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CHOATE AT HEAD OF
NEW LUNCHEON CLUB (ItyrMlfeftllotl Modelled Afler London Body of Which Kin ii" i President. COLONIAL STYLE WANING T l I to la' ' t.rintie t York's dubs in soon ' ised by o.ni which win bo i haract. p. This will bo a . . Willi h Wl'l have a mem- , ,11 two hundred to begin ,.v . .! QliartOfB for the now! ns pr Tared in West street The club la fa ah- gHt ; a Lei. I"t: model of the same; irarter nf which the KISS of Kng ii.i i .- uaualty been preeident, a .... . w eon llvcg In Washington i too I it- ..flf to lunch regularly In , Vork, Joseph .'hoato has bran i a I . ' tv,e new association. , ..f cOUFM It a irlnviry pur-' ,: ; i Intended to nia the, ... una 1 1w members n certain ar iit u,u Hl I' 'I' '".I. moat of tho mein Mr, n il i.i mora or lea idint.ibd . art 01 lereture, even If they ta o mora cl we ) aaooclatod with inch ,, . .. than nrchltooturt or maga ... ai . may brmg thotn. The prep ., : :: uking for the quarter - nea club prordHM the highest Bit! comfort for the member, f . eaa of lha lateat of the New Tor ibt eeeme atresdy esauped. go : :': :. ia the no-called "bar" ..i in I (luring raconl yi-ara a the l,.,. ..- the cOchtnll that one of ha Plflh avenue hotels, when cocktails ,r.' ordered In the dnnnr- room, eervea s ida ftl glasses. Quests are thua , irty ' Indicate to the waiter in thjtl aorl if -i glass they desire the : irk served If ia a fact that the uae Of f .. o ' fat hi mod COCtttSlI glnf stand r.c iti stem is practically limited to getntn :eta. 1- ;ir ther rastfturanl the cocktail ,;,. . t bli -se. memory haa .llsnp Mftd altogether, All cocktails ore .,ri. I i Ihe squattj hut popular "bar" . mle - there is a Bpeclal request for I fashioned cocktail glass. I' ' . rvff w.ia a atyle of furnl-1 ru .. . i h oi taken a temporary I gtj p ! m pal l..' favor It la the no- t American COlOHlftl whleh waa q- n yeAti moot popular In t- , . men, one of the Fourth Hrrnac denli ra,aW the other day r. , li onlj theae dealert who ft ill if . -h thlfl hind of furniture thlt :f Iht - VII one period more out of . . nne el l American mahoa- - . t the Kmp.re which haa COMod t-:.,. :.i !. . . I Mil red. The Freneh imerl an furniture were fr a while q.,' opulari but the taate of thai turned from the elaborately dec-, . : modi la of the PHrat Empire to the A.r colonial. ' which knew a long period of popularity and one which i wt expected to come to an end. K it t eighteenth century French! IBd I-' lllah tin 1 1 a came to iupptattt the V ; in colonial In popularity, and it ? no theae two Caahtona winch are j n demandi nrf all thoae who have! trhd to dlatmae of American colonial, jrniture rei ently have dleouvered. ! v :. .: ; a Indeed ao modish :t the' v.. aj painted furniture in the '!; . 1 . ihe eiijhleenih centur;. o. e of the minor mercrea which the n riel r of a down town drmr atora ipaaan briniya Inm no rawardi al- -. ifh h . become altogether unlnten 1; i important part of hla duttee. t the removal of m tea from the -,.. of hla fellow men -t ,:,.. - iti .t e the other da- ifter had lint separated a bit of lui fr n the eye of a tflatraught mock ar ruahed into hla drur atora. :o keei in account lawt year of the RUI of - iae au'.'h ar this which 1 .id ery time a man came in to n lug removed from hla eye I . - went down on tho liook. At t ft year my a-aelstant counted an 1 found that there had M all l'.'jijO during the twelve aontha " a- ' philanthropic chemiat alwaya efuaea i pt any compensation f.r relief ha affords, he may without wi' , called a public beuefac- T . .' r ! plainly "Not responsl irticlet of dothlns unless nea ti rriv.il Who had the look ' i nopolttan ventre than New f to I, .a .oat In spile of the efforts of the hat hoy and the (liter gel it away from him. i .!.. 1 1. was ins answer. "I'll atp i it-oat tnyaelf, Nobody's reepon l ad 1 tt-ll be. Vuu aee It li't checked, It's etrlped." I - I t- k of popularity with Salt Hiad whleh became such " '.I., pirt i.f every dinrier V" - years ago haa not yet dia- :.. . .. la one excellent X- i '"i Ita perntanenoe. Women fruit laltul, 10 it la atlll an Im 0 ,.t many dinntrs, Vet few With the :iaat pronounced ' a could have yielded to ' of one Ol the head waiters ' 'mi- . i :--', last night. "li out,'1 he explained to the art; M a the tablet "made of a whli h the i'ore has been place the iear is stuffed A -i rgoiigoiu cheese, t'ver thla la c''r. irrnntH preeerved In Har-le-oUc .. whole la covered with A-.l au I ' 'j ' .- n'Pmen did not seem in- ii mpt 'auch n mixture. The pri - , of more than the usual - relgnerg In New York tins ' "-'' ' : i J. tie sound of their lan- - lusg ttiiklng than It used i ! t In- tongues of one r- -' or another on all aldea, under ordinary olrouro- J- a a. In this city. r ' ti -t.s m. mogtf" said a New r the 1 lihy of one of tho hotels ift(!ruoon. "ia the varied . ;t l4tH of it. was never llidi .-.I li gives i.o trace acquaintanceship with the ' il, The reason that auch r-. ! . w klndt of French are i ia the popularity of than en. led stateal h gners aro aide o speak . alwayi adopt that tongue In publ a So one oa n llnd In llttenlng intently t'. lia- r r e French iihiih ttralght tiki 1' ' It Hpree, was made "I Its or. gin in Home or waa re I In Cracow, All these dif may he heard every day in t- ir . Vint mla alien with hackett. ttli i- Seiiaoii to ilpen In llOSlOU lan. lO. II .. kail w II atai tvith Viola forthcoming productlong of in- uuiiounced yesterihiy. u Include "Macbeth," v i i.ike it. Pweifth I ' e .M. rry Wlvea of Wind '. 'i ol. t i, n.e season at the i i .i re. Huston, mi Jan- i - s.li'ti uill play l.urlij I ailer llley will come to New liiiuii i unsagementa MLLE.CHENAL STAYS IN HARIS TO AID SOLDI ERS Why She Didn't Come to Sing at French Benefit at the Metropolitan Marie Cahill to Try Vaudeville Stage. A friend of .Marthe Chenal haa aaked Til KttN to deny that the famoua French alrer had any Intention of cumin to thla country on th,. Lafayette or any other veaael. It waa announced that i-ha would come here SSpSOUttly to tnke part In the French benefit which waa given at the Metropolitan Opera House a week bk . tOnlght .Mile. Chenal la In l'arla and haa de clared her intention of remaining there until the war la over. If she leaves the oitj it win be to Ming the "atarasiUsiM" BomSVhsra for the benefit of the French aoldiera. In whose behalf she has been MaWUI ever alnce the war beaan. But it never entered her head to come to thla country to take part In a tingle concert at the Metropolitan opera HoUSt. A. II Woods bus changed the title of the new Wlltgrd Mack play to ' 'Mutter milk a:.l llr.ia.lway," from the name made known yesterday, which waa ' Ap ple Sauce Philosophy." A new play from Mr Mack's vmoroua pen ought to be welcome rikht now. Joseph Brookt has