J. We Us.
Thomas J. O'Reilly sold to Jacob New
h pvniimint industrial Sav-
III.,. M.V - .
lngs Bank the four story tenement, wiw
stores, Z7.7x85i, ai an
Eft-Rich Realty Corporation 1038 Lowell
m ti & en1 Cf
street a ten iamuy urn, ,
Tnhr nr. Bush & Co. sold for Mrs.
nA.i. T. fi. Deiehler 'of Philadelphia
444 East 147th street a iweniy-uve,MM-
-
lly tenement
T.i.tr Builders. Inc.. purchased three
three story frame buildings with stores,
50x100, at 1'733 Washington avenue from
Mrs. Fanny Malbach through J. Heriog.
A. Cahn sold for Peter Gavin tho two
family dwelling 82 East 169th street
xrl.qtBr Builders: Inc. resold to John
n.n.n 977 nnd 379 FJrd street, two two
story frame dwellings, through R. F.
Woodward & Son.
A. Cahn sold for M. Towet the three
story house with store, 18x71, at 930
East I69tn street.
Delafleld Estate rold to J. J. Hamil
ton a parcel of land adjoining his hold
ings at Fleldston, Rlverdale, through
George Howe.
COMMERCIAL LEASES.
Manhelmer Bros, leased for the East
em Fur and Hair Company tho four
story building. 19x15,1 at 344 Seventh
avenue, to Pollack ft Tataraky, 'res
taurateurs i also store and basjment at
203 West Twenty-ninth atreet to Berger
Bros., furriers.
Lewis L. Rosenthal Company leased
for the Grammas Sweets CandyftCom
pany stores at 133 West Thlrtjwthlrd
street, 2 Church street, 2863 Third ave
nue, 63 Nassau street and tho entire
building, 25x75, nt 765 Sixth avenue to
tho Lerner Waist Company (tho last
hnamed lease was for ten years) : also
the entire building, 25x100, at 631 Eighth
avenue to the Madison Blouse Company,
S. Osgood Pell ft Co., represented by
O. M. Mable, leased for the Partola
Manufacturing Company 113 to 121
West Twentieth street, a five story build
ing, containing approximately 64,000
square feet to the Graphophone Com
pany for Us wholesale business.
Hlrsch ft Friedman leased for S.
Strauss & Co. in 118 Madison avenue
tho fifth floor to J. Helmowltx ft Sons
and the top floor to Joseph II. Samuels.
Charles F. Noyes Company leased
offices In 170 Broadway to Alexander
Feldenhelmer and Arthur Jacoby, Marcel
M. Mlrabeau and the International
Freighting Corporation.
BROOKLYN TRANSACTIONS.
The Y. M. C. A. bought the dwelling.
50x160, at the southwest corner of Ken
more place and Church avenue, Brook
lyn, as a site for .a new home for the
Flatbush branch.
F. C. Sauter sold the three story
dwelling at 636 Tenth street. Brooklyn,
for the Title Guarantee and Trust Com
pany to Frances A. Phillips.
Baffa ft Dixon sold the two and a half
story dwelling, 22x90, at 282 South
Fourth street Brooklyn, for Jacob
Brcter. .
Mclnerney Kllnck Realty Company
sold 'the three story business and apart
ment building, 21x100, nt 1008 Flatbush
avenue, Brooklyn, for Dledrlch Scheffer.
B. F. Knowles Company sold 504 Jef
ferson avenue, near Lewis avenue,
Brooklyn, a. two story residence, 26x100,
for C L. Merklle.
Berkshire Realty Company, Inc., pur
chased from John F. Melbrook three
four story apartments, 100x100, at 221
to 225 Eighth avenue, Brooklyn.
Daniel H. Jackson bought throutrh .t i
T. Mulligan a plot ot about eleven lots
on Ocean Parkway and Avenue T.
BALES AT AUCTION.
Valuable good will.
treat-
located at Moony Folat. Norfolk
inty,
through to Fifth strett JJrwWyn, from
the Brdbklyn Jockey Club,
Bulkliy ft Harton Company sold im
Bergen stwet, Brooklyn, a- three. story
uno lomuy aweiung, ixivvr m m
Anna I Wise.
Otto O, Boden.' Jr purchased from
tho Krlllpp' Realty Company two three
family dwellings, 25x80 each, at 2342
and 3344 Decatur street Brooklyn.
Charles Partridge said the three slory
double dwelling, with two stores and
four apartments, at 852 St John's plow,
Brooklyn, for Jacob Schroder also tho
tw) sto two fMnliy dwelling at 187
Mierung street lor raui a. uiren.
