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THI EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1912.
NIC. PIER BURNS
fright Train on Eleventh Ave-
nue Blocks the Fire Fight
BfcWILY IN GREAT PERIL.
Barge Captain, Wife and Chil
dren Overcome by Smoke,
Carried to Safety.
A long, cumbersome freight train on
ths Eleventh avenue tracks of the New
Tork Central ltallroad prevented fire
ajrpartus from getting to the trant
tor bridge of the Central llnea at
gge foot of Writ Twenty-third ttreet for
tVtern minute, tu-ilay, and a a rem.!
of Ihla delay what might otherwise
uav been a trifling blaie waxed Into a
full-Crown three-alarm Are that re
quired the services of all the city flre
hoais on the North river front, belli.
Om New York Central's fleet of seven
The fire was illtvovered ihortly after
U o'clock by Frank Walsh, bridge ten
der, an I Foreman Dnnohus, and aa near
as they could determine It wai caused
by sveiks fioin the stvk of an engine
which had run out on the transfer
bridge to be loaded on a barge. This
imiwfer bridge Is mure In the nature
f a ferry slip than a bridge. The
karges upon which engines and cars are
tarried over the river are run Into It.
At the time the lire broke out the
bridge contained two trains of cars and
The firm battalion of lira apparatus,
eunipanled by a hospital ambulance,
had to wait a ijuarter of an hour on the
Mat aid of Eleventh avanue while a
fcetgh train trundled oast, although all
ggs trme the frantic firemen could sea
Ilka avsufca and Harass from ths burning
4tok whirling higher. Deputy Chief
Bhtillll who followed them, sent in the
alarm, which brought Chlsf Kan
ado took personal charge.
JSfe aoon aa the companies could gat
da its water front, they bant their at
tarts oa tbe sarvags of the barges
Wtitcb. were In the slip and which had
ajrttan toad 1 7 scorched by this time,
ayroup&ed as they wars by flames.
IwSLh the aaSaaSbacos of ths crews of
the flrsboaits ths barges ware hauled
oat and ths hose Unas were then con
oaotratod on ths plsr Itself, with a view
t keeping ths firs from spreading to
surrounding plsrs. At the height
of the excitement four ftramen were
thrown Into ths water by the col
lapse of part tf the bridge, but thsy
ware all rescued by the crew of the
flreboat New Yorker, which, with the
JsjD.es Duans and Thomas Wlllett, had
steamed up to help the railroad com
pany's private Meet.
Despite the ulfort of the fire fighting
forces, the Q amaa caught hold of the
ajtfntof ; York Central Tier, No.
73, at the foot Of Thirty-fourth street, a
freight shed, where considerable quan
tities of oil were stored. And from
liar 73 they rapidly leaped toward l'lsr
:;, .belonging to tho Italian line. For
tunately, there were no vessels of the
line In port, but f""r scows belonging
to the municipal gOVI rnment were towed
out of danger by togs while the jA.r
nipertntendent, cni.t. Dlstmons, got his
men In hand, laid down hose lines, put
gangs on the roof und kept both roofs
and walls of the sliueturo wet tu pre
vent thorn cat -hlng flri from the hall of
sparks that drifted OVor Irani the ad
loinitig New Yn-k Central piers.
BARGE MAN'S FAMILY UNCON
SCIOUS. While the property involved did
figure muon above H0O,MG In value,
hra was a highly -"I" "SCUlSr one
dangerous for the firemen,
Shortly after the fire slatted It was
discovered that the New Vorlt Central
barge Ludlow, aboard which wen- Cast
August l'elli .in. I IiIj wife Mary und
their tWO ehlllr. n, Maty, aged len, and
irsne, aged nine, wai In a pookel ad
joining the main pier Tl Lleul, John
lleenan a id rlreman Merrill got onto
ths Ludlow IM1 groped through the
thick amoks nrhUh hung over It to the
shore end ot the barge when the) found
ths easts In and his faintly, all of whom
had been overcome
The two tti man oontrlved to drag !h
four line neelout forme i'1 the itai i,
whsr the) ; 'i ' lent to the firebox l
iuane, aboard which craft the Delka
were rat I if od),
The tire I 1 Up blialnege In the entire
district .i Unli l thai pjft of ths w iter,
front. i''."e enftnre anJ tmhulgncsi
were nnnvded for ar-vcral blocks In
Thirty-fouii;, urset, and wen worked
gas beevara oa the ni trbj piers I reame
distance in sach dlrsetlon ipravln
water on the roofs gi t r n vlng good,
beyond ths bulkhead line H Cut"
kins, ass stent t el thi t part
men I of Tiorke. SSnl half d len of h!"
