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EMBARGO ON SUGAR
Arrlvnl of Cargoes Soon nt
Vrtncouver Will Bcliovo
BAILHOAD PLAN DEBATED
8 Alternative' Troposal Is Made
fdr thoPurchaso of tlio
IT? a Slatf Corrttpondent il Tn Sen.
Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 3. An cmbarpo
xlsts on export of sugar from Cnnada,
according to a statement made by Sir
,Vii aeorgs Foster to the Houso this nfter
noon. That embargo Is being strictly
tt enforced all along tho border In order to
prevent shipments and trading. Itellef
Is in Bight by way of arrivals of raw
sugar cargoes at Vancouver from the
West Indies. Only In cases where pre
vious contracts exist Is there any re
laxation of the embargo regulation.
Martin Durrell, Secretary of State,
member for a British Columbia seat, Is
to be appointed to the Senate. So also
will Col. Gerald White of Renfrew. Ont.
The other two vacancies will be flllod
from western and northern Ontario.
They will be needed when the Grand
Trunk bill comes before the upper house
and also on prohibition legislation. It
Is known that nine regular Government
supporters will bolt the railway pro
posal. Btandat Labor Conference
Correspondence tabled In the House
yl, shows that the Government took firm
flp 4 ground respecting Canada at tho big
f' labor conference In communications with
' , Lord Mllner, the British Minister for the
. Colonies. It was set forth that Canada
1-. ' In exports was sixth on the big list, seo-
11 , ond In water power developed and being
constructed and first In area, railway
mileage and telegrnphs In ratio to pop
ulation. A marked advantage over
Spain and Switzerland was claimed In
resources and general development.
But the colonial status bogey was too
strong. This Government proposes to
stay with tho fight all round for na
tional status In Internal politics and
diplomacy and It Is difficult to see how
the ultimate logical coal of lnderjcn-
,t' dencccan be avoided.
v Supplementary estimates for $62,000,-
i'.V 00 were brought down to-day.
Members and Senators who had wan
.1 dered from home are arriving back from
' east and west on call from tho whips to
save the Government on the Grand
Trunk and prohibition Issues.
Frank S. Cahill, member for Pontlac,
Quebec, made a comprehensive proposal
as a counter alternative to the Govern
ed . merit's Grand Trunk plan during the dc-
" hate In the House on the third reading
01 me Din tnis afternoon. Ho submitted
three tables, the first showing tho entire
capita) stock, guaranteed, preferred and
cemmon, par value of 241. 257:638. listed
K" on the London Stock Exchange as quoted
,ln the London Times of October 9-10.
tne aay me agreement was made with
the Grand Trunk for arbitration at a
market price at value of $58,391,971.
The price of common stock Is only 9 on
. . , - -. . - -mi. - ,. .
a total of $116,583,124. The EUaran
teed Is emoted at 46 anil tho thre iita.
Mgf erred stocks at 60, 37 and 20.
BfvvoK amen under Par.
Tho tal funded debt of the Grand
j' Trunk in the form of debenture stock
It.!".5'?,73'808-... The maJ"k.et vaIuc ?'
that stock on the same date wan only
The entlra Grand Trunk stock Is there
fore worth on the market $160,178,301,
as against $396,631,464 authorized value.
Mr. Cahill put forward that value as
fair to all concerned and wanted to know
ythr the Government was going to pay
more than the stock was worth.
, , By another table he Indicated that by
purchase of the entire debenture and
guaranteed stock at market prices for
$139,769,662 a net saving of $86,437,473
would .be effected. On that Investment
the Government could pay Interest at
6V4 Per cent and save $1,851,302 an
nually, as compared with the proposed
plan before the House. This met tha
arnrment of Mr. Melghen against bor
rowing money at high rates Just now.
The Government plan is to pay par
value for tho entire debenture and guar
anteed stock, amounting to $216,207,138,
and submit the preferred and commot
stocks to arbitration. Mr. Cahlll's pro.
posal would buy the entire stock for
$2,441,361 less than the Government plan
will pay for the $60,833,332 alone. He
is satisfied that once the people know
what Is being put through thoy will hi
Incensed against Parliament and the
" With reference to the coal situation
in Canada acting Premier George Foster
, states that he anticipates the same con
i alderatlon will be given to Canadian
needs as In the past by American coal
operators. The Fuel Controller take tho
Depends on America.
Central Canada depends for Its coal
supply on Pennsylvania quite ns much
as New York. In normal years Canada
Imports 15,000,000 .tons of bituminous
end four of anthracite. In 1917 and 1918
it reached seventeen and five million
tops. Three-fifths of that Imported coal
la consumed In Ontario and Quebec.
The total consumption of 'coal In Can
ada runs to 35,000,000 tona a year, about
13,000.000 tons being produced from the
Canadian mines. The railways require
bout 12,000,000 tons and Industries 6,-
' f 75"l,000 tons. From Winnipeg and west
the railways are supplied from Alberta
and British Columbia; from Quebec and
t east, from the Nova Scotia mlnea. Thq
long haul from tho far east or webt
mines is too far to make It pay to bring
Canadian coal Into central Canada.
Thera Is plonty of the material but tho
cost of freight is prohibitive.
Tho exports of Canadian coal In 1918
. amounted to 1,733,150 tons, most of that
going to tho Nev England and Pacific
coast States. The miners of western
Canada are In tho United Mine Workers
Union, but most of the eastern miners
, ' are in a local union. Difficulty may
arise over plans to supply ships usually
coaled at American ports, but that Is
OHIO BANS IUPE OLIVES.