Charles C. Stelle sold the two story
dwelling at 198A Bergen street, Brook
lyn, to Axel and. Anna, Llndqutst.
INTERESTING DEVELOPMENT.
Plans are under 'way to form the
nucleus of a new society neighborhood
In the south side of Sixty-eighth street
between Second and Third avenues.
Electus D, Litchfield, architect pur
chased twelve old fashioned nouses op-
i poslto the Scherrosrhorn properties in
tho north sldo of th street and wftl
alter them into .tne moatrn Amoqcan
basement type In accordance with the
tastes and wishes of buyers. A num
ber of sales have already been made.
One of the attractions Is the new "Sports
Club," which Is to be'establlshed In the
next block at the corner of Second avs-
nuo. Mr, Litchfield, was aided In as-.
scmbllng the properties by Duff ft Con-,
ger, Theodore Kavanaugb and Willis
Ilay. These old dwellings were built, by
tho lato John D. Crlmmlns.
OUILDINO LOAN PROCURED.
, Lawrence, Blake ft Jewell procured' a
building loan of $350,000 from William
Henry Barnum ft Co. for the erection
sif fl tw.lv. .(An, hltlMInt fit lift
nd US Broad street, the southeast cor-
about 5,000 feet Sari Platon, an ex
porter and Importer, Is tho owner. Tho
general contract for tho construction
has been awarded to the Owners Im
provement Company. Shapo, Bready ft
Peterkln are the architects. Work will
start at once, and it Is' expected that
the building will be ready, for occupancy
November 1, 1920. The deal Involves
$800,000, including land and building.
AUCTION RESULTS XJS8TEBDAY,
AT NO. 14 VESEY BTREBf.
By Joseph P. Day.
HUDSON ST, n e cor Le Roy st 2ixSM,
ART SALES.
ART EVENTS
OF EXTRAORDINARY IMPORTANCE
American Art Galleries
Madison Square" South, New York.
NOW ON FREE VIEW, 0 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M.
continuing until .date of sale (Washington's Birthday, Inclusive)
Vo1h10 Pointiiitic
i cuunuib a (uiiuugv
OF THE
MODERN SCHOOLS
INCLUDING
THE PRIVATE COLLECTION
FORMED BY THE LATE
Mr. Ralph H. White
OF BOSTON
A GRAND MASTERPIECE BY VAN
MARCKE, TW05UPERB, EXAMPLES
OF COROT, A VERT IMPORTANT
DE NEUVILLE, A FINE LANDSCAPE
BY DIAZ
And ItepresantatlTe examples by'
Rousseau (3 examples), Troyon
(4 examples), Dupre (2 ex
amples), Inness (4 examples),
Daubigny (G examples), Jacquo
(5 .examples),- Blakelock (4 ex
amples), Ziem (3 examples),
Breton, Vibert, De Neuville,
Delacroix, Isabey, Fromentln,
Jongkind, Monet, Monticelli,
Murphy, Van Marcke, Rico,
Wyant, Thaulow.and other
Celebrated Masters,
TO BE SOLD BY ORDER OF EX-'
ECUTORS. TRUSTEES AND PRI
VATE OWNERS,
Wednesday and Thursday
Evenings Next
,Feb. 25th and 26th, at 8:15
In the Grand Ballroom
of the Hotel Plaza
Fifth Avenue, 53 to 59 Street
(Admission by Card to Be Had Freo
of the Msnasors.)
A Descriptive Catalogue, nine
trated by nalftone Beproductlons,
Mill Re Mailed to Applicants on
Becelpt of One Dollar.
The Sales Will Be Conducted
And bU MiUtMiU, MB, OTTO
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers
fliiuuwi nq, num. XilUKlin
'BROADWAY Ml GAUERIES. tefrstSI
' Broadway and 36th Street 5ft
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC SALE"
COMMENCING THURSDAY, FEB.26, AT 2 O'CLOCK
The Noted Collection of AH Belonging to
Lady Atherton-Donchgn
A most Beautiful Collection of Rare and Valuable Art
Property, .Expensive Furniture- and Personal Effects.
gtv On View Monday,Feb.23
nua rouoniui ways USUI aaie.
CATALOGUES
ftnvUc
West 44ih St
SAL? THIS DAY '
and to-morrow at 20 P. M.
A Splendid Varttty of Italian,
French and Engltib, Cabinet Wsxk,
Valuable Tapestry Panels, Mirer
Sheffield Plate, Choice Works of
Art, Oriental Ruts and aa inapertsd
Aubussoa Carpet.
