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COURSE OF WEEK
i IN COMMODITIES
Wheat Prices Break
Corn, Oats, Coffee Down
Soma sharp changes marked the '
course of who?; h the week!
just closed, tat tl??' endtncy was down- '
"ward, ami at one time the lowest fig?
ures in eight years were touched. The
extent of the ?a.me- wheat crop is ap?
parently exceeding expectations, -nd
while there was a small crop scare on
Saturday, due to heavy rains over the
spring wheat belt, the principal reac?
tions during the week v.ere due to an
oversold comht.on of the market.
caused by the confidence of sellers that
the bottom of prices had no?
r? ached. In the late trading it bec.:me
apparent that farmers kui tome to the
?sion that .,, n(.ar
the cost of production to make any
further recessions tafe, an?l were
evincing a disposition to hold t!?'>ii'
.grain until the market recover??d,
confidence that a heavy export d?
?would bring about a reaction fr.
low level. How large a partent)
the producers are in financial condi
, lions which will warrant hold::!.;
wheat is something which is not
known, but it is not believed lure that
it is largo enough to have any very pro?
nounced effect on the market. The
latest figuring on the production allows
00.000 bushels to the winter wheat
supply and v.i',000,000 to spring
making a total of 910,ou(i.<ki.) and giv?
ing about 250.000,000 available foi ex
?port. Bulls are pointing to th? fact
?that world's supplies are much un.aller
than usual, and that there will b
cient demand for the new crop, both
raw and manufactured, to keep prices
from going much below whei
now are. It is noted that th? export
salea of the week, in addition to about
3.000,000 bushels of winter wheat, in?
clude about 500.000 bushels of spring
wheat, part of which was of the mac?
In the excitement attending the
movements of wheat the situation in
corn has not been overlooked, and the
market has been feverish at times, un?
favorable weather conditions having at
times counteracted the effects of a
rather slack cash demand and com?
paratively smnll interior receipt:.
Stocks increased only 634,000 bushels
last week, against an increase for the
same week last year of 2,26?>,00?)
bushels, and the total available, .?.'.?'??,
?100 bushels, is 1,700,000 smaller than a
year ago. This is reflected in price.?,
which, while tending downward, arj
still relatively higher than wheat; ac?
tually so in some cases in the past.
Cheaper offerings of ."irgentine corn
? have been a factor in the reduction of
Iprices, and if the impression that sup
[plies of native corn will be about wiped
out before the new crop becomes avail?
able-is correct, further importations
from Argentina are more than likely.
Oats, while affected to some extent
by the depression in the other pram?,
have held comparatively steady, un?
favorable crop reports being the main
ni?ig feature. Short selling has
not been of so much effect as had b?'on
expected, and there has been a fair
cash business. Available supplies are
only about 100,000 bushels less than a
year ago, and tl ? >ck is aboe.t
6,000.000 bushels less than at this tinu
In year. It H noted that there has
been somewhat free selling of new oals
in Illinois and Oklahoma.
aAlthouch there has been a nomina:
steadiness in the flour market there
has been no more business than was
absolutely necessary, buyers refusing
to stock up until the full effect of the
??heat crop was apparent. Even a shad?
ing of prices by the mills failed to
stimulate trade, and further cuts may
be necessary, as flour peopl? say that
the old wheat supplies of the mills are
about gone and their replenishment
will be in the new crop at much lower
1'p?* and Down? of Cotton.
Prices of cotton futures have shown
considerable regularity in their alter?
nations, Monday's rally being lost on
Tuesday, with Wednesday showing a
recovery, Thursday a recession, Friday
an advance and Saturday a decline in
the July option, other months scoring
a slight gain. It has been a weather
market almost entirely, the only other|
disturbing feature being the question
of July notices, and quotations for the
week showing a net advance of from 20
to 25 points. Through all this tne spot
-?market held steady at IV-'.?.' tor mid?
dling uplands. Some large spot houses
were credited with the issuance of no?
tices covering about 70,000 bait
buying them in again, thus retaining
control of the contract cotton in this j
market and remaining in a position to ?
make it uncomfortable for July and
August short?, especially as local prices
are below a parity with Southern mar- ?
kets. Spinners have bought sparingly
when they have bought at all. They
are apparently not dispose?! to accept
present prices as being stab!?
many are inclined to believe that the
rise in futu March i us ' -
large as to diseoutit anything bull
the present situation, even including
the weather outlook. The failure 01
the Claflin house had no effect on the
futures market, as it a bjr un?
favorable weather reports and had not
been altogether unexpected. The gov?
ernment condition report, due next
Wednesday and based on reports up to
June 25, will hardly show the true con?
dition of the crop, as there has been
some severe hot weather since some
of the reports were taken, and a few
days more of the heat reported from
the eastern and central belt can work
a great deal of harm.
It is officially estimated that the ter?
ritory now invaded by the boll weevil is j
2.'6,300 square miles, including '..-.'??"il
square miles infested for th?
in 11*13. Th.' cotton belt a?, a includes
about -92,000 si'uare mile.-?, so that
nearly one-third of the belt is now in- ?
fested, and doubtless a much
percentage of the acreage actually un- I
Cotton f,oods markets have been dull
for two or three days as the result of
complications arising from the Claflin
*. failure. Values have remained fairly
v_teady, because few goods were aski*d
for and few were offered, 'some large
u.-ers of duck, especially h;u
companies, made inquir??
supplies for the near future. ?'
three railroa-'s also asked for prices
en duck supplies. Newa ? -
the total destruction in the Salem lire
of the Naumkeag mil!, t .
well known brand of sheet-, and pillow
cases. These are ah
quick delivery, and the products of the
burned mill were sold v
Declines Were (ieneral.
