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90 Banking Offices
in Cuba
cJcantageousIif located as
( as an Intimate frioW
edge of conditions and
lusiness customs, qualifies
this Institution to render
complete Banking Co-op
nation to those transacting
lusiness in Cufrd,
Inquiries Cordially Invited
Head Office: Havana, Cuba
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CENTRAL and SOUTH AMERICA
) Nsw York Oltlo
Broad tr.t Puen. Broad 747
Direct Freight and Passongor Sorvlco
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Sailing on MAY 4TH direct to
Kingston, Puerto Colombia & Cartagena.
For rates and further Information apply to
CARIBBEAN LINE
11 State St. Telephone Bowline Green 0112.
mufti
MCRICA
jria Panama Canal. Direct without
hange on new AmericamBtcamships.
NEW YORK to PERU and CHILE
Calling at Callao, Arica, Iquiquo,
Antofagasta and Valparaiso.
S. S. Santa Ana April 21. S. S. Santa
EHsa May 5. S. S. Santa Luisa,
May 10. o
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fun. Dept., lOt Teorl Street, New York
WARD LINE
Direct weekly service on fast luxuri
ous .tcamer? frtom New York to
HAVANA
Man? attractions and recreations at
thli famous resort. Ample hotel ac--ramo.iatlons.
Regular sailings to
Na.sau and Mexico.
For Booklets and Information write
New York t-d Cuba Mail, S. S. Co.,
latin American Supper Dances
J hotelV
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NEW II
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Regular Services and Fre
quent sailings irom
New York, Baltimore,
Philadelphia & New Orleans
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STEAMSHIP
COMPANY
Incorporated
17 Battery Place,
New York City.
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American Nat. Us. BMg fFfTffio
327 South La SaUe St.. JnitrftANCISCb
Merchants Exchange ifiWlj. "JSrori;
Cable Addms.JIJnj.Ww Toxk.
Italy
Spain
Portugal
Germany
Holland
France
Mgium
Sailing list and further informa
tion on application.
Cable Address: Kerrline,
New York..
All Standard Codes.
URUGUAY OFFERS
GOOD TRADE FIELD
Both Business and Political
Conditions of the Country
Boported Sonnd.
By IS. B. FILSINGER.
Export Manager of Laumnoo A Co.,
New York City.
Uruguayan .business men have a repu
tation for solidity, honesty and fair
dealing which might well bo envied
by the commercial Interests o other
una larger countries. I havo never 'Vis
ited on Important distributing city which
Impressed me more favorably than
Montevideo. It Is a great satisfaction
to realise on what a strong financial
footing the merchants of this city are.
Ma "v-. m A..I.M I h Ram tH AmAf.ff.fl.
han a higher reputation for commercial
upngntness man mo DusmoM men ui
this enterprising capital.
Uruguay is at preeent enjoying a
period of great prosperity. This is
greater oven than during the war. The
country's bcllbelng is reflected In the
vast number of automobiles that one
sees In the streets, In tho prosperous
appearance of the people, and the bril
liant lifo In and about the numerous
beaches which oro such a delightful
feature of Montevideo. The scenes at
Playa rocltos and FloyaTtamlrer on a
Niinitnv nfternnnn between E and tl
o'clock aro very (brilliant. They easily
rival similar outpourings at, smy iaon
lon&blo European resort.
Business with this country should re
flect this prosperity. The latter is vis
ible proof of the profits that have been
made during the war on the chief
troducts of Uruguay. On every hand
ne hears optimistic roports regarding
the business situation. A number of we
leading merchants told mo that thoy
had done better business in September
and October than during the war, when
there wag a real boom. It was the
general opinion that Uruguay had tit
no previous time in its history been in
such excellent condition. As far as busi
ness with this country Is concerned
there Is no doubt as to the future.
Ono of tho most important Uruguayan
exports is wool, of which tho shipments
over 191S have increased very rnaterl
ally The cross-breed wool brougni
prices ranging from $12 to Vr" hi
tejt kilos, while Marino wool brought
... ... .At r....incr nfnvpmber Gor
an. DU lo jvui -
man and French .buyers were bidding
against each other ana se.ii.
niktcrlally higher. Other Important ex
ports arercanned meats, frozen be. and
mutton. limes, pom uu
. i Vi i rrh iiinire.
. .. nirr(iM,ltUr&I DrOOUCtS
wUll are exported aro wheat, maize and
linseed. Tho prospeci wi m
crop aborting to latest Information, is
very bright and should havo a tavorabto
effect on business in genera. In the
nine months from January 1 to Septem
ber 30. inclusive, the total .exportation
ahowed an Increase qver the similar
period for tno previous
000, or about 30 por cent. Naturally.
trade reflects this general conumvi,.
rm. .,Aii- nt merchandise In Monte'
XHV OW.B ' -
video havo been affected by the same
factors as Influenced those in the neigh
boring city of Buenos Aires, following
the armlstlco Uiero was a penuu ui -prosslon,
but the improvement began
somewhat earlier than in Buenos Aires.
At the present time all business is
active. This Is true of wholesale as
well aa retail interests. Prices of many
hn'A Tint reached the level of
'thoso in tho United States owing to the
SA sssss.
GRAPE FRUIT
Retaining ell the Fruit Flavor
SOLD BY LEADING OROCERS.
SPANISH AMERICAN FRUIT CO Ise.
RICO
?e ACADEMY
e1133 B'war. Cor. M SL
NON PLUS ULTRA
tn Commercial Spanish and Portuguese.
Spanish and English Shorthand.
TRANSLATIONS
TRY I
Branch: 44 Cenrt St., Brooklyn.
THE McALPIN maintains iti
leadership in tho hotel world by
continually creating and adopting the
neweit in comfort, convenience and
luxury. The charges remain moderate.
ilcAlpin Hoof on Tuejdayi-
Hotel Plaza
Havana, Cuba
Cabl Address "PLAZA".
