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THE .SUN WEDNESDAY; NOVEMBER, '5; 19i9
Company. lh Hh.f r...i -... . T
Company,. and,, th,er Btandard Burfacln-'
WJS! ??Jh from Ennl, 8,n 1
uiiuuiu .reuiiiA n.i iimin in ihma
"baiomeht WW" bulldlnc ttx
I 105; -at 170 Viit-a.v.,.n.i.A ... .
i 1 sulumUH..". . . .
... 'W rt, . LmiiiiVUo lo accommodate
Sold bj' J.:j?..Dayvfor $1.720,tiJ uiftoM justness.
050 at SeC iPcssip.H :qi ' 'niiKLv estate, sold.
limitc H'tt, Aiiptiftn Arthur C. fcherlolan offered at volun-
HUIltS LOW. AUCUOn. .laryauctlort last Bhturday on the prem-
i , ,. ., J-j t tSnele. street .and Foreat roaa,
'' - i. Tenaflr. N. 0., the", Wardwsll place of
OTHER BEAMY. REPORTS, I'V? ,Ul a ,,ir8 irranUe "
f. uolmari, a. manufacturer of 2 West
. , THtrty.thtr,d'treetNew York, purchased
Adlon nnd AldufcTcn-aco Spld;j",.proprr T
' Avenue Gorhor.'
HEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
I HEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. I REAL ESTATE AT AttnTIOK. I nr.AT. KiiVatv. at limnu I 2
i : : r-: ,4 -
8. MOSS LUASES THEATRE.
'i 8. Moss teased the nletuni th'nntr
now under construction, at Norman and I
Meserale avenues,. In- the tJreenpolnt sec i
tlon of Brooklyn, for twelve yeara at an
. .... -.-.. ,i.i rrr- ?:."."""" in ul-i
in spue ' '""'""fi "" ife is .nuut.on elht lots and has a.
dy and minds of cltlUM taken up with frontasje ot ISO feet on, Lorlmer street
nolltks and the majority at. non-voters 5 deptlFi, of 100 feet .on both sides.
" . . . . ... ... The. main entranco'wlll txi' on Manhet-.,
u.tnr the y ' ' nj". " Un, avenue..VTho' seat)ri capacity will
the Hunt's Point Terminal property had reach ;S0O.' V j "
been old by auction- ,at'v t o'clock last I h
been old by auctlqu-
nlfht by Joseph P. Day1- tor 1114,150.
Some lots brought as low as 1100. Elfht
Itnte parcels along- the waterfront, ln
cludlns the fourteen acres sold last week
thrpuf h a private contract, were bought
by the Dollar Steamship Company for
uuboken nnoicEn m n. deals.
J. J. Kl.lak of Hoboken has sold the
-Wilson and Lincoln apartment houses In
Jersey City for A. Boeraiteln to Dr. A.
RosenofT; also the factory at 40S and
0i Jefferson street, Hoboken, tot Leh
man Broa. to A. Wlntner, and a fac
sey CU, for J.
11.720.3S0. A larfe crowd attended the iorr ... inj ... n.iwi.'t. t
Ale nU UlUUIIlft IIIV IWM I1N WVtJ
throughout the .session,
The sale will be continued this morn-
InrV 11 o'clock In H Vesey street, and
Mr.Oay wlU hold .forth .until every lot
shall have been sold.
Mr. Day said last night: "To-day's
buyers have obtained many rare .bar
Among- the buyers at yesterday's sale
were Louis R,,Brg, George 3. Kohn and
Georre J. Vernon. On behalf of a
client Mr. Berg bought the plots O end
JL bounded roughly by Farragut street.
llyawa avenue ana me Terminal com
outy's new bulkhead. The two plots
coree.twenty.-nlne and, a haf aeres, for
which Mr. Berg paid 'an average of
111,250 an acre, or a total of 2572,320.
The itwo adjoining piots, t2 ana i .
uhlcfr extend to Hunt's Point avenue,
were' bought by Mn Kohn for 'a client
t ''an'" average off $18,100 an 'acre f6r
plot F and 210,200 an acre for plot
E, or a total of 2319,520 for the .entire
sixteen and three-quarters acres.
The highest price paid was 2472,375
for plots C .and D, which ware bought
by George' "C. Vernon,, The total area
in these, two tplots ls 'twenty-tour and
ont-auarter .acres, the average price
being 219,500 an acre. The plots bought
by Mr. Vernon adjoin ;tne property-purchased
by the Dollar Steamship Com
y lay,, which, it Is said, wlll'be uaed. as
a terminal by that company. In the op
eration of ' lta Steamship line to the
The plots' bought- by MrJ Vernon are
boundd-on the west by.Jlyawa avenue,
,cn the north by Farragut street and
Hunt's Point avenue and on the east
by the Piers extending Into the East
Mr, Day disposed of n number of
plots on the uplands also owned by the
Bronx Terminal Corporation. The. buy;
ers were for the most part prlVate In
vestors who were Interested In the prop
erty from the standpoint of Its residen
tial possibilities. Bidding was cautious
but steady, the crowd being somewhat
larger than that of the preceding day
when the lots In the Longwood avenue
section were sold. The Increased attend
ance was due of' course not to ahy dif
ference In the desirability of the prop
.rtv. but rather to the "holiday.
