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THIEVES LOOT LOFT
i! OF $10,000 IN SILK
Police Confirm Robberies
, "Wlion Confronted "With
4 tho Facts.
OUT THROUGII FLOORING
jkako Pyramid Out of Packing'
;i Coses and Carry Away
Plunder:
Two burglaries Jn which eooda valued
at $15,OOp wero stolen came to light yes
terday, The police confirmed tho thefts
' tren confronted with the main facts.
ThIeves -who are believed to have
wcreted themselves In a ninth story loft
of the bulldine ot 681 Broadway before
closing time, cut through the flooring
and dropped to the eighth floor on
which the Breslln Silk Shirt Company Is
loxatoa. They made a pyramid of pack
ing cases leading to the hole and trans
ferred 110,000 worth of silk shirts
through the aperture, and thence out of
Ifcr building. The robbery took place
Jftlday or Saturday, Tho police were
imablo to got trace of the robbera or
the goods.
Entrance was forced to 122 Bleecher
Afreet Saturday and tho loft of Morris
njieengardt robbed of fifty rolls of wool
lens valued at S,000, The police found
ijjjlclue to the burglars, but tho woollens
were found concealed under lumber
pile In a near by lumber yard,
'
BpLLET ANSWERS
DEMAND FOR MONEY
Candy Maker Foils Robbery
' Victim in Hospital.
v
Jjohn Wilson of 1S3 Arnold street, Maa
ptth, Queens, walked Into the candy
atoro owned by Samuel Gordon, In 31
Barry street, Brooklyn, late yesterday
afternoon and when Gordon came to
wait on him ho demanded 10.
i'No," said Gordon; "I won't give you
-nickel!"
"SVllson, according to the story told to
t$fi pollco by Gordon, Jumped upon the
counter, drew a revolver and pointed
ICkt the candy store man.
gYou turn over all tho money you've
CBt hero or I'll kill yon!" Gordon quoted
bjpi as saying.
Gordon started toward tho cash
dfawer, but suddenly, dived under the
counter and seized a revolver. He fired
two"' shots before Wilson could use his
gun. One bullet entered the right side
of Wilson's neck, passing through and
burying Itself In the wall. Wilson fell
unconscious, the revolver dropping from
h(s hand.
Cordon telephoned to the Bedford ave
ripe police station and told the lieuten
ant on desk duty there that he had shot
a;man. Detective Joseph Miller vus
aejnt to the store. Ho had Wilson 6cnt
to1 the Williamsburg Hospital and arr
rented Gordon on a technical charge of
fojonioua assault. When he found, how
ever, that tho storekeeper had a per
mit to keep a revolver he released him
and ordered him to report to the police
station If Wilson died.
ttEhe shooting attracted a large crowd
to-the store, but It was quickly dls
I persed by the police. Wilson Is charged
with felonious assault and attempted
robbery.
BEEDNT PAY SHERRY $1,552.
Judgment Against Man. bat Wife
. Contracted Debt. '
'Trcderlck L. Ryon of C2 Bown ave
nue. Flushing, will not have to pay
ouis Sherry, Inc., restaurateurs, a bill
of $1,552, upon which the corporation
obtained a Judirment atralnst him.
'Ryon admitted the Judgment at first,
but later applied to Justice Van Slclen
IruSuprcme Court, Brooklyn, to be re
lieved of the debt, stating yiat It was
coiuracieu uy nis wne, lormeny .iisa
Elizabeth Barbara Daret, from whom
hels now separated. His wife went to
California several months ago, Ryon
OH,
.Justice Van Slclen granted the appll
cation yesterday and directed that the
ttdbt should stand as security for costs
in! the event that Ryon eventually loses
toe suit.
3ILDSLEY FIGHT. UP TO-BAY.
American Defence Society Will
!' Support Educator.
jThe flght over the reelection of Dr.
J'plin L. Tlldsley, Associate Superintend-
erjt of Schools, promises to be warmly
waged at the meeting of the Board of
Education mis arternoon. The American
Defence Society has taken up the cudgels
ln'Dr. Tlldslev's behalf, chumnlnnlnir him
sikqn energetic fighter against radical
ism in uie scnoois.
JRichard M. Hurd, president of the
society, will speak for Dr. Tlldsley at
the- hoard meatlne- If hn la n.mitM
Mra Grace Strachan Forsytho is said to
oe.a candidate ror the post
JAP CRUISER HERE TO-DAY.
.
'Warship Will Anchor Off Nlnety
mlxth Street.
-The Japanese cruiser Knnnc-n mhui,
will drop anchor off Ninety-sixth stro!
jimiaon niver, ai iu o ciock this morn
lng: The cruiser arrived at Portland,
at- Juiy s to taKo part in tho celebra
tltflt of ttlA Tnlnn rAntAnnlnl
''The ship left the naval base at Yoko-
euKa, near tokio. May 26, and covered
7,0 miles In thlrty-elght days, aver
aging fourteen knots. Cnpt. H. Tr
aoka is in command.
a:o-Z3 Et 13th it.; unknown Slight
lompxina ai.; simmer
- an Plight
MjflO-Clty Iiland av. and Orchard
. Beach, Pelham Bay Naval
Camp Non
Il40-T Eait 177th it.. The Dronx;
rjn.
..JIO.OOO
IScOl 030 Columbus av.; unknown..Unknown
240-Pler 3T, North niver; (team-;
t uhlp Neupo, Mallory Ltnf.... Trifling
SJ5O-101 E. 73th at.; 11. L. Holt-
hof Unknown
eyOO-lOil lit av.; auto, American
Can Co...., Unknown
U0-7 Bedford at.; National Tire
i, and Vulcanlzlnn Co Trifling
CS5-315 West 143th St.; Joseph
4 Dolan Unknown
BtSO-093 Boston road. Bronx; rub-
K blah. N. Y. Life lna. Co Unknown
BUS 50 lludaon at.; II. C. Will
iams v Unknown
6:43301 7th av.; Mendel & Lazow.mknown
843-174 Attorney at.; Max Man
dell Unknown
11:5043 W. 3d at.: W. Schwartz.. Unknown
TlSO 2S4 Amsterdam av.; awning:
Charles Wealoo Trifling
t:S0-101 West 119th at.; awning; un-
. known Trifling
0:SO-07 Broadway; American Metal
Co Trlfllnr
S1UZ0-99 Jane at., automobile; Teck
A Galley...., Unknown
130 Brootna tt,f Jacob latx. .Unxaown
1
Fire Record t I
CALLED HER 'SCUM':
SEEKS SEPARATION
Wife Says Art Dealer Is Ar
tistically Vile Talker.
A separation from Guy Btonestreot,
dealer In art objects and rare books at
607 Fifth avenue, Is sought by Mrs.
Qrace George Stoncatreet of Pelham m
an action begun yesterday in tho Su
premo Court at wniie riaino.
Stoncstreet, a descendant of William
nmi nthor illustrious nloneprs In
American history, says she objects to
being called "acifm or mo cann anu
referred to as a denizen of tho slums.
tho nctloTl JuatlCO
Seeger awarded the plaintiff $250 un-,
aol.fcea and 1150 a month alimony. Bhe
....I.,.! Ihn -umtnAv nf their' daughter.
Virginia, whllo. a aon. Wilmer, twelve
years old., was sent to a summer camp
at tho father's expense.
iiniinn in Mr Rtnnf streftt. her
AVWIUIHI, w "
husband called her Lucrcxla Borgia or
Macbeth whenever sne signou. u
struck her once, the complaint avers,
and she had him arrested.
f- Htnnpntrpnt nltcirea she found
her husband's langungo particularly of
fensive because aho is descended from
one of fno oldest .families of Virginia.
. i -1. ,.. 1 TnM,
Among ner loroears no nw ."
P. Staples, her grandfather; Gen. John
U. Gordon of Georgia and Thomas
er.t Mnriln. who rcDrescnted Vir
ginia In the United States Senate for a
quarter of a century.
