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THE SUN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1913.
WILSON TAKES STAND
FOR RURAL ORBDm
Iliil H Warns Cnnjarpss Not.
o Put System in Present
"CDUNTASSKIj" men busy
Jinny. However, Are Expected
to Full In With Presi
Uamiiniiton, Aug. IS. The Houss
lifmo'THtu were engaged In a wordy bat
tle In caucus to-day over tho proposed
anttndtntnta to the administration bank-l-c
bill authorizing the Issuing of cur
rency on corn, wheat and cotton, at the
same lime that President Wilson Issued
, statement announcing that he favored
tlie creation of a system of agricultural
However, he admonished his party col
tea cues not to attempt to put such legis
lation Into the pending banking measure.
The. statement was designed to put a
died: on the movement that appears to
U growing among Democrats to amend
the hanking bill so as to provide that
warehouse certificates shall be accorded
Hir same privilege of rediscount as what
l known as "prim.- eommerlcal paper."
It became appai cut In the caucus yes
today that the supporters of "comtassel"
currency were making progress and the
President was so advised. Accordingly he
taxe assurances that at the proper time
he would support n bill providing for a
.istom of rural credits. Notice was given
pi the President's statement In caucus,
hut It did not have the expected effect on
the "radicals." Many IX-mocrnts who
were disposed to favor "agricultural
currency" will fall In with the President's
.nhra. It Is believed.
To-day's debate In Congress was lively.
It hinged largely around the amendments
providing for the rediscounts of ware
bouse certificates. As a result there was
more demand for time In which to speak.
This means 'that the caucus win not dls
rues amendments until Friday or Satur
day, Mr. Henry, who Is leading-the tight
sr.tlnst the Administration bill, predicted
that the caucus would not finish Its work
until about August 22.
The President's Statement.
Here Is the President's statement:
"Again and again during the discussion
of the currency bill It has been urged
that special provision should bo made In
It for the facilitation of such credits as
the farmers of tho country must stand
in need of agricultural credits as dis
tinguished from ordinary commercial and
industrial credits. Such proposals wcv
not adopted because such credits could
l.e only Imperfectly provided for In such
a measure. The scope and character of
t le hill. Its Immediate and chief purpose,
could not be made to reach as far as
'Vie special Interests of the farmer re
Uiilre. "Special machinery and a distinct sys
m.i of banking must be provided for If
rural credits are. to be successfully and
.iVquatoly supplied. A Oovcrntncnt com
iit ion Is now In Europe studying the
-resting and highly succesr lul methods
vhirh have been employed In several
countries of the Old World and Its report
M he mado to Congress at Its regular
mmIoii next winter.
"It Is confidently to be expected that
rii ;re will at that session act on the
recommendations of that report and cs
.tbiish .1 complete and adequate system
r rural credits. There Is no KUbJect. more
("ipoitant to the welfare or the Industrial
I'velopment of the United States, there
no reform In which I would myself feel
' a greater honor or privilege to take
p.irt, because I should feel that It was
a service to the whole country of the
f.rst magnitude and significance. It should
have accompanied and gone hand In hand
with the reform of our banking and cur
rency system If we had been ready to
act wisely and with full knowledge of
what we were about.
"There has been too little Federal legis
lation framed to serve the farmer directly
and with a deliberate adjustment of his
real needs. We long ago fell Into the
habit of assuming that the farmers of
America enjoyed such an Immense natural
advantage over the farmers of the rest
nf the world, were so Intelligent and enter
prising and so at ease upon the Incom
parable soils of our great continent, that
they could feed the world and prosper
no matter what handicap they carried
no matter what disadvantage, whether of
the law or of natural circumstances, they
labored under. We have not exaggerated
their capacity or their opportunity, but
ie have neglected to analyze the burden
some disadvantages from which they
weie suffering and have too often failed
to remove them when we did see what
The HiHeninme Interest.
'On of the chief and most serious of
these disadvantages has been that he has
not heen able to secure the extended bank
accommodations he every year stands In
ne-j of without paying the most burden
some rates of Interest and saddling him
self with mortgages and obligations of
'ry kind which he fairly staggered
under. It he could carry them at all. In
other countries systems of rural credit
have been put Into operation, which have,
not only relieved the farmer, but have
rut his enterprises upon a footing of easy
accomplishment. Countries In which agri
culture was fatally languishing because
wholly unprofitable have seen their farm
ing lands blossom again and their people
turn once moro hopefully to the foil for
living. Our farmers must have similar
means afforded them of handling their
financial needs easily and Inexpensively.
They should be furnished these facilities
Wore their enterprises languish, not
"And they will be. This Is our next
great tas.lt and duty. Not only Is a (lov
ernmer.t commission about to report
which Is charged with apprising the Con
gress nf the best methods yet employed
It this matter, but the Department of
Agriculture also has undertaken a serious
mid njHtcmatlc, study of the whole prob
lem of rural credits. The Congress and
t ie Executive working together will cer
tainly afford the needed machinery of
relief anil prosperity to the peeple of the
renintrs allien, and that very soon."
lloires utntlve Tiulklcy of Ohio, a con
tervte member of the Tlanklng and
Currency Committee, to-dny made tt
Mfh In defence of tho Administration
I' ll In the House caucus.
The President's statement that farm
ers' credits "is our next great task and
duty" was received with great Interest
line. It was taken to mean that this
subject will be prominently featured In
Oi" legislative programme that will be
formulated at the beginning of the Decem
ber pu-Moii of Congress.
MISSING AGED MAN FOUND.
MM af Adam Wrrnrik, 7", a Blank
.Since .fair JI7.
,n"r,ssACK, N. J.. Aug. 1J. Atlam
vierne.,, 7g years' old, of 411 Jackson
V!,1U-vnf- myHteilnusly disappeared on
July -i.Was found allvo and well In
John .1. i-ntHrd, son-in-law, boarded
" ';''iftcr h hoard the news and
In ought wer,gk (0 hj, nonu,, werucsk
annot tell wi nB hltH becn winK the
earned time, b. dofg not ,pptBr to have
RESULTS AT AUCTION.
Public Offering Yesterday In The
t at a:io TlllttO AV.
Tly Joseph I. Day.
GRANT AV, 10&S, e s, 267 s 141th t. :5s
I0t.ll, 3 sty dwlg A V Shaw sgt Mary
Monaghan; Shaw, F B. attys.; T M
Itleble, rsfj due, I1.402.S1; taxes, Ac,
ta3.R0; sub to a 1st mtg of 17,000; to
the plaintiff for 17,200
By Henry Brady.
JOHNSON AV s w s, lot 2t, blk 8107.
see 13 Geo Murray aft fi K Berrlan et
I; 1-3 I. Thompaon, attyi A W Plump, ref;
due, 1144.24; taxes, Ac, $34.82; to the
plaintiff for ll
AT THE IlEAli ESTATE EXCHANGE,
By James L. Brumley.
E 1ITII 8T, e s. 100 n Av K, MxlOO
Lawyers Title Ins A Trust Co agt Marin
8tgel rtealtr and Construction Co et al; to
the plaintiff for 16.000
E 13TI1 BT, e s, ISO n Av K, 10x100
Same agt same, action 3; to the plaintiff
E Hill KT, e s. 160 n Av K, 10x100
Same agt ssme, action 1: to the plaintiff
E 13TH ST. i, 110 ii Av K. 40x100
Sams agt same, action 6; to the plaintiff
lly Charles Shnngnnd.
f?l.8 S w " 14ln 75x100
11 K Hulley, plaintiff, lor IS.OOO over
mtg of 11,000
ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGES.
