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K JERSEY COUNTY
?tfatetoDolt. It's Murder,*
s Judge Declaring
' BY COURT'S ORDER
?atlantic Pr? ? -x ?l v I ailed 1?>
?Poll Required \ otes at
1 ast t lection.
; hat?. ?;kp
r "' A? he
? ? ? ? ? . eipalititi
n ti iden?et tuh
? "? Clerk
? ? ? last
prit . . candi*
? tht munici*
? ? h.
. ? . -
? ? ion tht
? eited 667
? al Ho contended
. 11. V. '?
s K. Stee'.man
? -er municipal
I ? en circul?t*
? ??ore lobtnit*
Moose to Go it Alone
in 1916. Leaders Decide
?t ?jrai tl ii ? ? ? nient of
v at na- ,
. s?. iH'.?ht Pro
hair man of the
? l he hail ean
I that they were
ii re? expressed
to have Colonel
. some of
. ? ?? lait night
?" ' . tda," wai
'ic to say.
?M ?rant cam
' r. M jrdock de
ve party. They
Ttttt was ? ...ut the con?
? ' this: In the
d Ix-en gain*
'huiiasm and or*
P V LU PONT ENGAGED
??b of natneltr Will Marr> Mi-,
???thfrine ( lurk.'. <.f Northampton.
. T.-'t/lU.? '
?n du Pont an
?ragement of their
'. and Mill
: r.t if now a ?tu
tti Inititntt of
and trill graduate
:<? is an antnuaiattic
bilist. He drove
.Ir HI in rocen-,
? Bay, when the crr.ft
?'??M1S.U- . |*, record t? 14:?I
?b? r .. . (iu pont ?p, at
M w*dd;' . j , F.T. agr,, of
- '.n Paul F. Wil?
li a brideamaid
? Min?? Bald .
DAHLIA SHOW OFEHS TO-DAY
t.reat Moral Magia) ??rang-ed al
American Mii?-<?iii.i of Natural lli??tor?
A dahliH ? ?V?, it i? said.
? 111 be 1 test ai si held m thli
country ???;:: he opened tin? aftei
n; 2 o'clock '? ?lusi mi "f
Natural i- Seventy
.and Columbus Avenue. Th?>
IJ .-..-' i ht .".
Thi - ,;, rll
aroused to co operate in a i
their favo i. an<1
?-. '1 ?i floi?,: -, ? e
from smati grow
em alike, t- r of th.*
Vincent r., of
J. I ?" "I 1 .? i;-,r
I '-? ? \ ork.
For moi ? over th"
country have bei ? bloom- for
? -.on t-> compete for the gol I
PERCY L DONNER
OFF THE FLOOR
New York Stock Fxchange
Disciplines Member of
The suspension for on?? year from
the privil?ges of membership in thr
Stork Exchange of Percy E, Donner,
Pittsburs. ige firm of
er, Childs A- Woods?, was an
? .1 yesterday at 11 o'clock by
;i (.. S. Noble from the
? in of the exchange. I>onn'-r>
..! bj tl .- go
committee s1 >. meeting w ? ici.
until late Wednesday night, und he
red i .,.-?
thr.t hi cepted business from
h Ich i perate extensive
? the Pittsburgh district.
The penalty was the maximum that
,-ould be imposed under the section of
the constitution of the erehanfre which
whs adopted m I!'"'.1, following recom?
mendation*, by 'he Hughes committee
with respect to e;,rb;'-;: bucket shop
activity. The section reiiiis ?i?-- f.
"That any member of this exchange
wh<. i? Interested In, .r associated in
?'ce is con?
necte.! oi indirectly by public
or privat,?- wire or other method or con
trivanee with, or who transact
for any organisation, firm or individual
engaged in the i ? of dealing in
enees ol quotations commonly
et shops I, shall on convic?
tion thei d to have com
? ntal to the
welfare of "Ins exchange "
Doni ? : before the ?:
lay i ?-.'1 denied the Chartres
bi ougl ? .'. nee being
irant of the fact that
rms with which he did business
\v,?rp bucket shops. A member of th<
.ng board said yesterday, how
trong 1 hat no other ver
than guilty could have been ren?
The firm of Donner, Child? & Wood?
ent 1*5 Pitts
si - bi \L- highly eon
er '??!. 1909.
His firm hi .n the
? ?-. ' r k C \ -
of W. II.
Donner, president of the Cambria
A governor of the Stock Exchange
rday '.hat the exchanga au
the attention of
'he bucket shop evil in Pennsylvania to
n of ex-Governor Toner.
at he had taken no action in the
LEAPS TO FLEE tflGHT COURT
Skull Hurt by .lump Off 'I ."* Ne Runs
Inti. I'oliceman'H Arms.
Rather than brave the perils of the
Court, to which he was being
?ukeri last night by Patrolman Beeklcr
for annoying Miss Jannia Axelowitz, of
1330 Franklin Avenu?-. The Bronx,
Harry Silverman, of 184 Allen Street,
jumped thirty feet oiT the elevated
?tiucture and injured bis skull.
After jumping off the platform and
sprinting along the ties, with Heckler
brandishing a revolver behind him. Sil?
verman eaught sight of the gun, and
when in front ..f hloominr-dale'.- dry
good? store leajied just ns the police?
