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LAWS GUARDING CITY Gen. Menoher Enlisted by La i} Guardia in Temporary Ordinances. r. S. CODE IS FORESEEN Altitude of 2,(TOO Feet and Licenses for Pilots Are , Among Safeguards. A request that Gen. Charles T. Meno- ' her, chief of Air Service, cooperate In ! framing a temporary ordinance regulat- j !ng flying over New York city was made j yesterday by F. H. La Guardia. President of the Board of Aldermen. Mr. La Guardia, who has decided that mars must be restrained from low cr j dangerous flying of any sort over the i five boroughs, requested Gen. Menoher In a letter to detail experienced offl- j cers of the Air Service to cooperate ! with him In determining the altitude : limitations and nature of flying over the | city. He suggested that Col. Hlckam or Major A. R. Christie, commandant at Mltchel Field. Mlncola, be requested to furnish Information concerning fly- j lag conditions. "You understand, of course, that mv purpose in enacting the city ordinance Is merely to serve as a gap between this time and the time when wo shall have the much needed national aviation regulations," Mr. La Guardla said in his letter. "Also, I shall endeavor to have the city of New York go upon record as urging the speeds enactment of such national laws." Favor* National Code. I This announcement by President La Guardla that he, too, favored a national oode rather than a conflicting mass of local ordinances was a matter of much gratification to aeronautical men, who had feared that the city might Intend to pass a permanent law which would not be uniform with the regulations of other cities and countries. Representatives of the Afcro Club of America, the Wright Aeronautical Com- j pany, the Loenlng Engineering Com- j pany, the Curtlss Aeroplane and Motor j Company, the National Aircraft Un- | derwriters Association and the Manu- j facturers Aircraft Association had r.l- ! ready pointed out In The New York Herald the value of a national code which would conform to European regulations as well. Major Christie said yesterday that In I bis oDinlori a minimum altitude of 2,000 | feet over the city would be sufficient to safeguard the people from possible aerial dangers. This height, he pointed out, would permit a flier to glide more than two miles if his motor should stop, a distance sufficient to reach the Hudson, East or Harlem Kiver, the Sound or some other location where a landing would be possible without danger to those on the ground. Stunt flying, he said, was not dangerous at high altitudes. To Iiierime Pilots. "The big thing needed in aviation to make both those in the air and those on ,? the ground safe is the licensing of pilots not in the army, navy or some other disciplined organization," he said. "A man should be required to prove ids nbillty to fly a plane under all conditions before he is permitted to carry passengers, fly over the city or perform acrobatics. Too many novices feet like taking a cil*nce and foolishly endanger their own lives and those of others. Only a Federal regulation will prevent this, however. Planes, too, should be Government licensed and inspected. Big numbers on fuselage or wings to identify the machine should be required." Clarence Coombs, test pilot of the Ordnance Engineering Company and one of the most experienced pilots in this country, also expressed the opinion that 2,000 feet would be a good level. He pointed out that clouds often form over the city at altitudes greater than this, so It would work a hardship and even danger to pilots to require them to fly much higher. FIND LABOR IN PLENTY. WU? All vrrtlve.t Over whelmed by Applicants. Philadelphia, Dec. 16.?A contracting firm advertised lor twenty-five men to-day and such a large crowd responded that a detail of police had to be summoned to maintain order. Applicants for work were asked to call at 7:30 A. M.. but they began to gather at 4 o'clock. Those chosen were sent to Lakehurst, N. J., where a hangar for the navy is being constructed. f Business Troubles < J PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY. The following petitions In bankruptcy were tiled Thursday In the United States District Court: Involuntary petition against Samuel Horen"teln. trading as the Leading Middy lilouso Company, manufacturers of blouses, 110 Spring street, In behalf of three creditors. Liabilities are given as $2.1,000 and assets an 110,000. The petitioning creditors and amounts claimed are: A. L. Clark & Co.. Inc., . $0; Sara Meyers, $000, and Beryl Ingram. [ $1,800. Zalkl A Cohen are attorneys for the petitioners. Voluntary petition by John J. Kuh, manager of piano store, 2330 University avenue, j The Bronx, who places his liabilities at $1,049, all unsecured claims, and assets at j $1,030, all claimed to be exempt. Davli^ F. j Harnett is attorney for the bankrupt. Involuntary petition against Jongs Rosenstock. trading as the Metropolis Waist Manufacturing Company, 31 Union Square, in ! behalf of three creditors. Liabilities and as- 1 ? sets not given. The petitioning creditors and 1 amounts claimed arc: Rubin Rose iblatt, I $488; Jack Kanarek, $161, and Fred Friedman, $600. Campbell, Flaherty, Turner A Strouse are attorneys for the petitioners. Involuntary petition against the Trueangel Watch Company, watches and Jewelry. 