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THE SUN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1918.
NEWS AND COMMENT
Forwarders Tnko Eight Story
Wnrehouso Ncnr Fulton
HOME BUYING A FEATURE
Commutation Statistics Show
Largo Movement to Suburbs
Other Boroughs Active.
neports from brokers' offices yester
day Indicated rc.ittercd trading, flffect
Inp all kind of property from down
town north to The Bronx. The best
deal was for a warehouse near the
Kulton Market valued nt $75,000. It was
taken out of the market by forwarders
mho need the property. Little money
was represented by the other deals.
Brooklyn wai active, as was Queens.
There seems to be a great home buying
movement through Long Island. High
rentf.ls here are responsible for It. The
lncreape In commutation trafllc Indicates
the strength of the outward movement.
WM!a nomilatlnn may be leaving Man
hattan business Is arriving. Leases show
concerns from other parts are locating
here. Construction was chleny in alter
ing hiillitlmra to meet requirements until
the Government will release material for
DEAL NEAIl KUI.TON MAIUCET,
Reardon Hrothern have bought for In
vestment from T. Hurt McOuIre the eight
storv cold storage Plant at 299 to 303
Water street, on a plot 50x"2, The
property Is under lease to the Fulton
Market Refrigerating Company on a net
rental basis for a term of twenty-one
ears. with renewal nrivlleges. D. & W.
Mullins negotiated the sale. The holding
price was (75,000.
TRADING WIDELY SCATTEIiED,
WEST THIRTY-SIXTH STREET
Kreldus & Co. and Harry J. Schum
have sold for the estate of Franklin J.
Mlnck 358 and 360 West Thlrty-lxth
street, two flvo story buildings, on
plot 50x98.9. The buyer, William Hy
man, gave In exchange the Ave story
flat at 313 West 141th street, on lot
WEST SEVENTY-FOURTH STREET
Slawson A Hobbs have sold for The
rese R. Naumburg the four story and
basement dwelling at 137 West Seventy-fourth
street, on lot 22x100. J
The new owner will occupy. It was
held at J 10,000. The same brokers
negotiated the recently reported sale
of the dwelling 113 West Seventy-
fourth street for Louis S. Kerr to Mrs.
T. Parker for occupancy.
WEST H8TH STREET Ennls & Sin
nott have bought through W. D. Mor
gan from Ellen Oaffney 333 West
118th street, a three story and base
ment dwelling on lot 16.8x100, between
Amsterdam avenue and Broadway.
FIRST AVENUE Sablna de Marco has
sold the six story tenement, with
store, on lot 25x100, nt 2201 First
avenue, adjoining the southwest corner
pt 113th Street.
RESELLS BROOKLYN HliAI.TV,
Frederick Brown has resold 301 to ."03
Rogers avenue, northeast corner of Mid
wood street, three two family houses,
with stores, on plot 60x100. to the Clio
Realty Company; nlso resold the four
story fiat nt 43 Herkimer place to the
Movard Realty Company. The proper
ties were acquired earlier In the month
by tha seller In exchange transactions.
Alphonso P. Spero has bought for In
vestment the property at 79 Fourth ave
nue, corner of St. Mark's place This
was one of thirteen. parcels recently sold
at auction by Victor Haines as bankrupt
referee. The purchase price was 115,000.
Walter S. Hews and C. C. tlretsinger
have sold for Ella O. Buckley the one
family house at 345 Eighty-second street
to ;i client for occupancy.
Mortimer P. Kevly has sold the new
nne family dwelling at 2307 Avenue S
fur Sophie A. McDonald to Ida L. Mar
ius for occupancy; also the one family
dwelling, on plot 60x100 feet, at 2015
East Fourteenth street, for Carsten Plato
to a client for occupancy.
ACTIVITY" IN CiUEENS.
The McCreery Estate has sold to V. E.
Cooper the southeast corner of State
street and Flushing place. Flushing.
M. L. Perlee has sold to D. C. Hlggs
a plot 125x150 at the southeast corner
of Ninth street and West avenue, Long
1 A. Collins has sold to the Kerr
Realty Company a plot 75x92 at the
northeast corner of Central and Madison
BUYS AT HEMPSTEAD.
The Charles F. Noyes Company has
sold for cash six plots at the corner of
Nassau place and Fulton street. Hep
steart, L. I., with a combined frontage
of 150 feet on Fulton street and 168 feet
on Nassau place, to a client of Fred In
graham for speculative purposes.
SELLS GREAT NECK HOUSE.
Baker Crowell has sold the large New
England house on Dcepdale Drive, Great
Neck, L. I., for Irene V. Kimball to John
W. Noble of Manhattan. The property is
on a high elevation and close to the
links of the (JriMt Neck Coif Club and
the waters of Little Neck Bay. The re
ported price Is I;:, 000.
GREAT KILLS BUNGALOW SOLD.
The Meister Builders have sold to a
buyer for occupancy a bungalow on a
plot 50x100 on Wiman avenue. Great
Kills, Statcn Island.
NEW YONKERS DEVELOPMENT.
(J. Nastauer & Co. have bought 225
lots in Vonkrrs Heights, Yonkers, for
J200.000 for development purposes. The
proptrty Is sitintcd on Colgate Park.
Mircenvalc, Douglas, Hillside, Upland,
Nepperhan and Morsemere avenues and
V. S. ARCHITECT TO BUILD.
Andrew J. Tnomas, supervising archi
tect f the United States Shipping Board,
has bought through Burke Stone, a nlot
at the corner of Fenlmore road and WaL
worth avenue, (Ireenacres, Hartsdale,
from Dr. Ralph II Ryan. Mr. Thomas.
who recently sold his home on the New
York Port road, Scarsdale, contem
plates building two residences, one of
which he will occupy,
SELLS LAWHKNCK PARK IIOUSR
Burke Stone has sold for Louis A.
F.bllng .1 residence on Summit avenue,
Lawrence Park, to Walter E. Hallett of
the Bank of Savings.
MANIIATTANITK BUYS AT nYK,
Charles S. Faulkner has sold for E.
Russell Stephana his cottage In Sound
View Park, Rye, on plot 160x150, to II,
Schattla, a New York merchant, who will
SATISFIED MECHANICS' LIENS.
ANTHONY AV, 1 SHI- -Clinton Reasley axt
Mary A Edar et. al, Aug 1, 1911 hi
MARION AV, 2436-1110 lieyman Denker
act SMC Realty Co, Inc, et al, Sept 7,
SAME PROPERTY Storm wood Flooring
'n. Inc, agt same, Oct 11, 1917. ,, 1611,61
MARION AV, 2136 Donobue A Goelti agt
SMC Realty Co. Inc, et al, Sept 5,
SAME PROPERTY East Side Iron Works.
Inc, agt same,' Sspt 7, HIT liti
NEW HEM COMES HERE.
Clothiers Rent Space In Harlem
Other Trade Leases.
George R. Read & Co. have leased the
upper part of the building at 226 and
228 West 126th street to the Menter
Company, clothing, which operate stores
In various cities outside or New yonc
This will be their first location In, New
Hell A Stern and Tucker, Speyers &
Co. have leased at 11 and 13 East
Twentyslxth ntrcet. through to Twenty
seventh, the eleventh floor to William U
Hartley and Mallto Bros., and the
twelfth floor to Samuels & Levlne.
The Duross Company has leased the
store and basement nt 27 Greenwich ave
nue to T. Trlantafllos for a term ; also
the building at 316 West Fifteenth street
for the estate of P. H. Keahon to John
Smith for a term.
Pease ft Elllman have leased offices In
the southwest corner of Seventy-socond
street and Broadway to M. F. Lough
man; also leased a loft at 15 West
Forty-fifth street to Helen M. Heller.
nnOOICLYN WAREHOUSE LEASE
The estate of Margaret W. Knowles
has leased to William C. Shaw and
Charles B. Ineson the building on plot
100x100, at 91 to 98 Van Dyke street
In the Erie Basin section of Brooklyn.
The property adjoins the waterfront and
will be used as a warehouse for general
merchandise. G. P. Butterly negotiated
HOWARD ELLIOTT RENTS SUITE
Douglas L. Elllman & Co. have leased
a furnished apartment at 755 Park ave
nue to Howard Elliott, former president
of the New York, Now Haven & Hart
ford Railroad. Also apartments at 158
East Fifty-fifth street to Miss Margaret
li. Macullar and Miss Caroline H. Shaw;
at 119 East Fortieth street to Mrs. E. C.
Bogordles; 32 East Sixty-fourth street to
Philip W, Selppe: at 840 Park avenuo
to Mrs. C. E. Railing; at 106 East
Elghty-flfth street to G. Temple Bridge
man; at 18 East Forty-eighth street to
Leon Grossler, and at 24 East Forty
ninth street to William A. Manges.
