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SISEES EDROPin
IN NEED OF AMERICA
Says It Cannot Quickly Gain
Feet Without Help of
United States.
> I
MIGHT HELP GERMANY
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Russia Should Be Looked Upon j
Not as Enemy But as
Fallen Friend.
I
B'j the Associated Press.
Naples, Sept. 30.?Former Premier I
Francesco Nltti, in tlie course of a state-j
jr.ent, went over some of the problems
which are perplexing Europe ami |
[ America.
"On the eve of the Presidential strug- '
*le In the United States," he said, "it |
1 is well that the European situation be >
thoroughly considered in America. Eu-1
rope cannot quickly regain its feet with
out the help of the United States, but i
the United States might help only those !
c?untviC8 whose policy Is peace. The j
American democracy has a great task,
before It. I am a sincere friend of I
America, but I cannot truthfully say 11
believe that the actions of her leaders
bave been useful to the world.
"No man had more humanitarian
Ideas than President Wilson, hut he wasl
not sufficiently acquainted with Europe,
; nd thus the treaties concluded have no
groat moral worth. They contain the
germs of deep hatreds anfif perhaps new
wars. The United States could even
now, If they wished, exert a beneficial
influence. This la not only their moral
<lutv but It id also In their Interest to
do ?.
Wli.v l)o Without (iprmnnyf
"We always declared we were not
waging war against the German people,'
bul against German militarism, and still,
now that th" German Empire lias fallen
and now that militarist Germany is
wrecked, we have not changed our attitude.
Germany to-day Is in an intolerable
position, still undergoes nil sorts of
l od!".i* Investigations and is submitting
* * -? sA't sorts of humillatkms. Germany
7<as no ships, has not s'trieient raw materials
and has 110 colonies, while the
1 xchange rate Is so unfavorable she cannot
huj abroad. Germany, while suffering
hunger. Is condemned to pay tin
initiate number of yearn.
"It in true the victory confers certs
In rights, hilt it imposes also certain
duties. Nobody more than myself, who
am a firm be'iever in democracy and
peace. hated German imperialism. Is
the American ilenioeracy really pleased
Av it 11 tin. turn events have taken? Ail
Europe, with its large population, was
the great market for the exchange of
goods. Germany was the greatest European
centre of production.
"Now. all ttiis Is upset and smashed.
Tlie world never again will have the
former low prices without Germany's
fruitful work. We listed Gorman militarism,
hut admire her industrlousness
and porsorvornnoe. which has given her
first place among the world's producing
nations. Why should we do without Germany's
work and how can one expect
Germany to pay any indemnity in the
present state of affairs? Can we expect
permanently to control Germany in the
way we are doing now?
ItuNslaii Policy Wrong.
"Regarding Russia, T think our policy
L lias been all wrong. The Entente must
make up its mind to look upon Russia,
not as an enemy, hut as a fallen friend
who has overtaxed Ids strength waging
war on our behalf and lias succumbed.
Russia now Is communist, hut its economic
system is absurd and bound to
fall. Every one who lias been to Russia
has returned horrified. It is a regime of
absolutism and violence which gave rise
to great poverty and impossibility of
production. Bolshevik Russia soon will
fall. When the Communist Government
has drained the cup of tn'scry to the
dregs it will fall, or rather be transformed
into a democracy with marked
traces of agrarian Socialism.
"In conclusion, Germany and also
ntan.i countries which formed ancient
Austria cannot live. Russia is consumed
by communist tyranny anil violence
and the Mussulman world Is In a
ferment not entirely Justified. If
America, which Is the greatest creditor
end having th" greatest, reserves of raw
material, wishes to exercise useful action
1 i tic- world It must exercise it in
favor of justice, which Is indispensable
for pro:*! crtty anil pence. i no resiorution
of fUsropo is dependent on the reconstruction
of Germany and tlio return
of Russia among the free countries. The
Huanlaii people must he eonvlnred nc desire
their resuscitation, having no Interest
in their piuit regime. Kurope
must find peace, because by continuing
the prevent disorder we risk new warn,
' which would mean the triumph of brutality
and perhaps the collapse of our
civilization."
MASSEY-HARRIS OFFERING.
dyndlente flclng Formed to Flnec
f4.000.000 Issue.
\Tm. A. Read & Co. are forming a
syndicate to underwrite and offer $4,- ,
000,000 of Massey-Harrls Company,
Ltd., of Canada, ten year 8 per cent,
gold bonds. The bonds will be the Joint
obligation of the company and of the (
Massey-Harris Harvester Company, Its
United States subsidiary.
The parent company was established
In 1847, Is one of the largest manufacturers
of harvesting machinery In the
Itrltlsh Empire and lias combined assets '
In excess of 145.000,000.
The company will have no other fund- '
cd debt, and net earnings after taxes 1
and depredation have averaged for the '
last four years more than six times Interest
requirements on the company's 1
total authorised debt Ac J>-.".uol sinking
fund of 10 rvr cent. c.v the issue to <
', purchase n the open market at i
^ or below 102 Lj will b< provided. t
EARNINGS STATEMENTS. ;
MIW YORK t' KNTJt \ I..
August ?
Operating revenue. .$3.7,SS4.2H7 Inc.$4.330.103 (
Operating d.flrlt. 2,SOU,203 Dee. 10,0.57,3.32 ,
from January 1 I,
Operating revenue..29,3,KW.nP7 Inc..20..".07.172 !
Operating deficit... S.20I,S27< Dec.30,081,033 1 '
NttltTIIRliN I'ACiriO. I I
August? I ,
Opcfntlng revenue.. $0,000 022 Inc.. $7-44 4f.a.,
Operntinxdefli.it... 2.402.052 Dec. ?,3X3.307 i
From January 1? | v
Operating revenue.. na.nin.J42 Inc.. 7.,244.020 I
Operatinx deficit... 1,419.131 Dec. 7,9T2,fltl2 ,
rKllB MAIIUUISTTK. i i
August- ( 1
Operating revenue. $3,030,142 Inc.. r.33 02a 1
Operating de-flelt... 423,097. Dec. 1,(107 103 11
From .ImAry 1? I .
r perntlnx tr?mie.. 23.132.70d Inc.. 3.030.403 1
Operatinx fflWbne.. 1.7.23.043 Dec. 3.310.117
MiCHJOAli CENTRAL. j '
Auxtist? : f
r'|.erst|nx retinue.. $0,301,303 inc.. $020 30.1 1
Operatinx Income... 423,702 Dec. 2,243 02" 1
From January I? |
Operatinx revenue . 54.33a,nt3 Inc.. 3,34$ 2$?
Operating Income 2,102,023 Dee. a,.VI l'oOa a
CHICAGO A ALTON. I |
August?
Operatinx revenue.. 2.0ia,42l Joe.. 043 013'
Operating deficit... 477,732 Dec. 7.37'307. !
From January 1 ?
Operstlnx revenue.. 10.3aa.iij jno "311400
Operatinx Income.. 37,213 Dec, ao7,,'a3S I
BUFFALO, ROCHESTER A riTTMBURt;.. I?
Auxust? r
Operstlnx revenue.. 1.017,402 trie.. .340.104 t
Operatinx deficit... 230,004 Dec. 343411 r
From January 1? I '
Operating revenue,. 12,502,731 Inc.. 8,432.232 | 8
i . 1 . .
ITALY'S EXPERIMENT
FORTUNE OR RUIN
Signor Aneona Doubtful How I
Workmen's Share in Management
Will Result.
fj.a.t. to cooperatives!
Necessary Arrangements for!
Transfer of Works Will
Take Time.
Home. Sept. SO.?Signer Aneona. who
was a member of the Orlando Cabinet,
writing in the Giornale rt'/talia of the
situation In Itnlv ns a <onseaucnee of the I
rr.cfallurglc dispute, says:
"I do not know bow the men'i p.irtlcl- |
pa'ion In the management of Tidustry
will work out. but I do know It will be
the greatest fortune or the deepest
disaster for Italy. Which alternative
will prevail does not depend on written
law, which In such cases counts for
little, but rn the state of mind of the
n.e.n and the masters.
"If the inen return to work, so to I
speak, with bombs in their pockets, looking
for trouble and a suitable spot and
time to explode them, and with their
minds full of anarchism and communism
; if the masters hamper the men.
denying them a Just shars of the earnings.
then industry will suTer complete
atrophy' and be Involved everlasting
ruin."
A discussion before the Senate of a
bill which would incren?e the penalty
for the carrying of arms, gave an opportunity
to Gen. Grendina. former
.Minister of War. to say that men who
had been employed in?turns manufactories
had stolen firearms to be used
against the State law and In trampling
on public and private liberties. He asked
that most energetic measures bo taken
to find hidden deposits of arms.
Will Disarm Citizen*.
Premier Giollttl declared that mojt or
the arms referred to were those picked
up in the Venetian provinces after the
Austrian retreat or were stolen from
the Italian military stores. The Premier,
It Is asserted, intends to take over ,
ill anus held by citizens, notwlthstand- '
ing the pollticnl views of such citizens.
Cooperative workmen's technical staffs
are being formed in various industrial
centres in Italy to take over factories
from actual owners and work them for
cooperative benefit. One of these staffs
Is already working at Castellamare,
near Xaples, and another Is being organized
near Rome. Formation of these
staffs has been rendered easier by the
financial support the Government has
given to such movements.