150 West Thirty-fourth street, in behalf of three creditors. Liabilities are given as $40,000 and assets as $23,000. Petitioning creditors and amounts claimed nre: Igiuls Manhcim-r A Bros., Inc., $152; Joseph Gottlieb, (103, and Rivera Pearl Company, $312. Zalkln A Cohen are attorneys for the petitioners. Involuntary petition against Jusno s. Friedman, also known as Joseph H. Friedman, silk and woollen dry goods, 38U F.ast Fnrdham toad. In behalf of three creditors. Liabilities are given as $30,000 and aseets as $13,000. Petitioning creditors and amounta claimed ars: Jacob Larner, $150 and William IJffhtur tllVO Involuntary petition against Charles J. Hlrsch A Co., Inc., manufacturers of dresses, .12 East Thirty-first street, on behalf of three creditors. Liabilities and assets not given. The petitioning creditors and amounts claimed are; Helen Solomon, >177; Jack Kanarek, (350, and Centadrlnk Kilters Company, Inc., Ilk. Campbell, Flaherty, Turner A Strouse aro attorneys for the petitioners. Involuntary petition aaolnst Leon Jaffons, automobile tires, Ac., 252 West Klfty-flfth street. In behalf of three creditors. Liabilities and assets not. given. Petitioning creditors and amount*' claimed arc: Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, $2,116, and M. J. Cahn, $8. Edward U. Levy Is attorney for the petitioners. Involuntary peti'lon against Jeno B. Friedman, retail dry goods, 389 Eaet Fordham road. In behalf of three creditors L7a bllttlos and assets not given. The petitioning creditors and amounts claimed are: Interstate Sweater Mills, $.122. Laser A Packs. Inc., $118, and Peerless Drapery Corporation, S676. Edward B. Levy Is attorney for the petitioners. A voluntary petition by the Principle Waist Company, Inc., manufacturer of waists, 288 Fifth avenue, which places Its liabilities at $48,945, of which $21,725 are secured claims and (33,160 unsecured claims: and assets at $82,368, of which $17,183 Is stock In trade, (6.410 debts due on open accounts, $2 *10 machinery, tools, Ac., and (3,743 other per* konal property. Franklin Taylor la attorney for the Bankrupt. Involuntary petition against Lawrence J. Lapidus, piece goods, tIG-t Broadway, In behalf of three creditors. Liabilities and assets not given. The petitioning creditors and amounts claimed are: Morris Klein, *176: Mollis E Phillips. *1.700, and Krasnow A Welser, *300. Alexander Bernardlk Is attorney for the petitioners. SK HEDULE8 IN BANKRUPTCY. The following schcduloe In bankruptcy were filed In the United States District Court: Schedules of Louis Senle and 8. Charles Lavtn, trading a* the United Trimming Company, notions and trimmings, 18 West Thirty-ninth street, show Uabllltlen of $230.438, of which $128,313 are,unsecured claims, $0,101 secured claims and $100,04^ accommodation paper, and assets In trade $28,030, debts due on open accounts and $4,830 machinery. tools, Ac. Julius Miller Is attorney for the bankrupts. Schedules of the National Snap fastener Corporation, against which a petition was filed on October 22, 102O, show liabilities of $11,708, of which $11,743 arc unsecured claims and assets of $1,008, of which $1,039 represent debts due on open accounts and $808 machinery, tools, Ac. Jacob Graff Is attorney for the bankrupt. RECEIVERS IN BANKRUPTCY. The following receivers were appointed Thursday In the United States District Court: Judge John C. Knox uppolnted Morris Frank temporary receiver for Vincent Paporo, wholesale and retail grocer, 430 Second avenue, with a bond of $300. Judge Knox appointed Reginald P. Boyd temporary receiver for Samuel llorensteln. trading us The Leading Middy Blouse Company, HO Spring street, with a bond of $7,300. RECEIVERS IN EQUITY. Judge John C. Knox In the United States District Court Thursday appointed Samuel D. Leldesdorf and Rudolph Schrelber receivers In equity for Rudolph Schrelber, manufacturer of knit (roods. 1140 Broadway, with a Joint bond of $25,000. The complainant In the suit is the Dunham Mills, Inc., which claims 111,000. The petition for receiver states that the defendant Is solvent with a large stock of goods, bills and accounts receivable to the value of approximately $000,000, but Is short of funds to meet Immediate needs; that certain creditors are pressing for payment and loss Is likely to result unless the business Is taken over by a receiver. Emanuel Van Deonoot Is attorney for the plaintiff. ASSIGNMENTS. Trueangel tVateh Company, Inc., dealing In watches at 150 West Thirty-fourth street, lid West Thirty-fourth street, Manhattan, and 411 Flatbush avenue Extension, Brooklyn, Thursday assigned for the benefit of creditors to Herbert A. Wolff. The company was Incorporated In 1010. Benjamin Walker Is treasurer of the company. Jonas Rosenstock. trading as Metropolis Waist Manufacturing Company at 31 Union Square, this city, and 01 Broad street, Elizabeth, N. J., has assigned for the benefit of creditors to Morris Israel. Samuel Horensteln, trading an The Leading Middy Blouse Company at lit) Spring street, has assigned for the benefit of creditors to Joseph Melcer of 1482 Broadway. Lawrence J. Lapldus, dealer In piece goods at 604 Broadway, has assigned for the benefit of creditors to Samuel G. Dubersteln of 63 Park row. JUDGMENTS HI.ED. MANHATTAN. The following Judgments were filed yesterday. the first name being that of the debtor: ANDERSON. Frederick W.