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Of Interest to XV omen
YOUTHFULNESS IN VOGUE
Beautiful Materials Give Dignity
to Simple Frocks.
There warn many persons who think the
makers of fashion have qulta outdor.e
then^elves during the last few months in
their attempts to foist one absurdity after
■BsdMT upon a loug suffering publia but
the fact remains, nevertheless, that most
rf th* women one meets are clothed in a
FBOCKS OF COTTON CK.EPON.
charming and not altogether irrational
manner. In the tv.o so^ras Illustrated,
•n-bich arc of the type that has been gen
erally accepted for midsummer wear, there
is much that is lovely and nothing that is
The dress with the straight band around
UN hiiirt is of white cotton crepon, with
dots embroidered in white cotton. The
dots, which are much In relief, are enclr
.-ied by lines of king's blue. The little vest
hi the corsage, the collar, cuffs and band
st the bottom cf the 6kirt are of white
crepon. embroidered witb white cotton and
Jlned with king's blue. The hat is of
Italian stra-w. with the crown covered with
Ka.:k satin, and this material also faces
White crepon. printed with mauve rings
er.d of a texiure as fine as lawn, wa3 used
for the other frock. It has a foundation of
line mauve lawn, hich serves for petti
coat and vmmJt cover, and the embroideries
at the bottom of the skirt and on the
eleevea and con are in mauve cotton.
The inner Schu-like drapery and tie top cf
i- i blouse are of dotted net, and the neck
is nni£hed with a cord of beads made of
•white wood. The belt Is of mauve satin.
" With this costume is worn one of the new
HifclillM bats, which In this instance
lias lons ribbons tied under the brim at
Bmmm of the frocks that have lately ar
rived from across the water have the same
youthful lines that are seen in those in the
picture, ana which have been characteris
tic of the modes of the tsp-lng and sum
mer. -This style of apparel depends for
dignity upon the- beauty and richness of
the materials used. Women nave in the
la ft fern years learned much of the art of
tea Ins young, and it seems not unlikely
that with the present modes as an inspira
tion they may soon bring it to such a state
of perfection that the designers of femi-
BtM garments will no longer have to con
■ Mar the needs of the elderly woman, be
cauEf. she has ceased to exift-
SUFFRAGE PAGEANT PLANS
Spectacular Street Parade in
Preparation for October.
The women who want votes are making
liie of tIM luiHll I of. the "dog days," to plan
liottilities for next winter. Tho campaign
In Jffew York will be formally opened on
October 29 with a street parade— mo;-t
*p«Ktaculax affair if all the plans are car
ried out, and no poet ever dared hint that
disaster comes to any wwsept tho "plans o"
mlc«> bb' men." A woman's plan, c-spe
fiaHy a wman's suffxago paxada plan. Is
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Three of the city organizations aie to
unite in getting Bp a pageant— Equality
t^og -■ Self-Supporting W— ■. the Col
7«>giat<s Equal £u£ragQ Lcag--e and the Co
operative Service League. It will represent
t>i<s different periods in th« development of
woamWrn public life. First will come *.
- '■— In a. sedan chair, repreAentmg the
iirr«e when woman was c frail, helpless
creature, carried abcut by man. Behind
this • pp— wi!} be a float bearing en old
fsshiened spinning wheel, hand Icom and
the various otbar quaint and clurr.sj' ma
chines vMel voaaaa aaed lr. the dark ages
of her MstOftYi Then will come the dawn of
<ht rie-v era^-a really rosy. fingered dawn—
jna£& m of c. long line <-- the ptßtttaat cf
th<= yoaaa; suffrage enthusiasts. Tt.ey will
«iraq a barouche, in which will ride Bonie
• f the nrst workers fcr woman Eiiffr^^e—
those who £tarts<i the movement back in
After the dawn will come the bright day
light of the present. There will b« repre
sentatives of all branches of woman's ac
tivity, companies of factory girls, office
girls, salesgirls, school ttachers, doctors.
lavyerE, dectists, authors and cooks. They
■wlli wear the distinctive costumes of their
occupations, or. if college graduates, their
caps and gowns, witii t-colored hoods.
L«a£t of all. as a contrast to the delicate
creature of the 6eda.n chair, will march
mit athletic woman of to-day. There will
be a gymnastic squad. In costume, with
dumbbells and wands, then devotees of the
outdoor sports, golfers and mountain climb
ers. Then, to show that the woman of to
day caa control, not only herself but other
things, will be women on horseback, wor
n*•!! driving fcur-in-hands and women in au
u»niobik:s. "And. of course," said Mrs.
Harriot Stanton Blatch, of the Equality
I>eagtie, as she told the story of her plans,
"women can manage airships Just as well
i.s men. but I doubt if even men would
Guarantee an airship in a ttreet parade."
There is to be a meeting of committees
from each of the suffrage clubs on Septem
ber 8 to make arrangements for represent
tmt the other societies la ttm parade. Each
i* to be practically independent, and will
exercise all ttm feminine ingenuity in get
lii.g up an interesting rloat.
iluch is exsteciei from the suffrage l/ooth
at the Pure Food Show at Madison Square
Garden, from September 17 to 2-4. Booth
Ka ?2 has already been hired, and plans
are made for decorating it with banners
and suffrage mottoes. Badges, flags and
suffrage literature will be for sale all the
time, and each day there will be a special
article made by some famous suffrage
worker. For example, one day one can
buy Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Miller's marma
lade and the recipe tor the same; the next
day. perhaps, one will find Mrs. A. F.
Townsend's punch, and the third day It
may be Mrs. James I>ee3 Laidiaws sand
wlcbea. Finally, in the concert hall en one
day during the food show there will be a
6iiffrsge debate, the participants in Tvhich.
will be announced later.
A iearned German scientist, in the course
of an exhaustive study of the evolution of
the sense of color, discovered that the rain
bow has not looked the same to men in
all apes. He found that it was at first
thought to be all of one color. To Komer,
he bays, the rainbow seemed purple white.
At a later period Xenopbon saw in it "a
purple cloud, red and yellow gTeen." Two
centuries after this Aristotle distinguished
three colors — red, green and blue — and was
able sometimes to ccc yellow between the
red and gTeen. Three hundred years after
Aristotle came Ovid, to whom the rainbow
was "a thousand dazzling cotors, which the
eye cannot distinguish separately." But the
tricolor division persisted until tho thir
It used to be the woman who could not
cook who was blamed for all the ills of
society. Now it is the woman who does
not understand interior decoration. A writer
in "The Wall Paper News" contends that
one-half or a larger proportion of the do
mestic Infelicity in the world Is caused by
the inharmonious color schemes in the
home. "Imagine, if you can," he says, "the
condition of a mind confined in a room
where discords are continually being struck
on a piano — one discord, mind you. but
continuous, day after day. and month after
month. The result would be irritability
and distraction, to Fay the least; probably
Insanity. Why? Because the mind is af
fected through the ear by the discordant
sounds. .lust so with Inharmonious col
ors. They affect the mind through the eye
as forcefully as sound through the <?ar, and
cause irritability, fretfulness and bad tem
per, with its evil results."
A MEXICAN DISH.
The Mexicans make a savory dish by
frying; griddle cakes very thin, dipping
each one in chili sauce, placing them in a
hot dish, covering with grated cheese and
a few minced onions and garnishing with
JVcfc^j- of the Markets
Shortag* in Vegetables.
Trade at Washington Market, which is
always dull at this time of the year, is
stagnant Just now. Tho vegetable stalls
in particular look different from the booths
of a few weeks ago. The marked falling
off is attributed to the continued dryness
and the shortage from the Californian
producers. Cauliflowers are 25 and S6
cents a head, white and red cabbages are
10 and 15 cents a head, yellow squash are
! high at 20 cents each, canteloupes are 15
and 20 cents each, and mushrooms are
selling at the high figure of $1 50 a pound.
Nearly the last of the asparagus is 35
cents a bunch, celery is 25 cents a bunch
and eggplant is from 10 to 25 cents apiece.
