The Chat from Brooklyn, New York on August 21, 1915 · 28
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I K2f THIS COAT, SATURDAY, AUGUST H, IJIS. On SaU At Broadway Star -' s; ''''AAA ' ' ' ' -' '' 1329-31 Broadway, near Gate o ' i ,i,A f Fulton Street, cor. Bridge Street Brooklyn Absolute Final Clearance Remarkable Reductions in Summer Frocks . 1.00 . . 2.97 . . 3.97 Exceptional Clearances ot Outing Skirts $3.00 to $5.00 Golf ino Corduroy Skirt . 1.97 $5.00 to $7.00 Striped Wonted Outing Skirtt 2.97 $7.00 to $10.00 Taffetm Skirtt - - 4.97 $3.00 to $5.00 Street and Poroh Dresses $6.00 to $9.00 Vcile end Linen Dresses $10.00 to $15.00 Summer Dresses Wonderful Reductions in :. Women's and Misses' Coats $5.00 to $7.00 Midsummer Wear Coats 3.50 $7.00 to $10.00 Taffeta Coats . . - 5.75 $10.00 to $12.00 Chinohilla Coats . . 7.75 Absolute Clearance of Suits $15.00 to $20.00 Cloth Suits , .... 4.75 f 1? fifi tn SIS.Oft Flannelette Outini Suits 5.75 $20.00 to $25.00 Pongee Suits - ' 10.00 Great 'Reduction Sale Waists Consisting of Voile, Organdie, Handkerchief Linen, Striped suit, Jap aim, etc LOT I 79c LOT II l.do LOT HI 1.97 On Sale At Broadway Store Autopsy on St John' Body. : An autopsy on the body of Melvyn L. St. John, who died Friday, August 18th. ,i4... oh tninrv n. received tu uw 1 Uliw "H ' ' J - . gymnasium of the Bedford T. M. C. A., was performed Saturday by Dr. Charles , Wuest, Coroner's Physician. He found that the man died from a Aemorrhagre and conoussion of the spmai coro. -port of Dr. Wuest was sent to Cononer Senior, who conducted the Inquest mm STEEP0R1ABLE GARAGES MANUFACTURED IN , BROOKLYN BY WM.BUCHANAN SB SUMNER AVI. BROOKLYN. The nnn-nnrtlmui .- citizens' committee on' judiciary held a meeting at their .oHieadquorters, In the Park Buildlns, 881 Fulton street. Brooklyn, on August 13. for the purpose of advocating the nomination and election of County Judge John F. Hylan. .: .-. . - t '' This committee consist of Theodore C. Epptg. chairman; H. C. UnderhlU, Frank Mann. Sylvan Levy, J. J. Flynn, Maur. ice De Young, Francis P. Bent and William. Drennan. MEMO ARE ALWAYS TIRED ' : i' - . ' .- May Fmd Help in ThU Letter. ' Swan Creek, Mich. " I cannot speak too highly of your medicine. .When I through neglect or overwork I get run down and my appetite is poor and I have that weak, languid, always tired feeling, I get a bottle of Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound, and It builds me up, gives me strength, and restores me to perfect health again. It is truly a great blessing to women, and I cannot speak too highly of it I take pleasure in recommending it to others." Mrs. Annib Cameron, R.F.D., No. 1, Swan Creek, Michigan. . ., -. , Another Sufferer Relieved. Hebron, Me." Before taking your remedies I was all ran down, discouraged and had female weakness. I took Lydia E. Pinkbam'a Vegetable Compound and used the Sanative Wash, and find today that I am an entirely new woman, ready and willing to do my housework now, where before taking your medicine It was a dread. I try to impress upon the minds of all ailing women I meet the benefits they can derive from your medicines." Mrs. ChsRTiKS Rows, Kennebago, Maine. If you want special advice write to Lydia E. Plnkham Medicine Co., (confidential). Lynn, Mass. Tour letter wll be opened, read and answered by a woman And held In strict confidence. HABKELU ANNUAL OUTING. Republican of Twenty-third Assembly District Fill Trammer's Park. While the Twenty-third Assembly Dis trict Republican Club has held many suo cessful social events In the past, the tenth annual summernlght's festival of the organization, which took place Wednesday night at Trommer's Garden, Bushwlck avenue and Conway street, surpassed all