WALTER IXETCHER aMITB. Tnp.
, Cotmopolttan Barriet.
largest and Meat Medtra lTotel Building
tnCuba. Abaolutely Oreproof. Cabl, Tile
graph. Pat Office and Steek IuolaUa
is tho Lobby.
Brazil I
Uruguay
Argentina
"River
Plate
Scandi
navia Dutch y
East
Indies
Japan
the: sun
Latin American Holidays
For Week of April it?
Monday, April 19, Is a holiday In
Uruguay and Venezuela,
Wednesday, April 21, Is holiday
In Brazil
This la a reminder to thoso who
transact bus loess by cable.
ability of the dealers to buy gooda from
the customs house in Buenos Aires at
very low Dgtires. These, of course, were
the shipments which had been rejected
as a result of the armlsUce.
Whllo tho demand at preeent Is acUve,
buying is on a conservative basUi and
will continue co, as dealers do not care
to overstock themselves. Tho demand
Is for a better class of goods generally
owing to the fact that people are able
to pay tho higher prioe.
An Interesting feature of Uruguayan
trade Is that tho importers of Monte
video wish to bo Independent of im
porters of Buenos Aires. They lilts to
malto direct purchases. They also pre
fer to buy either from travelling agents
who visit Montevideo or from agents In
their own city who represent foreign
houses.
One of tho most reassuring features
of doing business with Uruguay is the
undoubted political stability of the coun
try. The visitor to Uruguay cannot fall
but be Impressed by this fact It gives
htm added confidence in the commercial
solidity of this enterprising coantry.
INTERNATIONAL DUEL
SETTLED PEACABLY
South Americans Accept De
cision of Arbitrator.
Buenos Aims, April 18. Arbitration
Instead of pistols has eettled the con
troversy between Jobo de Souta Lage,
editor of the newspaper 0 Pali of Illo
Janeiro, and Fernando Saguler, a mem
ber of the Argentine fienato, which
threatened to end on the duelling field.
Two weeks 'ago the editor sent a chal
lenge to the Senator, the former con
sidering his honor had been impugned
by an arUcle written by Senor Saguler
for the Government organ La Epoca of
this city, In which It was said Senor
Lago had misrepresented President
Irigoyen In an Interview published In
his newspaper.
President Irigoyen, It is said, took a
hand in the affair after the Senator had
reiterated his charge that tho editor.
In printing the Irigoyen interview, had
violated the confidence of the Argentine
Chief Executive. Tho two men had
planned to meet at Montevideo, where a
fatal duel took place recently, but the
Uruguayan authorities were notified tho
two men must not be permitted to fight
In that country.
It was finally decided to refer the
whole matter to Dr. Carlos Rodriguez
Larreta, former Argentine member of
the Permanent Court of Arbitration nt
the Hague. In handing down his de
cision he says : "Without passing Judg
ment on the merits of the controversy,
there has not been sufficient offence to
Justify a duel. I think in such cases
wo ought all to agree on a policy of
fraternity between the two countries."
Seconds chosen by each of the would
be duellists have signed the decision and
the incident Is declared closed. The
dispute excited great Interest In South
America, owing to Its International
aspect and tho promlnonco of tho men
Involved.
FINANCIAL CONGRESS
WILL BEAR FRUIT
Chilean Delegate Points to
Results in Sight.
Somo of the work achieved by the ro
cent Pan-American Financial Conference
at Washington, such as'the study of in
ternational laws looking toward the uni
formity of land and sea transportation,
of patents and Industrial trade marks
and of arbitration, will pave the way to
an increasing commercial Interchange be
tween the Latin-American republics and
the United States, In the opinion of Dr.
Luis Uqulerdo, chairman of the Chilean
delegation to that congress.
The year 1913 the proportion by which
the American Flag was represented In
Chilean trado was hardly 3 per cent. In
1913 this proportion was Increased to
16.33 per cent, thus occupying the third
place after the national and the English
ships. This Increase Is due, not only ro
the restrictions Imposed upon European
flags during the war, but mainly to the
cutting of the Panama Canal, which has
opened the western, coast of South Amcr
lea to a direct connection with the South
ern and Eastern ports of the United
States.
The financial condition of Clillo can be
considered entirely satisfactory. Al
though the publlo service is extended to
railroad transportation and other activi
ties, the taxes are really Insignificant
At 18 pence per peso they amount to no
more than 35 pesos per Inhabitant or
twelve American dollars.
As In the majority of South American
republics the foundation of the pnblio
treasury lies in the indirect taxes, the
principal (part of which are the custom
duties. Duo to the happy circumstance
of Chile being the only country that pro
duces nitrate, it has been possible to
draw from this source one-half of tho
public revenue, leaving untouched the
majority or the resources or the nation.
The national debt of Chile, Sr. Izqul-
erdo says, amounts to 35,000,000, In
vested mainly in public works, as for
instance, 5,000 kilometers of railroads
owned by the State. The Internal debt
Is represented by 150,000,000 paper pesos.
Besides that, there has been Issued 64,-
000,000 of bank notes with guarantee of
gold deposited In tho treasury : 40,000,000
for which a guarantee was given in the
form of nitrate unsold at the end of the
war. To redeem the 150.000,000 of gov
ernment bills, 112,000,000 in gold has
been accumulated in the vaults of the
Bank of England and in the national
mint Moneda. Dr. Izqulerdo believes'
that if the- conversion should be made
now, as it is proposed at the rate of 12
pence to the peso, or 20 American cents,
there would he an tsmks of 18,000,000
pesCj, m
AGREE ON ANTI-RED TREATY.
Proposals 'Will Be Submitted to
nath American Countries.
