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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1920.
4 15 1 ARATOGA GAMING INQUIRY STARTED Oraml Takes Up Con ditions In Rwe Season Lwt Year. SHIPPING NEWS. (CONTINUED FROM PAOM TBN.) T,R(in is WATCHING local Chimbtt of Commerce Hud rhnrpert Flagrant ppfianee of Law. pajutocAi Aufr .-An extraordinary 'urvlnn-'rd at the direction of fjfU,.(jov. Walker hrian tn-dy an In vUatlon into charges filed by the lintOl Chamber Commerce with tM JwtMlint-OOTtrnOr that wide open pmbllrs WHIM In Saratoga during the summer of 1910, and par .,PI,rlv during the rnoInK meet last ...r The sesslnne of the Ocand Jury -a being held I" Bton "P- llpre Hrtlre CtllTlM C. Van Kirk Is rrealdln ever a special tfrm of the Supreme The Attprnev-flrneral's office la repre by District Attorney Wyman 8. ,m nf Washington county, who was v,i,r,,,i i.. luparatd DUrtrlct Attor ney Chnrles F. Atidrus of Saratoga rUnn In th Investigation, and In the inn! of "J""t-i- Hemo and Jules For mal ajnlns; Whom Indict nienta as com- iimbleri hav bier standing- for wrenl month. They were arrested a ,,.r ag" h:s mmith In raids made by fj-v nii o iinty official. TTe Saratoga Springs Chamber of fmmerci Instiiu.el tlio proceedings ihlch brought about the Impanelling of (rani Jury ehortly after Qovernor . ,, had warned county and village J. is ..- that If occasion demanded State arj lid be eent this aummer to ritofl to enforce the sntt-gsmhllng l,-a. s.ffldavlta were filed with the Ufatttant flovaflior, 'hen acting Gov mor, describing condition In If 19 nd ,. n i court liu'silgaton.' It was rhiried In thes affidavits that fifteen f bllni housea war. In upon operation rim Inn racing season of 1919, wh're all sorts of open gambling was t.;nc con I ' ted notorious gawblerr froni s Vork. wllh r.o tntrfranoa or siten pt to Interfere upon tho nart of public offlctals el the i Ity of Baratofa Springs .'i ti unty of Suret'iR.." Referring to the charges, JtiUua Van Xir told ilia Jut lo-day thu the in- vttUga'mn nns of such linrortance that Ull pe-'rie of the entire BUta wire tstrhlng Its outitime. H also onlled tttentlen to the fact that there have tten report that the curt and grand Jury tvre ralld for the purpose of "get tlci som one," but he characterized these a slander upon the Governor o 'Jie !-U"' and upon the Grand Jury." MOTHER SAVES BABE; IS KILLED BY TRUCK Two Other Deaths Added to Motor Toll Yesterday. ( With & thought only for the safety (! hr tlve-months-old daughter, whom ir.t HI wheeling along Madison etreet In i carriage yesterday, Mrs. Fannie galas. 18 years old. of II Ituigers place. P'jstei the child to safety but herself 'ii crushed by a speeding municipal Vj that, swerving to avoid a truck e.orr'.ng In the opposite direction, ran iV"m fre sidewalk at Jefferson street and DMud her against a wall. Th yew mother's plight was seen ty glinon Riirres, 60 years old, of 33 lift Kiiefn:1! street, who tried to pull hfr out of the way, but he also waa ilfV.k Dr Thompson took both to iMTtmtur HoipltaJ. The woman died is wen as they got there. Burrca was treated f"r severe bruises. f II ira rt. Davlea, purchasing agent for the Continental Iron Works, Brook IrS l:::i'rt at Atlantic and Nos tra: 1 ivenuei hy a motor truck driven .' Heaty L'llrtch, 2ii years old. of 2781 Atlantic avenue Emilia Patakowskl, 6 mrs iR ..f 2(3 Twelfth street, Jersey City, yesterday after being run nrin Newark avenue, near Krle street, t; a truck driven by James Morrison, II reara oH, of 412 York street. Mor rlaon wa held for a hearing to-day. MILLER WELCOMED BY CROWD AND RAIN Democratic Leader Greets G. 0. P. Nomine. Bmccw, Aug. J A severe downpour f ram decreased the size of the crowd ::ch reete.i Nathan U Miller, candi kti for the Republican Gubernatorial Mmlnitlon at a non-partlaan civil wcl wmlni home re-eption upon his arrival Nre it this afternoon. Mr. Miller, ac twpamed hy Chief Justice Frank H. K t"- of the Court of Appeals, lert his Win jt the City Hall. He was greeted Kn a1d;ess hy John ft. Clancy, former Dttiocrttli r.pr.fenlative, on behalf of JJ citliena of the city, and by Acting Mr Georje N. Crouse on behalf of Ml CtfT Mr Miller, In reply, reiterated that he Mid ha preferred not to have been 1 candidate, but said na believed every Waan should be ready to respond to W call fot public service. He called entmn to th fact that he had not yet "n nominated and clrttprf, but declared J " notnlnattd and elected he would Men iki the dls harga of the duties of without "being dlaguadad from the WBM of public duty by the clamor of " "I nr individuals whatever." tlmort for Itotteraam; 3 I'M, Urklola Mi-ndl 'Ki, do for Marseilles; 10 I'M, Wm G War den, do for Tuxpsm. Paaaad out Utli, tl AM. sirs Kt Vincent, llsltlmore for Antwerp; C.lenstal (In, do for Hango.