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, AX1EJ OUll) S3tlKJlMSn.t IfayjKiSnDUR, 17, Ai7AXJ.
POLICE CALL HEAR
IN ESTIMATE BOARD
jfnwir MHcIipI Tlirentons to
Semi for Hcscrves to '
Ql'KKNS STARTS WOW
Ea-. mill West SidcH Arctic
such tunoar developed at the session
f the Hoard of Kstlmnte yesterday thnt
Major .Mltohcl threatened to call the po
lice to clc-ir the room of tho disturber.
There w.m something lively doing from
the time tho .Mayor opened the meeting
until lie tlocd It with a crash of his
lel, niljntirnlng the (uellon.i at Issue.
The firework, started when n large
felrgatloii ot tnxpacr from Queen
itnrtnel tho clumber to protest paying
any assessment toward the construction
ef nock.iway Ilnulcvard from the Brook
lyn city Hue to the llockaways. It will
Maurice f'onnolly, President of Queens,
tserteil that Inasmuch as the proposed
boulevard would lie a main artery of
travel from Urooklyn to Rookaway and
l through trnftlc street the city should
r,v all coits.
"How much will this boulevard bene
ft (Jurcn borough?' 'i quired Frank
ponllng, President of the. Hoard of Aldermen.
"Nut a penny;' snouted Jonn i.eicn
f the Woodhnven civic Association.
11,000,000 IN RADIUM MADE.
Federal nurrau of Mines llaa mn
Washington, Dec. 8. ManuMctuic of
nullum worth more than $1,000,000, a
saving of more than J20.000.000 worth
of natural Ran In tho Hlackwell Held of
Oklahnmtl, manufacture of gasolene, at n
cost of six cents u gallon, development
of an electrical furnace which promises
to wipe out losses of 110,000,000 a year
In the melting of brass and tho saving
of many lives through the promotion of
scientific mining methods are among the
achievements of tho Federal llureau of
Mines outlined tn-dny n the annual re
port of tho director, Van II. Manning.
Tho manufacture of radium was ac
complished In cooperation with tho Na
tional Iladlum institute, which furnished
capital of $300,000 necessary to develop
an economical method of extracting the
precious metal from the caruotlte ores
of the West.
N.Y. NOT SO MUCH
TO OHIO PRIZE KIDS
Corn, Pift Cnlf nml Tea Cham
pions Fail to Get
OIKLS IX THE PARTY
MORE BIG CONCERNS
Charles H. .Jones & Co. to (live
Employees 50 Per Cent,
of Year's Pay.
The bonus ryetcm, as n mssr.s of aid
ing t: elr employees to combat Increased
living costs over the holiday period, Is
finding favor with a number of large con
cerns, and several more jesterday an
nounced plans for the participation of
their employees In tho profits. Announce
ments were made by tho National Surety
Company, the Harrlman National Hank,
the Metropolitan Trust Company and
Charles H. Jones & Co, of New York. A
similar announcement was made by the
Corn Products Company In Chicago.
Alinroxlmntelv ftOO emnlovees of the
I National Surety Company will benefit by
"If the iieonle of Queens don't want bonus system announced by Recru
it then the city does not want It," re- tnry Herbert J. Hewitt. Those employees
plied President Howling. who receive $200 or less a month and
This brought a roar of approval from who have been In the company' service
the (lucen.s delegation, which caused the i six months or tnoro will receive an add!
Mnvnr nearly to break his gavel trying tlon.il IS per cent. In their salary cn-
Prtticonted Farmers Hoc
Fields With tho Best
Halidon Court, at 153d Street,
Honglit by Wm. Grant, Owner
of 150th St. Comer.
INDIAN PHARMACY SOLD
Columbia Club to Go to 43d
Street Costly Properties
in restore order. When the Mayor In
quired If the Queens people were willing
tn pay a partial assessment an em
phatic "no" was he answer. Then a
memlicr of the delegation shouted that
the road would only benefit automobiles,
and during the excitement a man
limbed on a seat and yelled :
Call for Untiles.
"We don't want automobiles, we want
This Marled some more noise, and the
Manr announced that unless ;thlngs
qu'eted down he would summon the po
lice. After considerable more wrangling
It was decided to lay the matter over
for four weeks, during which time the
Board of Kstlmnte will take It up In
vclopes. Those who hnxo been In the
company service less than six months
will receive nn additional 10 per cent.
Payments are to be retroactive, to cover
tho months of October lund November.
Tho Harrlman National Hank an
nounced that It will distribute a percent
age of Its year's earnings to Its working
force. Kmployces of tho senior grade and has u face like tho prophet Jero-
Maximilian Jones. 10 years old, stocd
at the tall end of the ferryboat Brooklyn
yesterday while It churned down nutter
milk rhannel. He wys one of the Korn
Fed Kids of Ohio. Ho had raised En
much corn on his plot of ground that
tho State of Ohio paid J25 to let him
take a peck at tho wonders of New York
along with 424 other prlxe winners.
Maximilian had been around the flat
tery, past the navy yard, whero battle
ships and torpedo boats lay, had
glimpsed at the Woolworth Hulldlng
and was then splashing past the Hronl..
lyn docks, where big freight boats wero
being laden with war supplies for Kti
ropc. And Maximilian had stood rx.pt
In deep thought nt thn end of tho boat
for at least fifteen mlnu'cs, the lomt'st
tlmo he had stayed In oim place since ho
arrived In New York. me went up to
hlm.wlth some trepidation.
"Well, son, what do you think of
Ills round, sober countenance turned
to Ills ipjestloncr and the accumulated
wisdom of ages seemed to rest In h's
"I wonder If that water's too cold for
swlminln'," he said.
e)liixs-etl .' Appreciation,
One backed nway from .Mnxlmlll'ii
and decided that the young wero frivo
lous. They did not show the proper ap
preciation of the wonders of the model n
llabylon which were being spreail out be
fore them. The venerable figure of i!.
(!. Thomas, one of tlie pioneer fanners of
Ohio, caught the "e, and one rti'heil
over to him for an nntldotu to Maxi
milian. Mr. Thomas Is ft yeais old
The position which upper Broadway
apartment houses are held In by Inves
tors was reflected yesterday In the pur
chase of Halidon Court, at the south
west corner of Broadway and 1113 1
street, by William Grant, who not more
than a year ago bought a similar house
at the southwest corner of Broadway
and 130th street. Mr. Grant bought
Halidon Court from the Hanover Mort
gage Company, which acquired It last
December, and has since been holding
the property for sale at $320,000, Tko
building Is six stories high, fronting 0!)
feet on Broadway and 150 feet on the
street. Tho street frontage Is aenss
from Trinity Cemetery. The house wes
built In 1909 by Morris L:ln. Mr. Grant
gave as part of the purchase price n
three story business building ut 2aS
Main street. Danbury, Conn., which l.t
valued at $30,000. I.. F. Hall negotl
ated the pale.
are to receive IB per cent, of their snla
rles for the year as n bonus, and em
ployees of the junior grade wilt get
bonuses ranging from 11 to 14 per cent.,
based on their terms of service.
Charles H. Jones & Co., Investment
bankers, announced that n bonus equal to
r.O per cent, of the amount of the salary
paid during 1916 will be given each em
ployee. Tim Com Produce 'omoany of Chl-
But the troubles or the noarci were ,,.,,. announced n ral In wages of l .
net over by any means. Next was t!v
question of extending the surface cor
tracks of the Eighty-sixth street cross
town line from Central Park West to
Broadway. This line runs from Lox
Initon avenue through Central Park to
Central Park West. The residents on
the east side of the park want the tracks
extended to Broudway, while the wot
side residents nre bitterly opposed to
any such Idea.
A motion to adjourn was about to bit
Bade when Marcus M. Marks suggested
the construction of a tunnel under High-ty-slxlh
street to Broadway to carry t'ie
tracks. This tunnel, he stated, might lit
later years bo utilized to connect tbo
Broadway subway with the Lexington
avenue subway, and later on perhaps ba
extended across the Knst Itlver to con
sect with other transportation lints
through Queens and Brooklyn to Coney
bland. This, he maintained, would re
duce congestion In the subway now run
ning tn Coney Island by way of lowir
Manhattan. The cost would be about
$130,000. and he thought It no more thin
right that the city should pay the cost.
Suiiir One Heine Fooled.
"It can't be done," snapped President
Bowling. "I think you aro fooling
yourself nnd other people too. Your
proposition Is illuslonary."
"The people on the Kast Side arc en
tilled to transportation, and the city
should pay for It," retorted President
Marks, while the storm clouds gathered
over the board. "Tho city Is divided hy
a ('hlnee wall, anil the pcoplo of the
Kan Side are barred from transports
"They are not barred," shot Mayor
atllchel. Jumping Into the fray with both
lM "That s all bunk."
"It's the truth." tired President Marks,
le t ie other members of the board
ot ready to go Into action
I' Is not the truth," flared the Mayor,
in luglng around to face his colleague.
p nre talking about castles In tho air.
I doi t think the people should have
false hopes held out to them. I don't
think that we should discuss things hero
that we could not give the people If we
anted to and If we wanted to. we
Tlie Manhattan President s hat was
toned vigorously Into the ring and he
tolluncd It with a bound.
oiiipirolli r Gels In It
"I dlagre with that statement In
ery respect," he shouted. "You have
no light to niuke such a statement. It
I" not the proper one."
