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IHtu SUN, bUMJAx, FubKbAHY 24, 1918.
4 13 : i 500 ACRES FOR SALE New York's Bifgw PknU An locating in the Hackensacfc Meadows four railroads, two deep-channel rivers. Between Jersey City and Newark. Large supplies of skilled and unskilled labor. This Is Greater New York's biggest industrial devel opment. Vcllowlnn corporation bar located In rlw proifnilt jr to thl property: I. S. MeH Cnrp'n Ship Tarda re4eral llnmimt'i Flrvt SUpMlaV log Flaat. Heary rofifa Plant Neatmard Hy-Prodset Cab O. TJ. Edlton and ftori Amtrlcm CojrprrCo. ore alio rtetnt jmrcfeuert. The property of the Ft. Mont gomery Iron Co. is one of the choice opportunities still open. 50O acres to be sold in whole or in part. FORT MONTGOMERY IRON CO. 20 Veay Street, New York FACTORIES and Factory Sites with and without Railroad Siding). Waterfront and Dock Properties Warehouses (or all purposes 907 Ijesc: Cor. B'way P 5 20th St. GnmtTft 51. GREAT FUTURE PORT ON JAMAICA BAY Continued from Eleventh Page. rir flffirt on the horizon of the world'." tky at the time; everything was peaceful and serene. The builders or terminals were figuring only,,n the- normal In crease In the business of the port baaed rn statistics covering many years of de velopment. Tim Hush Terminal was the result of one of there eohemes; the Im provement of Jamaica Hav another, and then the Atlantic. Gulf and Pacific Com pany's commercial development nt Mill Haln at the lower end of Klathuah hvb tni and near the mouth of Jamaica Hay. Flnre tho l'nlted States Government has commandeered the Hush Terminal rrd aciordlns to report last week plans the purchase of the property, the Mill Inland terminal Is the only one on the pouth waterfront of the city of New Totk remaining for the use of the mcr- rhmt and eblpper. Kven part of this Ms been talten by the Government for rhlrbuildiiig For thin reason the development of the Mill Basin terminal will be pushed along; fa?tr than the company had contem jlated, alnce the Immediate pressure for termini 1 property Is most urgent. The development, however, will be alona; well ronMcred lines, plans which hnd been l.ii lo tii nud revised many times In the mm fw sears so that the extra Fpoed wi'l not produce haphazard work, but a i" i-fii .lie development (tillable for sew-my.five plants of the larxest chars'-, r as the area of the terminal Is 350 atrw. s-hjped like a peninsula and with a rrfater stretch of waterfront than has Manhattan Island fouth of Chambers street and the Hrooklyn Bridge. 1'nostentatlously the development of the property has been itolngr on since the Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Company pur chased the property about eight years aro from various owners and the heirs of the Hchenck famhy, whose ancestors hid owned Mill Islam! and the surround Inir country back In 1C37 and retained mu h of the land now the site of the terminal, The lamest contracting en-elc-erlns; concern In the country and Kill) virs of experience In haphor work fo- soernnientH and municipalities, the ron oauv took up the development of MM) itNnd with n view of niaklwr it the flr,-i "nnmerclnl and shipping commu nl'v nionj; the Atlantlo nenboard. 'What Hi inm.iuy has accomplished t-lnce It Ifir. ,.ver the property la nothing short C wonderful A arcat area of land, not rw above re.i level and surrounded by nvi'l hokvl channel, has been raised, t'llk' evled Mni the wntcrway3 cleared '"a df.ilh which will permit the deepest Jrauslit ships conilnp; up to bulkhead. r!e ronipany iust started Its dredge rojnn (in, pumped uj tho bottom of the ov and dumped It behind the retain er wills built nround tho Island. fiat was completed the actual Ji r.