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THE SUN, MONDAY, AUGUST 26, 1912.
DRIVER AGAIN GET BUSY :iiiiilinHii Title Piny on Tab- no hi it ks nun ocsicrn uncn Work's l'Vn tares. WTIO.VAI, AMATEUR NEXT liirtirrwoorl Country Club Adds AnnMior 18 Hole Coarse to l.oonl Field. Wih the midsummer lull In coif prae l 1 1 1 1 ntrr tlrvotceH of driver nnd Iron mil .rRin to turn llii'lr ntlentlon to a lively fall n iisoti nt their fuvtirlto pastime and nrf L-rttlni; their stunco uccordltiKly. From i nn on Httrntlon will bo given some of the iii.i t important competitions of the season. This neck's activity In local circles will i.titio about Van Cortlnndt I'ark, whero the ncni-lMper Kolfers will play a teoai match to-day with the. New York Clolf i nib, while on Wednesday, .Thursday nnd 1'rlrtay the nnnunl tournament of the Mew urk iSnlf Club will lie held over tho same lmk All of tho clubs using; this course mill be well lepresented In the latter, espe ull the New York Hcatttsh American nnd the newspaper ttolf clubs, tiesldes the home club. 1'. !' Healy, who wan ex ' perted to be a lln.illst last year but who lutl to tie content with the tonsolatlon cup, and Whit W. Kovlns, who plays a treat ilo.il at North Jersey, near I'nterson, are tr.nslilereil sinoiirr the strotiKCSt contenders. Un-lni: Is considered by many as possessing i haniplonshlp possibilities. Outside of the local Held the eye of the Rolf world will bo cast westward, for on Wednesday hihI Thursday the Western open championship will be held at Idlewlld and the Olympic team competition In scheduled for decision at Wheaton on Sat imU. These two attractions serve as forerunners for the national amateur ihnmplonshlp at Wheaton nil next week. With the national amateur once com pleted there will be the Intercolleclate ihjrr.pionshlp at I"kvanok, September 9 to M, and the last three days of the same week will be tho Invitation tournament iitr the National Golf Links of America donn nn Lone Island. Another eighteen hole course -will be ajded to the seventy or more already In the metropolitan district by the time an other ums-oii rolls around. It the plans nf the Uldccwood Country Club are ear ned cjut The first nine holes have been oinpletid and work has Deen beiruti on the teioml nine, while the foundation of ihe clubhouse Is now ready for the builders. North of the town of Rldgcwood there has been a little nine hole course for sev eral oar This (tension It was neces sary to make preparations to abandon ihe present location. Desired property xbout a mile or so south of Hldcewood was obtained. The land Is of the rolling tl.c, MtMclcntly rouKh to make a course ntiresllns. The clubhouse will lie sit jated on a hill overlooking the Raddle l'.iver Valley and from which almost a lornplete? view of the course will be ob tained It has been claimed that few Golfers tjJu to what extent putting rlsures In r round of the links. Take, for Instance, s. ore of 75, considered good anywhere, -n.l step to think that eighteen ereeni mil call for nearly CO per cent, of the t rokca, allowing the usual two to u trem Jack McDennott, th national .py t'tW holder, as young as he Is, sized t up .'orrei tly when he remarked early In rn jes.ii. "If my putting Is all right , ! .e thrie when the bell rings." V.,Ke any class player, either profes or amateur. If he Is In a putting mood, lonfldently playing for the cup and n'lilne. a few long ones down, bis score il quite easily get Inside the 75 men ' oned, possibly as low as 72 or 71, On ihe other hand, when a golfer loses his "onfldeiici. on the greens he rarely plays ril lonser shots with his accustomed ac lura.y. ufttlines u few careless puts worn Inm and the ilrst thing he knows h's drives l-gln to lose their sting and t n hole g.ime becomes slovenly. ru, Vardon, llrald and Duncan, who f i heil as named at the head of the l st in the last Ilrltlsh open championship -' MutrlMcl, have been termed the "Four Intf rpreters." Itay makes golf look ath leti. , Vaidon makes It look sctentttlc, Hia.d makes It look philosophic and Dun iaii makes It look absurdly easy. Rumor has It that a "kickers'" hanill itp will bo nno of the new features to "i" seniors' handicap at Apnwamls the r part of next month. An affair of i i i kind may meet with the approval of . i is- In search of variety as well as oth ' feeling that they can Judge their own i'.lty better than th tournament com ni.tiee. In this form of competition golfers arc usually allowed to tlx their wn handicaps. ILLNESS DOESN'T STOP HASHA. Decides to Hare Anrni, and De feat! Tlay Srymonr. Eddie Hatha added to his popularity by taking a special match race from ".Ry Seymour of Los Angeles at the New- k Motordiomo jesterday afternoon. iah was a very sick boy befoie and trine; the race, with a doctor In con--'ant attendance, but rather than dli- ppulnt the crowd he decided to ride the I'uitch. il.isha won the match in straight heats, -,iintj Seymour over the tape by a yard Mrb. time, The lime for the heats was in, on account of the riders Jockeying f"' position and getting down to full speed i) . during the last half mile. I'reddy West had a close shave In ' final heat of tho class B division. "inio King was leading on the bell lap, li West lapped on. In second place. ' st w abided, with half a lap to go, and 's front wheel touched the rear wheel of 'v k h machine. West lost control and ' sent hurtling through the air, rolling and over on the track. The other Iders were high up on the track and nonaged to steel clear of West, who Mitnhlcd to his feet, a bit dazed, but nhijrt. except for a few cuts and splinters. Wit ti Ifasha out of the running, Sey p.nir cleaned up In the fast division, inring ull nt the heats In the class A .ve ijts '"'inny King, the Newark star, was tho iMn-r In the class B division, taking L heat and the final after a tough battle ' i"' the rest of the field. I' My Qtu.nl. the Alexandria Bay (N. V.) ' 1 1 . hml an easy time nf It In the five " '' running handicap. Quenl conceded We