COP IS ACQUITTED OF
BREAKING BOY'S ARM
Mulcahcy's Story That Lad
Fell Is Accepted
Patrolman Mlcael J. Mulcahey of the
West Thirty-seventh street station was
acquitted yesterday by a Jury In Gen
eral Sessions of a chargo of assault pre
ferred by tho Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Children.
Johnny Appelgate, years out, oi i"
West Twenty-eighth street, told tho Jury
thnf-liA wna ntavlnff on the roof of n
pier nt the foot of West Twenty-seventh
street vlth some other boys when the
policeman chased htm ana niter caicn-
Inn Mm ViAnt him u'lth his nlchtstlck.
His left wrist was fractured and his'
body badly bruised.
Tho policeman said that the boy had
the nler in trylns
to make his escape and had received his
Injuries In that way. His attorney,
George Dunnellen, produced several
In his behalf, and
showed that the officer had been on the
force for upward of ten years without
having a single complaint lodged against
him prior to this one.
KILLED WATCHING FUNERAL.
Child Huns tn rath of Motor
Car.
Fannie Brodsky, 10 years old, was
watching a funeral proceaslon from a
house opposite the homo of her aunt
nt 1.1'n Prosnect avenue. The Bronx,
yesterday, and in order not to miss de
tails, she started across the street. An
automobile driven by Otto F. Klefer,
an electrical contractbr,' of 91 East
167th street, struck her. The girl died
at Fordham Hospital from fractured
skull. Her home is at Muldoqn, Maas.
An iinMnntlRed woman, about 60
years old, was killed at the Bowery and
Bond street by a truck or uie ii.an
Ufy nnrt Rnnnlv Homnanv. 129th street
nnrt Third nvenuo. The body was taken
to St Vincent's Hospital. The driver,
Glrard Keenan of 999 soutnern Boule
vard, The Bronx, was not held.
SHIPPING NEWS.
(CONTINUED FROM PRECEDING PAGE.)
Str Hoxbar, Selbert, Tort Lobos-Walker
'sr'Allentown, Adams, Port Lobos-McAI-lister
Bros. . , . .
Str Frederic H. Kellogc, Mader, Tamplco-I'an-Amerlcan
Tetroleum and Transport Co.
Str William Green. Henehaw, Tamplco-Tan-American
Tetroleum and Transport Co.
Str Lake Geneva, Iveraon, Havana-United
Fruit Co.
Str El Sol, Nelson, Galveston Southern ra-
C,8tr?ake EI Rio, Forrest. Wilmington and
Brunswick-Clyde Steamship Co.
Str Lake Fray, Swendsen, Newport Newa
International Shipping Corporation.
Str Lake Clear, Jansen, Norfolk A 11
B8tr&Marianna (Ital). Martlnollch, Norfolk
-rhelpe Bros ft Co.
Str Cranford, White, Norfolk- II W
Steele 4 Co. . ,.
Str Hamilton, Uannan, Norfolk-Old Do
minion Transportation Co,
8tr Lako Flscus, Hedlund, Norfolk Export
Steamship Corporation. . .
Str Julia Luckenbach. Smith, Baltimore
Luckenbach Steamship Co.
Str Oasa. Patterson, Philadelphia Coamo-
P8tranott!"(Dutch), Seholten, Philadelphia
Funch, Edye 4 Cc
SAILED.
8tra Trident (Br). Marseilles; Hoxbar.
Lobos; Julia Luckenbach. Baltimore; Mari
anne (Ital), Norfolk: Hamilton, Norfolk; La
Touralne (Fr), Havre; Brighton (Nor), Port
Antonio. , .
Sirs Inland, : Vaarll (Nor). Newport
News; Mercian (Br), Mancheter; Dromore
Castle (Br), Cape Town; West Mahomet,
Kobe; Lake Geneva, Havana; Carrlllo, King
ston, 4c.
Strs Ossa, Philadelphia; Frederic It Kel
logg, Tamplco; 8 B Hunt. Texas City.
Silled 12th. atra 8t Patrick (Br), Havana
via Hampton Roada; Dakotan, Norfolk: Do
mingo de Larrlnaga (Br). Philadelphia;
Roma (Fr), Marsellfee via Horta, Ac; Pata
gonler (Belg), Antwerp: Harold Dollar (Br),
Vancouver; Lake Grandon, Boca Grande; Bt
Michael (Br), Para, Pernambuco, 4o; In
land, Norfolk.
The corrected reading; of the barometer (re
duced to aea level) at New York on Tucadar,
July 13, 1920, at 8 AM, as reported by the
United States Weather Bureau, was thirty
and nineteen hundredths (30.19) Inches. This
closely approximates seven hundred and
slxty-slx and eight-tenths (786.8) millimetres.
Captains of all essela now lying In or near
the porta of New York and Brooklyn can
advantageously use the above official data
for observing whether their own barometers
requite any considerable correction or ad
justment. ,, . ,
Wind at City leland at sunset, S, light
breeze; clear; smooth sea.
MARITIME MISCELLANY.
Fire in the forward hold of Mallory Line
str Nueces yesterday caused alight damage
to general cargo. The ahlp waa at her pier
loading for Gulf porta.
BUENOS AIRES. July 13 Tho Argentine
nAv.fnrnnt has decided to DUrChaSO tWO Oil
tankers In tho United States and to build
two others.
CAPE HATTT, July 13 American achr
Luther Little, which went aground juiy o
at the mouth of tho harbor of Fort Llberte,
Haytl, haa been refloated and towed Into
port, ine scnooner is loaaea wun iwkwuuu.
GALVESTON, Tex, July 8 8c.hr Angelina
(Cuban), from Havana for Matamoras, put
Into this port to-day for repairs.
OTTAWA. July 13 A new steamship ser
lce. sponsored by the Canadian Govern
ment, to ply between Canada and the West
Indies, Is la be started early next year. The
service Is the result of the recent West
Indies trade conference, and the tentative
schedule calls for sailings between Halifax
and St John to the Bahamas and British
Honduras by way of Bermuda. Two steam
ers, each of 5,000 tons, now under construc
tion and designed to carry both passengers
and freight, will be used.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, July 7-Str Arctic
sailed from here to-day for Drakes Bay with
pump for power schr Coquelle, which put In
there July G leaking badiy while on a voy
age from San Francisco for Fort Bragg.
SAN JUAN, PR, July 12-By an agreement
reached this afternoon between the striking
longshoremen and the steamship companies,
the former will return to work to-morrow at
their former wages and under the old work
ing conditions. The strike was called on
April 20. The steamship companies guaran
tee that there shall be no discrimination
against the strike leaders.
ST THOMAS, VI, June 80-fltr Conway
(Br) arrived to-day from Porto Plata, o;
surveyed and rarfrrri mended to proceed con-
THE SUN AND NEW YORE HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1920.
BT JOHNS, NF, July lS-8chr Lady Bt
Johns (Br), from Port Union, ha arrived
here with stem and bowsprit damaged, hav
ing been In collision with British schr Har
old Conrad.
VALENCIA, Hpaln. July 13-Frult and
vegetable producers here are awaiting with
Interest tho promised establishment of s, line
of refrigerating steamers betwlien tho United
States and Valencia for the transport ot
fresh produce to Ui United States at cheap
freight rates. The first steamer scheduled to
sail Is the Mehanno; which Is to be followed
by other vessels a frequent Intorvali.
Dangers to Navigation.
Reported to the Hydrographte Office.
July 11, about U mile NH of Turtle Reef
buoy, Florida, a ship's naat with rigging
attached. '
June 23, lat 18 23, Ion 07 26. a spar about
30 feet long and 3 feet In diameter,
July 0, lat 68 13, Ion 20 30, a drifting mine.
June 22, lat'.&O 11. lon 10 40, a spar about
20 feet long and 2 feet In. diameter coverod
with marine growth.
June 27, lat 41 47, Ion 40 38, an Iceberg
about 130 teet long and 03 (eet high with a
small growler close by.
June 20, lat 41 40, Ion 49 01, a very large
Iceberg about 200 teet high.