Twelve Deaths Alrendy Reported
From I'uliiined Fruit.
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 3. As a re
ult of seven deaths In Canton, Ohio,
recontly, and five fatalities at Detroit,
from eating ripe olives, the State Dairy
and Food Department and the State
Department bf Health to-day warned
citizens against eating ripe olives, and
warned dealers against selling them un
til further notice. Local health officers
are requested to forbid their sale.
"Until further investigation can be
made of ripe olives, now on tho mar
i , keto of Ohio, the dairy and food di
vision and the State Department of
t Health advise Btrongly against the eat
ing of ripe olives.
i ISOL "Dealers are warned against Belling
' t& "p olives until further notice and local
( IKf health officials are requested to forbid
farmers will run !
1 STORES CORPORATION
Gain Hold on Own Property
in North Dakota.
Faboo, N. Dak., Nov. 3. Farmers
who liavo contributed $1,100,000 to the
Consumers' United Stores Company, a
non-partisan league corporation, and
who have had only the right to purchase
goods for cash at the company's store
In return for their investment, are to
tako over tho active control of tho cor
poration. II. A. Paddock, general, man
ager of the company, so announced to
day They will control a string of
thlrty-threo stores that have been the
centre of an interesting political fight
ever since the plan of organization was
Tho Consumers' United Stores Com
pany was organized two years ago'.
Undor its plan, a farmer pays the com
pany $100 and has tho right to pur
chase goods at the stores for ten years,
at cost plus 10 per cent. The company
agreed to Invest $10,000 In goods and
merchandise at each store. In many
Instances all the way from $30,000 to
$50,000 was collected for each store.
Under the terms of the agreement the
portion In excess of $10,000 could be
used for "educational and propaganda"
purposes. Thus a huge fund was being
crested for political purposes.
Heretofore tho farmer;, have had no
voice In the management. Tho corpora
tion, with $10,000 capital, has collected
$1,100,000 from the farmers, and It
was found recently when tho Scandinavian-American
Bank of Fargo was
closed by the banking board, that the
Stores Company was $170,000 In debt
to tho bank. The storos company has
been managed by a board of directors,
mado up of lcaguo employees and lead
ers. In announcing that the farmers are
to have control of the company. It Is
asserted by, Mr, Paddock that tills had
always been Mr. Townley's "plan of
action" when the company was fully
DAKOTA JUSTICE DISSENTS.
Snja Scnndtnnvlnn-Anierlcnn Bank
Case Mot Properly Tried.
BisMAJtcK, N. D., Nov. 3. Lack of
proper trial was tho ground on which
Justice Luther Blrdzell of the State
Supremo Court, In a minority opinion
filed here to-day, dissents from the ma
jority verdict of the Supremo Court,
handed down October 21, In which State
clllclals were permanently enjoined from
conducting an examination of the Scandinavian-American
.Bank of Fargo and
In which the majority of the Supreme
Court held that the Fargo bank was
solvent. Justice Blrdzell said:
"It Is to bo hoped that the condition
jf the bank Is such as to Justify the
reopening which closely followed the an
nouncement of the majority opinion.
Possibly an Immediate trial on the
merits might have given added assur.
anca as to the correctness of the findings
which are now based on a showing only
sufliclent for a prima facie case required
for a temporary Injunction. I can only
regard the final Judgment as being void
for lack of a trial conducted In accord
ance with due process of law."
Federal Forces Surround Reb'
els in Old Silver Mine.
Galveston, Tex., Nov. 3. Holding a
position that was Impregnable against
assaults but forced to submission
through lack of water and provisions,
tho last remaining forces of Emlllano
Zapata's army surrendered yesterday to
JVvtnnn U.,l.ml fnw.a linrlop flan f'rtolrt
Mexican Federal forces under Gen. Coslo
For fifteen days the Zapata force, es
timated at between 900 and 1,000 men,
had been surrounded In their hiding
place, the old Spanish stiver ralno tit
Huamatla in Morelos, according to re
ports received here by Mexican Consul
.Fierro. Gen. Itovelo invested tho mine
with a cordon which effectually cut off
retreat and yesterday Gen. Manuel
Palafox, former secretary to Zapata and
principal leader of the Zapatistas, and
Everrado Gonzales, Zapata's titular suc
cessor, together with the entire force of
Washington, Nov. 3. The State De
partment was advised to-day from
Saltlllo, Mexico, that revolutionists had
wrecked and plundered two freight
trains on the Coahulla and Zacatecas
ruilwv fifty miles from Saltlllo, Thurs
day and that the train crews were
threatened with death if they returned
to work. j
AIDS I. W. W. AND REDS
Anderson Sees Less Unrest
in Dry States.
William 11. Anderson, chairman of the
State Anti-Saloon League, made reply
yesterday to what he called "the mis
leading and untruthful statement of the
Association Opposed to National Pro
hibitions about prohibition helnlnz the
I. W. W. and tho Bolshevik!." He said:
"The Association ODDOsed to National
Prohibitions cannot give the name of a
single radical labor loader or of a single
recognized leader of tho L W. W. or
any other anarchistic propagandist who
has any record of any sort of genuine
activity in favor of prohibition.
"The statement of the association Is
at variance with the common experience
of mankind. Always In times of dis
order saloons have been closed. There
have been fewer labor disturbances in
prohibition States than In wet States. It
is truo that the radical element has been
Increasing, but It has Increased over the
entlro country In tho wet as well as
the dry centres.