SI??!?' Wm- to Monte Hlrhfld ISOi
HENRY MORUKNT1I AU CO to Wni N
Cromwell et al. trus 120.000
CITT SSTOE CO to N Y Trunt Co........$t
BIIEEV1RT REAL ESTATE CO to N V
. Trust Co omitted
MOHniS PARK ESTATES to Columl'la
Knickerbocker Trunt Co lino
GUY, Fred v. to Theo V lloltorf tt
5,J5T,?5,f.li:.Ca.t.h c- ,0 VrRnk Krlch $1
SEFKERIEN, I'eter, and ano. to Theo Kaul-
AHNSTE1N, Emsnuel. et al to Jos O lllon-
stein fi 3j
NORTH BIDE MTGK CORPN to Andrew
.1 lllore jdEo
!i.V59!LEn,.llnr'1 ,n Henrietta Knu.. 31
KI.Ut.NEIt, lly U. and ano. exrs, to Jennl
K Htlefel 33.000
PAYNE ESTATE COIIPN to Chan P Hal-
S'f.'.'PSJjC; Hoyai U to Andrew C Jung.3100
PARADISE, John II, to Adam Vorn-
,, , .,S7,UUI) i
RH1NELANDUR. Philip, exr, to Eo.tiltnMe I
BA.ME to anme 347.000
JENKINS, Helen 11. to ItnlLin Suv Rank. 31
kami: to nme 31
FAt.l.ER. Chas II, to Marie Walter ,14,000
!i:.S. Frntik, to Il.ibel t:i Wachman. . . . 31
I'EARSAI.K D'AnJon and ano to M M
Realty Co 31
ini.i. u a t cu to city Ileal ltat
fa : 31
SAME to Roe Sellg 320,000
u"i.r.. .iinrceiius 11, and alio, ears, to
SAME to name 11
DOIxtK. Marcellua II, to Helen II .lenklns.31
SAME to eame 31
(With name and nddreea of lndr'i slty.)
Blinil. ST. n a. 200 e 6th av. 100x100.
juii in. nil- Hoot K nnd Mary w Shell
to Sadie B Cloi-ke. attje. Clooke. K ft It.
J51 E 14th at 3300
1HTII ST, 342 B. a. le,.8xiC0.11, AUC
10. 1910 Frank S and Anunzl.ua Stniace
to ,To Neumann, Jr. atty. E A Hnn.
302 Hway 11,000
2ST1I ST. 43 W. n . :6x9S.i. July 31.
190$ Peter De Lacy to Farmer Loan
and T Co; atta. Turner, R & II. 22 Will
lam at 320.000
LOTS 7 to 700. map 1041 Iiconla Park.
Dec 14. 1311 Roht K and Mary W Shell
to Kmma A Bedell; att. Clocke, K & It.
Ml E 149th at . . .31.100
LOTS 699 and 700. same map. Mar 2!.
1909 Same to Jnu II Myers; attya.
AV 13. 9t, nitge on leaae. Ac, Nov 3. 1st:
Uuatuv Muer to Jacob Ruppert, Inc.
atty. Walter II Stennrt. 105! 3d av.jl.oon
LOT IIS, map 401 Setnn honieateajl, 26.7s
100x27.6x100. Oct 19. 1J06 jHo and
Adninna lierg'ten to Ilvrkheck Invest
ment. Sav and Loan Co of America, any.
ilnuit Squire. 40 Wutl at 31.000
SAME PROPERTY and map. Apr t. 1907
Same to unit 1500
ltbTlI ST, n . too t'nlon hv. ruim n
94. 7x II e 13 2x r h.9x e IO0X w i0 to
Jan 31,, 1S90 Jullua Herrmann to the
Metropolitan Sav Hank; attya. AS W
Hutchlim. 69 Wall at 31,000
JOHNSON AV. a w cor 230th at. 100x74. J0X
102.8x5.1.7, May 17, 1910 Helen F and
Ralph 11 McKelvey to Edgehlll Coopera
tive Sav and Loan Aaan; attya. McKelvey
A Favour. 3 4 Wlll.im at 37,000
WASHINGTON AV, w a. 23 a lllat at. 60x9.i.
Deo 14. 1904 D Sylvan Crukow to Wll
lielmlna Nabel; atty, Arthur Knox. 19S
SAME PROPERTY. Oct IS. 1901 IfH.ie I
and Ella Dunn to aame 13.OO0
WASHINl'.TON AV r ror llt t. 26x95,
Jan 6. 1905 Carrlo J Well to eamo;
attye. Deyo Sc B, 111 Hway. 33 600
WASHINGTON AV, a ror KIM nt, 26x96.
Jan 6, 1906 Same to name; iuty. Amend
S. A. 119 Naaiau at ... 32.600
MARION AV, 2kS, e , 25x100. July 1. 1909
- Pearle K Doornboa to Mark r Meltufr.
atty. 5eo Win TUirk. 1 Wall et. . 12 000
ALEXANDER AV. 211, w b. 16.x75, Feb ...
1908 Sadie Silverman to Hy Samuels,
admr: utty. J WIIkoii Bryant 2M Mor
rla av . 13.000
LOTS 11-14, map 1423. (Irlawold eatale,
fronting on FleUUton road. June 21. 1910
Mary Peters to Mary A W lleatnn.
attya, Salter & Stelnkump, 140 Nainu
151ST ST. a a. 60 w llelmont av runa
97.11X ve 115 a from a a Iktst at x
50 e of e a Huahea av x n 115x r e.9.3 to
beg, June 9, 1913 Jno nnd Sarah J Perry
to Thoa II Calhoun. 27 Cedar t.. . 1600
103D ST, n a, 105 from n w cor Manhattan
nv. 20x100.11, Aug 31, 1907 Kath .1 Duff
to Magdalena Brlner; atty. Robt K W';
ley, 11 Uay .12 000
LOT 7. w 'i map Waketlelil, 50x114. July
10. 1912 Ottitlle M Hochrelter to (l A
nttv il E Davla. 320H 3d av.,1500
137TH ST. a a. 172 w 7th av. Kx99.ll. June
9. 1913 Carrie Kltxlnger to Flora M San
.lomlre; attya. Dulon & Roe. 41 lark
MADISON AV, 110. atr and b-mt Saml
Medlln to Adolph Phllllpa. f,23 V 138th at,
4 10.12 yrs from July I. 1913; atty. Simon
M Piatt, 320 Hway
7TH AV, a w cor 116th at, 2d atr a of cor
Ht Nicholas av 7th Av Theatre Co to
Sulvatore Hunan. 151 Cedar at, 5 yrs from
lulv 1. 1913 II.S0O
bow Amuaement Co. Inc. 1139 3d av. 10
yrs from May 1, 1913; attya. Lpateln
R, 14 Cedar at H-1"
VYSK AV. 1221 Peter Otten axt So,rati T
Cahlll et al (forecloaure of mtgi att,
llovell. McCheaney ft I'larkaon
HOME 8T, s w cor Marretto at, 94x109.1
Simon Cygs agt Home-Fox Co et al (fore-
closure of mtg): attya, Arnsteln, Levy &
lTHAV.r'll4 and JI00 Saranao Conatruc
tlon Co act Jossph DavU et al (amended
foreclosure of mtg); atty, H B DavU.
LOT 351, map Wasblngtonvllle, Bronx
Hsnry E Bliss et al agt Richard W Kemp
shall (action to dsbar claim, Ac); attys.
Holden Cavanaugh. . .
1I1ST 8T, 136 E Oens Bruder agt Jacob
L Isaacs et al (forecloaure of mtg); atty,
M 8 Hyman. . .
DYHE AV, s. adj land of John Blsaell,
containing l acres, Bronx Lucius L
Judaon, trus, agt David B Duncan et a
(action to set aslds deed); atty. T N
35TII ST, 142 E Sophie Sterns agt Peter
J McMahon et al (forecloaure of mort
gage): attya. Kaulfusa A Callahan.
14 2D 8T, 202 W Robert M Dunn sgt
Theresa P Froatx et al (forecloaure of
mortgage): atty, If Sw-uln.
121ST HT, 159 W City Real Estate Co act
Thomas F Scully et al (forecloaure of
mortgage); atty. H Hwuln.
170TII 8T, n s, lt.ll. ft w of Brlstow at.
23. 10x91. It Wm A Martin agt Chaa II
Hproeaslg, Jr, et al (forecloaure of mort
gage); atty. It T Fay.
121ST BT. E; Hth at. 534 E (two ac
tlonal bene Bruder agt Jacob L Iaaaca et
nl (forecloaure of two mortgages); atty,
I33D BT, n s. 125 ft e of 12th av. 126x39.11
O'Donohue Eatatea agt Dorothy Realty
Co et al (forecloaure of mortgage); atty,
II Swain.' . . . ......
99TI1 ST, s s. 100 ft e of llh av. 25x99, II
Annie O Cochran agt Anna Oalland et si
(forecloaure of mortgage); atty, 8 T
NEW REALTY CORPORATIONS.