Inspecton to "'"'' t
doaks. train. over
Eleventh avenue trseki
Ike i'i Hilars
s fter the p .as mf ,o r in in-i -r i i-.il i w
,f ,,. ion - i ral i Which
l delay In gettl i t" i
rvroohue of tin. h'i
Thlrty-sevet i'i gtref
into the et gtnser '
to haul out of the
I stail-n had Join'- 'd
cab ind forced hi ii
way of the waiting
THOMAS A. BRENNAN ILL
Asssatblymnn gasToplag From At
taok nf Anpendlc ll's.
Aes.imblyrnsn Thomas A Rrsnnin.
eouneel for tr Htae Health Commis
sioner In the prosecution of violators of
the Cold Htmaae law. la critically I"
from appendicitis st his home, No. 180
Last Ninety.nnt street.
TYr. Jamss G MaKsnglS, who 1' n'tend
Ing Brennsti, save hit patient will ptob.
aMy reoovcr, but that It will be wtoke
before hs It n it again. Mreni an hat
ptseeeutlons pending s'l ever tns mats
wtgsh will tvavs to be adjujratd.
OM RIVER WHEN
Marriages Made Happy
By Ability of Brides to
Keep House Properly
'The Most Important
Bit of Advice I Have for
the Young Wife It That
She Should Know How
to Do Every Bit of Work
in Her Own Home,"
Says Mrs. Charles E.
Marguerite Mooer$ Marshall.
Why la a happy marriage?
The mother-in-law Jest Is positively
hoary. Tst does Its heroine always cut
such an unspsakably funny figure? I
remember that Mrs. Kathleen Norrls,
author of "Mother," once eald that her
sole piece of advlco to a young man
seeking a wife would be, "Consider her
mother." There are mothers-in-law no
more gracious and I ivable than their
cold title. And there are Mothers, whose
daughters some lucky young men marry.
rtome young women are "born house
keepers," some achieve housekeeping
'with assistance), a great many have
housekeeping thrust uiwn them. In the
twM of any one of these last the hap
less husband must blame his on' her -in law,
If he wants to be logical and go
baok to first principles. On the other
hand, he owes his wife's mother a debt
of gratitude If he marries a young per
son from the second clans of our classi
fication. I believe that It is perfectly possible
to be born with a real genius for do
mesticity, a genius which, like any
other, needs comparatively little Instruc
tion and formulates Its own rules. Uut
with most young womi n the combined
art and science of happy home-making
xlets only as a rudlmenlsry talent, and
a latent one. It needs caroful Instruc
tion and encouragement, and surely the
natural Instructor Is one's mother.
ALL HAIL TO THE MUCH ABUSED
That's why, despite the comic sections,
I feel almost inclined to give the reason
for a happy marriage In one hyphen
ated word, "Mothsr-ln-lawl" I feel sure
that 1 should find at least one supporter
In Mrs. Charles K. Orlflln, one of the I
captains of the Housewlvss' League, and
herself wife, mother and home-maker.
"The first, last snd most Important
bit of advice I have for the young wife
la that she should know how to do every
bit of the work which has to be dona ;
In her own home," began Mr.'. QrUBa.
"It's a true saylnjj that n greae. general
must first have been a good servant. It
Isn't enough that the young wife should
know the theories of home economics,
she should have had plenty of sound,
"And yst whers. In New York at
least, will you hud the bride with this
experience? And who Is to blame but
hsr mother? I wish somebody would
write a book about the Tuor American
Mother. I honestly am afraid to think
about this next geraeratlon of young
aomtn; I don't know what they're com
lng to. Their mothers seem to have lost
all control over them.
MOTHER SHOULD TRAIN HER
DAUGHTERS TO WORK.
"In a enss. the American mother Is
good to her children; that Is, she is
Indulgent toward them, even if sue has
to deny herself. But she Is bringing
them up to be selrtsh and pleasure
loving and Idle. The common excuse la
that the girls have so much to do In
their sohool work that they can't help
at home. Hun t these s hooigttis llnd
time to go out on the street with boys
In Me afternoons and to go to ball
antes and matinees? Of course they
Sol And Is there any reason why they
shouldn't devote u Utile of this time
to learning simple hoUlt '.'"Id d'ltles?
