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FARM OFFERS GROW,'
WHEAT PRICES DROP i Only Support of Market Is a Broadening of Export Demand. Chicago, Aug. 5.?Wheat prices tum bled still lower to-day. influenced by assertions that the move.nent to market is limited only by the suppiy of railroad oars available. The close was heavy. 2V* to 3 Vic. net lower, with September $1.18 Vi to $1.18 4 and December $1.21 \ to $1.22. Corn lost 1'4 to il;C. and oats to 14c. Provision!" finished un changed to 52c. lower. With country offerings in the South west somewhat larger a.iu with gossip current that spring wheat growers would sell freely direct from threshers, the wheat market faced predirtions that the visible supply total on Monday would eho*v 3,000.000 to 4.000.00C bushels In crease. In such circumstances, a lead ing elevator interest here was a per sistent seller, and there v. as also much selling pressure from the Southwest. On the downward slide export demand broadened, but otherwise the market seemed to be without support, and the rallies failed to hold. Prospects that railroad rates would be reduced between Chicago and the Atlantic seaboard had no effect, as the bulk of shipments at this time is by lake, at figures mucfli ; below the rail rate. Corn and oats decline! with ?wheat.1 ? nd September corn touched the lowest August price since 1907. September oats reacted only a fraction aoove the lowest level yet this season. Sharp downturns in the \alue of hogs weakened provisions. Export sales In yesterday's cash wheat market were the heaviest of the ! wnek. totalling approximately 1.750.000' bushels. England. Germany, Greece and , Belgium were the buyers, purchasing on the three cent break in futures. The decline in futures checked offtrlngs ?which served to rally premiums. Kx ports of wheat, including flour, for the ?week were estimated by Rrad.itreef's at 11.061.075 bushels, in comparison with 10.541,345 the previous week. Total ex ports of wheat since July 1 are esti mated at 42,108.061 bushels, compared with 48.150.3S9 bushels. CHICAGO PRICKS. Tliui s WHEAT? Open. High. Lou. Close. d.i)'. P-pt.mb.r ... 121 121'? Its US'- 12I'J l_><cetnbe.- 121'a* 124 131 *4 ' 124H CORN? Fepteniber ... 58 r>S',i tfi'i "(">% ,"7T'i December ... 58'? 5814 57 r>7 58 Vi OATS? ft- ptember ... 37?4 37?? 30% Rfl?% S7?i I?eeember 4 OH 40H 39"i 39'i 10% T.ARP? ptember ... 11.(50 11.70 11.30 11.30 11.80 Oeioher 11.72 11.80 11.40 11.40 11..12 RIBS? R.-|.teniber ... 10.50 10.35 10.23 10.20 10.1". October 10.20 10.20 10.12 10.17 10 .JO PORK? B< ptember .. .. 18.35 18.53 NEW YORK PRICES. WHEAT?Offers were said to have fallen . off. In the local easli* market No. - red 1 nil quoted at |1.32Vj: No. 2 hard, $1.33U: No. 1 Manitoba. 81.T2U. and No. 2 mixed (.?jrum. at $1.3ftU, c. I. f., track, New York, to arrive. CORN?No. 2 yellow and No. 2 while we.-e quoted at 70V?c. and No. 2 mixed at 7?>c., e. I. f.. New York, ten day shipment. I OATH?No. 1 white was quoted at 51 %c.: No. 2 white. 3tc.: No. 3 white, 47ft48c.; No. 4 white. 4?C.; fancy clipped white, 53V4C., and ordinary clipped white, 51',4c., all ele vator. RYE?No. 2 Western, $1.22, f. o. b.. and $1.20. c. 1. f.. New York, last half Aug"*' alilpment. BARI.EY?Feeding, (58972c.. and malting, 78982c. e. 1. f.. New York. HAY?No. 1, $30932; No. 2. $26928; N >. S, $23fe23; rlitpiinc. $20922 a 'on. STRAW?No. 1 rye. $22923 a ton. Minura polls. Flour. 15925c. lower: In carloads lots fain- j ily patents quoted at $8.2398.50 a barrel In > P8 lb. cotton sacks. Shipments, 50,030 bbls. | Pran. 813. Wheat?Cash. No. 1 Northern. tl.80Uiei.40U: September, $1.25H; I>ecem ber. $1.25'.4. Corn?No. 3 yellow. 50951c. i Oats?No. .1 white. 8014931c. Flax?No. 1. $1.9414? 1.99 V;. GRAIN EXPORTS. Wheat. including flour, exports for . BID AND ASKE N. Y. STOC K KM HANGK ?H'OTATIO>9. To the following prices accrued Interest Is to be added: FOREIGN GOVERNMENT BONO CLOSING. City of Rergen 8s, rets W'i C'itr of Rerne 08% City of Christiana. 00 City of Zurich 100% Argentine Intern. ,*>s. 1943 Belgian 8s 100% Kingdom of Belgium Hs 04% Kingdom of Belgium 7%s, 1843.. .101% Kingdom of Sweden tts, 1030 87'* Canada. Doni. of. 192rt 02*4 Canada. Pom. of, 1020 !'2*i Canada, I>om. of, 1031 Ml l>anlali 8s 101% Danish 8s 101V, l>enmark 8? 102% Chinese Gov*. Hu K.jg Ry. ?"is, 1951. 48'? Norway 8s 103% ( uba Extern. lis, 1044 7? Cuba Extern. Series A, 1940... 7rt% ? uba Extern. 4%s, 1940 07 Tj. S. of Rrazll 8C? 1941 90% Republic of Chile 8s 9N% Dominican Rep. 3s. 1938 70 French C.ovt, T%%, 1941, w. i 90% City of Lyons 1." yr, Hs, 1034 83 C'ty of Marseilles 15 yr. (Is. 1034. . 83 City of Bordeaux 15 yr. 0s. 1931.. 83 < Ity of ("open. . 23 yr. B%s. 1044.. 78% French Government Ns, I issue.. 100% French, Maris City <ls. 1921 P9% c.ovt. of Switzerland 8?, 1040 100% Japanese Govt. 4%s, stlg. In., 102" 8.1% Japanese Govt. 4'ab. 2d ser., 102". R." Japanere Govt. 4s. stlg. In., 1931. 70% ,Tapanese, Tokyo City 1032.... co% I'n. k R. * i. n yr. ft%?. 1021 09% I n. K. G. H .4 I. 3 yr. :>Vs. 1922. Of) T'n T<. G. R. * I. 10 yr. 3'is, 1920 8H"? I n K. G. R. 4 I. 20 jr. 3%*, 1037 87% Mexico Ettern. stlg. "s of '00, 1043 'I Mexico Extern, gold 4s of '04, 1954 3" Kingdom of Italv .3 yr. 0%% gold. . S8'? San 1'aulo 8s. ct 0R% 1'NITED STATES GOVERNMENT BONDS. Ask. 100 00 ion 100% Ml't 100;, I 05 , 102 8H 92% 1)3 90 ? 102 102 102% 48% I 104 80 | 77% 09'4 1IM) OS', 79% 90S 83% 83% 834 I 78% j 100 % I 100 10(S% 85% 83% 704 81% ion |IW| 80', 87% 45 34 90 98% 2s reg. ... 100% 2s coup... 100% 4s re(f . . ,.104'i 4s coup ..104% 2! P '30 r. 100'i 2s P '3(1 c.100% Js r '38 r 100% Rid. Aslt.l 101% 101% 101% 101% 101 % Pan r.. 7" 3s Pan c. . 75 P I 4s ?34. 78 P I 4s ".1.". 78 P I 4" '30. 78 D C XOos. 93 Closing prices of stocks In which there s>ere no transactions yeatcrday; Rid. AdvanceR 13 do pf. ... .17 AlrReduct 30% ?Mh*8us .13*. MllanceR 7? A1 AmCati 104 AlChM pf 73 Allied Ch. 83% Ama'Sglst 03 AmACm p 30% AmBkNte 30 do pf. . .. 43 AmRSug. 20% Am BV 8I1 11 do pf. ... 02 Am Chicle 10% Am Coal. 74 Am Cot O 1* 4 -H? Pf.... ?o Am Ice p ?2 A La France 8% Am Lin pf 38 Am Loco 83'J do pf ion Am MAO 11% Am Had.. 07% do pf. . ..108 A HhlPhdg .. do of AmKfWA ?7 AHtFdv p 80 Am Snf p 72 ASitmT of 70 Mt.ToIi B 121 AmtVhol p 92 *i>- T#c. <* Amtt'onl p 07 AmZInc pf 23% AfinArhor 0 do pf.,.. 13 \rt Metal II As?cla R 1% ADG I pf 0"% do 2 pf. r.o ?tR|r *? A 2% At Fruit. 