The following companies were Incorpo
The Great KIIU Ijind and Development
Company, Great Kills. Stntnn lalandi cnpltal.
150.000; directors, .1, A. Sprlngatead, New
York city; Harry E. Fellows, Brooklyn; J.
T, Saldlna, New York city, . ,
The Nearby Homea Company, Rockvllls
Centre; capital, 136,000; directors, Mosea
Morris. Jacob Rubin, William Schaumber,
New York city.
The Roberta-Plaraon Corporation, Hemp
atead; capital, $10,000; directors, Jacob II.
Roberts, Albert W. Brown. Hsmpataad. N,
Y.i Herbert V. Pleraon, Garden City. N. Y,
The Schenck-Denyae Realty Company,
Brooklyn; capital, 160.000; directors. Edward
S. Hchtnck, Louis K. Denyas, Jeais A.
Tho Delphic Realty and Security Company.
Manhattan; capital, 160,000; director. Alois
L. Kohler, New York city: Jacob Lasker,
New York city: Ernest Al Hlelgler, New
Brunanlik, N, J.
The Haltoa Realty Company, Manhat
tan! capital, 15,00: directors, Henry D.
Cbapln, Alice D. Chapla as a Barton Cbsala,
Now Xerk city. ..
REAL ESTATE MARKET
NEWS AND COMMENT
Tradlnf? in the Metropolitan
District Without Volume
SMALL PKOPERTIES SOLD
Costly East Side Dwelling
Leased to John A. Black
Plans for New Buildings.
Trading In real estate reached the
lowest point of the summer yesterday.
Not only were fewer sales reported from
tho metropolitan section but the quality
of business reported was the poorest of
tho season. There was not a deal of any
kind announced by brokers to relieve the
monotony of the situation In Manhattan.
Tho best tho day afforded there wn tho
snlo of n half Interest In a Forty-fourth
street plot and the leasing of an expen
sive Knst Hide dwelling to a man well
known In the financial world.
HirVS ON 44TII KTRRRT,
HAST 14T11 STREET Marshall O.
Hunk has bought from Henry Hoff a
half Interest In the property at 203, 205
tind 107 East Forty-fourth street, three
four story dwellings of no modern date
nf construction, adjoining tho northeast
corner of Third avenue. One of the
dwellings Is 2!xl00.! and two nro 18.9
1 00.5 each. The three houses form a
Plot of 62.5 feet frontage, which was
held In the market by Mr. Hoff at 153,
000. The dwellings will he extensively
altered Into bachelor npartmenta of one,
two nnd three room suites. The altera
tion is to be made for a client of
OoiHlalc, Perry 4 Dwlght, who has
agreed to lease the finished buildings
for ten years nt a rental of 16.500 a
year. This client, who Is n woman, has
eight other bachelor apartment houses
in various parts of tho city south of
Klfty-nlnth street, (loodalc. Perry &
Dwlght negotiated tho sale.
WEST 114TH STREET John H. Orabad
has sold the five story flat at 308 West
114th street, on lot 26x100.11, between
El;;hth nnd Manhattan avenues.
BRONX I'ROPI'.RTV SALK.
TOPPING AVENUE Mary E. Kelly has
sold 1750 Topping nvenue, a three story
dwelling, on lot 25x95.
ELTON AVENUE George Lodes has
sold for the Charles 11, Strccter Con
struction Company the live Btory mod
ern tenement nt 813 nnd S15 Elton ave
nue, on plot 50x100. John II. Paradles
Is tho buyer. He gave In part pay
ment 3909 Third nvenue, a Ave story
flat, on lot 25x38.
nnooKLVN mvKi.t.ixi ni;vF.n.
J. Howard Aihfleld has sold the four
family apartment house at SO Kingston
avenue from John R. Ryan : the three story
dwellings at 119 to 123 McDonough
street, for Freellng Smith to an operator;
tho three story dwelling lis Mncon street,
feir n Mr KeoEh to V. Johnson, and 3HS
Putnam nvenue. for tho Palmer estate to
a Mr. Rest.
Malcolm McKlnnon. Jr., has sold to an
Investor 712 and 71s Fifty-third street.
two family brick dwellings, each on lot
$1(1,000 IN YtlNKHR" LOT DF.AI
D Vltei tt Nicholson have sold for
Anthony Mnslito to Frederick Keith of
New York a tract of forty-three lots at
Yonkers. Mr. Keith gaw In part pay
ment his rcldenco nt Mallia, L. I. The
deal Involved about $40.1100.
TAKES LKINE 4IN Ol'TTINfi HIII'M'..
John A. Illack, a broker, and former
partner of John W. (Jutes, has taken a
leapc from It. Fulton Cutting of the four
story dwelling at 22 E.ist Sixty-seventh
street, adjoining the residence of Mr. Cut
ting nt the southwest corner of Madison
axenu';. The house Is on a plot fronting
2. feet and having a denth elf 100.5 feet
nnd It Is reported that the lessee will p.iy
a yearly rental of 19,000. The lease l
said to be for a long term of years.
CITY DWELLINGS RK.NTEII.
Douglns 1. Elllman A Co. have leased
131 East Fifty-fourth street, a four story
dwelling, to Roderick Cameron.
Pease & Elllinun hno leased 13S East
Thirty-slxtH street to Dr. C F. Smith.
bi'sixk.hh ritni-KHTV i, i:skd.
M. A l Hess hao leased to the Grant
S. Kelley Company, woollens, 2,000 feet of
space In thu IIes Mulmlng. at the south
west corner of Twenty-sixth street and
Worthlnstnn Whltehousc has leased 45
West Forty-eighth street for Sarah V
Xabrlskie, and 47 Wet Forty-eighth street
for Arthur R, Gray and Sarah Z.vbrlskle
for a term of years. The tenant Is Mrs.
t . J. Tnmllnson.
II. I'reud has leased for lbolt A Co.
the show window and loft In the l.i-bolt
llulldlng. ut Fifth avenue and Twenty
third street, to the Rosenbach Shoe Com
pany for a term of years.
The Midwest Realty Company has
leased the eighth floor In 22-26 West
Thirty-second street to Albert Harris,
cloaks and suits, now at 137-139 West
Ungcr A Watson have leased the build
ing at 655 Lexington avenue to Mrs.
Relnhold Wltte for a term of years.
The real estate department of the Fifth
Avenue Bond and Mortgage Company has
leased a space In the Monolith Building,
45 Weet Thirty-fourth street, to William
Spear A Co. have rented the tenth loft
In 27 to 33 West Twentieth street to the
Leterman. Becher A Jordan Company,
the first loft In 130 to 134 West Seven
teenth street to E. Schonbrun A Co. of
Cleveland. Ohio, and tho fifth loft In S17
nnd S19 Broadway to A. Mendelsohn A
SMALL WEST SIDE DWELLING.
rhina hare becn filed by Henry A. Koel
bio for the construction of a two story
store and dwelling on the south side of
Sixty-second street 225 feet east of Am
sterdam uvenue for Mrs. E. T. I.lnden. It
will have a frontage of 25 feet and a
depth of 72 feet and has been estimated to
HR0.1X SCHOOL PLANNED.
C. B. J, Ifinyder, Suiwtrlntendent of
Public School Buildings, ns architect, has
Mod plans, for the construction of a five
story brick school, 202.4x132.3, on tho
south sido of 184th street, from Croston to
Morris avenue, for the city at a cost of
1380,000. Arthur Boehmer has filed plans
for a one story brick store. 60x91.8, on
tho northwest corner of Third avenue and
I-orlllard place, for the Belmont Bqtiaro
Market Company, Inc., Giuseppe Mutarere
president, at a cost of $8,000.
SATISFIED MECHANICS' LIENS.
17TII ST, OH K laldor Kramer vs Henry
Tlachman et al, June 11. 1911 111.26
12IST ST, 102 nnd 104 K Iildor Kramer
va Thai Realty Co et al, .June 20,
6TH ST, 312 E Ialdor Kramer vs Rose
Cordon et el. June 20. 1011 $107.7
127TH HT, 417 and 419 W Manachsr, A
Zimmerman vs Faultless Construction Co
t al. Feb 1. 111 1625
44TH ST, 423 to 417 W Purcell A Clll
faather. Inc, vs Catherine O D Rogers
4 al, A 12, 1111 (by dap44t)..ll,HI.I
(With name fund addreaa of owner and
attorney. When attorney's name la omitted
addreaa party of second part,)
(South of Fourteenth at.)