"Many women with two or Hires
or mors ssrvants bagau their
wedded Ufa without any. Mow can
they tsll that UUtS daughters may
not bs similarly clrcunstar.osrtt
Ths daughter of a well-to-t'.o man
friqusntly marries a bsvcl-w or'.Uul .
clever young fellow with ISOSUsat
prospects but a small UaOWSi Un
ites ths parsnts .re ho, si.ssly
snobbish thsy approve the mats.
Yet what sort of wife fcr 'hat
younir BUM will the fly) make If she
hae never been trxlu.i' to do any
thing?" "What do you BonsltTer the lowest
Income on which two youiv; people
should baglnT" i asked.
"1 should say that ILM year wee
a goo i, liberal aunt." replied Mrs, lrlf
.in, "tl the ivin knows how 1 1 manage,
I know of at Kt'i one young couple
doing very nicely mi that Th- y pay
about Iii a van h rent, and yel have
m,...,.v .i'..i.e the.:- 1 1 I o if exintis i for a
serial n r.imber of s-i.all pleasures. I '
know "f another family of five i pie
who ha . i
were beautifully ed I 'Sted, and one la a
fine singer. The other a finished pianist.
The mother te a vvutnun uf great ex.
I utlve ability and s v 'let' rmlna
tlon, and It It rh" Who h.-rt brought
t... who! fa rlly through,
"if one wanton egg da ail that on
MM0 a year, an dher WO MM Odd live
sUh her husband on W.IM f"t the same
, er.od I hsve myself proved that some
tli'ngs f in he aooantPllahed by careful
mail - Itrnt. It Is generally admitted
tint meat has doubled In price In the
last three regre. but my family meat
bill hue remained the sirne. W a week.
I have three men to oook for. too H it
we in .-- have meat for brogkfagti and
never f ir lonch saeepl to use up - irgg
trifle left from last night's dinner
STUDY THE GARBAGE PAIL AND
"The young wife can save much on
her mrnu, If the only Will. Let her
tsidy the dietary Tablet of vegetables,
frul la and null I jet hsr leg.1t to buy
rnastt that will latt for three meals.
Instead of hlgh-prlcd chopt that .r
'nntirmsil st one Just a study of tlr
garbage Plle in this Slty will rsmvlnc
one ef the dally waste In housekeeping.
Alxnet a whols loaf of bread, praetl-
ally ail of a dish of vsgstablet left
frrm dinner, :1 boiled potatost that
Ihsutd have been cut up and frled
Itisaa are c immon alghte.
"To make her marriage truly happy,
1 1 im 1
1 1 I
t'" c M . viJ
a young wife should have her own I
strong Individual sense of what Is right, j
anu ,lo her best to live Up to It. Then
she won't always be looking at other
women and trying to copy their ways
of doing things. Bhe will be honest
and fair With her husband about spend
ing the money he works so hard for;
she will take the question of expend
iture seriously Instead of heedlessly.
And she will of her own fres choice
curb her personal extravagances In
dress and amusement, for the sake of
ths Joint enterprise, tho Home."
SET THIRTY FIRES,
cnn nf Former Hire Chief
Caused Terror in New
ORKENFIBI.n, Mass., Aug. 1" .-Declaring
that he hid set thirty fires In
hotels and public hulldlnga In I'onnectl
cut and Wi stern Massachusetts within
the last four months, Hern. ml 0. Mur
ray, son of a former Fire Commissioner
of Hartford, Conn., made an alleged
confession to chief of Pslloa Thomas
M arming last night.
Among the fires which Chief Manning
says Murray admits being responsible
April H Wuterhury, Conn., City Dull
and Chelsea lintel.
May at Oreenfleld, Mass., Taylor
block und HoUillaf House.
June 1 -Turners Falls. Mass., Brand,
Trunk llotoi and Alien block.
June 8 llreenfleld, -Mass., Cenral
.1 mis K -Turners Falls, Vlsdlsh Hotel
and lUrtlett block.
June 3 North Adams, Mass., Wilson
July I and within a fow days uftsr
that Eighteen first in and about aTpiing-
Murray, who is twenty-four years old.