-WInd tiW, I nitloa; partly I'luufly. OA1.VKSTON, Tex, Aug s-Arrlved, itra S II IIiiiii. TsmplOO innd ssllefl 01 1 1 for Nt-w Vorkl; Mcxlcnim (Mcx), Tsmploo; B M HnmiMliiir. Tmnnlcn. Arrived Ntli, hams Junnltu and iu In Tlimplro. Arrived Mn, atri Port RutMoa tBr), car- 1 ,!'ii i.aLu i. mm. ii. I'fnci-eio. Bktiilon I'astli. (Mi l. Tampa ; tug Bi nulor llsllej , TagJsjW0i towing I barge. Arrived Mil. tr Lake l'ewauke. Porto Rico. Balled 8ih, sir Gulftrnle, Tamplco. Ballud Sib. sirs Arabia Girl, Cork, Ira lsnd; Fourth Alabama, tinmen; Condo Wll fredo (Bp), Rpanlali porti. iMT.rrnltT, Ml, Auk Arrived, baili Dova I.lsboa (Nor), Rio Janslro, JACKBONVIIXE, Kla, Aug 8-Arrived, atr Bronkslde, Newport News, Arrived IKh, atr Ftrlolt, I'lillaflrlphla. Snlved Atb, atr Hound llrook. Mull. Balled Rth, lug Wellington, Provjili nr. Sailed th. elra Pioneer, Tnrnpleo; Craton, I . i ..... i Noodle Island, Buenos Aires i West ern I'rlde, Cnpenhngen. KtiV WKBT. Fla, Aug 8-Arrhed. atr Hor net, Jacksonville (and aatU'd for Canal Zone)). MiiHII.E. Ala, Aug 8-Arrlved, atr" Ker hotikMon, liaUeaton. Arrlv.d Rhi air Madrono (Not), New Or leans. Balled Itli. air Plo Cardiff. Ni:w ORUAMti I.e. Aug 8-Arrlved, atr Nola, Progreao. Arrived Ptb, atra Hayway, Norfolk; Dlo, Mobile; Jrllleco iMex), (Salveaton: tern (St), Bordeaux; Managua (Ntc), Blueflelda; MRniaiillln, Progreso; Metapsn, BOoaS del Toro: Qulmlatan (Hond), Port Cortes; Ppeedwell, Hellre . Weathampton, Galveston; Lake tleber. Vera Crux. Arrived Sth, atr Leopold L D IWt), Nor (olk, Cleared !ib, atra Anlllllan i tit . Liverpool; Lake Capaaa, TeJai sirabo (Br), Buenos Aires via Gulfpurt, Yuma. Fronieia via Tamplco. Balle.i sih. ens Auguata (Hood). Puerto Cortes; llcn. fR. tor (Br), Liverpool; Celba "lb. full, Celba; C.oilo.Hund (Not), cirnfucgos, Bacandaga, Norfolk; Olynptw iBalg), Ant werp; OruMoUi Naw York. Bailed from Port Kadi 8th, atra Mauta. Porto RlCO; Ban Zcferlno illr), Taruplco. Ballad from Fort Eads lilt, atra Manta. Forto RioOl San Zeferlno (Br), Tamplco. Balled from Port Eada 9th. atra Commo dore. Kolllni (Nor), Tela; Madrono (Nor), Mobile NuliFOLK. Va. Aug 8-Arrlve.l, strs As trakhan (Nor), Port Arthur; WIMfaro (Br), Marselllea; Bcrlppln (Nor), Baltimore; Mtn- nesotan. New York; Warkworth (Br), Bblelds. Jonancey, Rotterdam, Bag Harbor. Wilmington. Arrived Sth, atra Wenakee, Philadelphia; t'toka, Jacksonville; Opawa (Bvi, Oliotobalj licmlngii da Larrlnaga (Br), Philadelphia ; Itanna Nellson (Nor), , Blrrah (Nor), Baltimore, Arrived Ml, atra Sepulga, Boatoni Cale iiuiiiet (Bala), Antwerp; Trocarne IBr), Greenock, Niels Nellaen (Nor), .New York, Attauulla iltuli, Alevandria. Arrived IHh. stra OsettS, Brunswick Mn pang, Port Arthur for Liverpool. Bristol. Itntterdaiii , Khodesla (Pan), Tyne. Baugara (Iter), Drantmani ChambsrinOi Presmu. e. Arrived Dili, atra Lake ilretnn, Middles brough; Bepulgs, Tort Loboa; Mnunt Ver non iNor). Port Antonio. Herspool (Br), Barrv; tXlamer, Genoa; Arnus (Bp), do. Balled l)lb. AM. air .1 H Pevercux. Boston. Sailed Ith, atra Plalnfleld. Barbados. Western Wave. Baltimore; Choyo Mnru iJop), New Y'ork; Tran.ljem (Br), Liver pool; B.ilKcpool iBr), Punklrk; bark Slrdal (Nor). New YcrV. Balled Sth, strs North Wind. Boston; Lake Canaveral, New England. Lake FtovHla, Periiambuco. Cranford, C.ulf of Mosiao! Elzasler (Uelgl, Antweip; Leveopool (Br), r'unklrk; Changulnnia (Br), Kingston. 6erre -Nor), Alexandria Sailed !th, atrs Ionic (Br), London. Jckrl (Br). Blerra Ieone. Sailed (tit. atrs Changuinola (Br), King ston; Munrlo, Havana; I.aka Canaveral, New England. PORT ARTHUR, Tex. Aug 8 Arrived, sirs Gulf Queen. Bayonne; Tecumsab (Br), Liv erpool, Hoibr.n.k, New ('rleairs. Arrived 8th. nr. Argcn. Providence ; Rheafmount iBr). Tyne; Hwas Oble (Chi), Norfolk. (Julfmald, Philadelphia. Arrived 9th, stra Winifred, Tamplco. Per fectlfm. Tamplco; Rayo, New York. Sailed sth. strs San Marcoe New York; Burn Well, Port Lohos, Texas. Cape Hat terae, PBMBACOLA, Kla. Aug 9 Arrived, str Shenf Mounl dlr'. Sabine. Sailed lth, atr Draminenacren iNor.i, Free port. PORT TAMPA, Fla. Aug 9--Arrived, strs Lake Bebago, Boston; Temia Pamiea (Bp), Alicante. R..lo (Bp), Oattai Banoroft, An. tllla; schrs llarrv Peerlni, Norfolk; Shar vvog 'aux), Havana. Arrived Mb, str Ijvke Pearl. Baltimore. Bailed Sth. atrs llll'on, Baltlntore, Mas cotte. Havana vis Key st. Sailed (Hh, Str Maasdvk tPutch), Rotter dam via .la'-ksonv Hie. PHILADELPHIA, Pa, Aug ftArrlved. sirs Vacuum. Galveston; golulgtn (Br), Payal; PfttSfnore 'Be), London. Arrived It It, strs Brighten (Nor). t'nrt,n tordo; Frednes (Nor), New W:k. (lara baldi, (lefle vie Borton. Cretan, Jackson ville and Bgvannah: Oreednn, Boston; motor a. hr I'anekonge (Dan), Hamburg. Cleared 7th, sire Portsmouth, Havre arid Rouen, Robert M Thompson, Tamplco; Mon tauk, Antwerp; Chas Bcaley, Baltimore; Lake Frar.ee, Houston Cleared 9th, str Vinton County, Puerto Columbia. Passed down Marcus Hook 9th. 1:50 PM. tug International, towing barges Ssucon for Gloucester, Y'ardley for Lynn and Tioga for Rearaport. Passed down Ileedy Island 9th. strs Pauls, bore, Philadelphia for Tesaa City ; Persian, do for Boston. Passed out Delaware Breakwater R;h. 4:40 PM, str Igutz Mendl (Sp). Philadelphia for Marseilles. PaseO out 9th. str Bi Sillier (Br), Phila delphia for Antwerp. In harbor 9th. 8:20 AM. str Cro (Nori. from Newport, C Wind tut, SW, It miles, partly cloudy; smooth sea. , PORTLAND, Me. Aug 9 Arrived, str (ieorge G Henrv, Tamplco. Palled 9th. atrs Frieda. Rablne. ByJyl, Norfolk; Lska Fugard, Provldencs. Wind 8, light breeze; clear. RAN FRANCISCO, Cal, Aug 7-Arrlved. str Cuba. Havana, are. Arrived 8th. str Hague Maru (Jap), New Orleans for Kobe. Railed Till, strs Hyrranlt (Br), Shanghai, Dta, Manila. Balled Sth. strs Silver fiheli, England, Waltemata. Sydney, NSW. SEATTLE, Wsh, Aug 8-Arrlved, str Eastern Victor. San Fianclsco. Pall'd Sth, str Lastcrn Exporter, Franctaco. PANP KEY. Fla. Aug PaMed W Plieussen ihri, Gulfoll and Sarge, M lite, Charles M E'ere.t, Betterton. Castle town and Palern ( ounty. Paseed W yjh. atrs Sun. Phoenix, Antlpode (Br), Goodapeed and W M Burton. RAVANNA4L Ga. Aug 8 Arrived, atr City of Montgomery. New Vork. Arrived 9th. strs Lake Helen, Cuba; Mer rimack. Philadelphia Palled 8th, strs Calllsto (Dutch), Rotter dam. Howard, Baltimore (not previously).. TAC'OMA. Wash. Aug 8-Bslled, str Hay mnn, I'nlted Kingdom. TAMPA. Fls, Aug 8 Arrived, schrs Anna M Hudson, Ragua la Crande; Fannin Kay, Calbarlen; Herald, Havana; Nellie, Belize Arrived 9th, strs Texaco, Tamplco, Mexoll, Sailed Tth, atr Lake Llcoco, Wilmington, Pel. "OLE FOR A GIRL; JILTED. ''I''. Pleadlnar Gollty In $1,T50 fteft, layi ( ur.d Lowo. J! tr"jk th money to make myself I-,,1 lh9 Kirl. but when I was -d Ihi i.ft m cold," Ernest L. ' .. 