BROAD ST. 102-101. s w cor Pearl at
(44.41). runs s 111.6 to n s Water at (111)
x w 02.SX n 100.4 to a s Pearl at x a
113.1 to beg (foreclna, June Jfi) l'hoenlx
lngraham. ref, to Myer Phllllpa. Engle
wood. N J. mil 1120.000. .lulv I: attva.
Hvnes. W A S, 55 Llbertv at ... .115,000 t
oaaii'i I'liufKitrx aiyer rniiupa to lax
Ilroad St Corpn, 62 Wall al. mtg 15:0,000.
July 14: attys, Rosen & Phillip. 52
Wall at 11
CHERRY BT, n w cor Oliver at. :G.xM.ii,
with a t to strip In rear, xl.4 Conestta
Delll Paoll, extrx. Aleaaandro Paoll. to
Delancey Realty Co, 116 Nassau at, mtg
114.760. Aug 2: attys, Davis A D, 01
Chambers st 145,000
(East ef Fifth av, between Fourteenth and
ID AV, 444, a w cor 34th St. 40.4x100
refer Doelger et al, heirs Peter Doelger,
dee'd. to I'eter Doelger Brew'g Co, Inc,
407 E tilth st, June ; attys. Amend A A,
110 Noa.au at 11
3TH ST, 111 E. n s. 26x91.1 Hecker-
Jonea-Jewell Milling Co to Frank (1 Good.
110 W 100th at, b and s. Aug 11; nttya,
Sullivan A C, 4 Wall at II
(Weat of Fifth av. between Fourteenth and
32D ST. 32 W. s s. 26xl. Frances M Wot-
rnit, widow and neir or Jss il aietcaire,
to Metcalfe Realty Corpn. 29: Main at,
Rurrato, N Y, H part, mtg 146,000, all
Hens, Aug ; atty, W Krone, 17 W 3lat
SAME PROPERTY Francla T Metcalfe to
ma ....a. . K nnn U. . - r . nil !! ,11,
S! nttv. nam.... II '
SAME PROPERTY Lyman M nasa to same, '
mtg 146,000, H part, all llena, Aug ?. .
attv. aame II .
SAME PROPERTY Jaa S Metcalfe to aame, I
mtg 146.000, tt part, an ueni, Aug v;
attv. aame Ill
SAME PROPERTY Oeo S Metcalfe to eam.
H part, q c. Aug ; atty, aame II
41ST ST, 366 W, .s a. 20x91.9 Jno T Kenny
et si. heirs Jno Kenny, aee o, o aisrg t
J Kenny, widow of Jno Kenny, 463
41th at. all Hens. Oct 23, 1911; atty, Jaa
It Itavea. 61 Chambers rl Olft
62D ST,' 101 W, n e, runa 44 to w a th
av x n !5.:x w ioox s n.sx s e 10
bee: 4th av, w a. 25.1 n 62d at. 5.1x100;
S2d at, n s, 100 w Ith ax-, runa n 12. 6x a e
to at X w 64 to beg Peter Doelger et al,
exra I'eter Doelger. dee'd. to Peter Doel
ger Brew'g Co. 407 E S6th at, June C;
uttya. Amend A A. 119 Naaaau at,. II
6TII AV, a w cor 64th at. ;6.2xl00 Peter
Doelger et al, exra reter uoeijer, uec ,
to Peter Doelger Brew'g Co, 407 E J5th
at, June C; attya. Amend A A. 119 Na
rau at H
(Manhattan Ialand, north of 110th st. )
lliTII ST. 4S W, a a. lKxlOO.U (foreclna
Aug S) Ernest E I. Hammer, ref, to
Oeo A Archer, 107 W s:d at, Aug It.
nttya. Harrlaon. E A B. 60 Wall at.. 110.000
LEXINUTON AV, a e cor 116th st (160 B),
100.11x:6 Peter Doelger et al, exra Peter
Doelger, to P Doelger Brwg Co., 407 K
65th at, June 0: attya. Amend A A, 11
Nnaaail at !!
ITH AV. 214: to 2164. n e ior 116th at
(265-41 W). 125x201. 10x I'reg I'eter
Doelger et al. exra Peter Doelger, to I'eter
Doelger Brwg Co. 407 E 65th st. ail liens.
June 6: att)s. Amend A A. 119 Naanau
. . .
120TH ST. 360 W. s a. 14x100.11 Jaa V tt
liocknell to Anna M. hla lfe, July 2.
1903: atty. Jno U Harrlaon. 237 Hway II
BROADWAY, n w eor 130th at (HI Ml,
24 11x76. nar, w a. 24.11 n 130th et,
atrip 0.2x76 Peter Doelger et al. exra
Peter Doelger, to Peter Doelger Hrg
Co. 407 B 65th at; attys. Amend A A. 1IJ
Nnaaau at :: V." .
1SSTH ST. 30S W. a a. 14x99.11 Fannie
Kahn to Kraelow Conatr Co, 1SS Montasue
at. Bklyn. May 27 110,500
(Borough of The Hrom )
CLAY AV. 1349 and 1351. w a. 33 479 7 -Joaeihlne
Ewen et nl to Cath Kn,
1351 Clay a. AUR 7, miRe 1.VIV, iiiu.
it A Een. 1151 Clay av. . . . .-U
CLAY AV, 1319 and 1321. w S. 33.4x42.3
Manilla. A Ewen et al to Cath Ewen,
1311 Clay nv. Aug 7. mlge 12.500. ..... H
TART LOT 257, map Eaat Tremnnt Mar
T Esau to .1 a Mlrhaela Co. SSI E 179th
it. Aur 12. atty. Jos T Hanlon. 1009 a
HOth at :.,, u" ."
COl'RTLANDT AV. . . lc?',h,
26x100 John M Ruhl to Ruhl Real Prop
erty Co. 24i Aqueduct av, Mar 26.. . 11
PART LOT 257 map Eaat Tremont. x-
Wm W Ecan to Mary T Egan, Slt3
Honeywell av, Aug 11, mtga 11.600, attv.
Jno T 1 1 a man. 1009 E loth st. ...... .1100
LOTS 132 to 135. map Hunts Point Realty
Co Lillian A Marty et al to John W halen.
2161 Wealcheater av. July 11; atty. L , T
Ilia T Co. 10 Bwar 15.000
SAME PROPERTY John Whalen to Mhl.lt
ter Embroidery Co. 79 E 130th at. Aug )..
att). I. T ina A T Co. 160 Bway...... 11
14STI4 SI', a . 'D ' Waahlngtun BV. Ii
th-- .lea lrfhinan t.i Jaa C Warren it 1.
(Mil at. Aur IS, atty. T 5 to. :,e.
LOTS 42 and 49. map 300. lota lolitroiled
by lly MorgenthauLealtt J Hunt, mm
to Jacob Cohen, 1S93 Vy av. Auk I'. .'tl.
I, T In I'o. K0 Hwa IH.OiMl
SAME PROPERTY Jacob Cohen to Thai I.
Ncler IMalnneld. N J. Aug e,. mtg HJ.JOn.
utty. I. T ln Co, 160 ltnay .. .. M11"
LOT 63. inop Hunter eatatn Carmine Zero
to Ro.olla Tornatore, M4 Courtlandt av.
Feb 27 1""
STI I. I.I.WEI. I. AV. n e ror Saratoga a jOx
ion Carmine Zero to Hoaalla Tornatore.
14 Cmirtlandt nv, Keb 27. . . . Sl"0
SOUTHERN BLVD. e a. 354.6 a Aldu ! !'t
Oval Cont Co to Jo. Corn. 731 Kelly
at. Aug 12. mtg 169,000; ntty. J A Seld-
m.in. i.l Park Row 11"0
HOI! AV. w . 60 a Jennings at. 50x100 -
Henry Altlng to Bernlre A It til. 305 ll-d-
ford av. Ilrooklyn. Aur 13. nitr 46.6oo,
alta. Nlebrugge A M. 233 Hway 11
COIII. HAH AV. a. 136.6 a 232 dat. 25x12. 9
Robert Bradley. 1930 UnUerati) u.
miR 11,600. Aur 13. atty. John 1' Eer'it.