July 2, lat 40 02, ion 33 11, a large Ice
berg with two pinnacles,
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
BOSTON, July 12-Boston light vessel lias
been withdrew n from Its station tn Boston
Hay and Is now at Green's yard, Chelsea,
for alterations and repairs. A relict light
vessel, showing the same characteristics as
the regular lightship, with tho exception that
the light la of less Intensity and the fog
signal Is a steam chime whistle. The char
acteristics of the light on tho regular light
ship will be changed to a flashing light In
stead of a fixed light when It Is returned to
Its station about Sept IS. The light mast
will bo shortened ana a change made from
vapor oil. In heavy weather the lightship
rolls so badly that It la 'difficult to keep the
light burning.
13th-Capt James of atr Kotshaw reported
Gay Head bell buoy dragged 3H miles E ot
gaa buoy.
CABLE REPORTS.
ANTWERP. July 8-Arrlved, str Artemis,
Norfolk via Boston,
Sailed 10th, str Antigone. New York.
ALEXANDRIA. July 10-Arrlved, strs
Glenlyon (Br), New York; Mlnnesotan, do
via Norfolk.
UEIIGEN, July 7 Arrived, str Stavanger
fjord (Nor), New York.
BREMEN, July O-Arrlved. str Lako
araphlte, Now York via Norfolk.
BALBOA, July 13-Arrlved, str Astral,
San Francisco.
Sailed 13th, atra Imperial (Chll), Valpa
raiso, llallena (Br), do.
CAPE SPARTEL, July 12-Passed, str
Campania (Ital), Baltimore for Genoa.
CHRISTIANIA, July 7-Arrlved, strs Isfond
(Nor), Baltimore; 8th, Drammensfjord
(Nor), Montreal.
COPENHAGEN. July 8 Arrived, etnFred
erlksborg (Dan), Norfolk; Lake Duncan, do.
CRISTOBAL, July 12 Arrived, str Borg
land (Nor), Chrlstlanla for San Francisco;
bark Button (Fr), St Naialre for do.
'Arrived 12th, strs 8teel Trader, Havana,
Ulna (Br), New York.
Arrived 13th, str Kronpilnsessen Marga
reta (Sv), Oothcnbtlrg.
Sailed 13th. strs Lucerlc (L't), New York;
Palta (Peruv), Norfolk.
CALLAO, July 11 Arrived, sir Santa
Ellsa, New York.
FREDERIKSTAD, July S-Artlvrd, etr
Christian Krogh (Nor), Philadelphia.
DUNC1ENE8S, July 12-Passed, str West
Quecchce, New York via Boston for AUuarp
and Gothenburg.
GLABKOW, July 13-Arrived, str Vlndei t
(Br),.New York.
Arrived 12th, str Columbia (Br), New
York.
Sailed 13th, 1 AM, str Vltellia (Br), Nev,
York.
GOTHENBURG. July 8 Arrived, atr Lake
Ellsbury, Aalborg.
GENOA, July C Sailed, atra Transvaal
(Dutch), Hampton Roads; 11th, Fcrt (Ital),
do.
HULL, July 7 Sailed, str Cfabtree, Lon
don. HAMBURG, July 7-Amved. strs Mar Tlr
reno 8p), New York; 9th, Montlcello, New
port News via New York.
Sailed 0th, strs Auburn. New York: 7th,
Pendrecht (Dutch), United States.
JAMAICA, July O-Salled, atr Clbao (Nor),
Philadelphia.
KARAT8U, June 23-8alled, str Bessie Dol
lar (Br), Port San Luis and Havana.
KOBE, July 2-Arrlvcd, str Kekettlcut,
Yokohama. c, for Boston.
LIVERPOOL, July 8-SaiIed, str St Stephen
(Br). New York.
LIZARD, July 12-Passed, strs British Star
(Br), New Orleans for Dcvonport; Mar Cas
plo (Sp), New York via Norfolk for Ham
burg. Mongolia, New York for do.
LISBON, July 8 Arrived, atr Aymerlc
(Br), Newport News for Bombay, 4c.
MARSEILLES. July 7-Arrlved. str Ed
ward Pelrce, Norfolk.
MACORIS, July 12-SalIed, atr Vesla (Nor),
New York.
MONTREAL, July 12-ArrIved, strs Turco
man (Br), Avonmouth: Baturnla (Br), Glas
gow; Canadian Rancher (Br), Three Rivers;
Canadian Seigneur iBn. Liverpool.
Arrived 13th, str Corsican (Br), Glasgow.
NEWPORT. E. July 12-Salled, str Stor
borg (Nor), Baltimore.
NANTES, July 3 Arrived, str Woodfleld
(Br), Sydney. CB.
NANAIMO, BC, July 12-Arrlved, str Hel
nan Maru (Jap). Kobe.
PRAWLE I"OINT, July 12-Passed, etr
Lake Farabee, Norfolk for Gothenburg.
I'ERIM. July 12-Passed, str Boveric (Br),
Calcutta for New York.
ROTTERDAM, July 8 Arrived, strs Will
polo, Newport News; 10th, War Ranee (Br),
Port Arthur: Munaires, New York via Nor
folk; Greystoke Castle (Br), Galveston and
Nenport News; Agwldale, Jacksonville and
Norfolk,
Balled 10th, atra Winston Salem, Newport
Newa; Mahaska, do; F J Luckenbach, New
York.
, RIO JANEIRO, July 8-Arrlved, atr Servian
Prince (Br), New York.
SOUTHAMPTON, July 13-Arrlved, str
Adriatic (Br), New York via Cherbourg.
STOCKHOLM, July 2-Arrlved, strs Mah
kill, Baltiraora; Flint (Nor), do; Bewails
Point, do; Weat Cohas, Baltimore, New
York and Boston via Antwerp.
Sailed 3d, strs Hoxle, Baltimore; Kronstad
(Nor), Hampton Roada.
SANTOS, July 10Salled. strBruyere (Br),
New York (6,300 bags coffee),
TRIESTE, July 2 Arrived, atr Ambrldge,
Charleston via Norfolk,
VENICE. July 4 Arrived, str Transporta
tion. Norfolk.
VICTORIA. Braxll, July O-Salled, str
Strabo (Br), from Santos and Rio Janeiro
for New Orleans (89,100 bags cotfee).
VANCOUVER, BC, July 12-Salled, str
Monteagle (Br). Yokohama, 4c.
VICTORIA, BO, July 12 Arrived, strs Chi
cago Maru (Jap), Manila, Ac; Heme! Maru
(Jap), Shanghai, 4c.
SaUed 5th, str Bolton Castle (Br), New
York.
FOREIGN PORTS.
By Mall.
CHAMPERICO, July 3-6alled, motor ship
Santa Flavla, Acajutla.
HAVANA, July 8 Sailed, schr Isabel C
Harrlss. Mobile (for repairs).
KINGSTON, Ja, June 28 Arrived, stro
Chanqulnola (Br), Liverpool via Norfolk
(and sailed 30th for outports) ; 30th. Bayamo
(Br), Santa Marta; July 2, achr Alice, Port
Arthur.
Balled July 8, str Lake Elmdale, Progreso.
BT JOHNS, NF, July 8 In port, str Fern
(Br), for Port au Port (to load for Bot
wood). '
VANCOUVER, DC, July B-Arrlved, str
Canadian Importer (Br), Sydney via Auck
land, Ac.
AMERICAN PORTS.
By Telerraph.l
BELLINGHAM, Wash, July 12-Salled, str
Hyades, Honolulu.
BREMERTON, Wash, July 12 Arrived,
transport Orion, Norfolk. ... ...
BOSTON, Mass, July 12 Arrived, etr Lt
mon, Port Llmon: tug Neponset, Sandwich,
towing disabled tug Mary C McNally, and
barges Edward A Schlear and Varlna.
