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Cloth Producers Show Satisfaction In Yarn Declines Sharp Drop in Silks and Woolens During Week; Manufacturers "Sold Up" Are Now Seeking Orders Cloth producers who buy their yams from outside sources have been taking a certain amount of satisfaction from the recent sharp decline in both cot ?vr- t*vi woolen yarn prices. The price fall in the yarn markets has been more precipitous than that in the cloth market. All during the extremely high price era cloth manufacturers laid much of the blame for inordi? nately high prices at the door of the spinner?, asserting that the latter were making extremely large profits. As late as June many ot the yarn spinners stated that orders on their books were sufficient to keep their ma chinerv engaged for a full year ahead. At present the yarn makers are bid? ding for business' and the declines dur? ing the last week h>we been large. In the cotton yarn market the de? cline in raw cotton and the slump in the automobile tire business have been the leading factors in depressing pr;ces. Yarn mills that were produc? ing material for the cord tire people are understood to be working on half time. Current quotations on yarns are be? low the prices fixed by the govern? ment in 1918 and only slightly above the low levels reached in the post armistice slump of last year. Commercial Credit Financial difficultiet in the textile trade are hecoming more marked as " prices continue their decline and trade remains on a dull basis. Merchants are finding harder to meet their maturing obligations, and some bankers look for an increase in failures in the near future. At present the financial troubles of the silk trade are the most marked. The dullness in woolens and cottons, according to the bankers, has not yet been reflected in financial troubles in " those trades as it has been in the silk industry. Commercial paper rates were un? changed yesterday, at S and S 1i per cent. No change was reported in the open market rate for bankers' accept? ances, quoted by the American Ac? ceptance Council as follows: Non Member Member Banks. Banks. ' Buy. Sell. Buy. Sell. Thirty days.. 6'/a ~>7s 0% 6Mt Sixty davs...?1! 6 6% 6% Ninety days..6% (5'i 6% 6V? -_ Si?iVs Advantage Lost The slight advantage gained by the silk market when silk rjoods prices declined close to prices asked for high grade cottons has been lost by the rpcent decline in cotton goods. Men's clothing manufacturers who turned to I the silk market for linir.gs when cot? tons were high and silks low are now ! returning to cotton fabrics in many cases, in order to bring down produc? tion costs in response to the popular clamor for lower prices. In the silk market the demand for linings at present is small. The women's apparel manufacturers are taking small quan? tities of staple linings for their gar? ments, but even this demand shows the effect of cotton competition, in the opinion of many sellers. Petticoat manufacturers also are said to be using more cotton than they were a few months ago. -?-. French Kid Advances Higher prices for the best grades of French kid gloves are observed in new price lists received by importers in this country, and indications point to a smaller supply than was antici? pated. Some of the importers who "guessed the market wrong" and can? celed orders placed some time ago /ire now unable to reinstate these orders, according to reports. The ad vnnce in prices is attributed to a short? age of labor in the glove factories and Teeent increases in wages. Although raw kid skins have declined, the price of fine finished kid leather in France, it is said, remains steady, at prices approximately those of several months ago. Seek Line on Denims Manufacturers of overalls and work clothing arc endeavoring to get a line on new prices for denims. Some of the manufacturers are understood to have used up available supplies and are now dependent upon the spot market, which consists mainly of small lots of goods. Unfilled orders by the mills ?re ex? pected to bo completed in October, and the supply after that is beginning to worry the garment makers. Some of tho leading garment manufacturers expect new prices to be around 37M? cents a yard for '?.20 denims. Present mill prices are now about 44 cents, con? trasted with 40 cents a year ago. In the second-hand market prices are some? what lower. Arbitration Win? Praise Settlement "of industrial disputes by means of arbitration ra'^er than court action is showing e;. od results in traue- where arbitration bureaus have been established. In one of the minor trades, that of making women's waists, the arbitration bureau established by j;he United Waist League of America about a year ago has settled disputes involving close to $3,000.000. The dis utes in question arose between manu ? ?JlNl>RK\V .). McCORMACK, HEiil'I.AK AUCTION A uct lonoer. ; a i. E STOCKS AND KOMIS Kr ADRIAN 11. Ml l.llili .V SON. OFFICE, 55 WILLIAM STKEET. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 1, ?U?O, ? i it the EXCHA N? E SALESRO? >M, NOS. il A .NU 10 \ ES ?il STREET. Foi a coutil . m ?l n aV concei n. ?/.600.000 Lire Italian '1 vernment 6% Conskl, Bonds 5th issue. 1937. t 9.000 255 Fifth Avenue i'orpn. S'". Bonds secured by mortgage due on or before Sei :. 22. i 23 4 shs. I'.:;: 1 tii .\\ enue R. li. 6 aha. Ninth Avenue It. It, 2 ahs. N, v.. Luckawanna & WeBtern Rv. 2 shs. Syracuse, Blnghamton <v N. V. R. R. 2 sliH Utlca, Chenungo & Susquehanna Z shs. Valley It. It. Co. of N Y 1 sh. McArthur Brothers prefd. 