Increased Brazilian rec. ?pt?, lower
prie? s ho i h
fears that with th? near approach of
th* new crop th?-)?- will ?*" in?.:
ire fr?ini holdere in Brazil,
ept the local coffee mark?
declining, although there ?be
cenional slight reactions, mainly ?pet
ulative. The spot deman -edly
ointing, and the on to
?wait developments is too -
?"??rcoine by any ordinary trail?
?eaing. a?; from
London, giving details of the dissolu-j
t:oa of the valorization committee and '?
the forming of a ->ncil ,
*hich will look after tl
eoffee now held as ?.ollat?
Ifcans, and tl ?
ralorixation coff? -
The country i ro lu? e n I
???en on a declining scale except for j
?tr.etly flrnt e]agl K,? large !
*4??nUtiet of low grade butter ?nd egg? I
have gone into the storage houses. Live
and dressed meats have made
fractional advances, but the i?.
the spot wholesale mar
M been downward, fhe Tribune's
tabulation of twent?,-four articles of
onsumption for the week
showing that while ?even advanced in
price, nine declined, and eight re?
GROCERS~FA?L the most
Harvard Bureau Begins Re?
search to IJiscover Why.
-bridge, Mass., June M, More
lin Wie retail grocery
to the business re
bureau of tie Barrard School of
'han in any
line of business. <>ne fourth of
ajfl the commercial fnilures of 1913
???v.- ?n thai trade.
,Bee??ae of this the bureau has be?
gun a syat? matie stu> of tbdo tra?ie. in
co-operation with the grocers them
, along the lines of work by
student research a* ?orne time ago in
th?- ?retail si????' ti ..;??. In thai lareeti
: the bureau established a uni?
form '" accounting which hns
dopted by many dealers, who make
ar eontiticntia? reports to the
btrp.iu of their figures under twenty
headings of expense and profit. This
?Mudv is ?bow being extended to the
Marketing of shoes by wholesalers and
?Sil the research work
?Is that done by the credit as?
sociations and business doctors who
rematic study of retail
management with a view to increasing
ihe rtta.lers' credit through added
Fish Eggs and Fish Calore.
on, June '-?*?. There were
2 fish eggs and Bah of all
species i#;stributed during the fiscal
year 1019 bv the l.ureau of Fisheries.
1 according to its report, just issued. Of
this number (,610,000 were sent to for
< ign countries. The bureau's outpift of
fi?*h and egg:*, increase.I over that of
I tit b] 17M72.226, or 4.76 per cent,
cespite the fact that the number of
?ggs collected exceeded by only .VI.
548,848, or 1 per cent, the collection of
Indians Driven from Mexico.
Shawnee, Okla., June 28. Fifty fam
' ilits of Kickapoo Indians arrived here
yesterday from the State of Coahuila,
Mexico. They say that the Con.-titu
I tlonaliata, hnrgi..g that they were
friendly to Huerta, confiscated their
property and drove them from the
country. These Indians left this sec?
tion ten years ago for Mexico and set?
tled in Coahuila after a residence in
Sonora, where they left the main -"??*??
TURNS AT LAST
Association Formed to Fight for
Clean Railway Coaches
No more will the commuter ho com
pell-d to bear the jibes of bis city
bro'her as a spineless, long suffering
victim of ra?i? , ? OltiOfl it:?l
tynany. No longer will the profes?
sional humorist of the comic weeklies
jeer a. the resident of East Orange or
Knglewood as **Mr. Subbubs." The
worm baa turned, and Walter (i.
Winne, of Husbrouck Heights, N. J., is
the mm who caused the revolt.
.Mr. Winne, be it known, is secretary
of the ?New Jersey & New York Rail?
road Commuters* Association, and he,
has mailed to every commuter on that '
road a circular bearing the following i
"The New Jersey ?? New York Rail?
road Commuters' Association has filed
a complaint with the Board of Public
Utility Commissioners of New Jersey'
'?That the windows of passenger
conches are dirty and filthy;
"That the interior oi the coaches arc
in a dirty and unsanitary condition;
"That rmoking cars are used as j
conchas, and on such occasions
the interior of the cars are dirty and
ttered with ashes an?! fragments
? inn and cigarettes, and the air
I and unwholesome;
"Thnt the ?railroad company has filed
an answer denying the truth of each
of th?s.? charges. ?Every traveller on
the road knows that these charges are
tiue, anil that the company is not,
treating its passengers with ordinary j
decency and respect.
"Are you tire?, of riding in cars fit
Only for cattle? If so, be present at
the hearing of our complaint at Chan
?eery ?Chamber?, Jersey City, Thursday,
July 3, at 10:80 ?. m.
"We shall be represented by coun?
sel. Come and tell the Board of Utility
Commissioners the truth as to condi?
tions of cars.
"For further information write,
'phone or see Walter G. Winne, 15 Ex?
change Place, Jersey City."
Sees Ex-Wife in. Reel Life.
Robert Chanler, former husband of
Mme. Una (a\alieri, became a motion
picture enthusiast long enough to sit
?hiough a performance of "Manon Les- '
eint" at the Republic Theatre Satur?
day night. Mme. Cavalieri acted the
itt fer the films.
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Tenement and Dwellings
To Be Disposed Of in the
Salesrooms This Week.