s.i.d In explanation of the arts to which
he confessed; "I could not rsalal an im
pulse to do it. although i realised the
The lives "f hundreds of persons were
p'a otd In Jeopardy hy Ins tiret which
Murr.iv de Hret he started, and the
tots! proper;-.- loss g estimated by local
officials at about ll.OOO.MO,
While he greatest monetary SM wis
oaused by the Wilson House tire In
Norci AdnntS, where BSVSral business
blocks wen ait" burned With a total
loea of SMo.060, the most tpsctaoular was
in Waierbury, Conn Murray, accord
ing in Chief Manning, admits hattna
tartsd the Tie tint threatense to d
stray the ny llall anothay in tin
Chelsea Hotel. nm a d xen more the
same night. Wat' rbury v.' a a In a lists
I nf terror baoauta of the r.res and the
ntllltln was ordered out. Tag total Brs
damage in Waterbury c;at night his
been .Titlnta. d at ?:
In the Wilson flouts 'Ire trvsrSl per
aon. h.g narrow e. -ii...s. Murrsi layi
be first Ittrted ' bls;:e In the liasement
of the hotel, then ran to iin ither room
in I star'.. 1 i second, retuniliig to 11 8
qiteneMng the first tire. Rath
got ueyon t ontroi ana me tn.iei was
wrapped In flviues. whl e Wilson . ivs h-
gssl tied in paving 'he hotel fum.ture.
BIO WELCOME FOR CRAIG
PKTROIT, Auk I" - Itllpb Cralg win
rer of the lno and 2"1 un tie raegg
Olympic guiies at Htoebholga, w
mi did an ei.thuiiaatlc rsceptlon by the
iltlzito. of Detroll when he arilvtd
home tu-dij The raoaptlog was In
rhnfgl nf legdlttg buglnsaa nien and
athletes of the city Among those In
the receiving line e-e Hugh Jennings.
manager of the iietmit American
IsMg . bgsebgll team I Tyrus Cobb und
.l ike ritahl, manager of t n- Boston
American uaggus team cralg has gn
flounced that he will ngVgr gggln take
put In big gthlgllS events, but will de
vote his entire time to business.
JANITOR KILLED IN CHURCH?
Harry r'mall, forty-five years old. an
aaslstan' Janitor at the ProtSalanl Bpta.
eopal ' hutch of the Incarnation, No. am
Hast Thirty-first street, fell down a
flight of stairs leading lo ths cellar of
ths church wlillo fixing lUhts before a
service last mght. his skuii wiw frac
tured ant he was dead before medlcul
No one saw t ie man fall, hut the
teuton, Georg. Bloom, and the organist
A t.--. Kimmel. tniasel him gnd after
a ttaroh foun the body The textun
laid hs answ little of tht man. lis had
a rem at the church.
DOING $1 ,000,080
MAMA -L I
TAFT SENDS KNOX
TO JAPAN FOR THE
Secretary Goinr In State, as
Special Representative of
Washington, Aug. 10 Secretary
Knox to-dsy wos design it ,1 by I'rcV-
I dent Taft a special representative ef
I the I'nltffd Htates a,t the funeral of Mut
1 suhlto. the late SwSPSfWf of Japan, and
will leave Washington for San r'rnn
' laeo Sad the uri.-nt nest Thursday.
The funeral will be held Spt V!. Mr.
j KlIOS Is expected back in this rountry
L ariy in October,
e,retsry Knox and his party will
' leave rVatt le on
the armored cruiser
1 PStmsi Ivanla. The thirty will leave
Washington next Thursday and leave
BeaUtl Immediately upon arrival. The
snip win steam direct to TsJaohansa sad
the pass.ige probably will Inks about
eighteen days. The voyage Is about
t.iUO mil, and to preserve hsr supply
of coal for the long trip ths Penn
sylvania will not make any faster speed
than about ten knots an jtour.
It was admitted at the State TVpart
ment to-day that while In Japan Mr
Knox would see and talk with Viscount
I'OIMdn, Minister of foreign AfTelps
The Viscount was formerly Amhasasdoi'
at Washington lie and the Hevrctaiy
of Htste are personal fronds.
A rear-ndmlral of the navy, and
and either a major-general or a briga
dier of the army probably will be as
signed as aides to Hecretary Knox. It.
S. Miller, Chief of tlie Division of Far
Eastern Arfulrs of the Mtate Depart
ment, probably will act as the secre
tary. Mrs Knox will accompany her
Prasldsnt Taft, announcing the plan,
let It be known that he wished thu
retary ot the State to attend Hi
Emperor's funeral to allow ths Mend'
- ' I""-!' ui Japan
and the JapHtu se people
Secretary KnoXS mission will lie
performs at e tlm. when at least ona
question of much Interest to the
I nlLed 8tntsH In iieiidlng h, ths Fsr
llust. It Is the case of the Clean
mlstloniirles. In which several Ameri
cans have been accused by natives of
having been Impllcat.d In a plot to
assassinate the Governor-General of
Cores, So far no official correspond
ence Is known to have passed betwe n
the two countries on the subje-t,
though it Is of grave Interest.
The recently reported understand
ing between Japan and Itussla to
govern their altitude toward China,
also makes Mr. Knox's visit to Jups.ii
a timely one.
