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THE 3UN AND' NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1920, is I t ; mum mm II I ill Ml I I 1 llvJ 11UUU kAl BRITISH OF PLOT Attempt to Eject Dolomites j'ioiii Scninon'H Confercnco IJrlnss Trotcat. (if.voA June 20. Tho objection raised ,( .he inierimllnnul.(ifiiimn' conference i, ie In llrltuli clclegnlfH mtolriKt the ",,.i,re In tho Oormmi deleitatlon of r its member, " Dorlnir nnd ... . . a n ..linrnMnelvnd tn.tlll ' I,, uyniann, hcntl of tho Ocrinnn h ' ...i k din nrltlsh delestttlon with. fhe connivance of l'18 French. Helglan(i0 ' i, stun aliened that DorlnK lwd been Mentllleil with the UOioat wnrfi.ro and a n'!"'" I" or vWl ,re? ?y, rei!rC; iJnteii Herman Seamen Union, but In fni'l cm mi" i .,, Tho llrltlrh delegates lind Oowinnieiit "lilWPKNPM ANH INTUItHST. 27Glh Consecutive Dividend TAII.IHI(IU Hill. The Bank of New York Xcthna' Ranking Aoctatlim New York, June l.T, IBM. The Iluaiu I" I'lirciuis nave " 1 rl,,e,l a muirteily dividend uf I'lvo per cent. ,:; "d " alra JUI,l,n'1 of Thr" ,"'r pmnlile 011 and after July I, 1 kiiultlPitt uf rreiinl nf June SI, , 'in 1 1'. ri'.ii. i" 1 lino "iirnK MIITC. .111.. i,uhlr. UNITED RETAIL STORES CORPORATION CIMIMON Hl'OCK DIVIDKNI), tii. IMinii of Dlroetorn of United 11,'lnll Hi. rn r.iriimiitlon havu llil ilay ilcclnreil , ,io. ilUlileml t "'5i tho nr.ilile um; hi, .hnii'i of the 4'onmion Mock nf all ,iik4 uf 1I1I1 eoriiornlliin, lueU ami out .laiiiims ni Hoe ot iulnen Monday, Auuint I'V'ii pmnlile n rid dlitrlhulablfl on Mon In, Aiiiimi 10. Ilisil, lo the hohlera of reeonl r.f iiihl fornnmn Hloek at close of uuilnesii ,, Augu, 1 i. Ki, at tho rats of on ihare nf Clam A (million Hlork for each and every tunny inarm of eald Common Stock of Cm pom lion luiutul npd outnlandlng at null io o( builneai. Traimftr hooki will not bo cloned. r:i:Oll(lK WATTLHY. Tieafuier. sen vork Jiiiw 11), 1020. j - CANADIAN CAR & FOUNDRY IY I COMPANY, LIMITED, MONTREAL N'otlre Ii In-iehy Klcn that 'UUlilend nf .mi hro nuartvra i'r cent. on i".i, I'nlil I'p Preference Hlork of (lie Com pitiy, for iiimiter ending June 30lh, 1020. ia born flcrlnini jmyftuiu ,111 inc ioiti uny ui July 1 nst, to Hhnreholdere of record at the ,oe of liuilneai on the 211th day of June, ,KI iiy onriKrt op 'run hoard, A. C. BOURNE, Kecretary. Vnuirejl Ma)' S'lll, IMP. EAST COAST FISHERIES PRODUCTS CO. ; Wall M., ew York, June 3 10SO. DIVIDKNI) No. 3. Tlir n.mnl of Olrecton of this Company lia " ile. laied a numturly dividend of 1 per i ,m me 1'ieferrerl Stock, payahlo July 1, I9S0 to siiftkholdfre of rcrord Juno aath, VI'.O .MAltK W. NOI1MAN. Treasurer. EAST COAST FISHERIES CO. : Hull St., New York, June J, llTCO. I IIKI KUUKI) DIVIDKNI) No. 10. ((I.MMI)N DIVIDEND No. 3. Jlir Hfiud nf tUrrclora of this Company nit itei'ared the regular (juarleriy dividend ci( i -e on the Preferred Stocl; and 1 quar nrlj ili' lili nil on tho Common Stock, pay l)! .luiv I. Kn, to stockholders of record lune ;!), 1IC0. MAIlK W. NOItMAN, Treasurer. (IIIPHIUM CIItCDIT, INC. Tlie nil,,' i iiamt'd company liai till day de Hi il ii ilivldend of fifty cnts (Mc.) a share n l,i oiiMlnndlng t'omrnoii etock and the 'i"tuml duiirti-rly dividend ot two per cent, i i o'l ii s outxtandln? preferred stock, both i M I. iii'n pna'jle July 1, 10'JO. to atockliolders f rn'onl at the eloie, of bii'lneia on June 15, "i"n I'hei ki nllt be mailed. Sioik Tinnfer Hooka will close on June 1.1, m at the clone of bualneaa on that day, ! "Ill i.opfti at 10 o'clock A. M. July 2, 'ij,l rilN.IAMIN n. KAHANE, Secretary. Noik. Juro 7. 1H2H. (OMll).NWK.I.TII l'lNANCI', COltl'OUA- TION. 100 llrnadtray. New York. rioAi.l of Directors have declared out ot 'arnliiRi for the quarter ending June 30, i'I'jo the fourleenth minrtcrly dividend on Hie Tri ferred Stock of thh Corporation, at ii.e rnte of feun Pr cent, per annum, or tt 7' pir share, payable July 13, 1920, to tncMioliler of record Juno 30, 1020. A epiclal dividend (not quarterly) ha also tieen lierlnred on the Common Stock, payable inly 13, 1920, to stockholders of record June A 11)20. Psied cv York. .Tuna 21, 1920. N. . MHItltlTT, Altant Treasurer. ommercial Exchange Bank New York, Juno 4, 1020. Th Hoard of Directors has this day de rlared a semi-annual dividend ot 10ft and an mra dividend of Bft on the capital stock ot 11-ita Hank, raabla July 1, 1020, to stock- olden of record at tho close of business June 21, 1020. OBOnCR KF.HN. Cashier. WESTINGH0USE ELECTRIC MANHFACTL'UINfi COMPANY. A Quarterly Dividend of 2 1.Q( per harei on the rrtni'KUnnn Stock lit this ompany will be paid July 13, 1020. A Dividend of 2 ($1.00 per share) on the OMMON Mock of this Company for tho nuarltr failing Jun 30, 1920, will bo paid July 31. 1920. noth Dividends are. pavahlo to Stockholders of recoid as of June 30, 1020. II. F. I1AKTZ, Treasurer. New York, June HI, 1B20. UNITED FRUIT COPIPANY DIVIDKNI NO. 81. A qusrterly dividend ot three per cent Ithrea dollais per share) on the capital rtnek of this Company has been declared, pijnble on July 15, 1920, to elockholdere ot reront At tho close of business June 10, 1020. JOHN W. DAMON, Treasurer. Big Heart Producing and Refining Co. A dividend of 2Vi (23c. per share) lias reea declated pavablo July I, 1920, to Stock holders of record at the close of business J'L.n 22. 1920. 11. HOWARD CBOnOE. Clerk. " .11'I.U'S K.IYMKK & CO. A regular quarterly dividend of two per rem (;eji upon the Common Capital Stock ef JULIUS KAYSKIl CO. has been de rlartij, pa)blo July 1. 