Negotiations for the transformation of
the F. I. .V. T. automobile works at
Turin into a cooperative society, with
the workmen as partners having the
largest share In running the company,
are going on. If successful the transformation
is expected to test how fnr
collaboration of the men can be effective.
The F. I. A. T. plant Is one of the
largest industrial establishments 1r.
Italy.
Differences over the question of pav
for work done by the employees of Pavlu
during their recent occupation of Industrial
plants hnve led to a strike in all
the establishments In that city. Thus
far there have been no serious Incidents
in connection with the strike.
Will Tnke Time to Clfret.
owing to necessary legislative delays it
Is-improbable that the principle of participation
by workmen In'the management
of Industry wiH be written into
practical law before the end of the year.
One of the chief points of disagreement
at present is the claim of the men to be
paid for work done while occupying Industrial
establishments. Employers maintain.
Instead, they agreed to pay arrears
on wage advances from July 15 simply
because they wished to avoid any discussion.
Deputies Huozzi and Darngona, leaders
of the workmen, while accepting the
claim advanced by the employers, bold
some exceptions must be made. They
Instance plants where mert worked sixteen
hours per day, accomplishing in
a few days what would in the past have
-equlrcd weeks. One of theso plants
was the Orlando shipyard at Deghom.
where the men took pride In showing
the employers In what a short time they
could launch a torpedo boat, which
would still be on the ways, had the men
not hui ricd their worK.
DUNHAM RESIGNS AS
AID OF J. 0. ARMOUR
Vice-President of Big- Chicago
Packing House Amazes His
Friends by Quitting.
Special Despatch to Tim Hrsai.d.
fHicxno, Sept. 30.?R. J. Dunham,
vice-president of Armour & Co., resigned
to-day to take effect November 1. Tbe
resignation is especially astonishing to
his intimate associates, because he wnc
considered the logical successor of .f.
Dgden Armour, the present head, whenever
he chose to retire from active business.
Mr. Dunham's resignation was a genuine
shock to Chicago's financial and Industrial
circles. For years he lias been
Mr. Armour's right hand man. He said
h? had no definite plans to tnnounci,
a.'ding: "I^ater on 1 may go into busi- i
ness for myself In Chicago."
For ten days Mr. Dunlinm ha* been
living with his mother at the Rdgewater
Beach Hotel, while Mrs. Dunham Is on
\ visit In the East. The Dunhams hare
in elaborate estate at Isxke Forest, I
ivhere they have been active In society. i
The announcement of Mr. Dunham's
'eslgnatlon was a sharp surprise to all
xcept his most Intimate friends, and the |
issoclates of his family,
Mr. Dunham had been with Armour A:?
*o, for thirteen years, having Joined the;
ompany in 1907, going to It from the
IVestern Cold Storage Company, of
vhlch ho was treasurer. Igt Salle street 1
>< lleves that Mr. Dunham's resignation 1
if the vice-presidency of Armour A- Co. ! j
n< ans also his severance of connection , '
Ith oilier business enterprises In whlcb '
ie has represented the Armour Interests, i .
Mr. Dunham Is a graduate of Harvard 1
L*nlver?lty and Is a member of the liar- 1
card Club of Chicago and New York.
Ho Is a member nlso of many other '
lube. Including the Midday, Marquette,
)nwent."la, Chicago, Old Kim, L'nlvrrdty,
Saddle and Cycle and Casino. In
iddltion to hi* Lake Forest home Mr.
tunhatn maintains a city home nt 1521
Vnrth .State street.
Mrs. Dunham was Miss ICthcl I,, fllchirdson
of Chicago prior to Iter marriage i
n 1S99.
til It A MS at ITS SHWN't STAFF. I
Lewis A. Ahrsms, former Assembly-j t
nan, and for four and a half years metn-) '
>er of District Attorney Swann's staff, ' j
eslgned yesterday to enter a law parttershlp
with Abraham I. Splro. The I
Irm of Hplro A Abrams will have office* ,
it 136 Broadway.
1
THE
CH1CAGO TO HAVE NEW
BUSINESS NEWSPAPER
New Yorker Managing Editor
of 'Journal of Commerce.'
yperlal Despairb to The Ilrau-.n.
CHICAGO, Sept. SO.?Chicato ts to
have a new morning newspaper, devotcil
to financial, commercial and industrial
interests and making a special appeal
to business men.
The new dally, named the Journal of
Commerce, Is scheduled to make its first
appearance October 14. A. M. Lawrence,
formerly publisher of the Chicago
Fxomincr and at present publisher of
the Jomnal of Commerce of San Francisco.
will he the editor and publisher
of the new periodical. Jose Bornn, Sr.,
former manag ng editor of the New
Y< rk Journal of Commerce, Is to be
managing editor.
$250,000,000 LOSS
IN SUGAR MARKET
K. F. Atkins Says Some One
Must Stand Deficit Due to
Price Cutting:.
Special Despatch to Tub Herald.
Boston Sept. 30.?That the full in
raw sugar prices between July 1 and
September 13 of this year means an
actual loss of 3250,000,000, which "some
one must stftnd," was the most startling
of the statements made to-day by Kdwln
F. Atkins of Boston, a prominent official
of five big Cuban sugar plantations
and until yesterday a director of the
American Sugar Refining Company.
He testified to-day before AttorneyGeneral
Allen In the sugar investigation
that "we are nearer a panic In business
generally than most people know about.
We were saved by the wise action of
the Federal Reserve Bank. There is a
great overhauling now going on. Stocks
must bo disposed of; prices are going
down. The ultimate consumer will get
the benefit."
Attorney-General Allen stated that in
1919, the surplus of the American Sugar
Refining Company reached the sum of
$23,000,000. In 191fi it was $3,000,000.
In the last eight months, he said, the
profits were the largest In the history o.
the company. He asked Mr. Atkins
why, in view of these facts, the company
kept its prices up.
"It was the only thing we could do,"
replied Mr. Atltlne. "We haven't sold a
hag at that price <22Vt? cents a pound).
We are jholdlng it for delivery under
contract. The only thing wc could do
was to reduce production and hold up
the price. If they had reduced the price
It would have broken every wholesale
grocery In the United States.
"The New /Cngland grocers have stood
to their contracts manfully, although
they saw bankruptcy staring them in the
face. To have lowered the price might
have put the American Sugar Refinery
in a very precarious condition, despite
its handsome surplus."
He stated that on July 1 raw sugar
was selling at 17.23. on September 13 at
9.75. Ho estimated that 2.000.000 tons
came into the country this year.
SLUMP IN SUGAR CONTINUES.
l'onken Rrflncry (|antm 13 Cents
?Cuban* llnnl Hit.
An unprecedented condition Is said to
exist in the sugar market. The slump in
the price, according to sugar men yesterday,
has left the Cuban planters with
more than 490,000 tone on their hands.
Importers will not pay the price they
demand and if they sell for a lower
figure they are bound to lose heavily. A
sugar refinery In Yonkers quoted sugar
yesterday at 13 cents a pound. Sugar
men predict the price will go even lower.
FOOD EXPORTS SLUMP;
IMPORTS SHOW GAIN
Crude Materials Increase in
Both Directions.
Washington, Sept. 20.?Foodstuffs to
tho value of $210,000,000 were Imported
in August, figures Issued to-day by the
Department of Commerce show. This
compared with Imports of $84,000,000 lu
August. 1919. Exports of foodstuffs for
the month aggregated $151,000,000, ?s
against $205,000,000 the same month n
year .ago.
For the first eight months of the year
foodstuffs imported were valued at 31,366,000.000
as against $790,000,000 during
the corresponding period last year,
and exports were valued at $1,322,000.000.
as compared with $1,882,000,000 for
the first eight months of last year.
Imports of crude materials for use in
manufacturing continued to Increase last 1
month, aggregating $140,000,000. ae
compared with $131,000,000 during August,
1919. The total for the eight
months was $1,412,000,000. as against 1
$961,000,000 for the same period of the
year before.
Exports of crude materials In August
were valued at $140,000,000. an Increase
of $10,000,000, as compared with August.
1919. while the eight months' total was
$1,277,000,000, compared with $952,000.000.
CHARTER FOR BENNETT ASS'N.
Supreme Court Justice Finch approved
yesterday the Incorporation of the James!
Gordon Bennett Association. The purpose
of the organisation Is "to represent,
nni?-(fuan ana auvnuiT ma *,?
the James Gordon ltennett Memorial j
Home for New York Journalists."
This home Is to be built from the fund
that Mi. Bennett, formerly publisher of
This nrw York Hrraui. left by his will
as a trust fund for the support of retired
Journalists In this city. The directors
until tli- first meeting will be George AY.
Itonle. Martin Ictry. Martha E. Comnn,
Henry .Silver Andrew W. Ford, Robert
E. Idvlngsfon and William A. Rogers.
Rstnuel t'ntcrmyer Is attorney for the
iissor'utlk n.
"GENE" MONTANI ENDS TERM.
"Gene" Montanl. convicted In 1912 of
directing the robbery of two bank messengers
111 this city, completed yesterday
his sentence at Hinir Sinn and was
released. Montanl s-rveil elKhl years
ind six months of a minimum sentence
:>t ten years Imposed by Justice Samuel
t-nbury of the Huprcme Court. Good
ivnrk in orison short-tied Ills sentence.