previous affairs or its kind. - vIn the assemblage of over a thousand which gathered to honor Congressman Reuben L. Haskell, there were many prominent Republican and Democratlo politicians who congratulated the leader upon the success of the outing. Among the number were Municipal Court Justice Jacob 8. Btrahl, Isaao Bar-gent, Assemblyman Nathan Flnkelsteln, Abraham Rockmore, secretary to Judge Fawcett and candidate for the Municipal Court bench; Deputy Attorney General Charles J. Mason e, Alderman Isidore M. RoBehblum, Theodore Hooper, William F. Matthewson, Moses Ginsberg, ex-Sheriff Charles B. Law, Percy Osborn. Senator Alfred J. Gilchrist, M. Bernstein, Alder man Edward Elchhorn, United States Marshal James M. Power and Frank Was serman. Of course the dancing proved the real feature of the occasion. Special novelty dances formed an attractive part ot the evening's program. , Between the dances amateur and professional talent entertained the merrymakers with songs and Instrumental music. E. Joe Brown, scored a decided hit with his tenor solos. Cach of the women nests received an appropriate souvenir In the shape of a fan and a box of bonbons. The various committees In charge of the event follow: - Entertainment Committee Walter D. Ludden, chairman; Peter Kraemer, treas urer: George Falconer, secrtary; Thomas Mulholland, Alfred Manning, Br., Joseph Henry, Maurice Weiss, E. Joseph Brown, George Bell, George Rrekeler, David Schneldermann, Isaao Epstein, Joseph Squires, Br, Andrew Cook fd Aaron Weiss. . ' Floor Managers Thomas Mulholland, Alfred Manning, Sr.. Isaac B. Epstein and Joseph Squires, Sr. Floor Committee Edward Weiss, Chas. Feyh, Albert Hueston, Joseph Squires, Jr., Thomas House, William Carey, Michael Petri llo, Samuel Gltlln, T. Rothwell, August Wagner, W. Voght, Frank 8chiele, Charles -Panghorn, James McDermott, Henry Lammert, Charles Goldman. Ed ward Solch. Louis Duffey, Rudolph Jacobs. wuuam wagner, Jonn Burns. John Mul- cay, E. G. Paullnl, George Zlegier, Clinton Walker, H. Van Holt Joseph H. "Smith. Isaiah Bmllea, William Schincke, George Feus. Henry Brady Thomas K earns. M. P. Rothwell, Alfred 2--nlng, Jr.. .Charles uiemer, Morns ismy. Charles Schlneke, 6. Glorglannl, Philip Bala, Toney Riggio, William Wallace. Shepard Wollman. Jo seph Bpatt, Carlo Spaducclnl, Fred ficheele, John Rommer, John McCarthy, Alexander incn.ee ana Joseph isaaos. Recetlon Committee, Congressman Haa-kell, chairman. The officers of the club are; Frank Newman, president; B. Joseph Brown, first vice-president; Isaac E. Ensteln. aennnd vice-president; Abraham Rockmore, third viuu-pi-oniuBui, ucorsa r aiconer, corresponding secretary; Andrew Cook, recording secretary: Peter Kraemer, vnanclal secretary ;,wnnam F. Mathewson, treasurer; William Phalow, sergeant-at-arms. Special Notice to Parents and Guardians. Ton are resDectfuftr InfamaA .v.. - - . . u kiin. n telerram waa reoetved fmm mi . - - -... v. . unn" portL! Saturday mornint stating thatth ship would leave Ban Francisco on August 18th,' and proceed to San Diego, Cat, where she Is scheduled to arrive on August I2dL She win remain at the latter port nhtll August 17th, leaving on that date for Panama direct ; Board of Governors N. T. State Nautical School , ' It may take a little longer to put things back where they belong, but It saves a lot of hunting' when you want to use those same things again. ; CHAT 07 GASOLINE BOW At I a. so- hat. Wednesday, about six ty auto were seen backed up against the curb on Bedford avenue, near Bre-voort place. They were filled with prominent members of the trade, for It waa the occasion of the fifth annual outing of the Brooklyn Motor Vehicle Dealers' Association, After several photos were taken, the party