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TflE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1920.
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15 Witt Strt
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THE NATIONAL CITY BANK
OF NEW YORK
AND BRANCHES
Condensed Statement of Condition at of September 8, 19Z0
ASSETS ,
CASH on Hind, In Ftdtral Reiervt Bank., duo
from Dinki. Binkeri and U. 8. Tretsurer . I2J1.089.076.57
Acceptance ol Other Bsnks 10.M2 .822.71
Uruted States TrMiury Certificate 19,S4.0OO.CO t261.205.B99.28
Loana and Dlacounta . , MJJ08.M9.62
United States Bonds, other Bonda and Securities M.047.065.13 aiJ
8ck in Federal Reserve Bank . . . . ... 1,800,000.00 M4.656.0H.75
Banldng House iS$i
Due from Branch JMS?
Customers' Liability Account ol Acceptance; 'PriMSi'Zl
Other Assets 3.226,07647
t0824l54J74,7l
LIABILITIES '
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits 196.405.999.86
Deposits ... , .. 652,560.689.24
Reserved for Taxes and Interest Accrued ........ 4.028,781,30
Unesrned Discount 3.425.234.54
Circulation . . . U94.432.50
Due to PederaJ Reserve Bank 133.057,807.02
Other Bank Acceptances and Porelrn Bilts sold with our
Endorsement f ... 21,851.060
Acceptances, Cash Letters of Credit and Travelers' Checks . . 74H9.959 13
Bonds Borrowed 2J33.200.00
Other Liabilities 3,457,464.52
$982,854,574.71
REAL ESTATE NEWS, 1
. NOTES AND GOSSIP,
tulMIni at ilO WVst I'lrty-elsUth
treel to United flutes lluliber Company
slso. with the Itrvant Park Iialnff
Company, spacn In 1TI9 Uroa'lwuy to,
11. j, jonoi A co.t m 33-35 wasmngtnn
Placo to Milton Ilradley A Co., In 3J6
llrosdway to Percy Whitby, In 632
Uroadiray to Mesrop Ksssrlan, In "13
Hlitli avenue to the Williamson Veneer
. ItEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION,
REAL ESTATE IT AUCTION, ! HEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
Jh:lllers Fcnr Ponding Action 7 ,cJ2,,m."1 my'n,nl"
of Lofjislatiire; Mnlerlnl
3fnrl(ot Gliaotle.
Thomas MnKionn leased for John II.
MoCartrsy for n term the two five Mory
hullillnw at :s: ami :5 West Thirty,
clflitli trot, lov.uf
i;hnrlw 1'. Noyta Company leased for
(hr.H veura (Iia rlAnp In 104 Prnnt street
With the rlarttt perspective It If not',0 Jacob l)roat ut an amfBste rental
rtlfTlctilt for tho architect or consiillliitr, of about 110,000 and ublcl space In
(0 Church street to T A. fulllnan,
Hiwftr A Co, leased rioor In 31 IJast
Fourth street to J.lin w. Hartfield, Inf.;
almi floor In SH Kan Twelfth street to
Oilier A ClellitMi, ement In 63 Km
Kleventh strtet to the Norwich I'liar
nilcal Comimny, flw In 5 Kat Third
rnorosAi-M
CITV Of rKNHACOIA, FIX
SIM,0,0 IliS,
lleeU and Itelt rutlrud linpr.tf.itnl (Wada,
Principal and Interval l'aat,le In tlold Oln,
rtfaled l.d will b. received liy tlw IIoatiI
"f C'ommlaalonera of Hi. City t Penaaeola,
i from flrotember Ifltti. llr:0. tu twtlvn
o'clock noon of Oetohcr IS-tli, HSU, for all or
n r part oi tn mr or reneaeoia u,i.uj
' ? Dock ami IWtt ilallroad Iraiinn anient
lici.ff for delivery to jurehut Nowmber
1, WO. v
Hide muet be en form ef riroj'al fur
r ".d by Die City ef ivmarola.
'i lie rliht Is rearrtad to rvjwt any or all
(iM.
Kor further particular adrttr the t'nltisl
Htatta Mortcaf. and Trim ('onaiany, ii
f -er at,, Xvvt Tork, X. V., or th umltr.
.Itrl. V. f. HANriKIIH,
Mayor CIMy of IVnaacuU.
Atlcat: I.. H. llrlnUrr, City ark.
THE WEEKLY CURB MARKET.
INDUSnUALH.
1o)a Acme Coal. ... 21. :
KM Aunt niploa., Il
00 Mr ItMuetlon.. 4
WAIII.o Parkln. 10
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70 Chllda Co...... K
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lUIColu Km.ralcl.. 7
45 Cramp Hhlp... 70
JWConUy Tin Foil 21U
onocont Motori... 0
WW Patln, Wm A. J9
IWO Hmplre Tub.8 ISH
MTIrtitom Tin. 121
700r,irland RH..,. Vi
100 Gardner Motor. 21
ii(WO,n Aaphatt.. CSK
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1900 C.en TrKtor... i
JOjrinMnyn Ht . 1
7tloodyear Tire 10
"'olOrape Ola I1,
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r.'OO lltrculei Tap,. Wi
VtWIIeydtn Chm. 4'i
IIOOHock Val Prod 74
IlrtOO Indian racking t,i
100 Inter Prod 19
Inter Ilnbbcr. . HVi
.13 Klrby Lum pf.lOS
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I'OOLIbby McNeil,. II
r.00 Lima Ixico.. 74
100 Lincoln Mot 'A 41
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1200 Mercer Mot...