With the exception of a seven ?tory
loft and store building in Houston st.,
properties to be offered at auction in
!.. Vesey at and The Bronx sales?
rooms this week are of tenement ?nd
dwelling houses. This business budd?
ing is at 41)7 to 601 East Houston it.,
on a plot 40x75 feet, and will be of?
fered by Bryan L. Kennelly on Wt-dnea
The list of parcels to be disposed of
is the shortest for any week so fat
rear, A complete list of the otl'crings
-. " DAY,
At 14 Vesey st.:
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K 11. ru. ret; .lue- 11,070 53; ta
At il Veney st.:
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Kiddle i.- M, atty?; .T I \mxa, rat; 'I?o tAM
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loo. II. I sly tnmt an?) sir?; C x Robinson.
' V Jacobs et al. Kollln? A II atty?,
A II ?l.irdlner. ref; du? $'_l.30o US, tax?.s, etc,
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5 fty inmi.t an.! nrr, V! F HenMrk* et al.
exrs a".l trus. agt Santa F*lumefl??ddo ei al,
Kami Itiker, Jr. atty, P I Mo?*?>>k, lif; due.
OAUtW, taxe?, etc. U71 0?
?PITT S T. ; ?. u .?. H? n Broom? it, V,%VO.
5 ?ty t.iiniit and strg; H II Mors? ?M al ?ti
A I K ?ran et al; Martin. K ?t S, attys; War?
ren laeiille, r*f; due, |**S.T9? M; taxe?, etc,
iiy Henry Brady
?TU AV, "TU. n w cor 146th ?t ?301), ?Bx
100. 6 ?tv tnmnt and ?trs; !?*redk Plump ant
I T Wray et al, Elfers * A. atty?; J II
IiaTfpiYIY V?mI??RY of bond sales on the stock exchange
WE.LZI\-I OUmtnie ,.,,,?..*,,,?/ frOM Banitaf? Tribune.)
., ,. .., hichest, 1o****h1. final prices and net changes of all bonds traded in on t h
The following table sh?iws the 8a " ' . d Saturday, June 27. Also the highest and lowest prices for the year
New York Slock Exchange for the week ?acu
1913 and 1014: 00 HK,lin?! .?12.029,000 a week ago and $?,691,000 a year ago. From January
Total sales for the week, ?????'-??"'????J in |tlS.
I to date. $368,179.000. against $280,191.000 m
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H'gin. r?f. du?, at.1t* 90; MM ?te. W37 40;
?ub to prior mtg $27.000.
At 3208 Third av.:
Ily <'liarles A. nerrlan.
?tK.s'Ti'llKSTI-:? AV. ,90. a a. UO.t w
?ale? av, 4teltt.ni Irreg r. ity flat U ?tr?,
llslt. ti Realty ? o ??tit K Keller Con?(n Co ?t
al; M ?I flrown. arty; IV II meinkamp. ref,
due. UD.iry. |?j; ut,?, etc I ?,.14 72; ?ub tu n.
prior mtg of $4*000
By J.??eph P. Day.
ARTH1R AV. w ?. V.t n 17*Mh ?t. 10?.Ix
ly? t" I ?if. ntalne av x76 3x96.-.x*)i. vacant;
l' i lliissfii, aux admr, agt la Thnma? et al;
llan'tf. T * (1, sltyii; f. la rviafleld, Jr. ref;
.hi . $.'..01175; tale?. et<-, $429 S3.
At 14 Vesey st.:
9p Otgun !.. Kennelly.
II? >l*STON ST 497-001 IV ??.Me Ooorrk
? l.,ft _r ?if* l.ldg. U? n? y liniere.
. ? : iln, agi Otto l?Oti n? ? ?-t al; V
O I ?-.lllesple, ref. due, $24.
i.:x? s. etc, 12.901.
M Morgenthau, Jr., Company.
rill'.V .mi: OT, 213. w t, ??.10 n 8tanton
r -.100 lireg. t ?ty tnmt anl n'-ra; ?.0111?
i tl si tru?. ag? .-Vim. Il Realty
H ? IV 1. * J. atty?; ?ha? Putrel,
ref; .!-, S et.-. $100.
At 3208 Third av.:
?irles A. Htrrlan.
I'MMi'TiiN AV, 1329. w ?. 75 ? 170'h -t. (ft
xlim I -tv ilwlg: J S Alexander. a*h , agt
Mam Kiinii ai all Palno & II. attys; <* 0
Marrln. ret; ?I'M-. 17,1711-.:. tax?*, etc.. 1387 30.
At 14 Vesey st.:
By Daniel Or?eenwald.
1?5?TH PT MbtM W. s ?, 350 w Amsterdam
?v 10n>T.t.U, two ?5 sty tnmt?, sheriff? sale
i.f all rlK'it, title, etc. which lt..?.' Simon ?had
?. v,13, or ?iii.e. Il A Gordon, atty.
129TII ST. 11? and l?? M ground floor.
C Oases to Manhattan Wet Wash la undo
(*o. on premises; 10 yrs f-om May 1, 1914;
:i? av. _J24, n ?tor? and basement; R A
(.???1.1. agent. t?i Q ?remona, 2324 M av; 7 yrs
.luv 1, 1914; 13*; atty. N A Bruno, u7
Thompson ?t. ?_ ,
DHLANOBY fiT. 13?. all; S**wh Or0*??-!;
to II Rahbino. 12*77 60th it. Bklyn; ?0 1.
yr? from June 1. 1913; tt.iOO; atty, U B.obino.