2 ?hs. Electrical Securities Corpn nrefd, ?U"'0 U. S 3d Llbertj 1. an ?'., Bonds. 6600 ?h i. ?Jus! In? Petn i ilm Co *T20? N2,e '' "A '"' A|'1'"-;l;th' ,!u" JU'V *'?' ' Vshtabula Rapid Transit Co 6*r Mttr Bonds, March. 19IS, coupon on. ?l "eu M m ngaheia Valley Traction Co 7% No** 11921. 1IIE FIRST NATIONAL BANK O? Mount Carroll, b rated at Mount Carroll m tfie otat? of Illinois, is closing Its af.' fairs. All note holders and other creditor? of th? Association aro.therefore hereby no a ??fled to pr?tent ttie notes and othm ?'aims for pa\ ment WM. H. WILDBY. Presiden!. Dated June 30. 193e. DIVIDEND NOTICES AM FRICAN LOCOMOTIVE CO. SO i""h<.r. h sr. N'.w York, August 12, 1920. A quarterly dividend of one and three quarters per cenl ( 1 \ r'< ) upon the re? ferred capital Mock of the American Loco? motive Company has been declared p.-n ? able on September ?0, 1920, to the Pre? ferred stockholders of record ?it the close of business on September 13, 1"J20. A quarterly dividend "f one and one half per cent (l'sTil upon the foiiunon capital i?toek of the Company has been declared payable on September 30, 1920, to the Com Aion stockholders of record at the close of business .-n September 13, 1930. Dividend check? wiU.J'- mailed September 29, 1H20. W. SFI3NVER ROBETSON, Secretary. facturer? of blouses and manufacturers of silks, cottons and other raw mate? rials used in the making of waists. .? . . ? Demand for Cottons Spot demand for staple grades of cotton clothing, chlefiy working gar? ments, is said to be largo,in the whole | sale centers of Chicago. St. Louis and | Minneapolis. The activity of these markets, according to a jobber who has just visited them, is in sharp con? trast to the lethargy apparent in New York wholesale circles. ~-,-? ? ...??. ? Business Troubles Petitions In Bankruptcy Petitions In bankruptcy were filed In the Fnlted States District Court yester I day as follows: HENRY SIMONOFF & RONS ? An In? voluntary petition In bankruptcy was filed ; against Henry Slmonoff & Sons, manufac ? tur?is of dresses, at 40 West Twenty-eighth Street, by H. and J. Lesaer, attorneys, of 30S Broadway, on behalf of Robert J. Rubin, creditor, for $710; Bertha Llchtner, for $S."7. and Alyce E. Dunn, for $1.802. KRAMER & SCHOTT?An involuntary petition was filed against Kramer A Schott, manufacturers of ladles' coats, at 49 West Twenty-fourth Street, by Shalne & Weln rlb. attorneys, of 299 Broadway, on be? half of three creditors. The liabilities of the firm are gaven ns 120,000, and the assets as $7.50. A. Beiger asserts that $2.400 is due him; R. Siegel claims $667 and L. Zahn Is creditor to the amount of $397. AMERICAN COSTUME AND DRESS CO.?An Involuntary petition was fixed against the American Costume & Dress Company. or 116 West Twenty-fourth Street, manufacturer of dresses, on behalf of three creditors, Isldor Nechin. who claims $31 is due him; Abraham Schapiro. who claims $53 is duo him, and Samuel Goldstein, as assignor of Jacob Slmcoff, who is a creditor for $5.424. BENJAMIN BERNSTEIN ? Maker of women's dresses at 1481 Broadway, filed a petition. He places his liabilities at $9.633. The largest single debt Is a note held by the Columbia Bank and Indorsed by Hy THB REPUBLIC DRUOOISTS' SYNDI? CATE. IN?' . manufacturers of drugs at 39 Wooster Street, filed an Involuntary peti? tion. The liabilities are given as $50,000. ! and the assets as $20.000. R. Sclgel Is a i creditor In the amount of $15.30; .lames B. Stewart claims that $1.100 and over Is due ? him. and L. Zahn Is a creditor for $10 I and over. LITT & SACHS, manufacturers at 129 ? West Thirty-fourth Street, involuntary petition. The liabilities are given as 1 SI fi.OOO. nnd the assets as $8,000. The i petitioning creditors are B. Garzlna for i $1.;S00; .1. Beck for $900 and Nathan Bur ; tinsky for $300. MAJESTIC DOLL CO.. INC.?Involun? tary petition against the Majestic Doll Co., ! Inc.. of 41 Greene Street, by Shalne <fc Weinrlb, attorneys, in behalf of B. Siegel, i with a claim of $350, and R. Siegel, who | claims $452. Liabilities are given as $12, ; 000 and assets as $2,P00. O. & S. DRESS CO., INC.?Involuntary ! petition against the O. & S. Dress Co., Inc., manufacturers of dresses and costumes, at ! 18 West Twenty-seventh Street, by Archl ! bald Palmer, attorney for P. E. Gould, who claims $508. arrd the Cairo Mills, Inc., claiming $280. Liabilities und assets are not estimated. Assignments THE MAJESTIC DOLL CO.. INC.? Manufacturing dolls, at 4.1 Greene Street, yesterday, assigned for the benefit of creditors to Louts M. Picker. The com? pany was incorporated in 1917; Oscar j Wechsler Is treasurer. BENJAMIN KRAMER AND SOLOMON SCHOTT?Manufacturing cloaks and suits, I at 49-51 West Twenty-fourth Street, yes- : terday assigned for the benefit of creditors j to Benjamin Siegel. JOEL HOFFMAN?Trading ns Joel Hoffman & Co., men's hats and caps, at i 213 Greene Street, yesterday assigned for the benefit of creditors to Adolph Waxen baum. BARNARD KNITTING MILLS. INC.? I Manufacturers and Jobbers in sweaters and knit goods, at 404 Fourth Avenue, assigned | for the benefit of creditors to Bertha Saltz stein, Morris D. Breldy and Jacob Kramer, | incorporated In 1919. Harry Levlson Is president. Receivers In Bankruptcy The following receivers In bankruptcy were appointed yesterday in the United I States District Court: OLD COLONY FOREIGN EXCHANGE ; C? '.. of Boston?Judge Julius M. Mayer ap- i pointed Francis L. Kohlman ancillary re- j celver for the Southern District of New York with a bond of $2.000. of the Old Colony Foreign Exchange, of Boston, for which a receiver was appointed in Boston August 20 Assets aggregating $12,225 are alleged t.. be In the hands of Blgelow <fc i.'o . bank? ;." 