The highest price paid for a single, lot,
In the upland area- was stou, wnicn was
received for the triangular site at the
Foutheastern tip of thev block bounded
by Hunts Point avenue, Ryawa avenue
and Farragut street. The other lots In
this block brought prices 'ranging from
2350 to 2650.
JYATAIf SON PlinCIIAlB.
Max N. Natanson has purchased from
the estate of John Healy the Adlon,can
eight story fireproof apartment houeo."
100x100, at 533 ' and 635 West ll2th
street. The house is arranged for forty
families &'hd brings an annual-rental of
.about 250,000. It was sold for cash.
11. Halpln, from the office of Thomas J.
O'Reilly, was the broker.
ALDUS TEItllACE BOLD.
i.Charles Wynne and Louis Hi Low sold
to the Max'roe Realty Company the Al
'sua Terrace, a six story elevator apart
ment houee, 100x100. at the southwest
corner of 185th street and SL Nicholas
avenue. The house is arranged for
forty families and has eight stores. Its
annual rental Income -Is' 338,000. I.
Jloienthal and Max Rosenfeld were the
LEASES FIFTH AVE. COBNER,
. Through the recording of leases, It was
learned that the United Cigar Stores
Company has leased from the Hoffman
Bros. Realty' Company the Ave' story
Rlebrecht Building, at the northeast cor
ner of Fifth avenue and Thirty-eighth
street, directly opposite Lord & Taylor
and.BonwIt, Taller A Co., for a term of
twenty-one- years from August 1 1224,
The lease Is 'arranged' on'a,net grad
uating basts, the tenant agreeing to pay
from JS5.000 to 275,000 a year. The
rental for the 'first term will aggregate
around 31,500,000. S. M. Stroock, attor
ney, represented .the-owner.
LAUtllSTON' CHANGES IIATTpS.
The Leicestershire Realty Company,
rtanklln I'ettlt president, sold to A.
lilumenthal the Laurlston, at 1232 Mad
ison avenue, northeast corner of Eighty-
ninth street, a seven story elevator
apartment building, 100x81, containing
eight and nine rtm apartments. The
property is assessed at 2240,000. Mr.
niumen'hal recently bought the Kim
berly, at 5$ West 154th street
BENEXSOX CO. IN TWO DEALS.
The Benensan Realty .Company sold
to J, Tannenbaum 2240 and 2242 Valen
tine avenue a five story new' law
apartment house, 75x100, containing
thirty apartments, and to Dr. Charles I.
Klein 2343 Ryer avenue, a five story
thirty family apartment house on a plot
The Berencon' Company has purchased
Jrsrr. the' William 3. Kenny? Company
th northeast comer of Webster avenue
"nd 204th. street, two flva story new law
Apartment buildings, 60x100 irrer lar.
Violt &. Co. were the brokers. '
BUY FOUIVTH AVENUE LOFT.
I. Randolph Jacobs and -Everett Ja
cobs purchased-.trom the Qreene Estate
the eight' story rtore and loft building
t-SO'.and 22 Fourth, avenue, fifty-five
feet north of Tenth street. This prop
erty was built several years ago by tho
Dewey Construction Company lOabuts
trace Church on Its Westerly Une. The
brpkerswere. Whiting ft Co. and Ewlng,
Bacon & Henry. , .
LEASES Dn. JACOBI, HOWE.
i Albert .B.' Ashfnrtii.,
for a long period of years for the estate lKi irvill
ft Dr.Abrahanr .Jacobf his' forme r reel- S?,!5 t5 .
dunes, at 1 East Forty.seventh street t'&.$L,
a four storv ud. h.,n.n .. E- WhIU
OTHER SALES XN MANHATTAN.
-WEST 122D, STREET Marcus L. Osk
has purchased from the Qlllesplo tn'
tate, represented by J. Boyce Smith,
the three story building, 20x100.11, at
11 West 122d street.' The brokers
were E. H. Ludlow it Co.
WEST TWENTIETH STREET The
Real Estate Management Company
and O. S. Wright have sold for David
Davidson t the three story dwelling,
2.tx56,7, at 3.02 West Twentieth
street to A. L. Maher. Jr. i
SEVENTH AVENUE The 742 Seventh
Avenue Corporation (J. M. Reynolds,
E. J. Lyon and E. H. Gold, directors) ,
has been formed to take Over the
three story bulldlns. 25.2x32. at the
northwest corner of Seventh avenue 1
am? Forty-ninth street. Title .to the
property Is held by the Gallatin Op
, crating Company.
