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ParK'Union
FOREIGN BANKING CORPORATION
56 Wall Street, New York
THE total resources of thir Eank are
over twenty-two million dollars. Our
Foreign Exchange Department is taking
care of the foreign exchange business in
sterling, francs, lire and marks, as well as
Scandinavian, Central European and Far
Eastern exchange for over two hundred
banks within the United States, for many
foreign banks and commercial fiims. This
enables us to offer unsurpassed facilities
for buying and selling foreign exchange.
Capital fully paid $4,000,000
Surplus and undivided profits. $621,000
DIRECTORS
Richard Delafield H. B. Shaw
Stuyvesant Fish George Wilson
Gilbert G. Thorne Robert McCulloch
E. C. Hoyt Stanley E. Elkin
A. P. VUla Stephen Haas
Maurice H. Ewer F. E. Kenaston
George C. Taylor W. J. Dawson
E. H. Outerbridge F. L. Appleby
Sir William Price T. Fred Aspden
Charles A. Holder, Chairman
South Africa
In Grain Production
THE growing impor
tance of South Africa
as a grain producing centre
is evidenced in a project for
building two huge grain ele
vators at Cape Town and
Durban, to have an annual
capacity of 576,000 tons and
to cost approximately
$9,000,000, at normal ex
change.
In developing this market the National Bank of
South Africa, with more than 500 branches
throughout the provinces, and having ample
resources, can be of exceptional assistance.
NATIONAL BANK < SOUTH AFRICA
LIMITED
New York Office. 44 Beaver Street >
Paid up Capital and Reserves Exceed $21,000,000
BOMBAY LONDON ANTWERP
Remitting Mbney
Abroad
Branches
ENGLAND
FRANCE
SPAIN
ARGENTINA
CHILE
PERU
URUGUAY
MEXICO
Affiliations
BRAZIL
COLOMBIA
ECUADOR
GUATEMALA
SAN SALVADOR
VENEZUELA
NICARAGUA
Correspondents in Belgium, Holland. Italy
Switzerland, Germany, etc.
Telephone Whitehall 700
Anglo-south AAAHHS^N
'Bank, limited
Krr York Apatr,
The State Bank nf the
Portuguese Colonics
BANCO NACIONAL
ULTRAMARINO
New York Agency, 93 Liberty St.
TO BE BAPTIZED AT PRINKIPO.
Rattles t.aln l.iielt, I.eaenil an;, a. nt
Island W llsnn M ulo Famous.
PatNKiro, Primes Islands, Maj 1 .*>.
Fablea in larg" numbeix mr<- being
brought here from fnnstantlnoph to be
Messed hy Father Dlonyaltis, tha sole
monk remaining la ihe monnaiery of St.
Oeorge, which tops the foot f\m i.lt
of this Marmora Sea Inland. The 'igend
has spread that babies ?>,, birxscd will
hsve long life, heallh and hspplnc*' To
the outside wot Id the Island la better
known because of the propoant of I'real*
Vlent Wilson to hold the Rolshevlk ron
fereare hete.
Father I>lon>slu.?. a native of Sparta,
|? now *0 years old. lie ha been her,
for thirty years, save for a short Im
j rlsonment hy the Turks during the
?reat war.
25TH DECORATION
GIVEN U. S. MAJOR
Samuel I. Johnson's Latest
Honor Is Awarded by China
for Work in Siberia.
Manila, r. I., May 15.?Major Samuel
I. Johnson, who commanded the allied
Harrison and the military police at Vlad
ivostok for eighteen months during the
war and up to the time when the Amer
ican forces evacuated Siberia, has Just
been awarded fan twenty-fifth decoration
by various nation* of the earth for meri
torious servict and heroism under fire.
Ilis latest decoration was given by the
Chinese Government and Is known as
the Fourth Order of the Wen Hit. or
Striped Tiger. The award was made "in
token of titc high appreciation of service
on behalf of Chinese cltlaens" while
Major Johnson was in charge of the
allied provost guard at Vladivostok.