1% A' R?fln.02n do pf.... 107 Atlas T T 13U Atis Nlch 8<i Ai:k-| 30 10(1% 71 87 to 30*4 III) 82 82 78 122% l?3 31 08% lino ins 17 0'i Rid. AutoSales 3% Raid L pf 90 Harnett L 40 do pf .... 70 Rarnsil A 18 RatopUfts, % flay llros. Reech Crk 34 Reechnut p 94% RoothF 1p 29 RknEdlsnn PI Brown Ph. 50% do pf ... 7" Brunswick 3 Ru fAHiisq do pf.... . BufRAP... 53 do pf ao R'irti*Bro* HX do pf. ... 98 fluslTerin . Cal A Srlr. 4)1% ('an Sou. Case pf. Case Plow 4' do pf.,.. 70 1 'RRofNJ. 170 Cert Prod. 22 do 1 pf.. do 2 pf. ChAA'ton.. 0' do pf. ... 0 ChlcF. I ct 1 do pf.... 1 CANW of 101 C'-PneiiT.. <0' cutPAo... rm do pf.... 72 CCCAStL. 37i do pf, , . . 00 Clev / Pit 35 Pby. 70 70 23% do of. Co| Ftl-IAl. ?'o pf Co'So 2 pf *7% CK'reiih p 18 Coto|t Tab JIJK Con Can.. 44% do pf 8?% Ask. 3% 97 5.r. I'd 83 3% 78 43 70 PO 02 110 10O l"'4 43% 07', 70 8% 12 1% <% Iffl 21 107 48 19 33 18 9j . *e?k. acr^lng tc >'e 11.001.07.> ^U,L- fi- a- T last yw; ??? l""?vlou? v- *?k JV'* ' '8; ^t 48.loO.3iO f?r th. *wcn. ?"??,OI. lUe W.?U. last irasoii. Co?.? ?-M , v e?V. and .4?r..?46. ????*? ?ly I. 13.4-4S.V-Wl. .48&.040, , ,, o4.000 last yemr; galn,t -rrltoy Sw$S JSrrv. ?::??S ??? *ooc00, ^ABOAHD CIJARA- ? Co;.a , "4 COO 1.0.000 '.J, i i Way loooou Mi.00" . ?.55f. U?t week 140O00 415,'J0O -O.OC.O L,ast year . H-OIB' . ?..T Spring patents, **?: ?^%'Jm7o " ^rd 7.25; soft "Inter ?tr*l?nt?.u*f??nour p|li_. ; winter stI alsll,iv vn 7 rt'> cii'oH'* to fane>J fnli to good. ? ?* ' ? fine v I.Kf ????' . Corn"J:,*iio weao-v Feed-City >tl1o>v, granulated. ^?cUl, ?'.4; h*av> -loatlv: bran. ly? * ? ? ?->4. lied D-?S middling*. 100 M?v J40! Western flour. 140 lb. ?*? 1..? 0- ,tandar?l bian. 1?> ? iu* %acu?. middlings. I'M 1 ,,oW>, $30.50: Tted <>?>? l^saeU ?3?-r.0. Ollm,al-?4, ton. ? ,1VE STOCK AKU MEAT 1MUCF.S. Common to orlm. steer.,^SoTOo Common to ,hoU-e bull;. S-gg Common to v-at*' 100 lbs . 8 t4.0C 1? ??:;::: ;Uf*V Cltv dressed veal", lb .1. Dresstd mutton, lb. IMC .1j Pressed *ethers,lb- ? -??' .15.? j Dressed lambs. <-m. to COFFEE The ran*, of yerterday * coffee market ?as follows. Open. o.!\V5d ?.5<j September. . ???>? 2"0-, 7'.00 7.00-<M : ^ December... .-0 ? ? - ,.??? *-g Kh::::::: 3 $?? *8 < Anlf;? rel Ulo futures unerased ? Exchange Dollar ra'.e f ?l? ^/elpts 15.000 bags and ?,il lowr Rt S%d llc futures v.ere took 1.587,000 ha**- Sant? ^ , t?275 for 'uece'tpts^ 30.000 bags and stock ^Sh-UN STATISTICS. i Mt -Sv. . Momb ,S?2 iif5 rvW: 07'?| Afloat ;;." 1 4307*5 1.520.?.n0 1.410.S3 SUGAR. The su^ar mar^ruled^quieu^^ saRTpred R ^eNV p ("ubae. which ha-d rorto ^vcr? UP to the close. fHiled to find t>u>^ unchanged to 2 ThP market ?^en^ a 8 points lower points lower and closed * 1 to 2 points higher. nance of futures ptice? . p,ev. ^.'(.Hig,- li?,r7- nl2fi-27 ffflSfc'.3*1 gi ? =fS 53 Vrbruary - ' Hr% 2.M 2.S3-W -86 March - rmDENDS. Stock of of record. I ayable. Arm_e Tea Co.. 1st pf . <>?? Aug ?0 Pcpt. 1 Amcr. Smelt * . .P'-? Aug. 15 S|,P'- 1 Colonlai' ptnance Corp.. 1-gept , Sept. 10 ' s'p'- ' SHIP BOARD CALLS MEETING. r. \.n advertising | Washington. Aug. o- ? \ flip 118 operators of tlic , board and Us agents. During the la*t >"r' /J Amounting to $170,000. D QUOTATIONS 21 Kid. ConDlstrlb 0 Con Inaur. fiO'/i CornPR pfKX) Crtx Carp - > Cru Stl pf. 80 CubAS pf. 7 V DavlsonCli 34 Ii I, t W.193 DeBoers.. Deere pf. 60 DeOARO.. ?, LfutEdlaon HO I>et*Mrk.. ar. l>etUnlted. .. Dtaru M.. ?0 Komn Mln 1" DtllriSAA.. 3'i do pf.... 5>, Durham!!. CO do pf.... 70 Elec Stor.. . KmerHran. ? do pf.... '."J Erie 2 pf. 1".'4 FedM&S... do pf.... Fml-I, pf. Fairbanks. 3."> Ftsherll pf 98 Flak Itub. 9>| Canton ... 11 a OnAaph pf Sti GenClgala ."rrt'i do pf.... PR do <lb... MM CinATank. 39>j U?n M ?l do 71 Ollllland p 20 Coodrli pf. 73", dray * t>. 1! Guan Bug. I* C.ttlfMtN . 7 do pf.... 20 GulfHll 1p . Hablra El. Hartman.. (lit Ha?kel4B. 58 llendee M. 14 Hydral St. 7% do pf.... 43 Ill Cent... 02 l indltef pf. . Int Agrl.. 7 do pi.... 3f Int Mot T 31 do 1 pf.. 08 do 2 pf . 50 TntNlrkel p7."> Int Paper. SJ'.i do pf.... 00 do pf at. (1!> Int Mt. . If, 1 lotva Cent. 4 .lone* Ten. 18 KCFtS pf. ?1'4 KanCR pf. 40% ! Kays.r Til ; do 1 pf.. 0">'? KfVrn%p. 72 Kel Wheel do pf.... ROli KeoAtl?e?.\5 ' do pf ... S" j KreaKeH8..i:?k do pf 10?? 1 Kreaa S H do pf 81 l.aeledefi*. 51 I .a keg* W do pf . . Lin ? M . t?"?? do pf oo do 11 112'j UmtUico. 04 do pf.... *7 I Lnmr.V . .Tl'i do I pf . 95 do 2 pf.. "2 MaUI'On.. 12 do pf.. . . 54V Manhattan 47S | Martin Py M'j ' Man Slilrt 20 j Mackay.. (M do pf.... ' Mnnat Fu 32 ; iio pf Marlln 11. 7', Markets!! at. j do pf.... 10 Mnrlando. IP 1 Math AIV 10 MntMotA. 3*', do B... 0', I MayDS pf 00 I Maxwell... S'? j do pf.... 4 ' do 2 pf.. 3% MexPet pf 70 | MI'-h Cent. . I MPtPWfM. r,o ; do pf .. *.'1 MSSMKL.. ."?? A** 21 Bid. MKAT pf. 3'i i MorlEm (14 Montr pf. ?4\ MtilllnaUy. 19 do pf , NhChMLi. OS I Nat Arme. 14 Nnt Bis.. 112 do pf 108 NatCfcS p (Ml Nat Cndt. 1 NatE&S p 89 Nat Lead. 74>i do pf 102 NntRyM lp 4 do 2 pf.. S?i NVAIrBr.. 34 NTLaekTV 80 NYCSI, ".'P t.? NY Dock p 61 Vi NYOAW... 17 V, NYStateKy 20 N'orff-Touth 8'j, NorAW pf (I4'i I Nov So Stl 21H <>hBdy*B 7'.? Ohio Fuel. 40 Opt Silver. 3'i I'ar Coa.*t 14 do|l pf.. ;.o do 2 pf. . 50 : rac Man. s r-ac T i- T 4(1 Panhandle (1 ?ar1?h*B. if. i Penney pf. IK> PetMnllkn. .. do pf Plill* Co.. 30 FlereeO|| p t3 1 |f'C*SI.... 70 Plt:*ei pf 87 . PtaF1VCp .il!> H't.Stl pf 71?* P*WVapf. 71 P St C pf. 82 I'ub S?rv.. f!8 8'j* p. 1(8) IP* 0 24 3(1 107 O'i Va f>0 r.7', lw po on 50 80 I'3* 10 23 100 10 88 110 wi ns 110 70 JU nr. 70 110 9 4% 00 uo 82H 33 18 15 O'i 94 Vi 37 Vi SI',* 70 03 80 31* 102 71 112 7(1 102 ro liens 6 S .101 Robt Rela. fl ilo pf 40 Rep Stl pf 84 Read 1 pf S8', Ronilngton 20 do 1 pf.. 40 do 2 pf.. .. San C Sug 2 Fa-ago A.. 10'^i SeahAL pf 9>, f?-Roebkpf 90 Slo^s-fT pf. (1,'i'i SoPrloSsp . ctand Mill 80 do pf.... r,r? S'eoMT pf Ht?rn'". p..lnO Stndbkr pf 02ji Sup Steel. ^7 do pf.... 1)4 Temtor A. 5Vj do It.... Tenn Cop. 7l, Tex I, T..230 ri'lr Ave. r. rid- \V 0.113 ?Pr,? I<rd p? ail TST.W p.\ 10 do r? pf. 17 Tran?*W. 32 Tieln City. 10 do pf Voder? il.. tCI '7 do pf.... 101 Tnir' P. . ro t'nlonTn.i 8*i do pf., . . (10 t,*rCi#Htv.l2'. ?lo pf... on ?'!>I>e* tpf r,^ 1*11 f ivev. d 80 VnR%tnv. * do j.f IB . CCTPIpe. do pf 14t, 12 r.8 IM) II 4H IP 15'i 1'' 41 02 70', PJ?InA1e p 7" t*S1t 1 pf. !>7 1'tPh Pee, 8r* fSRmet p. 27 Y^nvArvt vR/inHe p 75 ^ pf R. 13 n*eber#H. 11 V??? 1 ?.f, 53% V*e<?AlrB ?8 WeafM 2p. 18' i \VI.'k? Iref VViUon pf 70 VYIIOi d pf 20', 'Vnol '* rt h, 11 'J do pf.. . . 