Stunned by his fall. Silverman picked
himself ?v '? ' ?" run* ''?*tro'
man Coleman, Lieutenant O'Suilivan
and Captain Sullivan rounded him up
before n< had sUggerod far. He was
taken to Nighl Couii in a patrol wagon.
but his condition became worse, and
Magistrat, i'- ered him to Belle
. vue Hospital. It was ?aid that h
a probable fracture of the skull.
I California Expositions |
I $94? |
r. Out and Batck. Choice mt Rout?? R-.rrturi.ln* ?.11
& SOUTHERN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS M
P New York to Nev? Orleans ?Lj
?' tmmmsSammt will, "SUNSET ROUTE" to Um Com? ??|j
2V' i'or farther perticulart inamire .^t?
F HUI,,..,., JtlBro.dwtT 3? str.m?mref Sf*t
? rt27tk5t. ?? Fr.nklin St ae?r W.ll 51. f? i
TO MEXICO CITY
Transfers His Government
?Think**. Red (toss No
U. S. BATTLFaSHIPS
TO QUIT VERA CRUZ
Ordered Away To-day First
Chief Begin War on Rail
IVaihington, S< pt. 23. G
moved all the ,'.c:
I ? ? ? fro** \ ? : . '
Mexico ? '. and ? preparing to
the ea ? ?
?tioi ? ? ?. ?"! her? ? o da
? I oreign Affain an.l War
???le the iH.-t to Itavt. Ai
State Department indicate that G? i
Candido Aguilar, th?- Carranza i
mander, ha? luunche?) a vigorosa cam?
paign against tht bands which have
I.????:'. interrupting railway communica?
tion between Vera Cruz nnd U
According to telegraphic report
?lay from Vera Cruz, Carranzi I
. engag? I tome of the band?
between Esperan :u and
General Afuilar, it arai reported, had
rone from on/aba to the Kent of the
,- with reinfor? emenl
i arranza, Jhrough hii lecrel
notified John K. Silliman, i]
of Preiident Wilton 11 M i eo, I
not conaidei aaiii tance by 11
in Mexico longer i ? e<
The United St itei Dattlei hi] !
ann and New Hi,
Dtapitt Carranza'i itatement, there
ii evidently some need of further Red
Croti work, as Brigadier General De? .
al managet of the Red Croti, i?
ceived ? cubic- mei age 7" day from
Charles J, O'Connor, in charge of reli? I
work it. Mexico City, aikng for addi?
tional supplies to meet the food short?
age exiating in the capital,
orden to leave Vera Cruz to-morrow,
Other report! to the departmen
Vara Cruz ?aid that in a wreck on the
Mexican Huilway north of Apizaco on
September 21 a freight train carrying
?uppliei from Mexico ? ity wai I
up und burned. The engine w i
tached from the train and eicaped be
fore the wreckeri could reach it. Mem?
ber! of the train guard were re] 01
to have been killed The bridge ?
Interoceanic Railroaii,twenty-tiv? i
fiom Vera Cruz, wa? suid to have bean
General Villa reached Juarez to-day.
?ding to a report from El Paio,
which added that hit arrival wai at
tended with ?omiderable ie?
Ad vice i to the Villa agency to-day
reporte?! a Villa expeditionary
in posscbsior: of Zacatecas. The r port
indicated a Vila force behind the Car?
ranza army, which has been advancing
againat the main Villa body to the
Ten thousand pesos in Mexican na?
tional currency, valued a'. $2,000 In
United State:? currency, is en
south as ransom for C. P. Fuller, man
if the Cudahy ranch nt Santo Do?
mingo, kidnapped by bandit?1 several
?la."? ago, with his foreman, McCab?
Mrs. Fuller and McCabe reached hi
Pate to-day from Villa Ahumada, with
orders from his former captOl
them the $2,000 as ransom for Fuller,
Knrique C. Ll?rente, on beha.
Villa, tiled with the State Depart
and the Pan-American Conference to
day a formal declaration that the con?
stitution of Mexico providei for ac?
knowledgment of national debt el
cluiively by the Mexican Congress, and
that any obligations undertake!
General Carranza would lack validity.
Mexican Bandits Injure
American Woman in Raid
Nogales, Ariz., Sept. 23. A cupper
camp in the suburbs of Canaea, So?
nora, was raided by banditl early to?
day. an?l in the fighting thai fo
an American woman and her children
'?ere hurt, according to telegram r?
ceived here. America: ? mpich
reported, however, that no Am? :
were seriously injured In ihe raid.
Carranza civil authorities were
driven into the hills, and the banditl
were looting itorei and lalooni when
a trainload of Carranza troops ai
drove <?ff the marauders. K. i
dents of the camp were terror) .
GUARD OFFICER PROMOTED
First Lieutenant Ahem Made Major?
Many Other Staff Changes.
First Lieutenant Charles J. Ahem,
aid to Brigadier (?encrai Georg* R?
l'y er, lut Brigade, N. G. N, Y., has been
appointed major and quar'i rnuist? r,
vice Major Samuel A. Brown, having
recently resigned. Major Ahem firs*
i joined the gu??rd as a musician in th i
22il Infhntry in April, 1000.