32 Liberty t 11
LOTS 2'p ami -7, ninp Morrla Park Morris
Park Ealate to .lost lllaaert, 5S6 E 179th
al. all dated July .11. nttr, I. T Ina A. T
Co. 160 Hivny 11
LOT 2. blk 61 Same to Win Rleyer. 1"01
Kelly at II
LOT 31. blk II. lot 17. Idk 61--S.imn In
Michael l'lnn, U Madlaon uv .. ..11
LOT 40, blk 44 Same to Juculi Preeilberg.
14 llr.idhurat nv ... 11
LOT 20. blk 24 Same to HenJ Cohen, I.T,
13 112th t II
LOT 19, blk 20 Same to V J Byrne, South
Bethlehem. I'a II
OTS 16 and 17, blk 14 Same to Thou Hoil-
Un, 167 4th av . . . 11
LOT 11. blk 12Sain to Mary A Irla, r,it.
W 135th at II
LOTS 30 nnd 31. blk 19 -S.ini to Andicw .1
ll.ihn. 2i,7 l; 140th at 11
LOTS nnd , blk 72 Same to Marshall
Hnlll.trr, lMeaaalit Vnlle, N Y.... II
LOT 54. blk 71 Same to iune 11
LOT IS. blk :; Same to Kath V Mullen,
2619 CbeaebroiiKh av II
LOTS 37 and 38. blk 11 Same to Frans A
Merllng. Crnnford. N J II
LOT 10, blk 29 Same to Jacob A Slander.
1617 Roaells at 11
LOT 6, blk. 17; lot 69. blk 14: lot 39. blk 64
Same to Wm McKlnley, 111 W lOlat at.. II
LOT 21, blk '12 Sam to Fannla Sohmer.
1324 3d av 11
LOT 34. blk 42 Same to Alton 1. Smiley.
Central Valley, N Y 11
LOT 26, blk 24 Sams to A Kelm-Murnane,
Portland, Me II
LOT 21, blk 30 Sams to Danl A Sullivan.
Concord, N Ii II
LOTS 11 and 19, blk 41 Sam to Marshall
Rosenberg, 721 I.x av II
LOTS It, 12, 21 and 24. blk 66; lota 61 and
62, blk 72 Same to BenJ Nnthanann, 1564
3d nv 11
4T1I ST, a a, 150 a Washington nv. 25xlii0
Clara Burdett and aim to Jacob W.irachau
and ano, 162 W 144th at. July 31, mtg
13,000; utty, T O Co. 176 Rway 1100
RIVERDALE AV, w a. adj land Slaters or
Charity of st Vincent de Paul. 320x
Clara Morrla Holding Co to Hurry Wolfe,
44t 3d at. Bklyn. mtg 135,000, Aug 12:
atty, T O Co. 176 Bway 1100
SAME PROPERTY llnrry Wolfe tn Corllon
Motion Picture Laborutorlea, 340 W 21at
at. Aug 12, mtg 135,000; ntty, anme,,, 11
ELTON AV, n w a, 60 a w Waverly st. .lax
100 Chaa 11 Streeter Conat Co to John
II Paradlee. 218 E 20Iat at. Aug 12. mtg
140,000; utty, T O Co, 176 Bway 1100
3D AV, 1909. w a. 26.1x87.6 John 11 Para,
dlea to Chaa II Streeter Const Co, 196
Elton av, July 21, mtg 116,000; atty, T l
Co. t7 Bway 11 00
LOTS 41 and 44, map Sterna eatate Nellie
Brooka to Emmy Stagga, 218 E 23d at.
May 2 lino
(With nam and addrea of lender and
(South of Fourteenth st.)
CHERRT ST. n w cor Oliver at. 24.9
Delancey Realty Co to Martin Murka,
1242 Madlaon av, Aug 12: due July 1,
1914, p e; attys, Duvts A D, 61 Cham.
bars at 14,000
RIVINOTON HT, 14. 25x75 Ialdor Singer
to Hugh Hill. Irvlngton.on. Hudson, N Y,
Aug II, t yrs. 6H P c; atty, L T Ina
Co. 140 Bway 11,000
(East ef Fifth av, between Fourteenth and
11BT ST. n s. 176 w llh sv. 25x11. 9 -Eleanor
M Oakley tn Thoa De Witt, 1 W 30ih st.
Aug 13. pr mtge 132,000, ! yra. il p e,
attys, De Witt, I. A De W, II Nuaauu
(West of Fifth av'. between Fourteenth snd
ITH AV, w s. 49.U n 29th at. 21x
Mary E -O'Farrell. trus, to lajretto M
.Coagrnvs. 151 W'72d St. Aug It, pr mtge
AtWlMOO, 1 rr, I f c; ally, W F Clara,
APARTMENTS TO I.F.T CNFtTRNISHED.
The most advanced thought In
apartment house construction. Every
luxurv and convenience that you
would plan In your own home has
boon provided hero, Yet, wlthsl,
rentals are moderate.
Apartments, 7 to 11 rooms (all outside
rooms), 2 to 4 baths. Inspection tnvlted,
F. R. WOOD, W. H. DOLSON CO,
Aients, Uroadwsy at 69th St., N. Y,
The Only Eight-Story Fireproof Ele
vator Apartment House In
Corner Westchester and Hoe Ave.,
Two Blocks East of Simpson St.
3, 4, 5, 7 and 8-Room
Apartments, with One and Two
Baths nnd Larrfe Foyers.
Very Latest Equip
ment. Send for Booklet nnd Particulars.
Day nnd Niiht Service.
773 Westchester Ave, New York.
Tel. S76S Uelroae.
BOS W1J4T K.ND AV.
net. fifth A- HNth Streets
New 13-stor) Apartment
1 and 0 Rooms and 3 baths. Unique layout
families on a floor
Itenti a,4(HI (n B.1.MH)
Open I' very Day for Insprctlnn,
i:. T. HA4 K1S. Aient,
2300 llioailuay, cor. Mih SI
218 TO 234 ST. JAMES PLACE.
Near Fulton Nt., I block lirsnd Av. 1."
atatlon; walking riUtanre to lubsar,
s-Poom modern apartment . J4J .'
7-ltoom motlern apartment . 45- is
S-llooin extra large apartment as
Floor plan furnished. Itranch office on
premlea. linlden Itealtj (' onner.
REAL F.aTATC FOR SALE WeelehetUr P..
Kinnith Ires & Co W::." 7E. 42
1SS Hway 12 000
40TII ST. n s, 20S.S Cth av Isj'JS!--Zo
i: Rank- to Cha V Cox, trus. Mill
burn. N J, Aug 12. 3 r. 4 4 ii c. atty.
I. T Ins A T Co, !to Itwnv 1:3,000
STII AV. Tn? Patrick Hulley and ann lo
MelWlle II R-arns 93 Joralemon at. Hklyn.
July 30. demand 4 p c 13.113
6TII ST. n a. 400 w 7th av. 25x100 5;
5th av, . 80.5 n 111th at, 110.2x100,
43.1 at. a a. 105.4 e Jd av. 100x100,5.
Slst st. a s. 222 w Lexlncton av. 83x102.2
-Thoa F O'Relllv to Myron Straus, f,
Seorin nv, R of Queens. N Y, du Feb
9. mi. p c. Aug 9, atty, J V Schavrlen:
-ourr si, iiKiyn jr.OO
COLUMRUS AV, w a. 76.9 s 13d at. 60.1 lx
100 Chaa E Williamson to John Hay
dock, Jr. 414 Riverside Drive. Install Inc.
Aug 12; atty, Baylla A S, 37 Liberty
100TII ST. 132 V. 211100 11 -Cmm.. H
llaske to Anna M Orube 113 w S3 1 st
-iuiy j;. attjs, Austin. .Mcu A M. 135
Hway .... ... ll.non
(Manhattan Islxnd north of lieth st
Si: MAN V. n w a. at s w 2Hth at. 123 x
5o F Win Sohna to lly c, SchloendortT
I nl. V. STiti st. Auk 12. pr mtK tt.oo
I r p c. nttys. Clarke, K K II US!