' it h a fair nnd accurate statement,'
tame back the Mayor,
"It's entirely out of order. I "
imptroller Prendergast at this point
arpearod on the firing line and reminded
Mr Murks that while his waa a noble
tnilment the city Is very cloe to Its
horrolng capacity nnd couldn't even
think of such a thlng'ns he proposed.
I", we neml ii court house more than
I spoliation?" cried Mr. Marks, sub-
ll'tit ng sarcasm for nole,
"ll.nl )ou not voted, Mr. Maiks, for
til" purchase of an additional $ri,000,00i
fii .if land besides the $6,000,000
Hie city had already acquired the
IS3iOon for this tunnel might have been
am i.iii.c, Hlumbanged the Comptroller.
There were others besides me," de-f'l'ii-d
Mr .Marks. "I don't ki.ow why
tn i klimiid point to me. I "
T ig hud gone far enough, however.
i l 'ho m with a bang of his gavel
n o meed 'nut the hoard would hold
te i itier up to give tho West arid Kast
fill' ...HlciitH one more chance to get
t'iu."urr and try to effect a compromise.
indent relief the board then ad-
per cent. Karller In the year wages were
advanced 10 per cent. Thirteen hun
dred employees are affected.
The Metropolitan Trust Company this
year will give a 10 per cent, bonus based
cm the yearly salaries. Instead of Itn cus
tnmarv 6 ner cent.
Employees of the 1- lrst National iibiik
of Brooklyn nre to get a bonus of in'
per cent, or tneir annual saiar; mi
Christmas. Last year they got
I.MM.t.V imi'U STOUK 90I.D.
The "Indian Uriig Store." nt 61 Kast
Broadway since IMS and famous not
only on the Kast Side but throughout the
city for the sale of herbs, has been sold
Tin- landmark has been bought by the
liroailway-John Ktrect Corporation, II
A. Cohen, president. The Kast Broad
way building Is five stories high, oc
cupying .1 lot 23.2x68.1, adjoining the
southwest corner of Market street, and
facing Manhattan Bridge. It Is to b.'
extensively remodelled and the lower por
tion occupied by a cloak concern.
place la near the estates of J. H. White-
house, Mrs, Isaac Stern, C. IL Matheaon
and Daniel need. The property was held
at $70,000, and It Is the new owner's In
tention to make extensive Improvements.
NEWATIK KITE FOR DWELLING.
Louis Bchleslnger hag sold a plot S0x
11f at 100 Rose Terrace to Arthur
Samuels. The National Realty Con
struction Company will build a two
family dwelling with garages on the site
ow.vkh or esD street house.
Kdward C. Elv Is the buyer of the
dwelling at 170 East Sixty-third street,
sold recently by Patrick McMorrow
through E. K. Van Winkle. He will oc
cupy the house.
NEW PLAT FOR CHELSEA.
On the .19,4x100 foot site at the north
east corner of Ninth avenue and Fif
teenth street a. six story tenement will
be erected by M, O. Down and P. J.
Molloy at a cost of $30,000. 1. Erda Is
NEW BRONX FLATS PLANNED.
Two plota, 53.2x102 and 76x90, at the
northwest corner of University avenue
. .,. a 1,1 l- - I ..I M.I1U
ru. i, , .Z7 Ei la PHoi-KllTV-Jno L 6'llera. to Aug
1???",0T aPa,r,ment noUJ,,': L?" nd Pauline II Metlier. 141 B !lat at.
(With nam and addrais of lendtr and
attorney. If attorney's nams la omitted
address party of the first part.)
(South of Fourteenth street.)
STANTON ST, s s, 1J5 Wlltelt at, xjt.
Jacob Uross to Benl Fadsn, S01 B lSlh
at, mtg S7,tro, July 27; atty, S O Lit
win, 231 Ilway '.',,(?
ITH ST, i i 100 I 2d av, 2SX17.6 Jno J
Tynan to Kast 4th St malty Corpn, 12.
14 E 46th at, Do 7 atty, Milton Mayer,
120 Bway ,.V.V
ITH AV. w cor 11th at, runs w
140.x s to.lx e 16S.7 to t x n . to
begin Jno J Tynan to Kait 4th St
ltalty Corpn. 12 K 46th at, mtg $115,000.
lire 7; atty, Mliton Mayer, 120 Hway...fl
I2TII ST, 60S 11, J7.6xl0J.J-Janet Gold
stein tu Ilenl Faden. 504 K 12th t. mtg
I57.00O. all liens. July 27i atty 8 O Lit
win, 2.12 llxav y',,0
1JTH ST, 620-5S2 K, 60x101.1 Max Deaun
iler lo 520-22 12 Uth St Ileally Co. on
premises, all Ilns, Sept 20! atty, Chaj
l.lebllng, 122 Nassau st I1
(Kail of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
and 110th strteta.)
2IST ST. 241 E. J0x2 Oao A Malatar ' to
Aug Melsger, 144 K 21st at, mtg H6.000.
Nov I. lll; attys, U'ltara Bros. 2571
Webster av U,,.t
SAMi: 1'ltOl'KRTY Aug Metager to Jno 1,
O'llara. 294 nedfora I'ark Boulevard.
mtg 11.600. Nov 24: attia. ame....io
$120,000 each. Pinna were filed yester
day by William M. Moor, aa owner.
Bommerfeld & Stecklcr aro the architects.
floor at Jl and 33 West Thirty-first
street to Levy & Frankel ; seventh floor
at 37 to 43 West Twentieth street to
Jacob M, Silverman, and the eleventh
floor at CO to 54 West Seventeenth street
to tho R & W. Clonk and Suit Company.
Boy Bcherlck has leased tho fifth flour
In 313-321 Fourth avenue, corner of
Twenty-fourth street, Ashland Building,
to Carl Uutmnnn Co., Importers and
dealers In Hwlss underwear, who have
been for many years on Twenty-first
street : nlso leased fourth floor In 890
SD4 Broadway, corner of Nineteenth
street, to Z.ihner A Schclss, Importers of
embroideries and white goods.
Samuel II. Martin has leased the upper
part of the building at the northwest
corner of Broadway and Sixty-seventh
street to Peter Bolupolos for a term of
He 11 a: Stern have leasea at ii:-t(
Madison avenue, southwest corner of
Thirtieth street, the eleventh floor to the
Nathan Horwlu Company, ror a long
term of years at a total rental or $J&,oiv.
I.nnnti hv .ntlrfttvt attvs. same SI
24TI1 ST, 112 K. ll.txtl.tl 24th St, 114 B.
U.sxM.J; 24th st, 116 E. lMx.
Michael J Lavelle to the Church of Bt
Mh..ti.n ii9 v ai.fti .r. All llsna. Dee
' 5j attys, Olllaspla A O'C. 20 Vosey at...$t
I 52D ST. JI4-J16 E. 24x100.5 By 8 Burger
BUSINESS SPACE LEASED,
L. Hess hava leased the fourth I to 314 East 62.1 St Co, 154 Nassau at.
21 and 33 West Thirty-first' I3M0O. nil llsns. Dec .; ".
MILLION LEFT TO CHARITY.
CAPT. STRAUSS OOES TO SEA.
thief of Ordiiiiner ChanKeil nt Ills
On ii Itenneat.
W n sf.TON', Dec. S. Cupt, Jo'.in
. for lime years chief of the
"i ohIiihiici; bureau, with rank of
Ite ' Admiral, has been relieved of that
ai Ins utwi request so that he may
' m He probably will bo as
, in coitini mil one of the new
" , ightM Secretary Daniels no
'"! In the leqiiust hecatlke Capt,
0 s. wlin l the navy's principal onl
' ex,, fit, Iihm been kept ashoro ko
1 ' ' iMHly lli.it he Is short of the sea
i" - i curd lequlied for advancement
n nev selection system of pro
i, -iiaui-s was appointed chief of
i' lOKI I'nder hi dlreeiln.i
I ix deyiKiieil Hie largest gun
jr. u il fur n.i ii I use the 111
aliluc wr i pun tu be used nn
Hal ships authorised for the com
C s ear.
Appralsnl shorn Miss Mnrlha II.
Andrrsr Hnil 91,180,001.
The appraisal of the eMnte of Miss
Martha H. Andrew, filed yesterday,
showed that when she died on February
19 lit, she left property worth $I,1H0,-
901. In her will she cut off nil her rela
tives, even to tho remotest degree, nnd
left tho bulk of her estate to charity.
Tho principal Institutions which bene
Y. W. C. A.. New York kln anil
Cancer Hospital, New York State l-.x-ecutlve
Committee, Y. M. C. A.. Chil
dren's Aid Society. Association for Im
proving the Condition of the Poor, Pres-
bvter an Board or Foreign .Mission",
Tuskcgee Institute and Hampton Insti
tute. They received jsn.ou" eacn,
INDIA HOUSE CELEBRATES.
Mm F.llKBBnl In l-oreln Trnile
Hear Tariff Tll at I.onclieon.
