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210 FIFTH AVENUE
.Will l'ny 1,000,000 Itcntnl
for Twcnty-ono Years Uso
of 11 Story Building:.
,- onTn jrt.TV'lCeasby Company, denlcra In asbestos,
COLOSSEUM SOLI) AGAIN .the five story bunding1 at 096 Greenwich
Annex ofHotel Albert Leased;
Will He Converted Into Mcr
The Eugene A. Hoffman estate lias
leaped 210 Fifth avenue through tfpear
& Co. to tho D. A. Hchulto Company.
The property Is an eleven story lire
I proof building extending through to
1132 Broadway and fronts 28.2 feet In
Fifth avenue, 30.2 feet In Broadway and
has a southerly lino of 123.43 feet.
Tho lonao Is for a twenty-one year
term and Is aald to aggregate $1,000,
000. Tho lessees will remodel Into lofts
and will occupy tho Btoro and basement
Tho bulldlnp was built originally for
Mark Crors and was leased to them for
Apartii rut Field A until Active.
A clleir. of Louis Solomon, attorney,
purchased from tho Uenensun Itealty
Company tne thirteen story Colosseum
apartment house at the southeast corner
of RlverslJe Drive and 116th street. The
building, which Is arranged in suites of
from six to twelve room, returns
153,000 annually In rentals and has a
rounded frontage of 103 feet on the
drive, a southerly line of 103.1 feet and
nn easterly line of 63.11 feet. The pres
ent seller acquired the property last
month from Paterno Brothers, who
erected the building eight years ago.
Morganstcru Brothers Syndicate sold
to n syndicate of tenants represented by
Rubin Coheh, attorney, the Mannad,os;
nt 17 East Ninety-seventh Btreet. north-1
west corner of .Madison avenue, a?slx
story elevator apartment, containing
thirty suites and six stores. Among
those Interested In the new ownership
' nro Joseph V, Cohen. Jacob Bayer and
Samuel Lapldus. The house covers a
Morganxtern Brothers Syndicate sold
the five story apartment, 62x115, at 945
East 181ft street through Samuel Rosen.
B. A. Margnlics sold through D.
. Schoen to client of Benjamin Antln. at
torney, 710 West 179th street, a five
story apartment house, 50x100,
Sol Cohen and .Gustavo Kaliske bought
from tho estate of Joseph Hecht 349
Third avenue, n five story flat, 24.8x100.
Hotel Albert Annex tensed.
The old. seven story annex to the
Hotel Albert, at 46 to 52 Kast Eleventh
St., known ns the Hotel St. Stephens
has been leased by the estate of A. 8.'
Hotenbnum for twenty-one years at
an aggregate rental of J300.000 to tho
Bonnr Phelps Company, straw hats. The
building covers a plot of about 81x93
, nnd will bo converted by the lessees Into
a Mercantile structure. '
Hebrew Kindergarten Bar Home.
Ennls & Slnnott sold 841 to 847 St.
Nicholas av the northwest corner of
152d st, four .hree story dwellings, to
tho Hebrew Day Nursery and Kinder
. garten. represented by Spear & Co. The
buyers will occupy nfter alterations have
Pntrrno Bny Pleldaton Plot.
Joseph Paterno, who purchased re
cently the estate cf Judge Nash Rock,
wood at tho northeast corner of Inde
pendence av. and 252d st., Rtverdale-on-the
Hudson, enlarged his property
through the purchase of a plot ot lots
adjoining, ut the corner of Palisade and
River av., from William P. Dfxon and
Henry P. Murray. The Robert P. Farley
Organization was the broker,
' Rebuilding Mure Old Honr.
Among the lecent recruits to the
group of well knoA-n New Tork men and
women who have taken to buying or
leasing old, run down East Side dwell
ings for the purpose of modernizing them
are Mrs. Oliver Harrlman, Mrs. Lawrence
Kpene. Lloyd Asplnwall, Roland Steb
blns; H. H. Duryea and Emerson Hough.
They havo selected East Fifty-fifth ft,
between Lexington and Third avs., for
Lloyd Asplnwnll bought No. 143 and
Roland Stebblns bought 145 from James
W. Bulmer through Harris, Vought &
Co. No. 147 was sold twice by Douglas
Gibbons & Co., the first time to Diego
de Suarez and secondly to Joel Rath
bone. No. 145 was sold by the Bulkcley
family to Mr. Bulmer.
No. 141 was leased for twenty years
to H. H. Duryea and No. 142 to Mrs.
Oliver Harrlman through Douglas L.
Elllman & Co., Inc. No. 148 was leased
for the same term to a Mr. McMUlar
' and No. 146 to Mrs. Lawrence Keene.
The block In which these houses are
located contains the Babies' Hospital at
one end and tho Imperial Lyceum at
the other, with the First Swedish Bap
tist Church about In the centre. The
houses were held at about 26,000 each.
They will be remodelled Into the Ameri
can basement type with English gardens
In the rear.
UtvrllliiK Market Brisk.
George W. Brettell sold for the
Charles Armour eitate to Mr. and Mrs.
Frank T. Simmons, tenants, 2077 Fifth
nv., at the northeast corner of 128th
st, a four story dwelling, 25x80. The
property has not changed hands In
Charles Wynne and L. II. Low bought
and resold through Harry. Sugarman
131 West 136th street, near Seventh
avenue, 15.6x100, a four story dwelling.
Pepe & Bros, sold for Dr. Samuel
H. Johnson the four story residence, 16x
93, at 51 Wist Ninth street
Duff & Conger sold to Kathleen Macy
Finn fpr Harry A. Duff and others the
residence at 1283 Madison avenue.
Dr. Samuel Bookman purchased the
four story residence he occupies at 48
Kast Eighty-second street from Henry
Lena Karp purchased from Alatmlua
Muller 103 Kast 103d street a three
story house. 16x100.11.
The five story residence, 21.6x100.3.
at 11 West Sbtty-elghth street, has been
sold by Alice M. T. Harbeson, who lias
held title since 1906.
Jules Nehring. Inc., sold for John W.
Springer to Erie Boetzel 553 West IS 3d
street, a three story dwelling-, 16x75.
Cahn & Cahn sold to Teresa. Hoftatadt
290 East Twenty-sixth street, & two
story dwelling. 31x100, through Joseph
The three' story dwelling, 18x99.11, at
255 West 127th street has been sold by
Herbert K. Brook.
Simon S. Frledberg resold through
his attorney. Charles Fredericks the
three story dwelling, 16.8x99.11, at 54
West 127th street.
Porter & Co. sold to Edward A. "John -son
the three story dwelling at 204
West 132(1 street. 16.8x100.
Crocodile Island In Salt.