FIRST AVENUE LUzle Kreutner has
sold through J. Doyle the Ave story
tenement 13x94, at 200 First avenue,
near Eighteenth street
RIVERSIDE DRIVE The 'Claremont
Court, a six story elevator' apartment
house, 120x25, at 631 Riverside Drive,
has 'twen' sold by Rosa Btratton
through P. A. Edmlston and H. T.
Wood. The property shows an an
nual rental of 329,000.
EAST FIFTT-THIRD STREET Doug
las L. Elllman & Co. have sold for
Oscar Saegner 56 East Fifty-third
street a four story dwelling, 16x100.
WEST 138TH STREET John If.
Pierce has sold for the Equitable X4fe
Assurance Society 210 West 123th
street, a three story, dwelling, 22x100,
to Hallle Cragwell.
EAST 105TH STREET Dr. A. Bartlile
has bought from Samuel Krulewltch
a dwelling, 18x100, at. 125 East 105th
MADISON AVENUE Mary C McLean
purchased 74 Madison avenue and
will remodel the property for a tea
room. The sale was made through.
Harris & yaughan for the Suae es
tate, which valued the property at
EAST FOURTEENTH STREET Min
nie Neburg 'sold to S. Ruben and
others two six stdry tenements, 4x
103,2, at 234 to 240 East Fourteenth
street renting for 329.500. M. Gold
berg negotiated tho deal.
RIVERSIDE DRIVE Mandel Pres
berger bought from Freed & Cross
Holding Company, A. Friedman pres
ident the Sutherland, a nine story
apartment 32x115, at the northeast
i corner of Riverside Drive and 155th
i atreet, through S. & J, H. Albert and
EAST 110TH STREET John R. David
son sold for L. S. Harper the five
story single flat. 17.6x100.11, at 8
East HOlh - street "to George H.1
OTHER SALES IN TIIE BRONX. .
UNIVER8ITT AVENUE Morris Sax
sold for'Krumdlck Bros, the five story
new law apartment house. at 1170
University avenue, or n p'ot 42x160.
UINFORD PLACE Itura & Uren, Inc.,
sold for a Miss Deutsch 1545 Mlnford
places, near. 172d street a four story
new law apartment house, 33.3x100.
MONTEREY AVENUE E. Sharum sold
to Harry Smolensky and A. Denen
burr 2015 Monterey avenue, a five
story apartment hotise, 51x96, renting
for about $9,600. A. D. McRae -was
VY8E AVENUE John A. Stelnmetx
sold for Adolph Hollander 2121 Vyse
avenue, a three family 'brick house
with Janitor's apartment on lot 2Sx
100, to J. Horowltx. Also sold for
' Arc .Realty Company 2116 Vyse ave
nue, a two family three story brick
house, on lot 20x100, to Thomas Jones.
ROSEDALE AVENUE John-A. Steln
metx sold for Frank M. Taylor a plot
60x62 known as tots fit and 64 on
block 2895 on Rosedala avenue to E.
DALY AVENUE Armstronr Carpen
ter sold for Thomas J. Tlghe the two
family dwelling, 21x148, at 1922 Daly
avenue to Max Schwartz.
BROOK AVENUE 'Schwab A Co. sold,
a two family dwelling. 25x100. at 1266
Brook avenue, and for R. F. Junker4
the two family, dwelling, 25x114, at
242 Freeman street '
EAST 162TH STREET Mrs. Mary
Shift bought from Dr. Grad the' apart
ment at 605 East 168th street, corner
of Franklin avenue, through S. Jaffa.
CAULDWELL AVENUEVr- Charles J.
Fleck & Co. sold for the parr le Realty
Company 856 to 862 Cauldwell ave
!hue, northeast corner of 160th' 'street
four five story flats, 147.6x102.
BELMONT AVENUE A. L. FrumentO
sold for Albert H. McCarthy; a three
family house, 25x100, at .1936 Belmont
avenue to D Angelo and another,
FORE8T AVENUE The George Gold
blatt Company resold for a client of
Charles Slegel- Levy 1120 Forest ave
nue, a two family house, 20x100..
KA8T 124TH STREET ' Gabriel J.
-.Brandt bought' froiri Lucy'Edwards the
dwelling, 101x100, at ,470 East 124th
street. John T. Prendergast was the
broker. He also sold 'for1 John Lantry
to Ye'tta Adelman 'the two family
house, 25x100 at 1236 Lawrence ave
nue, nnd for the Dpiry estate to' Mary
li. Wilson the dwelling, 26x100, at
169 East 141st street ,
lltEO AVENUE George Goldblatt &
Co. bought four dwellings at 4272 to
4279 Vlreo avenue, on a plot '88xl21x
Irregular, .and sold a two family house,
20xlOOJ at 1120 Forest avenuo.
i i i
George R. Read A Co. leased the store
so nroadrfav to the N. Y. and Ar.
gentlne Steamship Corporation. ' '
Huberth & liubertn Jessed the ga-
bulldlng now under construction
Sixty-first street to C. T,
ij-ui i is tne
Opportunities such as this come once in ,
a lifetime '
THINK OF IT!! ;
Yesterday lotd on Hunts Point Ave., with trunk sewer in and a
trolley line running now, sold as low as $350 each.
