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THfc SUti, SATXJItpAY, SWmSBm 13 1919.
15 tltr Co to AbT Mariner, SOT B lllth at, alt 1.I00. 8pt 111 attr, Tltla Guar 57ns bwit 1100 rilflMOUNT ST. , 177i w Marmion it Hll.xlI.ll.Kl(M-Olto C Bachmann u jti Lttennan, CTI Cemmunlpau av, jirur city, n J, mtg sa.soo, Bept it: litr, Title Guar Co, ITS Bway.... 1106 T1STOK AV, IIS, , 11.11x100 Oerald j Barry and ano to Margt M Frentry. it pUfa av, Waterbury, Conn, mtg .'. mo. March II. UK: atty. B J Murohr. el B 4ld it 11,000 1NTHONY AV, w . Ill n 114th at, it.lx ,111x32x18.8 Outllo Oello ,to Louts zskln, ltll Belmont av, and ano. mtg f 4.100, Sept Si atty, Wm Abramaon. 43 ntcMA.V ST, w a, 314.1 n w West- ehiitir av, 10x100 Chaa I fittln to Vsrcut Feuertteln, ISIS Washington av. and ano, mtg 4i,gop, sept t; atty, I kilt. U Natiau it. .. .1100 ttU-iDA or. ssj, w s, :sxioo .rats j rhimbert to Cath C Chambers, hla wife, III Manilla at. mtc tl.500, Sept 19; atty. V.it. r. chambere. Ill Manilla at. ....II ivr IS. blk 41, map Morris Park Morris Park Estates to John Hartrattz. 1911 Fowler av, Aug ill any, v n uaecmer, ml E Tremont av 11 iiTS S3 and it. blk S3, map Morrla Park -Albert 8 Webber to Bertha Webber, Mi wife, 655 W 160th it. Sept Oj atty, T i n.nnlnr. 110 W 84th at Ilta tnr 172 and 178, map Samlor ett Jttnntttt M Ockendon to .Margt J carter; 225 W aasth at. flepf 0: atty. K oilleandean, if W 34th at 11 mm ST. a a. 118 w Trinity av, 40x 7llx40x9S.S Edw Guntermann to May Ooidwendtr. 10 M&ujer it, Bklyn. mtg J2C.000. Sept 10i atty, J Her. 7H Dial ,,,,,,i a SlOO 116TH ST, 480 E, a a, 27x108 Arthur T Batton to L B Contracting Co, 181B Batbxata av, rote 18,600, 8ept 11; atty. Alex Kahn. 190 Bway ......1100 DAWSON 8T, a a a. 110 a w Longwood v 13x100; alao Dawaon at, e a, 100 a Loitiwood av, 10x100 Irene E Spinee tT BmJ Gold. 818 Bowery, mtg 16,000, Sept 10! atty. M S Yockelton, 820 Bway H..100 WASHINGTON AV, 1871. w a. 27x138.8 Harry Cain to X, B Contractlnr Co, 1818 Belhrate av. mtr 110,000, Sapt 10; atty. Alex Kahn. 820 Bway 1100 WASHINGTON AV, 1309, w a. 27.8x139.8 Harry Cahn to L D Contractlnr Co, lilt Bathgate av, mtg 110,000, Sept 10; atty, Alex Kahn,' 320 nway IIOO 1TID ST. 412 E. a a. 0x117.10 Barah Of rtnhtlmer to Helen Oppenhelmer. 3514 feway. mtf .00O, Aug 371 atty, NTT a JI do, 135 Ilway. .... , 1100 SAME PROPERTY Helen Oppenhelmer to Roiiscn Realty Co, 723 E 160th at, mtr 16.000: atty, lame., 1100 TBEEMAN ST, a i. 24 w Chlaholm at, 24x T Barbara Janaon to Jennie Langer, 193 E 173d it, mtg 15.000, Sept 10; itty, Title Guar T Co, 178 Bway. SI 00 COURTLANDT AV. 809, w a, 8x8 Wm II Sanda and ano to Jerry t Agoattno, ell Taylor av. Sept St atty, Title Ouar JTt Co. 178 Bway ,.. 13.000 LOTS 464 and 465, map U Spencer Unats Harcuolel to Eenty Ouarnera, 1 E 100th at, mtc 1712.50, Bept 111 atty, N T T A SI Co, 185 Bway, 8100 UKKEBFITT AV, 1120. a a. t0i9l.7x80.10x 1088 Bernard H Arnold and ano to Ellis J, wilt of Patk J Donelan, 84 Charles at, mtr 19.000, Jan 31; atty. Title Goer A T Co, 178 Bway 1100 BAUD PROPERTY Ellle J, wlfa Patk J Bonrllan, to Marie Braxbaum, IIS E Illit it, mte 19,000, Sept 1; atty. Title Octr Co. 171 Bway ,.1100 SOUTHERN BOULEVARD, a. SIS n Bar. retto at, 71x100 M Maldwln Fertlr. ref to Columbia Conatn Co, 1110 3d av, mtr 114.000. July IS; atty. Title Ouar Co. 17S Bway S10.000 SAKE PROPERTT, Columbia Conatn Co to Btn Moore, SIO w ltld at, and ano, mtr IM.OOO, Aur It atty, Title Guar Co, lit Pwiy , ,3100 1IOTT AV. Ill, w a.ll.lxS1.9xll.Cxll.S Jieob Plate to Helen Plate. 8S7 Mott av, hU wlfa, mtr 15.000, Bept 13; atty, A' Knox. IIS Bway tl BAKER ST, n w eor Marenta at, 100x100 Geo tV Batea to Arthur J Corbett, 340 Barker av, mtr 11.000, Bept 9; atty. Title Guar Co, lit Bway 11 MORTGAGES. (With came and addreaa of lender and w attorney.) Downtotm. BXOADWAY, (, a a , 11x130 to n w a Croii lane, p m, Sept I K & A Realty Co to Metropolitan Life Ina Co, due Nor l, 1934, 3; attya. Catcher, T A F. 1 Uadtien av ,..1150,000 COENTTES SLIP, 31, w a, 37x45. p m. Aur tl Robert Johanaon to Donald A Man ion. 114 Mltton at. Brooklyn, due March 1, 1111, tft: attya. C & T Ferry. SIS Uanbattan av, Brooklyn 38.130 East Side. (Eaat of Fifth avenue between Fourteenth and .110th (treats.) !iTH ST, lCI-44 E. atelsnment lease by way of mtr to aecure notes IS, 000 Maytr and Sol Hermerle to Loula Schlat ter, 111 Rlvlnrton at, due June 1. 1IS0, IK; atty, S S Rubensteln, lit Blvlncton ft , , .ss.ooo LEXINGTON AV. S01-4f w t, 60.5, n 51a; t, '40x10, Sapt 10 Beo TV Bond, Jr. to X T Title .4. Mtc .Co, 13S Bway. 3 yra. ft lit, 000 West Bid. (Weit of Fifth avnue, betwaen Fourteenth and 110th atreeta.) IITH ST, 114 IV, a a. 20x91.9, p m. Sept II Joseph Blelwelsa to Guardian Hold Inr Co, 50 E 42d st, 5 yre, 5: atty, T G A T Co, 173 Bway 113.540 TITH ST, 41 W,. a a, 30x101.2, Sept 11 Arrow Holding Corpn to Lawyara Title It Trust Co, 160 Bway. 5 yra. 5!i C..JH.000 IITH ST. SIS E. n a, itv.i w Av tl, 34.11 100.1, p m, Sept 11 Christian Ooli to By Lahr. 431 E 84th st. dus Jan 1. 1333, 1; atty, Geo A Stelnmuller, 1511 3d av 313,500 Uptown, (Kiabattan Island, north of 110th street.) 17H AV. s. 50.11 a 108th at. 6CUU. p m. Sept S Wm Stain to Presbyterian Hos pital, 41 E 70th at, due Sept 1. 