Commissioner Sullivan, Homo
From Stockholrn (iames,
Calls Knglish Poor Losers.
Jame K. Sullivan, Commissioner t
the Olympic athletic' events at StOOb'
holm, returned ttils tiiornlng on tin
l.'eltlo. With him were Matt W. Hajpoi,
manager of the ARtgriOgg Irani, Daniel ;
o 1'urnt, assistant commissioner; nam
oaWgrtg, who was In the Mi.'sjo-metfr
race; Jaun-s M H nh.rijer. who was
in the MSaaater raosi Bd Hens, who
alto finished in the lo. 00-meter event;
A. T. Meyer, RhO was leoond In ths
lim-meter dash, and Aoel It. Klvl.it,
aaoortd In the l,MSntelsr r o e.
Tns returning athlet - were nsl st
Quarantine by the tug C. P, llaymond,
on buaid of vvlil.h grore inure than l"i
of the.r friends. As the Ug w- nt along
side, the band played "The Btgr
spanglid Ttatiner," uti.l every man on
ship und tug stood with l it..' h. td
while the members of "Ths fink Lady"
oornpnny sang lbs psfyaln.
"We come home well sat letted with
our trip," said Mr Bulllvsn. In thu
principal events we Went gftay vvu
beat tho World i d we in nil) AMMM
friends The Bngllsh people took a
SONG AND CHEERS
very unsportsmanlike attitude gn4bsgch as WI
aocepted their defeat with vers noor Goxigoif.
grace, They wen- nut disgruntled so
much at th. AjnartOanS KM tn.y were j
at the Itnna ami gwadei always I
neat them, so thsy are Uesd I'1 It. and j
we:.- prepared for tt this time. Wei
vv'.n eight;, -five events, Kihl.tnd twenty- '
nine Bftd 'he Knglish only fifteen
-With respect to statements r'gaui-'
;ng our alleged pom showing In the
ill-tine'- events. I dlHllgiee with them.
I think we did very wall m t of
twelve starters In the Marathon, ttn ,
ir boys were among the first
twenty to finish Wn wan 'ht leading
nation in sii events,
' organlaatlon, the dufh
nd v !
' "por the iag( world mei t it is my
belief the mvnag.-ment I'cnild be Ijjlci
national In character Thr. It no crt'.l-
elem agalnal the Swedish management,
Th., latter was fait in all respectt and
Ihielr treiitment of ut of the ve,-y
I belt. Hut It will he mucu more BgtltV
factory If the mating ment be mads S
Igrnatlonalli snd then I in OOUld he no
I objections to the rules and Hie picking
i nf events, There could be no lome.back
I on the part of any on" In such ' Ir -inn-
.,!: ". Itverybody would be satisfi.-C
and there could be n i doubt a to meilt
prevailing on all Sides."
n.nt nf 1 1 a ..''i'lti "'indltlnn
nf t'learlng Mouse imnkt ft- ri, tveak I ehoepl f'w grsal apartment hnusi
hawi Hint h. haiika hiit gi,TSa,tM I asglt are undertaken in the luhtjpgga
reaarvg in esagi "f ivg'i rsQUlrgoignti st-tinnt, nitus glgng the heal ipgn
Thlt Is ari Igoregas f BJI,BV In tht si' llpalk gra rising in value- It Is
proportionate oaah reasrvi a. osm pared evident that mueh t iht igrrlton t
ivlth last wove. I he opened by the dual system will ba
Buildina of the Home
As a Matter
Expert in Development
Along the North Shore
of Long Island Says
Section W hich Parallels
Manhattan and Bronx
Will Have Wonderful
By BRAM WELL DAVIS.
Me Ads fieen file in BSaSjig rssl-
'fenttrii j,iiair, aprfieafarli in th
f.rrf IVorS "iJ.'s se-lios.
fmpravsraewts in transit nfr..r the beat
foundation for the enhancement ef ho ne
territory In the suburbs.
