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                                                                                                                                                                                                 Realty Brokers* Views Sought T E M0RTUARY R C R • • • • • • • • * • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               H            EOD
                                                                                                                                                                                       New R. R., it is Argued, ought to
                                                                                                                                                                                            Recompense Brokera for Sale of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Matthew Liavis.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Matthew Davis, « resident of New ; . *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           j A           " T h e                              nicely
                      lewKocheSlegrissaofnpany                                                                                       —Miss Helen McGill entertained at
                                                                                                                                 cards on Saturday.
                                                                                                                                     —John R. liegeman, of
                                                                                                                                 Point, is in Europe.
                                                                                                                                                                                           Land Along Route.
                                                                                                                                                                                           The following letter received dur-
                                                                                                                                                                        Orients ing the week will explain itself. The

                                                                                                                                     —Attorney Burton C. Meighan is and agents in Westchester on his pro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Rochelle for the i-ast twelve years, i Y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and by ocupation a laborer, died a! the • W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   New tochelle Hospital on Sunday, i ^
                                                                                                                                                                                       writer seeks opinions from the brokers from heart disease.                        Deceased was • /S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Ironed Garments
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        returned to you when your washing and ironing is sent to us.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        i>!e^ses every woman.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   born in Spuyten Duyvil, X. Y.. thirty-1
                                                                                                                                 on a two weeks' trip to Panama.                       posed method of the railways con-
                                           264-266-268 Main Street                                                                                                                                                                 eight years ago. He was unmarried I « •                   «.                  It's a wonderful satisfaction to be able to know that all
                                                                                                                                     —Miss Elizabeth Gerriiy, of Frank- sidering the man who selh property
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and resided with his sifter. Mrs. M.' W                              your clothes will come hom»: white and clean, properly
                                                                                                                                 lin avenue, has been sojourning at At- and brings new residents to a local-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   J. Johnson of North avenue. Funeral j ^                              Marched and daintily irore-1, if sent to us.
                                                                                                                                 lantic City.                                           ity, an advance or press agent for services
                                 Capital and Surplus $300,000.00                                                                     —Mrs. C. H. Young, of No. 41 Lo- these corporations, to whose inter- afternoon at the Davis Mortuary' Jt.
                                                                                                                                 cust avenue, has been sojourning at ests, the new traveler is immensely Chapel, interment being made in j V
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    were    held on Wednesday j &
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 < >ur family washing aad ironing service has won the ap-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        proval of many of the city's most particular housewives.
                                                                                                                                 Atlantic City.                                         important.                                  Woodlawn Cemetery, in the family • •
                                                                                                                                     —Miss Mae Scofield. of Wild Cliff,                                                                                                                                           Let us serve you r -o, a?k our driver about prices.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  April 12, 1912.   plot. Deceased leaves z mother. Mrs.; ^
                    SOLICITS ACCOUNTS OF FIRMS, CORPORATIONS                                                                     entertained       the   Wednesday            Card To the Real Estate Record                        Mary Davis, two sisters. Mrs. Arthur! A
                                                                                                                                 Club this week.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     SUBURBAN LAUNDRY GO.
                                           AND INDIVIDUALS                                                                                                                                    of Westchester County.                Warren, of Spuyten Dupvil, and Mrs.! / v
                                                                                                                                      —Mrs. Thomas G. Hall, of North , Dear Sirs:—The                            advance agent* Johnson of this city, and four brothers | J
                                                                                                                                 avenue, will entertain the Magazine ( O I - railroad companies in suburban all residents of Spuyten Duyvil.                                                  V
                         BANKING—Receives deposits subject to check; N o                                                          Club on April 29.                                     towns adjacent to large cities are the                                                                              72-74 NORTH AVENUE. N E W ROCHELLE, N. Y.
                                                                                                                                      —Miss Edith Mann, of Home Park, real estate brokers. The term broker                                       Margaret R. Paiton.
                    charge for collecting.. A rate of interest paid consistent with                                               entertained the Wednesday Afternoon however must not be applied to the                               Margaret R.. beloved wife of lames                                                          T E L E P H O N E 1010
                    sound.banking principles.                                                                                     "300" Cnxb this week.                                  man who styles himself as such, aed G. Patton. and a resident of ClifT
                                                                                                                                      —Senator J. Mayhew Wainwright carries his office in his hat, hanging Side. North avenue, died in the New
                         TRUST—Acts as Executor, Trustee, Guardian, Adminis-                                                      has gone to Panama, where he will around railroad stations for possible j Rochelle Hospital on Sunday, from
                    trator, etc.
