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Industrial
Cotton
Thc cotton markot opened firm at
cn advance of 15 to 24 points or over
nipht buying orders and in response to
steady cables. Tliere was some buying:
by houses with Liverpool connections
and other foreign trade interests, which]
was attributed to covering sliort
hedg.s, but the demand was soon sup?
plied and prices broke very sharply
under pressure from local and South?
ern sources. Stop orders were un
OOvcred on the decline. and tlie market
was generally weak and unsettled, with '
prices reach ing the lowest levels of the j
day in the late trading, when active
months showed net losses of 70 to 95
points. The close was only slightly up
from the lowest on covcring.
Januarv was relatively weak, owing
to the circulation of notices estimating j
at about. 1,000 bales and scattering
liquidation. Trading in that delivery ,
will end at noon a week from next j
Friday. There was nothing from the
news in the goods trade to indieate .
that the cotton muslins announced on |
ilonday had stimulated demand, and !
the lack of interest on the part of j
domestic spinners in Southern spot ',
markets was attributed largely to the
unsettled goods situation. The South?
ern spot markets. as officially reported,
were unchanged to 75 points lower. ,
Exports for the day were 10,663 bales,
making 2,051.073 so far this season,
against 2,227,981 last year.
The local market for spot cotton was
tiuiet and 80 points lower, at 30.90 for
middling upland, compared with 21.70
the day hefore and 32.60 the year be?
fore. The range of price* follows:
Monday's Year
High. Low. Clo=e. close. ago.
Jan.. 27.80 26.70 26.90(76. 27.63 31.68
Feb. . 25 65<K) 26.30
Mar.. 26.25 25.34 25.40{ffi25.45 26.01 31.23
Apr.. ?? 24.20 S24.35 2512 -
May.. 24.90 23.87 23.96<7?24.00 24.70 30.90
June - - 23.30? 23.35 -
July. 24.00 22.93 22.98(^23.00 23.79 30.55
Aur.. - 22.00? - 22.30 -
Sept.. 21.50 21.50 21.10? - 21.95 29.30
Oct.. 21.85 20.95 20.90@20.95 21.65 -
COTTON STATISTICS
Last Last
Yesterday. week. year.
foi-i rcc.:pts... 31.102 26.179 24.152
Exports . 10.663 36.215 7.774
Exports. season.2,051,073 1,939.914 2,227,981
N Y Stocks_ 82,816 79,700 146,952
Port stocks.1,424.840 1,431.460 1,375.483
Interior receipts 21,000 13.37. 19,630
Xnteri shipm'ts 1G.C00 20.304 1S.415 ?
K Y arrivals... 2.843 1,011 2.038,
Liverpool cables: Spot cotton; mid?
dling 35 points lower at 19.53d-; good
middling 9 points lower at 20.70<i. Sales
500; American 400. Imports nil. Fu- ;
tures opened quiet but steady at 11 to
19 noini-s advance. Closed steady at '
a net advance of 10 to 11 points. Jan.
18.67: Feb 17.77; Mai 16.70; Apr 15.67. !
Manchester: Yarns dull and easier;
cloths offers scarce.
Southern spot markets follow: -Gal- ,
veston quiet, 50 points lower at 30c;
sales 500 bales. N'ew Orleans quiet, I
vnchanged at _9.50; sales 005 biiles.
Mobile quiet, unchanged at 27.25; sales
International Traction
Company
TO HOLDERS OF COLLATERAL TRCST
FOfK TKIl CENT. GOLD BONDS:
TOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that thc
tJm< within which bonds of the above
xnentioned issu-- may bi deposited under
th? Protective Agreement, dated December
10, 1918, haa been extended lo the close ot
- on Monday, January '10, 1919.
Intll then bonds mav lie deposited with
the Gl'AKANTY TKl'ST C'OMPAN- OF
NEW VOKK. Depoaltary, at its New York
office, lln Broadway, or its l.midun ottice,
S'J l.ntnhnrd Street, 17 (7. or Its PARIS
OFFH E, Kue des Italicns. 1 & .",, or with
its Airent. the CITY THI ST COMPANY. nt
Its offlce In the Erie (ounty Bank Builil
tns, BufTalo, N. Y.
Registered bonds must lie accompanied
pei inatruments of asslgnment and
cotipon bonds by all coupons maturlng on
or a ft- r January 1. 1919.
ELLIOTT C. McDOUGAT,
Chairman,
?IACOB HOiT.D 8CHURMAN,
THOMAS DEW1TT < UYI.EK,
R, WALTER r.EIOII.
THOMAS r. MITTEN,
Hrotcct iie Committee.
SIMP>ON. THACIIER _ BAKT1.ETT,
JOSEPH <;. Dl DI.EY. Counsel.
.Y. 17 HALSTED, Sc<retur%.
ft? Cednr Street, New York, N. Y,
ANURKW J. McCORMACK, Anctlonecr.
REGULAR AUCTION SALE
STOCKS AND BONDS.
By ADHIAN il. MIT.I.EH & SON,
OFFICE, &5 WILLIAM ST..
WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 15TH, 1919,
al li S0 - ock, at lhe
EXCHANGE SALESRl IOM,
NOS. 14 AND 16 VESKY STREET.
For Account of Executors:
10 Bha. New York Life Insurance A
Tr-ist Co.
. Am< rican Surety l'o.