up to three minutes to a field of "n runners, but caught them all be ' he had travelled four miles. Jim ' ".lev, had a battle with Karl Nelmlnen si-iond honors, but the latter had too " ueli tpeed In reserve and defeated ' 'owley by thirty yards for the position. I'"'l Tims In Aattn on Dirt Track. ''otfMHtrt, Ohio. Aug. i8, Spencer A .linrt. driving a Mercer, won a 200 mile fiiioinotille race on tho Columbus Drlvlnr I rk track to-day. Ills time was 208 minutes is sccondi. This sets a new rec ord for a dirt trafk. Jbhn Jenkins, drlv. ng a cino, who finished third, covered a 'ne tnllo lap In 'jT seconds. There were "n starters". Howard Wilcox, with a Clno, was second nnd Nell Whalcn, with a Na tional, was fourth, No t'lneer Beta at This Track. Havre d a winning finger bet You hand nd receive There's one sure thing at i .race .j en can't fall to cash f't Them's 110 oral stuff, no ' rig or waserilig on the cuff, i"ur cash to ,1lie bookmaker H "sibly Insilrlbed pool ticket ii Jour liorsejwlns you present Mi, the bookie cannot dodte, In return, the ticket SAILOR PROVOKES CURIOSITY.. This Whiff lVrson U the One Who nnxeil With Al I'nlsrr. tfnvlnt- bnn..lj ... ...... - ... .. n..i.nvii nui iiiuy ,norris oi ItOStOn In two rni.tia ih yMte ,ms loomed up ngaln us n "iiiiuhuio wiuie nope, it win lie recalled that White put up a desperate ngtlt for ten rniiM, n,.nl,..i . i t. . . . . - . o unuino, it l lllfilT IHBl winter In Brooklyn, hut White's nffalrs tt'ern rnl 1 . . . ,, ... . ......, ,uunjr nnnaieu increarter anil no dropped Into partial obscurity. Ills victory over Morris, however, attracted so much attention that to-night when he shapes up with Arthur l'elkey of Chlcopie, Ma&3.. In MflHl.nn Un..nA 4 1 wlll be plenty of Interest In what he tn.iy -.l,.11, ,nne is a terrinc puncher and Isn t afraid to mix It. l'elkev too Is 11 !l!f K,1!:..h,nce th8 fu' "ht to fly. Kid Vllllams, who may defeat Johnny t-oulon for the bantam title this fall, will meet a tough little man In Kid Kelly of New Orleans In ih. .... j ...... Kelly holds the tltlo of "American Cham- .i t . i-ounu iioxer," which hn won In tho big tournnment last winter at the Olympic Club of Son Francisco. The ten round clash between Young Shugrue of Jersey City and Jimmy Coffey of Ilnrlem la a live tonic. Thn fnniti.ptt.nini.i. ...... a grudge to settle, also the winner will ?L A. . ul Wl,n Champion Kllbane In the Garden early In October, IfArlem Tpm it. xr....t... m ... ...uijiiij mm loung Brown will provide the chief attraction at the St. Nicholas A. C. next Wednesday night. ' Porky Flynn. the Boston heavyweight, has been matched to box Jim Stewart In the Garden ono week from to-night. Labor Day. It Is Manager Gibson's plan to nr- range two nthee itni. twtiita . . -- - . . ...Hi i . 1 1 - slon. one of them brlhging together Dave Smith of Australia and Kddle McGoorty of Oshkosh that Is If Mr(!..rt.. .im .i-v.. . , . , ....... , j ,,,,, 1 . H ' . k on that day. Tommv num. Ha in t. ..... -... Jack Johnson In retirement Sam Lang- fOrd lS heaVVWelffht rlinmnln.. ,t.. WOrld. lllirns nrirl. lia t,A I... ki.., - " .ma ittuifU Hugh Mcintosh for a match with Langford in oj.iney on uoxing Day next December. Hums fnrrot. iu,li.inB .v.n. t. i j ..... . . , , .,,u. mi cuuueniy lert Australia last spring when Mcintosh, .-iiiiriiiiru s requesi, nsKed him to meet the Tar Baby In n twenty round bout. Burns has no Idea of lighting Langford In December or any other time. Why doesn't he come East and stack up against I'alier? Robert Fltzslmmons strolled Into a BrOndW.1t hntM fhn ntlin. u... eral friends asked him what he'd have and then ono of them queried: "Say, Bob, what d'ye think of the white hopes?" Mr. Fltzslmmnria AnimUmA V.IH 1.... Wlneil nil. litis nn HohtmA nl... ,I J -, ...Iu n iinii J lir-ji grinning broadly he retorted : -i oon t think." TENNIS MEN RATIFY CASINO. Clambake Soften Hearts of Those Who Desired a Chance. NrwroRT. II. I., Aug. 25, All opposition to the Casino as the place for continuing to hold the all comers national lawn ten nis championship tournament vanished to day at the clambake given In honor of the visiting players at Kaston Tolnt. The Newport Clambake Club spread Itself and under the Influence of Bob Wrcnn, Henry W. Slocum. William J. Clothier and otljtrs of the executive committee the affair turned Into a ratification meeting In favor of the Casino. On their way to the clambake In a motor car piloted by Gustave F. Touch urd, Dr. William Roscnbaum, V. G. Ward mid H. G. Frank were spilled out on Uelle vue avenue an their vehicle collided with another car. Dr. Ifosenbaum received a wrenched knee, but tho others only dirtied their clothes. There was considerable speculation to day nmong the followers of the game as to what sort of a showing Wallaoe F. John son will make against Maurice E. Mc Loughlln, the dauntless Callfornlan. In the final match which will decide the all minors singles title to-morrow morning. Johnson has been playing better and better as tho. last two weeks have gone by and his 6 2,' 62 victory over It. Norrls Williams at Southampton was sul .clcntly Impressive u week ago to Indicate thnt he Is not to Iw trifled with. Still the opinion Is general that McLoughlln will win In three or four sets. There Is considerable Interest also In the mixed doubles match In which .Miss Mnry Brown and Clifton B. Herd, the Call fornlan, will meet Mrs. Barger Walluch and Nathanlol W. Nlles for the cups pre sented by citizens. This match will end the tourney In the afternoon. 60EHRING MOHAWK CHAMPION. Wins All Around Title by Narrow Margin of Points. Leo Gochrtng, the Mohawk A. C. ath lete who went to Stockholm as a member of the Olympic team, won the all around championship of his club at McCimb's Dam l'ark yesterday. Points were scored for eight events, tho man with tho lowest number of points being the winner. Goeh rlng finished with 21 against 25 for Joe Gomez and 28 for Charles State. In the standing high Jump, the specialty that earned Goehrlng his place on the Olym pic team, the winner cleared 6 feet 1 Vi inches. A peculiarity of the competition was that In the running high Jump, Goeh rlng cleared half an Inch less than In tho standing Jump. The first three In each event were: Throwlnr 35 round Weight Leo Ooehr Ing, 31 fact 4 Inchaa: Tom Joyce, 1) feet t Inches, Joe Gomes, 25 feet 1 Inch. Standing High Jumjv Io rioehrlnf. I feet m Inches; Ft. Sllcmai, 4 feet 10 Inches; C. State, 4 feet 7 Inches. Putting 13 round Hhot Leo Oorhrtns. 