                          SAFE DEPOSIT—Receives on Storage Trunks, Boxes
                                                                                                                                  remain until May 1st.                                  victims-, or picking up his cheats in 1 the effects of an operation. Deceased
                                                                                                                                      —Miss Grace King, of New York the street. A broker is the man who I had resided in New
                                                                                                                                  City, was the guest o£ Miss Forbes, of maintains an office exclusively for the several years, her husband being a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Rochr'lc    for                 Tuesday Club Gives Luncheon | An Evening With Huguenots
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    -                                        i
                    and Packages containing Silverware or other valuables. Safe                                                   Franklin avenue, last week.                            real estate business, and employs aa member Of the Board of Education. Songs Augment a Delightful Oc- 1 Program of Entertainment and New
                    Deposit Boxes to Rent, $5 a year and upwards.. Foteign                                                          - —Mrs. Hawley Pettibone will be office force, advr»»:jci ill the prtnei- Slie ira.< fifty-two years of a-je. Funer-                                                               casion.                               j           Members Arc Introduced,
                                                                                                                                  the hostess to the        Rochelle           Park I pal papers aiid magazines and fur- al services were held Wednesday at
                    Drafts, Letter? of Credit, American Express Co. Travelers                                                                                                                                                                                                                    The Tuesday Afternoon Club save j A very enjoyab'e social occasion
                                                                                                                                   Reading Club on April 22.                           I nishes a motor car or other convey- her late home and. were conducted! a delightful lu—hron at the Manor j vas provided by the Huguenot Asso-
                     Check3.                                                                                                          —Mrs. F. M. Carpenter, of Centre ance to convey prospective purchasers by Rev. Charles F. Cancdy.                                             Inter- Club. Pelham Manor. Tuesday after- > ciation of New'Rochelle on Thursday
                                                                                                                                  avenue, has been entertaining Miss to and from the railroad station, etc. mciit was made in Evergreen Cenle- noon. Mrs. Ash ton Johnson. Mr*, j evening of last week in the parlors of
                                                                                                                                   Ostrander. of Lyons, N. Y.                             In each instance where a sale or terv.                                                              Louise Fowler Gi^noux. Mrs. Philipl the First Presbyterian Church.
                                                       OFFICERS.                                                                       —Mrs. F. M. Wells, of Sutton Man- lease has been consummated, the new-                                                                                 Carpenter. Miss Hand and Mr;. Geo. j A delightful vocal program                                                              was
                     Wtlliaa W. Biwtll. President.                   Henri J. ran Zelra, Secretary.                               or, has been'entertaining Miss Adele resident immediately becomes a daily                                        Henrietta Wuetrich.                        Phelps       Robbins            being      guests          ofigiv'en by Mr-. M. E. Lobde'.l. so-
                                                                                                                                   Deprerris, of Asbury Park.                            patron of the railroad company, pays           Henrietta Wuetrich. daughter of
                     R. P. Carpenter, Yice-Preddei'-t                 J A. Huntintton. Asst. Secretary.                                                                                                                                                                                       honor..                                                         ' prano, and Mrs. Samuel M. Burbank,
                                          J. Marshall Periey, Trust Officer. -                                                         —Mrs. J. R. Rowland, of Rochelle his pro rata of freight and express August an I Mathilda Wuetrich. died
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 The prosram consisted oi vocal so-! consisting of solos and duets                                                        Miss
                                                                                                                                   Heights, is entertaining Mr. and Mrs. earnings of that station; if he buys_va- at- the home of in - parents. 37 Law-
                                                                                                                                   W-. N. Tcnnison, of Buffalo.                          cant land he pays,on ra'lroad freight ton street on April 12th. death being los bv Mrs. A. F. Huntinston: violin i Gertrude Inez Folsom was the ac-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              obligato bv Mrs. George Phelps Rob-1 compantst and rendered piano solos,
                                                                                                                                       —Mrs. C. F. Porter of             No. 2S for all building material hauled over due to scarlet fever and diphtheria.                                                                                                      K ev
                                                                                                                                   Woodland avenue, was hostess to the their lines—if he buys improved prop- Deceased was in the ninth year of her bins. Mrs. Skiffiington Norton at the o :. t h: l^njamin T. Marshall, chairman
                                                                                                                                    Tuesday Bridge Club this week.                        erty, he pays the other fellow, so.it life.          Funeral       services          were   held i.iano: vocal duets by Miss Hand a n d !                                     e entertainment committee, gave
                                                                      —Frank Pressmar, of New Ro-                                      —Mrs. Charles F. Porter, of No. 2S is as broad as it is long.                                  Saturday, burial being made in Beech- Mrs. A. F. Huntington: piano ,:solos dialect readings.                                                                  Henry M. Lester,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              by Mrs. George Sicanl: address. \Vo-1 president of the association, made a
                                                                  chclle, visited his parents on South Woodland avenue, will entertain the                                                   Theatrical companies or their man- woods Cemetery.                                               man's Sphere. Man's Hcmi-sphcre." i                               s h o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ' \ address welcoming the new
           Mortgage leans                                         Water street, Sunday.—Port Chester (Tuesday Bridge Club on April 30.