In celebration of the second anniver
sary of India House, the Hanover Square
club of shipowners, merchants, manu
facturers, bankers and others engaged
In foreign trade attended n luncheon
yesterday nt the clubhouse, at which
Important leaders of Industry sang with
gusto a long list of popular sea songs
and chanteys. Afterward thero was a
ir.iilon on the tariff. In which James
A. Farrell. president of the club; Wll
lard Straight. W. S. Kles. II. C. Lewla,
M. A. Oudln, Welding King and others
As a result s. committee of five was
appointed to Inquire Into tho tariff
system and report next February on
measures It deems necessary to equip
the tariff, whatever its underlying prin
ciples, with adequate resources for the
envouraRcment of the foreign trade of
the country, and the protection of that
trade from undue, discrimination In the
.markets of the world.
ARMY 34,000 MEN SHORT.
;in,Uli:t Hermits Accepted In tear
ml i:i:t,000 Appllcnnts.
Wasiiinutos, Dec. R. According to
the annual report of Brlg.-Hen. H. P.
McCain, Adjutant-fleneral of the army,
the total number of accepted applicants
for enlistment during tin last fiscal year
was 30,983 out of u total of 133,000 who
applied to enlHt. The regular army
was 17K commissioned oftlcers and 2.'..
SSIi men short of Its authorized strength
lune 3". last and the next day more
than 31.000 men under tho new au
thorization, Tho leport shows that the total au
thorized strength for all branches of the
service on a peace footing during the
present year In 1S,S0? men and 7,2.12
nftlccrs, while the actual strength on
June 30 was 107,611 olllcers and men,
COURT REINSTATES GROUT.
Former City Ciiiiiplrollrr Permitted
to Prncllse Aunlu.
Fdward M. flrout, twice Comptroller
of the city and once. Borough President
of Brooklyn, wuh reinstated yesterday
us a mcmbei of tlm bar by order of the
ppellali Division, which recently re-
VCISell HIS COnVICllllll IUI I'vijhi; 111 vn-
nectlon with thu second collapse of the
Union Bank of Brooklyn, of which he
wh reorganization president.
1,1 lextlfvlng In his own behalf at thn
trial Mr. tirout said that his Inconio as
a member of the bar hud been $45,000
a year before he litv.tmo a bank presl
itnit, but had fallen ofT materially there
after. See, llnnatrlt liolim tn llnyll.
WaWIINIitoK, lei , -Assistant Sec
relary of the Navy lloosrvell contem
pinion making a Hip I" Hnnto Domingo,
lliytl, and (iiiiiiitHiiamn ncxi .leiiu.iiw
U will hi' a trip "f Invei'iloii, Mr.
Itm'iexrll expects to be .iiciimp.iiilcil by
John A, Mcllhcuuy. president of tho
Civil tSorvtoa Commlsilon,
mlali. His beard leaches far down Ms
chest. Dignity and wisdom radiated
from li 1 111 as he leaned on his cane and
looked long nt the shore of upper Man
hattan, where the apartment houses
rise tier on tier from the river froi t.
Hero nt last was one to get the ciyp
tic phrase that would express the feel
ing of these s'mple back countrymen ns
they rnnfrnnlcd the degenerate elegance
of Manhattan. Out of the mouth of :.
(I. Thomas would come words with
which one could lush back to the ottlce
and paralyze a city editor.
".Mr. Thomas." one began diffidently,
"What do you think of New York?"
The sage turned a fnrseelng eye upon
his questioner. He seemed to be seeking
tho answer lo tho great problems of the
age. One trembled In apprehension.
"Say." be snld, his voice rumbling
from his whiskers, "Do you know how
many Congressmen there ate In this
His modest lntervhwer crept away In
despair. He didn't know how many
Congressmen thero were In this Island.
Ha didn't eveai dare guess. He sought
out one of ludeterinlnato npe and hope
lessly intern! Into 11 discussion on corn
raising. As lie talked the unobtrusive
nest of this fnrnicr's personality became
more and mole Impressed upmi Mm. He.
was a man of sense, lie would iespond
tn thu thrill of the city if the thrill were
propet ly applied, The boat was passing
the battleship Kentucky.
"See the battleship, the teporter said
to him. "Don't we those often out In
Ohio, do ym?"
"Why. these kids have done more for
the corn crop. Uist ear "
"Hut look nt the battleship. What do
you think of It?"
"Oh, es. I ued to go on them when
I first went down to my winter place nt
Key West. The Inside of a submarine
Is Interesting. Isn't It? As I was saying,
the corn crop "
The water was only twenty feet down,
hut one gathered the Impression that
nobody on the boat would cam much If
one Jumped or not. Not even that would
stir them from their complacent attitude
toward the great city. Of course New
York is all right, and everboc!y has
treated them well, and nil that, but Is
the water cold, how many Congressmen,
winter home nt Key We-t. Help' Where
Is the slmvte countryman?
COI.I.K4SK MUX TAKE HOTEL.
Columbia University Club members
hnc voted unanimously to purchase the
Hotel Benalssance leasehold at 4 to 14
West Forty-third street for n new club
house. The clubhouse will have seven
floors, with 111 bedroom". The seventh
floor will bo g,en over to squash courts,
a gymnasium and similar purposes. The
purchase was made at $6r,,oio from the
estate of David 11. King, Jr., who took u
twenty year lease of the proiieity from
the Gerry estate In 1903. This also
carried a renewal privilege for twenty
Derrry Snmr Corn (irntver.
There w-ns Dewey Hanes, the cham
pion corn grower of Ohio. Dewey Is 19
years old and has been champion three
years, ever sln,ce the State gave prizes.
The average corn yield per acre Is 30
bushels. Dewey got 137.S bushels an
acre. How docs he do It?
"Oh. I used fertilizer. Of course that
handicaps me," en hi Dewey, "but I take
the handicap and nnd 11 pays, ueiiew
me. the soil Is the thing."
And Dewey Is only li years old!
And Ithodapearl llayha of Clermont
county, the gill wonder, grow 121
bushels on her acre of ground, nnd
"hoy, sho did that with a hoe" Oh,
fJhodapearl! Then there Is l.oretha
Potter of Buggies Centre, Ashland
county. Loretha Is 10, but she baked
better bread than any of thoni girls In
tho domestic science schools, and so
Loretha got a prtro trip.
There was Lewis Wallace, Hie chani
nlon nie raiser, and Carl Wholey, the
champion calf raiser, and Audio John
son, the champion pea lalser, and nil '
the other ih.implons. not to speak of
Kllle Singer of Buggies Centre, and 1' . .
London cadet band, and Bill Duff, the)
founder of the Johnny Applesesd Ass.ici- j
atlon, and all lib' otner persons wno uiu
F.VA.VH LOSES ANOTIIIIll LOFT.
William T. Kvans. head of Mills &
llbb, lost unother of his tealty holdings
esterday, the twelve story loft building
at the southwest corner of Fourth ave
nue and Twentieth street, on a plot
I00.S7x Irregular. The properly wa
sold at auction to Joseph M. HartrleM of
White A Case, who gav? as the buyer
II. II. .Mm tin. The price was $09,000
over prior liens. The purchase Is under
stood to have been made In behalf of In
terested partle". The property was sold
to satisfy a third mortgage, which with
interest amounted to about $31,000. This
Judgment was secured against Mr.
Evans by II. T. Ottmann. There were
prior Hens of $600,000 on the building.
Itecently the twelve story structure nt
the southwest corner of Fourth avenue
and Thirty-second stieet, owned by -Mr,
Lans, was sold In foreclosure.
. W.I- I.V 3IANV SECTION'S.
i'lli:itltY STIti:i:T The Charles F
Noyes Company has sold for the Mc
Coiiulck estate thu five story store and
tenement property nt 5.1 nnd 57 Cherry
street, between Booseveli street and
James slip. The property was valued
at $21,000 and will be held by the pur
chaser as an Investment. No trade
was Involved. Tho property mcasutes
WUST 7ST11 STIIKKT Charles Sledler
has sold 10S West Seventy-eighth
street, a four utory and basement
dwelling, on lot 25x100.5, UT. feet
west of Columbus avenue. The new
nwnor gave In exchange n ieldcnce at
Mnntclalr. N. J. The A. Pnlak
Itealty Company negotiated the trans
attlnn, Si:Vi:NTH AVK.Vn: Porter A- Co
have sold for the John 11. llaskln Ks-
tales to William J. Dempsey the five
story flat with store, nn lot 19.3x100
nt 232S Seventh avenue,
WKST 137TH STItKCT Benjamin
Harris has sold for Annl B. Bitter
band to a client of Freldus Co. 9
West 137th street, a six story flat, on
WKST 137TH .STBRKT Smith & Bob
bins have sold tho dwelling, on lot
18x99.11. at 206 West 137th street for
Mortimer Menken to tho St. James
WI1ST 104TH HTREHT Lowenfeld A
Prager have sold 140 and 142 West
lOtth slreet, a five story apartment
house, on plot 52.4x101. between
Columbus nnd Amsterdam avenues,
Thlity-clgluh slreet, a three stoiy and
basement dwelling, on lot 21. 6x9. 9,
west of Third n venue. Title to the
latter property Is now held by Cornelia
ItE.VriM! IX COUNTRY SECTIONS
Hetkscher A Do Saulles have leased
the residence of Lawrenco Col felt on
Pleasant Bldgo road, Bye, to James Wil
John Crawford has rented for Mrs.
F.dmuml flullbert to Oeorgo O. May h-r
shore front propel ty nt Southport, Conn.