43 feet k Inches. It. Mlcmas, 41 feet 6 H Inches; Joe (lomei, 41 faet I '4 inches. Throning Discus Jo JUdr. It feet 3 Inches, Tom Joyce. IS feat 4 Inches; Joe Gomez, 88 feet, Pole Vault for Distance-Joo (.otnei. 4 fret, It. Mli mas, 33 feet 4 Inches', C. State, :! feet 3 4 Inches. Throning Javelin C. State. 117 feeli Joe (lomez, 133 feet 4 Inches; Joa Judge, 107 feet. tunning Broad Jump C. Rule, 21 feet tl Inches; Joe Gomes. 19 feet 4 4 Inches; Leo Goehrlng, 19 feet 4 Inches. Running High Jump It. Mlcmas, I feat 4 Inches; Joa Judge, 6 feet i Inches, Leo Qoehrlng, t feet 1 Inch. HAWAIIAN FLIRTS WITH WAVES. Practises at Itockaway for It ace at nye Beach on Saturday. Duke Katianamuku. the Ha wallan swim mer who won tho Olympic 100 meters championship and broko tho world's record for the distance, wns the object of much attention at Itockaway Beach yes terday, where he was the guest of Joe Ruddy, the New York A. C. aquatic ex pert. The Duke was In tho water for tho greater part of the afternoon flirting with tho waves and gave a fine exhibition of hla skill as a swimmer. The Hawaiian will stay around here until tho swimming championships and will have hla first real try ojt at- the car nival of the Ilyef Water Club next Sattir. day, when he will meet Dick Frlzelle nnd the other fast metropolitan swimmers In the race) for the Thompson challenge cup at 100 yards. The carnival will bo held at the steamboat dock where tho ferry from Hca Cliff lands at Byo Beach. A special trolley car will take the New York swimmers from 177th street Bronx sub way station, leaving at 1 o'clock for Hud son I'ark, New Ilochclle, from where a stenmer leaves at 2 o'clock for Rye Beach. There will bo high nnd fancy diving for the W. II. Graham challenge) cup, a 100 yard novice and 100 and 440 yard han dicaps. rhyslcal Dlrrctor Likes Soccar. East OnANnH, N, J,, Aug. 2.1. The East Orange High School thin fall will make soccer football one of Ita regular sports. Vhyslcal Director George A, Henokel of the Kast Orange schools is the one who is responsible for that announcement. Iln believes the game Is worth cultivating and In Ills oplnlou the high school bpy who doesn't get a course In It will not have bad a complete education, , , . IN TWO MILE HANDICAP Scratch Mnn McNnmnrn Falls to Gain on Xavlcr Crack at Winficld flanies. DOHIjAND'S VAST Ql ARTE II Oiffords Keats Nants In Family Helay Walk Mel Slicp lari Exhibits. Bddle Jordan, tho Xavier A. 0. dis tance crack, turned off a ruttllng two miles at the games of tho Wlnfleld A. C. held at Celtic Park for tho benefit of St. John's Irfing Island City llospltul. Ho had sixty yaida start on J, J. McNamara of the Irish American A. C, and held his advantage throughout. Jordan took the lead after tho llrst mile, but was hard pressed by Shrelber of the National A. t, who started live yards behind him. Schrcl ber hung for u half mile more, when Jordan worked Into ii lead of twenty yards. In the stretch tho Natlonul mun cut down this lead so that Jordan only won by eight yards In J minutes 57 -5 seconds. Four prizes were given In each event and tho scratch man. McNamnra, looked In lino for tho fourth one ns he was ten yards In front of Galvin In the last lap. The handicap man had an un expected kick left and coming down the stretch with a rush beat out McNamara by a yard. Ieroy Borland showed a speedy quarter In the Catholic Athletic League relay race. He started the final relay for the Domini can Lyceum two yards behind Ben Garry of the loughlln Lyceum. He lay In be hind the Loughtlii man until the stretch and then with a great burst of speed came away and won by live yards. In the quar ter mllo handicap Joe Slonln of Buffalo, was a back marker, lie had seven yards handicap, but Incurred a penalty of three yards for a false etait, This ruined his chance nnd the best he could do was to get third, six yards behind W. J. Fisher of tho Irish American A. C. Thero was a novel event In a one mile lelay walk lietwcen the Glfford brothers nnd tho riant brothers. Walter riant gained eight ynrds on n. F. Gilford. In the first half mile, but when Bob Glfford took up the Job for the family he walked away from F. It. riant. Nenr the end of tho games Mel Shep pard ran a half mile exhibition with J. J. Archer nnd W. . Conway ns pace makers. Tho peerless look his time and finished the half In SMO 2-5. The summarls ; 100 Van! HnmllcRP Won hy A IVrK Irish American A V . 3 Hnl, Price Mr. fane, Hmnre f"t A. 0.. 6H yurds, sfcond, James 11, ruvinell. St. Christopher, 4 rds, third, y. I' Olutsch, l'asilnie A, C , 4 yards, fourth. Time, 10 :-D seconds. One Mile NuWce Won by Dennis lUardon, Omnani A. A , (liorannl I). I.acuardl, unat tached, sfconil. .1 Ott, Moliank A. C. third, J. F. rhrlan. Trinity Club, feurth. Time, fi minutes S-6 second. 600 Yard Itun. Handicap; Catholic Ath letic l.eRu Won by W. y Wallace, Knlshts of Pt. Anlhon Is yords. A .1. Dougherty. Ozanam A. A., 14 yards. secorU, James Ilucklry, Lnughlln Lyceum, It yard, third; n. Qulnn. Knights or St. Anthony. :i aril, fourth. Time. I minute It seconds Two Mile Itun. Handicap Won by 11. Jor dan, Xavlcr A. A.. 60 ynrdsi W. 11. Hchrel htr. National A. c, S5 yards, second; Hush llonohan. unattached, 110 yards, third; Will Urn Calvin, unattached, 90 yards, fourth, Time, 9 minutes IT seconds. HO Yard nun llundlcnn Won hv V.' .1. i Fisher, Irish American A. C, M yards; T UoRell. Irish American A. C. tl yards. eei-nna; J oionin, unaitacneu. . yards, tnird, '. Hauser, National A. c , yards, fourth. Time, 51 seconds. On Mile ltelay; Catholic Athletic l.eacue Won by Dominican Lyceum, 14 yards. tth K. Cillmore, F. Uorden, A. V Parke nnd L. IJ. Dorlund. Iiushlin Lyceum. 