Arrived 13th; strs Eastern Belle, Hamburg
and London via New York; Santiago, Boca
Grande: Platnfleld, Banes: North Land,
New York; Prince Arthur (Br), Yarmouth:
tugs Mars, Philadelphia, towing barge Geo
R Stetson: Security, Providence, towing
barges 37, 8 and 80.
Arrived 13th. str Aiken. Baltimore.
Cleared 13th, schr Earl Orey (Br), Chan
nel and Curling. NF.
Sailed 13th, strs Ashland County, Norfolk:
Selwya Eddy, do.
Sailed 13th. strs Inkula (Br), London; San
Jose, Port Ltmon, CRi Persian, 'Philadel
phia; Bapona, Jacksonville; Lake Elsmere,
Charleston and Jacksonville; Lake Bledsoe,
Baltimore; Nacoochec, Savannah; Brandon,
Lamberts Point: Prince Arthur (Br), Yar
mouth: tugs Minnie, Norfolk, towing barge
Montauk; llontybrook.. towing 2 barges, for
Port Johnson. Wind" at Highland Light,
SW, 20 miles: haty: smooth sea.
BALTIMORE, Md, July 13 Arrived, atra
Oakwln (Br), Fowey via Philadelphia;
Banana (Sp), Valencia: McOready County,
Portland, Me: Fort Gaines (Nor), Port
Maria: Lake Ontario, Tort Tampa; Bethle
hem, Boston; Llthopolls, Port Tampa; Iolcas
(Greek), Barcelona; Jennie R Morse, New
York: San Lorenxo-Br) , Tamplco.
Cleared 13th, strs Caxambu (Bras),
Charleston, BG; Cvmrlc Vale (Br), Calais;
Borgcstad (fior), Tsmplco; Hercules (Nor),
Havana and New Orleans; Mangore, Dai
quiri. Hilled 13th. strs Trcllsalck (Br), Portland,
O: Belvernon (Nor). Antllla; Eastern City
(Br), Dunkirk: HJeltefjord (Nor), Bergen;
Osslneke, Gothenburg via Now York.
BEAUFORT, NC, July 13 Arrived at Cape
Lookout Cove for harbor, U B S No 284;
tug (suDpocd) Albert J Stone, towing 2
bargcs.Heavy SW wind.
BUZZARDS BAY (Cape Cod Canal), Mass.
July 13 Arrived at Sandwich, tug Mary W
Potter, towing barges Haverford, from Rock
land, and Chenango, Portland for New York
(exchanged tows with tug W 8 Taylor,
which had barges Devon, Cohocton and
8hlckshlnney, New York tar Boston, and
both tows proceeded).
EaUtd ISto, tug Ontario, towing b arras
Bwoetser Llnthlcnm and Oreenwood, from
New York for Portland. No 14 and Meta
comet, from do for Boston.
Tossed W 13th, str Loke Bledsoe: tun
Minnie, with 1 barge; Pallas, with 1.
CHARLESTON, BC, July lS-Balled, str
Katherlne Park (Br), Havre.
OAPB HENRY, Va, July 13-Passed 1 In.
strs Melrose. New York for Baltimore; Clan
Macintosh (Br), Glasgow for do: Lake Kiel
nore, New York for do: Nlcolaos Athanas
ulls (Greek), Piraeus for do. ...
Passed out 13th, atra Mandevllle (Nor),
Baltimore for Port Antonio: Trevaylor (Br),
do for Dunklrk-WInd W, 0 mites: cloudy.
FERNANDINAi Fla. July lS-Balled. str
Thurman Castlo (Br), Ohent via .Norfolk.
GALVESTON. Tex, July 12 Arrived, jjtrsj
Callepell, New Orleans;' Cushnet, Tort
Tampa,
Arrived 13th, str Wartburg (Br), Pensa
cola. Balled IZtli. strs Bonhant, Havana; Comal,
New York; Iserlolm'.(Ur), Liverpool; Mexico
(Mex), New Orleans.
Balled 13th. motor hlp J F. Penrose,
Orange: str Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia; tug
Berwick, Tamplco, towing 1 baree. ,
JACKSONVILLE, Ha, July 12-Arrlved,
stra Charles E Harwood, Tamplco (and
sailed on return): Jacksonville. Hamburg.
Arrived 13th, str Lenape, New York,
Arrived 13th. strs Oglethorpe, Key West;
Iroquois, Seattlo; Albert Boper (returned for
repairs) ; achr Helvetia, Norfolk.
Sailed 12th, achr Maid of bcotland (Br),
Demerara; yacht Mystery. Miami.
Balled 13th, strs Arapahoe, New York",
Charles E Harwood, Tamplco,
Balled 13th, strs Kiowa, Boston; Glouces
ter, Philadelphia via Savannah,
MOBILE, Ala, July 13-Arrlved. atr Wet
Wauna, New Orleans; schr Isabel O Harris,
1 Arrived 13th, str Tamplco, Port Arthur.
Balled 12th, str Lake Arthur, Preston;
chr Irma, Trinidad; barge Conneaut, Tam
plco. Sailed 13th, sir Texaco, Port. Arthur; chrs
Eveline Wllkle, Trinidad! Abaco, Porto
Padre; bargo Tulsa, Port Arthur.
NEW ORLEANS, La, July 12-Arrlved. trs
Atenas, Bocas del Toro: Augusta (Bond),
Puerto Cortcz; Hamm (Br), NoStolki Lake
Copley. Havana; Manta, Porto IUW: Melanla
(Br), Thameshavcn, B: Truxlllo, Tela; oro
(Hond), Celba; Chickasaw City, Rotterdam
via Havana. ' .
Arrived 13th, strs Bratland (Nor), Matan
zas; Coppename, Puerto Barrios; John M
Connelly, Tamplco: Wellesley, Cuba. .
Cleared 13th. strs Baldhtll, Tuxpam: O R
Crowe (Br), Tamplco: Lake Cahoon, Santi
ago and Cuban ports: Lake Strymon, Mo
bile; Louisiana, Tamplco: Parlsmlna, Bocas
del Toro via Cristobal: Unlo (Br), Helslng
fors and Uleraborg, Finland: Vologda (Br),
Newcastle on Tyne, E, via Pensacola; Yoro
(Hond), Celba.
Sailed from Tort Eads 13th, strs Iddles
lclgh (Br), Italy via Gibraltar (for orders);
Hlco. Antwerp via Havre; Manuel Rlonda,
Santiago and Cuban ports: Omoa (Hond),
Omoa via Puerto Cortex; Phoenix, Tamplco;
Sahale. Mobile.
Sailed from Port Eads 12th, strs British
Princess (Br), Havre and Rouen; Dorothea,
Laguna de Carmen via Campeche; Edward L
Doheny HI, Rio Janeiro via Tamplco; Cans
fjord (Nor), Blueflelds via Cape Graclas,
Gudrun (Br), Trlesto via "Norfolk and Gib
raltar: Kenowls, Genoa via Bermuda,
NORFOLK, Va, July 12-Arrlved, strs
Saco. Galveston for Hull; Communlpaw, Rot
terdam; Schenectady. Bremen; Lake Fight
ing, Hull; Juniata, Italtlmoro; Houma, New
York; Datchet (Dr), West Hartlepool; Orls
tano (Br), Dartmouth; Motagua (llr), King
ston; Putney (Br), Middlesbrough; Unbe
Mendl (Sp), St Naialre; Knud II (Dan),
Elslnore (and sailed for Baltimore); bark
Slrdal (Nor), Norresundby.
Arrived 13th, strs Norumbega, Baltimore;
Dakotan, New York; Terrier (Nor), Havre.
Arrived 13th, strs Arablstan (Br), Gibral
tar: Avonmede (Br), Liverpool for Newport
News; Elanchove (Br), Glasgow; Putney
(Br). Middlesbrough; St Patrick (Br). New
York.
Sailed 12th, strs Lake Wlnthrop, Tampa:
Walter D Noyes, Boston; Monomac, Avon
mouth; Sac City, Rio Janeiro; Lake Inaha,
Portland. Me; Grecian, Boston; Oxonian
(Br). Antwerp; Luclgen (Br), Havre.