It consists of a modem house and six
ncres of Innd fronting about 300 feet on
Long Island Sound.
S. P. Walstruni-dordon & I'orman
have leased for William It. Boyce to
Frank K. Low of P.itersou, N, J., the
residence at 43 Hlghvvood avenue, ltldge
wood. N. J. ; fur lleorge A. Stanley to
A. D. Dickinson of Manhattan the
dwelling at 14 Kast Dayton street,
Itldgewood, N, J., and for the Smith
Singer Company to William O. Hall of
Manhattitn. the dwelling at 30 Melrose
place, Itldgewood, N. J.
lllau. 154 Nassau at M00
3D AV, w s, 75.5 a SJd at, 1.S101.: 3d
av, w . 2.t CJ.l at. I.xi0!.7xm.ji
101. Oscar C Jackie to Ella K Jackie,
150 II 5lh st. N nart. all liana. Oct 21
ndilres,, 117 n 58th st .'.'l
5STH ST, leo E, id. xl00.5 Pauline Hove-
rnann to lienry aiyra, ?j aiamion
mtg 17,000. all Hens. Deo 7i atty, II H
llnlhert. 1511 lit av t0
6ITII ST, a a, 120 w Park av, 16x100.6 Hy
II Kane, Kingston. It I, to iirenviua
Kane, Tuxrdo, N T, tt part, Nov 20!
attys, Curtis, M-P A Cult, 10 Broad
SAME rnornitTV Wm C Kan, Flush
ing. 11 of Q, to same, 1; part, .Nov zu.
attys. same $100
AVENUE A, 1S6-S. 60xl Max Cohen
and ano lo C a U ltsalty Co. IS Nassau
st. all liens, Nov 15; attys, Davla D. 4
Chambers at $100
and Int at par bend: atty, Jno A Bob
ton, 10 Maiden Ian .. $2,000
I0TB ST, JO-ll W. 7.6x$00.8, Dee I
Jatlaon Conitr Co to Title Guar & Truit
Co, 176 Bway, due and Int Jj Pr
I4TII ST. a a, 176 e Columbus av, 60.IX
102.2, Dec 140 West Uth St, Inc, to
Metropolitan Life Ins Co, 1 Madison av,
due March 1, 1122, ?.: attye, Butcher.
T A F. 1 Madison av...., $125,000
(Manhattan, north of 110th atreat.)
110TH ST, n . 60 w Park ar, 21x100.11,
Dec 7 Julia Levy to Sol Lovr, 111 Cen
tral Park W, et al, nrm Lovy, Outinan
stern, $20 Bway, duo and Int aa par
bond! attys, Levy, O B, 120 Brpsd.
116TH ST, n s, 256 w 6th av, 17.6x.ll,
Deo 7 John Koch, Montelalr. N J, to
Jsasle B Sewall, J Pulton av, Montelalr,
N J, due Deo 1, 1112. 6Hil atty, Law
yera Title A T Co, 160 Bway ,JS'
7TH AV, a e cor 127th st, 100xli.10x
Irreg. Dae I J Frank Wheaton to llobt
I. lledfleld, Farmlngton, Conn, 6 yrs,
ttl atty, Lawyers Tltia T Co, IM
SAME PIIOPEBTY, Deo I Same to Lester
J Koblnaon, f4 Park pi, llklyn, .1 yrs,
6?c. pr mtg 116,000; atty, Jno J Itobln
son. ill Ilway $7,000
16IST ST, n a, 100.0 w Amit av, 60i.l!,
Deo Mil Bradley to Arthur J Bald
win, II Ith av, at al, truatats, due and
Int aa per bond; atty, Tills Uuar T
Co. 17 Ilway I46.00O
176TH ST, 611 W, 11x24.1. Dae 7 Emma
Sehmltt to Lawyers Title A Trust Co,
160 Bway, 6 yrs, Int aa par bond. ..14,100
(Borough of Tho Bronx.) ,
CAIIPENTEK AV, o a, oxtenda from 221th
tu 227th at Haymond I. Dttmara to
llormann Von Der Beyde, S663 White
lialna rd. Dec 7. due as ner bond: atty.
E L Buaach, 311 IS 14th at 18.000
S i LOT 442, map Unlonport Frank
Regno to Edw E Mltra, 616 W 111th at,
Deo I: duo aa per bond; atty, T (I A T
Co. 176 Uway.T Il2
BELMONT AV, 2604-2606, Wm (lul
lery to Jaa W Daly, 118 W 67th at, and
ami, trua, Dao 7, s yrs, 8 p e; atty, L T
A T Co, 110 Bway 111,000
UNIVE11SITY AV. o s. 111.7 n Hid at,
119.1100 Ann T O'Connor and ano to
Jaa O llenedlct. Katonah, N Y, Deo I,
2 yra, 6 p c; atty, Jaa II llobartaon, 61
Wall at 16.000
172U HT, 412 K. 17.6x110; also Bathgate
1)1. a s, II w Madison iv, atrip 0.1x17.6
Mnry J Egan at al to Title Ouar A T Co,
17i! Ilway, Dec 7, duo as pir bond; atty,
T O A T Co. 176 Ilway $1,000
BAItHETTO ST, w s, 157 a Oak Point av,
60x100 Mark K Meyer to Jacob Cooper,
92 Mornlngslde Av East (Conn). Deo I,
3 yra. 6 ti c: attv. M Conner. 20 Veasv
ST ANN'S AV, e s. 150.4 n 141st st. 26x
0 Concrete Itealty A Koldlnx Corpn to
iUraurelb- II Windhorst, 34 St Ann's
av, prior mtg 18, 000, Use I, due Nv 16,
1919. 6 I) c: utlvs. lllrlrmnn A V. Ill
E lltth at !2.O0O
LOWQ IStAND REAL ESTATE FOWWAMI
Excellent neighborhood: I rooms, bath
and all Improvemanta; verandaa front and
aide) full cellar; hot water hal, gaa, elect.:
large lawn, aldewalk, etc.: owner cannot
occupy: great bargain for 14, too: will tako
1400 cash, balanr small monthly pay
mania. C, OWNER, 241 West 14th Bi,
N, T. City.
ESTABLISHED JULT, HIT.
RYAN L. KENNELLY
It sal Batata Broker, Appraltar Auction
111 Broadway Talaphon 1117 Cortlaaat
RIAL ESTATE AT ACCTION.
Real Estate in AH Its Branches
JOSEPH P. DAY
.11 Nassau HI., N, T. Phono 714 Cert.
REAL ESTATE OUT OF TOW74V
THE ONLY 8AFB way for a prudsat
nan 10 buy a country homo fully ex
COUNTRY BOMB LBAOUB,
41 Wrat I2J Bt. I'hon Mad. Sq. III.
vi:r nidi: dwi:i.i.i.m; i.kk.
The Houghton Company has leased to
Mary L. (leorgl and Kathryn II, John
son the four story und basement dwel
ling at 44 West Ninety-seventh street
for llobert J. Hare Powell, representing
the estate of Edmund M. Young.
BROKERS I.V 5TII AVE, LKASE,
Pease tk Rlllman negotiated the lease
of the Hameraly rfsldence nt 1030 Fifth
avenue, north corner of nighty-fourth
street, to Moses Taylor.
ASSIGNMENTS OF MOKT4IA4IES,
ALLEN ST. 28.34. laaiehold Alsx PftlRVr
to llernhnrd l.lcbtvnstrln, 60 W 77th st;
attys. I.lnd A I', 46 Cedar st 11
7TII AV, nee 45th st (169 W.l -Title Ouar
Trust Co to duo II Church. 1002 Madison
ar; attys, Sbeurmau .v S, 55 Wall
57T1I ST, 47 E Tills (llliir A Tiutt Co to
U ri Sav Bank, COS .Madison av; ami.
Merrill. 11 A T. 100 Hay $15,000
160TII ST. n s. 276.8 e Bwav N Y LI fa Ins
Co tn Lawiers -Mix Co, 59 Liberty
160T11 ST, n a, 320.10 e Ilway Mama to
1ST AV. 1651 I II It-.. It v I'nriiii tu Martini
Preundlleh. 28 W 172 1 st; atty. Lewis S
Murx. l.'s llw a 1100
3,111 .T. n r. .'Vu ii Mil av MteDhsn i
lark to IMw S Clark. Cuuprstown. N
V; ally, l.awers T A T Co. IM
ItlUdE ST, 132 Itrbectu l.unlti and nnnto
.hi l nn l.unllr. :rj Au lubon av. a I. fcttv
llsrnian S Fried, 29 Ilway II
CAN XI, !T, 51 l" Augustus Meier to
Tll.le XVatht. 790 Riverside Drive; atty".
Arn-l-ln A l.et, Us llnav II
XTII AV, 59.41 Cmtiiv Scholer to Hudson
Trust cj, ltn Hn-.iy. ultys. Ho m. W
S. 35 Nassau t Il
FoitMYTH ST. 24 XVm D l'r.ston, ir. to
Wm 1 Preston. iru, illen Cove. 1. I: atty.
Title iluar A T ( u, I7C Ilway. Court ord-r
FUII.1VTII ST. 24- XVm I) Pre. ton, er
an.i irustfe, t All., rt It 1 l.i-ti.rr. 42
HKM'LTS AT AI'CTIOV.
