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THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 2 1918.
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FOREIGNERS SEEK
' AMERICAN GOODS
Agonciei for Manufactured
Goods and Commodities De
sired Abroad.
BRITISH TRADE COMBINE
Thousand Business Men' Unite
to Push Export Trade
Through Organization.
The weakly Hit of trade chanct nth'
rati by tha United Btatca J9ureaii' of
Forelrn ana Domestic commerce 11
given below.
The organizing the other day of Uie
Allied Industries Corporation, to cap
ture overseas trade, Is really the found
ing; of a gigantic company controlled by
forty-four mills and' patterned after the
newly organised British Manufacturers
Foreign Trade Corporation, of which
mention was 'made In this column In the
early spring. i
The English method creates an or
ganization of 'a. thousand members, each
subscribing roughly $500 or 11,000 o
year. With sues a .fund and an organ
ization of such n character strong In
ducements can be offered to the right
ldnd of men to become foreign "agents
In charge."
This corporation, really a holding
company for the export Interests of Brit
ish Industries, ts controlled directly by
the firms and corporations uniting to
form It. Its alms are economic In the
development of British trade .abroad,
reconciliation of conflicting Interests and
strength to meet competition from other
countries, which seems certain to nppear
In a highly concentrated and powerful
form.
Americans Stay Combine.
Passage, of the Webb bill by Congress
allows American business men similarly
to combine to capture foreign trade.
Manufacturers arid producers In Eng
land Intend to make available for all
members of their foreign trade corpora
tion the services of men of first class
ability as representatives abroad, men
who will possess a thorough knowledge
of business conditions In the different
tountrles to which they 'may be ap
pointed. They will be known as
"agents l charge."
It will to their business to And and
appoint i..en as local selling agents for
Individual firms, to look out for new
trade openings, to report on the general
reputation of prospective customers and
Generally to superintend the business
Interests of all firms In the organization.
To Increase trade wll be the sole bo
Ject of their, employment by the cor
poration, and they will be expected to
fulfil the requirements of the corpora
tion or stand ready to be replaced by
more capable and energetic representa
tives. Addresses of persons and Arms may
he obtained through The Sun. Ques
tions regarding published. Items should
X"on separate sheets, a sheet to each
Htm, and the number of the Item should
In all cases be stated. The Sun does not
furnish credit" ratines or assume atiy
responsibility as to the standing of busi
ness men or Arms abroad. The usual
precaution should be taken In all cases.
Chances for Eaporlers.
Those desiring United States goods
a nit what they want are;, -t - ,a -
It::. A banking corporation In China
wishes to be placed In communication with
American manufacturers and exporters of
small home savings banks.
1153. A business man in Franc wishes
tn be Disced In touch with American
manufacturers and exporters of padlocks
with a view to representing tnem in
Europe. Ha has been doing business In
the Unltfd States by opening- credit
ihraurh a bank for tha amount of the
order as noon as tha foods are ready for
forwarding, payment being maae againei
delivery or goods or against documents.
The branch of an American express com
luinv In this cltv will serve as medium
for opening of credit, payment of goods
nnd forwarding of same If desired. Other
lines of roods will also be considered.
1154. A man In France desires to repre
sent American manufacturers and export
irs of agricultural machinery.
1105. A company tn Jamaica wishes to
rjurchaaa machinery for the manufacture
of copra and cocoanut oil. Cash will be
paid. ' '
tlt. The representative of a Russian
firm who Is at present In the .United States
desires to represent American manufac
turers and exporters for the sale of cotton
and cotton goods, agricultural machines
end automobiles In Russian markets when
conditions get more semen.
11K7. A firm In Mexico desires to our
chase a general Una of shelf and heavy
Hardware ana ouuaere- ana contractor
lies. A, man In the Netherlands wishes
te purchase medium ana nign graua cis
.MttM.
1UI. A business man In France wishes
o buy canned and aaitea meats, nam,
bacon, pig fat, preserved flan, condensed
snlllr ,inmd mlllr and cream and all such
canned and alimentary products, l'jfty
per cant, of order will ba paid In the
Jaltad States and balance In France.
Hosiery Agency Sonant.
1H8. An agency Is desired by a man In
France far tha sale of hosiery and cotton
tisanes of all kinds.
till. An agency Is desired by a man In
Trance lor tha sale or ngriruuurai ma
chines, fertilisers and all other general
tornAiinta nertalnlnr to arrlculture.
11M. An Importer In Italy Is In the
market for nsn oils, mineral ous, nnseeu
and castor oils, canned meat, such as
pork, cornea beer, bouea Deet, oacon ana
lard. In tins and barrels: salmon and cod
fish, leather and Imitation leather, hides,
all kinds of Industrial and pharmaceutical
themlcal products, ranned goods products
of all kinds and other products, such as
potato starch, glucose, sugar, steartne, par
itltln, soap, cotton yarn, turpentine, manlla
fibre, sisal fibre, dextrin, tine starch for
me manufacture or collars, sc. lie wouia
also like to represent American manufac
turers and exporters of above products.
1163. A man In Switzerland desires to
represent American manufacturers and ex
porters of food products, cloth and bazaar
erucies.
1184. An agency It desired by a firm In
France for the wis of building materials.
H65, a company In Drltlih Guiana
wishes to purchaee walking and riding
cultivators for use on heavy soil In sugar
ana nee cultivation, also uisk narrows,
both of which are to be used with light
tractors,
1166. A firm In France would like to
cure an agency for tha sale of chemical
products, food products and hosiery.
116". An agency Is desired by a man in
rMtzerland for the sale of whotesals quan
t Mea of hosiery, gloves, underwear, shoes
and boots of all kinds, hats for men and
"umcn, anil all raw'matariai for tha manu
ficturo of hats.
I HI. A man In France desires tn secure
n acency for tha sola of hlevclea and
upplles, shoes, sandals, woollen goods,
threads, needles, rubber collars and other
u,-n proaucis,
Seeks Machinery A-rrncy.
''69 An engineer In Prane desires lo
r'irrhasa or secure an agency for tha sale
of packing house machinery and equip
ment, such as shambles for the slaughter
rni-ni. ment hooks, machinery for the
"i.uuiaciure or steam lard, oleo stock and
machinery for drying blood and tannage.
-'i0, An agency Is desired by a manjn
g'rla for the sale of cotton and woollen
ionrts for tailoring purposes.
1171 The Am.rlr.n ,.n ... .
t m Irt Denmark desires to purchase oleln
In consignments of about 100 barrels for
-"yiiient to-Norway.
11"! A Plan In Argentina would Ilka
o secure an agency for the sale of rice,
!"?" ''"h frultf, dried fruits, canned
"Ions, potatoes, nuls. cottonseed
"d foodstuffs in general.
Pr. J;: n f5,ncy. ' desired by a man In
'"r ,h" of 'd products.
.hL.I ,A, man In England wlshea to pur.
15 nickeled buckles for one-quirter Inch
nrt flts.tlsteenth Inch shoe st-aps. curved
biilvi.T "r,de'.' ,;n,.n"ep! "'" Prongless
VVV-' rurv'd Irt Ilka manner.