Railed 13th. strs E C Pope. Providence;
Middlesex, Rotterdam; Falmouth, Lisbon;
Wlllcaolno (Br), Gothenburg, Kohnan Maru
(Jap), Rio Janeiro; ship Gantock Rock
(Dan), Denmark.
Sailed from Hampton Roads 12rh. strs As-
penleaf (Br). ; 13th, Ohloan. Marseilles;
Woodarrn (Br), London; AUKsburg (Br),
Baltimore; rionler (Br), Kingston: BJorns
tjerne BJornson (N'or), Copenhagen; Nord
fjeld (Nor), Rotterdam.
NEW LONDON. Ct. July 12 In port, tug
Wyoming, from Perth Amboy, towing barges
Noa 7S for Boston. 768 for Bath and 700
for Saco.
PORTLAND, Ore, July 12 Sailed, str West
Hasscltlne, Orient.
PORT ARTHUR. Tex, July 13 Arrived, sir
C A Snider, New York.
Arrived 12th, strs Gold Shell, Rotterdam;
Roanoke, Philadelphia: Wlnterton (Br), Nor
folk; Alaska (Nor), Thameshaven.
Sailed 12th, str Perfection, towing barge
Socony No 83, New York.
Sailed 13th. strs Roanoke, Tamplco; Se
quoia (Br), Rotterdam; J R Gordon, Phila
delphia: MItra (Br), Rotterdam.
PENSACOLA. Fla. July 12 Arrived, schrs
Ruth Martin, Cuba: Bagdad, Cuba.
TORT TAMPA, Fla. July 12-Arrlved. sirs
Jean. Baltimore: Bronte (Br), Liverpool;
achr Doris Hamlin. Havana.
Arrived 13th, str Naperlan (Br), Liverpool.
Balled 12th. str Hilton. Warners, NJ. ,
PHILADELPHIA. Pa. July 13-Arrlved,
etr s Taunton (Nor), Port Antonio; Loyal
Devonian (Br), Genoa; Magdalena (Dutch),
Rotterdam; Trevethoe (Br), St Naialre; W
S Rheem, Port Lobos; Dlllwyn, San Fran
cisco; Severance, Sabine; Great Falls, Bos
ton. Cleared 10th, str Algiers, Houston.
Cleared 12th, strs Honolulu, New York;
Chariot. Hamburg via New York.
Cleared 13th, strs 'Laura (Ital). Gibraltar
(for orders) ; Toledo Uildge, Chrlstlanla,
Mlddlefurt. Gothenburg, Malmo, Stockholm
and Karlskrona; Bellerby (Br). Boulogne,
Passed down Reedy Island 13th, strs Maru
ba, Philadelphia for Providence; Manltou
(Br), do for Antwerp; West Corum, do for
do; Toledo Bridge, do tor Chrlstlanla, 4c.
Arrived at Delaware Breakwater 12th,
S:30 PM str Wilfred (Fr), Shields (and re
mained 8 AM 13th).
Passed up 13th. strs Hovland (Nor), Chrls
tlanla for Philadelphia; Domingo de Lar
.rlnaga (Br), New York for do.
Passed out 12th, 0:30 PM, str Lake Flam
beau, Philadelphia for Malmo, 4c, via Bos
ton. Passed out 13th, str Andrea (Ital), Phila
delphia for Loulsburg.
Sailed 13th. schrs BHIIe Martin (from Phil
adelphia), 8t George. NB; Virginia Pendle
ton (from do), Newport News.
In harbor 13th. 8 AM. strs MendoraPhlla-
INST1TICTI0N, COLLEGES, &0.
Summer ScRool for Girls and Women
Miss Mason's School
"THE CASTLE,"
Tarrytown-on-IIudsnn. New Tork,
From July 1st to August 31st.
A broad variety of 28 Vocational
and Cultural Courses; Tutoring In all
brandies; Piano under Mr. Harold
Morris, Mr. Frederic Mets, Mr. Fred
eric Flchtel; Volco. Mr. Waiter
Bausman; Dramatic Art and Diction,
Mr. Salvatore Cudlo (late Director of
the Milan Opera Co.); Violin, Mr.
Christian Krlens; Art: Mr. Wilfred
Evans.
For catalogues of the Summer School
or the Winter School which opens
September 28th. address the Secre
tary, Box 820.
'CharltfWaldp
Practical Preparation
fdr Accountancy.
Dsy and EvenlngSei
slonj. Fall term opens
Sept. lilh. For infor
mation or interview,
address
Dr. Frank A. Fall.Et
rcutlte. Secretary. Box
I), 9rfthATe',N.Y.
HASKINS
Founded by
Elijah W Sells
PRATT
SCHOOL, 03 West 43th Street.
Secretarial training; Individual
Instruction. Summer Session.
SALES AT AUCTION.
TO TIIBUNITED 8TATE3 BinVpING
Board and all owners ot or persons on
whose account the following goods (said to
have formed part ot the cargo of the steam
ship BEGURANCA) are held by the under
signed: TAKE NOTICE that on th 2Jd Juiy. 1020.
at 12 o'clock noon, at No. 427 Greenwich
street, Borough of Manhattan, City of New
York, the following goods will be sold by
public auction by Harry M. Moses, auc
tioneer. In accordance with the provisions of
Sec. 118 of the General Business Law, for
our unpaid storage, labor, cartage and
other charges, which amounted on April
20th, 1920, to 138,327.72, and such other
charges as have accrued against said goods
since said last mentioned data:
Three ammonia tanks, 1 case aniline, 208
reels barbed wire, 2d reels cable, 1 case
chambrny, B cases cloth, 2 bales cloth, 27
copper bars, 20 copper boiler fronts, S rases
copper pipe, 4 copper plates, 05 bdls. copper
shtcts, M copper sheets, 508 copper tubes,
611 colls copper wire. 2 cases cotton piece
goods, 1 case cotton sheeting, 30 cases dry
goods, 14 cases egg powder, 1 case electric
bulbs, SI cases hardware, 19 cases hosiery,
143 drums Ink, 1 angle Iron, 7 pes-Iron flat,
3 bdls. Iron frames, 00 Iron knife plates,
48 pes. Iron pipe. S3 pes. Iron square, 731
colls Iron wire, 0 cases leather, 41 cases
logwr.cC extract, 1 marine motor, 72 casos
nails, 134 cases raper, 200 bales paper, 277
rolls paper, 1 rare carbon paper, 1 keg
white powder, 1 Iron raff, 1 caso shoe eye
lots, 1 bag shoe pegs, 72 cases soap. 237
springs, 67 bdls. rprlngs, 21 bbls. sulphite,
21 bbls. syrup, 100 cases tacks, 13 cases
telephone sets, 82 cases cotton thread, 20
cases sheet tin, 821 railroad car tires, S
tractors.
JNDEPKNPKNT WAIUBHOUSES. INC..
By WILLIS O. BRIGHT, VtOtPrwldtat
New Tork,. July 2d, 1830,
delphia for Gothenburg) Oederlo (Nor), from
Newcastle. Yi Asator (Nor), from TS?er
ickstad; schr Llnle V Hall.-Wlnd BVV, 0
miles: partly cloudy; smooth sea,
PORTLAND.. Me, July 13-Arrlved, strs
rplar Star. Fowey; Freeman, Norfolk! Cot
tonplant, do.
Balled 13th, sirs Lake Elmwood, Norfolk)
Lako Fillmore, New Tork.
BAN FRANCISCO, Cal, July 12 Sailed,
str Santa Crux, Calcutta.
Arrived 12th, str Lima Maru (Jap), Hong
Kong.
SEATTLE, Wash, July 12-Arrlved, str
Statesman (Br), Vancouver.
Balled 12th, str p1lght, Yokohama.
BT ANDREWB, 11a, July 12-Salled, schr
rhllllps M Brooks, Banto Domingo.
SAVANNAH, Us, July 12 Arrived, str
Merrimack, Jacksonville (and sailed 13th for
Philadelphia).