I.XT 14 VESEV STREET I
lly Ilrnn I, Kennrll)
IJI.Oi'IC buun.lrd by Madison and 4lh svs,
2tli t" Jilh I" .Mmilson Miuare iur-den-
-N V Life ins Co agt F .1 II Co
et vli due, i:,445.t8 11; tax's, Ac. I3l..
00)30. to Ibe pUlntlrr 12.000,000
ITH .XV. 2l2-:'.o. lOOiSlx lrr, 12 sty
bid hldx-ll 1 Ottmann list W T Evans
et al, due, 150.905.30; tanra. Ar, IK...
HI 2. prior rn'is I400.O00. to It II .Martin,
parly In Inlerrs!, over prlur
lly Henry I!rad.
MONROE T 12, 25.2l,10. sty Intl.
A r HiiKsr. trstr. act Julius Kaicml-r
et al, due, Ill.stt.tO; mn, Ac.
i-.oi 12: to the pialntlrr 111,900
14T1I ST. 205 E. 2,2xl08.3, i sly tilt VV
V Moraan. Jr. exr. agt M E Hums et al;
due, 138,643.64, tines. It, 11,59 9"; to
the plallllltr 130,000
1 AT 1208 THIRD AVENCB
lly Arthur C, Sheridan,
1S0TII ,T, a a, 44 5 w Tlnton av. 25i
1.5 I, vacant Philip l'air nil I'eier Al
be,'ker et ul; due, l",l 30, taxes. Ju,
icji::. to th pi.iiniur t:.ooo
lly Samuel Marx.
NEW HOLD AV. n s. 110.4 Virginia av,
133 7x141 2 A i' Kuli I and ano act II It
I'l.her due, 13,101 1; mass, At, t::. tn
tlm pUlntlrr 13,500
lly Charles a, Herrlaa.
PROSPECT A 2143. 23x150. I sly tnt and
sirs Theresa Milleg sit A M VV'noley et
at, due. 13,962 51 txxes, .1 c 133. CO; in
U lie Muro 14,200
lly James .1 Donovan,
RITTF.R l'L, 119. 25x101. 2 aty frame, bldg
(I M Kent, ndmx, Ac. axt A .VI I'raa.
nell et al, due, 17,300,0.', taxe., Ac.
in; 52, tu tlm plaintiff ;o
(With lunie and address of lender's at
part p.iymcut they took 130 Kast 7CTII .M - -, . vv -''"'J''" M-rgt
av; all, vveuuer a. vv,
lll'V BBOOKLY.V PltOPDHTIES.
Tutlno k Ccrny have rold for th
March Itealty Corporation two brick
stores nnd dwellings, on plot 40xS0, at
r,7i 1 and 5701 Klghth avenue.
Ilm Alco Building Company has sold
m ono family semi-detached brick
dwelling, on lot 23x100. at 2170 Sixty
sixth street, Mnplnlon Park, to William
A plot 00x100 on Ocean avenue near
Avenue r Has teen pom ny i-ranic
milling S20.000.imiO to the Ohio corn ctoti ' ',, ' i.,.,....
In such a matter of fact way that tlvv . VnlM,r rtullders have sold lo builders' uVeder R
don't know whether New oM. is fin JfH Hcventy-llflh atreet 300 feet ! 6"H T, s.
iioutmeu on nnir nuts nui. i nun n n M,t uf Nineteenth itveuue, also no feet
big buildings or rot, nnd don t car 0, Kpventy-sevcnt!i street 3C0 feet cast
i nf Nineteenth avenue.
TOURISTS TO TRY NEW FIELDS. ;
It Mi nUAI. AT SMITH BEACH.
Trips Arrniigeil to Japan, Pnelfle t Uk Jne,ln ,,. .,.,riln.Pl, from the
laluiiils mill Siiulb Nmerlon. j ettnlo of Mary J'.. D. llnlhrook theli
telm In,.,, been irtli'l "f loui en ueiei ay rmuui neiirii,
.iccuhtiiineil to spending their tlmo In
the countries bordeilng on tho Medi
terranean urn turning toward new fields
as ho thlid winter of war approaches,
with peace seemingly as far nway as
Florida and California lesorts prob
ably will attract many of theie Iimvi'
lets, but tourists rontpimlcH nro planning
trips fuither from home for thosiv who
have already seen America first, Among
the, trips aro soma arranged nv Thomas
Cook & Son to thn Philippines, Hawaii.
Smith nnd Central America, Japan and
China, and Porto Hlco.
The ""lns'iis of Kuropcan winter play
ground h will probably result In many
vaeattonlstH becninlng acquainted with j
s I . lyliir: vveit of sand ian and front
ing scveta! hundred f"ct on tho beacb
The property lias been owned by tha
llnlbronU family since 1733. In connec-
Ion with this sale Mr. Ilacho nlso pur
Inscd from A. W. Hutchinson n lease
on ih's properly under which hn con
ducted a bungalow renting colony
known as Camp Warren, all tho Im
provements, Including thirty-six bunga
lows, bowling nllcys, dnnrlng pavilions,
stores and garnge.
other places ripially as beautiful,
not so widely advertised.
MM fur lleslllnte Children.
Ill answer in nn appeal fur a phono
uiapli fm i h ll iine for Dcfitltutc chll
ilreii 11 llur'liigKin, VI., Walter I,. Ilrle
ant has n'lit In Tim Si'N 112 raised b
himself and friends. Thn money l.aa
been forwarded to the homo.
FI.VK IllVIXIsTON KSTATK SOLD,
Fish ft Marvin have sold for tho
Neighborhood Compiiiy tn m, Tanen
bauni of this city a property at Irving-tiiil.oii-lludson
consisting of fifteen
acres of land, n large stone residence
and numerous outbuildings. Tho prop,
eiiy originally formed part of the
(iulte.ui Kslnte, but In recent years has
belonged to Cornell University. Mrs.
lcn.ic I, Ulce bought tho tract lit. a site
for a memorial hospital, but her pUns
helng opposed by local residents, sia
bought clsewliero and auld this property
to th Neighborhood Company. Tho
si . . IH.600
12JD ST. 54 E -llvrtha Oppenbelmer. on
premises, to By llartmsnn, 1740 VV Slli
si, llroukl)!!', ally. Jus .1 llaker, 31 N.i.
..HI st 11,500
JJTII tT, n s. 215 o th av Wm T und
Cath O llulbert to Edw Severln Clark.
atty. 1. T ,T Co. HO Ilway I7,5ii0
BROOME ST. I '7 Louis I.oebel to Levy
Sobol, 3S4 Knukerborker uv. Brooklyn,
atty, Wm C Orr, 5t Chambers st..,iu0
113TH ST. 15 VV Wm II Hull tn Ainerl.
ean llaptlsi Home Mliclon Socloty. utty.
TO & T Co. 174 Ilway J15,illnl
ST NIl'llOI.VS AV. e s, till..', lirj.l et -
Arxbell.1 Jinnreiirnii in inra n lteiim.
altv. THAT Co, 176 Ilway. . ..tl.oo'i
14HT1I ST. 202 W--AiUmant Real Estjt
Co to Max Mars. 118 Convent nv; att,
T (I A T Co, 176 Ilivny 13.500
r.XTII ST. n . 248 w I'en'ra! Park W - ,
Eugene Vallens to Fredk M Dearborn,
sr win jonn i- nun' i. uecu; niis,
ii.i rnn si. ....... f, 5ij,i
150 e 71 Ii nv (leo 11 inn!
Henrietta M Cnleniau and Mary E. I'lnr- ,
ence ami K Frances Coleman tn the 1
Equitable l.tf As file .' the U S, 120 j
HwnV; ailjs, nii-amiri .v i.rren, i;ill
lwav IJ.'.O.OOO ,
tf.TIt ST, 606 W- (Irlrfln Itnnllng Co I.) 1
Wm W Johnson and John Jardlne, trus.
tees; atO. Merrill A R, too llrnid- i
mv III. 000 .
16TH ST, II ". 47a e 7'h HV Slllloll M '
Rosenblatt In l.o O ltn.enlilutt. trus
tee' ally.. M S A I S Isaacs, 52 WlllMm
10TII ST, K4.ll s e Kill nv Ellen I", Wii.l.
108 w 71st si. tn Marie C Hurtling,
Wyeknff. N Ji attys. Cnudirt Bros, ? Ree-
tor st 113,000
MANHATTAN hT. 1.18 -charter Cnnatn Co
tO AleanV nn nem, .....iij 1 . itiii.,
'.abrlskts, Murray. S A K, 49 w.iU
. . IJO.OOO
16TII ST. s s 05 l.exluslon .iv Emma 1..
Ellen J A- Oen N II Rr.iny tn Edwin, Rnbt
W nnd (leo C Parsons. Irus, altya, Law
vers Tltl" ft T Co, ISO Ilway. , , ,1180,000
15T1I ST. a s. 218.4 7th av Esther Hayes
tn St. Marv's Lodgln- House, aatlsdad of
record without production nf nrlg mtg by
order Pupreins Court, Dec . 1916. Justice
Clarence J sbearnt atty for potltloner.
