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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1916. HEAVY CUTS IH DROP PROSPECTS OF U. S. Wliont Production Exppctcit to Be Not More Tlmn 054., 000,000 liusliols. COHX IX SKKIOUS DA NO K II v OaU, Barley, Hyp, Potatoes, " Flax, Apples and Peaches w Show Decreases. $840,000 FOE TYPOS' HOME. Improvement to Re Made by Union n( Colorado Springs. J. W. Hnjm, secretary-treaiurer of the International Tynogranhlcal Union, an nounced yesterday that Improvement to rout 1240.000 will b mnde nt the Union Printers ljoine, Colorado Spring. These will consist of, an addition to the main building and other feature. An effort was made to have branch home established In other cities, but It wan decided to spend all of the money at Colorado Springs. COTTON MARKET. Washington, Auk. S. A falling off In crop prospect no serious that It wilt cause a loan to farmer of many million of dollar wa Indicated to-day In the De partment of AKrlculture August report, which forecast declines In Indicated pro duction In almoat every Important crop from the eatlmates reported In July. The official forecast of production were : Whiter wheat. 4S8.000.000 bushel ; spring wheat. 191,000,000; total wheat, 54, 000,000; corn, 3,777,000,000; oats, 1,274. 00.000. From the July forecast wheat showed lorn of 105,000,000 bushels; corn, 83, 000.000; oat, 43,000,000, and barley, 11,000,000, Resides, there were decrease In rye, white and sweet rotator, flax, apple and pencrrce. A heavy reduction of the Indlcatct production of cotton previously had been reported. Com, the nntlnn'n greatrat crop, la In a serious condition from drought, and If rain does not come soon the crop will be smaller than the forecast of 2,777, 000,000 bushel, which Is 45,000.000 bush els more than the average of the last five year. Other detail given In the report were: Winter wheat, yield 13.8 bushels an acre; spring wheat, condition 3.4 per cent, or normal, yield 11.2; all wheat, ie!d 12.9; corn, condition 7r..3. yield IS.t: oats, condition 81.5, yield .11.4 : oats remaining on farms, 113,398.000 bush els; barley, condition 80, yield 25.1 ; rye. yield 15.3; buckwheat, area 819,000 acres, condition 87.8, yield 20.9; white potatoes, condition 80.8, yield 100.3 sweet potatoes, condition 85,9, yield 98.B ; tobacco, condition 84.4, yield SSS.S : .tfiax, condition S4. yield, 8.9: rice, con dltlon 92.2, yield 37.0 : hay. area 52,504,- 000 acres, condition 95.5, yield 1.61 : cot ton, condition 72.3, yield 173.4 : sugar f beets, condition 88.2, yield 10.7: acreage of foregoing crops, except apples and peaches, total 308,930,000. tavrs Little Wheat for Report. if A wheat crop of 654,000.000 bushels M would amply meet the country's require ment for home consumption, which De partment of Agriculture expert estimate will be about 620,000.000 bushels. That would leave 34,000,000 bushels available for export, without taking Into con sideration that this year' unusually large carry over of old wheat was some 75,000,000 bushels more than the aver V as. Commenting on the report, the bureau of crops estimate Issued this statement : "Only a mediocre crop of about 654. 000.000 bushels of wheat compnres with ,, slightly over 1,000,000,000 bushel pro , duced last year and 728,000,000 the nv crags of the preceding live" years. A crop SO forecast has been exceeded In the last fifteen ears eleven times. About 70 Will. J .,,,- ...v,,, iui.wi I" winter variety and 30 per cent, spring. Ia the last five years about 67 per cent, bsa been winter and 33 per cent, spring. ; "During the last month spring wheat , prospects declined 71,000,000 bushels, and the preliminary estimate of winter wheat production Is 34,000,000 bushels leas than the July 1 forecast. The qual ity of the winter wheat Is fairly good, which Is In contrast with last year's poor quality wheat. Spring wheat qual ity is not yet definitely known, but the blighted condition of much of the crop would indicate considerable shrivelled and light weight. "The normal wheat requirement of X the United States la calculated at 5.3 bushels per capita, plus about 75,000,- 000 bushel for seed. In years when wheat Is scarce ,the consumption fall to as low as 5 bushels per capita and when plentiful Increases to 5.5 per cap ita. On the basis of 5.3 bushels, the " total requirements of the United State the coming season would be about 620, 000,000 buehcls. Oats Crop Above Average, The August 1 forecast of the oat crop, 1,274,000,000 bushels. Is 266,000,000 less than the record production of last year, but 116,000,000 more than the nverage of the preceding five years. The weight of a bushel appears to be running rather light, particularly in the northern portion of me onts belt. Prices average for the United State about 40,1 cents a bushel, which I 5.3 cents lower than a year ago. Our foreign trade. In oat I . small compared to production. Oc- caslonally we Import more than we ex port. In 1914, however, the flrt year of the war, wo exported 100,000,000, or a per cent, or tne crop. "The corn forecast Is 278,000,000 less than produced last year, hut 43.000.000 more thai the nverage of the preceding five years. The umount forecast has been exceeded four times In the last ten years. The crop was adversely affected by the drought prevailing over a large portion of the corn belt, the greatest loss being In Oklahoma, Kansas and Mis-, sourl : Improvement occurred In the ' North Atlantic States and Iowa. The t condition of the crop was more or less critical on August 1 In many sections; good rains would save the crop, whereaa continued drought would seriously In jurs It "The price of corn to producer of the United States advanced four cents a bushel during the month, largely In consequence of the reduction In condl- tlon. and on August 1 averaged slightly mor than a year ago. The quantity exported Is relatively email, usually less than 2 per cent. Last year's exports were only about 40,000,000 bushels. "Of the minor crops, potatoes made little change during the last month and -. foreran about an average crop. Bar ley prospect declined about ton million bushels, forecasting 195,000,000 42, 000,000 leas than last year's big crop, hut 9,000,000 more than the five years uvrrpge crop. 'Tobacco prospects Improved slightly nnd fofeunst 1,197.000.000 pounds, more than ever produced In one year. Apples and reaches botn declined in prospect during the month. Apples forecast a fairly good crop, considering the aggre pate of the United States, but pcichei will be a rather short crop." Prices In the rottnn market vetterdsv midfi another set of new high records, on a re- nrwsi oi excueo buying tontrscis lor nir tlcllverv sold at ih IS rent level, while December advanced (mm H.10c. to 14 47e or i.h a osie rrcm tne low point oi ine morn Inc. and closed st II Mc. Oilier months showed similar reactions Ists. but the dose was stead st & nt Klrinm of IS to 1? points. Alter opening steady at an advance of I DOlht to a decline of 7 nnlnta. tirleea turned easier. An Idea that prices had reached a nsnrerotialr high level and that spinners could not be expected to anticipate needs ut such flfures was doubtless a fsctor on the decline, which carried prices some 10 to li points under last nlrht a rioting, Cot. Inn was tradlly enough absorbed on a scale down to cause sellers for a reaction some uneasiness, snd a renewal ol bull support ws followed by an urgent buying move ment during the middle of the day. t Walt Street and Western Interests were buyers on this advance, while early local sellers covered as prices worked Into new high ground for the movement, with Jan uary selling up to 14.77, or practically 31i-2 a bale above the low level reached on the break of last February Demand then slack ened sod resitting caused reactions of 10 or 12 points In ths late trading. while some of the trade houses were re ported buyers, the most general Idea ex pressed by spot brokers on the floor was that the trade had practically withdrawn for the time being, and that nothlnc more than a hand to mouth demand could be expected from spinners, until more was known of the new croii outlook. There wss nothing to In dime Southern selling against prospective crops, while ths broadening outside Interest evidently rendered sellers csutlous. Private cables reported a lesa active business In Lltrrponl, anil attribute advances there to tears of a further sain in ths American markets. Otherwise, It was said, operators were retlrlnr, evidcnlly awaiting develop ments. Kxporte were 8.094 hsles. making 64.7M so far till, season, again! 