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100 Nat Leather.. II
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200 Htand rartl.. 10
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700 fiwlft Int 11
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100 Toll i'r Uxp... i:
So Todd Hhlp I7
fOOU H Dlalrlb....3
(1200 V H Illgll Bp T 3Ut
2200 V H I.t.4 lit.. 2'i
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SSOOUBRteam 211
WOOU 8 Melala.... 2S
11000 Unit Profit fill. IS
(WHUntt II Candy., 1 24
S01 Union Carbide. 07
150 Warren Ilroa,. 00
S1Q0 Wayne Coal..,. 31,
100 Weber A Hell.. 13V,
100 Wlllye Corp,.. llHi
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ODDITIES FROM THE
HOUSING SITUATION
PrAlura for the "aoflnnlnj: of mi ex
tortlonuto Inndlord'a lifnrt" worn offered
up ni-.-ntly nt the Cplacop.il hyaline inlc
nion at" lirlst Church Cwthedrai in 'iu
Louie. The requoet for the irnycrr cm mo
from a tromnn und won rruJ nloud t
fomo 300 pereonii who hail gathered for
Iho henlltiR. At the conclusion of (hi
rcadlnr of the Icllur, declares th, SI.
LuuIh Pout Despatch, tlnio wiu allowed
for hllnnl pmyer for the wonmti with a
hard henrted landlonl. Tlw wonmu
ituteil In livr letter tliat hor rtnt had
ben Hilrancnl and she wa ,i')out to Ji
evktiHl liecauao h 'i-uld not iru.t the
Increaae. "I'ray that ny Inndloid's
heart may bo Mlenvrt," rho plrideil
Thla Trnmita' I.rnu'ar la PiipiilHr.
Hinlnxfleld. Ma.., ltns n tftmntr
NnsuA th.it Ik volvlnir tlio rental prob
lem of that city to tlio .itlxfactlon uf
both tenants and landlords at loat
Iho reasonable landlonl. Aptulletl liy
th product of Udnit foreel nventualiy
to ctirrender tlielr pure(- completely 0
projKrty owner, "fvo lenunt In Kiwlnie
fli'ld bandi'd tosetlur laat aprlnx In un
.ffntt to chock the rlliil tldej of rcntA,
C'vncre of apartment proportlM acoffeil
nt flr-t. but Mltice then they have met
Iho rent pnyorV organisation In court
many time and have compromise, l.i
more than f.00 cjhch. And In that abort
time, the Hprlnsfleld Uepubllcan points
out, the Tenant' Protective Ataoclatlon
ha Krown to a membership of 3,109, hai
attracted attention all over the country
nnd ha bocoma a factor In Maaeachu
edit .State politic.
ltadlcallm ha been kept out of the
organization and to tint fact and a!ko
to buslneiis llko methods the heads of
the association crt-dlt Its succeraes. Its
fjecutlvc rommltteo comprle'4 thirty
tiro member, four from each of the
clsht ward of the city, and In this
manner Its Influence I equally distrib
uted, Wllllnrnf to meet tin: .Inmllor'Ib
hnlf way anil pay them reasonable rviiti,
l.'cluilln; IncreaK' that arc fhoivn by
Invretliratlon to be Jurtlfled. ha been
the .policy of tho oriranlzatlon and hai
mail, amicable ndjuatment lmnilble.
That the a.M:lritlon ha lx;cn a benefit
to the community nt larse l admitted
by conservative property owner, who
declare that the activities of tho or
ganisation have dono much to stablllxe
realty values.
China') Clay Cliff nnelllnt:,
When we speak of homes built of clay
In the United Htate. we mean brlek. nut
J alonir tho bank of a certain river In the !
tncfleeer to tauae with approximate cor
rectnim .the present Irend of the build
Ine material and construction situation,
says tho Dow Rmlcc Dally HulldlnK
Ilcports. Ilecently there liavo been tmo
prlco rhaniffa downward. This sudden
shift was fully Anticipated by the writer Mrtt , NAttl'nn ri,man, floor In it
of these reviews a year oo last Auaust, WMt Kiftontts strut to James 11.
when the trend of tlm bulldlne construe- r)(rey.
tlon 1 market was outlined a follows 1 j, Arlliur F,clrr ....j ,0 Kp,leri
Quotations on bulldlne materials will j. Hhaplro store In 101 Went JVrty-flfth
rule at present 1 9 1 1 levels for tho re- ,tret.