Kranels D Dow ley. 44 Cedar at 11.000
ITH AV a w 0 155th st. mtg 145,000: same
neonerty. inta 110.000, wm nronertv.
mtg 13,973.95; sama property, mtg 15,000
same property, mtg 110.000 (leo W ami
Isiulaa Sauar to (leo Ehreti atty, Edw M
Tlunhard. Ill Bway
lOTlt AV. 412, a a c 45th at (466 W) Mar.
tin and Mary A Kearney to the Franklin
Shv Bank: atty, Wilson M Powell, T Wan
AMSTIIRHXM AV, 841, ml sr nn leasehold
John MrClsry In Thna ORrlen. tMD
UTH ST. 114 E I'riwierscn Uenovrse to
Einma Kelur 1133 Lincoln pi, Bklvn:
atty, Hugo Colin, 1 Avenue A 12,750
UTH ST, 411 E ami to same; ally,
, iimi ..." 12,71
(West of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
and 110th streets.)
J1ST ST. 136 W, 18.11x44 (foreclosure Dc
6. 1816) Frank I Schechtar, rat, to Law
yers Mtg Co. 69 Liberty at. Dee 7; attya,
Cary A C, 69 Wall at 126.800
COM'MHCS AV, nee 5th at. 60.6x100
Henry Morianthau Co to Utility Itealty
Co. 30 E 42,1 st. mtg 1140.000, Deo I; attv.
Walter 51 VVeehsler, 10 E 42d at II
CENTRAL PARK W, a w o Slat at, 100.8X
100145 East 48th Street Corpn to Slg
mund Colin. 1:9 Wadswortli av, mtg
1420,000, b and a, Deo 7; atty, Lewla S
Marx, 128 Bway 1100
SAME PROPERTY Slgmund Cohn to 802
vntr.il Park West, Inc, 101 Park av, mtg
IISO.OOO, b and s, c a g, Dec I; atty,
Lewis S Marx, 128 Ilway 1100
(Manbattin Island, north of 110th atreet.)
AMSTERDAM AV. 1111-15. 40x100 Mr
rury Holding Co to IidJor Wlesbader,
t:6 Col av, mtg $55,000. Nov :; attv.
Title Ouar & T Co. 176 Hway 1101
PARK AV, 1443, 18x68.4 llym.ui Cuhen
to Sam Lefkonltr. M78 Islington nv.
mtg 4. 000. Dee 7; atty. Title liuur A:
T Co. 176 llwoy 11
1JI.TI1 ST. n s, 155 w 6th nv. 17 MV 11
.lessU II Sewall, Montululr, N .1 tn .Inn
Koch. 127 drove st. Montelalr. N J. Dec
7, atty. Lawyers T A T Co, ICO llrmid
S V vt 1: PROPERTY- Jnn Koch tn Erne.t C
III11, k, ,: Walnut st, Mnntclalr, N .1.
nitK 8C000, Dec 7; atty, same. ..lion
l.i.TII ST. 117 W. 17.10x:i.ll .Martin T
Mautun to casserly Assets corpn ul
V, I4 Ilway, llllg li.son, wee
(ieorce II .Marnl-e. 149 llwal ,
WAIisnoii 1 II II.IUV.M I., a e a. Kit 11 11. Miller. 4 V lOStll si
e, nn curve, ivvin si, runs 11 e i"i4uril
s s 1'Uirview uv x anu s e ss 1 arm
again s e 101,4 x 11 w 81 6 tn beg; Falr
vlcw av, s a, 6 e from angle from a s
said av, with a s a Wadawnrth Terrace,
runs e 120X a 85 Jx w 103, tlx 11 88.1 tn
beg Eproa Realty Corpn tn Sophie S
Epstein, 60 Central I'ark W, all Hens,
Dec 7: atty, llobt C lllrktohr, 43 Exch
11 roil x.
(Boruueh of The llruns I
WAS HI NO TON AV. e , 25 s 185th sr. lKx
sn.6 Enslicn lmpt On in .lohnnna Orn.s,
35 W 111th t, mtg II, coo. Dec 4 a'ty,
Anton Oriinlrh, loo llnuy 8100
VV ASHtNUTHN .VV 101 . e s, 25vl03
I.Usle II llleknx tu I'rank Hi, ::i4
I'uWell av. Dec 28. ally. Trunk Class.
Inc. :j15 W.st, brhle r av It
IIIIOOK AV, o s, 25 s 160th t .'5x100 -Louts
Lu'tnarten et nt tn D.11IJ L.iicnr,
,Z I lleik ft, llllg 118.000, lln I. iitiy,
E A llronn, 135 llwai II. 000
PEROT ST. n a, 193 3 w Sedgwl k a, ii It
x9J 1 John L Sullivan tu Marsaret Sul
livan, 5 Perot st, nit sr 13, Sou, !) 7.
atty. Wm F Wund, 166 Bway ... II
TirlANV .ST, 1080, e :5vl00 Sllllll
Kramer tn Aniulu SelK. 1616 2.1 av,
evrx. Dec 6, atty, A Knntz, 56 Pln
WASHINGTON AV, 1449-1451, s. 50X
140. C Knpal l'ndllds et nl tn Conk'rrga
tlon Nusnch lluarl nf The llrom, Inc. 2
S; Paul's pi, Nov 29; attv, 1. T & T Co.
HO Ilway 1100
FRANKLIN AV. w . part nt sub-dlvMnn.
Nn 1 nf bit 116 on map Morris inl-i. 17. Ix
9xlt. 9x911.7; nlso strip In front of above
bet old and naw line 1'ranklln av- Oeo
II Dyer In Chaa lllalr. 133 William st,
i.itu 11. coo. Oec 2. utty. Fourth Nu-
t 1 llealtv Cn. 133 WlKlam at. ...1131
2D ST, w a, part lot 47, map ollnWIle, 75x 1 'E.RI, ST.
1 o.i Amelia Davison, er, tn iren ui-i 1.1-111. tmi w
vliun, r.lst llucsaway, 1, uci
miiv, lrens Davison, Eust Rorkeway,
V V 13.238,11
HSTH ST, 378 E, s , 2Sxl0i Wm .1
Schlneiilsr In Cunrail I, Siblii'iner, 1047
Prospect av, Dec 7, ato, C W Walter. 203
STHWIINS AV, s w c 170th st. 28x100 An
dreas O llosehman 10 Philip I. Ilareuno,
67 3d st. mtg. i:.500. Nov 24: otty.
Philip L llereano, 1316 Fu'.ton av.Omllted
LOTS :7 and 2, map Van Nut Park
l.ulsa nr Louisa ur I.uUla cblappa to
John lllnpocChl. Atlanta. Oa. Nov 24:
atty. Clocks, K A. R. 391 Ea.t 119th
S LOT 412. man rnlonpnrt Edw E
Mer in ITiank Regno, IV.n ll.lell st.
mlg II,'.! Dec , all'' T ii T Co, 174
LOT 1. may Van i.'ortlandt E.txt Ralph
H Wolcott tn J fiarenre Davles, 14 E Slut
st. mtg 88.100. Aug atty, .1 Clarenie
Davles, 149th st and 3d av 31
1IAT1IOATE PL. s s. 83 w Madlaon av. us
nn map Central Mnrrlsanla. strip runs w
17 6XW 0.3 tn s s I72d st X e 17 6x U.3--John
o Brewer (devisee) to Mary J
Egan et al, 492 E 17M st, Nov 14; utty.
T li A T Co. 174 llwav . 130
CltOTONA AV. n w s, 100 11 e 187th st, ,'6v
100 -Wm Suk et al. In Irs. to Wm C Silk,
Jr. 2111 Crotona nv, heir, mtg 18,000,
xug 26; attys, Mlehllng A K, 258
Lot' 41. purest 18. map Wm II Oifden Julie
It Dobmll lo I VV I lie.uiy 1-0, sum crop.
ey av. llklyn. inlg 81,600, Nm 27: attv,
T O T Cn, l" Ilway II
,1 .. 15.000
ST ANN'S AV. 144. s. 25U80 MnrKa-
rethe II Windhorst to Ooncreu teHiy A
Holding Coipn, 420 IJ Hist st, inlg
Is.oeo, Dec 8; atty, F E Yung, S'.M E
H'jlll a! 8100
2D ST. II s. 205 e Av II, 10(1x108 Alice V
Cnnkllii to Frank Ov.i, 2"48 Powell av,
He,- 7, otty. Frank (loss. lne. 2215 Wi-
cheater nv 810H
I'ARI'EN'TER AV e s extends from 2.'0th
,1 ::7'h sl. being lots 1OV0 ami 10M,
map Waknllelil- Heriniin Vnn Der lleyda
In Rnvmnnd L Dltlnars. Searsdale, N V,
mix 86.000, Dee 7. atty I. T T Cn.
1(0 lln ay IUo
JACKSON AV, n e cor 166th st, 100x11.10
Henry S llurger tn 718 Jnrkson Av Co,
Inc. 151 Nasaaii St. mtg 110,000, Dee 7,
atty. M lllis ti. 151 Nassau st 1100
CASH or CREDIT
ITrtmttAtora (bnrjrrtlal . AtK ferjil CaUloA 1 8
HELP WANTED MALE.
French perfumery hotite raqulrai
tha airxrlces of boy with good raf
ranee and ability to make good.