proceeded to Karatsonyl's Hotel at Glenwood Landing, L, L After an opening address by Harry Unwin, president of the Motor Club and another speech by Herbert I Carpenter, president of the Motor Vehicle Dealers' As sociation, the fun began. A baseball game between Del Martln'a nine and Jul ius Blndrlm's ball tossers, waa the first attraction. With Charley Tate twirling and Jake Doris at the receiving end. Del Martin's players scored an easy victory, the result being 11 to 4, A number of contests were then run off. Ell King, winning the monkey race, with Doo Miller, second. In the fat men's race. Bud Meyer, the S50 pound entrant waa given 10 yards handicap.' He finished second. The aquatlo sports Included a duck contest, tug-of-war, canoe tilting contest, rowing race, tub race, watermelon contest and a fetching contest Three prises were awarded for each event The distribution of prizes wa smade under the able supervision of Charles Tate upon the return to the club. There were eats In plenty, for two excellent meals were served at Karatsonyl's and another at theclub In the evening. Quite a dispute arose as to -who captured the speed laurels on the return trip. The consensus of opinion however seems tu favor Hugh Foster, who drove his National racer. It Is said he was the last to leave the grounds and.' making the; others swallow Ms dust - the first to reach the club. Hugkey wat . accompanied by the Illustrious Doo Miller. September ltth, the date that marks the beginning of Coney - Island's . Mardl Gras Is not far off. One of the chief features this year will be the parade of decorated automobiles. About 1.009 are expected to be in line, for Assistant Secretary Frank Klster, will Invite the leading automobile clubs and manufacturers to take part, ' - , . . Harry A. Monaghan. the loeal' sales manager of the Saxon agency, has had a career since- entering the automobile business In 1904, that la worthy of mention. He started with Sidney Bowman and then went with the Matheson Company, remaining with them for five years. When this company organised as the Palmer-Singer Co., he came into prominence, by designing the first foredoor runabout for the 1910 auto show.1 It was known as the Riverside Model He was later connected with the Thomas Co., and then became purchasing agent and adjuster for the Bulck Co. He left them to take the agency - for the Stewart-Warner Speedometer In Pittsburgh. Upon his return to New York In 114, he joined the sales force of the Btudebaker Co. After leaving them be joined the company he is now with. During the recent subway disaster in Manhattan, he was almost overcome by. smoke when he rescued a number of people at the SSth street grat ing and carried them Into the Bulck sales room. . . Fri W. Huber. of Park avenue, has just purchased a Reo. . , , Edward B. Wilson, of Washington avenue Is the purchaser of a It horse power Hudson. , The speed demons had better watoh out If they traverse the road to the Rocka ways. This road is well policed. with mo torcycle copa and they are after everyone showing a burst of speed. Roy Cone, be with that golden amlie, Is creating a host of friends as manager of the Flatbuah Motor Supply Co., at 250 Parkslde avenue. He has personality and that tells the story. George Sperl, the Brooklyn boy, wen the ten mile mlss-and-out race at the Brigh ton Beach Motordrome last Tuesday night His time was 7 minutes and 12 8-S seconds. The rules were that the rider falling behind was flagged out at the end of each two miles. Henderson was the first off, Quacinelll; the second, Mercler. the third and Hamilton, the last - Some of the most recent Ford buyers Include Henry Miles and Bon, of Fulton street; Shipley Construction and Supply Co., of Warren