-irnejit of llm surface of the once ot a; Maud was launched for the " iiiodntlnn of concerns which a ' waterfront locations, Millions ' . N-n (.pent in thlj work and ill) or rnoro , will bo put on the .,. i pforo It will meet tho Ideas mil ; lne prfS(ent 0f tho At- iulf arcl Pacific Company, who f wide a hobby of tho Mill Basin lr.'JrKlnp !"i' t i.p pat two years the tracks ' 'irookiyn Hapld Transit Company .-in nrooKiyn Hallway Company vn hs Mill avenue and spurs the nlints of the Xatlonal IaiI n'; Williams Harvey Corporation i.w in, i ,,., (!u!f nll(, ia(.ti0 tvn. a 'iir'l A concrete hlRhwny of 1" 111 .TC Iftiir. I'W l.non hullt ,l,,n.n Jlls i cmio and exieiuleil on JCcrnble ipiKIC ,rornl lli li,,l,,u)rl..u lsi..,l 'r" h id .il?n on fi.ue and cross streets " lenath of about 5,000 feet 'inen'tf curbs and iildowalks. In ' , ' 0,1 to thl.i cinder roads have been J-' to give access to those portions or a- r-orerty not yet built up. City " -r, Ran and electricity for both light "J power have been brnusht In on all ' vtuets and to all existing plants. iwev.. attrattlve dwelllnif tinuses of r.e, ami stucco have been erected near f" nn them entranco of the property, ffe of thfse have been sold to cm "yen of the Industries at Mill Basin "rj .h t.ther.s to people appreciating ' Mblllty and attractiveness of I't-iiot, of Hrobklyn These houses " built by the company as an expert- FOR SALE New York City Deep Water Fronts CLASON POINT On East River, at mouth of Bronx River, a large tract, including full RIPARIAN RIGHTS with established pkfchead lines. allowing .1,000 foot piers. This property is free and clear and must be sold to close an Estate. ALSO ON RARITAN BAY Tottenville, Staten Island, Opp. Perth Amboy.N. J. 250 Acres with over 5000 feet of Water Front Both these properties have unsurpassed shipping facilities by rail, and boat. This offers an exceptional opportunity for investors, manufacturers, shipbuilders and owners of .large industrial plants, or for developers for the housing of labor. Two wonderful Water Front worthy of Investigation. 1 Full particulars from OGDEN & CLARKSON, Agents Tel. 1124 Vanderbilt. (Corporation) 605 FIFTH AVENUE, N. Y. 3 in 1 Barge Canal Terminal Railway Terminal Steamship Terminal FOR SALE 17 Acres Deep Water Front 900 Feet Frontage on Hudson River IN THE HEART OP THE CITY AND PORT OF YONKERS ADJOINING NEW YORK CITY LYING BETWEEN THE NEW YORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD, AND THE BULKHEAD LINE ESTABLISHED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. SUITABLE FOR BARGE OR STEAMSHIP MODERN TERMI NALS, WHARVES, COVERED DOCKS, WAREHOUSES AND STORAGE UNITS OR A SHIPBUILDING PLANT SITE. A year 'round ice-freo port for ocean-going vmuIi, and poaieMins unequalled advantages by reason of It adjacent location to Barge Canal and Railroad. TO CLOSE THE SAUNDERS ESTATE, THIS VALUABLE PROPERTY IS OFFERED IN PARCELS OR AS A WHOLE AT A REASONABLE PRICE. Apply to 00 WALL STREET REMSEN AND PARSONS ATTORNKYH FOR THE KXKCL' TORS vnoxr, ssca mNovt:ie NEW TORK By Wm. C. Redfield, Secretary of Commerce. AMERICAN manufacture -will have a vital part to play in the future of tho country. Thie part will be more Important than It ha ever been before. It will not be merely that of securing their own prosperity but of assur ing the prosperity of the country as welL In a sense that ha never been true before. Our power to Brant c reditu at home and abroad depends on maintaining our gold reserve, which is the boats for thoso credits. If that gold reserve is greatly diminished there will be leas credit available at home. We shall not be able to loek abroad a before the war for a supply of credit We moat fur nish It ourselven. I know of but four ways to protect the rwerve on which these credits depend. These are loans abroad, Investments abroad, sales abroad or services abroad. Our ability to keep a