Hirer men were convicted of participating'
In the robbery. Two nged meswnUern
of the Kent River National Hunk
ivrre robbed of |2r>,<*y? In a taxleub operated
by Montanl.
METAL MARKET.
Rept. SO Sept. 20.
Bid. Aekrd. Rid. AV?<d.
p :t?r. prime
Wot, Oct 7.70 7.7'.
tl'in.lnuni 32.on 33.no 3C.no 33 no
Jnlrkrlhrr $73 00 ... *7.-,no
\nllniony 7.00 7.S3 7.00 7 J."
'etlnum, ?oft $113.no .. f1)3 on
Matlnum, '<% |r. ... 1133.00 ... 1)33.00
'Ietlnum. lo<* ir. ... $103.00 .. $10.-00
51ec en)., apot )*.!*> .. 16.23
?leo eop, Oct 11.2.7 ... IK.2.7
Mr Iron. No. I X
foundry 3.7,32 37.32 33.32 37.32
Iron. No. 2.
I limn 33.77 33 77 33 77 33 77
Mr Iron. plain.
No. 2. ellli'oo..32.32 7).-,2 -,2.,72 34.32
1pm iron. Pitta 44.r.n ... 44.30
Dtaa billet*. Pitta ... 60.00 ... 40 00
.
NEW YORK HERALD,
'CONDITIONS BETTER j
ON PENNSYLVANIA
Operation of Road Improves
Since Return to Owners
011 March 1.
| Improvements In maintenance and oplerotlng
condition* on the lines of the
Pennsylvania system since the return of
the railroads to their owners on March 1,
after twenty-six months of Federal Go\ eminent
control are summarized In a report
to Samuel Ilea, president of the system,
by Gen. W. W. Atterbury, its vicepresident
In charge of operation.
The r?tx>rt shews that the number of
loeomottvee undergoing or waiting repairs
has been reduced from a dully average
of about J,600 on March 1 to 1,000
on September 1. and that the proportion
of locomotives available for service has
been increased from 78 per cent, of Its
total In March t?. S6 per cent. In September.
From March to August of the present
year ID,750 engines received repairs. In
contrast to 14 271 In the corresponding
1919 period, an Increase of 38 per ceni. i
In the vclume of ens'.ne repairs com-1
pleted.
Bad order freight cars have been cut j
down six months by two-thirds, or '
from 26,000 on March 1 to 8,700 on Sep- j
tember 1. The latter figure was 3 per |
cent, of the total cars then on the line, or '
1 per cent, les.- than the mark set by the '
Association of Railway Executives In Its
recent Improvement programme as the
| point to which "bad order" cars should
be reduced.
Efforts to Increase the dally movement
of a freight car have resulted, since
July, In adding nearly two miles a day
to the average movement nnd three miles
a day, in contrast to the March to June
average.
Very decided improvement has been
rr ado in the percentage of passenger
trains on time. In March of this year,
the first month of private operation since
the roads were placed under government
control, 112,775 passenger trains were
run on the Pennsylvania system, of
Which 77 per cent, were on time and 8S
per cent, made schedule time. In August
134.057 trains, of which more than 85 j
per cent, were on time and more than |
93 per cent, made schedule time, were
run on the system.
New records for the system have been
made In coal car loading. For bituminous
coal the average load has been
raised to 52.35 tons, against the previous
high record of 50.9 tons. Anthracite
loading a car has been raised to 47.15
tons, as contrasted with the previous
record of 43.75 tons.
Improvement in transportation of ore
from lake ports Is typified at Cleveland,
where the number of cars of ore loaded
from vessels rose from 2,759 in March to
8,616 In August.
BOSTON AUCTION RESULTS.
(Furnished by Richardson, Hill * Co.!
2 First Natlr-na' Hank. Ilrston, 322.
9 Arlington Mills, ex dlv., 95.
2 Sou!" Mills. 17041.
tl Bates Manufacturing Company. 102.
106 New England Fuel Oil Company of Massa<
huaetts, 20.
4 Sullivan Machinery Company, r.o.
"0 Cold Spring Brewing Company, Lawrence,
Mass., 25.
1 Hlght New Hampshire Fire Insurance Company,
2,7.
120 Nevada Consolidated Copper Company,
11H.
.50 Shannon Copper Company, 1H10
Lawrence (la. Company, D.'h
8 Cambridge (Ins Light Company, 1.30
:: Huston Storage Warehouse Company, R.'p't.
100 Oracle Mines Company preferred, $1 lot.
150 Oracle Mines Company common, *1 lot.
.350 Southeastern Electric Company. $1 lot.
$7,(88) New Bedford. Middlehoro anil Brockton
Street Rallwn Company first mortgage
5a, January 1, 1920, certificates of deposit,
33 per cent flat.
15 United States Worsted Company first preferred.
72.
25 Arlington Mills, ex <!lv., 94.
1 Warwick Mills 'full paid receipt), 12044.
2 Uanitt Cotton MIIUs, ex dlv., 2A4H.
Nat-lma Manufacturing Company, common.
Ill
21 Kdwnrdr Manufacturing Company. 120'4.
10 Samson Cordage Works. ITiti.
1 Springfield Fire and Marino Iisuratice
Company, 275.
10 George II. Keith Con.patty first preferred,
ex dlv., 95.
10 Graton I hnlgh' Manufacturing Company
ptefeited 11414 and dlv.
1 Walter linker Company. I.lmltod, 121.
f. Hartford City Gas Right Company common.
241?.
11 Tbompsonvllle Water Company preferred,
10.
1 Wcittern Ttcal Instate Trustees, 10044.
2 Moitpellrr A Parrs Right A Power Company
preferred. 00.
4 I'tntet Sound lower & Right Con.pany preferred,
5.1 V?1
New Ui'lfaid Gas * P.dlson Right Company.
117,
1 Race I,< well Shop preferred, ex die., P5tj.
40S Right* Art M 'ta! Construction Company,
27 and 24c.
10 Securities Corporation General prtftrred,
AO.
10 Lawrence fins Company. 91.
10 Robert*'n Paper Company preferred, 20
H.OOtl Rosfon and Malte Itallr ad lis, MAO, 70.
r Hood Rubber Company common, ex dlT.,
100"4.
DIVIDENDS.
Stock of
Record. Payable.
Northern S.ntoe rower Co
pf. o, *1.75 Sept. AO Oct. 20
Ottumwa Railway t Right
pf, o, $1.75 Sept. AO Oct. 15
Western State* Gar I Glee.
? " Wk i'Vl. (11, k|, fl.lkk ,Hl *WI. 1.)
(' irhon Steel Co., $2.00 .Oct. H Oct. 13
Wlncheetor Co. 1st pf. i"-a.
?3.!M> Oct. 1 Oct. 1",
Wlnchenter (to. 2<l pf. $3.00.Oct. 1 Oct. 1.1
It' ll Telephone of penr, , q.
li.ro Oct. 3 Oct. 1.
McNab i llarlln Mfg. Co.,
1. 2 V, Oct. I
M"N*h ti Hnrlln Mfg. ctint.
pf, q. 2V*'t Oct. 1
Delaware, Dark. A Went.
Co., q, $2.'0 Oct. 1 Oct. 20
Emeraon. Urn ntIngham pf,
$1.73 Oct. 10 Nov. 1
Carbon Steel Co., q. $2.00. .Oct. N Oct. 13
Ilu'h Terminal Co. pf, q,
$1.73 Sept. 30 Oct. |
Alvarado Mining it Milling,
<j, 30c Oct. K Oct. 13
Went Penn. Power Co. pf, q.
$1.73 Oct. 21 Nov. 1
EX DIVIDEND TABLE.
To-day t ]
Amcr. Agrlc. Chem iif) j
Amrr. Agrlc. Chem." pf I.:o
Amcr. Steel Foundries 7"c
Careen- Scum ..... 1 00 I
l leve., Clnn.. Chle. A St. l^oule pf.... 1 23
Conley Tlnfol! I
Consolidated Cigar 1.7" I
Creamery Paci.ge I J
Creamery Package pf 1 30 I
fniqueane I.lght pf 1.73
Illinois It rick 1.73
Kerr Oake Mine-....'. 121 j
Manchester, Traction, l>lght A Power.. 2,00 |
New Vork Central 1.23 k
Noleelen* Typewriter U.'Kl J
Northern Pacific 1.73 j
Philadelphia Company. 73c j
Philadelphia Company pf 1.30
Pun'a A'egre Sugar 3.00
Quaker Oata Co 3 ?>
I*. P. Food Products I.'ilj
Virginia-Carolina I'lirm pf ro '
Vanadium Corp. of Amor 1..V)
\PPROVr* llO( K 11LA5D I.OA X.
Washington, Kept 30.?Approval of
a loan of 12,000,000 to the Chicago. Hook !
Inland and 1'nclflc Railway Company lo
old II In meeting Its 1920 maturing In- i
debtedness, wan announced to-dnv by
Hie Interstate Commerce Commission.
The carrier Itself In required to finance
In connection with Itn maturing Indebted- ness
approximately $fl,ooo,rt00.
JfKW HKHI'HCTION TIHK ISA til.