25 Pine st. HENRY - MONOFP & SONS ? Judge Mayer appointe,1 Malcolm Sunnier t?mpo? ra r\ receiver for Henry Slmonoff & Sons, dress mfrs., 40 West 28th st. Liabilities giv.n as $80,000; assets, $2,500. Alyce E. j Dunn with claim of $1.802 is petitioning | creditor. SNOW'S, LTD.?Judge Mayer appointed i Henry H Kaufman receiver for Snow's Ltd., In place of Nathaniel A. Eisberg, appointed August 24, who resigned yester- j day. JACOB J. LINDAU?Judge Mayer ap pointed Cortland Nlcoll receiver for Jacob .1. Lindau, trading as the American Cos- . tump and Dress Company, 116 West Twerf? ty-ninth Street, with a 'tond of $2,000. ; Samuel. Goldstein is the petitioning cred- | Itor. Schedules in Bankruptcy Schedules In bankruptcy filed In the j United States District Court yesterday were ; as follows: FELDBAUM & SPIEGEL? Schedules of Feldbaum & Spiegel, fur merchants at! 127 West Twenty-ilfth Street, show llabill-: ties of $486,508 and assets of $51,838. Se cured claims are given as $191,90.'), unse? cured claims as $167,254 and notes and bills which ought to be paid b> other par- j ties thereto as $131,797. The assets of stock In trade. $21,500; debts due on open accounts, $27,94;!, and sundry fixtures, etc. Schedules of practi? cally the same amounts were filed for the Individual partners in thu firm?Isldor Feldbaum and Max Spiegel. Judgments Filed In New York County The following Judgments were filed yes terdav, the first name being that of the debtor: Anstcus Trading Co, Inc?A B Giles. $411.95 Benkard, J Gerald?Peck & Peck, Inc. 142.45 Buloua. Said?F E Llndeman. . . . 580.90 Blisezlnskl, Victor?First National Hank of Wapakoneta. 373.40 Cohen, Harry?Franklin Simon &. 281.70 Esposlto, Sa lva to re ? .Stefano Angellille, Inc . 1.26S.85 Ecr?ment, Arthur?M Connelly... 12.694.y0 Fink, Morris C?D Fried et al.. 750.64 Flanagan, E J?Liberty Finance 345.70 Glnsburs, Joseph ? Breakstono Bros, Inc . 103.50 Goldberg, Edward (Goldberg ?.?en? crai Mdse Co) ? Hy tirade Waist Co. 188.05 Hubert. Henry?E II Dltter. . . . 309.72 Hill, Alonzo Im?Farquhar Ma? chinery Co . 443.29 James O'Neill Trucking & For? warding Co, Inc ? Northern Grain Co . 663.80 Kelly, Michael J ?J Plunkett et al 102.30 l.evlpe, Joseph?L 1. Leedenheim 133.93 McVey, Ethel M (Cash Plan Co) ?M Miller et al. 134.87 Park, Lester?G James. 1,008 7 1 Parks. Frank L. and Ehvood l?rlm (Parks & Hi mi).H T Breeze. 2,162.95 Kubingcr, Maurice -Eastman Ma c htne i'o . 277 : :! Roseff, Max SSchneler.!.. '257 SO Robinson, David - Importers & Traders' ,\ti Hank ui N V. 4S8 17 Richter, Rudolph?M Brukenfeld 1.255.32 Seidenberg. Harry J?S Monday & Sons, Inc. 1.236.SI Spongold Woolen Co, Inc?Henry ; M Huebshman & Bro. 2,653.80 Simpson. Samuel?H C & A I ? l'l.-rcy Contracting Co. 103.58 Shore Battling Suit Co, Inc? -1 ?'"lien . 1115 67 Sn all wood, Arthur N G SV Ward 3,'u3500 bl aoiro, Sam ? Madison Textile < orp. 1 632 89 Throe 1! Co, Inc?N Trovato_ 146.01 \ an .....strand, Chas B?C I'askltt 4,000.00 u !?:.:' : -.:;.:? . w McK Ma thewson . 276 9" Zlnimi rman, George- ,f Pl'?nke'tt *'1 al . 402.70 lu Bronx County The first ?amo Is that of the debtor uuchan, Kate p.?Kearns Realty < orp n . $151 17 Friedlander, Frederick J.-S.' j *lblil , Loeb . "<<6 47 - Hecht, Monis?Burns Bros! ' !! ! *"6'ir> : Kunkel, II. nry II. Davids et al. 23'l6 Lcvt, Mortimer F. and Mac B. A. .1, Swensen et al. 204 70 Martinson, Harry?Ebllng Brew rv'v-if /'"' ?. 2,140.05 O Keefe. Thomas?-A. Golden et ai. 83 11 Roth. Samuel ? Encyclopaedia ??r?tanme;?. Corp'n. 3.18.65 Satisfied Judgments In New York County The first name is that of the debtor; the .'"'' tho? *,f the creditor and dato when .luugini'iit 260.00 Hector. Geo. W? B. B, Rector; Aug. 19, 1919. j3 Corkery, James?Ludln Realty Co . July 18, 1914 (released).. 2,111.36 S. i 1er, Pauline? Mcany & Salsse lln. Inc.; July 11, 1917. 116 96 Blumberg, Ida. David !.. Blum? ig ig, Emil Relbsteln and Frank Gens?A. L. Kaas; March 20, 11,13 ., ?11.33 Firestone, Charles, and Abraham Weber?WcslchcBter & Bronx Title * Mortgage Guarantee Co.; Dec. 11, 1912. 224.15 Sliirloli. Paul?J. Olinahue; Jan. IS, 1911 . 631.78 Root, Marshall J., and Chas. B. Van Noatrand?W, S. Merrell Chemical Co.; .Ian. 18, 1916.. 1,726.75 Same Same; .Ian. 14, 1916. 656.48 Same?Same; June 1, 1915. 788.08 lit llronx County Regen, Osear--J. R. Boy Ian; Dec. 15, 1919 . $2.150.80 -,, e Buyers Arrived Fnirchild Service BALTIMORE ? A. Brightstctn Co.; A. Brlghtsteln, dresses, coats an?l suits; Breslln. IlELLRKONTAINE. Ohio?Morris <fc Es? pl?n; (i. ICspIln and Miss C. Espl?n, dry goods and general mdse. ; 1 East Thirty third Street. BESSEMER, Ala. ? Erllch ?