1920, to the holders if record of ruch stock at tho close of busi ness ni June 2S, 1920. Ivideni. cheek', 1,l forvvardea by Guar-; sr.t Trunt Comoanv nf New York. C. M. HIIMION, Becretary. Till: llAN(l:u NATIONAL llA.N'K of tin ltjr of New Vork. New Vork. June 18, IH50. The lli.ard of Dlrrctom have this day de ''sreil , dividend of EIGHT PEIl OBNT., eavablo on ttnd Rfter July 1st. 1020. The 'raiufer hooks will temaln closed from June IMi, IPSO, until that I'ate. mi. n. CAm,K. Jn.. Cashier. Al.l.l:tilll'..N STKKI. & TVIIB CtlMI'ANV. .New York, June ID. 1820. The Hoard of Directors of the Allegheny steyl 4 Tube Company have this day de Jared a quarterly dividend of 2J payable July 1st. 1020. on the Pnferred Stock as of record on June 10, 1020. 'hecks will bo mailed direct to stockhold ers on July 1st. LOUIS K11.1AN. cnairman. . l 6 fiiu iik nn-, ,-". i ne rxertitlve otnees, suite ail, riaiiron i ine Hoard of Directors or tne ra 'lonal Equitable Investment Co. declared the usual dividend on preferred stock of 2 for the quarter ending June SO. 11120. and a divi dend a' the tate of $0 per annum for com- u. nncn ot record Jun - wzu. 1 .... ....... ..... . - 7.... ...x ...nts. m nr mmi uiiiK ii urn. V a r.au r ntarterly Clvldeml of J51111 tne tti.Ai.c.,- '"v; "'. i,.Vc fr it,e y(r 1321 pcy. and In Hast lir.-ng 1" ,:nlv,,r:B',Mttf Z?Z ..nV'S rtfdby FrtrSlsJI k Secre- ,rV IIal.cy Comrie to ",r",' lV "St" rVt'll'rZ . ry ot tit.tr. .tth. Capitol Albany. , . and 011c.haIt Btory rord at tiiAioVof bnVlness Jt 1 3SxU5 at Kppert .W. A. WlLU.NliHAM. fiecralar. lUf s w 1 vte they exDrewed roBret for Herman crimen a mm mini oiiiriii naiuraiicea Had ii;; n aiven in the conference Hint tiomnlty would be (mid to nil who luid Buffered through the activities, "Th Mueeilon of Dm altitude of ' Dor lug nnd Hut IndemnltlcH to bo paid by Germany to tlioac who HufrVrrd from tho war ore mtiiely ejttr.ineoUH to the pre. ent lubor conference," deulnred Dr, I,ay. niantv "Thn Urltleh deleinllon objected to Vliwl and DnnnK on tho ground that they were not the tleleiintea of the Ger man wnmrn, while wo maintain Hint both men enjoy the full confidence nf our workmen. Albert Tliomnn (tho French labor leader) ciimo to Ilerlln to arrange thin conference, nnd we, hb ii matter of cotirteay, milunltted to lilm tho names o' our delegatcn. Thomnis, wlio nalil lie wa HpeuklnK in n, u10 Urltleih Heanien" Union), objected uiiijr iu i-hui aiuucr, wno vvnn inercroro excluded, Ho did not ol'Ject to Dorlnir; "Now, however, Wilson ban brought iiHuinni coring nn nccunntinn in minui tlon vT.It n letter written lilm by (taring din-Ins the war. DorliiR did thin ss tho rcproacntntlvn of tho Central Council of tho German Seamen': organization. It wna not n personal matter, but nn ex position itH tho renult of .1 long fllncua- hIoii which had occurred In thn Central Council over n request from Wilson that the flermnn aonmen Interfere In the nub. murine warfare, "Neither florins nor the Central Cowl' ell could liavo Interfered wlh tho It- boat cnmnalgn nhy morn than llon could hnve Interfered with the lilocliude against nermany." WHEAT PRICE $2.60 IF IT YIELDS A PROFIT Wabiiin'utun. June 20.- Th 1919 Amerlran wheat crop vtiiH produced at nn tivernso cait to tho mower of J 2 13 a bushel, the Department of Agrelulture announced to-nlxht in mailing public Hh recent cost of iiroduotlon nurvcy. Tho nurvey ciWcred fourteen represnntalle illbtrlcts of tho wheat belt, nine In the winter wheat arean of KnnaB. Nebrapka nnd Missouri nnd tlvo In the eprltix wheat rcKlona of Minnesota, North nnd .South Dakota. The mirvry further revealed, tho De partment aald, that to penrdt a profit oh 80 per cent, of thu wheat produced on the farms covered by the survey the price would have to be nbout J2.G0. Dollnp wheat," once the nspirntion 0f wherft grow era, would have paid t no cost of production on only two of production on only two or mo 481 farm Included lntbe survey CI.INCIII'IEI.D COAf, COItrOKATlON. 1 Cumulntlte Treferred Stock. Tho underslgnid as Transfer Aitimt of the 7 Cumulative; Preferred Rlnklng I "unit Stock of Cllnchfleld Coal Corporation, pursuant to the provHon respectlpB said slock settlnii aside a Hlnklnn Fund aMhe rate of 2H cents per Rroes ton, hereby plves notice that there has been deposited with It. In accordance with said provision, S2 1, 130.03 available for redemption of such stock on AURiit 1, 1920, and that It will receive sealed tenders U to 3 o'clock I'. M. on July 7. 1020. for the sale lo It of such Preferred Stock at a price not exceeding 120T, of the par value thereof and the accumulated and accrued dividends thereon. TDK NRW YORK THUST COMPANY, Transfer Agent. Ity n. O. OUrtTS, Secretary. New York, June Id, 1f20 DIVIDENDS AND INTKItKST. Savings Danka. The Manhattan Savings Institution 6H-0I8 Ilroadwny, cor. Illreeker St N. Y. I38TII SKMI-ANNl'AI, DIVIDEND. The Trustees have deflated a dividend for the six months ending Juno 30. 1920, at "' FOUR PER GENT pr annum on all depnlls from $1 to $3,000 entitled thereto, payable on nnd after July 19th. HrtO. Orpoafl morfe on or Itore July inii iclll draio fnterest from July 1st, 1920. Open Mondays from 10 A. M. lo 0 30 I' M. p!Trty accounts AcenpTr.u. XMVAI.TKU C. HTOKKH, PreiliJenl. Ilenjandn flrlffen, V.-P. Artlmr Stiles, See. Metropolitan Savings Bank 1 and 3 THIRD AVE. (opp. Coupcr Institute) CHAnTKHUD 1832. 133TH DIVIDEND New York, June 8, 1920. INTEItnST FOIt TI1E1IALF YIUH HNDINO June 30, 1920, at til" late of FOUR PER CENT. PER ANNUM will be credited to the depositors entitled thereto under tho by-lawa of tho bank on sums trom 3 to $3,000. INTKREHT PAY ABLE July 20, 1920. MONEY DEPOSITED on or before July 10, 1920, will draw Intereit from July let up to $5,000. Open Monday Evenlnes from 3 to 7." Society Accounts Accepted. rtOHF.HT II. ANDREWS, Pres. FRANCIS II. MOFFET. Sec'y. HI m 5&7 Pork Place, N. Y. 137 th pnn annum. semi-. &9 payable on nnd after Jaly 19tli, 1920. Deposits made on or before .lulr 10th will draw Interest from July lt, 1920. luai vldcnd INTE1IKST PAID ON DEPOSIT FROM $5 TO $5,000 UNDER AMKNDKD IIANKIMi LAWS. H. F. Hutchinson, Trcs. I,, r. Ferrls.Secy. CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN TDK CITY OK NEW YOItK, Corner Hit Atenue and lllh Street. Interest at the rale of, FOUR (4) PER CEJMTUM per annum will be credited depositors for the six months ending June 30. 