Lots on adjacent streets sold as low as $100 each.
JL P. Schuck, General Eastern Agent of the Dollar Steamship Com
pany, bought 10 lots for $260 each. ' y ' .
Real Bargains Are Yet to Be Obtained
267 Hunts Poiht Lots
Including Some of the' Bpst . V .
Remain to Be Sold
ROD AND- GUN 'fsJ.EW'-S
MR WATKR FOR LOCAL ANGLERS FROM NGrtMDiit80VK&lBKR 0,
nSr'Li VVSZT "US."' OOvernars-,- WUlits No
fswiS lis SS- m f IS 1 s- s" ?-
""TenioorBi. S.U SiW SUB 8:40 8:50 HO iSi 5.-07 ,IU3I
Cod Increasing Off lorn Death.
Quits a .n.tt fl.h.4 .t,. t ...
fhSUS on.?un.'l)' eaught cod.
llnr1".r"i-b" a,." Chl, I"io' wher.
wruk ..'n.!r". bund"ce. The Tea
?LrcJf.w..!',hd too forblackllsh. When
rss rtturaln'c to Wreck Ld
ana unlawful1 destruction
; for whatever they will bring.
Located on Hunts Point, Ryawa, Oak Point and Randall Avenues
and adjacent avenues and streets, r " y : ,
at 1 1 o'clock, in Exchange Salesroom, 14 Yesey.. St., New York City.
HAVE JOV $10? - HAVE YOU $20?
- HAVE YOU $50?
i Gome to the Hunts Point
Absolute Auction Sale To-Day
" $10 will secure a $100 lot worth $500
$20 will secure a $200 lot worth $750
$50 will secure a $500 lot worth $1500
and then you pay 10, in 30 days' and 2' a month thereafter.
' SEND FOR BOOKMAP
' HERE AfiExTHE .TERMS:
.10. cash oaay.9tal 10 cash n 30 days and 2 a
month thereafterfvwith .Auctioneer's and Salesroom
fees at time of sale.
Tltls Policy of tho Lawyers Title Insurance Trust Company Free
of Charge to the Purchaser.
II . 1 I HI
I . i R a j im.. gge
' Aui"on l! Pabst-Harleml
II ' 31 NASSAU STREET NEW YORK DttUCe Hall
Ml . . Ill St., vxst o7IA Ave.
If How to Reach the Property iaKeeitner Bronx &UDway,to Hunts Point Station. My representative will be there to direct you. 1 1 1 r .
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ARKAJLKSTATJE. J.-,?JRjS!TJJ' J BROJ,X BKAL ESTATE TOTt BALE. J '"uelways"1 I 'riT'l,a Le,,0,J l
I I I H i' '
I ' II 1 1 r,HAllr,I7 l Eddie Leonud. Mirutrel Bani
I I I -na VLj siv - v
the n&sttball wi
n bci or wsintnn
b." Wlln""i br tho Sbeard the Itaia-
iHonh.1 i i . V , V ""s .near ins
SmJ5 y11,on: deliberately shot a searull.
th. m.n Vk cl. " w." lu,t another'case of
t" n 1 com" "IthJn ranee of his
dliln?b2t?kine !l0"t'" were "very ja
ii5? iw ou.tr"B- n It 'ls'hopsd
Si. iX hiV,. mV!. H" det''" from- sieh
a? A. rJhL Pubc"y nd by tht vltltsnce
wAX",a'a 'ARTHUU .TJIORNTON.
wreck Lead, Nov 4.
Barnecst Yields 25 Stripers to Ancler.
Cspt. Ollle DothlVr broke the B.rnerat'
r.-5.2,.."c.r1 . ,or numbers when ht!
.iripfa dssi in .Heron Place, a
n,lIro.w' near share channel.
nOllle and Cspt. Oeorse Wooley are the'
last survivors of the former cstboat
reelme, two men, who have refued to re
place sail with enctne. IonR may th.y
rSfuia all encroachments of civilisation.
Forked River, N. J Nov. .4. "W H U"
. Election Day Ounners Has Ducks.
Blacks, scoours and broadbllla were seen
In larr. numbers yesterday over Great
South and Jamaica bays. Election Day
hunters brousht In fair slied ban In Great
South Bay, While kllllns. or two, three and
four ducks wero the rule In the Jamaica
Bay district. ,
8trlped Haas Alonr Jersey Coast.,
,HTh mild weather thus far this fall
irartle I. Phimpa of Asbury Park comlders
n the primary cause for striped bass be
ing; taken alonr the Jersey coaat. Recently
William Uur landed flvo nh welehlnr
from 4 to 12 pounds each, and Capt.
Charles White of the Deal Coait Guard
,took four flah averaxlnr 4 pounds each.