0 ysara old, of 389 Nlnety iv i"1"1, aniokln, declared yes lria. ..' Klr ('ounty Court In llUhslrSUy t0 the th" "T 11.760 t aunt' v. dS- CUI an1 ifmeit ,rom slim I ,, ' Sa,ile Llnderman, with n he lived. Hke her " C6 aln- or any 'TS who ave the 'oun l meiT""''1 ""'ence, Inquired If "Mien- WtM "lr01"I,1 with ere'!'"'1 r" 'hat he guessed r Plenty of women left." qJ! '"" Are Quiet. lrrxetnn.ad qu,t m yesterdav'. aaltr r. rrlnt clotn Pr'ee were llon w " rrn"nued dull and little """leued o ;,P?rtv d ln W001 ,00(U- Slll toUng. q 1 u blJt raw silk la accumu- w C""AnnoeiBeetBesiti. naiuiiced'1 A,Jf' ' Censu figures 0a, U 4,, l"'1 Include : Brunawlck, t; pV'j, '""'see 4,231, or ll. per amf' M' vlaett). 69.JT2. 1 , '')!, prwloualy an- HUMIDITY, NOT HEAT. CAUSED SUFFERING Maximum of Yesterday Wat 85 Dmgnet. w It waa not hot yesterday as most persons thoiiKSjl, according to the ob servers down In the Whitehall Hulldlng who watch the prituko of the elements. Ab Hip temperature went New York fared very well, the maximum nf 8S de gree being recorded at I o'clok In the afternoon, standard time. Higher tem- poratjjri'H were recorded In Ronton and Portland, Me., and a cormspondent ln Oneco, Conn., declare the mercury climbed to 114 degrees at noon. The loot) weuther men are Inclined to believe something was tho matter with the thermometer. Tho cause of tho suffering during the day, In the opinion of the enparta. waa tho humidity, which demionded to hi de grees In the late afternoon, but Jumpoi to 70 degrees before sunset The pros- I act for to-day arc a continuance of v. hii r l.iy'a warm spell with posslblo re lief through local showers. Just how local these nhowers may bo tho nuthorl Ug at the Wathr Bureau were hot able to say. Lea Townsend, 4fi years old, of Pleas ant Plains, Slnten Islsnd, was overcome hy tho heat nt tho Bt. George, Htaten Island, ferry house, nnd died before the ItTVKl of nn ambulance. Ho wts the only victim or tna heat reported during the day and th first Staten Island vic tim thia summer. REAL ESTATE NEWS, NOTES AND GOSSIP Pan ltro AMERICA PORTS. I By Mall 1 ABERI'FEN'. Wash. July 81 Arrived, achr Luton, San Francisco. BEI.I.1NGIIA.M, Wash, Aug 1- -Sailed, str Argus. Weal Hartlepool. Et'RRKA, Cal, Aug 2-Arrlved. achr Sophie Chrlitensen, San Francisco for Melbourne. HONOLULU, July 31 Arrived, strs Ecua dor, San Francisco; Brave Coeur, do for Shanghai and Manila land proceeded); New port News, San Fraueleeo for Manila, c. Sailed Slat, achra Wataon A West, Puget Sound: Roy Somere, from San Francisco for Papeete. PORT ANGELE8. Cal, July 81-Sallad, hark Thos P Emigh. Sydney, NSW. PORTSMOUTH. Ml, Aug 7-Arrived, str Sangamon, New York. SAN FRANCfSCO, Cal, July 31-ArrIved. atr Crown of Toledo (Br), Seattle for Liver pool (to finish loading). Arrived Aug 1. se.hr H D Benrilisen, Va vau. Palled July 31, sir Stanwood, Wlllapa and Callao. v Wook Opens With Tradinjr Normal In Spite of SoaHonal Stanatlnsr Factors. CLOTHIERS PAY CASH FOR BROADWAY LOFT Wm. H. Whiting Co. sold for the estate nf Orlando W. Hutler the six alory loft at 28 Heekman street, ex tending through to ajid Including 18 Spruce street and covering a "pot 24x185, Wlldol Company, Inc., David Haum president, sold the seven story loft at tho northeast oorner of Delancoy and Wlllett street, 2Gx7S, to Henry Brlm berg: alao the three atory building at 234 Delancey street, v. I on. to iOSIha Goldman and the six story loft, 3Sxil, at 50 Wlllett street to Jacob Rubin snd Mayer Strum. I'ollnck a Co. and Alex ander Haum were the broker. The four story business building. 39.11x42, Irregular, at 224 and 228 Church street, northwest corner of Har elay street, has been purchased by Wlll lan Minder from Caroline de Forest and others, executors. Apartment and -Flat Sale. Tho three five tory apartment houses, 125x100, at 504 to 612 West 158th street, near Amsterdam avenue, have been pur chased by the Regulus Realty Company from Theresa Berlnsteln, executrix. James H. Crulkshank bought from I uilse Heode through Harry Hugarman :'iill Avenue A, a four slory tenement, v lth store. 3xSI. The four story flat, 20x98.9. at 50S West Thirty, fourth street, near Tenth avenue, has been sold hy Charles J. Tcner and others to Mnmle Levin. Morris Florea sold for Jacob L. Man helmer to Herman Rdelman tho two flats at 116 and 117 Eaat 1 J Ith street, on plot 4nxl00.11. Isidor Berechner bought the five story tenement at 64 Jefferson street, 25x 104.4. Nathan Levins nnd the Bryant Square Realty Corporation bought from Pletro Vlscardl the five story tenement at 513 East 69th street, 26x100. Salvatore Mussabchl bought 558 .Sec ond avenue, a four story tenement, IS. 6x82. Samuel Gllrksninn bought the five story flat at 19 West USth street, 25x 100.11. Susanna Hoffmann and Susanna Relnle bought from George Brogtln the five story tenement at 1571 Second avenue, 25.5x100. Max Helch bought from Esther Peutsch the five story tenement at 238 East S4th street. 