112,000 Bond & Mortgage, made by G\o.
vannl Sarractno t'> Sarah M.
sny, covering premlses 8. W.
r nf Morrla Avenue aml East
151st Htre'jt, BrotMC, City of New
V>rk.
For Account of Whom Tl May f'oneorn:
l.h National Bank of Commerce.
59 sha. National City Hank.
$S,100 Potomac & Cheaapcak. St, arnboat
<-o. lat Mtge. ,'. li.is,. 1344.
100 shu. American Krupp System Dlesel
Engine Co. pr. fd
tn Krupp System Dlesel
glne Co. common.
ha. i;r'-.,i American Insurance Co
dependi nt Chemical Co .
Inc, lst prcfit.
Independent Chemical Co., Inc
? -. Bankers Trust Cn.
? Columbia Trust Co.
-?? sha, Importers .. Traders Natl
National Fiy.x <-,r Mexico 4%% Biis
19&7, Jan'y, 1914, Coupons on.
i ot 1504
? lovernment t,- ' I9*s
Serh S ' ?
?296 City of Rlo de Janelro 6<_ im ,,r
J0.70o.\. ,, Y-rk Doclt Co. lat 1-<. 1901
*'.??"' Argentli :??. i.- -,., of
60 ha Knlckerbocker Wyomlng otl
? r Wyomlng OU
common.
1.S03 Franc* Obligatlonen, of the Aktl
aft, l..,u & ,-,,., Zurich
?f'*2*rl?nd, one Cr 700 Kranoa
, Mar, h I Ith. 1510. ai?l one
1910 francs dated Dec'r 6th,
m Live 8tock l*an <'o.
?????". Penn Traction A Water
i ,,:?:, r Co. common.
'?'?' t Pani Traction & Water
Power < o p
m?ha American Water Works & Elec
?. ii. common.
an Wat?r Works & Elec
Co., Inc . lat prefd.
1.909 aha Black Diamond 011 '<>.
CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Tnree and One-Half Per Cent.
Mortgage Bonds
I* her try icivet, that. purauant to
ZZ"""Zl\" "/ ArU<"; ?N'""' ,jf ih" ?"?'
/ Ui th< UnlU-d States Tru*t Com
pany of New york. frtuiM, Ibla C<??[.ur./
Mia?t apart out ot tb< net Income nerived
hy )< frotn tha lin?_ of railroad thereln
<k\ tho sum of Tweniy>Sv_ thou
' and that bonda ImukJ urtd*r
? rtKiK'- //in \,? r?d??m?d therewith.
Kj'U are hereby invited for the evrrender
?f jritr.n i*ft'l* ?t price* a, i... named t.y th*
?? aiooui.t ot $25,1(23.95 i,i lhe
!-,., .,,g } or,.J.
.*).? h bids sheoid h* preeented to thta
Cempany hi i-? ofllce. I?t Broadwaj
?_ ti*w York. og ,,r ,,*t',r; Murat) t \t\i
at tv/..]'?'*??? -lo'-k ri',,,1,, m.,] ehPMld o*
?? n?u tor H,,r-,u*ir <,t Central
?<J,tn'iJiVwl,'/.'-'""'p""y Thr?? *"" '""???
21#lf i'ir Cent. B_n<)*."
CCMTRAL I'AtM'U' RAILWAY f i
Hr v/M.V. DKKitiN, Fresldenl
Vn.Cr.il January 7, 1919.
}dities
10 bales. Norfolk quiet, unchanged at!
27.25; sales 362 bales. Augusta quiet,!
75 points lower tt 27.75; sales 700 bales.
Mcmphis steady, 25 points lower at
29.50; sales 500 bales. St. Louis quiet.
unchanged at 80c; sales nil. Houston
steady, 75 points lower at 28.75; sales
1 L'S4 bales. Little Rock quiet, un?
changed at 29c; sales (!15 bales.
Sustenance
Cereals
Wheat. Advices from the Northwest
said tliat cash wheat premiums had
been udvanced there and that miller:;
were being forced to pay higher pr;ces.
This was in line with expectations nnd
many of the mil'iers have been lookint*
for an advance of this kind as stocks
of wheat in farmers' hands become ex
hausted. While the government paid
tho fixed price for wheat early in tho
season. when mills began to draw on
the government's supplies. they will
naturally expect to pay the caVryins
charges which have accrued since the
wheat was placed in store. This ap?
parent upward movement in wheat
prices was reflocted by a slightly firmer
tone i:i the local flour market.
Corn. A firmer technical position
in corn, resulting from the recent
heavy aeiling was rcsponsible for an
early advance of about 2^c in the
com market. Shorts were good buvers
for a time but, subsequentlv, values
broKe 5 to 6 cents pcr bushel "under re
newed pro sure. Stop-loss orders were
uncovered at the decline, and the
market -ave evidences of continued
weakness.
Yestcrday's Previous Year
Now York: close, close ago.
Corn, No. :! ycl!ow.$1.59?4 $1.6534 ?
Chicagu.
January . 1.36 1.373* $1.27'/2
March . 1.2^ 1.31'/4
May. 1.27'/4 1.29J/2 1.24^'g
Oats.?The oats market was again
(iomihated largely by corn and after
showing an early upturn prices de?
eiined sharpiy and closed weak. Re?
ceipts were of only fair proportions,
however, and farmers arc not selling
their oats with great freedom. At the
same time, the demand was slow and
exportera were apparently fully as in
different as they have been at any time
of late.