Second Lieutenunt Alson Shant
Cavalry, retentlv appointed, has been
commissioned i\nd assigned as squad
ron quartermaster and commis? ar\.
The following officers have resigned
?and have been honorably ditcharged:
Captain J. C. Robert-;. T'lth Infantry;
First Lieutenant Kofand Holt, Medical
Corpaj SecondLieutenant G. T. Roddy,
2d Infantry; Second Lieutenant
Thornton M, Bhorkley, Sd Infantry, an !
Second Lieutenant Kiigar C. Lei
Serond Lleeutenant Edwin M Rob
8d Infantry, recently appointed
Ilai been commissioned ai
to Company M.
Second Lieutenant Oliver C. Young,
r.fith Hegiment. recently appointed, has
baca commiitioatd and atiigntd to
I ompany M.
The following officers have been re
commissioned at their own requeit,
with the rank last held, and hav?
filarod on the reserve li?t; l aptain
?aniel Wolff, formerly 27M Enjgineei
I Lieutenante Frank I). Taniley n*i? '.
I George E. Creen, 9th Coast Artillery;
Lieutenant Thomaa C. Clarke, formerly
1.000 JOIN TAILORS' STRIKE
Some Agreements Heportcd, Affecting
About hOO Workers.
A settlement of the strike recently
declared by the Ladies' Tailort' Local
No $1 of the International (?arment
tVorkera' Cnion, It expected tool
Hg to a statement mad.
by Jacob !.. Baaaeb, itcretary ?>f the
local union. Me said ai
during the ?ia\ la bell
the 2,000 strikers m th- Fifth A
'..i!?'iing ?iistrict for two year agre. -
menta Witll the affected firm-?.
Thirty of the largest firms have al?
ready signed the agreements, accord
lag t?? Banaeb, in which they gra
demand! t $;<0 ? week gowa
scale Their action iff?-?-* - I rorkera.
Five hundred more men ami .'.
struck yttttrdty, The itriken will at?
tempt to get the I2,??0o girl.- in the
industry to walk out.
"The wealthy women who pttroniie
the leading Fifth Avenue tailors.
Mr Banaca ytiterday, "art i u? await-,
".ng word to aiu the ?trikti?." I
FIRE DESTROYS RESORT
i??,, -., r. - of Ra-lldlngs ?*? l|><?.! (In
Han ? . N. H., S
r , i
BIG STEEL PLANTS
Cambria and Midvale Co.'s
Sep?ralo Deals Hanker
Trust Interests Mentioned.
Phils epl ["wo of
great independent iteel i on
; own. '
? Midvale, the bi?^ plant
?n. ;n Philai
tween the twi
? ?'?? el i omps
1 ??? .
to the p
f tl . ah inter*
wh ich ent in N
York, i in i - o.
being the othei
Tb s big transad
I.;, Rolai d L Tnyli i. ol II
inden t< I that he, hi ps ?? nei -
? i ; firm of William \ Ri
A ? ".. '? t L. Monti ornery,
Montgi 1 yler, t
; the M
vale Si e i Compai j rhey are ?
pected to recn] it to enal
T.? di '? chanici and Met?
. York iii'iuir
in banks whetli
tb?.- i "?? to take up to $2
? -.?? Tot k funds, as was u
? ? of pi
. . Compat
. r n .-'bod was
It is thought - nk was nick
r a time t
- hat the deal is boil
engineei ' ii the Bankei
Company. In ?uch connects
E. c. Convei Hepburn ai
Francis T.. Hi?e, of New York, we
? ned as likelj to be ac( ive in tl
GET S25.C?0 GEMS
IN CUSTOMS NE'
Deputies Capture Man on Lin(
After L?)ii!? Wait Favor to
Woman, He Says.
One of thi biggi rea of jews
that ha- been made at this p^rt in sr
eral year.? was brought to the attei
? t? rday I
Deputy Sui skit wies ar
Norwood v hen the) r ported the d
tention of $2S of -.'ems takf
from Shay Kumcher, a saloM paaaei
,-.??1. who i
i a from I
The si on of Kun
chei i that begs
. o when it \?;
li anted bj irs thi
-uch an ?mpcrl it
to this co . ig .1. elarei
For the last three month? Racskii
? . and Norwood have been givin
microscopic attention ts teamshii
. oming ; - ol and .'non Ki
de Janeiro and Bueno Ayres, The
were nol are of thi ?7 by
careful pr..r- is ol el mination the su;
pici.o. down i.. Kumchs
who came over alone on the l'h:!a
IIis hnggage received an extraordl
nary examination, which appeared t
him to be of the most casual kind. HI
di clai is carefully made
tallit 1 it h the content! of hi
? . .I? puty surveyors de
cided that he was the m ?
ookii took him abo ird ?hlj
und s. ?,: ched h Their sf
bout s do-i n pieces, con
? rig -if won! - ? br is ?pin?
.v. . e ,-ubse
i ! .. gt m- wi re taken 1 - im hin
Kumcher immediately declared tha
not his, but were brought t<
? ? ? ? ring! i-h WOtnai
named M-s. Sara Elflnt who ?va.-i now
living in tin- city. He said '"? 1 ?
being un? ucee-- ful, left
for London, where ho met
divi : ced.