107Vi Worth pA . . do II... . 54 CANAL TONNAGE INCREASES. Toll* Amount to 321 1 -- I'ft lent. More Thnn Any PrtCfdlng Year. Washington. Aug. 5.?A total of 1!. 599.214 tons of comorclal cargo was car ried through the J'anama Canal during tha l3?t fiscal year, or 23 '-.i per cent, more than In any preceding year, while the tola amounted to $11,276,8110. or 32Vs rcr c;nt. more than any preceding year. arco;ditig to t'.ie /'attama Canal Record. In addition Gov eminent \<jjs.-'s, which i>ass?d through t'.v> car..>l tolls freo carried 4o3.76i> tons of curgo. American, British and Japanese ves sels carried S9 per cunt, of th? total commercial tonnage, the American amounted to 45 per cent , British to 32, and Jnpancae to 7 per cent. The total number of ships pacing the canal v/as 2.S92, of wliich 1.212 were American. 070 British. 140 Norwegian and 136 .Japanese. Business Troubles PETITIONS IN BANKItl'PTCV. The following potltlons In bankruptcy wero Tiled vostorday In the United Statu.* District Court: rilCMl NP SCHARF?Voluntary. I:ne? pants contractor. 19 Ludlow street, showing lia bilities of *'.',474, with onsets, machinery ami tools valued at $1,571. SIMON' I,EVlNSON--InV0luntary; house fur nishing.', 1010 IlathgHte avenue; filed by Sai.ft Brothers Co.. Manhattan Enameled Ware Co. and I. Hllfer & Brother. 1.labili ties were stated a.i about $10,000 and asset* a* 85.000. HBNRY COOrER3MITH?Involuntaty: filed by Morris Bassoff. Moo Klein and Morris (Joldfarb against Harry Coopersnilth. in stalment dealer, 18 Bant Uroadway, stating liabilities of about $1,500. St irem i-ES IN RANKRIPTfY. The following: schedules In bankruptcy were filed yesterday In the United States District Court : BENJAMIN OORDSMITII. broker. ?1 Will iam street, showing liabilities of $44.(>2.T, with, as assets, cash on hand and in banks, $ifl,2?i. PHlLTr ZIMMERMAN * CO., INC.. brokers, 30 Broad iitreet, showing liabilities of $8,525. with assets, tools valued at $2,080. RARINOWIT/5 DRESS CO., INC.?Isadora Rablnowltz. president, dross manufacturers, 38 West Thirty-second street, showing lia bilities of $148,558, with assets, stock, ma chinery end securities .slued at $o0.P?4. ItKCEIVERS EN BANKRITTCY. Th" following were appointed receivers In bankruptcy yesterday In United States Dis trict Court: ROPKRT PR LUCA?Kenneth Cooper of Bellalre, Ohio, ancillary receiver for Robert IV t.uia, alleged bankrupt, said to havs assets In New York. Bond was fixed at $1,00n NOE SANTORO?Arthur Y. J'alzlel, tem porary receiver for Noe Snntoro. groceries, 558 Van Nest avenue. The Bronx, with bor <! of J.ViO. rtSHMAN imOTJfERS?Randolph Harrison, receiver for Nathan FMshman and Charles F"l?1-nian. trading as Flshman Brothers, wool r'lps, 213 Cherry street, with bond of $2,000. J ?HDOMENTS FILED. The following Judgments were flleil yester day, the flrat nam? being that of the debtor: MANHATTAN. ALTERI, Andrew?.1. P. Waterman et a I ?193.20 FIIER. Henry (Laundry Machine! y Co. >?American Ironing Machine Co 980.8(1 BANKOKER INDUSTRIAL CORP. ?11. H. rtrowman 1,030.20 CROPPT. 75. E.- P. Stelnman et pi. 410.72 CRESCENT TAI.KTNO MACHINE Co.. 1NC.-.1 K. Maxwell et al 1,340.78 DAVIS, Henry 11.?Edmund Francis Realty Co 434.38 DESLAt'RIF.RS CALDMN MOULD CO. of N. Y., and Henry A. Dah len?I.. Sonncnherg 1.059.40 ENTERPRISES FORWARPING SYS TEM. INC.. and Ernest Gar den* -H. Gettner et al 239.41 FACMKR. Louis?S. Silverman 010.00 FAN FILM CORP ?Beacon Press. Inc ".'4.70 FERGUSON. C. O.?H. A. Post 31.1.8." GOTHAM LABORATORIES. INC.. and Ixrjls L. Altennan?G. W. Brown 1,0-10.12 GOTHAM LABORATORIES, INC.? G. W. Brown 1.043.78 SAME?Same 1.040.13 SAME?Same 1.043.11 SAM E?Same 1,045.82] OERSTEL. R. J.?Nat. Surety Co.. 1,144.22 | GERVAISE. A.?Doctors Service Corf.. Inc 070.20 I JESTER A BRENNAN, INC.? Brooklvn Beading and No- city Co. NH.17 ? LAXANSKI. M.-Hamton Shoe Co.. 438.5S I Auto Coach Wor\a, In< 200.70 i MATHER. J.?V. S. Fletcher 204.20 METERS. V. II.-Whiting Motor Co 300.14; MEIER. F. H ? Lock wood Trade I Journal Co., Inc 247.03 | MAGDEL. L., and J. W'aldman iStandard A Costume Co.), and Nathan Nadelman?T. Wldawer... 213.13 MEAGAN. W.?1. S. Brewer 408.58 I NASSAU VALVE A PI "MP CO.? Union Smelting A Refining Co.... 304 30 i I PLYMOUTH EQUIPMENT CORP.? ! B. B. Goldberg 228.03 | RE1TMAN. Samuel?Keystone Ex port Corp " 10.SO SANDERS. A.?Charles A Co 210.12 j STRAUSS. M. II.?E. Farekas et al 508.41 SCHWARTZ. Max. Sell* I^rner and lxjiil?? S'hMhewltx ? Manhattan Credit Union Co 937.13 SACHS. Arthur, and Mathilda Hil 1 verman?E. Jackson 402.07 SCARIIOKOCGH. George?S. Green stcln et al 200.80 j VOCOS. Paul?H. Gree.nberg -SO.11 VEIDIGt'EL. F. O?Gotham Nat. Bank cf N. Y 380.20; VAN RE1TSCH. Margaret-Ivy Courts Realty Co 1,002.20 j VAN STOLEN, Ida-Ivy Courta Re alty Co I VIRSICCHIO, Gabrlelle?M. E. Gos i sett YAGED. Joseph? 8. Adolpii YOUNG, Daniel F.. Jr ? Bowline Green Realty Corp 458.43 ? BRONX. DE MARL Gulseppe, and T.lichael (4. Prlore?Lordl Construction Co.. 571.22 j EPSTEIN. Richard !.. and Morris i Schnelderman?E. A. Broirn 1.151.17 , I HALIT.R, Samuel ? M S. Btrkhahn 300.60 | MORGAN. Chaa.?Kruskfll A Krus i kel, Inc 3.700.05 j SATISFIED Jl'IXiSfKNT?. MANHATTAN. The first nam* W that of the debtor, the second that of the creditor und date when . | tudgment was filed: PROCTOR. Harry 3.?N. Y. Ediar.n Co.; December f>. 1919 1213.47 | SMITH. Del?\an C.?J. Immerman: January 27. 1021 ? 3?":0 , SP1SSO, Ernest and Joseph?a. J. Illoomlngdale ft al. May IS. 1917 o.iO.Ot FIFTH AVENUE COACH CO.?J. A. Norton May 23. 1921 .50 00, SAME?11. D. Symonds; May 21 1921 ..00 00 , | INTERBOROUGH RAPID Til AN HIT CO.?J. Neumann: Juna 20. 1921 ' 8CHLE1FER. Louis?Tide Warn ; Salen Corp.; April 20. 1921 1...48,.i0 CHILDS CO.?101 8th Avenue Co.. Inc : April 23. 1917 0.322.73 I FIFTH AVENUE COACH CO.-J. Fareell, November 30. 19.0. 3.93. (10 | | IIA AH A WALDSTEIN CO.-M 1 ' Lucksavaee; .Tunc 24. 1921....... 40.0.,fl..i GROOAN. Jamea F.. and Fidelity A Casualty Co. of N. Y.--P. ^ . | Culllnen; April 3. 190:i 1.808.211 0O2.20 ? 480...1 | 203.30 i Fire Record. P M. 1 18:00? In front of 4P, Boa-cry; auto truck, Home News Trillin* 12 110 Ridge at.: unknown Unknown P. M. Lo.ii> 1 12 00?'.'0". Audubon are.. T.ouls ' j Elle-i , Unknots n 1 :20-840 East 152i St., Max 5Cucl;er , ,?\n Trifling 1 '4 l.-nn a-e.. unknown None 2:00-1113 Webster a*?v, The Bronx. 