36.452 last year. More fsrorabjo rop acvounls were received from some point! In Texas, following Sunday's rains, and few scattering: reDorts were ca. celred Indicating Improvement east of the river, but general extiectatlon appeared to he that the weekly report to-day would In dicate a barely stiitalned condition It not ueierioraiion. Kante of prices: Mon Open. High. Iow. Close, day. aususi., , , , , September October. . II II. IS 14 09 November December... 14 42 1187 14.10 January ... H.61 11.77 11.13 renruary. March.,.,, April....... r June July . II 65 14 : 14.75 11.79 I4.S0 II U 14.67 II (7 11.70 11.) 14.21-23 14.50.32 II 34-38 ll.l.'.B 14M-59 II U- H.7?B 11 12-83 14.83B 14.94-96 11 smi is eon 11.04 11.11 II IS li. :i 1141 14 M 14 31 HI. 14.71 14.74 11.7 11.15 HOTEL STEWARDS REQUIRE NO 'UNION' Some of 850 Delegates in Con vention Hero Oct, $16,000 to $25,000 n Year. END SERVANT PROBLEM? Tlioy Would Have Mr. and Mrs. Homebody Live In Waldorf-Astoria. There Is one, mistake which any one who visit tho convention of the Inter national .Steward Association, now In session gt the Waldorf-Astoria, should PEODUCE MARKET. REAN AND ri!AH tleeelpts, l.MT hags. Msrrow, choice, too Iba.. 8.70trf.7fl; fair to good, IP VP no; medium, choice, IP Mi fslr to good, nffp.4n: pe.f. choice, lli.-Ofro.75i poor to good, lOfflMM; Lady Washington, California, tfl.Mii small while, California, choice. i il.ljf 17.7..: red kidney, choice, ln.50ifili.nr,; fair to good, tttn.40; red marrow, choice, IS.POffOi white kidney, choice, tn.POCHO; Imperials, choice. $H40tt pr.n; yellow eye, choice, $7.0Uf8i pinks, California, choice, $7.20 7.30s lima, Cali fornia, choice, 10.754(11 Sfp pea. Scotch, choice, 1.1 SStfB.ll.l; black eye, California, t4.50fr4.no. Bl'TTF.K Hecelpts, 15.023 packages. Creamery, extra ('.' score), per lb., .loci higher scoring, lots, .104 ft.llr.; firsts in PI score), 2N2H'-ic: seconds I S3 to 7 score), 2rt(f2i '.c-i thirds. 24'i4(2.V4c.: creamery, unxalted, extra, ,1('if.1ic: higher scoring, ill i, CT.'c. ; firsts, Si,tt .'inc.; seconds. I'OtfZac.i stale, dairy, tubs, finest, Stiff I'll 4c.; good to prime, '7U 21140.: common to fair, 23 fi -.-0. 1, c. i ren ovated, extra. 2 7 ft 27 'sc.: firs'.., S.VifSflc.: lower grailei, 2S(24c.: Imitation creamery, firsts, 2.1 n 25 Vjc.i ladlts. current make, firsts, 24fl24Hc: seconds, '.'.Iff 2.1 He; loner grades, 22 ft 22 He; packing stock, current mske, No. 1, 2.1c.; No. 2, 22iU 23c., lowsr grades, 20 W 22c. CHRKgR Receipts, t.lll boxes, mate, whole milk, fresh, nets, colored, specials. HHc: white, specials. H'ic ; colored, average fancy, llifl6c; white, average fancy, ISHOKc, twins, specials, K'tc; average fancy, n,iul6e. . slngl dalslo. fancy, lSi:c.i all styles, uiulergra lcs. 12tll.4Ur . IVI.i-nalM -LttnlA ...III. ',nv be careful to avoid. Do not ask them' fresh, twins. mjlGic., double 'dalslea. iiu itc.i .ingle oaisies, l,l7c; Toung Americas, 174l7'c. Htate, sklma, current make, specials, n'iVUhc; choice, i:cl2Vc: fair to good, 1O4 0 llhn: lowsr grades, 71lOc. COTTONSEED OIL Pronounced aotlv Ity and strength wers features In the mar ket, the cloas being 13 to 21 point net higher for active position. Besides hesvy covering there was considerable new buy ing on the strength In lard and cotton. New crude etl was firm, with reports that t cents had besn paid In the Southwest. Itsnge of prices: Mon- Close, day. 14. M II 7 15O0 11.70 if .04 The locsl msrket for spot cotton was stesdy snd 30 point, blfber at 11.40 for middling tip Isndi aalea nil. Southern spot markets were as follows ! Oalvc.tort straily, Zi points higher, 14.50c.; sales, 471 bales. Mobile firm. 21 points higher. 13.7tc. : ssles, M. Ssrsiinsh firm. Sc. higher, 14c. ; ssles, 1,861. Cliarlaston Arm. c. higher, 13c. : ssles nil. Wilmington stesdy, Uc. higher, MVic ; ssles nu. Memphis stesdy, 2S points higher. U.I7c. ; sales, 600. Houston stesdy, 25 points higher, 14.CSC. ; sales. 547. .Norfolk steady, 2S points higher, 14e. i ssles, 216. Baltimore nominal. He. higher, lie. ; ssles nil. Augusta stesdy, 17 points higher, 11.76c.: ssles, 1.717. St. Louis stesdy, uncharged, lJHc. : ssles nil. I.lttle Itock quiet, unchanged, U-t3c. ; ssles nil. New Orlesns Arm, 25 points higher, H Itc. ; sains. 43). Receipts at pons and tntetior points with comparisons: Turs- Last I-ast Pres'l day. week. year. Stock. S.V.0 V 67.0S4 5,t:s h l..'S 1.091 l.tes 70: 1 u r. 111 794 ait 7slveton , . Orlesna.. Mobile Savannah .... Charleston .... wiimmcton .. Norfolk Haltlmore New York uo.ton Philadelphia . t snous i: 111.nl 14.176 If they are a "tabor union." They don't like that appellation. An unlucky reporter called the dels'. Katlon that yesterday In talking with some of them and Oscar of the Waldorf looked at him as he might look at a waiter who put champasjne glasses on the table when claret cup was to be served. "Labor union!" gasped the secretary of the organisation. "Do you know how much some of these gentlemen get a year? They get $10,000, $20,000 $23,000. He," nodding to Oscar of the Waldorf, "has a salary larger than many banker. We are no labor union I" Whatever the organisation Is, it haa some Important matter on hand. Chief among them 1 the settling of the ser vant problem. This can be done. Presi dent (llrurd of the association pointed out, by putting up more hotels. Hotel are Increasing now very rapidly, he said In his annual address yesterday morn ing, and as homes gradually disappear and the people of the nation take up their abode in huge hotel the servant worry will cease tt vex women. "Consequently, to have the situation In hand," he sr'd, "we must boom our asso ciation. There are 630,000 hotels in the United State nnd Canada, and to con trol matters we ahould have at least 10,000 of the purchasing agents of these hotel as our member. The work of training the servant of the country must be kept In our hands." Commissioner Joseph J. liartlgan 01 the Bureau of Weights and Measures addressed the convention at the morn ing session, representing the Mayor, who as too busy to accept the invitation or the stewards. The Commissioner thought to please his hearers by telling them that the street car strike was settled and they wouldn't be Inconvenienced In get ting about the city, but they were not Interested. "Our delegates and their families would not be Inconvenienced unless the taxlcab chauffeurs should strike," said 'resident Olrard. A slight damp fell upon the spirits of the stewards In the afternoon, but It was only the rain. They went on a picnic to wetxela a rove just in time to eaten tne hardest downpour. Oscar of the Wal dorf, an host, was greatly grieved at the Inhospltallty of the weather, and prom ised better treatment of the 360 dele gates and their families to-night, when they go to Coney Island. Ones. High. Lew. BP" 8.10 ' 9.15 August 0.20 S.M Jfl S.