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HUSBAND FOOD SUPPLY
TB/SCO FUNDS BUX LOW.
General Greely Says Many Repeat
ers Get 'Aid.
San Francisco. May 5.— A conference devoted
to the problem of husbanding food supplies was
held at the Presidio to-day. Among those In
attendance were Major General . Greely, Brig
adier General Funston, Dr. Devine and Allan
Pollak. All present agreed that rigid economy
should be practised In future distribution. After
the conference General Greely said:
The condition of the food supply will render
It possible to issue very little except flour— which
will last ten days — potatoes, coffee and rice. Meat
we are buying In rsiU quantities. I have been
officially notified that the Congressional appro
priation of $2,000,000 has been exhausted in the
purchase of supplies, and I may state that the
money allotted to my use Is gone for the same
purpose. It has been agreed that the supplies
now at hand must be carefully husbanded in
order that they may be diverted into the proper
channels for as long: a period as possible.
We are issuing but two-thirds of the quantity
c! food that was distributed prior to the time
the regular army took charge of the system. The
trams engaged in hauling and distributing have
been reduced from 600 to 262 In number. The
last official report showed that supplies were
issued on Thursday to 261,000 persona, I hope
that to-day's report vtill show rations issued to
fewer than 200.000.
The census ■»: each district la being carefully
computed. I am convinced that there is regu
lar repeating, and since thousands of men are
reported to have obtained employment, there
should be a material reduction in the number
or thope entitled to relief. 1 am willing to di
tniaiah the food supply at any time, but I shall
not take such a step until I am advised by the
We have recommended- the patronage oSrcheap
restaurants, -which may be opened in many
pieces throughout the city, and are certain to
prosper. By furnishing a wholesome meal for
15 cents they will be assured of support by the
■working people and will greatly relieve the sit
uation- ! '■■'•'■'
OFFICER DRIVEN INSANE.
Seeks Suicide After Sercice in Ruins
of San Francisco.
San TTanclßco, May 6.— Captain F. B. Web
gter. of the 21st Infantry, thirty-nine years old,
BjHsiiiptifl to end his life yesterday by cutting
bis throat. He entered the appraiser's build
ing, and. taking a bayonet from a rifle, partly
severed his windpipe. He was taken to the
Presidio Hospital. Ptiyslciana say the officer
Captain "Webster came from Missouri, and has
seen twenty years of service. Physicians say
the attempt at suicide was the result of an un
balanced mind. He had been on duty In the
burned area since the earthquake.
According to official figures, the Southern Pa
cific Company, during the exodus from Ban
Francisco following the earthquake and fire,
carried 300,000 free passengers. This total is
for the nine days from April 18 to April 20. Of
these passengers 67.000 were carried to Interior
California points, 7,684 to other states and 226.
000 to suburban points around San Francisco
Bay. The value of these free transportations Is
f456.001 In addition, during the nine days
mentioned. 185.000 persons paid their way out of
A committee appointed by a mass meeting of
physicians held in this city yesterday issued an
appeal to the people of the United States, say
izig that over ten thousand members of the med
ical profession in San Francisco had lost either
their home, office or books, or all of these, while
aiding the stricken to the recent catastrophe.
This oorcinlttee was appointed to receive contri
butions of medical supplies, books, lnetruments,
oJothes and money.
Ail communications and gifts should be ad
«!re£-»e3 the "Relief Committee of the Physicians
of San Francisco, Marine Hospital, Ban Fran
RECEIVER FOR TRADERS*.
San Francisco Losses Too Much for
Chicago Insurance Company.
Chicago. May 5.— A petition for the appolnt-
Eer.t of a reoeirer for the Traders' Insurance
Corr.psry was filed in the Circuit Court to-day
end Byron i* Smith, president of the Northern
Tnift Company, of this city, was appointed re
ceiver by Judge Julian Mack, of the Circuit
Court, and his bond fixed at $2,000,000. The
application for a receiver was made in behalf of
£Iteen stockholders. including John A. King.
Clarenc* Buckingham. Charles L. Hutchinson,
Abrarn Pool a, "William C. Seipp and George
FturgriK, all wealthy men.
"Yaders" oompany Is one of the largest fire
lriF-jrance companies In the West and Its dis
tress '.s due to the heavy losses sustained In
6a': Fran-is o, the amount of which* was stated
ation for the receiver totbe approx
s3,74B,ooo. It was said the assets will
BBt *xc«ed $3,300,000. In addition to this the
I indebted for flre losses and upon
- to an amount aggregating' ?1 U ,9G2.
these losses are unpaid.
sdlately after the filing of the application
OFFERINGS AT THE STORES.
FOR FURTHER DETAILS, CONSULT THE ADVERTISE
MENTS OF TO-DAY'S ISSUE.
R. H. MACT & CO.. Broadway and Sixth avenue.
Jay stress on a special sale of women's suits, waists,
kiiT-oiK*. petticoats and undermuslins, cotton dress
food* and linens. They also offer special values in
English. Irish. French. Swiss and American white
mode fabrics, ribbons, girls' and misses' coats, in
fants' pd children's wear, embroideries and laces,
«iiks. osTri^h plumes, curtains, bed sets, draperies
and leather goods. They also invite attention to a
«P*cka sale on Tuesday of elks and laces, women's
appar*!. silverware, dinner eet» and glass sen-ices,
bsnitore fur summer homes and groceries.
THE KIEGEL-COOPER COMPANY. Sixth ave
=ue. tftwew isth and l&th streets, calls attention
to a Racial fiale this week of trimmed .^ts. gloves,
tlack lacf and hair dress shapes and silk skirts.
-OHN FORSYTHB. Broadway, between 17th end
ISth Ftre«ts. beginning to-morrow, will hold a -pe
cial «Je of women's spring suits and travelling
c?a:s, lir.Kerie blouses, linens and hand embroidered
HACKETT. CARHABT & CO., Broadway and
Mth street, make a special offer this week of two
jwadred taJlored suite for women and : ml lsses.
Jißgerte ar.d lace and tourist coats, broadcloth ana
Blciiii.n sk ts.
LE BOUTILLIBB BROTHERS, West 23d street,
*=nour.ct a special sale this week of laces, batiste
•Hovers c«at sets Eton Jackets and waist pat
BQGUtI & SEITER, between 21st and 23d
•treeu, Sixth avenue, call attention to a special
■il<s this week of china and cut glass in various
■c r 6
JOSEPH P. M'HUOH & CO.. West «d street.
f-2 held a special sale of furniture for country
A- a. VAXTKE * CO.. Broadway, between
«th and isth streets, offer special values this
**«* in Oriental goods and furnishings for sum
EIi3>.ICH BROTHERS. Sixth avenue and 23d
*jtt. advertise a special Bale of lace.-, batiste and
*Kjroidered linen njheu.
SIMPSON CRAWFORD COMPANY. Sixth ave
£^e. between 19th and »th streets, will hold their
May sales of underwear and French lin
*i«. women's apparel and laces.
. HEAHN, West Uth street, calls attention to a
■SeoaJ eale* this week of sheets and pillowcases.
U W« linens and sets, manufacturers' sample our
*•■ ***. WOUMO'B IllllWi COitBBMp. atlf»T»:'*
for the receiver with the clerk of the Circuit
Court, the attorneys In tho cam entered the
chambers of Justice Mack. Alter hearing the
statements of the attorneys that all of the alle
gations in the application were true, the court
appointed Mr. Smith rocstvsr. and directed that
the order should restrain the company from
doing any business In the State of Illinois until
after the termination of the reeeiverebip.