1214 Itoston rd. _.
6TH AV, ? w r??r 116th ?t. ?tore; I ttftert
M.i. 'lants- II? ally and Impt <'o to N Ferlioe,
130 I? H'Jth ??; 5 yr? from May 10, 191?.
$1,S00; atty, F H Jone?, 1*. Bway.
.With name and addreis of purchaser and
HHliAl'WAY. ? e cor liOth st, 110.11x100.0.
Fort Wa_hln?tO_ tUalt** CO t<> Ne** ;'Tk
and .1,, ??at. Ilealty Co. 44 ?loiirt st IM?.
..' mags ?40.<W0>; June 2?; I10O; att>, I H
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CHKRR1 OT, ? -, *Me Pelham av. 2E_ix
100; M Williamson ?<> I-en? Williamson. 4.01
Ifith av. i:v vi?; Jut.? 20 imtg 1:4.000?; $100.
CliNVKST AV. 411 ? ?. #.l H 1??lth St. ?X
i ,? s i hamberlln t?? A w
jr on the i,remi?es imtg ll?.'iWi; Juno -*?.>;
W ??.iggenlielm <o Amiee K his wife I
title-. .11 ?1er.?; Jan 13. 11; atty?. ?
win'.? * Ca?* i? Wall ?t. ,..,,_ ?hl ;
IM H r*T. i? ". O? ?? 1st ave. MxM; I ?1
rouge ? I .nicer. 417 1-7 19th ?t; June
M ?iff atty, A ?MiMTM, tJi Bwa?.
i'iT'.l s; ?i a W.t m ?ith av. .?.10x100 O:
KmlUe A \?:ies to I/>wlno A K'mpner, Inc.
13S Bway; all lien?; 1 ? part; Jur..' 2... $!"?>.
atti i' o .v I ?'"
81 ?? s. 100 w Park av. 20x100 11; He
Davtl t'? lal'.xle Friend. 1770 Mii.'.lsoii
av; June 2H ?mtg $23?X?>; $1: atty?, Kaniro
-*"* no. tU I -____?.
11.Til ST, s i, IS e Ia?xington av, 2ExlOO.1l;
Man Margerle to A Tltchler. Ill K l&9?h ?t;
Jin.. .?; u. u- $10.000?. tl. atty?. Strasbourger,
El s. 7? ?'way.
117TII ST, n ?, 120 w Madison av, ?50x100.11;
B Mainzer to Klorette Healty ?orpn. TW l'ark
Row; June 19: 11; atty, M Sill ?berger, 31
I1'.?TH ST, * ?. 2-'"0 w 8th av. 28x100.11; J
r.ottlleh io ll J I?e?-i'e. ?1 i'llnton pi; March
U (rotg I21.10O1 ; 1110; a-Wr*??. 203 Hway.
l;i:?iNX BLVD. ? ??. '-'"J,-!' ? Kuzafceth
st. lOO.SxlOO; It Coude? to Uronx Parkway
Commlaaton, nx> i:*.*,. June IS: Mttt;
attys. ttr.iti\ l'.uk ?'.?iiunissl.ni. KJO Rw?<.
BRONX in.vi'. n m <->.r _S_d ?t. Oitox??*?;
r, II lans? to Bronx I'arkwav ??ominlsjl.ni,
109 Hway; lune M; RM 72; atty. Brons
l'arkw?v ?'?miinlbilon. 1"0 ?
C*R?E8TON AV. e ?, Bet.l n lH?th ?t, 2TH
tb. J !? hiii.'..u ?t iii te <* ? KHUr, ?RM
? a?. . .Inn? 1?; $10?); atty, Title Guar?
antee a Tmst ?-o, i7?i Ommr,
DAVIDSON AV. w s. l.V? n l?4th ?t. 60?:
100; K i i Le ?atii Ui lllWlir Realty Co, 121
W K;ng?l.rl Ik?. r?1: June 13; $100; atty, li
r Blagtil, r.'i W Klneibrtdce i?t.
ri'.WKI.IN AV, n o cor l?17tli st. lOOxi**.;
J I' M '-..win. r-t. ?to J J Martin. MIS
av; June 26; $7.27.".: altv, Title Guarantee &
Trust Co, 170 Hway.
I.DT s map Allen estste; Hudson P Rose
??o to ?? |.a Har'?er?. M. | ls7th st : June
24: 11! ?ut?-. ?? Le Harbera. 0??2 K 1N7th st.
?LOT IT, limp I m >n Hill; Powell .st.it-.
n H Stratus, ?-? r. to ?Botada lualty ?'??.
June S3 (m'.c $,.,7.".."u i : t*l.AOO; atty, Law
II? Ins-.:ran?e nn?l Trusi
LOT "7, BMP Thompson-Rose e?tate; H
?Odarwald to J ?Oderwald, 2;u Kim st, I
- Juno ft: $1. atty, I G Sauermilch. ?
31 o 81 I.I city.
BAM?T IK'TKItTV; I ??derwald to Helen
11, 231 ?;i?u st, ?Queens, June i?. ;
NKV.'KI.I, .V, ? ?, lf| ? neo' Barker
a?. ?5x128; \ .\ ?:f t.. ?Bronx Parkway
?'omiiii ..i??.i, 100 Bway; .lun.> 24; $?'?.U7:i7;
atty, Btanx i'.??a, Commloolon.
NKWKLL AV. e t, 17.".'? B e of Kll7.ul.elh
?t, 23.1x123; Anne I Johnson to
|1,121 7". atty, same.