After the American forces ovacuated
Siberia Major Johnson resigned from the
army and became general manager of
one of the laigcst lumbering companies
in the Philippine Island.', and now is a
resident of the island of Negros. The |
award is l?eld at Fort Santiago, head
quarters of the Philippine deparment of
the army, and will he presented to Major
Johnson on his next visit to Manila.
Major Johnson had under his com
mand at Vladivostok troops, including
Americans, British. French, Belgian,
Italian, Russian. Serbian. Chinese, Ja|W
anese and Cxccho-Slovakj AM of these
t ations decorated him for meritorious
service and besides ho wears decora
tions from Argentina and other Sou.It
American countries. Ills first decora
tion was received when only seventeen
years old while fighting with the Cos
sacks In Southern Russia, his native
country, against Tartar cavalry.
\Vhcn America entered the great war
Major Johnson was at the head of the
National Guard of Hawaii. lie resigned ;
and enlisted in the army. After a few 1
months' training at SchofielU Barracks
Honolulu, he was given a commission I
as major. Besides the decorations he
stowed by the prlnt'tpa! nations, ho has1
wort many medals in swimming contests
and on the rifle range.
CUT IN DIAMOND MINES.
Wurklnil Force In South \frlcn
llrlnu llrilnri'il.
jAOBnsroNTKtN, South Africa, May IB I
?There has been further retrenchment
In the diamond mines here and under
ground work has ceased. It Is estimated '
that the employees will shortly number
only BO Kuropeana and ROO bov s, com
pared with 3(nt and S.ortO, respectively,
before the war. ?
The men who are It ivluc will receive
two months pa\. Many fstnill' < have
already left the town and business is at
a standstill.
BUYS SITE FOR LOFT
ON MADISON AVENUE
Magoba Company Plans Seven
Story Ruilding; Apartment
Market Brisk.
1 K. A. Turner and H. S. Ames sold for 1
I j
the owner, represented by F. D? Pey- |
s(er Foster, the four story building. '
26x95. at 162 Madison avenue, for flOO.OOO
j to the Magoba Construction Company. |
' which will build a seven story loft
' building.
Apartment antl Tenement Deals.
Whitney-Foster Corporation bought
frong the Pombalho Realty Company
the two five story apartment houses
at 17-J9 West 106th street, Tho brokers
wore Miller & Elndsley.
George W. Basse sold for the estate of
Peter Kendrlch, 20S1 Eighth avenue, a
five story triple apartment, with stores,
26x100.
FVanM B Haumeri ai.?; EdwarV, C.
H. Vogler sold for the estate of Christ
Buckman the five story triple apart
ment house, with stores, at 978 Amster
dam avenue, southeast comer of ".06th
I street. 26.5x?k
Theodore Ortmann sold for H. S.
i Bowron to an investing client of A. W.
Miller & Co. the five story double flat.
111.3x100, at West 112th street.
A. H. (Mathews sold for the New Tork
Clfe Insurance and Trust Company to
, Jacob Srhulman 302-301 avenue A. two
four story tenements and stores. 40x90.
Schenck A Tschanett sold the two five
i story- flats at 47-19 East 112th street.
I 00x100 u.
John F. Reed sold for Mary A. Wil
son to Wolf Treistman the four story
tenement, with store, at the northwest
corner of Thirty-first street, and Sec
tuid avenue. 20x42. ? \
The Bert rand ReaKy Company sold
the six story flat, 40x100, adjoining the
Red Cross Hospital at the south oorner
of Central Park West and 100th street.
Plan Two Brooklya Apartment*.
Shampan & Shampan, architect*, have
filed plana for the construction of two
six story high class elevator apartment I
houses, one on the northeast corner of
Eighth avenue and Third street. 93x98,
and the other on the northwest corner of
Prospect Park West and Third street,
95x98. to cost J500.000, .or the Park and
Third Street Construction Company,
Inc., Henry Friedman, a Manhattan
builder, president. The forrfler owners
of the above named plot were the Pros
pect Park West Apartments, Inc.