Yeaterday's Previous Yer.r
Nc\v York : cln?p. close. airo.
Oats, No. 3 white.. .76!'; .79 .9872
Chicago:
January.661 4 .68' '6 .7834
March.66'8 ??3I 4 ?
May.6778 .68! 2 -76
Rye.?Market steady.
Ycstorday's Previous Year
Nov York: close. .-1<^p ,lSo.
Cash, No ?: West. ..$1.73 $1.73 ' ?
Flour and Meal.?Quotations wero:
Yestcrday's Previoua Year
New York: c'ose. i'Ioe?i. atc.
Flour. Minn., sp. pai.$10.55 $10.65 $10.65
Cornmeal, yel. r.3.75(ffi4.00 3.75<E'4.00 4.87*.2
Rye flour, rhoice.8.80?9.25 8.805:9.25 10.20
Bran, 100-lb sacks.. . 52.00 52.00 43.50
Butter, Cheese and Eggs
Rutter. - Receipts were 11,196 pack?
ages. Creamery, higher than extras,
11). 07"7"t')Kc; c-xtvas, 92 score, (37c;
firsts, 88 to 91 scoro, 64@66%c; sec?
onds. 83 to 87 score, 61@63%c; lower
grades, 55 n *',0c; unsalted, higher than
extras, 69Mi'o70c; extras, ?8'?(fi 69c;
firsts, 657/ 68'.'; seconds, 62(? 64^c; state
dairy tub*, finest, 65%@66c; good to
prime, 62@ G5c;^omrnon to fair, 53@
(31c; renovated. extras, 53 Vs (a 5 ic;
firsts, 51 'ii.52c; lower grades, 44@48c;
imitation creamery, firsts, 48@49c;
ladies, current make, firsts, 46J/<KqJ
47%c; seconds, 44V2@45c; lower
grades, 42@44c; packing stock, cur?
rent mak^, No. 1, 44c; Xo. 2, 43c
lower grades, 37(*/.42c.
Cheese.?Rcceipts were 745 boxes.
State, whole milk, fresh flats, specials,
colored or white, lb, 37Msc; nveraRe
run, 36%@37c; lower grades, 33'?36c
twins. specials, 37%c; average "run,
? ?) 2?.,(c; lower grades, 33f? 36c; flats,
held, 377va3Sc; twins. held, 37Vfc@38c;
VVisconsin, whole miik, twins, held,
oo:f^fc' , S'ugle daisies. held, 38tfr
18,/-,C:olLe?1V>t?7I'2''r':J8c: (loub,(> dai.irs,
held, 37^s(s38c; yountr Americas, held
39(.r/?40c; fresh. 38'.* '"40c; state. skims,
specta.s. 28@29c; prime to choice. 30(6
27%c; fair to trood, 20@25c; lower
grades, 12@13s.
Hay and Straw
Yesterday !
T- ., x. . (per ton>. A year aao. !
Iimothy, No. 1.
lar-Ke bales. . . .$32.00?34.00 $38.00(3)40.00
No. 1 clover mxd 25.00^25.00 32.00?35.00
?ye utraw, No. 1 15.00@16.00 20.00? _
'-?
Coffee, Sugur and Tea
Current A year
iea, Pormosa. pcr lb. 3C 27
Sugar, Kranulated. 9 7 43
Coffee, Rio No. 7. per lb. 16 B'/s
Coffee Futures. -Yestcrday's market
was reactionary, v/ith prices on the
call vnchanged to an advance of 7
points. There was local liquidation in
May contracts, with trade buying that
position. Brazil interests were said
to be buyers of December during the
early session. Late in the day there
was further trade liquidation and
prices sagged off,, closing at net de
clines of 17 to 25 points.
The range of prices follows:
tj< i t ,., Monday'B Year
May.. 14.60 14.30 14.30@14.31 14 55 8 15
July.. 14.0a 14.05 14.154i;14.19 14.40 8 35
Au"*-. 14.07? 14.10 14.30 _
hepi.. 14.15 14.00 14.00? 14.03 14.20 8.54
Cottonseed Oil. A very nervous un
oertone provailed in the market yes?
terday owing to the weaknesa in other
oils and fat*. Thc domestic demand is
very poor at present and consumers
are not disposcd to make new contracts.
as they apparently fear some change
in regulations which might result in
lowering of values,
livestock, Meuts, Provisions
Koll.mlng or* ycftcrdair'a prleen. coraMred wtth
tli'me ut s yeir w
prUn- 10*. II, $15.00 mt*.2B $10.25 <**I.S.?8
VinntiX 0*tt. tUlen.
,,?'?.21 ? .2? .14 <f .29
Ui priw. I'W II. 17.00 *? 22.50 M.00 'i), 18 00
>?" .rl ???)?. <?!(>. w m,vv
, '? '?' .23 'Q .38 ,22 M M<\
Ui? awM, 100 )t, 7.30 4*. 10.00 ?,00 <Q 12.00
I.l?? l?i?l>?, r*lr u>
Wlmp. 100 lt,...li).J0 4? 17.25 17.00 ? 20.00
'We***-'! mtiltuu. II* .17 <g .22 .15 ci 20
DltMt'i l?|H'-l>, ' ny,
l'>. Mt 'tt, .Xi .22 <iii 27
H-??. 100 II,.17.75 3 (8.25 17.30 <& 1773
hrmml Ui/km, l,?