IV, w *. 27110 s c n," Krasmus
l?l, 7: lit irrfj to Webster av; Annie c Karly
to Hr.?n\ I'aikwav romnilsslon. lu?> Hi. ,iy,
lui?.- M; nttv Itronx Parkway i?umm;*s!'>ii,
IM Bway; U.*U. '
1');? i.-l'K? "I* AV, e ?, part lot ?, map Kast
- ', 28x190; M \ KeeiMy .-? al to j j
Sullivan. ?130 Preapoel av; Job? M; atty o
? y. ittta s: I -
WILLIAM- AV ? s, m ? M.i.li.on av.
2.'?xlOO; S ??lerwaVl to Iloi. r, Oderwald, ~1
Khn ?t. yi:iens; June r?; tttv, i; r, Sauer
mii.'ii, ,t..;? stein w?) av. r, i city; 11.
l"-i> IT, ?? ??s 44 aii'l 40. map
N'.?? th M? if' t. SCxlW; Vin mu i ;
?Dally Realty ?'n. in-, 407 k r.j.t ?t; Jon? ;.*
attv. ?Dallv Realty ?'?i, Inc. 407 i; Ifgd si: ?ROO
i??-1> UT, n ?. M w- IVale? a?,
N'alpHk Realty ?*o io Morris Realty C*o 7<|
I: l.Vj.l ?| untg $13.9001; June 20 atty Title
? Ooaraa?*) t ? ? , UM
(Intcreit 3 ?.er noted.)
Ml't.'.w ST, n ?v ?. io? ? w u. ,?? ton st
?\-7 |0; I. Kar:? t.? Kiev? V.u.I.;??,,,.). i:;
?Ludio? t .. attVi
tl H ? ? ? ? 7? - atfe ai -?t.'.xioo r.iisa.
let), Beynotd? to American Mtg ?Co 4>i ? v.Ur
*-*? 9? OU; $20.000; atty?. li?,w. r*
X S, ??! Ci'lsr ?t.
-T. iVlltm 10th av. 20x74; rhar
l??tt? li Mu:?y t.? ?Sarah A M.-k..\ Anbevllle
N ?-. July 1*. MU ...i- Ma? 1 ?;?
tant; $..000; atty?, M. [iviin.il X L*bett 223
"TH ST. ? s. MO w ->th av. 20x1005; John
S.iv.ncs Rank. U ?Bow
erv: June :.-,: 3 ft* >', ;?? II $90.000;
: ?tt\s. ?'?.iwaUder. V . all M
?. I%4 . MadUon ax.
? KllwaNth A l>>mar*et * ano to N Y Ti*lo
? Ins ?'o. Ut Dwa> ; June 11; 3 yr?;
l?-:H !~T. 1 a 17.". e 'J.1 av . .vliw'i; m
I Mullen to Kinmi '/. Bmedley, 341 R.iv Ridge
av, Jun.- .V 3 yr
juhn j aorady, r,: ii?.>.
'< CRKHTON AV. e ... V,l | m *X
i- i. Mm. r t.. Hi ?iiir.rd. 27.', ?rentrai ?Part
i"?v??i J ?'? v. due 4:l' a? per txind; U.'Ad
,.'t. T ll *; T ?*o.
? t'KUN AV, nee lCth st
i J J Martin to Martha A ?;arii?o;i, 00 W 91st
?lue Ac ma per ?bond. I'VOOO. uli>,
ORAN-I W. ? a :. , \. rtii st. 20x100;
K?? I' to E \ l? k< ?, 241? sih a, . lumm
QRAN KUD \N|. ? I
?t. U t.? irtegjlar; C* W Rada
t-in ? 1.4 I 1-Stn it
?pti. i ?? ? ? ? ? a* ?per
I1.00O atty. K .- ?-im. I?. II lark Hew.
Alien ? ? ite, . IrO l?* ???ibera
m t:,:h i . June j|;
? ly. llud?..n P Roae
,-.. 7 W f.th ?t.
- -'<? a Ut, ktOtU II. amended map
? ? IS "*? to Kleani.r
St iaim.-'i e av. May 1; 3 >r?.
Bl Ig, N Y
?llam st. :Ox
H S Smith. ..-2
L?; ?, per cent; t*X>;
* yta; l
n . ???J. atty. ?an.e.
SI? '. ??xl$5.7. H
| Weaver to lUrww bxvlaxv fJksnt, 121 xi
Bonds for Investment
Yielding from 3.99% to 5.50%
We mam at all time? ?aa -itaim Gst of ?mes-i ?ni wi huais wicSng m ?M t ntomtt
a* m comisttxit at? ttitey cj ?ggmjpgL We xtmttummtnotx?t? and _*__. bet-lad
to hmmh dctait?. ^c-niat?-n ?s ?pad to the faiimn?, ?or mmtr tut hua?xlW
other istues ? \x?ark kor xmrttmettU ?? jt?K m^mbidn. anega, kam 4% I? 6%- .>
$500,000 Hartford. Conn.. Water 4s.- ?t.55^
100,000 Dfc-troit.Mich.4s.r.--... *U?%
150,000 Bort?n. Mass., Reg. 3#s. . *\Xn,%
50,000 New York State High**n*y Ref. 4>4?. 4J.3<*S
500,000 Baltixncwe- Md.. 4s.,w. -105^
150,000 Pituburgh. Pa, School D?trict 4>?s. <J)5^
100,000 Minneapolis, Minn.. 4*. KJlTV%
200,000 Kansas City. Mo, Sw D. 4>*s.,? 4*15%
50,000 'Denver. Col.. Viaduct 5?. *JBS%
300,000 New Castle Co, DeL (W_ta_b?ton) 4M?. 4_3fl^
400,000 Ouirleston. W. Va 5s. 4Jtl%
300,000 Kings Co., Wa_h. (Settle) 5.. 4?D?