Jersey corn is 35 cents and Country Gen
tleman corn 40 cents a dozen. Lettuce is
10 cents a head, spinach i£ 35 cents the
half peck, dill Is 10 cents a bunch, esca
role end chicory are 10 cents a head and
kohlrabi is 5 c«r.ts a bunch. Tomatoes
are 15 cents a pound, cucumbers are 10
cents each, beets are 5 cents a bunch, po»
tatoe? are 20 cents the half peck, turnips
are 6 cents a bunch, green peas are 15
cents a quart, wax and string beans are
10 cents, lima beans are 25 cents and
shelled peas are 40 cents a quart.
Fruit Scarce Also.
The midsummer fruit season promises
to be a poor one, as, owing to the late
nfese of the supplies from the West Indiea
and Cuba, there are very few fancy va
rieties being offered for sale. Malaga
cluster grapes are $1 a basket, seedless
grapes are the same price, and Delawares
are 40 cents a basket. Red plums, green
gages and Japanese plums are 76 cents a
basket. Californian nectarines are $1 a
basket, fancy majigoe.s are $1 a dozen and
oranges ar« 90 cent"? and $1 a dozen.
Peaches are 60 centa a large basket, but
the flavor is not good, being bitter and of
a wooden taste. Fresh almonds are 30
cents a pound. German prunes are 20 cents
a basket and black and white cherrlea
are each 60 cents a pound. Grapefruit are
25 and 30 cents each, and watermelons
are 60 cents each. Bartlett pears are from
£0 to 75 cents a dozen, wlnesap apples
are $1 25 a dozen and apricots are $1 a
backet. Huckleberries and blackberries
are 18 cents and rmapbeirloi and red cur
rants are 15 cents a box.
Meat and Poultry the Same.
Meat and poultry are about the same as
1* i week. • ■■■ t>iil' beiag up and imnb
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1910.
LOFT BUILDING, NEAR COMPLETION. SOLD
The Jensico, a Seven Story Apartment House on West End Ave
nue, Held at $150,000, Bought by an investor.
LARGE ANNEX FOR THE HOTEL WOODSTOCK
The neiv twelve story loft building near
ing completion on a plot 106.9x92 feet at
No. S7 to 4". West 20th street, adjoining
the Church of the Holy Communion, at the
northwest corner of Sixth avenue, was sold
The property was held at ?S«V),<XV>, and fig
ured in a trade involving more than $1,200,-
C«X', having passed to the ownership of
Thomas Swing, Jr., who gave in part pay
ment the Ewing property in Yonkers, com
prising about thirty-five acres fronting on
Palisade avenue and Amackaspin Road,
with a large residence and outbuilding?.
The property was sold by Brady, Adler
«£.- Koch, who purchased the site last year
from the church and leased the structure
upon completion to Steinfeld & Co., dry
goods merchants, for a term of twenty
Emma S. Beers has sold the Jensico, a
seven story elevator apartment house at
No. 5?9 "West End avenue, on a plot 45.10 x
V*> feet, adjoining the northwest corner of
West End avenue and lOftth street. The
purchaser, who acquired the realty a* an
investment, will occupy one of the apart
ments. The Jensico was held at $150,000.
The brokers In the transaction were the
Douglas Robinson, Charles S. Brown Com
Plans havo been iiled for making ex
tensive alterations to the twelve . story
building of the Hotel "Woodstock, on the
north side of 43d street. The plans call
for the building of an addition in the form
of an extension, twelve stories high, run
ning to the south side of 44th street The
fagado of this extension will be of lime
stone the first two stories, and brick, with
terra cotta trimmings, above, wiUi orna
mentations at the fourth and eleventh
floors, respectively. The elevators will be
removed to the rear of the building, whero
the addition adjoins the main building,
and a bedroom and bathroom built on each
floor in place of tho old elevator shafts,
and stairs will be removed from the present
building to the new extension and new
plumbing installed. The basement of the
new extension will contain the kitchen and
accessories. On the first floor will be a
large pabnroom, a women's dining room
and parlor, above that will be bedrooms and
small suites of rooms. Mulllken & Moeller
are the architects and estimate the cost of
these improvements at 5260,000.
REAL ESTATE NOTES.
Suit has been begun in the Supreme Court
by the Home Life Insurance Company
against the Metropolitan Building Company
and others to foreclose a mortgage of $150,
000 on property on the north side of 26th
j street, 157.6 feet west of Seventh avenue,
125.6x95.9 feet, on which there is erected a
mercantile building. The mortgage was
made on May 28. 1903.
Jacob Katz has been appointed receiver
of the rents of property on the east side of
the Bowery, r«.y feet south of Stanton
street, on a plot 5L6x174x irregular, known
as Nos. 231-233 Bowery, pending a 1 suit.
brought by Susan Van Praag against the
Mevon Realty Company and others to fore
close a second mortgage of $10,000. The
prior mortgage is $120,000.
LEASES REPORTED YESTERDAY.
Leon S. Altmayer has leased to M. Stitt
the sixth floor north in the Sterling ele
vator apartment, at No. 203 West 113 th
street, for a term of years.
Lewis L- Rosenthal haa leased for a term
of years the store No. 1941 Madison avenue
for William A. Martin to Harriet Cadugan.
THE PRIVATE SALES MARKET.
37TH STREET — investors and Traders'
Realty Company. William L. Sutphln president,
ha« bought No. 22 West 37th street, a thre« story
dwelling- house, on a lot 3L»xSB.9 feet. Mark Ra
faJsky & Co. were the brokers.
9CTH STREET— A. W. Jackson has sold for
Beke Schneider Xos. 210 and 212 East 96th
street, a six story flathoase, on plot 4&.3i100.S
WEST END AVENTJE— The Douglas Robin- !
son, Charles 3. Brown Company have sold for
Emma S. Beers, tho Jenslco. No. 829 West End
avenue, an eight story apartment house, on a
plot, 48.10x100 feet, to an investor, who will oc- j
cupy one of the apartments.
20TH STREET— The Brody. Adi ear & Koch ]
Company have sold the twelve story building !
recently completed at No. 37 to 43 west 20th j
street, adjoining: the Church of the Holy Com
munion, on a plot 106.9x92 feet. The property
was held at $SOO,OOO.
IS2D STREET — Edward A. Kranssman sold
No. 2-49 West 132 d street, a three story and J
basement dwelling on a plot 20x90.11 feet.
THE BRONX. >
176 TH STREET— & Cabn and J. J. Fitt
man have sold for Jacob Marx No. .*is East lJ76th
street, a two Btory house, on lot 20x125 feet.
16STH STREET — W. E. and W. L Brown,
Inc., In conjunction with Calder & Nassolt, have
»old for Mathew M. Edelman th* block front on
the 6outh side of lObth street, between College
and Fladlay avenues, & plot of sixteen lots, 200 x
DALT AVENUE^ John A. Steinmetz sold for
Henry Gargler the southeast corner of Daly ave
nue and 170 th street, on a plot 27x171x55 feat.
IN THE AUCTION MARKET.
The auction sales held yesterday at the |
Real Estate Exchange salesrooms. Nos. 14
and 16 Vesey street resulted aa follows:
By Joseph P. Day.
MADISON AYE. 747, c 8, 53.9 ft s of 63th et.
easier. ' The best lamb chops are 2S cents
a pound, hindquarters are 25 cents and
forequarters 20 cents a poup<i. Bacon is
2S and "0 cents a p<^und.
Fi6h prices show little difference from
last week, though fresh mackerel have
risen from 60 to 75 c^nts each, and Span
ish mackerel and whiteflßh are 26 cents a
pound. Calif ornian salmon are at the
staple price of 25 cents a pound, but Ken
nebec salmon, which will soon be out, are
up to 60 cents a pound. The latter are
always higher than the Puget Sound ones,
and will hang, in suitable surroundings,
for two months and longer, the rich oil
contained Id them preserving them, while
Cali?orn!an salmon similarly treated would
be hard and dry. Yellow pike are 25
cents, halibut IS cents, yellow perch,
porgies. butterfish. bluefish and sea bas3
15 cents, weakfisb 12 cents, and cod, floun
ders, carp and blackfish 10 cents a pound.