It was known yesterday that the company was
In trouble, but it was announced and bettered
that its heavy losees In San Franetooo could be
arranged by an assessment against the stock
holders of $200 a share, and as they are all
wealthy it was believed the trouble was at an
end. To-day, however, some of the stockholders
objected to the assessment, and It was decided
to place the company In the hands of a re
ceiver. The company now has outstanding pol
icies aggregating $180,000,000. and the court
was informed that Its present unpaid losses
exceeded the total assets by more than- $600,000.
The officers of the company are: T. P.
Lefens. president ; S. A. Rothermel, secretary,
and S. T. Collins, assistant secretary.
ARMY RELIEF STOPS.
Appropriation Exceeded, Mr. Taft
Tells General Greely.
'Washington, May 6>— A misunderstanding as to
exactly what use ths army Is to make of funds
for ths Ban Francisco sufferers hus arisen, as is
shown In the following dispatches exchanged by
Oensral Greely and Secretary Taft:
Ban Francisco. May 4, 1008.
The Military Secretary, War Department. Wash
Major Devol ts directed by telegraph to deposit
his credit of 5200.000 relief fund, leaving this division
without any means of purchasing supplies and
paying expendlturea already contracted. Request
that this order be countermanded, and Major Devol
be designated as disbursing officer relief fund. Un
less this Is done must necessarily Etop any and
all measures Involving expenditures, not to protect
myself but protect Junior officers of army. Fresh
meat tteing Indispensable for health and special
diet, authorized to-day purchase of fifty thousand
GREELY, Major General, Commanding.
War Department, May 4, 1906.
Greely, Major General, commanding, San Fran
Your dispatch to military secretary concerning
Devol's credit of $8)0,000 received. Unless you make
a showing to me of the amount of material sent
you which is unused, already requested in my dis
patch of to-day, I cannot authorise Devol to spend
money as you request, for the reason that the ap
propriation has already been exceeded. If it be
necessary to obtain meat, I oar. order a remittance
sent from the Red Cross funds. Confer with the
relief association on this subject.
WIL.LJAM H. TAFT, Secretary of War.
The following dispatch was also received from
General Greely, under date of May 4:
The llth Infantry arrived, thus relieving the mili
tary situation. Conditions otherwise remain un
changed from yesterday's dispatches. All reports
called for will be furnished immediately on receipt
of Information from subordinates, who are over
worked. Find difficulty in obtaining time for de
tailed statements. Presume should relieve gradu
WEIGHT WOULD SUCCEED H'CAKBEN.
Ex-Assemblyman Will Fight if the Senator
Decides to Sun Again.
Announcement was made yesterday by ex-As
semblrman Bartley J. Wright that he would be a
candidate for the Senate, to succeed Senator P. H.
MoCarren. Should Senator McCarren, contrary to
his promise, decide to run again next fall, Mr.
Wright says he will be in the field against him,
and feels sure of the support of the antl-McCarren
Democrats and the Municipal Ownership League
foroes in his district. It is probable that one of
Mr. Wright's strongest supporters will be Warden
Patrick Hayes, who, in the reoent reapportlon
ment, has been put into the 7th Senatorial Dis
trict, which is Senator McCarren'B own district.
Rumor also has it that Edward Glinnen. former
Charities Commissioner, and the antl-McCarren
leader in the 19th Assembly District, would Join
in the fight against McCarren.
TENNESSEE BEFUBUOANS HOPEFUL.
Wright Withdraws from Governorship Con
test—Democrats Split by Factional Fight
[By Telegraph to Th* Tribune.}
Nashville, Term., May s.— Asbury WVight, of
Rockwood, formally withdrew to-day from the
race for the Republican nomination for Gov
ernor of Tennessee, leaving the field to H, Clay
Evans, ex-Penalon Commissioner, for whose
nomination a vigorous fight has been started by
his friends. Mr. Wrigrht in his letter to the
Republicans of the state flays that he never has
considered being the nominee of any faction,
and would not have the nomination except as
the choice of the whole party. The factional
lines upon which the Evans leaders have started
their oampalgn induce him to sacrifice his ambi
tion for party weal.
A bitter fight for the Democratic nomination
has been waged this year between Governor
John I. Cox and ex-Congressman M. R. Patter
son, of Memphis. The contest has been so bitter
that many have been inclined to think a Repub
lican Governor a possibility.
HED7ZE NOT AFTES CLASS'S PLACE.
Recent Sale of Copper Interests Had Nothing
to Do with Politics.
F. Augustus Helnze, at the Waldorf last night,
denied that be was to succeed Senator W. A.
Clark, of Montana. Senator Clark has announced
that he will not be a candidate for re-election
when his term expires next year. It had been
reported that Mr. Helnze was to take his place,
but he said last night:
•'It is not true. The recent sale of a part of
my copper Interests In Montana had no connection
whatever with politics— lt Involved no political con
siderations. Any statement that alleges that
politics had any part in the transac-tio.: Is unwar
ranted by the facts."
towels and towellings, curtains, dress organdies and
STERN BROTHERS. West 23d street, advertise
housekeeping linens, lace and ruffled curtains, up
holetery fabrics for coverings and drapery stuffs,
and Oriental rugs. Including Carsbagh, Ghendjie
and Daghestan rugs.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE A CO., Broadway and
19th street, will give special values this week In
Imported robeß and blouses (unmade) suits, cloaks
and waists for town, country and touring wear,
Hnena for summer requirements, silks, dress goods
and wash fabrics.
LORD & TAYLOR. Broadway and 29th street.
Fifth avenue and 19th street, announce their May
sale of muslin underwear. Bilk petticoats, corsets,
kimonos and wrappers. They have also prepared a
special sals for this week of women's and misses'
lingerie summer dresses, white figured net waists
and summer floor co\-erlngs. Including Wiltons
velvets, body Brussels and Axminlster ruga.
B. ALTMAJC & CO.. »th street and Sixth avenue,
make a special offer this week of women's and
misses' gowns and waists, cloaks and wraps, mil
liner}', house robes, undergarments and hosiery,
footwear, gloves, parasols, leather goods, silks,
dress materials, laces and embroideries.
GRAND RAPIDS FURNITURE COMPANY,
"West 34th street, are now exhibiting Colonial
furniture, and from June 1 this furniture will be
exhibited in their new twelve story building at
West 32d street, between Broadway and Fifth
JOHN DANIELX. SONS aY SONS. Broadway, be
tween Bth and Bth streets, will hold a special sale
of laces for summer dresses, women's waists and
long glace gloves.
ARNHEIM. Broadway and 9th street, offers spe
cial values In blue serge coats and trousers, silver
gray suits and Chesterfield overcoats.
BURN-HAM & PHILLIPS. Nos. 11» and 121 Nas
sau street, lay stress on a special sale of suits and
A. D. MATTHEWS 1 SONS. Brooklyn, call atten
tion to the Vacuum carpet cleaner, which will A
demonstrated on Wednesday. They also announce
a special sale of white lawns, women's tailored
garments, lace robes and silverware.
ABRAHAM & STRAUS. Brooklyn, advertise a
Bale of utilities needed now for garden, kitchen and
lawn. Among the articles to which special atten
tion is called are lawn niowars and rollerai lawn
•srtaTtalbi and roses, 6«m>4 drUSe aai-qultlTatoK
2 CE !Il VOrxK P-^TLY THTBT-XTJ. gUM>AY. WHY 6. 1900,
SALARY GRAB, $369,590.