The Title Guarantee and Trust Com-1
pany of Brooklyn started an action In"
the lirookljn Supreme Court yeMerday : rrlnce & Ripley. Inc.. sold for Mrs.
before Justice Callaghan against the Amelia DuhCnbury six acre In P.cck
Gerrltsoa Estates, liy?., for the fore- land road. Oreenwlbh, Conn., to Charles
closure of a mortgage of (75.000 on A. Slos;o:i.
properly known as Crocodile Island, off Warren Murdock sold for Charles M
the Sheepshead Bay section of Brooklyn. Kair to James S. Larkln his farm house
hc prrpirty practically adjoins Plum .9 nil, five acres at Cllen Cove. L. I.
i-f .-,., u , u Dr- Harr F- Dcane toW through
.he foicclor.ur suit Is brousht because Georce Howe his estate In Store road,
'? " '"w1 hon-paynjtmt of taxei of
. ? m p?"
foreclosed hundroJ of punitiHow will
b erected on the site. Besides the Qtt-
rltmn Ti llicrA nn ulrtv.twn otllcr
Individual defendants many of them
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recnnicauy "squatter' on mo propon.
Tliey claim they own the land and not
Prlrate dale by J, P. Day.
r..t. ti n-u ii.. rn tnfii
tho four story bulldlns at 325 West
Broadway, 23x100. Mr. Day has also,
sold for the Hudson and Manhattan'
st., southeast cornor of Tenth st., on lot
25x82, Tho property was to havo Been
sold at auction yesterday by Mr. Day In
connection with Ave adjoining; parcel!,
Mr. Day also sold for the estate of
William Q, Park the plot, 50x100', In tho
r.VaZ.l " :"V:."
cuii vi ruin av.i which who iu imoi
from tho Park estate tho adjoining fifty
foot plot on the east for $35,000.
Dntlnes Building Hold.
Charles F, Noycn Company sold to
Harry Aroneon 54 Howard bW, at the.
northeast corner of Mercer, a five story
loft, 30x60, Negotiations are already
pending for a rcsalo through tho same
William D. Kilpatrlck resold tho three
etory building at 390 Blccckcr st., be
tween Perry and West Eleventh stK
19x50, to A, Rutklewlcz, laundry owner.
Kilns A. Cohen, president of tho
Brohdway-Jqlm Slfeet Corporation,
bought front IttlvIrA II. Cornell nnd
liilth C. Stfl)th tAo tV'e story building at
the northutrNt corner of Fulton and
l'enrt sts Ix02.7x23, through Peaso
LEGGETT BUILDING TO
BE SOLD AT AUCTION
B. L. Kennelly Also Offers
Other Parcels To-day.
. Bryan I Kenhclly will ofTcr to-day
at the Exchange Salesroom, 14 and 16
Vesey st tho Legcett Bulldlnjr. at the
Junction of West Broadway, Franklin
and Varlck sts a nlno story buslncsi
structuro containing 03,000 square fe;t
and situated in one of the best down
town localities, from the standpoint ol
Mr. Kennelly will offer many other
Improved parcels, lutludlng 440 Tnlrd
av. and 202 and 204 Kast Thlrty-flrat
st, a five story flat, with two stores and
three story uulldlnn;, with three stores
on the rear p'ot. 19.9x93; 1794 Kim av..
a five story tenement, with three stores.
25.gi.jx94 : 248 Water at., a four story
business building', plot Iu.8x81.6xl5.10x
S0.2 : 746 Lexington av.. a four s:ory
business building, with store, 20x63 ; 303
West 102d st a five story flat, 23x
100.11; 7 Wort 103d St.. a five story
apartment. 27x100.11 : 134 West Eighty
first st. a four story dwellln-j, 18x102.2:
1121 Herschell st. Westchester, Bronx,
a two story frame dwelling, 23x86.8x
23,3x90.8 ; Mayflower av., Bronx, adjoin
ing Westchester av., through to Pilgrim
av., a two story frame building, 12Sx
190.03: .833 Third av. and 202 Iiist
Flty-flm st, a four story bulldlnir.
with store, and two story business build
ing In rear of plot, size 30.2x66.6.
Other offerings include 563 to 671 Kent
nv., Brooklyn, two four story double flats,
93x62x61.2?ix40x3c.2x20.3: the north
.west corner of Clay and Railroad avs.,
Hackensack, N. J., one story franu fac
tory building, 50x31.42x113.33x50, and
thirteen Bronx lots and plots fronting. In
Waterbury av. and South road, adjoin
ing the Westchester Country Club.
Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.. leased of
fices In 50 East Forty-second street to
Monks & Joanson, Marcus Daly Estate
and the Commercial Company of To
kyo. Also additional space to the Texas
Gulf Sulphur Company.
Harris, Vought & Co. leased offices In
13 and 17 East Fortieth street to Ed
ward Smulskt. Robert Frank and Fred
L. Rawson; also In 13 to 25 Whitehall
street to Paul Hirscb Rice Company,
D. S. Hcssp A Bro. and Wood, Nlebuhr
Henry Shapiro & Co. leased for the
Sllmel Holding and Leasing: Corpora
tion store nt 103 West Forty-sixth
street to the Sheffield Farms; store In
Blxth avenue and Forty-sixth street to
Nick Anthony and two upper floors In
the same building to N. Shapiro & Sons,
Wm. A. White A Song leased to
Breakstone & Levlne the building at 20
Harrison street for, ten years at a total
rental aggregating 365,000 ; to Max Dur?
nagl space at 112 Pearl street; to Stand,
ard Instrument Company an office at
114 Liberty street; to American and
European Forwarding Company an office
nt 72 Trinity place: to Alejandro Angel
& Co. offices at 15 Maiden lane; to Mor
ris, Qulnn & Blnney offices at 52 Broad.
way; to-Joseph Keating' and Robert
Weber an office at 29 Liberty street; to
L. H. Cooko & Co. offices at 206 Broad
way, 'and with the Charles F. Noyea
Company, to Benjamin Kllnger, space at
107 Water street.
Wm. A. White & Sons leased at 16
West Fifty-fourth street apartments to
George Peabody and Stephen Pcabody.
nrtOXX MARKET IlEPOnTS.
George- Howe sold for the Delafield
estate plot 9 in block 16, Waldo ave
nue, Fleldston, Rlverdale on the Hur
son. to Carroll V. Smith, who will 1m
prove with a private residence.
Bonhag estate and Dora Orth sold to
Sarah A. Sutter for Investment the two
four story new law houses, 28.9x90, at
2378 and 2383 Bathgate avenue. The
seller acquired the property seven years
ago through Fred Oppenhelmer, who
negotiated the present sale.
Joseph G. Abramson bodght from the
Sovls Holding Corporation 992 South
ern. Boulevard, a five story apartment
with stores, 42x107. Leltner, Brcner, &
Leltner were the brpkers.
' H. A. Kelber sol for Martha Zehder
the three story house. 27x103, at 2784
J. Clarence Davies sold for Katherine
Pryor to Louis Klrcher 2150 Washing
ton 'avenue, 234 feet north of 181st
street, a two family frame house, 25
Frederick Sauter sold for A. Steuer-nag-el
the two family dwelling-, 25x95, at
1742 Topping avenue to Morris Kesiler. j
BROOKLYN DEALS. '
Bulkley & Horton Company sold 41
South Elliott place, a three story frame
dwelling', for Clara Matthews.
