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THE SUN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1W3.
TOMBS MUST BBVILE
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Con tin up).
WO.UKN IX SIMONY CKl.i.s
How ClflMHI Dftlfl. of l'rinn
KMiiltn in TanirlfK of
Con f union.
To m- how badly on Briauaerl in th
Tomb really it, a reporter for TUB
jii-s. with the permission of Commit
sinner of Correction Patrick A. Whitney,
went through the prison on Saturday sf-
it mi !!, t that the congestion haa
wrv nearix rescneu me tannest limn xr
the IHtl-ndd cell In the lty prison only
shout i J.". are available to house prisoner.
On Saturday there war 727 men.
women and boy In these 411 coll. There
t right lem prlaonoro than on the
night before. Of the 717 Inmate only 111
hd relic to themoelvea. The root were two
In a cell.
Rut theae figures give a very Inadequate
Idea of the hoxreleea huddle In which all
theae unconvicted poroona ore kept for
rery few of the whole number hove been
adjudged anility of any crime The great
majority of them are merely waiting
trial, and tome have not even been In
dl'led for any crime. In Mile country the
low preaumea oil theae to be innocent.
The Flight r Ike BVaenea.
With the exception of prisoner. In the
dismal old otructure thot waa built oa an
annex to the old Tomba the plight of the
omen aeemed to be woral.
The women'a prlaon In the Tomb atarta
In a semi-basement and the bottom cells
are in a perpetual twilight which the
single electric lamp In each cell eeema
only to accentuate. Their .cell are
higher, aom of them, than the men'
and boys' cell, aeveral etorlea above
ground, but thoae on the upper level are
The ground cella In the women'a prison
tie a dark as the beat or worst at
Ring Sing. There la fortunately not ao
much doubling up of prlaoner In the
women's cell, but It exists.
To hear little old Bill Gallagher. Tomba
guide, you would think the prlaoner'a lot
In the Tomba a happy one. But perhapa
that I because BUI can remember the
old Tombs and the day when hanging
look place In the little yard under the
So dark are the women's cella and ao
uncleanly their appearance In the bottom
tier that one doea not marvel at the reek
of disinfectants that permeatea the whole
prlaon. That la the amell of smell,
though there are other forceful odor to
be detected. That the Tomba has a
aystem of ventilation atrlkos visitors ao.
Incredible. Vet It muat be true, tor a
ear or ao ago an eacaped prisoner hid
In a ventilator ahaft. It la not recorded
thai h caught cold from the draught.
Of courae It Is Impooalble to keep parta
f the Tomba tree of vermin under these
condition. Doubling up In the cells, too
few keepers, keepers worked twelve hours
gay, cella that never get the light
of day. a conatant come and go of all
sorts of persons. Including the most un
cleanlyalt these things snake vermin a
condition olwrays to be reckoned with.
The most that can he done Is 10 fight it
nil keep It down.
Darkness. Dlrl aad Cratvdlag.
The eighty cell In the annex weie Ilk
those in the women' prison In respect m
dirt, lack of light snd general unlUneS
foi human habitation. Home of theae
cells are used to houe the dirtiest lot of
prisoners the dtunksrds and others
hose offence need not be specified.
Ha Jammed I the prison proper that
there hardly room to move. Visitors
have hnd to be cut down to one s day for
each prisoner, and a the corridors, hall
ways, stairs anil everything hod to he
siiueesed in the exterior curves of an at
tenuated French chateau getting about
requires a guide lesl you lose your way
There eeema to lie no plan In the Internal
arrangement of the Tombs. The "style"
of the outside having been determined,
Oils, passages, grills, searching room
and all were fitted in as well as possible.
The result Is astonishing. Cells on
ruivea, chapels tucked away here and
i here, a couple of elevators for prison
er, visitor, freight and prison officers
niliscrmlinataly. a kitchen somewhere.
. I unil. waiters appearing suddenly out or
i he floor and as big a arowd as at Broad -wav
and Forty-second street all discon
cert the stranger. A striking illustration
of the confusion that th crasy arrange
ment of the building and the present con
gestion have caused was observable on
There had been services In the Prot
estant chapel. Ths prisoners to return
to the cell block had to cross a hallway
about ten foot wide. There was a guard
at the chapel door. There Wag a guard at
the door to the call block.
Three visitors wore emerging from the
ell hlock to take the elevator In the ton
foot hallway. The elevator arrived and
landed incoming prisoners, a milk pall,
some bundles, a couple of penitentiary
pr, soner who do the Tomba housework
nd another guard. Then it took a
fourth guard and five minutes time to
herd fourteen men from the chapel across
the ten foot hallway to the cell block.
This was all several storle above ground.
Otherwise there seema to be no good
reason why, deaplte the array of guard,
the chapel prisoner should not have
bolted down a night of stairs facing the
elevstor and hid themselves In some
queer corner a yet unsuspected of sny
except the builders.
In tko Boys' Prison.
In the corridors of the boy' prison
th top tier of the building there was a
perpetual walk around. They let the boys
do that a couple of hours every after
'toon. After seeing the building It may
he ...needed that to let them out In the
card every afternoon would bo too great
an undertaking. Tet. with all Its fan
tastic Interior, the visitor sees plainly
thst the Tombs would, In the main, ha an
all right prison if there were not more
1 then one man to a coll.
Most of the cells look pretty decent
after viewing those at King Sing. They
Bit wider, have steel walla, can be readily
kept clean If there'a no doubling up, are
most of them fairly lighted and could be
vary well lighted. They have running
water, basins, beds that fold up against
th wall and usually a bench of some
son They have steel barred doors that
do not exclude light unreasonably.
The crime comes In putting two men
in each. That doesn't Isave much room,
naturally, and In ao big a prison, with
auch large and constant shift of prisoners,
it I out of the question to guard against
etting a diseased man With a wall man.
a man of clean habits with an inde
errlable. . Ths result la that When a
prisoner Is put In the Tomb overnight
lie . at. not know hut that the next morning
ill find him vermin Infeated : when he
Mr In the Tnmhe aa long aa four months
Waiting trial ha runs a very serious risk
r contracting dlseaae. And If a boy
goes to the Tombs no one oan f erase What
Vice n may learn.