200,000 W?*stn?iiit, Qucbo* (Montreal) 4K?. 4J5^
250,000 Alberta. Canada. 4#s. 4J3-&
$100,000 Pennsyivania R- R. Ccwert?hie 3#s (Tm free ia Ps.). *?J32*?
100,000 Chicago. Burlington k Qu?ncy R. R. Hth. Est.M_9_.4t. 4-2G-K
300,000 Southern Pacifie R. R. South. Pac Branch Ist UmMt, 6s. 4_Z2*-*?
50,000 Pitts.. Cin.. Oik. & St. L Ry. Corn. Mt?s. (Tax free in Pk.) 4a.. 4Jt2%
200,000 Chiau?o & Noi-th**estern Ry. Gen. .Mtge. 4s. *\J3%
100,000 Louuville ?Se Nashville R. R. Um6ed Mtge. 4s. AJ?5%
75,000 Pennsylvania Co. Scries E (Ta-r. free in %.) 4s. 4-35%
100,000 Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Gen. Mfc**. 4*4*.. 4-35%
250,000 St. Louis. Peoria & N. W. Ry. (C. & N. W.) Fust Mtmp. be. AJEX3%
100,000 Cleveland Short Line Ry. (L. S. & M. S.) First _*-tg*e. Guar. 4*_s 4.70%
100,000 Norfolk Southern R. R. Pita & Ref. lip, 5?. 5-35%
Public Utility Bonds
$50,000 United Traction Co. (Albany & Troy) Coos. Mtge. 4tfs. *\JPi%
60,000 Scranton E-lectric Co. (now Fint) Mtge. 5s (Tax free in Pa.). *\J?Rf%
50,000 Union Electric Light & Power Co. (St. Louis) First Mtge. 5s. AJS8%
100,000 Pacific Gas & Electric Co. 5% Notes. (1915). 5.00^
150,000 Central Dist. Tel. Co. (Pittsburgh) First Mtge. (Tax free b Pa.) 5?. 5J02%
500,000 Interborough Raoid Transit Ca First ?St Ref. Mtge. 5s. 5-05%
100,000 New York State Railways Cons. Mtge. A%t. SS&%
75,000 Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. First Mtge. 5s. 5.107b
100,000 Chicago Railways Co. First Mtge. 5s. SA5%
250,000 Utah Power & Light Co. 1st Mtge. 5s. 5.35^
125,000 International Ry. Co. (Buffalo) Ref. & Imp. 5s. 5JZS?o
50,000 Consumers Power Co. (Michigan) First Lien & Ref. 5s. 5.40/0
500,000 Wisconsin-Minnesota Light & Power Co. First & Ref. Mtge. 5s... SAS%
350,000 Texas Power & Light Co. First Mtge. 5s. 5-50?_.
Karris, Forbes & Company
Pine Street, Corner WHI?am, New York
Harris Tnist ft Savings Bank N. W. Harris tk Cotuparr
Bond Deportment luerrtponred
CblcafQ Bout n
125th ?t; June 26; due .to a? per bond; $6&,
000; atty, T O & '
ISSU st, n a U w \v,,ii-s av. _M-XM.U;
M V,.,.?| to Nalpak Realty ?'.?. M, I.-.? >?? :
.Inn- y, (prlf-r ting $11,0?); $2.000; att>. Max
Mnnfiird. 2!? Bwav.
?With name and addrcs? of lender and at?
AV ST Nir*HOl_\***. s e .or 'SSd ?t. 25.11x
I?.",x26 4x?"7.11; I ><? J. Ott, Holen Klralfy to
'? Wm hi-,, liner; T..?00; atty. C I) RiJjt, 13
_?**?*. 3. map 1174, sub-.11 v e-Mto \V B Og
don, Highhridge; .lune IS, 1907; Einma Ha?
i??:. t?. Harrto* a ?Ratbbee?, 2:11 Laka ?t. El-I
mut, S Y. 11.190; atty, J Stiefel. 1? Nas
l/>T ?. map MM, Lakh-Mar Park; .Tun?'24,
IM1; A J anil Mary A ivti-'t to Cmxk Me
<!ran?-; $300: atty. U A ?ok.iy. US Bt S-huj?
ier H? .
la? ?T ? map 1*107, estate of O Mot?. .lerom??.
av ami KSrornl?'?? pvt.l. 2ttlj Ward: Nuv 25.
U?U; I' J Roach t?) H I? Bad M 0 Ijlle?, pre?
and see, Mow? Estate. Itvr; $1,S?0: I. T I ?*o.
laOTS K, and .??7, map 1105, ltrunner eatate.
Jerome av and ?iun Mill roaii; l?eb 4, 1913:
Elisa V MeCooey to UjjIS M M'M.r... . W
Mth it (Hotel I'lazai; $925; atty?, Van Vord,
Marshall K S. :.". Broad ?t.
SfUalVAN ST, M ?o *_?. w s, 75x100;
J'Uie 1. I9??V I.la Machiz to r* Schlemmer
??V >\ij. at? $?"'.000; attys, K?*nnerson, E &
R, IG William ?t.