Charles E. Richardson soM for John
J. Mackln a three story dwelling at 684 A
Henry Shapiro leased to Saul Blrua
store in 1730 Pitkin avenue.
Roman Catlman Company leased for
Marc Eldlltz & Son to Bloom Sennet &
Co. the property, 125x100, at the south-!
east corner of Vernon avenue and
Eleventh street. Long Island City, to the
Chicago Builders, for their Eastern ware-1
Rlckert-Brown ReaUy Company sold I
to George Fink a two, story dwelling In '
Dltmars avenuo.j between Merchant and .
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'frffE ffUK ' AND NJSW YORK HBKAM WEDKESDAt,
Port Wathliffton, U r to James H.
Edward P. Hamilton & Co. ffoid to
George U, Dalley a residence, varase
aid one. Half nera nt lond in LlOWe.iyil
pface. West Orange, N. J., for !ulheir
. f .. ... I .. . , m r1 Mm
uumu, mm jor jmmi n. .....
home and one-lmlf ucre of lund at 117
I Itldfewood nv., aien Itldee. J-t to F.
I... ward, and a residence for me, urn-
lio Realty Company at ISO uiagewoou
tv.. Olen Hid re. to J. CI. Ward,
Thomas 8. 'Burke sold for Jlm Karley
to W. Q.iHralt the dwelllnj at 30 Ardsn
P'e. TohUer, N. Y.
SELLS OUT OF TOWN
AND Ul Y rAKUCLtJ
Joseph P.' Day Brings in Total
of $370,900 at Auction Sale.
Joseph P. Day sold at auction yestc.
j,lt, ; ,,, ., ,,
9t ""Proved and vacant properties
kors, Qlo'j Tlldrc, N, J., Hempstead, I
I ond Whit Plains, N. Y. The total
obtxlned was $370,900,
Tho first offered was 6S7 to 693
Greenwich street, witch was sold to J.
Miller for 337,000. Tho vacant lot,
20x100 In Kast 241st street, 85 feet south
of IvAtonnh avenue, was bought by
Wlllum F. Cunningham for JSOO. "No.
P5n Prospect piste, Brooklyn, a two
.tory brick (".welling, 17.2x131. went to
Trlden Hottg'endorft for $7,000. TI.
four story tenement, 20x103, at 527
Gates avenue, Brooklyn, was purchased
liy Morris ninc'k for $7,400, and th?
vicant plot, 225x200 In Slldlnnd avenue,
near Carteret street, Bloomfleld, N. J.
went to Abraham Cohen for $700.
The soujhwest corner of West Uroad
wny and Worth street, two five story
tenements, wrb acquired by John F,
Smith for $56,000.
Lloyd II. Smith paid $33,000 for th
vacant plot, 100x100 In tho south side
of Ninety-ninth street. 200 fet east of
The largo two slory residence, located
In Greenwich street nnd Mllburn ave
rue. Hempstead, L. J wns sold to W.
H. Bristol for $15,000, and No. 3 Man
hattan street, a five story tenement,
23x100. went to Herbert A. Eaton for
$27,500. Koclbo & Schuyler bought Nos.
114 and 116 East Twcnty-flfth street, a
large plot ot ground, 41.8x98.9 for
$50,000. F. I Jones purchased for
$95,000, Nos. 2 and 4 Mnmaroneck nve
nue, n three story garage, 45x125, to
gether with n vacant plot In Hie rear.
50x100. for $55,000. No. 649 W"?t
Forty-seventh street. 50x100.5, vacant,
went to K. F, Blcnhauer for $26,000 and
D.tvld Strauss bought 449 and 451 West
164th street. 30x104, vacant, for $12,300.
M All KIM' NEWS I.V 1IIIIKF.
Duff & Brown Company has bjen
appointed agent for 304 Wert 113d st.
and 129 and 131 Alexander av.
Plans have been filed by J. R. Ashley,
architect, for the construction of eighty
one-story garages, each 10x18, at the
southwest comer of Lawrence Hill Ter
race1 and 186th st., for Mark Ash.
For the second time In two years the
Edwin Bird Wilson Company, Inc., ad.
vertlslng'ngents, have' moved Into larger
quarters. The concern has taken a ten
year lease on the entire fifth floor at
9 Hanover street, corner of Beaver.
ADD MORE ROOM TO
BROAD ST. HOSPITAL
Nurses' Home and Clinic In
cluded in Improvements.
Thirty ' additional bed.i, a six story
nurses' home ard a new clinic and dis
pensary are provided for Broad Street
Hospital In 'the remodelling of tho seven
story main structure at South and
Broad streets, and by .the construction
at a cost of $215,000 of a new building
adjoining at 123 and 135 Broad street.
Tho clinic will be opened In June. The
adjoining structure for the nurses' home
will be rebuilt by order of the board
of governors without delay. The al
terations on the main building- will coit
The enlargement of the hospital plant
which has been necessitated by cpn
stantly Increasing calls for facilities In
tho lower Broadway district, has been
financed by a campaign conducted by
the directors, but about $73,000 still Is
needed. William Hamlin Chllds, 128
Broad street, Is the treasurer. The
building' committee consists of Dr. A.
J. Barker Savage, Edward L. Wemple,
Mr. Chllds. James Barber, Henry L.
Doherty, Ellsha Walker, Dr. Robert T.
Morris and Dr. William II. Dleffenbach.
The Broad Street Hospital waj opened
In 1917 through the Interest of a group
o Wall Street financiers, who per
ceived tho lack of hospital facilities In
Special fa The Sun and Nba- Voik iltum.
WASHINGTON, Mar 18. Tiiese r.ava! or
ders were maite public to-day:
LImti-nant-Commander Joseph Har, to U
S. 8. South Carolina, as navitrator; Com
mander Guy E. Uaker, to U. S. 8. Connecti
cut, as navigator; Commander Richard E.
Casaldy. to V.B. 8. Kansas, as navigator;
Lieut. Gerald K. Bonn, to U. S. B. llroome.
ns executive officer: Lieut. Richard It. Clax
born, to U. B. K. ,IIlcli; Lieut. Thomas F.
Downey, to U. S. S. Kansas: Lieut. Philip
L. Kmrleh, to destroyer flotilla 11, Pacific
fleet, ai communication officer: Lieut. Arch
ibald B. Fraser, to U. S. S. Hopewell, as
engineer officer: Lieut. Illrney O. lUllta-ell,
to Doaton: Lieut. Edgar T. Hammond, to
roirm&nd U. 8. 3. Whlppoorwlll; Lieutenant
Commander Nelion W. Illbbj, to U.i 8. 8.
Arizona, as assistant fire control officer;
Lieut. Tuthlll Ketcham, to U. B. 8. IulI
ann: Lieut. Tlenjamln 8. Klltmaiter, to U.
. 8. It-tl. Lieut. Uerwlck U. Lanier, to V
8. 8. Aylwln: Lieutenant-Commander Henry
II. LeBourgeoli..to U. 8. 8. Kansas, as gun
nery officer: Lieutenant-Commander Wal
lace I.. Llnd, to U. 8. 8. Michigan; Lieut.
