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MIDYALE STEEL GO.
LOST IN LAST YEAR
Imports Net Lo?s 13.513
ill 1021 ?Net I'rolit in 1920
Was SI 2.12 1.010.
Th'j J1 id vale S.etl and Ordnunee Com
pany lost In 021 $0,313,513. after in
t'.rest, depredation, &e. In 1920 its net
r-r fits were $1?.4^l.t'l41. The company's
r port Is but another from various units
In thi> steel industry shoving1 to what
extent the extreme depression of 1921
aiTected their position. Ilia Mldvale's
operating profits, which aggregated
almost $20,000,000 in 1920. were reduced
In 1921 to SI 210.609. The follow inK
table compares the chief feature* of Its
ircome accounts of the tvo years:
' P-J1 W.'fl
Operatln* profits $ I ,U1 .".000 $Ji? ?IST."-M I
? niipr Income 1,t;-M.v.s 2.5.17 .KM* ?
I ? pree'atlon. tc r>.t(M,A)Ts ?l,Ttr..~.'_'
' nd Interest S/Mti.'xv.' ",7.'i4.K11 j
N-' io?s .*.oir.,rvi.'. ?ti,?2-i.nifi I
I ivid'nds 1,000,000 *.(>00,000 |
I', fie it V.Stt.513 *1.?24.l?l!? I
'Surplus i
The corporation's ppyro'.l In 1921 was
921,864,985. and less than It has been in
nany yea us. In 1920 the payroll was
)..8,828.739, and in the high year. 191S,
$.'?9.304,724. Its average number of em
ployees of last year was only 1 i.432 in
contrast to 27.224 in 1920, and 34,434
In 1918.
A comparison of the salitnt items of
the company's balance sheet at the
close of 1921, compared with that of the
j car before, is given in the following
tr.ble:
AS3KT3.
i i 1P20
rloperty ?r.d plant. .(202.834,363 S1S3.914.01S
l-ii cstments li> asso
? a'.ctl companies.. 2.01.,200 1 ,S7-.4."iO
C ail) l.-UJH.Il'tt 27.CM.P-J1
Ci'Stemers* acts 4. tRO.rn.'j l.".,?i;4.9H>
/> i!\ *nc? payments.. 1Ton (trili.fl.1."
J? feelvables 1.727,844 1,250.07!*
i curttlcs 13.4?*?.r.77 n.01ft,77n
J \ enterics 3ff.S19.SU 4.-.,:M>::,H;"
6 adi.v tlebrors 2.448,n.".2 3,l?rt?.84"
M ABILITIES.
0 i'pitst stock IOO.OOO.OOO 100.000.00rt
I'ther stock 10,r.01.330 1O.nOl ,3,'tO i
7 i:ii<1?'d debt 32,13l,rO0 KI.Kri.r00
\ ouclicrs -,.,'-7,7i1!) ::.."i22,490 I
Accruals 4,l"1,7".( 8.?0*., i!? I
1 ~rr\ e* 43,033.034 44.942.7R7 I
I-'oflt ami I.'j?j stir
plus 33,001 ,S?;;G S4I.M3.430 |
Hi~h freight rates and low selliny ?
prices are tesponsible for a great part :
uf the situation, according to William
Corey, president of the company, j
111' Industry is handicapped by high I
<? it of fuel. r?e said. High freight rate*, i
I. added, were the principal factor in 1
preventing a re'.unj to normal. an<1
fptil adjustments are made to conform;
t ) peace conditions r.o industry 'n !
v h'ch transportation is a bis factor can j
prosper.
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1-00 Gardner Mori. 13 H'\
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1000 Coodyrai- Tire. 10' i fr,
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1400 Perfection Tire Hi S'.i
170" Poxl um Ccr*al CO *.Vt
liiofl T'o?tinn c pf..10"J"? lOSti
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14."i0 Todd Klilpjd*.. DOU 7"'. 7.">,?
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11100 t nit Prof flh 1?i m l.t - A
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17000 fn R?t Car.dv. %'i 4:. .. I
100 ppti * 1: 1,. p. so so so
100 rs<; * R 2d p. 4i.i 4'i 4'i -u
4001: S niatrlb... 20', 20 "Oil J.-IU
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200 Willy? t?t pf. h", 4 l'i
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'0 Comhrrl'd 1' I?.1*!? 110 | m
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CfO c?lrnn SI* Oil. ?7 ?? 11
!'0 flllNiO P t,. ..17(1 171 171
M". linn Oil .1041.', 102 IMS
'*0 Indian, p I,.. ??*_? 11:;
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too p.-rn Ml - Piwl r."-' 2"'
m Prnlrlia p L. .240
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10 \-r?rnun' Oll...:V40 ."10 ."to
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KVKi Alltn Oil ? 30 so so
lpr.00 Allied oil t s .1 1
H>0fi Alii. 1' on n*m 2V 2'! 22
lltflO Am ()|l.t 2S 2"i
.100 Am 1* '111 of 2'.'. I'i 3?t
700 Atlan'li Pi't.. "??( V, Mi
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8.1-100 Ttnonc oil ? 17 V.I i t
4(;mm 1 to** V'yotii. ,f 70 ;.t 11;
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rouo lldmond* o?..t 10 .1.1
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' 1000 llrtol OH ? I 4
1000 llim-rrlda Ollt 2 2
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Hudson O.l .. i 4.1
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y.aracaim Oil.
Ma-gay Oil....
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Mi-rid!an Pet.?
Met. i't Oil....
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Mejii o Paauco
Mexico O l . . -'?
:.'ldw\>rt Oil... 2%
Mountain Prod llr,
Mutual CM r.%
Nat Oil i X .11. 2%
Nau Um Land
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Noble Oil t 22
.VcMf Oil 16
No Aui Oil.... -
Nortii veai OH. 22
Ohio Banger ? '0
on:ar O A- d.. 7"<
P'-nnoh Oil .. "?
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II el Ban!: Oli.i 'J7
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Ryan CojiioI... 4%
Seabd O * G.t 90
Salt CrU new.. 13%
Sijpulp:'. H f... 3
Savoy OU 1
Siianin I'-'t 10%
Sinclair Ctttt.. - ? _?