TRINITY AV, I *. ;U.1.S a l.VUh Bt, IS.'.'*
SO. II: April .10. 19?**: Martha Kommer to It
Eller?; $0.?**': atty. l. T I Co
Til AV. n w cor 139th hi. runs n 199.lOx w
1)0. lOx e IV. to beg, April 2. 19UI; P
Ponnboe to ?XqnltaMO Life A?? Society;
??r??!' ... K H lalberty *t.
'.'?;'If AV, n v.- ?or Hal ?t, M :'xSi); May 2.
lull: J Mullen to j ?Rapport; $13,000; atty?,
Fitch, M _.- O, 3*1 Naeaau .?t.
STH AV. e**?. w ?. 63 n ?nu st. OXM; Karek <
30, 1910; H M and Esther rjreenberg i? S
?Knapp et al; $12,000; ait?, W M Powell. 7
??M ST. s s. 17r, e 2.! ?iv, -.'5x109.9: Mir. !i ;
7. MM: M nt;.| Hannah Mullen to Mt St Vin?
rent ??o-operative IiMk an?! Laoail A?sn, $??,000,
atty. K C laoubusch-r. 4 Waii.-n st.
:?'?'II ST. s a Ut \ni!-teriani av, 25x
10011; June 2?. ]*.%; l) ati?l Alleo I. fhrlstle
? ? w F Ktagaland, __ Av ?lu Hoi? d? Bou?
logne, l'arl?; l-l'.UUO; atly, 9* ?le P Koster.
Il Wall at.
ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGES.
P Thebaud to E P T'i.'t.aii.l; tt.MG 67.
K .?.hwartz and ano, t?*us. to I E Kroehlich,
Same to B Schwartz and ano, trua : 11.
(3 C Schultz? to Dora Rosensteln; 12,000.
Mont rose Realty ?'o to Oceaalo lB*/eall?n<
N Y t I Co to I,' S Trust Co of N Y;
1 The Church of ?he Holy (?orr.m'inlon In
i fitv of New York to Maw-yera Mtg Co;
J W Koenne. ke to II .) Engel: 12.600.
? Traktman to H Prager. $1
Eleanor ?Jaghan to I. Traktman; $1.
2.TH ST. *S4 E; I Rrot.?ky ?p "Mary A Mc
Quald. owner and contractor; $31 O.
! 4?',TH ST. 335 W; I? Israel agt Anna Faw
? cttt, owner and ooatractor; $41.
WIEDER AV. * i, M ? of Kingsbrldg?
!:???.I. 50x100; R I'almierl agt G Amlgrone.
owner an I . ..ntra'tur: VM.
SATISFIED MECHANICS' LIENS.
P5TH ST. 119 XV; J Rork.-I ? ' '?> aft F
? r ?I iV Mee 31. 1913; $2.'?0.
CBOTOMA PARKWAY, e ?. ?W ? of 177th
N.. canto .i^tt Mef.iider ? ' -.s' ruction
I C<> et al July 5. W13 ?by bondi $a**?j.
?.?TH ST. ? ?, 47.'. w of Central Park
V..-. ^i".'.*; f IVihert atrt May I, lliv
kin if.."r.-. losure ..f m'.gi atly. B TraMoll
l.'.TH ST, n ??. -'I1' w of St J?. 20XIOO..--..
\ Sh-il.laii ?Kt Noeholin Limit'-r.; et al
.??ure of mil); atty?, Johnston &
' John- .__.___ ? .
::7 III ST. 15 Wi l?reenwlch Savings Bank
'. xg: Eli??b"th SeaiiiKii et al ?foreclosure of
mtg?: atlv, B A Sand?.
?US'* ST *>" '*': N-lHe J Hyme? agt .1
iibIM- ?i ?I (foreclosure of mtg).
I Mty, M Ooldwetor.
?>K AV. UM; H .; .titeln a(t A
?loldsteln et al ?foreclosure of mtg); alty,
m h ?te^ett _
RllI.niNG LOAN CONTRACTS.
PARK AV. e s.l'C 2n n H?7th *t. i'.xlOO;
I ?i Went? loan? Mal-k.
. tL.n to erect a 5 ?t> ?? > pa> nient?).
I 123. m.
~l.?e Coertlnf of Nirholaa" ia the
title of the leading short gtnry ?n the
Stinda> Majcaine of The Trib?ne July
5?one by Eden Fhill<yott&?the atory
of Clatt*?orthy Form and the rent of
the Dart Valley, ar.d told with all the
charm of atyie thai baa ?made the*??
I l'hillpotta Ulee ao papular.
ABOLISH SING SING, '
Farm Industrial Prison
Urged in Plan for New
HONOR SCHEME FOR
CONVICTS URGED I
Question Raised in Sixty?ninth
Annual Report of Reducing
Development of the honor system of
treatment of prisoners in state penal
institutions, with a comprehensive
plan for a new typo of state prison,
embodying a progressive plan so con?
victs can be promoted into classes or
honor groups, is one of the features ;
advocated in the sixty-ninth annual re?
port of the Prison Association. Sub?
stitution of a farm industrial prison
lor Sing Sing is also suggested.
Women prisoners convicted of fel?
onies ought, in the opinion of the as- !
sociation, to be received at the State I
Farm for Women at Valatie. The de?
velopment of road work for prisoners !
is strongly urged, as is the possibility '
of tiio utilization of th?-? state prison j
site at Wingdale, in Duttchess County,;
i for the State Custodial. Asylum for
i Feeble-minded Delinquents.