Fine Paintings and Sporting Prints
by J. F. Herring and H. Aiken.
(to closer estates)
The Sals will be conducted by
MR. AUGUSTUS W. CLARKE
4 sty bldr, sold t Clinton Realty Co fori
jJI'jJO' ( .
XftSxiNOTON AV, 119-tll, s e eer 61st st,
40.lx74x Irrec, two I sty ana bawls,
sold to T J UoLaughlln sad Joseph
Gordon Realty Co for tTl.OSa.
MT VERNON. N Y, $15 N Kulton av. Tlx
I09.li lrrir. flty framt dwtr, o)d to
mtr a st in U m i
li a, ixit, 1 sty tnntt and
3 Hnnhlofth for 11.100.
sold to P J Kneblo'eh for IMOO.
tri.
620 ST.
246 W, s , 29x100.6, 11 sty flat,
I Roth for llt.450.
sold to I Roth for $11,450.
70TH ST. 171 W.Vi 11x17.2, 4 sty and
I. m - .la ,'n II I. a . . A Aft
ounftri xor
,vv
11 ITU bT. Ill W. n s, 11x10. 4 sty bus
4 sir
bids', sold to D J itraii tor iia.tov,
11TU ST, 44M9 E, s a two I sty and
b dwr, eaeh 17x71.7,. sold to John F.
juhais fur $ll,4Q0.
By Henry Brady,
'40TM BT, 141 W I sty tnmt and strs,
22.UT4.1, sold to Oustav llalpesln tor
MOO. 1
AT NO. 9203 THIRD AY,
By Henry Brady.
EASTCHESTER ROAD, n w Mr Jarrethj
pi, Ilx7l.'lxlx7.l, sold to ! plaintiff,
tor 5,000.
By Charles A Berrlan
FERRIS PL, 1427. W s, 111.6 ft s i of West
oheater av, 27.6x144.7x17.7x141.3, sold
to M D Curry for $4,411.
- , ALTERATIONS.
Manhattan,
BROADWAY, 31B, to a four story storo
and orflcca; A Silver, premises, owner;
B H C H Wfalnaton, 3 Columbus Circle.
arcMteets I WOO
9.tn ht. no W. to & four storv offices and
sold to B J Kraft for 111,400,
store i L Schwartx et al, 864 III 140th.it '
owners; fi It St O N Whlnston, arohl- ,
ttets . - 14.000
8ATII BT, 43 W, to a four story dwelling
and store; 4Z 'West SOth St, Inc. 738
jBwar, owner; C M Straub, 1177 4th
av, areniiect ..no,uuu
29TH ST. IB H. and 40th t, 10 and 18 E.
St, Inc. 42 Bway, owner; J C Holman,
, lM.Pt.rlc av, architect..... 135,000
4rTII ST. Ill W. to a 6 sty dwlri V
Hlrsoh. 110 Broadway, owner; O ft H
Blum, E03 8th av, architect; $0,800.
NEW nUlXDINt.3.
MsJihattan.
11D ST, 111 W, for a 6 sty lofts, store,' Ao,
20x98. Sldem Building Co. Ine, SO B 42i
t, owner; sommerfeld ft Steckler, 11
Union square, architects, 160,000.
Bronx.
i The followlnr plan have been filed with
the Bronx Bureau ot Buildings I
LBOQETT AV. n W corner Whltloek v, 1
story brisk gsrag, 70x170; John Jorols.
772 Dawson st, owner; Wm Koppe, 038
Interrale av. mrchlttet MO.000
MEAD BT, n . 4S w Ualonport rd. 3 story
irsms awsuiniT. xsxato. tna 1 iiorr irsm.1
sarate, 24x20; Christian Allard, on prem.
ises, owner; uenry noraoeim, iuti
Fowlr v. irehltet........ tS.000
MORRIS PARK AV, w corner Becker av,
zy eiory irime nweiunx, iviiivt; 1'Tjeaa
ART SALES.
A VERY IMPORTANT
COLLECTION OF
Chinese Porcelains
IN SINGLE COLORS, BLUE
AND WHITE AND DECO
RATED, SPECIMENS OF
HAN, TANG AND SUNG POT
TERY, SNUFF BOTTLES IN
JADE AND OTHER HARD
STONES AND -.PORCELAINS,
ENAMELS, FINE OLD
BRONZES, IMPORTANT
GILDED AND INCRUSTED
BUDDHAS, CARVED STONE
AND POTTERY, SCULP
TURES, MANY LARGE
PLANT AND FISH JARS,
ELABORATE TEMPLE FIG
URES AND LACQUERED
PALACE SCREENS.