Sm-lly Oil 3%
Southwest O. i' 1
South P & K... .:
Spen?.cr Pet...tOo
Stanton OU. . .t 23
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lOu Alva redo Mia. 7
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2.^iu>i Mont COip t
2U4o(0 Boa * M IJ..T 41
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l.it.10 Canada Cap.. i 2't
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2ooo Ccns A ri :anh. 1 4
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2.000 Cottci Silver.Y i?2
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2 iXkt Nev Sil Horn., 3
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1000 StiMvart MIn..f 3
1000 TPC'k-l!UfIi<'?.'.' GS
100i^> Ton )>ehuont.. 11J
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2W?I Ton N Star..+ 3
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Alum 7* "25. .101*t
Alum 71" '33.. 102N
Am Cot Oil ?v I.'5S?
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B-avcr Bd ''(I'i
Pith St '? 23.101*,
B-'tlt St "a '33. t02',
C N T. en 'S3..loo
Can TVr 0j...1fl0*i
Cant Stl S" Ml. !??'i
C Rrr 7", d It.lOO
C C.raf JM '25.. ."!>U
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Con? Cop 7?.. 33
Con (la* 7?( '22.101'i
ccKi^r 7**31.103
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Cop K::p '23.102%
Cop Kxr> H? '24.103
C ton ' 23..104'!
Cub T 7'i* * 11.104** 1?;%
Cud P 7? '29...101 100%
nreri- & Co 8*. OS'j
l'u I. t P 7:i*.10t'i
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K?d Id IIU 'vn. I Of 5,
Boii Calr 7s'.'" M'?
Oal Si* Oil 7*.10l'i
(}?ti A?p S?...103
(niod Tire 7?...M'l
(Jrand Tr 6';*..103
0.11f OH 7*.. .10Ct?i
llelna Co 7? . . . 1044
llrrah Ch 7U* IOP4
llooil Boh "0 . 00?i
Humble Oil 7*. 101
Indlaho 8s "20.101
Indlalio 8s '31.100
Interho It T 7* 87
I P T 8- "22... 82'i
Jllllu* Ka I* Co. OflV,
K O * E r.? '52 B0'f
Kmwr Cop 7*. 102V.
Kln*?Col.t G',1* 08'i
1.?flei!e tia* 7* MtH
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Manlt P 7 Ml. 04 ?
Mnrland O 7'.',* ^>0
Mor * Co 7':*.10?
Nat Afme 7'4? MV4
N C t Knit 8*. 10D-.
Nat I.*atli .4*. 08";
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.35 -M
BUSINESS NOTES
AND TRADE NEWS
Popular Taste Returns to Nar
row Ribbons for Millinery
Purposes.
Interts'. is as<in centering on ribbon'
of one inch to two inches In width for
millinery Some medium widths up to
five inches are selling in fair quanti
ties for lat> spring hats for""streamer
effects, but very wide fabric* are with
out lite, from a sales viewpoint. Bright
colors and plain effects are predomi
nating in the demand. Dealers rcpo't
that many buysrs from the midwest
and the Pacific Coast are in town ami
aithougn they are doing considerable
shopping, they also ave placing consid
erable orders for merchandise for lm
nK-.iiate and future deliveries.
\ri'l.?p.ir Manufacturer* Busy.
Women's necktrcar manufacturers are
tailing i he situation in their own hand
ami i unning their plants on a full pro
duction basis. In anticipation of a rush
order business for the Easter trade, but
ord.r.n received have been light. Cheap
er grades of laces are receiving consid
erable attention from operators tor
spring busines on the theory that
many dresses being prepared for sum
msr wear will feature lace collars and
< uft?. Irish .inen i? looked for to play a
part in spring neckwear for women's
garments.
UrrM Association Convention.
Problems pertinent to relations be
tween dress manufacturers' and retail
ers will be Ih ? chief points of dis
cussion at the two day convention >1"
the Associated Dress Industries of
America which opens to-day in the
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, "('hanging mer
rhandisltig conditions require now tin
d irstandings,-' raid David X. Mo.ses
sohn, executive director of the asso
ciation, In a statement issued on Sat
urday. "and we hope, with the council
and advice of the men who have con
sented to addro&s our meeting, to form
the be-si* for di-ciission which will help
to stliiiulat.' business and promote
greater harmony between us and the
retailer." Leading facte-." in local whole
sal:* and retail fields will address buoi
ne-j-i sessions of the convention.
l/'ndrrtvenr Manufacturer* Meet.
The ne?:t meeting o.' the athletic un
derwear manufacturers division, group A
of the International Association of Gar
ment Manufacturers, formed recently to
establish a st?nuard scale fcr under
wear. will be held in the organization's
headquarters in this city on .March 14,
A. !?'. Allison, secretary of the i'S30Cia
tion, ins announced. A purpose of the
meeting will be the appointment of
licensing committee to inspect unti
wear produced by manufacturers snii
pats on its qualifications under the
measurement s-ale adopted. Athletic
underwear samples will be submitted for
Inspection in the meeting.
trice Cooperation In Crrdlt,
Cooperation among creditors in the
interests of themselves and liontst hut
embarrassed debtors, was urged by the
trade association of credit men in a
lunclicon meeting of the Credit Hound
Table of Association .Secretaries on Fri
day. That cooperation among creditors
is the best guarantee of fairness to the
creditors themselves, confederation of
hones? debtors and strong action against
debtors Implicated in fraudulent under
takings was the opinion expressed.
COAL USEES SCORN WARNING.
Muyinjc Sliows Little Increase De
?pltr I.livelihood of Strike.
"Warning from Washington, failure of
the union labor leaders to cffect 6 con
ference to settle the wage difficulty ar.d
even the apparent certainty of a strike
o? hofh anthracite and bituminous min
ers, April I. has had little effect upon
the tranquillity of the domestic coul con
sumer." say* the Mack Diainonti.
"To a. lesser extent this is also true
of the industrial buyer, ar.d. although
toal Is being produced in far greater
volume to-day than sixty days ago. last
week shows a falling off In tonnage
compared wRh the week previous.
"Export trade continues to be char
acterized rather by Inquiries than by
orders, and the outlet at tide is prac
tically cut off. so that such coal as
usually flo'.vs to the piers is seeking
markets in the central West.