Tho real truth Is that It is not pro
hibition but the specious nullification
activity of agencies llko the Association
Opposed to National Prohibitions, which
frankly announces Its main purpose to
be the prevention or tho enforcement of
prohibition, that Is menacing the nation
HELPED GERMANY IN WAR,
Waahlnuton Told of Alleged Ac
tivities of Cblcniro Concern.
Chicago, Nov. 8. That Sherman Ser
vice, Inc., u investigating agency,
whose offices were raided Saturday by
the State's Attorney, was employed dur
ing tne war Dy the German Consul In
noi.ton, was the announcement made to
day by George T. Kenney, secretary to
H tale s Attorney Maclay Hoyne. Wash
ington officials have been communicated
with to learn more of this connection.
The agency headquarters was raided
at the request of F. J. Nockels, secre
tary of the Chicago Federation of La
bor, on charges that tho agency had at
tempted to Incite strikers to racial
Confidence Leader Borrendera.
Cuicaoo, Nov. 8. John Henry Btro
snlder, alleged leader of a band of
confidence men, recently Implicated In
a $10,000 stock swindle, and who had
his headquarters In Atlanta, Ga.. ur.
renaered to-day, Strosnlders opera
tlonn are said to have netted him near
ly half a million dollars.
New Japanese Envoy Sees Lanalns
Washinqton, Nov, 3. Kijuro Shlde
hara, the new Japanese Ambassador to
the United States, made his first visit
to Secretary Lansing to-day at the
State Department He will present his
credentials to President Wilson as soon
as the President is able to receive m
REAL ESTATE NEWS,
NOTES AND GOSSIP
Downey Building Purchased by
tho Broadway-John Street
NEW BUYEBS WILD ALTER
Lacquer Manufacturers Take
House in 5th Av. District
Further Impetus was given to the
active buying movement In the vicinity
of Pino street yesterday by tho an-
nouncement that final contracts had
been signed for the sale of tho Downey
Building, at 136 to 140 Front street,
covering the entlro block front from
Pine to Do Peystcr streets. The pur
chaser, the Broadway-John Street Cor
poration, Ellas A. Cohen president, con
templates extensive alterations to the
building which, ndded to tho price paid
for the property, wilt bring tho total
Involved close to $500,000. Pease &
Elllman were the brokers In the deal.
With them wero associated Camman,
Voorhccs A Floyd.
Negotiations for the sale of tho prop
erty have been under way for some time.
The chief obstacle to the closing of the
deal was the demand of the Commercial
Cnronlclc, which owned and occupied
tho building for mnny years, that It be
allowed to continue its tenancy , under
n long term lease.
The building Is a six story structure
fronting 68.10 feet on Pine street and
63.2 feet on De Peystcr street. With
tho exception of the Lehman Building,
at Pine and Water streets, the property
covers tho entire square block. Speak
ing of the Intonse activity in the Pine
street section, as well as throughout the
entire downtown financial and business
district, W. H. Wyckoff, who closed the
deal for Pease & Elllman, said yester
day: "The dtunand for space Is going to be
far greater this spring than It has been
heretofore because so many large cor
porations are buying offlco buildings for
their own occupancy and giving notice
to the agents to have tho same vacated
so that they can take possession on
May 1. I know of one building, fifteen
stories, and another, twenty-two stories,
that have recently been purchased by
corporations which lntend,to occupy and
want to get possession on May 1. Tills,
of course, is going to scatter a large
number of concerns, so that I believe It
Is a wise move for any firm to buy now
so as to be assured of having space for
B EAST 40T1I STIIEI1T SOLD.
The Egyptian Lacquer Manufacturing
Company, Hugo Zellor president, has
purchased for Its executive headquar
ters from S. Morril Banner the four
story dwelling at 5 East Fortieth street,
acquired by Mr. Banner recently from
the Edward II. Perkins estate. The
dwelling occupies n lot 25x98.9, adjoin
ing the ten story Wlnfleld Building at
the northeast corner of Fifth avenue,
under lease to the Woolworth Company.
It was resold for Mr. Banner by the
Loton H. Slawson Company. The buy
ing company Is now located on Liberty
DETROIT WOMAN INVESTS.
Charles Wynne and Louis H. Low re
sold the seven story elevator apartment
house, on plot 50x100, at 375 Central
Park West. It la arranged for two fam
ilies on a floor, bringing a rontal of
$18,000. Tho buyer is a Mrs. Webb of
Detroit, Mich. Miss M. Monohan of
Dwlght, Archibald & Perry negotiated
COL. nOOSEVELT SELLS HOUSE.
Col. Theodore Roorsevelt sold his for
mcr residence at 165 East Seventy
fourth street, a four story structure
completely modernized a few years ago,
occupying a lot 20x102.2, about midway
between Third and Lexington avenues.
Col. Itoosevelt occupied tho houso up to
the time he left for France. He pur
chased the prAperty In February, 1914,
from tho Hyde Realty Company two
years after he had taken the house un
LESSEE BUYS DWELLING.
Douglas L. Elllman & Co. sold for
George H. Church, executor of the estate
of John W. Sterling, 21 East Seventy
third street, a five story remodelled
American basement dwelling, on lot
16x100, to M. Jackson Crispin, who re
cently leased the house through the same
NO VACANT STOIIES ON BTH AV.