-. LefkovlU; Samuel Krllch. dry goods and women's wear; Pennsylvania. BIRMINGHAM, Ala.?R. Aland; R.Aland, suits, coats, dresses and waists; Conx'no dore. BUFFALO?William Ilengerer Co.; M?as M. Morris, leather goods; 2 West Thirty seventh Street. CHARLESTON, W. Va.?Charleston Dent. Store; ?7. W. Morrison, ladles' suits; 7195 Broadway. CHICAGO- Marshall Field Co.; C. L. Mc? Lean, toys; 1107 Broadway. CHICAGO -P. Klafter A- Co.; il. Klafter. woolen piece goods, silks, satins and vel? vets; Pennsylvania. CHICAGO .1. Rosin, women's wear; Grand, CLARKSVILLE, Ark. ~ Franklin Fashion Shop; (1. F. Franklin, women's wear and millinery; Herald Sqare. CLARKSV1LLE, Tenn. ? Ruberndeln ft Schindler; S. Rubcnsteln, dry goods, clothing and shoos; Marlborough. CLEVELAND.Lindner Co.; C. H. Can? ning, skirts, petticoats and gloves; 10 East Thirty-second Street. DAYTON, ohlo Ru<e, Kumler Co.; Mr. Bourne, coats, suits, dresses and skirts; 226 Fifth Avenue. DES MOINES, Iowa?M Sheurman, woolen piece goods; Pennsylvania. DETROIT- .1. L. Hudson Co.; Mr. Mac Donald. Infants' wear; O. Maybe?*, mer? chandise manager; 225 Fifth Avenue. DETROIT?J. L. Hudson Co.; Mr. Rich, men's furnishings; 225 Fifth Avenue. FAYETTE VILLE, N. C?Galloway & Lind? say; F. C. Galloway, men's furnishings; Park Avenue. INDIANAPOLIS?L. S. Ayres Co.; Mr. Cuitan, basement shoes; 225 Fifth Ave? nue. JACKSONVILLE, Miss. ? McRao Co.; F. McRae, dry goods and notions; Flanders. LINCOLN, Neb.?Miller &- Paine; E. 11. Steckley, women's wear; 230 Fifth Ave? nue. LOUISIANA, Mo.--Vounker Bros.; H, Younker, dry goods, rugs and notions; J. M. Biggins, 1 East Thirty-third Street. MINNEAPOLIS ?Lender Mercantile Co.; H. M. lllggens, ladies' ready to wear; 404 Fourth Avenue. MONTGOMERY, Ala.?Nachman & Meer tief; .1. Nachman, general merchandise; 352 Fourth Avenue. NEW BEDFORD, Mass.?New Bedford D. G. Co. , ?V. It. Plerson, dross goods, lin? ings and wash goods; 401 Fourth Ave? nue. NASHVILLE?Armstrong's; A. T. Arm? strong, ladies' ready to wear; 303 Fifth Avenue, Room 1717. NASHVILLE?J. N. Stevens, general mer? chandise; Breslln. NEW HAVEN?Shartenberg <S- Robinson; E. M. Macklc, hosiery and men's furnish? ings, knit underwear; 404 Fourth Ave? nue. NEW ORLEANS ?Mayer, Israel ,v Co. ; Ben Argus, boys', girls,' children's and wom? en's and misses' apparel; George Mayer, 200 Fifth Avenue; Imperial. OMAHA.M. Splesberger, Son & Co.: N. A. Splesberger, millinery; 579 Broadway. OMAHA -A. M. Splesberger & Son Co.; N. A. Splesberger, ribbons and millinery; 579 Broadway. PHILADELPHIA?B. Levy, lace curtains and window shades; Pennsylvania. PHILADELPHIA ?L. Schwartz, women's wear; Pennsylvania. SALISBURY, N. O?-Belk-Harry Co.; A. W. Harry, ready to wear; Alfred Fantl, 120 West Thirty-second Street. SALISBURY, N. C?-Belk-Harry Co.; A. W. Harry, dry goods and general mer? chandise; 11 West Thirty-second Street. SAN FRANCISCO ? Hale Uros.; Miss E. Simon, muslin underwear, corsets and iji fants' wear; 60 Union Square. Buyers Coming AUBURN, N. Y.?Foster-Ross Co., Inc.; Wm O. Jeffery, ladies' ready to wear, kimonos, petticoats, negligees and bath? robes; 1170 Broadway; expected August 30. COLUMBUS, Ohio?Emporium Co.; Julius Goldberg, coats and suits; J. A. Herz berg Co., 100 West Thirty-second Street; expected August 30, TERRE HAFTE, Ind. ? Julius Goldberg; Julius Goldberg, coats and suits; J. A. Herzberg, 100 West Thirty-second Street; expected August 30. Why le Discharges Waiters Closes Place for Night When Men Threaten to Strike All the waiters in Whyte's restaur? ant in Fulton Street were discharged last night when they threatened to strike and the restaurant was closed for the night. It is to be open to-day. The Hoted and Restaurant Workers' Union declared the waiters were on strik", but Frank Whyte, son of the proprietor, was certain they had been discharged. He ought to know, he said, because he discharged them. He said their pay averaged about $50 pel week and they got three meals a day, free. "I will not be run by Bolsheviki," he said. "These men have been trying to run the restaurant for a year. They wanted us to" take back one of the men and we agreed to da this. They want? ed us to discharge our head waiter and we told them we'd keep him and let them go. The men seemed to be swayed by the advice of some Bolshe? vik Russians among them." Caldwell Cables Premier U. S. Representative Urges Re? lease of Mayor of Cork Representative Charles Pope Cald? well, of the Second Congressional Dis? trict of this city, has cabled Premier Llcyd George of Great Britain urging that the dying Lord Mayor of Cork be freed from prison, it was learned yes? terday. His telegram read: "For the sake of humanity and in recognition of the Anglo-Saxon idea of I fair play would it mit be possible to ; either give Terrence MaeSweney, Lord Mayor of Cork, an immediate trial by ; a jury of his peers or release him in j time to save his life?" Youth Drowns in Attempt to Save Girl Caught hv Undertow POINT PLEASANT, N. J., Aug. 27. ! ? Clarence V. Swain, one of half a ? dozen young men who swam out from the beach to-day when a youngVoman who had been caught in the undertow began to scream for help, was drowned before he could reach her. The others had brought the victim of the under? tow ashore before they noticed that Swain was missing. He was twenty-live years old, and lived at 423 Johnson Avenue, Newark. The young woman who was rescued is Julia Murphy, a waitress at a hotel here. .-?-.?_ Japanese Curtail Cotton Production to Aid Market TOKIO, July 26.?Japanese cotton spinners decided to eurnil production by HI per cent to help the cotton yarn market. After this action the market . became firmer. Amsterdam Ave. Building Sold The property at 2120 and 2122, ex? tending to 300-302 Amsterdam Avenue, and forming the north block front on Seventy-fourth Street, has been sold by the Sperb estTite. It consists of three two-story buildings, fronting 149.7 on the" street, 54.