At yesterday's meeting of the dlrec- ' [
tors of the Perfection Tire and Rubber ,
Company a resolution authorizing the \
Issuo of $1,000,000 of 8 per cent, gold
notes for a yonr. to be dated October 1,
1920, and secured by a trust deed on
the company's plant at Kort Madison,
la., was Adopted.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1
IJCUAL NOTICES.
NEW YOKK HAH.WAYS COMPANY
notice or hade of certain reai
estate situate in new york city
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur
auant to a decree of foreclosure and sal*
under the First Real Estate and Refunding
Mortgage of New York Hallways Companj
as to rertain property covered l>y the tie'
thereof, made and enter* d in the I'l l 1
states PIstrict Court for the Southern District
of New York on the 17tli day of S"ot"mher,
192<>, In certain causes In equity
Pending in said court entitled "The Amerlcnr
Rrek. Shoe A- Foundry Company, plaintiff,
against New York Railways Company,_ defendant.
(In Equity. Consolidated Cau-"
No. Etn-17,1. an<i No. E17-S0). Guaranty
Trust Company of New York, as Trustee
complainant against New York Railway)
' ?nii?any. The Kantifrn I^onn And Tru.*'
Company, and Job E. Hedges, as Receive:
of the New York Rallwuvs Company. Th?
American Drake Shoe and Foundry Company.
William Nod well, Margaret Nodwelh
Joseph It. McGuire, Annie Levlne, as Administratrix
of the goods, chattela and
credits of Isaac T.evlnc, deceased: Mat
Mttrkowlfz, Winifred Howell, as Adml. Is
tratrlx of the goods and credits of Rebecca
Covency, d?reas.d: Meyer I'oncher. an In
fant. by Hsrry I'oncht-r, guardian ad litem
riarry i*onch?T. Chnrlotte Ferier, an in ram.
wmii ^ ,'''r''*ri her guardian ad litem
iiippa r>* Borgia. Ethel Breen*. Jaenl
aJ2 Martin Hallngher. Israel Schorr
Andrew kuntr. Barbara Kuntz. Elsie Wein
*** 1- National Surety Company, Ariolpl'
JJelnborj(.f. William E. Hehahn, Michae
iuR ,ron* Henri Sa<lacea, Gustavo Neubert
Morris GoMbfi'v. Hamue! L. Marcus. Jam"!
{' t Cue, Lillian Pollrer, an Infant, bj
.1 ? Pollrf-r. her guardian ad litem; Herman
Randy, Prances Randazzo, Thomas Lor
* ?nnell. an Infant, by Thomas J. Mcnn?*ll.
his ruMrdinn ad litem Thomas
McLonnoI], .Tijlja Marclnkow ski. as Ad
luniHtratrlx r.f the good*. chattels and crerilt'
rJn, Joseph March,kowskl, deceased: Mar>
'J L ' Havles, Anna Lyons, John J
Hcnmltt, Alley K. Main. Helen L. Main
Bernard Lcff. R,ma .lanka. Tin- Ited W
company, inc.. Angellno Corning. Haroh1
*> Altman. Andrew Hobson, T?omlnlki Katn
neseles, Estclennas Karnbeseles, Marv Boy1
John Lynch. Loretta Miller, an Infant. In
M.ar>' Miller, her guardian ad litem: Ha nit an
?. afi^ Laundry Company, inc.. 711 ti
.L Past lith Rtreot Realty Co.. Inc . Sau
"flagman, Morris Hauh, ivter Franz, Wa'tei
j A. Trock. Illustrated Postal Card & Novelt\
Co.. Famous I'layers-Lanky Corporation
Battery Warehouse Corporation, Meyc
Weiss. .Samuel Herman, Peter Duryee /
J C?mI>any. Lorenzo Novellino, Auto True!
Larape Company. Inc., Schulte Realty Com
pany, Van Beuren & New York Bill Postlw
I C ompany, The New York Edison Company
| The P. a . Munsey Company, Walcut'
Brothers Company, Selthor & Nappes Lit ho
, praphln/,' Company, Perkins-Goodwin Com
I pany, Andrew H. Kellogg Company, Henr>
P. Walker nnd Pdward Epstean, doing busl
I noes nk The Wa'ker Engraving Compnny
| Harry Strull, The Kssgeo Company of China
Inc., Israel Brultenfeld, Richard P. Cahr
j and Julius Calm, doing business as R. P
I Cnhn ?tr Companv; New York Joint Hoard <0
I Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
| Cohen. The Llondale Bleach. Dye & Pain
| Works. Inc., Joseph Groenberg and Tsldop
Goldenberg, doing business as G. ?S- G. Ha'
Company; Weiss la nd Amusement Corpora
I *ion. Ceprrude .Tosephy. Edward Josephy atu
Charles A. Brodek. as E> Tutors nf the Ins
I Will ami Testament of Hugo Josephy, de
ceased: Frederick Merther. Theodore Therls
1 Florence I?. Werner, Benjamin F. Werner
I Walter I>. Sewell, Sophb* O* llnkw. as nd
I mfnfstratrix of the goods, chattels and credit?
which were of Samuel Osllnker, deceased
land John Gallagher, T>efendants (In Kqulty
No. BliURWB. I. Francis M. Scott, as Spo
cial Master, will sell at public auction V
j the highest bidder or bidders. In the manned
hereinafter and In the said decree set forth
I &t the Court House of the County of Now
York, In which the property Is located, (or
, the North Fast steps facing Chamber?
I Street of said Court House), In the City o:
i New York, In the State of New York, or
i tho 0th day of November, 1920, at e'.evm
i o'clock in the forenoon, the property In sab
I decree described and therein directed to 1m
sold.
The mortgaged premises and property
directed by said decree to bo sold art
therein described as follows:
L' >T 1. ? LEXTNC iT? > N A VENT * E A NI
THIRTY-THIRD STREET PROPERTY.
All that certain plot, piece or parcel ol
land with the buildings thereon erected
j situate, lying and being In the City an'
I County of New York, hounded and described
as follows; Beginning at a point
, formed by the intersection of the easterly
linn of Park (formerly Fourth) Avenue
with the northerly line or side of Thirty
second Street: running thence norther!}
along the easterly side of Park Avenue, on*
hundred ninety-seven (107) feet six <01
inciter to the southeasterly corner of Park
Avenue ana Thirty-third Street; thenc?
easterly along the southerly side of Thirt>
third Street, four hundred twenty-five (42.".)
feet to the southwesterly corner of Thirty
Hi-.* nnil Lexington Avenue, theno
HOUtiuTly i\Jong the westerly aide of Lexlng
ton Avenue, one hundred forty-eight t!4Si
feet one < 11 Inch; thence westerly parallel 01
nearly no with Th!rty-thir?l Street, forty
e ight <48? feet four <4? inches; thenrsoutherly
and nearly parallel with Lexlngtor
Avenue, forty-nine feet five < r?> inches
to the northerly aide of Thirty-second Street,
at a point distant forty-eight (4H) feet font
141 inches westerly from the weste rly aid*
of liexlngton Avenue: thenco westerly aloni'
the northerly side of Thirty-second Street
three hundred seventy-six <37d? feet eight (8)
inches to tho point or place of beginning, be
ing the same premises heretofore conveyed tc
the N>w York and Harlem Railroad Company
by the following Instruments, to wit
Deed from Mary Murray, dAted January 8
1840, and recorded in th?* Office of the Register
of the County of New York in Liber 1 ^
of Conveyance*, page 420; tleed from Nathan
Jackson and vife, dated February 22. 1840
and recorded in said Register's Office in
Liber of Conveyance*, page 21 "?; deed
from John Alstyne, dated December 15, 1.851,
end recorded in said Register's Office in
Liber .".00 of Conveyances, page 226; deed
from Henry A hell and wife, 'I a ted September
I. l#f>"?, and recorded In said Register's ?>f
fier. in Llbbr 047 of Conveyances, page 251;
deed from Jesse A. Marshall and wife, John
1 . Marshall and William If Wilklns and
wife, dnti-d June J, IS? 5, and recorded in
roldw Register's Offlro jM tdUr 1333 of Conveyances,
page 51 ; deed from l?eter .S. Bogart
and wife, dated December 10, 1?*lf?. am! recorded
hi said Register's Off he In Liber 557
' f Conveyances, page 4 17, and which premises
were conveyed h; The Now York and
Harlem Kali road Company to Oren Root,
Junior, by deed bearing date September <?,
1800, and recorded in the office of the Register
<?f the County of New y . rk on September
II, 1.81'b. in Block Series <Conveyances).
Section 3, Liber f?", page 13d, and Indexed
i nd* r Block Number 88#. and Section
Liber 05, page 507, and indexed under Block
Number 1 liti and were conveyed by Oren
Root, Junior, to Metropolitan Street Railway
Company by Indenture dated September 22,
18Mb
Also all that certain pi *. piece or parcel
of land with the buildings thereon erected. situate.
lying and being In the Ctty and County
of Now York, bounded and described an follows:
Beginning a' th? northwesterly corner
of I?exlngtnn Avenu- and Thirty-second
street. running thence r?h? rly along tiewesterly
Iln? of I.ntlr.K'on Avenue forty-nln.(4!?|
feet ten (10) Inch- s. thenco ninnlm,'
w-sterlv on a line drawn parallel or nearly
rn with Thirty-second P>r?t forty-nine i4l>)
fort, thence running eoutherlv on a line par
nllel or nearly ro wtih l.?*lneion Avenue
forty-nine (41" feet ten MOt Inches to th.
n Tthcrly line of Thirty-second afreet, thence
running easterly along ?ald northerly line of
Thlrtx -second Street forty-eight <4?) fret
seven f7> Inches to th> salil northwest.-rlv
rorner of Lexington Avenue an.I Thirty-second
Street, tht place of beginning, he the
raid several dimensions mere or less, but
no1, exceeding eight 'Si Inches on any course;
being the same premises conveyed to Metropolitan
Street Rati* riv Company by Indenture
dated January IS. list'!, executed by Augusta
If Meyer, Frederick Krscke anil William H.