Arrived 13th, str Otty of St Louis, New
Tork.
Balled 12th, str City ot Columbus, Boston.
Balled 13th, atr Cotopaxl, Charleston.
Balled 13th, str City of Savannah, New
York: schr Mabel, Nuevltas.
TACOMA, Wash, July 12-Salled. str East
ern Pilot, New York) Africa Maru (Jap),
Yokohama, 4c.
TAMPA. Fla, July 12-Arrlved, str Hoi
brook, Havana; schr Maplefleld (Br), Car
denas, Arrived 13th, str Tome (Sw), Norfolk.
Balled 11th, schr Rubicon (Hond), Hon
duras, Sailed 12th, aux schr Esperanza (Hond),
Galveston.
Balled 13th, str Kallx (Sw), Helslngborg
and Llnhamn.
VINEYARD HAVEN,, Mass, July 12, AM
Passed, str Lako Annette, Bangor supposed
for Philadelphia.
Arrived 13th, achrs Whlteway (Br), Wal
ton, NS, for Norfolk: H O Crowed (Br),
Liverpool, NS, for New York: Telumah,
Nantucket fqr do. Wind BW, freah; choppy
sea; foggy, '
AMERICAN PORTS.
By Mall.
ASTORIA, Ore, jdly 4-Sallcd, achr Oregon
Tine,. Melbourne.
BELLINGHAM, Wash, July 4-Salled, schr
Mary E Foster, Honolulu.
HONOLULU, July 4-Sallcd, atr Elkrldge,
Manila.
Sailed 7th, atra Egremont Castle (Br),
Shanghai, 4c; La Urea, Port Ban Luis.
Arrived 7th, str Nile (Br), Hong Kong,
4c, for San Francisco,
MANILA, July 2-Salled, stra Mlsktanta,
San Francisco: Gtli, Halcakala, Hong Kong,
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, July 8 Arrived,
achr Roy Somers, Papeete.
Cleared 7th, bark Monitor, Melbourne,
SAN PEDRO, Cal, July SArrtved, atra
Newport, Ban Francisco for Balboa: An
nette Roiph, do for Valparalao; Fort Wayne,
Aatorla.
Arrived 7th, str Rosalie Mahony, Sallna
Cruz.
Sailed 7th, strs Henry T Scott. Callao;
Margaret Coughlan (Br), United Kingdom;
motor Ralcatta, Valparaiso.
ST THOMAS, VI, Juno 2S-Arrlved, strs
St Johns County, Savannah for Buenos Aires
(and sailed 30th); San Antonio (Mex), Tam
plco (and sailed 80th on return) s 28th, Lake
Girardeau, Norfolk for Pernambuco (and
sailed same day): 30th, Juno (Dutch), Am
sterdam (and sailed July 1 for San Juan);
July 1, Lafcomo, Tort Arthur for Rio Ja
neiro (and sailed) ; Anacortes, Norfolk for
Buenos Aires (and sailed 2d); Steel Age,
New Orleans for Montevideo, 4c: 3d, Bay
leaf (Br), Curacao.
Sailed July 2, strs Alcona, Montevideo, 4c,
via Port Spain; Savola (Ital), Guadeloupe.
REALTY NEWS NOTES.
Charles Hollander bought the eight
story commerclnl building at 130 and
134 Washington place, sold by tho Loton
II. Slawson Company.
Denlson Realty Corporation Is the
buyer of tho four story building- at 924
anil 926 Broadway, sold recently by the
Leonac Realty Company.
L. Tanrienbnum, Strauss & Co. were
the brokers In the recenjt sale of the six
story building at 193 Mercer st.
Sidney L. Warsawer negotiated the
recently reported sale for Marion Kllnker
and others of the six story loft, 60x100,
at 449 to 453 West. Forty-second st. to
William Blrns, Inc. Tho samo broker
also made the sale of the five story
building at 334 West Forty-second St.,
25x100, for the Mlllblanche Realty Com
pany to Christopher A. Dovas.
Wm. A. White & Sons have been ap
pointed by Hatasatah Realty Company
agent of the buildings at 141 to 149
Dyckman st.
SALES AT AUCTION.
PUBLIC AUCTION i
Beginning May (Wednesday) at 10:30 A. M.
By SAMUEL KREISER, Auctioneer
Completing Sale of all the
SUMPTUOUS FURNISHINGS
of the
HOTEL KNICKERBOCKER
Broadway and 42nd St., N. Y. City.
The Sale will comprise Masterpieces of the Cabinetmaker's Art,
all imported from Paris. Circassian Walnut and other Furniture,
Brass Beds and Bedding, Curtains and Portieres, Carpets and Rugs,
Linens, French Clocks, Several Thousand Imported French Print
beautifully framed, Superb Tapestries and Armored Suits, Paintings,
Bronzes, Statuary, Bric-c-Brac, China and Glassware; Silverware,
Portable Electrical Fixture, Kitchen Utensils, Printing Presses .and
Printer's Supplies, Mechanical Supplies of the Engineer's Depart
ment, Miscellaneous House Supplies.
By order of MR. JAMES B. REGAN.
NOTE: Large Cash Deposits required, and all goods must be
paid for in full and removed ivlthln 24 hours after purchase.
ART SALES.
COMMENCING
To-morrow (Thursday)
at 10 A. M.
THE ENTIRE
CONTENTS OF THE
Hotel
Manhattan
42d & 43d Streets
Madison AV.
WILL BE SOLD AT
UNRESTRICTED
Public
Auction
ON THE PREMISES
DV
James P. Silo & Son,
AUCTIONEER, OF THE
SILO'S
Fifth Avo.
Art' Galleries
J 40 E. 45th St.
S. W. Cor.
Vanderbilt Ave.
NOTE: The Furniture is of
the finest and manufactured
by Hayden Co., Pottler &.
Styrrtus Company and Pooley
Furniture Co. The Carpots
throughout (58,000 yards) are
of the finest texture. All of the
China, Glassware, Electric and
Bathroom Fixtures are in
cluded in this sale.
Catalogue, In 3 Farts, will be Mailed
an Kecelpt at SO Cents.
Address all Communications to tho
Auctioneers.
An advertisement in, the Lost and
Found columns o.TZTfl BON AND NEW
TORK H3RALD offers a raJ postUMUy
a nooverlng jcw Jof prcjerty,
BRONX LOTS SOLD
FOR $225 APIECE
Women and Men Endure Heat
of Auction Boom to Got One
Salo on To-day.
At least S00 coatless and collarlesa
men and almost as many womon, work
ing vigorously .to keop cool with fans, gat
for hours yesterday and last night In tho
neal Estate Exchange, 14 Vcsey street,
waiting for a chanco to pick up n. bar
gain In tho shape of a building- lot of
two which we're being auctioned by
Joseph P. Day for the Eastchoster Com
pany. Few were disappointed, for up
to a late hour about 1,300 lots wire
knocked down to tho hlghost bidder at an
average of about 1225 a lot. The prop
erty Is In the northern part of tho Bronx,
bounded by Gun Hill road, Burke and
Allerton dvenuo, and Eastchester road.
The sale will bo continued to-day.
. Old timers who looked In on tho salo
remarked that this is the high tide for
bargain seekers In vacant property, and
nfter witnessing tho eagerness with
which tho Individual Investors bid on
their selections these old timers observed
that there will certainly bo soma housing
boom in that section of Tho Bronx when
construction conditions beccmo more
stable.
The salo followed closely on the heols
of the nuctlon of 1.400 lots for tho Burko
Relief Foundation, further west toward
White Plains road. The unusually low
jrlces paid Bt that sale apparently
served as bait to lure buyers to tho
Eastchester Company's auction. With
lots selling nt an average of $500 apiece,
the market has taken on somo of the
characteristics of.the sponge.
Heforo tho sale began Mr. Day read
this telegram from Thomas F, Dorsey, a
lawyer and realty specialist of New
London, Conn. :
"Buy two lots, price 3200 or lower, for
mc. Will mall check or have Bank of
Commerce remit. I am buying these lots
for my little girl and know they will
Increase In price as she advances In
years."