That these dangers are actual any visit
to th Tomba will certify to the moat
brspltcxl peraon. Ha will Bee dlseaae
and degeneracy In too many facea about
Picture on the left shows men's corridor looking north, with windows enlarged,
corr(Jor tooWftl otith. with the old windows, which mike cells dirk.
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him to have any doubt n to the conse
quenos of doubling up. Ami a conse
quence far lea tangible hut pet haps an
great is the communication of n crim
inal mind a alrkened outbaik upon the j
World outside tund a hag of the crim
The Way tu l.ad It.
..w-h0.'-'y? . ."""y.
ended, it has been said on good authority, I
with the purchase of n little additional
Isnd and the erection of a new annex
at a total cost or 1700,000 or IsOO.OOO
Another way of ameliorating things
would be to induce the Judges of the
Court of General Sessions, who get 117.- i
r.QO unlec u vaae tn not In full lnv
from la A. M. to 4 P. It,, through the!
summer months. Help could be gut by I I tu 400 acre arid there .ire now ten leuse-
resumlug the court William T raver i holders.
Jerome established, ileneral Sessions. I i Tuhnnto. the name of the oolon. has
Part V.. continued. Perhaps It Is too: js KeDOrt to Chancellor! It affairs administered by a council con
much to hope for a second criminal I I slstlnc of three representative! elec ted at
branch of the Supreme Court. And per-I Rl'OWII tllP T?an Deal With the VlltaHN meeting.
hap It is useless to point to the Court The lands come to the village thioush a
of Special Sessions, where three Judges Various Kvils. deed of trust made with Prof, l-w's
trv civil caaea with a riuxen times the Jerome Johnson of Harvard. William U
peed of the Jury cases In tleneral Sea
elons. It was said yesterday that condition
at the branch workhouaes on Hart's and
Rlker's Islands were somewhat worse thus
the miserable atate of thins nt the min- '
clpul workhouse on Blnckwell's Island, a
uest'i'tption or wnicn nppenren in ester
NEEDN'T PAY ALIMONY
IF WIFE REMARRIES
Coill't Allows Mlisieiail (ieliest
toiStop Con trihu tine to Mr.
and Mrs. Walworth.
Supreme Court Justice Wlntaker lias I
decided that even if a divotce decree i
doea hind the husband to pay his wife .
alimony "during her nstural life
doesn't rompel him to keep on paying
alimony after the lady ha acquired an
other husband who ought to support her.
Charle J. (lebeat. musical director for
Cohan m Harris, nnd compoaer of the
musical COmady "The lied Widow. ' was
divorced oti November '. Iflti. by Caro
line K. tlelx'sl on the recommendation of
Justice Whltaker. who heard the cne
aa referee before he went on the bench.
(leDeat was orneren to phv in w ire BIB I
a week for her support and tl a week t
"" on. ,.s ... orucm. ,,i.
which .none, ne no ui pin in a savings
bank for the benctlt of the son.
The defendant paid alimony until re
ntly, when he made application to ,lus-
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nc- iniiuiin i" " reuoeo ui i ae i
payment on the ground that hi wife
was married on June j. 1111, to one
Hu. B. Walworth, salesman for a clg- I
arett. company. ;
Oebest said that In spite of the fact
that the plaintiff , present husband has
been supporting her since he married
her she haa concealed the fact of her
marriage from her former husband and
has collected over 15.000 In allmonv while
aha was the wife of another. If. didn't
find out until about July I of this year
that his wife had another husband h.
Mrs. Oebest Wslwoith oppoaed the cut-
ting off of her alimony and told the court
that her marriage didn't relieve her for-
mer husband of the payments, "as It
waa distinctly understood and agreed that
the defendant ahould make said payments
to the plaintiff during her natural life,
Irrespective of whether she might re
marry." Mrs. Walworth said It In untrue that
her present husband has been support-
Ing her. becauae hla salmc I only US
a week, and she couldn't live on that sum
She submitted an affidavit by Walworth
to the effect that hie pay la only US.
airs, iteoesi waiwortn sam that her
former husband can afford to keep on
paying alimony because he , haa a large
Income as musical director tor Cohan A
5fS is, " royltl" rr0.n?ml,any of Ocorge
frntu 111 Mteresf In "The II,., I Wl.tnu.
which yields him st lesst tlfiO a week.
Uebeat replied that he never agreed
to pay the plaintiff her alimony irre
spective of whether ehe married again
and said that If he had learned of her
marriage at the time .he would have
eaved the f!.000 he haa paid her for the
laat two years. He also objected to his
former wife demand that her son's sav
ing bank account be taken from He
best and put In her rare, becauae he aald
he feared she might divert some of the
money depoalted for the boy to her own
Justice Whltaker upheld Oebest In all
hla contentions, and aa a reault of his
rutins; other husbands who may have
thought thsy ware required to pay ali
mony during the lifetime of their former
wives msy apply for relief.
NBW BKAI.TV CORPORATIONa
Ths following realty corporations were
chartered at Albany Saturday
The Byrne Corporation, Manhattan, capi
tal I10.0BO; director. Julius Klein, Jack
Nadel and Sadie Frollcheteln, New York
Jafco Realty and Holding Company,
Manhattan, capital $1,000 ; directors, Jacob
Cohen, The Brons; Julius Locker. New
Tork city, and Frank Iaa ker. The Bronx. , Clay Gooding, . x-Suprrme Judge of Arl
Conklln Real Batate Company, Uttca. ' sons, died here tn-day as the result of
N. V ; capital. $15 900 . director, Thomas injuries Inflicted by a footpad recently,
r. Barrett, O. P. Conkllng and a. R. Judge Gooding was wall known through
Btuedel. L'tlea, N. T. out Uta SouthwaaL
Improvement at BlackweiTs
THE NEED OF FEWER
AND BETTER LAWYERS
IPcrtOtini and Procedure Wotlipng here, baa started a colony of single
Ketiiire Keform. Says
HI'LKS OF EVIHEXTK WEAK I
Clarence TV Ashley, dean of the New
Vork University law school. In a r eport I
submitted to Chancellor Kltner B, Brown
,i,, ,-ensin nere.r re .
' We need fewer lawyers." ssid Dean
I Aahlev, "hut those we have should be
highly ti allied, liberally educated men.