Nlsht flshlnr from the lonr Jetty -which
projects from Avon Into Shark River Inlet
Rusiell Holbrook, Ned Davidson and
Arthur Carpenter landed 10 striped bast
ranslnr from C to II pounds each and lost
at lean twenty Are more, which sot away
fter being; hooked. ,
The striped baas were taken with a
piece of block tin shaped like a fish,,' with
a hook embedded In one end. Whlle-thta It
a usual lure In the daytime Mr. Phillips
says it is unutual to be effective as a night
"The method uted Is to eatt out the'
tqufb and then reel In," says' Mr. Phillips,
"and the flint of the llcht on tht squid
as It It drawn through th. water cautet
the nth to take the lure, Imaslnlnc that
they are following; a mullet or other small
nsb. The result shows that new methods
In angllnc. as In everytblnr jelte, often
times prove effecttve."
Airplane Shooting- and Migratory Law.
"E. J. ".' writes In THE SUN todayS
"A hunting- party composed of former
Lieut. Fred J. Knob of the United Statet
Mtrlnes aviation section and ex-Meut.
Edward J. Farrell tried out a new stunt
at ducktshootlnc at I-onr Beach, I I., on
Sunday, winging: their birds from a plane
while In fltrht.
Thlt It the flrtt time In the hlttory of
TO LET FOB IIURI.vrSS PURPOSES.
in modem twehty7three story office
150 NASSAU STREET.
. Space now occupied and shortly
to bs vacated by THE SUN.
Approximately 7i000 sq. ft to
Abo basement and sub-base-
Most conveniently situsted office
building In downtown Manhattan.
THE FRANK A. MUNSBV CO.
Cor. Chambers Street
M.arhlH Sd duc.k hon that sucK an
mi b,;n "tempted, and the experl
"."..Vy'1. IUH tucceitful. 1
nas bean plentiful over (he
nail in iivnAii . . - i . ... i . ...
. , fc"iici, .nil ilia ,tm
nd .wllle there are certain regu
iiib srn m m IIW
ila,B"? 'he w Phase of the sport' whioh
" n ,al irut OUlUQeany'
lr.Ii;;uItt,'A h mlfrstory ,Wr
,i Ji.tr act Wijletlbns tayrf "The migra-
lory game blfda tpeclnod In -Regulation; 4 r
?0',.m,)r b uk,n durlna the open tia
son with .a i sun. only, , not larget. than No.
10 gauge, fired from, the shoulder. exost
?" spe'lncally permitted by Regulations
7. S. j and 10 hereof; they -may be taken
during- the open ttaton from the land and
water, from a blind or floating- device
(other than, an alrplanj. powerboat, tall
boat, any boat under sail, or any noatlbs
device torfed by poWerbOat or sailboat),
with the aid Of a dOI and the ute ot tf
coyt." ( . i T
At I recsH. it the! regulations iwere
amended'on 'July it. If IS, to stop this vy
thing of shooting wildrowl from -an afr
plane. .Regulation. ,J, I I, and. 10 rersrrfd
to In the law deal with taking certajn
birds by the Eskimos and Indians InJW
atka, permits to, propagate and. ell.-nfl-sratory
waterfowl, permits to collect mi
gratory birds for scientific purposes and
permits to Kn Diras injurious, to property,
' A' DUCK GUNNER. V
uivym. u I., Nov. 4.
Connecticut Hnortuman'e Mew.
; 'Peart to me "White Birch" has tlii
the legs out from under Mr. Hoover ft
nit communication entltl.d "Lul Tear
itoDins' Piest snd Doe Deer."
,th buck law. According to latest report
,ini m.Kes ine iwenry-tnira.- ti
it it iwtmv-tnrte jot you, r, mooveri
new naven, conn., Nov. 4.
Flthes for areat-flrandchlldren.
On the Rotabell of Wreck Lead on dk
lit week cod and blackflsh were tak.u
i Koi one coa eni eleven DiacKntn ana isit
behind a lot of crayfish. ,!
a naa ins Dietiur. ar me.tinr mv nM
friend, Mr. Mayer, who I havetnot teen ,4
rc.rn. no it a srrana oia man, .
years of are. and roe. out, to ..a thr. )
four times a week In all kinds of w.athirl
,and believe me, ho can hold hit own wltn
nu oi mem.
On the day T met him he caught
eight pound blackflth and two cod t
several other nth, and I should Judge hb
nag- when he went aboard the train
weighed forty br fifty poundt at leatt. Itf
lie wat born an ir.brii.rv 1. 1tl7 fcirii
six children, eighteen rrandchlldren alB
six great-grandchildren, and he tays hs
supplies flth for all of them all the tint
Fishing and ialt air must have a tena4
ency xor longevity, at he It a line example
oi a grana Old man, always Jolly aSi
happy. JOSEPH RINDSKOPF.T,
j many street, uronx, Nov,
: 1 "P. AyP- qP?' JjAnrll
sATCitDAY S3 tod cAcoirr. -i.