Mr. Dorsey's faith In future values of
New York real property was seconded
by Charles C. Masters of 183 Washing
ton street. Newark, N. J., who addressed
the following letter with a dollar en
closed to Mr. Day In care of tho Vesey
Street Exchange :
"Please reserve a $200 lot for me. As
evidence of good Intentions I am enclos
ing 31. Will be at sale to-morrow."
Mr. Mastem Joined In the laughter at
the reading of the letter. Then was read
a letter from a chauffeur employed by a
well known family In Larchmont, who
regretted ho could not attend tho sale,
but hoped the $40 he enclosed would en
able him to secure two lots. Many other
letters and telegrams of a like nature
wero received.
The first lot was bid In by Henry
Weinberg, a commission man of 102
Beckman street, for $600. It was at
the northwest comer of Allerton avenue
and Eastchester rond.. Mr. Weinberg
nlso took the lot adjoining on Eastches
ter road for $500.
Tho highest price paid was $1,300 for
the triangular plot, 23x100x70 by irreg
ular, at the Junction of Qun Hill road
and Fenton avenue. The next highest
waa paid by Patrick Hanley, who took
SALES AT AUCTION.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
HOTEL
CHELSEA
West 23d Street at Seventh Avenue
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF
Room with adjoining bath, $150
Room with private bath, $3.00
Suites, $5 up
Special rates by month, season and
year; open fireplaces; high ceilings;
unusually large rooms; spacious
closets.
Luncheon 65c
Dinner $1.00
Cafeteria Attached
Colored man "B" of Now York
mailed free upon application.
I HOTEL AMERICA
H Tho Only ExcIusIto Spanish IIoUl
m In New Tork City.
H SPANISH RESTAURANT
H AFFORDING A CHOICE OP ALL
3 THE TTriCAL DI8UE3
151 West 47th St.
near
Uroadwar
Phone Bryant Ot.
NQNJICELl,o
Between Broadway and (Antral Park.
A QUIET FAMILY HOTEL
All Rooms with bath and showers.
Single Room, 12M Day
Boom, Private Bath
tor 1, lj.00; for 2, $1.00.
1 Room Suite. 14.00 and 13.00.
Phone Columbus 1390. J. A. JEPSON
HOTEL
Peter Sfuyvesant
Central Park "West at 86th St;
SPECIAL SUMMER RATES
Suites of one room to as many as
required. Furnished or unfurnished.
Restaurant st la Carte.
WM. F. INGOI.I). Manarer.
jg$m SHELBURNE GIRL g,
An Elaborate Production.
TWICE NIOHTLY AT 7J Ss 11 :M.
Lieut. J. TIM DnVMN'S
Famous "Black Devil" Jasa Band.
Dancing Af t'n'na & Evgs.
HOTEL SHELBURNE
Oesosi Farfcw y, BrUhtea Beach, W.T,
T
the four lota In tb outh (Ida of Oun
Hill road west ot'De Witt place at
l,20O each. Tho lowest price paid waa
ror lot No, 817, at the extreme
southwestern end ot the proprty,below
Mooo avenuo end weat of Young
avenue.
Tho cream or the property Ilea In tha
vicinity of Oun Hill road and De "Witt
place, near the Oun Hill road atation
of the Boaton and Weatcheater electrlo
railway, Block lifter block of lota be
tween Allnrtnn and Amow avenuca and
Flah and Fenton avenuea wero bid, In
for ?1E0 and 125 a lot
flome of the property between De "Witt
place and Mace nvenue la traversed by
a stream of water flowlntf southward.
Theso conditions ware cxplalnod by Mr.
Day, who added that a huge trunk
aawer la being built to care for thla aur
face drainage Mr. Day recalled that
tho site of tho Hotel Plnia was once
marred by a atream of water 'bo broad
that youngsters usod to skate on It.
Tho bidders Bcemed reassured after the
remarks of the auctioneer, and eomo of
tho lota which were travoraed length
wise by thla brook brought aa high
as 300.
Tho terms offered to buyera yoatorday
wero 80 per cent, on threo year mort
gages at 6 per cents, 70 per cent at fVt
per cent, B0 per cent, at 4 per cent
Harvard Unlvcralty la a bcneflclary of
the Bala through tho will of Lawrence
C. Sexton.- Another large stockholder
In tho company la tho estate of the lato
Alfred O. Vanderbilt.
Tho sale will be continued to-day at
noon In the Real Estate Exchange, 14
VeBey street
RECORD LOANS PIiACED.
X
Finn Issues Many Morfaaires In
Loaf Six Months.
Hughes & Hammond placed the
largest amount In mortgage loans ever
recorded by any firm In this city dur
ing n six month period. Despite tho
fact that money la scarce this firm has
actually placed mortgage loans amount
ing to $12,472,500 during the first half
of thla year.
Some of the more Important loans
were: $4,500,000 with the Prudential
Insurance Company of America on the
new thirty story store and office build
ing at the southwest corner of Fifth
avenuo and Flfty-sevehtth street:
13,000,000 with the National City Com
pany on tho twenty-three story building
at 2 Hector street; $725,000 share In
mortgago of $000,000 on tho eleven story
business building at 1 and 3 South Will
iam street: $650,000, arranged a mort
gage for this amount on the southwest
corner Madison avenue and Fortieth
street which property they also sold:
$250,000 on the new nine story apart
ment house at 115-117 Easl Eighty
second street; $250,000 on the five
story business building at 309-311 Fifth
a-enue; $215,000, building and perma
nent loan, on the six story elevator
building at the northeast corner of Fort
Washington avenue and 183d street;
$160,000, southeast corner Riverside
Drive and 146th streqt; $125,000, 987
Fifth avenue; $160,000," southwest corner
St. Nicholas avenue and West 138th
street; $100,000 on the south side of
188th street 100 feetwest of Amsterdam
avenue: $112,000 on 604 Park avenue.
Threo loans amounting to $145,000 were
placed on Brooklyn properties, also four
teen loans on walk up npartmcnta In
the Dronx amounting to $1,508,000.
RESORTS.
Long Island.
PERFECT HOMES
Surrounded by Many Perfections
BELLE TERRE PARK
Port Jefferson,
Restricted residential community.
Within enclosed park of 1300 acres.
On Por Jefferson Harbor and Long Iiland
Sound.
Desirable plots, one to ten acres, now available
to approved purchasers. Over Fifty houses
now occupied.
New, attractive horn now under construction.
BELLE TERRE PARK COMPANY, INC.
Port Jefferson, Long Ialand. New York Office, 10 Eaat 43d St.
New England.
I 'Ch.e m
A ThoHsarid Miles ThroDjh
New England's Seenio Wonderland
FEATURING A SECTION COMBINING
WITHIN A COMPARATIVELY SMALIi
AREA MOUNTAINS. LAKES AND SEA
COAST OF INCOMPARABLE DEAOTY.
GOOD ROADS. FIRST CLASS
HOTELS AND EXCELLENT
GOLF LINKS AT EVERY POINT.
Illustrated Roots Book or Large Map
In Colors Frte at 1180 Broadway, or bj
mall from
ALMON C. JTDD,
Hotel Elton, Waterbnry, Conn.
s Massachusetts.
HOTEL ELMirUKST, Sheffield, Mass., In
the Berkshlres. Suites with bath. Own
dairy products and vegetables. Excellent
cutslne; all outdoor amusements; Ideal
roads; garage. Special rates May-June.
M. E. MARRK1L.
Connecticut.
New London, Conn. The Tackard, near
Pequot Casino. Excellent board: modern
house; bathing, boating docks; $23.00 per
geek up.
THE CRIB WOLD. Eastern Pt., new London.
Conn.; bookings, Th Blltmora. If. Y.
New York.
"The IKohtst Clast Hotel lit thi CahkUli"
NEW GRAND HOTEL
Castklll Mountains, Altitude t,5O0. Ft.