street; L. Lockwood Ryland, of Park place; Rudolph -Schneider of Llnwood street, and Samuel Zach- arias of Sterling place. - Fred C. Cantgetter, proprietor of the Royal Oarage and Machine Works, at 1007 Greene avenue, has established the R. G. and M. W. Au.to Sales Department, In connection "With It A beautiful showroom gives the proper surroundings to the ears on exhibition. John P. Ag-new, a prominent automobile man, has charge of this department The Pullman and Kissel Kar, are now on exhibition. Both cars should prove to be big sellers In the Brooklyn' and Long Island territory. The Pullman Co., is producing three models, a five-passenger touting; the Clover Leaf roadster and a two passenger roadster. Although one of the lowest priced makes In its class, this car has a good deal of equipment that Is usually only found In machines above the thousand mark. The Kissel Kar, somewhat higher In price, Is a real sturdy car. The roadster of this make has a seat wide enough for three people to sit comforta bly. ; ; B. Ltfschey, the popular Bedford avenue photographer, has just returned froffl a trip through Jersey, which he made In his Ford. - , . ; , W. H. Stryker. the real estate man of Gates avenue, who recently bought a Chevrolet touring car will start on an extensive trip through Long island. 1 Walter K. Carpenter, of Stagg street, Is now the owner of a U horse power Jef- fery. , Frank D. Smith, of Bergen street Is one of the recent ouyera ot a Willys Knight . - . .' - ; Charles S. Chin of upper Pulton street bought an Overland car. . . , After , concluding an . Investigation of street accidents during the past few months, the Safety First Society of the City of New York, has advised the Board of AWermen to pass ordinances providing for tl.e elimination of daullng head and side lights on automobiles, requiring parallel parking at the curb for all vehicles of the delivery type, requiring the use of mirrorscopes on all motor .vehicles operated In Greater New York, requiring owners of ail motor vehicles with chain drive to enclose the chains with suitable guards, making It a misdemeanor for any person to "hitch on" . or trespass upsa a motor truck er borse-drawn vehicle, unless employed by the owner of such vehicle. These recommendations will undoubtedly be considered, seriously as they come at time when accidents are occurring entirely too often. The Mackay Motors Co., agents for the Scrlpps-Booth and Isotta cars, are to be congratulated on securing - for their service station, the Colonial Garage, on Atlantlo aveneu near Nostrand. Mr. Hewlett the proprietor, la known for giving the beat of attention te motorists. D, M. Balsam, the neoktle manufacturer of Palmetto street, has returned from Liberty, N. Ts la his new Hudson six. -' - Oeoar 6. A, Bast of Bushwtek a venae. Is now driving a new Overland. William D. McCurn, of Brooklyn nue, has purchased a Mitchell touring oar. .- ..... ... . r Hungry appetites . wU surety be ap peased now that the Motor Club baa added aa up-to-date kitchen to its building.- ..." , ...... . Olettu O. Kessler, eft Sherman street Is the buyer of a new Btudebaker towing car. - ".'."''.,;.: .-... Winia S. Curtis of Pacific street, bought i Franklin car last week. Jutlua Bindrtm, the popular Bedford avenue distributor Is making good use of hie Chevrolet runabout which he just bought Being local agent for Kelly-Springfield tires, he haa the ear equipped with them. Grace Brunlng, of Hancock street has purchased an Apperson Jack Rabbit from the Farrell Auto Co, Y Joseph Jochtm, one of our Welrfleld street neighbors. Is the owner of an Overland. : - - Bishop, McCormlck' and- Bishop, tno., sold a Dodge car to Henry W. Herts tro-ter of Lewis avenue. .. . The Woods