-Jt-M 9.1 September.... S.14 S.3 s.ll I.G1I S.lft Fctoner ..: IS 1.72 7-M VS November.... J.45 J.7S S.ts s.71-71 S.S9 December,... V4.1 S.T7 S.4H S.72-74 8.40 January .... s II s.7 1.47 S.71-75 S.I2 February s.76 M S.ll March I.U s.M s.7 I IV92 s.56 EatlA Receipts. 11,012 cases. Fresa gsthered, eitra fine, per doten, 32 931c; extra Orsts, JOftllc; first. ItVZic : sec onds, :ir:4c,i thlrda snd poorer, lsyllc: fresh gathered, dirties. No. 1, iJUJr.; No. 2 and poorer, 14:i4c; fresh gath ered checks, good to choice, dry, 20 21c. i undergrsdes, 14 T lie.: refrigerator, special marks, fancy, storage and insuranco paid. ic; nrsis. :ntrz74c; aeconas, i.utc. 31.30; family, $lQ3j ahort clear, 155.80 an. Deef eteady; mess, tlsais.SO; fam ily, I13.30920.e0i packet, IIS.M1419: estra Indian mess, floe 31, Dressed ling llrm; Macona. I3lc,s 1A0 lb., 14c! 160 lbs, ll'ic. ! 140 lbs. t4fl.iv: nlcs. 14'ic. Cu Meats l'lckleil bellies steady: 10 lb., ISc.i li Ins., Ic,; M IPS , 104C, I'H'KI-ll nnm firm. 16i17Ur. Tallow steadv! special, 'He.; city, ir7c.; country special. 7c. lird strong: Middle West, 113. 30 13,40: city lard strong, 13 (1 13'4c; renned lard firm: continent, til. 16! Mouth America, 111.41; llrasll keg, HE. 40: compound teady, lnijWlOSic. Htearlne firm; nleo, 10c; rlty lard atearlne, llSillHc HICK Domestic screenings, .1Jl?c: medium. 1 14 tile; head, mote: fancy head, tJEn.: estra fancy, 54ffSc,; Japan. 4 4c.i Illue Hose, 4H 4r. ,t (1,H Fl'Tt'RKH After opening sta,ly 2 to points higher the market showed rapid advance, due to a firmer tons In actual sugar and to support from Cuban sources. Close showed net gains of 9 to 11 points, with sale 13,700 tons. Range ui jirues; REALTY MARKET i'NEWS AND COMMENT ID 4.13 4 13 4 03 Mon High Low, Close, day. 4H 33 4 .0 4.M 4.R6 4.82-93 4 77 4.94 4 31 4 9)91 4.7S 415 4.S3 4 31-13 4 62 4(5 4 44 4 4162 4.43 4 27-30 4.1S 4 03 4 03 4.0:0-, 3.t3 4 05 06 3 94 lOH-tO 3 99 4.11-13 4.01 4.14-14 4 01 4.17-19 4 07 Austin September.,, October November... December,.,, 4.43 January,,, rVbruary.. March April , May., JlllM... , July Nl'OAH, HAW There Is an Improved tone, with loinl refiners coming Into the market for 100,000 bags Cubas, In port, afloat nnd prompt, at I '4c. cost and freight basli. Another local refiner took 7.6O0 bag Cubas, prompt clearance, at 4 K-llc coat and freight, advancing pot price to 3.93c. for Cuban centrifugals. Centrlfugsl. 5.95c; molanes, 4.13c; oost and freight, 4 15.16c. Rt'OAH, REFINED Crystal domino tab lets, csies 2 lb. cartons, half or full also tablets, and do., cases S lb. cartons full else tablets. 10.16c. and 10.15c In half cases; Kssle tablets, 1.35c: cut loaf, 3.C0c; cruahed. 9.85c; mould A, cubes and Kagle f lb. baga powden-d, 7.96c; XXXX powdered, 7.50c: powdered and coarse powdered, 7 ISc: fruit powdered. 7.33c. domino granulated, cases 2, 8H and 3 lb. cartons, 7.65c, and 7.75c In half cssea; Kagle confectioners' granulated. 7 63c. Kasie coarse granulated, 7,60c , evtra fine granulated, 7.35c; Eagle 2. 34 and 5 lb. tartans One granulated, 7.63c: 2 lb. bags do. and 3 lb. base do., 7.63c In sacks and 7.75c. In bbls.: 314 lb. bags do., 7.75c; 10 I'-. bag do.. 7.53c In sack and 7 05c In bbls.; ;s and 30 lb. baga do., 7.15c, stan dard granulated, 7 60c; fine granulate Old Greenwich Tillage Church Wanted as Sit for Apart ment House. Bank, led to the report that Dr. Htewart was also Interested In the Woodward property, having In mind perhnp tho using of both houses for medical pur Pg?". . APARTMENT BUHNERS UNITE. INVESTORS BUY FLATS Take Biff House on West 1 8th St. Surgeon Buyer of 51st Street Dwelling. Buyers for real estate of any descrip tion were scarce yesterday. In the en tire city less than a half doten properties changed hand during the day. The realty which did change ownership In volved little outlay of money, being flat and dwellings. Ths purchase by a builder of an old church In the Green wich Village section was the best sale of the day. In fact that section furnished all the leading news. Besides the sale of the church a modern flat there was bought by a company of Investors. FX ATS OX OLD CHURCH 9ITFJ. Ths Second United Presbyterian Church trustees have agreed to aell their church at 119 to 12S West Twolfth street to a builder, whose Intention Is to remove tho old church and erect on It site an apartment house. The deal, though agreed to by the churchmen, must have the sanction of the court be fnrn it I lea-al. The property has a front- nge of 74.5 feet and Is 103.3 feet deep, 11 and diamond A, 7.33c; conrectloner- A, , The term of the sale, 11 wa saio, cuu 7 33c. No. 1. 110c . No. 2. 7.1.3c. . No. 3. for e payrnent of $85,000 for the prop No"." ,..90criiNoO-8.t6.36c.i. No. erty. The church wa formerly known 6.0c. No. 10. .7Sc: No. 11. 6.70c.: No. as the Second neformed t'resbytorlan. 12. 6.65c, No. 13. 14 and 13, 6.60c. VF.41KTAni.KH, MI"rKLLANF.OCft 1 31 jo: 6 t7.3J7 2J.71J 69.(44 33.632 3.071 97.704 10.011 1.07 40.761 3,493 892 22.(37 79 41.93! 33 C3.933 150 7.317 2.540 11.143 Totals 13.333 INTERIOR. Augusta 343 31 MrmDhla 61 2.0m St. Lout 146 llou'lon IV) 3.796 Ltvernoo! cables: Suot dull: sales. &.00O hales; speculation and export, 570: Amenctu, t.n. lniDon. i:.v. an American. Mid dllng upland. Future opened barely steady at 10 points advance, closed steady at net advance oi .-i 10 i points. August 5:VI.; October-November. 8.47td.; January, February. .43Vd.; March-April. 8.44d.; May June .4!d. Manchester: Yarns Irregular; cloths Arm. GRAIN MARKET. WnEAT The market was Irregular, selling nfT 2 rents a bushel In the early trade under reporla of cooler weather In the Northwaat and eaiv cables, followed b recoveries on rumors of large esport sale, with final prices about lh top and to Sc. over the previous night. There was a good deal of evening up all day ahead of the Government report. The fig ures, a publUhed after ths cloe. wars s.3. 4. comnared with 39 1at month and 93.4 a year ago. Thl Indicated a crop of 199.O0O.nO0. comnared with 3(9.000.000 estimated last month and 156,4(0,000 bushels nnal last year. This makes j total .cron Sliacestlon of 654.000.000. com mired with 1.011.505.000 bushels final last year, and comldrrably (mailer than recent privai. guesses nae iniiicai-a. It was reported after the close that tirlvate sales had been made in Chlcafo at an advance of 2 cnt a bushel, and It was Bunerally admitted that the report fully met the most eslreme views of private crop experts. Interest will now centra on Canada, which, according to experts, has siiflprsd rna.ldi-riihl loss rrom rust, al though It wlil lake some tlmn to determine fully th extent of the Injury. Humors In the afternoon attending the sharp upturn were that more than 2.000,000 buihrls had been worked for export In Winnipeg, beside about 200.000 bushels ml, I to have been taken at Kansas City. Liverpool was wepker again, reflecting large American receipts and a belief that the Government report wnum ran to con nrm bullish exnectatlens. The cah market hern was firm on the Increased demsnd. with No. I durum iiuoted at 11.44; No. 2 hard. I1.44H: No. 1 norinern uuiuin, u.oti; ,o. i norinern Manitoba, 81.5.T. all f. o. b. Now York. CORN Henorta of rains and cooler weather over the central corn belt occa sioned early selling, which depressed the market about c, a bushel, Uood buying app.ated on the decline and later there wa a sham upturn, particularly In Hen- tetnher, which t'loed c. net higher. Later position closed He, to ijc. nel lower, al- inoiivn maifriaiiy anove tne nottom ror tho nay. nun expectatlona as to the uov eminent report appeared Justified, as the nKures sriven were 70, j tor condition, against sz last month and 79 5 a year hkd. ine cron indication was z.777.aoo.ono bushels, against 3,054,300,000 buahels final int year, tne caan market hers was easy, with No. 3 yellow quoted at 9(Wc. c. I. f. New York hxport builneM was estimated at juv.vvu ouinei. OATH -Receipts were large and Induced further nedge selling, under which prices declined a cent In the early trade, followed by partial rscoverles, ths close being M to Sc. net lower. The crop report mads con dition 81.5, sgalnat 86.8 laat month and 91.6 a year ago. The Indicated crop was 1,374,000,000, compared with 1,540,000,000 bushels flnoj last year. Cash oata ware steady, with No. 8 whits quoted at 49 W 49V,c; No. 4 white, 484Hc; fancy clipped wiiiif, au -1 u 01 uruuiary cupped white, 1. l ll.vai'i u f i.v.iDr, OCEAN TUG MISSING AT SEA. Cfanitrs W. Morse Left Here July 17 for Poriu PJIcn. BYK Market nrm: No. 11.14 c I. f. New York. 2 Western. nAKI.KV Market steady; feeding, 71c n. 1. 