. In the Dwelling Market.
Douglas L. Kllman A Co. sold for N".
Denton Smith. 119 West Seventy-second
street.- a five etory dwelling, 30x102.2, to
a prominent surgeon.
Gsughlan & Cllsbv sold tap Harriet C.
Youngs to a client of F. *: G. Ptemm the I
five story American dwelling at 310
West 106th street.
OMENTA POINT ESTATE
LEASED BY S. H. MARTIN
Brokers Are Kept Too Busy
in Suburban Districts.
Herbert S. Martin leased the shore
front estate known as Bostwick House
at Orlenta Point In Mamaroneck. Mr.
Martin will occupy the premises with
his father-in-law. S. W. Straus. Ken
neth Ives A Co. were the brokers.
Burke Stone. Inc.. sold a residence on
Janvrin avenue, Bronxville, for Balelgh
Hyatt to Franklin Glddings.
Thomas S. Burke sold 127 Oak streef.
Yonkers. X. Y., for Michael Lee to Mrs.
L. G. Fisher.
Burgoyne Hamilton & Adrian Isclin
2d leased foi\ Lloyd M. Howell for the
season the Howell homestead at. West
i.ampstead Beach, L. I., to Robert P.
, Schey of this city.
| Kdward M. West, Inc.. of White
Plains sold one of the larger houses in
ihe Anderson tract for the Housing
Corporation to If. W. Wesley of the
Johns-Mansvllle Company; rIho for W.
i Heermans a lot In Prospect Park, and
I sold to a client who will build a lot In
] Greenacrrs belonging to Q. J. Springs
? steel. The same firm has sold for
1 Claude E. Ponar his property on Sixth
I street to <3. F. Maher of Brooklyn.
I They also report the sale of a plot-on
i <"hatterton Parkway for Cooley A West,
I Inc.. and A. W. Tlalgh.
The firm also leased the W.' L.
Churchill home on Highland avenue to
Mrs. Irving P. Friend for the summer; j
for Mrs. Mary Jackson her home to '
S. 3. Frank and to N*. Foltz the A. .15.
Clark property; for Fred K. Tompkins
the unfurnished house and three acres
! on Knoll wood road to E. Carlton Turn- j
hull of White Plains. They also rented i
unfurnished for H. C. Hicks a house
to C. H. Pangburn of this city, and
for Mrs. Clotilda Lowell her furnished
residence on Lafayette street.
, William Kerr Macdonald leased In
Woodmcre, L. I., the A. Brewer house
on Allan lone to Simon Newman; Miss
O'X'elli hour# on Club drivo to E. A.
Dayton: C l osdick house on Allan lane
to W. de Muth; W. N. Sellgsberg house
on Elm street to H. Michaels; Mrs. F.
Schlll house on Benton street: Will
iam de Mott house op La far- ette place
to A. Kate. In Hewlett the Charles
Simonds residence. Hewlett Park, to
William Rasmus; J. H. C. licttendorf |
house on Trinity place to Angulo;
In Cedarhurst the Good Homes Com
pany bouse on White's lane to T>r.
II. D. Manly. The same broker aold
In Woodmere for C. Galston five lots
on Irving place fo Ethel Cornell: for
M. Farrley business plot on Broadway
to E. Cammassl to be improved with
n brick building.
Julia Beverley Hlggens leased for Mra.
Helen Runkle Blue Hills cottage.
Mount Kisco. to George de B. Greene,
for Holllngsworth Wood his place at
Mount Kisco to Frederick F. Holmes
for the season; for Mrs. Elizabeth
Howe, her place north of Mount Kisco
to 1\ Sims McOrath for one year; for
the Fargo estate. Rockledge Farm,
Eatonah. to Kugone Van Rensselaer
Thayer, and for William C. I>e Gendra
ART SALES.