1020, on all sums entitled thereto under the Ily-Law s . not exceeding Five thousand (JWIO0) Dollars, and will be payable on and alter July 21, 'Deposits made on or before July 10, 1920, will draw Interest from July 1, 1920. IIUIinUT CILI.IS. President. A. KOITKL. Treasurer. prtOPOSALS TOIl steel, pipe, flltlnas. dies, ".vr.i. .i.iii. n,l enunters nks. bits, chisels, clamps and anvlls.-flealed proposals Kill b received at the Office of the Oencral Pur rWna: Officer. The Panama Canal. Wash InAon. D "3. until 10:30 o'clock A. M. July a i iSfj at which time they will be. opened In nubile, for furnishing tho abovS mentioned nrliclea Iilanks and Information relatlns to till" Circular (1379) may bo obtained from h s office or the offices of the Assistant l"..1' , agents. 24 State Street. New Yurk City: KOrt Common Street, New Orleans, v d nnd Kort aiason, nan r raHtmu, v.aiu. WJ!?!&XiZ3ZS?, W States.-A'. L. Flint, General Purchasing Of- Jleer June 1.-,. 11)20. Offico Bupervlsln Chief Engineer. V. 8. rubllc Buildings New York. N. Y.. 7ai rustwii House. pRALED PROTOSAUS will be relvd at this office until 2 V. St. June 2.1. 1920. and then opened, for Altera tions and l'lmiibln for Minor Testing Labo ratory In Iloom 511 of U, 3. Court House. Kevtf York, ., m Bti-oniuii,- win, biiiii- firattons which n.ay ba obtained at this office. ALFRED nrtOOKS PltY. aimerv I'lng unlet engineer. fiPVifTS of the Quartermaster uenerai, rinihlnit Eaulpaga Division. Munitions Titiiiatni. Washington, I). C.-Sealed pro- iToVals will be received In duplicate nera un til 11 A. M. July 12th. 1020. for furnishing . ".. .... nr iihi van. oi sues a. u. ) information ,m iniufi ' nwicn of the Quartermaster i,enerai, rinthlns: and Equipment Division, Munitions ItSdlne ?Vwhlngton. D. C.-8eale,t pro roVili In duplicate will be received here unt "P M.. July 12. 1020. for furnlshlnB all a'ny nart of 10,000 yards canvas pnddlns. liVtc or linen. Information on request. 'MEXICAN PRESIDENT lUUillvilll I XUUllfUl X HAS LIBERAL POLICY Tells Correspondents Oil Nit tlonnllzntlon Clause Ts ' Not. Hot rone live. Mkxico CiTr, June 20. Mexican petroleum laws Imneil upon Article 27 of the constitution, nntlonallrlnc do poslta of oil, which fcrtlclo tvlll bo Inter-preU-d llbornlly, will not bo retroactive, declared Adolfo do la Huerta, I'rovl alonal 1'rcsldent, to forclirn correaiwn tlcnta. Tho policy of friendship townrd fnrclun tuition, especially tho United Btfttos, together with the assumption of all legally conlrut'ted debta of tho Mex ican Jtcpubllc, la a part of the Provl alonnl Prealitcnl'H proKrumme. Asked iipi't'lflcnlly what he meant by "debta legnlty contracted," tho ('real dent replied IntiRhlntfly : "I'lcaso do not ronfuao mo with th" former 1'rcaldent (Vlctorlnno lluciia), allhgiigh our namoH nrc nimost tiiikc." With regard to a Mexican foreign loan, he ovndod the Ihsuo by declaring: "ThcHo convcraatlon.H with foreign Jour nallat.t arc Ihu Ilrat ateps which have been taken In this direction." ".Mexico fiicc-H two problems at ptcs ent," ho continued, "(Iicho nro tho econ omic and tnllltniy pinblcni.i. Mt'xlro la more completely pacified now than dm' ing tho tlnm of I'm III In Diaz. Villa, whose atatua Is that of a tncio bandit, h not ii inllllniy problem." Aalted ivgunlhiB tenHorshlp of iicwa deaimlrhe.i, the 1'rcaldent declared ho had not boon aware a cenpomhlp existed. Turning to hl chief uf Muff, Col. Ita mh'c)!, ho ordered (hat the cencorahlp b nbollihvil linmcilliitely. Ife explained thn I'Ctiaora probably neie ftncra front the foiini'!' mlmlnlftintlon. With Kgard In the ndmlulHtfiiilon's policy timntd the banltH, I)e la Huerta said every iinHatnncn and guarantee would ba given private banking enter priser!, but that the Ooveinment would .establlah a national bank with tho .nle privilege of Ifsul'ig fecurcd paper cur rency. Thn name enlightened nttltudp townrd hanking would be immuned n had been nBHiuncrt toward the petroleum Interest, he tatetl. the Oovernment making nn effort to meet them half way In order to gain tho friendship and re spect of the nntlonH and take Ha right ful placo wllh the civilized govcrnmenta The President wan questioned regard ing Uiu reported treaty negotiated be tween Japan and tho t'arrnnza Oov ernment. "Among the Oovernmont archives," be said In reply, "1 have not encountered Bueh it document. You say a Japanese ship landed arms ut Mnn zanlllo for ("arrnnza. Perhaps, If thnt Is true, they wco Intended for the subjugation of the .Statu of Konora." After an unusually sveio croisllre of questions the President himself turned Interrogator, naklng newly arrived Amer ican correspondents who 'would be the Democratic choice at Kan Francisco. These correspondents, however, pleaded lack of prophetic powers, stating that nil tho "advance dope might be upset as It wan at the Hepubllcan Convention." ENLARGED BANK OPENS. Mechnnlc'K mill Alrtnla mid l'roil- ucc UzoliuiiKe Are Slcrtrril, Tho merger of tho Mechanics and Met.ils National Hank and the. New York Produce Exchange National Hank, ratified by the atockholtlers of tho two institutions on June lS, hns been ap proved by the Comptroller of the Cur rency arid Is effective beginning to-day. Tho consolidated Institutions will operate under tho name of the Mechnnlcs,and Metals National