"Kaatern markets show little change
from conditions of the last two weeks,
exccpt that anthracite in New Yoik is
moving a little bit more slowly, while
in Philadelphia the demand is somewhat
stronger."
REIS COMPANY LOSS $190,813.
Blame I,aid to Men's Economising
on I'ailtrTrear.
Pob?rt Pels & Co. suffered a sharp
loss from operations last year, according
to the annual report of the president,
Arthur M. Pels, made public yesterday.
The company had a net loss of $1'J0,813
aft?r Inventory depreciation which
amounted to 1240,000. Manufacturing
and merchandising profit* on sales be
fore charging off inventories and in
terest aggregated 5115,509.
"Men economise in their underwear,
which item is the major portion of our
product, more readily than any other
wearing apparel." Mr. Pels declared In
bis report to stockholder*.
MORE CERTIFICATES SOLD.
Treasury "* > ?" Small Investors
Took Bulk of Issue*.
Washington'. March 5.?Sale of Treas
ury certificates of the new issue in Feb
ruary totaled $11.60:1,698 in maturity
value, an Increase of about $480,000
over January, according to Lew Wallace,
Jr.. Director of Savings.
Mr. Wallace declared the record was
"particularly gratifying," since the
Treasury had not undertaken any In
tensive campangn to place these cer
tificates in the hands of small Investors,
who are taking the bulk of the sales.
SKW KXUI.AXD Mil,!, STOCKS.
BOSTON. March fsles of manufactur
ing stock* here last week Include the fol
lowing:
Pr e\ ions
Current public
3 Nashua Mff *'
40 Naumeag H Cotton -Jl't 553
12 Sara Ixnvell
1 Wamsutta lis', 123
A Hsto I.ow-11 !?'!*", 211'i
2 Hood Rubber pf 9M? ?r.;,
t Ronton TV flH1,
3 Merrtrnse ChetnleBl 84 Sa'i
20 New f inals id Oil pf 32 ,'t"
7 Flak Rubbsr 1st pf 72'i To
1 Draper
00 V. M. Worsted -t
::no t*. s Worsted.... '-'Oo ? voe
13 t; H. Worsted 1st pf l- i
20 V. f Worsted 1st pf
1 West Roy lston Mfg pf......
r, No Bo?ton Ma. Prop*. pr.. *?-?, W
in URBctt Inter, pf 4fl*i ?*>
in> MerHmac Chrrnlrsl SJ S8 ,
23 Fidelity Cspltsl
i Converse Ruober pf We Si
U.S. GRAIN GROWERS, INC.,
FORMS SALES COMPANY
110,000,000 Bushels Expected
to Be Marketed Yearly.
Chicago. March 3.?Officers of the
United States Grain Growers, Inc., to
day announced lnrorpora?'on of the!
I'nlted State.* Grain Growers Sales ;
Company, a nub#ldlary, to operate at
once in the Chicago, Kansas City, I
Omaha. Indianapolis and Minneapolis'
rncrltet.*. Its cftk-era say It will be the
lurgesf ffi-atn selling firm in the world, j
More than 110.000,000 bushels of!
grain ?vi'I be marketed each year on
the present membership b^jsis. official*
:niu \ membership campaign resulted
recent'y in 2!000 farmer memberships
?ach week, adding more than 4,000.000 j
bushel? a week contracted with the |
farmers' organisation.
'The United Stales Grain Growers
Sales Company will engage in a genera! '
prain business and perform all the
funoticni of rrrain Aims in the terminal
markets," President C. II. Gustafson ]
said.
Dtrc.-tors plan* to appoint advisory
boajtlfi from the directors of farmers
elevators and local grain growers' asso- r
ciatior". it was announced.
Membership in the United Stat'-* j
| Grain Growers. Inc., has passed the j
?>0,090 mark, officials said to-day. Vhey
added that more than 8"i per cent, of j
the 50,075 grain growers are concen
| trated in Illinois, Nebraska, Indiana i
North Dakota. Iowa ard Missouri.
RKCEIYBKS IX BANKRUPTCY.
Receivers In bankruptcy appointed Satin- !
i day In United States District Court were:
' 3CHUI.KIND BROTHERS. :;n Broad st.?|
Harold Remington, receiver for David C. 1
?chulkl'id and Samuel Madrid; bond. 5."..000. ]
Estbl'ated liabilities, $20,000; :>ssets, ?10,- :
000. Including a scat on Consolidated Ex- :
change. j
| BXCEPTIONAI, PICTURES CORP.. 1540
Broadway?John L. Lyttle, receiver; bond,;
| *2.000.
PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY.
Petitions in bankruptcy filed Saturday In I
United Stat" - District Court were;
; MARY STOKES (also known as Mr?. E. M. I,
Sloknl, 3It) Main street, Pougbkeepali? j
Voluntary. 1.labilities, $4,191': assets. |
Alexander C. Dow, PoughUeepsle, at- ;
Iorney for bankrupt. . ] I
DAVID SCHECHTER. bakor. 15S Suffolk;
str>et?Voluntary. Liabilities. $918; in as
i "cr.-i. Harold I.. Uunstler. attorney for
Hjink-upt. j
EDGAR A. COVH. tv.4 Oram avenue. Bron*
' ? Voluntary. Liabilities, ST.lTtl; Eiscts, ]
?tltii'i. A. Wheeler Palmer, attorney for
bank-upt." .. ,
HH;;KST H. CLARKE * CO. (Brne't H.
C!a',-c. stoct- broi-evl, ." Rector street? . <
Involurtary. by VVSi iam Kobe. ? bo claims |
i sr.-'O: Walter E. Wills. $R2. and Polysr-aph t .
t'ri-tlnr Co.. *"0. Estimated llnbi'itl"s. ] '
I *100.000; ?4s?ts. $250,000. Francis !,. i
KoMroan. attorney for petltIonr?-". David |
It. .Miller. i?"elver; bord. $r0.000.
BALL i RI7D1CH. INC.. furs. 39 West ,
?IPC- street?in'olur.'ary. by Rudolph I
1 is- id. who etrlnis S.".(K>; Sally Messhiger, ,
*roft nd Louis F>-eld?1. *.",00. Samuel C. I
DuberMein. atto-n-y for petitioners.
JtDGXGNTS ED.
Tin- following Judgments' were file
ii;rr!a>, the first name being that tm i
I ueotoi :
MANHATTAN.