IMPORTANT forced residence rai.b
NAT. EICHNER, Auctioneer
SELLS TO-DAY (MONDAY)
ORPF.R OF MRS HA7.Hl. M. McKERNAN
ENTIRE MAQNIFI' " 'N'T CONTENTS
OF PRIVATE I "-'HiENCE
172 WEST IWT.1 ST
Dlnlnr. h-dronm, Ilbrao pimlturft. corn" lat
in* In mill-* ft ml hi pl"~ft?
?<>1 NOTE PI.AVER PI/ NO
' >i rnlftl Rui.i, Vlrtroln. nr., ?tr
tVondwful opportunity for utrylndir.
INSTRUCTION. COLLEGES. &C.
RECOUP. A DOCTOII
?f Clilroprartlr and win financial and aortal
prattla*. faculty and r-irrlrulum unaurpaaa?4.
Writ# for d??c rtptlva pooklftt H.
RF.W TORK f OI.I.EOK OF CHIROPRACTIC.
A N. T. C C. Or am i ft 'a aucftftds whftr* athftra
fall. Tii?ift'* ? R?a?oo.
*11 Waal ?nd ?t.
Tl-roil ?I'ndftr-lrti.'d rio*lr?a nhtalu pool
tlon for R'nvitoln rrttiluatft, Rhndftn scholar
oihlfttr; loach". Frrn-h. who tutorad lit* ?on
l**' mtmmftr: 'ior Oxford; i ftturna ?nd .Iun?
hifli-a* rftr-inmo datloia A O TIIACHER
:.n War stro?!
At MOO I,. ?t U-.t I.Mh StraaV
Rftci-larlal Iralnln*; Individual
iaatructloB. luaaaawr rati*.
PRATT
Barrett cottage, Mount Klsco, to John
San ford.
Pease &. Elliman rented for Paul R.
Bonner his country house at Brook -
ridge, Greenwich, Conn., to B. H.
Wlfherbee.
Herman Shampanier purchased the
property at 70 Main street. Peterson,
from Florence E, Wall and Stephanie A
Wall MoConviile for MO.OOtf. The
property has a frontage of 20 feet on
Main street, malting the price $2,000
per front foot, a new record price for
property in that eectlon of Paterson'e
business district.
BJt OOK.I.YN DKAl.S REPORTED.
Win. E. Harmon A Co., Inc., sold tots
and plots on their East Platbush tract,
in the Thirty-second Ward, to the fol
low.ng ? James R. Wolff, John Tail
oring David Kaufman, George E. Merrl
flel'l, Charles Ginsberg. John Bergren,
Patrick Bergren, Paul H. Cbrach, Anna
M. Roche, A. Ouglielmo, Ar.gelo Caesano,
Vito Caseano, James E. Dufty. R. Flo
rino, Gastano Clnzto. George Recca, A.
D. Onefrlo, D. Onefrto, A. Alamore,
Pirancesco Petronlo, Vlncenzo Slnall,
Joseph Zamblto, J. Zambtto, George
Matiolak, Maria Soma and George
Prince.
B. P. Knowles Company sold 614
Madison street, a two story dwelling for
H. S. Hart to Max Levy.
REALTY JOTTINGS.
The Brown, Wheelock Company, Inc.,
negotiated the sale of 109-111 East
Seventy-third street to Mrs. Laura Hall
Russell.
The Southern Railway Company has
moved Its offices from the Maxbrldga
Building to the new Knickerbocker
Building, Broadway and Forty-aecond
street.
Nathan Weiss was the broker in the
recently reported sale of 813 Washington
street ? o H. G. Miles & Co., commission
merchants.
On Wednesday. May IS. at 4 P. M..
Cornelius G. Kolff will offer for sale to
the highest bidder an attractive prop
erty, corner of Bement avenue and Ckiry
avenue. West New Brighton, Staten
Island.
The J. M. Kelly Company, of 217 West
125th street, is conducting the buslnesa
of J. M. Kelly under the management of
E. J. O'Donnell.
ATTORNEYS LEASE
BROADWAY BUILDING!
Acquire I se of Structure at!
(58th Street Comer for
I
Twenty Years.