II l(9th st j; oo
(Rorotigh of The Rionx
LOTS 11 nnd 12 blk OS map Morris Park- -IlenJ
Natlianson to Morris Park Kst.Ue'.,
75 ltro.id si, nil dated Julv 30. all 3 vr
5 P e. ntty, LawrrH T I A T Co IHO
LOTS r nnd 42, blk 71 Simr lo
Atll- II 330
LOTS 23 and 24. blk 51 S.iiiih to
LOT blk 17 Win Klntey to same . tl.'O
LOT 39. blk 54 Same to aame r.(0
LOT blk 31 Snme to same. SH5
LOT 51. blk 73 M Holllster to same. 1350
LOTS 7 nnd . blk 72 Same to same.. II, 100
LOTS if. and !?. hlk If. .ln Hl....rt tn
1 same v Il.f.45
I l.or 2. blk 61 Win Rleyer to aame lion
I LOT blk 20 -P .1 Ryrne to same 11 tun
t LOT 24 blk .4 HotH Cohen n sani T.V.
LOT 40 1,1k 44 -Jar oh Freebbfrg to
LOT 11. blk 12 -Mary A Tre to same r.ou
LOT 2'.. blk 24 A Iv Murn.'ine lo same I7i
LOT 3C blk 42 A I. Smiley and an i i
same II ".i'l
LOT 10. bill 29-1 A Slandere tn same. S1S5
LOT 29. blk 30 llan'l A Sulllan t"
nme ... 14 15
LOT 29. blk 12 K.innle Sohmer to
LOT l. blk '(Kath V Mullen tn aame I9a
LOTS is nnd 19. blk 4l--.MIi h l RoaenU rg
lo some .11 .r.o
LOTS 30 mid 31. blk l9--.mlrew I Holm
lo urn, .11 000
LOTS 37 and 3 blk 14--F A Medina l
same II 435
LOT 35 blk II nnd lot 17. blk 51 - Mich I
Pl nn i'i same II -0o
ttsTII ST 521 I!, a a IC.SxloO. part
Milt Kedzlnrek lo Flora Meyer. 2I So
I lib n. Allentnwn. ''n, .Mix 12. Installa.
f. ii c. ntty. J Helderman, 73 Klton
PART LOT 141. map Untonport Frank Oasa
to Michael Struth. 431 Jarkson av. July
1, 3 vrs. P c; ntty, Frank Oass, West
chester. NY 12,600
CIIARI.OTTK ST. 1314. a. 60x100 Jacob
Cohen to I.eavttt J Hunt. 11 W 46th at.
Aug 7, 2 yrs. 6 p c; ntty, I. T Ina A T
Co. 160 Itwnv 137,600
SAMK. PROPERTY Same to Katharlna
I'aeth. Richmond Hill. N T, pr mtg 137,600,
due Feb 12, 1915, 4 p c. Aug 12; ntty.
LOT 1. map Hunt eatate Albert I. Toepfer
to Roval Rronx Renltv Co, 1 1 jr. Walker
nv. Aug 12, pr mtg 14.950. 2 yra, fi p c;
ntty, Chaa II Il.iechler. 1124 Walker
CROTONA AV, w a, 40 s 1119th at. 75ll31.4 -P'Andrej
Const Co to (lluseppe Nntnle,
t',17 Morris Park av, 1 yr. C p c, Aug 12;
ntty. C 11 Raeohler. 1128 Walker sv 11.500
WOOORUFP AV. n e a nt a e a Prospect
av, 160x John Kelly to John T Kelly,
61 Clark at. Rklyn, pr mtg I7.500. 1 yr,
r. p v, Aug 12; atty, S Wrny. 1995 Rosion
l6Tlt ST, 49G K, 25x100 Jacob Warselinii
Hint uno to Clara Rurdett, Hayslde, I, I,
Aug 12. pr mlr 13,000, due as per bond:
ntty. T O Co, 174 Rway 12.500
RKCKCIt AV. n e cor Matilda at. 50x100 -Abram
II Lnwson to Harriet S Steele, 121
liny 34th st. Rklyn. duo as per band. Aug
13. arty, T O Co, 174 Rway 12.000
RIVHROALi: AV, w a, 33.S a stone monu
ment on Rlverdale av, runa a w 240x a w
203x n w 272x n e 220x n e 191, 9x
a 320 Harry Wolfe to Clara Morrla
Holding Co, 47 Wall st. Aug 12, due as per
bond: ntty, T O Co. 17 Hway. .. .116.000
LOT 103. map land W F Ouncan Nicola
Sptnelln to Ornco M Pall. 411 K 61st st,
Aug 12. due July 1, 1911, 4 p e; atty, Wm
.1 Merrill. 1320 Flndlay av 1650
194TM ST, 344 K, 14x81,1 Arena A Wright
lo North N Y Savings A Loan Assn. 49
Willis nv, July 21. Install 4 p r; ntty. J II
lllldreth. 3d uv nnd HSth st.. . 11,600
LOT 63, map 327. lots Hunter estate
Rosolln Tornatore to l'letro Oalto, 776 Mel.
rose av. due as per bond, June 4; nttv. A
C AsUrlta, 325 Hway S350
BROADWAY. 1441 nnd 1450 Manhattan
Sand Co ngt 4lst Street Realty Co. owner;
Windsor Contracting Cn, conlraetor.1224,90
WMRSTIIR AV, 27651 Crlstaldl nxt Rvelyn
IlulldliiK Co. owner and contractor. . ,1325
FOIIT WASI1INOTON AV. a e cor 161st at,
102x115 1 1 -John Zuttrer nirt Fried inn n
ConHlrm lion Co, owner; Flnrock Iron
Works, contractor 1350
2li AV, 1647 laano Goodman ogt Peter
Doelger Hrewlng Co, Inc, owner; John
Sullivan, contractor.. 125
ST MARKS PU 4--Ithelnfrnnk House
Wrecking Co ngt David Walsh, owner; A
II Onrdee. contractor 1367.14
LORINO PL. e a. 170 ft s of Ford ham rd.
100x114x100x122 Brine A Tangredt agt
John Bsckermann and Btcktnnana llsolty
REAL F.BTATE AT AUCTION.
SAT., AUG. 16th
at 2 P. M. on the premises, rain or ahlne,
140 SEASHORE LOTS
The station between
Far Rockaway A Arrerns.
The lots are located close to
OCEAN, BAY & DEPOT
Easy terms. Simple reatrlctlons. which
permit 1IUNGALOWS. Titles Insured.
Special train on day of Nate leaving
Flntbaah Are. Station at ll.'lu I. M.
Map, complimentary paaaes and full
psrtlrulara from JKRB JOHNSON JR.
CO, 187 ilroadway, N. Y, A 193 Monta
gue St., Ilrooklyn.
FIRST JUDICIAL Ill'.PAUTUBNT.
la Ibe Ilalter of the Application of II.I.IAU R.
WII.U-OA, 1111.(1 It. UAI.rlllK. WILLIAM
MrCARROLI., RDWARR M. HAbSKITami JOR?3
K. KUSTIS. ronitltutlns the Public Sen Ice Com
mlaalon In anil for the First District of The Slats
of New York, by the Corporation Counsel of The
City of New York, for and on behalf of The City
of New York, for the appointment of Cumin!.
loners of Appraisal, pursuant to Chapter 4 of
the I.awsot 1101 and the several statute amenda
tory thrreot and supplemental therein, relative
to acquiring a permanent and perpetual uiulrr
ground right, casement and right of uay, amt also
a temporary rlebt or easement for the construc
tion, maintenance nnd operation In perpetuity of a
Rapid Transit Railroad In, under or appurtenant
to certain premise situated on the easterly We
of CKNTItf; HTRF.KT and the northerly side of
PKARI.STKKirr.at the Intersection of the north
erly aide of I'KARL srRKKT with the easterly
side of CP.NTHK HTHKF.T. and on the easterly
llde of IIUANR HTltKKT and the northerly ldo
of CITY 1IALL PLACK.al the Intersection of the
easterly ,de of D17ANK STRKCT with the north
erly side nf CITY HALL l'LACK. In the Borough
of Manhattan, ritr of New York. HHOOKLYN
AND MANHATTAN LOOPLINIM PIIOOUKDINO
NOTICR is hereby given that the report of
William F.feln. John C Kltrgrrald and lewis
Johnston, eommkalonrr of APlrslal dulv ap.
pointed In the above eu 1 1 ll-rt proceeding, which
report bears date the nth day nf June, 1913, uas
Itlrd In the ofhee of the Clerk of the County of .New
ork on the 21st day of Julv. 1013.