"';'., lb .24%iffi ? 24'/?a*> }ii/.
M(W V*. ?,W..50.00 Vt,- 50.00 <I 54).?u
\ ?'?'/ 1S.0O ? S0.0O 31.00 1 32.00 |
lb.'i'.Ue <w 24.25c 23.30b <0i 25.40o I
Pierce Oil Stock Sold
Bankers Buy 30,000 Shares to
Provide for Improvements
The Pierce Oil Corporation has sold
30,000 .hares of Treasury stock to
bankers to provide funds for paying for
betterments and improvements to its
various properties. It was stated by
an oflieial of the corporation yesterday
i that new tankage facilities are being
constructed m the Ranger field of
' Texas, where the company is now drill
ing for oil.
With the sale of this stock the com?
pany now has outstanding 772,000
shares, and there remains in the treas?
ury approximately 30,000 shares.
Relevant Comment
Cutting Down Production
The slowing down in general busi?
ness lines is reflected in the textile
manufacturing industry. Tho Ameri?
can Woolen Company, for example,
whicli wan lunning at top speed prior
to the signing of the armistice, has
been closing down a number of its
mills and portions of others until it is
now said to be operating on a basis of
around 50 pcr cent.
Chile Copper Cttts Output
Thc Chile Copper Company is the
iatest important copper producer to
announce a policy of curtailment. The
December production figures of the
corporation %'ere issued yesterday,
showing an output of 10,902,000 pounds,
an increase of approximately 1,000,000
pounds ov.r November. In connection
with the statement the company an?
nounced that beginning with tho cur?
rent month production would be nia
terially curtailed until normal condi?
tions are restored in the copper mar?
ket.
International Cold Pool
Bankers were much interested yes?
terday in the Washington advices to
the effect that the formation of a
$600,000,000 international gold pool
was being discussed. Establishment of
such a central fund of gold which
would eliminate the necessity of ship
ping and trans-shipping gold from one
part of the world to the other in set?
tlement of trade balances has been
proposed off and on for years. It has
been pointed out as being obviously an
ideal method of settling international
balances, inasmuch as it would make
that a mere matter of bookkeeping, the
fund being employed much in the
fashion of the gold settlement fund
of the Federal Reserve system. Rank
c-i'8 expressed the opinion yesterday
that to make feasiblc and practicable
the establishment of such an interna?
tional pool it would lirst be necessary
to have a real league of nations. This
was aKo the opinion of Leopold Fred
i ick. one of the leading foreign ex?
change experts in the country. Mr.
Fredrick said that if the gold pool
were cstablished in London, as had
been proposed, it would strengthen the
position of London as the world's
tinancial centre.
Sinclair Oil Active
Sinclair Oil became more active on
the announcement yesterday that an
oil well with an estimated flow of 3,500
barrels a day had been brought Ln 0:1
the company's Garber holdings. This
is the second big well drilled 011 this
property since the recent announce?
ment that the Sinclair management had
purchased a half interest in it. The
stock moved up from a low of 34% to
36 and closed at 35%, with a net gain
Of %.
An Early Maturity
An important industrial maturity
failing due February 1, concerning
which no announcement has yet been
made, will be $15,000,000 thre'e-year 5
per cent notes of the Remington Arms,
Union-Metallic Cartridge Company.
The National City Bank bought out
these notes in 1916 to aid the company
in financing its war business, but at
that institution yesterday knowledge
of a plan for taking care of the issue
was denied.
Note.- The Tribune assumes no responsi?
bility for the accuracy or authenticlty oi' curb
market ouotations. Transactions and prices
ycatcrday were as follows:
Industrials
S!?S?2_ . -*- ?Pen- HiCh. Low. Last.
1500*A.etnj?;Xplo.. 6% 7 634 6%
1000 *Am Wr Paper. 2"/? 23. 2'7 2%
200Br-A T G, mr. 24 24 24 ?4
Ti.'O Br-A T C. coup 20 25U 25 25' \
1800 *Dicto Prod... 9'-4 9>/l 9 91 '?-?
1.0'Gen Asphalt.. 53 54% 52'4 53> ?
200*Gen Aaph pf.. 85 35'_ 85 85'?
1900 *Gen M 6a dwi 80 82 80 80'/,
450 *GilIette Sy R..113 114 113 114
3000 Hupp Mot Car. 53,4 5% 5'/a 55.
6YO0 Int Rubber. M7'/?-18; 18'/2 16'._ 16'/?
9000 Key Tire i,- R . . ?23/4 54 50% 51%
1400 *Libby, McN&L 22% 22% 22 22'.
3000 Marconi of Am. 4J/8 4% 41,7 Zl
4.00 *Nat Coal & I. 56'/2 58 56'_. 57
300 *Pearson Coal. 2 2'/B 2 2''?
5000 *PerfT & R... \\ % il 34
1200 Frlcs.s T&M Cp. 18% 19'w 13% 1914
.'OOSub Boat v tefs 11% 11% 11IA 115?
2900 *Swlft Int w i. 46 48' 45 * 45
90 *Todd Shipyds.108 108 107 107
8000 ?United Motors 35!/a 35?a 35!/B 357?
1800 U S S'Bhip Co. 5 6 4?a 5
500 Way he Coal..., 4% 4% 4',. 43-i
7l'0*Wrt-M A Cp. 3% 4 3yl 4
3000 World !?' C v t c i/a ft (ft t/2
Standard Oil Subsidiaries
Shares. Open. Hi|?h. I,nw. I.ast.