. COD COD COD
EL5CTION DAY S A. M.. WILL ARRrWS
S.IIB.1 Rat ,".." JU 'UfB. JL
llfkl VH 2"" every aay il I A. K
tlLLIIl - Sunday A. M ShafptheaU
" Capt. J. MARTIN, li
.iH NOTICE Salllnc time 7 A. Jf i
Inttead ,of. A.. M, . TQ
STTKEL MOTOR VESSEL
O THE U
rtZT uy, . A. Jd.. IICSC II
Ocean Avsnue, Sheenthead Bar.
LOHQ BEACH, SUNDAY. 5.30 A.
Vf Vrrinu n . . . . .
C.dilah. Llffl .nrf Whttt--
uuijr except iion. S A.
Martin Broa. Dock, Sheep?
head Bay. Capt. D. MARTmll
Special Trip Election Day, SiSS Train. I
vs. Molltor's Dock!
t:4t trtln. Sun.. t;li train. Capt.irenWrl.h'
. - tc,ivn
COD AND BLACKflSIL ' '
p.-l t 1 1 leavei iDunne-t Sheeptheafl,
LapttJoe . p: i$wvr-&
T " Capt. ARCHIE nUCKNElg
BLACKFISII PLBNTIFITr. Vi
4Rrne U?vJs,ie7 Sechelle- "udtorl
DU5farkw'',. Thur.. 10'o'clocl4J
9 a. xl. rare.',
CAPT. LOU. Ty
brtorv loft '194 Canal street to the New
Vork Asbestos Cornpany tor a term of
Pease & Elllman leased offices In 600
Fifth avenue for 'Walter J. Salmon to
The Frank I Plsher Company leased
IS Bast Thirty-ninth street for .ten years
to the American Flying Cluo, to -be used
In connection with the club's present
headquarters, and 11 East Thirty
Uastlne & Co. rented second floor In
42 West. Fifteenth street to 6. ft K.
Dress Company: floors In 34 East
Twelfth street to Berser, Itaphael A
Wile and Louis Levy and eighth floor
In 42 West Fifteenth street to A. Orlf-
feau ft Co.
Pease ft. .Elllman leased furnished
apartments as follows: In 405 Park
avenue to Thorne Klssell; In 172 West
Fiftv-elsrhth street to Hialmar J. Boye-
sen: .In 471 Park avenue to Thomas
Lewis; In, 2 West Blxty-seventh street
to Peter McCourt and In 220 Central
Park West to Mrs. O. 8. Rhoades.
E. K. Van Winkle haa leased the fol
lowing; unfurnished apartments: At zs
East Fifty-fifth street to Mrs. A. D.
Wlllett and L. M. Drown; -at 110 River
side Drive to Willis M. Rose. Luis F.
Guevara, Alden H. Weed, Harry L.
Cort, Mrs. F. B. Klnshorn, Mrs. J. D
Fowls, Mrs. H. H. Clulow, Mrs. E. A
Levis and Robert J. Mahon; 27 East
Flfty-n?th street to Mrs. TJenlse In.
gram: 132 East Fifty-seventh street to
Mrs. Ruth Rupertts and Charles Btandl
fer: 69 West Beventy-slxth street to
Mra Estelle Deutsch, Miss Minnie
Petty and John M. Palmer; IS East
Fifty-seventh stree 'to Richard P. Ver
rall; 2SS Central Park West to Mrs. S.
Selcbert and Joseph M, Harris; 124
Wett Seventy-second street to Mrs. "8.
M? Perry, R6bert A. Chambers Snd Al
bert Ridley ; 1 West Eighty-fifth street
to Alexander Konta; 0 West Seventy
fifth steret to A. R. Eadle ahd 723 St.
Nicholas avenue to Charles W. Smith.
, QUEENS TRANSACTIONS.
The Lewis IL May Company sold for
Judge "Edward A. Richards property
on Beach 6!xty-n!nth street. Arverne,
consisting of a two and a half story
four story and- h.,n.ni ,7n. . Jt W nl taker leased to A. A. Hsge
i-ricn .dwelling, J3.xl00,' to Yo:PWof- T5 ! w..'i STiri. .i.V. f . consisting of a two and a half story
Alston Coir.. House. Infr!t angg?.. 7n anh"lro ft S leasiS t&'V? dwelling, to D. dorman for cccupancy;
f."'-f"t5! J "...00: The "d.nsfPatO107 We. .vd !f" ?f. "
, foaxe extsssivaa -alterations ,A ,, it n(. n..t.,-., iy-iiini iurt, ,i n.,
"0 uaestnVrem,MV-f0''r!Tby.!ne, iTJ halt story dwelling, to J. Kats.' ,
i fJAiiAOB, "fsnt, me, will open another store, which
v ..i wln)roofere IncH of, 1S will make the fifth branch that the St.
i-exinrfon i avenue.. holding company for Regis will have In the Tfmss Bquara
- iwti""y, ivaierproonng vnmpany, district,
rl.ie uatcrnrooflr.fr and Construction. Char
LONG ISLAND BEAL ESTATE FOR SALE
aterprooflng and Construction i Charles 0. Walker jested the six
Distinctly Hemes New Ready,
PALM BEACH COTTAGES
For Sale For Rent
LADD C& WEBB
. Palm Beach
Real Ettate Brokers .