William A. White &.gflns,have leased
from the plans to Alma II. Hawley, an
apartment at 7 East 'Fifty-fourth street,
and have rented to Edward Bayard
Halstcd for a term an apartment at 19
West Fifty-fourth street.
NEW HOME KOFI JUDUE GARDEN
Pease & Elllman have rented furnished
for Mrs. E. W. H. Connor to Judge
George A. Garden, the 32-foot five
story American basement dwelling at
121 East Sixty-second street, between
Park and Lexington avenues.
Douglas L. Elllman & Co. have leased
16 East Seventieth street, a five story
American basement dwelling on lot
17.6x100.6, for Mrs. Moses H. Hopkins
to Myron C. Taylor.
If73,000 PLANT IN fll DAYS
The Chevrolet Motor Company will
'V" . . ... . .,.",''. I
erect an audition to Its Kingsianu i-oini
plant at Tarrytown to provide space to
build kitchen trailers for the Govern
ment. The company has Just awarded
a contract for the work to the White
Construction Company. The new build
ing will be three stories and basement,
on a plot 80x140, and Is to cost J175.000.
It Is to bo of rcenforced concrete and
will be built In sixty working days.
NEW PARK AVENUE SCHOOL.
' William A. White & Sons, with the
Douglas RoblnEon, Charlfw S. Brown
Company, have leased the American
basement dwelling at the southeast cor
ner of Park nvenue and Sixty-fourth
street, to Clement Lawrence Smith, for
use as a boy" school.
UNIVERSITY PL. ALTERATION.
The Charles F. Noyes Company an
nounces that contracts have been award
ed to Bernard F. Golden for altering 82
University place, a four story and base
ment high stoop dwelling, from plans by
John H. Knubel, for otTlce purposes. The
ground floor will cover the entire lot.
the front will be brought to the building
line and other improvements made. The
property was purchased hy clients of the
Noyes Ccmpany a few months ago
through William Crulkshank's Sons.
NEW BRONX BUILDINGS.
RHINELANDER A" n . 14.6 w Bunt
av .Mlchnfl Vista, 1915 Hunt av, owner;
Michael A Cardo, 2153 Uelmont u,
architect, cost 15,000
ML'LFOUD AV, a. 125 Morris rark av,
1 ty fr dwlg, 11x10 Henry Stumpfel,
1S1 Mulford nv, nniier. Chas It Baxter.
3105 MIddletonn road, architect;
CODDINGTON AV, n a. 123 30 e Tremont
av, 2 sty fr dwlg, 21x25 Anna c Newall,
1521 Hone av, owner, Henry Noriihelm.
19U Kowler av, architect; cost .... 12,000
RESULTS AT AUCTION.
AT 11 VESEY STUEET.1
By Joseph P. Bay.
GREENWICH ST, 753 to 757, nee llth
at, 59.10x71.3x30.11x7.5, three 3 sty tnt,
strs on cor I L Brower agt J G Krltz
et al; due, 16,300; taxeft, ftc, 12,000, pr
mtg, 112,000; tn the plaintiff 117,500
Uy Arthur C Sheridan.
IITH ST. 137 W, 25x103.3, vacant Farm
ers Uoan and Trust Co. admtr. aa-t H I,
t.ucc et al, due, 137,555.10; taxes. Ac.
11,041.60; to the plaintiff 131,000
Hy Henry Brady
102D ST, 330 and 332 E. 37.6x100.11, 6 stv
tnt and strs Lincoln Trust Co aft I. II
Strouse et al, due, 125,379 S5; taxei. Ac.
11.286 60, to the plaintiff J5.O00
IITH ST. 511 K, 25x203.3, 5 sty tnt and
strs M J Becker aft Mnsea Ryshpan
et al; due, 123,513.33, tales, dc, k1;
to the plaintiff 122,000
I AT 320S THIRD AVENUE.)
By James J. Donovan.
166TH ST. 701 K, a w c Jachfnn av, 22x
100, 2 sty fr dp Ig Emigrant Indust Sav
Bank agt A I. Maat i t al; due. 16,460.52:
taxes, Ac, 1255; to the plaintiff. . . . 14,900
NEW MANHATTAN BUILDINGS.
PARK AV, 42, for a 6 sty dwlf, 25x83
J E Berwlnd. 102 E 39th st, owner; W
Lund, 101 Pnrk av, nrchltect; cost.t7t.000
ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGES.
1I9TH ST, 3(9 E, mtg 110.000 Ella L
Murphy to Title Guar ft Trust Co. 174
Bway. .w 18,000
97TII ST. ?19 E. mtg 116.000 Amerlrnn
Mort Co to Henrietta M Plcabla, 10 E
13d st; atty, Daweon c! Gloer, "0 Stli
CATHEDRAL PARKWAY, 601, mtg 163,
000 Ono Sixty nroadway Holding Corpn
to Llna Rappaport, 121 Spruce st, Phlla.
delphla, Pa; atty, Alex S Nataii.jn, i70
Bway , S100
CLINTON AV, 13U Louise A Tenney to
By Llngelbach, 761 Beck at; ntty, Title
Guar ft T Co, 176 Bway 11,000
AME PROPERTY Louis Mese to stnie;
atty, same 12,500
MARION AV, 2672 -Isabella R Romans
10 Lawyers lug ("n, 59 Liberty st, atty,
A E Kellv. It fnlnn Sn. IS son
SAME PROPERTY Lawyers Mtg Co to
Henrietta W Drury, 218 Redmond st.
New Drunswlrk, N J ; atty, sime.. 15,000
CLAY AV, 1702 - Louis Albert and ano to
Wm J Latimer. 52 Bank st; ntty, A E
Kelly, II Union Su X100
PARK AV, 1327 Penny Savlo to Marlanna
Roberts. 305 15 107th st, atty, B Kllash
nlck, 302 Hway 11,000
BROADWAY, s e cor 231th St. 53.SxlS0.6x
97.10x176 Arbrls Realty Co tn Mrv It
Matthews shanklln. Is of Wight, Eng
land; atty, Ttltle Guar ft T Co, 176
BA1NIIRIDOE AV, :586--Hy Llngelbach
to Title Guar ft T Co, 170 Bway; atty.
Title O ft T Co, 176 Ilway 15,000
PARK PU s w cer Gseenwlch st. 79 Ix
27. S James A Mllehaln agt llda E Tllll
(action to (1. lose mechanic's lien):
atty. F M I1j'.
100TII ST. n s. 1' w Park av, 20x100.11
Hmry (' Iteed agt So'omon Ryshpan et
al (foreclosure of mortgage); uttys, Wil
son. Barker ft Wager.
SEAMAN AV, s w ror 204th St. 200x100
Metropolian Life Ins Co agt John.P Klr
wln et al (foreclosure of mortgage);
attys. Uutcher, Tanner ft Foster.
AVENUE C, 153 Frederick O Reed agt
Max Rosenbaum et al (foreclosure of
mortgage) j attys, Wilson, Barker A
(With the name and address of owner
(South of Fourteenth street.)
FULTON 8T, 17J-4, t4.lx7T.4-N Y Law
School to Its Dway Corp, 115 Bjay,
mtr. 1400,000, all Hem, July 1; nr.
TltU Ouar A T Co, 17 Dway f 1.000
10TII ST, 230 E, 25xH block Mary 11
Hague to Homo of the Sons and Daogh
tera of Israel, 112 E 10th at, July It;
atty, Lawyer! T ft T Co, 140 Broad
s East Side.
(Eat of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
and 110th streets.)
LEXINGTON AV, 101, northeast corner
2d st, l.x70 Corner naalty Co to
Chelsea, nealty Co, IIS Dway, mtr.
I2S.S0O, all liana. Aug I; atty, N V
Title ft M Co, US Dway II
ID AV, 1111, II. 1x110 Quetna Draper to
.George C and C W Qlsblsr. 1111 Third
av, all liens, Aut It atty. Title Guar
ft T Co, 1T Bway 1100
ID AY, 14I, 15x100 All! Schtner to
Morris Pressen. Ill B 100th at. and ano;
atty, Simon llerf. T14 Broadway, Brook
(West of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
and 110th streets.)
IITH ST, 70 W, 40x100.1 Tywest Build
ing Corpn to (lalathea Iltalty Corpn. 20
Lawton av. West Washington Market,
NYC, mtg, 141,500, all liens. Aug ;
atty. John M Ruck, l Nasau St.... 1100
MTU 8T, 181 W, 15.4x7t.ll Edward C.