Robert L. Mahon, to duty as asslttant to
supply officer, navy yard", Charleston: Lieut.
John F.Maloncy, to naval air atatlon. Ramp
ton Hoada, connection fleet balloon division;
Lieut. Oeori K. Nelley, to U. 8. 8. Michi
gan: Commander Charles M. Oman, to dutv
hospital. Washington: Lieut. (J. g.) Albert T.
Crelghtney, to duty aa asslatant to supply
officer, navy yard, Norfolk: Lieut. (J. g.)
John W. Oray, to continue duty U. S. 8.
Chaplain: Lieut. (J. g.) John L. Kershaw, to
U. 8. 8. Mercy: Lieut. (J. g.) Leon W. .Mills,
to IT. 8. 8. Mcltougall.
SALES AT AUCTION.
SALE TODAY, 2 P. M.
Also Tomsmir, Friday nd Saturday,
at the Galleries of
A large aggregation of handsome
removed from several Residences near
Mil Av. Also property belonging to
the Estate ot the late
Mary A. Harriott
Coleman, 8tem & Ellcmtood,
The combined assortment Includes
Louis XV.. XVI., Dutch Marqueterle,
Colonial, Empire, Aclini and Ilepple
Pcritan Carpets gnd Rugs. Europ-an
and Oriental Ceramics and Curios,
Oil Tainting, aevural pieces of Jew
elry, Electroliers. Sheffield Plata.
Ilronzes, Linens, Itambome Draper
lea. A I.initAltY OF nOOKM.
Including many sets In fine bindings.
English riportfng lrlnt. Miniatures,
Colored MenotlnN, Etching and
others of embellishment and u-e for
every (tepartmcnt of the home.
ON VIEW UNTIL HOUR OF SALE,
lfrnry A. llartn&n. Auctioneer.
GIRLS ARE SPARED
STIGMA OF PRISON
N. Y. IJrotcctivo Dotty Success
ful in Kcdccmiiif? Many
Before Too Late.
2,00 1 CAKED FOR IN YEAR
Iii'0-Pllf, AllllPn lSHUCU IOl'
llgCHL ARJIUHI Jan-mi
' Funds to Remodel the Wav
The' New Torlc Probation aw Pro
tective Association cared for 2,604
young glrld last year, according to tho
annual report of Miss Matdo E. Miner,
Its secretary, made public yesterday.
Most of tho delinquent younc women,
who were In dancer of moral wrecknue,
were les. than nineteen years old nnd
the parents of two-thlrds of them were
born In foreign countries. About a
third of tho girls themselves were for
dsn born lurgely nntlvcs of Busslu,
Austro-lluneary or Italy.
"A significant fact nbout these Blrls."
says Miss Miner, '"Is that most of them
have been discovered before their de
linquent tendencies or their dangerous
cnvlronmunt havo brought thesn to the
point requiring court action. There Is
greater chance to help them becauso tho
stigma of court and prison does not
rest upon them."
Missing and runaway girls demund a
large share of tho association's atten
tion. "Back of their sadden disappearance
from home," Miss Miner says, "He hid
den the misunderstandings, the quarrels,
the disappointments, the unfulfilled am
bitions, the ycnrnlngs and tho trngedits
In their yohng lives'."
One sixteen-year-old Italian girl who
had run away- from home asked Miss
Minor with bitter resentment; "Why
should my mother beat me with a strap
just because I do not stay In the house
every evening una embroider lllie they
say young girls do In Italy? Why
should my brother beat me If I do not
como In early, and call mo bad namta,
and say I'm a bad woman? V. -
should my mother lilt my sister oiid
make her marry a man she does no!
GlrU' fltorloa True?.
"When you have proved that every
ono of these statements Is true, you are
convinced thut the girl was Justified In
tunning away," goes on Miss Miner.
''And then you suddenly ra)lzo the
meaning of that great gap between for
eign patents with Kuropean traditions,
maimers and customs and their Ameri
can born children, who are determined
to have the freedom nnd the rights of
other American girls who work beside
them In the factory."
Girls who rcqulra a longer period of
trnlnlng thtui Is possible nt Wnvcrley
House, which Is maintained by the as
soclatlon In the city, nre. sent to the
300 acre Illllcrest Knrm In Connecticut
for from Mx to eight months. Here
they go to the pasture for the cows,
feed the pigs and chickens, work In the
dairy, plant nnd weed the garden and
gather vegetables, pick fruit, husk corn,
pitch hay and thresh wheat. They take
Immense prldo In keeping the farm
house clean and neat and learn to do
nil kinds of housework. Old thoughts
and habits gradually slip away and new
ideals and Interests are developed.
In each of six districts In the city
tho Girls' Protective League 1ms a
worker whose duty It is to help dlfllcult
and runaway girls. A worker visits the
girl fn her home and ' helps to adjust
difficulties there. The girl In need of
medical care Is taken to a hospital or
ii clinic nnd the girl who Is out of work
Is referred to the league's employment
exchange. As many girls as possible
aro linked with neighborhood clubs and
recreational activities. .
Prosecution of Men.
Of the sixty-seven court cases In
vestigated by the association last year
fifty-seven convictions were obtained
and six cases arc itlll pending. M1ss
Miner says that the prosecution of men
Involved In the exploitation of young
girls Is an Important means of pro
tecting others. The league's protective
officers discover girls In moral danger
In or near amusement places. In dark
corners of parks and vacant- lots, In
subway stations and In tenement house
hallways. Last year 2,083 such girls
were dealt with.
An urgent appeal for funds Is con
tained In Miss Miner's report. A fund
of 135,000 Is needed for the remodelling
of Wavcrley House to meet Increasing
ncedr. A gift of $5,000 has been
promised on condition the remainder Is
raited. To keep Hltlcrest Farm open the
entire year $15,000 (speeded and $75,-000
more is wanted for a clubhouse for the
Girls' Service League. Additional gifts
to the 150.000 endowment fund recently
established by Mrs. Georglana Wright
also are sought.
George W. Alger Is president of the
SALES AT AUCTION.
SUS SEVENTH AVE.. AT I3D ST.
C. E. SMITH, Auctioneer.
On View Today (Wednesday)
The Artistic Furnishings
Colonial Furniture and Effects
BEHOVED FBOM LAItCllMONT, N V.
lly order of
ALSO THE KNTIItB CONTENT OP
THE KOIIMEFI COUNTRY RESIDENCE OF
Miss WILLA HOLT -WAKEFIELD
REMOVED FROM EATONTOWN. Js. J.
Also by order of
Miss CAROLINE LEWIS v
THE SUPERR ANTIQUE AND MODERN
FURNITURE. PAINTINGS, RRIC-A-nRAO,
TURSIAN RUGS AND CARPETS, ETC.
REMOVED FROM OCEANIC, N. J.
Sales To-morrow. Thursday. Friday
and Saturday. May 20, 21 and 22,!
at 2 o clock.