WDERSOX. Thomas William
\V;tilam, Jr.?F. J. Dougn
t.'-.ssi.o'i;
li M A X. Emma ? Columbia
:?!,v Co 1.000.00"
v \',? Peter?Same 1,000.00
111- . STAR LINE CORP.?V. _.tf ,,
i BKNXTii'V, Ralph C.--K. C. Sehlitze. l'fc.87
| CHEMICAL IMPORTING & Mfr'G.
CO.?F. A. lit ally, inc i,603.jO
CITV O!'" X. V.?A. 1- Outdone A- _
Son, ?>,o33.4?
1 Cl'LLEN, Katharine W.?Stev.art
?? Co ooo.-O
DllBYSPPOOL. Louli V.-B. Nord
! Iltiier HI ?
I DOXAllUB. Lavvientrc? E. Motiuon
_ G.ool 24
DODGE," Vta'roli C.?Bchwartrnael
der Co. ? 1?10,.0 ,
A. M. GOLDBERG BROS.. INC. I
?J. Deri Ice ei al i'V.'" j
EISKNBERG, Karklaan and .V;
Arnsti rduru Ca-uslty Co.?PiO(.le,
_ l.oOO.OO
FAY,"' Pai'rlck iuaell-: Phonograph
Co.??Sl.r.i I'tin Pub. Co.. Inc.... ..91.15
GI1UXEKI.EK. Earl?C. Crottcineyer 23,^S1.4S
! MIR VMS. Emanuel. Joseph flan
port and Samuel Hershflcld-S.
I Xst'tanson
I COMBES. John J. <?>. J. Combes t?
| Co.I? Bppens Smith Co 401.$0
I CAP.OB1NB, Andrew ? Btovnfels
Ton his I,u4.,40
i EB'lt.I.. Francisco tEbeil t Co. i? ?
llroadwuy Flenl>y Corp
Gt.OUE INDEMNITY CO. and H.
K. Corbin Co.. inc.?Village o!
Contou, X. Y 22,1.1.40
GORDON, Ceo. l.oula W. Gordon
and I.eo Gordon Shoe Co., Inc.? _
Tiiangle Shoe Mfg. Co B01.2ft
HIRSCH, Solomon, or Sol?V. SUIo. ,>J2.l>0
HANDEL.MAN, Alexander, and
Abraliatti Steinberg (Handelraan
* Steinberg)?P. l.ennra et t.1 42?.lo
HORIZON CORP. Affix?A. Broc
Incr 1,OSi.05
JACOBS, Arthur A., and Daniel
Mann-1. l,i?bt!nK ri al ?13.3l !,
KRONEN*BERG, William?Carman o _ j
| Supply Co., Inc 428.8.'
' LYONS. Thomas M.? and Fidelity
g Deposit Co. of Maryland?Pro
|,j. % 2,000.00 I '
MAGNUS. Muiray?B. Sllbarman... .">47.15 M
MORDMAN, William?I. Morrison.. 8ol.5T
MA NT IA. Colcetta?Wool Novelty
Co., Inc.. 665.00 j
NATION AD WEAVING CORP.?
G. G. Stege 3.494.11 i
XF.THEB'jAND holding corp.?
I,. E. Trlbflhorn 1,139.87 ,
PASTERNACK, Samuel ? Jacob
Rupp.Tt 514.32
PACKER, William N\?A. Kramer
et al 332.46
SAME?C. R. Stonger 1.H.9S
PI.ATT, Jess D.?II. Devy 434.91
ROTH, Ja"Ob B.?it. Xeuman et al.. ^28.?>l
RYAN. Edward?Columbia Casualty
Co. 500.00
RAFFERTV. Jerome J .?Tidewater
Electric Co., ln< '.180.14
ROTARY LAUNDRY SERVICE,
INC.?John T. Stanley, Inc 270.20
SAMPTER. Martin?Pacific Bank.. 218.43
SC.HOKL, Curl?Columbia Casualty
Co 500.00
s. W. MERRITT CO.?L. Laurence
| Co .66.06
SCHWARTZ. Alexander? C. Ahlers. 211.50
SPAN1 Ell, Anton, and Span Chem
ical Co., Inc.?S. B. Welssblatt... 1.068.40
WALSH TRANSPORTATION CO.,
INC.?Camp Tire Co.. Ine 442.34
WELLS. Wm. A.?Consolidated
Lenslnc Coip ??? 264.20
WADIIAMS. Natlian J., and Fi
delity and Deposit Co. of Md.?
Teople, *c ? 2,000.00 j
WEISS, Edw. B.?I/. Rudgsrs 02.91
WriL. Ella? and Motrls tWeil
nros.)-L. Whitman 4,490.54 |
'.VALLTBR. Henrietta F. (Wsller
Lighterago Co.)?London Guaran
tee and Accident Co.. Ltd. 404.35
YAVIS. Demosthouss, and Wm. K.
Woodman?M. Shelnart 225.44
BRONX.
ARROW TAXI CO.. INC.?C. A.
Part on* ? ? ?? ? ?? ?; -
Ct.EAV ELAND. John F.-T. L.
Mackcy
cilUGK J#irie??T. Crystal ?,004.51
Qnxsr', Alexander?'W. Stake 4- --j
tlAKPKL. Inlng F.?iI. A. 1llarrla. 214.'.*0
LINDKNpTBLD, Oua and A!ex.-S.
Uetntib
LA DORA TOILET PREP.. INC.
F. W. Crandall ?????? ? lib'?;!
LLRI*. Samuel?O. Sondlielm 0.104.V.
PAUL BERN ARD, JNC.and l?aac
1,057.12
I, Paut?J. Hamtnerslag
rETRULLO, Cosmlo and Nicholas
i ?Washington Comm. Co.. Inc.... .
i RE ALE, Anthony?A. Cohen....... .J4.i?
I ROCKWOOD. Nash, snd Cari L.
| McMahon?H. B. BlodRett. 7^2 S?,
isABESWITZ. Benjamin?H. Skeuse. 439.00
| STILLMAX, Isidore?N. Tanella... u.,0 .0
SATISFIED JUDGMENTS.
Thf* first name Is that of the debtor, the
second that of the creditor, and date when
ludgment was filed!
MANHATTAN.