K imcl ' wt\? told to find his woman
con.p- g on Insl
from the customs officials, ap
,:. .. ?: rs I ? ;? ? ere examined by a
1 of the law di?.
The heai : . ? I yes
. i it the ease will probably be
turned ovei 1 tor sfaloi 1
..n on Moi :
SAYS BOY NEEDS NO AUTO
Surrogate l?enle?. S' mu) tal Lad for
t'.du- at it'll and ( ar.
Fi\> ? a year is too
not a nee
nually, e? en a or doctor's
by s grand-aunt, ; ? 173.7 .*
the adi ? '?'my.
?The bo ? '." he
nould be ?
Melba and Gluck in War Concert.
? ? \ :r... 1 ?luck
t.? an am
ta aid tha
1 on ?venta in i'aUatine. I
Tells Legislators He Didn't
Investigate Rumors About
IT WAS NOT MIS DUTY,
Genr-Re W. Young, Banker, Who
(iave the Tip, Out <>f Reach
?if Snbp?na Servers.
. 9n tht tt ?tup on
. ? ??:
th? Boi ? ?
i of i
dog" fund ectioi
. ng tiie li.
ough elevated linea.
"1 neithei had.lenee aor th i
"l did not
? arith any on<
Commiaaioner Milo K. .Mult;?, i hi
'"" be ? :n> .in:., in call upon
.? ai eoncer
The l'r. . y wai Commis
r Malt ed hi
aas around, a? 'eitifi d
? e H? ugh tal ?? . sorg?
? ?? ....
i lubpaena U| on Geoi
? I igh, who voiced l
Mr. ?IcAneny that 1
mut boa ?! d a "To let"
Cedar Street, il was said he had not
? ' : i i ome time. An atten p
'" rail h.: home in Deal, \. J , ..
hi the informal ion t at
?-?? miel for ? he commit I ????. ti ied I
i help find Mi '>
I he commit tee
had communicated " ith him recently,
th? respome wai tha' Mr. Young*!
office had had the banker call him up.
"Would you be willing t<> ha
?ergeant-at-armi tell his ?..lice tl ?
to him o-i the
I Mr. Lewia.
"Well," replied Mr. MeAneny, "I do
not care to act a . lerver for
committee, but if you think your
rcqueit ii a proper one I will ,
;?> it." ,
The matter wai not prened.
itl impting to rate that the
inter" I ? citj had not been prop
I rottet? ?I in ? he chara? I et ot the
contract! made with the Interborough,
' ? ?
"Did you co.isi 1er that the eont*
pany was receiving a valuable eoncei
-ion when ? right to third
track thete i
"Undoubtedly," was the reply.
Mr. McAncny added thai it wat not
true that the company had received
tht beet end of it. but ?aid that, as a
ttei of fact, tha contract? gave
. ad? ai tag? ai - termi to the citv.
FOY SUED IN FILM TANGLE
Comedian Spurned Si?.OUO Contract for
Blval I irm, It it Aiieg?,l.
In theae day of mo\ ie ? and
talariei for itai for breach
ntract brought yesterday I ?
Woi Id Film ' "i ? any against
Poy, the coniedian. is iu?l without in?
itlleee?! that Foy Fpurned r
tract that called for a salary ??7' ?
e the V
< ??mp.iir.'V camera, and, im tead, ac
: employment with the Keystone
Film ?Corporation for |5,000 more.
Foy'i aniwer is that h?. had no con?
tract with the rt'orl?! Film Com]
thai he wai merely in negotiation with
? aincern when tin more ... ir.
tageoui offer earn? from the K?ij
IN BRADLEY'S WAKE
Police Hunt Teller Vanish tl
with $3,000. It Is Said.
A* leapt $.1,010 must have been ii
Henry .S. Bradley'i puckets when he
peered more than a week ac<>.
rhe milling mail teller of the Mer?
chants' National Bank took $700 in
caiih from the inititution th" la t ?lay
h- spent at work there. In addition,
?n tha ?amt day, ha received |2,300
from .? boukmaktr with whom h?
rtagt at the bank may rnnch
?00, it was stated yettcrday. The
actual sum has not been determined
- thi booki art being audited, and
al-,o it is neeeiiary to call in certain
checks to ettabliih whether they havt
tamp? red with.
Formal complaint againtt the teller
tgittered by the bank at Police
Headquarter! yttt? rday, ar<l to-day
eireulara benring hi.? photograph will
! ? lent throughout the country. Pri
dateetivei as well aa police of?
ficial? are already looking for the man,
and \?.hii?' tii'> d< "?'.'??' will r.ot ad?
mit they have uncovered any cli'W?
there is good re:;--"'. I o believe the net
i. b<'tig drawn tighter each hour.
Not only will the aCtna Accidenl and
Liability Company be affected bj
I rations, bat Lloydi as well.
The .-V.-.na fura h d 110,000 bond for
Bradley and Lloydi bonds the bank
It appeari that Bradley hai been het
itentiy on the races f??r mort
than eighteen month?. C*ually he In*
it ; ' . month in this i'ii
.id it is paid more or less
?, Private detective?, havt
[owed a bockmaker with whom
Bradley did business and learned
many facts about the ,n:.n.