Garage and Sales Co., sold an Oakland to Charles S. Flelschmann, of Bedford avenue. "-. ' Ethel Noble, of St Maries avenue, pur chased a Hudson auto. The large photograph of Mary Pick- ford, the eminent photoplay actress. showing her entering her Maxwell, cabriolet, on exhibition In the window 'of the Globe Tire Co.t 1361 Bedford avenue. Is attracting much attention. When lit up at night, It particularly arrests the attention both of motorists as well aa pedestrians. ,. ,' .i VS '" . JAMAICA BAY WORK Celebration Plsnned for August E8, as Labor Is Begun en Improvement To the muslo of bands, the firing of salutes and In the presence of a dis tinguished body of Federal, State and city officials, work on the Jamaica Bay Improvement will be resumed on August 28. The committee on arrangements for the Committee of One Hundred appointed to arrange a fitting celebration of the event for Brooklyn and all Greater New York, .have announced that everything te in readiness for the function. Actual physical labor and , not cere monies alone will mark the first day's resumption of - activities In connection with the enterprise. An entrance Into Mill Basin from the' New Main Chan' nel to provide docking facilities at the foot of Flat bush avenue at Avenue U, will be dredged. If . Mayor Mltchel re turns from Plattsburg on time he will attend the ceremonies., ; - The committee on arrangements, of which John F. Gets Is chairman, has chartered the steamboat . "Clmbrla, which will carry the members of the committee and their guests to the scene of the celebration. The "Clmbrla" will leave the Battery at 10 'o'clock In the morning, and on reaching the bay will anchor at the spot from which the pro ceedings and sports can be viewed most favorably. . The guests will be entertained by William Llebermann, president of .the Citizens' Committee: Nelson B. Klllmer, president and other officers -Who have assumed responsibility for the success of the enterprise. ' . t 1 The Greater Waterways League of New York and Long Island, the yacht and motorboat clubs of Jamaica, -the Brooklyn Civic Club. and other organizations will co-operate with the . committee. It Is planned to have "motor-boat races and other aquatlo sports, in which all per sons are aeked to. participate. Special buttons have been distributed among the members of the committee and each member haa pledged - himself to do' all possible to assure the success of the funotlon. - K boat parade will begin Immediately upon the resumption of work. . This will be largely an Impromptu affair. Every man or woman who owns or rents. a boat Is asked to get Into line and an tm posing array of ships, ' carrying at their mastheads the American flag, will be among the most Impressive features .of the occasion. ; t "We are roing to have adaya carnl vaL" said William Llebermann. On board the "Clmbrla there will be plenty of ice cream, cake and lemonade, but the hard stuff will be eliminated. The committee for the celebration" In clude the following: Wm. Llebermann. president; Nelson B. Klllmer, secretary; Theodore P. Frits, treasurer. Committee of arrangements, John F. Gets, chairman; Charles H. Law, Alexander & Dreacher, Henry A Meyer. , . - . . D. of L. Day at Rockaway Beach, On Satunday, August 14, a large gath ering or the Daughters of Liberty as sembled at Wainwright and Smith's Pa vilion, at Sea Side, and spent a pleas ant afternoon and evening. The pavilion was nandsomeiy decorated for the occas ion and Messrs. Wainwright and Smith extended every courtesy to the mem bers who were present The following councils were represented: Hope No. 5: Independence, No. 13; Golden Rod, No, S3: Dolly Madison. No. lit: Empire State, No. 86; Brooklyn, No. 101; Lex ington, No. 