1ii *No Pipe L.. - - 108 108 108
177 *Prairie 0.<-i; - 663 640 660
H> *So Penn Oil - 302 302 302
122 *Stan O(NJ) . 725 720 720
Other Oil Stocks
Shares. Open. Hijrh. l.ow. Last.
660 "Alien Oil. 5g 34 a< 34
500 ?BarneU OfcC. ft ft ft ft
5000 *tBo8t-Wyo Oil 19 19 19 19
Sales. Open. HiKh, Low. Last.
OOCO ?Cosdcn & Co.. 7'/n 7'/2 7Va 7%
20 ?Cryatal Oil_ 1'/2 1l_ 11-7 v,"
r,00 ?Ilk Baain Pet.. 6 6',k r> eC?
7850?tEam'Ua O Cp 5 5 41/, 41/,
30011 *Federal Oil .. 2'/4 23_ 2V\ 2'/_
4000 *Glcnrock Oil.. 3?8 3% 3V? 33?
300 Louston Oil.... 81 82 31 82
4000 *tHud?on Oil... 68 69 68 69
47(0 *Int Petrol. 19'.. 20 19' '? 20
2310 ?!sl Oil & Tr.. 7?_ 7% 7% 7%
3200 *tKenova Oil... 13 13 12 13
2000 Met Petrol. 3ft 3'/e 3 3ft
16000 'tMldwe-t Oil.118 133 118 133
2600 do pr. 1% 11/, iaB \y
800'tN'wcst Oil... 50 51 50 51 2
H50O0 fOmar Oil & G 30 35 30 32
5000*Pennoli Oil.. . 14'/a 14'/8 13% 13'i
10<">0*1 Queen Oil.... 23 23 22 22
1000 *R. ynl Dtch, n. 71'/2 72?_ 71'/, 72
2000 ?Sapulpa O.R 7*. 7*1 7<l %\,
BOOSequoyuh O&Il. [I f. (/" '>8
1000'Stanton Oil... 7% 7'/_ 7U 7t_
J500nTe.x O & II...13 13 13 13
; 30.100 Mltd W Oil. n 1ft 11a ij, i!3
: 800 ?Victorla O, n .1 2/- _?, _i/2 gi.
Mining Stocks
; ^harer. Open. HiKh. Low I_wt
I 1000 tAl?aka.Br C M 42 42 42 42
100 *tAm Minei..... 91 91 gj o7
! 1000 ?tAtlanta . 5 5 5 _
; ::000 Bii< Ledne Cop.. [i ll ,,? .3
! 1000 tBotton A Mont W 61 50 51''
1000 Butte-N York... ft A r B1,
I 4?00*?Caledonia ... 29 29 28U m"
5000 ?Cnlurnet & .1.. .'. 1/, 7 * ,,
600 Canada Copper. 2 9 21* 9 2
, 1>'MW ?C.mdelHrlu 841, 54 5S 53 J.
1000 ICxshboy . 7 7 7 55
1100 ?Ceilmt. S M&M. V/m VA 11/. 11/
800 Cr,.,,on Con C! 5 5* Xfa 4V
M0*Eur.ke Cr M, tV_ v/2 VZ ?fr
4200', Florence Sil. ?4 64 62 ei7* ;
i I'too lCol.lti.,1,1 Con. 22 22 22 P? ;
i 2500 ?tOotdftcld Mcrte 6 6 6 _ i
1 lOOHiela MJnlna.. 4ft 4'/4 4'/, 4'/4
I Shares.
I 1500*tJlm Butler..
! 1000 'iKewanas _
i 15000 f I.one Star . .
? 1000 ?tMother Lode.
i 10000 tNlxon Nevada
| 900 *Onondaga M.
6520 *Ray Hercules M
1800 -Rochester Min.
200 Standard Sil-I.d
4100 tStewart .
! . 200 *Tonopah Belm
I 1300 Tonopah Exten
: "000 *tU S Cont M.
2500 ?tWard M & M
500 iWash Cold Qu
400 W End Consol. .
' 0500 "twu Ext (a p)
15200 tWhite Caps M.
100 *W Knob Cd pr
Open.
35
7
7
34
46
33-8
2'/2
26
14
15
2%
2'. 8
8
24
91
1-7
15 "
16'/2
1%
High,
35
7
7
34
47
33a
2'/2
27
Low. I.ast.
34
7
6
34
45
314
2'/4
26
35
7
6i2
34
45
3'4
2?4
27
'/4
16
2<"V
2'/'a
8
25
91
Ui
16
113'
1.8
Bonds
Sales (000 omitted). Open
100 'Am T&T fis wi 997,v
150 "Anac'da tis w i 98' e
?1 ?Bth St 7s, '20.100%
4 * do '21.100J,2
2 * do '23.101
3 '*Brdn Cs '33 wi 96
50 *Can Gov't 5s.. 993/8
25 ?ChiN (i Mf5s.100?/4
25 *Fed Frm I, 5s.103'/2
10 *Inte.r Up Tr 7s 91'
2 *KCHyT 6s '23.10014
10 "Lix&M 0s '23.. 993-4
10 ?NYT Db Cs wi.101 '
300 *P RR GMtg f>s 98
l'i 'Russian V ;">'?; s 01
?1 *StP U Dp 5^3 931,8
loo 'Wilson oun>.' Us 9b
? Unlisted. t Sell cents per share.