3 NEW GATMAItl INDICTMENTS
The April grant jury, which indicted
f? r eompl
r of Miel Gai
ta aemoi mded ?town
?- T?. . ?uper
ledii | ;.
? h Bromlini for sub of p? r
jury. Porc.ro ar.d Brondinl ar?> the
principal t . alleged "school
. ," at 11 i wfc re
? . ?.- ? .1 to have been
? mony to be given ia
murder tria n ? third
- . ? '?
.. ?.he testi
at the trial of
utidt-i death sen?
tence at Sing 8
h . pers from < intfB pr' OH were
sum?!. nliiy t?) take Rocco
ale back I
ico, the iweetheart f Prank !
?.our and a half at the
ta tell the Ditti " Itl
ill he knew it "he (?aunan
i She i????'.'? i ? ? a " to put
? ? be prison the i I any
t?ik with Carnivale.
? i,? ii ?
will be sent back to Clinton.
PARK SLOPE INVESTME?
New Clan? Reveal Cnu?ua' Ituil
?activity in Fifteenth V.
1 ? ha a aold the 1
- ???;' -.' h0U
for Loui E
Mel umiskey, who ?will
ihi- ; nvestment.
sv . Brooklyn,
' ? ? the Fifteen!
Bi mard Kemi i er and
.if Av. I and
* t.. I
mi nt I
The Lossee, Strasburg
Inc., Were Onoosite
- in 1
? and noveltt? -, formerly lee
n Manning A Tr-n k from
tented by H
the ?T'h sr. fron
corner of 57tl
: rick Fox ??>? Co. have leased
?.. 102 -I I--? V
ong term o
Jacob I'.u.p. II; loft at 21
Weat ?flut to Mark Perlman;
Wi * 31st it ti r Greenwo
lofi si 13 West 88th st. to O ear M
si -Jo West 39th st. to
John Burgess Company; loft at 80 t?
I ? bowitz;
? 17th st. to Samue Pi lln
? i i to 21 East 22d st
S. Osg od Pell A Co. have
the Tl npany the ?ti
tor<. ?n. i he i 'i Idi ig nt the smith?
corner of Broadway and 63d t.
M. & !.. Hess, Inc., have leased
tore and ba lement a' ! l Great Jo
st t<> Jacob Schwartz; th? I ?
297 to 303 M cef -. * ? Gus Var. I.
th loft at il-' and 117 :?'
ira .v. Jacob Welnril
V, lliam A. White ?- Sons have lea
for s terra of years for Mrs. Mary
Brandegee the store floor and two bs
menta at 343 Broadway to Clark
dealers In office furniture, n
at 86 I ?
J. G. White ?*?? Co. hive leased for
S. Ely A Co. the
ug mi Spring ?t. to
M err i ara Segars, Inc.; for Goodi
Perry A Dwight first loft 140 and
? !7th -' to Central Binding C
for E, W. Browning third loft
? !'?-. * to Smolinaky A Go
stein; for R, I.. Morrell part of nil
?..ft ITU t.. 17- Fourth av, to "The N
York American"; for estate of E. Mo
tyre office at B74 Broadway to Dreai
Neckv 1 pany.
RENTS CITY HOME
OF N. J. WOMA
Other Choice Apartment H ou
Suites in Manhattan Re?
Pease & E I ivt ranted fi
: for Mrs. William Scot
. V J., h?-r apartment
i, in Park ave., between fi
ta., '.. Mrs. Waldo Burt<
Also leased in ?n\'> Park ave., at 6
st., an entire Ho r, comprising t
apartments, to I. P. O'Connor M .r-;
L J. Phillips & ;'o. have leas
apartment- in the Wellsmore, Broa
? d 77th t.. to M. W.
the Admaston, Broadway and B9th 1
1, ' er, and in Eue Id Ha
Broadway and B6th st., to I>r. (1. ^
Good? in A Goodwin I ave rented tl
following apartmenta: In the Kin
-7th st., to Frederii
.1 ., ... Ici, Mark Lewis,
Richman, Isldor Dreyfoss, Mrs.
Stem, John B. Bogart; in Richmor
Court, 8916 Broadway, to William 1
Gibson. John F. Reddy, John II. Stall
berger, Harn Jacobe, Thomas P. t"ov
ley, Morris lacobs, William F. Da V?
James Clark, Da Witt Van Kueren, Mr
Pollock. Albart Siegel, ( harl?
? 1; in the Kinj?'lal
616 West I87th st., to P. J. Kochiett
Mrs. Nellie A- Taylor, Charles Oppei
heimer, Jacob Leichter, C. Y. Hue
William Jackson, Mi ? i' Rosan, Mr
Alice L. Woodbridge; In Balmon
-, to Isaa
Latham, Mrs. Jennl
Bloom, Samuel J. Waitzer, Mrs. ?.
Alice Davis, Clinton Barrett, Mn I
Luhr, Adolph Maren?, William ?. Al
len, Mr?. Marie H. Thompson, ' ,?
Philll ? E. box, Louis Davii
Mrs. 'Mari.- II. Terry, Willlai 1
Moore; in the Alfredo, 8878 Broad- aj
Dr A. Blame, E. Waldbridga, Joh
II. BoBBong, Mrs. Hannah Peiser, Ben
jamil V . llanta. James K. fey
nolils, Herbert .:turr, Henry Karni-rc
Rob? rt \ Boyle, Y. W. Winter.