-1 feet on Amster? dam Avenue and 57 feet on Broadway, and was purchased by Cecilia P. Wuerz, who has arranged through George C. Ponter Inc. for a loan of #215.000. -??? - Adjoining Property for Inn Meister Builders Inc. sold to the pro? prietor of Knickerbocker Inn the plot 220x75 adjoining the hotel, including the corner of Lillian Place und Russell Street, Great Kills, S. I. Home in Flushing Sold J. Albert Johntra sold the dwelling 50x126, 53-55 Farrington Street Flush? ing. L. I., for Edna Van De Water, t> William J. Steinla. ?? Real Estate News Maiden Lane Cor. Sold by Clark Estate Property in God Street Owned for Years Free of Mortgage, Once the Home of Mayor Kingslaml The Now York Life Insurance and Trust Company, ns trustee for the es? tate of Richard S, Clark, has sold the four-story building at 89 Maiden Lano, northeast corner of Gold Street. The purchaser is a client of the Title Guarantee and Trust Company, who will hold the property in the narn? of the City Real Estate oompany. The property fronts 27 feet on Maiden Lane and 06.8 feet on Gold Street, the other dimensions being 2S.l> and o6.ll. It was leased .for a long term of years about a year ago to the National Surety Com? pany for its brokers' branch and burg? lar "departments, the rental aggregat? ing ? 100,000 net. The building, which has been mod? ernized, is one of the oldest in the city, having been at one time the resi? dence of Mayor Kinesland. It is car? ried free of mortgage and has been in the possession of the selling family for a great many years. The property is said to have been sold for $100,000. Bakery Buys in Sixteenth Street Adolph Maier sold to A. Goodman & Sons, the five-storv building with store at 047 East Sixteenth Street, 25x92, abutting their bakery on Seventeenth Street. Sixty-ninth Street Garage Sold The New York Life Insurance and Trust Company, as executor and trus? tee, has sold through Horace S, Ely & Co., for the estate of Alfred A. Coles, 210 West Sixty-ninth Street, a two story garage, 25x100.5, to a client of George Meyers. Woman Buys in Nineteenth Street John E. O'Connor sold to Bertha Hellman, 415 East Nineteenth Street, 20x92, a four-story building with store. Sale on Lower East Side Caroline G. Coddlnpton sold to Jacob Gronwotz the 2'^-story building, 99 Chrystie Street, 25.2x49.8. Fine Dwelling Houses Pass to New Owner? Gordon Knox Bell Parts With Home at Park Avenue and 72d Street Corner The Ruland & Whiting-Benjamin Corporation sold for Gordon Knox Bell his residence at 756 Park Avenue, southwest corner of Seventy-second Street, fronting 24 feet on Seventy second Street and 07 feet on Park Avenue. The purchaser will occupy. Other owners or: this block are George S. Brewstcr, Theodore Douglas Robin? son, William II. Woodin and Henry de Coppet. Samuel Flat, of Frederick Zittel & Sons, sold for Dr. Louis Neumann 74 Riverside Drive, a five-story American basement dwelling, 25.4 Vixl ll.ri%x ir reg,, to a client who will remodel into small apartments. The buyer was rep? resented by Frederick II. Allen. Sophia Wolff sold to Edward A. Ward the three-story dwelling at 263 East. Seventy-eighth Street, 13.10x ? 102.2. Charles W. Eidt bought for Morris | Silverman the three-story dwelling 336 East Forty-third Street, 16.8x100.5. T1iis is the tirst sale of the property in thirty-seven years. Resales in 126th Street Ralph Russo resold the dwelling, 20 i xlOO, at 243 East 126th Street for Vin- j ??01170 Celenza to Maria Iacobellis and I M. Trolano; also resold the dwelling, ? 20x100, at 245, adjoining, for Mr. Ce- j lenza to May Zommary. Felica Abbamonte sold to Aldo Sparti the three-story dwelling 327 East 116th ; Street, 16.8x100.11. Harris Purger sold to August Nico- i lett the three-storv dwelling 42 West 126th Street, 20x99.11. A client of Thompson & Koss sold i to a Mr. Gottlieb the three-story j dwelling 119 West 118th Street, 20x100. '; Pope & Brother sold for L. Edelmuth | to a Mrs. Moore the three-story dwell- i inrr, 22x55, at 329 West Fourth Street, j near Jane Street. The purchaser will remodel the house. \ Ryan & Co. sold for the estate of Matilda Gray the four-storv dwelling 217 West. 122d Street to Florence E. Abbott, of Brooklyn. Sale in Greenwich Village The Duross Company sold for Rosina Vollhart to Louise Lund 345 West Twelfth Street, a three-story dwelling, 22x80. Porter & Co. sold for Laura E. Hud? son the three-story and basement dwelling 305 West 138th Street, 16.8x 100. Snowber & Co. sold for W. L. O'Con? nor as trustee for D. J. O'Connor the three-story dwelling 304 West 118th Street, 18x100.11, to Regina Flock. John H. Pierce, and John E. Hag- I mayer, sold for Thomas Herbert Smith 22? West 130th Street, a three-storv dwelling, 17x100, to Susan L. Fletcher, of Washington, D. C, for occupancy! : This is-the 'irst sale of the house since ] 1887. Mr. Pierce also sold for the Me- ! tropolis Securities Company, Joseph J ? Quinn president. 249 West 137th Street] , a five-story American basement dwell? ing, 20x100, to Henrietta M. Johnson. United Electric Light and Power Co. Buys Bronx Block The United Electric Light & Power Company purchased from the Port Morris Land and Improvement Com? pany the square block bounded by 132d and 133d streets, Locust aiv? Wal? nut avenues, comprising thirty lots. It had been owned by the "sellin" company for more than half a century3, and adjoins property now held by the New York Edison and Consolidated Gas companies. The plot was held at $90,000. Joseph P. Day represented United Electric Light & Power Com? pany and Cross & Brown the sellers. -?????? Buys More Field s ton Realty G. Drayton Strayer purchased from . the Delafield estate a plot adjoining his present holdings on West 246th Street,' between Fieldston Road and Livingston Avenue, Fieldston, Riverdale, George Howe was the broker. Fire Record A. M. Cosa 12:30?A nn.l 5 W. 10th St.; Edward ,.,? ,B?orcLRn * Kiel Co.Unknown i l.iv?166 Greenwich Ct.; M.ut Machine Mi;. Co. . . Considerable 6:46?656 Broadway; Machine Mfg. m nn o,S ?',;'? : ',.Unknown 10.00 ? 