There 1 a very general belief among fair- i
minded men that our legal system I (
antiquated technical and 111 adapted to
present day need ro some extent tt.ts
belief i Justified
"We need a complete fundament
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thing is wrong in the administration of'
Justice and the View I reached that the
law itself is defaotlve. A a matter of
I fact one Important element of the exlstlnx
' evils ol administration is the crude con
' oeptlon of law on the part of man
who ate allowed to practise. For rears
we have been admitting to the bar all
ovr r the I'nlted States poorly educated
lawyers Such a state of affairs Is
bound lo i- suit In evil
Ii Is vital that
the best law School should lie encouraged !
Ta Slmpllfi 4 HII Procedure. butter and eggs In Washington Market.
Then Iiean Ashley died his shot at th was knocked senseless b) footpads in
New fork ('ode of Civil Procedure, tteiaifford ivenue, one of the driest residen
"Our civil procedure is frequently com
plicated bennd desct Iptioti. Till is espe
cially true In the State of New Vork.
Our t ules of evidence should be greatly
I.Wk.1 H.-.l if M.O ,4l. ,t i'- w-Iim u,ttie..l.
for Instance, the rule sgalnst hearsav is
subject to thirteen BgtwpTtonl of s confus-
)n)t natuie and bied iwhiii no underlying
principle w rn not leave the entire que-
Hon to the sound dlsctetloti of the trial'
Judge. Just aa WO da that of m iterlallty "
1'he deati next took the stand mi dis- ,
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pmed ground w lien ne satu t ne entire oC-
frlns In the law of consideration should
be abolished This theme la a sort of
hobby with Mr. Ashley. He wrote an
ttr,l.le for the fur, r,l .nic Rrrirv a.t
ear on thlfl aubjet. but In this report he
dismisses It merely with the. words !
"In the law of contract we might well
abollah the technical doctrine of consldeni -
I Commenting further on needed chanae.
"In the law
of real property verv much
could be slmnllflsd. and so on through the
,11st In i rim In ,. 1 las- s,h msSamluMm,
1 1st still more imperative. The time OOCU-I
P'd In -electing Jurle In murder cases
has often become a scandal.
Th eed of High tirade Mea.
"But all these change should he made
after a thorough study by well qualified
men. I'nlverslty law school can do no
greater good Ihan In preparing men to'
oarrV out this Idea." I
I What New York I'nlverslty will do
toward remedying theae conditions Bain
Asi.ley outlined thus :
I "Our proposed graduate course mav
I well lead to investigation of thoae burning
questions and WB can thus help toward a
correct solution. The queetlona before the
.ountry require a profound etudy of our
; institutions and we need men who In ad.
; glUlcsai to a thorough knowledge of our :.ir
1 hive a so had u wide and varied pet -
sonal experience. Not only do our great
c( nomtc queetlons require skilled leglsls
. ion. but modifications of our form cf
government should be made only by those
who fully understand the present laws
and the cause of evils which may exist."
In ,.chllni. Me Aahlev aaxWWawa
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acruimema inuruugniy hi narmunx wiiii
these of the Lord High Chatted lot of
England. Viscount Haldane :
"There is an Important nnd decided
movement throughout the bar of the
United Htates and of England looking
toward the maintenance of tho hign ethi
cal standards of the legal profession.''
Owe Lawyer far Beta Hides.
DBNvaa, Kept. 11. A Mexican sheep
herder named Vigil attacked a brother of
White Rabbit, a Ute Indian chief, on the
reservation In Montssuma county laat
winter. Then White Rabbit avenged hla
brother's Injuries by beating and seriously
Injuring Vigil. United States District At
torney Kelly haa been assigned to de.
fend White Rabbit and he will have to
prosecute the cass also.
Judge Dies After Faotaad'a Attack.
leos ANnii.se, Sept. 14. Judge Henry
admitting more light. On the right is a
TAHANTO'S ECONOMIC RENTS.
Flake Warren Saya Single Tax fal
nay I Pure llemocract .
Boston". Sept 14. l'lske Warren, w ho is
well known because of his activities In be-
I nan Ol low niipanaa sno nis Miciai siauii'
I isaxers timi nas upsei rne inousanu-ouu
'cltlten of the vlllaxe of Harvard, thirty
miles out. where the colony I located.
In the four year sine Mr. Warren
leased the first parcel of land to BtlBfl
i Monsvvln for the "economic lent. the
single tax assessment la termed, the colony
territory has grown In else frdm one acre
Price and Mr. Warren us trustees. They
hold the lands and all other propertv that
ma lie conveyed to them a trutees upon
condition that they set apart such per-
lon or land us the Village may nesa rot
public uses and grunt leBes ror ninety
j f ilnei years of othei portions of the land to
individual ntiil corporations. Mr v ar-
ran says Tnhnnto Is a democracy in tht
true sense ,,f the Word.
BAAflRIII I0 Of I? I I I IPUW
TWIT AUk) 01DHL L1UI1 i
OF WASHINGTON MARKET
Wa la Mr. Irf seher. Mean f
Rntter and I'.ira Men. and
(iet Mis Diauiond Pin.
Charlsi P Hrescher. who is fis ears
Old and haa laid b) about ITI0.00M) In
the rtft -three ears lie lias been selling
tial streets of Jereey City, at 7:S0 o'clock
I last night. Thy stole his II .",00 diamond
soarfpln. gold watch and ohaln and 12.
The holdup tooU place not far from
1 Mr DesBcher'S home at IJ tllfford ave-
nue and aoout
the noma of St
i block and a' half from
Una CloVernOr James p.
.Fielder of New .!erse
t 1 3 . on the
Mr. Dresclte- .n on h'e wav home from
Now Vork. H croasod to Haw Jerare
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i! ,,it.,eu,i iuoe. o.iaiO'-O .1 Slieei
I ,. , ,lt Maehanaa nla. e al rr ui ivi
" , an, .Vlfr" "' venues lod -t . teT r,,
, w' ,k , ' ! ' " t ' l . . . .
uSu " whe so,, e ,,, . M.'J " ' S
"JJ ? h-j ' ' ' . f , ''"J
! 'N 1 . ' , "' ' '. ' 1 'T ' ?
l'm 1 X 2"
Rockies le Ven . , J 7' V
1 ' ,',!lu , ' ' , ' , . ' Un"
I ,.erh?1r ,,e',' m.'.ml,M .