1914. I: atty. T G & T Co, 174 Bway.161.000 ST NICHOLAS AV. w a. 111.7 a 120th St. Il.lxsi.8xt7x71.11. p m. 8ept 11 Keller Heeiiy co to Benon contractlnr Co, 111 Cleveland st, Bklyn, dua Sapt 1, 1921, 1: atty, II B Davis, S3 Bway. . , .32.500 1IITH BT. IIS V. a s. 13.txll.ll, p m. Sept 9 Eleanor Williams to Kenroae pr mtr 81.000: attya, Lawla i 8. 191 Bway ,- 84,000 KITH ST. a a, 336 e Lenox av, 50x174.10 to n a 144th at. Sept 11 Thompson Bros, Inc. to Title Guar & Trust Co, III Bway, due and tnt aa per bond 111.100 ST NICHOLAS AV, a a. 111.11 n of former Ji oi iota ei ictoseaj ibxizb. p m, ur 22 John J Glennon to Alex Mac Ktnilo, Glen Spey, BuIIivan County, N Y. due Sent 10. 1924. SUI attya. . Dnlon & Roe, 41 Park Row... .113,000 HUH ST. 810 W, a a. 11.8x91, p m. Sept n Micnaei Muieany to Lwyer fill Truit Co, 140 Bway, 3 yra, nr. , , j4,ioo Bronx. WASHINGTON AV, 18S9, W a, 37.3x111.2 " " v,,.itv.M v.u, id Hurry Linn, 3510 Grand av, pr mtr 110,000, Sect 10, yrs. sr.; attya, Cahn & P, 406 E 149th t j 31,760 WASHIJCfSTOV AV 1)11 . Il.lii'l Eaais to Philip Wattenberr. 910 Prospect -. vi jiv.vuj, cepi jo, yra, USD ST. 7JI E. n s, I6xl.4 Ralph Wilson to Anna Schneider, 290 B 160th at. Sept V IH'J'? l' l8ls' feS ya. Jlanley & ieJ'.C.,ar 11,500 "J?."..87'-4'0 E- 37x1081, B (jon, victlar Co to Arthur T Bolton, 70 Har moay av, Pelhamwood, f Y, Sept 11, 1 n. l; atty, c P Hallock, 999 a 110th HARRisW AV." llltVu, '; 'i' Yi'i.i ii'l'rJer Kentucky Hpldlnr Co to Abel Klnr. 31 union eq. Sept 11, Installa, &c, as per Wi.n5uW,y' T Le"- " Naasau at..SlS.0OO WjKHP5TON AV, 2033, w a, 25x146 ?5ir,',. Realty Co to Lawyers Title A T Co, 160 Bway, Sept 10, S yra, 6H; atty. i(a,wlr.,,7 T1,la 4 T Co- 0 Bway.. 82,600 SILL AV. a a. 37S a Randall av, 80x100 Jsrmt J Laraon to Eaatcheeter savlnra nk. 9 South 3d av, Mount Vernon, N Tl1f,ft,,V, .57,,J! lawyers iJi'J' & T c, 160 Bway, 12.300 THONT AV. w ,. US n Tl4tb at, liTli "JI Louis Zlpkln and ano to Glullo llo, ins Anthony av, pr mtc 14,103, JF'J' ' '1 Wpda, EAR. 117 Bway ...12.100 a?;v,ETWi!I;L. AV w , .i n iiith at. l.7xl40-.Ju!!us J "leyerson to Charles fuehler. 1573 Bryant av. Sept 11. ) yr, atty, c Baeehler, 1131 8 Tremont a7 f . 81 500 !,5 AVJ "T Home'at. 160x100 Itldor Taubln to Dora Flnkeftteln, 1800 'h av, gept 10, due April I, 1920, If.l tt!L'.v. J A Seldman, IS Park Row.. 17,100 !IH 6T- w Willi av, 16x 100 hathryn B Turner to Albert F i"im, zo a isia st. pept 10, j . IS, attya, Hate K. 361 Broad. ay ;.; ; 11,103 WHlTLOCK AV, III, w at 35x100 Louis Luballn to Barclay Holdlnr Corpn, 317 fy. pr mtr IT.JOO, Sept 3. IV, yra. nr&LUt- 3 H Zleser, 317 Tlway... 83,756 vu&TER 6T, 140 a s, 10x100 Abr Warmer to Claire Realty, Co, ,371 Bwayf pr mtr 18.183, (apt U. 3 vri, lj fty, TJtl BRYANT AV, 1489, w . 36x100 -John V Krooa to Arthur Knox. 734 Park av, 2t ::. J Vf.Si;r.; tty; Title -Oinr ,J.r Co- Bway........ 18,000 ROSELLE ST. w a. 15.4 n Sliver at, 35x '5 Anna Rotner to Fred M WjjIis, 1311 rchal it, pr mtr $3,600, Sept 6, 3 yra, atty, F M Welsa & Co, 120 West chaster sq. ,....,,. ...... 33,300 AiRMOUNT PU a a. 177-1 to Mermlon ev, 11.1x78.3 Jos Llberman to Otto C ?;hmann, 718 Falrmount p. pr mtr 3?,t0, S.pt u, 3 yra. I( atty, Title eTHCRN BLVD. ft mt I n Brrttd(l w cort Co, liU l3 ar, pr mti tlS, 319.103 '7 Aroatlrm to w M'Pajt "a tt, and ano, true, Btpi ,. MIddlebrook B. 41 Ca4ar 1 1 STH ' ST.' 'l 1 4 ' K," ' Va,' "'VoxYoC yaeob' J Pr .najtr 4.000. Sept 13, 3 yra, tt tty, .r.J B "M t..7...,,33,0 17SD OT, 4l B. a ,10x117.10 Roieson Realty Co to Helen Oppenhelmer, 3544 ?'..'r n"l '"'"v.ojpt "t Install, 6 atty, M I T a II Co, 111 Broad way , 81,000 RIV?,R AV, ! 100 1,0lh 150x100 Allebby Realty Corp to Commonwaaltn Sava Bank, . 3007 Amsterdam av, Sept ISs Bwi" ,W' N 1 T M 18STH 8T'n' 1," "isT "w wil'lla' av."30.VxlOO T;1 na " t0 Cornelia Hoyt, 831 IS 131th ft, Sept 11, 3 yra, 1: ally, C Uoyt, Sll E lllth at...... 86300 SATISFIED MORTGAGES. Manhattan. A!PiIlSA1(f ,AVS eSS-CUfford C and Mabel Goodwin to th llartford Trunt S0!,1'"1, F.oan- Jun "'St atty. ..? Coi 171 Bwajr .31.000 "miL 8lr -.",-. Lou" "Honain to Mlehaal Ileal Estate A Mta; Co. 117 E VrAt'Sr ) 1,0,1 ttjv Chaa ?S.Hati.fr' ,d $34,000 PARK AV. a a. S3 n Sid at, 183x88.6 r7.M.;r,f!. 1.t.,y,r t0 Bowery Bav attya, Cadwalader, W i T, 4& Wall "'rT,' 1"m W-Bdw ' ii ' Pr'o'udmin'"?' a'fai'a. K,AUr ? 0,8 Premleee, April B, 118: atty, Edw P Orrell, Jr. SSi "rJr tttaaaa.. a a 17 0 00 "Ti1 8T;- 100 w " v. 100x96 Anna Welller to Lucius II Beers. West hampton Beaoh, L I, and Ell G Tart rldce, Madison. N J, trustees will nobert n Stuyvesant. Jan 9. 1919: attya, Ird, bay & L, 49 Wall c2?y?i ' ' ' iVi'th "t! 47.9x19.3x47.2x20.1 Robt T and Kta Bennatt, Corona. L I to the American female Ouardlan Society and Home for Jh Frtendlesa, March 11. 1896; attya, 1 il.0,1 ii, Woodward, 62 Wm at.. ..37,600 147TH BT. (, 35 w Sth av. 46xlJ.il Potential Ilealty Corp, 74 Bway, to Jeannetto Wacht. 790 Riverside Drive. it15. 1917: atty, Samuel Wacht. Jr, 74 Bway 83.600 109TIX ST, 313 E Enrico and Henrietta Caeablanca to Citizens Bav Bank, S3 Bowery. April SO. 1900; atty, John W Plrsaon. ISO Bway.,,.. .838.000 114T1I ST. a a. 100 w Amstsrdam av. I3 101 Carolina T Taterno to Jon Paterno and Paterno Bros, Inc. Aug 16, 1909; -. . rwus m o, ji rine St. ... 127.30.' RUTOERS ST. 32-SoncratTatlnn nf ji.'Ai and Israel, on the premises, to Harry fe STA. " .I"1-."1. . 3"i3. March 13. 1917: atty, Abr Smolena, 61 Cham here at S1.60( BT, m m 118 4th av. 18x103.2 Edw c and Vlrrlnla A Sterllnr to Vlr- ainia u uacuiy-amitn and Helen S Mar fttt,.iK,,,M wm EU,n B Ward, June 11. 