Wt
'rH: 3,920
RirnBNSTBIN. Theodore?T. Rob
hi "on: Sept. 8. 192t -82M)
FLANAGAN, H. Nelson? L. Good
man* March 1? t?32.
IRWIN. May?J. J. Stelndler Co.;
June 28. 1918 (reversed) ..
FOX FILM CORP.-M. Ehrenrelch;
Jan. 3, 1921 (reversed), ..6..-.SJ
BERNSTEIN, Morris, and Ssmuel
Solomon -M. Kerker; Marcii .1.
* ? ?
SAMB-S Stclner; March 21. I9'.M. sni.!?s
? \Mr: -B. Stelrter; Man 1. 2t 1021. 81)1.98
liBOVEH, A. Bernavd??. U _ __
Chspln; July 14. 192' i.J.n.l.
CL\RtC. Thoma* P.? Bronx llot-e
Wrecking ft Building Co.. Inc.;
Nov 21. ?"
SAME?H. Htmmel: Nev. .1, 1921.. .>11 i
PRONX.
I ' ODOR. Antal?P. Krebe; Jan. 17.
i 1 Kl) ... e3Ti.7
200.00
News of the Red Estate World
How Reasonable Values Are
Determined Will Be Dis
missed in Lecture.
"Fixing thj; fair and leasonable value
of real cstato does no: necessarily mean
that the property could always be mar
keted at the appraised value." accord
ins 10 William Ue Boat, vlee-presl.
dent of Urulkshank Company, who will
Jh* R"al Kstat?' Students at the
Uest Ofdo 1. M. a. A. Tuesday evening
on ilie subject, "The Appraising of l;ea!
Estate."
"Willie every commodity in the world
has .1 iair and reasonable value." .said
Mr. l>c Post, "it is not always readilv
salable at such, and one can sec at a
glance that it would retard development
and building, and do a great Injustice
to the owner, lender and community if
mortgages wore only made on the in
mediate salable c liquidation value of
'' e' :,l1e- lowev'.T. an appraisal must
itviasurily be at a ngure at which In
ordinary times, with ?? reasonable period
In which to negotiate a sale, a willing
buyer cuuId bo iound.
an '^ral/ST 8r0 often l,reS8ed to issue
an appraisal in a great hurry, and will
be obliged to do so in manycase" but
they fihou.d never be hurried to suc.'i
an extent that tliev send out in nr?
'"'e 'J"y C0Mvinccd
that it is right, for one must never over
look the fact thai after an appraisal u
b'istorv and S<,|,t 0,u h becomes
? >. iVk i , '* Poetically impossible
-o wit lid raw it, and that on the stremth
tin ? appraisal money may be loaned
by rushes representing widow, andu
i,?nl f ,USt ,;0,r>ptt"!es or saving-.
but for estate^ '?r thC"' OWn 'nvcatmcSt
ro1 estate-j. so that no matter hnu
rs fx?-rn!r ,is pr?s3?d- umc?
due to war condltk>ns an^ the neeessarV
high cost of materials and labor thil
fic,ilt? ,ias bocome moat cJit
Tk lit. \o matter what a building mav
0 M"' unless it is an udem"f(.
prove,nont and well planned, it doe, noi
Its rose value to the land ti,1
tbe^iasffow v'CC;inS bu,ldin?s during
high ("o?t/ hie if i ttt ll,e PrevmlllnS
^ ? -V-rM
ZZ "VZ ?,?"or'r' -Si;
,, d"- a building is onlv
f ,WI" make the land pro
ai. .5ts&'5?ins
Ann rt men I ?nd Tenement ?PaU
J. FrtTMarrnErrflvehastre90ld thrOUsh
house. JrtxlOO at OS apartment
held at loO.OOO avenue
?,??" v?i, ? ^rr*. ?
eighty-seventh street. 26.8x102.2.'
I-.*** w.i. AUtr 0w;,;;nK
leased' "for ioi,? 5"
be altered into modern apartm ntf an
managed by ,jlc Je.slng agents Th'
lea*e I. for seven and a halfyear* with
a twentj-one year renewal privilege.
Plan for Private School.
JsTlOO,' a'tOr50 J no K^JTSSttr S^T'i
street xvfrr* fli. l ^ Second
Uwl"frf^ Rea|ty"?>rd"/nc.b/>o'r
at $^00?000.arC ^
Ilulldrr. Actlrr at Malha, |(. |.
The spring building campaign at
Malba promises to be the moat exten
sive- in the history of this home eolonv
In addition to the new country Hub
house under construction. C. r?. uf,?.rr
of Flushing Is crecting a house' for- |,js
wwupancy on North Drive. George
Choos of Manhattan is building ? sla
?0 home. Charles Crane, archltcc! of
Manhattan, is building a home. Mi-?
John Tlynds la erecting a new residence
adjoining l.er Fourth avenu- home J
C. Rafter has purchased a large ?,or.'
front show place, and George k Mor
row. Fred Fear and W. S. Chamn
making extensive Improvements to th.-ir
homes. Of the twenty-six new ho'iJl
recently erected by the Malba KsTat"
(corporation. Champ & Dasey. sales di
becn?soidrePOrt thal "" CXWpl "vc "ay.
MISCELLANEOUS LEASES.
, Sahoff Corporation with ,\.?|,.
fort.Ii & Co. cflfected a twenty-one year
BESOETS.
Bahama*.
| lsute on the southeast corner of Fifty
! street and Ninth avenue for Rob
ot W. Clianl?r, the well known artiat,
J' '? aggregate rental approximating
*3C>0,000. The lessees will improve the
j property for buvir.es:) and apartments
alio leased for the 1-9 Gouverneur
Street t'orporation the vacant plot at
Couvet neur and Divisio.i streets and
ICast Broadway, sise 64x100, at an ag
gregate rental for twentv-one years of
over $165,000. Tha lessees are imme
diately improving this plot with a Ave
otory apa.-tn ent house w ith ail mod
ern improvements.