                                                                  Item.                                                           I —Mrs. E. Clinton Smith, of No. 126 advance agents to successfully carry
                                                                                                                                    Weyman        avenue,   entertained
                                                                                                                                                                                          agements pay targe salaries to their
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  T
                                                                                                                                                                                  the on their business. L nder the circum-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mrs. Lucy A. Floyd.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Mrs. Lucy A. Flovd. mother of our
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              by Mrs. Ashtop Johnson: address.'members
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              "Merrv-Go-Round "or                        Marathon." j known '.acts ot cany local history.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Mrs. Louise Fowler Giiinoux. and an | .James S. Haviland of the ..oarc of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      and giving some                     little


                  We will make any reasonably
                                                                       —Ne>v Rochelle men will be in--Wednesday "500'' Club this week.                                                    stances I can see no reason why real well known citizen. George W. Floyd. address bv Mrs. Philin Carpenter, '"rectors, outlined the p.ans o: the
                                                                   terestcd in learning that Paris has set                                Mrs. Henry C. Periey. of Rochelle estate brokers should not be classed                      Fire Commissioner, and a resident* of
              safe mortgage loan in New Ro-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   "Team Work"                                                      [association lor improving tne asso-
                                                                   the seal of approval on the untrim- Heights, entertained the Souvenir as advance agents _ of the railroad Locust avenue, died Friday last at her
              chelle and (according to the se-                     med hat.                                                                                                                                                           home in Boston. Ma^s. .her death                           T,       ,-                 ,,     ,           ,-         . 'ciation's property at DeYeau P^.iK.
                                                                                                                                     Bridge-Club on Saturday afternoon.                   companies and considered employees                                                                     The officers are Mrs. James Francis j x                                 ., a v c l l u e . a -, 1:I , o m e r c p a ; r s t a
              curity offered) at the lowest                                                                                                                                                                                           occurring on her 63rd wedding anni-
                                                                                                                                       —Mrs. Tames H. Price, of Beech- of same, and to my mind it would
              rate of interest the market af-                          —The Council has declared its in- i raont, will entertain the Wednesday- seem only fair and just for the rail-                                                   ersary. Funeral services >'<-re held Pecor. president: Mrs l e n r y G K . ; t h e                                                DeVeaux house                  and      grounds.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Heath. viee-nreMdcnt: Mrs. ^ >b'am j which will cost about S1S0.
              fords.      Our    familiarity with
                                                                   tention to construct curbs, gutters Afternoon Bridge Club on April 24.                                                  road companies to pay to each broker on Sundav. Deceased was 85 years                                 railley        Randall,                             Miss i
                                                                   and sidewalks in Spring street, fixing                                                                                                                             of age. The Pioneer extend                                                                 secretary:          Miss | M i s s K a t l l r v n J_ c. CarviUe. chair-
              land titles in this city permits                                                                                          —Mrs. David Elwell, of No. 44 a small percentage on the new busi- thy.                                                                      ympa- J Charlotte E. Cowles. treasurer: Mrs.
                                                                   May 7 for a public hearing.                                                                                             ness gained through their offices and                                                             i Robert A. Holmes, librarian: Mrs. man of the house committee; .in-
              us ts place mortgages at less                                                                                          Church street, will entertain the Satur-
                                                                                                                                                                                           furnish free transportation to mem-                                                                 George V>\ Lawrence and Mrs                              W.
               cost than you will pay for loans                        —Adjutant General W. H. Verback, dayday Evening Bridge Cub to-night.                                                                                              Joseph Haydock. who- 'or many i                                                                                         day party at the D e V e a u x house o n
                                                                    N. G. N. Y., has written to Mayor                                   —Mrs. T. Joseph Dowling, of Ro- bers of real estate firms. Incorporate years cnnducte<l a wholesale uroprie-j W a r d D a m o n , m e m b e r s h i p c o m m i t - T u e s d a y . J u n e 4 .