"The whole forming an ex
traordinary gathering and
affording an unusual oppor
tunity to private buyer and
dealers in Oriental Art."
gEWOTm? PROPHRTT OF THE
ESTATE OF THE WIDELT KNOWN
EXPEBT, THE LATE
Ernest A. . Bischoff .
, OF LONDON, ENGLAND, AND
PEKIN, CHINA,
AND TO BE SOLD
BY DIRECTION OF
THE NEW YORK TRUST
COMPANY
. AS ADMINISTRATOR
On the Afternoons of
Feb?24, 25, 26, 27 and 28th .
Beginning Each Afternoon"
' at 2s30 o'CIock
AT THE
American Art Galleries
Madison Square South
.Xi Illustrated Catatonia W1U
Be Alallea an Receipt ot Two Dol
lars. by Mr. THOMAS E. KIRBY
BERNET and MB. B fL FABXB,
m
O CW. SJa DlTCCl, riOW IOIU,
(Washington's Birthday)
TO-DAY AT 11 A. M.,,
AT THE RESIDENCE
44 Wast 53th St., N. Y. C
' IMPORTANT
' EXECUTOR'S SALE
ESTATE OF THE LATE
MARY MAXWELL
BY OBDKR OF
THK COLUMBIA TRUST CO.
SZXOUTOH, 60 ll'WAY.
iTiE FINE FURNITURE
AND, EXPENSIVE
APPOINTMENTS
Contained In the above residence.
TO-DAY'S SALE Commences
with Lot No. 700, and includes
tho Rugs, Books, Paintings, Etc.
OB. CLARKE, Auctioneer,
OFFICE Si GALLERIES, la E. SBtb, St.
,11 1K
n Itehdab , 3238 Powell aV.'owneri fl
WKiblts,M0H-lT0ihsta
186TII 8T, n , 332 Alexander a'i for
brick factory, ssiinn, i.,. t t..r.r
,l.?,J. av. owner! Chi Bchnfer!
Jr, 288 Courtlandt av, archllHt.., $10,000
ART RALES.
TO-NIGHT AT 8;15
CONTINUING
TO-MORROW (SATURDAY)
at 8:15 P. M.
NeterTh Small MlnUturss. Silk
Arrss and other objects win b sold
To-morrow (Saturdsy.) Feb. ill,
C'ocrunsnclns at Silo P, M. In
SILO'S
Fifth Ave.
Art Galleries
40 E. 45th St.
S. W. Cor.
VanderblltAv.
Junes F. Blla Sen, Auctioneers
EXHIBITION AND SALE
1 OF TOR
Notable Collection of
OLD MASTERS
FROM TUB FAMILIES OF
The Baron of Molise
Posts Cavelli,
Duke of Civntelle,
AND OF TUB
Prince of Caracciolqs Arcelja
REMOVED FROM THEIR
CASTLES IN ITALY
These Authentic and Orlslnsl Works
(if. Art Include Examples bT sudt
Notable Artists as
Mantagna, Fra Angelica! Cera
vagglo, Correggio. Guldo Renl,
Rlbera, Murlllo, Jacono
Palma, Van Dyck, Rembranat.
Durer, Holbein, Snyers ana
other Fine Examples of tho
Oldest Italian, Flemish', Greek,
Spanish and French, Schools
AND HAVE BEEfy EXFEBT12ED Dt
Prof. D. Phfllppli , See'y of Museum
of Naples I lis lUnaldls, Director of
the Museum of Naplesi Uonello
Vrnturl of Torino Adolph Venturl,
Director of Fine Arts In Italy I Com
mlnloner 'Phlllpp Clfsrtello ot Na
cite I Com. Rosso of Naplesi Che.
Baulllscclotb, Pome I SMnrauln
Clvlllo Malurl, Nsplesi Count L.
J)e La Tour. Naples! Emanusl Nico.
ett, Itedorstor of the Netlns
ilemortal Collection, and ethers.
ON EXUIDITION TO-DAY
(FRIDAY, FED. 30TIL t
70 SALE TIME
Toiay(Fri.)atI:45P;M.
also Tomorrow same-hour
Special Session Tomorrow Eo'ni
AT BUS O'CLOCK, (
The Valuable Houscf urnuhings
and Collection of Rare Art
Removed from
1009 Fifth Ays. (S. I Con, 82nd SL)
Property of
A NOTED FINANCIER
will be sold at Public Auction, at
VAN BRINK'S
AUCTION ROOMS.