25.5x102.2 Herbert K. Schwarts sold to Harry Josephson the four story building with store at 198 Avenue C. 27.6x82.6. Bertha Is'nsteln sold to Minnie Stone the five story tenement at 222 West 114th street, 25x100. Adrian Gorman bought the five story' front am! three stnrv rear buildings at 23k East 30th street. '21x98.9. KattCO Nli'comlnl bought the three story hOUM at 29 Downing street. 27x7". The six story tenement at 231 East Ninety-ninth street. 37.R5xlO0, has been bought by Benjamin and Harry Decker. Dwelling Rnyrra Active. Harry Sugarman sold for the Heyran Realty Company 253 West 131st street, a three story residence, 17x100, to Man dllbaura Ivin. Katie M Moran ought from Mary W. E. Mc.Monegal 171 West Eighty-seventh street, a three stnrv residence, 20x 100. s. The three atory dwelling. 18.4x100 11. at Si West 120th street, facing Mount Morns Park, has been sold by Addle He, to Sldonla Froellch. Louise Schuler sold to Max Benjamin and Frances H. Wolff 211 East Seventy-seventh street, near Second avenue, a four story house. 25x102.2. Nathan Rltter sold to Angelina Cappo and Nicola Monaco the three story dwelling. ltal0S.ll, at 170 East 111th street, near Lexington av. Mary A. and Elisabeth Woods bought from Mary Kelleher the three story dwelling at 225 East 124th street, 20x 100. Terrain Realty Company bought from Samuel H. MeClenahan the three story dwelling at 161 West Eighty-eighth street. 16 2x100.8. Benjamin Kaplan purchased the three story dwelling at 334 East Elghty flrst street. 15.6x102.2. Margaret E. De Oroot bought the three story dwelling at Jll East Fif tieth street, 16 4xino.. Thomas R. Crawford sold to Rosje C. Brlllhart the three story dwelling at 44 East Fifty-third street. 18x100 5. Gertrude Andrews sold to Isidor P. Martin the three story dwelling at 245 West 123d street. 16.10x100.11. Rav V. Angerman bought from Lewis H Schulta the four story dwelling at 501 West 150th street, 15x100. Forest HtUs Inn Deal Closed. Title to the Forest Hills Inn, at Forest Hills Garden, Queens Borough, passed Saturday from the Sage Foun dation Homes Company to the Forest Hills Inn Corporation, of which John M Demarest. vlce'-presldent of the Sage Foundation nomea Company, is presl- Rosen for Morrla Hlehee t ii dent and H. 1 usnae vvtiiiams, presineni road L to LrT "I:' 1 01 the First Mortgage Guarantee Com- THEATRICAL STARS ARRIVE ON KAISERIN 'Ole Bill' Coburn, ' Hackett and Others in Party. The Kalserin Auguats Victoria brought Into port yeatcrday from Liverpool what can be described only as a ""gsaJjury" of theatrical taJent among her 206 cabin passengers. included among the stars were James K. Hackett, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Coburn, Mr Gordon Aali, bettor known hero as Eva IeonarU Hovne. Jlr. nnd Mrs. Coburn announced that they would star in "French Ieave," a popular comedy abroiul, which will be produced here bjr Marc Klaw. Donaid Calthrop and Sidney Fulrweather. favorites In Lon don, will be brought here later by the Coburn to appear In 'The Young Ter-t-.ui In Pink." which as might havi- been suspected by a ah.-ewd student of lan guages, Is English. Others on board wore Carl Espy, head of the Espy Cotton Company of Havaunuh, his wife, son and daughter, and Gilbert Campllne, English Inventor of tho motor scooter. The shrp brought among lts 979 steerage passengers at least 500 Irish men, women and children, who were compelled to go to Liverpool as a reaul: of tho British Government edict tgalnst liners stopping at Irish ports. MODISTE ASKS $2,613 OF MRS. E. H. POTTER Defendant in Suit Is Member of Havemeyer Family. Mine. Marie Antolnatto Slrle, a Paris Ian modiste, brought suit for J2.613 yes terday In the Supreme Court against Mrs. Emily H. Pott. r. Mra Potter was served with the complaint at tho sub way station. Boston road and 177th street. The complaint states thu the plaintiff m lured, fitted and shipped a number of gowns and evening wraps for Mrs Pot ter and has not yet received the balance due. Mrs. Potter home, Clearvlew. Is on he grounds of the Country Club of W (tc nosier, she is a member of the Havemeyer family and the wife of Ed ward Clatkson Potter, a nephew of the late Bishop Potter. DEALS i OTHBH BOROUUJHS. George Kean and Louis Zucksr bought the five story apartment, :Sx63, at the MUthOMt corner of Shorn, ;, avenue and lltth street. The Bronx, from the Adelsea Realty Corporation. The fai tory formerly occupied by the A- "urham Shoe Manufacturing Com pany, at 94 Stockholm street. Brooklyn has beer, sold to the Brandt Manufactur Ing Company. j"rul11 Es(ate Company- soil 163 and 15 Fifth avenue, corner Lincoln place, Brooklyn, a four atory apartment nnd business building. Sflxino for the Homo Chcle Realty Corporation to Daniel Muarlo for Investment J. Lacov sold for David Cummlngs to Hjtnaii Segal a two story house, with garage, 40x100, at 1093 East Eighth street, Brooklyn. " Martin Company sold In Brooklyn, for Richardson Pratt, the three story dwell ing at 35 Plerrepont street, also to Col lison. A Kllngman. Inc., the six story hulldlng at 301-303 Adams steeei .Kings and Westchester Land Corananv Iwla H. May Comoacy leased the fol lowing cottages: At Far Rockawav Queens, for Oscar Mnn.!el.n Ocean ave nue, to M. Bcfaaubar; for Helen M. Mur ray, on Franklin avenue, to Georir a Rogers, Peet Co. Buy Parcel Near Union Square). Horace S. Ely A Co, aold for all cash to Rogers, Peet Company the sight story office building, with store and lofta, at 543 to 846 Broadway