Blj.no 3 Amis, April 18. The Dro-
posais adopted by the recent convention
or the south American- police for the
exchange of information regarding
anarchistio activities have been' drawn
up by the convention In the form of a
treaty for adoption by Argentina, Bra
zil, Chile, Peru, Paraguay and Uruguay.
ma treaty, wnicn nas Deen submitted
to all tho Governments concerned for
their approval, provides they shall In
form each other concerning "attempted
or executed anarchlsuo deeds or simi
lar deeds, collective or Individual, tend
ing to the alteration of the social or
der, and concerning likewise any other
movement considered subverrlve or af
fecting the social order."
LATIN AMERICAN EXCHANGE.
Cablet. Demand.
Argentina (gold) IMS SI.H
Argentina (currency) 43.(9 41.35
Brazil 21.50 21.11
Uruguay 109.71 10Q.lt
Chile (sold) J.0
Chile (currency) 20.S1
Colombia 105.00
Ecuador 2.12
Nicaragua 1.00
Bern .c...
Venezuela 5.15.
and new york herald, monhay, April -19, 1020.
'BUSY MONTH AHEAD
FOR AUCTIONEER
Joseph Pi Day Will Closo Many
Estate's at Special Sales
Days.
Demand for miburbart homes and home
sltoa lends Interest to the salo at auction
of the cstato of tho late John Fox,
knAwn as "Foxhurst," at Baldwin, I I
wQoh Is to bo conducted at noon on
May 0 by Joseph P. Day In 14 Vosey
street Tho estato consists of seventy
nine acres and a three story twelve room
dwelling with outbuildings and Is within
a flften minute walk of the Baldwin
railroad elation.
On the samo day Mr, Day will sell
separately fourtoen lots In Bronxvltle,
N. Y., In Marquard, Do Witt, Jrtoswnoro
and Desmond avonues. lie will also soli
a fourteen room dwelling and garago, 100
X212.0 at West Bourne Boulevard, Far
nockaway, L. r.
At an executor's salo the auctioneer
will also offer, to close the estate of John
P. Butler, sovoral building sites as fol
lows: In Manhattan, the southwest cor
ner of Audubon avenue and West 171at
street, CxK5; In Tho Bronx, In two par
cels, the block front In the west side of
Walden avenuo, from Mount Hope place
to East 177th street, C5x2&0x Irrcg.i also
tho block front in tho north side of 170th
stroot botweon Nelson and Plimpton ave
nues, 50x200x Irrcg., to be sold In two
parcels; also tho plot, 115x220x Irreg.,
at tho northwest corner of Nelson ave
nue and 189th street.
A voluntary offering will be that of
tho four, flvo nnd six story lofts with
stores at 550 to CSS Broadway, through to
92 Crosby street, between Spring and
Prince streets, 109.11x99.3x Irrcg., to bo
BOld.ns ono parcel.
For tho estato of Domlnlck G. Bodkin
will bo sold 81 nnd S3 Bridge street,
Brooklyn, a vacant plot, 76.xl25, In the
heart of tho Brooklyn Bridge manufac
turing district. Another sale la that of
tho four story dwelling with store, 23.9
x 100, at 325 West Broadway, between
Cannl nnd Grand streets, Manhattan,
for the estate of Henry Clay Eno. The
six story storo nnd loft, 22x78, at the
southeast corner of Avenuo D and Fifth
street, 'Manhattan, is another of tho vol
untary offerlngf.
On Monday, April 20, at noon, in the
Vosey street exchange, Mr. Day will sell
for the estate of Martha A. Sprngue two
five story tenements with rear buildings
nt 178 and 1S9 nvenue A; also three five
ttory tenements separately and as a
wholo nt the northwest corner of Second
avenue and Forty-ninth street.
For tho ostate of Theodore Dlcterlcn
will be Fold a live story tenement at
122 and 124 East 129th street; also a
frame dwelling at No. 152, between Mad
Iron and Park avenues.
In tho Bronx, 800 to 804 Courtlandt
nvenue. northeast corner of 158th street,
a two story building with stores, and
two three story framo tenements with
stores, on a plot 60x92, Is to bo offered.
Tho only West Side property in the sale
la tho Ave story apartment, 20x100.8, at
7 West Ninety-fourth street Execu
tors of the estate of J. W. Cremln will
sell 91 South Portland avenue, near
Fulton street Brooklyn, a brick dwell
ing. At Flushing, L. I., tho three story
frame building. 80x150, at 29 North Par
sons avenue, will also be sold.
NEW TRADEMARK RAID BARED
Another wholesale attempt at the ap
propriation of American trade marks In
Brazil has been discovered by the Amer
ican Manufacturers' Export Association,
It was announced yesterday. Tho articles
whose names it is charged are 'being
pirated include safety razors, beverages,
perfumes and other products usually sold
In drug stores.
It is believed the present Infringe
ments have been inspired by tho past
succees of men who attempted recently
to register more than fifty well known
trade marks of American automobile
accessories. The association has noti
fied the firms Interested of tho measures
to be taken to protect their Interests.
Business Troubles.
SCHEDULES IN BANKRUPTCY.
Schedule In bankruptcy AIM In the
United States Olatrlct Court wVe aa fol
lows: Schedules of Maxim Klectrlc Corporation,
business address not stated. jUabllttlcs,
111,143 with assets of ;,J90. .1 1
Schedules of Louis . Tafnstnsxr, dry
goods Jobber, 31 Richard strat-- Stabili
ties, 142,111; assets not stned. X
l'ETrriO.NS IN B.VNKBl)PMt. y
The fallowing- petition In 'ibBrxuptcy
waa filed Saturday In the UnltSlKstates
District Court: ,
Voluntary petition by Granatelll &
Freedman, Inc., manufacturers of feathers
and flowers, J West Twenty-sixth atreet.
Liabilities, 14,427: assets, 13,000. Shalne &
Wetnrlb. 299 Broadway, are attorneys for
the bankrupt
JUDOHKNTS FILED.
MANHATTAN
The following- Judrment were filed yes
terday, the flrtt nam bef'g that of the
debtor:
Amtos Mercantile Corporation J.