Lobsters are 30 cents a pound, and eoft
shell crabs arc $1 for lai.ge and 75 cents
a dozen for mediums.
Eggs St t f l Sold by the Dozen.
Butter is S3 cents a pound for fresh and
27 cents for sweet Eggs remain for the
present 2S cents a dozen, though the new
ordinance will soon be in force making It
obligatory upon the venders to sell them
by the pound. Opinion on this devel
opment is being li*!<l in check both by
buyer and seller, waiting tho progress of
Black Iloscien cherries are 30 cents a
pound uptown, mangoes are 25 cents each,
pines If cents each and grapefruit 15 cents
each. Lemons are 40 cents and oranges
20 cents a iluzen, and fancy Lucerne peara
are 10 for 25 cents.
Fish in the uptown sections are still
dear, lobsters being 35 cents a pound,
yellow pike 30 cents a" pound and 6ea bass
particularly high at 18 cents a paund.
Californian balinon are 30 cents a pound.
Spanish , mackerel 20 cents, halibut 18
cents, butteriish and yellow perch 16
cents and porgies 12% cents a pound.
Softahell crabs are 80 cents a dozen.
Roasting beef is Id cents a pound, por
terhoune steak 28 cents, roast of veal 20
cents and roast of pork 22 cents a pound.
King's smoked hams are 24 cents and
North and Ferris hams 23 cents. Corned
Ueef is 14 cents a pound lor ribs and 11
cents for navel
' 16.Sx<iO: 4 Bty dwg; adjourned to August 5.
IST AYE. 352. c s. 4R ft s of 21st st. 2Sx
' CS.S; 3 Bty mmt and store; sold to plaintiff for
150 TH ST. n ', 700 ft w vt Courtlandt ay»,
1 15x118.5, vacant; sold to Isidore Oshlag for
By Samuel Marx.
VALENTINE AYE, c s. 610.5 ft s of High
bridge rd. 200x250. to Tiebout aye zlOOz irreg,
j vacant; aujourned to August 5.
By Daniel Greenwald.
BROOK AYE. 300 and* 302. c s. 131.1 ft s of
I 141 st st. 52x88.6x48.1x99.7; 6 sty tnmt; sheriffs
1 sale of all risht. title, etc, which Joseph
! Wolgeaberg had on June 12, lf>OS. or since;
I Simon & A. attys, sold to Jennie Well for $35.
- (With name and address of lessee.)
AMSTERDAM AYE. 151: Wilhelmlna Mul
te'- ot al to Nicholas B Timbrook: '< yrs from
Any 1. 1910; 2 yrs, renewal; $3,:;00; address.
151 Amsterdam aye.
AVENUE A. 89. c s. 28.5x100; .Tames R
Roosevelt et al. trus. to Joseph Appelgate; 13
! yrs from May \. '1904; (.axes, etc. $SSO to
j $1,000; address, 39 Avenue A. :" i \
" BROADWAY, 2342, s c cor 85th sf. store;
I Walter A W«lls to Hfnry Nockin: 5 yrs from
i April JO, 1910; $3,500; address. 669 Columbus
GRAND ST, 32"', s c cor Orchard St. 4 sty
brk bl'igr; H A Goldman to William Sch^in
man; <i yrs 11 mos from Aug 1. 11*10; $7,000,
address, 284 Avenue B.
MOTT ST. 159; Frank Licato to Giuseppe
Giordano: .'. vrs from Aug 1, 3010; $2,700; ad
dreis. 11l Mulberry St.
3D AYE. 39519; Worcester <"'nnstruct»on Co
I to Israel Albert: 2 yrs S months from Aug- 1.
1910, to April 00. li>l3; $6,000; address, 31)93
■ 3d aye. ,
3D AYE. 4699 and 4701. B w COT lS9th si",
store an-1 cellars; George Keller Construction
Co to William S Kuse; 1' yrs 10 raos from
July 1, 1V>1O; Sl.bOO: address, 4ti99 3d aye.
2D AYE. 1524, store floor; .Tohn A Schap
pert to Lewia Leibowitz; "> yrs. from May 1,
1910; $1,200 to $1,500; address. 1824 2ti aye.
STH AYE. 223fi. store and basement.; Georse
j Harris to Nathan R Goldpraben; 4 yrs 9 moa
i from Aug 1. 1910; $1,500; address, 2236
j sth aye.
47TH ST. 345 East; Amelia. E Nichols to
I.lna Michel; 2 yrs 10 mos from July 1. I'JtO.
I $1,200; address, 145 East 47th St.
' 5'.>TH ST, 2 West, 3 upper floors; Charles
i W Schumann and ann to Charles J Uuveen;
! 10 yrs from Nov 1, 1'JlO; $4.0u0; address, 251
! sth aye.
116 TH ST. 103 West, rear rooms of both
stores: Samu6l Floersheimer and Samuel Rich;
7 yrs from Auk 1, 1910; $900 to 81,200; ad
dress, 8"_'o Broadway.
150 TIT ST, 819 East, n w cor Union aye;
Vito Fortannweere to Joseph Meyer; 3 yrs
from July 1. 1910; 82,500 to $3,500; address,
413 Brook aye.
(With name and address of purchaser.)
AYE A, 39, 4 sty brk, 26.6x100, leasehold; John
F Drake and ano, exrs to Ida A Drake; July 15;
$5,000; address, 245 West 52d sC
BROADWAY. 2503. 575.6x100, leasehold; tore
i closure; July 21, 1910; Charles J Leslie, referee,
j to Metropolis Leasing Coi July 28; $10,000; ad
| dress, 105 Broadway.
COOPER SQ, 29. formerly 355 Bowery, 24x100.
3 sty brk: Isabella Hoffman to Noaa Fells; July
-7; $110; address. 207 6th Bt.
CENTRE ST, 166 to 172, 4. 6 and 5 sty brk.
16.7x66.6x38.1x71; the City of New York to Myra
R Harper; July 26; $75,000; address, 21 Madi
EAST BROADWAY. 247. 4 sty brk, 23x57.6;
East Broadway. 24, 23.3x75; Blanche A Fanziger
to Wizard Realty Co, a corporation (mtg $59,000);
i July 2»; $100; address. 104 East 41st st.
LUDLOW ST. 117. 6 sty brk. 25i57.6; Aaron
Gordon to Isaac Adler; '-tt part (mtg $38,000;;
July 28; $100; address, 117 Ludlow st.
LUDLOW 6T, 27, 6 sty brk. 21xll0x Irreg;
Samuel Friedman et al to Max Cohen (mtg
$:;i.tioo); all liens; July 25; $100; address, 88
RIVINGTON ST. 149. 3 sty brk, 18-Sxs2; Jacob
I Rosenthal to Saul Llpkowitz (mtg $16,500); July
! 29; $100; address, 8 West 19th st.
IST AVEJ. w s. lot 209. Nicholas W Stuyvesant
map, between Bth and 10th sta, 23.1x100: Julius
Berkowitz to Manuel B Berkowitz (mtg $29,500);
1-3 part; July 28: $1; address, 101 l 3d aye.
6TH AYE, n w cor 51st st, 87x100; Margaret
B Newlngton to William Schek. Jr; July 23; $1.
SAMB PROPERTY; William Schek, Jr, to
Harry M Newington; July 28; $1; address, 323
West 106 th st.
7TH AVE3. 2297. S sty brtc. 16.7x75; Solomon L
Pakas to Joseph TulJ (mtg $12,000); July 21;
$100; address. Room 904, 135 Broadway.
6TH ST. 610 to 612 East, 6 sty brk. 35.10x92.6; |
Mollie Fisher to Margaret Jaeger (mtg $10,500);
ail liens; July 28; $1; address. 22S East 13th st.
15TH ST. 358 West. 8 sty brk, 100x103.11; Mc
! Keon Realty Co to Huldana Realty Co (mtg
$70,000); July 27; $100; address, 201 West 21st at.
