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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HER ALP. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1920.
17 BOY SCOOTS BACK, CAMP IH BALLROOM tfnnittorec' Delegation Upon Arrival (Joes Immediately to Hotel Commodore. JHBEB YOUTHS IN PARIS ldio Announces They Are Bid of Scarlet Fever and Will Return Soon. The 101 Boy Scouts who loft the I'nltfl Stales nn Juno6 to show tho boat cf the world how high the American bey ratel et lhl' "International Jam boroo'' ot Boy Scouts hold In England, returned to tholr notlva shores last night minus thro of thuli' number. Tlie?" unfortunate youths caURht scarlet .v,r wlille In Varls and had to bn left behind. A radio messuiie received on bbipboard announced that they had ro Mvercdi however, and would follow soon. The Scouts, the pick of 400.000 In tbe country, arrived on the army trans port 1'rlnoces Muloika, which docked it Tier army bate, Brooklyn. They tre taken off In UfhtorH and brought to the Battery, whero they took the lubwiiy to Fourteenth atroct, and from there marched to the Hotel Commodore. John Ml & Bowman, mauaulmr diror tor ff tho hotel, had convett.l the (rami ballroom Into a temporary "ciitnp" tor Uie Scouts, and the fifty-six Scout officials, who accompanied thorn. Enough cote for all wero stretched jroiitKl the big floor. Ono portion of the room wae cut off and niado Into a dining room for uso by the boys dur ing the several days they will be In Intvn before disbanding going home. They represent 101 towns und (illes. James E. West, chief Scout executive, waa on hand to greet the boys when they landed, having preceded them home on another veeeel. "Wo certainly are glad to give New Tork another look at thla 'Jamboree' (legation," he said. "Certainly there never was a more splendid group of American boys brought together for any purpose, t'urlng their entire foreign trip, which Included a tour Of the bat tlefields and principal cities In France ;nl Belgium, after the International contest ended on July 7. they conducted llicmselves magnificently, with great .rodlt to tlie"lr homo folks and the or-p-r.liatlon to which thoy belong. 'In addition t" winning the most !m pnrram event in the world Scout con 1ts and aeverftl other first places, all of which has boon told before In cable despatches, they won a much higher prize-a very high regard for America, for Its boyhood and Us Boy Scouts In particular, by all who camo In con tact with them. "With the exception of one delega tionthat from Sweden the Boy Scouts of America outnumbered those of all the other thirty-four nations participat ing In the International demonstration. Our delegation, all admitted, was by far the best organized, best led and the one that at ail times attracted moat favorable comment." The voyage of the Princes Matolka r tnrted at Antwerp and Wai uneventful. The transport, In addition to the boys, brought WO army personnel and tho todies of I, HO American soldier dead. 36746 ALIENS COME ON SEVERAL LINERS Ellis Island Prepares for Big Examination. Labor Day Is to be a day of labor for the men of the Immigration service, ac cording to Frederick A. Wallls, Immi gration Commissioner at Kills Is loud. He sent word yesterday to tho Denart men of Labor officials In Washington lliat It will bo necessary to operate the full force of inspector at Ellis Island ti-day and to-morrow because of the iUBh of immigrants to this country. Vessels arriving yesterday and others due to-day and to-morrow will depoJit .'