Maasa, Junior, as Kxe.-titors of and Tru.ste.-s
under th" latt ym 01 irrmw i.onion, decearvd.
I-ot 2. All that certain lot, piece or parcel
of land, with the buildings and Improve
nients thereon, sltuR". lying and being In
the Eleventh Ward "f the Hnrotigh of Man
hattan. CUy of N- >ork. bounded and Uescribed
as follow i
It.'ginning on tie northerly line or aide ,,f
HI even til Street, distant one hundred and
eighty three feet as'er'y from the eorner
formed by the Intersection of the northerly
aide of Eleventh Street with the easterly
aide of Avenue C. a" the same Is now laid
out and widened, which enltl widening ??,
not noted or allowed for on the map heretnafter
mentioned, and running theneo
northerly and parallel with Avenue f? one
hundred anil Ihrt feet three Inehe* to the
ventre line of til ' hloeU bel t-en Kl-ventn and
Twelfth Streets; th-ncc aaaterly along -aid
centre line "f til" block and parallel with
Eleventh Street, fifty f? et; thence southerly
and parallel vltli Avenue C, one hundred
and three feet three Inch** to the northerly
aide or line of Eleventh Str?f, and th-riee
westerly along tin anme fifty feet to the
point or place of beginning.
Together with all and singular the teno.
in-nta. hereditament- anil nppurter.aneea he.
longing or In anjwl" appertaining to n*i,i
land" Including all fixtures tnatalled aololy
for use In connection with or an part of said
premises. ...
1.nt .1. All of those certain lots, pieces or
parcels of lard, with 'he buildings and Improvements
thereon, situate, lylna and being
In th< Kb.'tenth Ward of the I'.oroiirh of
Manhattsn. City of New York. and whlrli
taken together are hounded and described ws
follows: . , , |
Ml those two eertaln lots, piece- or paresis
nf land, with Die buildings thereon, situate,
ivlntc and being on the northerly side of
Eleventh ST -'. In the K'eventh Ward of
the City of N-w Vork. and known and distinguished
on a certain map filed by Kr?detlrk
ItePeysler, Master In Chancery, In tint
office of the Register of the Cltv and Cmmtv
of New York, entitled map nf two hundred
and forty Iota of land situate at llurnt Mill
Point In the Eleventh War.I of the Clt; ..f
New York, hy th- numbers eighty five rVn,
i Ighty el* '*a>. and ore more fully bounded
and described as follows: H ginning at a
point on the northerly sldi of Eleventh Street
In said rlty. dl-lant two hundred and thlrtvthree
fc?t easterly from the northeasterly
, 1920.
f . . _ _ _ LEGAL NOTICES.
I
corner of Avenue C and Eleventh Street, runnine
thence northerly nnd parallel with Avenue
C. one hundred and throe feet three
Inches; thence eaeterly and parallel with
Eleventh Street, ilfty feet: thence southerly,
and parallel with Avenue C one hundred and
three feet three Indies to Eleventh Street
aforesaid, and thence westerly alow: the
same fifty f. ,-t to the place of beginning.
Together with all and singular the tenements.
hereditaments and appurtenances belonging
or In anywise appertaining to the
taiil lands, Including all fixtures installed
solely for two In connection with or as part
of said premises.
Lot I All that certain lot. piece or purr' 1
of lead with the buildings thereon erect"!.
'Ituate, lying and being In the Eleventh
Ward In the City of New York, and bounded
and d. scribed as follows: To locale the po. t
of beginning run east on ihe northerly side
of Tenth Street, two hundred ami thirtythree
I2.1.1) feet from the northeasterly cr
tier of Tenth Street and Avenue <\ and thence
northcily nnd parallel with Avenue C elgh'y
<N0) feet to the point or place of beginning,
from which point, to bou id said Interior lot
rim northerly and parallel with Avenue <
fourteen (H) (..<? anil nine Inches; thence
eagerly nnd parallel with Tenth Street twin
* ty-five (231 feet; thence southerly and agnhj
parallel with Avenue C, fourteen feet rim,
nine Inchon: thence westerly and attain par:
allot with Tenth Btreet, twents five (23) feet, j
' to the point or place of beginning.
AIho ail those four certain lots, pieces or
' parcels of land. Hituate, lying: and being In i
! the Eleventh Ward of the <'ity of New Wk.
i bounded and described a" follows: Beg.a- :
nir.g a* a point on the southerly shlo of Kiev- !
\ cnth street distant one hundred end eighty-j
three feet easterly from the easterly line of '
Avenue C, running thence southerly and par,
nllel with Avenue C, ninety-four (04) f-"'
nine <0> Inches to the centre line ?.f the |
bloci;, running thence easterly along said :
centre line one hundred feet; thence : ortb.
erly and parallel with Avenue C, ninety-four 1
' i feet nine Inches to the southerly line or side
; of Eleventh Street, thence westerly along the
* i southerly line of Eleventh Street, one hun'
dr?d f. et to the place of beginning.
, NU tha* certain lot, plecu or parcel of land.
! " lth the building thereon erected, situate,
. ivinr and being in the Eleventh Ward In the
"ity of New York, bounded and described as
f'llows: Beginning at a point on the west
rl\ side of T>ry Dock Street at the middle j
I I of a party wall distant southerly from the 1
. \> int or angle formed by the intersection of i
the westerly line of Dry Dock Street and the !
i southerly lino of Eleventh Street. ninety- 1
l seven <h7) feet five (3) Inches or there-1
i abouts, running thence westerly parallel ?.r
| nearly so with Eleventh Street and part ?-f
the way through a*party wall eighty-four
(84) feet, thence northerly and parallel or
' nearly so with Dry Dock Street twenty-two
[J (22) feet one (1) inch, more or less, thence
| easterly pa rah I or nearly so with Eleventh
'Street eighty-foyr (8-1) feet to tin westerly
. line qf Dry Dock Street, thence southerly
_ along the westerly line of Dry Dock Strret i
" twenty-two (22) fee t one (1) inch more
or Ith to the point or place of be- j
ginning; he the said dimension* more
or less. Being the tame nnmi'i-H convoyed
j ?o the Metropolitan Traction Company of j
[ New York by Joseph Dranagan. by ded J
, dated November 2.1. 18U2, and recorded In thu
j office of the Register of the City and Couniy i
' ? fJ New York on November 21. 1S'J2. in Block j
j S'tIcm fConvcyanc.es), Section 2. Liber 14.
"[page 4M, and indexed under Block Xumt
l?cr .180, ami which were convene'1 by
1 the Metropolitan Traction Company of New
York p? tho Metropolitan Street Railway
Company by indenture dated September 13.
1807, a; d recorded in the office of the Register
of t) . city and County of New York on
< September 28. 1*17, In Block Series I Convey
ancesi. Section 2, Liber It', pa go 221.', and
Indexed under Block Number 180.
Together with all and singular the t? ;v
J m^nts, hereditaments and appurtenances belonging
?.r In any wise appertaining to the
? said lands, including all fixtures install ?<1
rol ?ly for use in connection with or As pan
^ of f aid premises.
Lot r. All that certain piece of land, with
the buildings thereon, situate, lying and bo|
Ink In the Eleventh Ward of the City of New
. jiork, on ttie northerly side of Tenth Str- ;
land beginning * point distant two hundred
cwiu *1*111 io?*t easterly from the nnrtheastorlv
corner of said Tenth Street nnd .Avenue C.
and running thence* easterly, clone the north*
erly side of Tenth Street, twenty-five feet;
thence northerly, on a line parallel with Ave?
nue C. ninety-four feet and nlm* Inches and
one-half nn Inch, to the centre line of the
r block between Tenth and Eh** enth Street <:
. thence westerly on a line parallel with Tenth
1 Street, twenty-five feet; thence southerly, on
a line parallel with Avenue C, ninety four
i f< ct nine nnd one-half Inches, to Tenth Street
r aforesaid, the place of beginning.
Together with nil and singular the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenance he
longing or In anywise appertaining to th<
* said lands. Including all fixtures Installed
solely for use in connection with or as part
t of said premises.
Rot fi. Also six other certain lot*, pieces
and parcels of ground and premises, with Mm
buildings thereon, situate, lying and being in
the Eleventh Ward of the said City of New
York, and bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the southerly side of
. Eleventh Street, distant one hundred and
eight feet easterly from the southeasterly
corner of Avenue C and Eleventh Street; and
running thence easterly and along the south1
erly side of Eleventh Street, aforesaid, sev
' enty-flvc feet; thence southerly, and parallel
with said Avenue C. one hundred and eighty nine
feet and seven Inches, more or less, to
, the northerly side of Tenth Street: thence
westerly, and along the northerly aide of
' T? nth Street aforesaid, seventy-five feet; and
thence northerly and parallel with said A?
nue O, one hundred and < Ighty-nlne feet and
' seven Inches, more or Jess, to the place of
' beginning.