S7TH ST. 145 East; 4 sty brk, 14x98.9; July
! 6; Margaret F Sloan et al, exrs. to Maurice J
i Moore; $24,240; address, ISA Berkeley pi,
48TH ST. 602 West; 5 sty brk. Soxloo.sx
irreg; foreclosure; July 20. 1910 (mtg $15,000);
I July 29 (over and above first mtg); Thomas N
I Cuthbert. ref. to Johanna M Waldeck; $3,000;
i address. 330 West 22d st.
70TH ST. 22 East; 0 sty brk. 15x100.5 (mtg
$16,000); July 27; Francis de R Wissmann to
Henry F Osborn; two-thirds part; $1; address,
850 Madison aye.
SAME PROPERTY: one-third part (mts;
$16,000): July 26: Charles F Wissmann to
same; $100; address, same as above.
75TH ST. 222 East; 4 «tv brk. 197x102 2:
July 19 (mtg $11,000); L Hess & Co to Armln
H Mlttlemann; $100.
73TH ST. 224 East; 4 sty brk. 19.7x102.2
(mtg $11,000); July 19: same to Baxne; $100.
75TH ST. 222 and 224 East; 4 sty brk. 39.2 x
102.2: July 27; Armln H Mittlemann to Will
lam R Wiiber and ano, trustees; $100.
SAME PROPERTY: q c; July 28: Henry
Brody to same. $100: address. 4'S Cedar st.
75TH ST, 225 East: 4 sty brk, 102.2: all
liens; July 19: L Hew &■ Co to Armln H Mlt
tlemann; $100; addrese. 320 Broadway.
SBTH BT. 210 East; 6 oty brk, 25x100.8
(mtg $20,500): July 2S: .Theodore Katz to
Adoiph Grablo; $100; address, White Plains,
10STH ST. 823 West; 5 sty brg, R6x Irreg;
July 2S: Margaret B Newington to William
Schek, .1r; $1.
SAME PROPERTY: July 28: "William
Echek, Jr. to Harry M Nowlngton; $1; address.
£23 West 106 th st.
123 D ST. 409 and 411 East; two 3 sty brks.
37.6x100.10; foreclosure; July 2S, 1910; July
29: Frederick R Richref to Keats Co; $500;
address. 135 Broadway.
132 D ST. 268 West: S ety brk, 16.8x99.11
(mtg 58.500); July 29: Harry L Rosen to Mar
garet Rosendale; $100; address, 558 West
BROADWAY, c s. 124.11 ft n of 231 st st.
24.10x60x Irreg (mtg $5,000): July 25: Adoiph
M Bendheim to Helen S Sartorlus; $100; ad
dres». Room 302. 12S Broadway.
BOSTON RD. s s. 94.5 ft « of Prospect aye,
25x90 (mtg $17,900): July 23: David David
sohn to John H Wynn; $1; address, 951
CLAY AYE. s c cor of 168 th Bt, 507.6x50
(mtg $25,954): all liens: July 22: Otto J
Schwarzler to O J Schwarzler Co. $100; ad
dress, IS4O Brook aye.
CLAY AYE, 1272, w s. 46.3x80. A J ScbTrars
ler Co to August E Hunger (mtg $23,000); July
26; $100; address, 1272 Ciay aye.
CRESTON AYE. w 8, 97 ft n of lS3d et, 1?.9x
117.6; Elizabeth Ber.dfeldt to Walter S Becker
(mtg $8,250): July 28; $1; address. 123 sth aye.
CRQSTON AYE. w s, 97 ft n of 183 d et, lS.9x
117 A V.'arren Construction Co to Elizabeth
Bendfeldt; July 28; $100; address. 123 sth aye.
LAWRENCE AYE. c s. 150 ft n of Railroad
av«=, 50x200 to w s Main aye. Pelham Park, ex
cept part for Baychester avej Honora Warren
to Denis Quinn; July 2S; $100; address, 271
. LOTS 149 and 150. map Bronx Terrace: Irving
Realty Co to Frederick Lohmar.a; July 2S; $100;
address, 3309 Perry aye.
LOT 3 47 and 48. block 21. map Bruce Brown
Land Co; Bruce Brown Land Co to Annie Tobias.
July 23; $100; address. 2023 Lexington aye.
LOTS 40 and 41 and 40A and 41A. block 20.
same map; same to Frank Orth; July 23; $100;
address. 855 10th ay*.
LOTS 16 and 18, map Cebrlc Park, Steinmetz
Construction Co to Baxter-Howell Building Co
(mtg $800); June 27. $100; address, 404 Easi
LOTS 1« and 1«, map Cebric Park; Lawrence
Harpret to Stelnmetz Construction Co (mtg
$8O0): April 22. 1910; $100; address, 1416 Glover
MARTHA AYE. 4376. 25x100; Ernst M Keller
to Emmanuel M Woeahla (mts $4.750>, July 27;
$100. address. 1700 Walton aye.
MORRIS AYE. 624. 17.3x70.3x irreg; Francis
E Day to Lucia Lupo; July 2S; $100; address.
624 Morris aye.
MORRIS AYE. 2303. 37x120; Otrrie Damra to
Albert L Lowensteln (mtg $.S,500); July 4; $100.
address, 12 West Fordham rd.
OLINVILLE AYE. c s, 125 ft 8 of Port si.
25x10L\2; Mary B Hardie to John A Kchoen-
July 28; $1; address, 171 Kast 90th et. ,; .
UNION AYE, w s, 23t5.10 ft n of 163 d Bt. 75. 6 x
264.5 to Tinton aye: Sarah Hlrsch and atio to
the Unton-Tlnton Improvement Co; July 21;
$35,000: addr»s» Room 1600, 141 Broadway.
VAI^BJNTINE AVB. c ■, ai3.l ft s of 184 th
et. 25x120: Mary A Halloway to Joseph Maudcrer
(nittf $4,500); July I*9; $100; address. City lslana
aye. City Island. -
WEEKS AYE. 1658. i'i>xKs; Wo*ka aye. 1«&«,
a>xt>s; Weeks aye, 1654. 20xU5: Weeks ay«, lei:*
£0x95; Elizabeth Steinberg to Paul Schwara (mig
$27,000); July 15; $100; address. 65rt Fox st.
WHITLOCK AYE, n w s, 120.8 ft c of 144 th
at, 100.1x130; Haeusermann Metal Mf« Co to
Paul Sthwarz (mtg $4,000); July 28; $1.
SAME PROPERTY; Paul Schwarz to Eliza
beth fitelnb«rg (mtg M.«00>: July 1»; $100; Ull
111—. 2224 81*t »t, Brooklyn.
U'AiiIIINOTOM AVii, V «. 125 tt a 0l FlcttU«r ,
st. 60x145; Samuel Desowtt* to EllM^th B«r.d
feldt. ons-half title and Interest; July 19; *i
address, 2036 Webster aye. ,
SAME PROPERTY: E!!zaN»th Bendfeldt to .f.
Warren Constn Co (mtg $7,500). July •«
address. 2036 Webster ay«- , „
TM AYE. 8 f v, lot 1050. map ■Wak-ftel'l. w*
314: James C Crawford -t al » k&jjf^th
Murray. July 18; $100; address, 249 We»t l» ln
6t "I4OTH ST. IW East. 4.t95. Eli M Cohe^W
Fle.^hmann Realty and Coßgi Co (»«W;^
b and s and c ag; July £i. 9 1 - BQUic *
i?OTH ar T. 617 East 40*98; ggf'S.S
Realty and Constn Co to Ell M cone n v aii _
$28.0f<0): b ar.d s and c a g: July -•• **'
dress. 115 Broadway l^_,"l v ._ « O'Neill
W6TH ST. 4SB East. 0 100^, 1^. ATA Tu iy 21;
to Marj" E r Nicbola (m»E $13,500). JJ'y *
$100; address, 1910 Webster aye.
(With name and address of lender's attorney.)
interest 5 per cent unless other* s_ateo. -
CENTRE Sl* 166 o to 172. 4. .6. B i .tyWc. J-MJ
1 Trust Co; $75,000; address, 22 tlllam st
COOPER SQUARE 20. 3 -ty
yrs: Noah Fels to Hattia G Cozznw. *li.uw.
address, 257 Broadway. ' ■. .
tornfby. r II Tatterson. 1O Wall st.
torney..P II Patterson. 10 "Wall st.