William A. White & Sons leased for
a term of years the store and basement
at 721 Fifth avenue to the Nantoon Em
broidery and Loco Works, a Chinese
corporation having Its principal office
In Shanghai, China. This represents the
first lease taken by the corporation in
this country. The closing of the deal
removes from the market tho last vacant
Btoro on Fifth avenue.
AUCTIONS LOTS AT YONKCnS.
To close out tho holdings of the New
York and Yonkers Ileal Estate Company
and the Wakeflold Terminal Improve
ment Company Bryan L. Kcnnclly sold
at liquidation auction sale last Saturday
100 lots In Yonkers for $18,000. The
prices ranged from $75 to $400 a lot.
The auction was held In Phllllpsburg
Hall. Among the buyers were Patrick
Murray, Joseph Laase, Timothy McIIugh,
Martin Murray, Peter J. Hollohan, Anna
S Wagg, Patrick Rellly, William M.
Hobson, T. W. Bosscr, N. It. Walker,
John Dorsey and Antonio Calabrese,
CLOSE TEN DEALS IN 11IIONX.
F. W. Weiss & Co. have closed the
following sales In The Bronx: With A.
& C. Haley for Fritz Doll to Martin
Mahoney 2024 Newbold avenue; for Mrs.
Emma Glass to Frank J. Unser, ,2538
Toplar street; for A. S. Buckenham' to
TO .LET roil BUSINESS PURPOSES.
In modem twenty-three story office
150 NASSAU STREET
Space now occupied and shortly
to bt vacated by TUB SUN.
ApproxlmaUh 7,000 sq. ft. to
Abo basement and sub-basement
Most conveniently situated office
building In downtown Manhattan.
THE FRANK A. MUNSBV OD.
Cor. Chambers Street
THE SUN, TUESDAY,
Mr. Hammerlch, 1618 Ellison avenue:
for Tetta Laurea to William Itetfel. 1516
Benson avenue: for It. H. Arnold to
Adolph Holdgrum, 1320 Ellison avenue:
for U. II. Arnold to Mr. Moran, 3137
Halsely avenue; for Isadore Berg to
J "nilllo Ilarlo and' Anna Menette, 2896
.il' ttc avenue ; for Kathertne Weiss to
Junes Kelly, 2511 Poplar .street; for
Mrs, Stone to Louis Schwtmmer and
Max Raphael, 1704 St. Peter's avenue,
nnd for C. W. 1L Arnold to Alexander
B. Mooro, 1018 Benson avenue.
OTIIEn SALES IN MANHATTAN. I
BROADWAY The Mordecnl nenltv
Company, Benjamin Mordecal presi
dent, and tho Alliance Realty Com
pany, Walter Rosen prosldent, pur
chased, from the executors of Georgo
C. Boldt tho Ave story building at 440
Broadway, between Grand and How-
EAST 110TH STREET John R. David-
nun soia lor i. a. Harper the five story
slnglo flat at 8 East 110th street, plot
19.6x100.11. In nenrarn tr W.ll,..
EAST 114TH STREET Jamas' TT
Crulkshank resold to Charles Cohen at
115 East 114th street a three story
dwelling, lot 16x100. J. P. & E. J.
Murray mm tho iu,.
WEST 70TII STREET Hvr.t . xt
Sclxas Company resold for Hiram C.
Pickncy tho house at 314 West Sev
EAST 54TH STREET Title was taken
yesterday by Alice McLean to tho
East Fifty-fourth street plot recently
assembled by Douglas Gibbons & Co.
The deal comprises the three four
story brownstono dwellings at 121 to
125 East Flftv.frmrth .
WEST 144TH STREH7rn...M t -
sold to Santo Menino tho two Ave story
double flat houses at 228 and 230 West
7Cial ,t,ret' Jot S0N0. S. Soracl was
the broker. Jacob L Herman repre
sented the seller nnd Ralph B. Ittelson
WEST 176TH STREET The Nehrlng
,1 . uuleB Jennng president,
sold for Abraham Zauderer, Inc., 505
IV est 176th street, a five story new
law apartment house, 43x100, to Dr.
NORTHERN AVENUE H. T. Wood
nd Philip Potash sold for Louis Israel
son 1, 5 and 9 Northern avenue, three
flya story apartment houses with
WEST SEVENTY-SECOND STREET
samuei wneeler purchased the dwelling
163 West Soventy-second street from
the estate of Betty Rothfeld through
Slawson X- llrhh
WEST 106TH STREET E. H. Ludlow
& 1,0. sola for tho Guaranty Trust
Company, trustee, for the Amadon
Renlty Company, T. W. McLaughlin
president, the three Ave story apart
ments at 123 to 127 West 106th street,
WEST 212TH STREET Frederick
Brown sold to William H. Barnes 433
West 212th street, a Ave story apart
ment lious;, on plot 42.6x100, near the
Ttrnflflwnt. tnhlvni. mtatinn
WEST 144TH STREET Alexander Sel-
Kin, uavu jimiz ana Marry Katz sold
421 Weat 144th street, a four-story
AmerlrjLn hns.rn.nt YimiaA 9ftv1fln
WEST 191ST STREET Isaac Lowen-
ieia u cully corporation resold to Price
& Hammel C70 West 191st street, ad
joining the southeast corner of St.
Nicholas avenue, a Ave story new law
anartment liouRe. 49t104
WEST 113TH STREET George W.
Sasse sold for Mrs. Anna Flbel the
three story and basement dwelling,
18x100. !t 47 West 113th utrort.