Notice Ii further given that the said report will
be presented for confirmation to the Supremo
Court, at a Special Term. Part I. thereof, to ho
held in and for the l'lt-i Judicial District, at the
County Court House, In the llorough of Manhat
tan, City of New York, on the 14th day of August.
1013, at the opening of Court on that day. or as
soon theteafter a counsel can be heard Iheieon.
and that then and there a motion will be mads
that aald report be confirmed.
Us led, New York. .lulv:!. 1911.
AKClllllAl.t) It. WATSON.
flail ef Records. Ilorotigh of Manhattan,
city of New York.
SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NIIW YORK.
J Kdward Knnpp and William M. Richard. a
trustees under the last will nnd testament of
I'd ward K. Chase, deceased. Plaintiffs, iigalnt
Franklin Chase Clark. Individually nnd n ex
ecutor of the last will and testament of Kllen l
I Incnin. deceased: Mary ior Marlei LouSe Fos
ter Charles J. Kraft, Individually ond a executor
of the list will and testament of I'.llM C. Kraft,
do cased, and .ill persons claiming or ilcrlilug
my Interest from or Ibrouith the said Charles
J Kraft In the estate or Udwnrd F. Chase, de
ce.iM'd. by atft, grant, asslgnincnt. will, trsla
ment, descent, succession. Judgment, decree,
marriage, opcrollon of law or oihcrwlM?, and
ucir irsonai represeniauves, inc name nun
residence of such persons being unknowu to
1 the plaintiffs: Florence L. I'.avmond: Raymond
Maxwell Kddy; Lora Chase F.ddy and Helen
Ulntlnw Krtdy. Defendants. SUMMONS Trial
desired la Ibe Couniv of New York.
1 To the nboxe-named Defendants'
I OU ARi: nmiMHY St MMONKD to answer
1 the complaint In thl an Inn, aril to ere a copy
. of your answer on the plaintiff' attorney within
twenty da after the er1re of thl summons.
,exclulve of the day of service; and in case' of
' -mir C.llii.e in anneav nn:er lri,m.l ..Ill
be taken against you by default for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
Dated July 17. 191.
RnOHCK K. CONF.Y. Plalntllta' Attorney Offlce
and Post Office Address, 100 Uroadway, New
To the ilcfrndani Franklin Chase Clark, In
rilMdiislly and a etecutor of the last will and
testament of r.llcn II, Lincoln, deceased, Charles
J Kraft. Indlvtdul!y and as executor of the last
will and testament of r.llrn C. Kraft, dc.t iscd,
and all persons claiming or deriving an Interest
from or through the said Charle J Kiaft In iho
etie of Udw-anl I thac. deceased. b clf,
gram, assignment, will, testament, descent. m -cession,
Judgment, decree, mirrlapr, otierailort
if law. or otherwise, and their iHTsinial reprc
scntattxes. the names and resiliences of such
la'rsons being unknown to the plnlntl!!. Florence
l llaymond; Raymond Maxwell IMdj ; laira
Chase tddy and Helen w Inslow i:dd Tne fore
going suininons I served urou ou by publica
tion pursuant to an order of Hon rugen- A.
I'i'.llbln, n Jusilcr of the Supreme Court of th"
State of New York, dated July 24. 1013.
and filed with the complaint on that clm
In the office of the Clerk of the County of New
York, at the County Court House, In the City
of New York.
(iroitcr p. coniiy.
SF.ALF.D RIDS will be received by the Hoard
of Wnter Supply, at Us ofrlces, seventh Poor. 16"
Ilroaitway, New York, until II A. M. on Tuesday.
Sepicii.tar ?. ion. for Contract 56. for installing
a IIYDHO-Kl.ircTltIC 11)llt KtjUIPMK.vr,
approximately 210 K. W, capacity, al the Uiwcr
liaie and Screen chambers of Astiok.in rcfcoolr
In Ihe town of Olive. Ulster County, New InrU.
Al Ihe above place and time tho bids will be
fmblicly opened and read. Pamphlets containing
nformatlun for bidders and contract drawings
can he obtained at the aboe address hy dciswit
Ing Ihe sum nf ten dollars if lot for each pamphlet.
1 or further particulars m' Infomjillon foi Uid-
CIIARI.r.S STPAUSS. President.
CH MILKS N. CHMIWICK,
JOHN F. (1AI.VIN.
Commlsslonei of the Board of
JOSI'PII P MOHttlSSr.Y. Sec-reiar
LOST, rOl'NII AND lll:WAIIIIs,
LOST O' Tuesilaj, August ft. near Second
Slreii and Su-ond Ave . clllcnslilp piper in uic
mil lo D hliaplro. HV. Ivt Ilstli st. If found
please return in Ihe alie
A Conaructton Cs, owners and contrac
FORT WASHINGTON AV. n w cor l2d st,
100x100 Kast Sid Iron Works agt
llllllard Construction Co. Inc, owner: Fin
rock Iron Works, contractor 147.60
SAMK ritOPRRTY Same agt llllllard Con
struction Co. owner and contractor. ,. .1116
ITH ST. 17 K 7.ucker A Wllner vs Alice
Neteltas, owner; Samuel Augenbllck Co.
39TII ST. 346 E Isaac Oondman vs Peter,
Chnrlea nnd Frederick J Doelpcr, etr..
owners; John Sullivan, contractor .. .112
SOTII ST, 246 17 Isaac Ooodmnn v pctrr
and Charle Doelger and Freitei-k .1
Feiierhnch, exrs, owners, John Sullha---.
contractor . ... ... 116,7.-;
S0TII ST, 213 R.-Waao (ioodman
same . .... ... 112
126TH ST 215 to 263 W R Kotrhen Iron
Works a Stumpf A Langhoff Co. owi.er.
Security Construction Co, contrac
TEXAS CO. HAS A O00D YEAR.
P.arnlnga 4 re l'inlrnlent tn 24.7 I'er
Tenl. on Ita Slock.
The extraordinarily good showing of the
Texas Company In reporting net o.iniliius
for th year ended Juno 30, cijiilvalont tn
24.7 per cent, on Ita stuck, against s Di
per cent. In tho year before, sent thr
stock up with a bound yestenlay. It
gained 4' points lo 123 - from the closo
of the day before). Last xmi-K the stiulc
was se'llltig ariiund 1 145. Vcsterday's prlro
xv.is within ni of the lilcli nf th" jvitr.
dross earnings for Hit) year worn f2.
RS2.S6I, ngalnst Stl.SSii.nil tho jc-ar In
fore. Not eiirnlngs were l2,0,2l!i,
ngalnst 3, 4.13, 249. Tho earnings avail
able for dividends wero $C,fif.:t,123, ngnlnst
$2,203,SS2 the year before. The surplus
carried to general account was 15,043,12.1.
ngnlnst $c.13,2S2 tho previous year. The
amount cliurge'd tn icscrve fur sinking
fund this yonr wim $n, 381, 09.1, as com
pared with l,2:fl,3ii7 the year licfnre.
Movements nf Nnvnl Vessels,
WASIIINC.TON, Xug. II The collier
Hannlb.il baa arrived nt Norlh Itlier, New
York illy; the eolltei; Cugou at lonn Istiind,
N. V.i the collier Cellln at Newport and the
gunboat Samar st Kluklang.
Ths tug Osceola has sailed from (luan.
tauamo (or Key WssL
Wnsliinprton Predictions for To
dny nnd To-morrow.
I'or eastern Sew York, fair In
north, nnaetlled and allghtl? warm
er In annth portion tn-dayi lo-mor-rorr,
fain llaht to moderate south
Tor New Jersey, unsettled; probably local
showers to-day snd to-morrow; light to
mo.lcrate nrlable winds.
For New Knglnnd, generally fair to-day
and to-morrow; light to moderate southeast
For western New York, generally fair to
day and to-morrow; light variable wlnda.