90; Bushwlck, No. 117: Jef ferson. No. 118; United States, No. 87; Victory, No. 1? Goddess of Liberty, No. 9; Ellsworth, No. 20;-Harmonla, No. 98; Liberty Bell, No. 22; Francis Marlon, No. 40; James Wilson, No. 62; Echo, No. 65; Olive Branch, No. 77; Forest Park, -No. 81, and several members from New Jersey Councils. A good time waa had by every one and D. of L. Day will be a Oxed event every year. . . . Proceeds Towards Maintenance. The social committee of the Brooklyn Hebrew Home for the Aged begs to an nounce the coming grand whist pinochle and dance to be held at the Brighton Beach Hotel, Brighton Beach, Coney Island, on Wednesday evening, August 25, at 8.20 p. m. The committee have used every effort In making proper arrange ments for the entertainment of their guests. Beautiful and costly collection of prizes will be distributed among the players and non-players. A i well-known band will dispense the latest music for dancing. A grand prize will also be given to the best dancing couple. Other Interesting features will be shown. Tickets for admission can be obtained at th door of the Brighton Beach Hotel er at the home office, Howard and Du mont avenues. Proceeds bf this affair will be toward the maintenance fund of the Aged Inmates. JL cordial invitation is extended tQ ay to attend wis evening's an air. -" Bookbinders td Frolic The grand annual picnic of the Na tional Brotherhood of Bookbinders, consisting of local unions, is to be held at Columbia Park, Jamaica avenue and Willow street today. The locals are: No. 1, Printed Bookbinders and .Papercut-ters; No. 6, Blank Bookbinders; No. 11, Book Edge Gilders; No. 22, Stampers and Gold Leaf Layers; No. 4, Binders' Wo men's union. Prompt Service.' x - ' - , -. V Corteoas Treatment. Satisfaction Guaranteed. HOMO PURNISHBKS POR OVER P1PTY VHAR1 or BROADWAY Cer.CrejA , BROOKLYN , ALL PRICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES n 1 m SjaaW LIS..' A. ' b V. jSV INVB STld ATH OUR UUBRALr, CREDIT SYSTEM Larjp ? StOCk. r Low Prices. Liberal . Credit, s August I Ttie: lMontti To SaVe Money Don't fall, to take advantsge of this greet ppertunlty to save money on your home furnishings. All through our stock of dependable merchandise you will find a wonderful display of new and up-to-date styles, marked way below the original selling price. 3 Fumed Oak China Closet Solid - quartered ' oak, fumed finish; finely constructed; - 54 In. high, 8 In. wide; panel back and wood shelves; a particularly at tractive bar gain, at 19 .75 Fumed, -Oak Buffet JfJTl 22 .50 Solid Oak. fumed finish: finery constructed, 10x44 Inch top. 1x33 inch bevel plate mirror; two small silver drawn) pf era, long linen drawer and ZZ.illl two roomy closets, only.,.. ' Genuine 'Leather , Slip Seat Chair Solid oak ntee-1 y 1 finished, strongly , constructed, cov- Solid Oak Chiffonier M.1IJ 1. nicely ,-f32S finished, strongly .iV' .vSS1?. contruo-A-'fli'; ted. five ''wUrr; large drawers, Jl other ,-2r?aS5?K good teSSq 3.98 Dining Tables Reduced Was New i Was - , Now $20.00 -..:.22 50 - 125.00 ....$18.00 $.10.00 122.00 $30.00 ....125.00 $25.00 ....SZ8.0O $35.00 ....$25.00 ! 40.00 .....830.80 $45.00 ....838.00 50.00 .... 848.00 i $60.00 ....$45.00 Rug8 : 8x12 Brussels, were .$12. Oe lO.GO 8x12 Body Brussels, were $30. 26.75 8x12 Axmlnster ; were $22.5e 18.75 8x12 1-pc wn-tons, were $4S, 36.25- 8x12 Wilton Velvets, were $26.50- 20.50 ri ered In gen- ""W' npj ulne leatheVipff: " -.- ,-,-3 regular : H "df& price $2.80. Ju-- r- ' OPEN MONDAY EVENINGS CLOSED SATURDAY AT NOON Circassian Walnut Bed 1 This handsome full atse bed. In beautifully . marked Circassian walnut el- e Q IF ways sold for $30, lO-Zn reduoed to t : BEAL ESTATE CHAT : Edward Bufl ' . ' Of 1080 Flatbush avenue, reports the following ' sales t No. 411 Rugby road,, frame detached. 