... . ni'ncy Is desired by a man In
.viiway r tha si I. of special futures
,rV api. lances, such as would appeal to a
"..-""" ""d off lea.
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vurs an agency jor ins aaie ex
BONDS IN THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
Week Ended July 20, 1918.
1918 1917 1016
Total sale for week 920,178.000 913,355,000 ' $11,755,000
January 1 to date 814,011,000 525,372,000 540,818,600
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and shoes ami any olher goodt having a
good sale In France.
1177. A man In Argentina wishes to pur.
chase and aecure an agency for the sale
of powders, pastes and extracts used for
dipping sheep; vaccines, nicotine extract,
arnenlc powders unu dips.
1178. A company In Algeria desires to
purchase and aecure an ngency for the
sale of all kinds of products, especially
biscuits, hams, flour and preserve; also
watches, clocks, hosiery, small motor cars
and acresaorles, razors, fountain pens, Ink,
paper arid stationery.
llTfi. A number of firm In Chile are
desirous of purchasing; sheep ahlrts and
a cotton sock In which frojen mutton Is
exported. Tha annual consumption of such
shirts by these firms Is about t,. '.(JO.OOO.
1180. An agency la desired by u man In
Francs for the sale of leather for shoes.
1181. An agent of an American firm who
is stationed In Jamaica denlrea to purchase
machinery for the manufacture of copra.
Hardware Agrary Ilealrrd.
1183. A firm In tri e French West Indies
desire to purchase and accura an rxclu
lv axenry for tha tale of supplies for
miar raclvrlea, hardwuia ut all kinds and
ship chandlers'. ....
llfia. An agency la desired by a man In
Franca for tha sale of raw cotton. Cash
will be paid.
UM. A man In fiwltierland withes to
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purchase or secure an agency for tho sale
of all kinds of paper lor writing, type
writing, printing and wrapping.
118.'.. A nmn In Italy wishes to buy agri
cultural machinery and appllancea and
chemical fertilisers. Credit will be opened
In American hanks for payment. I: Mi
niate of freight rates to Genoa should b
given,
Converters Adopt Price Ilcpurt.
Tho Converters Association hus ap
proved a report from Its committee on
prlca fixlnir, recommending that jon
verted fabrics bo priced dn pcrco.itngo
of profit of selling price, and that such
percentage h applied on such clotha
on which grey prices have been llxed,
by dividing the goods as to their "fin
ishing" rlakH and "finishing" prices.
The report uddsr
"The converting trade requires for tho
adjustment of Us affairs, at least four
month1, more time than that allowed to
rrrt'V mill" nnd commission houses, on
account of the necessity of placing or
ders for the .grey goods so very far In
advance of requirements, and delays."
mgh. Low,
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PRODUCE MARKETS.
t 1M5ANS AND l'EArt necelpi. 9.24J
bass beans and 450 bag Peas. I1RANS
Marrow, choice, 100 lb, 112.781 Manchu.
rlan, IIIOIS.IS; coscorronet, Chilean, 12;
choice, 111.73(112; medium, choice. 111. 70;
Lady Washington. California. $12; small
white, California, 112) tepary, California,
choice, 1101 kotenashl, Japanese, 113; dai
fuku, Manchurlan. Ill.lOVll.'C; red kid
ney, choice, 112.71; red marrow, choice,
111.76912: klntokl. Manchurlan, 17.1081:
yellow eye, 112412.25; white kidney,
oholce, S14014.3S; Imperials, choice, IliO
12.50: kumamoto, Manchurlan, I12.7SG13:
caballero, Chilean, I13012.2C; burrlto,
Chilean; Il.tOOS.TS; bayou, Chilean, $1.10
OS.TIj cranberry, Manchurlan. round, 110:
long, H.TtOO; short, tT.60O7.Tti black
turtle aoup, 111; black, flouth American,
ISOt.SO; pink, California, I7.S0C8.S5;
Ima, California, 113. PEA8 8cotch. 100
lbs., $11.75012; green, California. 10O
10.21; Chilean, tl.TS; Japanese, 18.7508;
black eye, California, $1.6000; splits, yet.
low, $1.7800; green, 115.75016: white.
Manohurlan, small, $7; large, $7. 2607.50.
1IUTTKR Receipts, 16.200 packages.
Creamery, higher than extras, lb.. 41 HO
46Hc.; extraa, S score, 4lfJ45Uc: firsts.
IS to 01 score. 4SH044c; sec
onds. 88 to 17 score. mi4ao.; third.
g40Mc.; unsalted, higher than extras.
4747Hc: extras, 4t04lHc; first, 44W
Hc.i teconds, 4S04tc; State dairy,
tubs, finest, 44H 046c; good to prime. 42
(J44c; common to fair, 37041c; renovated,
extras, 404OVic; firsts, SSKOiOHc;
lower grades, StOSJHc; Imitation' creoVn
ery, firsts, J7S7Hcj, ladles, current
make, firsts, 3tM36Hc: seconds, 340
34 Hc-i lower grades, S30Mc; packing
sleek, current make, No. 1, 34c; No. 2,
13Hc.: lower grades. 30031c.
CIIRKSE Receipts. 7,111 boxes. Includ
Ing 1,300 boxes In transit for export. State,
w.1SL',.iTl,,, tt,,n specials, colored, lb.,
zteasUe.: white. 2$25Mc.s average run,.
S?1r.'!'.,., oe.: white, 24Sc; lower grades
HJ4He.t twins, specials, 2414c: average
run, J4M024V4C.; lower grades 21CIIC.;
'of1' daisies, 2S25Mc: double daisies,
25t2SUo.: Wisconsin, whole milk, fresh,
twins, 24!424Xe.; elnsle daisies, 35
23 He: double daisies. 24 23 He; Young
Americas, 242tc: State, aklme, fresh,
specials. IlOIOcr prima to choice, 17MO
ISHc: fair to good.-14 17c; lower grades,
SOllc.
COTTONSEED OIL Market for con.
tracts continued In the aame lifeless posi
tion that has existed for months and there
teems to be little probability of much Im
provement, aa It Is believed that present
trading restrictions will remorn In force.
Outlook for large yield next season may
have, a tendency to change the complexion
of things somewhat, although efforts in
that direction have so tar been unavailing.
EGOS Receipts, 2,214 cases. Fresh
gathered, extras, per doten, 46c; regular
packed extra firsts, 444Sc; regular
Sacked, firsts, 4142c: seconds and poorer.
7040c. ; fresh gathered dirties. No. 1, IT
3Sc; No. 2 and poorer, 33S6Hc: fresh
gathered checks, good to choice, dry, 34
36c; undergrade, 28ilc; State. Penn
sylvania and nearby Western hennery
whites, fine to fancy, 60052c: ordinary to
prime. 4449c; gathered whites, ordinary
to fine, 42060c: I'aclflc coast whites, firms
to finest, 50c; Western and Southern,
gathered whiles. 4S048C; State, Pennsyl
vania and nearby hennery browns, 47
60r : gathered brown and mixed colors,
3$4tc
FLOUR AND MEAL Government
basis lOOTr, In sacks, to arrive: Hprlngi
and Kansas. 111. 3 5 4811. 75; winters. 111
W11.3S. WHITE COnN FLOUR Mar
ket steady: IS.2SOS.T5 per 100 lb..