Bank of the City o. New York. The merger gives the enlarged bank nine branches in Manhnttnn in addition to Its main otllce In 20 Nassau street. Its combined capital, surplus and profits approximate. $25,000,000 and Its deposits exceed 1200,000,000. The following, formerly directors of the New York ProduceA Exchange Na tional Hank, have been elected to tho board of the enlarged bank: John E. Berwlnd, William II. Chllds, Walter C. Hubbard nnd Ambrose G. Todd. Gates W. McGarrah, president of the Mechanics and Metals National Dank, has been also president of the New j York Produce Exchange National Bank, INCREASED RATES ON bSAND CALLED UNFAIR Producers Say They Are Al ready Burdensome. Building activities In tho metropolitan cltleB nnd largo towns ot the country will be badly handicapped by the pro posed Increase In freight rates on sand and gravel and the "rationing" of freight cars to the coal mines only. A protest that now Is not the time to hinder building operations, with thou sands of houses urgently needed In everv locality, was made to the Interstate Commerce Commission by,the advisory council of tho .National Sand and Gravel Association during a week's convention In Washington. The sand and gravel producers agree that the railroads need moro money, but. they oppose the vropfoal of the roads to make a blanket Increase In rates with out regard to classes or commodities, Tho contention Is that the rates on sand nnu gravel are airruuy uuiuniruuit , its to namper ounuinR. It Is pointed out thnt regardless ot the grave shortage In housing facilities . In the cities and towns, brought about rby the prohibition of building during the war, uuuaers nre waning tor tne towering of prices before nttemptiniTTb meet this need. Present freight rates on rand and gravel, tho basic building ma terials, are approximately the equivalent of the cost of these raw materials at the point of production. An additional 30 per cent, freight rate Increase will brine the cost of these, materials to the point where the builders will not want to purchase them and not only will the public demand for bouses go unfilled. but thousands 'of workmen will bo thrown out of employment. JEyAUK atAUKKT ItUPOHTS. As a site for a 11,000,000 mosque the Salaam Temple, Mystic Shrine, bought from the Packard Motor Company of New York the property at 1020 to 1024 Broad street through to 71 to 79 Or chard street. Newark, N. .1., fronting J 116 feet on Hroatl street, 130 reet on Orchard street, with a depth of 39G feet. The parcel contains 47,000 'square feet and was valued at J17G.000. The new Building will be four stories In height and will contain an auditorium to ac commodate 4,000 persons. The second and third floors ore to bo used as re ception and meeting rooms for the Ma sonic bodies of the Salaam Temple. Eelst & Feist, Inc., negotiated the trans action. Louis Schleslnger, Iru;., sold In New ark. N. J for the Oraton Investment Company to Antonio Navlllo. 243 to 2471,4 High street. . three two story dwellings, 64x100; nlso 11 White Ter race, a two and one-half story dwelling, 40x90, for H. Theodore Sorg to Aaron Broder; for Mrs. Ethel La ment, 194 Clinton avenue through to 135 Brunswick street, a three story dwelling. 30x153.7, and 20 arid 20'.J Thomas street, two two story frame dwellings, 30.6x94.3. for John It. Jan.. r .Mr- fir Cuner .f. Mnler ., . frame dwell-1 atreet. 1 i REAL ESTATE HEWS, I NOTES AND GOSSIP Uncertain Con! Supply Hctimls Tinnj'ovcnicnt in Huildlnf? Mntci-inl Field. Inmprovement, alow nnd gradual, In tho receipt of building mntorlals In va rious sections of tho metropolitan dln trlct was offset nt tho week-end by com- Slcntlons In tho mnlter of t'oal supply " mills, lillns and fctorle, according lo tho Daw Hcntce Datlu DuiUllna lie part a to-day. Ono largo hollow tlln manufacturing company operating plants In New Jersey rported being compelled lo pay $1! a Ion for spot coal, although it has con tracts for coal supply nt tho mines run ning at ?4, $5 nnd $G a ton, This In tnnre may bo repented many limes, even to the point of some mills being obliged to closo because they cannot obtain fuel In Milllflcnt quantities to keep operating. In consequeiico of this development In the building mnterinl manufacturing field, the prices ut ninny Important roiitmodltlc were reported nt higher ltvels. Portland cement advanced from SI.50 n barrel to $4.80, delivered In New ork; Hydrate finishing lime advanced 12, to .12 a ton, In cloth, and $2 a ton In paper. Common hydrnto llmo also moved up $2, to $2H n ton, in cloth, and 21! In paper. I.nth mortar Is now $19 a ton, brick mortar at $19. and ncnt mortar Is now $2" a ton Plaster hoards, In 8 rtiunre fcnn units, Imvo :ilro advanced, tho new prices being 33 cents for quarter Inch, 3f cents for thieo-elghtha Inch, ii cents for one-half Inch and 45 cents for one-halt Inch plaster hoards, In 9 rquare fool units. Ailvnncc In Price of (irnvrl. The price of gravel, both three-quarter and one and one-half Inch, has been advanced' from $3.50 to $4.25 a cubic j aril. No announcement has been made so far in tho prlco of sand nnd crushed (.tone, hut It Is assumed that by the first of the month proportionate advances will have been announced In these concrete Ingredients. The price of Hudson common brick remains steady nnd exceedingly firm, at $25 a thousand, wholesale, dock, New Yorlt, with tho usual uddltlonal charges for handling, hauling and 15 per cent, for delivery. Bhlpments nrc lighter from the kilns to the city on account ot the disposition of manufacturers to take ad vantage of every good drying day In the manufacture of brick with the moderate quantity of labor available for manu facturing this commodity. Lumber prices are strictly