31O E. 30th St.; Don Valen? tine. g!.-] , 11:45?03 Downing St.; L.on Drels. j, ^, Unknown 2.00?48 W. 64th St.; City Athletlo Club . . . ,. Tr'i'nc 3:16?163 Clinton St.; Clinton Hal!;" c m ?? ? ... Trifling 6..5?212 E. ?6th St.; Samuel Pol Bin iw '.;,''v."'.. Trifling 6.30?3 \\ . .?nth St.; Herman Fried; -.,? T, , . Trifling 1.10?Park Ave. ami 6Gth St.; auto - i c "''"'V;.0 PauPiag.Trifling 7.16?26 U. 10th St.; Ltpman & . .. V!'0,u:ns,t.eln .Unknown 1:16?14-16 \V. 17th St.; Panik ft ~ ? 9i? W-' ;;''?'.Unknown Z;!?~ r.?? >X' ?,1!*8'-: unknown.. .Trifling 7:30?361 W. 114th St.; )? Senon Trifline 7:40-304 W. 4'Jth St.; Joseph Sand phalel. TrifiinL ?2':?S~?Sa?^ fi?th 'St'; unknown.!.Trifling 10.69?m, Broadway; John Miller..Trifling Operators Buy and Sell Flathouscs in Bronx Three Apartments at Bathgate Avenue Corner and Two in Simpson Street Sold Tho Isner Realty Corporation bought from George 0. Allen the three five story apartments, 100?114, at the northeast corner of Bathgate Avenue and 174th Street. Tho Bernsdee Realty Company sold the two five-story apartments at 1100 to 1110 Simpson ?Street, 44x100 each, to Rosa Silver and Dora Barsky. Harry Cahn purchased, from Mamie Thoman and Elizabeth Merritt the three three-story, two-family dwell? ings 3174 to 3178 Park Avenue; also the two-story brick garage 869 to 871 Courtlandt Avenue, abutting in the rear. Ernest Damaine was tho broker. Samuel Rothberg sold to Joseph Jatfe the two-story dwelling 456 East 172d Street, 16.7x100. Walter E. Brown sold for Joseph Feldstein 1379 Clay Avenue, a two family brick dwelling. The Tiebout Avenue Company sold to Emcrich Audricth the two-story dwelling at 746 East 182d Street, 37.5x70. The George Goldblatt Company and Lincoln Price cold for Bernard S. Deutsch the two-story frame dwelling 1413 Clinton Avenue, 25x151. ,-??? m-? Investor Acquires Six Apartments On Thircl Avenue Group of Houses al 25th Street Comer Bought to Be Altered; Two Flats in Vermilyea Ave. Sold Horace S. Ely & Co., sold for George McKesson Brown, of Huntington, L. I., 341 to 347 Third Avenue and 209 and 211 East Twenty-fifth Street, at the northeast corn r of Third Avenue and Twenty-fifth Street, with a front? age of 98.9 feet on Third Avenue and 160 feet on Twenty-fifth Street. There are six five-story flats on this site, four with stores on Third Avenue and two on Twenty-fifth Street. The buyer is a client of Samuel Cowen, who will make extensive alterations. I. Portman Bought from Emanuel Reich the two five-story apartment hauses at 147 and 157 Vermilyea Ave- I nue, on plot 50x150 each. The houses are laid of/ in three and four room suites, with accommodations for six families on a floor. Jennie I. Ryan bought the five-story tenement at 1847 First Avenue, 25x80. Business Building and Movie Planned for East Side Block Marbridge Realty Company, Henry Jacobs, president, leased from the City of New York the block bounded by East Broadway, Forsyth, Market and , Henrv streets, under the bridge struc ture. The lease, for a twenty-year, term, calls for a ground rental of ?9,500 a year for the first ten years and $10,450 for the second ten-year period, a total rental of $199,500. Gronenberg ?fe Leuchtag, architects, > have filed plans for the improvement ? of the East Broadway block front with j a two-story store and showroom build- ? ing at a cost of about $90,000. The | balance of the plot will be improved, with a moving picture theater seating j 1,100. *The estimated cost of this structure, according to the architects, j will be $120,000. The theater has | been leased by Mr. J icobs, through! Louis Freidel, to the Florence Theater Corporation, for twenty years, at a rental which will aggregate about $400,000. _?-m-? Mrs. Lorena B. Davis Buys Fine Estate at Ardsley \ Mrs Lorena B. Davis purchased j through Prince ?fe Ripley the estate known as "Inanda" in Ardsley Park at 4rdsley-on-Hudson, from the Securities Company of rfew ^ orK. This property, was at one time a part of the John, Jacob Astor estate, and adjoins the Ardsley Towers, which was built by Cyrus W. Field. Inanda was once the j home of .Vime. N?rdica. George Howe sold 24 Fairview Ave- | nue, Nepperhan Heights, Yonkers, for? George L. Whitnev to James J. Mur ray, of Yonkers. The property con- ? sis'rs of a residence on a large plot. The property in the Gedney Ffirm j section purchased by Frank N. Gobel comprised two large parcels, and not twenty-seven plots, as reported. Enlarges Long Island City Holdings for Factory Site G. E. City sold for Margaret Crinian a plot 50x95 on the east side of Marion Street, 315 feet south of Harris Ave? nue, Long Island City, to N. W. Dur nin, of the Houpert Machine Works.) on which will be erected an addition; to their present shop. These lots ad- j join other property recently sold by the same broker to the company. -?