, Together with all nnd .singular the term
ments, hereditaments and appurtennncoj I - I
longing or tn anywise appertaining to Mm
! said lands. Including all fixtures Instated
solely for use in connection with o" as par*
I of said premises.
I Rot 7. All that certain lot, piece or par |
eel of ground with the building thereon'
' erected, which on a certain map filed by 1
i Frederick IX* Pcyster, Master In Chancery 1
fwlth his certificate endorsed thereon, 1
dated February 1st. 1W7R In the of flee |
of the Register of the City and County of i
New York, entitled "Map of 240 lots of I
land situated at Burnt Mill T'oint in Eleventh
Ward of the City of Now York," consisting *
I of one lot of land thereon designated by '
the number "144" tone hundred and forty '
four): bounded as follows, viz:
Commencing at the point on the north- J
erly side of Tenth Street, distant one bun-!
dred and r|?htv-thr?... '
from the northeasterly corner of Avenue <"
ml Tenth Street: running thence northeasterly
alonK lot 11." on said map ninetytour
feet nine lnehcs to the centre of th"
block: thence southeasterly along the
centre of the bloi k twenty-five feet to a In"
14.1 on ?ald mop: thence southwesterly
iihint; enhl lot 14.1 ninety-four feet nil e
Incline to T.nth Street, and thence north
westerly alone Tenth Street twenty-five
feet to the point of beginning.
Toilet her with all anil singular the true
merits, hereditaments and appurtenances belonging
to or In any wise anpertalnlng to
the -nld Innda: Including all fixtures Installed
solely for use |M connection w Itli or
as part of . aid premises.
LOT v-a-iTM ANT' srtTIl STREETS ANlJ
MAPI HON AVENUE PROPERTY.
All those certain lots, pieces or parcel!
of land, with the htilhllnire and Improvements
thereon, situate, lying and being In
he t'lty end County of New York, hounded
and described as follows: Reglnnlng nt a
point formed by the Intersection of the
northerly side of Eighty-fifth Street and
the westerly side of Madison Avenue, and
running thence westerly along the northerly
side of said Elght.v-flfth Street, two
hundred twenty |220> feet; thence northerly
parallel with Madison Avenue two
hundred four (2^4) feet four (4> Inches, to
the southerly side of Eighty-sixth Street:
thence easterly along the southerly side
of Eighty-sixth Street, two hundred twenty
t?20> feet to the southwesterly cornet- of
Eighty-sixth Street and Madison Avenue,
and thepee southerly along the westerly
| si th- of Madison Avsnir two hundred four
(204) feet four '4) Inches to the point or
place of beginning: being the same prern
isos heretofore conveyed to The New York
and Harlem Railroad Company by th.folloyy-lng
Instruments, to wit: Peed from
Webster Wagner and wife dated Novem
| Wit n, 1**1, ntvi recornen in me office of
I 'ho Itrgt*t"r of the County of X York
! In Fiber lf>.\3 of Conveyance*, pag.. ;o.i'
; ilooit from fleorgo It. Heath. rimed It.
cember iwt. and recorded In rnl.l It.*
j leter'* ttfflre, In I.tber 10f?? of Con' ynnri
I page <0*: deed from Clark It limit, da'r.t .
| t>ooomber 22. 1ss."., and recorded in *nld
I lleglatcr'a Office In Fiber 227.1 of Convv-!
unci*, page 3.33; deed from Wrtim?r \v I
I 111 r mil wife dated November 12. 1**1,1
i *. <i recorded In ?ald Reglater'a off|r. in I
I Fiber I'M2 "t Conveyance*. page :<4j; ,
I from Warren S. Crane. dated Nm oii'irr'
I 21. mill recorded In nnlil It, K|*r, ,- ?
iitfflee, In Flb?r 2273 of Conveyance*, pug. '
1 331. nnil deed from Jamo* \| ilotcndnrf !
I a ml other*. dated Augnat 12. Is**,.
recorded In obi Keglnter'a Office, |n l.ii,, r
1012 of Conveyance*. page 317: nnil * 1 |.|, I
| preml*** wore convryfil by the Now York ;
| nml Harlem Railroad Company to Ibcn
i lloot. Junior, by deed hearing date Sep
Itrmber ?. 1MW. and recorded In the Offir.
I of tho Ilrgla'er of the County of New 1 .rk
I on September 11, 1<!>P. In Hlnok ,s. rlc.
I 'Convey niioeei. Section t.lb. r II", p*g
liitt, anil Indexed under Illock Ntimh.u xhv 1
I nml fleet Ion Liber ?vi, page ;ii?7. ,n.| '
Indexed under Hie* k Number 11!>7, mi.I
conveyed by "rrn lloot, Junior, to tlu Met
ropolltnn Street Railway Company by >?
denture (inted September 22. I Hllti
ROT ft.?-FRONT HTKI'iirr Wlopi;im
All thmie three eeitnln lot* liter.., ,,,
pnrrelit of lend, with the building* end
Improvement* erected thereon, eltunt". lying
nnd belnr In the City of New York end
known n? Number* 13, l.i end 17 Front
Street, tvhlch tnken jtltopether are bounded
and denrrlbed n* follow*: Ib-glnnlng nt
the nortbr?*ter1y rorner thereof ?t a point
In the *outh*r1y line or *1di , f Front Strr. i
oppo*lte the middle of n pnrtv wall nnd ill*
tent thirty-three (33) feet more or I"**
er'e from the *nuthwe*teriy corner of Front
nnd Hrond etrret*. and running thonro *..uth
M ,'irdly parallel or marly no with llroad
Htf et nml along the middle of *ntil pnrty
wall, one hundred five i !*>."?) fi ' more or
|r** to a point nppo?lt. a fence thou , **i.
warily along *al<1 fence anil parallel or m-art
I
^
f I.EC.AI, NOTICE*. J
1 y mo with Front Street eighteen (1**) feet nine '
and one-half i f>?2? inches more or leas to an j
angle In said fence; thence in a northwest
erly direction and along ^a.id fence to j
another angle therein four Mi feet and si*
(6) incheM more or less; thence again wirituardlv
parallel or nearly to with Front
Street and along said fence, the brick wall
of a five story building and another fence
thirty-seven 1371 feet four and three-fourths
M\) inches more or less to the wall of *? |
five story brick building; tlience northwardly ;
and along >ald wall to an angle therein
twenty <?0) feet; thence again wcstwardly
along said wall three #3) f* et six (6) inches ! .
to the middle of a party wall; thence north- ;
wardly along the middle of raid pa**ty wall!
and parallel or m arly so with Moore Street !
eighty (80) feet more or less to the south- .
?r]y side of Front Street, and thence aitxvardly
along said southerly side to Front I
Street e!xt/-five fd:?) feet two f2> Inch*'
more or le.4-.-* to the point or place of begin
ning; that portion which la known -in Nuin
her 13 F'ron, Street being subject to an
afirreetn^nC morf. v.? % lth
Ellas i!. Horrific, dated May 28. 1M40. Being !
the same property which was conveyed to the I
Metropolitan Traction Company of New York I
by John I>. Orimmlns by deed dated Sep .
tember lib, 1S02, and recorded In the office
of the He slater of the City and County of (
New York on November lib, 1892, In Block f
Series (Conveyances), Section 1, R'bcr 10, *
page 472, and Indexed under Block Numb-r
4, and which was conveyed to tlic Metro- l
politan Street Hallway Company by deed j I
dated September 11. 1890, and recorded in *
."aid Register's Office on September I'M. 1897. c
In Block Series (Conveyances), Section 1. i
Liber 43 page 301, and indexed under Block
Number 4. 1
Tills lot Includes all Improvements, fix- <
ttires and appliances therein Installed solely \
for use In connection with or as a part of ,
said lands and premises herein described. I
The sale will be conducted In the maimer ]
In the said decree and hereinafter provided ,
and will be made t<? the highest bidder or t
bidders upon the following terms and conditions
contained in the said decree, reference |
to which Is hereby made, and upon such ^
addition.^ terms and conditions as may bo
announced by the Special Master or hfs duly
authorized agent at the time of such sale,
viz:
One?Said sale will be made without valuation,
appraisement, exemption or extension 1
und free from all light of redemption. <
Two?The Special Master may at the
request of the solicitors for Guaranty Trust
Company of New York, as Trustee, or by .
order of the court or a Judge thereof, adjourn
the sale from time to time by an- , .
nouncement of said adjournment at the time
and place appointed for the sale or for ,
such adjourned sale or sales and without j
further notice or publication, may proceed
with the said sale or sales, on any day at
which the same may have been adjourned. ,
Three?Guaranty Trust Company of New ,
York as Trustee and any holder of Kir t ,
Heal Estate and Refunding Mortgage bonds
or any creditor or any stockholder of the
defendant New York Hallways Company, or
any party to the said caus may bid at the
sale and if a successful purchaser nut>
purchase in his. Its or their own right.