Home builders and buyars should
study the problem of transput t it ..n
thoroughly I pon It depends in i large
measure their success from the finam-l il
side of their operation Kvery home
"n.r warns w see ms property inrre ,.e
in value, ami l lie surest way to g, t
homes that will be worth tnor. every
year Is to buy In the path of the SSSl
New York home seekers lis v. ptai
tlcally exhausted the old northward ave
nues uf population movement. Hand
some private homes In exclusive districts
with plentv of land, tight and air, also
gooil neighbors, are not so ujetitlful SS i Wat alm mt under wsv after the north
they used to be on the northward line , ward sites toi l respited a ton high level
unless one goes far outside of ths clty"r 1'rh'ee. but It was halted by the
boundaries. , I'ennsvlvanla Railroad.'' const i m tton of
The north end of Manhattan and the ..i'"'" T' " atriUtS tlSOtrto
llr,o, SSM All,,,, fsusl tvi.ll. ih. .rT
Whit. is.. aw
much mors spacs for hoinss. It it of
ths crowded kind, and the charactor of I
development la going rapidly to the'
flat house order, with the residents rent
ing rather man buying their living
MANY HOME SEEKERS TURN TO
New transit Is tiiriSug ISS most ex
clusive home-seekers into the Long
Island section. Families In coinfortahls
i Olrcumttancee have been partial 10
homes along the shore front ever since
New York first began to grow and
spread. Such private estae. el dwellings
arc impossiuie in .i anna 1 1 an anu mosi
I Parte "f the llronx now on account of
,h g.Vilt pgpuiatlon density and ths
I , of , ,,, ( lmnp r a,Hr.
""' 10 uft" . only
territory where large m jets of fam-
Uea can find such aSSlUSlVS shore front
From this viewpoint the movement to
Long Island Is sure to become very im
portant. There must Iki much com
petition In the near future fin- the best
sites In fact, fur all good sites. This
meant ttetdy, tifbttantl.il rnhanoeiiiant
In land values.
At the homo buyer i seeking Just such
favorable conditions, It is evident that
Long Island most be DOnaktsred first
'and foremost from the eeonomiciil side
Of the suburban home building inove-
' Much new optlmutm on the part of
Long I si. i ii operator! Is based upon
I lie promise that the long-loked-lor
electrlflcatlon of the North Hnore divi
sion uf the Long Island llatlroad grill
be completed before New Year s. Those
who have been studying the North Shore
sectl m recently have found u revelation
In new, attractive boinus. Much nf It
Is called the Riverside Inlve of Long
Island. There are few spots within the
I commuting tone that can compel. It i
the MOtlOfl and there has I n clearly
demonstratsd awakening to Its a, Ivan-
tages. which include sn plsvallon BO
I high that from many palntl the entire
'.kv line uf Manliattaii Is plainly vlsll'l-
-TREMENDOUS STRIDES AMONG
Great Ve -k Hills, Oraal ffpok Villa,
lOreat Neck Lstates snd Kensington
hive shown tramsndoua brides p, me
lust few years. I'nigresmn npereiors
have Invested vast sums thsrs for Im
provsntsntS he aus. they bad great faith
In Its future.
Residents have done their utmoal to
keep out manufacturing Huns and have
succeeded well. The future is atrlotly
tlt.i f a bone cdony. snd th. di-ruand
for 0 ineplOUOUl Bitog is Increasing.
Realty values have steadily advatced.
largely dlle to t - unwillingness nf own
erg of Isri'e estates to put Willi thru
holdings 1 feel gultn positive thai
there would have In hi even greater a
Ilvlty If old owners Would have gold
their properties to progreesivs, tner
astlfl develooers, who are the menu-
f,, Hirers of real estate -the tneti MftiO
make it possible for thOSS (hat llv In
t:,.. eongested olty to find homes wnsrs
r slur.- provides .ii of its hsatth-glvlng
Many great ImPfgVentggta ars Undey
way. froimrty owngra bordering :i M.-in.
hass.t itsv hgve aomblned and tub
sen ied glial.': to convert 'h meadow
lands into a wntrrfrout park surround,
lug a canal 2,100 (eel long, - wide,
with, a di Sth uf 1! feat at high tide
There will In- bi'h'outes along the
as do ks
urses and Loinls courts ire
evervwhers go an- prlvtt. yacht olubg.
1'hs healthful atmosphere of the suelal
life of om davs i. ohgygotgrlstle. To
these Igglltlltlo, ' hav been ailed tin
eoutitrv clubs and thu retort Rotate
n.ar by 'hit mike Inviting stopping
places '"r M outing t v host or motor
r a walk "ei thr hill. Tennis, yacht
ing snt bathing sr. the mist popuUtf
summer dlver-lmit which n be fo in
IhrOUghOUt Ibis sectl r, The ST" IggSg
nf the chirms that make life attractive
m ths suburb!
Buck Improvements are prln Ipal v
for th. comfort and c invsnjon f 'hi.
n'ltll " There 'H -el O'lfsii'in in II in
V. ai...... I,.. Ih.. ill frv. lsv .
I i. .mmiIMi to Ns a- Vnrk I' nr.. .