-H. T. Alexander A Co $562.74 ALLEN. Mary M.?L. 1'. llollender Co 827.20 A VERNE RESTAURANT CO., INC. ?J. Kelscr at al. . 136.14 llAUHANELL PRESS CO.. INC.?H. Lleht 1,383.62 BINNICK. Samuel?C. S. Weiss 177.14 BARTMER. Paul?P. J. Durham Co.. Inc 244.5", BROWN, Mary?J. M. Gldding A Co. 252.59 BLUMENTHAL, Arthur J.?C. H.? Pepper. Inc 835.47 BELZER, Robert G.?Faultless Fur Mfg. Co.. In<- 2,591.37 CHURCH LITERATURE PRESS, INC.?C. M. Almy 608.60 CALLAHAN. Eugene W.?O. Patterson 623.91 COMPOSITE METAL LATH CO.? Tuthlll Ad Agency, Inc 163.6; COHEN, Fannie?S. Gershman 224.00 COSTA. Jost, and Giuseppe Spinelll ?People, Ac 600.00 COHEN. Benjamin?Standard Knitting Co., Inc 4,443.30 DAVIS COAL CO.?T. Stevens 2,035.90 DAVIS. Philip ? Slate Industrial Comm. .? 1,056.52 DE LA ROSA, Resale-?Butler Ilros. 2,038.49 EDENItERC., Joseph, adm.?C. Moglla ; costs 122.54 EMHECIM. Mary?Joseph Stern A Sons, Inc 147.78 ENGEL, Fred L.?K. M. Jamgothclan 294.28 EDWARDS. jonn H.-w. Li< oarainer i 484.54 FTNKEL8TEIN. Sam?H. Wolfson.. 358.87 FLACK, Harry D.?Pro Catclnn. Inc 131.72 GIBSON, Andrew?8. Murray 1,500.00 GOLCHRIST, M. Robert? American Exchange National Hank 25,957.81 GUTTERM AN, Max. and Isldor Tabnlk (Wear Well Waist Co.)? N. Rashklnd et al 1,018.24 IMPORTERS & EXPORTERS INS. CO. of N. V.?R. Gulden 2,100.-.', KELLOUGH, John?People, Ac 500.00 KOTT.F.R. Max?A. M. Klrschnrr... 798.70 KENNELLY, William, Jr.?C. lllbaon 363.53 KAUFMAN.. Paul F? Park A Tilford 387.03 KALKEK. Bernard?U. P. Mortgage A Truit Co 237.70 KUPFFRMAN. Max?I. Elnhorn... 303.02 KAHANE, EmlV?N. Y. Independent Meat Corp 293.60 KO-KO REMEDIES. Inc.?E. A. Qulntella 2,037.72 KOWAL8KY, Ren ? Continental Guaranty Corp 889.46 I.EK. Frankltn N.?13. K. Ralph.. 114.11 MeFARLANE, Elizabeth ? Peggy Hoyt. Inc 400.20 M ROSENBERG CO.?Printers' Metal Service 504.40 METROWITZ. Philip?W. Rrlndley. 230.00 MIDDLETON. Wm. T.?Oilman, Collairnre A Co.. Inc 146.90 MEISLJN. O ear?H T. Goldsmith. 770.70 NAT AUTO PRODUCTS CO.?Penn Braes A Bronze Works 461.56 PARK. Barron A Lester? M. S. Wallnc.li 1,039.38 PAYNE. John R., director general?Royal Card A Paper Co... 1.0J4.63 PAI.EZZA, Domenlclc?L. Di Gen 540.42 PACKER. Ida?News Syndicate Co., Inc 543.0" PORTUGAL. Leo?C A E. Chapel Frerea A Olo, Inc.... zoo.tv' ROSENBERG. Nathaniel J.?Boat (r Co 172.S0 8J-OA.N. .larnoa T?110 West 39th St. Holding Co.. Inc 830.94 BTK1NER, Samuel?J. Auerbach et .il 21001 SCOTT. Clara, and Frank Ellenlo ?People. Ac 100.00 8PEYER8. .Tame* B., and KntherTno V. V. Ppeyera?A. Stoneletrh 2.828.73 SHERIDAN, Walter F.?F. C. Hrhwenfiirth 1,272.70 STE8M POCKET CORP.?E Safer 347.0" PTENDEER. Perrlvnl J.-Edouard. 883.70 STROKE, Samuel O. nnd Michael Oondmnr?H. M. Hulbahman. roata 132.80 SCHWARTZ. Arnold L. (Hudson Button Co.1?Marx A Rawolle, Inr 728.23 SMITH A TERRY, Inr.?F. p. Pole. C.986.30 T. MAY & CO., Inc.?Smith A Weeale Co., Inc 181.10 3810 BROADWAY RESTAURANT Co.. Inc.. I.eopold Porel. Roae Rltter and Samuel Rltter?Wm. Slnkowltz. Inc -. 84(107 TERRY. Raymond M ? People, Ac.. 1,000 00 VAN ROOD, Plmon?.T. Fried 1,212.774 W. R. EEETOTT A RONS. Inc.?K. O. Welding A Cutting Co., Inc.... 380.10 BRONX. RERI.1N, Julia?J. Randier; Nov. 8, 1020 (vacated! 1193 38 POELAT8CHECK. .Taquee?O. J. Stephen*, Inc.; April 11, 1014.... 88.42 8ZABO, John?M. Stlmer A Co.; Nov. 30. 1020 191.18 SATISFIED JI IRiMENTS. MANHATTAN. TTie flrrt name la that of the debtor; the accond (hat of the creditor, nnd dato when Judgment was filed: ^ RIEEY, Margaret?A. F Cochran; Auguat 20, 1012 $248.28 SAME?Same; Nov. 12. 1012 238.14 FERM ANIPE8, Arlatotle-Crandall A Oodloy Co.; Dec. 14. 1011 238.83 ETINBERO. Harry?H. Knobler et al.t Nov. 22. 1920 320.01 H A I. I, E N B A C K, William?J. Brouther: May 28, 1920 283.90 BRONX. The flrat nnmo la that of the debtor: BYRNE. Helena I..?J. K. Byrne et .1 $103.00 nriKNNKn, M.?C. H. Tlrown Taint Co 2011.52 CASTER. Gabriel O.?N. V. Telaphono Co....... 25.34 OPAND CONCOURSE RBAliTT CO., INC'.?-Hot) (1 A MnrUtaaa Ouir>nti? Co 913.00 INTRATKR. Emanuel, ami Louie? N. y. Telephone Co 23.10 JOSEFH, Solomon J.?O. Field 115.40 SAME -Same 224 10 LYNCH. Pn-ilel E.?H. Itlblrr 4<W 72 MTHCHtTT/,. Samuel?.1 Itendlk.. 8B5.3II MEIROWITZ, Thlllp?W. Tlrlndley. ?.'4>.00 NEI SON. W.. clem 3. BclvweHerman, George Knell and Nelaon Tool Co.?W. O Stoker 183.00 NF.AllY. Alicia?O A. i'urchaee... 643.90 SAME-C. K. OkllHe 03 0O SAME?F. It. Wllron 68.PO SAME-P. A. J'urehaao 68.00 TOLI.AK, Itenjamln?E. H. Sagre ct al x 180.55 Ql'IltK, .lotin H.?ft. V. Schoonmaker I 122.05 9. A T. MKO. CO., INC.?Hauaer Akencjr. . 