and 140 to 150 Fourth avenue, occupying about half of tho squnro block between Broadway and fourth nvenue and Thirteenth and Fourteenth street. Th entrance Is at the northeast corner. It ha a value of about 11,600.000. The property has a frontage In Broadway of S fnet nd on Fourth avenue of 135 feet and contslns an area of nearly 25,000 square feet. The total floor area of th building In nearly 200,000 square feet. This prop erty I used by the purchaser for Its general and executive office and whole, sale department and on the first floor and ln the basement Is Its clothing store. Tho sellers were the trustees of the Wnldorf Astor estate. The building was built nhout ten or twelve years ago by the late Baroa As tor from plans by Clinton A Rueell, architects. On Its site wns locnted tho famous Wallack's Theatre, afterward called the Star Theatre, and It was part of this block that was owned by Alex ander Hamilton, who sold his land to the Aator. International Motor Truck. Ths International Motor Truck Cor poration reports for six months ended on Juno 30 net profits, after charges and Federal taxes, of $2,168,421.23, an equivalent, after It preferred dividends to $6.64 a share, earned on 283, MS i l ares of Us outstanding common stock of no par value. RESORTS. Canada FT RESORTS. Caasda. XOsmOl The World's Greatest Highwiy T The Pidfic Coast A BUSINESS trip to the Coaat is delightful paatime whjin jrou croaa the Canadian Pacific Rockiaa xcllent dining car isrvice compartment observa tion cars. Liberal atop-over privileges. See VANCOUVER, Canada gateway to tho Pacific, with the Vancouver Hotel of metropolitan atandard; and VICTORIA, a bit of old Enjjjand, with won derful drivea, fin golf linka, and tho aumptuoul Empress Hotel. Call or writs for Tour P 118 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY P, R. PERRY, General Agent, Pener Dept. nil Brosdwty New York City All Information concerning Cansda furniihed on requeit. Cinadian Newapapers on file fct I and VICTORIA, a bit of old England, with won- HK!U I derful drives, ftno golf links, and tho sumptuous mffM Qj)SJ I 1,-mr.r.a. Hotel. afTMLI 3 3W1 UK mmwm - iiiiiini -i -srMMMJlHKBfflf ( ''MBffiBBBBjMjAsWjsBj . .. ii, i sIBIHlllllB REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. Arthur CMto,l,y JflNKPH r. DAY. Real Ralate Aurtkmeer. 17 Uherty st,, N. Y. Plwna Corl, T44. . JERK JOHNSON JR. CO., Anct leaser. IN Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. CITY REAL ESTATE. CROSS 8BROWN COMPANY e n4at r.slsie In all Its branches. 18 KAs'r 4 1ST NT. 401 fROAOWATl fHES Buatneu Property I B. WAKEMAN Downtown Properties, 101 Hrosdway. I'lionn ( ortlandt 718. INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, ETC HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. cuan, on t. rover street, to Herman Kramer : at Rdgomere for Miss H. FIU gerald, on Bay Thirty-fourth street, to J. Rnhlnovvltz. ftr Irving I.unlne, on Mr Klnley avenue, to I. Nag ; for Mdwarrl Ktellges, on Bay Twenty-ninth street, to B. Cohen ; for Harrlman Construction Company, on Hay Twenty-seventh street to Mrs. Sarah HIrsch ; for Benjamin Sack, on Bay Twenty-seventh street, tu I)r. I I. Harris; for Superior Horns Company, on Bay Thirty-first street t strs. rt. .vtcix: ror Irv ing Eunlne, on leased from William Iselin o. tne pany and president of the Queens Bor- OUgh hamoer ot c ommerce, is mot tary. The deal involves approximately 31, 250,000. Downtown I.easev Reported. Charles F. Noyes Company leased a suite of offices In 45 John street to the Norwich Union Indemnity Company. Candy Company Takes Lease. Tim I'. R. S. candy Mores, inc., McKinley avenue, to t. GrO' J. Albert Johutra sold the x ronm dwelling and tfo ear garage at 451 Myrtle nvenue. Flushing. Queens far Patrick Itcilly to Abe (ierton. SI BI RBAN THAXSAfTIOMs, Oeorge Howo sold the Colonial resi dence with a sixteen acre esUte on V entire fifth floor of 315-57 Fourth ave nue, comprising an area of 20.000 square feet, at an aggregate rental of about 1250,000. The floor Is now psed hy the Bed Cross, which will vacate on Sep tember 1. when the csndy company will take possession of the floor for Its execu tive office This move indicates an J energetic extension of the "Happiness vvur.am cruia- Somerstown road. Oaslnlnir M v in Everv Box'' stores L. J. Grcnllch to F. 8. Flgsby of 'ew ' shank Sons wers the agents for Will York city. The property was held at I lRm ,8lln Co "nd the R S' Gndy C0UGHLIN BABY HUNT GOES ON. 155.000 Ward Carpenter A Co. sold a bunga low and garage at Lake Mahopac, N Y to Wlllard M. Smith. Joseph P. Day and H. W. Sullivan sold for B. Marcuse to K. H. Flckenger tho old fashioned mansion at 271 Park BIH avenue. Yonkers, N. Y. George W. Both sold at Scarsdale for Bush Wilson house in Autenrleth road ; also for Mra T. Irving Tompkins resi dence In Central avenue. Greenville, to John M. Meyer; for Mrs. Louise S. Holloway house ln Lee nvenue. Pennsylvania Police Confident He Will Re Foand. PHti.ADKi.rHiA, Aug. 9. After a week spent In tho examination of Augusto Pasquale, known as "the crank," and the running out of numerous clues the police to-nlsht were still without any trace of the whereabouts of thlrteen-months-old Blakely Coughlln. atolen from his crib on June 2. Major .Lynn 0. Adams, head of the Pennsylvania State police, derlsred to-night h Is con fident the child will be recovered within h week. More than 100 of his men, In addition to the local police and postal Inspectors, are engaged ln Investigating