malnder of this year, with some factors, Charles J, Qulnlnn of Wood Dolson
such as lumber, steel and cement, rrsd- Company, Inc., leaned for William Hcott
ually crowding- for higher per. IVtal n flVB ,ary dwellltijr, UxlOO, at 310
ronstruetlon wl)P represent this year Wet IOthstreet to tho Urant Corporn-
flJlJi) between 0 and to ier cent, of t,-n, which will alter It lntomall suite,
normal, liy tho sprint of 1950 construe- Worthlnutuii WhltehouN-, Inc., rented,
tlon worh will Imvn renehed ltween Co fumlihul. fur Ilobert 1'. Ilreese hi isl-
a'.j 70 percent of n normal year, slow- denes at H9 Kant rilxty-rlrst street to
'iHK up ar, tho Presidential election ap- Itonald, Truf, '
J . roaches It climax, (.nntlutilnc with il- Duff ft Comer, Inc., leasm! the follow-
rrniHlnif fiutirltv until th sprlnK of t!'2l, tn nnr.mfnU In s Kat Hlsty-tlrst
when tnir will I a hulldlnK revhdl v.f ireet to Pr, H0b.1t It Itucliley. 11
moro ir Irttet nrtlflclsl stimulation until .N'lnoty-slxin stroe! to J. Doull wMllli r,
thtisi.rlnir of !!::, ' Jjfl last Klnhiy-iKlli itreet 10 ,M, HaloK
".Muc'.t wl'.l dnwnd upon the cunfldnno ami K. C, rindell, In 55 Kant Nlnety-thlrrt
he building Inv.-stors will pur In the striK'. to Marsh Allen snd N. II. Ca
now Admlnlitratlon," tho IMS iinalysts '-unt, In ,,s Itnat NMni ty-fourlh street to
contlnnen, "but by l:t tlje tfnidltlon of John ) IJvans, fharlotto It. Itou'rra ami
construction will have become so rnrwrn- ChariM J, t.'ney. In 1311 .Madlaon nvo
vated thrown tlm timidity of the pro- nuo to John ll. .Morrison. In IS2C Mntll
fewlonai builder and bulldlnir InvoHtor. m avenue to Mt. Itlchnnl h. 0'.r
with demand even more ncutn than si and In H2 lxlnutoti avenue to A. v.
present and with hulldlnc material sup. KtHy, Jr.
ply quite Intimate to meet tho demand,': M. J. Heltnont bued stoio otid b.te
that prices will he nt lesst at war level, "lent of 11J1 llrvadway to 8ho Henieo
If, Indeed, not actually beyond them," I Corporation: also for H. Uuiwoff. store
fundamental conditions to-day through-1 nnd basvmsnt of 11 D Itroadwaj to
out the entire construction and building. Kreb A Arkerrnoti ; alo seventh iloor
material -supply markets dictate clearly In 10 and in Weft Twfnty-setund trett
still weaker price condition ilurlnu tlw. to John lierxnwiu; eievenui nwr
next sixty days, Tliere are at least two '7 and 9 West Thirtieth Htieet to Corhan
WHAT IS IT?
k EVERY DAY Part of it goes on you.
EVERY DAY Part of it goes in you.
SOMETIMES you get in part of it.
The Whole of It Is Against the Law to Get In!
VOU CAN GET NEXT TO IT ON OCT. 9th!
Apply (or bookmap to
J. CLARENCE DAVIES, 149th St. mul 3d Ave.
JOSEPH P. DAY, 67 Liberty St.
Ilrother. for Ilvweok tt Ilregeri lott In
131 West Twenty.llith "treet, to It,
11. Drriw Company i M'ce In 133 tt't
Thlrty-flrrt Htr-t ti Ily Undersar
ment Citnitiy ; ;..ft In 112 WestTlility
first street to HelLr & llron, and o!"
spsro In 3 Wct Twenty-ninth street to
JiwlnM Tiiilnlnir Coriwrntlon.
li K. Van Winkle leased, furnished,
the iipnrtnirnt'at li Wat Klghty-elglit
... . , - - M ll. ..,.,, . nun at I1!0
either unable to produce IrtilMlnsr mate-: v "n 'ja, Wnn lM.
rials bocauso they cannot xet cars with " "' ...fur,,.,,!,,,! apart-
which to transport raw products to'?"" .n'"i JM.! ..'. .11! i'.rl, .,.
.hm kun hw.1 M elnw Hmi lH'SI III mlf l.llllivi. ...
month of doubt nnd disquietude ahead.
Tli reason are: First, the pending ac
tion of a Leiflilaturd tlinl hai already
proved Itnelf h"tllo to the bulldliif con
struction tirogTnmmo; se-cmd, tho unset
tled Industrial and economic condlthm
usually nttiitidant uiion the c:oflni; days
of a l'reldentlal cinipalitn.
It'lmt .Mnnnfuclurrr. Art I'lti'lntc,
In the meantime manufacturer ar
INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, &G. , INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, &0. INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, a
Accountancy Lecture;
"Whv Modern Ihisinesa Demands Accountancy-Trained Men,"j
a lecture bv Charles It. Couchman, C. P. A. (.mo.), will he given
at 8:15 P. M. on the following evenings:
September 20 Accountancy Institute of Brooklyn
C5 Hanson Plnco, Brooklyn. Telephone rroSpecJt 8000. t , j
September 21 New York Institute of Accountancy
215 West 2M Strcot, Now Yorlt. Telephone Chelsea 1981.
Fur t.ml4ioit rnta to IhU leetiir nl 3J.pie llull-tln of Krenlnj riaav. In Areoji"
Uly joi'i llii.liv-rt AdmluJitnitloti, rlte nr lekplinne either of the above wnn,l,
,..... ii,.i,.., , .11 i:iifiw
leauso they cannot get suttlel'-nt cars ;V7u. ,?,.' Vin.inn muilVn" at "S",
to transport the irood tit,... they lave h r. U Mai " P" llJ '. 'V
lwen manufactured. Kven tvltoro cars ml I'r est to A, ,11.
are nvnllable the cnslifnee do not want I ?",'";. V", 11 1 Ti l I idman
dellverlei because tho new bulldlns proj- 15 Bust Vortleth s rcet to IL L. Kidman,
ects for which they were ordered have J; K; 1 VM'?ftnX' "
been held up Indefinitely through strikes ! I r"S" Wh tehal. stie.-t to PpeUMt.
or tumors of strikes or h.sltancy on the U. Jones 13rt--r o. and .1. II. Ulooia.