Ilealty parallels Manhattan Island and
the lli .rim. nd list begun a develop,
ment that "III be ut as wonderful aa
that of those two boroughi
"TOtraaa ' rapid iran.lt proJaoU con-
tmuei to nm in. mam inmi.n on
I nildsuinnn-r really. Uuslue.t is row I
ina the h'lmi masses uut nf .Manhattan
tteadlly and prw tiuaiiy an new buiii
tn apargllnai el I he residential hind
"'led wit:, population before the new
lh.es are ready for full eervles.
wiiiiam k. Harmon la ronRdenl that
ih nasi Kg land boom wit ! m
Hroobtyn. He mid to-day IWd t
the recent part, whp h Wsra eeded .11 -rat
Illy that way. had been lids-tracked
at the. last tnomant. The first was
sinned Ht n, time of th- greater dty
onvill. latum and was stoppe d by the
building of the subway Into the itrnnx
and Washington li,.a-ht . The aamuad
' 7. " i"o.
'"'. wnis nin--
uussns stow it. . i.... n...u u..t.... ...
t.m la N give HrooUM, til sad mor
than It had ever hoped for In ths WS
of rapid transit.
I're.sure of the flathOUae potnils'loti
re mors room le starting a strong
numiing movement on the old Iiyi-kinan
tra.t at the north end of Manhattan
Demand is m ssssm of supply, aoosrd
lng to chuiies OrURth Moaga and elhar
espetts there. Tney suy It will be bu.lt
up sol'dly noon, leaving no more large
Vgoent trails In Matibaltun for such
Fjtrmin.l II . . ... ... . - ., ., tt-...
I aranwlefs are n. i.uyers of the old
Morris Park tract In the llti.tik Thsy
ure planning lo develop II for homes
I wi h great eii. ipihe an I plsnty of
David P Leahy Itealtv Compnnv sold
, , S , , nV.JVie.
.lay a seven-room bouse, N m: Ashhy
avenue, to K Pedsraon at II ; 7 r. Other
sales this greek laoludsd No. m Brink,
msrsr avtnus, four roam hnuss, to
.lames McLaughlin, f.'.tfli; No. :.'.'7
Boat avenue, elg.room house, to Arthur
It. Allen, , No. Oil Unas aventi".
slmllliir house, to K. Klrbyi No .'.is
lloss uVHiiue, sis-room house, lo .1.
Preston, lots In J. RutSen, M. Love.
Much acreage Is being accumulated
In Suffolk County bv residential oiisr
alors They say It has not advanced
In value In proportion to the spread of
idsmand and inorsass of transit facul
ties. Keekers of nil-year homes arc
covering Nassau County, an.l Hie first
of the overflow Is reaching Suffolk.
Windsor Land and Improvement
punv sum twellt v -oils sites at
ficeanslde. L I. this w-ek, ten at
Floral Park, two at I Irmpslead. fogy
at Roefevllle Centre end seven st
H J McGlnley
in Nraok sold tin
northwest corner at llnuidway and
Main street to-day at III, I. It
jhangjd owners live years ago at
' 1 ''he bull. Mugs are dwellings
I , .
SuSai Bohlsslnger In Newark sold
Jn ' ?roM "-'t. a business build
Tn. n i or it 1 pi r t n IsntS . No ' IMt ' 'l :''d I i i v HI
avenue, the trade Involving llfnn.nim
Ha sold Not lg. Mount Praspsal
avsiuis lo John II lluiin A Moiim. who
win build aparlmenta to est llgo.sgg
n"""". ivs'tae mass en em.
Orange, to Thomas II. Wlnbush
farms at T.akewond In Huoiuel Allen,
at Tennent to llbertlM J Kntse
FATHER A. P. DOYLE DEAD.
Tht Rev Alsgandst f. Doyla, ana of
lh. b.st kiiuwu priests uf the I'aullst
1'alhers. died y.Mciday In Hsu Fran
Claca II" wa.s In this city about thre.
weeks ago on tin- way from Washington
--where he bad broken down froni uver
woi k -to ths cogal.