all possible clues. NEWPORT-MUCTl'Ojr R E ft PITTS. ! Joseph P. Day conducted a sale last Saturday of the property occupied for many years by the Cloyne School for Stores. Inc.. were represented by the Brett Goode compsny as Drosers. RFXENT BITERS IDENTIFIED. Mary D. Qulnn Is the buyer of the Ave story apartment at 515 West 1 34th street sold recently. Anna Rubensteln is the buyer of the dwelling at 121 West 129th street, sold hv the Cnlon Theological Semlnsry. The dwelling nt 202 Fast 110th street. ' sold recently, was bought by Frances I Plrrlncluny. ' Mlchele Schlro Is the buyer of the I tenement at 24!! Second avenue. IN THE AVCTIOW ROOM. (14 VESEY 8TRKET.) nt Jnaeoh P. Day. Boys, on Training Station road. New- ; iSfru . ,30 w, a a. S2S w th av, 20xioo.lv, rort, R. I. The property was subdivided "ty bmt dwls; Jaa M Emmona as' Martha E wenman e' si; am, les-nw a tj...i.i:a attva: nartltleni to defend. By Henry Brsdy. to 1410 a lot SHERIFF ST. 47. w i. 76 n Delancey St. 3Sx .A.. L, v 79 5 sty tnt 4 atrs; Pouahkeepils Trust Co tfeet brought : mm Daniel, et al; 8 W H ngton avenue ,enld. atty; due, 111,371.12; taxes. c, 11,1)69.54, adjourned to August 23. By Samuel Marx. CHRTSTIE ST, 77. w a, 51.1 a Hsstsr st, 26x30, 4 sty tnt 4) strs; Central Union Truit ro agt Hiss Oaatjea et si; Larktn 4 Parry, attya: due, 18,117.1I; taaaa, go, 1130.53, to plaintiff II J.ooo Into eighty-nine lots and these, to gether with a large building and a bungalow, were sold for a total of 12!.- 955. Tho frontage on Training Station road brought from 2Zo to Inside lots on Exeter s from 145 to (100. Huntington avenue lots brought from 1100 to f 200 each, and the block on which the school building was located brought 17,000. The bun galow went for 12,700, the buyer ob taining threat additional lot at 1 100 each. DINE ON THE ICE THOMAS HEALY'S Golden Glades Roof Broidwsv at 66th St. TWO GREAT SNOWS SUMMER (It ) SHOW and "AROUND THE TOWN" With Clever Artists And Pretty Girls Galore Nightly at 7:30 and 1 1 :45 N. B. Catering at Your Home, City or Country. Wedding Receptioni and Private Partiei a Specialty. nance and Dine In the Country at the Mav-Xovemher Farm. Hinsdale, Xevt York. Special Midday Dinner everv Sunday Hotel Brett on flail ' Broadway, 85th to 86th St. eknay Station at Sfldi Street Cenas, NEW VORK Larorti and Hot I fftn'tiva Jidtouu aad Theatres. For Transient or Permanent Residence. Kurnl.lied er I'nfiirnished Suites. All the ('..mfnrta and Advantages of the Best New York -City Hotels at Attrac tive Kataa. TRANSIENT It ATKS FOR KITHEH ONE OH TtVO PERSONS. BOOMS WITH PRIVATE 1IATR. 5 PER DAY IP. Parlor. Redroom and Bath. IT Ter Day Cp KKsTAl KANT OF IIKMIF.IT STANDAIM) AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES m Cbe manbattdn Square 50 tn JS Weit 77th St. Facing Museum of Natural HUtorj. Special Summer Rate Newly Redecorated. SUITES AVAILABLE For Immediate or Fall Rental. Furnished or t'Dfunilshed. HOTEL MONTAGUE 10,1-lOS MONTAtil'K ST.. BROOKLYN. DESIRABLE COOT. 01.TSIDE ROOMS T minutes from Wall St. 3 minutes to all subway. At Clark St., Court St., Boroufb Hall Sub. Stations, leases and Reservations now being made. 1, 1! and 3 rooms snd bath. Transients 12.00 per day and up. OWNER MANAGEMENT PhonMalnS45 HOTEL MARLTON I Weat Ith Street, Neil to Fifth Avenue, Near Washington Square. American and European Plan. Apart menta 1, 2 snd 3 rooms. Attractive Summer rates. INDUCEMENTS FOR YEARLY LEASES F. W. HATFIELD. HOTEL ORLEANS 10 WEST STH ST. ONE ROOM WITH BATH. ONE R"OM WITH RUNNING WATER. ONE SUITE 3 ROOM! AND BATH. IMIghtfnlly lerated Exceptionally low rent, HOTEL MAJESTIC Central Tark Weat at T5d St. GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL. Its West 51 St. HOTEL NET HER LA M. 5th Ave. at 59 St. INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, &C. LAW SCHOOL WOOI.WORTn BI.IMi., NEW VORK. Afternoon Classes 4:15 to 6:15 Evening Classes 7:30 to 9:30 COI RSF.S OPEN TO WOMEN. Term Begins Sept. 13. CASE SYSTEM. Write for Bulletin "H." Mount de Sales Academy of the Visitation Rslab. is.. by SMers (if Visitation. Music, Language and Art Course. Colljgo rieiiurHtory snd elective. Com modious buildings. Beautiful grounds. Homelike environment. Outdoor recrea tion. Cstalug on request. Ad. THE DI RECTRESS. Catonsvllla, near Balll mora, Md. THE MACKENZIE JUNIOR SCHOOL FOR YOl'NCiKK ROYS, S TO 1 A Chrlatlan home achool in the upper Ram apo region, on Lake Walton. Elsvatloa 1.0U0 ft. All schools aporti. Careful prap srstlon for leading ae.ondary schools. Prea ant enrolment 4.". 1800 and 1000 a year. Circular and Information on request. Monroe, Orange County, N. T. WYOMlSli SEMINARS A co-educallnnal achool vvnera boya and girls gel a vision. College preparation, Huilneis, Music, Art, OrAtor and Iiomestic Arts and Science; military training, Gymnasium and Athletic field: "A year; endowed; catalog. L. L BPRAGCE. D. D.. President, Kingston, Pa. NEW YORK COLLEGE MUSIC, lf.3 W. T'Jd. NEW YORK CON. MUSIC, 114 E. S.'