1 " ?- J'r'Vo'. Unknown 2:43?238 West 121st a* . Harrv e -r. .JiirT'" , Unknown 2..>0?1420 Pro.spoe- a>e., The Hronx ? F. Postman Trifling 3:15?08th st, and Lexington ave.. Public School No. 8(1 Trtflln* I 4.10-4183 East 105th *?.. The Br on*; "| unhnown Unknown! 4:4.>?8.i Avenue ( ., unknow n. Trlfll-iir 0:23?1030 Bathgate ave.. The flronx . ... Lelder Unknown ? 0.h-.,n.i Lexington av- . David Gold .. Unknown O.w-32 First St.. Pall Il-on Trifling, ? 1.<- H> Fort Washington av.. unknow n ' 7:.10-IS Howard at., lotos Motor Co.7fll'"! ? 1.V--701 Catildwett av.. The tlrin)^n0," 1 8 4- ln,'nM'?r"1"' i nknawn1 8.4.^-10,1 Madison av., Epstein I nder- i s o V' I'nl.now-n 1 8 O-fn front of 1?31 Clinton av , The Bronx; Alborf 01|>ji ... Unknown ?'?he fire rerofd sent out n:, Wednesda\ Augtjst :i. shows S fire an ha> Ins occurred i at 2-4n A. M. In the premises of ihr Hoff man Hardware Company, a' 87 and SO Worth ' ?'reel. The Fire Marshal finds that (he fire was not In the Hoffman Hardware Com pany premises but In another part of the I building $3,000,000 RENTAL FOR 4TH AVE. PLOT Operators Lease Old Packard School Site Across From Metropolitan Tower. Rentals aggregating J2 0^0,000 will be paid by t.o.ils B. Brodsky and Samuel Ai'genbllc'.; for the old I ackard School site at the northeast cotncr o* Fourth avenue and Twenty-inlr I street, which the operators have leased for a period of forty-two jears. The :ease, which is ore of the largest cl j*ed along Fourth Hven^e !n sorno time, was made through Horace S. iCly A Co. from the Office Realtlor, Inc.. representing clients of j Maston & Nichols, attorney.-. 'Die property is opporte the Metro- j polit.ui LlJe Insurance ? '"tv-pan; s sky- ' scraper. It fronts 100 f?ct on the ave- j nue and 138 feet on the street. On the comer Is a four story building, which the lessees plan to modernize with stores ! and offices. The easterly end of the site , is a vacant plot measuring SlxllOx ir- ; regular. Here the losses will erect a \ store and office building, oti which work ! will be started within a few weeks. The height of this building ha# not been j decided on. Foot & Martin represented the owning interests, who purchased the property i about fifteen years ago fr-?m the Horton i family. The Ely company will manage ! the property and aci as agents for the 1 buildings. The lessees have figured as principals j In some of the most sensational deals j closed within the last year. Only re- ; cently they leased for $i?,000.000, with an option of purchase, the Navarro flats, occupying the block fror* on the east side of Seventh a\enuo. between Flfiy elgh'h and Fifty-ninth flreets. They also purchased the Liberty and Julian Kltinge theatres for a price said to be j about $2,000,000, and bought 500 lots in ' the Riverdalo section of The Bronx. liny Operator In Three UrnU. Sam Mondscheln, N'ew York's youngest I operator, has sold 964 Simpson street, a ! five story apartment house, 40x100. : showing a rent roll of $11,000, and 631 i East 138tli street, a Ave story apartment \ house. 40x100. He 'ias also purchased ; two building plots on Terrace View ave- i nue, Marble Hill. The transactions In- I volve over $100,000. Julej Nehring was the broker. The boy opeiator has Just: passed his twenty-first b'rthday. Tenant* Buy 57 Tlct-kmnn Street.! Booth & Co.. <!?? -ilers n sheepskins, I who have occupied the five story store I building at 57 Beekman ; treet for sev- I ersl years, have pir':hn?ea the property; from Eddy J'-ilmer. i ? trustee, for | 190.000. The hullriinr. which extends j through th% block to ST Ann street, j covers a plot 23.lx 118..'?\ irregular. It I is about 47 feet north of Cold street. Among the Dnelling Voyera. John H. J'ierec sold for Virginia Pat terson 207 West 130tli street, a three story dwelling, ltJ.SxlOO. This is the first sale of the property In forty-three years. M. H. Galllard A Co. sold for Abraham L.ufger to Mrs. Kmlly Ivoke the four xtory dwelling at 133 West Eighty-first street. The purchaser will occupy the house, which sold for $28,600, David Freldman represented the purchaser as attorney. Crist & Harrlck sold for Carl F. G. Klelnachmid'. the dwelling at 81 Perry street, and for Emma Guerber and Clara A. Feste the store and dwelling at 34 7 Bleecker street to Marie C. Graziano. iiaRnrstrom-Callen Company pold for Howard A. Raymond the four story dwelling at 119 West SIxty-flrat street, 20x100. John J. Hoe''kb, Inc.. sold for Philip Goldberg 330 West Forty-sixth street, a three story dwelling. 20x100. This Is the last of nine dwelling* in this blocK which Mr. Goldberg bought at the Astor auc tion. Wm. A. White & Sons sold 63 West Fifty-fourth street, a five story dwelling, 13x65x125. held at $40,000. .Tannes H. Crulkshank resold to l.ena Holder 252 West 131?t street, three story dwelling. 17.0x100, held at $14,500. J. ( A. Purant was the broker. NIICBLLANEOt.il LEASES. Cushman & Wakefield. Inc., leased an arcade booth in the Canadian Pacific Building to H. K. Brewer & Co., Inc.. , stationers, and offices in the same build- | ing to A. J. Adams, Jacob Bochner and i the Western Union Telegraph Company, and offices at 60 East Forty-second street to Charles H. Oagen. Charles F. Noyes Company leased for the trustees of Masonic Hall and Asylum Fund offices to the RufT-en-reddy Sales Company at 46 West Twenty-fourth street, and offices In the same building to William K. Austin. Cross A Brown Company leased to the Royal Tailors for the Gotham Na tional Bank part of the second floor In the building formerly occupied by the bank at Columbus Circle. In conjunction with the Blltmore Realty Corporation, they have also leased space in 1482 Broadway to Isadora Aaron, wholesaler i of Jewelry novelties. Henry Trenkmnn rented for William j C. Walker to M. Pauli & Co. the third j floor in 454 Broome street. Kenetta Realty Corporation (John H. I Hcholrer, president) leased offices In the \ new Galvln Building. 236 West Fifty- j sixth street, to Royal Blue Cigar Stores, Inc.. and to Signs of the Times Pub- | llshing Company. PENNSYLVANIA OIL MARKET. Oil Citt. Pa.. Aug. G.?Credit bal ances, $2.25. Runs, 134,977 barrels;! average. 62,006. Shipments. 102,124 ; j averago. 52.597. \ i Stolen Automobile*. j Tiie police last night reported the theft of the following automobiles In this city during 1 tliM preceding twenty-four hours: Oldsmobllc If-'O touting; license :::i842 N. Y.; motor H-130W. flute!. 