decided that New York shall not aee "Hla Majesty Hunker Bean" thla teasoii as it win be kept in Chicago until next autumn and then presented in this city. Blanche Ring did not succeed in ln tsrtltlng the Veat In "Nobody Home" and the effort was abandoned sifter few w elis Hut n new company headed by Perclval KniRht and Hoyden Kenh will give the play In Brooklyn next week. Maria Cshlll la aoon to try the troub led sea of vaudeville. It would aeem certain that she would be u success were It not that vaudeville audiences have a way of deciding for themselves, which la founded altogether on thanr own preferences, without consideration of the ability of the nrtiat in question. When auch a charmlnjt comedienne aa Fay T. mpleton failed alma-ether to make any Impression in the two a day. when Marie Dreealer did Utile more than hold her own a- d May Irwin haa never bet in ac counted one of the irr.aitest auc. -eases of vaudeville. It Is not possible to make any prophecies concerning auch an artist aa Mias Cahill, who ought to succeed if anybody could Arnold KorfT, the American actor at the IrvlnR Place Theatre, will appear at a professional matinee at the Irving Place Theatre in order that hla col leagues here may see him act In Clr man before he takes his place on the American stage, which he has had many opportunities to do. He will appear In i 'scar Wilde's "An Ideal Husband." The Empire Theatre will stiapend Ita se.uaon of revivals for the appearance of John Drew nest week in vachelt't new comedy Thin Maude Adams will arrive and she will be seen In the most FINGER PRINTS SHOW MONKEY'S DUAL LIFE Hutu. Bronx Zoo' Orang ontanfft Ptove to Be Wicked Parloiner f Thinirs. Datu. the trained Brang"Outang at the Hronx Zoo, Which haa the freedom of ! the prlmseat' house and is petted by Visiting children, la a crook. He was exposed yesterday by the latest method! known In criminology, the Hertillon Rngerpiint system Datu't double life wa learned after ' Curator Raymond L.. LHtmara found a small Gladstone bag. containing aliden, Alms and manuscrtV'" for "la lectures, mining from hia de.ali, where he had I put It shortly before. He had left hla office In the primates' house in the in- I terinit Searchers finally found the ba; hidden behliul the desk. Kserylsalv was puz- 1 tied. Then Keeper Frd Bngetholm raw ' several black smirches which close ex- 1 einlnetton proved to be flnuer prints. The dlrei tore of the zoo have recently Started l" take linger prints of the pri mates for comparison with aimiiar prints of human beings. Keeper Kiigelholm remembered that fiatu hud bem finger printed yesterday morning. He callvtl for the records and a magnifying Kla.sa .-bowed conclusively that the marks on Curator litn.axa bag were those of the orangaoutangi a si-arch of the smnnU'i OSCe brought forth the other thln;s that have ba-en mlseed In the inmt -a collec tion of Inkwells, t and SlmihW ar tidea. Datu, tho guilty one. la believed to be the only orsng-OUtang In captivity in this country. It haa la-en the praotloe at t ho too for many vears to have a trained monkey and Ksepsr Bngelhottn Uhm miule Datu u worthy tuccasaor of ihe fametl Susy, who died gome time ago, DatU i taken out for walks about the grounds, somstlmes dreased as humans art-, and ia allowed to wander Kg ha lists durillK the day. U is expected that hie privileKH will be curtulled now ns a punishment. ELIZABETHAN FAIR PLANNED. Ilnriiard 'ollca-e Preparlug Paacant for -ll. eapcHrc Celebration. Harnard Collego la preparing an BiliS Sbethan Pair and l'ageajit with village aports and dances and asvaral plays of the miracle type, to be given In con neotlon with the New York city Shake speart tercentenary celebration which will l) held next spring. Other de partments at Columbia, are also prepar ing numeroua events. Next Friday and Saturday evenings the Phllolexian Literary Society of the University will iirenent at the Hrincker hoff Theatre. 119th street and UrotdWSy, "The Spanish Tnigedy" by Sir Thomas Kyd. from which Shakesieare la stld to have taken the material for his "Hamlet." In Kcbruarv the Teachera College will give a atudents' festival representing meiymaklng at Stratford lifter Shakespeare's return. $1,000 PBIZE FOR A PLAY. Qegee ficorac Makca it o Offer to ( olleae tadsntSt (Iraie Qeorge has offered a prize of $1,0(111 for the best play written by a oollegg Itudent. The winning play la to i.e i reduced by her playhouse company ami the author II. addition will receive regular royalties. In thla way Mias George egpeots to extend to other col leges, the system established by John Craig, the Huston manager, who every tear off tri a prize for the hist play zub mltted from Harvard 1'nlveraiiv. Tin- juiim win be a dramatic crltlu aii. I a playwright, whose na,nei will ha . ,ntii. limed later Tic play IllUal he American In theme. The uo.il u closel on June I. lllf) . popular of her plays, which certainly cannot Include the fantastic "The legend of Leonora," which after the fir nt act ahowing Mias Adama In the waole gamut of her pi w era Is dreary a tiff. Hut doubtless her tueeegg win show thai after all revivals are playing; a greater part In the theatr e this aeaon than I ; they ever did before. With Cyril Maude In "Orumpy" there1 ; were excellent audiences at the Umpire, ; and William Ctlllettt has attracted not I only many of hla old admirers but na well the new generation which waa nlto B'ther unfamiliar with his character-' Istlcs aa ati author and a player. Oracel iji-orgo has carried on with every sign 1 of Success her season at the Flayhouse, although with "Major Barbara," by I Bernard Shaw, alio will begin a ,rles of new productions. It seems, however. I as If thts were the year of the revival. ' which Is auspicious for R H. Sothern, who will soon he su n In "Dundreary." Armrfllnc to Frrxrtk Wllntat h. wTio I may has.