1885 attya, Emmet Pariah, 62 Wall at 313.000 CLAREMONT AV, awe 122d it, 100x100 The Dacorn Realty Co to Emma. Edw and Chas Uyama, axtrx and axra will Wm Hyaroa, June T, 1809: attya. Oross Sneudalra, 809 Bway 325,000 8D AV, 480 Carrie Freund, 280 B 8th at, to Hermlne Naurad. 1075 West Farma rd. Bronx, July 9, 1915; atty, Hy Hera. 41 Park Row..... $2,000 RECORDED LEASES. Manhattan. ' 68TII BT. 117 W. all Lily E O Hubert to Alrona Realty Corpn. 119 W 40th at. 25 yra from Oct 1, 1019; attya, M a I Isaacs. 02 William at 822,000 to $20,000 113TH ST. 188-100 E, all Amette Cowen to Bertha Hatduck. 158 E .113th st, 3 2-13 yra from Aur 1. 1910;' atty. Al bert M Lee, 45 Cedar at 15,270 2D AV, 207, cor atr; 18th at. 253 E Sophie Cohen to Morris Rosky, 107 2d av, 6 yrs from May 1, 1918. 2 yra renew at 32.700: atty I Yorkln, 207 2d av.. 82,400 to 32,700 LIBERTY ST. 134. str Liberty-Wash-Cedar, on premises, from July 20. 1919, to April .10. 1029; attya. Brown & Solo mon, 200 Bth av 82,000 37TII ST. 107 W, all Samuel A French to Lena Weiss. 283 W 115th t. 10 yrs from Oct 1. 1019; atty, Paul M Abrahams. 225 Sth av 83,800 2D AV. 2032. str and e Ida Rosenbaum to Louis Bernstsln, 041 Simpson at, Bronx. 5 yra from June 1, 1119. 5 vra renew; address, on the premises.. 81,200 1ST AV. 185-7. all Hy C Reed et alto Xel man Faea. 137 Eldrldra at, S yrs from Oct 1, 1919; atty. Adolph Waxenbaum. 277 Bway 86,000 40TH ST, n a. 320 e Sth av, all Emma J C Zahe to ZJmanuel SUberman. 1131 West REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. Savings Bank Accounts or Real Estate WHICH? $500 deposited In a savings bank at 4 Interest amounts in 10 years to $740.12 $500 deposited In a savings bank at 4 interest amounts in 20 years to $1095.56 Long Experience shows as follows: ' A BRONX LOT bought for $500 in 10 years costs about $1000 A BRONX LOT bought for $1000 in 20 years costs about $2000 which includes interest on money Invested, taxes, essessments and all carrying charges The Lot, However,. Should Be Worth In 10 years from $1000 to $2000 In 20 years from $5000 to $7500 Provided the Lot is bought on the line of the city's growth where improvements to tho property tf.ke place and where buildings are erected The wise thing to do is to buy a Lot, build on it as quickly as you can, and occupy it as your home. YOU THEN SAVE YOUR RENT AND GET AN INCREASE IN THE VALUE OF THE LAND BESIDES. Yon have also the chance in an active and rising Real Estate Market of Making Quick Profits GO TO THE AUCTION SALE BUY A LOT BUILD A HOME FOR YOURSELF We Will Help You Finance It AND A NEW, MODEL DWELLING on the Bronx and Pelliam Parkway, Eastchester Road and adjoining Avenues and Streets Will be sold by order of Benjamin Stern FOR WHATEVER THEY WILL BRING At an Unconditional! and Absolute AUCTION SALE. Tuesday. September 16th, at 12 M., at the Real Estate Exchange, 14 Vesey Street TO REACH THE PROPERTY! Take either 7th Avenue or Lexington Avenue Subway Expreis to Eait 180th St., transfer to White Plains Avenue extension and get of at Pelham Parkway station (five cents fare); or take same subway train to Eatt 160th St. station and thange,to New York. Westchester and Boiton Railwiy, get off at Pelham Parkway station (total fare 10 cenU). The latter station is a short dittance from the property. 70 may remain on niorlgago at 5 Titles insured Free to Purchasers liberty UoRds taken In payment for maps and particular apply to J, CLARENCE DAVIES, 149th Street & 3rd Avenue HENRY BRAPY, 200 West 23rd Stret, r , - Agent, end Auctioneers f -ABAX B8TATB AT AUCTION, Wm C DcSn Real Estate Operator and Builder Known ae th 'Millionaire Cp' TheClaflin Estate Property 471 University Heights Lots on West Klnrsbrldge Road, University, Sedgwick. Webb and adjolslnr avenuca Will be aold at Absolute Auction TUESDAY, SEPT. 23rd at 12 noon In Real Estate Salesroom 14 and 16 Vcsey St., New York M May remain 'on 4U 60 mortrare (or 1 78 three years. SH Title Policies Free (rom Title Gusrantee & Trust Co. One block from Kinrsbridge Koad station ot Jerome Ave. Subway; Trolley on Kingsbridge Kosd, on SedgnickAve. and University Ave. Cut this out and VWp with Farms rd, and ano. 15 yra from comple tion ot bldrl atty, Dorian Da Mills. 888 Bway 813,000 3D AV, 98, basement store Harry Oottlleb to tha Avenue Dairy Restaurant, 98 2d av, BH yra from Oct 1, 1919 1 atty, BenJ Btetnman. 188 Delancay at.... 81,500 BOND ST. I, all Cath Borcot et al to Isi dore Schneebaum, 434 Bth av. 31 yra from Feb 1, 1920; atty, II Rosenbaum, 30 Broad at 38,000 ABINGDON SQ. 7-9, all, Ablnsdon Hotel and chattels Morrla B Ooldbener to the Ablncdon Corp. s yra from Aug 1, 1917: aty, Harry B Finn, 371 Bway 17,100 Bronx. IAFONTAINE AV, a a. ISO n 179th St. SSx 100. 1 sty garage 8 & P BIdg Co to Tif fany Touring & Taxi Co, SB2 Manlda et, 10 yra from Nov"l, 1919: atty, C P Hal lock. 999 K 180th at 83,800 COURTLANDT AV. 97, store. Ac reter Emmerich to Isldor Bernstein. 1S09 Brook av, 8 yrs from Jan I, 1919; atty, n Rolph, 838 B 171st at 8920 US PRNDKNS. Manhattan. 18 1ST 8T. 39S W Rose Dfmpsey agt Ed ward Dempsey et al (action to establish dower, Ac): atty, A J Ewald. 7SD ST. 304 E David Ktmberly et al agt Sarah Duncan (foreclosure of mtg) ; atty, B Coldschmidt. Bronx. WniTE TliAINS RD, e s. 170.8 s SISth st, 43.8x49. 4 Thomas Cheyne et al, aa exm. agt Martha Gillespie (foreclosure of mtg).; attys, Harris, Corwln, Moffat A Schek. BEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. 