.Tit persons of all ages and national ities for tho Inspectors to examine. Mr. Wallis said, after consulting with agents of the steamship lines brlnglne the horde. I'nless these are passed upon for admittance; or rejected during these three days that they arrive, he aatd, It will mean that the Island will become hopelessly choked and that the steam ship lines will have to houso their steer i'ge passergera on board until there Is room at the island, thereby delaying (Ullng arrangements. RECORDS EXPECTED IN BALLOON RACES One Event Is for Cordon Bennett Cap. The national balloon race scheduled to tart from Birmingham, Ala., thl month and tho International contest for balloon ist to start from the name city In Oc tober are expected by Aero Club officials In charge of the races to set new records. This hope Is based upon the greater ga opacity of the balloons and lessons of construction learned In the war. The national event, to start September :3. will see fifteen contenders lined up, each aspiring to be one of three who will defend the Gordon Bennett cup hlch has been in America slnoe being lifted from France in 113 by Ralph '"p.'on of Akron, Ohio. Upson, presen International title holder, made his entry soon as the race was announced. Three bags have been entered by the Army Air Service, one by the Navy and another by the Army Balloon School Fort Omaha. The other ten balloons hav beon entered by civilians. T', second race, which Is to ata October 23, will be the fourth occasion w which the United States has defended the Gordon Bennett International trophy "lice Its foundation In 1908. The cn six In all, are: Italy, two; United Slates, three, and Belgium, one. The balloon "Belgica" of 2,000 cubic "Were capacity, has been entered - by 'he Aero Club of Belgium. It will be Piloted by Ernest Demuyter, who con tested In the race of 1S12. REFUGEE CHILDREN WON'T SAIL TUESDAY 780 Little Russians Tied Up by Objections to Stop on Way in France. INJUNCTION THREATENED Reds Spread Propaganda at Entertainment in Madison Square Garden. The plight of the 780 Russian refugee children who are to be sent by the American Ited Cross to France Instead of directly Into Soviet Russia, was heralded and made pathetlo agnin last nlglit at a mass meeting arranged and conducted by Miss Melon Todd of the American Women's Emergency Associa tion Miss Todd declared the protest has been at strong that the sailing of the Jnpunos steamer bearing tho children set .for Tuosdiiy tins boon postponed In definitely, she also said that unless the plUM of tho American lied Cross are changed to permit direct transportation of the refugee-! to their homeland, an In junction will be sought against tho sail ing of the ship. The meeting was held in tho Lexington (ipera House nnd attracted an audience which filled about half the aud'turlum. Most of those present were either Rus sians or Irish, but there was no demon stration even whi n Miss Todd described with certain graplrtr powers a visit which she made to Ellis Island Friday, during which she talked to the children through imi Interpreter. She said she Instated upon naklng but one question, which was where the children wanted to go. nnd when permission was granted by Major R. R, Allen of the Red Cross the answers wore, "Homo." "We will do OVerythlng we can to pre vent the ship sailing to France," said Miss Todd. "We have Instructed our attorneys' to teak an injunction.'' Miss Todd was followed by Slshop I'aul Jones, secretary of the Fellow ship of Organisations. Resolutions ex pressing a formal protest were adopted, containing a request that the children bo landed at a Soviet port twelve hours from l'etrograd. The Russian children were entertained In Madison Square Garden yesterday afternoon with music and speeches, and I.ttdwlg C. A. K, Martens, self-styled representative In the United States of lha Russian Soviet Government, soiled tho opportunity, together with other radicals, to make a apcech to them. After the music programme had ended Martens harangued the cnlldren in Russian for some time, and other radical speakers also took up the bur den. Radicals managed to filter into the audience, and the children hardly had taken their seats before handbills and leaflets were being handed to them. Tiie Red Cross uuthorltles did not Inter fee until some of the radicals began handing cigarettes to boys 9 and 10 years of iwre. Then Dr. W. T Barger of the Red Cross objected, and 'lolloe men made the radicals quit passing cut tne tobacco. More than 10,00 Russian men, women and children were In