- a rt-ason for thlnkln It, tho filrtpiii of "HobftOtl'l choice" hftn CftUMMl i tho (lram.ttlftM to worry. II1 cl'Hrribfl 1 tht situation yntTUy to The BtTH r- ' porinr lu thMM hurnlnn wonln Hp Mid ! "The IhMtflCft. fli'tlohtf r of thin town are wrlthlnn In tortur1 fver the riUcrrMH of HobMli'l f'hoiri' at the I 'otnetly Theatre. All thin excitement han come ahont In conweqiienee of t he fnct that HftroM Hrlsrhoue, who wrnto the ometly. n a dramatic critic The fU'tloneers of (till town anil coiititry n come to think that there wum no ftiich thlntr as a critic writ inn1 a iIuy that would causi the ftoUKfl KulT niRn to ham? on the outer bastions "HaroM Ttriphntisc. the dramatic critic of th M&nehMttr ' uardiOH, hn d'ne the trick. The flctlonMn Imairlntd that criticisms served to dwarf, abate, shrink, abridge, mibide. deteriorate, tlecrtmnr, fllmmiMh. cmmplal and nttenuAte the , dramatic faculty "KrlKhouse has terrified the Action eers He has thrown a scare, a frMt heartitu.i ke, perturbation, dread and horror Into them. These dread fol lowers of the playhouse had come to; think that they had a monopoly on the' playwrltlnK business j that they were the only ones who could write plays. They have been pointing to John 'or-I hin'a futile efforts, am! to the fact that CLftytOn Hamilton wrote the Ideal play, which lasted one nlnht ; to Rohert H. , IavlH arid his family; to Uoy McCor-1 dell, who wrote the worst plav ever, written, and to others. Hut now com en along 1 Ir Ik house. These tVtloneerH Htlll take heart In the fact that Hobert McLaughlin, who once ran a school for press agents In Cleve land, wrote 'The Btornal Magdalene,' ROW on view at the Korty-righth Street Theatre, and Hoi L'ooper Megrue, who used to write little pieces for the press for Clyde Fitch, Is one of the authors of 'Abe and Mawruss' ami the author of T ruler Fire.' " RUTGERS ALUMNUS FINED FOR FLIRTING Celebrate. Football Victory by Accosting Women in Broad way nml I'avs ski Albert Smethurat. a cettifled ubl.c accountant, whose office Is at 1 Broad way and whose home Is r.3 Bentley avenue, Jersey City, attended the foot ball game with a party of frlenda at the Polo (.rounds on Saturday after noon between Rutgers and Hamilton Flab'S all star team The part, ended in the Vorkvllle police court yeeter day when Smethurat waa arraigned be fore .Magistrate UcQuadt charged with mathlng. Appearing against him were Miss Blanche Levy of iut.1 Bryant afe- nue. The Hronx, and Miss Viola Itasen thal of H3.", Kast 189th atreij The p ilagistrate lentenced Smethurat! to oneTnonth In th" workhouse after he i had pleaded guilty, but on the protests tlons of hit frltndl the Magistrate re opened t lie caae and fined the prisoner (10. Mini Levy aaid she was paattng the Martinique Hotel shout 11 o'clock Saturday night when Smethurat came; out with his friends. The young women allege he grasjit-d them by the arms and made an Insulting remark. Patrolman MurtSUgn was called and he urreste.i the man. When arraigned In court Smethurat enld he and hla friends, all of them alumni of Rutgers, went to the Martinique to celebrate the victory and that subsequent events were not clear In his memorv. i CONCERTS PLEASE MANY. 1 I'frforiiiaiin- at IIliioilr.ie It. n of i In- Seuion j Bell Storey. Nut M. Willi, the Ml : ranihn.", "CharlOttt" nrifl all hr Hka'.crs OomblVlsHl to naK th t-onrert at th- 1 Hippodrotna int night ont of the hfHt yet Hin or hi nnl. Soupr ami nil band I playt-l M UIUftl A pAftlouhir feat urn I of tho i iroKruinmo wuh a cornet oo by Herbirt CMarke, who piayeii "The liOHt norq to the avomp'inlmont of the bund and orRan. At the Winter Warden and the t'entury the usual Sunday Ooncirtl were also 0 veil. At each place there wuh con siderable added talent In tlm way of artlHts from othe)r attract joint. THREE PLAYS BY GAMUT CLUB. Kirat "Drama BVObImS" nl Ar. Iri'.M'. In Henrch tif Tnlciit. The (ianiut I'lub, un organization cf aotreeseg in search of new and promlslns talent, gaVO the first of a series of "drama OVOIitngS1 at the Hramhall PlayllOUae Inst night by presenting three une act plays. fine waa called "Peg Wotrington's I'earls" and wits ti pennts eleugh and Cecil Duncan Jones. Another was entitled "The Woman Across tho Street" und was by liunald Macl.ari'ti. The third, "Manners," by Stewart giOlTSOn proved to be the best. Olive Oliver and John O'Brien acted 'the only two roles. The piece showed how a htia band treat I Ml unfaithful wife, rirnt in the days of tho Stone Ago. then In tin Middle Ages and last In modern times. Others who took pant In the perform ances were William Raymond, who lid particularly well in the second play ; Bernlce Ooldeni Amelia Oardneri Tracy la'Rnglo, Margaret Field. Minnie Pupree. Oertrude PallaSi Donald Maci.areu and Prederlcka. summons. MrH. aiix mu ruchess played si, un. violin selections. Annie Itussell II u a Home. RMSASSTHi N Jo Nov 14 Miss Annie Butstlli the actress, purahaaed yesterday tho QeorgO Taylor home on Hillside avenue, near Summit. Tha price was 2'..onn. Mias Itussell. who In private life la Mrs. Joseph Vorke. lias frequently been entertained here during le tummer monthl by her ais- Iti, aMra. Joliu Carly. THE SUN, MONDAYNOVEMBER 15, 1915. 'BRAZIL'S MUSICIANS LAZY, PIANISTE SAYS! Miss Nnvaps Nnys Oreliestra lenders Cannot (let Men to Hrhenrse. HER visit DUE ') war When M. 1(. lHt.ron. n.nnnKr of mri rcrii and r.incert rUyT, ufherd a Stn reporter Into the par. or of th Martha Washington Hottl yesterday to meet Mlaa Oulomnr KoVMi he whlapered In the repi'i ter'r ear . "Ifa a prond i hint.: ( ftrt Mlaa N'ivnheth away from the MotH AuMr. ')therwlf you'ei never br able to (ret a W'rd out of her," "Why?" "Hernuae" Mr. Hanson. 5i(thed rernl nicent1 --"shts apent no much time lOOklnff out of her window at tin llfrhts of Hroftdway t hat T muldn't jret her aWay to me.'t two musical rrltlrs. three MWI reporters und o picture artist. Thny WOUld have written beautiful strie. I liiiow." So one of the first quMtloni put to the twnty-'ar-old Uraa.llnn pianist, who mad a rrn.i rk i! y lUCAMHlful ib-but her- last week, touched upon her Inter est in the streets of New York. "Ah V she breathed. "The M reets I The kitten tanirhnfr the thread Thl lights' Ttrr-r-r-r-r-r-r Very amusinjr. And the iqtlltTll. There Is nothing like thai li Hrazil or in lmdon or iMrls ' Anil tberp Art no Mirtha Wnshinstton hotels In Dratlli she said : they WOUldn'1 be pdhftnlttad, for "nobody thinks there is da nicer from a mm In n hotel in Brattl." M Novae said that she was the seveiitpeir.h rhIM of a family of nineteen rhll Iren. Eleven of her brother! and emter are still living, the "haby" being now 1 T yean Old, and she b.ts fourteen nephews nnd nieces. She Is the only musiril ntio in the family and "he is aid to have first played the piano when Ihe was 4 yeeni old, though ahe cannot remember. She remembers that she be- gan studying when she w.ts , that "he ! played con "rts in Sao Paulo when she was 10 and thru she won a premiere jprlx at the Parll ( 'oneervnto;re it; 1 11 C. after which eie p-ive concert In !