Brett, axr, Walter S Brlf ham, to Emma
and Walter D Brlfham and Edna R
Brown (Brlgham), all at lit W llth
st. mtg, l.00. all liens, June 14; atty,
Fred V Delavlna. 10 Bway I)
BAME property Waltar D Brlfham and
F.dna R Brown to Emma Brlfham, 15J
W th st, q c, July 2; atty, same. ...II
(Manhattan Island, north of 110th street.)
11ST1I ST, 14 E. 25x100.11 Rosatte Bohaf.
ran to Leo Schafran, 21S W llJtii at,
mtr. 121.000. all liena. April IT, 1J12:
art.lress 51 Chambers st....... IJJ
115T1I ST. 1 E. a s, 170 K Fifth sv. 15x
,nn,, Qoma In m. all Hens. NOV 20,
1117 ; address L Schafran, SI ChLmbare
12ITH ST, 351 E, 11.7x100.11 Callahan
Estate, Inc. to John A Orsgory, 114 W
117th st. mtg. 11,160, all lions. Aug S:
atty. Title Ouar ft T Co, 174 Sway.. 4100
1ST AV, 2420-J2. 50.4x76 Fannie M and
Charles F Porter, Individ and exrs. to
Menard Realty Co. 52 Bway. mtg.
116.000, all liens. July I. ....... ....1100
HID ST, 2I W, 17.4x.ll John Thomp
son to Barry Held. 215 W lOld at, mtg
11.000. all liens. Auf 6; atty. Title Guar
& T Co, 174 Bway 1100
11JT1I ST. Ill W. 25x.ll Harvey R
DVntonto Millie E, hi. wit.. 47 W SJd
st, mtf 12.000 all liens, Aug 1: atty,
Oeo V Grainger. 150 Nassau at..... Gift
HAMILTON TERRACE, 50 J Fredk
Menke to Win Blnnott, T E 145th st.
mtg 19,000. all liens. Auf 1; atty. Title
Guar ft T Co. 176 Bway. .... ........II
1?TU ST, 511-11 W. 50x100 (forclos June
20) Cambridge Ltvlnfston. rf. to the
ftetar Realty Co. 10 Wall st; atty. A F
Hagar, 0 Wall st. ,''45',?S
1I7TH ST. n s. 31 e Audubon av, llx'4-10
Clara IF Brown to Allen D Emery, 4110
Bway. mtg 15,750. Aug 7; atty. Title
Guar ft T Co, 174 Bway 11
(Borough of The Bronx.)
FAILE ST, 961, w s, ISxlOOx Irreg Ales.
Wolff to Annie Epstein, 81 Manlda st,
halt part, mtg IS7.600. Aug 7; atty. I.
Epstein. 102J E 161d at .11
BRYANT AV. Ill, w a. 25xVS El ang ellne
C Coixens 10 saaie naaso, n 1
Aug 7, ally, lawyers una
npiiiiinv'T iv. 2412. . . 23x100
hTncher to Angelo Columbo. C20 E
i;th st. mtg. f4,71.5. Aug 1; tty
Till. -!,. Jtr T fn 17A ItlvAV 1100
FOREST AV, 914. s. Is. 9x75 Oswald
Schlockow to Sarah A Suiter, 436 E
136th st, June 13, mtg 13.50(1. atty. Title
Guar T Co, 176 Hay .1100
1J1ST ST. 945 E, n s, 41.5x111.9 Isaac
Lonenfeld Realty Corpn to Crown Oper
ating Co, 120 Bway, mtg 19.000, Aug S;
atty, J 1 Berman, 346 Bway 11
MARION1 AV, 2430, e s. o0xl00x5O.4x0tl 4
S M C Realty Co to Dora Schwenk,
30111 3d av. mtf 180.000. Aug 8, atty,
Title Guar A T Co. 170 Hay I10O
LONGFELLOW AV. &3 Mathilda Wein
berg to Bernard Fortgang, 40 W 111th
t. mtg $,0hi; atty, Chas -O Furth
man, 3d nv and 148th st 1
178TH ST, 229 W, a s, lOxpH laldor Sil
ver, ref. to American Savings Rank.
115 W 42d st, Aug 7; atty, John
Irwin. 203 Bnay : . tl.ono
17STH ST. 230 W. s s, 27.3x08.ltx22 3HS
Jh Shea to ame, Aug 0; atty,
WASHINGTON AV. 224(1. . (l.xif1l
Park J McMahcn. ret. to Ma K Bren
ner. l.M Central Park West, Aug fl;
attv, I. Hronner. SOU Bway 118 000
LOTS 585 to M". map Van Cortlandt est
Marx't J Redmond to John Moran. 4IO
.Rldgewood a v. Ilklyn. Aug S; atty
t txt Cn. 1110 nm . .15.201
LOTS 87 to PP. map St Joseph Orphan
Asylum Wllheim singer to iieirn num,
on Wilcox st. Aug ft. atty, H Duffy, on
Wilcox st, Bronx .....lino
LOTS li'2 to 10S. ame map- -Helen Duffy
to Wllheim Singer, 1334 Edwards ay.
Aug ft; ally. W Singer, 1334 Edwards
nv - lino
IN WOOD AV, e s, 129 11 n Clarke pi.
50x247 to Jerome av x 50 8x230.S Harry
I. Topllti to Ullle I. Toplltt. his wife.
41ft Riverside Dr. mtg lin.non, July 14:
attv, L L Topllti. 2011 W 110th st ..11
SAME PROPERTY I.IUIe I. Too'lts to
Harry L Topllti. Jr. Oil W 110th st.
mtr tin 000. Aug 7; atty. same... .51
ALDUS ST. s 1. 711 e Roe av. 42xin,
Annie Epstein to Ahr Wolff. SOT E
ftflth st, half part, mtg 138,000, Aug 1:
attv. J L Wolff. 21 W 4th st ..... H
1J7TB ST, s, 131.6 w WI'lls av, 25x100
Mary F Byrns to Elbe n Cordts. tl W
96th st, mtg 11.000, Aug S; atty, Gettner
S ft A. 299 Bwny ''JO
Al.nt'S ST. s a. 17 e Hoe av, 42x10 , Abr
WolfT to Hainan Knsiin. u u.
! 4 pirt. mtg, 135.5DO. Aug 7; atty, I.
Er'teln. 1021 E HJd st 31
BOONE AV. w s, 176 s 172d St. 25x100
r J Carey Jlldg vo, inr, tn auuipu
Truhe, 1S9 E 169th st, mtg 13,600, July
1, atty. Lawyers Title ft T Co, 160
Jlwav ... 1100
COURTI.ANDT AV. e a. 60 a 160th st. 15x
100 Grn ft Herheuer. a corp. to C J
Carey Bldg Co. Inc. 302 E 170th st,
Pt mtg llj.otvn. July 21; atty, Title
Guar ft T Co, 174 Bway 1100
(With name and address of lender and
(South of Fonrteer.th street.)
CANAL ST, 191. 23 2x100.3: Canal st. 191,
n , 75 2 w Mntt st, 25.2x100.3, Aug 1
111 nnd 193 Canal St, Inc. to Matilda
Orosman, 3 De Kalb nv, Whltr Plains,
N V. demand, t, pr mtg 150,000; attv,
F W Bottenroth, 241 Bway tl.OOO
AV c. n r loth st. runs e lx n 19 9x w
11 and 62 to av x r 19.9 to he, Aur 5
Mary. A O and Geo O MeI.ochlln to
l.awjers Title St Trust Co, 160 Broad
way, S yrs, 5' 17,000
(East of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
and 110th streets.)
53D ST. 174 e 1st nv, 20x100.5. Aug I
Jacob Forster to Benevolent Society for
the Propagation of Cremation. 351 Co
lumbus nv. 5 yrs, 514; atts, Merkle
id'a'v. p.t 7It"st. "l4.s'xH0.'p"m. Aug
1 Geo (' and r'has w Glebler tn Her-
mnnn Krel. 424 11 51st st, due July 1
1921. sr.: atty. Title Ouar T r. 17
Hhv 1 7, out)
2I AV. 198, 2:.xl0H. p in, Aur I Moirls
Pretsen to flllle fcheuer. SOI West End
nv. 5 yrs. 1: attys. Kurzmun X .l-'rHiik.
nroad st 114, SOU
(Manhattan Island, north of 110th street.)