the Garden when the entertainment began, and i s many more stood outs.de to catch a glimpse of tho children. Every seat In the Paloomes was tniten, some oy Daily Calendar THE WEATHER. For Eastern New York Fair to-day; to-morrow cloudy; moderato tempera ture; gontle variable winds. l''er New Jeney Partly cloudy to-day! to morrow unsettled I moderate temperature. For Northern New Knelaml--Fair to-ilay; to-morrow rlouily: mot'erftte temperature. Fur Southern New lDnaianil Pair to-day; to-morrow lmi.lv moderate temperature. fir Western NSW York Partly cloudy to day! to-morrow cloudy ami uiutotllcd ; mod erato temperature. WASHINGTON, Sept. 4. -Air pressure Is high but diminishing ever tho Northern Stales b .i of the Rocky M . uml is rela tively low over tlio liulf lltatre'nnd It la low ami falling on the ra-lfli' slops, No well deflnod disturbance ui'i u within tho fl'-M of observations. There were, however, snowirs In the south Atlantic ami lltilf rttut,.., the plains Hletss and the extreme upper Mississippi Valley. Temperatures re main below the normal over all parts of tlio country esnent the Northwest. Tho deficiency In temperature is considerable ovor tils i.l. .mi States and the upper Mississippi Val ley. In tho New Knglnud ml middle At-lantl- States the weather will he generally lair tomorrow and become c loudy and un settled Monday, with moderat temperature. In the south Atlantic (Mates the weather nlll bo cloudy and unsettled, with showers to-morrow And Monday. In the east Quit Statis, Tennesseo and the Ohio Valley the weather will bo cloudy and unsettled to morrow and Monday, with the possibility of local showers, in tho region of the great lass tint weather will be generally fair, hot with considerable cloudiness to-morrow and Monday. No deelded temperature chanei ii r" indicated 'for the eastern half of the country throuih to-morrow and Monday. Obscn aliens at United States Weather Bureau stations, taken at A. M. to-i.a. MVeni) -fifth nn rldliin time: Until Temperature 11a- fall l,nsi in his. roiii- Last S'atlnns. High. Low. eter t!4 hra.W sather. Ahikm- h N stj.w .. Cloudy All.anv 76 M .10.10 .. Clear Atlantic City M M M.lli .. Ob ar Baltimore ... 7 R49 clf,ir Bl marek ... Kfl Clear Ilo-ion HO 04 30.11) .. Clear lluffalo 74 M W.10 .. Clear . Inclimatl .. H) -'d -U.UH .. I't. Cldy Charleston .. S3 70 2fi.!td .. Cloudy Chicago H M .10.04 .. I't. Cldy Cleveland ... 70 60 IOd I't. CICy Denver 70 4S M.H .. Pt. cidy Detroit 72 M ao.tm .. rt. ciuy QalVatSh .... M III 10.00 M Clear Helena K 4S in.7S .. Clear rackaontrllle.. . 7d no.iu .44 ituiu Kansas City) Ti 4 'JD.04 Mi Pt. Cldy Los AllgelHS. SO 70 2fl.Htl .. Clear Milwaukee . . 7' 04 JW.0S .. Pt. Cldy New Orleans, sil US 20. SH .. Clear Oklahoma .. 74 2 2.II .. Clear Philadelphia, 7s 114 .10.12 .. cloudy Pittsburg ... 7 i an on .. rt. cuiy Portland, Me. 74 00 .W in .. Clear Portland. Ore 71 rm fo.M .. clear 't Lake Cy N 1H1 2P 7H .. Cloudy Saa Antonio. M 74 20.KS .. Clear Hun lihgo... 74 7n ?0.M .. Pt Cldy f. Francisco. M M 20.02 .. Clear Rt, Louis.... if' o ao.oa .. rt. cidy Washington.. 7S 58 30.11) .. Clear LOCAL WHATHEF. RECORDS. 8 AM. sr. M ,, 30.1J 30 1.1 ,, ,M "9 , N. B. B, fi .1 Pt.ci'dy Barometer Humidity Wind direction .. Wind velocity fi Weather Clear Picctbltation None The temperature in this city yesterday, recorded by tim official thermometer, shown In the annxed lahlo s a. at. II A . M . . 10 a. at, . 11 P. M. . 12 M (I A. M 12 II., . 3 l'.-M 4iS . 70 . II 1!'20. . 711 , 73 I r. 2 p, 3 p, 4 p. 0 P, M . . M. . M . M.. lfHO. Ill 7 rt P. ;i r ia no tii 8 ea fis l!'2n. 191;i li'.i f N 0 P. It. 7 P. M. 1 P. M. BP M. 10 r. m. n 12 Mid ... 