I . 1 """i'u" enswsoeo mo uiamond pin
"""" -'"u cnain. ami exploring one
'r me .round la bill In another
I l""'" wai - ol flu, whlc.t lltey did not
! " ISC04 er
1 h' v""e is shaded by big tres, and
"1"'01""1 ,1,ei" re BlBCtrio lights the
spot where Mr Urea, he, was Knurked
down til tBfj dark. The thugs went on
their way and IK) body happened alotiB
M,'d round the butter and rxg dealer
rasmmeq nis sense tie walgetl
'J"' ,n ' homBi five doors away,
"a it a so dark and the attack
Me so sudden he could not tell how mint
men beet him nor how they looked. He
think they followed him from New Vork,
and thst a blackjack was used In striking
th tlrat blow
R Vary body who buys food t Washing
ton Market know charle Dresrher. He
', 'a the dean of the butter and egg men
HI big diamond pin ha long been one
if the sights of the market
FREE LUNCH AROUSES HOBOES.
Welfare Aaaorlatlon Member Apa
Ihetle Before the Anooanceraeat.
Thete were mors than the usual num-
l,. .,,,,.. a Ik. ,.l,l ,. . n. . .
Vi "' . ""T" "?
; tlta .New rnrk "group or the Hrother-
, hu(1(1 Wl.fore Association in the Mnnhat-
tan Lyceum, K Kaat Fourth street, yester
day, but they appeared to be more sleepy
Alexander Law, secretary of the group,
read a letter from the Rev. Irwin Tucker
of the Church of St. Mark's-on-the-Bouerle
as chairman of a committee appointed to ;
find permanent headquartora for the
The hour for the regular free lunch was
then announoed, whereupon the hoboes
brightened up and looked Interested for
the first time, and the meeting was hur
Before the meeting closed J. Rada How
remarked, that he saw that a number of
prominent people had died, including Tim
othy D. Sullivan, whom he referred to as
Brother Timothy D. Sullivan.
-NEW STATION JTOR SUNTO.
The Long Island Railroad Company
haa filed plana for a $8,000 station to
be built at Dun ton. The station will ex
tend between Atlantic and front avenues
and will bo brick. Ineraaaed traffic at
rjuntoa Baa mads a new station neessaary.
(With nme snd addrs of owner snd
ttorney. When otterney' nemo Is omitted
address party uf second psrt.l
(South or Fourteenth at.)
lir.TER ST. 101. n Bj aitine Samuel Haueh 1
to Hel Silverman, S ttetr t .nine v..
nttv. ,t os Silverman. Heater st . . . 1
(KSit or Fifth av. between Fourteenth and I
110th BIB.) 1
an st. sz: fc. n ;. WnlMJ "rfft I
Kellogg. R B a C, . Bway ..
av A. ill, w Mxieo-Julla
to M.rv Meade. Ill S3 71(1 at,
142.000. Sept If; attv.
Liberty It. .w
v eai isesv.
iWeat of rtfth av. betwesn rourtoenth snd ,
tioth BtB.1 I
CTII ST. 441 W. n . i6XlOB5-rtrUd
sawver to Jo. B Po, k. Itochoater. N T,
nitt tlB.lOO. etl lln. Aug t7 ; att v
..... V, u 1. . ill Hwsv ....ft
SAtfM HROPBBTY-.to. I XS".w'-Uilll
Moms Real Ktt 'o. 47 W 14th St, mts
liitl.lOO all Hens. Sept 1 UilAaVi
4 4X11 ST. Ill and lit W, n s. IMtlM
M.,ihoi,t l.andnuer to Solomon . porn
t,err. If.;:- Washington av . mlse '
Hep" ft: attv. Irving Kats. VT3fiaVli
ih mt i aoi r. W. a s. IBtIBB.i stlohael
A Hoffman to N V Real "ato ""
Us miae !'. A us Ml au
T (I Co. 17 Bway
iMBBkattaa Islaai north of "h..r'.,
l 1)ISIN AV. mi, 11 vor tilth sr.
r, right. IS strip 21x1 OS L h'.""L.
.f Uaart Prairht . In H
rie' hl ati Matilda hi. wife. 01 IITO
1. 1.000. Sept III att. Ja u uoio. i.j
cfit""rrr",iiii and u B. .?JJ li
J. U Uold
1 24th .1. IB na in ... J, "V "'X3 Vllii.
See Km Holding Co to Milton HI !
man :07 W lfoth t. urvWRig wsriner
tlrm of 0 M Sllvorn.jn Sjn. all I
inn 14. atty. vonn m .s
V MHTRBUAM AV. n w cor ,M Bl. OBS
10 C. M Sllverm.n aS. IBC, to Milton
M SIIVermli -': W 110th Bt B)B B
Klvtns Prtr.er or nrm an mii
ohn N. II Bwav
i Roronsh f Th" Bionx )
IT 14. 'Ok 14. niP aiorrie ". ..
1'i.Tk Kflstes to wrn ,' ":";." " "IV
I.,.' S H I. 1. I los-.v. ' -T. -." . - :
fg Ik and 1. tog 4
Sam to Mleha! M
CitiinitT. J' ritooaiin'
Ms... July 1 1 ; i
i.ut I k'lk "H- a me t" Lewis Hodakla.
it), same . . .
I T " hik IS! 1MB II to r.
til s 4 1 --narae
to Henry Wal.h
Alhani. N V. July i.
llv same t
i.iiTii m .nil i lik 4: lot I. iik oa
to Irene M Clark. 11 1 Hallread av. Bk.yn
Jf. ftkSfti Ale. "rwrsuin: IT
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Melrose sv. Sept 1 tmg !., "V,.i
11 -o. Itl Bwy :iZZ
COCRTLANDT AY. . w cor llSia "''
IlubenerK.i ner oio.,- -
Hoe BV, Kept It. mtg 111 tty. T 41
Co. 17 Bv
KOKDHAM ROAU 611-V "ili WjS'Tl!
jervl Land Impt Co lo Chs Wynne, ma
ernon. IS T, P". " ' A
part lot a ii nd o 'v",jrJ4.,";s
uronnwo.Mi Park Miry a itandiiiode it,
Henen.on RI1V Co. 47 K lUB'l SJ, Bepi
II mtg 14 000. attys. rollers ,
(With nm snd ddr of lender end
South of Fourteenth t I
PARK now. till Patk Bohan JJBoB"
meyer ulmn, S Bremen Bt! sTklfa,
demand. P e, Pept 11 II 40
i Ess' of Klf'h v. between Fourteenth snd
-D 4.V. ll Ml "' l1i-:.7ean-neite
Monahan to Tho F Molry. Sheep
head Bv. N V. 6 yr. !. p c. Aug 1: atty.