Citizens Union Shows Up Increase
in First Three Months.
The bureau of city betterment ot the Citizens
Union finds that the McClellan administration has
increased the slss ot the city's payroll In the
aggregate $M».HK> for the first three months of
this year, and the end Is not yet. In a statement
Issued last night the Cltlsens Union says in part:
The Board of Estimate and Apportionment hav
ing on April at) determined that nofurther applica
t! sßlL for . tne ••tabllshment of new positions or
additional grades in the city departments shall be
considered until after August l 7 except for ex
traordinary cause. It is interesting to know how
much money has been added to the city payroll in
the first three months of the year.
The departmental changes, as published in "The
City Record." show that from January 1 to April
I, inclusive, the net increase in force was 335, while
413 persons received Increases in salary, the whole
amount involved being J596.590. The tabulation does
not Include employes in the labor class, nor those
paid on a per diem basis, and likewise excludes
attendants employed by the Department of Chari
ties, as well aa employes of the Board of Educa
The departments principally responsible for this
heavy increase in the city payroll are the Board
of Water Supply, with $138,170; Law Department.
$34,990; Department of Finance, $54,810; Depart
ment of Docks and Ferries, $23,344; Borough Presi
dent of Richmond, $24,300; Borough President of
Brooklyn, $23,686; Register's office, $17,350; Board
of Estimate and Apportionment, $17,050, Depart
ment of Bridges. $9,066.
The Board of Water Supply made a net increase
in its force of 96 persons; the Law Department, a
net Increase of 44: the Department of Finance, 11;
Department of Bridges, 11; Borough President of
Richmond. 20; Borough President of Brooklyn,
12; Register's office, if; Board of Estimate, 7.
In the following departments the largest number
of salary increases occurred: Department of
Finance, 180 per cent; Department of Drcks and
Ferries, 75; Law Department, 77; Borough Presi
dent of Brooklyn. 16.
The Tenement House Department decreased its
payroll by $11,100. while three other offices show
decreases in their payrolls, as follows: Surrogate's
Court of New York County, $8,150; the Aqueduct
Commissioner. $3,420. and the Borough I'resident
of Tho Bronx, $1,900. The Bronx item includes
the only salary decrease, tho other payroll de
creases being duo to reductions in force.
ROAD FIGHTS SENATOR.
Plans Excursion to Draw Constitu
ency Away on Caucus Day.
[By Telegraph to The Tribune.]
Sioux City, lowa, May 6.— On the day following
Senator Gamble's return to Washington to vote for
the railroad rate measure, a scheme was sprung
by the Milwaukee * St. Paul Railroad to de
populate Gamble's stronghold on the day of the
caucuses. May 15.
"Kidnapping the voters," is the cry of the Gamble
forces In South Dakota, who are greatly alarmed by
the energetic advertisement of an unpreeedenly low
excursion rate and special trains to Chamberlain,
8. D., on caucus day. There is no special attrac
tion at Chamberlain, but experience has shown
that South Dakota farmers will leave crops, poli
tics, wives and babies to go somewhere on a cheap
excursion. Gamble's chances will be Jeopardized
by this plan, which 1b openly charged against Sena
tor Kittredge, who for six years has been resident
Agent in South Dakota for the Milwauke & St.
Paul, and who is bitterly fighting the renomination
of his colleague.
PLANS FOR JOINT CAMPS.
Invitations for Militia to Act with
Army Sent to Governors.
Washington, May s.— Acting Secretary Oliver of
the War Department sent a circular letter to-day
to the governors of the various states having
organised militia forces, inviting them to have
some part of these troops go into summer campa
with the troops of the regular army. The pending
army appropriation bill contains an Item of $700.
000 to defray the expenses of these joint encamp
Mr. Oliver's letter reminds the governors of the
pendency of the bill. and. In anticipation of its
passage, "requests that, in order to make an
equitable adjustment of the funds, the department
be Informed what regiments, battalions, squadrons
and batteries of ths organised militia are recom
mended for this duty, together with an estimate
of cost for pay, subsistence and transportation,
and also the dates most convenient for these or*
ganizatlons to be present and ths length of their
attendance at the oampe."
The camps will be open from August 1 to Sep
tember 80 next. The location of the camp for the
New England and Middle States and the District
of Columbia has not been selected, and General
Wade has been charged to look about for a suitable
site, but the indications are that the choice will
fall on the army reservation at Plattsburg, X. V.,
for this year, although it will be necessary to ob
tain a more commodious location next.
The militia from Virginia, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi
and Tennessee will encamp at Chlckamauga Na
tional Park, Georgia. The militia of Wisconsin,
Michigan. Illinois. Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia
and Kentucky will go into /samp at Indianapolis;
that from Louisiana, Texaa. New Mexico and Arl
sona at Austin. Tex.; from Kansas, Arkansas,
Oklahoma, Missouri, Nebraska, lowa and Minne
sota at Fort Rlley, Kansas) from North Dakota,
South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado and Utah at
Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming, and from Montana,
Idaho, Washington, Oregon and California at
American Lake, Wash.
NATIONAL GUARD NEWS.
Companies C and F of ths 7th Regiment are
priding themselves upon having attained the high
est percentage in March for average attendance at
drills. Both companies had a percentage of 95.
The percentage of the other companies, arranged
in order of merit, was aa follows.: I, 94; B, W; 1).
92; E. 82; X, 92; G. 91; H, 91. and A, 87.
An election will shortly be held In ths Bth Regi
ment to fill the vacancy of major. There are two
rival factions in the regiment. One faction, known
to be against the administration of Colonel Jarvis,
ts supporting Captain William J. Smith, of Com
pany I. second senior captain in ths regiment The
faction which supports Colonel Jarvis is rallying
around Captain Frank O. Sauvan, of Company D,
senior captain. Both officers are Spanish war
veterans. Captain Timothy J. Moynahan, of Com
pany H, Is also named as a candidate, but who
will support him is somewhat of a mystery, as it
is aald that all the officers in. the regiment but
himself are pledged to vote for either Smith or
Major E. T. T. Marsh, surgeon of the 71st Regi
ment, one of ths best known officers of the guard,
has asked to be retired. He first joined the regi
ment March 4, 18S5, and Introduced a system of
physical examination of recruits before It was re
quired by law. He served in the United States
Navy as a medical officer from February 5, 1864. to
1868. He was known as an earnest worker for the
regiment and an exceptionally capable officer.
Sergeant E. G. Ford, of Company C. 13th Regi
ment, has been unanimously elected first lieutenant.'
He is considered a capable young officer. There Is
still a vacancy as second lieutenant to fill. Com
pany L has a new first sergeant in the person of
A. H. Witschleben. In the seme oompany Private
A. F. Orr has been nominated for quartermaster.
The women's auxiliary of Company A will hold an
apron party at the armory on May IS.
Company D, of the 14th Regiment, has unani
mously elected First Sergeant J. Chappel second
lieutenant. He bas been a member of the regiment
some ten years.
The 71st Regiment will parade for church ser
vice this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Collegiate
Church, Utd street and Lenox. avenue.