I ' From tin- lime of his ordination In
I mi gniti ISM Pat her Koyie engaged in
m.ssloiiary work a'l over the country
I til the following Ivvslvs years lis edited
( the Catholic World rnagatlne. was tjrnw
ra' SSSrstary of the catimllu Totsl Ab
stinence Union, oetnbttohed 'h" Cat holts
Hook Bsohangs to. the general dlaaeml.
nation "f t?huruh literature, and srggn
btad lbs Tempera ice Publleallon Huraau
and the Catholic Mlasmnary Union. He
w as tiii t.vs v tart n t
Utttnatti I ii' to i uatisaiBfal d iuis i
Ib-s tj it-.of in 4 ii.if luattolse tl eslsr,
,..'.. w .ft.ii . I l.e .tis'i.rtrj 'iiatltUI lad
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INTEREST & DIVIDEND NOTICES.
fioine tut oi lewa Isf ; ,
I I in.r may ht. t Tha V. erlg aaal Is 1 I
I iatm, tni iS lrats i a -J as I
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B.rUvs vs grin, tie par it.aa
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REAL ESTATf- FOB SALS
SoutYl Ozone Park
8 Homesjust Completed. Price $1,850 to $3650
Terms, $100 deposit, balance $10 per month, buys a
btesUtiAU 6 or 7 room home containing parquet floors,
steam heat, tile bath and vestibule, tlioroughly modern.
iiomk Mtri sin It lis r t it vi a Of Pti tsll. St. mi tin hick. WTI.I.
I I HM.H Sjtl OHM r II vn.st.v Til III II II lllflH IIU HUMS'. M I.KND
Til KM in it MANY l VMS or KUCIHIKX I PRM III fl W il 1.
'u a SMtr I i inoN tin mk is noTHINii tin ii it iv nir 1 1 a a a 1 1
rirv niiivv Mil m it vi r s iitYR hmv iii ii i ami sin. ii is rur PAST
until vrtRK. MHOOLS, till a llts t miiimkh OP AM, kisim, WATKR.
i. to, smut, tiii im 1 1 v . alUMt tl.Ki, i I Mils, PAIII P1HI mrvKivirvt
i wo mvii km ivrKiaa iiaii.y.
IIH ll.l.l stlt V HON OF AM WVanTMRMT IN MH Til 1 171 lr. I'tRK JIOItN
t.OMMVN. NTI KIMIRK, R Hal Ills,. N IMffl. I'I RITIAnKII TWO OT
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fii., tun mi. ai vi oi at, urn. no. mm i.iikman HAa ki rr. rn.i teartnrvi
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US I OS ITU. SI Mini: Hill -Hi.
ANOTHKIt II I.I sI'Htl'ION III PROII'RHJTV IN .ill r II or ON K. rlkli on
III lit MAM Mil. II VI V I'KOIIT III SI I.IMHI.IMI. IOVKHINO IIIK SHORT rsgl"!
in SH trtns. rHRaK irk tnaoLt ra ai is, ami can or. i-kovr.n u
irpuoAtioN in ram coMrAWf,
ai.i. or ot h iniMtJi anu iioMr. mattm UVn Mtta.N am. Earirarvaiv
TO I.HtM AN MI lltllsll-IMr.HII ANN VMI V VI I HI, . H K Kgj nR oat V I
CAM IN KI II I INI IIIK lis I'lIM Ills, till rO SOI Til O.IINK I'tRK n-UH
IO.VIIIMMOVV OH ANY I IMF. MII. I.KAIIY AMI A I OHI's or ISglSTAMTS U I
i in Tlir. PBOfUITY, ANU vki ALWAYS mmiisi. To allow YOl KVKuv
Sill TH llIINK I'VHH IN I.OI'ATril MOt TIIM K.T OP JAwtlPA IN MK't
i on k ins, ivn ii tn g.aaa i n ii ahi r anth. ai.i. or uhom ho roHtai-m.
IN glinSJI 1H ANU MANII A I I AS.
HOW TO OKI' TMKUIC-Tsk. PSMSS Bt. Clly I. In. , lB .n,, rh,B, u,,
Oaeae ITraSllsal trolley, .r. si Plsibush n. L. I, H. h. statt.n inrMhlral. tsN.
Janistea ir Us teat I I l ltiir.,.J Ave. s,k ten tiiw.kt evuih. isk. Soutk Osss
Trsettsa iroii.y te prgpgrtf,
DAVID P. LEAHY REALTY CO.,
N. W. Cor. 34th St. A Broadway, N. Y. C. Phono CrwaUy M16
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
It It', him. b.ols I trla. iteni'i.t
tl'Hjfa. all ' 'i' 1 arissjss .i.r
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A.I he ilWM.H.
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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
BROOKLYN. I WILL SELL
tlawiilt-Kliw On a, hOs, iNMlUflll vtuiri.i H (HW.
for $4 idit. unl) $$UOk1H dill IU r aas-OU
lallf but. n "L au .IA ruinulrs Ui I'i .
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