FREED TO SUPPORT FAMILY
De-fetor Released "?>,, Matter ?
Morality," Say? Ju*tu-e.
matter of morality," sxplaiajei
Justiei Schmue ??? in order
of Francis Tws
Ludlow Street Jail, win re he hn?
??? July '_' ??
).,? -,- 'o ?cive a bail bond .1
.*. :1 suit While Twarduski wai
1 his wife and two children suf
furni ngs o?
their home wera mortgaged and th?
.-r-.e I Mr-. 'I'-.-..?: :
.rrant of dispossess for unpaid
SheritT Grifenhagen a fe-v da
' and foo '?
Jail, also contributed.
Ludwig Pustet? and Herman i
i.un and caused his arrest,
.- ' ?
. he judgment creditor-"
? nt to
un i!de to pa\.
Juatiec Schmuck ?aid: "The law is
wronjf if ;*. - ii til ?,,,*
? him of di 1 r. if
?vhat both the law and nature intended
: ? I
I ncn It of jail, not
so much aa a matter of law, but as a
it atter of ?
I. Martin has leased the
I 18 Httd on i'oun
ty Boulevard. Town of Union, N. J.,
1 term of >.-*r? to Martin Brooks.
S. 0 Pell ? Co. hu-. 1
Hunt his property m
, Greenwich, Conn., to
? has suhlet for WI. ?
th? Arthur Y. Cosby hou?
at Kcene I.ufie and Willow ?
mere, L. I., to J. Maikham Mar
WITH WESTCHESTER BUYERS '
William VanH.nhtirR-r. I'urrhaaea Two
otea, Robert E.
-. hit* sold two plots
Vaadenburgh, a New York
rea) estate mr.n. formerly 'iperatina in
Rutherford, N. J., ?rha r-esJIsad 'he
active marke*, m W 'estehester. '>n<
of the piots la near the Haitsdal?
Railroad Station and the Italian
Sunken Gardens. On this ore. ths ne.?
eta to erect a llw,0W resi
The other plot eoawprisos Ml]
?-. and on thi? also Mr. Vaa?
denburgh will build. Kuitene ./. I .- -
rchitect, !s preparinK
for ho*h I,
J. P. F.nnera'i and P. J. Ryan I
rtsold fur the Win.fernere Real Estate
my iI'aniH II. Jack?on
av. . Rocsjella Park, New
Rochelle, a three storv twelve room
". with a ??araire, and about
Th" bu\er is a
Mr. Liebernun, a riient of J. Reynolds.
??.: company recently took
the parcel in part payment for lower
ittan properttea. M?-?-?r?. Kin- '
also arranifed that,
Burki Stone. Inc., have gold two lot?,
in Mohecaa Haighta to Louis Hajos,]
who i h s residence to the '
r R? lervatlo i Mr. Hajo?, ?
intends to erect a r?---i.???nce for hi
own occupancy at once.
ry Sugarman has sold for !
Charles V. une tour lots on Chaaal
100 feet -??.it of Oreen vale pi..1
Yon leers. The property mea?ures lOOx
1 I" rrrr;i:Inr.
GETS TEMPORARY HOME
Norria County Golf Club lease? Dwell?
ing at Convent.
Peaae ?t Elliman have leased for Mrs
Max E. Schmidt her property at Madi
son ave. and Confluid road, at Conven*.
N. J., t.. t ,. Morns County (iolf Club
. period of years. The house of
the irolf club was recently destroyed
by Bra and thi? property has been
?ecured t'tr use as a temporary club
The dwelling faces the jrolf links snd
?hin easy a?.*--- of the present
locker rooms and tennis courts. It la
.?ne uf the most attractive houses in
Convent section, and will lend it?
self admirably to the needs of the club
New Building' Plans.
ISIST 8T. ? r rot I'Tta ??, for a 6 atjr l.rk te irat.
p ,v ,
pr--?. ??eT?. ?;..: I'.r A
, . :?.?.' -? arehf?
I87TM ST. . - IS? i ?. aim t it far I
t.rl.-k .-- It--. llrrn.1'-. Von I'.
K i-i!., it imiier; A 1! Caluaet, nil ruHoii
Sales at Auction.
? IN Till ll-i|)A*l
\ At 11 Ve-ey it.
H i il Masan
HIVERSICE DRIVE It, I t, Sil B ef 1
I I > ? i ?>? art), ol. Mutual Ufa
In? i asi " f. Iirwn. In.ltri.i and rxia:
ads -. ? ?
Hi J ??-!.'. 1* Da-,
?1TH ST, 21'' Watt, i t. 0-.' * of SIM Bad a?
. ? I Il .s Msr-In et al.
??-.- . . IrattaM ?r ' a Staitrark et al;
IjTH ST. | ..I r ? ?" ?(?' s * o? 2-1 a?. IS.Sll
i ? tenml i; H Salterie? a.- Il B Mil-;. a.
rtlfld i,- I a.iinr. rt al. m 'he plalii"IT li I ?
'. a? .
Bj II... : ?