I1ARLEY FLOUR Market steady; 19.76
010.26 in 91 lb, sacks. RYE FLOUR
Steady; fair to good, I10O10.70; choice
to fancy, $10.76011.50 lute spot and to
arrive. COIINMEAL Unsettled; yellow
granulated, $4.706.0S; white granulated.
35.0SOS.7S. FEED Unquoted, Oil meal,
$54 In 100 lb. sacks.
FFUITS, DJIIED APPLES Evaporated,
State, choice, lb, 15M3iltc. ; prime,
ltc.
FnUITS. DRIED APPLES Evaporated.
60c. O $2.50 PEARS Florida and Oeor-
fla. I.e Cnnte. bbl., $COH: bbl, rrate,
SO10; half bbl. box, ISCrS: Southern,
I.e Conte, bek., $t0 3. PEACHES Dela
ware and Maryland, carrier. $2.5003 60;
Jersey, carrier, 12 OS; Jersey, Delaware
and Maryland, bik.. Il1.26; Georgia,
carrier, ISO 4. PLUMS Delaware, bsk..
$1.60 0 2. CHERRIES Up-river, C lb.
bsk., 85c.&$1.35. CURRANTS Cherry,
qt.. 13flt7c: small, qt.. 12tSr. STRAW.
RERHIES Per qt.. western New York,
301i35c. BLACK DERBIES Up-river, qt.,
204S25C. ; Jersey, rjt.. ?0$5c. RASP
BERRIES Up-river, red,- pt.. lt17c
Jersey, red. pt.. 10017c. HUCKLEBER
RIES Jersey and Pennsylvania moun
tain, qt., 18022c; other Jersey. Dela
ware and Maryland, q;., 1519c. GRAPES
North Carolina and Delaware, case,
12.50. ORANGES California, box.. $4
7.75. LEMONS Box. I40C.25. PINE
APPLES Porto Rico. case. 11.50116;
Havana, case,. $2.50Sf7.25. MUSKMEL
ON8 Georgia, std. crate. 1203; Houth
Carolina, std. crate, $2.5003,23, North
Carolina, std. crate, $2(73.50; pony crate,
$3o:.60, list crate, $10125; Maryland,
std. crate, I3A3.T3, California, two-third
crate. IS flat crate, $1 50OJ 65; Arizona
std. crate, 14 SOU'S; pony crate, 14.
green meat, nat rrate, ll.T&fi 1 S5. pink
meat, flat iTate. $2u2.25, Arkansas, td
cra.te. $3150, pony crate, $3 25 lUt
crate. $101-26' OSTRICH EGO MELONS
California crate. 1203.25. WATER
MELONS South Carolina and Georgia,
per 100, 135 (CO; per carload, $2230 450.
HAY AND STRAW Hay, large baled,
timothy. No. 1. ton. $27tr2S, No. 3 tn No.
$18tt20: shipping, $111018; no grade
hav, 18014; fancy light clover mixed,
12:1025; No 1 clover mixed. $2ll'-'2;
clover wnlxed. lower grades, llftOlH; Xo.
1 clover, $23. Straw, r e. No. 1, ton,
$17018; No. 2, $6. Small bales about
IIO'J a ton less tlian large.
HOPS State, l'HT. choice, lb., 4045c .
fair to prime, 3303Sc; Pacific coast.
11117, choice, 2llf, 21c . fair to prime, 170
10r ; ltllK. rhcici-. 10017c : common to
prime. 12fM.".c , Stale and Pacific coast,
old olds. Kllllt.
MOUIHSE Centrifugal, common. 4.UT
44c; fair, 50fi.-.4c eoo.l, r..,(iCOe ; prime.
K.IOUOc . open kettle, CTO'lc, bUckitrap,
bbls . 2.1c.
NAVAL STORES Spirits turpentine,
machine bbla.. (13o. Tar Retort and kiln,
$12013. Ro.ln Common to good strained,
111. U. I). K and K, $11.0.1; O. 111. Ill; II
and I. 111.2.1: K. $12: M. 112.20; N $12.25;
WG. $12.40, and WW, $12 .'.0.
OIL" standard white petroleum
New York anil Philadelphia, $1.10.1
$8.23; rases, 118.7.1. Water whit
New York and Philadelphia. Iin.0.1
bbl. ,
hulk,
bhis,
nuiK,
$0.25; cases, ttn.T.V Linseed oil strlctlv
oiirr. Kniions oi , ids, in obis., $1.82
Calcutta oil, $1 03.
POTATOES Lnn Island. Ing. $1,250
4 50. Jereey. I3.50O4 50; Delnware nnil
Maryland, $4.25; Eastern Shore. $4H4 50.
Virginia, I3.75ff4.26- North Carolina, $3.:,0
04.25; South Carolina, $3.5904 25; culls,
$1.5002 Sweets, Jersey, No. 1, basket,
$2.50 St 8.
POULTRY, DltKS."KI nROII.rjRS
Fresh, dry packed, 12 tD box. Western,
milk fed. 10-15 Ilia to dozen, lb . 46W4!r,
11-24 lbs., 4641r : corn fed, 10-15 lbs. to
dozen, lb, 4If43c, 18-24 lbs., 4tf43c:
Southern, corn fed, 10-24 lbs, 4143c
fresh, Iced, bhls , Western, mlllt fed,
2- 2M lbs. per pair, lb., 430 45c; 3-4 lbs,
43if45c; corn fed, 2-24 lbs., 4042c-
3- 4 lbs, 40fr42c ; Virginia, milk fed, 3-4
lbs. to pair, lb., 430 45c; Philadelphia
and Long I.lnnd, fancy. 3-4 lbs to pair,
per lb., 50ff55c, Philadelphia and Long
Island. 5.24 lbs to pair, per pair, 7So
80c, Pennsylvania, 3-4 ihe. to pair, lb.
500 52c ; Long Island, scntded, 3.4 lbs to
pair, per lb., 40W42c, Western, scalded,
3-4 lbs to pair, per lb.. S0O42c; Southern,
kegs, dry packed, corn fed, 2-4 lbs. to
pair, per lb. SSO40c. Southern and South
western, bb'a , scalded, 2SO40c FOWLS
Fresh, bnxoi. dry pneked, milk fed,
fancy packs. Western, 0 lbs. and over to
dozen, JCfnSSr ; (g5e b. 3 fi i j c
lbs. 33c; '36ff42 lbs, 34Vic: 80. 35 lbs,
83Hc : under 30 lbs., 82'ic; fresh, hoxei.
corn ren, western, go lbs. nnd over to
dozen. 33 l,c : 48-5(i lbs., 354c; 43-47 lbs.