284 LOTS REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. Jal EsState is Select it at carefully at you would merchandise. Select real estate that is close to a one fare subway The Claflin Property is very close to the Jerome Avenue subway, and also close to the Broadway subway. R. BERGEN, builder in the University Heights sec tion of the Bronx, raised the small salary of a policeman into the income of a millionaire by his forcsighted investments in Bronx real estate. He made a considerable part of his for tune by the merchandising of vacant lots and buildings in the. fast growing University Heights section of New York City, where the Claflin Estate property is located, just south of the Jerome Park Reservoir. There will be plenty of opportunities for Mr. Bergen and other far-sighted investors at tho absolute auction sale of this famous property, assembled in 1866 and now offered for the first time on Tuesday, September 23d. Send for Bookmnp. 11 Nassau St., N. Y. C. TeL, Rector SSOS The. Claflin Estate is wall drained high ground and on furthsn advertisements. It will LON G ISLAND BEAT, ESTATE FOR BALK. FREEPORT. Vary attractive bungalows, choice looatlon, T rooms and bath, ateam heat, electrlo light, a-aa, garage, 73x180; 38,800, 81.800 cash. E. J. CARROLU 34 Ho. Grove St., Freeport. L. I. Phone 978. Open Bundayar MA83AFEQUA Exceptional value In aeven room stucco house, with all Improve mects: price 34,800. CONWAY, 47 W. 34th. WHITE PLAINS RD. 3688 Thomas A Mead agt Martha Ollllesple (foreclosure of mtg); attys, Harris, Corwln. Moffat & Schsk. CLINTON AV. w a, 38.9 n 181st st. 10x99.3 William H Bolton, aa exr, agt Harry Feller at al (foreclosure of mtg); attya, Salter Sc Stelnkamp. PELHAM AV. n e. 89.1 w Hughee av. 98.3x100 Empire City Savings Bank agt Profitable Realty Co, Inc. et al (fore closure of mtg: atty, C W Dayton. Itntcera to Have Aero Course. Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J., Is planning to start a course In aero nautical engineering thla winter. Funds have already boen raised (or tho pur chase of several planes and motors and a bill will bo Introduced Into the Legis lature to provide for the payment of the salary of ah Instructor. Rutccra Is the State college of New Jersey. Applica tions have been received from nearly 100 men for ;nrolment In the course. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. 1 AUCTION. MerchaxidisQ who is now the foremost ' Auctioneer one fare subway be an interesting atory. tlODSEfl TO LET. FOR RENT Concrete Bungalows With Heating 'acilities and AH Modern ii provements La it living room. I lulin, bathroom, 2 bedrooms aiiO pie cloaeta. Norfolk street MANHATTAN BEACH Brooklyn, N. Y. Send Jit Particulars. Or go tfiert bv Drifhton Iitach IB. Ii. T.) "L" 10 Shttpihtai Bav. chant io Manhattan Deach tar. or lakt Ortan Arenus Irollev to antfpineaa liav. ana" trott bridge. I'ropertT Office Open Ev7 Day or Kvcntiix. Thono C20 or I COO Coney Island Hmtal Agmt. ii ruaaaiu st. 'Phono Rector O.IOO TO LET roil BCSIWIS? PCRrOSES. FLOORS and OFFICE SPACE TO RENT In modern twenty-three story offieo building 150 NASSAU STREET Space now occupied and shortly to be vacated by THE SUN. ApproximaUly 7.000 sq.tt. to each floor. Also basement and sub-basement. Most conveniently situated office building in downtown Manhattan. Apply THb FRANK A. MUNSEY CO., 280 Broadway, Cor. Chambers Street UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET. 127 Riverside Drive South Comtr 85th Street Just Completed Aparimcrd Hold 2, 3 & 5 Rooms Mali ttrtlct, Ittht and UUphoni caltt indaiti In rtntal RESTAURANT ROOF GARDEN 2 Rooms $1800 to $2400 3 Rooms $3500 5 Rooms $5300 Mark Rafalsky & Company 31 East aOtn St. Phoiu VandtrbiU t0!7 830-840 7th Ave. SoufAu-e.it Corner Sith Bt. 3 & 4 Rooms $1,250 to $2,300 Apply on premises, or BING U DING 110 West 40th BL qUEENS BEAL ESTATE FOB BALK. FOR SALE AT FLUSHING. 114,000; modtrn 8 room dwelling; large open attic: open fireplace, hot water heat, gat and electrlo light; hard wood floore, ...... -hi. ntuu- ,.u v w.iir hi , screens and storm aath for entire houje; glata en- closed porch i three car hollow tile garage, heated, hot and cold water, alen rnnm tnr llvlna quarters above garage, ttwer, water and gat; 4 minutes from station: posses- iun in du aays; corner pioi isaxila reet, MR. hAlLERAN, HALLERAN AGENCY. FLUSHING. N. Y. NKTr jEltSET R EAL ESTATE FOR 8 A US BEAUTIFUL HOME BARGAIN at Plalnfltld, N. J.; modern 11 room houte. all Improvements: plot 147x840; garage; fine trees; shrubbery; exclusive avenue; Aa suiuule ltUl; Jxusslcr. UmW, 814,000; act Immediately, OWNER, room 70S. 141 Broadway. ENGLEWOOD ??,Ttral. Retlderjcee biiuLtnuuii ror (,! B, ,lrCe BBll,. under value. 125.000, 886,000, 140.000. 8SS.000, '875.000. ' II. WEATIIEHBY A CO.. Englewool. N. J. KOUJl HOVSE, 88,500, most desirable location In town: near trolley or depot. Eary terms. DOCTOR BROWN, ARLING- REAL ESTATE. If WOLF. "T9 way. N. T. TH . Il, If " i I lng North her. L L tu salt ar raaai REAL B8TATE . man water rem local anoleiis ron the week end, Bandy Hoolc Princess Jamaica (The Horeeahoe) .Bay (Canarsle) laland Point London, Dltr. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. September 13...101 11:07 10:4 11:12 llrjft A.m. September U... 112 12 .00 1137 1205 12:17 Bamest Dar Ylelda IS Poand Weakfltu. Tha record weleht for a weakflah eaueht on rod and reel In Barneget nay It be lieved to have benn brnkan -whan Adam Ileblar of Nanark brought to (alt a beauty waianuir mineen pounai. tie ana Frank Kline were trolling' from rowboat In Heron Place, with Cast. Watta Penn at the oari. Watta picked up the hook and atrung on It tha clanr ot a theddcr crab In place of a blood worm, back of which a tplnner of bright! pollahed white metal revolved. When the big fellow waa anubbed much trouble waa naa to Keep mm on the hook. Ueron Place la a narrow ehaiinat run ning between two life aavlng atatlona not over :00 feet from the ahore of the east aiae or tne bay. It la greaa lined ana heavily great bordered on both aldea. It waa readied that tha big fellow would uaa theee and any other haiarda by which 13 etcape. Ilia every move, however, wat coppered by the rowboat and It waa due to perfect rowing that the flan waa flnail landed. The weakfleh mcaturtd thru feet and three Inchee In length. Kit capture wat followed by another of an eight pounder. llebler and Kline broke also at leatt tha aeaion'i record on Wedneeday when they landed SS atrlpad bait In the tame ditch, bringing up their total bag of bans In three daya' trolling to 4S beat, in addition they captured aa many weakflih, which alto Uket bloodworma and It fat olnated by a tplnner, Heblar celebrated hie run of luck by purchasing the Fletcher houte and grounda. and declarea that he will move Into It next April eo m to be near good angling. Meantime Commodore P. Kelly of New Tork, who owna the cottage and arounda adlolnlnc tha nivarslda Hotel. where he and family reside each tummer, landed ,16 ttrlped bate on the tame day, trolling eltewhere with Obi Dothler it the oare. Thla brlnge up hla total eaten for three days to 80 ban and aa many weakflih. lie It tho owner of the Kelly eprliig, famous whh all anglers v. ho come here and which supplies the boats ulth fresh water. W. II. UALLOU. Forked Itlver, N. J., Sept. 12. Final Casting Tournament To-day. The final tournament of the four echeduled between the Anglera Club of New Tork and tha Newark Bait and Fly Catting Club will be held at the big lake Ctntral Park, Central Pork West and Seventy-seventh street entrance, thla af ternoon. The events Include half ounce distance bait, half ounee aecuracy bait, distance fly, five ounce rod and distance fly, four ounce rod. V. 6- Nee4a Deputy Chief Game Warden. The United States Department of Agri culture le In need of a well qualified man. not Itea than SS nor more than 6 years of age, to nil a vacancy In the petition of deputy chief United States game war dsn and the United States Civil Service Commission will give a most practical open competitive tret to secure the right man. The entrance salary will be between H.500 and J3.000 a year. Ileadauartera will be In Washington, D. C. The duties of the position art to attltt In administering the law which gives ef fect to the treaty between the United States and Great Britain for the protec tion of migratory birds and the sections of the United States Penal Code known aa the I.acey act; In the supervision of United States game wardena and deputies In tho gathering of evidence and the prep aration of casts for prosecution of alleged violations of the Federal game laws, and In office administration, and to participate In conferences In and out of Washington with Individuals and organisation! Intel etted in wild life conservation. In arnrriAnra with ltt Draottce In con nection with potltlons of thlt claat, the Mvamlnntlnn riven br the Civil Service Commltston nl.l not require, the arPllcante to appear In an eiamtnation room tor a mental tett. Thoio who apply will re ceive a rating on their education and practical eiperlence, rated at 80 per oent., And on a tmsls on n selected game' con servation aubjict, rated at SO per cent. Those who attain a patting grade will later be given an oral tott to determine their personal qualifications for the posi tion. Failure In this oral test will render the applicant Ineligible for appontmenU Applications will be received by the Civil Service Commission up to and in cluding October 25, Full Information and application blanka may be obtained from the secretary of the local board of civil service eiaralnere at tht Post Office or Custom House In any of 8.000 cities, or by writing to the United States Civil Ser vice Commission, Washington, D. C, Good FeUowsblp at the nanks. Some years ago I was codnshlne and took a place at the rail between a benevo lent looking gentleman with a long white beard and a white haired elderly angler I waa eoinea oy tnt micimu.i ......-. eatlon of white beard and amused at the ' ROD AND GUN. KIINT1AV B A. M. Sea Bast, lilac ktlh anil Fluke, Riralrla SEhii 7:20 A. Sheeptnead MSSMIMM Capt. D. MARTIN. PI.V.NTV OF FLUKE. TIIPl tafl rt leaves Sunday, Washlng- I HbLlVlA ,on Sl' Jer"5' atr- 7,A" I llhSttllin M. jtra9y central Pier. 1:80. Capt. OU8 LEHLDACH. SHLUUtKS WORMS. MOULDS. TACKLE. MOUNTINGS. WOOD, REPAIRINO. BECHER. .lit K. 84th Bt. Murray Hill 2S3L MIEDI1ER CRAI18. filK UfAl 7 Blood and Sand Worms. UUO t7HL. wood and mounting! for rods. Split bamboo. Sinker molds for tale. Rtpalrlng. 170 1st Av. Tel. Orch. 8867 Paladin g leavet foot of IS St.. Hoboken. 48 A. U.. Pltr 1; c. H. it. ertey City, 7:30 A. M., Sun tlayi and Thuradaya. Capt. ED. D ALLETTt. tUyt and Tht Rosabel I will make tpeclal trip Mon day. C .4t train, for Bats nd Porctes. Fare 82.00. Chartered bv HAUSER. 