30 yards, second, with P McCaffrey. J r.uckley, J Yule and II. (larrlnc, Knlehts of HI. An thony. f.0 rd. second, with ,1). MrVlcker, .1. J Mel'auley. F ! Flynn and .1. J Iteian. Tlm, 3 mlnutea 29 l-p. eronits Ono Mite Helay Walk R F (llrfnrd. Knlshts of St. Anthony, and It II. (JIlTord dffenu-.l W. Plsnt and F. II i'lanl, linx Island A i'. Time, i; minutes 43 seconds. Throwing Dlscur, Handicap, Olympic Htyle Won by V. Hlndhnlm, Kalcra A. f. 40 feet, rlKht hand 104 feet li Inches, Irft hand 94 fret 10 Inches, total IX feet ll'i Inches. A. J Sheridan. Irish Ameilctn A C, IS fet, second, right hand 131 feet 3 Inches, left hand feet 1 Inch, total SIS feet 4 Inches; v. u. Yahlnncs, unattached, 54 feet, third, rliht hand 113 feet, left hand n feet 7 Inches, total Ui feet 7 Inch's. GEORGE BONHAG WILL RETIRE. Distance Kin Announces Cham pionships -Will Had Ills Career. George V. Bonbng, who has held the centre of the stage among distance run ners for the past decade, has announced his Intention of retiring as soon as the coming championships have been decided, Bonhag hns had a remarkable career as an Hthleto and at present holds all the ecords from four miles to ten. both In doors and out doors, with tho exception of tho Indoor mark nt ten miles, and his failure to hold that Is because he never ran thnt distance Indoors. Ills first national championship wns gained In the two mllo Indoor eent In 1901, nnd for several years after that he was known as theJndsor king because nt that time he could not duplicate the times outdoors thnt be mada tinder cover. He practiced assiduously and finally showed the sceptics thut he could run nearly us fast In tho open ns on the board tracks. From that time his popular title has changed to tho dlstanco king, and he pioved his light to thut title among Amer icans by being the ilrst from tho United States tu finish In the 6,0(10 meter race nt Stockholm, llonhat? performed In remark able fashion In the Olympic meet at Athens In 1906 when, after falling to score In the runs, he won the 1,500 meter walk, Bonhag's best record Is probably 9 min utes 14 1-5 seconds for two miles on nn Indoor track, but his 25 minutes 3 1-5 sec onds for five miles and 62 minutes 34 4-5 , seconds for ten miles supplanted figures mat nau etoon ror i "out twenty years, Bonhag Is a member of the Irish Ameri can A, C and Is one of the most popular athletes that ever donned a spiked ihoe. $100,000 A PA HT.M EK T FOH FL AT BUSH. Among the largo sales whioh were put through by the Wood-Harmon Company recently was the plot at the northeast corner of Ocean avenue nnd Avetiuo C, which was sold to a builder as a site for an apartment house that will cost $100,000, SPBINO LAKE KSTATE SOLD. J, W, Capen has sold to Charles Walt nnen of Brooklyn the C. W. Van Note place at Spring Lake, N, J, niciisioxn hill sale. J, W. Capen has sold for Robert and Donald Dey of Byraruse, N. Y., a houso on Atfleld avenue, Blchmond Hill, to Honry B, Steele. MECHANICS I.IKNS. TrtEilONT AV, n ror Lafcntalne v, lOOx 75 -Clyde V llowea nit L Napoleon Levy, owner; A Bonasur. contractor 1190 ID AV, 111) Victor Iron Works agt Morrla Prowler, owner; John J Oraene, contrac tor .... ,v M7 47TH HT, 111 W Marliley Hlidon agt Helena Perry, owner, Joseph Joubert, owner and contractor 116.1 TJIKMONT AV, n e, cor Lafontalne ar, Mx 43.1 Nathan lloaen agt L Napoleon Levy, owner: A Uonagur, rontraclor 1141 AMSTERDAM A V, 2440-44 Harry Jlmmer son ssl Frederick W Hunter, owner) Frederick W nohlusnn and George Horn, Jr, lessees; Julius Theodore Klabert, con traotor S200 KINGSHR1DOB TKIHIACH, till O B nay mond ti Co act John linger, owner! Mlohl de Minna Contg Co, contractor IH.15 HATIsMED MECHANICS' LIEN. 74TH BT, n s, 1(0 e West End av Richard K Thlbaut, Inc. agt Joseph II Davis llldg Co at al; May 1, 1013 MIS.Ii nuninWlT. a w cor 25th t- -.1 V Mnrnliv Lumber Co list Louisa M Gerry i t nl. Aug 14, ivi; iu ucpuuw 1311 IV AUCTION SALES THIS WEEK. Voluntary nnd Forced Offerings In Manhattan nnd The nrnnx. MONDAY. AtlflttST ?, (AT II Vr.tl'.Y fiTIIBCT) Dy Joseph 1'. Bay. 13211 ST, 5I-S1 W. n t. 485 w Sth ave, .VhtBO II. n sty apt house tt sirs; Slrmund Ashner ski Msrrla l-evy et al; Ooldloelr, C 4. U atlys; .1 r Oilyan, ref; due, 9, 187.90; taie.v Ac, J3.01IJ4, TUKSBAY. AUGUST 27. (AT II VBSr.V STIII'.CT.) Ily Henry Bract y. IIITII ST. m W, n a. S3 e Ains'd'm avr. l7.ttM.it, 3 My dive It I, unirrlrh, rxti, nit U S Aldama et al: Johnston & 1, nttys: P .1 hint, ref; due, 11.U7.71; taxes, Ac, (37.80; sub to a first mil of . . II3.0IIU (AT 3J08 THIRD AVENUE.) Ily Joteph V. Day. CONCORD AVE, Oil, a w cor 143d St. MxlOO. 2 sly uweJoiin Kiiiiiicn an nrnina iximonin et al: II C Kudllch, atly; Letter Laxama, ref: due, ., S4: taies. Ac tl.03S.41 FOIti:ST AVK, 1037-0, w s. 133.& n lBSlh t, Mule) 8; 3 3 sly iIwri: i M Mnnrtelhaiim est V A Ration et al: Duiion A K, attys: I) O'L Cohalan, ref: due I2.7e.3 09: taxes, tec, 1488.(13; sub to tour prior mils if refallni. ... .Sto.eouoo XIO IT AVK, 354-eo. see 144th st, 100x100. 2 5 My flats, Mrs on cor; .1 K- i 15 Simons ait llocli vllle Real KsUte Co; U S Hart, atly; W A Ktallmr. ret; due, UM7o.l3; sub to Orst mtc aiiieeatlng ... .. 37Mmo WI!UNISDAY, AUGUST 3S. (AT 14 VKSEY STREET 1 Ry Joteph P. Day. PIN EH I MUST AV, 40-M, n w c 170th st, Son & to IROth st-xino. t &-sty flats: Henry Hell at llounlrre Really Conitn Co: Iloiart A n, sills; I' J Dunn, ref: due, lnoi.31: right, title. Ar, which defendant had on Dec. IS, toil, or since. 431) ST. S0.VD i:, n s. 100 e !d av. 7r.slOO S. S-siy loft hlil i and 2-sty bk rear stable: Guardian Trust Co ait American Mineral Water Ma chine Co el al; Uarbrr. M A 11, attys: Urn Klein, ref; due. 147 .011.3s: taxes. Ac. 17,4.10 00; aub to first mte uf I40.(1. (AT 3301 THIRD AVENUE.) Ry I). P. Iniraham & Co. 140TH ST. om E, n s. 100 w Lootist ae, 2SX100. 