124TH ST. SM E, Il.7xl00.il, p m. Aur
8 Jn A n-enorv tn (nllahan Estate.
Inc 149 tinny, 5 vrs. atty, Tl'
Guar A T Co, 174 nay 13.V50
(Unrot'irh of The Uronx )
LOTS 102 tn 10.'.. mm Pt. Joseph1" Or
phan Asylum Wllheim Slnjrrr tn Helen
Duffy, on Wilcox t, llmnx, Auk 5, 3
yrs. ; ntt, H Huffy, Wlloox st
KOREST AV, 914, e . 119x9f-Mnrah A
Putter tn Osn-sld Prhlneknw. 1112 Parlflr
s Trnnklyn, June 14. 3 yrs, 5Vjec. attv.
Title (luiir Sz T i'ii, I Tfi Divnv . .1,1.500
19STH ST. s s. 100 e H-lirgs av. 23x9k
.Hester C Kelly tn Kredk J Dllleniuih.
1310 E lll't st. Aim '. 3 vrs. 5H; nttt.
Lawyers Title A T Co. 160 Ilway 12,500
125TH ST. 52C W Famuel A Oreen at
estate of Wm' J Ehrlrh, owners Carl
Heuseer, nwner and contractor .... 9 S3 1 1
1431) FT, 45 to 51 W C.abrlel Hosner at
Non Column Oarage Co., Inc., owner and
63l Hi, ia r; -Anranam I'nmorantr art
Amell Herman, owner; Otto HdeReman.
lessee and contractor $175
CANAL ST. 191 nnd 103 Lanldus Bros
act 191 and 193 Cnnsl St, Inc, owner:
lxiuls Ahramson Son. contractors. . .1500
WAKIUNOtAn AV, 2150 Miller 1'ilntlnr
and Decoratlnir Co, Inc, aKt Thomas
Prynr, owner, Mrs. Thomas Prynr, con.
t) let Kon niifisisss rtuirnsim.
OFFICES, $25 to 150; SO-story building.
110 W. 40th. room 120J.
CORNER OFFICE. J! windows. overlook-
Bryant I'arlc. 110 W. 40th, room 1203.
j' T IVF TOPTPS
FELT HAT MAKERS
TO HELP WIN WAR
Form National Association
and Namo War Scrvico
Soma 90 per 'cent, of the men who
make fur and wool felt hats In New
York got togBtter In the Brevoort yes
terday morning and formed tha National
Association of Fur and Wool Felt Hat
Manufacturera of the United States. In
other words, another Industry Is mobiliz
ing to win the war.
Tha organisation takes being as the
result of suggestions of the United
States Chamber of Commerce and of the
War Industries Board. A war service
committee qf seven members was chosen.
This committee will go to Washington
Wednesday to confer with tho felt sec
tion of the War Industries Board In the
campaign to get tha most efficient and
coordinated action for war service from
Oflloers of the new association are
W. H. Ferry, president ; J. Howell Cum
mlngs, first vice-president; John Cava
naugh, second vice-president ; R. C.
Montgomery, treasurer, and W. V.
Campbell, secretary. On the war service
Committee are Messrs. Ferry. Cummings
and Campbell, and Harry MacLachlan,
Henry Friedman, Ralph Tompkins and
R V, Connett.
Britain Takes All Sheepskins.
The Textile Alliance, Inc., announced
yesterday that Its London representa
tives are In receipt of advices that the
British authorities are taking; all sheep
skins for the axt four months In Cape
Colony, South Africa.
Short Skirts on Show tn Paris.
Special Cabh DupalcS to Tna Sen.
Paris, Aug. 9. Malson Jenny opened
a collection remarkable for Its slxe un
der present conditions. The Informal
dresses have short skirts, giving a youth
ful appearance. Velvets and satins pre
dominate as materials. In a general
way It can bo said the sleeves are either
tight or flaring at the end. The collars
are high, often turned down.
Serge stands foremost among the
materials ured for tailored suits, fol
lowed by duvetyn and wool Jersey,
trimmed with long haired moullonne.
Kntlre muffs are made of moullonne by
this house. Brick red, capuclne brown,
fumed reseda and old rose nre some of
the colors used for tailored gowns. Most
of the blouses shown are of white satin.
Satin and velours de lalne are tie favor
ite materials for separate coats.
Chlcnuo Trade neports.
General business conditions are show
ing lea uncertainty, says the John V.
Fnrwell Company In Its weekly review
of trade. Merchants In general are pre
pared to meet new conditions as fast as
they are presented and to make quick
Thern Is an accelerated merchandise
demand. Production, however. Is grad
ually entering a narrower groove, elimi
nating unnecessary colors, weight, sizes
nnd fabrics In many lines. Production
of textiles Is about 40 per cent, of nor
mal, so retailers are protecting them
selves on fall requirements. All pile
fabrics have been withdrawn from sale
by the mills, a looms have been turned
over to Government service.
There ! a notlceahle scarcity of
Mrlpes nnd plaids In silks, both In satin
and taffeta effects. Also a very marked
'nrrense In demand for rlhhons Is noted
during the last few weeks.
Collections are very good.
Marshall Field A Co. report that ship-
ments of dry goods for the present week
rnnahead of the corresponding week In
rhowed an Increase, but for futuie de
livery they were not as heavy compared
with the same period last year.
The number of customers In the mar-
ket compared favorably with the corre-
spondlng week of 1917 Collections were
good, snowing a sunstantiai Increase
over the same week a year ago.
Wonld Advertise Cycles In War
Sptdal Despatch 10 The Sck.
Atlantic City. Aug. 9. The United
States Cycle Trade Directorate, now In
(.esslon here, has voted to continue a na-
tlonwlde boost campaign on motorcycles
Him uuijie- iiiuuguriHcii iwu jpari nK
The directors say publicity for indus
tries dependent upon public favor Is even
more essential In war than In pence
Best Ever t
Purchases are still below what has
been expected and this Is undoubtedly
owing to the extreme high prices, says
the Crtilit Clearing Hollar, In Its
"barometer" of the country for this
Tn.t.l.i.n... .hnw. n o,,l
. . i. ii i . is L,.i
' 1 "
raynients show a marked Increase In
all except the mountain and north agri
cultural sections. The payments of the
country an a whole show the highest ac
tivity ever lecorded.
Ynrn Men Salimlt Price Mat.
Special Despatch to The Sr.
Philadei-piiia, Aup. 9. A price list
for yarn has been drawn up by repre
sentatives of spinners and mill engineers
and submitted to the War Industries
Board. If It Is a reasonable list, th
Reeling In the market Is that It will be
accepted ana approver!.
Uvfry one Is hoplnir that this will be
the outcome, as business Is very' slow
Hetween price fxlnt delays and tho
torrid weather business Is pt"tty nearly
at a standstill. There arc plenty of In
qulrles for yarn, but rew spinners are
willing to quote prices. One manufac
turer of hosiery Is in the market for
lSn.flOO pounds of yam and cannot
Ilecoril Shipment of Wool.
s Spetlal Peipateh to Tnx Stv.
VonTAiiK, Wis., Auk. 0.- -T. II. Coch
rane Company recently mtde a shipment
of six cars of rnw wool, the larueBt Hn -
clo conslcnment ever made by the rum-
pany. The wool Is meant for the use of
:. . t ... . . .
the Uovernment. The net weight of the
shipment was 150,000 rm'tids and It
btoUEht on an average 60 cents per
Buyers in the City.
DETROIT Crowley, Mliner Cn. R. Van
Rensselaer (millinery), lit West 33d st.,
EAST RADFORD, VA. Miss M. Bradley
(millinery, Ac). Grand Hotel.
0HKBN8HORO. N. C Mrs. I. F. West
(millinery), Hroadway Central.
HARTFORD Emporium World Millinery
Cn, A. Moore (milliner), 621 Broad-
wav. Hotel Cumberland.
HARTFORD Sage, Allen A Co. W. M.
Seery (millinery, &c), 404 Fourth at,
MONTREAL Freeman ft Freeman. Mr
Freeman (ml!llner, c). (Irani! Hotel,
PITTSIU'RO Pittsburg Millinery fiipplv,
C F Srhmala (millinery), Hotel Herald
ROCHESTER T Tetlow (millinery), Ilsr.
aid Square Hotel,
Ready lo Wear,
AHHEVILLE, S. C Haddon & Wilson. L.
rerrln (ready to war), W. H, Whlta
OF THF mMUF.RCI AT , WORLD 'l
Maximum Prices Set
Upon Sole Leather
WASHINGTON, Aug. 9. Maxi
mum prices for sole leather
and-belt! nir ranging; from 34
cents to 96 cents a pound according
to percentage of yield of hides were
announced to-day by the price fix
ing committee of the War Industries
Board after conferences with the sole
leather group of the tanners' council.