Cusack t'ompati! Ii-rec apartment',
at 100 Wert SfVenty-iishlh street. Ira
De'.le Woo-lmnn. Ithets MorPti nn'
nioma Wowltnan
It 1 1 1 X X T It A N H A CT I ( ) X .1 .
par: of lending Instltutlom to make
loan in the face of such itret condi
tions as now prevail.
1,'nder such conditions, with tlir'n'.tned
bank crellts In manufacturing -vntrc",
tha bulldlne material manufacturer will
be Inclined to makn concessions on price.
I.umlxir, clay prvduets, Unseed oil and
some other cwnmedltles notably In the
Jiv:. - I OKden avenue, o.mer of l2d street, ar
Sclrcs:mhyrheywin Jf- 1$
able on to the market at attractive
Usurer,
BOOKKEEPING
Itifrr nr. two wva of li.mliw a JfMlllt At'Ot:NTAVTl on tlirniiii
i-ir of IiihIom. t.rv,lure: tha isher tlirotich U(-t. Intiiulre tratnloc liy t'i
IIIKKKIIIl Mi:ill(ll"a methol uhlcli 1II two M ln te, not nvf
i:nt nlll 0non,trtn nlut tliy cn ilo, not ht they can nv-hnlcslly memisv
COMPLETE COURSE, 4 MONTHS
.'liUl llralteJ cU Tuely soil FrHiy, 7 to a I' M ownrjenrln.'
SEPTEMBER 28
nnnk-al ttaiiUn. ileUrDl to ounlify cutlentt to opn. ccjyJurt and Ho.
, .i of l.,L., llnuatln horn, atiuly ami oul r.pvtltlvu routine. I Ol:
ntv nxirt trrnts, iil'hixiiss mils a.m ui.miS
01 Fifth Avenue
i- r. tVnrr UtU
UROAKER & SCHMIDT
Stuyvesnnt 831
Optn ,'rmlnji
Pi
G3RD YEAR
ACKARD
COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
Lexington Arenne and 35th Street
i
Commercial, Stenocraphlc,
and Secretarial Courses.
Commercial Spanish,
Sfi4 Ar rrcfpvtui. So aollcltan
Day School Now Open
Ereninff School Opens Sept, S7th
Thi Intctborouilt Itanld Transit Com
pany sold for jllI.OOO to tho Ilev. John
llullHn tho spHrtmetit nouse at viJ
TheiB I only one hope for a pmia-
netit lowcrlnr f bulldlne; matertal price,
not frm preeent price levels but from
nrlco level Drcvalllnc nrxt prln. That
hope lies In the continued volumo of Im
migration, Ship compatiie tell the De
partment rf Labor that immigration ca
pacity westward It tnken for u whole
ear at the rate of many thousands a
month As basic bulldlns materials are
almost entirely the product of unsklllea
labor, this factor Is likely to have an ef
fect upon building material production,
but not for another year, at least, be
cause fuel I also a factor In price movement.
Hrlla DnlldlnR on 100 P. C. Plan.
Title waa passed from the City Con-
itructlon Company to Spencer Apart-
Ukan Protlnco of China, the Idea Is I ,,, .n.ir.u. i,v .,nnt nwnm. who
have elected as president, Charles II,
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lofty vertical cliff of clay affords homca
Henderson: vico-presldont, Jtls.i Clara
ll. Wels: secretary, Mrs. Arthur
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.1200 Allen Oil IV.
120000 Allied 01l....t 2S
400 Atlantlo' Oulf.. 734
1W0 Ark NafGaa.. 12
JOOODIery Oil l&K
DOOIIIf Heart 10V,
3900 noon. Oil 2(
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snoocartb flynd.... ISVi
2100 Cltlea R I! ctfs 34
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11S00 Cuahlng Fata.. H
11200 Denny Oil..... 1',
14800 Dominion Oil. 10
200 Hlk Ilaaln Pet V
17.VW Enaln lvtro... 1U
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Federal Oil... 2
i Olvnrock Oil... 2U.
i (Iranada Oil.. 104i
yiribffey Oil.... 334
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.000 Lance Creak, . A
1800 Living item ... Ci
COO tone Star Gaa JOH
COO JIanh Oil 7
SOOMarsealbo Oil. 1H
IWOMerrltt OU .. l&H
:tMei Pan .... 12
KMMIdwast If .15.1
WOO Mount Gulf .. If,
ISOONat Oil N J.. S
1500 No Am Oil .. 3
4100 Ohio Ranter S
'700 Omar Oil .... 3i
200 Panhandle .... H
300 Panhandle pf. OT'i
400Pcnnok Oil.... Vi
5400 Prod & Itef... U'4
4400 nd Iloek Oil.. i
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1000 Bait Cr Prod. 3.1
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7600 Slmtn Pet 14
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1000 Lelpzlc 5 10
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the. finger gives no feeling of grit. It Is
er.elly dug out with spadf, and n gre.it
mny c.ivj dvrelllngs havo been cxra
vuted In tho face of tho cliff, overlook
ing tho xlver. b'omo of them are ttvn
er.d three stories, tho clay being so
tenacious that thick horizontal layers
of It furnish n, series of floor. Nothing
at all like these houses 1 to be seen nny
where else In tho world. It Is said. Scat
tered over tho faco'of the cliff, amon;
tho cave houses, are quaint lluddhlu
(brines, with Images carved out of clay.