I6STH ST. Ill K. :. ?. P? 2 r WiHoji a? US l?ilf
-"...o lOJ '.. : Ma ilwg; Aaaertiaa Sweilent.org
? ?-. " KIBWI B?ait? Ci. et
... m II..'. 1. lu th. p ?.? [ft1 : - ?l.i'ii.i
li^TH ST. Ill I || 1 .? Walten a?. UllSl 4
?j". ?o ... J .t. dwgi .?me .(t aana; aataai :;
n. Un p' detall ' .r <! .i
r.? kmmk p n-y
MORRIS AV. '.'.'*0. u ?. l?n ? ITBtn 'li?! ISSslM,
. i. I Vas taaaaaa aft i.e..a si-i.i ?i
? i ... *.rr f. ? is.oii'j
1 ' ?il.? J I'm.li.
ItMTH ST. tOS-tSI y.. ? i? .-.ir Weh-ter a?. 1 i" ?i
I \" n i ?? ' h ai I '.'? I .'. ?-: i r J..1
-, M I .' Ill : an ait .1 .1 ?Vllkln.?..!! et ai.
t.- the plalnlilT ' r J7.i..'.i
11. 1!. rl-^rt A Sli. rman
MARCY PL. il ? - il i - Orand l?riiletu.-.i
ai..l f. Ill llir.Til ?. i al) d-aai
- M Lia ei a.-t l. Ii t? aJiiall -t ?1. -o .1
Iiy Henry Tmo?f.
.'EFFERSON AV. n w aot Ma-atfSfesa a?. ttaMSi A
I- Powlei ..?? In.-il? Pllhanfel al al, to Hi?
? pialnilff fat M
My OceiSB 1-: ?
CROTOMA AV, ? ? 7.1 ? n lTrUSi it. i75if-0 3. ?a.-ant.
H s Sniltli Jf* Th.? Uea?J e; ai, t?i th? plaintif
? ? 1. . ?-,
lly Ja-a-aN 1. Weil? f.inpa- \
:i5TH st. ris ru t, ? a im ? ii.??i?n,i a?, ris
.i. u Sa-dnaa liaak aal l'ate-tiia Bllaae ??
al. ? w pial itlff .'?i 11:,!")?)
UNIONPOrtT RD. ? - lU.i t V^n Neat a? H Ij
!.. In.llar siTlnn Dank act K I'
;.. -, ta ? ? ? : lai itts r la/ic
REAL ESTATE FOR SAIE OR TOI.Kl.
.-. , ai...ut one hour Ironi city;
lion . iah; balan?a IIS monthly; j-ioii tula.
It NORTH, 2*3 West 34th St., N. V.
(iLARANTIiliD REAL ESTATE.
H Miaa Pian lav We.nmrv liardeo
guarautai laUafai tl to yur iia.?er.
C. S. in HV? IN (.en Ver , We.tbar*/, L. I.
A.TTRA TtVat BAROAIKI IN itonnrtN
on? (anil* h ? .k. nn.i i betes bnlldins
lot? nt private aalc. a larif? number from
which to a?
THi; BANK I MO DEPARTMENT, STATE
OF N :\v rORK, to quickly e|.,a? the Luel
' two . rporatlona, uff?ra th'a.' prop.
*r*i ? at al.. ij- It ..f formet pri.-e?
ara le n ?I ?t c.rantwo.,?!. Puilaad?,
ii-re, and l.ei.n.i. Maw Jeraey (op.
poolta ilraiiti? T..min. within t???nty-flv?
minutes o? Manhattatv
An Inape? tl.?n of tlieae pr.>p> rt'e? will
..in?ir.e. rev thai th' sr? unusual t>ar
? Liberal t.rm? Tit.? i?utar?.ntr^ !'...
for fuither d'tall?? und term?, a.ldreaa
B1CNJ D. HAIOHT, Hperlal I'eputy r-upt.
of Banka, ear? ,f K.ir.kli.ic Uapartmant,
JJ ?roadway, N?w ?Tork ??"._
? 'Il M H\ l'KIM'KMTY.
Country Home M(?rmatlar If?? ta (raiparttv? k?y.
.-r? Uat eotrn Bald Call ?ri-a No aeaota *???
'otu.lry II. me S.-rilca SS W Jl.l at Tel. l?ail Ma.1
UXFl'RMSHEI) HOISES TO LET.
16 E??st 75th Street
F'.ur <. i bttnm ajana Dwllln*. Ulli" for
a term ?** ??ar?
UBS, har.lv...?! fl.?.n
. Krei |: door? l*lv??en I.?. l-at? r a> B!l<i .llnliif
r . ?
Mivri UN IMI-T ? 4)1.1.INK,
??rerlr, I I? tot JUU M.
h RNISUEO ROOMS TO LET.
r.AIdiK liy.t.L Kl RN'Slli:ii ROOM; ??.'.leman.
PrliaU ? in i ?-? a.Smanae
red M It..? 114 i*i7"i .. iiev*?.
' .?? . ??^?~ma
RIVERSIDE DRIVE. N. E. Car. iSStti Straat.
7 ROOMS AND 2 BATHS
See the?? .'.?Ufl.tful Apar'mei U Lnw Ken ta
I'.. aaaVl Ax. . t n. 1'ri-mlae?. .?r
VAN NORDEN & WILSON,
1 U . .' -il'li ?'reel
llliKMl I.II lit 1 III. UKON\.