S4c . 30-42 lbs.. 334c; 30-35 lbs, SIVtC;
under 30 lbs.. 314c; fresh, dry packed,
bhls., milk fed, fancy parks. Western, dry
picked, 6 lbs, and oier, 334c; 4 lbs,
354c: 34 lbs. and under. 334c : South
western, 3-4 lbs. each, 34 4c ; fresh, bhls,
Iced, dry picked, prime, 5 lbs. and over,
JSc; 4 lbs., 33c; 3 4 lbs, 34c; 3 lbs
and under, 314c . ecalded, prime, mlxeJ
wclrhls, 34 4c. OLD COCKS Fresh, dry
picked. No. I. dry packed, boxes or bbls ,
lie. Iced, dry nicked, 274c: scalded. In
bl.ls.. 264C. SPRING DUCKLINGS Long
Island, lb., 33c. Long Island venrllngs,
S3c SQUADS Prime, white, n.tn lbs. and
over to dozen, per dozen, $3,50e;i8; dnrk,
ptr dozen, $20 2 50; cullt, per dozen. $1
OI .in.
POULTRY, Lit K 1IIIOILKRS Colored,
via expres.. 353Sc . white leghorns, via
express, 330 33c Western, larxe, via
freight. 30c: snvall, via fre'ght, 33 O 35c, ;
Southern, lurep, via freight, 31c: small,
via freight, 33c KOWL8 Via express. 33
W34c; via freight. 320 33c. OLD ROOST
ERS Via freight, 75c TURKEYS Via
freight, 210 30c. DUCKS Western, via
freight or express. !725c. OEI'.SE Via
freight or express, 20c. GUINEAS Per
pair, via freight. 83cO$l LIVE PIGEONS
Per pair, via freight, 40060c.
PROVISIONS Pork Arm; me.s. I47.60
41; famll'. $51' short clear, $IS53 Beef
firm: tn'ss. $Sjn,$3.50: faml'y, $38030.
packet, $35r36; extra India riess, $57059.
Hogs firm; barons, 36iC ; 140 tha , 264c;
pigs. 274c. Dellles firm; plklrd clear, 10.
12 lbs., 34036c; dry salted clear, 18.20
lbs., lie 4r. Greases firm; yellow, 1t4
lie: choice house, 164 A lCr, Pickled
hams steady; regular. 10-13 lbs., 274c;
skinned, 18.20 Ilia., 28,c. Tallow firm;
city sneclal lnn.e. ISr. Lard ateady; mid.
die West. $S.20O2il.S0 city lard steady;
quoted, 234c: refined lard Heady; on.
tlnent. $37.60; South America, $28: Brazil
Vert. $2t; compound quiet! quoted, 23 4 O
22Hc, Stearlne firm; oleo, 10c; city lard
steanne, 2Tti:ie,
RICE Domestic medium. Hi 10c;
httlit lOOlOKc: extra fancy, U
J,pn' UViSici blue rose,
8U0AK BYnUI'S Fancy filtered, per
grallon. 55c, in bbls. and 60c In bulk;
filtered, 40c. and lie.; unflttered, SOc. and
zoc.
,7lnJ:TnLES' MI8CK1.LANEOU8
BEANS Long Island, bag, HOl.65; Jer
sey, wax or green, btk., tlc.$1.60j flat
E.r"n' '8c'l.60; cranberry, 75c.O$l."5:
va, fini.to; Vlralnla, vix or green
bsk JSOtOc. BEETS 100 bchs., $1.60
tops off. bsk., Se,fl,3tt bbl., f2.JS
3.25. CARROTS 100 bchs., tl2; tops
S,1'.V,k" H.2SW1.60: bbl., f2JO4.26.
CORN Jersey, 100 ears, f34; Dataware
n,d Maryland, 100 ears. $IW2. CUCUM
IILIIS Jersey, box, 7tcfl.2S;.bsk., $1.25
P,li8.0i -Icroey. pickles, btk., $1.7S2; bbl.,
$405; Vlrgnla, btk., 607c; bbl., $12;
Delaware and Maryland, bsk., f0c.Otl.80;
hothouse, bsk., I102.75. CABBAGES
Nearby, per 100, $6St bbl., $101.75;
crate, SlOl.75; red, bbl., fl.7l2.25.
CAULIFIX3WERS Long Island, bbl., fl.SO
J.T5. CELERY State and Jersey, per
bunch, 55060c. EGGPLANTS Florida,
box, 60C.OI2; Virginia, 60 quart crate, $4;
Jersey, bsk., I203.2S. OARLIC Per lb..
20 25c. HORSERADISH Western, 100
lbs., $46; nearby, 100 lbs., $24. LEEKS
Nearby, 100 bcht., $12. LIMA BEANS
Jersey, btk., $2.tO3.IO; North Carolina,
bsk., $1.5003; Maryland, btk., 1203.50;
South Carolina, bsk.. fll. LETTUCE
Bslc, 60c.OII.25: crate, f0c.Ofl.26: bbl.,
Ttc.Ofl. MUSHROOMS Lb., SOOIOc
OYSTER PLANTS Nearby. 100 bchs., 12
4. OKRA Jersey, btk., $204.50: South
Carolina, carrier, $102.60. ONIONS Jer.
sey, white, bsk., $3t; yellow, btk., $1.15
OJ. 26: lying Island, bbl., fl4.50; btk.,
tl. 60O1. 75; Orange county. New York, per
bag, $202.75; bsk.. fll.t0; Maryland anff
Virginia, bsk., $101.40; Kentucky and
Louisiana, 100 lb. bag. $2.7503.25; Call.
Mrnla, yellow, 100 lb. bag. $1.6001; red,
100 lb. bag, $202.23. PEAS State and
western New York, bsk., $102.75: bag,
$1.2602.60. PEPPERS Florida, box, fl
1.25; South Carolina, box, $101.25; bsk.,
tlOl25: North Carolina, bull nose, bsk.,
SI 7 1.25: Italian, btk.. HOI. 25; Jersey,
carrier. $1.60; small box, 70 85c. PARS
LET Nearby, curly.. 100 bchs., tOcOll;
plain. 100 bchs.. $101.50. RHUBARB
Nearby, 100 bchs., 12 3. ROM AINE
Nearby, bsk., S0O60c; crate. 3560c.
SCALLIONS Nearby, 100 bchs., tl,
SPINACH Stnte, bsk.. 76c.fl.50.
SQUASH White, box. fOc.Otl; btk., 75c.
1.26; Italian, bsk, 10050c: crooked
neck, bsk., 23060c: berry crate, 50076c;
box 254750c: bbl., 60c. Oil: marrow, bbl.,
$1.60. TURNIPS Rutabaga, bbl. or bag,
$2.6002.75. TOMATOES Upper Jersey,
box. I2.50OS.60; South Jersey, Acme, box.
tl.752.2S; other ripe, box, $1.2502; other
green, box. $1.5001.86: culls, box. 1101.12:
8 quart bak., C075c; carrier. $1.60
3.25; Baltimore, carrier, $2.25: hothouse,
lb.. 100124c. WATERCRESS Nearby,
100 bebs, $191.60.
AUCTION SALES THIS WEEK.
MONDAY, JULY 23.
I AT II VD8EY STREET.
By Joseph P. Day.