HOME BUILDING AT HARMON.
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tUEKS HOLDS IIRR URCOUI).
Queerus Ilorough, according to national
building statlstlci. was third among the
cities of tho country In tho number of
permit for new structure. The borough
was surpassed only by Chicago and I.oa
Argele. Col. This condition haa ob
talned for nearly a year.
Ira U Terry sold the Icvor building
nt the Southwell corner of Main and
Locust streets. Flushing. The name of
the purchaiier wa withheld by the
brokerage frrm. The building contain
Htores, offices and apartments. It wa
built a decado ago by the lato Dr. J,
Howard Lover, one of the beat known
practitioners on Long Island and an of
ficer of tho Queens County Saving
Bank., The purchase price was not an
nounced, but from outsldo sources It was
learned that the property has been held
In tho neighborhood of 1100,000.
J. ClarcnCo Davie, with Balph T.
Walker, sold the seven room frame
house, 60x100, comer of Wliltestone ave
nue and Chestnut street, Flushing, for
John IV. Crawford to Mrs. Mary l'lepho
FIschl.
turn the property over to a cooperative
society ntganixi'i! by mm among tne
members of tho church nnd known as the
Concordia Home Aoclatlon.
Kurs A L'ren sold to tho Dleo Hold
ing Company. Inc., the two four story
double Hals 39 nnd S00 I'.aat 136th
tre t. each n lot 35x100. Also 903
Kagle avenue, tlireo story frame, two
family dwelling, 1 5x1 2D, to Adam
Dermh.
J. Olarenco Davie sold for fJold
blatt & Isaacson to Catherine 8ulllvan
the four story apartment house nt 2S44
Davidson avenue, soutlicast corner of
North street.
Ilencnson Henlty Company purchased
th six story new law apartment nnd
stores. 50x100, at the northeast corner
of 176th street and llelmont avenue.
K. Osborne Smith, Ino eold for Mrs.
Annie Qarhe the dwelling nt 7S3 Walton
avenue to Miss KUie Schubernun.
IIIIOOKLYX'MAIIKKT XHWS.
HAMILTON INSTITUTE
iTt FOR BOYS
111 Wet Mih 8t. Ttl.' 528.1 BehUyler,
The Collet. Preparatory tichool which
U!lera In tn.
WirCATIONAI, V.U.l'K OP (1AM13 AND
tronT.
IS20 ronthall Team directed by Coach of
nwton.New Vsrk I'rep Hchow Ctaniploo
I 1915.
Entranc Ccrttflrate for L'nlvenltlei and
Colkcea.
Collegiate
School
U. Cllere rriptrtHrr SehMl
wn rtrM. rnmiry a.S J.nlr
areata. Mera UihI
buIUtni. Urn Ormna
ilum. Mltiurr Drill anS
.MMrvl.aA 11.1,11m
rsH 1111
Uyt I4MI.imrt,lf tart
Mtri rfr hfu ttft. MS
lrtkl,na.Wtrr.,-4,ur
BROOKLYN
LAW SCHOOl
L
EOt Waihlnxlon SL,
Brooklyn, New Tark
Pull term litxiii,
Monday, Vepl. Xlth.
Mend far L'alalorua.
vxu .viuir. rr.ro eota
BraoUyn and Manhattan
Harwich Hal! Subway Statl.na.
Ilobert (. Ttalmanno sold the factory,
200x225 on Nevln street, between Ilaltic
and nutler streets, for tho John S. 1
1 ,00m t Company to tho Commonwealth
Color and Chemical Company ; nlso plot.
iM.t atrret. and was sold on the Upotts 60x109. on the north side of Douelaiui
& Btarr 100 ler cent, cooperative plan. I street, between Xevlna street and Tlilrd
Snotta k Starr havo been retained by J avenue, for the John 8. lxoml Com-
the new corporation ns the luanagtng pany, and the three story house nt 177
TRINITY SCHOOL
134TVKST Blat STItKKT, New Vork.
IOl.M)l-.l 1709.
Primary. Grammar and High Schoola.
Prtparea for all Collect.
Iltth Year lleflaa Monday, Sept. S7llu
agents,
Drrrlllna; Sle Ilepurted.
Sluwsofi & Hobbs sold for William C.
Strange, Jr.. the five story dwelling at
.(to weit Soventy-elghth etreet, adjoin
ing the, corner of West Knd avenue,' ,r , Flatbush,
iv.zxjv. ... ... I nana : uuton onu icori;e iianim
South Elliott placo for the estate of
Esther I. 13sdell. :
Samuel Oalltsha sold for Joseph J.
FInley, Inc., to Alexander Shulman ft
two atory house with n double gamgn,
37.8x100. at 1078 Kast Twent--fourth
William l'lerre Jocktn sold for Mrs.
Mary S. Perkins two dwellings nt 59 and
61 Hast Kffty-second street! the buyer la
Samuel S. Duryee.
I', C. Hautcr Agency sold the two fam
ily dwelling at 367 ficventh street for
,.raii Miller to James McDermott
Hiiro, i I'aliaoino soia lor i.eun
sold the thrco story factor and garage
at 148 Leo avenue for M. Tohorlile to
David Brown.
Charles lllckerson sold US! Fifth
street, a three story dwelling, for George
C. Cnae,
llulkloy & Iforton Company sold 92
Rlerllng place, a two story dwelling.