nominal, with some lines crowding the present levels. Some lath Is coming Into the market, but arrivals represent goods that were ordered last year or early this year Itollef in House Fnniln Itrmolr. Car shortage and lack otcoal are slowing down construction to such an extent that public ofllclals have taken the matter up for the purpose of effoct Ing corrective measures. Evidence com plied by Charles L. Eldlltz has revealed why tho housing movement has como to a halt nnd why, with continued addi tion to manufacturing and distributing ovethcad the chances for early relief from the housing shortage will bo In creasingly remote. One hundred dollars expended for various building items In 1914 will buy under the latest phase ot the building material markets. In the way ot mate rial nnd equipment for the erection of! the home, such a comparatively small quantity of goods that prospective build ers are cancelling orders right and left. J MANHATTAN SinAITV DEALS. A. A, Hageman bought from II. Jlen gcl the four utory building, 20x93.0, at f6 West Thirty-seventh street. M. II. Galllard & Co. sold to Bins & Ring, owners of .the Bercsford Hotel, the adjoining property, 19x100, nt fi West Eighty-second street. This gives the purchasers a frontage of 139 feet on Elghty-secoTid street. Stanley Wolfson resold for Horry Bownnn 110 West Eighty-eighth street a three story dwelling, 1(5x100, between Columbus and Amsterdam nvtnues The bouse will be altered and occupied by the bu er. MISCni.I-ANEOtIS MUSKS. Tankoos, Smith & ,Co. leased for the United Stales Healty and Improvement Company a portion of the seventh floor In 111 Broadway to Theodore Revllllon & Co., Inc., for about $7 a square foot. Douglas Gibbons & Co. were associate brokers. Payson Mcl Merrill Company have leased street store In 7 East Korty-fourth street to the Keep Shirt Company. J. Edgar Leaycraft & Co leased stores as follows: In 524 Third avenue, to .T. J. Siege, clothier; In 705 Third avenue, to .Julius Irfvy, nnd In 110 Third nvenue, to Brown & Co., photographers; film in 701 Eighth nventle, lo Jnnlcl: & Golde. electrical supplies. Orvprge W. Sasse leased the three story dwellings at 257, 259 and 2S1 West 113th (.troet to a Mrs. Kotherham ; for the 'es- ,at(1 ot KIabcth G. Hantsche. stores nml l)UTOment (n 2100 and 2102 Eighth nvpnue . for August Wobrmnn, sjore and basement in 2061 Eighth avcnucT-for Mrs. Sophle-Krebs, itore and basement In 2S59 Eighth avenue, nnd for Abra ham King to the Sheffield' Enrm Com pany, store and basement In 2072 Eighth avenue. Pnyson McL. Merrill Company loosed duplex apartment In 925 I'atl, avenue to llcnrv Bruere, apartments In 57 West I'lfty-third'Street to Miss Mary I'orter fleld and Miss Helen Martin nnd an apartment in'133 West Fifty-sixth street to William II. Draplcr, Jr. Douglas U Elllmnn & Co. leasd np'irt rrents as follows: In 64 East Fifty-fifth street to Melville A. Stern. In 43 East Sixty-second street lo B. R. Clark and In 140 West Fifty-fifth street iT tieorgo N. Boyd; In .19 East Sixty -first rtreet to Mrs. M. 11. C'owell ttnd n duplex apart ment In 12S East Ninety-fourth street to Miss S. II. Barclay and Mrs. W. S. Junken ; for the Century Leasing Com pany In 59 East Fifty-fourth street to Herbert S. Dunscomb. J. Edgar Leaycraft leased the dwell ing at 304 West Twenty-seventh street to William H. Bird. Cross & Brown Company leased store nml baitement In Broadway and Sixty sixth street to McKarlan Motors Com pany. A. A. Haseman has leased from the estate of Sophia C. Hull" the building nt 34 West Thirty-sixth street for twenty one years. He will alter the building into a store nnd lofts. MAHKI.T XEWS lUlEVITJRS. Char.e, Wynne prcal.lent of tho 225 hT'oomTCNNIS, nsHI.VOXtOTOH: Central Pari: West Corporation, was INC. boatlno, DANCINri. open 4UNE ia associated with Louis U. Low, treasurer, ' UNrilETENTIOUB. ATTRACTlVK. In Ihc purchase of the twelve atory, ,m,,Te!' .. apartment house at 310 -Wrat Klshty-'.. ?f ABi?cSk Ir Of?". 3PUH TrTvi:l alxth street from tho Terra Healty Com-I" Tl nuRKAU. 4-3 i'lTOI avJ A EL p.my. recently reported. , ; teu VAKDERIIILT 174. Georire XV. Sas.-c has placed a mort- V ' pare cf ?20,000 at 6 per cent, for three ' Terniont. .jearc f "" l.nnt'i my rne Jira Aiieuctlnn Till; at. o fo- ihirlc." K Hat- i imin a lean of 113,000 nt 6 mr cent - . . ... . for tince years on .uj west 115th eU-eet. , H0TEL8 AND RESTAURAH.TB. 'Miimii Town ;laiailMlinaBIBBaiiaiia HIC ' great Wmmni ftott J18 West 57th direct and 10? lo 121 Wei! SStli St 1)srmlo Apartments ot tiro, thrm, fo'ir and ftvo roam uit Jfj.'il .'I 11 II ( er ir Mason, to data from October I or sooner if antral. .i li advisable to ntako your leases treat Northern Itestauraiit. FACING BEAUTIFUL CENTRAL PARK ' Rote! notberland' 5th Avo. at 59th Streot NMV YORK'K MOST SIH'EIIB MH'ATID.I rsrnilna Apsrtments of two, three, lour and lire roonn n lit ,ff)-s rv Itui "i r II r esr rr season, to data from October 1 or sojnor If irtwrj I, Kewl decorated md rofurnlsliod throughout. Ith mtvlil'n to' links yojt lrii cow, MiTIIKHI.A.MI ItF.hl AlUtANT. HICIIKST t.XiSI. P.iuaj I'lm .Uill. fl tf" rn.v-.ur M (MB THE WINIIB GARDEN &iodiy at SO It KEEGAN EDWARDS g tfi'ivi of Syis.cp4t.vd Melody hois (iejtei.li none j lit) I Sl"i J I ' SHELBURNE GIRl op An Ulaborats Production. TWICK MOIITI.V AT 71.10 Ii 11:30. I.lent. .1. TIM HltYMN'S Faniaas "lll.-vck llslll" Jan Hand. Dancing Aft'n'iiE & Evfts. HOTEL SHELBURNE ivnn Pnrliirnr. Ilrlchton Uracil, N.V. HOTEL LDCEItNE, 201 West 7!llli 8t. HOTEL WILLAItD. 