2-siy tnt and sir and 1-sly fr hill: a U Ixiwtrre trMe, ait A It Jones el al; R K nrown. ally; l J Dubsan, ref; due, S:.2I4 21; taxes. Ac, JIM 67. Ily J. n. Mayers. ARTHUR AV. 2372. n e c lMlh St. 2txs5 SiJSiSJ 4. vacant: Julia cileason ait Jos Schnurcr et al: B F Moren. ally: K A Acker, ref; due 11,781 al; taxes, Ac, 31320. THURSDAY. AUGUST 20. (AT 14 VESKY STRECT.) Ily Henry llrady. I0TII ST. 1S1-.1 W. n s. I8S.S e 7th av, 40 2x0.lxl.1 4 tu, 12-sly lott and atr bide; G J Adams a(t U U cM 19th St Co et al: Rose A l. atlys, T K McCarthy, ref; due. IJ.3t).7l; tub to three mtga atrreiallnc tis.47s. By Joseph P. Day SEVENTY riFTH ST. S27 E. n s. 2 w 1st ay :s.4stsr.:, 4-sty tnt. i.una an noserr . w 1. liayward et al: J Thornley ally; J S Me llnnmiifh ref. due 14 OIJ.IO: ta rs. AC. II.SlO. SEVENTY li ITU ST. 3M E. n s. 23S.I w Ki ll , liayward et al: J J Thornley, atly, W I. Be Corklc, ref; due. 14.n3:.; taxts. Ac. J1.3CO (AT 3s THIRD AVE.) Ilv JuscDh I'. Day, CONCORD AV. 317 a. 1M.4 a 143d st, Id I00. J Sty D. anr J Kiiriniaii. irnsirt, .ti nn.. Montaiueet al; KldMtz ft H.attya;DO'LCo- TRYO.V AV, e a. 'tlo.tl n Reservoir UMval E. 30.HX14S.1 to iteseroir iai i.wnui, arant; Hailld Herman nil. Isaac Morltz et al. Harold swain, atty; Cha I'uttel, rrf, due, iru :: lairs. Ac, 117.33. FRIDAY, AUGUST SO. (AT 14 VESF.Y STREET I Ily Joseph V Day. 11 ITH ST, 11 W'n s. 431 W Mh av. 30X10. II. .. sty. tot; A II Nohn ait Joa Wolf el al; Edgar Whll lock, atty, J I" Joyce, ref; due.tlw.TWd 97: taxes 4 c. ison. TRANSACTIONS RECORDED. TRANSFERS. (With name and addrcsa of owner and at torney. When attorney'" name Is omlll'd addrvfi patty of the second part ) Doerntown. (South of Fourteenth St.) HOUSTON ST. n s. J01.S e Av C. 40sS.i I0.i70.9 to a a Id at (2SS-1JI Wm Klsch man to Downtown Talmud Torah (Hlble Study) School, n corpn, ' D Houston st, correction and lonrlrniatlon deed, Aug li, atty, I. T 1 Co. 160 Ilivay tl Kast Side. (Eaat of Fifth ar, between Fourteenth and 110th its.) tOTII ST, 211 E. f a., :0U0.6 (partition. May IS) Jos Rowan, ref. to rhlllp" Rillly, r.:.t l.-Tlnoinn nv. Ami II. atty. T I i.'". 13S llxsy I9.S00 I BAMK PROPERTY ire Inorlgagcl larv Hoive to same, ii c, duly l. .i ;iTII ST. s a, 300 e 2d a. 2f X102.S Uast trn and Southern N Y Realty Co to Ahr L Khss. ::c H th st. Hklyn. Aug 21; ad dress 12) t2 Usiei st It SD AV. 14S2, w s. IS SxlO.1. Wm It C!rer and ano, exrs KHz Hill, to Hy Kahra, 14S M av, mtg 1:2,100, Auz 1. any, T O Co. 17 Hway 1100 tOOTH HT. n s. 174 I 1st av, 17.1x100.5 Jonas V Nathonson to Joshua L Cowen. 19: Oranrt nv, mtg 140.000. Deo 22, ISO", attv, Hy Fluegelman. 2ti Hway . .1100 100TH HT, 413-15 R. n K. SO I 1st av. 37. K 100.11 .7 Wm Nathanson to Joshua I, Cowen. 1V92 Urund av, all Dsns, Apr i. ISO?, same atty 1100 I'ptswn, Manhattan Island, north o( 110th st ) ltlTII ST. It K. n s, 20x100 tl Hy Dclattre to Abrum Llhman. 1110 Madison av. mtg I7.S00. Aug 23, any, T O Co, 176 Uroad My 1100 7T1I AV. 1129. e a. .17 10x100 llarr Rosen thal to Hy A Oelnttre, 21 K llllli at. mtg 110,000, Aug 2-3, atty. T U Co. 176 Ilroad. wav It 119TH ST. IS W. n s. 14x73x11 6x69 2 (lore, closure. Auc 14) Alfred J Talley, ref. to Rnslne Memetl, 1'luintleM. N J, Aug 23; attys. Ilnylls Ik S, 17 Liberty al 14,000: 120TI1 ST. n s. HI w 1st av. runs v Dim 100 X e 33 4 X s 10. C x e II X s SO 5 10 beg Eastern and Southern N Y Realty Co to Abr L Has. 226 S Oth st, Hklyn. Aug 21; atty, A I. Kan. 122 Lssex t tl HIST ST. ill W. s s. II lxll.ll Martha, wife William Huhener to Jaa n Taylor, J4 W 24th st. mtg 111,000. Aug 23; atty, I, T I Co, no Hway 1100 1J7TH ST. 321 W. n s. 16x12 Herney Realty Co to Enid Uernateln. IS W list st. mm 110,000, Aug 23, atys. House, O A V. Ill Ftwiry 1100 164TH BT. ii e. 180 w Amsterdam av, COx !. It Hoht Schroeder to South Yonkers Home Const Co. a corpn, 15 Liberty st. c k g. ail Hens. Aug II, ntty. A R Levy, IS St Andrewa pi. Yonkers. NY t V ST. w s. at c I private road and 242 ID n llyckman st, ruhs n 44.1 x w U0.7 x a !2 11 to c I said road x 167.9 to her Frederlka H Ilrlnkman to Thos n Have, 215 Audubon av, mtg M.00O and all liens. Aug 23; atty, T O Co, 171 Bway 1100 llronx, (Borough of The Rronx I UNION A V, a. 321 1 n 161st st. JSxMl fredk W Kraemer In Hmanuel A Well, 773 r,rpS;c v Aug 23, atty, H II Arnold. 170 Hway it SAJIH PROPERTY Kmanue! A Well to Knianuel M Cohen et al, MO stefflns a, A'tg 23, tntg IS.1B0. any, T O T Co. ITA llasy S 00 COSTER ST, o s, 410 s Snofford av, 0x100 Wwr Mtif Ca to Louis Hloek. 7S E 9th st. Ills ,,'60' ll,,y' T fl T Co. 176 SAME PROPElitv Lni'tis Him It to HcKfOn Realty Co. 374 W lsth st. July 31. mtc ls.4,S. nllv. T fl A r to l?s llu-.- iiaa TH AV. u s, e i, lot J. map WakVilrld, ' 80x114 l.eo Hemerllng to Morrla Wetxler I i'. 5i' ''ingion av. Aug 21, mtg . Ji'.00J hi'y- T (1 4 T Co, 176 Hway. .1100 LOT S60. map Van Cortlandt estate Adam JMener. ref, to Israel Unodman. 1SU Stad on av, July 12. ally, I, T I A T Co. 160 , liL '"'O LOT H9. same map Same to same, July 22: atty, same 11.160 CLAY AV, v a, ISO a 171th at. Six Clem ent H Smith to Clement II Smith Co. 460 IC Tremont av, Aug 16. mtg 110,000; ad- dr'sV f.K Tremont av 1100 CI RANT AV. e a. 107.1 n 118th at, 2Sxl02- James D Taylor to Martha lluehner, 2lf v.iJ"i "'.Aug 21. mtg 17,500; atty, I, T I Ar T Co. 1 60 Hway , ,1100 PROSPECT AV. s a. 650 e Throggs Neck rd, J5xll0. Sllnnle Marcus to Eugene V Me Laugblln. 147 K list st, Aug 33; atly. Cokeley. 3S Ft Snhuylsr rd ..,,.11 IS6TH ST. a a, lis e Courtlandt v, 7Sxl9.7 IlenJ nenenson lo IJenenaon Really Co. 407 E IS3d st, Aug 23, mtg 111,000; atty. . K (! Hell, 609 Willis av ..$100 J17TH ST, 1021-23 K. 80x114.6 John .1 Tnlly Co to Caterhia Sammartiino, 411 E 117ili st, Aug 8; atty, J Comedlco, 1011 K 2t7tli st oo BRONX AV, e s, 200 n King st, lOOxJo Theresa Koehm to Jacob J Knchni, 207& Honeywell av, Aug 21, mtg 11,100; aeidri'S, 1075 Honeywell av tloo TA11T LOT 161. map Wilton, Ac John Dlwda to James liyrne. 