Creedmoor range will be occupied this week by
ths following organisations: Monday and Tuesday,
Uth Regiment: Wednesday, 23d Regiment: Thurs
day, 9th Regiment; Friday, 23d Regiment, and
Saturday, 9th Regiment.
Chaplain Jamss O. Wilson, of the nth Regiment,
who has resigned because of the growing demands
on his time for his parish duties, has been in the
regiment some twelve years. He has served under
Colonels Michell. Grant. Wilder, Clayton, Kline
and Lieutenant Colonel Foote. During the war
With Spain he was with the rpgiment at Chicka
mnuga. He ia the pastor of the Nostrand Avenue
Methodist Episcopal Church, of Brooklyn, and was
a very popular officer of the regiment. At the elec
tion for colonel to-morrow night it la expected tbat
Lieutenant Colonel John H. Fbote will receive the
unanimous Tote of the officers. He first joined the
regiment as a private in 1885 and has served In
successive grades. In 1898 he served as a captain
in ths volunteer regiment. General James Mci>-''[.
who has been watching the progress of ths regi
ment ymqr oarstiu% ltUl prssJJH s*^b* slsctloa.
HURT AS AUTO UPSETS.
Driver Tries to Take Riverside Cor
ner Too Sharply.
Turning swiftly from Riverside Drive Into
With street an automobile with three meu In
It, careened on its right side last night and In
jured seriously Thomas E. Pay? of 54th street
and Fourteenth avenue, Brooklyn, a builder of
racing automobiles. He was taken In an uncon
scious condition to the J. Hood Wright Hospital.
His companions were Joseph Schaeffer, of No.
283 East 86th street, who. as chauffeur, was
arrested on the technical charge of driving with
out a license and locked up In the "Wast 100 th
street station, and Francis A. Stevenson, of No.
54 Washington Square South.
Coming down Riverside Drive, Schaeffer at
tempted to turn Into the street to proceed to
Broadway. He made too short a swerve and
the machine went over, pinioning Fay partially
under It and throwing the other men several
THIEF CHASE ON THE HEW BBIDG-E.
There waa a lively chase over the Williams
burg Bridge yesterday, in which Morris Gold
berg, of No. MS East sth street, led the way In
a closed wagon. Patrolman Hughes, of the
bridge police station followed him on a surface
car. Hughes caught hiß quarry before the New
York side was reached and placed Goldberg un
der arrest on the charge of robbing the firm of
I. & A. Lieberman, clothing manufacturers, of
No. 47 Watklns street, Brownsville, of twelve
rolls of cloth. At the police station the prisoner
admitted his guilt, but would not say who were
BROADWAY DEALS A FEATURE
SEVERAL SALES OF PARCELS VALUED AT MANY.
New Record Price for Inside Lots on the West Side — Trading in High
Class Property Still Brisk.
Several deals affecting parcels valued at many
hundred thousands each were mado public last
week. Broadway furnished most of the leading
transactions. In the auction room one new record
price was obtained. It was $58,000 for a lot 25x102.2
feet in West 72d St.. restricted to dwelling house
purposes. No higher price was ever paid before
for an Inside lot in the West Side which can be
occupied only by a dwelling house, according to
realty operators of many years" experience.
Trading in high class residential and business
properties is still brisk. Sales of such parcel* last
week, however, were fewer than in some weeks
early in the season, but a lessening of activity la
this line of the market was expected, because hun
dreds of owners of property for sale have got the
habit of raising their asking prices about each
week. In a little while there will probably be more
attractive prices for prospective buyers, and then
there will undoubtedly be a greater volume of sales
of choice parcels. There la apparently not a weak
or uninviting section in the entire realty field to
the big and little operators, speculators and in
One of the leading deals of the week was the sale
by the United States Realty and Improvement
Company to the Packard Motor Car Company of a
plot at the northwest corner of 61st «t. and Broad
way, containing about 16,800 square feet. The buyer
paid about 1500,000 cash for the property. It intends
to erect on the site an automobile building for Its
own use. The plot has a frontage of lie feet in
Broadway. 1*7.6 feet in 61st st., a rear line of 100.5
feet and a north line of 130 feet.
Samuel Green sold to John M. Rider No. 131
Liberty St., a seven story mercantile building, on a
lot 23.2x100 feet. The buyer took title yesterday to
an abutting plot with a frontage in Greenwich st.
M. & L. Hess sold for the Realty Holding Com
pany to the Gabay Construction Company No*. 30
and 32 East 2Cth si., two dwelling houses, on a plot
40x92 feet. The parcel adjoins the house in which
President Roosevelt was bom. The Gabay com
pany will erect an office building on the site.
Miss M. Monahan and Calder & Levy Bold for
Mrs. Susan Devin to Paterno Brothers a plot, 75x
100.11 feet, on the north sido of 113 th st., 175 feet
west of Broadway. The buyers will erect a high
class apartment house on the cite.
E. J. Moloughney Bold a plot. EOxlCO.ll feet, on
the north side of U3th St., 23 feet west of Broad
way, to the Huntingfleld Construction Company,
which will erect an eight story fire-proof house on
Charles Hensel purchased through Hall J. How
& Co. from Paul Halpln three lots on th& north
side of IStth St., 125 feet east of 12th aye. With
this purchase ho has a plot of twelve and a half
lots. The parcel comprises the block front in Riv
erside Drive, from 134 th to 135 th st. He will build
two apartment houses on the premises.
The Albert Booth Cohn Company sold No. OS
West 35th st, a three story building, on a lot 20x
93.9 feet. Ashforth & Co. Bold No. 26 West Stb St.,
a similar building.
Calder & Levy sold for Paterno Brothers to H.
B. Davis and Charles Hellbron Cathedral Court, a
new six story elevator apartment house, at the
southwest corner of 115 th st. and Morningslde aye.
The City Investing Company sublet to the "United
Cigar Stores Company the Benedict Building, at
the southwest corner of Cortlandt st. and Broad
way. The lease Is for a term of twenty years.
The Bub-lessee will occupy the ground floor. One
provision of the lease prohibits the sub-lessee from
increasing the height of the structure.
The City Investing Company recently bought a
lease on the premises, having sixteen years to run,
and held by Smith. Gray & Co. Prior to that th*
realty company had obtained an eighty year lease
to the property, which, of course, would not be in
effect until the expiration of the sixteen year lease.
The company got control of the building in order
to protect the light and air of the twenty-five
story offioe structure to be built on an L-shaped
plot surrounding the Benedict Building, and in
cluding the premises Nos. 165 and 167 Broadway,
the Smith Building and the Coal and Iron Ex
change. The concern holding the property to bo
Improved is the Broadway-Cortlandt Company, a
sum»idlary company of the City Investing Company.
It grot a $S,U»,OU> loan on the premises from the
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company last week.
Charles E. Johnson and Andrew J. Connlck sold
Nob. 1183 and 11S4 Broadway, a new six story
fireproof office and store building. 50.10x54.Cx49.4x
113.4 feet. It adjoins the Hotel Breelin.
The Rula:id & Whitlr.g Company sold for the
New York and Boston Dye wood Company to the
Humphreys Homoeopathic Medicine Company the
six story basement and sub-basement building at
the northeast corner of William and Ann sts., cov
ering a lot 27x102 feet. - The Humphreys company
will occupy this property at tha explratlcn of its
lease at No. 11l William at.
Slawson & Hobbs soi<i for Donald Robertson to
an investor the five story apartment house, about
completed, at the southeast corner or 182 d st. and
Bt. Nicholas aye.. EOxSOxICO feet.