153 EAST 125TII ST. lSjl-154 K. llfltb ST.
1 New York' Largest Auctloti Rooms. Hst.lSOt.
I TODAY, AT 10:30 A. M.
GRAND ASSORTimNT IIIOH fiRADK,
AND MEDIUM lIOUKKilOLD EITECT.",
C IIOICK nitlP - A - BKAV. PAINTINCiS.
HTEKL KNOIIAVI.no.-, HAND).MI DIN.
ISO AND I.IVIVO ROOM SETS POM-I
l-I.KIt:. Ulllt.MVlli IIU.UKNTIUI
RLOS AND PAIirKT. I'PltlOHT PIANO'S, ' '
Dre.sr. Ohllfonlera, Armolrea, Toilet Ta. . otel ApartmtnW Willi MtCfltnS.
bin, Bookcases, Library Tables, Pedestals,! Refurnished and redecorated apartments
Davenports, Ccuches-, Hettees, Curio Cabl- of frpm two to five rooms. Completely fur
tu.t. Halrrtardr. nished, Including maid atrcice, gas, clsc-
FINI5 PERIOD Nin'S. ALL WOODS. trlclty. bltchen eoulpnirnt. te.
1500 BOOKS SOLD TODAY AT 4 HOTEL SCHUYLER ARMS,
15. II. MILLICAN, Auctioneer t Appraiser. ' 305 to 311 West 9Sth St.
atsoclatlon, Included amour tho di
rector aro Mm. Charles Csry numsey,
Mrs, Frank A. Vonderllp, Mrs. IT. aios
lr Armstrong, Mrs. Paul Baerwald,
Mrs. Lewis Butler Preston. Fredcrlo
Kcrnochan, Georrro Qordon Battle, Al
fred II. Pane' nnd Charles Altschul.
fllCclUl to Tim flUN AND XKW YotK llWAIJ).
WASHINGTON, May 18,-Thcse army or
dcrs wera made public to-days
Capt. Albert E. Ilaan, honorably ill
charged; 1'lrst Lieut. John J. Ilannlgan, ie
tired from pclly aervlcet Capt. I'arlier 0.
V ttnivi.r. tr. llntflAti mm I mum to IIHC-
itaiiocu, Jr., 10 weai ruim, wimt
Gen, John W. nuckman, president ot army
I(.trng boanl. for examinations Cnpt. Will-
IsniG, Reynolds, honoiauly dlcliargcd: I'lrst
l.lcuti. Ccszius Haywsrd HIVm, Wilbur
Henry Vinson, Leo Tliomns sirjianon ana
.lames Julian Drtle, provisional Appointments
In Regular Army hereby nmclo purmniui.ti
Capln. Theiiui G. Methven, Donovan Kwmitou
und KhAt Ueitt. Esilu 8, Hni-cK. lot'inp
Upton 1 Cunt. Jaus A. Gruff, honorably dis
charged; Major William II. Jordan, Ktantrf
two months' kavu: Cnuts. Vincent H. liu i ton,
Hurley E. Fuller and Thomas A, Young, lion
otftldy discharged as Contains U. 8. Army
Army onlys First Limits, lleiln'ti L. Eario-st,
Edward T. Harrison nml Albert I). Foster,
placed on detached offlreiri' list: Llvut.-Cnl,
Ilou'ltnd II. Kills, honorably discharged .as
Lieutenant-Colonel, U. H. A., only: Capt.
Ileujttinln K. Grey, granted 13 ilajs' lrae.
Lieut. -Col. Wilson T. Davidson, rtport to
Col. Ira A, Haynes, president army ttlring
hoard, Han Francisco, for examination; Capt,
I.lowt-lyn CeorKU Fetch, First Lieut. Joseph
llrennld Kalberg. Cnpt, Alfred Rhodes and
Copt. Leonard Joseph Maslci'll, honorably
illfldinijn-cl; Major John Holmes Til inter, to
Fort Stun Houston.
CAVA Ml Y.
Fllst Ltnut. Oi:rco L. Morrison, letlcd
fluin active sen Ice; Major Alexander 1..
Jaiiii's, honorably dlschaiged ns Major, I'. H.
A., only; ('apt. William It. Irwin, tonoiahl'
discharged ns Captain, V, i. A only; Cnpt.
clcn O. Kerry, Dissident of army tttlilng
boaid, ChlcsKo. fiir cxan.hiallon.
naue 11. wrstmoicinmi, report io uoi. i.u
Capt. Arthur W. Ilitrton, cianled cue
month's leave; Capt. Wllllum 11. Cheirhu
ton, assume duty as construetlns quarter
nmstrr for tho eoiiat ritfiMicrH of Ucluwaie
tor all projects atithotlied after January I,
d Biante. flftce
A vS to Fur"
PatHelc. sail on
111.11; capi. I'.nim v, i.mui
days' Kae; Capt. (Jenrje A
,. . rK . ,
o, .-Hi. iinnni n. liuics,
lirst nvntiatiie transport leaMtig New voik
city after May 13 for th Panama Ciinul
Capt. Joseph O. Daly, (o Camp Ornnt;
Copt. Aichlbuld V. Arnold, to Camp Fun-
ston; Major Idus It. McLondon. honoiably
discharged as Major U. S. A. only. '
riist Lieut. Alfred Snyder nnd l'ltst Lieut.
William II. llunkley, honorably dlyrhatxed;
Col. Uenjamln I). Lathbury. to Philadelphia;
Major Robert E. Scott, relieved from pres
ent duties as utilities officer only for Cnnip
Knox; Major William P. Stlnsou, to Ksn
Francisco: Cnpt. David L. Holtau. to Chi-
enso; Major llenrj" R. Ifiiily, U, K. A., tc-
ttrea, is reimven 410m present assieuinrm
and duties nnd frOrn further active duty, 1 f
fecthu May 20. nnd Hill then proceed to his
home; Capt. Clarence Loveberry, to Waller
Reed Oenernl Hospital; Major-Oen. Leonard
Wood, iino of nbsenco extended twenty
clays; Capt. Walter L. Reed, to aviation
senernl supply depot, Morrison. Vn., and
the. sir servlco school, Langley Field.
PETITION IN IIANKHUPTCY.
The following petition In bankruptcy was
filed Tuesday In the United States District
Involuntary petition against Abraham Zelt
ler and Frank ClreenberK, copartners, trad
ing as tho Well Worth Neckwear Company,
manufacturers, ?"' llroadway. Liabilities,
$7,000; assets, gl.OOO. Samuel I), Isaacson,
1 1(1 Nassau street, Is attorney for the peti
The following Judgments wtre filed yes.
terday In Manhattan, the first name being
that of the debtor:
Adler, Daniel (Bronx Embroidery
Worksl-llraunsteln Kantor.... S3I8.30
A. H. llarr Is Co., Inc. Travelers
Ins. Co . 1 ,7.10.23
Reekman. Uenjnmln-M. Stern et al. 130.40
Rlack. Udwnrd-1. Ham; 210.40
Drown, Irving I. and Anna I. Dlflnl I.KC.'O
Drown. Anna Same 222.10
Blue Bird Dress Co., Inc. McAlpIn
Cohan. Sidney L. II. W. (ioldberg. 120.20
Cohen, Joseph C. Ryan 1,023.20
Carrla. Ldv.aid Bankers Commer-
rlal Security Co., Inc 126.11
Chetfctt. Herman-C. II. Smith 2.200.51
SALES AT AUCTION.