Differentials on cotton print cloth
effective until October 1, based on
prices agreed to July 1 between rep
resentatives of the cotton manufac
turing Industry and the price fixing
committee of the War Industries
Board, were announced to-day by the
board as follows: 19 Inches, 8x7I,
4.76, 18 cents a yard; 39 Inches,
71x76, 4.26, 19 cents a yard.
(ready to wear), W. D. Wilton (ready
to wear), 47 West llth St., Hotal Colling
wood. BOSTON R. A. Cobb V Co. & II. Cut
ting (manufacturers silk waists, skirts,
Ac.), Hotel Holland.
BOSTON W. Fllene'a Sons Co. V. P. Ring
(dresses, costumes and furs, basement).
116 West 12d at.
CHICAGO H. Grossman Co. It. Orosi-
man (cloaks, suits, ladles' wear). Hotel
CHICAOO Hlllman's. II. H. Blllman
(waists, misses' and children's garments),
404 Fourth avenue, Hotel Holland.
CINCINNATI J. D. Jacobs (waist-and
dresses), Holland House.
COLUMBUS. OHIO F. A R. Lnisrus Co.
A. Garey (ready to near), Hotel Colltng-
DETROIT Russel Co. 8. Epstein (ready
to wear), 1150 Broadway, seventeenth
HART.WILLE, S. C Miss E. Dyson
(women's wear), Hotel Coltlngwood.
HOUSTON, TEX. Schwarti ft Co. N.
Schwarts (ready to wear), Hotel Latham.
INDIANAPOLIS I. E. Solomon & Co. H.
R. Friedman (ladles' ready to wear).
Hotel Herald Oquare.
JACKSONVILLE Kohn, Furchgott Co.
Mr. Elttach (ready to wear), care 101
LINCOLN, NEB. Hlerpolshelmer Co. Mr.
Schmidt (ready to wear). Hotel Tork.
PHILADELPHIA The Ladles' Basaar.
Bam Greenberg (ready to wear). Hotel
SPOKANE Ofner A Co. Mr. Orner (ready
to wear). Hotel Longacre.
STAUNTON, VA. Crowell. Sake Co. Mr.
Crowell (ready to wear), cars of Perley
Buying Association, 1141 Broadway.
Men's and Bo) a' Wear,
AKRON H. O'Nell Co. A. M. Barber
(men's and boys' furnishing goods), 17
West 21th St., eighteenth floor.
ATLANTA G. Cohen A Son. G. Cohen
(clothing and man's furnishing goods),
Broadwar Central Hotel.
BALTIMORE L. Cirp (men's clothing,
ahoea, hats, Ac.), Broadway Central Ho
tel CHICAGO Sea-s, Roebuck ft Co. E. L.
Curtis (men's furnishing goods, work
shirts, men's gloci, 115 Fifth av
DALLAS Sanger Bros. J. DaIa (boys'
clothing). 19 Eist 21th st.
GAINESVILLE, FLA. J. Manasse (cloth
ing). Hotel Churchill.
GAINESVILLE. OA H Newman (cloth-
InR, furnishing, &c ). HeralJ Square
MARION. VA Hawkins. Tarlor Co. W.
Hawkins (clothing, 4c). Herald Square
NORFOLK. VA. Tuttle, Bonney A t'rqu
hart. W. M. Urquhart (men's cloth
inn. furnishing goods and hate). Hotel
STAUNTON. VA. Woodward A Son. H.
R. Woodward (men's furnishing good,
hat. trunks and shoes), Hotel Imperial
TOLEDO- Worth more rants Co. Mr. Epp-
steln (pants), Hotel Walllck.
UNION, S. C Union Clothing Co. D. W.
Mulllnax (clothing). Hotel Marlborough.
Hosiery and l'nderwr.
BALTIMORE Hochschlld, Kohn A Co.
Miss H. Stern (corsets), 220 Fifth av.,
Hntfl Ilretton Hall.
CHICAGO Sears, Roebuck A Co. J. P.
Thomas (knit underwear), 115 Fifth av.
WILKES DA It RE J. Oroh A Sons (dry
good" 1, H. A. Groh (hosler. underwear).
CINCINNATI Globe Tailoring Co. S. Ro
senthal (woollens), 215 Fourth av., care
FLINT MICH Smith, Bredgman A Ov
W. If. Shaw (silks and dress roods). II
T?Bt -Sf at rnnm CflO
! GP.r.K.MVOOD. S. O J. W. Durkett ro
' " M'o!.idILn'1''' no,lon' '"dy
.vmv BERN. N i s rPinn A Son r
Coplon (dry Roods nnd ready to wear),
,I5-.TiroArt"?.'' ,r,oom 40:- ,.
SV,:l,.T,,?dTy,eondsC., A't 7w.".t ?2d
CLEVELAND. OHIO-The Sterling. Welch
f. 11. unmer (upholstery. Isce cur-
nauer). lfotl Minh.ttin
1 " VL'f'ct-7;Mam,cu" u' Co.
; ST louis n. Nugent ft Rroa P. o. Co
F Weill (house furnishings), care of
Reciprocal Jobbers, 170 Fourth av.
8YRA"L"SE Hunter-Tuppen. C H. Gay
(china, glassware. house furnishing
jroods). Hotel Broxtell.
TOLEDO La Salle ft Korh Co. L. Ep
stein (rarpets. draperies, furniture). Ho
tel Walllck; 223 Fifth sv, elxhth floor
TORK, PA Watt ft Rroi Co -J Web
ster (wall paper). Hotel Grand.
j micron M O'Nell Co
V n (lentmin
(umbrellas, sheetings, ducks). 37 West
2th st ,. llth floor
ATLANTA H Mendel (dry goods and
ready to wear), 1123 Broadway, Hotel
BALTIMORE-Hutxlcr Co ' Feldmsn
(linens ard blanket'), Ho'el Naiarm.
I BALTIMORE n. Meyer (general mer-
ciiKnm'ri, jioipi rtr(wn square
I BOSTON W Fllene'a Sons Co J
Abram' (merchandise manager). lit
, Wet 32d st
! CARTEHSVILI.E. OA Adair ft Lewi,.
J Adair Mr
lngs. ftr 1. Herald Snuare Hotel.
p. '.-., Illilll.ll., tuition-
CHARLOTTE. N C -Relk Hrn Mr
McDonald (dry goods, ready to wear.
f I, Holl Aberdeen
' CHirAfSO I.. Hsrrls (ftirnlshlnics, hats,
snnes). Motel Aberdeen
shnesl. Hotel Aberdeen
CIIK'ACO Hes.e A Fedderson Mr.
Hesso iclothlng, f urnlshlniti, shoisl.
CLEVELAND. OHIO Hlltbec Co. J D
KnlKht (furs), rare of Syndlcnte Tra 1-
ln Cn . 230 Fifth av
CLEVELAND Wm Talnr, Sons Co
C H Allen (Klnes hnlery ard rib-
lonsl care of Reciprocal Jobbers. 470
COLUMIU'S, OHIO F ft R Lazarus c.i
Ml.s M Hempstead (lares, ribbons,
handkerchiefs, neckwear), 225 Fifth a .
DALLAS Hanger Hros. Mr. Horner
(ready tn wear), J Dntls lbos' rlo'i-
Ins), Mrs S. Onldstein (underwear)
H if Kahert (representing), 19 E-ist
FINDLAV. OHIO c D. Levy (dry if.ods.
millinery, ready to wear), 37 West 2nth
st.. lintel i.ntham
ELUERTON. OA. M Landau (dry good
ciniiitna, sic i. Hrnaoway central Hot
MISS. Fountain Dry
Ooods Co P L. De Loach (dry goods
and ready to wear), J3 rourth n ,
HARTFORD Pur tell A Egan. Miss (
Egnn (lingerie and hosiery), lln II.
P Purtell (gowns). Hotel M.irthi
HEALDTON, OKLA-Crnene llros. J.
Craens (general merchandise), Hotel
HELCNA. ARK Jlfdel X- Rothschild
Mr. Jledel (dry goods, clothing, nn.
lions. Ac), Hnttd Cnmbt rl.ind.
ROXOIIEL. N C C T. Trel (general
m,.h.nrill nnn ?'n!l
1 JOHNSTOWN. PA C Zlmmermin (gen-
erai mercnanuisei. tirind iintu
K , ''V. A7noTZXi
i Jones (general
R. Jones Sons W
KENTON. OHIO -D. B Nourse Sop. .1-
Cn. D. H. Nnurse (drv gnoda nnd I
women s ready to wear!, Hotel Latham.
LOI'ISVILI E- N'nlaml. Illock A Cn. S N
Rosenfeldcr (dry goods, ready to wear.
mll'inerv, Ac ), Hotel Walllck.