RIVINGTON ST, 75 and 77 7 ty brk • ♦-•;
77 .prior mtg |H.«M>; Jul >' ?, : "' Reaity and
cent: Abraham Ro?en Co Agenc n , O n Hop
j Mortgage Ct>; $16,000; attorneys. Stanton d. nop
| kina, 31 Nassau St. .' ":' __ Iftn „
WEST END AYE. 60. 5 "S**.^^*,
yrs: July 27; Tnlon <'°™*™ Uo "f?X*Uor-
Co to Adele Kneeland. exrs. etc; $13.000. attor
ney. Henr>- T BogTt, 80 Nassau st.
7TH AYE 2297 3 .ty brk. 10.7x75; p m fprtor
! mag $V_y.MX>i; Jnly --7; due etc, ***£*£*:
John Tull to Solomon L Pakas: $1,000. attor
ney», Stoddard & Mark. ISS Broad* aj.
UTH ST, 203 East. 4 sty brk. 2«x103.3 (prior
attorney. Lawyer* Title Insurance, and Trust Co.
160 Broadway. ... ,«,»"•»
15TH ST centl Sa^Helle? to William Engel;
yr-s V>, Wnt; Max HeUer to William Engel.
$2,000; address, 302 Broadway.
36TH ST. s s, 806 ft c of Bth are 2^jJ«
30th st. s s. Of. ft c of 7th ay. >*?**<}£%
mt $145,000);. .1u«. etc. as p^r bond; I '«^ r '
Soltman to Emil Befbt; $23,000; attorney. Robert
C Rathbone. 45 William st.
42D ST. 223 West, 3 sty brk. ZSX&-* SST^p
mt K $— July 20; 1 yr. « per cent; Thomas T
siuVes attorney*, Norwood & Harden. b8 truj.
$1,000: attcrneys, Norwood & Marden. b3 WUi
42D ST. 834 'west. 3 sty brk. in.7xS«.O: 3 yrs.
4 'A per cent: July . a>; Charles Dou^ert^et a,
to Franklin Savlntrs TSank; $3,000, attorney,
William Powell, 21> Wall st.
50TH ST. 837 West. 3 sty brk 19-2xlooß
(prior mt« $11,000): June 1: New York loly
clinic Medical School and Hospital to John 1 A
Wyeth; $2,000; attorney, E A Darling. 23 East
21st et. .
50TH ST. n s. ;356.8; 356.8 ft w nf Bth aye. 13.2s
100.5: 3 vrs, 6 per cent; June 13: same same.
$2,500; attorney. E A Darling. 23 East 21st «t.
oOTH ST. n s. 540 ft w of Sth ay« l -^ o^?]
8 yrs. 6 per cont: New York Polyc llnlc dlcal
I School and Hospital to John A Wyeth: $5,000.
50TH .ST. 338 West. 3 sty brk. I * 2 *JS°isL*3!
13; 3 yrs, 8 per cent: same to same; $3,WU, aa
dres3, 244 Lexington aye.
66TH ST. n •, 275 ft w of Sth aye. 6^l^:" '
due etc, aa per bond; First Church of the Dls
r.lples of Christ, a corporation, to New loric
Savings Bank; $50,000; address. 81 Bth aye.
57TH ST. 235 to 241 East. 3 3 sty brk. 78.*?
100.5; July 2S: demand, 6 per cent : ( W„£
Realty Co to Lincoln Mortgage Co: $60,000. at
torney, Henry A Blumonthal. 100 Broadway.
SGTH ST, 510 East. 5 sty brk. 25x102.2; dTie.
etc. as per bond July 0: Mary A McQutre to
Greenwich Savings Bank; $8,000; address, 24t> 6th
10STH ST. 2286. 4 sty brk. 25x100.11: July 2S;
demand. 6 per cent: Lulgi Pitllll to LJon Brew
ery; $4,125; address, Columbus aye and 108 th st.
• 126 TH ST. 45 East. 3 sty brk. 20xft9.11; July
28; 2 yrs. 6 per cent; Mary A Brosnan to Tim
othy Brosnan; $2,00i>; attorney, William Ber
nard. 140 Broadway.
179 TH ST 8 s. 125 ft c of Fort Washington
aye. 50x92.0; July 28: 5 yrs; Hargood Realty and
Construction Co to Eliza Dunham and ano. ex
ecutors; $50,000; attorneys, W B & Q F Cham
berlin. 31 Nassau st.
170 TH ST a s. 225 ft c of Fort Washington
aye, 50x»2.6; July 2S; due Jan 28. 1914; Haryood
Realty and Construction Co to Josephine E Car
penter; $50,000; attorneys, same aa above.
179 TH ST, s s. 175 ft « of Fort Washington
aye, 50x82.6; July 28: 5 yrs: Hargood Realty and
Construction Co to Virginia Danzlger; $00,000,
attorneys, Orois & SDeudalra, 308 Broadway.
BBHKMAX AYE. n w cor Oak Terrace, 60»,
25x100; 5 yrs: July 29: Thomas H Tully Con
struction Co to Ella M Burke; $25,000; attorneys,
O'Brien. Boardman. Platt & Littleton. 2 Rector «t.
SAME PROPERTY (prior mtg $25,000); July
12- 2 yrs. 6 per cent: same to Alfred G Comj>
ton; $5*.000; address, 40 West 126 th st.
BERGEN AYE, n 8. at b s Westcheeter aye.
J66.10X irreg: due Nov 25. 1914. 4% per cent:
July 26- Richard Slegman and ano to Bowery
Savings Bank; $21.0C0; address. 128 Bowery.
CRESTON AYE. w 9. 97 ft n of lS3d Bt. 18.9 x
117.6; p m (prior mtg S — ); July 2S; due Jan
28 1912. 6 pc- cent; Eliz Bendfeldt to Rena
Sulzberger: $1,250; address. 38 Park Row.
CLAY AYE, 1272. 40.3x80; p m: July 26: 2 yrs.
6 per cent: August E Hunger to A J Schwari
ler Co; $2,000; attorney, Edward J Krus, jr, 1M
EASTERN BOULEVARD, sb,s b, at s s land of
estate Frances L Waring et al at Throg's Neck,
runs n c 401.5 x s c 507 x s c 326. 4 x s c Sl4x n w
274.7 x s w 64.9 x n w 596.10 x n w 795.5 X n c
250 x w 250.7 x n w 260.3 to Eastern Boulevard x
n c 662.7 to beginning: July 29: due Nov 1. 1911;
John J Roberts to Broadway Savings Institution;
$20,000; attorney. Richard B Kelly. 170 Broad
HARRISON AYE, w e, 175.3 ft n of Mortnm
pi, 56.4x122x lrreg: due. etc. as per bond; Chris
tine Willie to John C Boyle, trustee; $10,000;
attorney, Samuel Rlker. Jr. 46 Cedar st.
HUGHES AYE. w s. 125 ft s of 187 th st. S(Yx
57.6; bid? loan: July 28; 3 yrs. 6 per cent, until
total amount has been advanced, and thereafter
at 5 per cent: Gerardo Spota and ano to Italian
i Savings Bank; $22,000; address, 64 Spring st.
IiOT 119, map Laeonia Park, 25x100; p m
(prior mtg $ — ); July 6; 8 yrs, 6 per cent; Gold
f»in Realty and Construction Co to Annie Dillon;
$350; attorneys, Frankenthaler & Sapinsky, 35
LOTS 260 and 261. map 370 lots. McGraw es
tate: July 27; due. etc, as per bond; Valentino
Gies to Mary A Brown, gdn, and ano; $3,000;
attorney. Title Guarantee and Trust Co. 176
LOTS 40 and 41 ani 4OA and 41 A. map 1.443,
Bruce Brown Land Co at Throg's Neck: p m;
July 23: due. etc, bb per bond; Frank Orth to
Bruce Brown Land Co; $2,695; attorneys. Leven
tritt. Cook & Nathan, 111 Broadway.