1,779.69 SCHt.EIN. Charles A Max?A. | (ioldenbert 489.73 i THE N1 16 STORY BUILDING \ ON 4TH AYE; RESOLD Structure at Northwest Corner of 28th Street Is Taken Over by Operator. The sixteen story fireproof business ' building with stores at 404 to 412 Fourth j , avenue, northwest corner of Twenty- ; eighth street, lias been resold by the 404 Fourth Avenue Corporation, formed recently at Albany with a capital of $135,- | 000, to Joseph Shenk. The structure i stands on a plot fronting 04.1 feet on 1 the avenue and 78 feet on the street. It 1 i i shows an annual rental of about $160,j 000. Mr. Shenk acquired tho'property ! at a price close to $1,250,000. I. Rels A 1 Co. and H. Felnberg were the brokers. Aruniuu lluyu on Canal Street. ! Win, H. Whltln? & Co., with Homer ' I Foot, Jr., have sold for the Dubois esj tate, represented by Daly, Hoyt & Mason, j attorneys, to Harry Aronson, the oper- ! ; ator, the two six story buildings at 204 i and 266 Canal street and the abutting : ' parcel in the rear known as 84 Walker street. The Canal street property has a frontage of 49.7 and a depth of 96.6. I I The Walker street plot is 24.1x93.10. i ' j The purchaser was represented by Lurle 1 & Feinberg. The property will probably 1 be altered on April 1 next, when present leases expire. Sew Restaurant (or llroaiiway. Robert J. Coverdale leased for M. M. j Hay ward, agents, the front basement In the Broadway Central Building, at the ! northeast corner of Fl/ty-flrst street and Broadway, to a restaurant concern. Hurlrin Florist Leases Flat. Mary A. Kocher leased for John N. i Gardner to the Ma3saa Floral Company the five story apartment with stores at I the northeast corner of Lenox avenue : and 126th Btreet, 33.10x75, for twenty- i one years at an annual net rental of $10,500. * ! >'ew Theatre for lllils^nml. The Glenwood Theatre Company has purchased through Leonard Davidson & ! Co., Inc., the vacant plot, 100x132.6. at j Myrtle avenue and Decatur street.. I Brooklyn, as a site for a theatre to seat! 2,000 persons. The second story will be 1 arranged for offices. Construction will begin In January, 1921. In the DTvelllng Market. James L. Van Sant sold to IC A. Ga'- [ g?-an 452 West 145th street, a three j story dwelling. 16x100. Sidney L. Warsawer sold for the Sine- j vai Realties Corporation 319 West 115th j street, a three story dwelling. 16. Sx 100.11. This sale marks the ninth house in this row sold 'by the same broker. Other bruin In Mnnhnttnn. M. & L. Hess, Inc., sold for the Three ' West Sixteenth Street Corporation the four story building, 33.4x92 at 3 West j Sixteenth street, to the International | Ladies Garment Workers Union for executive offices. Wooley, Watkins & Jordan, Inc., so'd j for the Keewls Realty Company the | one and a half story brick stable, 50x iu-v, on me noriii siue o i west Jdou street, 125 feet west of Broadway. The buyer will alter extensively. Elizabeth A. Bend sold to Marlon L. Stevens the six story building at 23 West Twenty-sixth street, 18.9x100, near Fifth avenue. Thomas Ford sold to tho Hudson 1*. Rose Company for James B. Hartzell the four story tenements at 430 to 436 Pleasant avenue, each 18x74. Denis llevenled In Transfers 1 The Congregation House of learning, ' Remnant of Israel, Inc., bought from : Charles M. Wlmpfheimer the three story : building at 120 Columbia street, ; 21.8x75.4, near Stanton street. Barnes Realty Company sold to the i Mickey Contracting Company 248 and ; 250 West Sixty-first street, a one story ' ; building and a vacant lot, tho two meas- 1 urlng 50x100. G. Joseph & Co sold to Mabel Roscnbattm the two and a half story building at 22 East Second street, 18.2x68.5. Lucius Beebe & Sons bought the four story garage at 215 and 217 Lexington avenue, southeast corner of Thirtythird street, 50.9x95. The vacant plot, 100x100, at the southwest corner of Amsterdam avenue and 1 189th street has been purchased by the city for $36,000. The sellers were Bay! ard Tuckerman and another as trustees. Harris & Maurice Mandelbaum resold to Joseph A. Grulen the three story dwelling at 344 East Eighty-fourth I street, 20x102.2. Catharine Loughran sold to Jane Grlf- ; On the three story dwelling at 25 East 130th street, 16x100. John E. Berwind sold to Georgia 5. Whitman his former residence, a three story dwelling at 102 East Thirty-ninth I street, adjoining Park avenue, 21x98.9. ' Last June Mr. Berwind bought the home j | of the late George W. Perkins at 76 Park I avenue for $150,000. BRONX. TllA.HAi/iiu.is. The S. L. Aronds Company gold for j Julia Plass and Clara Cohen two four j story (lata at 2073 and. 2075 Mapea i avenue. Emll Stein sold to Julius iituzln the ' six story apartment at 673 and 673 Morris avenue, northwest corner ml 153d street, 50x100. Charles Sclilmek sold to Louis Schumer the two story house at 630 Coster street, 20x100. Ruth A. Stevens sold to Louis Waldman the two story dwelling at 627 Trinity avenue, 17.8x82.1. John C. Schull sold to John H. Colwcll the two story dwelling at 214 East 179th street. 17.6x78.11. RROOKLYN-Ql'EENS REPORTS. Bulklcy A Horton Company gold 2220 Pitkin avenue, Brooklyn, a one story and store building, 20x100, for Matilda Behre. ' Mrs. -Dowd sold the two story house at 183 Jewel street," Forest Hills, Queens, 87.6x100, for J. W. Beck to Lillian Wal- i ler Buschmnn. Herman Frankfort sold In Far Rockaway, Queens, for Jay A Chandler s plot of about two acres at the Junction of Bayswater and Mott avenue*. STtTKX ISLAND MARKET. M. James Hughes sold for M*y T. Zaek her residence on Clove Uoad, Port Richmond, to Peter Fischer. Cornelius Q. Kolff leased for M. r>. Hunton the old Rohde-.Schmldt farm on Rockland avenue, EKbortvlllo, S. I., to John Welssenberger, FORM NEW REALTY FIRM. Bumtoyne Hamilton, formerly man?g?r of the country department of Douglas L Klllmnn A Co., and Adrian Iselln 2d. formerly Long Inland