425 to 437 Lafayette St.
between 4th Street
and Astor Place
Foi mor As! or Library Bldg.
on Lafayette St.
About 29,000 square feet
Brown, Wheelock Company, Inc.
14 Wall Street, N. Y.
Tel. 9(M0 Rector.
Full QotrmUtim to Brohtrt
MCW JERSEY REAL ESTATE. rOR SALE.
A htrh claaa rttld.nca
property, the' most x-
pentiv. in. Enslevrood,
now offered for tale.
won. nouie, vary
u.auiuui, an moa
e r n I mprovsments.
witn a-aras;, stabl.,
.,iuic..i lucmiion poatioie.
tennis court. Cho
Shown br appointment
It. WBATHEBHV CO.. Knilewoad, N. J.
TELEPUONB MB NOWI
New 1 room Craftaman Horn.; .!.nin
porch, .larse vtrapda; tile batht open Are
place: parquet (loon; steam heat, saa, alec-
incur;, all improvement!; tuperlor ntlsh
barhaodi near station, schoolt, churchet;
It mlnutet N. Y. Cltyi I commutation;
11,000 cash, balance on tarms, JOHN
BALDWIN. 10 Maiden Lana. N. V. T.l.
John t04T-John 1(11.
,Meiin,eI saure. lith Street
Botton1 lioad. Dutlneti centre, .It.
sant location. A 5 ttory, 10 family
apartment houte, 1, 4 and 5 rooms;
all Improvement.: rents 14.400, v.ry
cfn b". l": mortsage 10..
000; clear Income 11,000 over ex
penses. Trice 148,000; wsnt offer.
H. T. WOOD
WESTCHKSTKK REAL KSTATE
Water Supply & Sanitation
HYGIENIC ENG. CO.
10 East 43d St.
Tel. 5084 Vanderbilt
ItEAL KSTATE. DKOKER
mm s nl tav
927 -5, AVE. COT 44--hST:PM5i?TO
tssj . Dunne's Dock.Sheepthetd Bar. CaTit. BBB.T,
train Sunday. Biln trl.' I
KI.EfTinv nil- ...
ll.V. LU1IUI ."."P oneep.neall
7 Day. Cant. AN'Tnv T.iiMrvl
. " ,
FLOUNDERS and CRABS;
Tl. 1211 llammnla. rHAQ wr.rimn
I , '"a, uaiimica limy, i. I,
leaves L. L R. R. StatloU
' "v" .u, inursaay and
o.iuru.r, Dili , train; Bunl
day'. train." U.tlun a 4
UAKE WlIITINtI LING.
nv liDintkll It'IllTIVl a -vrt-v r a .rsa
asaavaat a. imi.iu . ' 1 JLa.ais.sn.
Ml R III Sun.. 1:20 AM; dalM
,Jm t Ills, a M. .xceoi llond.O
I sri.eptneao xiar.
CapL U HAItMa
ForeignTrade & Transportation
Tuesday and Thursday Evening t.
Merchtntt & Binkert Business School
Madlton Ave., at SSth St., N. T.
S. C. ESTEY, Director.
Bookkerplnff. Bliorthnnd, Secretarlml,
man srenmaninip liepartraents.
a rvs rutav.
SC110UL. SI ItWI tit St.
Secretarlil training, ladttU.
ual leatrnctlon. :.r .Tiiu
Known throttsPQjft tb wioolry for Uioroush wert
PJSJsjsjsi UJ U WK UW 1
(MONEY TO LOAN
BOND & MORTGAGE
BUILDING AND PERMANENT.
IIIWW ItdBt. Tel. Colorobut 740
OLK, n'r, n. t.
, r Esceptlonal bar fains
en the North Shore.
IIO.OOO-HIOH CLASS two family h.um.
every Improvement; two steam planta; near
atatlon; plot lOzlOQl cash 11,000. DINNE
IlEIt 117 Elm Ave.. Bosota. N. J.
CONNECTICIJT ItEAL ESTATE.
write "roR uooklet! " j j1
G. HARRY A3B0TT STAMFORD. CONK.
J" TAairoKD. ARTHUR DCI I
CONN. W, BCLL
Its 7t. K. Broker, lis Atlantle St.
Esttsrn Parkway at cxprtta Station. Sli
timet rent: barcaln; terms, Elliott; Jr., lit
Nstsau street, N, Y. Phone Bcekman lilt.
A client of our. h. . mnt.l.f, fur.
nlihed houte In" fine residential section of
"till. Plains; spacious flrat floor, t matter
btdroomt, t batht; substantlsl, comforta
ble haute with evtry modern appointment;
will lease for t years.
1'0 per month. Phone.
ASHFORTH I CO, MURRAY HILL 142.
wett J4th SL
TEHM8 MAY nE BEQUN AT ANY TIME.