Joseph A Zeamar.s. attorneys, have
leased the two atory building, 100x100,
at the northeast corner of Broadway and
Sixty-eighth street for twenty years and
will alter It Into up to date offices and
will occupy part of the premises. Re
cently the law firm of Blandy, Mooney
A Shlpman acquired the building at 38
Pine street for their own occupancy.
i MISCELLANEOUS LEASES.
Frederick Fox A Co. leased loft In 88
University place to Henry Fisher, man
! ufacturer of clothing; also In 504 Brnad
! way to Mitchell Brothers, manufactur
[ era of women'a wear.
A. A. Hagem&n leased loft in 23 West
Thirty-fifth atreet to Joseph Matisheff
and Nathan Botwinick: also the front
portion of the top loft In 28 West Thirty
fifth street to Attllle Mottlno and Mrs.
i Mary Cantu.
Spear A Co. leased offices In the St.
| Denis Building to the following: H. G.
McDowell, attorney ; The Mediator Pub
lishing Company: Paul S. Johst, adver
tising Illustrator; Kat'e Dehnoff, pub
lisher of sheet music; Gustave Blocker,
newspaper advertising representative;
Kelly A Dor.avon. advertising agency;
, Department of Immigrant Aid, Council
! of Jewish-Women, for executive offices;
Nations! Polish Commit" o of America :
Philip llano A C'o.. stationery: Maxwell
Resnlck. leather novelties; Empire Trad
ing Company, liners; Lipschutt Broth
ers, cotton goods: Morris Schreibman,
sweaters and bathing suits: Erday Safe
Bock Company, Inc. ; Cryptofll Distrib
uting Company.
Duross Company leased the five story
building at 237 West Twenty-ninth
street for five years to Joseph Capozi;
also the buildings at 831 end 833 Green
wich street to Maslow & Toperosky for
three years; also 240 West Fourteenth
street to the American Engraving Com
pany for two years, and a loft In 40
East Twentieth street to H. Abrahams
for three years.
Thomas J. O'Reilly leased for Robert j
A. Keasbey Company their warehouse at
the southwest comer of Greenwich atul
West Tenth streets to Alexander Jones,
who will use It for the storage of theat
rical equipment. The lease Is for twenty
one years.
Charles F. N'oyes Company leased the
second floor In 191 Fulton street to
David Grover; a large banking suite In
81-63 William street, comer of Qedar
street, to the T'nlted States Corporation
Company; space in 87 Nassau street to
Abraham K. ? eh low sky; subleased of
fices on the tenth floor of *0 Maiden
Lane to King A Alley, and with J. Ber
nard English a lease has been made on
the fifth rtcor of the new Munson Build
ing, at 71 Wall street, to the Inter
natloral Securities Corporation.
Lewis H. May Company leased for
Hon. George B. McClellan and others
22 West Thirty-first street, e four story
dwelling, ten years, to M. Flesch. The
building will be occupied as a high class
restaurant.
HHONX MARKET REPORTS,
J. Arthur Fischer sold for S. H.
Rublne Building Company the new two
story brick two family dwelling, with
garage, at 1377 Plimpton avenue, to B.
Harris.
Alexander Seikin, David Mlntx and
Harry Katz sold 2763 Balnbrldge ?v> -
nue. a three story dwelling, 60x100.
TALCUM POWDER KILLS BABY.
Child Fills Mouth mid Some nt ft
Gets In lironehlsl Tabes.
Special Despatch to TMs Nsw Yosk HutAr.D.
M[DDT.ETOWN, N. Y , May 15.?Helen
Dorothy Booth. 10 months old, daughter
of Mr, and Mrs. Frank E. Booth, was
killed to-day by talcum powder.