representative In the country department of Douglas L. Hlllman A Co., announce that they have formed a copartnership, under the name of Burgoyne Hamilton and Adrian Iselln 2d. and have opened offices at 8 East Forty-fifth street, an real estate brokers covering the metropolitan and suburban fields. Mr. Hamilton served overseas as major In the nrtlllery of the A. E. F., and Mr. lselin was overseas as lieu- , tenant In the navy. Associated with them are O. R. Merrltt, Rensselaer B : Dayton, Roland I. Hopper and Robert W. McAdam, all formerly connected with j the cotlntry department of Douglas L. Elllman A Co, Ml .J . . SW YORK HERALD, 1 WILL ERECT HOME FOR INTERCOLLEGIATE CLUB Y. M. C. A. to Improbe Plot Near Grant's Tomb. Six lots In the vicinity of Columbia University, acquired last summer by the young M<*n's Christian Association, are i to be improved with a twelve story building that will have accommodation* for 200 students and provide social and recreational facilities for several time* that number, according to an announce ment by Frederick Osborn, chairman of the committee of management of the In- ' tereollegiate Cosmopolitan Club, whicli In n part of tho Intercollegiate branch of the Y. M. C. A. The new building, vyhlch will be known as the Intercollegiate Club Building, will ' cover a plot 130x100 feet on the wes; side of Claremont avenue, 4 50 feet north of 122d street and diagonally opposite ; Grunt's Tomb. It is to serve as a home centre for students, both foreign and j American, and to enable foreign students to meet Americana in ways that are not possible at the present time. SENTING SPACE IN DEMAND. Reports Show Entire Building* Being Token Over by Lraae*. Charles F. Noyes Company leased for Herman P. Suerken and the estate of 1 John P. Suerken the three story build- \ Ing, 25.3x100.3x19.2. at r>9 Bleeker street, northwest corner of Lafayette, to the United Cigar Stores of America. > A, L. I Gutmnn was the attorney for the Suer- j ken Interests and \V. L. Geraty repre- j Bented the lessees. Juliette H. Goodman leased to the | Magoba Construction Company the j three story building with store at 36 j West Thirty-sixth street for twenty-one j years from next May at 10,250 net per ; year. Henry Goodman lias made a ' building loan of $15,000 to the construction company, which plans remodelling the building. Harris, Vought & Co. leased for Robert W. Goelet the three story building, 25x100.5, at 5 East Fifty-second street to the D. G. Eldrldgo Company. Wm. A. White & Sons leased in j 56 Pine street an office to Lesser & MacGruer; in 16 Exchange place an office to Murray Blank, John B. Stanchfield, Jr., and Edwin D. McGuire; In 325 Lafayette street a loft to Paul Heynlck and David Kutchai. John H. Scheier leased space In 245 West Forty-seventh street to Floyd W. Stoker, Moore-Megley Company. Maryln L. Fay, Herman Tlmberg and Charles Leonard. Tankoos Smith & Co. leased In 123 Liberty street, northeast corner Greenwich street, offices to Albert H. Kadlec, Henry E. Ayres, William Garnett Payne, Belrne Kinney, Samuel Goldsclimidt and Jacob Lurle, Thomas H. Prltchard and Edward S. Phillips and William B. Langhorst. Cusliman & Wakefield, Inc., leased for Douglas L. Elliman & Co., agent, a floor in 9 and 11 East Thirty-seventh street to the International Time Recording Company of New York. Loton H. Siawson Company leased the second floor in 377 Fifth avenue to Rice & llochster, novelty manufacturers, for showroom purposes. Whitehouse & Hardy, retailers of men's shoes, leased from the Astor estate a store on the Forty-second street side of the Knickerbocker Building. Harry X. Moore and Harlo J. Sparks negotiated the lease. E. J. Phillips & Co. leased furnished apartments In 243 West Ninety-eighth street to Juan C. Andreu; in 31b West Eightieth street to P. Manzanelll; in llw Vest Seventy-first street for A. E. Fmsee and an unfurnished apartment in 157 West Seventy-ninth street to B. Van Raalte. Albert Hochheimcr & Co., Importers and manufacturers of ostrich feathers and flowers, have leased two lofts In 62 and 64 West Thirty-eighth street. SI'll I'll 13 AX TRANSACTIONS. Edgar C. Price, owner of many large cattle farms In the vicinity of Rye, has purchased the Purdy property of about sixty acres, extending from the Weyman tract on Ridge street to Westchester nvenue and Blind Brook. George Howe negotiated the sale* Robert E. Farley Organization sold a corner plot at Bryn Mawr Park, Yonkprs, N. Y., to Harry Woodhouse for Improvement in eonncctlon with a largo tract which Mr. Woodhouse is planning to Improve with high class suburban homes. Thomas S. Burke leased for Wlillam A. Dickson tho store at 287 South Broadway,. Yonkers, to Emll Ebcrhart, fruiterer. Feist & Feist sold the two four family dwellings at the corner of Central and Watson avenues, East Orange, N. J., 125x100, to Harry Stevens and William Benjamin. REAl.TY MARKET I3HIEF9. Harris, Vought A Co. have been ap?tr.r *H? n..w Straus Build )U>IIIlve .lP> ing now belr.g erectod at the north aat corner of Fifth avenue and Forty-alx'.h street. Duross Company were the brokers In the leasing of the iCmplro Brewery Company's property on Washington street. Tenth to Charles street, to the It, ynoldsWhitney Warehouse Company, Inc. James L. Van Sunt, operntor, of 