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Phipp's Fortune Bothered Him a Great Deal Pittsburg, March 25.The three sons of Henry Phipps, Sr.', John S.., Henry and , Howard Phipps, all of Nassau County, New York, were made wealthier by $10,000,000 Saturday, when their father ' divested himself of all his Pittsburg realty holdings in their favor. . The gift includes the Fulton, Bessemer Bessemer and Manufacturers' skyscrapers, skyscrapers, the McElween Furn!ture Company's Company's building, the Phipp's model' tenements on the North Side, other city properties not so well known,' and two -farms -farms in Allegheny County. Acording to the deed, which a repsententative repsententative of Andrew Carnegie's old-time old-time old-time partner recorded, the man whose numerous donations reach a high figure, accepted $1 for his Pittsburg real estate. The deed is an ordinary typewritten document, in which no space is wasted with recitals recitals other than describing the properties. Nothing is said about how the three sons are to share in the ownership of ,the property. Henry Phipps and his wife, Mrs. Annie C. Phipps, signed and acknowledged acknowledged the document In New York City, the date in the transfer being March 12, 1912. Less than a month ago 'Mr. Phipps gave his "boys" $9,000,000 worth of Chicago real estate and neither the father nor the sons would comment upon that gift, which, according to , a friend, was to relieve the parent Iof much work and worry. The sisters of the Phipps boys who Ido not share in the Pittsburg teal estate, estate, are Mrs. Bradley Martin and the wife of Hon. Frederick Guest.