671 Dawson st, Jan 4, 1910; atly, M J Sullivan, Wlllla av nnd 141th st it SAME PROPERTY James Ryrne to EIU Uowds, 441 Hobblns av, Aug IS; atty. aame fi HUOHES AV, 2146, e a, lis Anthony Meyers to Hertha Williams, 111 Chauncer t!'mBj5lyn' r!?Al' lL,mlf 11,140; atty. E T Chappell, 171 Lenoir av .llOO MORTOAOES. (With name and address at lander and of lender's attorney,) Donntawn. (South of Fourteenth si.) HOUSTON HT, 11414 K, 40x61.1 Downtown Talmud Torah School to N Y 1.1 fo Ins ft Trust Ce.i: Wall st, Aug 1$, 6 yrs, Uri atty, W T Emmet, tl Wall st 111,000 Kaal Sld. (Bast tt Fifth st, balwetn Fourteenth and 110(h els.) tOTII 8T, s. SO w rd nv, 20x101.5 -Vhlllii llcllry lo Title Inj Co, US liww., z )r, i I INC. ISLAND HEAL KSTATE FOR SALE. Bungalow Lots for 140 to $190 each ini hi: Bungalow Village at Brightwatcrs, Bayshore, L. I. $10 Cash. $5 Monthly lxt Itea'onably Restricted. If you ore lutoreitctl In owning a rholco LunRulow nltp, in one) of the lioaltliloHl ami mont nttracttvo spotfl on Ixinit lernnd, visit the Bungnlow Village at onre, as our Riieet. Thono Oreoloy 3204 for rtorvatlon. Hrlghtwatrri Antoboaea Meet Trains. Wrlla lor partlnilars, maps and copy of Ilooklcl No. 4. T. B. ACKERSON CO. New Tork DtTlresi 1 nest 3th HI. COUNTRY rrsltlcnce, jeaullfiil grounds: sell or let; can Inspect lu-day by telephoning 40 It Great Neck, or address noom 09. 0 llrondivay. i . ) NEW .IKKSF.Y URAL KSTATK FOR PALS. PRICE $5,000 CONVENIENT TERMS In Mountain Ileildcntlal I'ark. ONI.T M MINU'lES KROU RRUAD WAY.rfJN D.. L. & W II. II. Ovcrlooklnc TWO PICTURESQUE LAKES House Is near station, has 7 rooms, stone cellar, tiled bath, large veranda and good site plot. All city con--.etdences. It will pay you to send for further particulars. Address BARGAIN P. O. BOX 1023 N. Y. C. FOR tSALr THE LAKEWOOO HOTEL LAKEWOOD, N. J. The roost complefe Winter Resort In the North. Unlldlog and location Ideal for s School. rJanltarlum or Seminary. Al an enortnntu sacrifice. L. J. rniLl.ll'S ti 141. 73d st. & Columbui av. CITY It LAI. KSTATK. THEODORE STARRETT COMPANY UILDINO CONSTRUCTION 13 Park Av. New York p c, Aug 21 11,600 West Side. (West of Fifth av. between Fourteenth snd 110th sts.l 109TH ST. s s. 131 w Hway, ISxtOO.ll Maria A Donnegan lo Robert H Borwlck, London. Eng. Aug 23, 3 yrs, Ipc; attys. Weill & S. 34 Nasnu si $43,000 SAME PROPERTY Same lo Judith W ltlchardsnn. Ilrockton. II use, Aug 21, prior mtg $13,000. 1 yr, c p c, atly, Bernard Shaw, 42 Hway $3,600 Uptown, (Manhattan Island, north of 110th at.) 7TH AV. '1129. e s, 37.10x100 Henry A Delattre to Harry Rosenthal. 203 W 117th et. prior mtg $40,000. Aug 23. 3 yrs. Iprj attjs, l.ete A- C. 35 Nassau st 14.500 117TH ST, 112-18 W. 100x100.11 Albert W .1 Petri.- to Montrose Realty Co. 13S Hway, Aug 22. prior mtg 160,000, 2 yrs, 6 p c; atty, Title ins Co. 136 llnay 114.000 F ST. w s. 242.10 n Uyetmnn st, 44.3x1(0.7 Thos 11 Hayes lo I'rcdk H Hrlnkman, T Rolton mad, Aug 23. prior mtg 16.000, I yr, 6 p c. atty, T fl ft T Co 11,000 llronx. flljrouch of The Tlrons ) UNION AV, e s. 521. 3 n 161st st. $0x171.' l'tnanuel A Well to Fredk W Kraemer, Kamsev. N J. Aug 22. 3 yrs, Ipc. atty. T O A T CM. ITS Ilwav $5.77.0 FILLMORE ST. 1749. w 26x100 Fredk II Hecht to Oustav tlrossniun, 1262 lloaton road, Aug 23, I jr.". i P '. atty, T u T Co. 176 na $4,600 LOT 26. map Westches-er Terrace Eucens I JlcI.UKhlln lo Minnie Marcus. 201 W 120th st, Auk 23, 3 r. 5 p c; atty. Coke-l-y, 1126 Ft Schuyler rd I22S LOT 31. map 175 lots Uatate Lewis (i Mor ris Decatur Const Co to Agnes Hotchc gdn. 165 Vyss av. Aug 23. due as per hond; ntty. T O & T Co. 176 Hway, .14.200 LOTS 25 and 30. same map Same to Fanny Lomaa, 1911 Grand Iloulerard, Auc 23. due as per bond, atty. Cieo E Iluckhee, COT I! Tremont av 110.000 LA FONTAINE AV. 2011, w s, 37.6x100 Weller-Meeker Realty Co to Curtis II Pierce, trustee, 66 E 133d at, Aug 16, 3 vrs, 5 p c. nttys, James, S & E. 10 Hroad way 126.DH0 MARINE ST. s e cor City Island ave, 100x 100 Stephen l Horton. Jr. to Nicholas A Morton. 173 Morton ft. July IS, 6 yr. li r: atty. T (1 A- T Co. 1S nway .. .11,000 LOTS 649 nnd 650, map Van Cnrtlarit lis. tale Israel Goodman to Adam TTIeaer, ref. 3t Central Hsrk Welt. 2 hubs, eat It $1,612.60, 3 jrs, 5',i p r. atty, 1, T Ins A T Co. HO Hxny $3,225 16STH ST. a . 173 e doutrlandt nv, TSxII.? P.enenaon Retlty Co In Ureonwlch Mtg Co. 391 B 14lli st. Aug 23, 1 yr. t p n; attv. E C nell. f,0 Willis av ...139,000 CLAY AV. w s. 146 s 175th M. 50x CI.m'.nt 11 Pmllh Co to .Mrs Frank Leslie. 2039 flirav. Aiie 17. 6 yrs. 6 p c: atty. L T Ins A T Co, 160 Hway 115,000 HATISFIJvn MOUTr.AfiKS. ctrith name and address of lender's attor- PARK AV. w City's 117th it. c b s. Mar 2. 1J12 Tremont Pirk Realty Co to Muyer Miilbln, aty. T O Co, 171 llWSV .... Iltl'ld I11UGUK AV. 2667, w s. IS. 10x11 lilH.txH.s, Auk 2, io6t'm H Wright son. Inc In Wm II Wright attys. Hlldrslh A r. 3d av and 141th st $600 HOUSTON ST, 194. 316 E I2d St. 26'2I7I, n 1. 40.4x70 9x40x66.1. Oct 15. 1109 Will Fliehman to Herberi S Ogden, csr, K2 Heaver st I2'1.000 MAIUSON AV, 507-511, a e cor 63d st, 100.5X 47 9. Jan 23. 1110 The St t'lthtrlne Corna to Js T White; any. T (1 Co. 176 !'") II". 000 146TII ST. 612 W. s H, 19 10x99 It. .lug .1. 1909 Wm II OhiiHed to l.'dn.i 11 It In gle. ItnllilJ and as r r. atty, T (1 Co. 17f. Hway , . .$-,00 MILTON (now 166th) it, s. too xr Wash Ington av. 23HO0. Aug 1, 1899 Wllhel mlna Xeldler to AJina 13 Fedden; att. Julius Heldsrman. 1070 3d av ... .11.000 ST,.,A,?','r:'NC,;.AV' 50 Merrill st, "VU- JAu "' In Rudolph and Na oml Federman to Mutual Ilsneflt Society or Members of East Herman Conference of tho M E Church! atly, L T I Co. 160 Hay 11,000 RECORDED LEASES. ITH AV, s a. 60.11 n Still at, 16x100, all Henry Bergh et al to Wm Coulson Sons, ; irs from Oct 1, 1912; atty, Oeo II Corsa, lis Uway $14,000 KSn ST, 185 E. Mure, floor and basement Orella D nrown and ano to Nicola Car honsro, J75 Fl 123d st, 3 yrs from Stay 1. 1112 , 1301 FORSYTH ST, J0I.2I0. 