               made by investors and-corpor-                                                                                         chelle Heights; will be the hostess to a real estate board oi trade in each tary medicine business at No. 101 \ t e e : M r s . E z r a T . G i l l i l a n d a n d M r s . M i s s E t h e l
               ations outside of New Rochelle.                     Waldorf for a map of New Rochelle                                                                                       county, or a clearing house for the                                                                                                                                                              O s b o r n e Frantr. a n d
                                                                    to file in the adjutant general's depart- the Fresh Air Bridge Club on May purpose of .recording same: 1 should Bcekman                                                             street.        Manhattan, died ' E d w a r d P e n f i e l d . e n t e r t a i n m e n t c o m - J o t h e r y o u n g w o m e n s e r v e d r e f r e s h -
                                                                   ment at Albany.                                                   first.                                                                                           Monday of a complication oi diseases                     mittee: Miss               Charlotte E . Cowles. ments. Several applications for m e m -
                    C. H. & J. A. YOUNG,                                                                                                —Dr. Charles Ogilvy has returned also recommend licensing the brokers at the home of his niece. Mrs. Lester M r s . W i l l i a m M . D e n c h . M r s . W i l - b e r s h i p w e r e r e c e i v e d .
                 FREDERICK H. SEACORD.                                  —Dr. Edward F. Brush, former                                 from attending the annual meeting of and have the proceeds of the license Page Hoole. No. 974 St. Mark's ave- l i a m D e t t e . M r s . H a r r i s B . F i s h e r .
                   Attorneys and Counsellor*                        Mayor of Mount Vernon, spent much the New York State Medical Society fee go to the fire district, in which nue. Brooklyn.                                                                    Mr. Haydock was M r s . J o h n H . H a y d e n . M r s . H u g h                                 „ 1 X ™ „,,, „.1,,,,,,.„ B I 1 „ r , r - . H .
                              at Law,                               of his time in a bungalow which he wh<ch met in Albany during the past the sale of lands were made, or for seventy-two year.s old. He is survived H e r n d o n . M r s . A r t h u r F . H u n t i n g -                                                                                      H I N T TO REALTY BROKERS.
                                                                    has built in the wilds of Canada. He week.                                                                             some other good purpose.
                      264-££o Main-Street.                                                                                                                                                                                             by one daughter. The remains were t o n . M r s . R o b e r t J^ L e o n a r d . M r s . j
                                                                    lives with a guide, and hunts and                                   —Mrs. Frederick Cuthbertson, of                             Urges Square Dealing.              brought to this city on Wednesday S k e f f i n g t o n N o r t o n . M r s . J a m e s F . | W e h a v e a v e r y d e e p s y m p a t h y f o r
                   (N. R. Trust Co. Building)                       fishes.                                                          Homestead Park, is entertaining her                      The free transportation system can and interred in Beechwoods                          Ceme- S e c o r , M r s . H e n r y F . T i e d e m a n n a n d I t h e real e s t a t e m e n o f v V e s t c h e s t e r
                 N. Y. Offices—76 William Stl                                                                                        sister. Mrs. Herbert Klipp, of Lenox. be confined to the rapid transit sys- tery.                                                                          M r s . W i l l i a m T w e l l s T i e r s , l u n c h e o n j C o u n t y i n t h e difficulties w h i c h t h e y
                                                                        —The Folk Songs by the Misses Mass.                                                                                tem or within the commuting zones,                                                                  committee.                                                       j have been experiencing through t h e
                                                                                 1
                                                                    Fuller, at' Germania "Hall, April 26th,                             —Mr. a\id Mrs. Hcnry_ Aikenhead, passes to be issued to the members                              Pearl, infant daughter of Mr. and                                  ~T^                                                 i backwardness of the long anttcipat.d
                                                                    will be one cf the leading events of of 57 Pintard avenue, sail on Thurs- of firms only. News of contemplated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Mrs. A. C. Greenwood, died at her                          A P P E A L S B O U N D A R Y CASE,                           j balmy spring days. Every indication
                                                                    the season. Boxes have been taken day, next for a three months' trip improvements by the railroads that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       parents' home. Larchmont. on "Tues-                         _,                   . ^       . , , , . , ,                   d u r i n g t h e w i n t e r for t h e s m a r t r e v i v -
                                                                    by prominent society people of this abr'oa'd.                                                                           will be particularly beneficial to a day, aged eight days.. Funeral ser-
                                                                    city," Pelham, and New" York. These                                                                                                                                                                                            T h e t o w n o t S c a r s n a l e h a s filed a n L i „ c : „ , » . „ - . :„ „..»,i„„.- i;,-- r „ _ tu~
                                                                    charming singers appeared at the                                        Mrs. Lonise Stella, of this city, certain community, should be fur- vices were held Wednesday, burial a p p e a l t o t h e c o u r t o f a p p e a l s f r o m I a l ° ! m i e ^ 1 " n o u t d o o r . lue for the
                                                                    Plaza. Thursday of this week.—Adt. . sailed on the steamship "George jnished by the railroad company to being made in Union Cetnetery, Rye. the decision of the appellate division, coming ycat has been largely dissi-
                                                                    ••:.- , > • ? f-^.    i_i-                 _      £_!- '.