Seeman et al 1HS.57
Afenamowltz, Nathan P. Florin.. 151.0
Bishop. Abigail St. Black, Starr
& Frost '. 12,612.90
.Bowerssock, Frederick U. Cobln
Co 157.10
Blrnbaum, Harry; Morris Hers-
bach and Harry -Wetsman (La
ltos Waist Co.) Krnba Ellk
Works. Ino 1,417.19
Ooooer Bros. Co. N. T. Rhodes.
20.1 S
Croner. Bondy C. Thlel, Sr., at al.
42d fit., Jlafihattanvllla L St.
Icaolas AV. Ry. Co. M. A.
Titters, costs
Hoffman, Jane M. Perlmutter,
et al '.
Interboroug-h Rapid Transit Co.
D. Fereuson
King. Vincent C Maryland Cas
ualty Co
Lowell. Llamb & Co.. Inc. A.
llerskorltt et al., costs.......
McLairehlln, Edward F. CByrna
Mlcroutslcos, Geo, A., and fpyros
Wcroutslcos (MtcroutakoaBros.)
Smith Co., Ltd., costs
N. Y. to Derby Transportation
Co.. Inc. Ctty of N. V.
155.20
1.72
332.25
. S36.5e
2,124.93
110.45
110.09
244.17
3,911.45
Rothuell A Co. of West Virginia
a. isenn et ai
RotMnan. Jacob P. F. Roth'
3C.7IM0
nun et al
Rorhman, Jacob P. F. Rothman
Rothtteln. -Michael 3. Bsnnan..
Taylor, Roy B. Sacks & Co.,
Inc
Van (Maltzahn. Margaret O. Bur
den, coats
William K. Marks Coal Co., Inc.
Madeira. Hill A Co
Wheeler, Nathaniel It. J. Lyons..
BRONX.
112.09
149.01
110.11
713.17
141.09
2,111.52
2.112.49
Tits first cams la that of the debtor:
ADDlebaum. Aaron Fi Freedman.. -HU.S4
Brescia t.onir. a,o. sione Masons
Contra." Assn..
Friedman, Jesse A. Ooldenatal.
Kankler, -Ferdinand J. Kunkler
Kan tor, Henry U. Brandt
72.15
43.70
3H.70
34.42
SATIS FIKD JTJDOMENTS.
MANHATTAN.
The first name la that of the debtor, the
second that of the creditor, and date when
judgment was filed:
OoldbUtt, Joseph and Morris O.
Lerner; June 19, 113 1711.11
Kingston Braid Mills Inv. Man-
ley jonoton oorp.; April 7,
1929 A...
Blrnbatun, Harry: Ksris Iter
bach and Harrr Welssman
Knabe Silk Works, Ino.; April
17. 1920 ,
Colonial EVind A Stone Co., Inc.
J. O. Graham; March 20,
19-19 i
3.2IJ.J1
1.4S7.J9
110.70
f Fire Record.
A.M.
4:15 nil Broadway; Gregory a
Mclsson -. Trifling
1:40 349 W. 17th a.; Thomas He
Garvan .'....Trifling
11:10 110th st and Audubon av..
lot; unknown Nona
P. M.,
12:3099 Allen st: Jacob Rusm.... Trifling
12:35 425 W. 121th St.: Ella WaUh.Trtfllng
1:10 lild st. and Moaholu Park
war. The Bronx, lot: unknownNon
;S il WsUU t; unknown None l
REAL ESTATE NEWS,
NOTES AND GOSSIP
Material Market Hard nit ly
nail way Strlko; Bricklayers'
Laborers May Quit.
With only five out of twenty-two ma
eons' supply yards In this city open and
supplies of building materials In those
being rapidly oxhaustod because of tho
railroad strike, construction work of ull
kinds faces a week or narrowing activ
ity, according to tho Dow SerVIco Daily
Building Reports.
Tho bricklayers' laborers are scheduled
to go on strike to-day for a minimum of
51 an hour. Tho brick unioaaers anu
captains have made demands for in
creases In wages and threaten to go on
strlko unlesB thoy aro Immodlatoly nc
ceded to. In view of these conditions
tho Hudson nivcr brick manufacturers
wcro not Inclined to make hoavy ship
ments over the week end, remembering
Uielr cxperlencea In recent times when
wholo barges of bride wero cut 'adrift at
tho wharves.
Tho railroad strike has, of course, tied
up all Incoming suppllos of building ma
terials and wero it not for tho Hudson
Itiver mills coment supplies would havo
boon cut off last week. As a matter of
fact thcro are very fow cement com
panies that will take any moro busi
ness. The delivered price of this product,
which could not be quoted ao applying
to tho trado In goneral last week, wa.t
made at 53.80 a barret as the woo),
closed. This prlco represents an In
crease of 40 cents a barrel over quota
tions of April I.
When the railroads proved unable to
deliver replenishments of building ma
terials In this market distressed contrac
tors who wore faco to face with having
their Jobs 6top for wont, of supply of
basic commodities made Inducements to
building material distributers to Insure
continuation of material deliveries from
stock on hand. ' In every case all theso
bonuses wero refused, jvlth the result
that although tho supply of building ma
terials In this market Is ncaring the point
of complete exhaustion thero baa been
no skyrocketing of prices.
When tho dealers wero unable to malto
Jellverles out of their yards because of
tho strikes of tholr drivers contractors
hired enclosed moving vans, and brick,
!lmc, cement, plaster, lath and even sand
and gravel tvero delivered in caravans
of four, six and eight at the various
building sites.
Owing to tho heavy congestion of new
business and tho 'Inability to make de
liveries fast enough quotations on hollow
t;ie flreprooflng material were with
drawn In th!smarket on Friday for an
Indefinite period.