1020 touring: license 180481 .V. T.; motor *iAi|203. I'ai l'.ard 1010 louring, license I053A7 X. V.; motor unknown. Jerkson IC'-'O touring, maroon: license 10738; V. Y.: motor unknown. Ford lli-l coupe: Hefner .V.801 Vs.; motor 478.1720. Htudehsker special six; license tSdO'Jt X. Y.; motor r?22t". I'olli e Department Pierce Arrow bicycle Xo 1113*3. llulrk two ton tru' l;: license 807193 X. Y. ? motor H0R007. Studehak'T 1010 eedan: llcensc .".">410 X. Y.; motor l ord tO'.'l sedan: license 18103 X. II motor WMerAi. Kord 10"O touring; license IOCOO X. V.; motor 440?.'W. Kord 1B2I touring; license 1*1101 Conn.; motor r.io?;;on lt?) til's 1018 touring, license 1.V3274 N. Y., motor 32710. Kord 1021 rondst'-r. license t0ft0.*>3 N. motor 4880012. Kord 10^1 touring license 'J7IOIO X. Y.; motor 4004."<HS, Koril 1020 sedan: license I.VWl X. Y.; motor 448.YJ4P. Overland 10*t <*e*Jati; license I330U X. V. motor I '0t.Y Saver touring, nine; license 27Cirt7n S. motor toTT-naaroti Hudson 10'jn touring; license 1I77:'0 X. V.; motor 1108,"70 llnlrli. tO-.'O; H'-ensc no.Mm X. V.; motor rt188H7. Hudson 1020 touring, tnsrotm; llcen .e X. V motor inn.VHl. C'ltsi'dlrr tp?fl touring: dn rk htiie body. nlre w beets, l|?;en*e 22'.)9*x N. V.; moiur fuel" HEIGHTS DEAL LEADS APARTMENT TRADING ? Interest Revives in Small Mul tifamily Houses. The Ave story multi-family house, oOx 100. at 650 West liSth street, adjoining the southwest corner ot Wadsworth av e nue, has been sold by tho Hemp Realty Corporation to Charles I. Silbeiman, who was represented by Isaac Cohen, at torney. Nathan D. Leiman, attorney, a'ted for the selling company. J. S. M'txwel! sold to Joseph Slienk the six story apartment house with stores at 624 to 626 West 115:',t atreer, 50x100, between Broadway and Amsterdam ave nue. The property wa? held at $125,000 arij returns an anual rental of more than $21 COO Tiie Lloyd-Williams Com pany ropre.-ented the seller. John Joseph and Samuel Flore til, ments, 37x60, at 140 and 142 Right ave nue. purchased the. ?wo four story tene ment*. 37xC0, at 1 <0 and 142 Eighth ave nue. southeast corner of Seventeenth ntreet. John J,. Maund, the seller, acquired the properties a few days ago, together with the adjoining house at 13S, ironi the Smith estate. A'anson-Bruci Realty Company sold to Francis Reilly 430 St. Nicholas ave nuf, a five story flat. 23. Vixl25. The newly formed 229 West 140th Street Company, with M. W. Herman, J. Wolfson and S. R. Wachtell, as di rectors, will take over the five story flat, 27.10x99.11, ac that address. Largo Corporation sol 1 to Max Wein garten 62 East 107tli street, a five story tennnent, 25x100.11. Joseph Lese resold the ?<ix story flat, 40x100, at 210 East 112th street. .Mr. l.ese bought it last week from Jacob Hoitrberg and now sells It through Isidor Favor to Samuel Kreetman. It rents for $9,000 und was held at $55,000. REPORTS FROM BROOKLYN. Realty Associates sold two five story double tenements and two three story doable tenements at 64 and 66 Main street and 12 and 14 Garrison street to Thomas Indell. Edgar N. Finn was the broker. Melster Builders, Inc., sold to Joseph ine Kimberg a plot 30x79 on the west erly side of East Twelfth street, 140 feet south of Avenue X, and to Toney Pla tanla a plot 20x90 on the easterly side oi East Twelfth street, 40 feet north of Dunne Court, for building purposes. Charles Partridge sold the four story building containing four stores and six apartments, at the northwest corner of Bedford and Tilden avenues, for I. Roth man. William E. Harmon & Co., Inc., ^ave sold In East Flatbush the northeasterly corner of Avenue H and Kast Fifty-third street to George Gurrlero; southwesterly corner of Avenue I and Kast Forty ninth street to Frank W. Gannon ; nortli eaaterly corner of Avenue H und Kast Fifty-second street to Isidore Stern- ; schein ; southeasterly corntr of Avenue I H and Kast Fifty-fourth street to A. 1*. i Smith ; northeasterly corn* r of Avenue ] I and East Fifty-third street to Mike Mariconda ; southwesterly corner of Ave- I nue I and Kast Fifty-third street to j Angelo Polardino ; southwesterly comer i of Kings Highway and Sciienectady ave nue to Salvatore Barbara ; plots on Utica avenue near Avenue H to C. S. Gange tano, Joseph L.a Cava, Frank Nola, Thomas Nola and Herman Batterman; plots on Utica avenue near Kings High way to Patrick Torino, A. M, Bard; on ' Avenue I near Kast Fifty-first street to | Frank Pidala. A. L. Rlficl and Pasquale Garage : on Avenue I near Utica avenue j tc Kdward Molisani, Bastlio Desta and j Samuel Drucker; on East Fifty-second j street near Avenue I to Vlncenzo Saulle, Robert G. Berger and Charles Marci; on Schenectady avenue near'Avenue I to, Anthony Catalanello. C.'armine Catalda, | George Dachllle and Charles Pachllle; ] on Avenue VI near East Fifty-second , street to Samuel Steel; on East Fifty sixth street near Avenue J to Samuel | Damilio, Frank Semlon and Thomas ] Saville; on East Forty-sixth street near I Avenue L? to M. M. Alexander, Robert I C. Bowen and Frederick L, La Cava; : on Foster avenue between East Forty- | seventh and Forty-eighth streets to M. , E. Holloway and U E. Guadagno; on Avenue P near Utica avenue to Benja min Kaufman, B. A. Salzman and Mau rice Stein ; southwesterly coi ner of Ave nue D and East Fifty-third street to A. Cohen ; plots on Kast Fifty-third j street near Foster a venue to O. E. Clyde. John Bergen and B. G. Small. Henry V. Nielsen sold the dwelling i at 403 Eighteenth street for Valentine Kaux to Frank Schlfferdecker; also the three story three t'amllv dwelling at , 14 Fourth street for A. C. Hendrickson to Mrs. A. P\\#er. REAL ESTATE JOTTINGS. Samuel Kronsky, Inc., reports hav ing recently closed mortgage loans ag gregating approximately $1,700,000. The ; larger ones Include ? 