New York City's mo.t acersslble
dEOROE IIOWR. etl nfth Avenue, N. T,
Waldo Avenue at West J44th Street.
JAMES D. McCANN, 11-1S North Ar.
Hemes New Hot belle, l'.lham. Larehmont.
OUEKSS ItEAL EST ATE FOR BALE.
Si HUtory mt HaihlxiaS ILisDl. M
Belas KetiMted at
Ooe.ub.ro Corp., Bridie Plata. L. L Cltn
WHERE Ail, the und.rslcn.d eorporaters
filed In the office ot the Sup.rlat.adtai et
Insurance of tb. State of New York, ea
th. 10th day ot 8ept.mbr. 1111, a d.oiara.
tlon and charier sattlnr forth lh.tr lotes.
tlon to form a corporation to b. knows as
lb, "NOltWlCH UNION INDEMNITY
COUPANY." In conformity with the pre
riilens ot the Insurance Law f th. aistt
si s.w York: and
WHEREAS, said deolaratloa snd chart,
bat b.en approved by the Attorney, o...
.rat of th Slats ot Nw Yorlc, who hss
duly certified to th urn. and said Su.
perlntend.nl ot laturano. ha. ta,4 4
eartlfted copy of such declaration and
ihkrt.r and cjrtlflcat to th und.ralfatd
torporstors who d.slr to prooetd 0 ,
.nlt said cornpany:
'NOW THEREFORE. We. th, nUt,
alsned corporators, hereby declar. our la.
t.ntlon to orssnli th. "NORWICM
UNION INDEMNITY COMPANY. wits
nrlneloal oftlc. In the llorouth ot Van.
nattan, City of New York. Under snd ti
lrtu of Artlel II of th nturanc Law
of th. Btat. of N.w York, Section ,
amended, and mor particularly under th.
second, third, fifth slith. ninth and "li"!-
nth subdivisions of tald Section Tl ot sals
laturance Law, at amend.d. "
Dated Nw York City, S.pt. II. mt,
.- Walter a. Falconer,
Howard K. Wood, Edward it. Willis. WlC.
tarn J. N.ll.n. William A. R.s.ra. Wllli.n
11 llcDonough, An.etm 1. Anderson. Ed.
win Drue. llallett Robert K. Thl.tu
Harry B. Davis. Harry O. Ceufhlse, faa
smith. Philip L; Nlr.
' SI1EAHN A HARE, Attorneys,
JS William Strttl N. Y, City.
Pf)QADni &a0,on. v&,
. eava -.Silver Vave, rreeporti;
u.uyao. on. ana r ri., tmsii
Sunday,.'.! si. codfisiunoS'
rnlTU III ..daiiyexcebt Monday an
tU 111 III. . j-rlday.. ltth St., Hoi
boken, ;i a. nattery. 7 A . -M. J1
KI(lNDIKElev, ""''on Park. Newltdj
Monday for flounders, nrlnr Bait. j'
SUNDAY, 7lM A. M. (
El M A R leaves Sheepehead Dally)
mm ItI r I I A. M. OUS RAO. .
HpMial Trip Election Day, Sill
leave, v.ii.iii. u.iijr, .ace
Mon. and Prl. Capt.McAVO
BLACKFISII AND LINO.
tifjITDV Leave. Hammer' Dock
Tl 1 1 1 iui
A. M. .very day.
SEA PIGEON olb.b'.oSS
Iraak B.umaan. formerly et th MeoeaJs.
RHSE R. II.
II ,'UL III IH PICK and n..VST.
f rriv nPITV lvs. Sheepshead Bay DalljJ
Vhl III. I I I S A. M.. Sunday 7:10 A. Uj.
I LlLlUUll S Cipt- un,r, STEPHENS. I
ADMIRAIi 10 A.lv. I
Cant. CHARLIE, formerly of Sea Plreonl'
Bay Dally I j!
,..., Clason Point A. M. Tuea.ThurlJ
ANWYUand Sunt. Pioundtr., Ac and ea
n"" ' MONDAY. 77th OCT.
J leave. Metaenger.. Canarsia.-
SiAIP Mackerel, Tomcode, Floundera,
PI Sir Lvs Ctaaon Pt. Tues.. ThursJ
b LUl La a Sun., A. M. H. ZUBB.H
leaves !anari erary d
ilJllN It AriflMN
iav Caaarel Dally
Ina Monda? 7 A ti
at. Dally Caot7
.1. Hh..o.b..S Itasf
USED CAR SALE.
AMERICAN SIX DEMONSTRATED.?
1111 HUDSON coup; repainted; perfect
11 IS VK1.1K SPEEDSTER.
lilt NATIONAL! thoroughly overhauls
1917 noss rciuiiT.
Any oi theae cars ran he bought on llbj
era! termt. MANHATTAN AMERICAN
MOTOR CAR CO.. 118 Wett th.
OAHAOB wanted toTrent for Five or U
cart, Eaat Sid., convenient to llth St.
Apply S. SOLDIN, 1 Union Square,