1 bldgs Henry O (llaser lo Herman Rosenbaum, 431 K th st. 3 rs from Sept 1, 1912 $6,118 TREMONT AV. n n cor Uathgate nv, I story bids Cha y Helm to Andrew' K Han on, 601 I! Tremont av 3 is from July 1. 1911. atly. W II Stewart. Ull Id av.ll.S60 ITH AV. 901, all Ellsa Illlnks to Abr Mil. wr. 103 th av. I ra from May l, 1911, attv, A Sliver, 903 8th av 11.100 T4TH ST, 417-410 11. 4l,lx7S, all fMw Freuml to Jacob Abraham, 12 2d av, 1 yra from Sept 1, IJUj address, 9$ 2d av 11,100 I. IS I'KNDENH. nUTllER ST, 22- loaeph II Sehwarts agt Eva 1'elfer et al (foreclosure of mortgage); atlys. KriKower & Peters. ailKKNI! ST, 42-60 Mary A Watspn agt Sarah H Watson et al (partition) ;. atty. j fl noe, TH ST, 72$ E Ratechel Jnieph agt Oltll He nieok at sl (toreclosura ot msrtgsgsli alyt, S J Itswak. 1I7TH.ST, a s, IIS xr Tlrook av, 11x110 Jennie Currier et sl sgt Morlts Well el al (foreclosure of mortgage); attys, Treasln- Ter A Newrombe. IIT10 PLAINS nOAIi. 3114 Thomas A Mend agt Adelaide Hurlandn et al (fore r.losiir ot mortgage): atty, c O Wheeler. JENNINUB ST. 162-Noali norVoioUnt Widow and Uphan Aaan net Agnes M l'mgnell t al tforecloaura of tnorlgage): nll H Lewis. ' ItOTlf ST, s ; Jll.l a 4th av, lO.Hiloo Emigrant Industrial Savings Hank agt i'I'bb W Ilauarhst et sl (foreclosure of two , uiorlgagca), silts, it & E J O'Uvrnua, - r , I eJEf.BCT ArABTMINTI. I Apartments For Rent ELEVATOR APARTMENT HOUSES THE HUNTS POINT 3 Wl $10 r. s 7 IM) SS7 'i S7S THE LOREM 4 A 8 7 32 SIO $17 U WB ALSO CAN furnUh yon with olher apart ments at loner rente. a A. A HUNT COUPANV. Uast l3d and Slmpsin Streets. Take Ilronx Subway to hlmpson Street, a Roams) The.fUsotiv 15!'!?!! S llaths J :50 W. 82d St.. Cor try l10lll 0 Rooms) He Wilt fourt i K'tMilMI 3 llaths I 2M-2M W. SJil St. I llllltl 7,s.tiRms.l The Forres ll3Kn 1 Rath t Cor. R'vay A Slsl St. . "Hon 7 Rooms) 'IheAmldon ifllOOO 1 Baih i Cor. li'way ft Mil St. i nt nno 7 llonmsl The WaramauK lHio 2 Hatha I Ms West HSth St. ajltirMI 9-7 Rooms I The Ht. liermalne HI lino 1 Hath I Mth St. AmM'd'ni A v. maim KRoomsl 2U2-30I We-.tHOthS(. I3IM 1 Rath I .Near Urnadway ISI'IIU Douglas Rohlnion, Charles S. Ilrown Co. 2277 Hroaduay, or 121 Rroailutiy. Above 14th St.. Meat Mile. To Apartment Seekers Choose your apartment where ou ere offered the mo.it advantages at common sense rentals. You cannot therefore; af ford to choose without Inspecting The Belnord Flroadway lo Amsterdam Avenue, F.lghly-stxth fo Iclghty-seienth HI. You'll And that each apartment Includes more points of comfort and convenience than one would logically expect, ern In "7hit l.aTQttt Apartmrnl llouie in ll World." The 12-slory stmclure covers as entire rlty block and encloses the largest apart ment house court In existence, a veritable park with shrubbery and fountains. Every loom Is an outside room, hall ot them overlooking the court. An en chanting sir of riulet pervades the whole building. Yearly rentals from $3,100 up, Ineprction la strongly recommended. WOOD, W. II. IIOLSON CO., Acentl, F. II. Broadway, Cor. SOIh St. Retldence Office on l'rtmUe. phone 10400 River. THE BELNORD Untlro Rlock Broadway and 86th St. Apartments of 7, 1. and 10 rooms and 2, 1. 4 bathrooms. Rent $3,100 upward. DORILTON No. 171 West 71st St. !" t, 7, a snd 10 room Apartment". Rants $1,500 to $3,300. Including electric light and refrigeration, r. R. WOOD. W. II. DOLSON CO., llroadway. cor. 80th St. 120 West 86th St. Between Coluinhss nnd Amsterdam Ave. JUST COMPLETED A twelve story Ore proof building ot lbs high, at type. Convenient 10 the Subwsr snd new Mth St. "I." Station. UnobtlructcJ light in exery room. 6 Rooms, 3 Baths, $1,750 7 Roo-as, 3 Baths, $3,000 to $3,300 8 Rooms. 3 Bath. $2,000 to $2,500 Extra servants rooms tf desired. Apply ta Owner n Premises. Telephone SIM Schuyler. TIIK CCTEJ4T 8, 4 and S rooms and bath Apis, on Washington Heights. " "levator service. Electric light, Ac. TH! WILTON I leu is SM 10 IAS monthly. SCHLVIlLER A LIHRI.KR, S'j: nroadway istih Si. Phone 72K Audubon, GAINSBOROUGH lia ntseralde Drlie, near Mil 81. Two apartments on a Boor. S and 0 rooms. 11,(100. Apply Hupl. on premises, or McVICSCAII. G A ILL It D REALTY CO., 444Columbuaav.,nearSlstst, rhoneS.'Sj Schuyler THE WENONAH 523 Wast 112th St. NlAll llHOAlnrAV. Sleeping rooms grouped: extra cloa tt; 6 and 7 rooms: I and 3 baths. l.'enU 72U to SISOO Hmton t Spraktr Ce. THE CHAUTAUQUA 88tH St. and West End Avenue Now Ready far Occupancy. New 13 Hlorr ilnlldlug. B-6-T A fl Largs ftooms Ka.Tfri, 3 Baths. Rents SJI.SOO to aa.aoo. THR HAMILTON. N. II. Cor. Riverside Drlts & U4th St. Ready for occupancy Sept. 151D. s to S rooms, S and s baths. I.IOO lo 113,800. Open for Inspection. Agent on premises, or NLAW80N a nonus. ial West 77d St. . Tel. 7240 CoL THE CAMPtS. an -4 1 ( lareaaont Av.. Above nulls SL Between Broadway and Riverside Drive. Overlooking Ih' campus of Barnard College and Columbia University. Convenient 10. Broadway Subway station and surface cars: every apart ment facing the outside: 4-&-S-7 rooms. 1-3 baths rnoderau tenuis. Apply at ornc on premises. REAL ESTATE AT AITTION. EGEMERE AUCTION SALE ann itifiitLV m pi.on.n lots j NEXT SATURDAY, AUOUST 31, OX THK PRHMISl S AT I I'. M. ' DHf AN L. KK.VMJ.I.V, 1S6 llroadnav, Now Tori., TO LET FOR lU'MNKSH rt'RrOSES, SMALL STORE In Ihe REST SnCTIO.V of the BRONX suitable for DELICATKSSE.N, FAMILY LIQUORS, FLORIST, SlIOHS, 11AKKRV. OKN'T'.I FtlRNISHINO, MILLINI'.RY, HAIR GOODS snd MANICURK PARLOR. Rants very reasonable. A, ARl'.N'T CO., East 163d 01 Simpson Sis. Take Bronx Subway to Simpson Street. I.J .11 LS-.'I 1 ', I I I -U m-J-BB BRONX REAL ESTATE rOR HALH. 11.000 CASH buya three story apartment house; six rooms each; Income 155 mumnly: Mount Ver non. Address ATTORNEY, loom 61. In Broadway, ALES BY AUCTION. DAVIDSON, MANN A MANN, auctioneers, sell Imported bronz.es, oil paintings, rugs and art ware evenings this week, llsf Broadway, New York city. NAT, ROOCnS tt CO., auctioneers, sell lm- Jnrted Japanese high art. etc., sienlngs August -28-Sl, IS East lIUl 11 SOIIOI'PJ Si