                                                                                                                                      Washington"'      on    Thursday              for. the broker or brokers;, operating in                                                                   which decision upheld the decision of Pa»ea or at least deferred of reahza-
                                                                                                                                      Europe,                              : ; ' • ' ' I that section, in order that he may in-                     "500" T H E GAME.                           the lower court and of the board of tion on account of the extraordinary
                                                                    '• —TjbeSJjfthlarinual concert of the
                                                                                                                                         —Mrs. George ,D. Newman,, of form his clienls truthfully just what                                                                                     supervisors in the now famous boun-j inclemency of practically the whole
                                                                     students of Prof. Steinmetz was held                                                                                                                                 M i s s ; M a e S c o f i e l d . o f Wild"'Cliff, dary dispute between Scarsdale and | of March, which should have been a
                                                                                                                                      North jivenue,. has been entertaining may or mav not .he e j e c t e d of.the
                                                                     Friday, evening ..at Germania Hall,
                                                                                                                                      her niece, Mis"s Florence Rhodes,..of\ railroads.- Another point that, would e n t e r t a i n e d - t h e j u n i o r m e m b e r s of New Rochelle.                                                                       very active month in selling and Ieas-
                                                                     and: was"Avell attended; Each musi-
              —Shalt" we sow grass "seed, or lay cian was presented with a bouquet of Brooklyn'.                                                                                            be well to take under consideration is t h e - W e d n e s d a y A f t e r n o o n -'500" c l u b      These two towns have been in a
          fresh sod?—the Question of therTiour. carnations, and' Miss L.'* Whipple re                                                    —Miss Madeline Scofield has been to urge brokers and advertisers when t h i s w e e k . P r i z e s w e r e w o n b y M i s s dispute for a number of years over ing.
                                                                                                                                 [^attending a. house party given by advertising to sail under their own C a t h e r i n e : W a r d                                   and Miss       Grace
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                their boundary line. Finally a com-                                   Real estate conditions in Manhat-
                                                                     ccived a gold -medal from Pro'f: Steirir
              -?The -fhjat' o f ' t E e : N e w "R*bchelle" metz.as a token of appreciation for Mrs..; Elliott .Henry- at - -Yarmouth, colors, and back up their advertise- L a m b d e n . • T h e n e x t m e e t i n g w i l l b e mittee "f the board of supervisors tan, however, have been more than
          Rowing Club was put in place; Friday. seven years' .excellent!.work.                                                        Caps Cod.      - • -      •>••-                 -• ments-by having their-full name and           on t h e 24th at t h e h o m e of Miss
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                filed a decision which favored New any of the City brokers had any rea-
                                                                                                                                         —Miss Grace Chenowetb, of Nep- addresses appear after their advertise- L o u i s e W a r d , o f B e e c h m o n t .                                   Rochelle.            T i e . town of Scarsdale son to expect.
              —Good opooriarjiues !are' ; .offered -. - •                          . i !.  " — . . , • " * . • ";
                                                                                                                                      tune Place, has returned            from, a           ment,' Jnd not use th,e*rRcoysV to wit:                                                             brought suit to compel the boan? to
          you in the Pioneer's ''want" and "for •' —Sunday. iKJr*Srwfll he a red letter week's visit to her--s»34er, Mrs. Geo. -Sacrifice: account of. death: owner                                                                        BACKUS PLACE RE-SOLD.                                change its decision, but the court held
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      This is no time at all for brokers to
          saie," columns.         Don't fail to read day in the-annals of Columbianism. Winge^ at Newark^ N- ,J. .                                                                          going to Europe; attorney; biggest                                                                  that the board's decision was final put their heads on the table in dis-
                                                                     especially for New Rochelle and                                                                                                                                      The residence of L. G. Backus, on
          them! :             ,               ._-
                                                                     vicinity- for on this day.Ni^v-Rochelle
                                                                                                                                         —Thomas S. Drake who has been bargain on earth. P, Q. Box No                               ,                                                           and binding en all parties and that couragement, but rather a time for
                                                                                                                                      spending the winter months at his .1. Y. Z., Room No. — . £lne hour out: Lockwood avenue recently sold at the court had no power to review. greater effort and more work and of
              —The Manor" CturMield its third lec-                   Council: No' 339. Knights of tolum-
                                                                                                                                      plantation in Florida, has returned to 65 Herald, down town. -, etc., e t c The auction by H. E. Colwell to Tax The appellate division held this con- course that means more efficient work,
          ture on Thursday evening.- Charles bus, will approach, holy communion io his home at 60 Burling Lane.                                                                             broker who has a.real-bargain should Commissioner S. W. Dassler for $11,- tention, but now the town board of and with modern efficiency in busi-
           H. Young, of New Rochelle, spoke on                       the morning, andrunder their auspices
                                                                     will take place the military vespers                                —Mrs. Charles S. Porter. ofBeech- have no inclination to stay in the 2£0 was sold this week by Mr. Dass- Scarsdale wants the highest, court in
           "Old Nostrums in New Battles."                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ness, there must be proper advertis-
                                                                     and benediction in the afternoon.                                mont, will entertain the Avon Bard background—if he really' has a bar- ler to a Mr. Grant, of New York City, the state to rule in the matter.