2-family house, for John ' H. S. White to Joseph Phelan; for occupancy. No. 6 Canarsle avenue, 2-story and store, frame building, for John Parkin, to a client for $5,500, as an Investment No. $89 East Eighteenth street near Cortelyou road, -2 story and attic frame detached dwelling, estate A, EL Eowe, to a client for Improvement No. 277 East Twenty-fifth street near Avenue D. for Gustav Glrard to John Douglas, for $6,500, for occupancy. Port Orange, Fla., bungalow, a plot 260x600 feet for Mary Q. Taylor, to Charlotte A. Gowdy, aa a winter home. No.. 1089, 1091 and 109$ Flatbush ave nue, corner Canarsle avenue, plot 95x147 feet Long Island Improvement and In vestment Company, to Hera . Construc tion Company, for $50,000, for moving-picture theater. r No. $204 Clarendon, read., near East Thirty-second street' brick 2-farally house, for .Caroline Tounx to Patrick J. Rellly, for occupancy, j 8110,000 Apartment Deal. Louis Gold has sold the slxteen-famfty apartment house at 411 St John's place to Mrs. Meyerhoffer. It was held at $75,000. He has also sold five three-family " houses on Prospect avenue 'to Nathan Jacobs, for about 825,000. Leonard Davidson " Broker, sold the three-story brick build ing at 236 Bergen street Brooklyn, to M. L. Mayes, for Investment Elwedd M. Towntsnd A Oe. 'v Have sold the two-family house at 1158 Sterling place, to aa Investor. Cauflsld Qlvea Mortgagee. James E. Caulfleld, - who recently ap plied for building permits, has 'given buildmg ; mortgages, aggregating $25,500, to the WWiamsburgh Savings' Bank on a plot with-140 feet frontage on Hancock street east of Irving avenue, Rldge-wood. The property win be Improved elth dwellings. ' -j. The Buckley eV Horteti Ce. The Buckley St H or ton Co. haa sold the three-story and basement stone private residence at 1220 Dean street between New York and Brooklyn avenues, for Mr.. S. A. DuCret to a client for occupancy. - M. W, "tozelt A Bon. H. W. Rosell ,Son have recently told 71 St James place, for the Eagle Savings and Loan Association, to Alice B. Pons; 102 Waverly avenue, for M. Ryan, to A. Oginlsky; 84 Adelphi street, for Howard Johnson, to Frederick Salvatore, and resold same ' to Mr. Fallon: 102 Adelphi street, for the estate of Raphael Moses, to koiio Keaity uompany; 104 aaeipni street, for C, A. Riley, to Rollo Realty Company; 484 Lafayette avenue, for Mrs. C. Frell, to C. Evers, and 129 Vanderbilt avenue, for M. Dellahunt to H. Meyer. v Ghae. F. Werner. Of 1228 Greene averrae. sold 487 Park place, a 4 story apartment, for the estate 01 Elmer ,H. Brown. i . Two Prizes at Dancing Contest. The Ideal de Danse, situated at the corner of Broadway and Hancock street, will be' the , center of attraction by the dancing lovers of the graceful art of the modern refined ballroom dancing. Special features will be Introduced. Contests will be held every Saturday, Sunday evenings. Two handsome stiver -trophies will be awarded. The opening contest for the season wm be held Saturday, evening, September 11. There will be a waits contest for first prize and a one-step for second prise. , Dancing from $ p. m. to mldnlghu Admission. Including wardrobe and dancing. IB cents for ladles and 26 cents for gentlemen. Adv Four Overcome by Heat. Four persona were overcome by the heat Friday, August 18, In Brooklyn. George Wocher, 84 years old, of 22 Charles street was walking along Kent avenue, when, in front of 867, he fell to the ground. . ' William Hopkins, If year old, of 288 . EUery street wat overcome fat front ef ' m moo per street - v- Samuel Altheira, 88 rear old. a baker of 1606 East New Tork avenue, was prostrated In his bakery shop. , These three were attended by ambulance surgeons and left for home.' , y . Mary Harwat 2$ years old, was ever-come at her home, at 80 Westminster road, and was removed te the Kings Conntv HomltaL Heffley Inetrtwte New. President Norman P. Heffley. with Heffley and Miss Mabel Heffley, went te North Conway a week age and are spend- tng the rest of August In the White Maun- talna . ::;.;..jt,-.