Ames & Co. leased for Park Row As
sociates. Elbridge Alfred president, the
Ave story business building at 115 Park
row to Max Schwarzberg; also for 111
and 113 West Twenty-ninth Street Cor
poration the building at 113 West
Twenty-ninth street to Gerber & Silver
berg. The name brokers leased the lof;
in 10 Kant Twenty-ninth street to Ma
Belle Dress Company and space in 2
West Thirty-second street to Sweet Ac
Lovejoy, Inc.
i Charles (?'. Noyes leased store, base
ment and firs; loft in 410 Pearl street
to I'sntia ? Custogeorgc and the st-.irs
and basement in 124 Maiden l^ano t<>
th? rcic-otrc Silicon Company, a floor In
34 Warren street for William Crulk
I shank & Sons, agents, to Elchcn &.
Apple, and in 71 Murray street 1o
i Chicago Belting Company.
Dwlglit, Archibald k Perry, ine.,
leased store in 212 West Twenty-sixth
j street to J. W. Katz. a dealer in furs,
hides and skins.
J. Arthur Fischer leased for the i
Bradish Johnson Estate the garage at
6-7 to 639 West Forty-ninth street. !
175x100x117, to the Thirty-ninth Street I
Garage, inc., at an aggregate rental of I
I S200.000.
Brown. Whcelock Company. Inc., have
rented the Broadway whig of the second
I'oor in 52 Broadway to F. B. Keech &
Co.
Frederick Fox & Co., Inc., leased spa"e
in 14 West Fortieth street to Spinrad &
llaas, The Wlltnan Corporation and'
Stutzman & Sage.
Albert B. Ashforth, Inc., leased a
floor in "53 Fifth avenue to McClure.
Jones & lieed, and in 61 Fulton street
t>> Jacob M. Shcckman.
J. Arthur Fischer rented a furnished
apartment in 104 and 106 West Fcr iuth
? treet to I. B. Nickels; also an apart
mont in ihe same promises to V. H
Opponhelm.
BROOKLYN TRANSACTIONS.
The three story brick Industrial build
ing at 51 to 5," Navy street. Brooklyn,
opposite City Park and near the Jay
street and Wallabout terminals, has been
sold for the Lincoln Trust Company o?
New York to the Deep Drawn Metal
Corporation. The structuie contains
about 30,000 sciuat'e feet of floor area.
Burling it MoCurdy were the brokers.
The Mclnerney Klinck Realty Com
pany sold to an investor the three stoo
business and apartment building. 20x100,
in the south side of Chtircli avenue, 22
feet and 6 Inches east of East ICigh
tecntli street, for Dorothy Tolmack.
Charles Heymann sold the three
story building with store and brick ex
tension at 8SA Fourth avenue to Mina
Fornian. X. L. Levin was the broker.
Realty Associates sold a semi-de
tached one family dwellkig with garage
at 6725 Sixth avenue, between Sixty
seventh and Sixty-eighth streets, to Mrs.
E. ITedenkamp.
Cruikshank Company, representing
Louis I,. Brown, sold to a client of
James E. Ai not 77 Buckingham road, it
two story frame residence, between
Church avenue and Albemarle road. Af
ter extensive alterations the purchaser
will occupy.
Bulklcy & Horton Company fold 650
Mansfield place, between Farragrut and
filtnwood 'loads, for S. B. Swalne to n
client for occupancy.
J. Ijttrov sold for Louis Weiss to Louis
Kayfetz a vacant plot 40x100 on tlic
west side of East Twelfth sti?>et. 380
1 feet south of Avenue I. The purchaser
| will ercct a two family brick house w ith
double garage.
William P. Jones and Frank E. Linn
sold for John W. and Ralph W. Stone,
cxccutora. to Ralph H. Fogarty two lots,
tec'.i 20x100, on the east side of Albany
avenue, 557 feet south of Glcnwood road.
Fire Record
A- M. Loss.
" 1.1 \V. 20th St., ferrlng & Mer
.. rlel; t'nk iowii
10:-o??1'J4 Washington ?t., .V. V. Cen
Jrsl R. It I 'ukrt.wn
lu.'.j?Iti-Jti Madison St., Kmnnuel Fus
.. I?""'* Trifling
11:1I.>8 \\. 121st St.. Morris tSolo
? > yJ,r'~ Unknown
11:..0?.no Teasdale pi., Bronx, James
. Tlngley Unknown
11 :.At?XU K. 14th St., Harry Pnpploff.Ti Ifllng
11:30?34 W. 17th si.. National Thiead
r M Co Trifling
12187th st. and Arthur av., Bronx,
N. V. Telephone Co Unknown
1 :?0?.V? 5th av., Frederick Brown,.Unknown
I ?"-to 10th av., John Fletrher. .Unknow n i
: 09?40.1 W. .-1st st., Mary Hwce
n*y Unknown1
11:00?161? Webster av., Bronx. N. T.
Telephone Co Trifling I
3:43?8S W. 134th St., Pottle Will- j
Isms Unknown !
Green..Unknown
U:10? Morris a v. between 1S7th and
1.18th sts., Bronx, fence, Van
Buren Sign Co Unknown I
h:-j?100 R. 187th St., Bronx, Harry
Crar.iel Unknown !
100 William St.. Charles Young.Trtfllnn
i :1S? Convent av. and 143th St.. auto
mobile. Wilson Bcrtyman.. ..Unknown
8:4.'?*M14 West Thirty-ninth St.;
Pennsylvania Railroad Co...Unknown
RESORTS.
Bahamas,
NHS
BAHAMAS
I ANY lovers of Outdoor
Sports arc enjoying Golf,
Tennis. Riding. Sailing.
Fishing under ideal con
ditions at Nassau, 3 days
from New York, 18 hours from Florida.
frequent departures
Munson Line: S.
S. "Munargo," New
York, nails Tues
days. P. & O. Line:
Miami (Fla.), Mon
day, Wed.. Friday,
weekly. Ward Line:
New York each Sat.
Raymond - Whit
comb Tours: in early
March.
The Development Board
Nassau, Bahamas
Raymond ii Whilcomh Co.
Florida E. C. Hotel Co.
313 Fifth Ato.. Ken York
N'union S. S. Lines
07 Wall St., New York
Applj to ili*
uberi far detailed
information
AManfir City.
Atlantic CM*.
BOTHWESX
Virgin!* Ave acimnd houaa from Kmirdnnlt
ami Jltaal ?*|ar Kverjr ?pp?lntm?at. Hlafcfxt
Rlandat'f In ralafna and Roo<tlrt
XporlHl waakl;/ iat??. J Horh'vall, prot>
l?turpa?icl tar hraltlilul Heat aim
Hwrrutlan.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Urarj ?Moth la tha tmr.