WILLETT ST, 94. a s. 125 s Str.riton st,
26x100, 6 aty tnmt and strs O V Csr
llsle ant Wm Kurner et al, B S Frith,
any; due, $26,477.1$; taxes, gc, $310.18.
By Henry Brady,
1T4T1I ST, a , 180 w Amsterdam v, 36x
100. vacant O C Marvin agt M A
Wllllama er at: H M Bellinger. Jr.
atty; due. $4,638.11; taxes, Ac, $151.50.
AT S208 THIRD AVENUE 1
By M Morgenthau, Jr., Co.
LA FONTAINE AV, w a. 69.6 a Oak
Tree pi. 65xIO0xt74 ito Qnarry rd x 89.1
x Irreg, vacant City N Y agt D II
Dickinson et al; W P Burr, atty; due,
$15,441.48; taxes. 4 c. $1,682.12.
TUESDAY. JULY 2$.
AT 14 VESEY STREET 1
By Joseph P Day
104TH ST. 25 W,. n t, 160 w Central Park
W, 20x100.11, 6 sty flat J M Cham
berlln et al. exrs. agt Hugh Donohoe
et al; C P & W W Buckley, attys; due,
$21,441.61; taxes, Ac. $711.50.
4TII ST. 534 W. s s, 4IS.C w 10th av,
6. BxlOO. 10x86.7x100. , 6 aty tnmt Emi
grant Indust Savgs Bank agt F W
Sherman et al; It A E J O'Gorman,
attys, due. $6,661 (7; taxes, ic. $240.
By Henry Brady.
49TH ST. 506 W, s s. 1 31 w 10th av,
26.4x100 5. 6 sty tnmt & strs Farmers
Loan and Trust Co, exr. apt Carrie
Hollander et al; Geller & II. attys;
due. $16,511.24; taxes. &c. $263 60.
AT 320$ THIRD AVENUE.
By James J. Donovan.
238TII PT, E. s, 225 w Keppler av.
25x100. vacant P J Fox agt M F Wat
kins. J C Stein, atty; due, 1979.73;
taxes, Ac, $81,90,
WEDNESDAY, JULY 24.
AT 14 VESEY STREET
By Joseph F. Day
U-I'ST i:xt) AV. 3C?. w s. 83 n T7th St.
17 2x100 6, 0 sty dnlg F F Randolph
fast W .1 llesuiey et al. uean, 1 ae
attys- due, $23.301. 08; taxes, Ac. $765.
11BT1I ST. S03 E. n s. 72 11 e Pleasant av
ISxsO. 5 sty tnmt and ktrs N Y Savgs
Hank agt W V Gelt et al. J A Duttun,
attv. ilue, $11,013.72. tnxes, &c .Ji
3D AV. 2177. a s. 50.6 s 119th St. 25x100
i atv tnmt and strs Advance Mta Co
airt C M Toroey ct al. 1. H Jiarx. atty
due. 14,105.02; tuxes, &c. 1514.84; pr
mtg 123,750
By Henry llrndy.
CONVENT AV. 102 4. n s. 122 s 133d St.
71 CxlOO, 5 sty apt house It F Wneks
act Convent l'nru const co et 111: Miin
ner ft 11, attyi, due, 172,073.36 , tuxes.
&c. ISI4.20.
AT 3208 THIRD AVENUE.)
By James J. Donovan.
WESTCHESTER AV. 2014, a . 259.7 w
Olmstrad nv. 67.1x277 3 to Newbold av.
X67i275.ll Dollar saves Hank ant Katn
arlna Schmltz et al : MarKellar A- G.
attys; due, 15.471. 15; taxes, Ac. 12.424. 61.
IIAV1LAND AV. s e cor Olmstead av.
91.10x103 1 E .1 Many agt Geo Kelsvr
et al; Peter Mahoney. atty; due. $4,
6C0.32, taxes, Ac, $1,102.39.
THURSDAY, JULY 23
(AT 14 VESEY STREET.
By Joseph P Day.
8TII ST. 303 i. n s. 138 e Av C. 2.1x
8" 10, 4 stv tnt nnd strs R L Suydam
agt Joi Schenkeln et al: J S Prank,
atty. due, $12,714.47: taxes, Ac, $1,004.90.
By Henry nrndy
10TII ST. 001 E. n r, 04 11 o Av B, 28.1x
42, r, sly tnt and strs T E Mclloldrlck
nr;t I.oretta Corpn et al; .1 II Fleurv.
atty: due, 111.10.140; taxes, Ac, $1,(129.77.
AT 3208 THIRD AVENUE.
By Joseph P Day
WHITI PLAINS AV. rt(!.17. w s 7.1 n
212th si, 2.1.2x1 10 3x2.1lll 11 Michael
Hrennan. Inc, axl Michael Brenn-an et at;
F A Bennett, atty, due, $4,272.84
rillDAY. JULY 2d.
I AT 14 VESEY STREET. 1
By Samuel Marx.
10.1I ST. 320 E, s, 287.0 e 21 nv, 37 Ox
100.11, 11 aty tnt and strs Munderloh
Realty Co act II T Mclaughlin et al; O
r. Davit, atty; due, $3,077.90; taxes, Ac,
$809.
By Joseph P. Day.
1I1TII ST. H3! W, n r. 100 e 0th ,iv, 2.1x
02. 2 and 4 sty factory Herman llo
sltzlte agt O W Meyer et al: Neu. O Sc
S, attjt; due, $7,000; prior mtg, 17,500.
By Denny Brady
RIVERSIDE DRIVE. 72.1, e cor 130th
st. 10:1 4x118 8x99.11x123, 11 sly Imperati.r
nut home Jamestown Mantle Co agt
Be Glad Constn Co; Thrasher A C, utts;
Sheriff's sale of all rlxhl. tlt'. Ac, which
defendant had on April 8. 1918, or since
LIS PENDENS.
Manhattan.
BOND ST, 30 Greenwich Savs ll.ink agt
Stanley M Cook et al tforeclosure of
mtir) ; aKys. Mlddlehrook & norland.
SPRING ST. 3 Mnthllde S Slegman ngt
Citizens Investing Cn el al (foreclosure
of mtg); attys, Rose & Paskus.
Bronx,
178TH ST. s e tor of Prospect in. 4 7 lx
100 Abraham Dorb ct al agt Joseph
Seneln Co, Inc. ct al (foreclosure of
mta;): ntly. H Gottlieb,
LINCOLN AV, w s. 200 r of Columbus
iiv, 28.2x100 Frederick A Snuthworth.
ns Into, ngt Charlei II Btechlfr, ns
er. el nl (foreclosure nf mtg). atty,
W It Brlnkerhnff.
DOON AV. w s, 460 w Edenwald av.
50x96 6 Peter Brady ngt Edenwald
Nelson (foreclosure of mtg); atty, W
(? While
BRYANT AV. 1489 Delia Kearney Hues
UKt George W Muller et al (foreclosure
or mtel ; ntt)S, Knox A: Deignan.
WEBSTnil AV, w s, 01 1 n 137th st.