7(lth st. 4 West End at, Kit rope. Paris, 9 Rue tie Paratlii. PARADIS-HOTEL Modern Comfort INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, ETC. BOOKKEEPING Complete Course 1XA months By the "BROAKER METHOp" Xo Test nooks No Home Woik tpeclal Rummer Itnte Public demand necessitates opening Special Summer Class which will convene Monday, Wednesday and Friday even ings, 6 to S I' M . commencing JUNE 28TH An Intensive. IMtACTICAi, training designed for busy bus iness people. Enrollment lim ited. Call for particulars. Open evenings. FRANK BROAKER Public Accountant and Aud'tor Ci riFTII AVEXliU, NEW OI!K Tel. Stuuvesant f.H. QrjiTT st'HOOI., 03 Wet l."th street.1 f flfl I I Secretarial training; Indlvldita1 1 lini 1 instruction Suin.iier Sesvlon. 1 ART SALES', SALEXCOMMENCES Tomcrrow (Tucday) and Three following days at 2 P. M. in SILO'S Fifth Ave. Art Galleries 40 E. 45th St. S. W. Cor. Vnnclerbilt Ave. James r. Silo A Son, Auctioneers CLOSING SALE OF THE SEASON CLEARING ALL CONSIGNMENTS Complete Furnishings From Many Homes Including Many Interesting Antique Italian Piocoi NOW ON EXHIBITION SLES AT AUCTION. 1S90 By Smith s Knickerbocker sales noosts. INC., fj'i evrnth Ave at .".Cit St. C. E. SMITH, Auctioneer. I'lioue Circle 3M-r,r., 1U2H I.MrtlKTAN'T SAI.K AXNOr.(T.lIE.NT To-morrow. TUESDAY, nlso Wi:iKSl)AY", Jl'NE 22 AND S3, at 11 O'CLOCK. ntthe large roldence 157 WEST 72D STREET By irder of a. m. iuiMi'iinir.H THH ANTIQUE AND MODEHN Ft'rtNISH INCH OF ABOVn KIVH STOItY P.KS1 DENCH. PETA1LR TO-MOItltOW. RESORTS, THE IDEAL TOUR ; 1.000 miles through New Kncland's scenl-1 wor.derlnnd. iioute hook and .Man nn appli cation, llfO Broadway, N. Y or Hotel El ton, Waterbury, Conn. N'evr Hampshire. PINE GROVE SPRSNGS vernllm Rooks: "Th-. C.reen Itoj,. slns .f Wrmnnt.-' Lakes of UV.iern vnn!it," ''Lakes of EaiurnVirmo.it.", an,, imarmiir linn. "wimnu. ,,, ,n veimont." Writ- Vermont) fUUUCITX UU11EAU, MOOTPEUEIt, VT. I L . W AfTRTOIOTt 15, ill HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. House Club 71 Central Park West NEW ORK'S Neweit Exclusive) HOTEL Uellfhthilly located ovrrlnuklnc tlis I'trlt. Transient and I'rrmauant, looms tlus.1 and oi suits. EXCELLENT CUISINE I.OUIS J, H()l'NSKI.OT, Munaior rnrmcriy or ivirvsi. sn 'vm,.ii Istn now, Highest Clan. Tlmns ClrcU 111V RESORTS. t'oniieclirut. ELMAY HOUSE Wcodmont-on-tho-Sound Connecticut Rc-cpst.s June,2lit An I.I. ill ruot to mifiiJ a vaiatlon 1 ..-u ( 1 n, I looms. swtcloiM veintiilai o,uiiuol.ti tlio water, city i'onv,'nli'HCi'. Plenty , f fus! vepi tiiliU's and s. a ri"i. uoniv mailt imuit, pu'.tik-, etr. Ilonllnq, brttlilnE, flshlns. Keanlioro and countiv combined, l.lniltc.i nutnbei' ot nuests. Clirl-tlan' only, liooklet. LAIIKIN ifot'HE" at IVit Trumbull Itineh. Ml iifMtit. rnnn - brintlnir. bathlns: and fl lug; eplendlil ronnis, host home cnnMng leoaunahle rate? Address Mrs. ED ECO HUT. Lnrkln House, .illiroiu, conn. Massaehunelts. III.At'K ItOPIC HOt'SU. No, Coliasset. Mats, Catering eicltislvelv lo the very best. Itaoklrl. New York. Paul Smith's Hotel AlUltONDACK MOUNTAIN'S All rooms with prlvntn bath, telephon-. utiam heat, electric elevator. Anietlenn an Euiopean service, flolf, music, dancing, battling, boatlns fl'hlng. Coinplelely fuinlslml cottages anil nearby housekeeping mps along tho Ht Hegl thnln of Lakes. Excellent Statu Auto 'linkways In all ill rertlons. w Paul Smith's hotel Company. PAt'I. SMITH'S, N. Y SI. T. Wlielan. Mr. ,j0NDACKS LAKE PLACID, N. Y. OPENS Jl'NK 2ITI1. Extensively Improved, finest clictiual uiulpment. runnluc watct nilvatt Imthroomi, elevator. Orchestra Dancing. I'l HNISHKI) COTTAGES I'OK UKNT, All out nf door Adlrr111dm.lt diversions, fjlrculni M. II. MAItSHAl.L. Mrr., Lake riaeld, V V " UlfED STATES HOTEL SAIIATOCA lUTllNdS, N V. I.EI.VNI) STEIiltV. Of the Itreakcrs, 1'nlm I'.eath. NEW MOUNTAIN INN ( "The Himiniw Itejiiit lilial " llungr.ilan cuiiiu'. Apply for bonklei. 1'nlltzer .V l'1-rbbelii. Props., Pine Hill, N. All.ntle (lt.v. 4th of JULY SPECIAL r9,o 55 Kin-opran 1'I.in Safurtl.-iy I r(ifi n-I ArkiiiMi Kirr. Oiyritj idO. On Mock I fiom Atillion Dollar Pir, 7!rilin- dr yoi $nA tl ltlt I Ing Iw clt, V Hal It Ii(ii4iai tvilti ilmwrr for iirf l)tbrr ' I'mtie iy)tlracb. I'ntf nre j.offbt ntball ropin If Ire. lip.bfiant ntitimi; wnter in room. !'riitf lvitk Ortheflfsi ml Jinrinp. Amrnctit ptin tt npdiilj-; ( i . u)rklv. I'dntftfBh pbn JI.50 up lily, Mrr (.root miki PALACE i Ll6u HOTFXutoCOTTAGES.-a .fAthoDcacK. ATLANTIC ClTY.N.Jl CONVENIENT TO ALL AKUSEMENTS SeaBalhs. Dreuutchcn.Orchwtva Capacity 600. Open, all lha fear XymanJ.nbtroasjSetytAS I ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. of DislmctitmandRcalComfirt j rmisprtoop OARACS. I COIKTESY tH'AI.ITY PIlttYICi: HOTEL KENTUCKY KENTUCKY AV.. NHAR URACIL I American I'lnn S.I to SI illy., S17.50 np wklj. I'opuiar liurort-fvii itaies, Elevator, electric llslits, telepliono evtrr room, running water In rooms, private baths. Phone mil! I! N. 11. KHN'NADV. RAYMORE. ATUKnccnri TORIDS GREATEST IIOTELSlXXtSS i HTEL BOTHWELL VlltlnU Ave., eKond house from Doardnralk ajiu steel i ier. livery nppointmeni llth atandaid In culslno rcrvlce. Booklet. Ijike llopntconc, . .1. BE B ALAMAG 1N.THE MOUNTAINS Mr AHU.NCTO.N N. I ON LAKE HOPATCONG NOW OPEN Cell Fi'ldsg Ercrs It.ctetuon I'A 51 ED LlTZCELLAtl CAFE Netresl Monarsia lleil.tl 11 Now Yolk 5IACK LATZ CO. m LAUREL- 'n-the-PINES LAKEWCOD, ft. J. OPEN THE YEAR 'ROUND Fresh-water bath- in, golf, tennis, canoe ing, fishing, music nnd dancing nre a few of the r.ttractlons that make I r.Itcvood the rc:?r r of the discriminating. l.akemood. N. .1. r REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. By j CONANT & OFFICE IOWKLL, FOUR WINDS FARM PETERBOROUGH, NEW HAMPSHIRE I linrohv tilmlcn tn Immodlatf dlsnnvil rav Knur Wind Farm oitate. tint off i the "Old Dublin Road" at rotcrbdrotigh, an us compictcnoM arm re.iumon lor occupancy ana mo jrce irom encum- , branc to