107 Sth Ave rhone Cheltta 8888. You are welcome. ' Bass and Illnrknth at Long Branch. Uxrlnlinn P it. Dunne's Dock. Sheeps- ManeiinB J. ihar dy 8 A. M. A. u uiNH. AturUy Afternoon. !P M. . Klthlne up the Sound Bun day, leavet E. 13Sth St. 7 A. M.i Cltson Point, 7 HO. Bring be It. Capt I.UNIHTIIUM Robert P. & SEA BASS AND FLUKE. eaves S!d St.. So. uroou- n, Eunasy. ? a. n. Capt. ruwAu. uttd. Fishing Tacke ire also lend moaty en tackle. J. B.ItStir.SOS SS Ave., near 81d HI.. N.T.O. HOUND HLACKFIfill. 4ri leaves New Rochelle, rtudton HlflN. rark. Tues., Wed., Thurs. A "U01 Sunday. S A. M. Capt. LOU. SELECT FISHING IACKLL SHhUUtHS. Sand and Blood Worms All Season. I,l" until. 48 W. 48d Ft. Tel. Bryant 484. jaT leavea Sundays foot of.Wash. RflCnnn ington Ut.. Jersey City, 7 UttdUUIl A. St., and Pier 1. C. II. R., ,,,, A M Capt. R. O'BRIEN. "2 P. ivi. SAT. 7 A. IYJ. SsUN. al trial vnDUrRlM,' Dunne'a Dock, NEW YOWiXfcaf, Kheen.httd Bay. BE A BREEZE IIOTEI Freeport Point. n.uihAtti and Launches Bait. Good meale. Shore Dinners a Specialty. tiFNltY I.AHPE. Prop. Tel. 847 Freeport. Hawk,- very Sunday leavet. Flat- land! Bar, Ltmalre float, A. M. Winifred s vea Hammer's Dock. Sheepshead, Sun., 5 A. M. ESLOII A SIHMKR. SUNDAY, 7l3t A. M. El M A R leaves Sbtspshead Dally L ill M rt S A. M. OUS RAU. l-, . werVa It Hr K (ll HI 1 n . 1 AlYlDVe ' . leavet Stahle s Pier Ca. arsla, A. il. Sunday JOHN and KHi;u. Joe Pinkett leaves Sheepshead Bay Bulkhaad Side, every Sunday SAM clisJCUIIJP S A. M, t)l'y and Sundaj aUnanlist from Dunne"s Dock. Fluke. Capt. JOHN LUNDY. formerly of "Nimbus n . J,. leaves Meeju-ngers, Canarsle. Dolauraoora iiA mrnm. j, i tt 1 leaves Clason Point Tuts. ladle t nnlicnc leaves Canarsie every ttun- UDUOUk. day UEO. KEMMEHEIt, AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE. FOR KAI.K 4'AIIII.LAr 1911 RCN'AIIOI'T IN EXCELENT CONDITION, EtlL'll"l"ED . I WITH SIX LUHU lllll.t, JUII l. u.111,1 lIMEi MILEAGE 24.000: PRICE SI. 600.00. i I TEL. 4700 UEKUMAN. ANDHESEN, SD I Haynet Touring Car Exoellent oondltlon, 1818 model; price ILtOO. Apyly Room 1801, I ma Fifth Avenue. ay, Tnurtnay ana nunaay : , . I(av.. Murray's Wr.i-u t.h Abraham & Rtrsui. eunon it. itckie only, A M. tor fishing. II Zube. nnnrfTin M iVii;UrMyn ,VT A". W Grand tt. Tel. IS StV , i 5-APPHO "-J" ,,'v'"HVN5"r t.r.5!!:1. .,,!,, Murray , J:A.i ' J"rr T -e- J"MV "r.WKM 'nTwftp n tl leaves fanarsi. ...ri Hti-S""". ruilou sl. TVS SwfvtO. SUJie, I AISlVVVL ril"on Wlpt A. M ..Wednes. 1 S.l K , day at 1A.M. W.er . rrtrtek Co.. Folio, .t. T.s... ..ly.' ROD AND GUN NEWS Day OoTeroora Millets New A.ai. A'.Al. A.ftl. I'.AX. A.M. 1M. A.M. KM AV M. A.M. P.M. 113 108 11:19 134 1:68 12:13 12:40 12:41 11:40 12:12 3.-J3 3:41 1:01 frequent ute ot hsad. black bottle by white In fact hla hand aoon became unsteady In holding hla rod and he was obliged to support hlmstlf agalntt the rail. He wased loquaclout. wavlns the while a particularly rank pipe to emphasise hit remarxt. i-attr he became tome Incoherent. The fishing was poor, but mr Intellectual friend landed teveral cod. He rt the black oouie invtignea against hla 1UCK, being too rar gone to react quickly when he did get bltta, but Jutt before three whlttlts he hooked a fish and etarted yelling tot the gau, Before It could be applied hit untteadl neat and Impatience whacked tht cod agalntt tha side of tha boat and It wsa gone. White beard looked blankly at his unaiinK rig ana ms pent up teeungs to overcame him that he sat down on the deck and burst Into teara. Then I eaw an exhibition of tportimanihtp and amica bility, Mv Intellectual friend cnnsoled white head and dried hla teara by riving mm one ot tne coa ne naa caucnt. white head was grateful, but eought further solace In the black bottle, so that by the time we landed ho had to be helped to the cart. On the train I happened to sit In front of white beard and behind white head. The black bottle by this time waa empty and the owner was weeping bitter tears. I leaned over and asked him what the trouble was. Uetween hie sobs he anawsredl "I nearly landed a codfish, but I lost him." "But," I aatd "that kind old gentleman rave you one or hie In mace of It. "Yes," he replied, "but If I hadn't lost mine that would have made two." where upon he again gave way to his feelings, and t gave un trying to console him. l asaea tne man aionxsioe ox met "wno Is tha philanthropist with the patriarchal Denra oenina jts7" "I don't know his nsme," he eald, "but we all call him the Colonel." "And that maudlin white haired repro. Vmto that Is still aching about hit lost nshT" "I don't know his name, either, but wo all call him tht prnfetsnr." New York, Sept. 12 F. I. SHERMAN, Five at a Clip Verified. One day last wtek TUB RUN, In print ing a newe atory of the catches aboard the ateamer Evelyn of Sheepthead Bav, rapt. Jake Martin, aald that Dr. A. B. Forthay, on the day previous, caught t porglea and ata btat. He alao caught the prise fluke, a flih of S pounds. An other achievement of Dr. Forthay waa the catching of -0 porglea and baas at one clip. H. A. Slegel of 4 Eatt HOth etreet quettions the catch. Cept. Martin, reply ing yesterday to a note from the editor of Ttod and Oun. e.iya: "I have delayed re plying to your letter, for I detlred to talk with the men who flthed alongside Dr. For ehay, for these men utually nth