WEST EIGHTH STREET The Amar
Realty Company, J. E. Mautner
president, sold to a client of John
Flnck tho clx-story loft building nt 53
Weat Eighth street, 25x94, which It re
cently purchased. Max Monfried, at-
t a 1' winrtiattntttA ,t,a .all...
LwEST 1 60TH STREET Charles' Fie Isch-
inuu uiu iur iMuur ocneiaei 10 an in
vestor the six story apartment house,
66x100, at 652 and 654 West 160th
WEST 14 3D STREET Duff & Brown
soia u iinu amnoii sv tvesi ia
street, a four story dwell'ng, 18x100.
HAST EIGHTY-THIRD STREET Peaso
& Elllman sold for E. L. Burllngame
the four story and basement dwelling.
18xl02.S, at 47 East Eighty-third
WEST 179TH STREET McDowell &
.MCManon soia ror .wane jteiny to ue
Wlllard Phlpard the three story dwell
ing, 18.9x100, at 615 West 179th street.
OTHE1X SALES IN THE 1HIONX.
PLIMPTON AVENUE J. Clarence
Davles sold for Samuel Shllonsky
1372 and 1374 Plimpton avenue, two
two story frame private houses, each
on lot 15x100.
LORING PLACE E. Osborne Smith
sold for Mrs. E. Elterich 2301 Lorlng
place, a three Btory dwelling, 36x100,
to Sarah Palcy.
AVENUE ST. JOHN Tile Bencnson
Realty Company purchased from a
client of A. Blumenthal 977 and 986
Avenue St, John, two Ave story new
law apartment houses, each on a plot
WinTLOCK AVENUE Maurice Kaa-
trlner Bold for the A. Arent Company
to an Investor the Ave story new law
house, at 947 Whltlock avenue.
SIMPSON STREET Alexander Selkln
DEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. REAL, ESTATE AT AUCTION.
SPECIAL AUCTION SALESDAY
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12TH
At 12 o'clock Noon, at the Exchange Salesroom, 14-10 Vesey St., N. Y.
EXECUTORS' & TRUSTEES' SALE
Estate of Alfred Marshall, Deceased;
BT OHDF.lt OF FI.OnFrF M. IMKKIN .NI M njiON MARSHALL.
EXKOUTOHS AND THU.4 rr.ES.
113-115 AMSTERDAM AVE.
Houthrait COHNKIl West (Uth St.
120-122 CHRISTOPHER ST.
Southeast CORNEK Bedford St.
1694-1096-1C98-1700 TIHRD AVE.
and 183 EAST 95TH ST. being .
INorthweit COHNKIl of Third Ave. and Eaat 03th St.
' 84-86 GROVE ST.
Running Through to Sheridan Square. -CO
2-3 May Remain on Mortgage for 1 or 3 Years at 5.
PTITTON & KILSHEIMKR, ATTORNEYS. 198 BROADWAY.
TO CLOSE ESTATE OP
JAMES RUFUS SMITH, DECEASED,
' BY OKDKlt
LUCIUS II. BEERS A.VI1 IIENBY I) IS FOItEST BALD IV IN, I5XECTJTOB8.
469-471-473-475 BROOME ST.
S. IV. COIINER Grerne Street
47 WEST 39TII ST.
FRANKLYN B. LORD. ATTORNEY. 40 WALL ST.
63-65-67 PRINCE ST.
11.3 CROSBY ST.
Entlra Block Front, Two CORNERS
7S5-7S7-739 WASHINGTON ST. '
RUNNING THKOUail TO
129 BANK ST.
121 WEST 63D ST.
SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED DOOKMAPS.
BRYAN L. KENNELLY, Auctioneer
150 Broadway, New York City. Telephone 1547 Cortlandt.
NOVEMBER 4, 1915.
solcl for Ida Brantman the two story
brick dwelling 1229 Simpson street, 25
WASHINGTON AVENUE R. Rasmus
sin sold for Henry Bleshell 1837 Wash
Ington avenue, a three story flat, to
FOREST AVENUE The George Oold
blatt Company resold for a client of
Charles Slegel Levy 1180 Forest ave
nue, a two family house, on lot 20
RESERVOIR PLACE R. nasmussln
sold for the Adamant Real Estate Com
pany to Mrs. Christine Eberhard the
two family house nt 230 Reservoir
VERIO AVENUE The George Gold
blatt Company sold for tho Cross Im
provement Corporation the four brick
dwellings at 4273 to 4279 Verio avenue,
Woodlawn Heights, plot 88.2xl81x Ir
Henry Shapiro 4 Co. leased to Max
Bornsteln tho flvo story building at 124
Delancey street and tho Ave story build
ing at 101 Norfolk street.
Charles B. Walker leased the six story
loft building at 394 Canal street to tho
New York Asbestos Company.
m Tnnenbaum Corporation leased to
tho Carman Supply Company tho store
and basement at 111 to 145 West Sev
Spear & Co. leased tho eleventh loft
at 594 Broadway to the Perfect Coat
Pad Company, the flfth loft at 86 Fifth
avenue to Gluckman & Kellson: the top
loft at 15 and 17 West Eighteenth street
to D'Anglo Bros. ; the top floor nt 16 and
18 East Twelfth street to Fellenbaum
Bros.; ,th flrst loft at 868 Sixth ave
nue to B. Waldman : the Afth loft at 225
Greene street to Reach A Kantrowltx;
tho third loft at 37 East Twentieth
street to the Universal Doll OutAtters,
and the second floor ati88 University
place to the Maynard Miller Company.