whomsoever will hid the moit therefor at absolute auction sale and comply with tho Termi and Condition j of Sale, It is one of tho finest and moit substantial and attractive of the higher clavi of summer estates, it comprise! n manor homo at eleven hundred nnd fifty feet elevation furnished, a act of farm I j building j furnished, a complete set i miplementi nnd dairy titemils, two lunuireu and ecvcnty-flvo acres oi whicn M In one lot with tho buildings anil forty-two acres of which it in timber land, has a location unsurpassed in tho Peterborough-Dublin district, and commands a wonderful view of Mount Monadnock and tho wide range of surrounding mountains and hills and other summer estate. Tho sale will take nlaco uoon tho nremise3 at tho manor house) j at tho top of the hill rogardlsw of any ine .luiti day of June, lU-U, tipginniiiit vory promptly at two o clock in tne after noon (daylight paving time). An illustrated nnd descriptive cataloguo of thli istatc may be had upon application at the offico of the auctioneers whs'-i all inquiriuj miat be made. EDWARD BURNETT. RESORTS. Ashiirr I'ark. NOIU'll AHUUIIY 1'AHK, WW "its Avr.-rine eleellon fiunli'hcd rooms; private family; select 111 lElilioihijod , lonvrnlent t benih. COITIjAN. Tin: tui:visan.-ii:ai, nntni, s. .1. i:ur. Am. I'lnn. with bath. Adjacent to all .tniuseitients: r'asouahi", llxr. tablu, rrnns;lvanl.i. Mil FflRI) (HTKN OI' Itr.sOH'CH. 1 K f KJ l U ,.,K1! COVNTV, I'A. Cuniula, Chatrnu rriulrnnr, on Ilelslits of Old Que, hec. Canadian raelfle Hotels, 1:11 llay,N.Y. L A.'VAlTi A N T-ALlllL' ltAII.IVAl, V.U.IVlT, lieu. Alt. .Tuk.. lltl..lfJI lie,. SUMMER CAMFS, r,n rnrlalin fnrlioys Haulier's l.uke. tamp t-aanuo ,. Nlm, TPUa f01 Juno Illtli to Hejii. lt. Per booklet, vv rlto John .iiloc.ile. "OS lluil.iou St , Itolmln n.N.J. PINE IRtt MMf ruRlilr(LV7"!,'",f.lfim :; York. Miss ULANCIIK ritlCE, 0I V Hi'hool 1-atie,r,hlladelphliv.l,a. CITY REAL ESTATE. '.1ST VOril COI'S'TRY i:sTATKM WITH BRYAN L. KENNELLY, Inc. (OVNTHY itati; DKI'T., 1"KI IlltOAIIWAY. M!W YOItK ITY. JII.LES KAY IM Ileul Kslate In,, V.'.l l.ei. Ai.. at list ht. AllMSTItOMi ltAli.NWi:i.I. CO., n llniad st. mil llivnnver. I'DH AIM) J. HIIOAN, WiHilv.urtli llulldliis. Ilrnl I'Mntc Insuriinre rriiin I'.attrrj to lllli St., tmluslie. WAREHOUSE Coiner, inoiictn UallRht liulldlns iwr I'h in. In peifvct i iiiidllinii. rt'paialt rt-incl'lnj rnnms, elevator. Will fell nt h.i'i'. 1'tenl for mue an'lie. C"tu. S. 0S.G00D PELL & CO. Tl. CC1U Vnnilrrjllt. 11 Went lltli'Ut Mmre llth ft. In rDt!i St. (Inclusive). I.'.l.t Itlver In North It I, it. TKXSSIM'ANU .ONI!. I T. A. & J. J. FOGARTY r.M7.14l)W.aatli't. ireele U)!. Above .V.lb St. Uli Av. to Hast Itlver. EAST 61 ST ST., $20,500. ITxHO ft., 4 story nnd bnicniint. mar Third, ritAMK I.. riBIlKIt CO., SO Han st. Yasitlnslnii Heights, Above l'.'.ltli SI., West of 8th Av. IIKT buy on Wn 'tilnctnn llekhts, ' story. .'i1 rnmllv, II ft. frtin'; elei trie lliln , rents 1 u.f no - prlri' .W,(K art qulrkl, SI.AWHON A IIOtir.H, 103 YVest 72d l. tinriiiicii, of llninklj ii Kjle or ItcnU ItAY ItllHIH IIAItflAINH. I' i,-;an.!l". hiljk, 0:1 111111 it.: s minutes' H alk tu Itli nvriiuJ .'ubva.v; 1 roomn and : t'Htns. not air lu-a rinc ciloihi. T,io-fan,lly, In I"!;, on 5tlr St.; ,"i minutes' alk to -ll'i ave,iui - ilnvay; HI rooms and ; tatiis. 1'iico jn.Oiio, l:inutlful inw-fa;iilly lapertry lulck. with aia?i" N rooms and 2 baths; on Marine u., niar n;th t . all the latest lmprove iii'iita. Price ttS.'nn. JOHN I). KCHHOH Kit, 2(1 Court st , tlroDl;ln. I'hone S337 MANHATTAN BEACH. Pur yalis ot rent, bt-autUul uln room lioui a. parnKo rtcviitly t.oniD!ctutl, 3 Amherst ., Mnnl.ti'trui Jtiflfli. SUcm lunt, paiqut ftnor' throuliout; best coiTstrinUoni ftll Ut fmprovchientn $ 000 rasli huy came, balance on terms to null: Immoillute poifD Itn. Open mr In 'poet Ion. Apply J II, intmeJTj, M Ohanilrv:t ct , Xpu Vork. 'turr Worth 111. or Coney .tfUtid Hi.rnuRh of lttM'in S.ilf nr Kent. GREAT HOUSE BARGAIN S.inO bu.vs brnu' If ill $HI. WO Imii'e fore. o-t'il site fine rurioitnnlnss: near station; I'alf 1 1111 1 1 Manhattan, large plot; nldc boule vard; patmietry, opii flieplner. tiled bath, tiled kitchen, artlitlf derorntlons: $2,0i) ,.i li: ia-:' airnts; mvc hiokerair,'. Telsphonc OyNER, 6515 Holiis. REAL ESTATE OUT OF WTY. I.onir Nlaiul ate or licnt. Water Front Estate Bargain On mmm Bay; 35 mm. from N. Y. Nine tn ten acres: 1." room house. Barn, srarages, wonderful trees, orchard. Elegantly fuinMied; Immediate, possession, I'rll A Tibhlts. Mi Stll nv. New .lerscj Knle or Rent. WEST END, NRW JERSEY 81 CEDAR AVENtlE. Tarsc Cottage containing i.'i rooms, three bath rooms, Earaje, atablt. surioundetl by beautiful Eiounde, partly fiirnl.ihed, for rent or sale, very reasonable. Immediate iiosses. slon. II. M. WEIL CO, ;at WEHT 3.1 D KT TELEPHONE (lltEELEV lV.n. ENGLEW00D 'M.aV H. V.'fKerby & Co.. I rglcir cd, in. J MONTCLAIR Nf V5"ci'.1ui,I F. M. CltA LEY A UKOS.. R. E. Brokers. Opp. I.sckswiiina Ivrmlas. N'evr Knslnnd Sale or Kent. t f.KK front proierty for sale, Ncvv Hamp shire, estate nf 71 neres, on beautiful lake; Improved buildlncs, large boalhou.e, fine pine viooil, cut wood und leei prlreil at Sti.000 for enkh nle.I'!4 Hnn-llerald. SUMMER RESIDENCES TO IJET. CAL1F0RMA BUNGALOWS AT NEP0NS1T, L. 1. PltirEI 5030 vv. NEW rt'RNIRHEH bungaloivs for rent at Neponslt. L. L; lare plot of uroutld. C rooms, tnvtb. separata shower. Apply Nepon3lt av., comer 1J7th St.. r minutes' fide from Rock away Park Station, via trolley, or lirnoklyn offbi". I SI lleniseii st; phone Main 1673. BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. From Ilatlery lo llth ht Inrluvlvr. 