together every Thursday. They told me that he caught the flah. "We were fishing over the wreck not more than five minutes when- Dr. Forshay caught 6 porgles at one time, and the an triers In the Olralda, Ashing' not over 75 feet away, called to me, for I was still In the pilot house, "There" five at a clip on your stern." "Dr. Forshay caught four ot a time twice, three at a time ill or teven times, and the remainder of hla catch wat taken two or one at a time. I eaw hit catch but did not count them any more than I should the editor of the Rod and Gun If he were on the boat and I asked "How many did you catch!" and he told me IS; I would take hit word for It unlett the bag looked otherwise, and I don't think ROD AND GUN. BLACK FISH at NVw Rochell Plentiful. rhlnaherW Flddlera Can Oet Them. Clddlere, ChlnabacKt. from va., none baiter. Hand and Blood Worms. D1HTRIB TACKT.E OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, I EV TFNS"! E. 13HIU St., near 8t. Ann's. Ave. Tel. Melrose asst. SELNADA i eaves Freeport dallr io. Mon. and Frl.. Till Take silt trolltr cttr line or S:40 train Penn. Sta. Uundar leavea StSO. Take 6:16 trolley or 4:11 train. Fare. Inc belt and tax. S1.S5. fluke STANHOPE -BASS FLUKE Union Dry Dock, Wee hawken. 6:30 A M. ; 7th St . Hoboken, 7 A. M. Plenty at Hem Bate and Pnrgtre at Klondike Bankt 7:30 A. M. Dally. riri VII Sails evety day at 7 'SO A. M rVLLin Sunday S A M., Sheepthead. ' ' " Can. J MARTIN. da ss ii a ss n ass. Pont Inpll u&7-?s5?s UUJ UJUU II. 'M'titfcft, SILVER WAVE HOTEL Rowboats and Munches. Bait for sale. Trolleys leave Atlantic Ave. Sunday, X. C OII.DERSI.EEVE. Tel. 86 Freeport. 6 A. M. DAILY; SUNDAY 5 A. M. MfUITDV Bass. Kluke Hammer-a Dk. ii mi I flk.essbead Bav. SHANK HAMMER M. J. R. III.""" A M.i daily fihtepthuad Bay, Dunne's Dock. Edw. Tiers lund. owner. C.pt. I PUIS HARMS' CJ Ivs. Mul!lor"s Dock, OmlTiOClOre 9u"swater Sta., Tues, Thurs. Sit.. 8:48 train. Sun.. S:tS train. CHpt.ItenWrlght YANKEE DOODLE A M. Dau 8. P.M. Sat'dy 7 A M. Sund v Capt. Turn, formerly of 'Relltble' Dnnnc't Dock TORGIES AND rLUKE. HELEN Eatt 91lt St., Run. S A. M, 18th St 8:30 A.M. Bring wormt; other bait on board. Cnpt. BERG . SATURDAY 2 P. I VI. AMPninfl' A. M. Dally. 7 A. M. Sunday. ftrYICHHiHcapt, Michael. Sheepthead Bay. testes wreck Lead, Sill trsln dsllr exc. Mon. anS Frl.i Sunday, S:S5 train. Capt. George W. Wilson. 8F BASS AND FLUKE. R.C.LI ieaves dally 8 A. M., Sundays 7 A. M., frnm Hheepehead Bay. Capt. ANTON LUNDY leaves L. 1. It. R. Btetlos Wreck Lead dally except Monday, t:43 train. Sun. day, bill train Itathmsn 3 n j N o Tuesday. ShU.J Saturday. Sunday S A. M.. from foot Bay 4 4th ?t . Orayesend Bay. Captain ciiAituca A.-sufattaua. pi p Fpec'al trip for blackflah at i I'lpannfll the Sound. Leaves Clason Pt i JLilCailUI sun.. 7 30 A M Capt TED J. SEA BIRD leaves Stnhle's Cnnarsle, Sunday, 7 A Pier, M. .111, inn. :ti- imw.vr ,..,,. WLA1U'I$1I ARE NOW RUNNING GOOD. GUI DAIS, Keafard, Im X, CCA DinPnM 10 A. M. Dally, A. M. bun. dtArlutUri da,, otborne hock. Capt Frank Baumann. formerly of the Moccasin. Ukl III I I V . i uepi,.-5. V i-'aJVV'al 1 Capt BILL STEPHENS ' - I 1 r lvs. 188 St.. B.R., 7 A.M ; Cla- I Vflia K 'on Pt. 7:30 A M. Sunday. Fare IjrUlU Xlii, Urtnr bait rint Tterlr ELEGTRA Leaves Clason Sunday. S A. M. Point Cant. W 6TODHR. SHAMROCK ,'es Sheepshead Bay. 1 a. 11 . sun., 7 Capt PLAGE. IIADUMC will leave D UArllN. eunday, 8 A. M Dunna't Doc MIKE IIOOH3. Amphion 8 A.M. Sunday Never f (fjZk Ball Break lJ9 Tiff Bearing or sXvL -JjJ Guar- Rust. f 1d L J anteed. V'U?"- SHsu6iTI None Metal. iit'L DlnTRIBUJ M,3S n J Sunday, from Ulmer Park J-no. J"-" JH1 V;5a,S 5 ' TWe only. Seaweeds r-5-. eluding Bill and War Tax. , jiavtga, H. 11. Co.. IS fortlandt st. I Utit. lEDlTHMlllFVrryid5.hy s?.' obokndtj'?!V AiJmUARj- 1U A IU. Cpl CHAItHK. formerly of S PIgot - ...... - - - ' ALERT Ltsd, Tuts.. Wed., Thurs., bat. (t train. Sun.. 8,18 train SI R. LINTA1""' ccn.,p7,,Mc,A,t"oDvM" OID--' I hllANE UWMIMai ltavea Canartle Dally exceat- log Monday, T A. M. an angler could tool me more than a few 1 on a count of forty-three. Ateo. no man on the Evelyn receive the pool unlaaa he catchea the prise flah. "Who's Who" in the) Grape Juice Distillery, j. My friend, A. Pell Jaquea of Tlntoo Falls, N, J., wrltea rat aa follows! "A tall Individual, heavy tet about tha shoulders and feet, wat recently discov ered eleuthlng about thlt neck ot wooda for Inspiration and enlightenment In tha matter of catting & four ounce lead 800 feet. He claimed that there was much . authority to be obtained In tht vicinity. , But when It waa found he waa addicted to grape Juice the vlgllantta promptly ran him out ot town. "When last teen he waa making track down atream and acroee the bay toward Htaten Island. Grape Juice It regarded In thlt metropolle. the capital ot Monmouth county, ae entirely lacking In authority and totally without potential In tclentlflo Investigation. The person was recognised as a renegade from 838 Dry street. Mid land Bsacn. "Surf anglera please take warning." I give thla publicity fcr what It It worth. SWITCH REEU Asbury Park, Cept, li. niackflsli nt Wreck Ia4. By way of a change from the deep' sea fishing boats I went to Wreck Lead tha .' other day. and to my chagrin I could nor. buy sklmmera. At the Wreck Lead ata- tlon only kllllea and hard clamt are aold. Thanke to Capt, Oeorg Wilton of tha Itotabell, I