The West Bronx
Mont Healthful and Attractive
Community in Nrw York.
YOUf? IDE?LS fiE?LiZED
If You Live Here
3 to 7 Rooms. $20 to $60.
; Tran-.- H I ta I - - 'Wl 9* . la-fSa
lard -." ?urf*. e . ar to
. oui ?? 7? ?? Les Av?. I - Ford.
Ifr.. i - i.
- .. ??? . 1" lu '.i.ii.l < on
Frank Brown, Purchaser,
Gives 72d Street House
in Part Payment
HAS NO VACAN*
Publicity League Incorporated
to Boom State 1 Isla ? I Bl
Place of Residence".
The real estate mark I
vtaterdt) by a purchi ;
loft building, the incorporation i
liland P ?
? another i
hob!. ,,r-d many Other
either ntTectinjt a chai |
to realty pr?.
Frederick Brotvn bought the twelve
utary lof! h?-.; itore bu
way, runninj?; through ? I
from a Mr. Thompbon. The b?
?*as held at MOO.OOO It is ?
the yearly t??t.?l r'-n*al being ?bout
In part payment Mr. Browr. gafe 17,
1110,000, which he '-.iifht.
Taylor, Sherman 4 M Ott
To bonni Stuten [aland a* .
reaidenct i- the
: Publicity League, which ?
day obtaineil a eel .
?OQ from Justice ('.-naian.
The incorporatori mid that ' i in?
tend to "collect, arrange ai
?data of 'ustorical 'in?l genei
' relating to Btat?
m?)te the iatereeta el the Bereagt. of
I.i' hrronil by co: lud
publicity camp:. . trat .ig the
merit- of th< itltl I
abode." The incorp?.
Maxwell Merry. ?CharI?
Emil I. Bita, Grab im MrAdam
The Columbia College l?MM 1
? i ?lay is the four elling
o2 West 51st ot . 1* .7.;.'"... teet. It
was sol?! by Krank IV T..\inr !'??r I)r.
D. N. Beataer to l'rof? i or ?leeeah
Rohrer. Thi? is the fifth sale involv?
ing a Columbia College ita?vi
by Mr. Taylor in the last ta
Alexander Selkio an.! .1 K Farrell
have .sold for the ?entrai !
pany to Satru?M li. Steini
2.'?-'7 and HSS-ttM I . two
torj sen la* fl ita,
each on plot 40x100 feet, oet-wen 14??tli
and i i"th ita The selling company
acquired the houses a few iron''
William Edebohei has sohl to (,.
Faisp the northwest corner of Pi
av. an?! F tirnumr.t pi., t v.? ?'rame
houses, on plot 50x100. S. (i. Katun
was the broker.
Paul Webber has sold for Katherine
Reiehwein a two family br
22719 Chatterton av., on a lot -
The newly formed Wiliomette I'uil?!
: int; Company, Harry C. Jacl
dent, hai pureha?.?.! from Ab I
Behaelder the plot, (0x106, on th?
?ide of Kelly nt, M feet north o?
st. Work will be begun .,
the construction of ;. I
?nent house.? The site r Ijein a two
itory taxpayer at the comer o' l?'7th
it. built last year by A. I !
Mr. Jackson is now cot
apartment structure on Pi
neOTT Southern Boulevard. 1
eilt deal complet. I the in'? of
of a group ox tweaty-eight
point acquired by Mr. Bchn?
t'.'er.ty-f've years ago.
Plant have been filed in the Tene?
ment House Department by Ge??u
Edward ilium, architcC-, for ? nine
story apartment house at I0t-1M Baal
74th st., on a plot 71x102.2 feet, con
taming two apartments on ,
The :'..;.,.;?' i to be treated m red
brick and marble in a senii-Colotii..!
INK KMSHKIi tPABTHEN'TSTOLET
38-50 We.t 9th St.
: iiid I Rooms and Bath.
hems Jmoo to 11.500.
200*210 Weit 57th St.
Southwest Corner 7th Av.
7 and 8 Rooms and Batli.
Exceptional!) Large R?ooini
Fctits 11,250 to 13
6-12 Es.t 58th St.
Adjoining ?.entra! Park Plaza.
8 Rooms a:id Hath.
Rents $l,60u to it, ?
350 We.t 7l!t St.
8 Rooms and i'.i'Ai.
Overlooking the HutfSOfl River.
Rents HaOOO tO ?'..
Northwest Comer l?tOth St.
j, 4 and 5 Rooms a:id Hath.
Rents $360 to |
73 WEST 92D ST. ~
fHIVATt H um BLOCK.
8 Large Rooma, $60.00
i ft* W- J'.* Si. art 7.1 ?
l?t mrtet le ta* I??' ?
Au*/???'?'? ??( 3-4'?-t a -
RmiU ?ro? SJ1* f> tl.??H? prr unust.
550 PARK AVENUE, *& '.
; Booau A Ml H II, ?M II
I lrr|?r.M?(, all ?until rl.?ji.,r.
?rui?.?l.nul* tu-MIMBjr. ttl llr.,?.t???y.