117 Highest temperdture. To, at 2:30 V. M. Lowest temperature, 01, at 4 A. M. A vi rage tcmpviiature, lis. Mrs. F. Present Hush Killed. WrsTEHi.T, It. I.. Bept. 4 Mrs. Flora Sheldon Eush, wife of F. Prescott Bush of Columbus, Ohio, was stfuck and killed by an automobile at Watch Hill groups of Ruaslans In native dre?s. The to-night. Mr. Bush la president of th aisles were crowded with ai many per-Buckeya Stool Casting Company ami a sons as the police would permit to stand, director of the Pennsylvania lUilroad. As the automobiles left the Harden witn the children the young refiges were cheered by thouandi standing an the fire escapes and lining the streets. Vari ous Kuse.an societies hud charge of the event Rnnawar Injareo Pollceneaa. Patrolman Thomas Griffin of the r anla station was dragged a block 'dldlng to the bridle of a horse 'making mad dash through Clay avenue. The yesterday afternoon, and then aa shaken off. He dropped under the nlmal and waa struck In the leg by ,h horse's hoofs. The light wagon to htch the r.ntmal waa attached ran over him. The policeman got up and J&n In pursuit The horse stopped a undrcd feet further on. Joseph Mar 'aeaa of 2S5 Bast 1.11st street claimed 'hi tin-. A A T,- t I n n Olffln rfl- -.".DC, HIIU l illl'.llll.'lt - - corte.1 to Lincoln Hospital, where hie -a wound was treated. NASSAU GRAND JURY INDICTS 2 GAMBLERS Justice Praises Work, Saying Evil Has Been Stopped. Tho Nassau county Grand Jury re turned two Indictments yesterday as a result of raids conducted on alleged gambling houses by agents of the Nas f.au County Association within the last ytar. The defendants, both of whom are indicted as common gamblers In violation of Section 070 of tlio Penal Code, ure John Shaughnessy, of I.yn brook, und Ldw Hetts, who are charge,! with having conducted a gambling house rear the Holy Arms. Roth will be ar raigned Wednesday for pleading before Justice Townsend Scudder, ot the Su premo Court On that day also the court will begin the trials of David Oldcon and William Busteede, under In dictment for keeping a gambling hodse. The raid on the Shaughnessy estab lishment was made about a tear ngo, and several women and thirty men were rrested. Among the prisoners were Wilson Mltner, the playwright, who waa fined $1,000 6"h his pica of guilty. The District AttoBJpey has records of the refreshments Worveil In the playe, and officials of tho First National Bank have been subpoenaed to show that deposits were made by Shaughnessy on some days amounting to 140.000. In discharging the Grand JuryJustlce Scudder complimented them on the work during the last year, which, he said, had resulted In the county now being free from gambling. $200,000 ALIENATION SUIT. Arnold Krakaaer Names Hotel Man and Aekg Divorce. Arnold kr&kauer. who resides at 302 Central Park West, filed two Supreme Court actions yesterday, one against his wife, Minnie Krakauer, for a divorce, the othsr demanding $200,000 damages from Horry M. Stevene, said to be In the hotel business, alleging that he alienated tho affectiona of Mrs. Kra kauer. The Krakauers have been married twenty-eight years. Despite the fact thit Stevens knew Mrs. Krakauer was married, the complaint charges, ho called on her at the Krakauer home, at lfll West Eighty-fifth" street, between October 1 l"!. and OctobeH 1. 1019. and at the plaintiff's Central Tark West residence from October 1, 1919. to date. STATE BANK STATEMENT. Summery of State banks and trust cpm ranlesJn Greater New York, not Included In Clearing House itatemtnt. (Figures fur nished by State Banking Department) : ve",tmm.?T:i77.7.1O.00O Ine..$5.740.0no 00,4 7.920.000 Inc.. 22,000 CUnory.4...b"nk 17.133.700 Deo. 61.200 Deposits with Fed. ) nTw" Yorlf."1...0' 70.340.SO0 Dee. 4,M:.700 Total deposits.... I10.3B9.100 Dee. 2,814,500 Total depos., elim inating amounta due from Res. depositaries and -from other bice, and trust coa. In j y city A w. 8 deposits 7BB.240.000 Dee. 7,031.800 RESERVE. State banks ' P- C- Cash In vault I23.977 J00 15.89 Deposits In banka trust companies 11,564,400 07.81 Totals u 135.541.700 23.10 p. c 13.85 05.47 Cash in vault 171,432.200 I vposlts In banks a trust companies 28,182.300 Xot.l tP9.814.500 19.32 Aasreaata reserve oh deposits, llU5,I6d,2O0; decrease. 1619.800. Per cent. 'of legal re serve. 