Fine opportunity lor the right kind
of a boy. Addren E. P., Box 30,
21 E. 14th St.
RAHN 1100 weekly manaalng clean ieglll-
tnwte mall order buslnesa. Wt turnlsti every-
thing. Right parly nd not worry auom
capital. Splendid chance (or Intelligent,
employed person to control Independent
business on profit-sharing basis, beginning
In spare time, avenlnis at homo, l'artlcu
lara free, Dept. K, Opportunities Eichangt,
lluftalo. N. Y. .
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALaT.
LADY of refinement and culture, deslrsa
position aa comimnlon-secrelary or aa chap
em ilty or country, excepting New lorlc
ri. . sxparltncad traveller: highest ref
erences. It., 143 Sun nfllos.
Church E Dates A Co. Inc. agt Traf ptf
Cn, owners and contractor I48I.TI
SATISFIED MECHANICS' T.IEN.
At'DCRON AV. n w eor 190th at aiuatppa
Panarello et al agt J 11 llulhllng Cn.lna.
et al, Deo 1. 181C (by bondl....ll,20.H
R1V1NOTON ST, 204 & 208 Harris I tank an
agt N.idla llloom et al; Nov 21, 1511 .115
1411) ST 145 TV. all, with consent to assign
lease to the Mechanics Leasing oo
Luuls and Rachel Crune to Mnrrla Man
Wowlts. 234 W I48th st. et al. 5 yra .from
Nov 15. 191C: address, S19 W
.t ii. tie
. Hiunl.toii T-rrace; uy, THU O A T Cn.
'! uU' 7" Hway... :i.-. ihni i
' l ''-'3D ST. f.U.'l W -Samuel A Fred lu Murv
r. xv losth st fl
ST. nifl I : Tli.,. I.jMl.r In Tide
Ouar & T Co. 1711 llu.iv allium
LENOX AV, n a cor Cathedral Park- ay
leollataral for 160.0001 rt Jarmulou ky
I firm of), to Tllll Wacbt, 700 River
side Drive: attia, Armtcln A Levy, 124
. Hway l
7T1I AV, e a, from 131st to 132d st S Jar.
mulowsky (nrm nf) to Tlllla Wachl.
7im Riverside Drive; attya. Arnstaln A
Levy, lit Id' way 51
IRVINll l'L 20--THU Ouar A T Cn to
Fidelity Trust Co uf N Y, 1 Hudsn st,
tru.tee. addre.i, 17d Ilway.. flblHel
LEX1NOTON AV. Iii4 -Oeo II Orlnnell et
at, exie, lo Tl'Ie Ouar ,v T (.'". 17H
Hway .... llO.nnO
W.VDSWdltTK AV IV s, 100 n 71Mb kt
Lawyers Mtg c,i to Fredk C Wnlbr. (I2x
W 147th st. addre... r.'j Liberie t Itl.ooo
ST NICIK ll.AS AV li w lor Pitlh st
N Y 'rule Mtg Co tn Cxrel.tor Sav
Ilk. 7!i W .'.".d ( atty N Y T M Cu.
El. Kwav 200,ihmi
CLINTON ST. inn Carrie lsby et !,
exr.. to Caroline T Newman, CI W Mtli
"t. attv. F len Shelp. Ill Ilway 81
7STII sf, n a. -4 ttl e Amst av Units O
Hamereiey to (ten E rhlsolm and ano,
Mnrrlstuv.il, 27 J. utl, Stewart A s,
ir, Wo:t li
CLINTON ST VsiCarr a I.ssbv et al.
exrs, to Carrie I.asbv. Oartlson, N V, s-ln
liaris In miK for 11i,.Mni, utty, F Leon
nin. in nwuv
i Willi name and uiblress nf lender and
lender's attnruev i
iFouth of Fourteenth street I
l"TH ST, 508 E, 37.1x101.3. Ilea 4- llnil
"I'aden to Stanislaus N Turkman, Col
W 14th st, due as per bond, prior mta
110, 000; iiddress, 320 Ilway 1500
iEux nf Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
und 1 10th itreets )
65TII ST, 14C-H0 E. 66.8x100.:,, Dee 7 Hy
Meyers In Lawyers Mtg Cu, 59 Liberty
st. due und Int us per bond; utty. Title
Ouar A T Co. 174 Ilway 140,000
SAME PROPERTY, Deo 7 Same tn
Pauline llnvemann, HO E 55th st, 5
yrs. Silr. prior mtg 1(0,000; atty,
same.. . 15,000
3D AV. 843, 20xS0, D"a 7 Henry Jllock,
120 Norm xeril'ni ni'rnin, , ... in
David Epstein. 50'J W liotn st, flue Nnv
I 1918. t'l'',. prior mtg 110,000: attv.
Paul Hslllngcr, 320 Hway 11,000
PAIIK AV. 1121. runs w 50.7x a lx vr
x n 41. x 85. 4x a 40 to begin, Dec 7
Sadl Honwll lo Greenwich Sav Hank.
244 4th av, due aa par bond, Int 4H'i:
attys, Ilo-.vera S, 4 Cedar at. , . .12,(00
(West of Filled avenue, Intwesn Fourteenth
1 and 110th slreats.)
ID T. Ill VV. 10188.8, Dao lly P O.rd.
ntr to N T Bar Uank. II llli av, dut
HROAIIWAY. SIM-'Joil e Piiltnti H,
leaiehold Hrnok.)f Hank in Metropnll.
tan Trust Co, an Wall st, adJres. 3H
Fulton st. Ilrnnk'vn i
STANTON ST. :,ii T (iContinr Sloans In
C S Fldell'v .X- Ouai.inty Cn, 45 Cedar
124TII ST. :i.' 4 w ild av r.7 ll to e e
Lexington , av x inn 4--.-amuei Zlprls tn
Alex It lethhl. 1114 Henry s . uttv.
Zltirls, 1.-.7 E Hway. . .Jl
I--1JION l ux 'ii eix Unbi
nd uv. and uiui. txr.. A,.
utlvs. Ar-hrr A o. "ill Huuv ... ti
COI.I'Mlll'S AV. 720--('larenie II Hern
stein to Hen It Cannon, 22 VV IMOth at.
Mtty. Tltl. i Ouar i- T Co. 17ll Hwav SlnO
SAME PROPERTY Amies Neiistadt tn Hv
VVootniMn. 1 W .nth st uttv iin. 111 lion
45TH ST. s a. 1411 4 e, .l nv Enultable
Trust Co of N T lo Walter S llrtnk
mann, CutonsMile. M,l, rt a,; utty, Clin.
It Urikett, 123 Ilway . . . .In.tiuo
JEROME AV, 2(141 Josspliln E Carpen
ter, trus. to N V Title A- Xttic Co. 131
Ilway; atty, N Y Tills A Mia Co. l'l.X
JH..TH ST. 7:il E (iustav ,-iholer tn Hud
son Trust Co. 1411 Ilway: utty, Holm, W
A S. :i,1 Nassau st t
UKOtiK AV. s e eor l.'S7lh st Albunv city
savlnKs Inst to I.uwier. Mtg Co. ,'.0 l.lti-
ertv st; attvs, Ameid A- Amend. Ill)
Nassau st 8:15,(11111
iikuoiv ax, n e or i;iiitn st (iirard Trust
Co, trus, tn ssiiie; ntty, u.iua, . $3,x 11110
st AN.vs av. in;, and other proper!)
Saml I, Hewlett end nno, exr In Sam
uel 1. Hewlett und anu. trus. Ko.lyn, I,
I, as.lKiis 7 ml Hi, utt)s, Merrill. R f.
T. 100 llwuv . . 125 310
LOTS 311 unit .X.il, mail M e.t.Ue N V
Trust Co tn Henry Kile. :5 Van Wair.
ener av. Jersev Cltv, N .1 a'tjs, Mum-h
A 1C, 37C Summit 111. .1 C. . .11
IIUI. .V X . w n, a. a s .lenrilllRN S iwri Ols,
each 50x100, two itln 13'. Hway Hold.
lug Corpn tu Columbli Trust Co. 0
Ul.l.iiwr. I' ,xv, ;n-,i lieu nn. 11 it a
exrs, to I rederlo O I.eubusi her, 2'x
H iiy. two iih.ts, each 13,000, utty. T O
K T Cn, I7C Hway Ik. 000
U KAMI I II JX I.liV .Xllll AMI OIM'OI'RSE.
e s. CJ.il a 1M nt ReliJ Ueutnloii tn
Rnciiinmi llenity Co; att). T O .v T C.i.