1. luisj mailing, nominal, HAY Market steady; prims, 11,35: No, 1. 11.30; No. 3, 11.10: No. 3, 930.011; ship ping, 7fr0c. CIHCAfiO 1'ltlCES. WHKAT-Open. September. 1314 Iti-cember,. 1351 M ay 110 IOIIN- il Tho nceangolng tug Chnrles W. Morse left thl port on July 17 bound for San Juiui, P. It., nnd has not been heard of aepicnilier nce. iier course my in ino patn or a necemner, hurricane wnk li was renortd this aldo i " i'f Porto ftlco five dnj-s later. Offlclnl of tho Hucnr Product Com pany, 9 Wall Ktn-et, which owned the t'.ig, one nf tint largest along the At lantic ivmat, had not given her up for lost yesterday, The theory was ad vanced that n new crank hlinft might hae rrurknd under the pounding of the heavy Bcan.aiid tho .Morse might be lying helpless. UK 7314 OATH September. Ileieinlicr. Msr i.Ann- Septemher, Octolier,,.. uin- geptrniher. 13.73 Octolier.,,. 13 30 portK- gepUmber. S3.SJ October,... 11.24) 4(H 13.36 12 90 lllch. Law. Close. 13J 1311 133S 137 3 3(1, iff III'; 13914 11144 33H US 70S 694, 70S 741. im Wk 43H 43U 44 4(I 4(S IM. 4t4 4944 18.11 13.13 11.11 13.13 13.90 11.12 18 37 13.71 13 37 11.71 13 50 lt.n Mon IMS ' J41V4 Mt4 7044 7444 44 47 4414 12M 11 93 IIKANH Western New York, su ass. bsK., 9191.ini bsk.. green. ' - t 1 K. U u . rm i -niiiyi. nnin mill n.iiui. nrnners I : i - - - - white, fine to fancy, 34M0c: ordinary to "?"'. V-T.'y V, 1 V,,?- ' Lonr good. 30T35c: gathered whites, ordinary .';,, 'J M-,Vn,S,,y,?rV i.'.w 7?e to tine. :8ffl7c; Western and Pouthern, . 'f.n3l , "".Vri-Ttllv' i b'? inn Xbc . 8 'so gathered whlt-s. 25033c: Htate. l'enn.yl- J-V.,u"' . .'iTlw I' Wnl- 55k' tut wnla and nenrhj. hennery brown., 34 U , i'.r,"u VA7mnTivVi rbv loo' bch. ' 11 ") J-,1,.51,n'"d brown "nl mix' C0,0"'U2V tA.Holf?Tb.2.3oa3? bs -Mc.-Vt - 1.SO. CL'CUMIlKltS Uins li FU3VR AND MKAIe-rrlces In wood: fprlng patents, 3".:iw7.50; spring clears, 36.10if(.8S; winter patent. fi.7Stf7; win ter atralght. 36.3S(f6.(0, extra No. 1 win ter. 85(1 3.23; extra No. 2 winter. 81.7557 5; Kansas straight. 86.73(77. fancy spring patents. Jobbing lota. 8.10O.t5. live flour quiet; fair to good. 13.2SW5.S0; choice to rancy, Sb.GOfa.io. uornmeai nrm; Klin lr ed. 3t.40U4.50. liar meal firm, tine white and yellow, 31 b. oarse, 31 75. Feed City steady; bran. bulk. 8:3.50, 100 lbs. sacks. 335. heavy middlings do., j:s; i;Arilsi Western, Ksilb. 300 LIMA flour middlings do, 833.30; red dog flour. iikaNH Delaware, Jersey and Marland, nu id. sacKS, tst.su. esiem sieaoy. urn, pk , 3 1,7,. t 2 7 r., LF.TTuCF. Crate. 7,0c, 100 lb. sacks.. 824. stsndard middlings do, f.uc ft 2 I.EKKS Nearby. 100 333; nour middlings do., 129; red dog flour, l,,h. I1.7.','J2. ONIONH tte, red, bik., u id. sacas. ii i7.il i.;io: jellow, sini.:r; Long is;aiid, 12 STOCK EXCHANGE PORTERS WALK OUT Their Demand for Hitrher Wages Not Granted Fonr Colleagues Stay. Two porters stood sweating by the door of the New York Stock Exchange yesterday listening wearily to the talk of millions of dollars which they didn't have but coveted. 'How long you been here, BI1IT" asked one. 'Oh, 'bout three months." 'Let's go on strike like the street car men. Bill. It's too hot to work, and might as well get a raise now Instead of waiting five years for It." So twelve of the fourteen porters In he building struck. Superintendent Harney Smith heard their demand and told them to go out foi a cooling drink while he reported the matter to the Stock exchange manager, lie nad tneir pay rolls ready for them when they returned at 2 o clock. ' The unchangeable rule of the stock Kxcliange is that portera shall start at 55 a nonth and each five years after that shall receive a raise of IS. Of the twelve who struck eight had been at work only a few montha and the oldest In Dolnt of service nan peen working there since 1012. So tar as could he learned tho striking doxen made no ef fort to get the 3S other employees to atrlke with them. Their places were filled within a few hours. BUSINESS TROUBLES. Petitions In Beakruptry. CHARLES HET7.ER, formerly a partner sritn Mirn.f r.niumn. no nr miainesa as K. H. Wine snd Liquor Company. 4107 Broadway and living at .110 Hast Nine tieth street: voluntary. Liabilities 1I..VM MORHIS ISRAEL formerly In hardware and nouserurnisning Dtisiness, 23 Man hattan street; voluntary. Liabilities 87.S77. no ass.ts. rrlnclnal claims: kssly Rtnve Company, 81,022; Joel Kuparberg, 31.0N.1, and gcranton Stove Works. 31. .14. NORMA PHILLIPS. 140 East Fortieth street; voluntary. Liabilities 18,270, no ssaeis. WILLIAM MAPSOVER. Hal Tepfer snd iiarry isnisr, inoivinuauy ana as rn rjartnsr. trading as Massover k Tenter, tlolhlng manufacturer. 53 Ortat Jones street: Involuntary. Liabilities and as set not given. Judge Msysr appointed Taylor More receiver, under bond, ol 31,1100, arhednle In Bankruptcy, JOSEPH WEINTRAUn. 101 Chamhera street, i.iaoiiiues ;s,.no, aaets, 821, 874. Principal clatnia: s. Krstu Tiros. 84.100; J. n. tllbneys. 81,003, and Jacob IJ.17.1. u . ... ..tun Levy a ilros,, Inc., Rland. per bu.. tUfl.r.O; Ink.. 81.2.-.!tf 1 :,n. large box. 31 fl.fio. small boa. T.'.c. tr 1 2.": Delaware and Maryland, bk.. 7Rc (t 81 25: cucumber plcklee. Jersey, bbt., ia(13.W. CAHHAllKS -Nearby, per IOO, 32i4; bbl., 004) Mic: Jersey end liong Island, red, 811 02, Oi:t.i:itT State and nearby, bch., 2. n."c. , crate, 8.1un.f0. COItN Jersey coun try gentleman, 100 ears. 310.1: Jersey and I. on Island, other ort. 7fic.fi 82. CAfl.I FLOWKim Nlste. bbl., tatr.'lM; crate, II. SOff.'. EOO PLANTS Jersey. bk 7,'ii IHic IIARLIO String, lb.. 3jrte. HORSK- fmrm Assorlatlnn far the Protect tlon of Their Interests. Builders of high grade apartment houses have organlxcd for the purpose of protection and cooperation. Under tho name of the Investing Iltillder Associa tion they will hereafter treat all ques tion concerning their Interest a n unit. Tho atssoclallon I the outgrowth of the new xonlng and height limiting restrictions law, with which the builder hsd much to do. Severn! meetings have been held nnd the association now com prise practically nil of tho first class builders of the city. At a meeting held on Monday the association elected the following officers to serve the ensuing year : J. E. II. Carpenter, president ; Alexander M. Blng, vice-president: Edgar A. Levy, second vice-president, and David Tlschman, secretary. RETAILERS SEEKING STORES. TRANSACTIONS RECORDED. Transfers. fWlth name and mldre.a of lender and attorney. if attorney's name la omitted address party of r.m part.) Downtown, ffonth of Fourteenth t. WATE71 HT. 653. s. 375 w Jnckon t, Hi 70 American Mort I'n to Fred I Mum" brook, 2030 Ilway, trustee, July 19, stty. Ilowers At M, 16 fedar st . . . Vi SAME I'KOPHIITV--Frederic J Middle brook, trustee, to Josephine M. w i i and Itutb 31 ltyan, 202 Itlverslde iirhe -.,v..a' p ' - iiii-nei, .