20.1. FEDERAL RESERVE STATEMENT RESOritCE8. Sept. 3. IMS. Aug. 27, 1020 Cch'. and gold cer tificates ITT.tta1.MI 97,013,0W) Gold settlement fund F. It. Dnard Cold with foreign agencies 50,101 ,6M) 40,000,004 24.110.000 40.90fi.0ie, Total gold held by bank 168,028188 I02, 037.01.0 Gold with Federal Reserve agent. . . 275,070,013 275,9.'0.0'Xi O u 1 0 redemption fund 35,803.000 tS.tti.000 Total gold re- . sbi-ycs 1478,901, 131 173,til.'.,00u Leal tender notes, sliver, 4c. 124.Sll.H72 124,W0,oro Total reserves... 003,74.1,491 SM,TM.O00 Hills discounted : Heeured by Government war obllgatleAB : For members... :8"2.77.873 1553.902.000 All other: For members... Less rediscounts with other Fed. Reserve banks.. 6J2.077.873 533,092,001 1392,308,380 IS6,051,C0O tt.M0.O00 1344,888.300 M.475.5 880,051.000 100.523. ono Bills bought in open meraei.... Tola! bills on hand 11,022,321,802 1 1,020, 60, 004 V. 8. Government bonds 1,482.347 1,402.000 17.8. Victory notes 50.000 60,000 U. S. certificates of indebtedness. 75,707,000 69,401.000 Total earning as- tts 11,009.601, 2.10 $1,001,479,000 Bank premises. .. 13,943,403 13,942,000 .V,, r e d m p ti. n fund against e. R. Dank notes.. 2,122,050 Uncoil ected items and other deduc tions, 108.03S.24 AH other resources 607,638 2,194,000 I58.6on.ono SOS.iksi Total resources.. 11,878,148,072 11,853,747,000 LIABILITIES. Capital paid In... 123,362,300 125.387 ,0d0 Surplus 51.307,534 61,808.000 Government depos its 27,006,287 20,139.000 Due to members reserve account.. 719,621,007 717.885.000 Deferred availabil ity items 101.259,551 98.839.000 Other deposits, In cluding foreign gov't credits 10,171,246 20,692.000 TntAl erosa de posits 1867,008,098 1857,555,000 F. K. notes in act ual circulation.. 863,548.780 854,924,000 F. R. notee in cir culation net lia bility 86,268.000 84.789,000 All other Uabllltlee 32.611.3P3 3l.834.0iK) Total liabilities.. 11,878,148,072 1 ,855,747,000 Ratio or total re corves to deposit and F. R. note II abllltleacomblned Ratio of reserves to net deposits Sfter deducting 0 gold re serves agalnat P. It notes In cir culation Contingent liabil ity on bills pur chased for for eign correspondents IMft 38 W 38.33 36.7" 16.070,368 16,077.464 INSTBUCTI0N, COLLEGES, AC. - NEW YORK COLLEGE OF MUSIC Sj NOTE NEW AnDRESS 114-1 16 EAST 85 ST. oi It NEW Rl'lLDINO. A High School of Musk? fur earnest students; all branches taught by eminent Instructors from beginning to highest perfection. Intsructlon In to highest iwrfocilon. Inr rn "Ion la Harmony, Ac, and attendance on lectures and Concerts free to atu denta, l'lano Dept., Aug. Fraemcke, Dean; Vocal Dept., Carl Heln; Theory, Rubin Goldmark. Public School Music accepted by Board of Education. Terms Moderate. SENT) FOR CATALOGUE, PARKVIEW. Secretarial-Cultural. Boarding and Days. Enroll now. 14 West 89th St. FEDERAL RESERVE BANK' STATEMENT Reserve Ratio Declines from 43.2 to 42.5 Per Cent. ffpecial In Th Si:n ami Nr.w Tosk llrat.n. Washinutun, Sept. 4. Aggregate ii- rreaaes of $77,800,000 In discounted bills on hand, aocompanled by an Increase of 117,200,000 In not deposits nnd a further expansion of $r,1i.60(),000 of Federal Re serve note circulation nre Indicated In the Federal Heeorvo Hoard's consolidated b.mk statement tor this week, as against thofin Increases caah reserves k'iow a reduction of almost $10,000,000, with Iho consequence that tho bank's re serve ratio shows a decline for the week from 43.2 to 42.5 per cent, Holdings of paper secured by United States war obligations Increased by $18,100,000, those of other discounted paper by 159,700,000, while acceptances Umght In open market show a reduction 0 8,r,00,0i)0. Treasury certlflcatee on hand wont up by r.,'MHi,0(Hi, whllo total . .li ning assets show an Incivnso for the v.eek of $7.7.200,000. The following table shows the) condl tlOTI of the banks In the Federal Reserve eyltem at their close of business last night: RKtOtTTtoflg, Hold and gold Certificates 1103,070,000 Hold settlement fund -Federal Reserve nnsrd 4in,r.07,oon Cold iiu foreign agencies l,455,000 Total geld held by hank 087.0J2 uiX cold with Federal Reserve airents ili. Id redemption fund Total geld resaryes