100 Broadway, will move after January 1 to 119 Nassau street. G. Tuotl A Co. have been appointed agents for 628 and 630 East Fourteenth street. Henry Phillips Is the buyer of the parage at 215 West End avenue, soid recently. Josborg Realty Company Is the buyer of the apartment house at 616 to 631 East 180th street. Prpe & Brother were associated brokers In the recently reported sale o.' the plot at the northwest corner of Seventh avenue and Tenth street to the John Wyeth Chemical Company of Philadelphia. ESTATES APPRAISED. LEFFERTH. WILLIAM K. (December 18, 1010). Gross estate, 8.101.607; net estate, 11110,888 Bis wife, Edith C. J/cfferts of 108 lexlnston avenue, received a bequest of il,750 and a life estate In the residue of the estate. KIMMKL. ELEONORE M (December 1, 1010). Gross estate, 177.133; net estate, 878,934. Her husband, Anthony Klmbel, of 100 Riverside Drive, and her children. William A. Klmbel, Eleanors K. Taylor, Frances K. Putney and Elsls K. Clarke, are the beneficiaries. RHINE LANDER, THOMAS J. OAKLET. 2D (December, 1018) His arcs estate, except Ins a nns-tenth share In the estate of Or nella II Kip, amount not vet estimated. Is $61,882; net -state, $'.<1,170. In addition the decedent had a $41,172 ?ban- In the estate of Adelaide K. Ithloelander. Her father. Philip Rhlrtelander. and I,Is bredh' re ai d Sisters, Philip. Leonard and Adelaide, shared the estats. \ ll 1 o.'J- UUJ / A REAL HOME jl I for tou and your family lUJ I at a price to fit your Ijjj I pocket book it advertised I j j I every day in the REAL |||l I ESTATE columns of the J j | I New York Herald. I'ij FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, SHIPPING NEWS. (CONTINUED FROM PRECEDING PAGE). (or Antwerp: Farnworth (Ur), do (or Hunburg and An: .ripes (Nor), do (or Haiti more; Warhtfel (Fr), do (or . Sailed Jlth, 11 AM, tug ChrUtabel, towing 1 barge Be,sle J and yacbt Hanoll, seawarib > ?Wind SW, 14 miles; partly cloudy; smooth I era. ; PORTLAND, Mo. Deo 15. I'M?Arrived. tug Bathgate, towing barge Agram, Bewails I Point (latter hua 14 (est water In hold; left | I barge liango wjth broken rudder anchored i a off Boone Island; tug Kaleen gone (rem | here to tow her to Portland). Arrived 10th, str Wilfred (Nor), 8hlelds. Sailed 10th, 7 AM, tuga Swatara, towing >1 barges Exetur (or Searsport, Moaelem (or , Brewer, and Oalt Hill (or Bangor; Inter- | I national, towing barges Bast, Glenslde and Paxtang, Plilladelphln. ' Sailed 10th, strs Vlncenso Florlo (Ital), I Gibraltar ((or orders); Coastwise, Norfolk, i . POINT JUDITH, Rl, Dee 15, 1 :o0 I'M - i I Passed, tug Perth Amboy, towing barges 707 j i and "M.'i, Perth Amboy tor Boston, and 781, > for Glou'ester. ' ! PROVIDENCE, ni. Dec 16?Arrived, strw Britannia (Fr), New York (or Marseilles | (and sailed); Juniata. Norfolk; Harvey II I Brown. Norfolk; Frederic It Kellogg, lam- 1 pico; Bay View, Norfolk; schr Harriet C Whitehead, Hudson River. ; Sailed lrtth, Mr Gulfllght, Port Arthur. HAN FRANCISCO. Cal, Dec 15?Arrived. I Mrs Stockton. Shanghai: Suilhury. Now York; Charles H Cramp, Philadelphia; motor San Francisco (Hw), Chrlstlanla. kc. Arrived 15th, str VVllhelmlna, Honolulu. Sailed 15th. Mm MidawRskR, Manila; | West Cajoot, do; bark Noemt (Fr), Ipswich. Sailed Kith, strs Tofua <Br), Wellington; Manila en Marti (.lap), Kobe. : SEATTLE, Wash. Dec 14?Arrived, str Osaqumslck. San Francisco. Hailed 10th. Coast Guard cutter TInalga. * ST ANDREWS. Fla. Dec 14?Arrived, aux I schr Tempate, Macorls. ' SAVANNAH. Ga. Dec 1ft?Arrived, strs T! omlsto i Dutch), Rotterdam Mar Tlrreno | iHp), Hamburg via Wilmington; City of Savannah, New Y'ork; Howard, Jacksonville I tand sailed for Baltimore). Sailed ltith, strs Oronoke, Rio Janeiro via I Charleston; City of Home. Boston. ) SALEM. Mass. L?er 15?Arrived, barges Mobile, Norfolk; L & W No 10. New York. i TACOMA, Wash, Dee 10?Sailed, str Wind- i ber, Cuba. TAMPA, Fla. Dec 1ft?Sailed, str Lake Elmont, Mobile. AMERICAN PORTS. [By Mail.l HONOLULU. Doc 10?Arrived, strs Newport News. San Francisco for Manila; Sherman. Manila. PORTLAND, O, Dec 12?Sailed, str West Togus, San Francisco, to finish loading (thence to Boston). PROVIDENCE, HI, Dec 14?Arrived, str Hay View, Norfolk; schr Harriet C Whitehead, Hudson River. Sailed 14th, strs Arlo, Port Lobos; GulfUght, Port Arthur. < SAN FRANCISCO. Cal, Dec 10?Cleared, str West Camargo, San Pedro; ship Golden State, United Kingdom; bark Bayard (Fr), London. Sailed 10th, strs Osaqgmslck, Seattle; W st Kedron, Portland. O. S\\" PEDRO. Cal. Dec 10?Arrived, str Paralso, Astoria. Sailed 10th, str Dllworth, Honolulu. SABINE. Tex. Dec 12?Arrived, strs Perfec tern. 