.th. RESORTS. New England. TOUR NEW ENGLAND Perfect Roads; Magnificent Scenery: Good Hotela. For Road Mnp address WM. KIM BALL, Sec'y, N. E. Hotel Ass'n, Draper Hotel, Northampton, Man. New Hampshire. BRETTON WOODS WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. H. The Mount Pleasant. Opens June IS, closes October 1. C. J. DUNI'HY. Mgr. The Mount Washington. Opena July a, closes October 14. O. J. ROOT, Mgr. For booklet and information address Hutels. Vermont. FISHING! FISHING!! mi from flv rHrs of hr to on hundnM can rtch ttth hcrr. The Lake i ,ul 'dunmore hotel, Lake Dunmore, ermotit, I. the place, In the h-irt of the Green Moun tains, a charming hotel kept like home. The frw hook vvuh pictures shows everything. Ke' d '0ROSCOE A. MARVEL, Managing Dlreetor. Rhode Island. . ... Nsrrangnnselt Tier, R.I. The Imperial. e. (.albrey, Mgr. ( nnnctlcnt. An Ideal Home for Summer snd Autumn. EDGEWOOD INN 0RESCH' PRSD8RIO A. PRfNi K. Manacing Owner. Telphnrif! Qrttawtfltl 1T50. I niu lslnnil. CanfenCity Hotel GarJn City, Long Island. As cxelualve Amarioaa plas bote! artti as a Is carte resteuraat far uwMvrlsas Nauheta Baths. hreflenl It-Hoi. Golf Caurs Pro I Oajses lugumi electr'c realm frem Pans. SMkies 1. J. LANNIN CO.. Pros. Neve Vork. mmmmmmmmm, ConsliliT the IWIC.ORVIIMl AIR M IdMI K IA I' vtnws ( OMI'llltl Mil K AC( OMMODA HONS In tlia Catskill Mountains reached by THE ULSTER it DELAWARE RAILROAD when planning your summer vacation. Through tralna from New York In S..i. : i. .n with West Shore It. R. llrect connection st Kingston Point with nteainera of the Hudson Rleer Day Line. Lliti of Hotels and Boarding Houses Revised for the Seaaon of IMO Will be aent free cm request. T. W. FT.EMMINO. Traffic Manager, Kingston, N. 1 riiBWiiiiiitii-;ii:!i'aivBHiiiMi CATSKILL SHAWANGUNK MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION For tiavl map and t;enrral .ntormatloa addmM Pfretary, Klniaton, N. T. HAPPY DAYS tlRA'N'f'.E I.AK B PARK. NFAVHUROH, N. Y. risnrlng, Hosting. Bathing, Fishing. Church and Club excursions Invited. Connecticut. riMIV U(lI1Ci7 Woodmont-on-Sound. r.LlTlrl I ITWUijC Large, cool rooms, spa cioua verandas, overlooking water; city con veniences; excellent table. G. W. PORTER Atlantic City. ROYAL PALACE 1 HGTELACOT1AGES.e& vtKsBcadv ATLANTIC ClTY.N.J CONVENIENT TO AiL AMUSEMENTS ScaBattis. Diet Kitchen .Orchcjtrvv Opdtjf300. Open all the Year LEXINIjTOK Pant; i- ind AtLanftn- Ave. Capacity 600. Ottf blora fron Million Dullar Pier, Res.linf; rfeput iod bet l ath ii' !'- li. 75 Bath house with ihowen foriurfbathen. nlvata ar to h- h. F.xlvnsivaporrhe and ball room, tlor. Light am) runninft witar inrnoroi. Private hath. Orrhatra and dancing. American plan 3 up daily. 115 op weekly. Evopoan plan 11.50 up dallv. Firtproof Carace. Booklet. Phone 3280. M m. M. Hanlelt. COOLEST A MOflT ATTIXATTIVK Location. Hotel Esplandds WHQLB BLOCK ON OCBAN FRONT. Boston to Woverclgn SVS., in exclusive Chel sea section. Idil family hotel. Capacity B00. Private ami public fresii and eea water baths. Orchestra. Panclng. Booklet. Ownership direction. W. 1. SHAW. lAflanKcCifvifsfhe H&ALAMAC J Fronting the Ocean. HOTEL SHELBURNE Open All Tear. Brighton Reach, N. V. 200 Roctns. All Cnnvenlheee ; Spacious Veranda; Purf Rathlni, Ball Room; Panclng; Jars Band. Writ For Folder. Low Season Rates. CON 11NEN1AL- Tennessee av., near Beach. Always open. Private baths, running water ln rooms; elevator: ucellem table; whits service American plan. I4.UU up dally: special weekly rates. Boukiela. Garsaa. M. WALSH DUNCAN. PBINCRS South Carolina Ave. and Beach. rnmvfcnrlck. Steal and stone construc tion. Running water In rooms. Elevator. Moderate rates. Booklet mailed. PAUL C. ROSKCRAN9. Owner A Pro.rlttor. SOS Washington'.. Brooklyn, New York Fall Term Begins Monday. Sept. flth. Mend for Catalogue. ONE Ml UM from both Brooklyn snd Manhattan Borough Hall Subway Slatlnna. BROOKLYN LAW SCHOOL U. S. Secretarial School Mt-M FIFTH AVE. 1 4 STH 9T.). The oldeat and pra-emlnently the most suc cessful. Prepares for and obtains excellent secretarial position., tl'rlfe or rat atop in, HARLEM 30-SVBJETTS IN ALL-Jo" Tur n a Stenography, Bookkierdng, Etc. H II ft liomestlr Science, Millinery, Etc. i ii iviiai t ,-sn nr wrlt, for oooi,,,, 8CI10OL 134th flt. a Leaoi Ate. Hotel BRIGHTON LONG BEACH, L. I. AN BXCLU8TVB AMBRJCAN PLAN HOTEL Directly on the Boardwalk. Hotel Bus meets all trains. Phone Long Beach 201. Westchester. HOTEL AMATAN ID niMuW ""i (.rand Central 60 electric trains daily, city coo veniences in the country, (loir tennis, saddle horses. Dally Concerts- DANCING. Henri Pauchey A Son. Inc.. Lessee, Lawrence Park, Uronzville. N. Y, v THE WILTSHIRE VirglSln Av. and Beach. Cap. .ISO. Private baths, running water, elevator, Ac. Amer-plaa. BAMrKLJSLlJS. Owner N..I COLLINS. Mgr THE AMBASS ADOR.-Mlantlc City7. Newest and Most Di-.iin.-fi.- Ilutel. Ashurj Psrk. HOTEL ALBION Bench Front Hotrl. Running water In every room: prtvafs baths, elevalor: cap. 300. E. I. TOWN8ENT). AUDITORIUM HOTEL TtrT Alloutalderocms. Geo. H. Cornish. Owner A Mar. Ocean tlrove. SURF AVENUE HOUSE. On bltvK to OceAii nnd AMmry Park. Modern home conking. Booklet. EldrMge Broa. New .lerney. rtarcliff Jodofi BRIARCLIFf MANOR, N. Y. AN IDEAL I 1 M III ON BUN. 10 Miles np the Hudeon. New Bookkeeping CUn Sept 13th. Thorough training to qualify for complete charge of books ln any business. Enroll. FRANKBROAKBR. O.P.A.No.l, 81 fifth Av. ACCOUNT ANOT CLA88E8 FORMING. PACE PACE, 80 Church street. New York. BOOKRF.F.PF.R.