NOW OPEN. Scenery Unequalled.
20 degrees cooler than N. Y. City. Ferfset
sanitary rondttlons. Pure spring watsr.
Cuisine unexcelled.
Trout Fishing.
Orchestra: dancing
Instructors, prizes,
golt.tennls.bllllatds,
Bool, bowline Hau
Special attractions
and Inducements
for tho younger set.
ler's saddl horses. Special family rates.
Army Officers' tents, with raised floors.
Rtock brokers' office In lobby. Harrison 8.
Downs, rrop.. lllgtimonnt r. P.. N. x.
SHARON SPRINGS, N. Y.
Pavilion Hotel and Cottages
Now open. Folders on application.
THE ANNEX. Adjoining the Famous White
Sulphur Springs and Bathing Establish
meat, open May 1st.
J. H. GARDNER A SON.
W. II. CRAIG. Oen'l Mgr.
WHITEFACE INN
LAKE PLACID, N. Y. NOW OPEN.
Modern In all Its appointments,
i. J. SWEENEY. Mgr., Laks Placid. N. Y.
Wlntsr-HUhland Park Hotel. Aiken, st O,
Crystal Spring Farm
ROSCOE, SULLIVAN CO., N. Y.
Accommodation for 100 guests. Open all
year. Modern Improvements.
Tslephone connection. Rates on application.
On O. & W. R. R. Ambach 4 8pllger, Props.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW YORK.
America's treat health and pleasure resort.
PINE HILL COTTAGE.
Quiet, homelike cottage In the pines, home
cooking, reasonable rates; high altitude;
auto. LEENA A. BI8HOP, Greenville.
Greene Co.. N. Y.
MOUNTAIN VACATIONS.
"SUMMER HOMES" contains DO pagss ot
pictures and Information' about Sulllvaa
County. Bend Sc. to 0. L. ROBINSON. Orand
Central Terminal. New York City.
UNITED STATES HOTEL
SARATOGA 8PRINOS, N. Y.
FEDERAL RESERVE
ENLARGES HOLDINGS
The Federal Reserve Bank, which less
than a month ago bought 4, and 8
Gold at for the purpose of erecting a
atorago and office building to be used
supplementary to the erection of Ita great
central bank home between Nassau,
dold, Maiden lane and John at, added
another parcel to Its holdings yesterday
by purchasing from Harry Aronaon 10
Gold at, a five atory building, 31.7i
105,19. The deal waa negotiated through
Wllllom If. Whiting & Co. Horace H.
Ely & Co. represented the bank. It Is
said that tho new acquisition will be
used In connection with tho project de
scribed above. . ,
Mr. Aronaon acquired the property last
MaJrch from James C, Colgate and
others; also the Ave atory building d.
lectly In the rear, at 211 Pearl at The
sale of 10 Oold at to tho Reserve Bank
brings tho bank's holdings down to within
110 feet of Pearl at, Tho previous ac
quisition last June ot 4, ( and 8 Gold
st waa made through Horace S. Ely &
Co., representing the bank, and the
Charles F. Noyea Company, representing
the Holbein Realty Company, the sellers.
ClUKENS BOnOUOH DEALS.
Tho Halleran Agency recently sold In
Flushing, U I., for F. R, & C. Company
to Margnret Tornberg the dwelling 25
Taylor avenue, 25x100 feet; for James
D. Tullls to Frederick S. Clarke, Jr., the
Long Island farmhouso on the north
side of Mitchell avnnuc, near Parsons
avenue, 80x100; for F. R. C. Com
pany to Elizabeth Meyer the one fam
ily seven room dwelling at 84 Farrlrig
ton atreet, 25x100: for F. R. & C. Com
pany to James B. Qulgg the duplex
house at 81 and 83 North Prince street
40x100 feet; for Emlllon Denovn to
Rosarlo Cammerata tho dwelling at 19
Farrlngton street 25x100 ; for Peck Es.
tato to William Franklin Townsend the
plot 76x175 feet on the north side of
Mitchell avenue, near Parsons aveniie ,
for Twlnboro Corporation to Joseph Gal
linger the dwelling nt 80 West Amity
street, 25x100 ; for F. R. & C. Company
to Mary Duggan'the duplex dwelling at
85 and 87 North Prince street, 40x100;
for Louisa S. Qlbbs to Thomas Foran
the dwelling at 46 West Eighteenth
street Whlteatonc, 50x100; for Van
Buren estate to James D. Tullls the
dwelling at the northwest corner of
Broadway and Prince street, 50x100,
Rlckert-Brown Realty Company sold
to Addle L. Dolson a two story dwelling
on Dltmars avenue between Goodrich
and Merchant streets, Arlelgh, Queens.
nrtOXX TRANSACTIONS.
The five story flat at 421 East 148th
street 27x162, 'has been sold by the
estate of Philippine Rothermel to
Patrick Murphy through J. Claronca
Davles.
Alexander Selkln and Carle Jaffe
sold for Joseph Reznlk the three story
frame two family dwelling, with one
story and basement brick building and
store, ' on plot 28.6x7.6, at 737-7S7Vi
Forest avenue.
YO.VKERS APARTMENT SOLD.
Fish & Marvin sold for Mrs. Elizabeth
C. Pomeroy the "Park Hill" apartments,
at 242-248 South Broadway, Yonkers, N.
Y. Tho property covers fourteen city
lota and contalna twnty-four apart
ments and four atores. It was built
about eight years ago by the American
Real Estate Company.
RESORTS.
Long Island.
Long Island.
BELLE TERRE CLUB HOTEL
, (Now Open)
GOLF. TENNIS. YACHTING, BATHING.
Property reached by rail via L I. R. R.
By boat from Bridgeport to Port Jefferson.
Motoring distance 50 miles from Queensboro
Bridge.
New Tork.
Adirondack Mountains Paul Smith's noteL
Finest Coif. Paul Smith's, N. T.
Long Island.
THE JEFFERSON,
Under new management,
on Great South Bay.
Rates 20 per week.
Weekend parties accommodated.
J. J. BUCK! -BY.
Atlsntlo City.
srUrusBe&dJttXANTiC CITY.N.J
pWVtMEffTTOrUl AMUSEMErTIs
pe&OMiis. wctfiKHien .Urcwjtrtv
Ctatrfty60O. Open aflthe lear
COURTESY. QUALITY. SERVICE.
HOTEL KENTUCKY
KENTUCKY AVE., NEAR BEACH.
Amer. Tlan, 13.50 Up Dlyi, $Z0 Up W'kly.
Popular European Rates.
Elevator; electric lights; telephone every
room : running water In rooms ; private baths.
Phone J020-R. N. B. KENNADY.
TRAYMOIATLAmKOTTl
ImaSfS GREATEST BOTH, SimSS
NEW CLARION
running water; carae; booklet.
8. K. BONIFAA
Asbury fark.
ASBURY PARK.
A Metropolitan Resort City on the ocean.
BO miles from New York. Delightful during
May and June. Address Municipal Informs
tton Bureau for hotel literature.
Lakewood'. N. 3.
BARTLETT INN
LAKEWOOD, N. 3.
OPEN ALL TnE YEAR.
Thane 119 Lakewood.
Bprtnz Lake, N. J.
WARREN BoISBIN,
A Hotsl of Disttnctlvs Charm.
Every Room with Otean View.
W. B. 8TUBB8.
New Jersey.
CEDAR GROVE nOUSB. Highlands, N.
WILLIAM II. CONNERS.
Pennsylvania.
MOUNT PLEASANT HOUSE,
MouM Pooon.,, ff-Prgata bcT
MILFORD fflg35&S
Mountain Lake House. Boating, Bathlnf,
Fishing. Own produce. Booklet. J1
HUFFMAN, East Stroudsburg. R. D.
Hot Springs, Va.
THE HOMESTEAD, America's Cure Besert.
O. B. ANDERSEN, Mgr Hot Springs. a.
West Virginia.
The Greenbrier,
WirjTB 6ULPHOT
SPRINGS, W. VA.
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