A Collection of Rare Art and Beautiful Furnishings
REMOVED FROM BltOOKLINE. MASS.
Liberty Auction Rooms 0124 university pl.
NAT EICHNER. Auctr. & Appraiser. tiib'swHsotri
TO-DAY. WEDNESDAY, at II A. M.
7;LRESIn.?iLTUE ,'vrE JOHN ACRUM WINSLOW. U. S. N.
Commander of the KEARSARGE During the Civil War.
Dy Order of tho F.xecutor. HON. ELMER WINSLOW. and Other Estates.
Far Eait Curio', Antiques, Teakwood Furniture,
Rare Persian Ruji, Library of Old Booki,
Rare China. Oil Paintings.
Personal KfTccts and Other Interesting Objects.
Genuine Dutch Marquctrrlo InUld Uoudolr Suite Complete.
Stcinway & Sons' Baby Grand Piano
Luxuriously Upholstered Livingroom Furniture.
, Louis XVI. Ivory and Cold Parlor Suite.
Choice Dining and Bedroom Suites, all wosds anJ psrioJi.
Anderson 68-note Player, Victrola. Aeolian 88-note Player.
This 8ale Is worthy the attention of Art Deilers. Motion Picture Prodilcors an.l Collectors.
HOTELS AND EESTAURANTS.
KEW GARDENS, LONG ISLAND
ONE. TWO, THREE OR FOUR ROOMS WITH BATH.
Bachelor Wing. Also Separate Wing lor Ladies.
American Plan. ,
UNDER KNOTT MANAGEMENT. '
GEORGE H. WART MAN, Manager.
Temporary 'Phone Richmond Hill 5703 W.
Between Ilroadwsy and Central Parle.
A QUIET FAMILY HOTEL
ALL ROOMS WITH BATH & SHOWERS
rrirate uatn l S3
for I Person Z,
tor 3 Persons i
2 ROOM 1 ...,
Phono Columbus I39Q. J. A. JEPSON,
Chateau Thierry Restaurant
DINE OS THE ROOF
Swept by Hudson Breezes
Special Table d'Hoto $1.50
0 toO SER-ED IN ORH.L ONLT
RiTers'de Drin at 85th Si. Sthujler 1470
Central Park West at 8Cth St.
Knit.' i of one room to as many as
required. Furnished or unfurnished.
Restaurant n la Parte.
WM. P. INOOLD. Jtanager.
M . . Xaffi
Crispin. John, Lawrence H. Mills
and Ujor -1!., Htewart-Morrls
Plan Co.. New Vork. ............. iw.uu
DMberg. Mtlvlii lf,-Bncclopadla
VI Nuovo. Junes and Anthony-Ter-
mlnal Milk Corp, :"A,:i;H.V. "w',u
Deulsch. BlegWed. and d,cl . ..,
Uantsterer-Ktl. Bursty My"!'A u"
Dodne, rosany. Iw.."" Wendell M
PhUllp. Dod?rrJ. Illrsob. ........ 313.00
Dllteimoeier, imiu ... - 45303
11.1t ...1.. fr m
Flints, liavio, miii (-00 00
Casualty Co.-reople, e.. DW'UJ
Fidelity t Deposit Co. of Md.-I re- J1SM
a& jo.Vp.;-m" weinsehii:: : 'mm
Umsjflold, Michael, I" 8ln.-C. A. flJ
c Ullshet, Emlle J.-H. Hnolmes..... Bw0.bO
lUyn... Nathan ,0.-We.tern Else-
tilo company, Inf...... t.;
Htttiben. I,aac-I' R Htlllman S-o-"
Hall, Charles H.- 1 O IUlnn
nmisman. (lershon-M. Urenner..., 3.I0.1W
John F. Murfay Truclilnc Company.
Inc.-H. l'avllldes. .................
Keller. John J. Keller & Bon)-L.
(Ireenbers. . .!.. .......
Ue, Ope W.. nd Fidelity and Cai-
unlty Co, of N. Y. People, c
M H Ramos t Co., Inc.-flrrou
KnltthtE Mils, lite.......
McAdams, Loretta, and Came a-
nolla-Morrls I'Mn Co,. N.
Manslone, Tony (North I'oixr Stoclc
Co.) Parsons MsBnlhe, Inc......
Mollno, Paul ll-Morrls Plan Co.,
Manhattan Hlo'rSEe and Warehouse
Co. II. Kevorklen.,..,...'
Mlchelson, Moycr-It. Uiossmann...
Mlshkoff, Alfred it., Henry Oold-
berR nnd Joseph Levy-M. A.
Freedman ft al
MaeLoarn, Russell A. II. Brown...
O'Neill, Wllllam-Morrls rtan Co,
N Y '-
Pearson, Frsnx-J. Ilillllps......
RodBers, 11-rtha Enoeiopaedln
Itonenlhal & Katz, I lie. II. Hchatla.
Rnthmell t Co. of West Vlrflnla,
Inc. lllcaido, (Somes & DIetlln Co,
1 c,'n5.'.,'V, ' i'.i',iii,'!M,"rrii'i'tLii "iV.'nf
, Y. . .'. . ,,. . .. . .
Schellenber, Howard J. It. Peilcr-
Ktraub, Carlisle F. nnd Herbert F.
(Wtraiib t Strtiti)-S. Hcheuer...
Structural Eiectlns Co. lljman
Thys, Frank-Morris Plan Co., N. Y.
Webster, Wm. H.-Lord i TaIor.,
' Wetmoie. J. Douslas-J. Meltjer....
, ,,T.iii- r-.. I.. nn.l
V: J' . ", ". f
l ,1'hlllP Coherr. fmwstrl.........
1 Wender, Harold lit Encyclopaedia.
I SriJI.' 1 mflT-Vl Vllnskv Vla'l'!'!
JYjJlff- rhiin, i j p Dcmnel y! .
i"1,1'' u-hk-sllf Adams
'"""er. Robert H.-O Nelll Adams
The first name Is that of the debtor.
Biaim, Phlllp-A. 15. Natsh k Co.,
Inc , $18.89
Cohen. Joseph, Rcawle Cohen. Ru
dolph Henrfd-Morrls Plan Co. of
N. v 1 13 90
I'atrell. William', and Francis Ln-
gei-Morrls Plan Co, of N. i'.... 120.30
Hart. John-Same 30.20
Kramer, Matthew Ameilcan Drug
gist Syndicate H0...2
Lennlian, Timothy, William Farrell.
nduard Schuakel and James Daiey
-Moirls Plan Co. of N. Y. 113.00
IVppe, Harry, and Marcus Mejer
Elmpson, William J., nnd Frederick
11., ns esr.-A. Lillantl.al... . r.OI3.4n
Sanders, CeorgeS.iFrledman enl. 230.72
Slgel, Mainle-ll. CioldbcrK I,ll.03
Seltzer, Abraham, and New Am
sterilam Casualty Co People Stale
of N. Y 1 .000.00
J-ame-Samc '. 1.0C0.O0
Sasson. Samuel, and New Amster
dam Casualty Co. Same... 22.214.171.124(1
The first name Is that ot the debtor: the
neconil that of the creditor and date when
Judgment was filed.