;o Bell. 101 Bwsy ....ll.BBB
IITB BT '.50 2 E. ifaHl.l BOJBO Hrhumann
to Marguerlie E Bcha-fer. ill S
Sept 12, Install. p Bl tt. Frank Her
!. M Nassau t ii'.'v,.,
PARK AV, w s. 21. j list Bt. !i.lli:-Wm
Dletr. to gylvla Shelby Ml Berk st. . Mar
f, due as per srnt; ttv. pwld H Rele
ts relT. I Molllen Isne S'liillifi!!!
Sr ST s , 250 s e 4th 44. 55slBB Moe
Klngler lo Adolf Mandel, IB K 17th t,
Aug II sr mte l:o.oo. tu It.
IB A V Wit, e a. :100 - Frsnk Beck to
Sophie K.ntll IC4 E :th pr mtg ISO.
onti sept Hi, 1 vr. I P Bl Btty. L Baehm.
a.V Bwsv Ib.BBB
Was' of F If III
,v between Ponrteeli'h one
"0T11 ST '-: W. ;ss- Donl .1 ITorlv to
Hern.rd crlln. Ill B 17th Bt, Sept I.
I vr. 4'j 0 l atty. l .1 Karl. i:i Broad
na it,. oo
:ii ST Ills W. IIXlBB.I- UaSr R lrharn
to Trustees of the Theological Seminar of
the Presbnerlan Church. loctd a; Prlnce
on. N , Sept 12. 1 r. 5 V : attv T
(I Co. 170 Bwsy . !:
3I ST. 4 W. IBXIBB.I R V Rl K.tato
ieeurity Co to N V Trtiet Co. II Broad st
pr nils 17:. 00. Sept IS. due per mtg
recorded DBS 1" 1 90s. supplemental to
orde.i Dec 17. 1111 .
iMsnli.it.n lalaad, north of 110th ' I
1 4TTH ST. 414 W. It.lllB.H -Mr I An
drews and inn to Srh P Rodsn(eln. 70
ltlverlde t. r. j r. .1 p a, Sepi t: ;'".
tin Rol B T. ir.r.l Bwav . 11500
Borough of The Bronx, i
i , cr
!(. blk 34. liip Mom. l'r-wrn ur-
r.n to Morris I'.rk K.tatea. :i nn.u
.lulr 31. 3 vr. 7. p tl. I, T Ins i o.
t SO Bwsv l ' ' l '
LOT 4. blk I, sum map- Alex Forsleln to
same lulv 14 3 or. & p Bl any asm. 1700
r.OTS 3S and 4J. blk 4 ame map Irene It
ciirk to same. July 30. 1 yr. 5 P ; atty. i
..,, li.o !
LOT SO. blk 10. Iai 71 to :'. blk 41. Mine i
map Henry Wal.h te same, i yr.. I p e.
July 14: any. m ,'" I
LOT 4, blk 11, aame map --Leal. HoUgkli.s
lo aame Aug .. S vrs. p e : inv. so, aa
1.11TS II and 10, blk 4. same map Michael
M Ciinnln". ,1r, to me. till II, 1 y's
LOT 1 hik OA. same map Irene II Clark,
to ame. .luly lo. s vr. I p e; "';'
ne 1 1 . l " 1
IIITH ST. 300-31! K. i'.0xS4.4 Peter Handl- I
book to Beneneon llralty Co. 407 R lSld ,
St. Bfpt 1! pr ling 130.000. 3 n. Ill
attv. Klfera A A. 177 Bwav . .17.(100 j
TBBMONT A V. n . .10 w Prospe. I av, Yi.s.. 1
-Clement H Smith to K a Hold. Vx ood
... r t oan. is i vr o n et attv.
l.awvers T I a T Co. 10 Bwsv. .13.000
COfBTI.ANDT AV. w cor 151th II, 111 itl
--.la, ol. c Stern to Hubener-Ks. her ( 'o.
xt.lros. a,, n, mis 141.000. Sept I,
74X Melross av. nr
-,- ...aaa u,, i
mig 141.000. Sep'
due, A., as per bond
Co. 170 Bwy
line t. a i
AMin'MRNTM OF MOBT41A41ES.
I'IFTIt AVH HAN'K. OK N V to N
Mtg a Sec Co..
ti l mil KI'iiKX'H I
M ' Scheriiierhorn.
17 V lltl at .BB
LAItlHTON. VLORBNCH S to BUgBn 1
RIll'HIt. VVALTKIl r. tu l.s vera Mtg.
.i -. nn,,
alOBBia PABK MrTATBI
Knlckerbo. kei Trut Co...
HAMUBi.m. PBTBBj Jr,
Kealty Co. (I BBStSI
it a N in 111 ii17. put nit. lo same, .. .11,11
( ; r.It It A ItUS VICTOR, to Dora Hah...100
MRTKOPOLITAN SAVI7NC1S BANK tx Petk
BNORL xYM. to liedwlg alusel .4 .t.i gift
SAT I SKI Kit MOBTUAURk.
I Willi name and ,ldrro. of lender' attorney I.
11) AV. 1090. . ".b.100. June It, 101 -
Samuel Helllnger lo laxipold Helltnger.
addres III. 101 Bway I 00(1
ll.-.TH ST. II K. a . 2 5x100. Oct II. 111
.tno H Wynn to M.rv Maude atty, .in
H .lone. It Liberty at IS. II
THKMONT AV. 761. n a, IIBII, June I, 111
-Minor c Hue to Roalla Williams, stty,
I. T I Co. IS Bwsy II.
I VBBM 1LTEA AV. .. IBB w Acsdemy t.
ir.ol50. May I. too;, Aaron BcnuDart to
Pater Alexander, atty, 1 Allen Towneend.
io Wall at.. Ili.ooo
LOT l. bib II. map Whitehall Reelty Co.