While at the home of her grand
mother. Mrs. David Booth, at Roxbury.
the child filled her mouth with talcum
powder from a box with which she was
playing. Some of the powderJodgcd In
her bronchial tubes and owing to throat
trouble with which she had been af
flicted the Irritation caused by the pow
der oould not be neutralized.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
Take Lexington Avenue Subway ' I I A A
to Westchester Square Station X \J~jLJ?\. I
A?7 EAST BRONX T ATC
10/ Bungalow Waterfront | ,11 J. ^
of the George Bruce Brown Estate
By Instructions from the Columbia Trust Company, Trustee
Remain to be Sold
SEPARATELY, AT THE
Continuation ABSOLUTE AUCTION SALE
TO-DAY
at 2 P. M. Rain or Shine in Mammoth Tent
on the Premises, Cor. East Tremont and Phillip Aves.
andS New DWELLINGS ""SstfSF
CP TAX EXEMPTION HOUSES reaay to move m.
Lots Sold Saturday as low as $100
$10 Secures a $100 Lot $15 Secures a $150 Lot
$25 Secures a $250 Lot
10% On Day of Sale, 10% in 30 Days, 80% on Mortgage Contrrct
GO TO-DAY 80% at 6%
Take Lexington Ave. Subway 10% ?? of in 30 rt,ys >nd
to Westchester Square, then balance 80% in Monthly Payments of 2%
East Tremont Avenue (Fort 70^@ e% 60%@ $1/i% SQ%@ s%
Schuyler Road) trolley to Eas- Remain on Mortcape.
tern Boulevard or East or West Title Guarantee & Trust Co. Policies Free.
Side subwav to 177th Street Pavings Hank ItooUs, on proper assignment, ae well
\ _ _ Liberty bonds, at market value, will be accepted as depoelt.
(West Farms); then East Tre
mont Avenue (Fort Schuyler A ? 67 Liberty st, v. y. c.
Rbad) trolley to E a s t e r n Tel. cortiandt 0744
Boulevard. i Aortiiaw /
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
RESORTS
?wIMnrtaoa.
SWITZERLAND
"8?l?ct Oo'.loctlon" of u?t>ful lltira- '
'um o?nt on rorolpt of 10 c?nt? to coror
froo.
Official Aitnrjr of
SWISS FEDERAL RAILROADS
Ml Fifth Avcau*. Mia York.
Now .1 cracy.
ALAMAC thf MOUNTAINS
On Lake Hopatcong, N. J.
Opens May 26th.
V V ....I 5 Mr. Van D,rk?
" '? wncn ? Hotel Har(m<?
iia jnut im sitfEXi .
RESORTS.
Atlantic t'itj.
| ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. j
j Directly oa the OcmFimt i
j An American PtwHotf 1 of Dist ibcIwv |
ROYAL PALACE
HOTLLlCOTTAGES
orv tbxm B?&ck . Cijx600
CONVENIENT TO ALL AMUSEMENTS
Sc&BtAkt'DIET KfTCHEN Or^ha
Family P&trorv&qe Ir\vit?a
IVMANi.V
ON TNI BCACH
ATLANTIC CITY,
[QtAlFONTEjfADDON fjAllj
^HOSPITABLE-HOMELIKE
AIWA VP OPIN
i Atlantic City ifs
< A MAC
MAC* l_AT*CO
RESORTS.
WfnlrhMltr.
8rtarcliffci!?1w?PEN
iCotiae issssr^m
V mtooaiOMtwoT* or Allow*
BRIARCUFF MANOR.NY.
New York Offlco: 34'.' MadUon Ava.
lent lelond.
M.A CliFT, I.. I
Retterihal! Inn and Falrvteo rott?*e row
open. Superior Culetne. Rathlng. Routing,
Dancing. Trunin. Rule* upon application.
Phone Olen Otvo 71.
CITY REAL ESTATE.
tnrouth of Brooklyn?Ante or Rent.
GREAT HOUSE BARGAIN
Own#r oacrlflcM beautiful houec, brick
veranda, etratn heat, electricity. fine fix
ture*, pariuctry. Ilia bath, artletln decora
tion*. c.araao epaoe. Near eubway and ale
vat?d 11,300 c%?h. $70 monthly. T?i ex
emption eavne $1,4?*
PHONE MIDWOOD 7288.
Roroofh of Qtieene?Sale or Rent.
AT FOREST HILLS.
New Corner Hou$e and Garage.
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