47 8x116.2 Maria D Pringie agt Evelyn
Dldg Co et al (foreclosure of mlgl ,
attv, (' Wood
181TH ST. e s, 255.4 e Southern Blvd.
12.6x100 Municipal Liens Co ngt
Blackwood Realty Co et ut (action to
foreclose .transfer of tax Hen); ally,
E C Smith
LOTS 466 and 466, block P, amended
man nf property belonging to Hudson
P Rose, known aa Mapes estate Kurl
Mlldenberger agt River Realty Co et
h1 (foreclosure of mtg); atty, J T Bun
ion. RECORD!:!) LKASKN.
Manhattan.
BROADWAY; 72-74 ; New st. J. It, cigar
slnro Century Building Co to D. A
Schulle, Inc, 63 Park Row, 5 yrs, May
1, HIT; atty, Schulte' Realty Co, 316
Bwuy $1,600
TRANSACTIONS RECORDED.
TRANSFERS.
(With nam and address of owner and
attorney.)
Downtown.
(South of Fourteenth ttreet.)
CENTRE BT, 144 to 1(0, a s Walker tt,
a s. SI.3 a Centra at, 25x12: Walker at,
111 and 121, s a, 60x100 Transit De
velopment Co to Coney Island and
Brooklyn Terminal Co, IS Clinton tt,
Bklyn; atty, J C Bennington, tt Clinton
st. .Bklyn $1
WEST BROADWAY, awe Watts at, 16. x
21x31.6x22.2 John J O'Connall to Provl
dentlal Realty and Investing Co, 23S
llway: atty, T O Co, 171 Dway. . .110,100
11TII ST, n a, 141.7 e Av B, 34.7x103.3
Stone Av Realty Co to Mulr Land Corp,
111 Fulton st. Dklyn, mtg 112,100; atty,
T O Co, 171 Bway $1
East Ude.
(East of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
and 110th strteli.)
ID AV, 17$, w a, 11.11x69 Sophia Blum
et nl to Kaimut Holding CS. Inc. 161 w
16th at; atty, Kantro
owsm
& 8, 120
jiway
...-.1100
Wert Bide,
(Vest of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
and 110th streets.)
4ITII ST, n s, 212.1 w fth av, 11.9x100.6
Kath F Regnard to Callna Realty Co,
Inc. IS W 45th at, mtg 119,000; atty, T
O Co. 171 Biitri 1100
DROADWAY, w s. 14.9 s flth tt, 21.1x110.2
Broadway and 17th t Corp to The
Nineteen Nlntty-ona Broadway Corp.
1947 Bway; atty, Elkus, V O ft P, 111
Bway. tl00
70TH 8T. n s, 100 w Amsterdam av. 16.x
:Si:-I'""lln c Anderson to Josephine
II Blttell, 41 W 56th tt, mtg $11,000:
atty, L Millet, 40 Wall at $100
Uptown.
(Manhattan Island, north of 110th ttreet.)
a,no,DYAT' "..'t l 0 1 Hospital lane
;i .'"." nun at, runa w 81. zx
17.7X a 75.6x w SI. 3 Lllll E Willi or
First to 1 Olorrls J-In, 1370 Lyman pi;
atty, T O Co, 17 Bway .....f 2.01)0
STH AV. n w cor 137th st. 10x13.1 City
Real Estate Co to Henry Morgenthau Co,
at 42d St Bldg, q c; atty, L T Co. 160
Dway , , n
13TTII ST, n s. 323 w fth av, 120x9'.it
Elizabeth Realty Co to-John E Nail,
2301 7th av; atty, Oreenberg ft Levy, ii
Park Row ti
ST.i"XlcJolAAa AV- n 8 cor th st. 17.7x
100 JIae eifert to Eltx F JJuckley, 45 W
Hit t; atty, J J Buckley, 233 Uway.f 100
Bronx.
(Borough of The Dronx.)
319TH ST. n t. being a 4 of w 4 lot 215.
S?p, Wakefield, . 25x114 Stephen Kn.
mlnskl to Slary KamlnskL 161 E 219th
V.V.?UX. '?S: ttr Jhn iBruccol. 3641
White Plains av fi
LOT 160, map Harrington ctate Mary A
Kennedy to Johanna Kennedy, 412 E
Tremont av, April $0; atty, R J Ken.
..JtSi' 51 Chamber at tlO
"iS'rVv" cor "ih Vt":;
55.8";."uln J1'obl to Geo F Knepper.
199 Belmont st. July 9; atty. Geo F
,-J?'SE.'r' 199 Belmont st 1100
17'D 6T. 493 E. n .. 19xl00-jinnle Ko
nopolsky to Jacob Klein, 1712 Washing
n VTV"!!,' U,09, July 3; atty, T
O ft T Co, 176 Bway 1100
S0,l-,T.lICKf BOULEVARD, w s 'oT.lo" n
1. 0th st, runs n 122.IX w 107.8x s BO.llx
rn?in2x.l,8.!l'ax I10.T Old. Holding
Wi."il.SiB Kenny Co, 811 Bway,
Poiro'-n00' Ju!y "J " L T A T
Co. 100 Bway . inn
INTERIOR plot begins at land Wm W
Aator on s a lot 457. map Mapea estate.
runs w 42 to no nt inn T i ...... 1 1 1.. -
A.. a,3x .r'-EUs Stelnmetz t,
r'.Vt'y.G" T4OoW,'70 Sway"'- Ju'
ri- ttt ru otsinmetz to
ll v
tl
100 Wm G Mrneaih ?p..
ir?irtfIe?r.!,UV h ' m,f $33,000. Nov 20.
I or oVtr l' T $ T C?' 180 "way.. $100
LOT 201 map Van Nest Park Otnlo
Adartin to Jacob Schwartz, 172.1 Oarfleid
st. July 19; atty, T G A T Co, 170
llwav , 1100
LOTn,I1-i?di 20,b,k4' m"n PVlh's'm'park
XT.V. "S'i" .'-MiJ' Co ' MRr' Cham-ST-"-
Jm,Tu U0"1 July 10: atty, T G
AT Co, 170 Bwa lion
PEI.IIAM RD, n e c Slulford a'v'"li2'.i
lXATr,i r7 J McCormack Vt'-fi
i 2,M,K,ll,.l!l,1i 174 Prospect pi. mtg
J' r?, ' JVly 12: Ch!1 F Halsted.
44 Pine st t.
FlLIiT0N. AV' e,"' 81 n ,rom a'VVloVoV.
map Morrl.anl.-i, runs e 211x n 23r w
:i,Ir,,2," '"'i"1 0 Wl11 et al to Mor
rli Pntsky. 1.181 Fulton av, July 3:
SIIf.RMA.N A. a e c TR.Ith ef. approach to
Concourse, to 4x0.1x79 -4x72.7 (jfd Hold
Ing Corpn tn Wm F Kenny Co, 841
""V- mtr $37,000, July 10; atty, T O
It T Co, 1,0 Bway jioo.
MORTGAGES.
(With nam and address of lender and
attorney.)
Downtown.