Four?The sale will bo made in the fol- ;
lowing manner:
(A) The Special Master will first offer fori
sab* separately and as an entirety as Parcel
A all of the real property in Hot 1 of
Article VI of the raid decree and in Rot 1
of the descriptive clauses hcrcrtf described
and will note the highest bid therefor.
(B) The Special Master will next offer f< r , ,
sale separately and as an entirety as Par-,
eel B all of the real propcrt> i.i Rot 2 1 | .
Article V! of the said decree and in Rot 2'
of the descriptive clauses hereof described
and will note the highest bid therefor.
fC) The Special Master will next offer for ,
sale separately and as an entirety as parcel
C all of the real property In Rot 3 of
Article VI of the said decree and in R? * ">
of the descriptive clauses hereof described ,
and will note the highest bid therefor.
<I>> The Special Master will next offer for
sale separately and as an entirety as Patcol
T> all of the real property In Rots 2 and 3
of Article VI of the said decree and in I?ota 1
2 and 3 of the descriptive clauses hereof described
and will note the highest bid therefor.
E) The Special Master will next offer for
sale separately and as an entirety us Parrel
K all of the real property in Rot 1 of
Article VI of the said decree and in Ia?t 4
of the descriptive clauses hereof described
and will note the highest bid therefor.
f K) The Special Master will next offer f<?
sale separately and as an entirety as Farce1
F all of the real property In Rot 3 of
Article NT of the said decree aid In Rot "?
of the descriptive clauses hep < ? described
and will note the highest bid therefor.
(G) The Special Master will next offer 1 '
for sale separately and as an entirety a>
Parcel (*? all of the real property In Rot b
of Article VI of the said decree and in Rot b j
' f the descriptive clauses hereof described
and will note the highest bid therefor.
<Jl> The Special Master will next offer j
Parcel H all the real property In hot 7 ; 1
of Article VI of the said decro nnd In Lot 7 '
of the descriptive clnuseft hereof described J
ant! nil! note the highest hid tlierefor.
< 1 > The "special Master "III next offer '
for sale separately and as an entirety as '
Parcel I nil of the real property In Lots I
to 7 Inclusive of Article VI of the said 1
decree and I^ots 4 to 7 Inclusive of the tie
scrlptlve clause.H hereof described, and will 1
note the highest hid therefor.
f.T) The Special Master will next offer '
for sale separately nnd as an entirety ?s
Parcel J, the following part or portion of '
tho real property In I,ot R of Article \ T J
of the said decree and In Lot R of tie '
descriptive clauses hereof described, viz:
All those certain lots, pieces or parcels
of land with the buildings and Improve- J
ment thereon, situate, lying nnd being In
the City and County of New York, and '
bounded and described as follows:
BnciiNM.NO at a point formed by the
Intersection of the northerly side of Rtith |
street and the westerly side of Madison
Avenue and running thence westerly along
tho northerly side of R.Vh Street 120 feet,
thenee northerly parallel . with Madison
Avenue 102' 2" to the center line of the
block, thence easterly along said center
line of the block 120', to the westerly
side of Madison Avenue, and thence
southerly along the westerly side of Madison
Avenuo 102' 2" to tho jitace of beginning:
and will note the: highest hid therefor.
(Kl The Special Master will next offer
for sale separately and as an entirety a
Parcel K the following part or portion
<d the real properly In lad H of Article
VI of the said decree and In Tad R of the I
descriptive clauses hereof described, viz.:
All those certain lots, pieces or parcels '
of land with the buildings and Improve- '
merits thereon, situate, Ivlng and being ;
lu the City and County of New York, and
bounded and described as follows:
Bboinni.no at a point on the northerly
side of RMh Htreet 12"' westerly from the
Intersection of the northerly side of R.'dh
Street and the westerly side of Madison
Avenue, and running thenee westerly along
the northerly side of R.">th Street 100'.
thenee northerly parallel with Madison
Avenue 102' 2" to the renter line of the
block, thence easier!) along said center line
of the block ion', thence southerly and
, .a ru 11..1 nil MoHlinn Avenue tno" "" I,,
the pine"'" of beginning:
and ?lll note the highest bid therefor.
(L) The Special Master will next offer for
rale separately an'l as an entirety as Panel
L, the following part or portion of the r. a!
property In I?ot R of Article VI of the raid
decree and In I.ot R of the descriptive clauses
hereof described, vl*:
All those certain lots, pieces or parcels of
land with the buildings and Improvements
thereon, situate, lying and being In the City
and County of New York, and bound d and
described as follows:
Hboinnims at a point on the southerly
side ef Rfith Street 22<t' westerly from the
Intersection of the southerly abb- ,,f stith
Street and the westerly side or Madison
Avenue end running thenre easterly along
the southerly side of sdth Street inn',
thence southerly parallel with Madison
Avenue 102' 2" to the center line of the
block, tlience westerly along said renter
line of the block 100', thence northerly
10-J' 2" to th" place of beginning,
and will not; the highest bid therefor.
i M' ThA Afierlal Master will next offer fe.
sab separately and as an entirety as Parrel
M. the follow Ing part or portion of tke ran)
property In !<ot R of Article VI of the said
dm tee and In I<ot R of the descriptive Clauacr
hereof described, via.: I i
All those rertaln lots, pieces or parcel
of land with the buildings and Improvements
thereon, situate, lying and being |n
1 he City and County if New York, and
bounded and described as follows
Itr ismm. at s point formed by the Inter
section of the southerly side of Ruth sit root !
and the westerly side of Madison Avenue I
snd running thence westerly slong the I
southerly Ihic f Wth Street |20'. then e
southerly parallel with Madison Avenue
102' 2" to the renter line of the block,
thenre easterly along said center line of
the block 12"' to the westerly side of
Madison Avenue, them, northerly along
th" westerly side of Madison Avenue 108'
j" to the place of beginning:
mid will note the highest hid therefor.
<N) The Special Master will next offer for 1
rale separately ami aa an entirety as Parcel
N. th' following part or portion of the real
property In led x of Artb-le VI of the said
ree snd In led R of tho des.*rip'lve
clauses hereof described, vl*. :
All those certain lots, pieces or parrels
! ??,! XA ftf 1 th* hulMI- LM nrwl lt<,n.o I
metita ili'rwn, attuate, lyiiiB and being in
II,.- City and County of Now Vork, and
bounded ?n<1 dearrlbed a? fnllowa
ftroiNNiMi at a point formed from tit*
Inter* ectlon of the northerly aide of v.th
y.r. ot and the weaterly aide of Madlaon
Avenue and rutin In* thonoo weaterly alone
Hi,, northerly aide of k.-.th Stre. t n.v
thence northerly parallel with Madlaon
Avenue 112" 2" to the renter lino of the
Mo.k, thrive .-natarly aloflK raid .enter
line of the blork 14.1' to the wnaterly aide
of Madlaon Avenue, and thenco anutherly
alona the weaterlv aide of Madlaon Avenue
102' 2" to the place of beginning.
and will note the hlgheat hid therefor
(O) Tlv Spe.-lal Maater will neat offer for
aale reparnt.-ly and a? an entirety a< rami
<i, the following part or portion of the re*
piop.rty In I.ot k of Artlrle VI of the **1,] j
dec re. and In liot * >>f th? descriptive claueva
hereof de#crlhed. \ I*.:
All of thoae certain lota, plerna or parcel*
of land with the butlrilnga and Improve-I
nientn thereon, a* situate, lying and being in | <
f
1 mill
... 19 _ '
LEGAL XOTICEH.
the City and County of New York*
houmie<l*and described as follows:
BEGINNING at a point on the northerly
fide of 85tli Street, 14?V westerly from
the Intersection of the northerly Hide of
H5fh Street at the westerly side of Madison
A\rnue and running thence westerly
along the northerly aide of H5th Street T"J ,
thence northerly parallel with Madison Avenue
102' 2" to tlie center line of the block,
thence easterly along said center Hue of
the block 75', thence southerly and parallel
* 1th Madison Avenue 102' 2" to the place
of beginning;
md will note the highest bid therefor.
Pi The Special Master will next offer
'or sale separately and as an entirety a*
'arcH p, nil of the real property In Parrci
I and M of Article XII of the said decree
ind In Parcels J and H hereof described,
tnd will note the highest bid therefor.
<Q> The Special Master will next offer ,
'or sale separately r.A as an entirety
'arcel O, all of the real property In Parcel*
Ik ri n/4 T ,.f A I n I.. V 1 t 9 ?i val/l
ind in Parcels K and L hereof described*
md shall note the highest bid therefor.
<R) The Special Master will next offer
for rale separately and as an entirety as
f'arcel It, all of the real property In Lot w
it Article VI of tlie raid decree and in l^ot v
?f tin descriptive clauses hereof described,. !
ind Hin note the highest bid therefor.
Th? Special Master v. til next offer
for sale separately and as an entirety as
Parcel S. all of the real property In Jx>t
)t Article VI of the said decree and In Lobb
>f the descriptive clauses hereof described,
md will note the highest bid therefor.
The present tenants of the property in
IaAs 2. 3, 4. 5, 6, 7 and 1) of Article VI
ft the said decree and in the similarly num.*
>ered lots rf the descriptive clauses hereof
ieseribed shall be entitled to remove th-re
from such trade-fixture's as this Court may
ier? after determine within thirty days after
confirmation hy this Court of the sale or
aid lots respectively.