-,. v Mr. Charles W.' Cortrlght head and director of the department of science and mathematics, will be In town some time next week and will leave again to spend the rest of the month with his family. A dozen or so of students who belonged to the class which finished Its course last week has been staying at the Institute te clean up tome extra work and to take a few. extra lessons before completing the Amanuensis course These members are: Kathleen Cruise, Edna Jeffo, Gertrude Hazelton, Frances Gibson, Ethel Jackal, uimi wu nuanu, Mum UIV V Mil, iilUUUl Von Deeston and Elsie Mehrtensj These young people Anally finished the work on Friday of last week; , - New Breoktyn Company, - The Composite Service Company of , oiwufu wh. innfnnnina vriaay, August 1, with the Secretary of State to deal in automobiles, supplies, eta .The capital stock la $10,000 and the directors are as iouowa:i jonn A. Neyenhouse. Agnes T. Neyenhouse and Char lee F. Good-riend of Brooklyn. - ' - YOU ARE ENTITLED TO DO ANYTHING YOU WISH WITH YOUR HOrJEY a But whether yon have much or little) of It, 70a are not going to bo foolish enough to pay xoit4-tant prices for anything you want to buy. no matter what It Is, Then why allow an undertaker, who may be yonr Lodge Brother or Church Sexton, charge yen $250 to $300 for a funeral outfit which I can positively sell for $50 to $100 lees, I manufacture my own caskets and funeral supplies, control my own garage and livery stables, and will absolutely save you from $50 to $100 on a funeral . ; - v . ' ' A The Following Outfit that I Will Furnish For $185, supplies and services Included. I guarantee U aa good and In many oases superior to any furnished by other undertakers for $350, and very often for $30Q. , - READ WHAT I WILL FURNISH FOR $185 - Handsome drop-side couch, open, full length or half-couch casket, made of solid chestnut, covered with the best quality of black cloth, or any color silk plush; lined throughout with a silk interior hand-tufted mattress and pillow to match; engraved name plate; silver extension bar handles; positively as good as ever sold by any other undertaker for $300. Steel vault; vault mattress embalming remains; hearse and five coaches (automobile equipment If desired); burial suit or dress; fresh flowers on door crape; advertising death notice; decorating room with palms or ora- peries, whichever you choose; beautiful arch .candelabra and candles when requested; four porters J : burial permit and all other services necessary to complete a funeral as good as ever sold by any - 'undertaker for $300 or more. My price $185. , , ; Other Funerals at $15, $22, $35, $43, $60, $75, $125, $250, $300, $500, $1,000 , WILLIAM NECICERa a . World-Wide Known and Largest Undertaker ' . BROOKLYN OFF JCES $ ' - . 393i2 Gates Ave. Tel. 876 Bedford 800 Rogers Are. TeU 490 Plaibosh 1092 DeKalb Are. Tel. 771 Bushwlck 73C Manhattan Ave. Tel. 5130 Greenpoint 2594 Atlantic Ave. Tel. 1497 B. N. Y. iU Hosalnr Ave. Tel. 669 Astoria U20 Third Avenne- TeL 322? Bay Rldje Home Office and Factory Bergenline Avenue and Main Street, Union Hill, N. J. Private Branch Telephone Exchanye 128 or 121 Union. x . SO Branch Offices all over New York. Brooklyn, Long leiaed and New Jersey. We control and operate oar own Crematory and our charge for cremation is $10.00

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