RHICIf, suetloneers. Kll evenings Imported art goods and oil paintings at lMi Can lllhsl., August M 2S SI. CLirroRn wkstley a derman, sue tlonesrs. sell Japanese high art. Sato, Seaside, llockaway JJeach. . JOS. 8. API'KL. auctioneer, sails Jastnese brlc-a-biac and oil palollngs evenings 1701 Broad way, Brooklyn. D. GORDON, auctioneer, sells evenings Jap goods and oil paintlsgs sl S8S Grand st. snesa U. 6HUBR1N, auctioneer, sells Japanese goads evsnlngs at 1SSS 3rd av. A, A, KINSTLER, auctioneer, sells evenings Japanese high an, tlsasUJe, itockaway Bearh. I.. miKDArRO sells evenings bric-s-brao and elipalallnis. Aligns) 2S-2S.30, at ISM Broadway. MOF, FRY CO., auctioneers, sell Japanese nigu art sveruags an wecx si unguiou ucacn. SELECT APARTJIKNTf.. I ft imvwwii.jrruj.rKii mi sati East Side OlTice 10 East 45th Street 'lelcphone 3M0 Rryint West Side Offico 2277 Broadway ififpn'inr ;w.i nrniir Abate lllli M., Luul side. tm Apartments For Rent We specialize in the renting of ll" highest-class apartments in the FiftJ Avenue and East Side Sections. Plans snd particulars await o'ir inspection at our office. Call, write or phone at once to Douglasl.ElIiman &Co. 421 Madison Avenue At -43th Street. Tel. 850 Murray HiiJ. M ft PARK AV. Southeast corner BHIh SI New twelve siory fireproof apartment hpuYr. 24 apartment., 3 en each Hour 17 already rented. ' 7 rooms and u bttnrooms, 0 rconib slut :i iMtlirnnnn Rents M.am to f l.trjo, . - Al-o ItlO i:.4SI .15TII ST. Near l-xlngliin Avenue Kew S story sbspliilrly ilieprnuf hoirf kce pine spin tnicnl. ' !-3'l rooms and baths. Hen Is Joon-ll.SSO JOHN' .1. m:lt. I'ti.N. CO.. Owners, tinr. Klflh A.. near 4ld St. or Itepresentailic on Ptetnltcs. tlrooklya. Before Renewing Your Lease Inspect the Apartments at 34 PLAZA STREET 703-707 VANDERBILT AV. 256 STERLING PLACE Tno lines of cars pa" this ho'ise to llanhatlatC Time, SO minuter. S minutes lo Atlvnllo avenue Mibay Station location omio-lie Prosper Park. Six rooms and bath. All larxo room. Steam heated, hot water, open plumbing, ts," ranges and hardivnod floors. M'tll bo decorate.! to suit tenants. Reuted on Iiisc. Terms, J3J.W to 170 per month. ? A lease with a responsible landlord is an assurance that your contract will be fulfilled to the letter. Tor further particulars apply to Janitor, 23 Sterling pla.ee. Tel. HI I'toepcct. or TIIK I'OIIIS Mt'.VLIt f'UIII'ANV, U WILLIAM STHLirr. NhW OUK. 1 Tilcphonc lUjOJohn, i, Before Renewing Your Least Inspect the Apartments at . 516-518-520 WASHINGTON AV, 5M9 FULTON STREET. K SO minutes from Manhattan hy troll?:- i minutes from .N'evias Street Suhwny htatlnp. 4 rooms end halh, All large loom. Slcsn heated. Hot ualcr. Open plumbln;. Will Hi decorated to suit tenants. Rented on l?atti Terms 122 to ili per month. All llht rooms., A lease with n responsible landlord is an assurance that 1 your contract will be fulfilled to the letter. For further particulars flpplv to Janitor. 5 Washington atenite, or nn. coins mi'.tcis cti.. J WILLIAM STItl'IT M!N U1!L Tci 10 jj John -q APARTMLST HOTKI.S. 6 HOTEL FLANDERS :s.'t-S.'ll He-1 4-Hh I hrn-Jtli to -trsth At. .New ndilltton now cnmpleicil. Exceptionally fnnilslinl epnntnents. llh pn vale bath, from Sin In SIS tier werl.. Two rrmji Suites, SIB lo S2I ir wrek Transient rati Room, Mlth prlxalc hath, from Sl W per day nv ward. . IIORACP, II 5IIW I r-i,,, HOTEL MAJESTIC Ceatral Park West, at 721 Street Residential unites of any ilosjred nuirib.f of room.? for linen. 0 Transient anil t-asou accoiniriotlat.oniN, I.orcn it, .lolitistnti, Alsi-' FURMSltED ROOMS TO ..ET. A- WAVKRLV PLACIJ. 101 -i:icantly luf nlrhed room, with private hath: S9 per wenk 12TII ST.. 31 WKST- DeMrsbl; large, itn.1? rooms, parlor floor, studio hutlncLS or doctm'' sub. "L. 34TH ST.. IS I'AST -HandMimely lurnl f.c large room, baih: ss up: al-o smaller room " MTll.r.i LAST - Allraellve part lime and teilf! dent studios, rooms slnsle or en suite ISI) ST . 15 KAST, cpnosllc lintel .Manhattan 1 arge room, pitvaie uath: also small rooi-u reference. , MTH ST. 141 WI'ST Furnished, soollcssrooin I private bath; continuous hot water; genllcincii . uutui."). triiiitru. I4TII ST, 110 HI'.ST-Atlractlie suite, also large mal. 1 noitis; trell:n location; priiafl house: telephone. flOARIlBUU MANTBII, A AlT.lll.Y PLAIT. 103 -.I.K'irYntly l.t? nlshed toom lth private balli, Sis per wees. including meals 1TII AV . 4?- Well furnished front psrlon other rooms; Oral class table; rcOned surrouudlogs. 1 If. le HELP WANTED FEMALE. T! FUR OI'ERATOR and fflrls willing lo learo, taught frer; calarv to begin second itrek. Ad dress A. M box 107, 817 Sth nv. 1 LADY wishes position as companion to lid who travels. Address LOI'ISX WllliLAN. care nt The Terrace. West 23d st . cltv IlZI.r WANTKD JIALB. FURCtriTllRS AND NAILER! WANTED TOR OUT OF TOWN. ADDRESS B. N , BOX ltrS S17 STH AV. WANTED Energetic younr man of good adr dress and rhaiartrr, preferably a college mtii hut not necessarily n. to travel for a nell kno'vp large New York company. Write letter, atailnr business experience and age. Address E box Wi Sun office. WANTED Kales manager of experience ami Integrity In handle sales ot Jewellers' specialties snd high grade novelties In one of the largest and best cities In the Canadian Noithwrst: llhl tral commissions and permanent counectlit guaranteed to the right man: must be prenatal to furnish references and give eatlifactory bund Wrlle N. A., box IIU Mm office, WANTED Arslstanl to president of publishing enmn.nt'l rnllern BTAlltlAte: shoillll tiae ahllllV 10 wrlio and borne buslncs". experience: rreferablii In adierllslng; knowledge of shorthand of value: IVS actSUS as in quauucauuui in irp.y, nuuieii , box IISSuniifTlce. The Wall Street edition of Thk EvitMhO, fi.s contains all the financial nana and the stock and bond quotations lo the ilose of Ihe msrset The rinsing quotations, Including the "bid and ssVed. prices, wlih additional news matter, are rontakinl rlsnln Ihe tilghl and flinlcdlllouj uITUSEviNTj.il lUl'K.-.lCr.