-? Recent Buyers of Realty ? Max Kromberg, doughnut maker, is the buyer from Bernard Golden of the ? frame building and a strip of land five feet in width and 55 feet long at the southeast corner of" Grand and La? fayette streets. Salvatore Maresca is the buyer of the flat 105 West Eighty-ninth Street, sold recently. Isidor Duplat is the buyer of the ? fcui'-.tory dwelling at 273 West Seven- j ty-third Street, reported sold Thurs day. He will alter the house. Frederick Feldman is the buyer of j the tenement at 736 Ninth Avenue. -.-.-. Bronx Plot for Builders Charles O'Connor Hennessy, as trus- j tee, sold the plot 50x190 on the east side of La Fontaine Avenue, 100 feet north of 179th Street, and running through to Arthur Avenue, where the frontage is 25 feet. The buyer is the S. & P. Building Company, which has procured a building loan of $15,000 from James G. Went?.. Arthur S. Halprin sold to Frederick Rollender the plot 125x75 at the south oast corner of Walton Avenue and 177th Street. Broadway Space for Railroad Harris, Vought ?fe Co. and Geo. R. Rc:id & Co. rented space at 111 Broad? way to tho South Manchuria Railway Company. COPY FOR REAL ESTATE ADVERTISING intended for the Real Estate Section of the Sunday Tribune must b_ delivered COM? PLETE to The Tribune orlice not later than 4 o'clock on Saturday afternoon. COMPLETE means that mats or cuts must be provided tvit/i the copy for any illustrations, special borders or special signatures. Advertising received too late for insertion in the Real Es? tate Section will be inserted in another section. QUEENS nV.M, K.HTATH QUEENS KEAX. ESTATE QCEENS ?EAL ESTATE Golf Course Tennis Courts and Children's Play Grounds For a proper Home Environment m a carefally restricted community, 22 minutes from Grand Central subway station. NEW Garden APARTMENTS 4, 5 and 6 Rooms and Bath READY FOR OCCUPANCY THIS FALL available to selected applicants baring $2,000 to $3,00r*to invest, and who are paying $100 to $200 a month rent, and wish to have, and to hold control of the premises in which they and their families reside, free from future rental increases, and other objectionable features, under the /Jae?swijfeigfits ff PLAN OF t^TEKANT-OWNERSHIP Social and Business References Required The Queensboro Corporation Manhattan Office 50 Ent 42od St., Cor. Madison Arc Telephone Murray Hill 7057 Jackson Heights Office Opposite 25th St. Subway Station Telephone Newtown *3?1 Visit Jackson Heights To-day 22 MINUTES FROM 42nd STREET To Tliit Jackson Height? by mort con_enient route take Subway to" Grand Central, transfer to Queensboro Subway (Corona Line; to 2ith St. Station H t NFL'KN'ISHED APARTMENTS TO LET Ready for Occupancy inCAl APARTMENTS KULML LOCATION ENTIRE BLOCK FRONT 1565-1575 Grand Concourse Cor. 173rd St. 3li C O BEAUTIFUL -4-0-0 ROOMS With Every Conoelvabl? Improvement Large Foyers 3 Blocks East of Jerome Ave. & Lexington Ave. Sub. Station 6th & 9th Ave. Elevated at Belmont Street Mod?rete Rental, Agent on Premise?. _'miiiiimiiimimiiimiiiimiiimmni? \ JUST COMPLETED | Z READY FOR OCCUPANCY. ZZ JlrTfl E Aparjments E Location 2 I FORDHAM HEIGHTS ? BEAUTIFUL = ROOMS | ! With Every Conceivable ~ ; Improvement ~ j Grand Concourse & Fordham Road ZZ ! 3 Blocks East of Jerome Ave. & ZZ '. Lexington Ave. Sub. Station. ZZ I 6th and 9th Ave. Elevated E ? At Fordham Road. E ; Select tenants only. E ; Agent on Premises. E f Phone Intervale 2110. E ?iiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiii^ Just Completed Ready for Occupancy 3-4-5-6 Room Apts. Similar to Park Ave. Apart? ment Houses. LARGE, LIGHT & AIRY with every conceivable improve? ment. Location restricted and countrified. University & Andrews Ave. Block front Cor. 183rd St. 8 minuten' walk from IS.'ird St. Sta? tion of the Jerome Ave. Subway and the Sixth and Ninth Ave. L. i Blocks to University Heights Sta lion of N. Y. C. H. R. YJn Fordham Road Moderate Rentals. Agent on Premises. mimakmsammmm ?<?!i;:b'':.;I;?::!B.;.:?B:?::;-?:?.;?i;?::?i?;?iib::::ii??!:ii:!i:hii!:i!9 I NEW BUILDING I g m h Op<?n for Inspection ft Ready for Occupancy I APARTMENTS OF ? __ 3-4-5 Rooms y f? All Modern Improvements gj ? 1985 CREST?N AVE. ? I i i Near 178 St', ?fe Tremont Ave. ? i? 6th and 9th Ave. L Sta. ? I ?? Lexington ^&'Jerome Subway B If at Burnside Ave. _j ?U Reasonable Rentals. M Ej Agent on Premises. 1|||M?I??1B11B11W!BI11I1H1W?11?1?M11I11_? 15?5TH ST. C2E WEST.?9 rooms, 3 baths; i exceptional apartment for hl^n-class ten ant; $3,000. Fischer. Worth 4310. 183D ST., and Grand Concourse, s. w. cor- ! ner, new house, apartments of S and i i rooms. irilj ST. and ST. NICHOLAS AVE., n. ? cor., new house, apartments 3-4 rooms. IT It M (ill ISO APARTMENTS TO LET FIFTH AVE., oetween !StR and 50th its.? Furnished apartm-nt, parlor, bedroom and bath; elevator and maid's service; to sublet till October 1st; rent reasonable. Apply Alisa Weiner. I'hone Murray Ulli 6383. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE REDUCE YOUR RENT By buying an apartment on the co-operative plan at 180 STERLING PLACE, Brooklyn Bet. Flatbush & 7th Avenues Amount of Cash Required: $2,000. Co-operative Plan The purchasr-r nf an apartment who pays down $2,000 In cash will own a one-eighth interest in the lund and building. Each year the owner's equity In the house increases. Send for Booklet Keppc?ei?.tatiTe?,at REALTY ASSOCIATES 172 Sterling Place 1 fi9 DCMCI7M CT From 2:30 to 6 P. M. I62 KfcMSLN ST., Tel. Main 6480 BROOKLYN, N. Y. CITY BEAI. E8TATB i Established 1852 || HoraceS.Ely&Co. REAL ESTATE 21 Liberty Street BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE A Home for You?Brand New. All flrst claas appointments. 