-Terop She l here now, for one reason, be I caUae the war In Kurope prevented lier touri-ip the Continent, nnd for another ' because Df, .lose KodrtgUei of HralU rami to Wisbinicton to nc! as arbitrator ( In a dispute tTWeen iVnmaik and the I ttntted States and brouctit her along to I Introduce her to America. Nttragltlani' she nald yesterday !n i French, becauae her KncliPh isn't quite no to the n-aik yet, "are exceht:ngly artistic. They are fond of art. but thev will not work They hac a wonderful ytnnhony orcheatn in Rrattl, condurted by Francesco Brag A, hut the dire, tor cannot get hla men to practlia ; for Beethoven they think two reV.earsnls are enough. Why? I don't know Brajra is one of the three gre.v fomposera Hrazil haa. The others are Oswald and Nepomu ei i if Braga POUld vfi his orcheatra to rehearae he would have one of ihe finest In the world "Ttire ' a national cbaractet to Brail Man music, though the folk somta and the lighter pieces .ire much like the tunes in New York Bra 111 I am are not so generally musical HI you mencans are. And modem dancai in Braail? t'n fortunntely. yea.' 1 Bhe Faid that ehe luan't decided what she shall do in thll OOUntry, but she wants to play some Braglllan muilc fore she leaves. Site also wun;n to see the rountry--Nlagara. the Rocky Moun tain! mid California . then. tx. sht Wantg to hear the inu.Mc here this winter, ($he calls the t'nite l States ' adiniral'le."' WALDORF REPAIRS COMPLETED one-half tit Hotel Made lee With" tun Dlstnrblnsi Patrons. ISnttre iiitrrior renovation of tiie Wal dorf side of the vVeldorf-Attorla, in VOlVtnS cost i'f nlmaat 1500.000 and taklns three months time, a-aa completed Saturday at midnight. All of 'lie i.mi- i lar patrons and many transient! were I corttinuoualy acoomroodateal while half the side "t 'he bulldlns eras torn out and a new one bull! In Ita tdaee. when ileorga C, Bnl.it sianeii the new ' leane three monthl nun he and his chief eiurlneer, B. ' Blnshsrn, arranged to I carry on the work t.f renovation tliem Helves without giving on: a contract. I Mr Minrhnm hired the workmen and aupervtaed the job with such tucceat that not a hammer was lifted dining sleeping hour an.l the work wss finished on schedule time Plumbing up la date twenty-five wars ago wss ripped out. Meat of th. old dividing walla are (time A new wall from the second to the eleventh floor on the Fifth avenue aide haa been limit ttush with the rest "f the front. Thirty- eight new bathrooms of the finest type that modem piumblns hat evolved have been installed in changing the decora tive scheme lighter colored wall have superseded the prevalent darker hues of the early ""V Nevt year the other side of the building will be subjected to a similar overhauling HER PRESS AGENT FORGOT. Irwin liela About P. SsStleoi . 4'. I.Ira May Irwin, one of the very best known light heavyweight comediennes in the forty-eight States. Insists that the Publla Servloe Commleslon must, simply must, be reorganised. The idea occurred to her yestt-rdny, her press agent Informed Tiik Son (forgetting meanwhile even to mention the name of the troupe Mistt Irwin is now playing with or In). "You cannot got Al results from B flat brain." Miss hsvln wrote to Gov. Whitmnn yesterday In demanding that the Governor take the Publlo Ser vicsi Commission by the scruff of the neck and shake it up roughly Sim admitted she had recently con ferred witit ex-perl engineers and sug geatt d that tho Governor name lien. Uoethals to host ihe transportation problem Miss it win has only recently trans ferred her attention from national to local problem!. The other day she In formed President Wilson that she thought very well f him indeed rtn and I'lntcrs. "Back Home," n comedy tikrn from tha "Judga J'ri. at" ptorlea .-f in in s OebBi will In. .-.tii to nlghl nl the ileorga M. t'liiuia Theatre. The Theatre Prancali will open pa ..u. a. m to night ut the Btrkfloy Lyceum in West l-'orty fourth atraat with a perform. anco of "lasa Marlonettot." Ths Twelfth Night fiuh will give a series of matinoo performsneoo ai tho iiiiinitiiix Thoatrs beginning Fn.iuy for tha beneni of tho club's fund porothy Shoemaker will present n pisy let culled "Tha passion Play of vYaehlng. tun gquaro," by Sidney M lllrtch, at ins PS1SCS in, -a'l.. next ra. next w 'Tha iti.ttla fry of I'sars," yh.il h Is now I..-lug alinivn at tin. Vltsgrtph 'thea tre, win basin on engasetneni la lioia delphlt to-day ' lh Metropolitan Opera Hotioo. a mttlnea or "The Rterntl Mtgdelent" v i li t.e given Wednesday tfttrnoon far ths i lergy of New York and Invitations hfVI been exl.lnli'.l 40 every pre.'niiar In tils lily. The alilinnl aaOOOlatlOn of Stsvsne In.tt tiuo of Technology win gv a theatre party on Ptctinber 10 at the Hew Amtttr tia in Theatre, vtin.re "Around tho Map" is being produced. Bfthol Baermiore i- to sai.rt nni re hoarsa a second company in "Our .Mra. McChetnoyi" Which fli go on tour, hsr own out of mwn honkingi having bssn cnni-allnd on am annl nf tin- lUL'COtt of Ho, plaj ul lha low am TlU'Ulie. 1 INSISTS TEACHERS NEED SUMMER REST lirookl.vn Commit too Points to Ha zarrls in Trains Fall Vacation. ILLNESS UNDER STUDY A committee of the Brooklyn Teachers AasocJafliin. prompted lo activity by I the Suggestion of Comptroller I'lender gaat In the Hoard of Kstlmiite that pub lic achool reachl ra Should for economy'a aakt devote pari Of their vacation to summer achool teaching, has compiled ttatistlca showing that teaching In the public achtiola la a hazardoua occupation. The report Indicate! IhUt at least 10 H per cent, of the absence of teachers is oaueed by Illness; that throat and lima troubles constitute 3.'i per cent, of the occupational dleessss of teachers and that with a very large percentage con sumption ranks first of the four occu pational diseases prevalent among New York city's "0 000 public school teachers. Tho laVCOtlgatlOll upon which the at a: let lea and repnrt are based w as Con ducted by Ir Oswald SChlOOSOW, cha.r n.an of the committee on teachers' proh lt ms of the Brooklyn Teachers Associa tion, aaslsted by lr. Henry Kleiaehman. administrator of the Bducattonal Alli ance, who prepared the scientific rtassl flcation .if teachera' diseases SCOSfdlns to the reported cases of sickness, and Dr. C. Ward Crsmpton. director of phys ical training id tne Department of Education. The eommtttee in tuomtt- t In or Its findings as-erted that its totalfl were probabl below the actual flgnr. because .if the dlfflcultlet met In their reef arch work. Sense el the DISIealtlea, The committee's information w..- ... Mined by analyzing the application blanks Submitted by tea her- l :!; board of superintendent! for tho refund of salaries deducted for absence caused by illneaa during the year IV1S-14 The fact that ru)t all teachers in such a posi tion apply for a refiiiul of labrlei and lha fact that the cmtnittee found a ' veil of Inscrutability'' over certain ail ments due tn t ie "reputed myoterloui ehlrography of the medical profession 1 were referred to In tho report as con tributing to its Incompleteness Hut the committee, it maintains, limited itself neverthtlest to the actual facta revettlcd by tics Inveetlgatlon ' .a... .'... The total number of application! f. r leave of absence by teachera and pi n-' tipals for all causes In 1113-14 was 4,i4t among 20,141 persons. The per- entage nf absence caueed by llloeea wat 10 Uj and the total time lost by absence caused by Illness was (1,(41 days, mak ing the average of is s ttrtiupi days iost per teaoner. Tho exiuillllaliiin made by the com mittee to provo that teachers really r. i ' all of the two months vacation awarded to th. m to rest disclosed Lheee facte: That diaeasea of the respirator) organs constitute more than one-thlrdi 3.", per cent., of all the dlteaaea reported ; lnfet ttvo dlteawet, tc per cent. . diseases of 1 th.