The report arcee a comprehensive
study of the prison industries, and
emphasizes the strong tin?! increasing
demand, not only that the prisoners be?
come, if possible, .-??It's reporting, but
! that they be able to ei.rn something
, toward the gnjgpott of tf.eir families.
It ultt raises the question whether
there should not be ? a.iange in the
j method o* administration of the state :
I prisons looking to the ruduction of po- '
: liticnl in.'luence.
The association has given special
attention to inspecting the county
jails. Many important improvements
have been made as, a result of its rec
During the fiscal year of 1912-1913,
242 men from state prisons were on
, parole to the association, of whom
only 16 per cent, becaru?? delinquent,
although the parole period generally
lasted a year or more, ?a other words
M per cent, of the state prisoners on
parole to the Prison Association "made
good" while on parole.
The association carries on relief
work with families of prisoners, and
provides special dinners on Tlianksgiv-?
ing and Chrittmas. During the year
a special prison visitor vxa appointed,
supplementing the prison, visiting of
1 several other members of the staff.
The association also haj? maintained
two probation officers in the Court of
General Sessions, who investigated 590
?cases and had on probation during
1912-191:', tut persons.
Affiliated with the association is the
Jail Library Committee, with Miss E.
? H. Davidson as chai? max., which has
placed libraries in twenty county jails.
Comparing 1913 with 1910, the an
! nual current receipts of tlie association
l have increased from $17,922 to I
tftPAOl. The Endowment Fund has in-?
?1 since 1910 from $9,108 to
The officers of the association are: (
', Eugene Smith, ptmaiiuut', John Seely
Wan', treasurer; Decatur M. Sawyer,
secretary; O, Y ?Lewie, general secre?
tary. Vice presidents: Rt. P.-v. David
R. Greer. Felix Adler. Robert W. de
Forest, Eugene A. Philbin, Jacob H.
V, Thomas Mott Osborne.
executive ?nmmittee includes
W. W. B ittcrshall. B. 0<gden Chisolm, j
J Fenimore Cooper, Austin Flint, M.
D? Cornelius B. Gold, William H. Grat- '
wick. Henry G. ?ay, Henry F.. Greg- j
ory, Alexander W. Hadden, Edwin D.
Holter. Richard M. Kurd, John W.
Hutchinson. Gtotttt W. Kirchwey. I?'?
ward B. Merrill, Prank D. Pavey, Dean
Sag??, George G. Shelton. If. 1).. Gino
C. Speranxa, Evert Jansen Wendell,
y William? and Jam?? Wood. ;
12 YEARS TO GET DIPLOMA
College Course of This Student
[i:y Telegraph to Th? Triherw?. ?
Savannah. Jone 28. R. O. SinJUMh.
of MayaTille, who after twelre year*
of ?paamodie eoU????-? lit?* ha?. *?B?sbe<i
the agricultural conree, has recei*??l
his diploma frem the University of
Georgia. Suddeth is the possessor of
the most remarkable record of any
Georgia student or alumnus.
Since entering the university twelve
years ago he has been a student most
of the time, bat has also served in the
navy, mined gold in North ?Georgia, got
married, supported a family, farmed,
and, after four years of study follow?
ing his laut entry into college, has a?:
??uired an c^rt knowledge of agri?
He is the father of a daughter aev
eral years of age.
Machine Ends Convicts' Hot
\ewton. H. J.. June 28. Seymour
Pullis, County Road Supervisor, had
trouble over the highway work during
tiit last few days, as prisoner? refused
to labor, asserting the weather was too
Yesterday when a gang refused to
lift pick or shovel the supervisor had
several of the obstinate ones chained
to a steam roller, which compelled the
prisoners to keep walking.
? Some of them walked a few hour:?.
1 then begged to return to their former
work, while others stuck it out, but
none for the f*U day.
Brother Identifies Body of Girl
Who Leaped to Death.
Israel Boxer, of 1V.7 Fulton av., The
Bronx, visited the Bellevue morgue last
night and Identified the body of the
young ?A'oman who Saturday afternoon
jumped to her death from the roof of a
? ry tenement house at Jackson
und South M * as thnt of his -lister,
Sadie, twenty-three years old, who
liv?d with her parente at 221 East 98th
He said he had no idea why hi? ?is
ter should have committed suicide. She
had no love affair, he said, and had
aiways had good health. She wu in
?rood spirits when she left home Sattr-/
?lay and said nothing to ..er family of
BUB-SLABS ROB" POOR BOX
Break into Catholic Church
and Get $75.
The Rev. Pasquale Maltese, pastor of
St. Anthony's Roman Catholic ?"hurch,
comer of Commonwealth av. and Man?
sion st., The Bronx, reported to the
police of the Bronx Park station that
tally vesterday the church was en?
tered by burglars, who smashed the
poor box in front of the statue of St.
Anthony on a side altar and took tic
contents -$75. The thieves entered tie
church by prying open a side door.
Fol*. H'IMKS In the real rottiitry n*?r Sem
York ?..-??ult The Country Hum?- laf-agur,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR TO LET
MIST .?EI.la MV I ? ? V M N'EOr.A
thl? week ??..? t. ??I.? i<- . meter, an*.
Irwalks; ?ix minuits' ??_;.
?tatIt?; till? guaranteed. $l**e, eaay term.
111ST MKlala ? room if.itiifHi
piovtmrnti. .<> mile? fr,,m i'eam.i K It.
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