I.OTS 16 and 18, map Cebrl* Park (o Mdg
loan mtgs, each $3,800): June SO; 3 yrs, 5Va per
cent- Baxter-Howell Building C3n to Pough
keepsie Trust Co: $11,400; attorney. C W H
Arnold. Poughkeepsie, N Y.
LOTS 149 and 150. map Bronx Terrace: p m;
July 23: due Dec 1. 1913. 6 per cent; Frederick
Lohmann to Sally Orth; $1,100; attorney. Charles
H Baechler. 1126 Walker aye.
LONGFELLOW AVB, s w cor Freeman st.
131.9x100.5 (prior mts $102,000): 4 months; liOng
fellow Rfalty Corporation to Cross, Austin &
Ireland Lumber Co: noto: $2,183 48; attorney.
Bruce W Belmont. 1246 Grand st, Brooklyn.
LAWRENCE AYE. c s, 150 ft n of Railroad i
aye. 50x200 to Main aye.: 5 yrs. 6 per cent; Denii j
Quinn to - Honora Warren; $730; attorney. T
Power, West Chester, N Y.
MORRIS AYE, 624. 17.3x70.3; p m: July 28;
5 yrs- Lucia Lupo to Francis E Day; $8,000; at
torney. Tltlo Guarantee and Trust Co, 176 Broad
OLINVILLE AYE. c b. 125 ft s of Post aye,
2&ZI2S; p m: WllllamsbridF*: July 28; 4 yrs;
Jbhn A Pchoen to Mary E Hardie; $2,000;
p.tCornev. Title Guarantee and Trust Co. 178
OAK TREE PLACE, s s, 176.3 ft w of
Hughes aye. 18.9x95; July 14; duo. etc as p«r
bond: Value Realty Co to Bazena T D Merri
man; $5,000: attorney, Edward T Moran. 51
PROSPECT AYE. s w cor 168 th «t, 30x103; I
5 yrs: Albert J Schwarzler to New York Trust \
Co; 525.000; attorneys. Bowers & Sands, SI
SHERIDAN AYE. w s, 177 ft 8 of 161 st st.
27.2x!>5x irreg: installs $40 monthly; 6 per
cent: July 27; Dave Caruthers and ano to
G^orKe H Wostfall; $500; attorney. G F Orr.
27 William at.
TAYLOR AYE. 1621. lot 256. map Van Nest
Park; due. etc, a« per bond: July 2S; Carlo
Mcntaena to Frank Paganuzzl; $2,500; attor- '
ney. Tula Guarantee and Trust Co. 176 Broad- I
UNIOX AYE, w s. 236.10 ft n of 163 d st, j
75.6x2*4 5 to Tinton aye x75. 6x264. 4x lrre«; j
p m: building loan: July 28; 1 yr. 6 per oent; j
Union-Tlnion Improvement Co to John T Un- .
dt-rwr.od ; $130,000; attorneys. Strauss & An- j
derson. 141 Broadway.
VALENTINE AYE. s s, 313.1 ft s of 184 th
■t, 25x120; 1 vt. 8 per oont: July 29; Jonepn J
iM-iudcrer to Mary A Halloway: $1,000; aitor- <
ney. Thomas C Patterson, 47 Courtlandt aye. !
WESTCHESTER AVK, s c cor Southern
Boulevard. lOOx lrreg; due. etc. as per bond; ,
July 2P: American Real Estate Co to Titlo !
Guarante* and Trust Co; $175,000; address. ]
WILKIN'S AYE. c b. 2fi2.6 ft n of 170 th st, !
117.«xl0; demand; 0 per cent: M F Construe- '
tion ' •<> to City Mortgage Co; $7S.000: address. !
15 Wall st.
STH AYE. n s, east half lot 1050. map
Wakeflcld, 50x114; p in; July IS; '■'> yru. s>i
per cent; Katharine E Murray to Prohibition
Trust Fund Association et al. exr». $4,000: at
torneys. Feltretch, SUkman & Beyb«l, 41 rark :
ir.STH ST. sh, 7. r .O ft eof Courtlandt aye. '
50x100; July 30; 5 yr«; Sarah R Lawrence to
L'.nilt^d States Title Guaranty and Indemnity :
Co; $l».000; address, 20 Ve»ey «t.
2:»4TH ST, n s, ISS ft vr of Katonah aye. i
25x100; 8 yra. RH |^r oent; May 1; O<sr- i
miniky Construction Co u> Central Mortga^a I
234 TH ST. n •. 210 ft w of Katonah ay«. ■
24.10x100: 8 yrs. SV» per ctut; May 1; same '
to *am»; $4,600.
234 TH BT. n ■. 234.10 ft w t\f Katunah aye.
28.2x100; 3 yr». 5H i>«r cent: May 1; aaine to ■
288 TH ST. ■ s, 185 ft w of Katonah avo. |
35x100; 8 yrs, I ,s per cent; May 1. aame i,>
235 TH ST. s a. Vio ft w of Katonah aye, '.'Jx < !
5 00; 3 >i>- 5H per cent; May 1; iu»r 10 I
sam«: $4,500 |
, S33TU &T, it a, 23S U w uf Katoaah aw, 1
2!Wlf>O: S ri, Zli per cent: May l;'nm» to
same; $4,500; address. 60 Wall st.
(With name and addr«s rf lender's attorney.)
AMSTERDAM AYE, 495; o sty brk. 25x90. 10;
Sept 28. IR.T9 Loulm W Hansen to the Horn*
for Old Men and Aged Couples. $19,000; attor
ney. Henry Lewis Morris, 32 Liberty st_
BARROW ST. 27; 5 sty brk. 37.»x50; r»b 2.
1905; Thomas Brazier to Henry B Bowron. of
Stamford. Delaware Co, M V. $12,000; attor
neys. Wyatt & Trimble. 34 Ptr.e Bt.
BAKROW ST. 27; 5 sty brk. 37.6x50 : Au» 7.
190*>- Thomas Brazier to William > E Wyatt.
trustee: $-4,500; address. 34 Pine st.
LEXINGTON AYE. 133. 16.9 ft n c of 29th
st: 4 sty brk. ie.4xAs: July 27. 1907; Thomas
Armstrong Kinz and ano to Catharine A Martin
and ano: $15,000. attorney. Frank M Tlcnenor.
38 Park Row.
ST NICHOLAS AYE. 305.9 ft s of 145 th St.
100x100; Sept 1. 1999: Klrby Construction Co
to Title Insurance Co; $52,500; address. 135
SAME PROPERTY; S»pt 1. 1909; tarns to
same; $20,000; address, same as above.
ST NICHOLAS AYE. c s. 308.9 ft s of 145 th
St. 100x1' April 1, 1903; Alfred H Marvin to
.1 Fred-rick Grasmlrck; $43,000; address. 90 Nas
7TH AYE, 231. 5 sty brk. * <• cor 2Cth st.
20.9x70; Aug 2, 1909; Ida A Gallatln to Eliza
r"th F Boyd; $3,300. attorney. Title Guarantee
and Trust Co. 176 Broadway.
9TH ST. C 24 East, 5 sty brk. 20x78: June 10.
1910; Annie Golden to Joseph Splvak; $2,250;
attorney, Abraham M Pariser. 2SO Broadway.
9TH ST. 64 East. 5 sty brk. 80x108; July 24.
1907; Ch3rlcs I> Bcoth and ano to Elizabeth.
Elwood and Elvire C Clocke; $3,000; addr«s«*.
2022 Boston Road.
14TH ST. 114 East. 5 sty brk: 13th st. 111.
! 113. 113. 117. lly. 121 East. 6 •> sty brk. runs ■
I 106.6 x s 113-9 x n • 13.6 x s ll>7 llx w 150 x n
20»>.<> to a c 14th st if along s s 14th at 25. to
' beginning; Feb 7. 1593; I?!dor 8 Korn and ors
I to the Brooklyn Savings Bank; $100,0u0; aiidreM.
I Pierrepont st, Brooklyn.