6 rooms, easy house? keeping, new section Flatbush; good streets, sidewalks; lots big enough for garden and gariigc. Only $1,500 cash, balance 15 years' Installments Sev? eral locations to select from. Telephone Flatbush 82o0 at once. Don't delay. WESTCHESTEK COL'NTY REAL ESTATE FURNISHED HOMES For winter. Coal supply assured. Near station, schools, markets. $200 to $500 month. IrdMirdocl? iO Post Road, Larchmont, X. Y. Tel. 425. PELHAM and MOUNT VERNON House of i rooms, bath, gas. electricity, $5,000. House of 9 rooms, bath, decorated, shades, screened, open fireplace, electric washer, mangle, ironer, dish washer, fire |css gas cooker, range; near station: lot 50x100. Price $13.500. Cash required $6.000. ?ithers up to $75,000. Open .Sundays. ( N AMilNIKFII ur wolf's lane. A CHEAT BARGAIN Choicest part of Chester Hill, Mount Vernon, 5 minutes from station; 14 room house, 2 bathrooms. Asking $!S,ono. Needs I some renovation. Spend $2.500 and place ', will be worth $25.000 or more. Plot 75x115. ' ANDERSON REALTY CO. Near New Haven Station, Mount Vernon, N. Y. LARCHMONT ?- Attractive home of 9 rooms, Li baths, all modern appliances and conveniences, gas, electricity, hot water heat; interior nicely arranged; on a very large plot, with abundance of shrubs and tine old shade trees, with full sized garage; conveniently located near stations, etc. DIU'MMOND, 17 West 42d st.; tele. Murray Hill 7323. CONNECTICUT REAL ESTATE SOUND BEACH, CONN. 60 MINUTES FROM N. Y. Phorefront Property. Farms, Bungalows. Houses. Improved and unimproved property. Easy terms. E. BENJ. LOCKWOOD, Real Estate. i'hone 216 Sound Beach. NEW JERSEY REAL ESTATE NEW 6 AND 7 ROOM HOUSES in the El Mora section of Elizabeth and the Roseiies, N. J., on moderate cash payments. These well-appointed nous? s should appeal as a business proposition to people who are facing high reins for inadequate quarters, Running tune un the Jersey Central from Liberty Street atmut the same as up to\ New Vork. Write for printed list of d scrlptlon and terms to Ralph E. Pearce, mgr , National Realty Co., Roselle Park, N. J. Phone Roselle 1379 R. BOGOTA HOME must be sold at onee ; owner's business transferred to Albany; beautiful semi-bungalow; large living room, open fireplace; dining roc.m with bullU'n china closet and beam celling; gas kitchen; pantry; hardwood trim; 3 large bedrooms and bath; all modern Improvements; large shade trees, shrubbery anil garden; location I convenient to both railroad stations and trolley; worth $9,000; will sell for $7.25<i; ? cash required $2.000. balance on mortgages. GEORGE R. HITCHCOCK. INC., Bogota New Jersey. Telephone 2 Hackensack. At Metuchen. 10-room house, all improve? ments, hot-water heat; lot 125x350; gar? den and fruit trees; barn garage, flowers ami line shade; 5 minutes to P. R. It. sta? tion: tuba service. (Owner) F. C. Ayers, Metuchen. 'ENGL?W00D ,&%&. H. Weatherby & Co., Englewood, N. J. WESTF1ELD N. J.?Six rooms and tile bath; all conveniences; large lot. Taylor Construction Company, Cranford, N. J. BRONX REAL ESTATE 146 HOUSES ON HOLLAND AVENUE Near Allerton Avenue One family house?-.; brick and stucco. Full lot. 6 rooms and bath with all improvements in street and houses.Terraced lawns, space for garage. Two short blocks from subway station and from Bronx Park. Talc? Lenox Avenue, Bronx Park Subway Express to Allerton Avenue and walk two blocks east. MACE ESTATES BUILDING CORPORATION Agent on Premises ToL 2230 OILe-tlfe FINE TWO-FAMILY HOUSE in good sec tlon of Rronx; ?4,000 each; $6.000 mort? gage. Inquire Adler. 1506 First ave. Phone Rhinelander 6125. MANHATTAN REAL KSTATB To Leas? Or For Sal?? 114-18 PARK ROW 6 STORY HOTEL WITH STURES Size 25x100 1 STORY RESTAURANT Si:'.- .5x100 Together or separately. Possession 60 days. Owner, RETHI.EHEM ENGINEERING CO. 527 Fifth Ave, Tel, ;?177 Vanderbllt, Ql EENS KEAL ESTATE I FAR R0CKAWAYI Six cottages, n rooms, bath, per? fect rendition, electricity, gas, ail Improvements; situated finest sec tlon of Bay s wat er; plot 62V4X125; nicely furnished ; possession October Price $0 000. Easy terms. T.A.&J.j.Fo0arty 1 ? l West Id S . Phone 1502 Fltzi ELMHURST SECTION, new 4 room apartment for sale, operative plan, $i.5Q0 down; balance, $80 monthly. Large outside ro m u j> to ooeupy to-morrow. Phono Parry, Newtown 2362. Great House Bargain ??.C-OO buys beautiful $12.000 bouse; large foreclosed plot. wide boulevard; near station, half hour Manhattan; steam heat; tiled bath; par<iu?-.ry. artiattc dee? orations. $2,000 cash; oulance tts/ la? ments. Save brokerage. Owner, Te!. H oll is 6515 S.ONG SSr.ANO vr.Vl. ESTAT? READY TO MOVE IN. Rock wood Terrace. Raid win. near station, Ideal ii.odern home, ? rooms, tile bath, elec? tric lights, open fireplace, hardwood floors. cement porch; driveway; plot 40-1?6; beau? tiful section. $10.000. worth $14.000; rea sonable terms. CLARKE. 197 Ralph Ave.. Brooklyn. OWNER must sell eight room house aril itar-ige. House has hardwood floors. cn?s; nut trim, steam heat, gas and electrklty. Plot 7"i\l!V. with privet hedge. Price $S,S00. Cash $2 ,000 Batanee on easy terms. Five minutes from station; forty minutes to Ne* York. Fifty-six trains daily. Rhone Flts foy 340. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PIRPOSM OFFICES; very light, desirable; mod?r?t? rental, considering building; Immediate possession. Vanderbllt 6610.