145,000, on the northeast corner of Harrison avenue j and 180th street: 136 West Twenty- ! third street, $100,000 ; 529-531 West I 151st street. $64,000: 24 East Ninety- J seventh street, northeast corner Madi son avenue, $62,500; northeast corner Eighty-fifth street and Second avenue, $52,500 ; 995-997 Aldus street, $68,000: east side Grand avenue, 104 feet south of 190th street. $60,000. Frank B. Haubert, of the office of Edward C. H. Vogler, was the broker in the sale of 683 Amsterdam avenue, recently reported sold by Therese Gildeu to the Baltic Holding Corporation. The 23-25 Beaver Stree^ Corpora- i tion (Leopold Gross, Wilson P. Tanner i and Samuel K. McKeon) has obtained ! from the N. \s. Trust Company, as j trustee, a loan of $800,000, covering the Beaver Street Arcade, a twelve story office structure at 23 and 25 Beaver j street, with an "l>" to 58 to 62 New | street. The building, which was trans- | ferrcd by the Metropolis Trust to the j present owner In 1918, has a Beaver street frontage of 49.5 feet and a New | street measurement of 65.2 feet. Shaw. Rockwell & Snnford have been appointed agents of 5 East 115th street, 123 West 124th street and 2020 Wash- | lngton avenue. David Stewart was uie broker <n the! sale of the plot, 105xll8x irregular, at the southeast corner of Broadway and West 183d street, for Mrs. Catherine C. Middleton to Dr. Charles V. Paterno, to be used for the new Temple Club, a Masonic order. Mr. Stewart was also the broker In the sale of the vacant plot/ at the northwest corner of Broadway and 182d street. 80x172.6x irregular, to he lined for the erection of the new build ing for the Washington Heights Branch of the V. M. C. A. piBt.DS. FUh & Marvin sold for Roger Slier man of San Francisco his property on Hamilton avenue. Bronxvllle, to George N'. Schnnedei; also for T. E. Penton a plot of ground on Hamilton avenue. Robert N. Farley leased for A. Victor Ponellan a residence on F#nlmore road. Scarsdn'e, to William H. Klenke of New York o<ty. Chauncey K. Urlffen A. Co. vented, furnished, the residence of Jay Jones In the Gedney Farm tract at Wihlte Plains to J. A. Barnette of New York. Sunset View, a large Italian villa which haa Just hften completed at Malha-on-theHound, I,. I., has been sold by Mnihil Kstate* Corporation, Champ & P.isey sale? directors, to Thomas A. Shaw of Brooklyn, who will occupy It as an all jear home, Mr. Shaw has also purchased the adjoining plot on Malha Drive facing the bathing beach, which will stive him one of Che argest estates at Malha. l*ouls Schleslnger. Inc., sold In Newark for Mrs. Augusta Merkel (be three story dwelling at 48 Prince street to Samuel Hliipir*. PLANS BIG SEVENTH 1 AVE. SOCIAL CENTRE Metropolitan Temple Buyer of Corner Plot Adjoining Present Structure. A ten story Imiltllns embodying all the features necessary tor a modern social centre and institutional church will probably replace the present Metro politan Temple. This Is the significance | of the purchase by |ho Temple of the i dwellings at the northwest corner of: Seventh avenue and Thirteenth street, jMlJoining the Temple's present building ' on Seventh avenue. The properties just taken over include three four story | houses on the avenue and a three story I ' .structure on Thirteenth street. The | ' combined parcels give the Temple con- | t trol of a total frontage of 160 feet on 1 the avenue and 100 feet on the street. | i In their plans for* the new building Dr. i I George Edward Pickard and the trus- ] ! tees of the Temple are backed by the J j Board of Home Missions and Church j i Extension. .Yew Sellout for Aiunlrr<lniu A venae i C. B. J. Snyder, architect to the I I Board of Education, has filed plans for | i a school building to cost $1,000,000 cov- j I erlng the block front on Amsterdam avenuo between 188th and 189th streets, i 1 It will be a fireproof structure with a ! I base 196x119 feet in area and five | ; stories in height. It will be known as No. 189. Ueula llevenled In Transfers. Tomback & Fisiier have resold to the ' Asa loo Realty Corporation (Leopold I Weiss and Asa I-emleln) the four six I story flats, 159.4x100.llx Irregular, at I 14 to 34 West Ninety-eighth street, be ? tween Central Park West and Columbus ; avenue. The sellers who disposed of the property subject to mortgages to talling $239,950, bought the houses from Joseph Shenk a few months ago. Samuel Auerbach sold to Max S. Rosenfeld the southeast corner of Brad hurst avenue and 151st street, a six story apartment house, 49.11x85. Mary B. Ryan sold to Thomas Har grove 66 West Ninety-third street, a five story flat. 19.2x100.8. Patrick Devme sold to Elizabeth Her lihy 223 West 121st street, a five story flat, 25x100.11. The Henry-Jefferson Security Cor j poration sold to Louis Llchtman 174 j Henry street, southwest corner of Jef ferson street, a six story tenement, with ! stores, 26.1x100. Margaret J. Spalding sold to Lavinia W. Ha ugh ton for $25,000 the four story dwelling, 20x102.2, at 132 West Sev l cnty-fourth street. The Pulton Trust Company sold to ; Helen H. Solvit for $17,000 the three j f-tory dwelling, 16.8x100.8, at 133 East j Ninety-fourth street. Sophie Meisel sold to Marten Werden 6S9 East 132d street, a two and one-half story dwelling, 15x110. Elizabeth H. Knoeppel sold to James | G. Bennett 728 and 730 East 134th street, two three story dwellings, 26x 106.11. Morris Furth sold to Harry Kame netzky 4 68 East 139th street, a three ! story flat, 25x100. William Hubert sold to William Plohr j 1075 Washington avenue, a five story apartment, 30x93.9x irregular. William O'Neill sold to Elizabeth G. Eceles 2778 Pond place, a two and a | half story dwelling, on plot 50x95.llx Irregular. Henrietta S. Lunsman sold to John Muller 1077 Washington avenue, a five story apartment, 30x93.7x Irregular. Jacob Slothnick sold to Accursia Finocchlo 2357 Hoffman street, a five story store tenement, 37.6x94.11. Anne G. Mulsteln sold to Pasquale | Paladino 1109 Intervale avenue, a three story dwelling, 25x99x irregular. Bny* Plots In Drckman Section. The Edward H. Crandall Company bought from the Brooklyn Touraine Hotel Company f.ie vacant plot, 75x 99.11, on the north side of 202d street, 200 feet west of Ninth avenue, and from the same seller the plot. 100x99.11, on the north side of 213th street, 275 feet east of Ninth avenue. BLOOMINGDALE LOTS ON AUCTION BLOCK TO-DAY All the remaining lots In Lowerre Sunmlt Park, Yonkers, beyond Van Cortlandt Park and adjacent to Park Hill, are to be eold separately for what ever they may bring, at absolute public auction, by order of Samuel J. Bloom lngdale, for Bloomingdale Brothers, to day by Joseph P. Day, auctioneer. The sale, which will dispose of about 400 Jots, will be held on the premises at 2 P. M., rain or shine, under a large tent. The lots to be sold are altuated on a high ridge overlooking the Hudson River and Van Cortlandt Park, on such prom inent thoroughfares as Wendover road, Lynn avenue, Putnam avenue, Ritchie Drive and Marshall road; on the right of way of