2160 Broadway
COLLECTION CONTAINS IN PART I
Aubusson and Beauvais Suites,
Chairs, Carpets, Covering, Etc.,
Bronze. Mounted French Com
modes, Tables, Etc.
20 VALUABLE OIL PAINT INOa
Entire Empire Dining Room
(Cost $100,000), Carved Oak
Chlme'Hnll Clock? CoHeetiqnpf
Curios, Miniatures, Cameos,
Antique Jewelry, Etc.
" Unusual and Beautiful
SALON VASES
Real Bronze and Marble Statuary,
China, Glass, Clocks and Clock
Sets, Bric-a-Brac, Lace Curtains,
Refectory Tables, Electroliers, Etc
ORH&TAL BOOS, AND CARPETS
Handsome Bedroom Suites,
; Exjeptional'Portieres.
Dacripjlct Catatoauet tSc each
M.YMiKW.tet'f, fay "nr 5S)
KINDLY NOTE SALE DAVs
TODAY .(FRIDAY),
& Tomorrow (Saturday)
February 20 and 21,,
at 3 ISO F. M. each day.
PLAZA ART
ROOMS, Inc.
5-7 East 59th St.
(Near fith Ave.)
Edward F. O'Reilly, Auctioneer.
THE ESTATE OF
EMIL C. BONDY
Has Instructed Us to Sell
AT , ABSOLUTE AUCTION
The Furnishings
from hla Residence
Fortieth St. at Fifth Avenue
Conslstlnsof Fine Flemish Tai
snestnr
Gothic
Panels,
a:
Sneclsl
Dtilgn
Suites, a Wonderful Collection of
T Iff say St Co.. sterling Silverware,
Salon- Bronzes, Fine Porcelains,
Rugs, China, ste.,, etc. ,
Also the Personal Effects of
MR. W. S. COX
Wno ts now-resldlnc abroad,
With Important additions,
Consisting ot Fin's Onsen Anne and
Colonial Furniture in WalnuS and
Mahotany, Hall and Grandfather
Clocks, Andirons, Water Colors. Old
China. Books. Portieres, Draperies,
etc., etc., Including a Collection of
DIAMOND PLATINUM JEWELRY.
ON VIEW TO SALE TIME
Catalogue on Application.
Telephone Plaza 84.
NOW ON FREE VIEW
FURNITURE SILVER OEASS
LACE FINE CHINA NEEDLEWORK t
MINIATURES ,
From Aba Estate of .
u I s a Tn n hall ;
Miniature Painter "
Th First Woman .to bt admitted to. tbv
National Academy of Deslm, with Qh-.i
Jeots of Art from Mrs. -J. h. Oraham ahtt ,.
others.
SALE BT AUCTION
Monday Aft. A Ere-, at tHO and t'M
FEBRUARY II. 1110
THE WALPOLB OALLERIES
'10 East 41th Street
W. S. SCOTT. Auctioneer
DUSINEgS OrPORttWlTIEa. v '
, MOVING PIOTUBB THEATRES i A
best, loci tlon i (20 seats; price la.ooo; tbtstre ".
like sew: will sell account other boelneee. OMr-'
7 West 110th st. At tbeertr say TtDlBf. ., j.
NKTV tORK' Ststs wtssb newspaper sod
office for salt: town of 2900; w$ profltn low
expenNs; nrntt mile QUICK salt; food for t&O
XET per nooth: 11,000 domj bslssc tulf,
Address it. T box 85. cere Snk sod timid. , .
PARTNER wsated wlU W.000 to latest sixM'f
set as trssinrer far motusnJetsrs twuee.
ceil tar swains at theatre, t ttqh liotn si. .
SALESMAN with 11.000 caa seonr control .
of parins: manufscturlns; bnslness: ri
oppoiltlon. A. P., 1ST, Bun-llereld, Dklrd...
WANTED, parties with -capital to help ansae .
staple llmeeton proposition, rose of ficrpi l
tlon a qusUtr, enoush for 100 resrs. prorsn ..
property, market unlimited, profit larrs.
mansrement thoroushly competent, can pro;
free results. P. W 873 8an-nrtld, Herald
squsre. ; '
PURCHASE OR EXCHANOE.
SPOT cash for household furniture. WLEJa,K
lli Esst mth. Telephone Harlcm-iaa. ,Pn
WANTED Orlsntal rue. i tin quality':.
small all ovr deslfn on dtir ground ?f-'
antique Persian preferred, room 17 ft. 3Cj;
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