(South of Fourteenth street 1 ""
NASSAU ST. M o , 16 8x50.6 -John P
I.e-ich to Emily M Leach and ano.
extrx Jarpes Leach. Park Rldxe, N J.
S"8 ,? .bo,d; atty. Jos Anderson.
ri i.T ih" plf'r..J'J", Clt'-- -15.000
" -T' 353 Rml 555 f;. runs n 9Cx 35x
s Six w 0 fix H 58 w ii ,
Molll. Pirltmller, 1428 Br.vant av, to
Samuel I Klein. 474 W 150th at. pr
mtK $32.-00. due July 1.1, 192;, r,
attvs, Elsmon. I
C ft L.
135 Park
Hull
$2,500
West Side.
(.West of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
and 110th streets I
"T r ST.' , " w 6,h "v. 18 9x
100 5 Calina Realty Co to Kath F Rey
nard, pr mtg $19,000, due July 19,
1923. as per bond; atty. T G A
IT Co. 176 Bway $6 000
BROADWAY, w s. 84 9 . 68th t. fix
130 2 The Nineteen Ninety-one Broad
way Corp to Broadwav and 7th St
Corp. Ill Bway. pr mtg 15.000, due
July 1, 1921, nttys, Elkus. V O A P
111 Bway, 44 $C2.500
Uptown.
(Manhattan Island, north of 110th rtreet )
1S7T1I ST. n s, 267 w 7th av, 18x19 11
Gu.tavus Henderson to John P t.eo.
529 W 14th et. due as per bond;
attys. Dulon ft Roe, 41 Parle Row.$8.000
AUDUBON AV. s w cor 151st st. 90 2x
60 Tralnw Realty Corp to Herman
Meyer, 16 North Moore st, pr mtg $53.
000. due April 1, 1920, 6rV: atty. T O
ft T Co, 176 Bay ... 13 600
VERMILYEA AV. a s. 100 r. 207111 sr
50x150; Vermllyea nv. a s, 200 207th
st, 50x150 Rich Trading Co, Inc. -to
Louis Oelb. 300 E 68th st. mtg $89,700
atty, Michael Oold, 61 Chambers
t $100
Bronx.
(Borough 'of The Bronx )
1C5TH ST. 224 E, 72 7x79.3x63x50.5 Wm
F Kenny Co to Olds Holding Corpn, 841
Bay. prior mtg $57,000. July 19. In
stalt, 6, att, T (I ft T Co. 176
Bv. av ... $4 000
SOUTHERN BOULEVARD, v. .. 57 lh n
176th st, runs n 122. lx w 107 Sx s 50 Ux
e 63. 6x e 116.7 Wm F Kenny Co to Olds
Holding Corpn, 217 Ilnuy. prior mt.
ISI.500, July 19, Installs. 01 , uttv, I, T
ft T Co. 176 Bway 810 000
VYSE AV, v s. 80 n 174th t. 60x100 -'nnota
Dldg.Co. Inc, to Munhnttnn Mt
Co, 200 Bav, July U. due IVb 1. 1I9
. Mty- L T ft T Co, ten ltivay.$3.ooo
LOTS 19 and 20, blk 16. map IVIham Park
Marie s Chnmhera to Bronxdale Really
Co. 603 5th av. Julv 19. 2 yrs, frj, atty
Stephen 11 Ayrea, 503 5th nv I'to
FULTON AV. 1862, e s, 23x211 Morris
Polsky to Wlnfleld S Taylor and ano, 773
Garden st, July 6. 3 yrs. 54 ; attv T
G ft T Co, ITS llwav. . . 7. $5 000
WALES AV e s, being lot 99, map Wilton,
Port .Morris and Eist Morrlsanla, 50x100
Johunnei Ruff to lltnry Wlegmann
and ano 1659 Teller av, July , ,, 0
July 1. 1921. 5ViA. atty.' I. T 4 t c "
110 Bway is.jsor;
ASSIGNMENT OF MOHTdAOES.
Mnnhattiin.
HUDSON ST. n e cor lath st. 80 rixlA.A
Jos F Vhelan to Theo II Lumprerlit et
al, Manharset. I, 1: utty, a T Sicker, 38
Ullierty st lodiiii
3D AV, 1579, mtg 110,000, now $9,rnn--Ji,s
11 Flaherty and ano, exrs Albert Brandt
to Ells Brandt. 1407 Lexlnirion nv. am',
Suml B Hamburger. 2 lienor st.. tmo
uSTIl ST. .VI4..1.1CI W Tluiteea of Columbia
University to U S Trust Co. trusters, 4.1
Wall st; ntty. John ll Pine, 07 Wa.l
BKADHUrisT A V.' "w ."s'l U 'll'th'sT
44.Sx.13 lx ld.i II ! tn Anna l;
Williams. Sidney, Delaware Co, N V
ally, T (1 A T Cn, 170 Hw-u ... il
"1ST ST. .11.1 W. intu- $17.3(1.1 Hrooki'n
Trust Co lo N Y Title A Mtg Co, '3.1
Rway 1 ion
84T11 ST, l'l W Lawyers Mtg (V, to
Hrwnrd T Kingsbury, exr Sani'l Frost.
Sandi Point, L 1: atty. I, Mtg Cn, 3
Liberty st tg fM
1ST AV. 14.18, mte $4.fKl0 Merer Hhnnorf
to Sarnh Shnnoff. .147 B 72d st, aitv
Jos G Abrnmenn, HO Church st. . . . . Girt
9TII AV, 018-020, mtg $.18 nun Nathan
lln.rnlmum to lliuk.r. Trust Co, 111
Wall st. atty. I. T A T Co, 100 Bway. .11
Bronx,
238T11 ST. 23.1 E Herman liner tn Fannie
Stein. (120 W 138th st; utty, Title Guar
A T Co, 170 Bway $3,l'.0(l
BHOOKI.INE ST. s s, 1.18 .1 e Marlon nv,
30x33x Irreg John Roberts. Mt Vernon,
N V. lo Annie M Roberts, 211 So 14tll av.
Mt Vernon, N V. ntly, John Roberlt, 20
So 14th av, Mt Vernon, N Y $1
EAST HALF lot 4!)li, map Wakefield Frank
1' JIayhew and ano, tru, In Andrew
Knahn. 8411 Union nv; utty. R Hlckox.
:i:tn White Plains av. .. .. .$2,300
14.11) ST, 381-383 E Nathan lUsenbaum lo
Ilanltrrs Trust Co, 10 wi st, atty, Law
vers Title A T Co, 110 Bway $1
238TH ST. 2.11 E-Fannie Stelp in Title
Guar T Co, 1711 Bway, ally, Tills Guar
A T Co, 170 Bway $3,000
16IST ST, 7S4 E Isaac .Sandler to Eva
Kotzcn, 37 W 112th at; attys, Kantro-
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Plar 35 North River New York, N. Y.
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HTATr.ltllO.MS, fl.OO, $1.50. ft M0.
Dally, Including Munday, 3:30 P. Al.
From i'ler U.E.It. Phone :;90 Uscltinan.
FALL rtlVEK LINE inside itouia
lo llnslon. Lt. Pier 14. N. lt 0.00 P.M. dall.r.