the Putnam Division of the New York Central Railroad, at the Lincoln station, and Immediately adjacent to the McLean avenue, Yonkers and Bronx trolley line, which connects with the Broadway cars that run to the 242d street terminal station of the Interbor ough Broadway and Seventh avenuo sub w*y JULY BUILDING REPORT FILED. The report for building operations during the month of July out yesterday by Superintendent Rudolph P. Miller of the Manhattan Bureau of Oulldingss shows that plans were filed for fifty three new building* costing a total of (17,878.825 as against 141 costing a to tal of $6,269,800 the same month Tast year, making a lose of eighty-eight In the number of bulltfingp, but a gain of )ll,609,02o in the amount involved. Plans were filed for four dwellings costing a total of $180,000 as aggalnst one costing 1120,000 the same month last year; six tenement houses costing $2,5.15,000 as against one costing $2,500, 000 the same month last year; four loftj and store buildings costing a total of. $43,325' an against three costing $325,- | 000 last year : six office buildings cost- ' Ing $13,500,000 as against nine costing' a total of $2,190,000 last year, and fl*e , manufacturing and workshops costing $716,200 aa against one last year. I / IN Tllb AUCTION ROOM. II Vf?f; Hfrrrl. By George 1'rlce. Glover ?t, 1A21, w a, ITC.S ft * of CnsiM ! lllll av, 25x73.0: Fannie H Youn*i>, trustee, naalnat Au(ni?t Hchanll at al: flnl'lnln. Holt, ] Julllnnl & Fl*her, sttya; amount due, $2.11K; taxes, Ae. $.-.07.60; to Michael II McHugli for W.7-Q. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. tIOTET. I.tTi nitNB. '.'Ol Wnl 79ih St. HOTEL WIL.LARD. 76th St. A Wait Kntl A?. nuTIL THKnra,*" 7th Av., 124th to lilMh Hta. INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, ?C, PRATT m:1 U m i|? (I'J Want -t.ith atre?t, flacretsrlal training: itiUlvMuai tmtrurtlon. SiaiMr rati*, Mtu din la undar alatarn not admitted. PLOT BUYERS ACTIVE IN NORTHERN BOROUGH Samuel Breticr sold plot. ."16x150, on the east side of University avenue, ; fxtcnding through to Harrison avenue, about SO feet ."outh of Burnside avenue, through K. Osborne sjmlth to the Deacy ; Construction Company, John Deacy pifs- i Ulent, for immediate mm moment with a six stoiy apartment house. Tho plot o i the W< st .<iil<j of MorrU , avenue, 70.2 feot north of lStth atre.-t, 1 has been sold by Gforgo F. Curtin to i the l>ebb Corporation, l^eo L?evlnaon president. It is partly covered with a. 2 V-j story dwelling and stable. N meas- ! ures 114 feet on Morris avenue and ex- ! tends 187.1 feet through to Walton ave- j nu?\ at which point the frontage Is '11 feet. A consideration of $37,000 was ' paid. lCnnis & Slnnott resold to John J. Lynch a building plot in the west Bronx, which the new "owner contemplates lm- , proving. The deal Involved the property, j 166.10x13 7x100, at the northeast corner; of Burnslde and Harrison avenues. It was resold through Albert D. Phelps and Harry J. Rogers, a? brokers. l^eon G. Losero sold for J. P. Miller j to Kmil W. Krandsen the plot. 54x125, j on the west side of Bast Tremont ave nue, 48 feet cast of St. Lawrence ave REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. nue. on which a three story garage will b ?? erected. D. A. Trotta sold for Abraham M. Yon Praag allil Sophi" Von T*raag a plot, 76x 100, at the northwest corner of Roberta and Mahan avenues. The estate of Katharine lTrstadt sold to the Rlckplr. Operating Company the property at i:96?i to 2988 Third avenue,' through to Bergen avenue, and tw< nljr elx feet south of 158d street, having a frontage of twenty-seven feet oil Third avenue, fort> -nine feet on Bergen ave nue and a depth of 186 feet. The pur chaser wlil raze the old buildings now on the plot and erect a furniture or de partment store. This la the first axle of the property since 1885. J- Clarence Davie* negotiated flie sale. a?felTTS Til A TVS ACTIONS. J. Albert Johntru. sold for J. Burnett Jones his home, 50x125, at 140 Central avenue. Flushing, to Charlote A. Meyn. Ella M. O'Kane sold through the Thomas A. McWhlnney Realty Com pany the O'Kane building at Mott ave nue and blie hong Island Railroad cross ing. Kar RoeUaway, to a Mr. Smith of Whitehall, Inc. George H. Rowe has purchased an apartment in 133 Twenty-second strr^et. Jackson Heights. J. c. Wilde purchased an apartment in 143 Twenty-third street. Jackson Heights. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. h TO-DAY--Go to YONKERS where all tbo remaining lots in Lowerre Summit Park are to be sold separately, for whatever they may bring. at ABSOLUTE PUBLIC AUCTION By Order of Samuel J. Bloomingdale for Bloomingdale Bros. At 2 P. M., on premises, RAIN OR SHINE, under mam moth tent 400 BUNGALOW LOTS On Wendover Koad. Linn Avenue, 4'utnam Avenue, Ritchie Drive. Marshall Road and adjacent streets and avenues. 70% at 6%?60% at ?50% at 5% May Remain on Mortgage New York Title & Mortgage Company policies free. GO TO THE PROPERTY TO-DAY Take Interborough Broadway-7th Avenue Subway Express to Van Cortlandt Park and thence bv trolley on llroadway and McLean Avenue to the properly; or take the New York Central Railroad (l?utnam Division) from Orand Central Terminal or Sedgwick Avenue Station to the Lincoln Station, which is right at the property. 67 Liberty Street (J J A y)\(} Telephone New York f Cortlandt 0744 r Auctioneer / REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. JO*El'il r. DAV, Beat Estate AueMoos**, ?7 Liberty St.. W. T. Phono Port. T?. IE RE JOHNSON JR. CO.. AmUmhis 1#8 Montagu* St.. Brooklyn. N. T. CITY REAL ESTATE. BUSINESS HesS FROPERTT Borough of Brooklyn?Sale or Rtnl. BROOKLYN LOTS AT BARGAIN PRICES on Wast Und Subway. 70th St. Express Sta tion at properly, building boom going on; 80 hoUBM built and ?old; 50 more under way. Come out Sunday and sc? for yourself. Lots selling fn*t. |<500 per lot up to 11,500. All Improvements whloh are in are paid for, sewers, water, etc. Schools and etoree; 10 mbiutAS to Coney Island, 23 minutes to New York. Offlco on property, corner 16!ll Ave. and 77th St., or apply week days. C. P. WATERMAN. 195 Montague Strfft, llrooklyn. Telephone Main 800, REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY, Long Island?Sale or Rent. FOR SALE?OCEAN FRONT With 2 largo furnished room house*. 