LAKE CHARLES. LA. Mull'r Co, Ltd
R, E. Burney (shoes), 1150 Broadway,
MADISON. OA Penlck Supply Cn. Mr
Penlck (general merchandise), Hotel Al
bert. MINNEAPOLIS Dayton Cn. (drv goods).
Miss r. Clark dimes), 225 Fifth av .
NASHVILLE -J. Esklnd A Son. J. Ef
klnd (notions, men's furnishing goods,
clothing). Hotel Monterey.
NEW HAVEN Shartenberg A Robinson.
J. A. Kov (reprrsentlng). care of Dry
floods Alliance, 404 Fourth hv.
rETERfinrRO, VA. II. Tobias (dry
goods, clothing, shoes), New Strand
PHILADELPHIA J O. Ixirllngtnn A Co
Miss M. J, Wheeler (clonks, suits, furs,
shawls), 1170 Broadway, Martha Wash
PHILADELPHIA S. Newman (general
merchandise), I'otel Albert
PORT. JITRVIS (..'Under Broa. E. Oll-"-er
(manufacturera (lass), Hotel Al-bsrt,
RICHMOND, VA. Lewlt A Son. J. Lewlt
(dry goods, notions, Ac), Hotel Welling
ton. 8AL1BBURT, N. C Belk-IIarry Co. A.
W, Harry (dry goods, notions, men's and
womens' clothing), 114 West 12d St.,
6ALUDA, KAN. N. Stotsky A Co. N.
Stottky (dry goods, shoes), Hotel Al
bert. SAN ANTONIO, TEX. Miss Margaret
Summer, rare of Hotel McAlpln.
SPRING Fl ELD. MASS. The Woman's
Shop. E. Freed man (skirts, waists,
dresses, petticoats, sweaters), 1170
Broadway, room (10,
STAUNTON, VA. Woodward ft Son. H.
11. Woodward (men's furnishing goods,
hats, trunks and shoes), Hotel Imperial,
STURGIS, MINN. Gardiner A Barton. A.
AV. Osrdlner (dry goods, carpeta), New
TONKAWA, OKLA. M. C. Kreger (dry
goods, shoes). Hotel Wallck,
UNION, S. C. C. Allen A Co. D. Williams
(dry goods, clothing, shoes). Hotel Marl
borough. UNION, 8. C. N. Shapiro (dry goods,
clothing, shoes), Hotel Marrborough,
VALDOSTA, OA. A. Varnedoe (general
merchandise), Hotel Colllngwood.
WILKESBAIHRE H. Mendel (dry goods
and ready to wear), 1121 Broadway,
WINDER. G A. 6. Stern (general mer
chandise), Orand Hotel.
f Business Troubles.
Petitions la Bankruptcy.
Petitions In bankruptcy filed In the United
States District Court were:
EMPIRE COSTUME CO., INC. Involun
tary petition against Empire Costume
tlo.. Inc., manufacturer of dresses, 7
West Thirty-first street. Uabllltles ap
proximately, 115,000; assets approxi
mately, 13,500. Principal claims: Ep
stein ft Rosenblatt, 110.4; S. Friedman,
1116; the Preferred Dress Co., 1200.
S.alUln ft Cohen, 51 Chambers street, are
LOUIS JACOBOWITZ Voluntary petition
by Louis Jacobowttx, dealing In fruit, 101
East Eighty-eighth street. Liabilities,
11,107, assets, 1200. Principal claims:
Jonas Wlgdnrowltz, till; Ilernard Gal
lup, 1101; Irving D. Young and John N.
Merrlam. $(03. Herman II. Levy, 200
Broadway, Is the attorney.
THE EMPIRE COSTUME COMPANY. INC.
Costumes and dresses, 7 Wost Thirty
first street, yesterday assigned for the
benefit of creditors to Marcus Helfand.
Isidore Nomerov Is president of the. com
pany. Receivers In Bankruptcy.
Receivers In bankruptcy appointed yes
terday In tha Unltod States District Court
O. AND W. RESTAURANT Judge John
C. Knox, aDoolnted Michael Edelateln re
ceiver for Morris Harris. Samuel Rutter
and Isldor Hlrschorn. Individually and
as copartners, doing business as the o.
and W. Restaurant, 141 West Forty
sixth street, under a bond of 1250. S,
H. Immergluck, 27 Cedar St., Is the at
torney. LOUIS SCHWARTZ Judare John C. Knox
appointed Melville Boyd receiver for
Louis Schwarts, manufacturer of ladles
dresses. 12 West Thlrtv-flrat street, un
der a bond of 15,000. Robert P. Levis
and David W. Kahn, 12 Broadway, are
The following Judgments were filed yes
terday, August 1. the first name being
that of the debtor:
Rntre. Sussn Yonkers R. R. Co.;
Chns. Charles Yonkers R. R.
Vtt . cots 105.14
Chnse, lltebecca Yonkers R. R.
Co , costs 105.11
Caldwell, John Central Drewtng
Co. of N Y 312 23
Delner. Frnns F.--D. Becker
mann et al 112. 89
Flood. William J . ft James Gor
don J M 'McVunn 1.041.15
''I- . rhrl I..- I.. Hitter et al 315.55
ordon. Nathan S. Felfer 512 15
K.u ..ml. t'harlts W W. .Meyer. 711.35
Kalb. C W., Electric Co. Inc.
Manlev ft Patternon. Inc 1,274.48
Kriul. Frederick W J. Seeman
et al 122.39
Kurtx. Wl'llam H Turner Sey
mour Mfg. Co 311 15
Lehr. ILirry Jackson Pros 1,023 48
Law, H. Robert, and Edw.ird
Hutchinson--L. Kaliti ... 29160
McAvoy, James It F. Goodrich
Rubber Co 1.031.20
Livingston. J-unes and Relate
W Masleraon 2,617 68
Manning. Thomas J J. F. Re
gan 116 10
Power, Clotilda Cross A Brown
rolltzer, Max Lawrence Holding
Palmowsky, Stanislaus A. J.
Ollwr. Charles n. A. M. Oliver;
costs 105 08
Roe. James, ft WlllWm Olenn
Itnnd Mfrr Co 1T0.02
Rlegel Uullduig Corp , Inc. I
;.ilii'hurK 267 95
St' nf-ld. Hnrry N Columbia
Bank 522 70
Sum. Jack E M Hirnsteln . 161 S9
Tolster. Clara Interborough
Rapid Transit Co . costs..
Wsfon, Jese L Oppenhelmer
Wolflnger A Lasberg Hutldlng Co .
inc. and Morris WolfinKer J.
Yase. Gabriel I. Cour't
64 00 I
The first name is that of the debtor
Cflflolaro Ptlntlng nnd Derorat-N
ing Co E. Klrefhbfium et al..
Englert. William State Indus
Elo Rldg. Co, Inc.. In,i M.
olsen and O Herman Olsen
Mnrthi ft Schmohl Co
Same same . . . .
Grltl. IHvId K. Colgate .t Co
Krulewltch, lsanc, anil Emanuel
M Krulewltch G. It. MrAllla
ter Krulewltch. Km-inuel M same
68 94 :
Krftz. Abraham--N" V. Consoll-
nsien 11 11 .
I.ehr. Hnrry M. JnckHon et al .
Mosholu Garage Co. In , an! Al
bert De Freitas- W. E Nichols
et al HI 40
The flrt n.ime Is tlM of the debtor, the
serond thnt of tlif creditor nnd date when
ludeiilent wns filed:
Kl'ln WlllUm. and MlrU M
Kali. Janmrj 21, 1914
I ISth St nd WashlnKton VCn ,
l ne I
Inc Hrunv Derrick and T.iol
Will Charl-s A K, It t'dell.
May . 1114 561! 93
Kronenctild. Ignils .lolin Sim
mons & (n , November Ifi, 1910
(canrelled) 501 40
Same islne, Noember 10. 1910
Or Weinberg and Al Pnmer En
gineering Co, Inc Hrligeforl
Machine Tool Works. Novem
ber 20. 1917 2.(94
49 Kat 59tb Street Corp.. D'An-
jou penrsili. .-sorn t.. i' lierg
man nnd Msrgiret P Humphrey-
set and I.tihllltlcs
Asm In.-. Mir 31. 1917 S14.SS1.40
S M C P,ealt n . Inc li II
(i. r.ii rill . Or nlirr 1917 121 C
if Yesterday's Fires.
I V J
214 Stnntnii st
3:45-2132 Eighth av..
9.16 23d st anil Eighth av .
automoblli-, Owin Srhut
9:5009 East lOMh st. Hat id
Oolds'i In Slight
nr.i.r vtantkiv malk.