Oct lli 1101 Wm H and Reeabell Chrl
Han to Mary C Orant; atty. U .1 Rhodln.
I Wall at 161
PORT WA8HINOTON AV. n e cor ICOth
t. lll.lxll.txll.llxlll I. Deo IB. 111-
M .1 B CoBOt Ce to N V Mtg A Sacurlty
Co; stty. L S Marx. 1SI Bwsy lll.tl
1UTH BT. Ill B, part grd flr Kantar A
Wllklns to Otusappe La matte, I yr from
sept II, till: atty, Ueetaao Rlccta.
Ill B UMh st Itio
IIITH ST, II B. all Aasoala Realty Co to
Abr Levy and aoo. Ill B lltth at. 1 yr
from Sept II. 1B1I; atty. Abe Lmr. 11 u
Ultb et 16,11
PARK ROW. 111. all Ernst Plath to Patk
Boitsa, 11 Park Bow. 6 rm from May l.
1111; attys. ooaernxeyar i U (I Bromon
et. Bklro, M . Y. . . ... ....... . . . . . Ke
from Seat C 1111; atty. Micas! V Rosen
borg. Ill Nassau st ......U,4t
KOBT WASHINOTOM AV, s s cor lllat st,
iTl.lBsllB. Part WaalUaatea roast Ce
., 110 Meertagwe St RealUee. Ine. et al
iforerloe of sotgli atty. M ajtlteek.
MADISON AV. WtJSmm P Baakorlkgt
I APAkTxfKNT TO IfcT I H RM1IIKII
F-s3cond'to Rfty-thiTd Streets
FIOM h window fit the MWCM Apartmont RuiMinK yon
will ctt joy taking a peek at the newly parked section of Park
Avnitiic, the most beautiful reniderrtinl street in the world.
This novel street arrangement is now
omnlete between Hfty-serond ami Flfiv-
lltlrd Htreet. It has received the final
lotich of Artist. Hardener and Workman
liong lief ore the building wan completed
many utHtple of discriminating taste in
a4cl4M it and were no itnpreaaed iy I he
location, the abundant closet mom. tM
modem ejqulptnent, the light and nit Hint
iiparWnents were engaKtHl
islt this reniHrkume ApHt tment
iitK now euiuplete In all details
s to 17 rooms -n p iwiiii
Hrnisls M.1IOO tu tail ((
Rfftiuranl I'oiXn," on t p
TO LET FOR BIKIXRS PUBPtMBa.
AN ENTIRE top floor, with light on
four sides for Lithographer or Photog
rapher. MONAHAN KXPRKSH OM
PANY RLDti., 2IB-222 W. 1Mb SI.
Monahan Express Company, Owner.
BKAI. KBTATR fOB slAl.E Wetebe.tr 4
Kiltftk Hit I Ct PSSJST T E. 42
Kll.e Hurkert l l (ftiredos "f mlgi
att. Knox. Mender a Delgiien.
lleTII ST. 414 and 4-'i. K Vllglnls UsnslgSf
sgt Alfred florie et i irareBlaa ef mtgl;
ait., dr.. as a Sneildslm
BAY AV. a s. 41'. fl i Msio m '..irtnO
Ferdham av exienalon. n a, 4.'.o t e .virtlti
i, too.ioo Thus J t.o, k agl Bar! L
Rotder e! al tgmBnded loret'los of Rttg) I
atty, H W Kennedi.
1ITH ST. n . 310 f- Av c. 21x11 I
leal - Frank Kunzlg H si agl BdW A
s hill el al i foreelos of mtgt j tty, N J
1'ARK a v. IBIt -Loots Qreeaberi sgt lewis
I de Mllhau. owner. Wsti Ksts. ub
control lora, Jos It Acken. cBnt... III. 17
1 1ST ST. II W-..I H tlordon (' 13 West
r.lt st Co, inc. owner ami sent .IIB.I7.!
it v i nit i in'. m av. . Itl io ft o Pordhetti
ay, llxll Tin Ouarante Tins' Ce mt
Bale bridge Heelty Co, owner; Willi m
Znggnle, coin I-."
4ITH ST. 200 and 20.' W RsnSld A .1.. bo
son Co aft Rruudwm 4k 7th Av CO, owner
Welsa A Ktt. lonts IIBl.M
HllMAKT AV. w a. 94 3 fl a Mice v :oviiu
Tobias s.hvr: r' B'm II Bleuett,
owner and cont $717,
riverside DBIVB, 114 Joa Rterebln as-
London ('onst Co, owner and coin.. !4"ii
STlt AV. n e ror 41si It, 11x71 Olsber
Contracting Co, Inc. as .totu, Mooae!
owner and cont 17 40
04TII ST. Ill i: Ssm Kasvltsk) sgl Hirarh
Wllkenfeld, owner and cont 112"
141T1I FT. s. 214 fl Brook v II
Abel Hansen et .1 .igt
Frederl, 1, n,i
i'"' ..,.1, a,
Annie Sclitiauf, r. owners; Br
Hewliy Co. lessee. Cramp X Ce, com
wBJal Katz, sub-contractors .. I3sr, r.
144TH ST. s . Ill fl w Bwav. v Jlltv
Hose Rack Co hxi Frederick and Annie
Schneufer. ooners. Briinx-I4s.ii si Besltv
Co. leo.ee; Cramp A CB. con: BVels
Ksts, sub-contruciors It'll
gATIRFIED MECHAN-irac LIBS),
'D ST. 2S1 K Na lighten Corisl Co est
Therrss Kelly et Bl, Apr 70. 1013... ICO
AUCTION SALES THIS WEEK.
1 ola.tart and Forced IIBerlnxa lo
Manhattan and The Bronx.
nURDAV. SEPTEMRI7R II
AT 14 VF.9EY RTRBBT
By loseph P Da
LBXDfdTOrN AV. 51 -r,.
S s a ::.;h. 1
; lx4 with "V to ;:,th ai. :ixo s. Ill
ty lofl n,l store l.ldg A M Haloshelm
er t Kiank L.uxar el el. Slinpsun A j
. '. sltys; .1 tl Saxe, rf; do". IB,ISf.7b; j
axes. Ac, 1 1.0."