THE CARPENTER SCHOOL,
310 .WKST 1".M AVK.
Col, 4,100. A Chrlittan irhonl for hoya.
2lt year bejiln. Oct. 4. Outdoor excrctae
dally, 1;30 lo 4;0. Prl. to cfcllene.
RIVERSIDE SCHOOL
870 WKST END AVE. (AT I03D,ST.)
Tor Glrla. Klnderearten. Elemontary. Itlch
Beliool. Catalogue. Telephone nirerHd. 0.
YOUR SUCCESS DEPENDS
ON YOUR ABILITY
If you aru nmbllloui, Inveatlcate the oppor
unltle Li Chiropractic. One hundred thou
aand raorr rnen and women ar. needed .0
1111 unoccupied locatlone a Doclora of Clt.
topractlc. Day and r.leht clatiea. New
elaaara formlnc October lat, limited In cum
bir. nooklet S free.
NEW VOIIK COLLEGE OK CIlirtOPnACTlC
1418 Broadway, New Voik City
BERKELEY-IRVING
School for Boys,
311 Wrt 83rd Nt.
Curriculum of the widen icope, from
Prmary B.'hool to Collect. Athletic
wa-mly encourajt-d. Hivlir.ir.ing Pool
and 'j)Tnnlum on the premlee.
tllatratrd ralalogur oa rrqo.it.
I.OVIS 1). RAV rii. I)., Ileadmaaler.
Telerhon. Schuyler 4SM.
ST. PAULS
GARDEN CITY. Ll
(imrdlntr and Day School lee
Coy. Only 40 mlnut. from r
Vers mi Term oegina pepi a
tiundlura open for loipecltoa
Dally fr.m U .
WALTER R. MARSH
HEADMASTER
ItS Steiuut Autw,
1'b.n
tl.rd til; 1144
MOO L
DAT AND rVtJINO DKITK
terwYort 72 Prf AveleL3B.38 Sts.
MrtMaln'-ConwT Irarklia and Jtt4non Armorf
REGENTS' Examinations
"WesrpoinrAnnapoiis
Ami foe Oulwnd "Rvttm In RtfnKt tlanf "
" FALL TERM JUST BEGINNING
THE PRINCE OF SPAIN
aa currd by ClIIItOPItACTIC, the
nevreat of druttcr healing lence.
Hucceai awalta all who learn thla l.u
manltarlan profeanUn. Can be learned
In 18 mnnthi. Join October cla.a t
fora new tatn becom. eff.'tlre. Per
l.artlculara, call or writ, for Catalog H.
NEW YOIIK COLLEOE OK CIIIROPIUCTIC,
1414 Ilroadway. at Hgth Street. N. T. O.
Kohut School for Boys.
A Country day and Hoardlnr School for
noy, 7.1S-. near New TorX city.
II. j. Kiitsi,, rrinwnai i-none no Parlt
UAimiBON.ON-SOI'Nn NEW TOnK.
llliss eonKliii's
SECRETARIAL SCHOOL
Twenty.flrat Year.
A athool whUi enulpa .'omtn for ,if
It., itandard la upheld by hundreda
of former atudrnta. ft nil for booklet.
Commercial Eugtfcere Eulldlcc
ST WEST MTU STUKKT.
WHAT". YOt It ASMVKIt?
Y1W (III NO?
Hae you foinul the work for nhi'h jm
at twai fltte.1 In which ou cat. je II
your .aMIItlesT From the atudy of the faiv,
our trained anal).t can drti'lintne tiki r.hl
Job for you. Thla atudy It haaed on pruvri
acl.nllflt! lai. Coin. In und a'K i.J I
alwut It. Ilooklel -a" on rwUMt. MKHTf'S'
INSTITUTE. INC.. OA riflh Ave. (at Till
8t.). N. V. Tel. Chelna 40J4.
ART SALES,
Hamilton Institute for Girli.
ItlVKIllIli: IlltlVE AND SOTH STIIKET.
Cnllej. Preparatiiry, riecreiartal, Pouiratlo
Pclenc. couraw. Iiner ii-hool, llramniar
and Primary (iradr..
GARDNER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Hoarding and Day. Primary to Pcxt-Grad-Date,
mretarlals Mulc; Alhletlro. Klrd
year begin. Oct. Uh. II K. 31 at St.. X. Y.C
PRATT
M'llOOI.. 05 Vet 4Mh htreet.
fiecretarlal training: Imllvldul
lintnicllon. Write for Catalog,
HOTELS AND BESTATTCANTS. I HOTELS AND RESTAUR ANTS
Bchwnrskopf to Vincent D. Calcnda 534 ?j"i0n for h411 V. VoUy
lUmi llCth street, a four story dwelling
19x100.
Tenement llonae Denla.
Morris Joffo sold to Lena Contl tho
three storj "a' nml s,oro 1,1 15'
tprdam nvonue. 19.8x100,
Conrad Harres sold to Minnie Jacobs I .Tito itoanoso Apartment ei
nr2t0nement "l 1570 isnita OI."ia
Michael O'Connor sold to Charles Pas-lBhantop Itealtj-J onlleD of M-nhat-aananto
228 Varick street, a tenement, tan. It was formerly known as the San
iinrnii.v iioiaen uvuhiil u.u. wo, ,. 1
547 West Ilfty-nlnth street, fobr and
il A. Hchlcs ng sola tne lour lamny
frame house nt 215 Ht. N'lcho!a avenue
for Max Huasakof to Rlward Hoerlelu;
also for I'hlllp and Itnrhara Mullcr the
lx family tenement nt 2J7 Linden street
to Bcrnhard Abrahams.