supply of credits sufficient for our domestic business depends upon these four things. The enemies against which the American manufacturer must tight In pro tecting our domestic credits by selling goods abroad are chiefly domestic. Four are of especial Importance. First, I should put the failure to apply science to Industry. Germany did this moro than any one and prospered thereby. The nee of science In Industry has greatly grown during the past three years. It must grow more. Unless we arc as competent to apply science to trade aa others we must, not expect to lead them successfully. We shall not deserve to win In tho future Industrial Held unless we apply knowledge to Industry aa well as others. A second enemy is the lack of Industrial training for workers. In German factories before the war men of science led forces of trained workers. We have made a great start in this direction through the law providing Federal aid to vocational education, of which every Stnto in the Union has now taken advantage. This act will. In my Judgment, be found to be more helpful to American industry In coming years than many things that have been more visible to the public eye. When wo have trained minds leading trained workers two great steps forward will have been taken in American Industry. A third enemy in ignorance of costs. This has prevailed to an appalling extent. It must go, and with It must go the rule of thumb and all guesswork In Industry If we aro to deserve tlio place we hope to gain and keep. We cannot compete with men who know what every process costs them if we have not like knowledge ourselves. A fourth enemy and a bad one is warte. We have thrown away for tunes In the wastes of Industry. Take, for a simple Illustration, the whaling industry. This is one of our oldest, carried on for over a century with what wo have been pleased to call grent succesp. Xow we know that most of the values of tho whole have been wasted. Kino leather Is now made from the whale's nkin, from the Intestines, tho stomach and from other parts. Several tons of good meat aro now taken from each wlialo and find regulor consump tion. These and similar things may soon cotno to bo the chief products of on Industry which for long decades' has thrown them away. If we will wa!o we must expect to want. Vuste In one or another form has been and, though greatly reduced, still remains ono of the great charac teristics of American industry and life. We have learned much and are feeding nations from what we now save, but there Is much yet to learn. There are many fine examples In our Industry of science applied to busi ness, of trained workers, of clear knowledge, of watchful saving. An indirect good from tho war has been the lessons wo have learned on these subjects. On tho extent 'to which we learn them and apply them will chiefly depend the future of American business. That future must be ono in forelpm fields, for the output of our factories Is too large for our domestic markets continuously to take It all. Nor can wo maintain our domestic credits under Uie altered conditions by sales in the domestic market alone. Let us go to the Industrial contest then as we go to the field of warrwtth trained men, led by trained leaders, knowing the Job and stripped of all waste ful encumbrances. This done. America has little to fear. The business of the country will find the Oovernment ready to go hand In hand with it In securing a fair share of the commerce of the world. 