-MiuitTorii, t t,nn tl WHITE HT, 1, 25X100 MnrII , llinvi" t.u.wu, mi nrm., ,nme 17; j- - i nc ... i i-nir-ny si tnts Dalles, II HAY AND HTHAW-No. 1. per ton. 824: ' ttPVa-'kutZ t?i So. 3 to No. I, 817W32! shipping. 3144t ,;: "r h'&'. iXf? , i?i i JJi' "."rt 16.60. fancy light clover mixed. 819 8 21: 1 'vr,',,d' "A! f' riHmnre b?k tin No. 1 cloer mixed. 8166 14; lower grade , fWVH ,," L,. ' ,V? i it -n ni'iti clover mixed. 312414. Hye'straw No. I. V"','".'.?,' flJVv ? 81"V lae 1,V 8I415. Small balea about lltfl under c'.7i: 7Jl'Jl! "',J" t!S" 'arge. ,V)c.H 81: l.-irare bak.. 1 1.2.1 R 2 PEA IlllPa Cron nrnauerts lmnravlns. Estl- Western New York. bsk. 81.2ri92.2r, bar. mated yield on Pacific coast, 175.000 to 8 1.2.1 i 2, FKPPEIIS .lersey, bsk.. 7.',c. t.n nan vtv Vork state 1. not 'likely to II: Mil.. SI. .Viet 27.. l'AHSI,I7Y Nearnv. harvest more than 13,000, but the quality lim bch. 31111 -VI. ltADl."IIES Nearby. promises to be good, state, lsio. cnoice, iwi ocna.. i.ira. -iii haiim i-er iu oer lb.. 15017c: common to prime, SB I bche.. ISc. a 81.25. ROM AINE Berry crate, lie: 1914. 6t77c: Pacific coat. 1VH. 3111170; State, bsk . 1111 7.V HPINACH choice, 13c: medium to prime, 10812c, , -Nearby, crate. Hfll.nn. 8CALLIONS 1914. tf9c: Ktats and PsclOc coaat. old Nearby, too bch. 8101 SO. SQUASHS olds iaic White, box. 4Ofrf.0c.: yellow crooked neck, mi'trs nRIKrv APPLES Eviwrat- 13 ' Tnuirnp iTn.,-1 r.-av ni.in t.' ed. fancy, lb.. 7e7Sc; choice. 5j VHe.. r.oc.ej 31.23: fancy round box. 31.23S 1.7.1; b.k Snf.1c : Delaware and Maryland, .1 bsk. crate, 2.1fl 7f,c, llaltimnre, A bsk. car rier. 3131.2. WATERCRESS IOO bchs. prime, B'itTSSc. AFRICOTS Roral! , routh Jersey, Acme. box. I.lcflfi; Stone. lotsltuc aioorpara. ni.c. i-c...... - ,.-,c. u u; urant. carrier, oue.tj si, email nox California, unpeeled, 3U7c.. peeled, 18 .1i97.1ci large box, ftO7.1c; cull, box J15e. IMtl'NKS California, 90s to 30. 23 20ti3.1c; peach bsk. 2rtf30c: Acme, peach lb. boxes, JMfiiic s-HiriTB. FRKHI1 APPLES, new. hand packed, basket. 30c.O9t.75; windfalls. 2347 50c; new, hand picked, bbl.. 3 1.50 VI! windfalls. 78c 41 31.36. FEARS, nearby. basket, 31.3543-30: odi., ii.s.iii; uvoraia. L Conte, bbl.. 83tf5. Southern, Klerter. hhi im l't!ACIIKS. Weat Vlrclnla, raerlor. 31.500:50. basket. 60 ft SOC. . bushel ha.iret. n.iuu:. uc awsrr ami jiur iiiii, nr.r.i on iterc nil. 7x1 n.n mi n v .1 .K.I l,.ali.l f.ft hfiiv . Jereev. rnn.l.nhl rflp-t In lnat ,l.ii.hla..r. Va carrier! IIU 3, basket, 30S90c: I'lne Isl. I trading In live cattle: feeling unchanged. live stock; market. n, AT AND IWEIJilSO MALES. WKST 13TH STREET J. Clarence Davie has sold for Loui n. Ham tho six tory apartment house at 241 and 243 West Thirteenth street, on plot 41.KX103.3, located a few doors east of the Junction of Eighth and tlrecnwich avenue. The Greenwich Realty tympany is the buyer. The nrnnertv will he held for Investment. EAST 17TH STREET Charles Wheeler llarne. who recently sold his house at 100 East Seventeenth street, ha Premises Uptown and DasvntotVB Rented for Special L'aes. Nelson Lee A Green have leased for nine years an easterly portion of the res taurant at 3 West Thirty-first treet a an addition to the store nt 300 Fifth ave nue. The lessee Is George 11. Holden, who leased the adjoining Fifth avenuo corner store recently for the sale of birds and animals. Edward C. H. Vogler has leaned to Mano Friedman the store at 489 Amster dam avenue for market purpose for five years, at a gross rental of $10,000. William A. White & Son have leased the store at the southwest corner of Sev enth avenue and Fifty-second street to the Ignition Specialties Company; The DuroH Company has leased the store at 783 Washington etreet to Spell- man Co.; the Btorc at 217 Went Four teenth treet to Styles A Cah. and the second loft at E13 nnd 515 West Twenty-first street to the Imperial Manufac turing' and Trading Company. Hurton Thomp-on A Co. have leased a small storu In the Standard Arcade. New street leel, to Morrli Appel, dealer In news, bock and novelties. The same brokers have also leased one of the largo shops on the Hroadway level of the arcade to K. II. Knlkranlan tc Son, dealers In Oriental rugs and Jewelry. White-Goodman hnvo leased the third loft at 242 West Twenty.thlrd street to Charles Goldberg: Htoro nnd basement at 48 West Fifteenth strcit to Roen- Mvelg & Gruber: second loft nt 141 Bprlng street to Judelehon Uroe. : first 3Jn ST n ... w nv ion at III spring urcei io '""r , Manufacturing Company; top ion ai si D Hopkins and .M.r.i li. i. . t . ''.."J" ants by entirety, tutu tiMOO. 'ait,.' same , ii IIOWERV, 113.1131,, e s, 31 1x103 Jxll'l'i, 103.7-Meyer A .loUstelt, .o -VnVoM Realty Co, 113 flowery, nil liens, ..,,, i, 5JJ?'..'y,rl.H"lrn' 1JS 'way....... Jj IlltOOME ST. 303.207, s i, ti ll w i- , ridge at, 82.10x37.11 (foreclosure July .. Abel C Thomas, ref, to Mariar.l Jaeger. 207 KJSthst. n,tg 10,000 'aVm 7i atty. Max Prrlninn. 63 Liberty t over and above tntg l, .1,: BROOME ST. 293, . 5. 7 10 w Lldrld.e' 32.10x87.9 (foreclosure. Jul) 57 .AfrM mtg IJO.Ooo. Aug 7. attj. J,,rob I n", man, 34 llw.iy, a nn CAitMiNi-: T. to.s:, . . s 9 . vJmJJ "' ,1?'f.'V:er A (iolditelu r-o.f.oM Realty Co. 113 Ilway. , p,rt. all lt.ni Jyb: Hi atty. A I S,lr..'lJ5 Ilway. iToi ,Ti' r1T,;.'i is? ",s'' HV- i si A rioldsteln el nl to t'nngnid ltealt r US How ery July 10, nil Hens, atty; j Splro. 135 Ilway.. . iijj A. Ooldateln et al to Congold li.slt, III iiTy'T:.:"1..'0' .u,,'-A 1 HTM HT. n a. 139.10" Wsverly p'l. z 80s Irreg (lertrude E Coip.r to Man a A Frances D Cooper, Asbury Park, N t mtg 13,500. June 3: stty. Frank lien' Jamln, Prudential lllds, Newark, N J East Mile. (East of Fifth av, between Fourte.nth ant 110th st.) 83TH ST. n a. J22 s e 3d av, 22.ix9S a Lda- T Armstrong, Rorkvllie remre, 1,1 to Ja A Armstrong, 0i fth rv nvn' 2-32 parte r t A I, Auk 7 ally v llrower, 41 Court st, llkhn f t. , o e, v n qjin st, I.XJdX Irrer Rela D Elsler to Osmond Ile,iH i nrnn, 30 I'lno st, mtg ll.r.oo, P a Kl jU.. .. address, II S Ulster. 30 I'lne st . it 76-TH ST. 122-180 II, s no w l.exlnst.,n av, 87x102,2 Julius Flshman A Sons la Jno I Downey. 43 E 67th st. mtg 1.30.010 ! A s. Aug 7; atty. Title (lliarsntre T Co, 170 Ilway 41, 931) ST. 340 E, s e, 76 1st al . ?S (foreclos July 13) Archibald 1: It.nt.r ref. to Ernestine Fau.t mow Krnnt -F Weber). 2112 lxirlllurd pi, Th. llr . and flerirude Faut, 1337 Fnlon n Ilk in admcea of Anton Faust. Aur itt Frederick II Yung. 391 15 1 Oth st 1 1 0.000 102D ST. 61 !:. e, 31 w Park av, 3HIO0 1 Harris Wllner to Annie illlck, 1 47th st, llklyn, all liens, July 1.. . 8101 West Mile. (West of Fifth nv., between Fourteenth ami iiotn its 1 rrer- John 1 Downey to John 1 Downe. ine 410 W 34111 St. b ,v s. AUK 3: attls. Mnnt bought from Dr. J. F. Olltctto 222 and SO Fifth avenue to Mar-ua Drew , j' J: 4 ,ilnv- 4,x,. , J,1 East Seventeenth street, a four story , Company, an l fifth loft nt 130 to 134 ltJJJn,ny0'Jatl,n 4An.Vn V 1 r. atid l.nsemetlt dwelling, on lot 19x80 HttJolnlrag the southwest corner of Rutherfurd place. HOWERY The Hond and Mortgage Guarantee Company has sold 266 Howery. a four story store and loft building, on lot 16.6x98.9. to Mary Wilson through J. Wlndmann. The seller acquired the property In fore closure on March 1. Weat Roth. Seventeenth etreet to Samuel 1 NEW REALTY CORPORATIONS. ALBANY. N. T.. Aur. I Th. fnllowln real esiste Incorporation were Aled here The Haninton.XunMlk Cornoratlon. Man hattan: capital. 