               —If it's all the same to the weather                                                                                   Club on Wednesday next, when gain to offer, let him embody the rea- the purchase price being $12,000.                                                                                                                        ing.—Real Estate Record.
           man, we should prefer to have the                                                                                          Shakespeare's birthday will be cele- son in the advertisement and back it
           remaining. April showers c not in the
           form of snow.—Albany 'Journal. .
                                                                    County Chamber After, Members                                     brated. " .        _            . „- '                up by his name.
                                                                                                                                         —-MissjMabel RooscvelL-'of Pelham; '-:T should be glad C have the vi'jws    o
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                                                                                                                                       Manorr trho' has beerf • spending:' her of all the brokers                      interested
                —Edt.'a'rd B.' ; Kear, late Register N s w Rochelle Residents Among List vacatior. with Mr. and ' Mrs. Caryl
            of Westchester County, left an es-                            of New Members Elected Since Coleman, returned to school in Bir-;                                -                            "'-:: w. j . ACKERMAN,
            tate valued at $88,179.14.-.- H e ' was a                     Jan. 1st                                                     mington. Periri;. Monday.        • - : •' —                T W O SONG RECITALS.
           native and resident of Yorktown.                               It is the purpose of the officers of                           —Miss Frank Lichtenheim, of North
                                                                      the Chamber of Commerce of West- avenue, entertained a house party the                                                   On Thursday evening Miss Mabel
                —Building Inspector Switzer                    has chester County to double the mem- 13th, for several days. Her guests A..GviIe presented six-of her pupils
           granted permits to Nathan Mendel- bership of the organization this year. were the Misses Patterson, of Bos- in a song recital at 250 Main -street.
           son to erect two' houses on Rockdale Their aim is not so much to strengthen ton: Mr. Brennah. of Detroit, and Mr. Those who took part were Miss Maud
           avenue, of two stories each, .to cost the Chamber financially as' to secure Holbert.                                                                                              Baber, Miss Fanny Brown, Miss
           52,000.            -                                       a wider and more representative mem-                               —The many friends of Dr. C. C. Frances Haley. Miss Karslake, Miss
                                                                      bership.'It is and always has been the Guion will be gratified to learn that                                           Storms and Miss Weeks.
                —The requisition of the police com- objext of the Chamber of Commerce he is improving rapidly from his re-                                                                     On April 29. Miss Guile will have a
            missioners for an automobile runa- to represent the tiest interests of the cent severe illness. He_ is still con- second recital, the program of which
           bout for the police department has county as a whole and a greater mem- fined to his home at 115 Centre ave- will be felren by seven other pupils.
            been referred to the finance commit- bership, representing as equally as nue.
            tee of the Council.                                       may be, every section of the county,                                                                                         L O E W S GOOD SHOW.
                                                                                                                                         —J. B. Wallach has returned to
                                                                      is the_ object of the present campaign. Philadelphia where he is a student in
                —The Mozart Musical Society will                                                                                                                                               The bill at ~Lcew's New_ Rochelle
            give its regular monthly concert at                            It is the duty-of every member to the University of Pennsylvania. Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                                             Theatre which has been given since
            Trinity Parish House              on       Monday co-operate with the officers in furnish Wallach has been spending his Eas- Thursday evening is an exceptionally-
            evening, April 29. The program will ing to the secretary names of pro- ter, vacation with his brothers in this good one." Vaudeville numbers, in-
            be followed by dancing.                                   spective members to the end that their city.