Legal tender notes, silver, Ac... Total reserves Mlllx discotinted, secured by Government war obligations., Hills discounted, all others. ... Hills bought In open maret... .MAHiM. J.OfiS, 128.1100 20,8IHl.OfKI 69,000 279.633.0o0 I 3,3rt4,n:iil,oon 14,885,000 I 754,047,000 j it n6 nnn hIhho.oho 8,2i;h :ioo uoo i,i32,;tn.nno 143.Ii.iIi.iksI 1,081,310.000 155,647.000 2,117,057,0110 1.332, SIC. rso 1,411,0111,000 1 . , I 1,111a nn hand V. S. Govaruiueiit bonds It. H. Victory notes V. S. certificates nt Indidit ednesa Total earning assets nan:- pretnisea Unci Heeled Items and other de ductions from gross deposits,. Five per cent, redemption fund against Federal Reserve bank liolna All other resources Total resources .........m. LIABILITIES Capital paid In ursius XZ'SmVUs i lovernment deposits 96,187 ,wuu . . .: : . V. . . . . ::. . :: .m.m.m Deferred availability items..... 058,726,000 Other deposits. Including for- M. i llin Ooveriunent credits JR'lH'aS Total gross deposits a.400,0.13,000 Federal lleservs notes In actual . ... aaa aaa clrciilallnn 8,243,270,000 Federal Reserve ltanli notes In circulation, net llnblllty S021J2,,'SII; Ml other llnbllltle. SJiVll 'nan Total llabllltlaa g,a8,30,O0O Ratio of total reserves In net deposits and Federal Reserve note liabilities cumblned, 42.6 per cent. Ratio of Bold reserves to Federal Reserve notes la circulation after set'lng aside 39 pet i snt, aiialimt net deposit liabilities, 40.0 per cent. al V. n. SentHaar Fewer to Canada. Ottawa, Ont., Sept. 4. Although the total Immigration Into Canada for the six months' period ended June 10 showed an Increase of more than seven teen thousand over the corresponding period of 1919, the number of those from the Unultcd States was 3,000 less than last year. During the first hhlf of 1610, 68 8S7 persons were admitted to the Dominion on Immigrant status, an In crease of 17.CC7 over 1919 figures. Of these 87,261 came from the British Isles, ns compared to 16,801 last year. From the United States there wero 23,184, while In the first half of 1919 there were 28,623. Other countries this year con tributed 8,418. ART SALES. ART SALES. I II la I area S m m V g4h Kh; Mnn Trunrrnw (Mnn . ahnr av iiiiihiiivii IVIIIWII VII mviiay auavi aresj "AUCTION SALE EXTRAORDINARY" Hand Painted Tapestries by William Hawkes of London, Eng., Large Gorovan Rugs Belonin- to mum mmmrn Together with the Superb Household Furnishings of the SCOTT-ROOBINS ESTATE Removed from Two Duplex Apartments 410 RIVERSIDE DRIVE. Thousands of Dollars' worth of Art Treasures and Embellishments. DARLING & COMPANY Sell Tuesday, September 7th, 2 P. M. and Continuing Days, Same Hour 242 Fifth Avenue 27th-28th Streets Gbjects de Vertu Valuable Painlinrjs, Chinese Porcelains Set of Cold Inlnid China, Cold and Ormolu Clock Seta Statues in Bronze and Marbles of Rare Value, Player i iano, Cabinet and Records Magnificent Furniture for the Drawing, Dinin;, Living Rooms, Aubusson Suites and Tapestries Abundance) of Chinese and Turkish Rugs (Large Sizee) LCI IS VAN ERINK, Auctioneer Catalogues can be obtained on premises ' ' UNRESERVED PUBLIC SALE of the HAVEMEYER ESTATE by order THOMAS SOWDEN HAVEMEYER, Executor, by the BROADWAY ART GALLERIES, Auctioneers BROADWAY AND 36TH STREET WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH and Three Follow but Ifcivs at 1 o'clock. THE SALE OF YEARS Most Extraordinary Collections of Royal Furnishings and Beautiful Treasures of Art of an Appraised Valuation of Over Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. For Public Inspection I'ntll lav of Salo with Cataloniaa. Art Dealers Attend. MR. H. VAN BRINK, Auctioneer. At the Old Galleries 15 EAST 59TH ST. (Hot. fith and Madison A vs.) EXECUTORS' SALE ESTATE OK Carolyn E. Young AND OTHERS. ANTIOUF. A MODERN FURNITURE Comprising In part handsome MaJiOKany Mining Itoora Sirtto, finely carved Walnut Ilinlns Room Suite, Miernton Reception mid Bedroom Nulles and many tnter estlnc aM ptoeee of Purnlture. also Persian and Chinese Hugs A ( arpets, ralntlngs, Engrailngs, sil vern are. Art Oblocta and other Household F.flecta. SALE DAYS WEDNESDAY, TrlUKSUAT X rrtlUAY, Sept. 8, 9 10, at 2 P. M. On View Tuesday, 9 A. M. to 8 P. M' MR. C. B. CLARKE. Auctioneer Antiques at Public Auction Thursday and Friday, Bept. 8 and 10, 88 University Place, Between 11th and nth His., A Very Choice Cellectlon Genuine Antique Furniture Rare China, Hrlc a Brae, Rrassware. Also a largo arrangement of High grade amd medium Modern Furniture tor even part ol tne home. Exhibition Wednesday After'n Arthur Kalis!