William A. White & Sons leased to
Morris Goldberg and Joseph Trager a
loft at 179 Greene street; to Goldstein,
Toron & Goldstein a loft at 127 and 129
Bleecker street, and to Bleldon Paper
Company the store and basement at 131'
and 133 Bleecker street.
Peaso & Elllman let furnished to
Warren S. Crane' the four story ond
basement twenty foot dwelling at 124
East Sixtieth street, between Park and
Douglas L. Elllman A Co., Inc., leased
a furnished duplex apartment at 270
Park avenuo to Mrs. Anson R, Flower, a
furnished apartment nt 540 Park ave
nue to'W. N. Davey and a furnished
apartment at 161 East Seventy-ninth
street to L. F. E. Hofnagel.
William A. White & Sons leased an
apartment at 44 West Tenth street to
Georgo L. Lucns and one nt 7 East
Fifty-fourth street to John E. Liggett.
M. C. O'Brlon sold for Robert Wens
ley a vacant plot, 20x100x50x175, on
Atlantic avenue near Schenectady ave
nue: for Gustav T. Lawrence 429 East
ern Parkway, a two story and base
ment two family dwelling, 20x85 ; for
Edward L. Swan 1135 Carroll street,
a two story two family dwelling, 22x127,
and for William H. Konther and Ida A.
Blschoft 395 New York avenue, a two
story two family dwelling. 20x100.
Mclnerncy KUnck Realty Company
sold the three story brick and limestone
business and apartment building on the
east side of Flatbush avenuo north of
Tllden avenue for Frank Olive.
Allard & Levey sold tho apartmont
house at 1326 Flfty-Afth street, plot 40
Charles C. Stelle sold the three story
and basement brick house at 156 Berk
eley placo to Georgo T. Hammond.
Melstcr Builders, Inc.. sold to J.
Matrlslctano 1816 Gravesend avenue, a
one story business building.
Isaac Lowenfeld and William Prager
sold to Louis Silverman the plot, SOx
100, on Douglas street 142 feet south
of Pitkin avenue.
Robert E. Farley Organization sold
for the Westchester Syndicate their
house on Alexander avenue at Battle
Hill Park, White Platns, to Charles E.
Burchell of Brooklyn.
IN THE AUCTION ROOMS.
The following auctions are scheduled
for this week:
AT 14 VESEY STltEET.
Wednesday. November 5.
By Henry Brady,
PITT BT, 7, n , 40 w Uroome it, SOilOO.
o Btf tenemt Jaa W Haliteatl, truslra
Mrs Mary Jackson, vs Louis Levy et all
attys, Ualdwln, Fisher I'oltor: referee,
John A Mullen; 'due, 315,100: taxes, 4c,
Thursday, November 6.
, By Henry Brady.
HOTH ST, 3E.se cor 5th av, JSilO0.ll.
4 sty dwlK Mary H Blevla va Martha M
t'onntar: fttty, M J Mulqusen: referee,
Jaa A Lynch; due, UO.JIC.It; tax, Ac,
AMSTERDAM AV. n cor 119th at,
xlOO, vacant Bayard and Paul looker
man and Frederic da Payater Foster, as
trustees, vs John B Berry Co at a!
ally, Wm A Alcock? rater, Jamta Cot
ter Connell; due, 126,112.50: taxea, Ac,
I3r Bryan L. Kennelly.
S4TH T, 117 E. n a, 104 w Sd av,
22JII.I, 7 atv liolrl Maura M Carter va
Wm Hradl.y t-t at; attr, Kdw J McQulro;
rat, Joa HcClokt-.
By Joaeph 1'. Day.
4Tn ST, til W. n a, 325.6 w 10th av. 24.1
HOO.t, i aty Hat Franklin Biv Bank va
Kltiabeth Schulthlea et al; atty, WIKon
M rowell; raf, Raphael Brtll; due. Si:,
444.10; tax en. Ac, $47t.70.
Vritlnr. November 7.
ny Henry Brady.
S1AD1SDN AV, H4S.S0, a w cor 105th at.
50.11X70, two 6 aty (lata Carrie mix
Welaa va Nathan Morsenroth et al; attya,
Goldamlth. Cohen, Cola tt Welti; ref,
Itlohard F Weeka; due, 5,ll.t0; taxea,
Ac, I3S7.5S; aub two mt( agirecatlnc
Thuradar. November 6.
By Joaeph r. Day.
I'HLIIAM PARKWAT S. a a cor Narratan
aett av, StxlOO, vacant Edmun4 D Ilrlnl
va Rosa Welaa et al; atty, Lewis S Marx;
REAL ESTATK AT AUCTION.'
whom did you vote for?
You have attended to that now come to my
Today, Election Dav, 11 A. M.
Exchange Salesrooms, 14 Vesey St., N. Y. city,
where I shall sell to the highest bidders
986 Hunts Point Lots
Each To Be Sold Separately
on Hunts Point, Ryawa, Oak Point and Randall avenues and adjacent
avenues and streets.
By order of I dT
Central Union Trust Co. et al., to Liquidate Holdings ol
Bronx Terminal Comp any
You have done one American duty today-you
Do another good American duty start yours
and your children's future with
A TEN DOLLAR BILL
$10 secures a $100 lot worth $500
$20 secures a $200 lot worth $750
$50 secures a $500 lot worth $1,500
The eight uater front parcels, with valuable water
grants, will be sold at absolute auction sale before
the 986 lots are disposed of.
Terms of Sale
10 caih day of tale, 10
caah in 30 days and 2 a
month thereafter, with Auc
tioneer's and Salesroom fee
at time of eale.