Troy Evening Line
III, 1 y . x Hat
To Ti i. lurei-l
Pier 43. N II , N. Y
Tel Jprnil! Idli
wltz 4 i:, .Till na. . 51.U0O
ST l.AWItCNC'll AV. ir,10 .Mariln !'
Hreden, exr. to Curollne V.lIueer, lltl
Droolt av, atl. C A Kurlliinnn, IM av
and 148th l J. Sim
AV ST JOHN. IIM- Hyman Cnhn lo I.en l
Cohen. 107 Van ll.uren st, llklyn, attys.
tiettner. S A A. SHO llway 1100
IJ7TI1 ST, 11117 E Then HponhelnKr and
ano. exrs, to Adolf Ko'op. M Vernon.
N V. allv, W C fl!..n, .10 1: 41M st JU.OO0
WAI.I.Arn AV, lllll(l.Ios IMKar et al.
exrs. Ac, to North Side .MIc Corpn. 1101
ll 140th st. atty. Iwtnjers Title A T Co.
1110 Ilnay lll.OOO
HATi8i n:i) .Mi)itrii.(;i;s.
Mnnliuttan.
tWIth name and mlilress of lender'
al- !
torney 1
imADIIUItST AV. xv r. 315 9 a MSIh tt.
44.3X&& lx Irreg John J Moonan, 27
llradhurst uv, to Ann.i K Williams,
Sidney, Delaware iiiunty. N Y; attv,
T I! T Co. July 19. 1907 J1.500
ES.R' ST. 104. 11 s. 108 n Delnniey st.
21x100 3k2lx Irreg. also Essex st. e s.
sdi nliove, 21x100 Jacob Hlie.elt, 7?0
HUerslile Drle. to K it in I Harris. Oi
10. 1103. att. .M 13 Gossett, 211 Ilroail
, way 119,500
1TII AV s cor tilth at, 100 11x110
I.ona lle.ich Autouioblle A Storage Co
to Jacob llnsenthal, 340 W listh
Die 20. 1917; attys, Marks A M. rs
I'nrk How , J12.009
KJTII ST, s . 120.1 e Amsterdam a
Sara Campbell to Amy II Stearns, 32
K 114111 st, Dro 30, 1916. ally, Hurlni k
i; ltahell. 39 Park How. . Is. 000
PKAIll. ST, w s. 67 10 s w Piatt t
runs n w 122. 5x s v. 0 lx n w i: lox
a w 24. lx a 77 91.x s e 50 to l'exrl
H x n e 29.9 tn beg; Pearl Ml, 31..
v. , 20 2x100x16.5x100 Prefi rred City
Iteal Instate Co to (iorge Ittcliter.
Ilnonlnn. N J. March 7. 1917; nll.
1. T & T Co, HO llway.. 15 000
71ST 8T. n a. 100 w West End u. 1 8 x
102.2 Trances T Pop., Mnnti'lalr. N J
10 N V Tllle Mlg Co. 135 lli,
nc 9. 1102 117. SOU
I4GTH ST s w ror 7th av. 100x10
(lustav Vlehl. 334 II 178th Ht. tu 111
xarlan Itealty Co, KO Hay, Dec 29.
1916 19,500
"mJTSTEAMERTI 1 9
lTianaaiay
MECHANICS' I.IKNH.
Mnnliattun.
39T1I ST. !36 East Kims Conslrucllnn Cn,
Inc. ngt Frank Correntl, owner and con
tractor 11.400
UHOADWAV, 1J87 Superior Pointing Co
ngt Silk Itealty Co, owner, llnssnfr
Lunch Co, lessee irenewal) 11.3.0
llroni.
145T1I HT. 548-SO East John Millar agt
Esther M Kalliky, owner and centrac
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LINE
S. C. Jacksonville, Fla.
Fla.
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OLD DOM N ON LINE A" i,olnt Bouth
uuu uuminiun Line w,,t Evry Wt(,v
Day. I I'.M.. Tier !5. N.n. Tel.1900 Franklin.
Continued
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LINE aeml-Weekly Railings.
166 Broadway.
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MOUNTAIN
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AM, OUTKIDK STATEROOMS, gl TO tX
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I.v. Ilatlery ri.r 10:30. 3:30. Tel. liroad 1171
ajhorl 1 1 Hudfeon Trips Every Hour. t5c.
HAKTFORU LINE
From New Pier 20, East Itlvor, toot PscJc
Slip, da.iy jxcept SunJa, I p. 11., for
I'onnpct.cut Itlver Lnndlnca. Tare 92,40.
HUDSON NAvTtSATION COMPANY, Daily
rom l'ler 32.N II . C P 11 . Writ 1.TM St a SO ! l
TACTOIIIES l'Olt tiAI.E.
FACT0RYl:
ri'I.I.Y EQVIPPKD.
III.ECTIIIC AND STHAM POWEIt KS
rr.ClALI.Y ADxI'TKD FOH TUXTILK
WOHK. PLIANT V OK THXTM.K l.AHOll.
2 Al'HUS I.AM) 70 000 I'EKT FLOOlt
SPACE, IMMEDIATE POSSESSION
A. C. WHEELKR, N0RWALK, Conn.
TO LET FOK I1LMNESS I'L'KPOlES,
CORNKII Olllff, 1J windows, n.rlooklnf
Hrvant Park 110 West IQIh Itoom 1203.
OFFICES, 125 to :0 30 story building.
110 West 40th. Uoom K03
INSTltl'C'TlOV
I'OH IIOI N AM) YOL'.NU MEN,
nEHKELKV. lit VINO SCHOOL.
'From Prlmarv to College" Gym,
Hnimmlng Po d eir . J7ih ear. 309 W.
13d M Tel h.'h)ler 4131
hi .MM EH CAMPS.
PHILLIPS ACADEMY MILITARY CAMP
I For Preparatory and lllch School Hot.,
I At Andoer, Mm.., dill) 3 to AukiioI 14,
I directed by tUltUdUn Overseaa OITlrer..
, Same liiHtructlun glen a lu France Trench
1 Cnnsiru'-llon and maneuver. Ilayonrt
I'lRhllnit. Homblng. P.ltli. and Marhlna
tlun Practice All depurwinnls of Mllliarr
I Instruction pertaining to modern v.arfaru.
i;ouipniuni unu pi.nu ut i-uiuii .xinue.iir
to be utlllred Fee. 1150.00. Including
eerylhlns. For Information write Dr. Al
fred E Stearns, Principal
I.EliAI, NOTICES.
The Charles N. Crlttonton Cn , legally
dissolved on voluntary uppllcallon, and
now In liquidation, request nil who have an
unsettled account against It. reg-ulsr or
I corslgnment, lo send statements tor ad.
I Justniont before Sent. 1, 1911, after which
I tlmo w wilt innstdcr oursvlvca absolved
; from all obligation.
1 Mr . till 19
101 Til 1ST n " tor nf Hu av, 107 JxlOO t
lllchard Y. Thlbaut, Inc, agt Ilarsin
llldg Corp, owners and rontra
tora tnt.5)
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