17C Hwav ft
DAWSON ST, s . 250 e lS4lb m Florem e
I Smith and ul',11. tru. tu l.awysra mik
Cn. liiiv Hway . 17.000
21liTII ST, 11 s, 525 w 1. ',11111b uv- Tleuil
llplir cn, Hie, in lleitni -1 k.ilni ?4t3
Tleboilt av. ,ilt, llei , See lump,
7ltl Tlebnut nv it ',n
170TII ST. 50 E Henle Fish tu Ruiilii
1'lsh, 552 VV l.l.t st. nttys, KalltruivIK
A K, 3i0 Hwav U00
ELLIS AV. 2033 Will Knll.e el.. I nun,
exra. 10 Henry Hretscber 3JS Decatur
uv, llrnnklvn. und alio. att). I, T A- T
Co. 1 CO Hw iv ..,,14,500
VAN NE1T AV, 427 -EIU K Dnollng to
Prances Van Verhteii. Auburn. N Y;
11IOS. Knox A 1 1, 27 Cedar et. . 11,000
NELSON AV, K.I3- .Ins (VII Wi lister, trus.
tn Webster 1'omptnll, 2434 X'aluitliie nv,
ef) Webs'er I'tiuiptnn, 2C.'I Valentine
in .. 18 000
144'fll ' 20 tn 21 W--Nathan 0 SoIiiiiioii
ml .lames Mclaughlin, owner, Frank
eerv cmitrai tnr. . . 375
8TII AV 81" - Hudson Holler Mfg Co, ne,
nut Andrew Murphy, owner; Tully ilold-
reer, cnnlrxctor 8413 76
DEY ST, 20 A F ilaillnan Cn agt Louis
Halms, owner. Abraham llroseman, con
15TII ST. 310 E--Sam Sehulman act Cl.ir.
ence Realty A- Const Co, owner, II Wag
ner, contractor IS6.50
H.r.TII ST, n w cor llrynnt av Romeo,
Serra Jt Co agt Ronele L'onsi Cn, Inc.
owner: Ilonela Const Co. Inc, at A A
Kuttler. Jr. contracture IUo
lliiSTiN RD. a a, whole block front be
tween llrlatow at and Stebblns av chaa
Hellendny agt Hudson Realty Co, Ivor
Itealty Corp and Swift Really Co, owners;
Hndsnn Realty Co and Ivor Itealty Corn,
HIST sT, a a, between Anllmny av and
llrand Concourse McPougall A Potter
Cn ugt William C Bergon, owner) Blola
(lreenberr, eontraclora,,. Ill.lt
1IIT1I ST, n i. 10 It of Belmont av
.V.VIi-Tr.RDAM AV. 22l0-:242 Mary C V
Jerroueiuie ugt Louis Stern et at
(umended foreclosure of mortgaga)!
atty. I H Heller. , ...
till AV. 1204-1210 Irving Savings Inatl.
tullon agt Ashton Holding Cn. Inc. Ot al
if.ireclnsure uf mortgage); uttys, nuah-
tnnr, llt.bee A- Stem.
120TH ST, 145 E Mary A II C.'.anon aft
Flnrenie E Onldichniblt t al or
rln.ure nf mnrtgxgel; atty. W M FoxMll.
14ITH ST, n , 305 e k h av Wilson M
Powell et al agt Hopkins Holding Co OJ
nl (foreelosuru of mortgage); atty, w
7SD ST. 272 XV Helen M Kellv agt Butane
llublnn et a! (tirerlvsure ot mortgag)!
atty. I) VVhltlunI
111T1I ST. n s, :.'3.11 t Ft Nlchetai axr-;
Mabel o Mavnsrd agt Isldor Ret et al
(amended foreelosur uf tnortgagoli
atUs, Eiiman, Levy, Cohen 4; Lewlne.
1ISD iT 481 and .177 Hrnok av rarmeril
Loan A- Tiust Co et al, as exra, agt O
It Jackson Co et al (fnrecloiuro or mori
usee), attvs. Oeller. Rolston A Heran.
WHITE PLAINS ROAD, e s, at Interaae-
Hon nf . ot ,t in on map or village
uf Wakef.old Marl.v A Sutton agt JaV
I.ehrbach et nl (foreelnetire nf mort
gagn); att)s, Harris. L'orwln, Moffat
8T ANN'S AV. 7.1X--Mnry Trotter el at
art Martha b blestriRer et ai (loreciosum
of mortguse) . a'ty. F E Yung.
VF.1V ItEAl.TV COHIMMtATION.
Verona Develnptnent Company. Manhale
tan: rarltat. 110. eon. directors. Walter tu
Thncher. Julius T Ma I, ran und Mary 14
Murray ( ti-trti -iinti cnnipanv, nronenyns
cnpltal, 11,000 .ire, i,,rs, Jacob Rutkowe
sky David l.lpsheta mi l Charles Stein.
Activity In mil Cnnltnnea.
IIOSIO.V. Hie k -Tbo (VmetercMI nulltli
will si) to ninrrnw . "Tliu wool market baa
bun sttlre and ll.e volume ef biisliuxs en milt
mix, nut wss ci.n.ldi tably smaller Prices am
eirnni and hlsher Kuither atlemrta are ra
porled In eulitrsi t wie,s III Ibe Wi sl, Willi
little success, 'Hie tuwl" lnsil.it Is bealtby
11 lid prl rs are I1I2I1 "
Rallronil I'ntnlltle Increnee.
Wabiiinotov, iw S Increased fa
talllles on Ainertcin inllronds. with 4
total of 2ii kilts il ami 407 Injured In 3511
accidents caused during the last year1
by locomotlvo holler ilefeels, nra re
corded In the lutmial leport to-day of
Frank McManamy, chief Inspector ofi
tli lnteistati' C'iminori o Commission.
The repot l eiivi uiiprt'i'cilenteil trafnn
cnnilltloiis existed, nn, I (Very nvallabla
locomotlvo was ptessed Into ecrvlce.
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
Il'.ltmnre A M Mu'lin. Ruth II Ilavlai
John W lux IMfluin .
Clarlde II W Hi llirniiner and wife, ChU
rixn: It iiiirlnii ll.i.lnti Ml and Mrs,
C T ''ie. Nw ll'iun: denrse W Cnlklln)
mil wile. J lilies -i.itin ml ami w le. Shelion.
Ilelinmii Omrti II smith 'ill Lxke CltTt
llnw.iid II Tuttie N.uisJIiiek F II. Slaveiia.
H-tinit I It Ti'initas an I lamiiy. lloitonl
II Until lliilf.il ' I- Pr.nr and dauihter,
L''"'iniieiViill T I ll'irinit Pltthurr: Mr,
and Mis VV C piooor. tiuuir .Hi , Mr. and
Mis .1 w n in. i woiib I'h.lu'lclphta; Mrs
and H a r.iiieit H'uwlir Itniistnn. N. T.
.V,vt,l,.ill,in ii i ti. union, .ir iiianu .xierei
Unmet Lnniig llii-lnii, Ur Timm.is E, Final
.mi. A'baii) , vv II ii.iui.le). Che ato; Marks
haul I been r. Hi l.ali I'm
Mi'.VIiun W V Ruth ami lunllr. Scran.
Inn vtr a il M" R II Hie iln Hamilton.
ll-iin,iit vi uil Mrs II I Crxbtreix.
1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 In ml Mi" 1. II llaitr,
1,1111.1 Hi II i l'i. it Wl'. rtlotl
Aiisonia Mi- O .VK.r. Mui.tclair, N, J.
A D I'd' " ihni' i
I'lar.i P I. ll'it bit, .on ntul wife Montreal!
William II .in.l Mrs r.i-ter. I 'tu-lt mil; Col.
tale nul Ml.. Il' ii 0.i"tir lis v
Nflbi'iiai'd - Vtttiui Kii'i'b.ill East Oransei
K Ihrth nod tim 'rnmntn' ( N 1'irne,
'Fit Ilex 111.-. Pa, I I' (I'd Mrs I'lixpmall,
RIO CatltoM (.i i'd n and xirs Limhert,
Prlncelmi; Omir and Mrs .vbetialnv. Kaiisaa
City; Marshall llmwer und wile Ithlncbeckl
Mrs M. II Salisbury S ' It I al.e Cit)
Murray ltill-K 11 Keilnw., (iirlnrflelo,'
Vi , Mrs C. A. nml Miss O II Van ConIandtf
Sharon. Conn : Ur Mary E Junes, lloilonj
Harry Pajii", YoiiiiJ'innn; A i; llla'ae, Ixiu.
dnii! II S Phelps, M nut rial. I, Pulmatt,
llradford. Knjl ind
I'xrl. Aveim,' U. 1. McDinlel, Ulrmlns.
ham. All .l.xtues II Crosby. Ilansur Me
V.utciie Dud'.ei I.os Ameles' II M .-rilrwlfli.
New Haven. M I. Keuip, Minnctleld. Robert
Miller. Cleveland: L. J. Mlllir und wife,
Slritlnrd Ralph A Elv and wife, Pxlton,
Mas,,; Princis T Ch'iniliers Pbllndelphla
p It .Inhn-lnn Chlcai-n; .1 II Waiiiwriiht
Short Hills, N J
llirild suiinre Flnsd T and Mrs Vralelh,
Tivoll, N V . I'eter Leuniid .uni wile Itnch.
ester 1 E 11. linker Providence William)
Power IlnrlHln F und Mrs ("arke WjiIv.
Inrtnu: Newinn (Irfss. l.ns A'uilc.
VV olcoil -neurse aim ikih l ran, ir uuu ..ira
P 11. F.xVr. sprlni'llsld, R II lieiiiiiaon,
l'hllailelphu, 11 W. Audeiiuti, F bargfnt
Marie Antolnett-P. P Reeves tViterhurTl
Cain. B. W WoOdhurs, CSX VV Ii im IfJ
Illcy. Ilultaln; A W Douthet'y and wlf.y,
luuierlal 8 T Wnrht. 'Any Louis Mm
Tarland. St. Louis, E K. 'Hu-ih, Mimical, di-
MIMVI, 0. WJUI.. M ... . II , 'HIIUI.'t' "ll'l
W. C. Khodea, Chicago; Yf. T Ilaker, Clioal
T, 9. 4ocklt, Korlolk.