- nervous system, 18 per cent : d.--j .-.Lses o: I'll- atgesllVe .-isti-ni, 11 p.-r cent Tbiste four groups In tile order named constitute the o. upatlonal .i.-- tsmea of t lie teaching coips of the t It'.'. More loses of I ulterenl.iala. only twenty-four casea of tubercutosli Were reported as tuch t the t. toilers' pStyslcssns. but the committee maim Unt that this email number .1 -. - hoi neces sarily mean the non -existence of tube: culosle among the teachera of t ie rit Oonelderate physicians may have usetl more "euphonious terminology." a tiie committee's -epnrt The total tiumbei of net-voiia dleeaatg reported does no: adequately set foith th. exlatlng situa tion because tho cases on record are only thoee which resulted in absence The : epoi r ttiiservee : "The well known '.vpe of teacher, In a Constant etate of pathological f.it.gue. nervously unstrung, who by sheer . Inl of heroic eff.irt is sacrificing her re malntliS vitality In the cause of publ serVicei has nnt lieen cor a.dert-d in ill . Inveetlgatlon. Should tie- committee pursue tics inquiry for another ear. an attempt win be made -many euoh teachera ai achools, dt tei mine how tervlng in our The fai t disclosed thai over one-flftl of the entire teaching corps of ti.e cry w;us absent because of Illness during Oil school tear Indicates the existent e of an administrative problem ol gr ti mo men. " In laving great stress upon the that the physical condition of teachers ultimately determines the clency of the educational system stnd affects tin. well being of the iiin.nrin pu . lie achool children, the committee Isouet this warning: "Trie few Instances in which compari son ahoulii be made between tho New York city morbid, ty egperience of teachera and thoee of other . are on the whole gtddedly unfavorabl New York city. "The exceedingly heavy morbidity rnte a-scr.bnvile to respirator- dtaeaaea deserves careful rxmslderittlon of the st-lsail authoril ies. Tin. suspicion has been frequently voiced that the ventila tion of our aohoolrooms may he causa tive of serious phyalcal disorders nntl the niarke.1 prevalence of nllments which may be attributed to this cans., lends color to the suaplcl in Und brings it te the realm of probability " SULLIVAN SHAFT UNVEILED. Member or . i lend er- vices In 4 nlviirx 4meler. Nearly 7.00 members of the Amateur Athletic 1'nlon In this city nnd delegates from distrli t associations In all parts of the country were present In Calvary Cemetery yeeterdsy when the monument to James Eli Sulllvnn, for more than twenty years an active leader In affairs of tho union. Wat unveiled v. w. Rublen. president of the Metro politan Association of the a. a r , an nounced that the monument was the first of two Sullivan memorials to tin established here. Mori- ihnn 14,000, twice Ihe cost of the monument, lias been contributed, ami the association will aak the A. A I', at Its annual meeting hern to-day to use the surplus aa tho nucleus of n national moniorlul One nf the plans suggested Is the titling out of a great playground in -his city. Hlnoe hit death. September 111, I'.ilt, Mr. Sullivan's body had lain In a vault. It was removed yesterday to the family plot, where the monument had bean erected. The Rev, Father John Talbot Smith, of Dobbl Kerry read the burial service nnd undresses wars made by K w. Rublen, Alfred j. Lille, Jr. presi dent of ths a. a. tv ; Justice Barlow s Wecka and Col, A. Q, Mills Thti monument was designed by Jules Harder of Pouglaston nnd it .a mod elled by Augustus Uukemtn. Above a brolld base, formed In the shape of a bench, a granite shaft rises to a height of ulne feet. SATISK1KD MKCII.W H'.S" lalKNS. Mai.liiittan. MOTT ST n a nir Rroo.ns el 'I II llionann ft son agt S ft 11 liealtl.-a Co al, July ll. 1014 llll SAM 11 PROPBRTT lantili Mark, el ig aanie. Julv 7, 1 5 1 : S A n H ritopK.Hi'v -Aisnhtltan Sana ' Inc. agt same, .lulv H. 101;, ... i BROAnWAY, ii it .nr Manhattan l.aikln I.lunli.r fn ag Maiv li I'lnktl tt al, June 11, 10U I la 7. RECRUITING FOR SNOW ARMY STARTS TO-DAY Registration of Emergency siiovoiioiN to Take Plw nl 10:i Stations. John T. Fcthi faton, the Kitchener, Iird Derby and Lloyd ncorite of the Ptreet Cleaning Department, beg na to-day the recruiiing oi nis prcat army mr tie. at mini winter drive. Ills .all goes out to an unlimited army of volunteers, men Wanted far tai.s that pay well, with exins for ihoae who do tgt-eptlnnalty Well Ktf titration will take idnce at 10ii stations In the borongha of Manhattan. Th. Hrotix and Hi ioklyn and all who can handle broom and shovel nr. wel come. These emergency laborers will reel ve f 2 -to for an eight hour shift, and in cents an hour will he paid II a bonus to those who perform a mp nlated task within the time limit. To tackle any big snowaUtrm 'h it may come thll wmter ti.e Commleslonor hae arranged ! place department pi 'Ugheon seventy privately owned motor trucks till. I flit, .ilv'u tti-..U.. t..n I..I, tr.tl.oa Will be similarly euulppcd. In addition to this ths Plfth Avenue Coach Company win attach snowpiought to twenty-fl its conches for service over tho com-1 pany'a routes, t n the situation ns lie sees it now Commissioner rVthoreton I saldi "Our preliminary canvati shows thai there nr.- n.t so linliv Idle in. n In thai city now aa th. re were nt this time last year, and at that time we were unable to obtain a tall iiu.da for em riien.-y snow work. So it is not unlikely that w will be unable to obt tin nil the men We will nnd this winter. We are of fering tiie a-.nie Indue mcttts na last winter wbl. i meant all we are allowed to Offer and will da nil in our power to I i i rult the fon ' "I with t any m thlt connection tint the public generally the householders and merchants part: il.irly-can be of Incali Ulabla asaista: ca In tlgbtlng snow if they will tlmply obey the ordinances in relation to snow 011 sidewalks and roofs and iii ireaways, The public ap parentty doesn't understand the tremen dous amount of work thrown Upon this department, eepeclally in snow times, by the failure of cltlSane to perform their duty and t.. observe 'he city or- 111 . a. I i-.a!;ze t .at often these fail-area are due to thoughtlessness, and Hi- 'i it .s so much easier to criticise 11..- dt partment than to -hovel enow " Mi nt 1 1 . ..t . , ,, ', ...... , iWi'h nnma r,,l addrset of lrider and Oownlown. ly.iurh of Pourteenth et 1 ITH ST, n s. 1-4 w Ave A. ::.x;' I taob ' Abraham 10 Oonrlghi Co, lac. .114:. Kyer av, lit jt; pr nog ItT.elt, .Ins aa par bund; a'ti. T O Co, 1 Tt Ma- tl.oou I a-t iile. 1 1 . - ..f fifth at. between Pourteestlt ai d lllth ate. 1 3.".l ST. n a 1 41.1 Id av. S, 1 1 xtya 5--n.lle M .r .. I.. Title Oust T fa. ITS Bsrav, Nov 13, Uus a- per bond. ..117, lei j IITH ST, a -. 