-Oet out of the rut; become! a certified public, or cost accountant , go Into business for yourself: demand for expert i accountant, exceed, the supply; our gradu ates earn over 1.1.000 yearly; learn at home in spare tune by our easy y.tem; send for booklet B. and special offer. Universal Busi ness Institute, 31" rullman Bldg., New York. ST. PAUL'S. Term begins Kept. 23. I&j Stewart Ave., Garden City, Long Island. Onen for Inspection to 4. Phens 1U. Ostein. Address, WALTER H. MARSH. Heatfmastsr. i QedneyForm Hotel WHITF. PLAINS, N. Y. OFEN ALL 1"EAR. Near Fork. PAUL SMITH'S HOTEL ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS COMPLETELY K (JUTTED COTTAOM FOR BENT. Alae Housekeeping Camps Along Lewes 94. Regie Lake. TAt'L SMITH'S HOTEL COMPANY. PAUL SMITH'S. N. Y. M r. WheJnn. Mr. NEW MONTEREY NORTH ASBI RV PARK, N. J. The Retort Hotel Pre-eminent DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN American Plan Capacity 600 Famous A la Carte Grillroom . Dally Concerts and Dancing Brokerage Office Sherman Dennis, Manager SAMI Kt. KRONSKY, Inc. Heal Estate Brokers. fir. Liberty St., fireeley 7T3. Mm bridge Rldf. (Sreeley A4U3. KLEIN & JACKSON, REAL ESTATE OPERATORS. Nil Fifth Av. Voaderoil! ISIS, George B. Corta, Real Estate, Sale or Lease If) East Forty-third Street, New York - V SPEAR & Co., Commercial Property hvi Hronnway, Bluyvftnt H27. HENRY I. COOPER, Real Estate 200 Broadway. Tel. Cort. 5283. JOHN M. THOMPSON, REAL ESTATE 21" Broadway Telephone Barclay 2TS0. (nines. Vsn Nostrantt A Morrison. Properly Management 25 East Slth St. EUGENE A. WALSH E. SHARUM, BEAL ESTATE. 170 BROADWAY. t.llhcrt Fllloll W. B. Spencer Real Estate 1M Nassau St. Beek. 2SS4. HARRIS. VOI OHTACO. I Mm Sth av. REAL ESTATE. I Tel. Vderbllt Jl. I Q UlfUin rn Inc.. Real Estate Specialist. J.D.WUUU tU.:r 7th av. Tel, Tjnro. 1119 Louis Carreau M'iZtKlT'f. I Mil II. VI I). Ml P .VI Kit K. 1411 Broiidwa ( ortlandt lie: WM. A. W I1ITI. A SONS. 46 Cedar st. Tel ,700 John. DOIGLAS I. EI.IIMAN A (O. U East Huh St. Truiii Battery lo llh St.. Inrlnslra. A BARGAIN Two 5 story brick atore Improved tene ments, Chrvstln street and Grand; Mg re turns, low rents only. Address C. P. COHN, HC Lexington Ave., City. Abore 14th 81. to BStli St (Inclnslve). Klver to North Blrsr. HFor Sale" Former Liquor Warehoiue Modern and heavy construction; Im mediate possession ; 7 story, 45x100. Price 1180.000. Near Cunard pier. Duross, 155 West 14th St. St. i "FEWNSYLVA74IA ZONE".". T.A.&J.j.Fo0arty I 'it i w. 3.td St. ritsrehr "" ) Above mh Sl.-Jth Av. to East DWELLING, 64 E. 124TH ST, Three Story Brown Stone. Price lll.sso. Pnsaesaion. LOUS SCHRAti. 14? West 23d St Above 59th St.-5th Av. to North River. FOR SA1.K Immediate Pooocsiion Weat Side Dwellings ? nUl Escellent $32 three story. Fine oration. 2 bs'hs, electric light. Real Bargain. Quick action necessary. enn Nesr "2nd Street Subway ,ovw Ptlton Remodelled S story dwelling, two hatha, parquet floors. f 71 niW An American sBssement. $40,vvv Whr gSA Slnftk ;n foot, three bsths, excellent condition; re cently remodelled. , ff?7 511 Near TDth Street and West $H,OVU Kn(1 Avenue, 19 foot, American Basement, three baths, side light. i ri1 In the Seventies, n"sr West ,ouu Knn Av,nu, modem hlh- eioop dellln, three bams, per fect condition. $42 Foil particulars SLAWSON & HOBBS 1 W. 7tnd St. Tel. Col. 7!40. DWELLING, 107th St, Near Drira. Four Story, 311 West 107th 81. An Estate. Price 135,000. LOl IS S( IIRAO, 142 West 23d St. 'A MOVNTAIN PARADISE THE ALAMAC, MT. ARLINGTON, N. J. on LAKE IIOPATCONG. ' Golf. Fishing. MACK LATZ CO. . PROPERTIES FOR SALE, snd to lease for all requirements. BUSINESS AND P.ESIPKNTIAL. F.LEt II S T. MACKI S, 10 Eaat 42d St. Phone Vanderbllt Horough of Brooklyn Sale or Bent. FACTORY BUILDING, 75x92, 3 story and basement, for im mediate possession. G. WEBER & CO., 5-7 and 9 La Grande St., bet. Grand and Maujer Sts., Brooklyn. FINE HOME 1910 av V, 11 rooms and bath, plot 75xl00t three blocks Neck Road Station, B. B, sub wavi.V. fair to Times square and Queens! price 110.000; rash I3.50O. Apply TH Oosaa av. or telephdne 2034 W ( . I. polo s r uui ski. r III III) LAKE. N.J J. BINSWANC.EH. Phone Netcong 2IJ. 49 Miles from New York Only Hotel oa I.ake Front. I (.rruRlStfQtn A Delightful Resort oint Pleasant.N. J. w&ei.rk FHEB OATALOO OF ALL (Boy.', airts') SCHOOLS OR CAktPfl la C. S. Apply Suite 1101 Times Bldg. or pbone Bryant Ml The 0-te-sa-ga On Otsego Lake Cooperstown, N. Y., Open Till September 20th. ON THE EMPIRE TOURS. Pennsylvania. ss tho AipeeT Ames ago" mm 3BLUE RlDCf MOUNTAINS oucnsi in ia springs, r nana i in aj.. i A Distinctive Summer ana AutumnReaort A strictly m- dern hotel with excellent Ublt? and service. Attitude 2000 feet Splendti mads; golf tennis, etc. Will Reimiin Optn l mil itetober .oh . .filMmin. MutiHger KENMORE TERRACE Reauiiful n.w brick and .tone bungalowf, 7 rooms. 2 baths, larfs living room, sua I porch; very exclusive neighborhood. Inquire of Owner, Telephone Flathnsh Till. 76 HEMLOCK ST., $5,500 I room frame, detached. Imm'dlate poa. 'session; i7 block ( vpress hius stsjion uei- inaton Ave. "JU, not i.sier. fiuiw ajas 1 Rl CKERT. 45 Wllloughby st Brooklyn. a Bedford Av. Cor. Dwelling, 15,0O(L I Fine location. Elec; parquet floors. IvfuTRlDCE. 7T FLATBCSH AV.. BKLYN. iFUTJUSHor. Kierl0r,T'iril,r5k Boron sh of Queens Sale or Rent. aranel Cnlon Hotel, Seurstesa ssjrtavgs, M. X. The Palm Beach of the Nortn. 6UCKW00D INN .haenee-on Delawara.Pa. Ideal Country Hotel of America. BCCKWOOI) INN COMPAJiT. (It. B. WORTHINOTON, Pree ) tl. nsA-J Mt. Pocono. Pa. Open all I He UntWOOO, lr: modern fine climate ; elegant location; booklet. E.L. A E.V.Artman. Factory 35,000 Square Feet Queens Boro; equipped. Tlree Story and Reaement. Large vacant plot for expansion. Good female labor market. High pres sure boiler. Sacrifice 55,000, without machinery. Easy tenna. Judeon A. Harrinfton, Sole Broker. Industrial Real Estate, 52 Vanderbllt Av. Telephone Murray Hill 7TS! and asm.