1S7T11 ST. Ill W. a a, 374 a 7i)l av. j
tl.SxLll. 3 st .lain til. Dork Savings I
lnt j. J S Ituallnx el al. F M Tlohe-,
not. ally. Adolpb Stem. ref. due, 110.- I
012.41. tagBS, A.. ll.7B.7i
iiv i p ingrahsm 'n
I1ITH ST. '.'41 B, il a. Ull w Id ii x. .'Ox
too n. 3 a.y dwlg L, s Tenney, trustee,
sgt K It Wlnkilm.in ' al: .1 11 tvougher-
ty, ati, 1'h.Mii.v I'igrshaiii. ref; due. I
(l.lle.lB; taxes. Be, illl.Bl,
VTBDNBRDAT, BBPTBMBBR 17.
AT 14 VKSKV RTBBBT,
By loa.ph p l
4r ST. 0-4 B. s a, lr.4 e illl tlx ,
100. j. on 4 snd one ', slv ,lw!r--T tl
Kail agt I. K it" is et ..i: aitlasplo
o. attys; Lyttleton fox, ref; due. 143
ITI.il texe. a.. IB4II.10; sub to prior
mtg. Ac. aggregating f'X4 116 11
iSTH ST. 127-11 W. o a. sy- x 6-b .ive. i
ixOO.S. I.' stv lof' A atr bl.lg. Ilu.laou
Mtg '.i ag'. .Inhn B utaon I'on-to -
et al: W F Cti... .if . It M Mill.-,
ref. due. I11I.TII.1I; lax. Ac llH.SII.il,
BROOM K HT 377, - e IB 4 w HBtl t.
11.1x111.1x11.1x114.1, a e'v tnl otrs
Sarah Bourn SI al agt ' Del, I l'so'l II
al. Moss. I M . atty. .1 .1 Ha1-
pin. ref. due III II: laxe. A. .
Hat: a .Ob tu 1st nil( of 174.000
By Henry llrsd..
47TH ST, III K n a. 70 1; sv. Sit
ro 1. ". sty tin A sua; I M Bowers ef
SI, exr s. 1'tilo.i llo'illng Oo et ';
il A Lesl. ally. l II Murr.i, ref
due, 17.40: 03. taxes. Ar. 1147.71
AT r..0 THIRD AYR-NIK
By U P, Itlgrahani A ('o.
INTHRVALB s. I tit, w a. no: n IITMt
rlslll7lsll.4xllt.il : sty dwi; c i.
Walgruve, extx ag Rob Armsnong I
a. R I, Scot'. u. I'ho.-ntx liigruliniu.
ref due. Bl.lll-ll: tsxes Al II 100
IIITH ST. 1X1 B, n a abl "00 e (Imnil
blvd and eoBCotiree, It.lBgllT.llgllg
105.7. .1 stv tnt M (1 Prance, extx.
.xi t cenlan st si; Tharntan a i. attja,
t'hnenlx Itigraham, ref, due 17 40X 5',.
axes. A'. I4ll.il,
Bv .luaepll f OB)
tor.TH ST. R, ii w cor Grant av lxlJ( .1
..cent iiui'.i.r Bavlng Bans us'. 111.
S; Co ei Bl; a.llon I. LeXOW, M AV M
allva. Paul lon.a. lef. due. It .0:10 11..
.,.'.".,", ftS' gV
, '' ' J ' 1
Ac i?n 't
(.Ira nt a'. . too. 1 X4 a
rarani aame s .em ......
ii.in.la, .,.. Ac 1401
THt'KSDAV SKPTKMHKIt l
AT 14 VKSKV STKIJEV
ml B .loseph r. Da .
sith st III w n a ti! e Riverside
"r llxlB! I; 5 ty American bsse dwlg
lllTH ST III IV n s 100 West find
av. IBxIl.Tx Irreg: 4 sty dw.g- exr a!e.
I ,"'"' .'
I e?v gi a .
of Bwsn Mclntyr. decsassd
1 4 sy, a mil fl ' enl r.,1 rai a.
Weal. .'0x100.1. 4 a'.. dwlg 'Xla a...
..tale of .lohn I poyi. oecessei
07TII ST. 10-4 1 V. n a III e P
ave. 50.10.5: COfOnlBl BtUdlo- 1
apartment "nd pn owferablli
aula, satats of Canstsncs K Baa
5ITII ST. a4 V a a 411 e lib
105, 4 aiv delg tra' sat
Kd in Bawlay, dsosassd
UADIBON AV io." w . C!
'J0.70. 4 s! v d Is - It s al
eat .1 ' .'
.lohn .1 .lenklns de, eased
IISTH ST liiJ . ii - 1 : W Mailll.it
av. 17x100 11. I s'v dwlg--vol sale.
Vt INKERS. N V 110 Caryl av e
Fluclld SV, 7II.1I5X Irreg
dwlg vol sale
ll:it ST. 2 E. s . 0 5
,'t sty f raijic
faro . !0x
0le. eatale of
i It. I aty dwlg- extrx
Mark Moe. deceased.
I44TH ST, 461 W o a. 14 5 w .'.invent
v. Il.glt.tl, i sty dwis- vol sale.
"D AV. 2104. e Si 61 ll tilth st. 17x40
a .tv tin A etr. ''rl Stein agt H Bl
tlreenwal.l et l. I'terhun A (irabam. i
try: H A Friedman, ref. due. IB,s
1111; tax, a,'. It .917.14.
AT llll THIRD AVBNI'K
By iienrv Brady
WALKBR AV. !t'Ja. n .. Ill B Oil ')'.
!IS0; Lucv K Klllotl agt P II lxraua.ii
t all F A Southwolth. atty. J V Mitchell,
ref; due, I6.t0l.ll. tax... A lost) 1.
WALKBR AV. L'4!7. n . 10 Chsuncey.
21x10 H J llnldvli agl P H Kraua.'h et
al; P A ttauttiworth. ally: .1 J Hyne.,
ref; due, 16.100 41 ; t .., If. 6o jo
W AuKETfR AV. 1011
n s. 50 w rjaaoai ay,
ixasOf l a K atrlckland ast P H Ktau.ch
et al: F A Houthworth, atty: vt T Qulnu,
ref ; doe, 11,111.41: tax., Ar, t Id
FRIDAT, 8BPTKMBKII 15.