Bid and Asked
Quolalions
The following table gives yesterday's
closir.g bid and asked quotations for
all stocks quoted on the Now York
Stock Exchange;
ili?i. Aslted.
D M pr. ? 73
K 1. Ac 1' 98
Ajax Rubber. U7
Aias (7,1 M, 3%
Alas .luiicati. 2
Al Chuiiuers. 33'/a
do pr .... 83>/a
Am r.nk Notb 32%
do 1>* . 43 4H i.igg ,v .11 T..2uo
Am Ag Cbuiu.lOl'/i 102 | uo pr . .. iu9
du pr ... 'j? 100 L-W ln- Co.. 42
t>'J3?i du lst pr.. 9o
M i do L-,1 pr... 94
?*.< s 48% | Lorillard 17 .. 166
louv, IOi'.-s, .i.i pr ..
<|?7 b.9% Louisv * S'
110 115 IMackay Cos.
Am
do pr . Oo
Am l'an _ 4o7
IU2
b7t/2
105
bo
b?
Wa
20
5b
22%
220
100%
44 va
do pr ....
Am ( oal .
Am Cot nil
do pr ....
Am Express.
Am 11 ,t L,
do pr . .
Am ico .... 4,
ilo pr . 5b
Ain lm Corp 5b
Am Linseed. . 4'l
? uo pr
ilo pr
Am Locomo..
Am Mail
?lo lsi pr
Am Shlpbidg. ? 142
Am-Sttu a .. 72% 73
do pr .107 103
do pr A. .. !I2 yb
Am Sullff . . . (05 ?
do pr . 91 ?
Am si li'dry.. a4% 85
?147 Manhui Deacli
sa no .uunnat 1.7...
So 94 Mantml Shlrt.
I4'a 14% L.iar nnckwell..
757, 75%|-Uat Al \\ . .. ? 44
42 |.ilaxwell Motor 28'-', 2y
5b';. do 1 it pi .. 52 52'
5(i',. .1.i ui pr. . . 20 21
4JImA!uy Dept Sl . bo 04
lo pr .102 lot1
trol... Idi", 182
IC!'; 10/
SH'/g 00 McX
BD'/a 1007, U.
2 2'?:MU
45 40 ..li,
I' Cop. 24',
24!
Mid
Central. oo'? ob
Id <, 4.77,
-M .v: S 1. new Iu
|.US1'& S S M 88
I do pr .iou
Cuil Leather. 50% 59'/a l' f tV & c
do pr - lOtVa ?Ub , I'ltis Sl pr
*'i rlalntccd . . 38 40 ..[? & \v \ -,,"
du 7i pr.. \zl ? | ,i? pr .,
*: A S A Tel. 117 118 IPond ( r Coal
t.no Uu 1'iis 33',a 33%11'r Steel Carl
Cliandler Mi:.l05 107
90'
!)4
5b
pr
38% 37%
80 81 Vz
12% 13'b
B3'/a b4.:a
9o 104
l>% ||)<
57 P S c N J. . <j| _
M & S 1'
do pr ....
A: X W.
do III
C Jt I & 1
(lo B pc P
do 7 pc pr. 78%
Cl A: 1'ltts.
CSP M A; O
I'ullman r (.7 120
? 12 j Ity Steol Spr. 73
8',4 8% elo pr .104
2a 26'/alltay Con Cop. 20
40''a 40%|Roadlng
72 72'/4i do l,
96 96% i do 2i
133 Lio IRei) 1
IV.'' ib... ? do fr .ioo ioi
b5',a bb-4iiloyal Dutch.. 73% 75
Sarage Aims
1223
80% 81%
37''2 38%
37'/3 38'/a
73'/a 74
80 |Saxon Mote
do pr
t:
82
do
Chhc
Clllni
ett Vi
105
S L 34 ','z 37
.... 66% 75
18
34
65
105
li & S K
59
7%
14
Copper. 17%
C Cup. 33%
64
do pr .104
Col V * 1.. 35 36
do pr . ? 115
Col U .V 17 427, 42V, s
Col ,t So... 21'. a 24'
do lst pr.. 48 50
do 2d pr... 41 Va 48
37% 3d
95 96
IShat Arlz .
ISinclair (Hi
171%
160
125
I3"4
Comp Tal
Consol <!a.
C. 1 C M.
Conl Can
do pr .104
Cont Ins Co.. 58
Corn Products 49
miluTii I'ae
r u
^Ufc'ar
it'ii.'
.. 68'.
do pr .102' j 104'
Cri'.x Carpct.. 47 53
Cruclblo Kt . 5b"0 Sb'/a
lo |.r
. . 28
"% do pr . 89
61", Standard Mill. 122
do pr . 88
59 IStmlebaker .. 51
49! -? do ii . 92
. 115
. 1.1'
. 35'/, 35'
. 48% 491
. 83 90
100% 1001
135 138
108
10!
23%
69',-a
125
Stn:/, Motors,. 4?'
ilip Steel
38
11
94
Cuba Am Su.153 155
Cuba ( ano .~u 25% 267,
do pr . 76 77
I)4ero Co pr.. u5i/4 97
Del Al 1111,1.104 105
li L At W. ...173 178
1) ,V lt O.. 3% 5%
do pr . B'/a 7
I).' Mines. 11% | | 7'a
Dft Kdlson. .. MO',2 117
lut. I .. R. C0 89 '
Dlst See ... SI'/j 517
1) S S & A. 3 V/z
do pr . 5 7
Elco St llat. 50 55
Elkhorn Ci
do pr ..