'J'ainptco; Ashtabula (Br), Beaumont. TO FILL PRESCRIPTIONS AT COST FOR THE POOR Chain Stores Will Serve Very Needy Gratis. An offer to fill prescriptions at actual cost and to furnish them to really poor | persons free of charge "during the prevailing business depression and bo long as poor business conditions exist" was announced yesterday by R. R. Wattley, president of the National Drug Stores Corporation, following a meeting of the directors In the corporation's main of- ] flee. 405 Legfngton avenue. The organization controls twenty-four stores in various cities, eight of them In NewYork. "Titis is not a cut rate war," Mr. Wattley declared. "It is simply an " actuation of our belief that things should be arranged so that poor people can afford to be alck. The selling of I prescriptions at cost will reduce by half the present cost of having prescriptions 1 filled." In a note pent by the corporation to physicians generally Mr. Wattley adds: "We are willing to go further where a patient is in dire need, and if you will so certify at the time you write the i prescription we will deliver your prescription to such a patient entirely gratis." Tim offer goes into effect to-day. The "actual cost" Is based on the rates the concern pays fof drugs In the open market and the labor to compound them. ART SALES. ' ? To-day (Friday ) and TOMORROW (SAT.) at 3:30 I*. M. In Fifth Ave. K Art Galleries v 40 E. 45th St. Vanderbilt Ave. James I*. Silo * Son, Aitrllonerrs WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION BY (IKI)KK OF E. G. Schwinghammer, Attorney of Atlantic City, a Valuable Collection of /\PI 1 lyun JVIUL*LI\n ORIENTAL RUGS and Chinese Carpets, Bronzes, Floor Lamps, Cloisonne Vases, Bric-a-Brac and Mandarin Coats. NOTE:?Thr libera collection will of special Interest to dealers and rnnnolssenr*. ^ TO UK HOLD AT AUCTION To Day (Friday) and Tomorrow list.) at 1 P. M. ^ AT THE Madison Art Galleries, Inc. 37 East 60th St., ^ Between Madison A Park Avs. J IMPORTANT SALE OF S ANTIQUE ITALIAN FURNITURE Pnlnllnfe, Draperies, rorrelalns, S Merlin* Silver. Brlc-a-Brac, C'loek., ^ Hrreens, Onk Holled-top 1>e?,k*, ^ Itronsee and other Art Object.; J nl?<> Hare < ollertlon of Persian ^ Cnrpets A ltn*s. ON VIEW TO RALE TIME. ^ rnBDKRICK II. WANDELL 5 s and WILLIAM T. KINNEY. -5 s Auctioneers. PHONE?PLAZA 77S4. V L. - ui larKFa 42-44 BAST 5RTII ST. TO DA Y& TO-MORROW t 2:15 P. M. THE VALUABLE ANTIQUE FURNITURE, TAPESTRIES, BROCADES, NEEDLEWORK AND ART OBJECTS FORMING THE COLLECTION OF ALBERT R. LOCI* A CO. THE WIDELY KNOWN IMPORTERS AND ANTIQUARIES Retiring from the Retail Bimlnemi. The Rale will he conducted hv MR. At'CJl'HTt'S W CLARKE. t , 1920. AET SALES. EESG ^ TO~'dAY at 2 r \! A UNRESTRICTED I Lf m SALE I &MJ AT public auction i Continuing To-morrow J For Your Own Home pdklT&^i The Collection of a fezr Foreign Connoisseur I I i_^_. > DATING FROM THE I PERIODS OF | *? Three French Kings j also illustrating the | fy Splendor of | and Old Spain | cQ Selected with exquisite taste, 11 fai and is of unusual design and j vte* gorgeous coloring. *; VICTOR I islands, ii climate,. ART GALLERIES, Inc. i boating,. Alfred K. Gusweller, Auetlonoer ' I 'rma^e 33 West 57th Street, | i'^wS! New York City | cificCoa, PLAZA <3467. . this Ala.) I of moun Can AUCTION SALE F TO-MORROW (SAT.) 2 P.M. ?si ere High Class FURNITURE i??, and ART TREASURES FINE BRONZES, CLOCK | *<??"< SETS, CHINESE FURNI- ===== TURE. ALSO FOB WHOM IT M IY fOSfEtlN 40 (New) PHONOGRAPH . TALKING MACHINES 200 Japanese (New) WOOL RUGS, sizes 3x6. &!lZ?l(L 50 Italian (New) INLAID TABLES 45 (New) STANDARD and bc88 1 TABLE ELECTROLIERS Several (New) CHINESE CARPET RUGS Fine China, Sterling Silver, Upright Piano, Gold Drawing for two p< Room and Bedroom Suites. the Ameri DARLING & CO. ?u C.11 LOUIS VAN BRINK, Auct., Both house heretofore. 8EM. Horseback I T0-M0RR0W(SAT.)2P.M. ? ?.**? 242 5th Ave., 27th-28th Sts. KOTE?T/ir sale of above will he sold hy mnnnscript and all qnois In be rrmotrd the tnlItminq Morula!/, Inc. ~oih. Cash deposits ' will be required from all buyers. _ HO* ?? CHES Unrestricted W a fi. ffl . OrcupyiiiR entire lilnrk Public Auction at ru?.iiinn?bie < nee he<l chamber* wit I m/l a v * c Auction watlr'- !ilk'! MAY O Galleries.Inc. a';.o. meet u J. ??,. TIIOM 2236 Broadway, at 80th St. ~jjZ TO-DAY(Friday) 2 P.M. Also Tomorrow (Sat.) same hour ^ " atlantic MODERN HOUSEFURNISHINGS j AivAmer icar AND WORKS OF ART of Dwlmrtian I FIH PROOF QARAl Comprising in part:? | capac.ty coo. Entire Suites for Dining, Ti/WA T 1 Living and Bedro O TO 3 , I J Paintings, Bronze and Mar- I ^ .. ? orv tl\e Bea.c ble Statuary. CONVENIENT TO/I api o SciBntki'DIETItl ina. Glassware. Bnc-a- Family Patro brae. Electroliers. Oriental i C-LHanstein _ j Pra aidant Rugs, etc., etc. .oterst A it M. VAN BRINK. Auctioneer. Tnii<i? dav r.xr.n tor's nam. of a sfc,? I,M * VI IIV \amam.e ESTATE U *U "I I Tf ?J BENJ. S. WISE, Auct'r, =T Will Sell lit Public Auction S^E~ la rw |f / In tlir WISE AltTION OA 1.1.1. HIES II )f\f 428 Columbus Ave., -jV.JSS; SMiVlWl To-Day (Friday), 2 P. M. 'jUWi. ? ANo To-Moitow (Sat.), Sumo Hour. | ? - Ry order of the Executor* of ry ~ f I ^TJ iyi The Late CHARLOTTE LEDERER J(" I ?A1 ? and other parties In Interest. 1 ^Onus On (York* of Art. Furniture for the lied room. Dining Room. Living Room, ^ U II j v library, lite. Collection of old Luce*, I*CW Holland ,M g Melnsiiy Baby (.rand, Vlrtrola, |]tc. ft a tea. New Mana^ u NfltP1 To-day's session will llUICi Comprise a Collection of i-nkrwo? 200 Oriental Rugs and Carpets Laurel-in To bo fold to pay Cuatom Hduit chares. , . Th" lot conal.ta of 171 small Ruga and wkcwoi 29 large a!**.. Sittinted among On Vtcto up to hour of aa|?. OTOrlooking L New nne? < lit Prl??t* Tmnto Court*. ??? "^?| Kl. ,nlt v THIS DAY AT 3 P. JH. N*; i At The Keeler Art Galleries, ^^Tn/w t12 VKSI'.Y ST., NR. BROADWAY. r- . .