'M. '.trTftcsaai aaaaaaaaaaBBLQFlLBBBBaBa BBBBBtHaiBHBHHHsWlujiflBV All Fire-Proof One and Two Family Houses Community dwellings and hotiieb for vvorkiiiKmen in connection with shipbuilding plants, railroad men. manufacturing, plants, etc. Houses that fear no fire, well constructed, delivered on sites in section?, erected sithiu a week, making a permanent dwelling, sanitary and fire proof. Metal Shelter Co. of N. J., Inc. 50 church st., (Wiito for our catalogues.) Industrial Waterfront and Railroad Property 250 ACRES $1,250 Per Acre Will divide . . Close to Port of New York 4 miles from Times Square Will consider manufacturing plant in part exchange This property is the lowest priced navigable waterfront about New York WM. D. BLOODGOOD & CO Inc. SOLE AGENTS 542 FIFTH AVENUE New York Brokers Protected BRIDGE PLAZA Long Island City Tel. 1605 Astoria WATERFRONT and DOCK PROPERTY of the LUDLOW ESTATE, at LUDLOW (South Yonkers), on the HUDSON RIVER, one-half mile North of SEW YORK CITY. River Frontage: 2,200 feet. 5 Acre of filled-ln-land. on Crib Docks. 9 Acres of Unfilled Land. 111! 1 , Aa n further convenience for those dwelling a ro;ery store wan erected and placed in operation hy the company last October. The store Is n Colonial building of attractive tlealfrn known ns the Mill Hnsln Inn, which provides ac commodations for visitors in und em ployees at Mill Ilasln, Tho Inn contains a restaurant und Is operated hy tho comp'iny. The National Lead Works rninj leted last 5 car an addition to Its Mill Hasln plant, which will douhlo lis former nut put, and which I the third uddltlon 1 built within the pant ten years. This rornpanv wnu the nrt-t to locate nt Mill Ilasln, The latent of theso additions Is a three story reenforced concrete build l:tg with brlclt exterior f,0 hy 125 feet, with mi I, 7", hy 40 feet connecting It to tho former buildings, It Is In every teHpect a model Industrial bultdln.T, con t.ilnliiK a restaurant and Idtcheu equipped to serve "00 employees. The inlun of the outttolns product of this plant, with the new addition In opera tion, will I m aliout $7,(00,000 a year, Tho Williams Harvey Corporation pur- 1 .. n 1 t : - - - WAUR FRONT ! city or YONKcns 1 ' bw vm ri n ,4 ifc w t n 11 m I IW'll '! .rJ I'. IIMU't I'M jiMHW - VOX ,m i w lliaiwinl ('") -..l O B . - ' 1 J 4. j ft Ample I'MOC'CHPIM! SPACK. suitable far VrAltr.HOl'KKS or for MAM' ril'Tl!HIll PLANTS. Ini", i.rm I.KAHP.t sill he made, villi HKM'.WAI. PHI VII.KMKS. Lome term i.eahk win ne mane, nun sr..M.vt ai. rni ii.kukk. Adequate SPUR TRACKS and 8IUINRH from the I.MII'.STRI AI, TRACK of the N. V. CENTRAL RAILROAD, fonnectlur with tbe MAINLINE. aalll fan n I ft stft far at I ACCESS hy will paled StrrrU, to YONKERS, MT. VERNON. NEW RO. CHELI.E. the RIJROIKIII er I lie BRONX, and NEW YORK CITY. Trarka or the Nenr York Central Railroad (Main Line) are rroisrd by an OVERHEAD CROSHINU. un a &'c tirade. For Particular, apply to JAMES B. LUDLOW, 45 Crdar Slrrtt. New York City (Ttltpherx: 5421 Jclin) or to JAMES MORRISON, Agent of, I he Ludlow Estate, No. 2 Sunnriide Drive (near Ludlow Station of N. Y. C. R. R.), Ludlow. Yonkeri.N. Y. (Ttltphont: 2166 Yenhts) FACTORY SITES Fire Miles from New York City Hall On Deep Water with Railroad Facilities Property located nidway between Newark and Jersey City, N. J., fronting on the Passaic and Hackeniaclc Rivera, in the heart of the World's Greatest Labor Market Croiaed by FOUR RAILROADS and their branches, sidings from which can be obtained: Pennsylvania R. R. Central R. R. of N. J. Del. Lack. & West R. R. Erie Railroad Newark Bay and Passaic River Channels ap to the Property 20 Feet at Low Tide The following concerns have recently bought loca tions in the property and buildings are now m course of construction: UNITED STATES STEEL CORP. FORD MOTOR COMPANY Automobilea THOMAS A. EDISON CO., Inc. NILES-BEMENT-POND CO. H. KOPPERS COMPANY By-Product Coke Ovens MARTIN DENNIS COMPANY Chemicals EGYPTIAN LACQUER MFG. CO. Lacquer NORTH AMERICAN COPPER CO. Metal Goods WHITE TAR COMPANY Napthallne JAMES H. RHODES & CO, Felts 31 Nassau St., N. Y. City Phone 744 