                                                                      section of the county may be fully re-                                                                                 cluding a splendidly acted sketch and
                                                                                                                                          —Mr.     and     Mrs.      Montgomery
                —Flandreau Post Woman's Relief presented' in the membership.                                                   List Schuyler, of 256 Winyah avenue, arc a first-rate musical act.- arc pressed
                                                                                                                                                                                             hard for stellar honors by some of the
            Corps, plan a ladies' '"smoker" and en- of members elected since January 1st, expected to return from Mexico on best and most up-to-date motion pic-
            tertainment in the G. A. R. rooms,                             Anson.Bald..-in. Joseph C. Baldwin, Mav 19.                              They have - been visiting tures -seen here in several weeks.
            city hall, next Tuesdav evening, at the Jr., Chas. G. Banks. Lawrence L. Bar- their son. -Montgomery Schuyler, Jr.
            close of their regular meeting.                            nard, Aroldo Barbarcsi, Albert M.                                  —The condition of Deputy Tax As-                           A T O T S BIRTHDAY.
                                                                       Bedford, Samuel R. Bell, Rev. James s;-sor                                Msrtin Traugott, who has
                 —James S. Palumbo (formerly at Berg, Presley E. Bisland, Frederick been very ill at his home on Coligni                                                                        The fifth birthday anniversary of
            the Hotel Gramatan), shaving and K. Blanchard, J. A. Blanchard. Philip avct.ue. is reported to be much im- Delmar V. Hughes, son of Mr. and
            hair cutting parlor,. N o r 9 Lawton                       Bracnder, FAIW E. Broome, Chas. W, proved, although it will be some days Mrs.                                                 Patrick A. Hughes, of Syca-
            street. Four experienced barbers al- Bryan, Wm. W. Burgess, W. Addi- before he will he able to be out again. more Park, was cclcbratc.v by that
                                                                       son Burnham, Nathan A. Campbcli,                                   —Mrs.-MahcUEffcrcn. of New Ro- young ecntlcman with a party on
            ways in attendance.             Electric mas-
                                                                       Rev. Chas. F. Cancdy, Robt. P. Car- ehellc. who has been spending the
            sage a specialty.—Adt.                               tf penter. Chas. A. Cass, William H. Dast week at the home of her parents. April 8. Delmar's young friends re-
                                                                                                                                                                                             port the finest kind of a time.
                                                                       Clayton. Joseph CIcndenin, Peter Col- Mr. and Mr*. James E. Rockwell, cf
                 —The Y. M. C. A. boat house will lins. Walter King, Coolcy, Edw. J. 17 Grace Church                                                          street,        returned
            Ro" into commission May 1.' New- Cordial, J. W. R. Crawford. Henry- home on -Sunday.—Port Chester Item                                                                                 Established February, 1898
            shower baths and lockers have been Darlington. William C. Dickcrman,
            installed.      The "house will .be open Geo. E. Drckinson,


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   U
                                                                                                                  Richard     Edic,
            for members as soon as'the float is Walter H. Elandrcsu, Geo. F. Fl?n-                                                           PELHAM BAY PARK R. R.
             rcadv.                                                    dreaux, M. W. Fiynn, Louis Frankcl,
                                                                        H. Q. French. Geo. W. Fuller. Ellis                               The Assembly has passed the Sill
                 —The Ladies' Aid Society of Salem
                                                                        W. Gladwin. Chas. Hammond. Win- of Assemblyman Caughian, giving me
             Kaptist Church will hold a rummage field I- Hayes. Arthur Garficl;i Hays.
             sale April l>. 26 and 27. in the vacant Allen. Hazcn, Frank J. Hermes. Mil- New York Board of Estimate and
             More at 198 Main street. Mrs: Percy ton C. Herrmann, Edward IT. Huf- Apportionment the right to permit
             Clark wiiL have charge and provide
             • f,r donations.
                                                                                                                                        the extension of a surface railway
                                                                        r.agcl. Ncison Hume. S. C. Hunter, linc across Pclhsn-. Bay Park, in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Wines and Liquors
                                                                        Beverley S. King, Frank C. Koch, Bronx.                                                                               Are justly famous for their unvarying
                 —John E. Kleist and Alfred C. lohn Kress. Adolph Lcwisohn. Geo.                                                                                                              good quality and honestly low prices.
             Shaw have formed the firm of Kleist E. Mathews. Fred L. Mcrritt. Chas.                                                         MAYOR'S APPOINTMENTS.                                                                                                        EVERY M O T H E R IN N E W R O C H E L L E AMD VICINITY IS
                  Sh.iw. architects                      i'.!