130,000! directors, Seth C. Johnson. Ilenjamln Maler and Carrie Tenocarn. Th K-E-L Realty Corporation. Man. hattan: capital. 16,000: director. Charles Kramer, Isaac .Levy and Mtx F-ttllnger. The W. L. Realty Corporation, Manhat tan; capital, lio.oooi directors. Peter 1 Wolfe, uenjamin si, l.evoy and Ems n. Oohen. Klrchner A Co.. Queens! eanltal. 110,000! Uustav Klrchner, Arthur Ktrrhner and Walter Da Rault. Th Osanea Estates, nrnaklrni capital, 113,000: director. Pollsola rieaneas, Evag gella Oeaness and Keren ka aeffeaaa. Ths I'uJo Realty Company, Manhattan; capital. 11.000: directors. John C. Tomlln son. Jr., James 11. Msrkle and Frank A. MeOurk. The It. A F. Building rompiny. Brook lyn: capital, 13,000; directors, Maroy Ro senblum. Harry Fein and Ralph Lerner. Tne rrencn-American iteauy ixirpora and, SO75c; Virginia, carrier. 81.301 3 75: basket. 40876c; Oeorgla. earner. 33.50SI1, Missouri, carrier, u.jiti j , Arlxono. bushel crate, 12.504:3, Texas, bushel rrate. sic 131.26: California, box, 90c ll 90. CHEHHIES. sour. 8 lb. basket. 4013 53c. CUHItAiST!', cnerry, quan, . u 6c; small. 3iilc; blsck, 8 lb. basket. 40 if 40c: quart. IV 10c. III.ACKHKHKIES. Jer sey. quart, tfl2c , up river, IwlSc. RAHrilEltKIiis. wesiern :scw tors, pint. A el 12c : un rli-er. red. 3e7c: Jersey, sec ond crop, red. 4U9c HUCKLKnERItl ICS, Pennsylvania ana Jrrscy, mountain, quart. Inizc; otner i-ennsyivania ami jersev, , or sr. : Delaware and Maryland. 6 (19c. r;uoSEI)MRHUU. large, green, quart. 10 If 12c. small, creen. 6 a 7c. (lHAi'EK, .Norm Carolina, Delaware, case, 11. SOU 1 7.",. ATOCADA FKAHS. Cuban, box. II 41 3, (JItANllKH. California, box, 32 415.26. OHAPEFItUIT. California, half box. 0c f 31.85: Cuban, box. 3194.50. lkmons. Cal ifornia, box. 36.251 .SS . Imported. I4.37 y..b. l.l.li;x, Dominican, nni., inr MUSKMKl.ONS, Jersey, basket, 50ff75c. : Ford Hook, box, ll.25ul.60, Delaware and Maryland, standard crate, average, 10c 4f II; ex fancy, 81,23, Jumbo 34a. nveraffe, 6c.ll: ex fancy, 31 :5'ifl.f,0; jtimho 16s. average. Iltll.2r,. ex fancy. 3150; pony crale. 30t(50c flat crate, 35 w 50c, 1U It more Dm. nasket. tovfioc: virsinia. 60 quart crate. 75c W81: Arlxona. standard crate, 11. 50-8 1.7.'.; pony crnte, 3IUI25; flat case, SOtiMOc pink meats, flat case, 70c. w si.:5; renneeaee. pink meals, nat case 81-71 23, California, standard crate, 11.50(12; pony crate. Jl126; Hat crate, 75c.iT81. 0. MHLONH. Honey Dew. Cnl fornla. crate of to 12, 12 232.73. WATERMELONS. Maryland and Virginia, per 100. I10V49: car load. Si50ir35n; car- ulliia, per car, Slonyjoo IMNIIAIM'I.HS, Porto Itlro, red Spanish, box, It 15r4,55 Culm. 31 35W3.06. Florida. 1 1 50 1l 2.5U , Florida, smooth Cheyenne. 92113 25. MOLARXES AND SVBFFH.Vew Orlesns centrifugal, common, iiztfzsc: rair, 25iu 2'c.i goo.1, 831f38c; prime, 31t4lc; New Orleans, open kettle, 4030c; blackstrap, 17'iffl9c. Syrups, common. 17',4j:0c, medium. 2HT2SC.; fancy, 344f33c NAVAL HTTOBEeV Spirits turpentine, machtna bbls.. ISc, Tar, retort and kiln. 36.60ff7. Ro.lti. tomnion to o,id, strained, 8t 10; n, 13.25 D. 14 83: K. Irt.30, I'. 34. 13. CI. 11.75: H. 0; t, 16.43: K. 14 90; M, 37; N. 37.26: Wtl, 87,35, and WW 37.4.1, nn Standard white petroleum, bbl.. New York and Philadelphia, i,10; bulk. 85,23, cases. III. 50, water white, bbls, New York a d Philadelphia, 810.10, hulk, 36.23: cases. J12-S0. Linseed oil Western. 72f73c. city. 73if74c; Calcutta oil. fl, OIL CITY, P"., Aug. 8 Credit balance. 82.40. Units, 1(4,1.3 bbls.: average, 35, 507. ShlptusBI. 70,373 bbl., average, 43.710. POTATO KB Long laland. bbl., 32.50fd 1.76! Jerssr, No. 1. 2.25r2.7r.i No. 1, long bag, 3l.Mtf2.50! round bag. 32.50ifr 2.7E: Delaware and Maryland. No. 1. Mil.. 32.265r2.73; Bsitern Shore, No. 1. 82.230' 2.60: aoisBlsssi, No. 1. poor, 31.23 (i 1.75; second and culls. Swnthern, f I tr 1.37 : sweet. Southern, new, hW 32.30A3; nulla, tl tr 1.30 ; white yams. Southern, new, hid,, I2.60O3; Jersey, old, basket, "Sc. 4181,25. roiII.TBY. DHF.SHF.D TURKEYS Dry packed, prln broiling, 2'4.3 Iba. each. 28 if 30c ; old hens, dry picked, lb., J3c; old tome, drv picked, 25c.; scalded, 231r 21c CHICKENS Fresh, boxes, dry. West ern, milk fed. 17 lb to dos. and under, lb., 29c,i 18.21 lbs., 80c: 26.30 lbs., 24c. i corn fed, 17 lbs. to doz. and under, lb, 27 41 24c ; 18-21 lbs., :4c; 25-30 lbs., 27c.! fresh, bbls. Iced. Philadelphia and l.nns: Island. 3-1 lbs, to pair. 30S32c: Pennsylvania, 27'n !Hc ; Virginian and Tennessee, milk fed, 24 i 27c; nearby squab, 1.IH lbs. each, pair, BSff i!0i.: under 1 lb. each. 1511 50c: Western. drv nicked, milk fed. I lbs. to nalr. 21c: 3 3Vi lbs to pair. 2c; corn fed, I lbs. to tmr, ivor-ic; j. ins. o pair, sac; Michigan, scalded, I lbs. to pair, 25f2c.i 3 3i lbs. to pair, !lc.i Western, scalded, I Urn to pair, 23 W 21c. : Southern, scalded, H2-c, rtiwi.M rweive in nox, dry Dressed beef quiet; native aides selling at 12 'i (fife, per lb. CAI.VK Herein!. :0S head 110 on sale. Market steady Vafs .old at 8 9 47 1 3 per 100 lbs.; lulls, 3. Virginia calves. 89 i 12.75. City dressed veals. 16:0e. per lb.; country dressed do.. IStfSOc. .aiea loom snannon. II Virginia veals. 196 Iba. average, 310.76 per 100 lbs. Kerns Commission Co.; IS veala. 162. 813. 4. 147, 811 50. 2 culls. 153. 3. Newton A Co.: 3 Virginia eali, 111, 112.73. SIIEF.P AND LAMIIM Receipts. 6.9I6 head; 3 car on sale; market steady; all old. Sheep (ewe) sold nt 85 7SU7 per 100 lbs, no real prime do offered, cull. 931 4.50; lambs. 810ti 11.75. Dr.-s.ed mutton steady at 13J16i,c per lb.; dressed lamb. 16 It 19c. Sale Kern Commission Company! 220 Vlrxlnla lambs. 71 lbs uveragr, 811 50 per 100 lb: 222. 61. 811.35: 3a, t, 811 . 230. 59, 310.60: 231. 33, 810; 2 sheep, US, 35 60: 7 culls. 2, 34. Tobln A Shannon! 429 Kentucky lambs. 70 lbs, 311,75; 203, 66. 811 5 226 Wilt Virginia. 67, 311.63; 239 Virginia. 56, 310.75; 1 sheep, 107, 84; 6, Kt, 35.60; 79, 37, 93: 3 cull. 30, 34.30. Newton & Co.: 223 We.t virsinia lamb. 61 311.35: 220. 69. 311.25; 61 Virginia. 57. 810.75. 9 hcep. 94, 87; 5, 114. 86; 12 cull. 34.30; 4, 65. 83 S. Judd A Cu.: 84 Jer sey lambs. 64, 311 35. HOIiH Receipts, 2.105 head: only a faw head on sale. Keeling steady. Sales W. It. Hume: (Late Monday) 47 State hoa;s, 10 lbs. Rverace. 810.36 per too It...; 18 roughs. 327 lb . Is. 73. Other 4'lllca, Live Stork Markets. CHlr.tr.O, Atn. .. Hos-s Receipts. 13. 000, strons, Bulk, 39 430 10.10; light, IS.sSIf 10.20, mixed. 33 26fl!OS0. heavy. 39 13f 10.23; rough, I3.i;9.30, piR, Cuttle--IteceltXs. 7.000; weak Native lieef cattle, 8f !'0f 10.45. Blockers and feed. ers. sa il . cow and neirer. j.,'.n 9.3:, cah.'s, 33l 12.50. Sheen llerelpts, 15.000; steady. Wethers ff.75fil 3.16, ees, S50t 7 75; lambs, 87,50 111.60. CINCINNATI, Aug. . Hogs Receipts. 1,300. strong, Packer and butchers, 19.95 tl to OS. pis snd Hints, f 6.50 tf 10.05. Citlle--Itecelpt. 100; iult Calves steady. Sheep Itecelpt. 8.900: steady. Lambs steady, 851ft 1.43. K.HT lll'FFAl.O, Aug. . Cattle Re. celpt. 123, steady. Venla ftccolpie. 160; active; 14.601? 12.25 lloga Receipt. 6,000; active. Heavy I7VVKSTI.NO IN tlROOKXYlt. Louis Arnold has sold 661 Atlantic avenue, a two story brick store prop erty, on lot 12.6g70. for L. S. Leono to John G. Norgall, the tenant ; 695 Atlan tic avenue, three story brick shop build ing, on lot 20x88, for Robert R. Danzllo to Max Belgelman for Investment: 699 Atlantic avenue, four story brownstone store property, on lot 20x110. for Robert ft. Danxllo to an Invests-, 270 Fro--pect place, two story and banerr..... brownstone dwelling, on lot 18x131. for KphraJm Johnson to James fteld for oc cupany. R. -Ginsberg has bought the dwelling at 2038 Slxny-slxfh street Miipleton Park, from the Alco Building Company. MICHIGAN MAI BUYS L. I. LOT. The Long Island City Investors Cor noratlon has sold to Orry Waterbury. Jr., of lona. Mich., a lot 2Cxl00 on the west side of Thirteenth avonue. 