Cort. ihaucd a Mln of about right acres n.ulyia plant for the smelting of tin. The lust year and commenced the erection ol first unit of thin plant hi now being com- Hedden-Pearson-Starrett Corporation 115 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY SERVICES Tali Corporation ni 1 net n I'onvilt Ins f:nslneer, .'nntrHetori fm Un flneerlns AVors, Contractor for Opera tion, rurchaaliifc Acuta and Hepresen tntlve. at I-rHirn i.'orijnrutlonii. in th tollowlna; Iniustrlfs; steam and K!ec Irlo Railway!, Tramways, Hlflmar. llrldiM. Canala. Hrdm-Klectrlc Poner riantu, fUeam Power l'!nt... Submarine Dredslns and Rook' Work, ehlpbulldlna. Mlnlnc. Dorke and Water Front im provement!, Bullslna- Construction, Sawerate and Dl.neial WorRf. Ms- chlnery and Mechanical Rqulpmanta, I Chemical Work. Rleetrlcal Equipment, Water Works, street Lllitin, Tele j phono Fystema, etc.- TERRITORY In tli Unit"! ."titu, Terrltorl and insular 1'oascMlori", and all Torelffn ' t'ountrls, I OW.snitP, ENGINEERS and ARCHI- TTCCTS aro reapectfully raueated by I tliH Corporation to aubmlt their enter 1 prise to It. All eommunleatlona will reeelvo prompt attentlan and atrlctest confidence Whatever form of aervlco you mny destrs will b rendered with n flew of maintaining the htshaat tUnlards of efficiency aa rapraacntad by JuMty, fpeed and Economy. REFERENCES The fnllnwlna la a seleeted llt of enalnerrlna work and bulldlni renal nir I Ion with which the personnel of till Corporation hT been Identified n prtnrlpalsi Metropolltnn !,!fe, New York, N. V. t'ear-, Itocbui . Co., Clilr.iarn, 111. Klectrtcal I'evelopinent I'owr llous., Toronto, Catmdui NlnirBra I'n'.ls, V V. P.io d Janeiro Tramwaya . I.lirnt llnr'dnna Triii-tloii & I.lfht A I'on-fr Plum, Harielonn. hpalti Wf'l Hnd Street Hallway fijstem. Ho.. to'i, Mne.. Dominion Coul Co. Plant, Norn Pcotla, anntin, I'o'.vr 1'I.nit, tlio ,le Janeiro, llr.isll. I ,'"I'i''"(' Iullro'lJ 'x"0". Vt'iiahlnston ?!.f.,ll.',Vu7;.or,'i; N V ' Wen-imKer n nl.l.ner New York, X. T llolsl lafl, . sew Haver ( onn , and Philadelphia, Sun Antonio I.ind Anlonto, Tft .c irrination, Fan ' sno Paul'; Tramway Mijht & l'oer Ma.ljo Nertk.eat.rn H. It . El Pasa. Nr'w'nSslJnd Um "ikai-lant Kvreii .. . .,. ... ... M.iaa Meiropo.itan .street lla.lway, yrk, Wnrthlnnten Pump Worka. llarrl.on. N' .1 nion ii Canada N. V rrudeutlal Life. Newnrli, S' ,1 t'nlxn It It Wtatlnn. c.itirnliue, o. Oakland National fla-k. O.iklanl, Cat. t'nlon llnnk of Canada, "Witin'lpei, i Mrrhant Itefrliterator Co, Jet rev ril, N J ' Correspondence ii invited from Sub-Contractora and Manufacturera In order that they may he listed at once in the estimating and purchasing files Hedden-Pearson-Starrett Corporation Fior actory r RENT 1 200,000 Sq. Feet Isolated Section Tteasonahte Terms Immediate Poisssslcaa. . WATER FRONT AND RAILROAD PROPERTY with full riparian rlehtst dock built; ready to build on. Easy of accoss. WAREHOUSE ON R.R. SIDING Suitable for storing; very heavy material. Centrnl location. . TKI.KPHONK MARKET MM. Industrial Properties In Long Island City : Land Available for Homes fir Industrial Workers HENRY DUCHARDT 7 East 42d Street New York City New Jersey Factory Opportunltlea 200,000 equari feet; two flnora; atel and concrete constructlnn: railroad aiding; flooded with day lljht; rent or sell at unusual price, t 65.001 equir fet; steel con-1 etruted Imlldlna at freight and pie.Muier stations, lariro power plant, will rnt or sll nt barsaln itrlr,1 linmidit jselon. f. Ht'lI.H l'ACTORir.S TO HCTT r.wAin.K nr. ah ken p. . Feist & Feist Factory Specialiita j ;3 llroad M. NeiTiirk, N. .1.1 : f-. ' ii . . Unusually Attractive- LIGHT STORE AND 1st LOFT AlWt'T l?.0OO SOI'AKF. FF.F.T hith a.ooo hy. n. i.n nt4i:.MKNT. 140-142 6th Ave., NU4II 1ITH 8THKKT. A Modern up to date Building. Passenger and Freinht Elevators, 100r,' Sprinkler System, Lowest Inaurance Rates, Fire Laws all fully complied with. Rent Very Low THOMAS J. O'REILLY tioKiitoun Oftli-e. .11 Chamber St, BARGE BUILDING SITE, Ileal Isrntlon New York llartwr 31 Acre., I..VH1 Keet I ronlnaei IS feet ileplli of ater at low tlda, Siibsiantlal New llulkliend. !,)!:i Itr.Al.TY f'OKt'ORTIOV Tel.'