                                          They will open D. Millard. Jtrc Millcman. Stephen C.                                                                                                You can ssve money here and depend j                            I N V I T E D T O VISIT US AND INSPECT T H I S N E W DEPARTMENT.
             'i*. oft, -e in the new building of the Milictt. Mark B. Mingay, William                                                      Mayor     Waldorf     hpjs appoinlcd on good quality. Better goods for                                             W H I C H W I L L B E D E V O T E D SOLELY T O T H E DISPLAY AND
             Trctipel Shaw Realty Company. Ma- Mitchell. Oscar E. Morton. Arthur George W. F.bcr'e as commissioner
              Tttroncc. and will also maintain an Lee Newton. O. A. Olscn, W. U. Par- of deeds lor two years from Aoril less money than elsewhere, at                                                                                                         SALE O F L I T T L E TOT'S A P P A R E L AND DRESS ACCESSORIES.
             '•fficc in.New York City.—Port Chcs- sons, James Patterson. Harry R. 16.                                                         The Mayor appointed, also. Ed-                                                                                             A GENEROUS SECTION O F T H E STORE HAS BEEN S E T
             icr Item.

                 —The Tcrpsjchorcan classes
                                                                         Patton. Edwin H. Peck. Thos. W. ward Marshall hotel inspector under
                                                                         Poindcxtcr. Thomas J. Powers. Jr.. the exci.-o law.
                                                               held Samuel I. Preston. Daniel G. Reid.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           42 Mechanic Street
                                                                                                                                                                                              No Bar. Orders Delivered Promptly.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              APART FOR T H I S P U R P O S E . AFTER HAVING BEEN THOROUGHLY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               REMODELED                    AND T A S T E F U L L Y                           DECORATED                           IN W H I T E
              Ibcir closing cotillions at Republican John Ruddiniar., Henry W. Sackctt.                                                        HUGUENOT CHAPTER.                                                                                               ENAMEL. H E R E W I L L B E E X H I B I T E D A LARGER VARIETY
              Cnn Hall, on Friday afternoon and George A. Slater. Kclscy Smith. C. D
              c-.cnini;.    The souvenirs were hand- Spalding. Arthur A. SwSr.cy, Samuel                                                                                                                                                                       O F INFANT'S AND L I T T L E CHILDREN'S W E A R THAN HAS EVER
                                                                                                                                           The Huguenot Chapter. D. R.. was
                  rated dance orders by Miss T - l - _ F. Swinburne, Mosrs Taylor. J. i . well represented at the concert given
                       .  .          •      •     •» r -
                                                              Elsie T * C - . ' ,                  . r             -r*  I     *   -                                                                                VliH R»«trk                                 B E F O R E BEEN SHOWN IN N E W R O C H E L L E .
              priegs. one of the pupiis. The danc- Thill. Jas. K. Van Brunt. Rob. B. bv the Mo7art Society at Germania                                                                                         Ctirfcl Ailerlloa
              '~7 wis in charge of Miss Ethel Ward. Frederick E. Wc«:ks. Fred A. Mall last week. Pan of the net pro-                                                                                                                                                      T H I S D E P A R T M E N T W I L L N O T BE CONDUCTED ON T H E
              Towner, assisted by               Miss                                                                     "
                                                              Marie Wcnck. Wm. W. White. M . i.. Wil- ceeds, was given to the Chapter for                                                                                                                     T H E O R Y T H A T "ANYTHING IS GOOD ENOUGH FOR T H E
              G:ccn. both of Columbia university.                        son. Irving W. Young. W. W. Yo:inc. :!ic Jacob Lcisler Statute Fun-.i.                                                  Tel. 152      GREEN STAMPS.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               CHILDREN." CN T H E CONTRARY. W E SHALL M*.KE EVERY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          E F F O R T T O MAKE AND K E E P T H I S T H E R E A L HEADQUARTERS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          FOR T H E O U T F I T T I N G OF SMALL C H I L D R E N . T H E GREATEST
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          CARE AND T H O U G H T W I L L BE USED IN BUYING AND SELECT-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ING GOODS. T H U S MAKING POSSIBLE GENEROUS                      ASSORT-
                                                                                                                                                                          *>vi l u x !                                                   > J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          MENTS AND A W I D E RANGE OF Q U A L I T I E S . AT T H E L O W E S T
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          CONSISTENT PRICES.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          IN T H E STORE. A PERSONAL INSPECTION W I L L BE MORE
                                                                                                                                                                          A"LSO A T AI.L TEXTS A F U L i U N E O r                                                        CONVINCING THAN ANYTHING W E CAN SAY.
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