On the surface of the building material
market situation thero Is a veneer of
gloom. But It o'erliea a substratum of
confidence that out of tho present un
precedented difficulties of doing business
In tho building construction industry
there, is being created ouch a vigorous
publlo eentlment that to delay new con
struction work for reasons even approxi
mating selfish gain or indifference to the
public interest the offender will be pil
loried in terms synonymous with thoso
applied to organizations or individuals
who were not sympathetic with the coun
try -when It faced a great crisis.
Loft Building Sold.
L. & A. Plncus sold to a client of
David Blltzcr the four story loft build
ing at 143 West Fifty-first street, 25x
100, whWh tho sellers recently purchased
from tho estate of Anna A. Shea.
Charles A. Du Bols sold for the Kings
County Savings Institution to Gertrude
L Covcll tho three story twenty foot
dwelling at 529 West 150th street.
Mrs. Mary E. Fogarty cold to Dr. Ed
ward A. Dahlko a four story dwelling,
20x98.9, at! 311 West Twenty-eighth
street.
Miss Mary Monahan sold the following
dwellings: 154 West 105th street, for
Mrs. Clara L. Caecy; with Mrs. E. U
Lamlon, 131 West 103d street, for Will-
lam A. Sinclair; also with Mrs. Landon,
at 69 West Ninety-fourth street, for a
Mr. Fleming.
Penso & Elllman sold tho three story
dwelling, 19x102, at 130 East Seventy
fourth street, for L. Ottlngcr.
John F. Sutphen sold 160 West Seventy-second
street, a four story dwell
ing. 21x102.2,
The Clark estate Bold to S. IL Stone
the three four etory dwellings at 169 to
173 West Twelfth street, each 21x103,
held at 380,000.
Peaso & Elllman sold for Mrs. Law
rence IJ. Elllman and Mrs. O. Do Lancey
Coster the three story dwelling, 17x100,
at 173 East Seventieth street.
Henry M. Fitch sold for George B.
Hurd to Capt William E. Day tho four
story dwelling at 452 West 142d street,
18x100.
The three story framo house, with
brick extension, 25.6x100.8, at 118 East'
Eighty-eighth street has been sold by
Leonard F. Alt to Louis Meyer.
Ennts & Stnnott purchased from Helen
A. Titus, through James E. Barry, 321
West 100th street, a Ave story dwelling,
20x100. .
3IISCELLANE0U3 LEASES.
W. E. Dean & Co. leased for tho Rath
bono Realty Company, J. Archibald Mur-
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
REISENWEBER'S
COLUMBUa CIRCLE AND 3flST.
Table d'Hote ff-f Cn Beefsteak
DINNER coWrTIoo DINNER
Huffet Urlll-Open-All-Nlaht
S$1.15J1.25fc
0 to 9 Theatre
tf4$ett's
14th Street, near Fourth Avenue
HOTEL LUCERNE, 201 West T9tn St.
HOTXL WILLARD. 71th St. A West End ar.
INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, ETC.
EVERTDODTI Learning musical lnitru
mentsT Singing? Successfully T Course
15.0. HOUTO.N-a, 143 West 30th St.
NAVIGATION School. Mates. JU; seconds.
ISO; masters. IU: license guaranteed, writ
ten: days, OTenlnrs. Capt FENNR1CH, 11
Garden at, near Borough Halt Joralezaca.
Main 4IIJ.
PRATT
SCHOOL, 63 West 45th Street.
Secretarial training; Individual
Instruction. Day, evening.
Spanish
Care fully taught. Prnnera 8 radios,
190 Broadway; 1CI West 9th St.
$50
tis week throuzh Prof. Rnhrn.
Hairdress. Manicure, Beauty School.
Ill west ua. urcniar explains.
DANCING ACADEMIES.
SOUIt dancing unproved and self-ronfMenc
dereloped In one absolutely prlrate len,
half hour. (3; boor. 13; beginners rapidly
ticrht: ntabllshed. re DO table sutdlo. MAT
WOODS, 50 Weit nth st. Coltmbtu ItK.
If -An Elaborate Ravus 11
mi leaturintr me usst cast IH I
Twice Nightly at 7tf 8 and' 1 1 :30
ray president, 67-C9 Flront Btreet, to tho
Coston Signal Company; (II Front street,
to David Orootaii 32 South street, to 8
W. Coston A Co.; 121 Brood street, for
ten yearn for IL A. Fajon to Joseph D.
Woutaway; first loft to tho Columbian
Coffeo Company, second loft to 3. A.
Kahl A Co.; 3 Cocntlea Slip, for Samuel
Brody, first loft to C. 8. Orant & Co.,
Hccond loft to tho Bakor-Mlllor Ship
ping Company, fourth loft to Do Grouw,
Aymar & Co.. G8 Poarl street, for A.
Lapedoa to Uio Paragon Sales Corpo
ration, second floor; 281-30 Front
street, for tho Ilanman Trucking Com
pany, east store to National Smolens
Trucking Co., firwt loft to Uio Concreto
Stool Company, second loft to Charles
Mullen & Co., Inc., third loft to National
Asbestos Packing Company.
A, A. llngcman. leased etoro In 828
Sixth avenuo to Morris Kotlor; loft In
628 Sixth avenuo to Morris Monsky, and
loft In 626 Sixth avenuo to llogon &
Stern, Inc.
Duross Company leased for the Equi-
talblo Trust Company, trustee, tho four
otory houso at 318 West Fourteenth
street to Alary Ellen Hugnos; tor u.
Bloom tho four story houso at 218 West
Fourteenth stroet to Michael Murphy;
storo and basement at tho northwest
comer of Seventh avenue and Thlrtconth
street to Nicholas and Gcorgo Bacalts
for ten years; storo nnd basement nt
805 Washington street to tho Economy
Fruit Products Company, nnd store and
Jxisement nt 418 West Seventeenth street
to Hugh Keating for three years.