Tito noanoHo Apartment ttoici at t,-j
nv ctorv teneilients, each 25x100,
ratrlcli Hogan sold to Thomas Daw
son tho throe four story tenement at
338 to 313 Bast 132U street, tsxiow,
MAIIKCT NEWS imiUI'fl.
Adolph Bchulz was the broker In the
series of sales ror me uaniater iteaity
Clifford B. Ifarmon, owner of tho
residential tract known at Ilannon-on-Ihe-Hud.toti,
atateil yesterday that fifty
new homea have been completed or aro
urder constnictton In that develop
menL Ho also says $350,000 has been
expended on roads and property Im
provements. Lota, ho aars. have been
selling actively and most of tho buyers j
have built homes or are preparing 'o
do so. ,
On the side of "Harmon, that com
mands the view of the Hudson, ptten
t'ous residences aro being planned and
some of the foundations are already
laid and owners plan to have their
sunuitnAX tiiadi.yr.
Ityan A Co. sold for Anna T. Martin
her two nnd one-half acre eatato on the
fitato road at New Mllford. N. J.. with
a frontage of 500 feet.
Calder-s Heal Estate Company eold
the former Hllllard homestead on
Chrystlc Hill, Olenbrook, Conn., to a
Brooklyn client
H. Coldschmldt rented for John
Latham, house and garage on West
Broadway, "Woodmere, to Jacques Mar
qusee. Burks Stone. Inc. sold for Charles
B. Trlpter hui resldenco In Meadowvale, . West Seventy-sixth street, 35x102.2,
M slo a 25xl0T0h,rd aTtnU!' POThmaTMcton6 placed for Frederick
n'ZRS Company P. A. JShrA a first mortgage of lt.5 00
sold to H. Clolkosi 10H Avenue A. nt 6 per cent, on his residence nt 21
northeast comer of Fifty-fifth street, a Bngte street. Kn? Jhe "nio
five ntory tenement, 25.5x79.S. broker has moved 1 his 1 office from 558
Kochem Oilier sold to Peter Santero Eighth avenue to 302 Nest I'lfty-fourth
314 Kant 126th street, a five story tenc- street. ' . ,
ment "5x39 11. 1 W. D. Morgan negotiated the sale re
An'tonlo Ferrugln sold to Taul de ported recently of the dwelling at 550
Martini 223 Sullivan street, a five" story West 16Jd street -for the Schermerhor.n
tenement. 25x100. j estate to Mathilda M, Bunchk. tho ten
Other Sales) In Manhattan. Douglas I Elllman ft Co. haw been
Edward Sempllner has bought 354 appointed managing agents for 7 13 Klfth
Pearl street, a five story building, 23.1x avenue, a seven-story trtoro and apart
60, adjoining the corner of Cherry street Trent
Charles P. Doelger sold to Milton Otis Kean Is the buyer of the dwelling
Schnaler the two story garago at 207 at 147 SfeiH Thirty-seventh itrcst, scld
rtcently.
THE ELM WOOD
APARTMENT HOTEL
EAST ORANGE, N. J.
(I'nuVr AVw Managcnent
Newly furnished and redecorated
American Plan
ROOM & BATH (SINGLE) $25 Weekly; (Double $40 & Up)
2 nnd 3 room suites with bath.
A few unfurnished apartments to offer for desirable Winter tenant
OUR MOTTO:
"fiocl cooking and homelike atmosphere."
Phone Orange 7570.
BuffetGrillforLadies&Gentlemen
SPECIAL DINNER $ 25
Served Dally S to 0 JL
After-Theatre Supper, $1.2?
Colurabua
Circle
and Mth St.
REISEHWEBERS
HOTEL, LUCr.nNR, 201 Weat 70th fit.
HOTEL, WILUARD. 76th at. Weat End a.
EES0RTS.
Allanlle City.
Bronxvllle, t6' 'Wllmcr M. Wood; also' K. Louise Sands old to Jamcei Mc- Kmma and Sarah Chlttollnt aro the
rented for Miss Mary E. Thomo her Avor. Jr.. the plot. 40.4x85. on the weat hnvera of the dwelling at HO Weat
Women completed before winter seta In. residence In Valley road. Lawrence Park aide of Pleasant avenue. 60.S feet south Seventy-seventh street It will be altered
trn.i. nt thn liiiniralnw tvna nm belnp section to N. Tcrhune, and eold lota In of 120th street (nt0 small suites. '
nam jiauur w ucuiuuo iiinms, r.i .iuix uuumwaur num iu curiam jicnrtetia -satnanion is ine ouycr ol
durmann and Sarah K. Brothcrton. Brlttschnelder the two story garago at the garage at 24C West Hlxty-nlnth
tZ2 to 4.t vcst .usiin Htrcei, itixivu. utreet, sold recently.
EWA11K TnAXSACTrox.1. , . Rose Krucht Ih the buyer of the dwell-
.insir,iiij.i.,r,ui,3 i.r.i3i.s, i us 212 West lzza street.
Uuroi Company leased 441-1 13 West Theresa Mlehle Is the buyer pf the
built along the Croton lllvcr. where
the Berkahlr Hills make an Ideal back
ground for this stylo of house. ,
WIf.I, SKIil. TWO UWKI.LINOS.