Ages 21 to 55
Subway and Elevated
Apply Room 1233
9 A. M. to 5 P. M. daily
PERMANENT pos Hon for woman's hat
renovator, Denver, Colo, Wanted at once
expert woman's hatter. Permanent pusl.
Hon for right man. Wentherhead H.it Fac.
tory (Established 1474), 102! Champa St..
POUTERS, white. In whoeale drug
house good chance for advancement. SI
Fulton St.. N. V. City.
no ! :
f R0P AND
xnmr iriTlll van LOCAL
Sandy Hook Prlncmi Jamaica Bay Governors W"ilrl t
Vi?r?W aJ.'.. A(!M.M. A-tWm. A.mTp'.M. liffl.
inio 11 -na io v 11. OS 1134 11:48 11:27 ll::u y.()2 S JO 12:30 12:4.1
,...11:20 11:40 11:31 11:41 12:11
Open Seasons for Mourning and White
Datei are Inclusive. Bag limit twenly
flve In the aggregate of both kinds In
ono day. Gun only, not larger than ten
?auge, fired from the shoulder. Shooting
rotn half an hour before aunrlse to sun
September 1 to December 15.
New Mexico Arlsona
Scptrmlwr 10 to December 31.
North Cirolina GeorrU
South Carolina Florida
Orron CHj Cup Competition To-day.
At Aabury rark to-day th Ocean City
cup will be contested for. The Ocean City
cup wag presented to the Oofan City Fish
Injr Club by the city of Ocean City ft a
perpetual trophy to be annually cast for
by clubs under the rules of the Afsoclutlon
of tfurfAnellnpr clubs. The trophy Is now
held by the Asbury Park Fishing Club.
Team Coating New York Vs. Non-ark.
To-day's programme for team casting
between the Anglcra Club of New York and
the Newark Halt and Fly Casting Club, to
be held this afternoon at WeoquHhlc 1'ark,
Newark, Includes Ave events, as follows:
One-fourth ounce distance bait, one
fourth ounce accuracy bolt, accuracy dry
fly, live ounce rod; accuracy wet fly, fle
ounce rod, and salmon fly,
Warning for Taking Short lenbstera.
.A MIAN Y, Aug. 9. Violations of the
conservation law In taking Immature or
hort lobsters ha e caused Conservation
Coinmlifdoner George D, I'ratt to Isitue
a warning to nil flr.hermen that the law
was enacted for tlw df finite purpose of
Increasing the lobster supply and will be
vigorously enfort nd.
Young lobsters normally seek safety frm
their natural enemU In shallow wiits
anil, accordlnc o the reports reaching .he
Conservation Cor.imlsilcn, they are Uelng
caught In whntf-pale numbers In the bat
of Long Island and iUatrn Inland tn.tn
boats and even from .locks by persons who
are apparently unanaro that the law for
bids the taking of lobsters less than nine
Inches In length.
The actual provision of the law Is that
lobsters less than four and one-eighth
Inches measured on the carapace shall not
be taken, possessed or sold."
In other words, to be legally retained a
lobster must measure at least four and
one-eighth Inchfs from the extremity of
tno point Detween uie eyes 10 me ena
of the hard shell on the back.
This has bf-en found to be the minimum
sl7o at which a lobster first reproduces
and the object of the Hw Is t cntere (
the supply of lobsters by giving them a j
chance to multiply at least once before I
they can be killed. i
For the same reason the conservation
law also provides that "no person shall ,
at any time tHke any female lobsters In f
spawn or with eggs attached."
The rgg elusu rs nre platnly visible, i
maprd on the under nlde of the female j
lobster, and the com mission feels that I
there can therefore be m t icut for law i
abiding citizens being In pome t ion "f I
either "short" or "snaw n bearlntr lob- !
sters." If takrtn they shuuM be returned
to the water unlnjund.
Identification of the Tikes.
Question To settle a dispute will ou
tell me the surest way to identify the
pickerel, pike ami musky? F.KAN ,
Answer Tly comparison sou will find
that the true pickerel has scabs ull over
tne chefKs ana gill covers.
The pike has scabs on the chr-ek and 1
only on the upper half of the Rill cmers,
while the musky has only the upper half
of th cherJts and Rill rovers scaled
Many people call th pike pickerel. buN
tho tru- pickerel eeblom If ever grows
to weigh more than six to elsht pounds 1
Chicago, Aug 1. IM.NIH CAflltOM,
Imagination .Ma en 1 11 en Anticipation.
AnilcJoated pltanures a I aj s r su't
disappointment l4iple liv profpft 1 tve
Jojs in -hflr mind and let their tmiglna
tlon crpnt" a thouand far If u: thlntcs,
nnd when the encounter reality ilij jt'
disappointed. The think theinei , .
non A.vn cxrs.
SKA HASfi, lU iriU ISir AM) POROIK
Paliv esc Mnn
Frl.. S A.M. ; bun..
n 11 1 1 1 n n A 1 rm t. iti
KM KK rirHIN. St N DA A
Madeline S. H;
If a n 1 43d r t nn l tn
New ork. bun
M llai- lMt
Pt f, 30. Kast . ' M ' u
horl A ltN. -3:t '1Mb m
long mmw PIER
Pluke. Huke Fli'.'io Are l'lentiful
WeaUllsh Are Plent.ful
Hail and Mr I onjt Hr.ni-h. X J
. . . .tuu it a a nn
VII lilt.. -
Tlnirs. tl .. '"V .
Sun, " ' ' rrl-
-TO I.ONO IIKAI'll.
!n! ItalVert ever Sun
lav 7 A M . 'or S. .1
lt,i Pnrg ''s nd rlutve
SATURDAY 6 A. M. AND 2 P. M.
plenty of l luke
( 11 ni'i t s V A M
Sheepshead Hay nunne'x Dm k
HAND MADE RODS
IlellisbarH. tireenheart Ijllieewnnrt. 10.
ft anl up Agate., and nttlngs UcpVrini;
done 4'.Voelirlner,K..Mrtle HUn
5 A.M. SUNDAY-2 P.W. SATURDAY
NEW YORKER '""Jn'eepXudVr u
(il'S WALZ. lid l-l .lie. Tel. S3i ()nh.
CXAsjUnDlf Si.n-i.iv. I nion l)r
alANnUrC i, i, wist Shnr 1"' :r.
Weehnwken, 3" V M . 7th St . Ilulnrken.
7 V M Fare tn ludlilK b'Ht. $1 50
Wl"KI Suiidav (rotn riinrr Pnrk
Pier in 7 M . hlmip B'l'h l'.ire. I '. .o,
in. bill and War Tlx SEAWKKD PtSII
INii i'I.I'H. 7:u Mh v . N-w Yorl. I'l'i
2 P. M7SAT. 5 A. M. SUN.
ArJCRlPA " A. M. Kinne's Dock.
fllYltnlLiH mwl,i Dm, ,. Mlllrirl
Floats. Launchas, Row Boat:
I All ill Al ,.rd.' r. I . Jin Ililiimi'l.
I JUL srm Tim P.iunl .liimib .i H.i
Canal, Kreejuirt (APT .lor, P.MMj
hKA IIVhm A.M. !()!!(. 1L
Sunduv. t. A M
cart J M.-tln.
R. C. LUNDY
ll.lll . IJUIII "-s DorJ
Sh. I ph. .Ill, ijli . t, 31
KIMPIK 7 '" Sheeri-i.-ad. Sun. Si A M
tt'OO i SFI. NADA I1?"1" Kieeport Sunday ar
7 ...... rlv"' new-paper lr.ilt, and
SttRnt I nrtl trolley S:30 dallv . c Mon. nnd Kru
l ' -" .......i..u i.n.ii.n,i tiKMu.y,
tr- Cun . r. 2". tr.iln
Cll't Pen w Wilson
MMl.ll, 7 A. .M.
Yankee Doodle I
I 1. nir. Ininnr'n Dm k.
' it't 'rrlu n,
Mu.it ir'ji I Km k.
Tlnirs. and Sat., r,;s irnln. Sunilni ,vi
tr.iln 11 i 0 in,- bill und tu, He , w.lihi
i nn in n if otm" o iTun i-;
gnc. ns uitr Sfi
I lie- ,
RpmC1" M Murray's. Wreck" l..-,",,i ,iV77,
UEOIEivrn. Mnn A Frl clVJ 'tJair
-,nn It rrt.. C:(3 tralr i-i'i'np r i riiiin in. im riirlc lilt S.. hull T--t
Sun,. 8 train Fnre. halt A ttnr tnv ,i ,V , Krlmverltns. Dtlv ft dale-, 202 R' lsi N hi? '
II I n III - A -V T7TnTTc,r 111,7,: ridler, IJm.'t ;
m.J,nilll.r "".""a "h'ep.h ". 'fin1 v,: J-jr'wu
nn . '"" ' "r''". Vnndrss W . ISP) 1st ar Tn, ,. ,,, ?.,,lt-
DflCC D II 'tr d"i """ vaiui;. .yen Leiiccise ft Delniold. ".m th ar v,, l.