24TH ST. 231 East; 6 sty brk. 29.4x98.9; March
5. 1905; Garson Kamen and ano to Joseph L
Buttenwieser; $S,00O; addre*. '. 220 Broadway.
47TH ST. SB West; 4 sty brk. 21.&xl0O.5; June
28. 1903; William 1. Sutphln to Lawyers Title
Insurance and Trust Co; $50,000; address. 160
SSTH ST, 556 "West; 4 sty utable, 75x100.5;
July 12. 19U9; Sarah A Bra-iy to the Emigrant
Industrial Savings Bank; ( JO>); address, 51
94TH ST, 32 West; 6 sty brk. 50x102.2; May
27. 1907; Abraham Gordon and nth«*rrs to Isaac
Kurtzman; $2O,tVH>: attorneys, Arnsteiu, Levy &
Pf"!ff»r, 12S Broadway.
9STH ST, 57 and .",f> West; « sty brk. &f>x
100.11: May 25. 190R; Otto Rehfeidt to the
Century Bank of the Cftv of New York; $9,000;
address, sth aye and 20th st.
102I> ST. 310 East, s s. 200 ft m r.f 2d aye:
S sty brk, 25x100.11; April 2*. 1MB; Gabriel
Frlod to Hiram V V Braman. exr; $16,500;
attorneys. Noble & Camp. 2 Wall st
135 TH ST. 521 West. 40599.i1: 5 sty brk: Jun»
, 21. 1906; Myer Cohen and o ths to William Aujru*
tus Spencer and Wolcott n I>ane. trus; $3.^.oC»>
! attorneys. Miller. Kins, Lane & Trafford. 8O
BOSTON AYE. s c s. r.67.1 ft • of Jefferson
st. «8x51.7x90x47.1: May 9. 1599- F»atricl£ Neill
to Margaret B Newlngton. extnt: July 22. 1910;
$4,000; attorneys. Harris, Convin. unnison &
Meyprs, l."> 0 Niiasau St.
FREEMAN ST, s W cor of Ix>ng;e.M>w aye. 319
X 109.5; Xov IS. 1909: I^ongfellr.w Realty Cor
poration to North American Mortgage Co; $SO.
000; address. 100 Broadway. •:.--:'
FREEMAN ST. c w cor of Longfellow avw,
109.5x131.9: Dec 14. 1909: Longfellow Realty Cor
poration to Lizzie Shldlovaky; $5,000; attorney.
Adolph Cbhen. 220 Broadway.
PLOT 7. map 55 plots, containing 209 lot 3.
' property Fort Washington and Buena Vista Syn
i dicate, map No 1338: March 24. 1910. Cotoba
Realty and Construction Co to Leopold Weil;
$12,500; attorneys. Franc, Newman & Newgasa.
43 Cedar st.
WALTON AYE. n c cor of East 175 th st. 9f>x
100: Sept 17. lyOS: George W Edmondson . to '
George E Buckbee; $10,000; address. 507 Tremont
WILLI9 AYE. 255. n w cor of 139 th st, 2T.x73:
July 25. 1896; Ferdinand Kurzman and ano to
the Farmers Loan and Trust Co; $16,000; ad
dress. 22 William St.
WILLIS AYE. 257. 25x73; July 25. 1S9«; Fer
dinand Kurzman and ano to the Farmers Loan
and Trust Co; $10,000: address. -_'2 William st.
ST ANN'S AYE. 664. 50.6x25.3x trreg: April
6. 1906; Julius Brann to Maurice Well, sr; $3.
| 000; attorney. J J I>anzlger, 50 Pine st.
ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGES.
lEidor Phillip* to Waldemar Dorfman; 2 asst»;
John Kingston to Frederick Wlttingfeld; $I.ooa
Charles A Lauraelstor to August* Blocaques;
Amelia Dilclc. «xecutrlx, to Caroline B "Wet
Knickerbocker Trust Co to Anna, B Haa«;
Clara Brvce to Julius Oppenhelmer; $26,000.
Julius Oppenheinier to Louis Oppenhelmer:
Louisa A Barnard and ano, trustees, to Ida
Mason and ano. trustees; $43,000.
Elizabeth Wright to Moses G Wright; $2,100.
Guaranteed Mortgage Co to Carnegie Trust
Co: 3 assts; $9,0t)0.
James Stokes to German Savings Bank; 2
Verio Land Co to Knickerbocker Trust Co; $1.
Max Selig et ai, executors, to Bella Loudoa;
Herman Menaker to Francis A Bryan: $3,000.
Barne to same; $4.000..
Lawyers Mortgage Co to Marie L Wright; 2
assts: each $17,500.
Same to Caroline F W Moretll: $17,500.
Same to Mortgage Eon.i Co: $33,000.
Excelsior Savings Bank to Lawyers Mortgage
Marie Butt to Christina Tung: $4,000.
Fanny Levy to Emanuel Brumrael: $10,000.
Grossman Bros & Boeenbaum to Wl'.iiara
William Claman to Theodore B Gaty; $5,000.
Ellis L Amdur to Sigmund Holzer; $600.
Clarence S Weller to E!Us L Amdnr; $9«'>o.
Isaac Levison and ano to Jacob Steil and
JULY C 3.
ÜBERTT ST, OB: J F Elanchard Ca ajrt
Liberty-Nassau Building Co. owner: C L Gray
Construction Co, contractor; $23.i>01> 20.
DALY AYE. w s. CO ft s of l"Sth st. StxlOO;
Christopher l'"ab*J agt Merrlvaie R>»alty Co,
owner; "W S Arthur, contractor: $161 06.
8D ST. 55 and 57 West; Karris Katz a?t
Livingston Holdlnsf Co. owner; Duana Realty
Co, contractor; |o!v
MACOMB'S PAM RD. n w cor 152 d st. lOOiTS;
l'nlte<i Plumbers' Supply Co a?t Teichman En-
Blneerlnj and Construction Co. owner; Knicker
"bocker PlutuLilng Contractors, contractor; $BJB*CBL
NASSAU ST, M: Gramplon Realty Co agt
Henry Brash, owner; Wiener <£; Greanatone. ccn
tractors. J1.958 00.
AMSTERDAM AYE. S6: Joseph Grossman a«t
Emil SUverman. ovrnrr and contractor; $033 53.
AMSTERDAM AYE, S«: Joe Fagen agt Emil
Eilverman. owner and contractor; Joseph Gross
man, contractor; $I^4 ZO. %
AMSTERDAM AYE. 88; Israel Freiman agt
'J2V> ST. C 27 East; pp.ter Cramer agt Theresa
J Kelly, owner; Georgo Kelly, contractor and
22D ST. 237 East: sani* agt same; J2O
MOUNT HOPE PL. 14 and 16; Sanatlla Cr>
ajrt Rehbock Construction Co* owner an-J con
«OTH ST. 115 and 117 West; Joseph Foxtow a<t
Madelene Leake. own»r; -Elizabeth M Garner.
extrx. contractor: $249 50. .
101 ST ST. 50 East; David Braun agt Rebecca
Miller and Mary Sturman. owners and con
tractors; Abraham Sturman. agent and con
O£>TH ST. 163 West; Frank C O'Donn«n *
(\> a« Mary J Gajnor, owner and contractor;
* 140&4 - .
SATISFIED MECHANICS' LIENS.
PAULDIXG AVK. c i. 25 ft ■ cf 2X7th st:
M-ur.t \ernon Bulldln* Supply Co agt Frank
Yorla et al: May 6. 1010: $133 04.
EAST BROADWAY. 251 ; Jacob Llebovitz et
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES |
O^W% W * j^^ Large and Small
1 o L,et Offices
Single or en Suite in the
ZS4 A T assan Street Opposite City ITull Purk
The Centre of
Transit for th<
All within a Stei
APPLY FOJC TERMS TO THE RENTING
AGENT. ROOM 610
a! agt Simon Webovtts «t al; r>o 3 • i m -■
bond): $350 i ' mm ***
SAME PROFKRTT; S»mo»1 '"rlaasiM, .
same; Dec 3. I£*>9 (by bocd>; *4CV "« Mt
NEW BUILDING PLANS/;
GREEN ST. 625; for a. * it 7 f artar _.