M. & L Hess leased for the Hoffman estate to
Henry Corn for about twenty-one years, at an ag
gregate rental of about $2,500,000. the parcel at the
northeast corner of 42d st. and 6th aye. Jimmy
Wakelev'B saloon occupies the ground floor A six
story ■ otiico and store building will be erected on tha
& Gabel sold for Louis H. Kempner and
th« New Amsterdam Realty Company four six
story apartment hoSes, on a plot 100.5*100 feet, at
tlie iout'hwest corner of fifth street and 9th aye.. to
R* TaßrownVso°nsT a ßrownVso°ns and^Sneidon Robinson
sold for B H Hochbaum the block front, 200t03
feet, on the east side of Onelda aye.. between 236 th
F. Noyes Company leased for the
Reformed IXitch 'Church of America fa period
plot 75x113x76.3x104 feet. The 1-ase w! U be ;* etre^t
May 1. 1907, when the present structures wwoe
torn down and a twelve story offl^ * n t d to" bl '»£_
in« erected f The plot comprises about elßJtt tnju
loSn b q e U co e mp^ted. Pla Neg f otiatlon. are now
ing for leasing four floors of the P r °P?f d l ?"»£_
ing. including the store and basement, la one per
B °The Harlem Savings Bank bought No. 124 to 13
East 125 th St.. 80xlw.ll feet. adjoining .ft* *,° cc u t ttl^
west corner of c^S n ancron & ffi Srnstt
building lor its own occupancy us: UM Bts. t»araen
* Co. were the brokers. Asylum sold Its tract
The St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum sold u» tract
of twenty-eight acres at West Chester, with -water
front on Pelhnm Buy. and t extending al..
Town Dock Road, near the Eastern Boulevard ! and
south of the Westchester Country Club. J. <~iar.
ence Davies was the broker. U ji,,h.Cia,
Dug; * Brown xe^i £?s th*. fcjfcSßgSM 1
(11! SMASHES AUTO.
Quarrel with Policeman Land* One.
of Occupants in CelL
Two men and two wmsi were thrown eat ef aa
automobile early yesterday morning when the ma
ohtns hit a surf oar at MSth street end M.
Klcholas aveaue. Mrs. M. I* Sproat. who ttvas la
the Hotel Islington, received several soalp wounds
and possible internal Injuries. Eh* was tahsa to
the Washington Heights Hospital, sad later re
moved to her boms. Robert Shaw.- el ■ Sidney
Place. Brooklyn, got into a cnarr«l with a police
man as to whether Mrs. Sproat should bo takes
to a hospital, and bscamo so abusive, the pottos
•ay, that he was arrested. The other ccecrani* of
the automobile were Mrs. Stanley, of No. IST Con
vent avenue, and Harry Hoffman, of Ma 8* MM
Shaw was arraigned bsforo Magistrate Crane, la
the Harlem police court, sod lined 13 for disorderly
conduct. The motorman of the oar was not ar
rested. The police believe that the two moo are
chauffeurs, using their employer's machine.
The automobile was going south and the ear was
going east. John Brenahan. the motorman. says
n* rang his bell, but Sbaw. who was driving th«
nutomoblle. denies that any warning was given.
The car struck the automobile on Its side, smash
ing it and throwing its occupants to the street.
When Shaw was arrested he left the automobile
rugs in the care of a nalrsoy In a nearby apart
ment house. Some time later the hallboy received
a telegram, sent from the Hotel Mlnot. signed with
Shaw's name. Th» boy was suspicious and took
the rugs to the police station. Shaw said he had
authorised no such telegram. Xo on* knew any
thing about It at the Hotel Mlnot.
CHANGES NAME TO WIN FORTUNE. '
[By Telegraph to Th* Tribune ]
Denver. May That he may Inherit the for
tune of a rich New York grandfather, Dennis
Collins, a well known Denver railroad man, has
had the courts change his name and that of his
family to Carey, to comply with the conditions
his grandfather has made in drawing his will.
struction Company th* plot 7Cx2£O feet, on the east
side of Broadway, 25 feet south of 133 d st.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
1054 at. No 162 East. 2TxlOO.ll: Barbara Frits to
Isaac Jonas; mortgage, 1660..;.,..*..........l 660. .;.,..*.......... 91
104 th at. No 228 East. 26x100.11; Benjamin
Etamper to £«ih«r Stamper; taort«»S«. JKMJOO. . . 1
St Nicholas Place. No 72. c a. 17.4x1C0; nedartek
X Dußois to Evelyn B JUttlonald 1
70th ai. No 223 East. awcl'JO.2; John J Dtxoa et al
to Our Lady of Orac« Hospital and Hems ....-• ICO
23 aye. a w cor 87ta at. av.lxsO: wmtam Lasaen
to Theresa Abelatn; mortgage, 110.000 1
SSM Bt, ■ 8, lao ft • of 4tb aye. 23x114; John
Etahl to Abraham Coherer and another; mort
gage, 43,000 t
Amsterdam aye, n w cor 107 th at. 76.1x100: Max B
A Wilson to William T Hookey, manga**,
t53,250 • 180
13th st, Koa 130 and 132 Wast. 43x83: David Pric*
et al to Metropolis Securities Co; mortgag*. ._
137,500 -TT. ICO
63d st, b a. 200.S ft w or Park are. 18.SxlOOS;
Cornelia van Waceoen to llaxln L«e Brua Cooper;
mortgage. Slß.uuw. 1
Utah st. n a. 119 ft w of Brook aye. 25x100; Kate
Montague to Morltz I. Ernst and another; mort
gage. 113,000 *■»
Ist aye. No 1021. w a. 28x77.10; Juliana D Bohel
berg- to Charles B Gumb; mortgage, ■■>-.... 100
Mth st. No 238 East. 23xl(X>. Frederic* Schle
sirvger to Meyer Goldberg and another; mort
gage $18.780 MO
78th st. n a. 280 ft • of 24 aye, 30x102.1; CM St
a w 8. 179 ft w of Ist aye. 20x97.6; XBStltßt* ef
Mission Helpers of Baltimore City to Our Lady
of Grace Hospital and House 10,000
Amsterdam aye, n w cor 107 th st. 76.1x100; Will
iam a Hookey to LiouU Welnstelni martssge.
$53,250 - >»
Stanton st, Xos 329 and 827. s a, 29.10x81.8; Sam
u^l Gross et al to B OJaerlds; mortgag*. 984750. 100
Central Park West n w corasr «4th st, 23x100;
Mary H Newcombe to Maria A Donengan. 1
Nth st. No 130 East. 1S.0X10O.B; Arthur V Saun
ders to William F Havemeyer; mortgage, $»,- .. .