Erie .
do Ist i
Texas
Cop ,v ,: 131, 14'
A; I'ac. 31; 4 32
do Ld Tr...200 290
Texas Co ...183 189
llilrd Av RU. 14 15
Tidcwatcr (Ul 214 220
7.1. Products, 76% 77
do pr .104 104'i
Tol S L & W _ 9
.;.. ctfs
do pr . 10
'l" ctfa pr.. li)
Trans & \V s 37
Tivln city R r 3S
pr
78
b
20
38%
40
lii pr.
Foil M Ai
do pr ...
Klsber Body
I. 28% 20
.. ? 47
,. Ib% 17
. . 27% 28
. . 20
i. 10
.. 3b "3
t'ndenvood T.
'I" pr .110 ?
I 11 HaK & 1'. 75% 78
lililon l'ai-I(K-. 128 ?? 123'^
, . do pr . 72 721
21% Cn Alloy St.. 37% 38 "
1.11 ClKar Si..ll4','a 114%
do pr .109 125
37
42 |1
03%
165
367
do pr . 921j
llaii'ii Wlll'ms 2fl'/j 29%
Uen <'l)cm...l70 175
do pr .103 ?
Oon t'l?ar ... 51 52
do pr .103 106
Ccn Elco ...148% 150
Uen Motors... 128% I30%|U8I 1 'l
do pr . 83',4 84 j <lo 1
Goojlrlch 11 I' 60% 61"
do pr
firanby M_ 78% 79
do pr . 93% 93%!I'
.lo Ore miIw 345/4 34%, C
tlrt'i'iio C (7. 43% 44%l
O M & No.. 9 10
do pi - 31!'., 33
CJulf St Steel 59% 62
do Ut pr.. 94 89%
ltiis & ll * ar 44 45 I'lab
Harlman Corp 54!'j 60
HomiHtako .. 94 98
lll Central... 87% BB'i
Illt Agriinl .. 13 I3%i\a l '<; jt' (
do pr .' 55% 57 IWahaalt .
limp Copper.. 43% 44 | ,l? pr A
lllt'Coil Corp. 5% 5% il., pr lt
. do pr . 20 20% Well* Fi>?o.. ?.,
Int llar ....112% 113 Wwtern Md . II
, do pr .US ? | ,|? a,j ?r 24
Inl Mer Mar. 24% 25 .Wcatert I'ac 19
106% I06%| dO pr ... 59
61 83 iWciln'*,. Mfg. 41% 42
60 70
bed DriiB.. 94
I" lst, pr.. 51
lo 2d pr. ., 91
Dyewood,. 50
| do pr . 99
United Krtili.. 163
II 11 Ry Imr-t. 8%
dO pr . 17 |8
K I4"a 15
60% 6l%ir H gxprrai!! 167, ili J
?"" '227/? U ,S I,Hl Alco.lOiy, 102
do pr . 99 ?
S Itlty A\- 1 22 23%
S Ituliber.. 76',', 76('j
do lst ur. .110 lll
S Sm K 1( 431/, 441.
d" pr . 45 46'
I'PIMT
114% 115
72
I'lab See Corp 13% 14%
\a Car Cbcru, 54 55
32%
10%
Int l'aper ..
do pr Mpd.
20",
80'-,
Mekcl
do fl
Lit Nall _
I v.u Central.
Jiwell Tea .. .
29'4
86%
82
29%] Wi:.?,,
? I do ni .
62 Wh & L
71%
90
do pr
KCKHAM pr. 59 ?
; Kan City So. 18", Ifl
, dli pr . 51 53
Kelly Hprlng. 70 /I
do pr .... 80 92
KeUey Whcel. 30%
I ,, d(' pr . 86
Kenne Copper, XIV,
Kfok & D M. 3
291-4 301',:\\b|i? M?.,??;,'. 45?i ?0'A
'"' 'Wlllyi (l.e,..: 25% 25%
pr
B8'
88%
34'.
. 32
IWoolWOrtll ...129 131
,?do pr .117 |2|
Wor Pu A U. 85% 57%
pr A
do pr ll.
90
67%
Demand for
Flats Feature
Of Trading
Operators and Speculators
Are Active in the Up?
town Dwelling Sections
Leonard St. Realty Deal
Markham Company Buys
Old Property There; Will
Ereet a New Building
Acording to reports of activities oi
thos>; real estate ODerators and in?
vestors who ure regarded as leaders in
thc rea! estate market, there are two
principal classes of real estate which
make good purchases at current prices
and offer the maximum opportunity for
profit in the future.' They are small,
modern type apartmeryt houses and
downtown commercial property. Selling
of real estate extends also to private
dwcllings and to vacant property for
improvement, but the volume of busi?
ness is as noted and it is growing al?
most daily.
In the small apartment field the ac
tivity amounts almost to thc propor
tions of a bootn, while in the down*
lown section the selling is steady and
at constantly rising prices. Many of
the transactions being reported are re
sales of properties purchased during
tlie last two or three years, when val?
ues were especially low, and on the re
sales profits are being realized which.
while of good size, leave values still
below what the increased rentals of the
district warrant.