460 feet north of Hrondway. Long laiann i-uy, Hurton Thompson A Co- were the brokers In the transaction Pell A Tlbblts have sold for tne wam page Realty Company a plot, 76x100. on Kast avenue. Detween r-ieveiun ana Twelfth street, to Nicholas Xehbauer, Jr. iGfJNST WANTS MOltK SPACE. M. A. Gunst A Co.. cigar dealer nt the southeast corner of Hroadwny nnd John street, is to pay $25,000 a year for the space adjoining, now occupied by .1. Krlich A Son antl the Hurrows. Nealy ;ompany. The area used by these con cerns measure 26x40 anil surrounds the Gunst comvany etore, which la one of the smallest In that particular section. Th. rdna I. token fnr idffhteen voars r.,1 It,... mnnlh. from la.l Mnrrh which I 114TH ST. 22 W. S . 2:t, '.' ll Is the remainder of the term held by I JjM' ZV'SM Z the Erllch frrm and the Hurrows, Nealy T, T Co, loo linn 41tt st, b A s, all liens. Au 7 at'ii. Stoddard A M. 129 lln.i II 45TI1 ST, 655 W, 11 s. 100 e IDh a . , 100.5 (leo Lntour to Peter Fieu-r- t W 67th St. ItitK 114.000, Aug 1 am-.. W Miller 4 Co. 3S th av 800 8D ST, 31 W. n , 200 w '' ntr I We.t, 37.6xlOO.6--Mar'hii llue tf, W n .1 Norrls. 732 1'r.sMcnt st, Ilk vn, mte. 830,000. Aug 3. attv, .Mutual L.fe In. -'a S Ce,lar stt. 32 Na.ail et I' 69TII ST, 103 W. n . .'5 w fo.utnb . 13x100.5 Kdw P Kenne to Marii , T Kelly. 103 W C'Jtll st. a I I. ns, Aug i nttys, Kelly A Q. 271 Ilway 11 t'ptnnn. (Manhattan Island, north of tlotli t lit Company. The cigar company will pjy more than 124 a square foot for the additional area. TAKES BKi STUDIO Bt'lLDINn. Pease Parker tho three and 336 West Twenty-eighth street nnd at S33 and 535 West Twenty-seven'. street, to the New York Studio. Thla property wa formerly used by Henry W. Savage for theatrical scenery. 121ST ST. 73 E. tl s. 60 w i' ti. 100.11 F.IU Crooks to .lo !-tr ,247 Audubon a. all liens. July 1 Title tltiar A T Co, 17 lln-y 126TH ST 2-3 W. n 1' e "I JJ.H Hartley llatgli to J 1 lorar.. 294 Wadeworth av, intB ' A Elllman have leased for the Aus 7; atty. Till- Huir A- 1 Realty Company of Ncwbuigh ''"'ay n r t., and four story buildings ut 534 ' ' j;.ix1o swift iten:t Co n.i. rrt,n n:?l IIWHV T IJ Aus 7. atty. FIlchmn A Fox. erty st ...,. , . ' 139TH ST, e. 10" !" Mchid.v 100 Oertle A llorman to osi Flaca Building Co. 180 Ldgeeoi. mtg 831.000. Aug 3; atty. Title Co, 176 Dway Ilrons. (Dorough of The Bronx i CONCORD AV. 584, s. 4'xJ SELLS CITY LEASEHOLD. Stuard Hlrschman ha sold hi twenty year lease on the block bounded by Division. Market and New Forsyth street ma with rti,.i. theatre on the Kiet Hroadway nnd , CONCORD AV. 692 !' r. E-A.aH . a Vf.,-lt7 rlritensteln. -,0 U 9 and Kast Broadway to Freld- u rart magt IS'-.SOO, June : a'tr. n Bros., who will Improve the elti M Clruensteln. 230 t.rana si i 4694 Same t" FAR ROCX.4WAY COTTAGE O. Taus A Sons have sold to Nathan Abrahams four two story cottages on South Division avenue. Far Rockaway, NEPPTJRHAN PLOT BUYERS. The Robert R. Farley Organisation 1 as sold at Neppcrhan Heights, Ton- ker. a plot on Marlborough road, ad joining the Neppefhan Heights Country (Hub. to J. O. Roger : to Max Mnycr an additional plot on Unden avenue ad Joining his holdings; plots on Myrtle avenue to F. H. Walker, K. C. Kelly and J. H. Walsh ; plot on Linden awn tie to H. Peterson, snd the corner of Marl borough road and Myrtle avenue to ft. Dunn. . e s. I Market street enn. ino iiieairc win same, pari, mn .-. --. - . ' I u .. I n A,....,nl(, Al coo TU a.m. . ' t ini.c . Bc.,ua, '""ii-i-ii . - sort n Vel.on av. 60lT I property front 120 feet on Division nd Co I. 'of F.donwald to vine- r I BALE street, with a similar frontage on Kast I pirrolo. 20t7 2d av, Aug li utt, M M'; I llmodwav. and there Is a frnntaee of I luso. 237 E 107th st eylh streets. Mr. Hlrschman acquired the lease of the block from the city last March at a graduating rental of from $16,000 to $17,500 per annum. The new lessee conduct a moving picture place nt Grand and Allen streets. STEEL MAW BUYS ESTATE. tS.St M.34) 344 KM 18.70 13.37 mm , I tlon, Ilrooklrn: capital, 373,000; directors, Ralph Lslnlngrr, Emma C, Lslnlnger and Forrest j. siciain. The Spring Place Company, Itroni; cm. Ital, 13.000 i dtreetars, Andrew Vaesreriii, Ltrlgl Moll and Paul Moll. tt,T, packed. Western. boe, 48.30 h. and over nu'' to doxen, dry Picked, 32c ! 30.17 lb... 19ff ,, , 21c: under 30 lb. lc; old cocka, drv picked, 15ci seamen, ii'jc: nois., iced, We.tern, northerly, dry picked. 4.8 lb and over, 21 Vie.; i'i lb., 13l19c; We, ern, dry picked or scalded, under 3 lbs, 17U17V.C.: Southern and Southweatern large, 20fr20Hr,; small. 1711 He; other Western, scalded, :ot,c. ; Michigan, scalded, 21c: old cocka. dry picked, 13c; seal, led, 1441715c DUCKS Long Island. freh ducklings. lh 20c. S(JUAH.- Prime, white, S.10 lbs to doxen, per doten, 17.735(5; culls, soc.tr S3. l'Ol'l.TBV, IJVE Receipts, unlosded 20 cars by freight and 1 by express Only a little peddling buslneae on express fowls at 19c, Chickens, 2011 33c an to site; roostera, 14c; old ducks, 16tfl7c; young celorsd, lie,; youag white. 11 Site. FEOV1I4IONS Pork firm; mess, 838 9 mixed, 310.43-J 10.50; yorker, 310.1.', 7, pigs, sin.irri iu i-.i; rougns, i?f9,lo; s, i rnra. 7 7, an 10,50, Mt.'l KM. Sheen and l.ambi Recelrte. fOOt active. Lambs. 87H1I25, carllnKi, 33.50tt9.30; wethers. 8i2'ii ewes. Hf"7S, sheep, mixed, 87.76ifi8, K N-.S CITV, Aug. . Hogs Receipt. 17,000, rleadi bulk, 89.60j'.S0: heavy. 89.60ft 9. AO, pickers and butcher, 39.60tf 9.90 lights, 39 701(9 90: plg. 88 3S9. Cattle Receipts. 16,000; .irons: prime fed .te.-rs, (9 60',f 10.55; dressed beef steers, 87 60lf9,60 Southern steers. 13 75474 75; cow, 14 5011 7 30; heifers. I6fl9 50: sto.k ers and feeders, l'i(; bulls, tS.2Stl 6.30; calves. .50'i 11 Sheen Hecelnts. 6.600: hlsher: lamb. 810,23(1 11 45; learllnxs. 17 7.1 f 3.30; weth ers, I7.'.0f. enes, 87 7 75. ST, LOl'IS, Aug. . Hog. Receipts. 7.70a: hliflieri pigs and lights, I4.7S4JII 10; mlxi-,1 and bulehers. i.5f( 10.15; good, heavy. 310 05 irl0.15, hulk, 19 4341 10.10. Cattlw Rifclpts. 8.300. str.nly ; native beef stiers, 3fil0 75; yearling- steers and heifer. 14 604 10. cows. 6ffll75; stock era and feeder. 85 301 3,35; Texa steers, 5,60f! 10; prime Southern steers, Ifl0; cows and heifers, $54(4: prime yearling ste.rs and heifers, l. 75(1 10,25; native calves, 5.60ii , Sheep- Receipts, 3,600; strong! spring llinh. 371 10 53: slalichter owes, 164(7.26; bleating ees, 1911 10; yearlings. 679.30. I'lTTSHl'ltd. Aug. 3 Cattle Slow: sup. ply llsht Prime, 9ir9.25. Sheen Steady; supply light. Prime wohther. 10(f 6 5.1. culla and common, 13 60113: lamb., 87 50ifll.23; veal ralirs. II 2 ll 12.60 Hogs Slow: receipts. 10 double decks. Prime hoavlcs, 3ini5lll0.tr,; melliims and heavy Yorkors, $10. 4" tf 10 so ; lljlu Vork. era. $10,251 10.30 : pigs, $10 10,16; roughs, $3.50419. niioKKiis in nurr.xT nEi Wultor i:. Brown and Hlchnrrt Dick- on wern the broker In the sale of the Killing property nl the northwest corner of Kast lfiMli street and rauldwell nvo nue to tho John W. Cornish Construe tlon Company. ) 7 v COL. LEWIS BUYS AT "tfOJf TCLA I R Cnl. I. N. Iwls, Inventor of the famou-- rnpld fire gun, has purchased th Kllr.abethan residence of Seth ."