000 , »•»
SSd at. No 802 East. 19x31.2: Stephen Kaltfrovlc*
to Morris Kite; one-half right, title and Inter
est; mortgage. (6.000 300
Bethune st, a a, 163 ft c of Washington **•» Ms __
88.7; David Llppmana et al to Bars M Fester. . MO
ie4th et. Nos 437 and *5» West, 60x103.2; Bitter
Realty Company to Henry W Freeman; mort
gage. $S<XOOO 100
112 th st. a s. 320 ft w of M are. £3x100.11] Simon
Klein to Leo Goldsmith and another. 200
C7th ft. No 4SO West. 16.8x100lO; Raman Vales to
Richards Dyspepsia Tablet Association; mort
gaga. fII.BOO ™*
Goerck at. No SI. 24.8x4».U: Julius Bcrkowttx et
a: to Ullie Goldstein and another; mortgage. .„
,£2?lS.O0O 10 °
MIS.<)OO aye. aa, 800 ft eof Pj-ekman at. BOx JOB
Tnilyea aye, s a, 800 ft c of Dyckman «t. &0x
(10: Leonard Adalr to Thorn** H CaJhoun;
'"^nortga^e. 13.800 M"
Orden aye. vr a. 80 ft a of l«4th at. 75X05.6:
Maria Thener to James Sayera: ail title.... ... 8,000
Columbus aye. n w corner 88th st, 2Ol.BxSO;
Babette Iteckenaorfer to David 1. Florence, an*
another; on^-half part - 57.088
Same property: David It Phillip* et *1 to ZtfUlS
J Reckendorfer and another; one-halt part;
mortgage, |90.400. • *
Same property! Daray II Straus* to same: 0O»
tenth part; mortgage, $9u,000 ••••••• ■
18th f:. n 8. 206 ft w of Bth aye, 35x114;
fleld Joseph Schneider to Carolin* Dsisfi mart
105th st. ni, 138.4 "ft e"of"M'*Ve\*«iifttlixuil
Julius Wetnstein to KalTwsn eadowsky and &a
ether; mortgage, 940,000 . i .... ....... wo
Jefferson at. n w corner Water st STxTS: flounoq
Frankel et al to Samuel MottufßSjr tad * ** * •-»»,«♦_*
mortgage. $20,000 — •#•»••# Axamaa
Klnsella aye, a a. 181.4 ft w of Brol&tals «*%
2dx10O; Jane Braith to Frank t AskAao-. ■ •■■ »»
146 th st. n b. iyi ft w of Brook «*•» SxUjOi W
Waller to Kate Montague; mortgag*, $6,000.^. . 10 °
CJ.orlotte Place, w a. 74.9 ft n of JtasißgS st 36x
100- Louis J Jarovea to Fred Earthen 1
17th st. No 37 West. 33*82; Annie O Olse» to
Simon Rothschild; mortgage. $86.000 •• •>»
Avenue r>, s w corner 4th st; Morrta Bhiesteln t»
Israel D Goodman: mortgage. $68.000. .......... «■»
West fe plot 457. map Arden property: Ferdinand
Ensrelharft to Sarah A Vaden: sllllens. . . • • •■■ ■ l
11th st. a s, 333 ft w of Ay* C. 3faM.»: j£U«*
Reitmaa to Anna Markwita; mortgage. $20,000. MO
Trerr.ost aye. a w i. 210 ft • • of Arthur^ve. BOX
3w; 3 amis Walter to Frank J McArdle:
83.4x100; George Kenns, to Eddl* A BulUvsa; jM
m.-,rt««ire $35,000 100
Sa^e pnSertvTAddi* A Sullivan to Mark Ksnaa;
zj%*£?-*>?*i™- a- •mwmjmgjmz
fleid- Althea X Ward to Bound Realty Co;
iSZ&'Z: $ wT »•» • ft *• W «** ii »«i00;
Kath GrlU, 2d. to Bertha Bchmuck; mortgage* jflft
11th ave.'e*V."w % lot 059^nap WekefleldT BOx
114! Peter W Wagner to Vincent sierra; mart-
Kith 1 * Nos^aani" iMßß>;*i»:i6iici2:* jo*Mh
Salomon to Tosla Boaanberg: nortgss*. »««> *»
AR^h st • a. 788 ft w of sth aye. 20.10x100.9;
JanSk B A Thompson to Amalla W Bsny:
nTlf^o r4V^^'i4xlbo:^K«h A* Heath
A s•eph e^K^4rovl«: * part; all tltla: mort-
Lof foo, * roa^sV-Bar«V»d.'P»V«:' •Ete.'iirV'io
H G«ane? et aX executrix, to Abraham *L*vy; •_
Ea^rtr^?y':° ÜBar^U Bar^ Oro^«r*;V ri'to 'iimV, '
H«Sr*^Ko*»L ate % mmTuij&im' i**
2S«rVv^T^S!i: fl ß^»."^-ii. m
s •2SxßO.Bi.ttb Tat. n a. 288 ft • of Avea«
V- aLibxSjtO; faarry Broadmaa et al t* Rachel
Idi C UUenthai to Abmham W uiMatksl: mort-
iSnVtridSS, oOxlOO: A Bhaukin A Son* to Lulgt .^
E^nde/raU 1 f corner" Amsterdam' "a^e." BOxioo!
Edenwald Augusts. Nelson to N»eholaa Bwenaoa:
August Calll* to Portman B**lty Company — *«>
Br^me^t. a. 89.8 ft •of Alia* at. 2****- asms m
CrtmmS* a.ve!'w'a"ilKs'ft'a"of*sVVralTfa*rU iam
112.11x70: Thomas J Aflims to Jc*a X iTcAfee ITO
2d aye. a w corner 81«t gt. salxSOt T««r~.fc Ab»l-
meyer to Charles T <^«frer; wortgssfl. (W.W 180
l»t aye. w a. 76. • ft a of OSthst. 23.«*T»: Frank
rarla to Chartes B dumb: marts***. 13 COO 100
BSth st. No 56 West. SxlW.ll; «iunu«l Oros*
et «J to Morn* Uuatlg and another, mortgage.
123 500 *O
Kinrsbrldg*' aye. n w ■i'mii ft as of" Terrae*
view 30x100; D O Crosby to John Brandt;
mortgage, $5.fi00. . . . / - •_«■"_»-»-« • »•»»»« • 8.000
ll>h at n s 125 ft w of 4th ay*. 23x101 1 Je*eph
TV Dear.c to H Kuhlmann; mortgage. $10.000 100
»2d st No 817 Bast. 28x100.*; Patrick Bans to
Julia F Oulnc-: mortgage. $11000..... 100 I
80th st. na. 275 ft eof 2d aye. »xl» ». August
Ralbi* to Jacob Kittan ; mortgage^ $21.000 - 100
72d st No US luast. 17.11x102.5-B If Wens!*y to
L^ara. J Post: mortgage. 811.0 CO t
Bth aye Wo 2&99. w a. 2*. 11x100; Louts Bernateln
to Harriet I Potter; mortgag*. $24.000 ICO
Centre! Park West. n«w cor 84th at. 55x100. Maria
a LK>r.negaa to John A Donnagan 1
130 th st. No «:i West. 3x1)0 11. Julius Davidson
to Simon Htrnuuin : mortgage, $20.000 1
Pigueron. George H. and wife, to Elbart A Brlnek
erhoff and another, executors: 10th a*. Ha* 10*
and 10« East, and Union Square. No 82: 2 year*,
5 p»r cent (correction* 2C3.C00
Montague. Kate, to Lucy U It Millar; 14« th at,
n i lIS Q « of Broast *Te» j 29al$». B>a«S. &
. «u»— .. . ., «. .. . «"M*4fcSrai».. i » -t* AlaM*
Brooklyn Property for Sale. %
~ LOT BARGAINS. ~~
t tats, EL Ista Et, b«w«en X and O ::::::nrtd
• Jots, * IS* St. b.tweea M and X ....I XX*
• Wta. EX U& EL. twtwecn H and t. »£ . 42a«
its' J 5 *^BU b»tw*»n M mad N" l.\ ..