NIIW YORK, Aug. 14. --The prc.aiire was
high yesterday oer the eastern hnlf of ths
country nnd the Oulf States, with centres
over Michigan, Alabama and off the New
Low pressure prevailed throughout Ilia
West, hut was without any definite storm
There waa no general eontlnuoi rain but
showers occurred enst of the Mississippi
River in the Oulf Slatea. the central ar.d
northern sections and at scattered points
In the Northnest,
It was tooler at a few point In ths
Northwest and generally a little nanm-r
elsewhere and much warmer In northern
New York nnd parla of New Knclaml.
In this city tho day was ilnudy and
showery; slightly warmer; wind, flesh
southeast; nemge humidity, 72 per tent.;
barometer. cnrreted lo read lo sen Isvel,
.it S A. M.. 30.16; 3 P. M.. 30.11.
'Hie tempeinlure In this city yeterdiy, a re
corded by the official thcrtnoinettr. Is shown in
the annexed tab'e
lul.1. IP12. HH. 11)1 J.
n a. M Mi sn ' a P. M 7 s2'
12 M 71 S.V, P. M St
3 P M llli' M'l2 Mhl ? 7
inchest trmprrattirc, 7 1. at 12 noon.
XIINIAl L'lli: ALMANAC.
AM' I'll AM
Sunrises .. ,vo.VSunset. fi ; Mi-en rt 2."f
RKill WATKH THIS DAY.
AMI PM, AM
SandyHook. (;ov.lland. co! Hell (Isle. -.0
LOW WATKIl THIS DAY.
AU, AU AU
Sandy Hook. 11:4 Rov lsland12 2l Hell (Isle ..21
Arrtred "WnilNESD AY, August 13.
Ss Oceanic, 12 2S P. M., Souihampten, August.
S Main, 3.1(1 P. M., lire men. August 2
Ss Vemiihlan. c, p. .M., Manchesirr. August 2.
SsTonawanda, 1130 A. M., Llxrrpuol, July 2S.
SsTagus. 3;1S A. M.. Kingston. Align! 7.
hs Print Au.'ust Wllbelm, 1:40 A. M., Klngslos,
Ss Mararaa, 7 P. M.. Trinidad, August .".
S Titian, S P. M, narbados. August 7
s Lake Msnltoba, 3 40 1". M., Xlontreal, Migntt
S Matanra. a SO A. M . Havana, August s.
S Kl Din, (ialieston, August 7.
S Mohawk. Jacksonxllle, August 10
S Kin Crande, Hrtinswlck, August 10,
Sa Mae. Fernandlna, Atigut a
S Kingston, Philadelphia. August 12.
S Jefferson. Norfolk. August 12.
S Pawnee. Philadelphia, Augu't 12.
ARRIVni) FROSr.SF.W YORK
S Gothland, at Antwerp.
Ss Campania, at Liverpool.
S Vnlturiio. at Rotterdam.
SAIIX!) FoirNr.W YOUK.
Ss Olympic, from Southampton.
Ss Kaiser Wllhrlm 1 1.. fromCherbenrg.
Ss Kuropa. from Naples.
MorreCtstle, Havana 10 on A U
Alblngla.Hayll I 00 P M
United Slates, Copenhagen
City of Montgomery, Sa-
New York. Southampton SJiiA l
Nlckerle, llarlmdos. 113d 4. t
Austrian Prince, lllo Janeiro 12 on M
Jelling, (iuaiitauauio ... . .
Mohawk, Norfolk... .
Princess Anne. Norfolk
Sail Saturday, tucust IS
1 i P M
4 ll P M
12 on M
2 Oi P M
11 On A M
3 00 P M
3 on p M
.1 III P vt
2 no P M
-l U !
Kl P M
1" no W
I IV I' M
:.in u M
Occmlc Soulhampton. a so AM
12 nn i
11 oi v M
II in M
11 nil t
12 no II
12 il Kl
I Kl I' M
; ii p m
10 .'il M
II Kl A 11
PI l,l M
3KI P M
11 Kl X M
I'rlnress Irene, (iltirnllar
7 .To A SI
s ll A M
von A i
' 1 1 on K M
' ori'iava. iiermtuia.
I anova, llahla
' Santiago. Tiunplco
i San Juan. San Juan .
Prior. ticust Wllhelm
rinl-ind. Antwerp . .
Ilochatnhean. 11j re .
Ta-irmtna. (iruoi ..
S V l.ucUenli irh Sn Juan
Arapahoe. J icksornllle
12 ki y
I ll p
1 Kl P
I Kl P
I City of All una. Snv.llinab.
1 Momus. New Orleans
lllo (irande. Iiriinswlok
111 Occldcnic, d&Hcstfiu
1J Kl l
:i oi p
3 Ki p
. . Pallas .. ..
. .lilbr.iliiir... .
. . Algiers
,. ..New Orleans
. .Inel,s(,r,lir .
fa i p.tthla.. .
acapa. . ..
X L 12
Celtic I lci .u il... a 7
Urledrlch der (irosse Hrcincn. , ig -,
I rain e . . Ilav i r ig n
Xlauretaiila... .I.lirrpool Xin- 9
Canada Palcrnni Xiu 3
Prrtoila Hamburg. Xuy 2
I'spcrana Ilaxona . . . X ic '2
ll.iynmo liunntanati'o .. Xug s
.una... I. a (iuavra... Aug. I
Oulvia St. I bon a . Aug III
J'l Valle Oalxesiou .. Aug.
City of Atlanta.. saxnnii.ih... Aug. I:
Santa Lucia Barbados . Aug. 1
Due Saturday, August 11.
St. Paul Southampton Aur. t
Amerlka Hamburg. Aug. 7
Vestrl Marhado . , Aug. 10
ITlns Wlllem I Hayll Aug. II
Ancon crlsinbal ..Aug.
Apache lackMinvllle, .Aug, l.'l
Santiago (ialxesion. .Aug. 0
By Wireless laconalng Vessels.
SsSiephano. 21 miles east of .Sandy Hook nt
J I A M jestrrday.
Ss c aineinni.i, 1,1.7) miles east of Sandy Hook
at Viu P M
ss I'rlrdrlcli ilcr firose. din miles east of Sanily
llnoU nt it .'.ii P M
Ss Celtic, ""-il miles east of Sandy llook at 7 VO
Sstllv nf Atlama. Saxantiah, 50 ml'.es south
we st of lilamoiid Slioalsnt 4 P, M.
hs I'I Munilii, Cilxrslon, 241 miles southeast ef
(i.ilvcstou H'ir at noon,
Si re'iilc. .Sew Orleans, 24 miles southeast Of
Mississippi ll.ii at 7 P. M.
Ss Yesia, Sabine, 130 mll east of Sabine Par
nl 7 A. M
Ss i:sci.inra, Haxana, 425 mllea north of
Havana at noon.
Ss 1:1 X'nlle, O ilvralon, 50.' mile a south of Sandy
Ss Xr.ipahoe, Jacksonville, 12 miles south of
Samlx llook al 7 P. M.
S Coimis, New Orleans, 21ft mile south of
Sand iy Ilookat noon.
Ss Advance, Crlstcb.il, IRS miles south of Sandy
llook at noon,
SsOrniaxa, Rermuda, 312 mile souiheast of
Sandv ilookat noon.
Ss.ae-npn, Santa Marta, 251 mile south of
S.i inly Honk nl 7 I'. M,
Army nnd Navy llrdrrs,
WASIIINOTON, Aug. 13 -These army
orders were Isueil to-rlnvl
Cnpt, J Or.iy. Coast Artillery, detailed
aa member ox.iinlnlnn board nt Fort Monroe,
vice Major A ll.iiiilllon. Coast Artlllerv.
Cap! 11. .1 H Mi'lllgln, Coast Artillery,
previous order iiiiicnde'd, lo Fort leaven
worth, Seplnuiber 1,
These nivy orders were Issued'
Passed Asslsiont Siirgcnn (I. W. Shepird,
from naxnl liosplnil, I'uget Sound, tn Olaeler
sstiiul Sin simiii I' ipukIii Meiilinl
Reservo Corps n n.iiil ln)..ital, eiv York,
I.leui cm H I'ullcr, .Xl.irlne Corps,
fiinii Plilladelplila luiriiicks tn Anny War
Capi c. T. Wcsteoti. from Annapolis
luriai.k to the Maryland,
Second l.leul A. .XI. Jones, Marine Corpa,
from (luniit.inamo barracks to marln bar-'
tiicks, New York.