Title Poller of Lawyers' Title In
surance and Trust Company
without cost to the purchaser.
1 11 KParn rmniTIV
BROOKLYN HEAT. ESTATE FOK HALE.
THE FINEST COTTAGE DEVELOPMENT IN
86th Street (oIonial Road to Narrows)
We have purchased both sides of this beautiful
boulevard in the heart of the finest residential sec
tion of Bay Ridge, and are erecting thereon the most
modern type of 7, 8, 9 and 10 room semi-detached
cottages with garages.
This property adjoins the famous Shore Road
Driveway and Crescent Club grounds.
The houses are on plots 150 feet deep with private
driveway in rear of property for garage entrances.
Every new feature in construction combined
with all the latest improvements and conveniences
make these houses ideal homes.
Prices $13,500 to $18,000
4th Ave. Subway to 86th St. Station (3 blocks
to property). Sc. fare to Manhattan.
By automobile via Fourth Ave. and Shore Road
Sales representative on property daily and Sunday.
HYGRADE HOMES., INC, Builders
Now Ready for Sale
MACE ESTATES PROPERTY
A One Family Houses r t j
004 Now Being Built 1)0 4
3 Mocks from Subway Station and Bronx Park,
READY FOR OCCUPANCY ABOUT DECEMBER l.t.
ALLERTON AVE. & WHITE PLAINS ROAD
Houses are ot brick and stucco: 6 rooms and tiled bath; hardwood
trim throughout; parquet floors.
EACH ON PL,OT 25x100.
LEITNER BRENER & STARR 'nc
rKUbfttl & WtiltUMtSTER AVES.
Agent on Premiaaa Saturday and Sundays. Alio Election Day.
HEAL ESTATE IX) U HALE FLO RI DA,
rnOFIT AND PLEASURE come to owners of
grapefruit or orange groves at LAKELAND
HIGHLANDS, FLORIDA. You can own a groio
at SHALL COST and realise LA ltd B PROFITS
producing INDEPENDENT I NIX) UK; jour
grove will increase In value each rear and la al
way salable; send for Illustrated took No. 2
showing groves and prodta. W. F, II ALL AN It
CO., Owners, 12. ith av N. Y. Tel. Mad. Bq.lSt
j-IEft&S Business Property
ref. J" " Mitchell: due. ll.SJl.JSS taxea,
i4& b"':"' b. n .. is w id ;0
3 aty dwli Mary Kox and Katherine
Murphy, aa aurvtvlng iu. ,.
and te.tamont " Ella tVConnor. v Kail"
Donnelly et al; atty, Bdw K Moran; ref,
Seymour Morki due. I5.671.M; taxei. Ac.
120TII ST, 130 W Alexander John "
Patrick aaffney Co, Inc. owner; Coamlo
Film Co, contractor ".li.?
I.TII ST. 133 W Roae Newman "ja nat
fiamuel Crook, owner and contractor,
John F Keoua-h, contractor
BATISFIKD MECHANICS' aLIENS.
ID AV. 145-eilverman A Denbera: aralnat
Morrla Nordhelmer et al; Feb n.
Mt" ST. ' iU' and' 'Hi ' W ijudion 'iron
and W re Work.. Inc. '"' E.U-.
nam Realty and Construction Co etaU
ID AV.4' lU-MorrlV Coien ' if Vln.t' John
Palmlerl et al; Au 18. 191 1T"
It UAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
Send for Bookmap
31 Nassau St.
'Phone Rector 6300.
TakeeltherBronxSubway to Hunts
: wiai otauon. my representative
will be there to direct you.
I 1IKOOKL.YN REAL. ESTATE FOR RALE.
At Moktnler Square, KSth Street
Iloston Road, liuslnesa centre, ele
gant location. A ( atory, 20 family
apartment houae, 8, and 6 rooma;
all improvements; ranta l,00, very
I?Wi to ,7-11": mortgage 120,.
000; clear Income 12,000 ever ex
penses. Price 1(5,000; want offer,
H. T. WOOD
FURNISHED AFAKTMENT.H TO LKT.
5 Room Apartment, "
$200 Per Month.
172 Lex. Ave., at 3 1st St.
Athforth & Co., Inc., 501 5th At.
LONG ISLAND REAL ESTATK I'on SAI.K. (
Why Not Visit-
25 ARTISTIC BUNGALOWS
Just Bcinr Comtltled
7 NOW REAUY TO MOVE INTO
Where Sea'horo 3t CSoimtry Combine
Representative Always on 1'ro rrty
llIt:l.H M.OOO TO SU.AMl
24 Minutes irom Grand Central
Lareo llvlni, dining room, kitchen, 3
bedrooms, bath all on one floor. cIcMunod
for tho housekeeper' convonliwo and
comfort: furnace, gaa range, oloctric light,
This unique all year Dungalow Settle
ment Is beyond the cltjra nol and dirt,
Purchaser Riven water rights for bathing
Tako any subway cli&ngo at Grand
Central for Queenaboro Hubway Cornna
Line to Junction Avo. atatlon, then trollny
north to the property,
L'Ecluse Washburn & Co., Inc.
1 W. 3lth St. Tel. Ktrt Greeley
The Unusual Homo Community
Park Thnt You Hove Heard So
The New Homes, Country Club,
Golf Course, Bathing Beach,
Yacht Pier, Beauty in New York.