^mi p IMPORTANT UNRESTRICTED KAK 1 Lt AUCTION SALE OF i %nrivn 200 Valuable opr^'A'!'!/ phno* H# l-akrwood. OIL PAINTINGS iiAssford i OI Maoy by wrM known ArtUt*. t D-.ear L*h?. ?A*h? Th* Sal* will b* conducted by ' __ - MR. ? n). W. KIIKI.I W. NEW HOTE1 ??1??1?| \KKWUODi X. JSALES AT AUCTION. *'Zl ''sale TODAY, 2 P. M> u"\L|?V ,Um Tomorrow, Mnndnr, Tnmliii, HniPl IV Wrdnraday and Thursday, nnme hour. at the ^Galleries of [, MO?T nT.VnVirr -IFTH AVENUE , AUCTION ROOMS- - - - Modern Home nlinMUP 1 FUPNISHINGS rUUUINu i The Property of , , Kstatee and Private Individuals. Bucceasful V I.n . Consisting of Furniture for every da- G. > !!** partment of the household. . ? A large Quantity of Solid Stiver, , _ Ttoofce, lvorl' *. Cut Glare, tr. An adt'crflarmrn Oriental Rur? and Carpet*. Found column* 0/ 0> VIRW I NTIf. DAY OF SAI.R. HERALD Offer? it ^ H ^.Auctioneer J wtrXrKg yo,(T. 19 11 . "\ " ' - iRTS. RESORTS. The Pacific Coast I Its Winter Resorts or Return by the Transcontinental Route through the uidlon Pacific Rockies?the marvelous Ciristmas ryiand. Sleeping and dining cars?uner. celled for scrt and comfort?compartment observation cars, etc. I A, B. C-, theGardcn City of Canada, nestle* midst verdant j-t across the blue waters of Juan de Fuea. Its warm, open pleiulid drives and parkv.av^.urjlf cour -.-pot fi-hingand rombined with the delightful hospitality of th- Empress Hoit an exceptionally attractive resort for the v. inter tourist. '\ KR. B. C., theftateway rothcOricrit.i-rotinectcdbygtearrw \ ictoria; also by steam -hip or rail with S .tie and other Pat cities. Vancouver Hotel of metropolitan standard, overlooks Idin City where Western enterprise l ies with the glamour tains, canyons, big trees aud the sparkling Pacific. torn Coast to Coast are Canadian Pacific Hotels ?Montreal?Winnipeg?Calgary?V ancouver?Victoria adian. Pacific Railway For full Information, call or write for Tour P 118 '. R. PERRY, General Agent, Passenger Department >adway New York City tlo City. Atlantic City. An An non ncom on t Clir Iborougf^Bkrbdm, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. 0 announce that during only the months oi November ami December a special meekly minimum rale of Eighty-Cue Dollars ople for double room u it'a Lath and meals on I can Plan has been established. 'ring these two months the climate ot Atlantic ;y is the most delightful oi the whole >ear. s will remain open instead ol one oi them closing ?e 1 xnu;-ite musiea feature. Ohstaelt Coif on front lawn. tiding, (ion (2 Chani]>iont-hi|? Coun-er), 1'olling Chairs, res, Movies, and ruuvdcte other uauicwruti, OWM'ltsrilP M INAfiKMKNT JOSIA1I \* HITL & SONS COMPANY j U'tMUh^otet. | i' S E A h ? T* e i. Z. .? ?r! KAMATAN Ik-I- ilon. ff VBf - i, md Central. 11 nrival- bath# <fn ?h CJ |B m. City etm"Hassorchrstra. -nf-, A I, t: . ntiy Go;/, lofn. Golf privilege*. * H , . Uj concern. Ac iokl?t. Open all year. tfi t. pson St c o. m. w .. . , , Ifriiri Piiu.'hl & Son, Inc., l.eseee. GeJneyRrmH l Plan Hctp] i L' , i H-1 ! Will i I I \IN . t iRpm Com fort I i r- v u:;i ' <t: \npai.i,. ]|W(UV,UU11G. C ? Co,f> H ... Hun Parlor. '* , _ _ . | Of' i 'lie' < iriln. elce. train t\r(7Srrr././Jsszev1 | r.rvli > I ' or. Private | . i... wi". (t charge. PALACE D. Ca I 3TTAGES K CaP600 HOTEL GRAFTON ILL AMUSEMENTS wamiixj < y ^ I | r~ aj ya ? i T "" ^ Al 1 .RH, ?0 ICntN OrchistTA rvau.: Irvvited Lymam J WATROUS Michigan. h'c Cityitsthe M&liNV CLEMENS 1 f.iiKERf.L BATHS r-t * ir jfcn/?c6X3 A\ orld renowned !, r j um, NrrrouiDtH 1 en 1 thai nin-dowi a. Open all the year. ? Twtply mile, from Detro t Write lor Booklet. ^ ^ R-iinatt Men's At- cuiicn, MLCIsmtnt, Utah, Vttltwr/ri IIRlPKOOr I CROritA.N ri.A>?. a I I# p || unlit rnrolinit'a Premier Tleeotl J M L n| Highland Park Hotel lORE arr lAIIVtIV ".V. .V *jtcs( Hotel Succesi iCLiMtTi: : r "< ' ':n"1I'"\vknt Addr.-- I. .1. Mll iAl k. Mutineer I * I ByftllWI WMIiIMI Inn, Lak'. l.actd. N. T. fork e\.. near Peach. til V> nr. Spclal Winter .. , , it. OKO. ITUTCIIAJtD. * 1,1 J" GOLF AT ST. AUGUSTINE HOTEL ALCAZAR the-Pines jd, N. J. PONCE DE LEON the JPmea and FLORIDA'S ' 1 \l?WINTER CLIMATE like Lfirnaaljo .. 18 hole Golf Courae ? * Rid ttft Shaded Walka \ Islt Mi.iml Private Oarage. "The Wor '< i- CI Py-I' < Pea." tarapy Rath eyetam. Mo?* Popular Winter R< ort In America. H TK, Manager Ar'i.nr I 1 I\.nd plava twlca A HIIHN A SON8. (tall" It. klrt i. t l.atnt" r of Commerce, k Stock Earhknae. Miami. ' a. ITT INN tarpon inn ' tvl' tiath. on. N. J. \ ; r. n. Mgr. |N I I \N. * HTHE YEAR. Till III II FT II W. I- V- KAHN. Prap. m ii.isrM- I l:?^ nrr 8"3 I r<-?t Av. t?"?>rsla. Jy.iC., I.?katt oo?i. I ..? m* Conn. _l V" JennlriR! . y?ES2?? Hotel Bon Air=c^ ? ? I Dcligrntui ? i Winter Vacation ' ; fer^T. L , ?' N' 1 *? > T?or- "? !' i ' ond'tten 1 c <, J> ? v MTRY HOME Virginia. lontclair ,7," "J" kit, V J. 1 I I.M SITPATUn C anaila, IOIKI. I.N NBW .jj STIRP tl-in rAKAPTAV NAT I' >N M. ORAMO TRTTNX WAvir \tV'vr " * <>*lly ?r\ to "?.!*. For all Inimi I i ninnvv ( 'nmili ?!, ' \ \ '1'iwn, Oan. Aft. ii\i i Oil x \ ng?M iway, New Tori j =H C!W. , ' ? in, ,V r (i III! It Ml WAV, PTftiir iklkl . SIUrit Inn Opr:i ? I Mf< t old*' ... " , P. fl?H?nlon. N. J. Itrrmixlit. p m the Tout find THE 11 ui-k^iV'dAH0TItI> THE NEW YORK , ? i?,r..-*n. VZST' "1- S J