Frank Bailey Says 'Feeder*
Roads Are Vital to Construc
tion of Dwellings.
By FRAXK HAII.EV,
President of the Prudcnce-Bonda
Corpoi-ation.
I'eople, I think, little appreciate how
nuch the housing situation is dependent
ipon a proper solution of the transit I
?filiation, especially in the Boroughs
>( Brooklyn and Queens.
When the proposition that the city
ihouid invest 5200,000,000 In the ex
ertion of the subways was discussed.
'nc of l'>e prime factors which called j
o its support all those interested it! I
:ivie improvement, was that it would
>pe:i up undeveloped fields of real
sliit? so that there would be an iri
?rease in Mat and dwelling construc
ion
Jr tlie transit situation had not
eaclied its present condition, there i
ttight have bten son-.e justification for
his public belief. The results to date,
lowcver. have been that the extensions ;
>f the subways have produced a still
argcr construction of housing for those
vim live up in the air rather than for I
hose who occupy homes. The construc- j
ion of apartments has increased and ;
l:os<? constructed were close to the new I
ransit lines where the transit was lm- ]
ireved because of the construction of
he subways. The feeders of these sub- ;
vay lines, bceausc of the inability of the i
?aiiroads to support them, and because !
>f the extinguishment of the transfer, ;
ipeedlly decreased In efficiency and the j
?obstruction in the outlying districts |
lid not increase as they would other- ]
vise* have done if the feeder surface |
ines had been able to run at proper i
:flieiency.
f view with great alarm the sugges- i
ion that a number of the surface lilies j
tic to be scrappcd and the whole thins I
s to be rebuilt within a period of, per- '
iaps. years, pending the litigation and i
he attempt to ccme to an agreement |
>etween the present administration and !
lie transit commission. The best inter- '
?sts of the city of New York lie in my j
ludgment in doubling the surface line I
yiileage and insisting that these feeder '
ines should run with a degree of effl- j
jiency so that cheaper land may be im- i
?roved witli dwellings and oeoplc ha\'e I
ea-onable transit to them.
By scrapping the surface lines the '
-ongestion is only going to bi increased I
Mid the development of homes is going j
o be decreased. The lack of constnic
ion of additional surface lines within
he pa t ten years, because of th* poilt
cal and other attacks upon the transit
.'ompanics. and because of the inabilitv
it tlie transit companies to meet ex
penses during th; war. has retarded
Jie home development of Brooklyn and
iucens.
Instead of scrapping the additional
ines at once new surface lines should
be built so as to bring the outlying
uopjrty into communication with the
"ubway lines and thereby bring about
>ome construction. X cannot Mew with
equanimity a proposition to atill fur
ther concentrate the propulation In
ipnrtinerit houses.
It is suggeatcu that bus:s relieve the
ransit situation as feeders to the sub
D'"'nK tl>e winter of 1919 and
when the bus "relief to transit
was peaked, day after dsv the onh
Place on which the bus?* could run was
in the railroad tracks from which the
laihoad had cleaned the snow, and how
the buses will run in our hard winfr
through snow, when the railroads sill
lot clear off the snow, is something I
lo not understand.
SALES AT AUCTION.
On View T?*d??r
leW To-morrow
at the Galleries of
I Smith & Jaffe, Inc.
68 West 45th Street
Sumptuous Home Appointments
Property of Instates and individuals
Modern and Antique Furniture,
including ? number of Richly
Inlaid Bedroom Pieces of the
5.?p,r? ,PeV?d? a,*? numerous
Old Colonial Specimens, an
Aubusson Suite.
OIL PAINTINGS
Keith '"'a*1' t |Ch w-'' Ai JV"*" Ril- ^m.
? I . Mar.in, (.rovgt Inne* and othom.
Silverware, Bronze., Porcelain.,
MAGNIFICm-ORlt^AVD
CHINESE RUGS AND CARPETS.
A Quantity of new High Grade
Furniture in Period Suite* and
Odd piece., being di.continued
pattern, con.igned by a well
known manufacturer, including
Dining Room, Bedroom, Library
and Over, tuff ed Living Room
suites, also a number of deco
rated Breakfast Set., Tea
Wagon., Etc.
Also the Entire Stock
. .Qfjnoved from the
"BENJAMIN CURIO SHOP,"
fon^Wtlng of Jewelry. Watrhes
11 ham.. Ring,. Pins. Pr.e.on. SIX,
(ameras. traveling Sets. Carlos. Kte.
.?AI.**?Le 10 b*' without
Restriction or Reserve by Public Aue
u "ihiMjiy. Timr?d?;r. Ftldnv
snd Saturday. Marrh 8th. Rlh. inth.
11fn# from 2 oTIork rarlt daj.
Jewelry to be Sold Wednesday,
March 8th, at 11 A M.
HENRY A. HARTMAN, Auctioneer
UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE
Monday, March 6th, at 11 o'clock
At 164 West 48th St.
BAOdAOB LEFT ON VARIOUS RAIL
ROADS. INCLUDING r.o TRUNKS AND
ONTKNTS. 100 SUIT CA8E3 AND RES
00 PACKAGES. OVERCOATS, RAINCOATS
'ANEB, UMRRELLAH. ARMY TENT8 \N D
kNY ODDS AND ENDS LEFT ON RAH
tOAD TRAJN8. KAIL
OR IMMEDIATEE MOV AL. DEALERS
C. E. SMITH. AUCTIONEER.
INSTRUCTION. COLLEGES. AC.
H?c Caledonian lluspltal offers a nln?
months rourne In medical. surRlral and
naternlty nursing to youn* women between
li< ?g'" of tn"ntj-flve snd tlilrtv-fl\? y?, ,???
Ipply Superintendent. .-.J Woodruff Avenue'
trooklyn, N. V.
DANCING.
SB Tears at Oaa AMin. M.*?, Snmsthlni
ffieinw/4CAHN??NLc
TKLViPHO.NK COLUMBUS 3179 and 3837
127 Columbus Ave. (65th)
5 end for Free Illustrated BeekJat
'LIGHTNIN'' PIRACY
Warrants Issued in Pittsburgh
Allege Violation of the
Copyright Law.
a'prciu/ Utspatch to Tub Xiw Yo?k Hbkai.d.