40 and 23 rooms. Space for 100 Bunealowa. Faces on waterfront and two afreets. Terms. I2L.DKItT REALTY CO., 303 Beach 85th St.. Rockaway Beach. If ll/OI F 1,70 N- v If WW V/L?a ? Exceptional bargains. ? * * " on the North Shore. taMM iijSSJSSMSffaL Mouses Along llie Great South Bay. rRlltt.MIAH ItOKISINS. Babylon. I.. I. Tai. M. Westchester?Sale or Rent. CIUr.vrEI B. GR1FFKN t CO.. Weitrhester's Leading Realty Uxperts. II East 41at st. Murray Hill MM. New Jersey?8nle or Rent. THE C0L0NIA HILLS PLAN Provides Fine Home* at Colonia Hills, N. J. First Payment of Only $25. Oet particular* from Colonia Bldg. & Dev. Co., ?17 W. SI Bt. Tel I'itzroy 6581. RUTHERFORII REALTY BARGAINS? i:nw. H. BROWN. Bhafer Bldg.. Rutherford. BUSINESS PLACES TO LETT l-'rom Battery to I4tli St.. Inclusive. CORNER BUILDING 8 rooms and lurge etoiu, suitable for res taurant, 7N Lalght St., corner Washington. Keys at HO. OTTINUKR * BROS., 31 Nas sau St. APARTMENTS ? UNFURNISHED. Above 39tli St.?51 li At. to East River. 1133 MADISON AV. Near 84th Ht. 3 room apartment, tegular liltchen, all Im provements; rental #7.1 and $90 n month _ Inquire Buperl'itemlmit on Premise* Alioie 5!ith St.?Mil Av. lo North River.. APARTMENTS TO LEASE ?, a' p art >if, n t t:?0 West I Kith Ht. Bet. Aimtordam *vt. A- Mornlngelde j nrlve. opposite Columbia College j grounds: convenient to Broadway j aubnay station and nil surface eats. Itlrnl Refitted Section. 8 Extra Large i-Mzed Hooms vllh additional Large Foyer Re ? '?ptlon Room, " I ,l ltatlis. Handsome Light f; Modern. Decora- ; tlons to suit. IMMEDIATE POSSES SION and from OCT. 1st. Hvperiutridritt an I'trmh"*. or Onn r I MANHATTAN HOHTS. IMP. Co.. Inc. 1 201 Broad Mil y Tel. Bnrclny I9M ELDORADO < rntral Park West, <'or. gist SI. APARTMENT HOTEL Kestniirnnt, Roof Harden, Nun Housekeeping Unites of 2 TO 3 ROOMS Rent including maid service. Rental $73 to $f30 per month. Inquire on Premises or SHARP A CO., 2489 Broadway. An nfiertitem'nt tn thr hunt <mt I found lolumn? of THE SEW YORK H tCRALD of fern a retrl fw.isi bility of recovering ynnr I oaf property. * APARTMENTS ? UNFURNISHED. Washington Height*. Above l*5th St.. Wf?t of ftth Av. THE RIVIERA Riverside Drive?156 to 157 Sts. Apartments 4 to 10 Rooms. Some for Immediate posh cm Inn. The pre mier fireproof apartment building of the Wont Side, occupies entire block. 4 ele vators. Atmosphere and service un ?quailed. SHARP & CO., Agents, 2480 IT way. Tel. Rlveraidc 4*74-7*11. A. J, ODEL.L, Resident Supt. MONEY TO LOAN AND WANTED ON BOND AND MORTGAGE. 1 own $-400,000 worth of business property on the main street of Buffalo : I want a first mongngi! of *200,000; will pay a liberal bonus. Address D IW.'._Heral?._l'HO Bway. CITY REAL ESTATE. ARllFORTH "i CO., 001 5th av. Tel.~Mur ray HIi 1 014V. CUSHMAN X. \VAK E FIE L D, INC~ ^0 East 42d at.. New York. EARLE & CAI.HOUN. REAL K8TATE 89th 8t. and D'way. Tel. MM Columbus. K. C. H. VOGLKR, Amsterdam av. anil K2d st. 1 ROM A INK I1ROWN, 10 East 48d St. NA8HOIT <? LANNING, REAL E8TATK S9th St. and Broadway. Tel. 8.180 Riverside From Battery to Mth St., Inclusive. II. P. VAUGHN.?Greenwich Village real ?? tate. ."7 Greenwich av. Chelsea S33!>. Above 14th St. to 5Mh St. (Inclusive). East River to North River. 46TII. Sli) W.?Two attractive rooms, titad bath : pnrquel floors; $80 tt'O Borough of Bronx?(tale or Rent. GE AV., 3041 (one block w?rt -31st st. Broadway subwaj).? Four rooms, all Improvements; good neighborhood. In quire premises. RIVERDALE, 27S West 2111st.?Most beautf ful section of Bronx; iti'w 2 family hous* ' tax exempt; all Improvements. AUK (CRM AN Borough of Brooklyn?Sale or Uent. FLATBU81I. Beverly Road Section?One fam ily detached stucco and shingle, with tap estry brick porch; 50x100; II rooms, 2 hath* electricity, hot water heating system; par quet throughout; built In shower; kitchen tiled to celling; electric laundry; built t'i electric vacuum, with receptacles on all floors; terraced lawn, slieplng porch; 2 car parage; newly and artistically decorated; convenient to Brighton subway. Owner needs money and will sacrifice. Open Sundays. RALPH SLOANE, 887 Flathush av. Flat bush 1032B. IDEAL home community at Tabor Court, 111 minutes from New York's business district on aen Beach ilne Broadway nubway. only one block from J1 til av. end of Fort Ham ilton av. station. price *12,.100; SLOOO cash buys our new tapestry brick one family houses, fl and 7 rooms, ? glass enclosed porches, 2 open fireplaces, parquet floors throughout, attractive private street with garage space In rear; tennis court on prop erty and golf links nearby. D. G. CAMP BELL, builder's agent, 1217 03d St. Phona Bensonhurst (Kill. Borough of Queens?Sale or Rem. A OOI.ONY FOR ARTISTIC PEOrLK. THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL IN NORWOOD GARDENS. Designed for artists, architects, doctors, lanyers. teachers. writers, actors and others v ho seek a homo of artistic Individuality in Ideal surroundings: nothing llks It In or sround Now York city; exteriors by \Valt"r Hopkins of Warren 4- Wet more; Interiors by Philip Rcanyk. Phone Vanderblll 04H4 for photographs, plans and full particulars. RICKHRT BROWN REALTY COMPANY, 12 Vanderhllt av., New York. $2,000 CASH, balance like rent; new Colonial brick dwelling containing 0 rooms, tiled bath and garage; Interior finished through out in white enamel with mahogan) finished doors: pain""' floors, steam heat, sae, elec tricity and sewers: 5 minutes' wall, to water front pari' with bathing; I block to express station; IS minutes to Grand Central; 15 year Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. mort gage. .T. a. WITHERS, r.2 Vanderblll av., room 1314. Phono Vanderbllt 0484 REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY. I .on* island?Sale or Rent. , AT FRBBPORT. L. I.-New Summer bun galow, 4 room" and hath, on plot 30x100. f'rlce |S.250. on easy terms. JOHN ,T. RANDALL COMPANY. | |.1 V. Long Reach Av., Kreeport. N Y I EDAnituWIT, i r Biar bargain for Ml* io room house, 3 hath rooms, all modern Improvements. MILLER, Br>ant G373 or j Far tlwkan ay I01B. ? M.li'onN'lA BUNGALOW, In restrh u 'i soettoti: 7 rooms, stucco, modern; 111,100, cash 13,000 Tel Jamaica jinin . tiv-\ SAMMIS, Huntington, L t. | Opn i' n. T l t.tr.. Homes ami Acreage. FAR ROCKAWAY.?10 room house, all Im provements, lot 50x100; price >10,000. | PAINE, 2114 Motf av.. Far Rockaway. Fhon< I n? Rn.-kamy 2.121. FINE homes. near station and hay: SH-flOO an>l up. MONFORT A HEOEMAN. Port W ashington. Tel. lull.