got a quarter'a , worth of tklmmert. Near the drawbridge of the automobile road I caught fifty blacktlth, weighing; thirty poundt. NEW YORKER. iNew York. Sept. 12. J( A Common Utile Fish of Many Name. Some time ago a contributor ot the Rod and Oun column atated that the publlo made a mistake In calling the frying ran fish In Jamaica Bay lafayettes and that they were really tpot, as their meet promt.'' neni cnaracterituc woum waicait. "The Outdoorsman'a Handbook," com piled by Warren 11. Miller, tayt the spot and lafayette are one and the tame flah, the only difference being In name. I Miller right or the correspondent T THE EARL.Y BIRD. New Tork, Sept. 12. Miller It correct. The common little Can fish le known along the Atlantlo coast t varloua names, via,, tpot, lafayette. goody, roach, chub, matooka .and chop btanra. , EDITOR. ROD AND GUN. REINGOLD'S GRAND OPENING: 121-123 EIGHTH AVE.. a. W, COR. 1STH ST. Telephone Chtltea (444. rUhlng Tnekle of Every Description. 3Ei sEOOEitRS SAND AND BLOOD WORMS ON HAND BIO OrFER Tl THE FISHERMAN! 1 nntia' I M Ocomp 1 u Line, uctlon on our thorough and plete ttock of Hod, netu xiooki ana an otner tacicie. FROM THE BATTERY STEEL, MOTOR VESSEL TO THE PRISGILLA F,s& REFRESHMENTS SERVED. LADIES ACCOMMODATED. LEAVES AT TlOS A. M. EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY AND FRIDAY. Capt. ENGLAND. 4 A. IY1. DAILY JOSEPHINE leavea Dunne's Dock, Sheepshead Bay, except Monday and Friday for Sea Bats and niaekflsh. Capt. BERT. , U. S. Army Goods , Hip Rubber tlooti, new, (3.85 pair. Leather Coatt, St.25 each. Woolen Underwear, fl.75 rarh. British Army 'Woolen Blanketa, (.1.00 each. (SO Bridge St.. near Fulton St.. Brooklyn. 818 Bth Ave., near Third Bt.. Brooklyn. " BATTERY LANDING SATURDAY AFTERNOON I P. M. F4I PfiW leaves every Tuesday. V.'ednea. rHLliun dnVi Thursday and Sunday, f A. M for the Cholera Banks. HAND-MADE RODS "X"- Greenheert and lancewood, lOe. a foot! Bethabara and Split Bamboo. Nickel and German Sliver fittings. C. Voeliringer, 128S Myrtle Ave.. BraoklTn.. . .;' Str. Indolent .n. A Friday, CArT. HANSEN. BIJOU AFTERNOON IISI11NO. O P. M. weekdays, cun, 7iS0, u Osborne Dock. A. St.. 6heepshead Bay. Capt. BRYAN. Plant Crabs Big Lafayettes Porgles " Tel. 8811 Hammels. Chas. Noehten. Goese Creek. Jamaica Bay, L. I, J I I Sunday, leaves East River, Slat MQ I I . 6t- ,0: 1,!th st- 'l0(). Clason niuill point. 7:30 Fare SI 25. Bring; halt Cspt. STRANDUERO. CUABS. LAFAVLTTES. 1'ORUIES, DH CONINCK'S FISHING STATION, The Haunt, Ruckaway Beach. L I., N Y. BEST W'EAKI'IMIING IN 1 1: A lis. Boegel's has 22 launches with gulden, 810, Including shrimp. Tel. S0S7 Canarsle. STEEPLECHASE PIER ' STOa Ling. Flounders and Blacklist! Now Running P. BELIViONT u"y- Sunday JENSEN. ANNIE ''u''au1' so Jr! ni""' T .A"'t C. It. rt. 7 0. Capt, l.agaipa- MOTORBO AT "WANDA" leaves ' 138th fit. Pltr at 7 o'clock Sunday. Fishing Tackle antl Uait Dea!e ,tiu do not tell lire bait h,. ih. wordt "Tickle oaly" or "no belt" tollowtag their ntniM. JUAN ilATT All AND THE BRONX. Abbey A lmbrle. It Warren tL Tackle onlv. AUicrorauie c riicn, ma. av. A- Htn. TM. only. llauntann, 2248 Second av., netr into st. Ilsmnann, John, 871 W. 12Stb st, I Utiher, 341 E. S4tb it. Te!, Murray mil sdetV urowu s jii u,i m av., nr. 121st U. , Kla,-' xjnheus. 27 W. 125th st. T.cilJ M . i,c I'onroy, Tbot. J., John st. Tackle only Dirket. 401 W. Wth st. (A. Dory, prop.), Tel. Dutll, John. 42S W. I2d st. Tel. 454 HrTiat Fuths, II., t2 First iv Tel tSS Orchsrd Dale, Gildenbcrg. :t Sth uv . 136th st, Morn'sd S07t, I tiroes, Z3S7 fi bt., nr. 121 st ner nana tsctle, , Grots, Sth sr. and 34'.h st. Second hand tattla. lllrsch, L., SOS Amstdm av Si-Wth ,ti. Te. 'llorhgrsf. F., 307 E. 84 th sr. Tel.Vtnderbilt SSta. Jarre, iwi Amst ain av. itcxie end bait. Tel. Kellermsd. 8030 8d av., 180th st. Tel Mel. loes, Klfle, H. H. Co., (28 rjrosdwar. Tackle only, Jarre, lui aimi qh av. jtciie and bait. Tel. IMS. only. Kirtltnd's, SS Cbtmbert it. Tickle A Ilelmmlta. Laiarut. Sol, SIS E. ssh st. No btlt. ,Ivlten'f. 1 K. 13!tt it, Fiddlers Melrose sa. Merker. II., lit Ants'dta. av, FithlDg tkltAbalt, Hudson Terminal. Grsid Central. No n.lt. NruniKuiin iw , vhuich aim tia Mills. Wm. A Son, 21 Pirk n, Tel. U'clty esTS. 'Ojllvy. R. Co.. 7 Cbamiert sr. No bait. lotto's, 12S A 123d sts Pspe E. II . 74 2d .l.li.r,nn. Gottfried. iV . ltt Tel 1S5 Plata. Hunl'r 170 Fnl. it.NBhB.lt. RcUrts. I, . Sec. R. Wuh'n elkt Sl Cort. n. nosers Feet Co., R'wty st Wsrrcn st. J at otts lloters Pret Co , R'wey at J4th t 1 four itigert reet ijo., n mj ' r lettie Koiers Pret Co., Fifth sv st Hint t stores. Srhoverllne Bsly A fltjet, SOU Mroadwty. Kihuharh A Son. 3013 Sd IV. .ODD. 158th It. Halt. , Pl.ehler Trent Co ,119 Cha-nbert tt. Tickle only. t Vora Hofe. E. A Co.. Ill Fulton it Tackle oaly. IVondrae. W. ! Fleet v Tt'VIe ii1 Vale, Wtli.O , shed, ertbt,17 ltt tv.,nr 10th 1W Oreh. J30R0UG1I OF BROOKLYN. viirrimMitnn. II. II .1271 ltAtoTA bt Tuckl rmlr. Held it t23 Bedford. 1ir.nsr XI w . 777 oosiwarn t Tarki olr. 1 hell I r ! r'aimnn as in ;iJ9 ."ivrurtr, i Bphchlfr. F .251 Wyckoff it Tfl 197 ETeriTtWi a iri.ul.lsey etw T1 itllt Ktwm Snrn av Tel M74 :sfV.T. Yoehrlmer IWS Mrrt'" av Tel 4I7I-W n"wlt. NEWARK AND OUT OS TCWH. ' Dirnard, M Uaok it., Nswuk. lisl U'kt. Jslu Lla.lug.16 Ferry it, Newark. Bait, TcXxOSUkt. Bvecht, IL. USU, UonUocatry IU Jtraar City, Mi i! n il. "T!f- . ! I