(i. Auctioneer. IMPORTANT FORCED RESIDENCE HALE. NAT E1CHNER, AUCTIONEER, has Been Ina: meted to aell at publlo auction Entire Magnificent Contents of Private Rrsi nco, 70 West 89th St., Near Columbus Av., Thursday, Sept. 9, at 10:30 A.M. Dy Order of Miss Violet E. Proctor. Beautifully furnished throughout. Steinway Baby Grand Fiano, stntuary. draperies, lace curtalna, upright piano, 10 pc. dining room aulte. drawing room aulte, pain lugs, magnificent walnut bedroom suite complete, mahogany Colonial bedrormi aulte. fine bedding, braaa beda, Ac. Fine. Oriental rugs and carpeta, dressers, chiffoniers, mirrors, library aulte. Victor Vletrola reeorda, screens, desks, ih.ilrs. blnnkets, lamb's wool comforters; kitchen fully equipped. Exhibition 9 A. M. day of sale. Cash deposit required. Dealers, houaekeepera Invited. Auctioneer's office, 124 University plaoa. Telephone Btuyvesant 978. BALES AT AUCTION. BURLING, DOLE & CO., Auctioneers st S & (01 Bro.dwjv, New Yerk Friday, Sept. 10th at 11:30 o'cSt. For acc't of Urdrmrltrni or Concern 51 BALES ORIENTALRUGS&CARPETS sffout as follows: 4 Fine Kermanthali, Tsbrci, Detar, Sarouk, Ispahan and Meshed Carpets. 12 Fine Silk' Chinees Carpet'. 118 Ex. fine Small Ruga and Hill Runners. Abovo are very desirable sizes, colon and designs and will be eold without allowance or Piece by Piece. The Sun and New York Herald Leads the World, Tribune and American In Real Estate Advertising You can accurately pausre a newspaper's strength as an all 'round advertising medium by its standing as a guide to the purchase, sale and rental of Real Estate. The reason for this is that the buyers or renters of homes, farms, business properties, building sites, etc. those who use or respond to Real Estate advertise mentsare logically in the market for the thousand and one products and services that go with, or are inci dent to. the construction, furnishing, equipping and the upkeep of the domestic or business establishments they acquire, and to fill the manifold needs of the families or workers they support or employ. Men and women, for example, who read Sun and New York Herald advertisements to find homes are real prospects for the purchase of house furnishings, automobiles, clothing, food, toilet articles, candy, tobacco, ice, garden seeds and all other merchandise that enters into the family life. And so the farm buyer, the builder, the man who launches into a mercantile, manufacturing or other enterprise can be sold machinery, desks, wagons, automobiles, trucks, safes, typewriters, oil, coal, paints, hardware, and all other materials that go into the equipment and maintenance of his business under taking. And it follows, therefore, that a newspaper that is held in such high esteem by Real Estate advertisers as The Sun and New York Herald is a valuable and productive medium through which to advertise any product whatsoever that has a place in the domestic or business life ot the community at large. The strong preference given The Sun and New York Herald over the World, Tribune and American as a Real Estate advertising medium is graphically shown by the following diagram. Lines of Real Estate Advertising Printed in the Newspapers Designated During the Six Months of February to July, 1920, inclusive: r " 1 1 1 1 List all your salable properties, or exploit your shop, store or manufactured products, in The Sun and New York Herald, and rest assured that the publicity; seed you sow will be planted in rich and fertile soil. Over 200,000 Circulation Daily or Sunday !