4.1 a .1 .11. IJ0 -. .Adolph ll.aakv t, K.le Itoelt, I ISO .1 ,, ka.111 av. p J Kalt. J ,.o Hi.. i aide. tWsel e tilth iv, hen. Courtetath nnd 1 10th si- i Tlt AV f :4th sr. :4 txtl I -Chat sk htnldl '.i Melvlllo H Bearna, II Joraie. n.ttn I4r.mk.vti. N.,i i.. yr., .; p t . ifii. i. T i'.. i.i tlway l(.iee I SAAIK I'HUI'KRTV s ., the j fhr i Hupfel Brewing i', 7:: K 34rh at.' N". . .', pr mrg (10,000, due Nov 1... 1 a 1 ... I '. p . atty, tame.... llt.ooo SITH s r n - III a tth av, 1; t."ivi iter- irride it li t n!':. n m..l an La isea II M k I 1 f v.. r ac ilk yn, Nov 1.'. I . yrs. .. p t. ..: . i: i: Vollmeri lot I HV-.1 . . .12.0 10 UN O xv i I, -t. .V.x - - r j':: . tiuai A T Co, ::. l yi i, ii . ... 1 1 :.. ooo i,,,,,,,,, OP'OWP, iMa it tan Island, north "f I', oh ,l i " at. - l.utn :. I a I 1 x 1 .1 .. ii.-'.., i. i... .... ... ti. o ti... i.i ... .1 w Tlh " .. -1... . i. ... oi I p- tag lito.ooo, li t r. '. p atty, Ar rtmr f U I . 1 "ii 11 it a v I'rei ,v (10,100 .'AMI- 1 Hi 'li.!: 1 1 s.i t 'ohen, I' . i-i.i.-. S .1 a R.beccs U Nil 1-'. pr lillg . ; 1 t 1 1 -. . p c . atty. :.- ii -Jotin cronln to He., ii Budke, .' ,re" ;, ;, rXJn.N -.t rr"t limn t. i 1 1 r i . - !i t Ths Ttrunx i COIataROB AV. 1 lli i' a. KgtOf I-rael. H"..iti to WK.iarii Rollln, III! College av, prior nog II OOO Not t;. dus ii per bond: stty, it li Rlia.; an; Bway.. 11.1(0 ANTH NV AV, . a. 100 n taist at. 10x100 - VYiilleut l. Pbelan, In., t.. Ltwyero Mm I ". a lalbtrts at, Nov 11, due I.i 1. :''.".. . p c: atty. T ill T Co. nil Bwat ..... $t -.ooo HUMH ST - ll.l " pruspati .n. ... ix Irregular Levi m sv.uire t.. Qermania I Kile ins Co. .11 Villlltm sl. N'.'V II, tlue , a- per li nt. aft. THAT Co, 170 Hit ay tso.uiia . W 'j la T vt :. map Wukeneld .Man a Atkinson -.. II Elisabeth nlver. 1717 1 W'i-: ai. Jul) 1. '. yrs, I p c; stly, Till t "j. i ; Bway i..-.l a rial II II Mlllt RI M I S. (With nan., nnd addfeei t.f lendept at torney, i ITH AV, n it car 14 7:1. at, X?5, n.t 1,14 Mur R MeKernan to Mrs. Rva a Cliendler: any, Jos 11 l.ei-our, Jr, o 4'hui - li ' 1 1,1(0 (Iti KT. .'It 1-4. E, a, 135 w 1st ov, X :. a. June ::i. llll Pranbrn Realty Ca t.. Taaala H Kalvlnl oMv. I. T X. 1' r. IK.i lit. ,t :ii ;tii ST, a a, 17.. e Ith av, ll.txlt.l, No) 1. ltl:i flertrude It and VI. .lei I, Haoiii. t...i p. Rimlra P Palmer, otry. R it Voilmee, :") Bway 11.100 BRI omil li I t IttRg, Manhattan. (P W n w e SI Mark- PI, nffl aa -I. , , at ini.l .! .1, M.iras HitCt Corpn t.. Inirg Halnern, 7" y. 7ih at. r. us ti'.nn Bern i. i iii., sddr it, 144 i.i tv- nil I7.1i.n n ii'iiN ST. 14-ot, -'.'re sn.i basement Kalrfleid Resit) t'o to Th. Lankan helmet Co .-f Clnclnnttl; ihln. s yrs from itty 1. low. ittyi Beeveo "road, li;-, Bway ti.soo I I PRNHKNa, Manhatlaiii (ITH ST. - 150 Mary li Sobtl htm si ai (for I. untu i" tv. IStllO.I t at ui agt charle, Pont. a. aura of inlgl; Itlyi, N ibl . .'..inp. is: ST st, r i" twn Bros may and lllh av, Ka t( Hudolph w il.a. 01 Co agt Michael Mi pr taunt! it ni iforooloturo nf transfer nf t ix Hani; ntty. a Way. niann tdl'll ST. a i' Mary a ttllnti I forei'losiii . of II ah A Mil' I .. Mill at. 1 7 . i: x 4 9 !i art tlturgt lxar.,1.. at al inlgl ; attya. M Uonuid. inn Id I MAHISi'N AV. n c I2d st. rir.x Jahlal M i; i. r. iruo. iutt iteaesiiaia imp et nl iin-tinn in daclors dead void. Soil attya, w. .clilor i Khn AMSTRHHAM V I l n r.Mh at O0lV8ls lirrg -Bobsrl llrovea ar al agt James i h en et ai iroraciosur of mtgi; 1 atty, II Swain. Hronx LOT 3-:'. t ' i ip lido ipori .l.ih P rxr al. I liu-. agt Perdllltnd ' Ham- man at ai itoretioaura -it tnortgagfti; alii, i, Atiernury WnlllBH i i'iiti' t Isabella Ban mr liaitry .x atant pi hi i i.o .i i.iaui iii.nl main i : atty. S Wmii-ler. V.vl.tlNTl.Nj: .V 1051 CR ileal Relet On agt Augtllls .a-. '.ling et al (forairla aur. f iiiurfgagi . a i ; i . ii Swain. Wrl.LlH av. Ifi lames i' Balbi y . si ngt Wtnny K. lev et ai ui.'ti.,n to r rover possession t-f preinlsts); ally, L A1 liaa. 1 VI El II NI a' F Msnlusttsii. 10ITII ST, n a. :iij iv llnav. 7.',rlH'l National Plreproof Saab ft Poor Co agt in.; i. at Carpi ownuri Julian Covacki i iinn a ' tor (correct ion 1 1 .- i DIVISION st, in .x in Mat Kewmsrk ngi Mudorn Clotk ft Bull Co, owner; Ali-ali un Franks' innrno tor ',.i lorn st ion w Morris ; Williams i'o ngt Orleans Itnui icstatt Co, nwi.er: Aitbar Seltdlno, contraetor llll 10 JIaiii.-oV av, Ills Louis lloldsniitli ag: Arena! Rill ('i aaner;; trljusinisu. Hily i'o ft Nathan Mir sell ,.t al eun irHctan a ...... ireneaaii Isio - n (kin r. 17 i. n i n ai i , lUiiel AUCTION SALES THIS Will. anm IWM,sTATrm SAIA olontar, d I-ror.l Offerlna I.. STATK nK N KW YORK, offera to MHM InahattM anil Ilif Brum, ers ami jirospectlva homeaeokera a large MONDAT, N IOVSMBBS lr.. number of Vacant lota at ilrantwotKi, IAT M VBsRT STHtSBT, I Morsemere, LeorHs, Mdvefleltl ami Tea- By Henry Brady, ' ne.-k. New Jersey, at prices which are less RIVRHStDS DfllVK, lit, s . ror of it it, ! titan one-half of former nnnnrif prices TnV7Ve,r.:!'"r vTuZy et" ell Th,',P PWrtlSS must be .old qulokly to 'An ..rl.kia. Marrat. ti Ket r, attva. close the bURlnaai of two corporations. iii'e.'ir,"ri"-'-""i r'r' '"'"' ".MI.Mi gpertal Inducements to contractors and ' mVfJ'! " I build era who will purchase a large mim- Ttv Joseph P, tny. tier of KTtS, For lurthi r nartlataTaea aA. WAi.Ki-rt bt, II and siw. a. r. of nrtlnndt at, HxlOO, C at.nv Ii.rt inil lain Amerlean Mi rt va ivt.a j t..it . i ah lloWtn Sand", ally, rthur t rrienrt, ref; due, Mt.Tli.ll: in.. A MPI 16. Dr s imnal rtntdaili w. .- ,,Tn ,T. :i 1 3 V. n , ISn of Hh ,1v 4t;iS0. 4 a'l.-i' t. ri. -merit 1.-1,1 1 -t.irv rear itnement Rthri ' SnlHtan vt .famei waiah si i . lehneton a- i.hna- t.rn, tttrei le.val la. tie. ref. dU. 14.- Ill : 1 . tux.... Sc. 1 to ai By Sameti in (.BXINOTON AV, IttT-ltll, n . .ai nf l?Sd at. Il.lltll, two 3 -t.irv duelling. Hrit.llPh Johnson el a', trustees, Sir, vs itirrv Blerhefl n . Rtewsrt A Shi r. r, .I'tya. lino, i, Hoffman, ref; due, i'U ;.', lane-, ., mii.4, I AT .UOS TlltltH AVBNt'S 1 By Che rise a Pi r iss BRYANT AV, llll, e a. Ill . of if I . -"aloo, 3 s'.iry tenement Mlnin.- AI grhaf t- Mary lathy el nl: ttafnld Mv.un. rur. . una i' Marnni rer; tiai.. I-. IIS 77 . jr.. ooo. ',..'... &c, l4ll anb ta 111 t fC Hi Jacob ii. Mayers, BTRAJiq A v. a. ;j w Atnuti.laon ev, '"' 'S('iU. nl-O 'rr.i'ion; C-seaat I. losenhlht Meaet i John 11 F..ifn at el; '. Amoi.i Moaea ti any; John II Itugan. n f . due, H.SII.TI; Ci.ea. Ai', ,:,t, TI BSDAY, NOVUMIIKI! I AT 14 VKsr.V ."TitllKT I By Henry iira.iy. MOUitTON st. hi k. s a. t, is w Porsyth ''. 