Croes & Brown Company leased epaco
as follows: With F. D. Vclllor In
Forty-first street and Sixth avenuo to
William M. Hewitt & Co., Inc.; In 18
West Thirty-first street to Schwartz &
Blumonsteln; In 1482 Broadway to J.
B. Mulllns & Co. and Haakel Corenthal ;
In 920 Broadway to the Lundlo Engi
neering Company; In 108 Fifth avenue
to tho International Souvenir Company,
Inc. ; in 9 East Fortieth otrcet to G. W.
Koch & Son ; store In 229 West Forty-
second street to C. S. Illcharda & Co.
of Washington; epaco In 19 Park place
to Kiholjl Iwaya; In 88 and 90 lleado
titrect to 11. Grccnblat & Son ; also space
In tho same building to Hawthorne- Drug
Specialty Company; spaco In 1851
Broadway to R. M. Owen & Co., and In
19 Park placo to H. M. Bartlett and
V. O. Boat.
F. It Trlpler & Co., haberdashers,
rented the stroot floor nt 9 nnd 11 East
Fortieth street between Madison and
Fifth nvonucs, unUl their new store, at
tho southwest corner of Forty-sixth
street and Madison avenue, tho Marlln,
Rockwell Building, la ready for oocu-
pancy.
Harrle, Vought & Co., with George It.
rtead & Cd., leased tho top floor In 84
Broad street to tho New York Oceanic
Company.
Peaso & Elllman let, furnlhcd, for
Mrs. Lorlmer Worden to Alcan Hlrech
tho thrco story eighteen foot dwelling
at 114 East Seventy-fourth street and
leased for Homer Foote offices In 7 Eaot
Forty-second street to the 'Pittsburg
Federal Oil Campony.
DEALS IN THE BR.ONX.
Leon G. Losero sold for Elizabeth A.
Hays to Abraham M. Brown tho four
story flvo family house, 857 Caldwell
av near 161st st, 20x100.
Tho Bernessdce Realty Company,
RESORTS.
Lone Island.
mm 5-s.oa PER DAY
! ForTr P,.
LOW SPRING & SUMMER RATES
K, ,0 minute from Broadway.
Glorious sunshine, delightful
?a breezes, braclnr lr,
l healthful nvlrrtnmtif
11
bi uuiaoqr sporta.
OTEL SHELBURNEo-,
1 lSltir.HTON BEACH, N. Y.
200 rooms, 75 private
baths, steam host, elec
tric lights, spacious
verandas, e v a r y
hotel convenience
and comfort
sun parlor.
Write for Booklet
DANCING.
MUSIC
New Jersey.
OPCNSJUNClStK
Golf A twenty mlnuto run
to a perfect course welcom
ing ALAMAC guests.
Address until JUNB 10TH
ALAMAC HOTEL
Atlantic City.
Atlastle City.
HOTEL
CHELSEA Occupying entire block of ocean front
In the fashionable Chelsea section
200 bedchambers with private baths
(fresh and sea water). Riga class orches
tra, cafe, grill, Ac. French chefs. Golf
BrtTlleees. Autos meet trains. Booklet,
pen all year.
J. B. THOMPSON CO.
ROYAl PALACE
mtrui BcacKTIArrnC CITY.N.JB
COMfflEKTTOWI AMUSEnEWTS
ISeaBadhs. iMnifcim.v
Capadtreoo. Open, al live Tear
- -m TS OS
t.&iJZtrtoztat,
i ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
i ArvAmfiiHcaiv. Plan. Hotel
iofDisiiiwtifmwjRealComfot
I rtaarsroot aASJLOX.
MYMOI-AnAKnccrTTl
wPRIJJS'GREATESr HOTELSUCCSS
Try CLARENDON HOTEL
Virginia Ave. near Beach, au rooms nun
hot and cold running water; private baths,
Pennsylvania.
GMENHAU
WERWBSVIUE.PA.
NOW OPEN
Dry Air. Unusual Scenery.
1,100 ft. elevation. Golf, Ten
nis, ete. Music. Bath, mas
sage, hydrlatlo department.
Jtaldent rhysletui. Garage.
Through trains from New York
via C. B. B, of N. J.
tVrota Careltaa.
AlttTU C P HIGHLAND PARK HOTEL.
HIGHLAND PA
rsini-rs iwa
J. J. SWEENEY, Manager.
Canada.
PAVADTAIT PACIFIC J1AILWAT.
FJkrcrry, GeaJagtPaM. DeptOttl Bway. ;
Bernard S. Deutsch president, .purchased 'naymond a plot BOatUB In Bard avonue.
110M11O Slmpiomatreet, two five-story Livingston, B. I., to L6u!s,C. Martin an-l
"apartments, Hxm each. leasod for the summer tho furnUM I
tMelater Builders,. Ino., sold to 8. residence of MIm Banka In Oakland avo
Cohen 1266 and 1870 Brooks avenue, be- nue, Llvlngiton, B. I., to Jaawi K.
tween 108th and 169th streot, thrco three Kellum.
story frnmo business buildings, 80x100. Moffat & Schwab sold for Julia Wll
i Hannah Strauss sold 396 East 170th eon two plots In Scribner avenuo, Statea.
street, a three family house, zsxioo, to
a client of Bernard S. Deutsch through
IC M. Goldnor, broker.
J. Clnrenco Davlea sold for Martha
ICeery to Frank Head, 609 Walton avo
nue, 200 feet north of lfiOth street a
two story dwelling, 10.8x93.
I ICurs Jb Uren sold for George Boiler to
'Thomas T. Uren 4333-4348 Martha ave
nuo, In Woodlawn Heights, six two fam
Ily framo brick filled dwellings 20x100
each,
Alexander Selkln and Samuel Hoch
stein sold for O. M, Stovens the two
family dwelling at 931 East 150th street
northeast corner Dawson street, 25x100,
Murray & Hill Company sold for J.
Schork tho flvo story apartment at 1610
Macombs road, 64xl00x80x Irregular.