» tots. S. »U> at between Uand S I.r. -j
raran TWO »th ST LOTS AKD $SDO BXUJW TUM
MAWtBT VAIil'C OKSVISB BAKUAXM *,
S Jo«s> Coney laias4 Ay... ATenu* p f».CO[V
i J°*"» 2?^ bl*ad At*.. Avenue P B.«UCf
| lojfc Ooaar la?aad Am. Avenu* TV... ....... ..., 8,96 V
? S2 1 Chagr laland Av«-. Avenu* U ».... i*4
* lota. Or tad At*.. AT«na» Q iBCp
n£l4fmJ£S£ tl£** AVO ACREAGE IN TUkTWCmm
gp^^^^^^HEEPfiHßAD BAT AX» ALL. fAT.TJ
THE L. A. TLEMCKE EEALTT CO., j
I nmJS <*■»» MM* At*. n*ar A v.nu. C, Brooktra.
CLIi;, tnnfcfcTt ASP WEDXEBPAT HVBXmOS^^
ON OCEAN AVENUE.
■nriw—t wtt* tare* ahad* tree* fifty years «M: li
■hadUwwUlsi hath: bis elo*«t»; interior trim; ehetos)
hsMsiNi: Blot as by 110: Ixraa* » by 45: every insjuns i
■*••** and coavenisß** known in up-to-date construe
thy** mlant— ' walk to Brighton Beach L. r.auon; usual
eoir.p*ii*d to e*n and to cuts nr.c* 91.300.
$•.900 will buy now; smtgas*. 98.W0: contract win kg)
given to Jon* 1. '
HOLT & FOSTER,
881 FLATBUSH &V.
lot sf: al
T.ATHIIMU 49 toe lota, with concrete ctdvwaOtv
****** ***ww*a aad curbs, one block weirt of Xo*tr*a9
At*, cars; near Church Art,- price Inflir each; cheapen,
proposition la th* market.
BAY BXDffE M°* th b**t lot* in this *ettT* sao-t
.■»* .smotm tlan. ob* block from Fort -- "Hisj
At*. and Bay Rids* At*, can; pric* SAW each; tmi
; TMaooabi*. +=
&BTH WARD ***•• <» Euclid at*., near TJSSjSJsj
•"*** Trt-a-TW price |I.lM>; unencumbered, j
"V7ALrABLE BUSINESS CORNEB. Junction of Flat*
» bush and Atlantic avea.. opposite New York »u<*«
way terminal and Long Island Kaliroad depot: at prtcej
■am* to Ashton Parker: same property: I years.
6 per cent T...7. . ~ . ? BLCCO
Gumb. Charles B. to Title insjirance'coznpaWf Ist
aveu So xvsi, JOxn.lu: due June »>. 1*»; » per * -
cant to iohann r>* SchVlberg" taine'property ; *prt<^ IS.OOSi
Same to Johann D ansaliais. saJneDroi>erty : nrfisT
Wetnateln. Louis, to William T. Hookey- Amster- Hi
uam aye, n corner 167ta •*• 76.1x1u0-»rtor f
mortgage. 25i>; l year ....... !„_. 16.981
OurUfcOy of Grace Hospital and Home to Eml
grant Industrial Saving, Bank- Tftth at. n s.
5 ft • oX 3d aye, 2iixlOO; •■• Jua* 30. 1U03;
•i» oar cent . IXOJMI
KiT2-"> TtitTot *- *° Rebecca M Lauaen; 81st st.
gap, $10,000 5 years, 0 per cent 20.6881
Bcneler. Abrjfcam. ana another to John Stahl; 2T4
peV cent * *"* * V^ JCxU *: » y-irsTiS
M aVSSI? u «'p^P«y*to"iJelTid'Frtce"and %
another ;l«tk st. No* 13d and 132 Vast; SSxSgc
perc«nT Fi *** 7 -**: fiu * Jua * 27. law*. •
par cent Fra^"Y.^o**ian*'sm^thVtot'i4r*map *° CC
Amtiumao, Frank I. to Jan* Smith;' \il' 64." map
V * n ** ©°*B»a» estate: B years. 6*
per cent xoa
Hamann. LouJa T. to " Magdalen ' I»er*c"heidtV'"6t *° ell
i^"™ 00 * * v *. » w corner MerrtU at. aSxlort;
_»'•«•. 4<* vn cent 77. \ IBOa
G^Jf"- Meyer, and another to Frederick Schlea-
Baa* to Katie J Schmidt : 152.1 st. na! 63u« ft w '"**
10.0»>?V < * V-> 15xSWU - prtor mcPt *« o - ,—
Cohen, Blmoa ' and' another' to '■' Gold* "ik" Cohen;
107 th at. No 124 to VS* East. 50x10».U demaS
. O per cent 98.00*1
'*"«. Josena. to Fheb* W McConlke; 1231 at. Na
•24 Cast. 25x114.3; 3 years 7? XT.tOa
*•*!*•• 925"*^ M. and another to H D Baker
* Bro: 183 th st. a a. 110 ft • of Lenox aye; 300 x
8O.1X; demand, • pe* cent 1...... BJESI
Owr, MarlaLe. B. to Cornell* Van Wagcnca:
B3d at. No 38 Wast, 13.8x100.3; ft years. 5 pss
J *nt ....•••.•••.....»............... . .... ?ft.fffi?
BCheal*. Frederick d to Michael H Oreenaaum anA w *~*
SS^SniJtS^ * r ° Sls Eaßt 10lh » ye ; 2 »««*.
•aeh 10x100.0; 2 mortgage*. *ach *i.ouO: 1 year.
8 per cent. . . * C.Ci o
*-ottufgjrjr. Bamtiel.' Vina' another to Solomon Fra»
r.si and another; Water st. n w cor Jefferson st
tax|l: prior mortgage. $30,000; 8 years, 6 per
Qnorfman.* 'Oriel $.' to'william" Pike '*•" *
k*_ cor H*nrr at. 25x77.10; Henry at. No 110. *
«x 25.1; prior mortgage, »3.00w-. 3 year*. «
r*r ceat KtCCfl
Oroasman. *Bamu*i.' to" Title- Insurance Co: 99d at. »
a *> 200 ft • of 23 aye: 2 lots, each 23x100.8; 2
mortgages, each $14,000; due Jon* SO. 100»; 8S
da* to ci" i ilia R*inhsrt • sams propeVtyV 3 mor*l
rares. each $0,000; 2 prior mortgages, eacix i
in.000; 3 year*. « par cent KXOOSt
FBrtmaa Realty Co to Ernestine CSmU* aad an
g^Jj: Ijoom* *» a a. BS.S ft • of Allen at.
2ax7B.«>. 6 yean. 6 per c«at , *>.**»
■am* to August Ojllle; Broom* at. a a. 23.4 ft •
of Allen st. 17.4x75,3; 6 years. 0 per ceat. ...... 39.008)1
MANHATTAN BUILDING PLABJS. £
112 th st. a. m.. 23 ft. w. of Lenox aye.: for a six'
Story brick Bathouae. with star*. CS.7xS7OI: \
Berliner * Greenberg; owners; Berortein A
Bernsteto. architects $oO,oa*|
lTth at.. No. 80 West; for a seven story brick loft
and store building. 28x38: C. E. Nelson, owner:
__O. H. Anderson, architect 40.088)
Washington at., No*. 749 and 748: for a three
story sad basement brick warehouse, 44.10x45.4;
Western Electrto Company, owner; El&iits sb
MeKenzl*. architects 19.005J
Broadway, a. w. corner 12ta st.: for an eleven
Starr brick loft building, 49.2x87.1; Blchmaa
Realty and Construction Company, owner; (L
Bass, architect JOCLOMf'
21st st. Nos. 210 and 212 Eaat: for a six story "^"S
brick tenement house, with stare. 4Cx7S; D.