43. r, sty t. tilnt .rh Mr ith air - - Trusts, a sale, estate Andrea, Ki.dalsr h. .T NIC-Hot .AS PLACB, ll-IS, w a. '-'-'4 4 1 II l:3.i at. f-oall-. 1. Sty apt ...tr.i..' Having! Hank In City of N V OSS akihuck el al; Amend .4 Amend, attya, Jaa 1 " ,"....p. :., per; due. S 7. 4 1 . 6."; .axes, e, II, Ml. It. ! DIVISION st .'. :. a a. ::..; 1 I rjiiaton at. :l 1 ok 1 oe 1 te 1: 1 way :? t a: 3 atv Ipfl bldg-tekuta Jamiai.otekv el ai ta ! Jenala Isaa. in. 11. .h i extrx. at si; ai. r Srlelan atty; Hhas s Ari.ie'atii. r.-f. I .I.e. K, 411. II; ac, I soil. By Jeteph v la '" ! , - , Z' iS ' ' "' ' 0 "I ir- Bdwtn Wolf s Win cooper at el; Hays, HerahSetd Woll atty.. fhts A Mn-an. r..f, tluv, Ifl.tll.ffi turn.., a-'-. .' S!" ' ST ST, It'll w. r, . 114 a tth st. 4x fl 1.. la J. amen'a Dsns for Savings In nty N v t Atthur s ttiKtlt.a ei ill. Cadwaladrr, tVlckeraham A Tift. a")-. Eds 11 Parish, r.-f. due, IIST.T4I '- laaes SC IIO.SSI.4 IXlNOTflM AV. Ill !. . ia. th Bs l.l'.XINOT A v. : IT, n .. tor 4th at. :n :l aii tenml -tr.l -tr--.,h.,- 11 I.' Andrew t 1 1 al; Prank .1 Riaaidi. I .t .r t 1 , r.f .. ,.ll.l BROADWAT, lest leet, n a er lllth . lll.fsUt.Usl'i.llttlM, ; apt -Mat Mart t. Haaal 1. , Batata Co ! 1. lens s r,rx tu K.is-n.. K M. -.-. aff ,llP littal M i.... euh-ett to i.rl..r tot.-.. e l.n , ' RIMM41TON ST n a 7 . I w K.o-vth ei -'4 11x100x31x1 "0 1 sty sttble ijeo T Soper vs irana x Mulry et a' William 14 PetTit. hi Kt.aeland Sloors, ref; tlua. IS.fac.4S; tar... A- (1.700 r . , , ... , 11141.81. 1 "; ' '" ''-- 4e. - T 1 1 1 f: I AVRVtTB I 111- Ji.aeph ! Iav QRAHAM ag es 171 s Lawrence i f.0 l"ii. i.iiul.l . iila.. H.7TII ST. B, it a. 113.4 a Lswren a-. 11x100, vacant Trusts ..t n y fm lara.i la: It.Cl. f Fan., ta ...tin I'emmlskl Win v VYund. atty; Sidney J1 ,.ii ..a. 1 1 i u i. . (..ait t., v.--. 1171.01 B Bryan I. K.ntii;:v CI4NTON .tv. a a. 132 n II 11 t. (0x1 tt vacant Annie Mahonay ei sl i- otosu tialiatd t-t at; vYostelman A- Kraue, attv. Win J HcKeown, ret, due, 4.'i;-..i: lax. a Ar. 11,1(1 WKUNK.-.JAY. XOVEMBRN 17 I T : i VBSKV RTHKKT. I By Joseph r Bat I'TN -T 71 Vt". -. . C..1 i- ai. , -i'x!o; .'. i tty taemen1 Jno A Htewari : e. al, treat, va Charles lllret bborn ei , iietraman, Mensen .v 'iru "in. atlyi Htuart li I'nal.in. r.f; due l.l:..-- at i taxes, A . Itlf.lO, . IITH ST. 71 W a a Ii a PoJuttakua ... .... .. . . . . : ' . . . . : - , t'l t . -j - .. .. - i I, .1,111.1, .1 ii .1 hi. a, -i ei al, truateea, i tii.,- ii rschbern .t all Beekman, Menken .v iiriavom. atty; HHuurt 1' I'reetun, r.f. due, 141.740.14; 11,1(1.40 I a. , a Si , i,bulldi4BiVsi-,I i P- ?."! '.'"' ' S..f S Vi !r!! vV',:''h f -tty? Che.? We. "rol , "t?& MUHHOR "I 'If ! 13, II -. 6QM e PIH . i tx :rrti r tory tnmi)i a i, i stores; laouiai r4ntigr -a a e... Ii'-uy et ai. He Witt, lanknlan ft Be w.it. tttyi a iiiii. a iii.. as. raf. due. 111,7(0 07: tax.'-. ,'. i vxti so iti M Morgvntheu. Jr., Co. KHls'T AV. llll, . .. 10,1 n ld n. ISg -: story lenemenl an I -...res: .N.rin.. l. a. ..a is liaiin.ih VtallSOO i't al; ilren- villa li Wlnlhrep any; Sa.n iei li Ham burger, tel. .in.-. li;.o.i 4.1. tax. a. gc, I..I7, My asm us m .rx l-.A-T "ITU BT. ;i . -. ..a t Thir.i av. . xio'-i. -ton lensmsnt; Kaititiu . Murphy v - Predrlck Koenemtni t-xr an i tn.a. t ii., Oliample Ar ll . 'oiitior, alt)'; laOUll vYendOl, Jr. ret, Jue. l. II.. i.o. is., a. , i.::..:. . THPRSBAY. NOVRMRRR II I AT 1 4 VRSRT ITRRBT I B Jooph r Pay, I MKHl'KH ei'. in. -. ;.s: a tlrand si. . 24.1x100; .'. att.ry loft hut. ling. I'ltjf Ite.il Bstate i'. i a Walton Altntust e: nl; Harold Swain, atty. Charles A Moran. r.f. .1ua, l.'3.:i.'7.77 ; tax.-. :,.;: .,o MRRCHH STi IKi a. I7.-. n spring - 14.1x100; - story loft building: CID Real wetatr ua s wa.ton i aunauoo .t ai : I Htrold Swain, atty; ltarlea a Moran, ref; .lie. I."..' : .'7 taxes, 1411 . Mi N i Qi iMi.ii i I . - ft ... . Monro n, HtlOi ii otorj lenemenl und stores; isorgienx a Mariay va neruner ureen - to rg. Inc. fl a.. Ma. . it ai McBurney artv K.litnrl 1. I'arr.-. ral. due, 4.-I tl4 tli tax. a, A,'. (Llll : Ry Ihtnlel tirei nwald. PARK HOW. Ill, ii a. 1(1 a of ,ua t, . I4xll7.(i 4 ttory tenaiiii'iit und store; 1 atort txttnslun: also PARK ROW. 1(4-10, n 117 1 of Dunne at. tlslot.f, i atory tenemsnt ami St. .ia. l itory i ttentlnn alto WILLIAM ST. Ill- I, n a. ;e,.s e of New Chimbrf at, Ilgl4.lt lint. 7 at..iv .1.:-.: hall. ling, ax, ITH st. ft. a a. r.i iv ..f Mercer at. iix-o.. , lory loft and store building- Sh. too sal of all rlaht. title . . aht n .1 him S7. wart ha.r on Aug 11. 1917.. ... sine ; Jas A Timothy, any IAT 1704 Tlllitn AVRNt'R 1 it Hearv Brads ' in nil ma. ii IITH OSTi IU K. a s, 4S e of KatontJl at, 40 ion. '.' siorv dwelling tan, Bs- a.rer VS Anna A Span:. ling Hinting et ul. Mann. Ruxbiium A s liwaherr. .tty. ingrunatn, r. i. nue, ,u . . trixi-a. ft,-. tli-.::i Hi- J.iaenh I' Do N..RTH oak PR IV 13, a -. nnd South oak Put., n .-. loia 4- to, : and oo, man of Brongwnotl. loneton Harlem s.itingai Hank is t'nrrli K Sawyer, Rdw k Cllnchi I Arthur N U . rb h, ref, dm . Ill, 'VI M . liixea. Si'. I"l "' PHIDA1 h'l IVBMHHII II AT 1 1 VKHKI STHHRT I in i..-. nh l' im IANP st. MT. - iv i n- of C'orleart st. I Slltry l ment ana ... iii nf N ) . Pay lieali v . '.. I . Hilar Ha rdy. at : i . Jus 1 1 hldels dui . ISO.tOI I! : t .x. a ... I :.::..: f NINTH AV. n 1 .'a li nt. li. and store . Havld 0 .- M A soy, .., walhi ..it) Pr in du 111 :: i 'i. .at t .in. men i a nasi o : ll im I Llppi i rusi at a, M t ix. ft.-, n.ioe, in ii. in i Braey BAST ISITII ST. 171. - - 1 i"l ll T m. to. oxoo. ii, I axon dwelling l-'lda Trust i'a vo Lillian L II a- t a i ; don liar.ian. alt) lleorgs y i; rf; line. 14.111 tt t.x.-. I .a ;.t IITH ST. (41.51 W, n ' 'ith tllXll.l; 1 tl Itory a a. I 1 .1, line! Iii voluntury sals I AT S'.'Oi THIRP tVKN'I's) Hy Jo-, ph I' pi! Last 17TH ST. T0(. ri - ; . ., a i, lOlTIi i.. . Hurl 'laeldng, II i S r. Ins- II ml. i - S , !.. l II . . i . Kile u.rd S Clinch n . 1 ' i i e I II . 1 i llll ' V y si: a n i i dt ' ' 1 1 .i Al . IC W 7 I dreta BKNJ. D. HA.IfHT, Special Deputy iftipl. of Hanks, care of Hanking Dept. ti I way. .New Voik 'ltv INH IIMSUtll A VA It I' IIKV'TH TO I.BT. BKIINX Hul: AVB.i 93: m-tH, three him ka asm Mr?ii..,,n ar atlli.n n...-. lectric iigin. teiepbone: an imprevementa' ....... i. i ..r i. .ii. .,, ip . j Ii,l,.,v ,!,. late ri Uvea. n Martin, nf. lilt :j. d li 11,111 :T. By Hanry iirmv AST lllth T. lit. I a. Ill . Mr,.,,, wooil mi. !r,M4. Mary B II etlafs tl c ouldone, ia... et ai; Mcflulre, Hnrner --a.1ll.tl. mil.; Maiirlaa H I ..ha. 1-1 till.