.m;-, ( (ilimiliii.,1'30 tlniiulwajt.N.T. Water Front NEWTOWN CREEK One larmt Murk with n.ill con neillnna. I'ree HahteraGe. EAST RIVER, Mrnhattan Island lllork trout, parlt.ith Improtert, iillli brtrk building unit bulk head. KILL VON KULL Tract ot about in aerea an .in. foot channel, adlolntng trart of 14 arrt In rear. Rail ronneftlsn. iree iicuieraso limits, Properties Acreage properties on deep water One inn I nt about luo nrrest Hall rnnnrrtlnii. Oier 300 ft, nt trnntilge One tiait of about p5 acre with ',','1110 ft. of frontage. Will Irnse both of the shore prop rillea to rraponalble parties, BOSTON HARBOR liolre property of atMiit !H acres with l.fkiii ft, nf frontage. Hall i finiirciioii. FLOYD S. CORBIN, Specialist Water Fronts, Factories and Factory Sites HI WAIX HTHKKT. N. T. Tni HKi:TOR i)p. pictcil and ixuisistn of n one story build- ' inir. 124 feet wide mid 2.14 feet long;, The building; la the 1rtt of three units. 1 'I he product of thlwfliet plant, when In' full operation, nil! have a market value of approximately $20,000,000 jx-r nnnuni. The Oulf Helming Company located its dlstrlbutlnj station for Ilrooklyn at MUl H.iidn about two yearn nfto, Tim traso. Icn.i ami oil which urn ll principal prod, nets are brought to the plant In tnnli Kleanters, from which the oil la pumped Into Heel tnnlis on tho property for ells, trlhutlnn by motor truck an required, Imntedlntely south of these plants are ths repair shops and ttlilpyard ot the ill l.r.l I IIIC HlM-Nri-i ri.ltl0Mi I'liUM II, iii.iaiiiilieut suit-, c eftlces, 15 mi-i .1.- In t " 110 v f"h noitoi'r,ii OK IIROOKIAN roit si.B Bl rl K '.un im.'i. :oo inli pny-K-nt. t'alan 110 inciihly 1i: and 1 M'l ' 'Mil S' . K 'am brkk, I t rooms ml 2 li'h, parii''t tloors, new. HI p, r " 'r ren"-1 it 1 3 1 'i it off "inn -i -tiitl"'. Wfl I'hi I'tHln-h Hroiijl, Mi i,'-" Cum ing t. ii llriadnai and 4J1S. io nnr lio it.". "0 in 1 ?i ' 1 1 itoiuntr iiKr.uts. Ptinnp 0 1 K0 Mi'n H- ttrin',n St C,.; tA lli'lt" eni" ! fnmllv hi. I.e. II r" -n in.! '.' l.-.tlie. 111.10, t ,"ri I'JiOi. tin inoiiih)' Xr sub ut 1 slat "C Mro.id'Miv s;ii',iv tifv running ta pruii. ih. noHHitr w iiri.i.As. 'b" to Ma il I.' Ile'nsn!t tA& It n Item f.M i'ah Mjl j . M. nf pi.vi $41 to riv.r t"T p ''ii and In'er llj" Met '. 1 . - tr . finii,,l hoiiw 'iOx (?il00, M ti 1 tf an I ' b.tins hHiiiii liet. Unit paa r th" io 10 iionKiiT 'in:r,uNf tir '('" NL Ui I..' Ilfmpyn tH. X1KAI. K8TATK F(K HALK )L'EICn'. f oFesT Bills GarSeitT "A Forwnrd llnvfinnt In Pnt.irl an i.VMlnnup it II Minutes frnm I'rnn Statlin Hnior. ami Villi I'tots for "ale. SAGL FOUNDATION HOMES CO. 4 V. Hill St.. nr I'orrst llllli, I. L Hull I for UmiklM K FINE COLONIAL HOUSE IJ r HMtn an 1 Oi lrcn r'un(1, (tiiFh r4 un t h fn'ti ' if ttn1 Till Avi r v un ( r l'i prl lftfi ii. at '.rh b 1 li I iinrlinr iki . x m r , k a 1 i' ruriii.N- ri(N' Ml W 34th . N V 1 I'linin 4' t;r."v . -. sisn THir.si:w ntjtf;s at" Hew Garden 15 minutes from Hi-rald fa Allnntlr, (Iulf ami I'nrino C'nmpanv, the hiailipi'i'tcri for f 1,000.000 worth of r.n.itins cfjuli tne'.t nf all l;lnd. Ill I.IIIMIT 'I'll SPKKI.V iit i:i:M Murray llullvrt Cntninlrhloner of linrlii .ml l'l.tn-a nf Si ' York rll, will aildriKi tnc l"iamhfr nf t' uiiiiiercn of t'ic lloriiiiRh of tJuiciiM nt Uh inccllni; on Thurnlaj iiflernoon, IVIiniary l!8, on "The Value of Quern Horouch M J0u Mllea of Waterfront its an Aid to the United Statea In the War "