PivraBUROH, March S.?Charged with
violating the copyright law by producing
"Ligiitnin'," the ])lay which is attracting
crowds to the Nixon Theater in Pitts
burgh and to theaters in other cities,
Thoiras Casey. M. A. Brewer and C. A.
Meyer have deposited bonds of J 1,000
each after being arrested on warrants
issued by United States Commioslonit
Roger Knox here.
Without permission of the own?r
Casoo", as producer; Brewer, as stage
director, and Meyer, as company man
ager, are declared to have been offering
a production of "Lightnlr.' " to big
houses.
Matthew Allen, manager or the
"L'ghtnin' " company showing at the
Nixon, who accompanied Deputy Mar
shall Nicholas Bogan to New Castle
when the warrant was served on Casey, ^
said:
"I never encountered such a bold
Instance of piracy before. Why. this
company was even having our adver
tisements reproduced."
MARKET JOTTINGS.
Max Alpert is the buyer of 50 Ho
ratio street, southeast corner of Hudson
street; Fanny Grill, of 35- West 120th
street; the John W. Haulcnbeclc Com
pany. of 393 Greenwich street; Sarah A.
Clark, of 30 Macoinbs place: the Annet
Company, of 484 Lenox avenue; Ray
Hershkowltz. of 20S3 and 2085 Madison
avenue: Celia Liebman, of 9 East llXth
street ; the Diplomat Realty Company, of
570 West 136th street; Ray Polon. of
the southwest corner of St. Nicholas v. v< -
nue and 118th street, and Theodor?
Crowell, of 20 tiouth street, all sold r>
Patrick McMahon is the buyer of 314
West 113th street; Mollie Wiener, of
520 West 139th street; the D. & R.
Construction Company of the plot on
the south side of Sherman avenue, .'??
feet east of Acadcmy street, and l.oiii
Fisher, of 84 East 109th street, all sold
recently.
Max Ellcin Is the buyer of 2141 and
2143 Eighth avenue; the Marster Com
pany of the northwest corner of Amster
dam avenue and 103d street; the Cappa
Realty Company of the northwest cor
ner of Columbus avenue and Seventy
third street; the Alert Operators, of 131
L?nox avenue: Leopold Loch, o* 1P4
East Seventy-sir.tli street: K,\ man
Cohen, of 22G and 228 West Ultli -.reel,
and Martha J. Marshall, of >40 East
E?hty-second street, for which she
paid $30,000.
Albeit C. Glbbs Is the buyer of 310
West Eightieth street, for which he pf i<l
J130.000.
For the erection of the nine stn-v
apartment, 42x102.2, on the south ?ld?
of Eighty-ftret strict. 183 feet eas: of
Park avenue, the AltaVista Holding
Company obtained from the Metropoli
tan Life Insurance Company a building
loan of J130.000.
Hulberi rec!;'a Sons w?re the brokcri
In the solo of 3JG Columbur avenue for
"David T.eventritt to the Ei;il Realty
Company.
REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY
l.nng Mund-^nle i>r Kent.
Grcjit Keck Pr* ^ n' infom."*i
Rleltnrd Kehoe, Great Neck.
Sew Jersey? Male or Kent.
A?m RV TAKK AMD VICIMTT.
*1 MM Kit HOMKS.
MWIJiV * COMPANY,
IATTISOX AV..
mm W?7. AMUFRV PARK. V J.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
WANTED IX RROOKLYN
FACTORY AND LOFT
SPACE FOR WAITING CL1KNTP.
L',000 TO 3,000 SQUARE FRET.
1,(100 TO 0.000 SQUARE FEITI'.
10,000 TO 20.000 SQUARE FBET.
DUNN REALTY COMPANV
32 COURT STREET. MAIN 1037.
BUSINESS PLACES TO LET.__
Above 14IH At. to 59th St. (Inclusive).
East River to North River.
LOFTS?STORES?BUILDINGS
Mercantile Warehouses mid Fnetorie*.
Ijtrce Selection. All Sizes.
LOUIS SCHRAG, 142 W. 23d ST.
OFFICES AND SHOWROOMS
Steam heal and el'inlnf. Rents $?!? in;.
LOUIS SCHRAG, 142 W. 23d ST.
Borough of Brooklyn.
Fulton Street at Nostrand Avenue
Best business section. New Store* suitable
for clothing. lists, shoes, stationery. Jewelry,
etc. Rent $275 monthly. Good lease, fee
HAROLD B. WITTEMANN. Builder, 181
Montague St., BlUyn. I'bono Main 2900.
HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED.
London.
RNOIAM).
FURNISHED? Itampstoad, London. To
be let for :J. fl. 0 or 12 months from
Easter, charming detached non-basement
Elizabethan type of residence in good
main ro?d position. 0 bed. bathroom. ;!
reception room". L'stisl offices. Pretty
garden. Telephone. All necessary linen
snd cutlery. Only 20 minutes drive of
West End. 3 minutes walk of tubo sta
tion anil excellent shopping promenades.
Practically adjoining Oolders Oreen Park
and Hatnpstead Ileath. Rent "0 guineas
weekly. Including use of private parage.
No young children. This house can he
purchased If desired. Apply LESLtl'.
RAYMOND, Estate Agent, aoldors Oreen.
London. N. W. II.
APARTMENTS ? UNFURNISHED.
Borough ?( Brooklyn.
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS
3 MINUTES TO WALL ST.
2-3-4-5
Net* Klrtalst
Apartments.
Subway Come.
, Clark & Henry St?.
Tako Broadway, I. R. T. Sub. to Clark 9u
J. W. Mangel, on ill-Ill. Tel. Ileekman 'M."t
CITY REAL ESTATE.
CfflllMAN * WAKBFIELD, INC..
jo East lid st. riioris Murrsv Kill 7A'0
Ahstc mil St. to C'llh M. .Inclusive!
Last litter to Nurll Iflvet.
EXCLUSIVE ML"mtAY 1IILL?HOUTIHVt>T
CORNER or I ENINOTON AV. AND 37TH
ST., rsoor. STO'tV \ND EASEMENT,
Ml'.ill HTOOI*. I? ROOMS* AND I EATHH.
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