Bryan t. Kennelly will sell ut the
Vcney Street Salesroomit on Wednesday,
October 6, 07 West Fifty-fifth street, a
four story brownstone front dwelling,
17.6x100.0 between Fifth and Sixth ave
nues; aso at a Supreme Court partition
sale by brder of Edward B. McCall,
referee, 138 West For.ty-slxth street, a
four story dwelling, 15x100. now occupied
by the Film Players Club.
As 1
TelM fir Feint Add for the Merchants
I"":' " sixteenth street lo the O d Town wi tenement ISO Hast lltth street.
the west side of Frcllnglutysen avenuo Company, Inc.: also part of the Newton ''1"' ?ftn?iBe,r. la. t,h...Vuror of
near Empire street. The new owners Building to the American Paper Box tne dwelling at 261 West llSth street,
will Improve with a largo factory build- Company for five years, part of the w recently.
lni-. Same brokers also leased the build- Stelnhardi Building. Ninth avenue and Fannie Brand la the buyer of the
ing at 17 West Kinney street for Abram Thirteenth street to Funk & Wagnalls, dwelling S44 West Fifty-first street
nothschlld to tho Liggett V Meyers To- Jnc, and 220 West Fourteenth street to Gertrude E. ilcFall Is the buyer of the
bacco Company, and space In 86 to 96 the Greenwich Village Toung Men's Re-' tenement 314 East 126th street
Park place for Thomas N. McCarter to publican Club, Inc. i Harmon B. Livingston Is the buyer of
the united States Public Health Berrlce. 1 cross Brown company leassd tin too dwelling 36 est uita stmt
ROYAL PALACE
miha B3v ATLANTIC ClTY.N.J
CONVENHENTTOALL AMUSEMENTS
BcaiMu. lmftxmen.Orchfstrex
iaaUiiTHi.upcaauiive lear
TIIK CAItl.TO.N,
In the "elect Cheliea Pwitlon, rieau
tlful aurroundlnea. II rick structure.
Saeclal Pall Hates. Itcnorne,l cul-alne.
-ATiANnccnrl
wJKlL)a faKEATBST itOTEL SDtTKS
New Jeraey.
THE BREAKERS
, BPRINa LAKK HEACn. N. J. '
'i! rVMfffl! Pt Surt Dsthlnj, (Jolt.
Tsanli, Klalng. Open until Oct. S.
iRESORTS.
New England.
Tour New England
This Fall
MOTOR OVCll WKI.I. lltULT KOAI.
WAV'S. IIIUUTIir. TONir Alll. VIEW
EVF.Il CIIA.Ntil.vr. KCKXrS JK
HMMnrt'S r.RRKN Tt'RN TO AU-
Tt-MN-s srAni.rrr ami r.oi.o. Cv.
JtIV NEW I-.NO UNIT AT ITS BItT
ANI AFTKK Till! UAVS HL'V
-flllAlNT WAYSIDE INNS. MODEItN
CITY HOlKIJt OH FA Jill IS RlnRTS
AWAIT V017. -suut
Kaod tor free Illustrated raa.il rial
In rnlora,
"Nw Enjland Tomt"
KblUhail br. tha NEW BNGtJlND
)TEI. ASSOCIATION, comprlalni over
two hunored of the beat hotels and raaorta.
W1I.1JA.V1 U. KIMI1A1 1 au.
k - ..... i . . . '
viwpmr uv. nonoajzipioa,
Extraordinary Sale
by Auction
T0-M0RR0W aP:30P.M.
and Following Days
SCHMITT BROS., Inc.
.143-345 Madison Au-nui-
announce-t that nwlnu to tlir lcliw of
bo r prc:nH.i anil prlw to r -iim al lo
523-525 Mad'son A enue
It hai aulhcfiiel
Augustus W, Clarke
to sell br aunlon au
extensltu collivtlon if
English, French and Italian
Antiques of the 17th and
1 8th Century, together with
its well known stock of
Modern Furniture and many
reproductions of the High
est Type, Mirrors, Objects
of Art, Sheffield Plate,
Terra Cottas and Marbles,
Etc., Etc.
On the Premises
343-345 Madison Avenue
47 EAST 44th STREET
Tlie halo will b conducted hv
Mlt AVflCSTL'S W. CtAHKi:
New Artrtr -tl tlam Wh SI.
THE IDEAL TOUR
1,000 mllca througli New England's scnlc
wonderland. Houte Hook ami .Map on appli
cation. 11R0 llroadnay, N. V. or lintel a.
ton. Waterhury. Conn.
Canada.
CANADIAN PACIFIC ItAILWAY.
r. II. rerry, Oen. Art. Pass. I)ept.,lUl Itw ny.
An adt'ertlscment in the host and
Found columns of TUB Stf.V A.VZ) .Vrrt"
YORK BERALD offert a real pouiMitu
of recovering vour lott property. I
NOW ON EXHIBITION IN
SILO'S
Fifth Ave.
Art Galleries
40 E. 45th St.
S.W.Cor.
Vanderbilt Ave.
James P. Silo Son. Auctioneer
OPENING SALE
and
Clearing Up of
AU Consignments
Left over from last Season.
Modern Living Room
Furniture and Dining
Room Sets, Draperies,
Blankets, Porcelains.
Bronzes, etc.
ALSO
Many Pieces of
Antique Furniture
Which Mint lie Sold
at Tlilt Earl) Date
SALE COMMENCES
Wednesday, Sept. 22d
and Three following days
at 2 P. M.
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