Oreeiwrich Invest \:.z Co. as Weit I3v<- ;
owner: Gronenber* * Leuchtag. 7 \7 es , •*•
architects, cost. $25,000. . .^
G-REENWICH 3T. 7M». for % 9 «tr hri^.
factory. 21x8«; Gr*«nrwich tr.T«^i n c •»",!*
rjrr:n»nb«rj <fc Leacbtag. architect* co«. «-•* l
000. 1 r~". .VTT."
(Item* under $5,000 omlttsd)
43D ST. n ■, 321 ft w of «th ars; t/>t /> . W
■ty brick h«t«l; Hotel Woo<!ity«/-<. preeiW
owner; Mulliken A Mo«!J«r. 103 p»i%Zi
architect*: cost. $230,000. "**
WEST BROADWAT. 417; to a 5 st 7 b-,>
tnmt; J A S=Uol«s, 4»'"> r«ntral p*ri» wiiT
own«r; W«s«t A Sprlagfstelo. 21 Wsst Qa »
architects; cost. S-VSOO.
220 TH ST. n s. 125 ft w of Bron_xnro3d aT "»
for a 2 sty frame stable. 20x19; \:b«rt
Wawryzniak. on prerrslseo. owner; G*or; 8 tt
Olphert. jr. 877 Ba*l 2-'ith st. architects; ee,r
TURNBULI- AYE. r. s. 3*» ft w of Hav»raer«
aye; for i 1 sty framo barn and sh.d. ' 4x*»
John Lutz. 22",* Herxany av«s. owner; Thoicii
L Wawman. 2238 EUla aye. architect; • cor
L!S pENDENS. >'»5
LOT S«. bier* 675. e~rt!on 3. "■ reap, M*a«
hattan: lot Sit block f;T4 section 3. tax n» B
of Marratian: two actions; F>.%i'y -.•»o<-lat#»
a*t" Nathalie E Baarttca et al two aet!on» t»
foreclose tax Uen>; attorney. II Swain.
WKST BROADWAY, n c cor Warrea it.
75 3x53.7; 4th aye. s w cor 32d st. — ts3.v,
Robert L Morrell ast IT«« York I.lf» in,--,
ance and Trust Co. tranter, etc, c: al <3 ar .
titlon): attorney, C X Topping.
trXIN'OTON AYE. IMS: Amy A C Man
taKtio agt Mary E ilnlvthlll et al <am»ad»<i
foreclosure of mt»); attorneys. Earle & Raj
tr>TH ST. 251 to 255 W°«- Charles B "STO.
Jtinaon a<rt Johnston Um«fvl Realty Co f»secl2»i
p*rformanc«K attorney, M Hart.
TOT 61. block 674. section — . tax map ,f
Manhattan; Realty Associates a^t —^•iyN T
V C Hamilton et at faction to forscloseux
lien): attorney. H Swain.
120 TH ST. n •. S4 (I •* ef M ay*. o«,
10A.11: Abraham L Ka>> act Krnaan L»T«a
(foreclosure of rr.t^i; attorr.er. A I> Levy. -;
7STH ST. 52 East; Jwlw J AlarlslH agt
Mary R Haines et al (foreclosure of mts>:
attorneys. Battle & Marshall.
ALEXANDER AYE. a «• SS.4 ft « of "138^
mx l«S.x»*6; James E Curry aart Frerterici
W Pears'? (specific perforir.anc' ; attorney
11"TH ST 13 East: WlJiiam t> Da 'jagt
Warren Pond et al (foreclosure »t ms); at
torneys. Oalllilll & Heilbron.
HUGHES AYE. n » cr>r 173 th nt. 6a3rf«.i;
Belmont are, n w cor 170 th st, *1..x1.!5; Sarai
Cohen a?t GarfieW Construction Cc »t al
(foreclosure of rr.ti?.* ; attorney. J Roseazwefc.
«7TK ST. n s. 47.'» ft w of Anii»».ffl— mw*.
50si'«> 5; Cellft Mlchaet a^t Morris Troo4 «t
al (foreclosure of mtj); attorneyj Eapl
Bl CROMWELL AYE. c S. 134.5 ft ■ of X»
comb's Roari. 2S.loxlllx Irre?; Joha 3ra<fcr
axt James Brady et al (partl:lon>; attorasj.
T C Larkfn.
7TH AYE. 107: Henry Hlrsch?>«r^ *r» Th<«
>!r>re S Miller (notice of. attachment); attorney.
W H Jtemes.
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS. '*
-\J JULY 29.
R7TH ST. 255 to 241 East; LJnr^tv M?r»sa«»
Co loans G W L Realty <o. $00,000.
235 TH ST. a s, 183 ft w of Katonah *,*%
75x200 to 234 th st: Central Mort^as;* Co loau
Gcrmansky Construction Co; $27,000.
UNION AYE, w 9. 23«l10 ft n of t<534 «t
7"..6x2>?4.5; John T Underwood loans L'aio»
Tlnton Improv-ment Co; $1^.".0.^'
WASHINGTON AYE; f s. 373.9 ft • of
Wesrtcheeter aye. 75.11x104x Irre?: P->u»h
keepsle Trust Co loans E«:er Howell BuiM
ir.e Co: S.l>oo.
-SAME PIiOPERTY; sasc* lomnM aas«; $3.-
you lend money on Real
Estate be sure that the
Title to the property is i
insured by this Company.
Insurance and Trnst
CAPITAL ■ • 54,000,000
SURPLUS - - 5,600,000
160 Broadway, ."lew York.
185 Soßtasve Street. Broolclra.
375 i- niton Street. J&rwUcs. -
• UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS.
B'wsy, Amsterdam Aye.. and StHh to 87th St
"W. h. DOLSON & CO.. Agents,
327 Columbus Ava.
I2IST ST. ft BROIDWiY
5. 6 and 7 rooma and bath: $540 -. $1.;8* -
N". E. COR. HITH >r. \\D BKOVDWAI.
Strictly fireproof. Suites *. 7. 9 and 3 r?on»
C and 3 baths. Rents, 51.400 to $2,400. ! .'
kfall Realty Co.. Owners and : i»T»
Aleck Kafan. Prea. Jan. H. Daltoru '*s ttjT-
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR TO LET
BBEEZT POrVT. TV«*t Amitwiile. t. L.
for the yachtsman, bather and -rjotorW.
Actual ownership of water front abattla« e*c\
plot. Write for booklet. SHO^IE FTtCNT 04-
PRQVEMENT CO.. 1567 Broa-iway. FrooSlTh
BOROUGH OF QCEE>S.
SPRINGFIELD. L. L
Adjoin Jamaica. .
Histh, level boildlna lots fror-riag -v-fw*
street* wl»h cement sidewalks. -^ •
$250 eacb; SiO down, $..50 per Mm*
W. C. RKKTES .ft CO.. 124 E. 23d St.. N. tJR
BtLLE HARBOR <"£ST
COOLED BY OCEAX BREEZE?.
Prices $675 to 51.400 p— lot.
Particulars WALTER SCW ' . ;
______ 1170 Broadway. New York fttv. - , -
WESTCH E3TTEK COCSTV.
PHIUPSE MANOR ON THE HUrSO*-.
One mil* unobstructed - . -- trontay?; 30 roe*"
era rrsiiic ec-««8 n«*ar completion. A-idm*
PHILIPSE MANOR CO..
Philips* Manor. New Y.^rk. "'-
AN IDEAL. COT"NTRY HOMS la W.-wAriSl*
IC J.. 12 rooms nd t»th: a:. Isr.prov«=e2-*
f.?e cutfcuildlnss: to b« sold at a s«crtflo«< •
acre of ground ac<s orchard lac!u<J««i: *J^: '"\ r SI
Investigate at or.cc. Call or »rK A. GSSSS
BAT'M. 26 Cortlandt st. New York.
"O LE "*■ C OR BUSINESS PU^p^SS
(Plunger Type l
IN THE YEAR