Lantla. owner; C. X. Straub, architect „ *0,008)
Bleecker St. No. 210; for a Bye- story brick dwell- ~*~*%
Ing house, ftaxTß.l; a. Demo, owner; A. Van*
draaco, architect . .. , 1&0OOJ
Bradhurst ay*.. a. *. comer 146 th st.: for two sis .
story brick tenement houses. 60x67x lrTeaalai"
Chart— lOTmii. owner; O. F. Pelham. arcU«
toe( mt •...*.»•««.««.•.•«••••...... . .. . —li 3 CCC
108 th rt. *a. *M oft •of 'tit v*rstd*>' Prtv»: 'fcV a'a * -
•tfM IS***} 11 * 11 * 1 * apartment house. 73x57.11;
Wist Bd» Cboatroetion Company, owner, Q. F.
Fvlhain. architect. * ..* 00,000
THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
li»ngwood M.. w. * CO ft. *. of Hewitt piac*. - l
0 story brisk tenement house. S3xS7 feet; Henry
Acker, owner; Adolph Vert in. architect 848,6881
Avenue C, a. w. comer 13th at.. Cnlonport. 3 storr
frame store and dwelling- house. 22551.8; Frank
'•ass. owner: Henry Lane, architect C.CCO
White Plains Road. w. a.. CO ft. n of 2.lMh at.
1 story frame bakery. 38.6x20; Mrs. Cathertno •
Witt, owner; J. Melville Lawrence, arrhiiect. . . BafJ
150 th at., n.i».. i». comer Union aye.. 2 story brick
store* and meeting 1 rooms, 2Sxlf*>: Hawthorn*
Building Cow. owner} Moor* A- Landaledel. archi
SATISFIED MECHANICS' LIENS.
Bushes ay*.. c. a.. 120 ft. a. of ISTth St.. 13Ox
87.6- Patrick Toher agt. Belmont Realty and
Construction Company; January 7. 190« (by l_«.wl
biind) $1,780 • 1
Oth at, No. 347 East: Francis X. Orady agt. Gua • i
Schmltt; rebruary 28, HUM •!■"•• 18568) '
233 th St.. n. a.. 200 ft. w. of Maaholu Parkway.
100x60: Franc!* Bon^enakela agt- Vag'islfna, '
Haas: March 13 1904. IST T3l.
Oar ay*>, No. 1361: Aoolph T. Wuytack agt. .___ ♦
Herman FahrenwalJ et sLj Jun* 20. 19«. ... 173
Slat at. a. a 223 ft. w. of Avenu» B, 100xl0a2;
Nathaniel Wire Company agt. Wilhslmina, ♦
Fielaehmaaa et a 1..:a 1 ..: May 2. 190 A 2,060 69 :
71 St.. No. 08 West ; John Morrow agt. Jennie L.
Woodend; April 80. 1904 270 0r;
aaa* property; Anna L. Huinpbrej-s agt ***•'•-—-—. '
April*), 1004 *8TB8s) 1
34th at. No. 147 West; Thomas Crump agS. Cast- ;
mar Wagner et al.: April 10. IjO6 130088
ScOOtk st. Noa. 58 and 57; Charles Goldaietn agt
Max Goldberg- et «i-, December Hi. iaoß (ay _„. j
band) • ** *• :
Bam* proparty; Samuel B. Landsberg agt. same; \
r^cembsr 6. 1805 *»«•
188 th ft.. No*. 124 and 120 West; Nathan ZoU»- mmm I
akr art. Nathan Cohen, owner and contractor.. $00 CO (
Lewis st., Noa. 227 and 230: David L*vlnaoha
act Louts Lewtnthan. owner acd contractor... 83888},
rioar'act ay*.. w. s.. to ft. n. of 152 d St.. 73x100:
Harry Kaplan et al agt. John Sacks and Janus
MpWX.I, owners and contractors SOT 881
4th aye No. 113. and 12th at.. No. 101 East;
Th* Nenchatel Asphaite Co.. Ltd.. agt. Hamil
ton Fish Corporation, owner; James Stewart *
Ox coetractora - 4394£}
43th st. No. 290 East:' Morris fianilslk agt. O. A
John Pinnellaw owners and contractors 880081
80th St.. No. 114 to 120 West; Sew York aevsuo* jaU&l
Supply and Repair Co. agt. J. B. McCbj^ * Boa.
owner* and contractors .^. ••••"•;• »« «■
34th st. No. 147 West: Thomas Crump agt. Cast
me* T. Wagner, owner and contractor ÜBOOBI
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS.
Orchard St.. No. 120; Lawyers' Title lasuranc*
an* Trsst Company loans Uosee. Davis. Samuel
Fta*. Abraham Tins and Moses Levy. ; 834.068)
AiiisTsiiain eve., a. w. cor. 124 th at.. lOO.tlxZOO:
Owparat* Bsalty Assocutton Uses* Ommaat and „,_ I
Xltnsaa F*k*ln*r. -. 60.068)
1723 it, «.*-.«» ft. i. of QlMsoa •▼». Oxia>: ;
HaarV loan* £t*9bca -^ i\3os)
XTSd SL. *. *.. 28l ft. *. of Gleajtoa s,v*.. 23x100;
Ban* was* earn*... _.» . «.« B.9n^
lTSdst., a *.. =» fi. *. «T Oleasoa ay*,. 3axMo-. -•- .
same loans 1 711. ii..in.ii, 1 -■ saBBB>
tlßust. XL a.. 130 ft. W. *f Amat*rdam *,v*.. lOOx
IOOj OUT liartgsg* paey loans Ciarle* Axet-
Forest a**., a a, 300.3 ft. a, of 1634 gt. 62xlOO:
earn* kens Ezaanue! Solomon. ......._...«.... 8T.388)
Bsthsat* aye.. w. *.. and Washlngtom *v*.. aw a. a*- t
Jolning land* of Baasford & Morris. 24ta War*, mm stxU>
•art; Kstellet C. Everson et al. agt Isaao K. Haaberd -;
at «acU*n to set aside lsvy and aala); Oahoma. Hem* «■
ChurchlU, attorney*. ■ —
•Ist at. No. 38 West: Robert C. MscElrath agt. Soa'.t
8. Hall (action to declare tabla Uen); A. L. * 3. I*.
Park ay*.. w. a. whole front between 40th and 41at at*.
18?.*xlS0x trregular. and Avenue U. » w. earner Mth. St..
120.1x170. Irregular: Van Nordea Truss Company agt
John H. Murphy et al. (sart uon>. Johnston * Johsans*
at tomes a.
60th at.. No. OT West; Utaabeth J. Lyons agt- WTlßass
C. Cluptoa Csuraiu of attachment); G. P. Br*ck*mb>tSß*4
134 th at. a. a.. 810 ft w of 3:h ay*.. 25x00.i1: At -it:
"as*. T^aaass A. ]>h*laa st *i. (acttoa ta aojofeH)