By Tralnt I'onn. Sta.. 22 mln. (White
atone llranch), take 1120, 12:22, 122
Ily Motor: 2." mln.. 30th St. Hrlde",
Jacknon Ave. to Kltudilng at High Hchool.
turn up Whltcstouo Avo. to Malba.
New Houses Open for Inspection.
Office at Malba Station
MALBA ESTATES CORP..
217 nrondway. Barclay 4.1M.
Colonial house, 7 rooms, bath, steam
heat, electric light, gas, parquet floors
handsomely decorated; garage; t minutes
walk to Hollls Station. 1'rJce JS.SOO. n.
II. DAYS & CO.. Pulton Ht. and Hollls
Ave.. Hollls, .N Y. Phone 6351.
Bargain In several beautiful house?,
large grounds, fine location. 112,000 to
Jl 6,000 each. Property will have to b
keen to be appreciated. II. 11. DAYS fc
CO., Fulton t. and Hollls Ave,, Hollls,
N. Y. Phono 354.
FOR BAL.B Unusually attractive all the
year home; new Colonial brick dttellinr,
with garage; flrnt floor haa large living
room, dlnlne room, kitchen, extra toilet
and laundry In basement; second floor, t
bedrooms, tiled bath; Interior finished
throughout In white enamel woodwork and
mahogany finished doors; parquet floors
throughout; hot water heat, gas; electricity,
sewer, &c; restricted section: no assein
ments; 6 minutes' walk to large park and
bathing; one block express station IS min
utes Grand Central, 5-cent tare; $2,000
cash required, balance on terms. For plan
and photo call, write or phone J. 8.
WITHERS, 62 Vanderbllt Ave., N. T
Room 1309. Tel. Vandcrb.lt 7667.
forest Bills Gardens
II Mlnutea from Penna. Statloa.
Bouses and Villa Plota For Sals.
AGE FOUNDATION HOMES CO.
47 V. Jth SU or Foreat IllUs. U L
AM BUII.DINQ two Colonial dwellings.
6 and 7 rooms, tile bath. Rlaaaed In porches
all Improvements; complete In every de
tail; larse Plots, ideal environment, clos4
to station; 29 minutes electric service to
Penn. Station. Price l:.C00; reasonable
terms to the rlcht people. Call, phon. or
write J. S. WITHKRS. 62 Vanderbllt Ave
nue. Tel. Vanderbllt 7047. Room 1309.
An Unusual Opportunity
Modern Colonial home, 7 rooms, hath, sun sad
dining porch ; house finished throughout in ei
cellent taste; grounds attractively lsndscape!
restricted section ; pood school and atora fsclll
ties; 7 minutes' walk to atatlon; lesa than halt
hour from hew York. Fall particulars, plan snl
photograph. Telephone or write. J. WITHEI'.S.
Si Vanderbllt sr. ; telephone Vanderbllt 7W7
T1TK CAT.IFOItNIA OF TIIK EAST
rljjltatrs, S. 3.
la the l'laoe for You to Ii
at. U Williams Male. Aer..l W.ltth, at. N.T.
NKW junsr.v nr.AL, estate foii sale.
on the 4
Several house. E
now under con
Are to seren 5
rooms, we Invite tou to see plans and 1
5 location. Prices 17,60 to $11,000. 3
3 IN KESTItlCTKU TRKK1TOKY
I PAI.ISADI3 HOMES INC.
p Office at the Junction
rallaade, N. J. Phone Cllffslde 190. s
A high class resident,
property, tho moi
pensive In Knglu mj
'now offered for sale
Stone house. .
beautiful, all md
e r n 1 mprovem n'n
Ample grounds, with garage, stable
pardencr'e cottaaio. gardens, greenhu a.
tennis court. Choicest location possib e
Shown by appointment.
If. WKATHKltllY & CO.. Kngleivootl, N. 3.
HOUSE, sli rooms, hath, plot 60x
garage; best section, (6,900, cash I
have also cheaper houses; attractive l- (
IHNNEHKlLv 117 Elm Ave.. Dngota. V J
110,000 II1UH C1.ASS two family h.
every Improvement; two atertm plants n
latlnn; nlnt EOxlOO: r..H IS finn lilw,.
I T1BIU 117 Elm Ave.. Dogota. N. J.
' HatkP.maCk Hithk nn" Homes, e.V.'OO I p
Boundary Realty Co., 80 Church M N. 1-
WKhTCIIKhTKK IIKA1. KSTAH..
luc. Six oth Av. N. T,
Bale or Rent.
Kenneth Ives & Co.,
7 Knst 48d Pt. Murray Hill fi3J.
IX. Vfcll Westchester .v.
CONNECTICUT RKAI, EsTATT
COUNTRY HOME HAROA1N
At Olenbrook, Ct Nice 8 room r.oue eta.
hot water heat, gas, iloctririt) , city K
rage. Plot 10!i lie. Krult. garden, Ar Pn eS
Near Stamford on high lull -Homo f "
bath, heated; electricity. Plot tyiW1
rsp;e. rnce ia"u.
Nesr Stamford- Another 7 room huue
hot air heat; garase: lot enxlRO- l'ru- !'
On Slate Iload -I'iie miles from Snnf
acres. Hoove, .0 rooms, bath utia
electricity, llarn Oarage- l'ne I im
I.KM.IK V. SMITH
441 Atlantlo St Tel. ;:0 Hia.r
I Latld & Nichols
foil, or rent
OnOhe Ridge m New Rxhdlc
The llnnil Spot ot lieautlful U'eatclie.ter,
I Tel 1717, tireenivleli Con.