Hudwlll Corporation bought tho two
family brick house at (33 Mead street,
Van Nest
BROOKLYN DEALS nEl'OATEU.
Edward J, Hogan leased for the Of-
ferman estate, represented by Georgo Waterman to John Bparior and for
t,...u rnn I-.- fv.u . Richard 8. Harvey a dwol Imr at hcenla
tho Irving National Bank for ten years
at an aggregato routal of 360,000.
Chorion Partridge sold tho four story
doublo apartment at 589 and 591 Park
place near Classon av., for Max Kail
man." F. C. Sautcr Agoncy sold tho three
story dwelling at 416 Fourth st. for Dr.
Catlln, executor, to Mr Covgrovo,
Bulkley & Horton Company rold 71
Brooklyn avenuo, a four story, eight
family apartment, 34x1(10, for M. C. Cur
tis to tho Sevcnty-ono Brooklyn Avenue
Corporation consisting of tenants who
havo purchased it on a cooperative basis.
Realty Associates sold 15 Fort Greene
place, a thrbo story dwelling, 12,6x100,
to L. Jacobus; 919 President streot a
four story dwelling, 21,4x78x95 to Anna
Lonto, through T. F. Lewis, brokor In
tho transaction'; 65 Johnson street, a
framo building, 25x100, to Michael
Qutnn; also 63 Johnson streot a frame
building, 25x100, to Margaret McCuskcr.
Klngsway Realty Corporation sold
dwellings to Michael Crcmmls In Ave
nue R, between Eighteenth and Nine
teenth strceta ; to 'Hugh C. Murray, nt
southwest cornor of Eighteenth street
and Avenuo R; to Michael Sehtansky,
at 1823 Avenuo R; to Samuol May, at
northeast corner Eighteenth street and
Avenuo R, and to Daniel E. Brown, 1730
East Eighteenth stroet.
B. J. Sforza sold for Mario Andorson
and Jennlo I. Jensen the two story two
family dwelling, 25x100, at 6119 Nine
teenth avenuo.
QUEENS TRANSACTIONS.
RIckert-Brown Realty Company sold
to E. Sonntng a twenty foot two story
dwelling in Dltmars av., between Good
rich and Merchant sta., Arlelgh, Queens.
J. Albert Johntra sold In Flushing a
dwelling, plot 25x102, at 36 Washington
st to Charles T. .Eckert for James Webb.
STATEN ISLAND SALES.
Cornelius G. Kolff sold for Daniel
ART SALES.
NOW ON EXHIBITION IN
SILO'S
Fifth Ave.
Art Galleries,
40 E.45th St.
S. W. Cor.
Vanderbilt Avo.
James P. Silo & Son, Auctioneers
THREE
IMPORTANT SALES
Oriental Rugs
Which we have kept aside from
the Estate Sales conducted
by us this season.
ALSO FItOM THE
Ida M.Ryan Estate
REMOVED FROM
SUFFERN, NEW YORK.
John Barry Ryan and Central
Union Trust Co., of New York,
Executors.
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
Sale Saturday,
Apr. 24 at 2 P. M.
Painti
ngs
ANTIQUE AND MODERN
of tho
European & American Schools
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
Sale Thursday, Apr. 22,
at 3:30 P. M., & Friday,
Apr. 23, at 2 P. M.
Books
THE rillVATE LIB It ART OF
Albert Caiman, Esq.,
Comprising Art Books and fine
Sets of Standard Authors.
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
Sale Thursday, April 22d,
at2i30 M.
SALES AT AUCTION.
Exhibition To-Day and Daily Up
to and Including Sale Days
at the Plants.
125 BLISS & OTHER PRESSES
1,000 Metal Working Machine
Tools, Motors, Uectrtcal
Equipment, Tanks, Con
veyors, Small Tools, Gen
eral Factory Equipment,
General Stores and Ma
terials, Laboratory and
Restaurant Equipment and Sup
plies, 31 Steel and Frame Build
ings, to be removed 133ft. Twin
Screw Steamer "Nassau," 400
tons gross. Capacity 750 pass.
BY ORDER OF
AMERICAN CAN COMPANY.
Liquidating their war plant ma
chinery, equipment, materials
and large quantities of surplus
machinery from their other
plants. Smith & Jaffe, Philip
Smith, Auct.
WILL SEJX BY PUBLIC AUCTION
AT GKNEVA..N. T., APRIL J7T11.
KKNIMVORTU, N. J APRIL 28TIT,
EDCKWATKB, N. J.. APRIL 28TU.
30TH AND MAY 1ST,
COMMENCING AT 11 A. 51.. EACH
DAT.
BUnDINGS AND STEAMER WILL BE
KOLD SATURDAY, MAT 1ST. AT 1
P.M. FOR FURTHER. PARTICULARS
APPLY TO AMERICAN CAN CO., 120
Broadway, N. T. C. Tel. Sector
OOOO! or . . .
SMITH tc JAFFK, Appraisers and Auc
tioneers. OS W. 45th at.. N. Y. O. Tel.
Vanderbilt 3324.
DIRECTIONS TO PLANTS:
GENEVA. N. Y. Via Lehigh Valley and
N. Y. Central RR.
KENILWORTn. N. J, Via Central RR.
of N. J. to Cranford and bus to plant.
EDGEWATER, N. J-Weehawlcen ferry
at foot Cortlandt or W. 42d St.. N. Y.,
thenca by rallaadeS street car to Hudson
Height or 120th st. ferry, thence down
River road. . . ..
Inspection and sale day, commencing
Monday, April 10th, our boat Trill leave
foot of West 05th St., Hudson Rlrer, direct
to plant.
tm
15 -
isiana, to unaries iu jiaiawin. (
STJDTJIIBAN TRANSACTIONS.