I A. M
DICK and ERNST.
Ass JC lll..CKKIsTr.
Mliepihinit ll.iv .
dJlly. OUS ItAU.
CCA DlnCHsJ Daily. 10. aund.iv
oun luutin Dunne's. Kheepshe.nl Il,.'
nring War y.onf 'pa'
iUNSHINt WMW 8 A. M.
StrMlr-ssr-rt lliit,i,..r'H ltr.1. ui .
x , 1 ..... .""T.
V IsKV W I I
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i"SsTi "S ITiTT- i-VT-1 .
GUN NEWS 1
ANGLERS FOR THE WEEK END.
18:2.1 12:(x) 1J:01
cheated, whereas they've been "kidding
From the articles that have been writ
ten about Beverly Jjiki quite a few
anglers have allowed their Imagination to
run riot with good senso. lu lalked to
fellows who really Imagined tho bass so
plentiful lrv Ontario that ono can get 'em
at every cast.
Foolish, of course It Is; but imagination
magnifies, and nn'lclpated fishing piaya old
Ned with tho actual. I remember tho first
time I went fishing in Ontario. 1 went up
In fearsome and doubtful state of mind.
1 didn't know what I was going up against.
I knew nothing about bass only a little
about trolling lor pike.
Tho actual proved a revelation of -delight.
1 hadn't lived Its Joys In Imagina
tion beforehand, and the actual was to me
a glimpse of what I Imnglnc Is the In
dians' "HsppysIIuntlng Grounds."
Now note the difference. I determined
to go after maskalorigo. For months I
read up and prepared. I dreamed of ten,
twenty, thirty, forty, fifty pounders. I
caught and fought them In my dreams at
night and In my Imagination In the day
time. I went. 1 trolled eight hours a day
for three days. Did I get any? Not a
strike. Were there any There weio two
caught the day 1 left nine and twenty
two pounds each.
Tried It iigaln Did stme old fool stunt
of living It In Imagination before pulling
orr the stunt Spent cjKlit to ten hours at
It dally for six days. Not a single strike.
It's a great game If you take what th
gods provide and dont eat tho cake till
It's clutched In your (1st.
Now to get on to what I really set out
to say. Beverly Ijikes have been on a par
with other lakes of tho Rldrau chain, but
this jear shows the bass ore not only less
numerous but smaller In size, and unfortu
nately many are diseased. I caught none
nnd sow none that went over four and a
It Is genera'ly understood the people
thereabouts do little fishing. That Is quite
true for the summer, but In the winter
they go after tho fish with zest and pleas
ure fishing through the Ice anil they tell
mo they catch plenty of baas too. If thev
have no lime In the summer to fish they
haVe other means of securing a fish diet.
One dav recently while out I noticed a
lino of iloits before n stretch of pond lilies
I found-nicely set out nn almost new gill
net, about s-ventv-flve feet long, made of
fine, but strong linen thread, with quttu
This explains how the Ave and six pound
bass are disappearing A farm house was
but a quarter mile away. I cut the net
and dragged It Into my boat, and after
cutting It Into smalt pieces In full vim
of tliin house I rowed ashore elsewhere and
hid the damaged goods In the weeds. No
nne ovit demanded of me why I destroyed
his net. KEOKUK.
New York. Aug. t.
jWI' AND J'
SAND AND BLOOD WORMS.
Flshlnc t.ckl of every description. Sink
ere. Mould'. Relngold's Sporting Goods
Store. 10) Eighth Avenue, Cor. 15th Street.
Telephone Chelsea 5111.
WeokfisK Fluke and Snappers
nn.e tjnrURPM Goose Creek, L. I.
linAo. NUtnnriPI .rp!, j;u unmmals,
Jamalcn IKv No Vir .nne I'n'w Needed.
flukeTweak and king fish
iron pier, r0ckaway
lUlt jiml TackiV SoM,
M.AI.!tUil!T SIMIAY, fl .. .M. SHARP.
Tlin MA iMfn Tluirn nnd Sundays
I Hrl Mil A M. WHuh'nKton St , Jer
I llbUITiri bey Cjly nnjv Fare, inc.
Cart. Cius IhUiHCTi
- . . . 1,4 paces
"P ISnUlg ArOlinO N , V ."-r.c a copy.
Where to flsh, how to r!r. elte hook.
propPr i,ait In tack ston-s or bv mall.
Knowlmn JL Muller. KaKle Hid , Urooklyn.
S1IKIHKUS $l.H0 A DOZICN,
UISTHAHAUa. Inr. a foot, nny length.
Nickel, nprtnmi nl'r nd agate mounting.
Hotii rnncie to 'fW ind repaired.
IlKCIIEK. 32 1" 3t!i Murray II1U 2SII.
1'l.KNTV I!!- VI.UKE.
My(le ard Auloll 1 11 'e llay 44th Bt,
tiraveend Hay. Sun, S . M. C. Anderson.
Atnlnii rails 8.Kurla at 2 I' M.
nrlns Your V-w '.nn" lass
iT.v ash ri.i'Ki: s a. i. kvkhy day.
comf, r.AHi.v rn .u fisiiixo.
a.-ils FISHING TACKLE
We also lend money on t3ckl
1. II. Helf. 3 " S.I Aw nr I3J St.. N. T. C.
lenea foot of Washlnrton
City 7 A. M.l
lUnvuun - ..;
i PARTY IIOIT KI.MK l'OR HIRE.
I lYiikfUli iunnmsT, flreTt outh Hay Writ,
'or dates pjt (Juy llvls. Seaford 1.. I.
I 1'1.1'KK 1IS1IIMS MJMIAT.
i VI ?IF K l .! I'lmer J-ark pier
j It'-air, n. s A M Sunday Fare 11. i.
I Halt for Pishing Hoats or pHrtles Tackle.
I Uo.-its tn let HIAjMKNSTKTTHR. Bltl'f
I Landing, ltorltnv. ay Pt Tel. 7S Hammela.
PDI ICftC I. tnr Me.seniter'j. Cansrsl.
Kemmerer and rhirlen Voorhea
Hudson Park. New Rnlielie, Sunday S:4B.
SATl 1!I)A , ; P. M,
RELIABIE "al11 " v M Sunday 7 A. M
Sh jnb'itilho ' apt Tom!
lVrukllshlns Iluegel' Liuinrlirs. IS nee
trip, Inc shrimp Telephon.' 3017 Canarsle
Cmchlrg biK tisii now KIUID ROEOEl
uIU V V ;, , , , 1 omrort.
I wck Sheepshead !Hay!
7 .10 M
I.a W Hl-hlnKLnn St .iMraau
, Sun I
V M . Jt li
it enkUHiiiiie, .Mis'etiKer r'ler, Canarsle
LauiH-tlHs Uh ituid. mid bill 18 a trln
T.I ntl i-aniir-- SnB..n,ii Itnberts
STEEPLECHASE PIER T.V'ir3
)Vt l'i il. nnd Itl.ii-k I'is'i rio. ru ining.
Sunne 10 A.M.,V;:V,H,;v-.;;:Ty-Ia,"j:
JACE ' "
P. ll lrv LI. i
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M 'unln I'AI'T .1
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MANHATTAN AND THE BRONX
bev ,V. Imtir'e in Wair.n rt Ti.ckIo m..
Alrrumible X Kit,-h. Uii
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1 niiiriw. .-..I 3! i: wtt, s,,t? ' j","' p'rt'1 ers.
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Mdls. Win ft Son "1 p,rl. , I "'l
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nr top, -t n,-k
BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN
Abraham ft Strmis Pultun ,t I m lie only
Cuntrn, A . US (Irnnd t Til 301J Mttgg
Hnerhig ft Cn . 5ft I. bcity si . nr. .Sclienck
Klliustnn. H"!l Piilti.ti it 7'it lledfnril
Kinnnirr. 1757 Fulton "t . II.'' I uv . K35 neiitnrA
111 er, rrederlrk ft to. Pultun t Tkle
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NEWARK AND OUT OF TOWN
' Allrr It tl Si-ttiiriMi N I ll.il!
Hlutnl l,st tier litis landing. Iti'cltS wst Pt
Dltsi.nrd O lliink et V "il Ikt'llil
Mining. 1 I err t N. I . r r ! .' 'vi m
I'd ."'Jl Mkt
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