The property to be sold may he inspectwf
?y Intending bidders at the sale, subject
t such rtasonabte regulations as the Special
Master may prescribe.
AMOUNTS OP UKPOflIT RKQUIREiD TO
WALJFV BILLEftfl UPSET PRICES
At the conclusion of the bidding on each
parrel the highest bidder shall deposit whk
the Special Master in respect of Parcel v
S"i,CHX> and In respect of all other parcel:
an amount equal to five per cent of his bid,
provided that any deposit made by a bid
i' r on any parcel containing real property
si! of which Is included in another parcel.
In the event be is the highest bidder for
such other parcel, may be applied on ac
ount of the deposit required for such other
parcel.
At the conclusion of the bidding on Parcels
P., C and D, the Special Master will
uineel all the bid* noted for such parcel
xcept the hid or bids which give the h!g!
t amount for the property In Lots 2 and
of tie* descriptive clauses hereof and of
Article VI of the said decree described.
At the conclusion of the bidding for Par
" is 1* to ?; inclusive, th Special Mast* ! <
til rimed all the bids noted for such par
N . xc. pt the bid or bids which give the
itigl.'-M amount for tho property i:i Lots 4 1
to 7 inclusive, of the descriptive clause*'
hereof and of Article VI of the raid d
cree described.
At the conclusion of the bidding on Pa >*e|s
J (n it inclusive, the Special Ma-'t*
Will cancel all the bids noted'for such pay'-l
i xcept the bid or bids which gives the high
;t ; Inount f ,, t.he property in Lot s of
Mj. descriptive clauses hereof and of Article
\'i of the said decree described.
In case any hid noted as afrr ?-aid for
pare. 1 wlilrb Includes all of two or mnrparcels
shall equal the sum of the bids noted
for such included parcels the bid noted on
moh Inclusive pared shall be deemed the
higher.
The Special Master will provisionally ;?r
ept all the bids noted which have not be.n
canceled as hereinbefore provided, ami will
report the bids so provisionally accepted'f"
'he court itho bidders making tie sarnj.
irig hereinafter referred to a* sucressfifl
bidders): except that in respect to.;' the
propert> included In Parcel A. if the bid
therefor ':?J| j,,.T , ; ;; i I .,j . , "d the Ml'
>f $2,500,000 the Special Master will adjourn
lh? sale of ti?; property Included in ru?h .
parcel and will apply to the Court for further
Instructions 1?, respect thereto. , !
Any deposit received from an unsuccessful
bidder will be returned to him upon* the
conclusion of the bidding. The deposit r<
oeived from the successful bidder or blrl
tiers will upon confirmation by tho Court
of his or their hid be applied on account of
tie pur 1 a price of the property. /
In cms. arc successful bidder upon t!i
acceptance of his bid shall fall to comply,
within the period of twenty days after th?
ntpy thereof, with any order of this Court
requiring m relating to the payment of fh?palance
of tlie purchase price, then the
no.'cys deposited hy such suc< ? ssful bldue*
(ball be forfeited aa a penalty for such fat'ire,
arid shall be applb-d to the payment *'>t
he expenses ?.f a resale, and toward making
rood any deficiency r>r los> In esse the pron rty
In respect of which such auec??ss.ful
idder shall make default shall be sold at a
ess price on such resale, and to such otic r
)urposes as this Court nm> direct.
The Court reserves the right to confirm or
eject any or all bids provisionally aer*p4?4l
>y the Special Master, and upon the cottTtrjf
t xurli hhl* In jiect to cacti pari el
iffcrcd for xak- hereunder. ' '
If the Court xhall deny an nppllrntloii rtt
nnflnn any xn I.-, the .'..p. it : In a-,j'
"in . Ksful bidder at -it' ll rale w ill tin r- up< it
K- returned to xtirh bidder.
PAYMKXT HY PVRCHASBR.
I'pon the confirmation of any rah'. tint
>urclM?*-T xliall m?k" such payment or pajix
Mauta In <a?h tBd /or In xurh other tnanr I I
inil hy the tlx- of aucli purrhaxe money j
Mortgage or other aacurlUaa on account jt |
he purehane price ax the Court may fr< at 1
Inie 'o time direct upon notice to the pnrtli-n J
o thla forecloaure inure, pro-Ided, hnwevefj m
hat ax to each Parcel the Purchaeer xliall I
lot he reitulred to pay more that " (< pet eenS |l
if tin- purchaxe price In rath and may l-Iv?*
\ purchaxe money mortgage running for not.
to exceed thine tear* at d per ient per air \]
mm for the halanci vjj
The Court rexervex the right to rolnk< nod
o-'ell, upon "e h note o o the Court uny
llreet, any property xoid t' any purchaxer In
?" yue pur I axcr yl n ' fall .nu' < '
make any payment on account of tin- tttipa'"
hilanrx- of the puretiaxe price within ti rr
day n lifter the entry of tire order r qulri 1
tui'h payment.
A s -?r< h: * ' hall '? M'liiu: t . j
to npji'l at Ion of the ptiteha.'- ocu. .i e
nor 1" anxwerabla In any manner what?7? B
r\ r for any loxx. ml'application or no- ' ?
r. i.;.' I - ntlon of me xueli purrhaxe morn y or M
nf an] part thereof /
M.- WOYVAT, OF COVTHACTS \Nf> HEr* /
JKOTION OK PROKKRTV IIV
I'frtCHASBR
Any purchaxer of the property herelnhef.? e
dexerlhed, or of any parcel thereof, i,u,i
whether or not lie hax merclxed or timC J
ai.y righty thereunder, -hnll have the right I
within xlx inontha after the delivery am I
the deed or other Inxtrumentx of convey I
anee or tranxf.-r by the Special Maxter of I
the pr hy htm. oi wtthttl I
xtich additional period aa the Court tnajt 1
hereafter hy Itx order or decree permit, <i
elect not to axatitne or adopt any !ea?c
- contract tnnde hy the defendant Hall- > j
Compat.v. which lx part of the pro pert] I
Embraced In Xiirh deed or Inxtrumentx of A
conveyance or tranxfer. Such election xliall I
I
liv the xxld purrhax-r and xliall contain n I
".,V '-f * 1
nhl"h h< T?'?t t?? a**umr or adopt. and
'
period. No uaer of rlfrht*. trior to t!? >.
plmtlon of paM period I.nil doomed to
conclude the (MirrbAAer n reapert ?.f nitric
election, and upon tin- fl'lns of molt eteottafri
'.? ! J ' - i ' ' ' ' to
have a*rumed or adnpii? Ui? an Id oontraof^
f.r :? ,
b,. bouti'l by the ohllfraflon* of **M ont
trarts or leftAt a : provided. however, th?
euoh election ahall not entitle tin* aald pu
oha**r to nny raduotlon In th?* amount
i
b** paid an In this deor?o* provided,
\ jmi: !-.}? " ' "f tb.- prop. i r\ rf. '
th|a ' . f ;? n\ pn reel then
t.all I tK' tin riKht to ejrr t >.. r m I
r>r aeoept any part of the property ?o >
to suoh ptirrba >r, by written ? >t|e. of
r b , t 1- : V'i . < to ' e >1"- o, v;.
Any time t rior to the ? outlon and riellv
r.f ti>. ? . d ot otlter ItMrtntmenli of
anee nt transfer by tie Spoola'
r*ioh e 1 e< tdo n h\ a p'irrha?ar. M. *uer<.??w
or an?lsrn^. shall diminish or affoot flu p'
rhaae t rier to >m paid by stirli pureha** .
The de#d* or InWrtiment* of omtveyrnoo a
M-f. p. i\ . ' ) '. ... Sp o. Mj, f
'
'
Tork, r* T metre, n* h? r? In provided, Mb cm
... f r - f t r r| t,
v
to take or aoorpt.
APPEARANCE nC PERCHAf*ER
\ . ; : i -? - . ...?
In tno aald decree rfearrfhe<l |n tjM, . n jjj
litHnhcfore . . f MV
parrel thereof shall ha\'?> tin iv ?-t fn ,t
Ids app nronrc In tho < ansc pendinp In the
t*r.lt 'I Htat? a District Court for tho riouth*
-re 1 1 rl? t of N?-\ or . p. r. !;,? . j\
sn i>T.
Ity raid dr*oroo alt nuoattona not \h*"?bx
, x? ? o <si dlspoiod "f ar?? tli^robi r*?sor
by tbr paid Court for ItA future adjudloaffnp,
nm-lo to thr rati! itfW on fllr In Ihf Offitfi
r>f Dip t'nllP'l ftntPa r>l?tr|r? Court for 111
Southern t't?'rlrt of Nrv York
Ontort, Frptimh't 2*. IW.
I IIANC1S M ftroTT
sr ' " i'. P
PTFTTK' >V JT.NNtNO.O A Ijrs irI.t?
Hollrltnr* for (lunrnntjr Trimt con-p*nj
of Ni-or York, Trwtre.
Complainant.
No. IS HrnM "Iron,
NVm York Cl'fr
An llHfNMmrnl in fk<- l.o*t <m4 I
found rofmnn* of THK NT U' \ t)nk I
U KRAI.T) nffcr* n i rat po- it> My of r?- I
Lwpmi yMW tH? p' opr, ty. M
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