KL-lar. Itntnniln. nnd Mrft Mlieer
1,. Heller; Apr. 27, 1020 S701.04
IJourassa. Arthur limine, inc.;
Mar. 23, 1917 r.23.91
Fourth Avenue Holding Co. C. B.
Ilruti: Jan. 7, 1020 1,091.77
Hnfrls Illanrk. Jne. New Amster
dam Casualty Co.; Apr. 15, 1920. 1,140.90
Hooker electrochemical Co.-O. U.
Ilrndshaw; Apr. 14. 1920 4,081.40
Keating, Joseph 1., ana t ranees c,.
Keatlnz L. J. Alexander: June
17, 1011 465.08
Mulcahy, Wm. F. and Wm. J. Jo
seph Beck J- Sons; June 30, 1915. 227.16
Wood & Selick-Soclete Bonlelalse
d Conserves t Prodults Allmn-
talres; Jan. 14. 1919 (reversed).. 11,393.83
J, Lcberman t Co., Inc. I. Kravltz;
Novil, 1010., 6,082.10
Ucnnett-, lease, nnu Louis AlUrlsi
People, 4c; May 14, 1920 500.00
Hunter, Ljdla H. 15., and Paul C
H. Henian; June 11. 1917
SALES AT AUCTION.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
West 23d Street at SfcTenlh Avenue
ABSOLUTELY. .Ft REPROOF
Room with adjoining balb, $2.50
Room with jrinte bath, $3.00
Suites, $5 up
Special rates by month, season and
j ear; open fireplaces: high ceilings;
unusually large rooms; spacious
Dinner. . ............... .$1.00
Colored map '"D" of Nsw York
. snarled free upon application.
Kb Ave., Kith to ISJth St a.
On block -from "L" and Subway Its.
Trollty and bus lints at dia..
A Refined Family and
Transient Fireproof Hotel
All OUTSIDE ROOMS.
AT UODER.TE RATI.
At Top of Buildint
A U Crte Mtals
Tel. :0 Mornlnrtlds.
R. r. LKUDE, .Maugcr.
Empire Trust Co.-OI. f0'; ,,oB.
eJoii?1 Joseph e'-H.' niinli! ! " ' '""i
Epstein, Hymsn-H. '''0"1V'i'',ii' ,'3r''
Frnio, Alexander - Encyclopedia
11.1. ...1.. fr m ..... .... ....... " iv.b
BILL IS VETOED
Governor Explains That
Measure Is Mandatory
Sf eclaf to Tun Htm nd Nmv Yosk IIctai.d.
Aluxn't, Slay 18. Gov. Smith vetoed
to-ilay the bill establWilnn the two pln
tton system In flto departments, nnd In
no dolne broke a preolectlort promise, nc
tortllnir to tho firemen, who waged a lonir
light to set tho bill through tho Legis
lature. Tho veto como as n comploto
surprlso to them,
lly wny of explanation the Governor
issued u memorantlum s.tyinir tlin hill
'was mandatory anil would have forced
twenty-two cities In tlto Htato to reduco
their fire fighting forces, reduco salaries
or else curtail othor munlcljinl activities.
The State, he said, could not tulco the
position of forcing tho measure on so
The two platoon system Is now In
force In most of Manhattan's flro houses
nnd will be comploto by .September, ac
cording to present plans. John J,
O'nclll, secretnry of the Uniformed
KIremcn'B and PolIcemen'H I'rotoctlvo
Association for New York, declared tho
veto wns a shock to New York'H force
and that tho Governor had given hla
'vrltten approval of the bill before elec
tion, upon which he had secured the sup
jjort of the fire fighters and their fath
illes. " v
AGED EEFEREES KEEP JOBS.
Cut. Smith Vetoes III It to Ileiuovr
Special to Tn Sun ixn Nmv Yosk llsautu.
-Af.BANY, May 18. The lily bill,
which would removo two official referees
in the Second Judicial District nnd pro-
i.t.ti. tri IUa unnAtnliMAtlt tn tholl- IllaceS
of two lawyers less than 70 yenrs olj,
v.'ns vetoeu to-tiay uy uor, nmuii. unuci
the bill the Appellate Dlvlsloti would
have ucnulred tho power to replace tho
Tho bill was aimed fit William u.
rvll,n,. nn.l Invtr.1i P. Mnrpntl. fomiCr
i.tuilnAa ttt Mia (timrnmn Pnnrt In llrook-
lyn and now official referees at 10,000
a year. It Is a development of the
feeling ot the younger clement In poli
tics that soma ot tho older men who
have had well paying jobs for yenrs
should step down and give some one
else n chnncc.
In the cases of the two Brooklyn
referee- It was recalled that their terms
as Supreme Court Justices paid them
$17,500 olyear for fourteen years, and
that sine? quitting the bench Uicy have
enjoyed the Income 'of the(next best
Jobs In sight,
Xrvt- Head of llrooklyn Charities.
'Alfred T. White, well known In Brook
lyn for his phllanthroplcal activities',
has resigned as president of the Brook
lyn Bureau of Charities. Mr. White was
president of the bureau for thirty years.
He has been succeeded by Darwin U
James, Jr., president of the American
Chicle Company. Both Low was the
first president of the organization.
INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, ETC.
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Spare time training is the practlc-a!
stepping-stone to mastery of business
anitlysli. Ambitious workers ln office,
atoro and shop clerks, stenographers,
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etc. can progress rapidly to positions
as llxptrt Accountants, and do It with
out Interference with their preaent busi
ness duties. Positions ln this field pay
from J-1,000 to JI0.000 and even 113,000
or more a jear. Start on tho rond to
promotion and Increased salary today !
mailing i lie coupon, we win send ou
full Information as to tho J-aSalle home
study course In Higher Accountancy, the
reasonable -cost and the convenient
terms of payment. We will also Bend
you b copy of the famous book, "Ten
Year' Promotion In One," which Mis
how LaRalle trained iwn have gained
In one year promotion which men v'.th
out this training havo not realized in
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on my part, full Information regarding your
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also your book, '"Ten Years' Promotion In
THE V. O. MC1IOOL OP NKCItKTAKIE'S.
542-544 FIITII AVENUES (4Jth St.).
The oldest and preeminently the most suc
cessful. Prepares for and obtains excellent
secretarial positions. Individual Instruction
only, permitting entrance at any time. Write
or catotopuc 10.
SPECIAL SUMMER SESSIONS.
BniTT SCHOOL, C3 Weot 43th Street.