-Prague Terry on Russell terrace and Hawthorne place, Montelnlr. The resi lience, which is one nf the best known on the south side nf Montclalr, contain fifteen rooms, five hnthroom and bil liard room and Is considered one of tho tost piece of Kllzabethan architecture In Montclalr. the house being of tapes try" brick and half timber construction. The grounds are laid out with formal garden nnd lawn. Col. Lewis re turned recently from Kngland, where he was engaged In the manufacture of the celebrated Lewis gun, now being used by the aJllel armies, and expects to make Montclalr hi permanent home. The Terry' residence has been held at 170,000. F. M. Crawley A Bros, of Montclalr were the brokers in the trans, itel Ion. bruch, 2969 Hrlggs av, mtg m1 j 22; atty. .1 11 Ilreltenbruch, .H,' HrUs CALDWELL AVi'n'w "e'itith s't "2 4X 100; also 16th st. n s. 100 w Cau3t. av, 8014S John Rlcgelman t r. m Catholic Church of St ft ter and Sft rsU; a corpn. S3 St Ann av Aus . tt "S (J A T Co. 176 Ilway '- D1TMARS ST. s s. lot 7l trip K Jx R 1' King, Cltv leland-Clty l nl Ho-n." Inc. to Herman Corde and ane, 'J' Island, N V. mte $500, Aug 2 ' T Co. 176 Ilway ... V" WILDER AV 100 n 24M St. " 0C- (lolsne Publishing Co to 5lyiM r- f mone, H6 Lincoln uv. mtK 1 0. Air J atty. T C. A T Co, 176 Ha WASH1NC.TON A V. ll J w " ? , '!, ",T Lawyers MIR Co to Carlo Pl.tr t a. 346 K 17th at. mtg I'M ' ' A C 1 ' ' term. The Mandelbaum offered Sl.filO lot is. .Llol-Vt ' 8. map M " f,i'V a year, which was next to the highest i Krnest' djllnstnnun' m .in.rph V o '! bid. The school building, which was p. tth et. mtg $:o, Aug . a erected in 1S50. has for tho laat 1(3 'l'',11"?. .1 ,-,. ,x years been used for storage purposes. Vv t'ornish Con.tr "fa to .1 '"1 It will be remodelled Into stores and I ii.s2 (Irani H I'd and i vi ' i.e... 1 i. nn.1 .nv 7 Atti T I , A " A'. IU11B, LOFTS IN OLD SCHOOL. The city of New York sold yesterday at auction a lease of the old sohool building at 28 to 34 Allen street, near Hester street The Garden Improve ment Company offered to pay $4,528 k year for the old school, and since It was the highest hid, H secured the prop erty. The lease Is for ten years, with the privilege of renewal for a simitar T.,l.n "-. tl tin. ,t tr r- TTeanlr "C Palmer to a New York steel inanufac-, The school building, which was turer a hilltop estate near Westport, r.mn. Tlie property consists of over 10n'acrej4 on an elevation of nearly 400 feet and commands views of Long Island Sound and the surrounding coun try. Thero Is an old faehloned house nnif complete outbuildings. In the neighborhood a're the country places of William II. Davidge, Dunlevy Mllbank. Allnn T)nwon and Horace E. llarlburtt. TEXA UTS FOR CTTY' HOMTiS. Pease A Klllman have leased for I. G. Waterman to Leon N. Adter the four story and basement dwelling nt 311 West Klghty-serond street, between West Knd avenue and Riverside Drive. . Houghton Company ha leased for Olivia M. Prury the four story and basement dwelling at 112 West Sixty- ninth street to Lucy F. Mitchell. Shaw & Co. have leased for Sarah M. Chapman the three story dwelling at 253 West 134th street to Ruth Thompson. INVESTOR RI'Yfl N J. HOUSE. The Belmart Realty Company ha sold 1103 Putnam avenue, corner of Cnrrnllton avenue. Patcrson. N. J., a two story stucco residence and garage, on Plot 175x100. Tito buyer will oc cupy. CARPENTER RHYS OX PARK AV J, T3. It. Carpenter, architect and build er. In the purchaser of the three five stnrv flat at the southwest corner of Park avenue and Eighty-second street sold recrntly by the Gutman estate. Mr, Carpenter, who owns the twetvn storv apartment on the opposite corner, has no dentine puins ror tne acquisition, OH. STEWART BIST ST. BUYER. Dr. George David Stewart well known surgeon, Is tho buyer of the Pembroke Jones house at 13 West Fifty-first street, reported sold recently by Theo dore A. Swnn, Dr. Stewnrt now re aides nt 01 West Fiftieth street. The Incorporation at Albany on Monday of the ll west. Firty-tirnt rrroci cor. porntlon to take over the property at that addres owned by William Wood ward, president of the Hanover National RESULTS AT AUCTION. 802.000. Aug 7. attj T A ' Ilway . HOK. AV, w 1. il2.", lenn'nr' Mar F McQueeney 1 1 t Co. Inc. 10MI So Iluulevii. 1 r Aug 7. att. L T .V T C- !' " ' RANDALL AV. n s. Ml e .mxlpn Hilda T .lohn-ni i M tac,2 Prospect av. m's 1 ' "' attv. .M.irle Kalirs. I.HI'J I' ' l'Nl'i:il?ITY AV. n a -part s."., map Wm H Ot 4 l"x ll e 74x so". A - x to liuru Wheeler and ii-i July 2H; attys, Morsin. I. A i change pi... . , LOTS 30 and 81, blk P map M also Monea av, e s, 22f. " 2:.xl00 Solomon fla'ltx i A eer. 7F.2 K Tremont ai. tti I 1. attj, 11 Irf-Sfer, 752 K Tre LOTS 02 and 33, blk !, s t (1 nancy to Alex ine -av. mta- $1,200, Aug J a' 752 i: Tremont av PARK AV, w s al s w lf,2"x Irreg to Thttia" i; kin Et. Inc. lo 11 i'i ana, Now lto,-helle N auk 4, atty. II S C r Row J1i I At 1' o Ct-It i I r ii CAT 14 VF.SEY 8TREET.1 By Joseph P. Day. BANK ST. n a. 127.8 w 4th St. 28x109.4s Irreg, 5-sty tnt M i; coman et al agt M U 1-.t.n .1 Nt, ,1ll l-S ..IS 1. In l.hn t.,. ....... i iM.n.i -c n niionk- AV. .tn7-ildP 136TH HT, 11 W. tl s, 175 e 7th av, 12.4X1 ''.-'! '"' . i i 99.11. 4 tv dwig K ,s Ualbralth agt I " V, . ' ' ' . K M Do Lyons et al; due, $5,930.61; . ers A s. ,11 Nossau st tax... Ac. I310.60-. ,o the plalntlrt .. 13.500 . I'elnhar'an:!' a'n.'.'.a Mae'l-' US' Henry Hrady. ;,,h . uir t .my, n 1818T 8T. 604 W. s s, 123 w Ilway. 23x 2tl Court st. llklyn 99.11, vacant Htiiioipn wauacn agt , nil ,i, urn "i- "'i' 51 MCliermoil ei ol , nue, i.-jju,:,; taxes, i same, ..us i. - Ac, $500.50; adjourned to October 10, 11) J, II Ma) ers. 31KT ST. 2S2 W, s , 150 e 1th av, 25x34. x I - , ,., I , I ' ,' r. .... r. irrt, a nxjr ,,,,, 1.1'mif .i A Hath et ill; due, $6,0J0.6:'; taxes, Ac, $691 96; sub to prior mtg of $15,000, t,i the plaintiff . ,.$20,137 l AT 3204 TIIIIlD AVKNUE.J Ily James J. tonnvan, 194T11 ST. s s, 25 e Marlon ,iv, 20x75; S-ty dwig li A Ilinedlct agt I, II Lang et nf: due. 87.171,20, taxes, &o, $350: to th plaintiff $7, "00 11 v Joseph A Co. MA1TI.AND AV. s s, 147 e i;rlcon pi, 26x 205. Kx IrregP W Koch art Catharine William et al; due, 81,230.16; taxes. Ac, $lii7,ti; to I'eti-r F OCiiuior $1,575 LOTS 1 '' to 1,11 ani n Park llents Contra ' i: Gertrude F.dward 1k N Y, July 2U, any, l. 31 Victor St. Ynnket. S x COL'RTI.ANDT A V -id rah Itesllv Co. In '1 et al. r.H W 4th ! '" Ilowers & S, .11 Nas-vi RKt OKDKD l.f:.F.S. Munhatliin, nitOADWAY, 1167, n w r 27th at, s and Ii John It Altililsoii and aim to Loula Rosenberg, HI Tiffany st; from Sept 1, 1916, to April 30, 1 y 1 1 . address. 281 (Irani! st 34,000 44TH ST, II W. all Sarah K Morgan. Hay. port. I. I. to Thomas A Ilia, IS W 45th at, 10 yrs. from Oct I, 1916 3fi,0nu 74TH ST, 402.404; nlso 74th st, 414 E. nil Great Central Palace Co tu Loula (lover, IH6 Wllklna av, Ilrons, 5 yrs, from Aug I, 1916; atty, Mlcli.nl Kauf man. 299 Ilway $12,i0 IlltOADWAY, 12; also John st. 2, 2f.xio, space now occupied by J Erllch A Son and Hurrows, Nenly Co John St Corpn to M A Oun.t Co, 1020 2d nv, 18 312 yrs, from March i. Hit,- ,un. (iunal A Co, 304 11 Slth st 323,000 MOHTIi 4I!I. (With name and add"). ' lender', an it"'' Downtown, (South of Fourlee' ' Ml'TtU AY ST. 47. V s, - v' ter T. Mary C T. n" Morv II Slevlti nli'i ' dividual exrs. Ai nit' 1 N Y, 0 Ilway tru.ie Moroslnl for Hu ,1 Miller K I. T IM WATKIl ST, 365 s II v ' 20xs0, Auk 4 V f " 1 1 Facelahene. 6 Oak e O W Gould, 74 BltOOME ST. 293.1". . , ." at. 82,10x47 11, Aijc v Saml K.idln. lSo "ih 1621, 4ev, pr mtg I Herman, 314 Hwui Kat Mile. (Kast of Fifth av. bet we 1 110th ' 6BTII ST, 21 H, a s. 40 a v Aug 7 Federal list t Life In Co. .12 V --a 119. Hi?,; addre.s ') ' 2D AV. a i, 20 s CMh t 4S 24 Osmond Itcalty Corpn :l ii 'f-,Juo pell '