10,000 Sq. Ft. ti atory nml baxn:nt( luavy floor rapacity, flevaior, nultable for garage. $3,.VJO. 151 Naiaii St. Utkinan 9110. NIELSEN Above llth st. to 50th st. (Inclusive) East Itlver lu Nnrlli River. OFFICES" Can obtain very attractlvi space for executive offices at considerably below market price. Quick action necessary. C n. A D.ll S. iV Tel.MlO .VMM. u.guuu i vu a v,u, 11 W. 41th M. BUltDINGS FOR LEASE. Hueral centrally ocnieil P'opertiea Kltlfatit for hii.tnesl and Mirrni.'lit nil-. pines. Lease or nM rental for si year., !KA'K L. ilSlIEIt CO., 64 E, 4Iod St, J HEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. CO. - - Auctioneers MASSACHUSETTS . New Hnmpihlrc ai it stands today tn 1 of farming equipment nnd agricultural hundred and fifteen ncros of land ona 1 condition of the weather on Wednesday, BUSINESS PLACES TO , x Altova lllli st, to liOili st, (rncluslte), ICast Hirer to Nor Hi lllrer. 21 Year Lease 4f) lletneen Mb and nth Aves. 3 Private Dwellings Desirable Location riot Modiste er Krslaurant. Harvey B. Newins, Inc. 522 5th Ave., N. Y. C. rli.il.e Vnmlrrbllt 20ai-:t.-3. OFFICE SPACE 1800 Square Feet At n Rematkab'y Low Figure in New Building TIMKS SOUAIti; SKOTION Harris, Votight & Co., SuitTMir to Harris & Vaughan, 569 Fifth Ave. Telephone. Vamlerbtlt .11, HIGH CLASS LOFT SPACE 212 FIFTH AVE. COltNHK IllTII STJIRKT ,. 2,600 Square Feet, 15tli Floor? iMMBniATK iT)SHi;asioN, J M H. O'BRIEN S29I) linOADWAY. l'HONK 2m HCHUYI.Un. APARTMENT FURNISHED. Iloriiiutli of Brooklyn. t flv, .,',.o r.',mf f ui ditMt,tv Seven and ilRht loom apartments; well furnlslietl. JHKI-jlSO per mouth to October:, hl'lh elms teimnta onfv. Willow Court, cor-, l-cr Clark St. and Willow. O, J. BHOWN', I'll Court st., Itiooklyn. Main 4IWKI. ' . APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED' Above .Villi Sl.ltli Av. lo North lllter. 345 West 70th St. 6 ROOMS, $1800, Modern elevator house, overlooking;' Hie Hudson. I'nssessiuit. 79TH ST., 302 WEST. To Lease, Immediate Possession ', Seven rooms anil bath; modern, flreproal kou.e. Itent KS.AOO. A:i!y srrHltl.STUNDKNT. ON IMtKMISISS. , llnrough of Itrook'jn. 109 MONTAGUE ST., BROOKLYN" 4 rooms and bath I1IU : rooms and bath Utl " I romis andiis;ii (Housekecpins) I'J", 1,1 Clinton Trading Corporation. 16(1 llrpisen Nt.. Brooklyn. Main 3(141- REAL ESTATE AT AUCH0N. the nttrtKE tiemep koundation.- SN.-Anoer at llotsi , apply 11 tlon rale ,,r desirable home sites Astor, .liiue 2.1. 24. Particulars .1 PUriHNVfj OAVIES, HUth st, and d av., or jnsKPH I'. DAY, S2 Liberty af., A;rnts ami Auctioneers CITY REAL ESTATE. 1'rcMii Battery In Kill ht., Inclusive. P.EENWICII VlI.LAdi: ilwelllnct, 4 story, id Inrsii rooms, batlr. imseslon Auaust; urlca' IM'-'.WK); tarh I,2.".0.(U110SS, ISO Broadway. Above llth St. to ,10th St. (Inclusive,), Kast Itlver tn North Ititer. I AN' INVESTMENT, corner Stli av., near 2.1d I s'., ivin .". rtnry flat" and stores. asitOO nnu ;.i':nnr. rrnini wi.i.un,,; asiiina; pneo fl2.",Ufln: riust be mid to close estate. H. V. MEAD ft CO., S07 Slh av. Hmour.li n' Jliinhnttnn Miscellaneous. 1IAVI! several 7 room ore family houses, ali' Improvements, audi as ca". electric llchts, tiled halh, heat; In residential section In tha. heart of the city; little cash, balance on easy teiins. SCHAUII, Washington av.. near Iflltl, St. , REALJJSTATE OUT OF CITY. I nnR Island Hale er Rent. ELMIllJP.ET-Tiro family brick houre, ?M ' 101 j all modern' up-to-ilato improvements", cat aire, glass porch: clone to subway station I top floor vacant: Just neivly decorated; prlca flS.OOO. Apply KRAEMEIl, ai rith St., Elm,, hurst, L. I., or call owner, Harlem tOOfl. EXCELLENT property for sale, MerffckT L. I.. " minutes from depot: anilous 16' sell before Rolr.t; abroad. U. C. McAULIFFE, WO Columbus av. I'OR 8ALI-Cedarliur3t. I,. I., 10 roan! unJ finished hou."e: threu baths, sun parlorv l.i I c norrli; plot 7."xli0: big bargain, HILLKrt, 70 Lenoi av. Tel. Harlem D74I or Par Itockavvay IQIO. t oil HALC-CvdarlMirrt. L. L. 10 room un finished house: time hsths, sun parlor, large poi-ch: plot 7rrsir.fi; big bargain, MILLER. 70 Lenox av. Til. Ilarlcm 5741 or Ea r llnckaway IQ'i". NEAR Kreeport, 1'. L icntl,man's country hofiie, ." acre-, trout stream, fruit, shade, berries, price JS.WiO; halt task. DC LAP,, Itoo-evelt. L. I. SAVVILLE. ,IIandonifly furnished twelve room housa; one hour express from city; larg porch, part' enclosed, electricity, gas, hot watert 1arg4 plot; garace; worth JI.'JOO: will rein- n,r (tlOO season. Mrs. I... t(K East 1.1th. Mid wood ItOfi. KPr:IN(lKIP.LD. L, I. ifbuses and lota; bar- rains. W.IAHMIH'RN. opposlta relcphono Hprlugfield 1817. statloit I ITcstcliester Sale or Rent. I linvo 10." lot. In Yonkers Heights, free and clear. What have you to offer In ex change? OEOP.C1E XV. HORN. .13 West 4id t. Teli phone 49'-.", Murray Hill. I EEKHKILL, -N. Y.. ON HUDSON. This beautiful residence, arranged for tn families, seven large, airy rooms each apart-i, ment, every comfort ami ronvenlsncu i imrrf- wood floors: corner lot; fine nelchDorhnod; four mlnutee walk to station; will sacrifice," at 17.000, terms. XV. OAKLEV. room 611 FccurltJ Hulldlng, Ilrldgenort. Conn. New .Jersey Sale nr Rent. ALL slie farms, good soli for potatoes. cralti. trucklna: Rood houes and b-jnel- Ings; located in Middlesex, Monmouth, Mer cer counties, the potato belt o' New Jtrserv CLIFFORD fi. DROWN, Cranbury Htatlon, Middlesex County. New Jersey. LONO nRANCH New tl room aeml-bunfa low; every Improvement: near river and ocean: lis aeres; price $.",.200; terms: big bargain. A. HOLTSON. Ing Ilranch. N. J. MODEHN S inom Imu-r, l nth every InH provement. coiner plot, garase. escell .it locaiion ., mlnutei sta'ion. 1., mlnuies out j J.8.SO0. Hackenrack XK.XV, E. PIIETCH, Roclielle Park, N. J. 4