-. M.ttl 01. txa. 4,. t51 m By Ch.ir .a A. ll.Tilan. CfTf 1ST. A Nil AV. .TI Bridge at a a hols fri.nl h. lit -.a. Main ,t ,,, Mm,,,, f-ir.l av. lOTsltl ;'xl3 Txl'On. vsesntj City Heal Batata Co t Frederick w i'aas si .. . Harold Swain, atty; John P Dune r.f. due, lll.lll.4ll laaea, r. II TRANSACTIONS RECORDED. TH ANSI Kits. With name and address of lender and uttariie., ir attorney's nam. i- omitted a tldl eaa patty t.f a, eon. I pun I BewtHeejBi (."nth of Pourteenth -i i , . . . . . . . . . .. . ' 4 " l erry ... so ti- . - t'h.i- M Itussell, ref. to boinMlls A Foreign Mla-inna-t .1.1 of p S 1 huf h In ' 1. Nov ii; attya, Hants, a Ni-.itn at 1 1 a 000 u. a, .u a atn at, ;i)x7l' -DaVIO Mua ' 'Witt ia Mlllaa, hia wit-. 7a Av ir mtg li:, 000. all II. na. Nov 10; al:. Kdward u Newman. j Liberty at....i SI H BT, n a. Ill w At A. iill.l.Doa : 101 Ct 10 Jamb Al.r:.ns4n. Ill Simp a at n , mtg i 7, eel; atty. t U I .. I . . its a Iioo Kaal Hide. iKf ct pifih in. between Pourteoatl mi l llSth Bla i IITH ST. K. a a. lcl w :,t ... Ill III apace liny Co to Carmala is;. -.0 K kSlh at. ting 4I,IH. -Nov II; ai- .: : B I'sih at II ;: " J" n -. not w -Jd av, 4 llsll.l -II) .' St,.i. ta .-uls M Moll. Alhany. N T. 1 attl T n Co. l ;e Hsrai 11 SAME PROPBRT1 -Harvey 0 Hohstin. e c, Ocl I; atty. anie ; IITH ST, r -. 40 w :j av, ID ix?o :,- Adnlph Uowtky. Jr. at al. h-drs. an. Marl. Jtow- "ky. li. AdOlBb ItOWaav. -.',4 K 4'Jtli at. t., A i...ph II . ok: . ..,4 41th si. I 1. .10 y 1. nil; at'v, uttu J Kail Brook tv 11 IB AV. e , 1 1,1 n 7t li -t. 11x74 Sadie M v' le IH C (toll, IH..4 l.ealng an si. 1. mix i;.:oo, atty. r a Co, i? Bwaj at BAMK PHoPalKTT H C Stoll in Jlartet O Uobton, .tli far ton .iv. Hkiyn. mtg , . ' "ay 1: s a. ,., 11 7 - I sr. is. exit 400 Kt tiger 1.1 .;mon freeman. !.- Av A ' l"". Oct ;o. ut:. l.muu.i Pralmtf 1 lot itvia 1100 it..-. Ha. I ... , , " Shlp' cweil of I ifth m, immean Feurtetalfe and lllth eta.) I HTH ST.' Ill W.'s s7 tH'V Hh'aVl 'HiiU aa III' a, IX" 013.IHMI, .Si, OTl'l AV. a . ..ir iitb'tta' M.'lgTI -AIM V' .Olgl an. I S nO, a. lis Ati.niv Ilia;, 10 lhss S. Iimi.l'. I.toril.1. N J. Nov la. attv. 1. T 1 a f i. 1st tiu... .to aaa I7TH 1. I a. 111 tv ;tn SV, l;..v. Irr.a Trust .a of tti- Central Proebytertea , hurcb to LtiWyeM It- a, tv t'o, ltu ilivat. Nov i- nmt I Wm 1. Tutn.r J Oau riamruer, I.i W s:.h r . I, ami s. ov . atty, Til. i- I l Keogh, so woat iin.it tun I plan n. i iManhattan Island, north of iioth . Illtl .ST. Ill B s s. 171 W 3.1 av. ...x7i iriaa N'au.ior k.eiti to Ball K It lit. hla Wife, 109 laxlllglt.il mi. Nut' II; atty Arnsteln v lervy. Ill Uway Iiim .-'TH si. n -. s:. it VVndesrorth .... SO; : 11 Uea II ii . ;. to j.,,, j Cronm I . - 1 - - - III! 11 , . !'., I . - III n ltd mtg. 141,000, ...I Ileus, Not II Hfv. TO Co, ITU Itujv . ..Ilvu tin, ii i , I. ..r.,ugh ol Th Bronx I HIT. I. AV. a it tor (09th a:. 100x101 fteb . rot k I,-a.l '.. t.. Hlamund I 'oho. at w I . - ..... . . ii -. . .. mi inu . ... a. a . - .i 1 1. . t atty( R t'obni 14 Bwsy . . I. i' ulalahTUh AV, a. " n lOltk a-.. lSxtnn Win Itollin t . Israel Bollln, list '. I a. . mtg I.i. ii"... .Nov i., atty, H H tlilat. i7. ""end ..4 niap i'a'uV Ktaie'--'.:hua ti i o.S I. it i. :.. .1,1 I, i.Kl'.ia tv; n.-ge It.: Nov It; atty, Frank Uass, i.i , ..;. Wettehester HBKMAN1 AV, -.11 -i, a a. UlltlOO Harneal It Bokiiwy, r. f, io Koyal lir..r. . ' Itvali) t'o. in... 1134 vYaikar av; mlsi . lO.OOO. Vol .t. attl. t 11 ll.o-.iilar. 1:1- waiaer . u . I tATS blk l; also lot 111, blk 10, map Trvmonl i-rric. Tllllt Stotobera to Hsrr) dlrlnbrrg, 7 W lllth 01, uci :., ! ,,,;' ' ' K O'Kennody, It Nassau CRRSTUN AV, 1731, ' s' 15 1x14.4 John it Harrison, ret, to M..na I. AutbUOtli ;.: l I.i xli.ar oi ai Nov sttt II I k .i.nn. ..- Bway .. 't; to" lloTII .-T i -. ..... n Itallroad at. 44 II; al- . pl.t: bvglllt ii.'. li lOOtl) at alii i -..I, a Itallroad .... 11x44 Magdalene ' rr " uresaeit a ..a... II 1. I",' II at .-; 1.. Ill t a: II.O00: alt; I'' II I'l II. ! -. li 11.0th ' . ..ll Hilll'MAN .-i. It a. Ii I, lot In:, map w m Powell, nexlOO Jacob Abraham i ttl to iii.nrlght in. Ii... 104.". Itver at Not k. una l4.iou, atty, T ; a T Co, 1 : Un .1 .o-i WKBMTKIt W. a a. I'm n 171.1 at. :.'! Itlx50xll7i. ex.. pr Wttbster at. e a. 54: , ii I7ld at, lt.ixlllxlt.sxtll.4 Magils lens r.a. ior to erdk n tJrll, . :. K Itoth at Nov II. ni'g i. :.ai. ally. V II I't tea . ia. r. it.. : h at .(loo ST ASNs it, a a. 111. 10 a Waal h.ta- av. ...iii ksllxlll.. Magdalena Piat-hsi In. :i. a aa extrs, t,. Prederlek H lire, sell a an i. . I. liauh at, Nov lg, ii, la- I ,I a . r II In. I g i sot It si. ... . nr. '.oo RuRIN AV, n e cm Tremunt av, looxio I Virginia lit-, .-a to Te kit lliis- man, linf stebidna iv, Nov . am. ! T 11 x r . ... 174 Bway... . ... Ii 1 As. 1 in i.-v ) n a, in W in I. Phe in la W in I. I'ti.'l.iii. In, 1015 Ryr in. n t i7. mtg ir.ooo. am. T ; A T .. .. Ma ay (l H'lMH ST a -. ! . w I'm. pa.t at. 47 ill i . lii-rn i lira Ina I o in I.i y M ...: W 13.' I at. Nat 1'.'; at'y. T a T i 171 Itway un - 1 1 . n Mt PH tn MORTUAt.KS llanhattsn. in.- -n: T, 1 1 .i .' f John loud r . 1. 1 . i . i . M'g Co, :.a Liberty t l. T i 10 Hit in 117. nil I ia iii si 'p. w -Isabel K In sol. r t.. N a.. V I'l-gua. tit ChlcagSi li.. stive I' rki r. I A W, 14. Nassau f I . ,.t. i" I s A M R I'RiiPKBTV- Maltle .7 Mavnnlds el " '' ' -' ' u l,A - litll. saniii f o-.o 1671' ST. . a, lit: w Park ai. it !x0t Selena M Cumnboll, txr. to stanwood , H, ,lit fo, lis W (Attl al, attys. Stud ,; 'a, M 111 llitay (Is On tjOTII ST. ' ,' 1-.' la, .b II Levlne, nlntr , ,,, ,.,,, Irvine -t lit. ': I. 1 ' h st . attys in. r. - A A 101 llwai li i -r. AV. n Id at. IttlOO x i. in ll, iff i,i Ruriuun Slli w , ; h . ta "no in Rd y, I. Mrg . . t : oo lie atlt. llxnuO AV B. Ill I'aullni ' gtern, tt win w g.ein, .ikirs. S Yi o fa. ,',n Liberty ,t .. . .. MAPiaoN A). 1001 Sunis p. a IITH st. 10a K Wantiiitiacher Wets, ., .... Pritr Watinemaelier. egr, los- .... n- j. .un. Prod v Mayfurth. o( Nastau i .I'ua I :.. th sr - ISO i '.i 1 it m ti ii ai. i'.x ii. i i Krnniia I. kuius ei n, no to l..r 11 N et Ol, 100 Hllkt at, K yn. ,,-i.. . i 1 . . ,v t . tt i ,i .' . , ... s. unit in 1ST - !'. ' - SO Annie M Chrlatl w Hub alti a e Id ai . lit If,0 1 1 . i i (Has line nlng, I' I, .i.ii M in no. 41 t's 1 1 i ".it I MlMI 1TIAV A V. 11.11 n I Kill -I Lal.lt. I' ' .tk I tin ' ."oik. W x, .i, nt", T 'i ' . ii Rway. li. son RiPiiB st, i. old John m Ri'lor, f a-. " I . ix ! i in. I I'. W 101 li a( , it:i W ii . w all st. , ' . i 1 41.-T ST, ' I Ol W I'l SV. liixat a I .. ... r i : K k.-t. iii, Id Kralikllll t'i , . ...ii Cedar (L Itlchninnd Hi., i i .. 1 1 .. Hainllton s. : Bectoo (f 110,004 , I. I ll s- IS V). Jaine. I. Mlii-h.ll et ,i!. , . hi M iry M Oil i00 HI. ka ar. Rglyn, ,-i . .- i. in ft i. la W all a. . .:. i n . i w Mary M orr In 1' s Trust i w a I .-..I. i rl a w 1 1,000 ng ist .1 Her. 11,00 ' o i i I i . tana li . Ii ISO 400 0H ..a. fl in T ' I a T M4L1H I.. i ' . i . t.o ' i ,l,tU '