AT 1 VtKBBV 8TRBET.
By Joseph P. Day.
IBTH ST, 101 B. s s, 140 0 Id ax. t,
xlOO.ll. I aty tat elre Lawyer.' Mtg
ro agt Xlanie nnaeistain sx an ran
A O, attyei B R BBtkley. ref; due, II'.',
141.71; tases, Ac I4IS.I1.
AT BUI THIRD AVBNPE.
By Oeorge Prlee.
VIBOUnA AV, w . Ill I n Watson av.
kXlaaSOtOsa "S 4J IXUNI r, ni .,,,,-(lu
tiler et all B H Bergman, atty; J A
IB. ret; uuv, i, taxe, ore,
APABTNHMT! TO I.RT I NPI aMHIIKP.
, m . i uill op-n f- V
202 WE8T TK'l'H S T.
. . '.",'" "and bftll; sira.o hri. hot
taster, In. it service; 'phone. Bi.'.-lmi,
M.ine. (mil In tftj Mr.U
wrvtet; 'ptionr. it:
M A R I o N
IBIJ Bwaj asili r, roomi. bsiii. f.IB to
. it, .proof i,..,ie; an nleto elevotors. all
unprovrineato rxpretot mbWay station Bsth '.
I R V I NGTON
to: nfatral fait, 1JSt, rrine Pa.k etfltlih
' " large room a a hni 2 toilet, oil nn-
protemcni. , lerstot trli rnone fRM lo ti
CAR ROL Lt ON
0OI -I IBSIIi i oppos.ie suhtvay Mlr.r.
6. 0. 7 room, tA'.'baihs. iii hi room, iir.e
ciosrts. elevatiir, piion, resMentareaitonuth-
., , . ,1,111.1 ,it,cenia i.-,7ii.t.-)n
rOu R tw 0 0 1)
... 1'e.i IfBlh SI co, llwav: in.Klern BB
m.i. hoiiar; 1,11 ImprotemenU: , 7 roomi
1 a 1 baths; ;i aaaj sBrvkw; inno-li.tiM
Brosdwai RBMCO ith BtrBei
PROlfR, ta. RIVhnSIOR.
222 West 59th St.
STUDIOS TO LEASE.
W ith Nntih Light .
Alao Apartments of 3 Roomi
1 11 vi. 1.. nan
snth rn MILANO riTtppnom-
hJ.h '!,',""' f!" RBtrea large itght moms and
,., ,1 1, ' , "" , i"" "atn: continiioita hall
Icviiioi s, :Mce;allliiiprovrments;comDleteh
renovated, snd Immediate nosein xiTinn
Broadway, REMCO ath street.
562 WEST END AVE.
N.ai '7lli Mt.
R4I4IWM .1 IIAIIIS
ELECTUS T. BACKUS
a. -urn HIKHbati AT SITH RT.
Tel 4lt( Schuyler
Bl IXll-t 1.1 I XL. T XTdXUlaAlBI KIRtVPBOOP
- .. H P".I aim s, ,t least astn St.
' ' Is:- '"itn", 11-TvTI to ItABS
All night rlrvaioi . lull, phone service;
all Improvement. Ilesbent agent.
Hroodxt.y REMCO BBth Street
36 CENTRAL PARK SOUTH
ew ii Mors nigh class fireproof epartmeai
I ons,-, rinest locaiion on the Park; s few re
ti ia in I n g a i trac live A pit rtnienta, II ,2U0 u p; con
(easlona for itin.edlaie occuivanry.
et 43d st and others.
Bupt . No Vl 'lh av.
H room- and hath, No tie
Apply 11 II. J AMIKSI.'N.
BBAL RBTATB AT AOCTtON.
SATURDAY. SEPT. 20
At ! P H . on Pretplte, rain o- shine
223 Rockaway Coast Lois
Directly on Jamaica Bay
MAPS ami irnrmit PARTtCULARg
AMI t tl.Ml'I.IMt VI AMV CASSIS KIIOll
JERE JOHNSON JR. CO.. Auction.., s
107 Broadwsy, Uauhsttati
I9.t yontngiic Streci. Ilriaiklwi
MB JKBKRY BE At. E ATATE FOB SAI B
: BARGAIN CHANCE $5,000
EAST Tr.KMS TO SUIT
Cozy Country Home
Has seven tine roon s, tiled bath: floor I
ore parqueted: electric light: beamed I
celling, steam heat, open nirplares; I
pam lli'd walls; loundi y hi eellsr (.round I
IUUX1., reel, xx 1 1 ti Hue aluiilc trees; 4X1)1
nelghborliood. beniitlfiil environment; I
niatalntxnii vie, of mounumi, laiie and I
. ..'I', r -fl ,-f . M i,,, .nn HMIIKV I
a.irro.iu.iuiK coiiniry. unsuroAKsed near
... I . icnueo ueignoois. (SX nun to iiroau-
av b li I. & Xx I II. .'. min, lira ia
Station. lll.lhrK. Chlirrhea innr.nl.nlt,.
near. Has large tirlvate ear, flnsiial
I . ' iniaiHi aaaress xxy. a. i
a ea 14" txixawwa , x.x. trl. inzit nrt
1IUI MP.N TO I KT I H RMSHKU.
so w nrr lirrn BT y,n, order; M room. I
liaths. Address ALBKHTI, C arnegie Hall.
gtlBWIgMEn EOOMB TO LET.
mmSSSST" " ' 1 11 1 - --
A std Alin room, nicely furnished, for gentle
in i.rixatc noose nni rooming Iioiikc In
'mini secnun ol linM.aivn. itnotn l. hr.i
snd has rnnble basin with not snd raid watei
liesliablr in rveiv xxrt Cnliveiiloot lo Fulton
St. "I." and trollexs of the Sumner Ave and I'm
nam Ave. Huts. i. Address, '.. Y. X.. Rox itn
DAIL Y It SUNDA V If BVBMNO
a Aero (Ae raae ae tA SOMg Qg
I a axiharHntte.
St Uie Well Btre teg
Tf I.Dhoo. 7O00 Bos
wsy, oesr ntk Street.
WtHltreo? au, aesr
AUaatta nty, N. j. Welter E. Edge
1 Hesoat HtieoL