Harvey J. Gemung nnd Arthur C. Day
sold the Presgravo residence In Morris,
nvonuo, Morrlstown, N. J., to the'Revj
John E. Parmley and leased for Loul!
C. Parkor his dwelling in apccaweii ave-t
nue, Morris Plains, furnished, to Frank!
jLlsleckl,
Peaso & Elllman. representing the es
tate of W. V. 3. Thome, sold the estate
known an Thornoaks, In Normandlo
Heights, Morrlstown, N. J to T. H.
Symington. Tho property cost moi-i
than 1400,000,
JJnker Crowell, Ino., sold tho William
II. Van Nostrand estate, In tho Lalte
vllle soctlon of Great Neck, I I com
prising thirty-two acres and fronting on
Hydo Parle road, to Ernest E. Trafton.
George Howo sold tho brick dwelling
nt Loung avenuo and First stroet, Pol--
ham, New York Heights, for Auguii'
Ferry, N. T., to Goorge H. Thocsed.
Pease & Elllman soiu ror uio aieany
Realty Corporation four attractive
houses each on ten acres of land In Can- '
field road, Convent, N. J. to Henry C.
Mellon, Ray II, Dennis, Georgo F. Vic
tor and George Thompson, tenants.
S. S. Wnlstrum-Gordon & Forman sold
lii Rtdgowood,. N. J., for Marguerite;
Welti her residence, 85 Sunset avenue.,
to William R. Tier, Jr., and for Warren.
Allabough, 67 Woodslde avenuo, to Mrs.
Ruth E. Piper ; also for May Maloncy. a
now houso In Upper Boulevard to Miss
Jessie C. Gray. "
Douglas L. Eailman & Co. rented
for Mrs. A. Floyd Delafleld hor country
place of four acres at Noroton, Conn., to
It Graham Blglow, for tho season. The
same brokers have leased for Charles G.
Meyer tho estate of eight acres known
as "Tho Gablos" at Bayside, U I., tv
Mrs. C. R. Holmes. "
MARKET NEWS IN BRIEF.
It L. Julian and Miss Mary Monahan.
have withdrawn from Dwlght, Archibald
Perry s, Broadway offleo and will Jolu
tho Sharp & Co. organization at, 249S'
Broadway. '
Charles B. Van Valen, Ino., arranged
a loan of 585,000 on the remodelled ga
rage at 138 West Fifty-fourth street ,
Justice Gavegan has granted permis
sion to St Luke's Hospital to sell they
northwest corner of West Broadway and.
Murray street, 125.8x21.4, and 66 Wc;
Broadway, 4. mercantile building, to tho,
416 West21Gth Street Corporation for,
3175,000.
iSLSSiiSS'
LIST TOUR COUNTRY ESTATES WITH-
BRYAN L. KENNELLY, Inc..
COUNTRY ESTATE DEPT..
1B0 BROADWAY. IfEW YORK CITT.
EDWARD J. HOOAN,
Woolworth Building.
Real Estate -Apprnlsment.,
,..t t te niv INC., Real Estate & Ins.
WILLES RAY p,70 Lex. Av., at 71st
rrom Hatter? to 14th St.. Inclusive.
For Sale
22 Fulton St..
Four stories and. basement. Plot
UxMT Brtck? i8ultabl. ler export
hA... tnKftra house, offices, ac,
Hand hoist Building In good con-
J.-CLARENCEDAVIES,
33 rtasean si.
John ew.
WATER ST.. corner, Fulton, 100x115. FQr.
lntormalton see broker.
Above 14th1 St. to 69th St. (InclutlTeC
East River to North River, J
PRIVATE HOUSES FOR SALE
Immediate poaaaselon. Moderate prices.
E. 25th-Murray HUH a llth-Murray Hill;
E. 40th, nr. Parte av.; E. 05th, nr. Park
av.; E. 71th, nr. Park av. For complete
details.
YUAN It L. FISITEB CO.. SO E. 42d St.
Wonderful Opportunity
West 23d St. near 9th av. Two adjoining
four story private houses; good sized plot;
at ll.OoO a running foot
Brown, Wheelock Co;, Inc.,
10 East 45th St. Tel. Murray Hill 8100.,
FOR SALE 125 and 117 sth av., five story
business bulldlnr, 32x100; bargain! easy
terms. Inquire W. ft. PRICE. Inc.. 127 6th av.
UNUSUAL corner property, 14,500 square feet;'
Grand Central Terminal section; Imoedl.
ately irsllablo for high class office bulKlng.
FRANK L. FISHER CO., 60 Esat 42d. r.
OTH AV., ABOVE 42D ST. IT
Four story. S2x80; price, 143,550.
AMES Is CO., 28 WEST 31ST ST.
Above 89th St. Sth Av. to East Riref. ;'
A BARGAIN
93d St. & 3d Ace. Corner Property
5 STORY DOUBLE FLAT
WITH 3 STORES .
, DUFF & CONGER, Inc.
Madison Ave. & 86th St. Lenox 8900
: CITY HOME-
I
I rrtvate nemo East Side, CO's, ready to
Ioccupr; very desirable: beats paying rent
S. OSGOOD PELL' & CO.,
15 A-17 W. 44th. N. Y. Tel. 5MO Vnnderbitt
ANSWER. Why pay rent when you eta lite
rent free by buying 100 East 123(1. four storr,
basement btgh stoop apartment boose, corner
Park av., seven, eight rooms; terms to sulr.'
OTrX)nnE nRFTrELLK. 1.14 East 123d.iT;
A 23 foot privato residence oh wide street,
tt7,O0l rash required 17,040, LEON S.
ALTMAYER. S3 East 84th. , ,
MEN
OR
MONEY '
Those who have capi
ital to invest or those
who are in search of
capital; the employ-
ers who are looking a
for big men or em
ployes who are seek
ing above - the - aver
age positions will find
the classified "Busi
nes8 Opportunities
columns of The Sun
and New York Herald
to be censored and
very productive of results.

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