"Kill I Secretarial training: Individual
Instruction. Snmnifr Session.
$9.00 PER DAY
wP Far Tim P..... 1
LOW SPRING & SUMMER RATES j
10 minute from Broadway.
Olorloua aunshlns. delightful
a breetei, braelng air.
b a 1 1 h f u I environment.
UUlltlllU. UKACJI, V
ltd rooms. ?S nrtr.l.
baths, stsam heat, slso
trie llghu, spaelou
Writ for BoakleL
HOTKL KLMlICRST. Sheffield. Mass. In
the Berkshire. Suite with haih n
dairy products and vegetables. Excellent
cuisine; all outdoor amusements; ideal
roads; garage. Special rate May-June
PINE GROVE SPRINGS
ON THE SHORE OP LAKE SPOFFOTID.
M If P.AT k TPWia Liiattn
i Mt uvua utlt1iu, V ta-tlllitlt. AIll l"t lit.
INC. IIOATINO. DANCING. OPEN JUNE "J
BrtADnURY V. CtlRIIINrs f..
N. Y. Rooking Office. SPUR TRavpt.
BUREAU, 41". KIFTII AV.
TEL. VANDERDILT 2T4.
N. Y. Booking Office. M Klftli Ave.
Booklet on request. RR1STOW TYLER. Mcr.
Cattklll Mountains. At Top of American
KAATERSKII.L. C. V.
TI largest and most beautifully situ
ated mountain .resort In America. I'lne
Auto Roads in Every Direction. Empire
. OPENS JULY 1.
Uookinc Office, Hotel .M)ftlc. 7Und
PARENT & RICHARDS. Inc.
IsCentral Park West. Phone Col. 1000. i
NEW MOUNTAIN INN
"The Summer Ilrsort Ideal."
Hungarian cuisine. Apply ror book!'.
Polltrer k. Flschbeln. Prop.. Pine 11UI, M.T,
Hungarian cuisine. Apply for booki
"Tt lltahnt Clam Motet In the CatiVtth-
NEW GRAND HOTEL
Cntklll Mountains, Alllltnle '.Viol) (t
Open .lime 2(1, heenery t'nrnunllfrt
20 desiees cooler than N. Y, City, i'(rfw
sanitary conditions, Puro sprlne mi,,
Culslns unexeclli'd, Trnni Fhlilng
llinuu (mining l H,,,c.i niiT'.";
Instiuctors. Iirlies. n.?Jc.u.L B. -tlon
Vbo Tiny .7. 1 foMl-lwnj,.r Mt
ler a snmno norses, npeciai lamuy rates
Army Officers' tenia. With raised tlnors'
Harrison S. Down. Prop. Tel. Pol. Mm'
At Hotel Anaonla, llroadway b 73d HI., .V, y'
Hotel nnd Ottngrs
KITCIIAWAN ON I'ltOTON IJIKK, N, V.
OPKNS MAY S3.
1G0 ncro private estate, 2 miles out,
50 mlnuto trnln service to Mt. Klsco.
Private stolf llnkti.
.Special ilitte rule ami (ll!.i(rn(r
booklet on request to II. S. it .4. .
White, KlfcAotcoti, N. V.
SHARON SPRINGS, N. Y.
Pavilion Hotel and Cottaqes
Opena Juna SO. Fplderi on applicant,
THE ANNrX, Adjoining the lamouj
White Sulphur Snrluga and Bathing Kitat.
Uabment, openi Slay lat.
J. U, OARDNBR A SON.
W. II. CRAIO, U.n'l 11 f,
OEDNEY FARM HOTEL,
White Platna: N. Y.
EDWARD 11. CRANDALL,
Open All Year.
T11K Crlswolil, Ilastern Pt,New London,
Conn.: bookings, Tlie Illltmoic, N t
Hviha B ead. ATLANTIC ClTY.N.I
Capacity 600. Opea ail the lear
COl'RTICSY OI'AI.lTY SI'KVK ;
ICnNTl'CKY AVB., NKAIt I1KACII
Amer Plan.W to$j Dally. ",'J up Weekiv,
N, H. KKNNAin
MMDS GREATbST HOTEL SUCCESS
Ocean lO Michigan av. Aliv'ais open.
Garage. WILLIAM R. HOOD.
NEW TI ARIflM Kentucky av. nnd bnih
iltW ViLHniUn nooms. with blh sM
S. K. HONIKACK,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. .1.
I'nsurpnssed for lirnllhfiil rest and rrcrra.
ESSEX m SUSSEX
Hotel and Cottages
SPRING LAKE, N. J.
America's Finest Resort Hottl
Open June 10.
Ilotand Cold Sea Water
New York OfPce: 8 West 40th "Street
or Plan Hotel,
r. T. UC4TLNT.. aiiatsv.
K. A. WILSON, Assfstan't to .tlxnacsr
IlKIJIAIt. N. .1.
New owner, management
Rebuilt, refurnished; French culslnr: epi
clous porches; bath houses; opens May IT:
special Decoration Day rates.
Allen ilotuo Cottages, Water Witch os
Shensbury and Ocean. II. U. ALLOT.
T.akewood. N. J.
LAKE'VOOD. N. J.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR,
rfone 1411 LnkewiKid.
Ike Hopatcong, N. .1,
OP4 LAKE HOPATCONG. NJ.
OPENS JUNE IS IK
Evpert-pralscd courts on
the hotel grounds.
Address until Jl'XI' 10TH
COO Acres on Delaware Hirer.
SPRUCE CABIN INN il
Now open. Rooms en suite ana witn dsid.
ataam heat. Electric light. All amussmsnt.
W. J. A M. D. Price. Canadensis. Pa.
The Glenwood Now Open
Delaware Water Gap. Cap. m " ""';
DESCRIPTIVE booklet ot Hotels, Waroins
Houses. Cottages nt Water Gap, Stroud ;
burg. Poeono". free. iAckawanna offices, 1 -W.
42d St.. DO West St.. or send four cent'
In stamps to JAMES FISTER. Adv. Agent.
HO WMt atreer.
Chichester House. Tobyhanna. Monroe Co
Pa. Boating. Bathing. Fishing. Book.".
E. H. CHICHESTER.
OLD ORCHARD, Foconos, Cre.-o, Vi .
ft-aleiation. Booklet Chaa. LangneU.rro
HYDE MANOR E.i
Golf In tho lake region of ;;'
Illustrated Booklet. A. W. HTDE ft SOS.
Special Juno rate.
Winter Bathing t
World Renowned Minenl Wilir BUB
Far RheumatistB. Nervousness and that J
lown eonditioa. Best results in wiDtcr-l'"
crowded conditions better altenliea. Vmti
(or booklet. ,,. .
Iis'iniss Hta'a AssocUUon.Mt. CIibsis. ibti.
CANADIAN PACIFIC HAIMVAT.
VOLPerrr. Genwtraas. Dept..i:M Bwsy.
Mako it your hcadquanciB ,
while in buropc.
SWISS FEDERAL RAILHOABS
241 Fifth Avenue, New YorS
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