The advance in apartment house val?
ues. based on the inability of builders
to reproduce similar houses except at
greatly advanced prices, is the first re
flection ot' the steady increase in apart?
ment rentals during the last two years.
Operators base their purchases on the
fact that il will be ten years before
the supply of low-priced housings can
catch up with the demand and that
during that period rentals in older
houses must advance because of higher
rents builders of new houses will have
to obtain. What will happen to the
values of these houses when supply
does meet demand is, of course, an?
other story.
That the apartment house demand
for investment will spread to higher
class. more expensive houses is indi?
cated in reports from brokers' offices.
There is money coming into the market
tor investment in such property, but
with its arrival brokers notiee a ten?
dency on the part of owners to make
rather stitf deals. At present rentals
apartment house owners can afford to
be unbonding, for if they sold it would
he a problem with many what to do
with the money received, for they
would be put to it to find any invest?
ment as good. Then, too, it must be
remembered that the Federal tax pro?
gramme takes account of big profits
made on real estate transactions. which
is another reason why so many build?
ers are perfcct.ly sutisfied to hold prop?
erties which are salable at large ad?
vance s.
Operator to Build for Tenant
The Markham Realty Company en?
tered the old merenntile district yester?
day for the third time in the last few
months, buying through the Charles F.
Noyes Compfiny the two four-story
buildings at 11 nnd 13 Leonard Street,
covering a bite 50 feet wide and 90 feet
cieep. This is the lirst transfer of the
property since 1840. Mr. Eckardt will
remove the buildings and erect a new
structure on the site for a concern
which has arranged to lease tlie com?
pleted building. Cash was paid for the
property.
?323,000 West Side Deal
Tiemann Hall, thc six-storv elevator
structure at 610 to 625 West 127tb
Street, near Riverside Drive, has been
sold by the Nadig Realty Company to
the College Holding Company, Joseph
Sehenck, president.
It occupies a plot ].25xl50x irregular,
is fnlly tenanted, and had been valued
bv tho selling company at $325,000.
The E. A. Pollock Realty Company nc
gotiated the deal.
I.ansing 1\ Keed Buys a House
I.ansing P. Reed, of the law firm of
Stotson, Jennings & Russell, is the pur
chaser of the Joseph H. Choate house
at 158 East Seventy-first Street. The
bnyer will alter it for his own occu
pancy.
East Broadway Parcel Sold
The Cruiksliank Company has sold
for the Central Union Trust Company
248 East Broadway, a three-story and
basement brick dwelling, on lot 23x62
feet, between Clinton and Montgomory
streets. S. Domb was associated ns
broker.
Brown Secures More Flats
Frederick Brown added three apart?
ments to his Bronx holdincs yesterday.
In an exchange transaction he acquired
1220 and 122^ Grand Concourse, just
north of 167th Street, two five-story
houses, on plots 77.1x104.10, frora
Moses nnd Nathnn J. Packard througr.
Byrne & Bowman.
These properties wore valued at
$220,000, and have rent rolls aggre
gating about $29,000. ln part payment
the Messrs. Fackard took the hollow
tile ancl stucco residence on Wood ford
Avenue, near Richmond Avenue, Deal
Beach, on plot. 90x109, valued at $20,000.
Then through J. Clarence Davies, Mr.
Brown bought from Emma M. Btirnier
the two-story and basement two-family
house at 702 Jackson Avenue, 200 feet
north of 156th Street, on lot 25x87.6.
Flats to Replace Old Church
The deal for the old German Evan
gelical Reformed Church property at
the southeast corner of Avenue B and
Fifth Street was closed yesterday. A
syndicate in which are Dr. Max Wolpcr
and r. Arthur Stoioff and Max Neger,
a millinery manufacturor', is the buyer'.
The owners plan to reimprove the site
with either a six-story apartment house
with stores or a taxpayor containing
stores. The property fronts 72 feet
cn Avenue B and 100 feet on Fifth
Street.
Henry Hof has sold for Edward Volz
to George Hnmpton the building on
plot 27.6x92x irregular at 829 Second -
Avenue, between Forty-fourth and!
Forty-fifth streets.
Rcsales Reported from Bronx
Cahn & Pittman have bought from A I
L. (Juidone & Son, 2426 Grand Avenue, j
a five-story apartment. adjoining the |
Boutheaat corner of Fordham Road. A.
1?. Phelps & Damiane negotiated the!
salo.
The Meister Builders have renold to a i
corporation represented by J G i
Abrumson, attorney, 367 East J84thl
Street, a five-story apartment house '
ror.ting nt $6 000. It atands on a p'ot'
81x40, ?? .
Abraham Nevins scld thc sk-ston- '
apartment house, on ?tot. 53x100 at 984
Lonprood Avenue. The lesaee is said
to be the purchaser.
Call 1? Tor Tenemcnts
Harry H. Cohen has sold for Charles
Kretz, 265 East ld7th Street, a two
Speculatic
[ story dwelling. to a Mr. Hoist. who
gave in exchange the five storv apart?
ment house at 380 East 152d Street, on
plot 60x100; also 1690 Park Avenue,
Manhattan, a five story tenement with
two stores, on lot 25x100, for Mr. Hesit,
to Bertha Cohen, and re sold it for
Mrs. Cohen to an investing eorpora
ition; also rold the northwest corner of
Irospect Avenue and 181st Street, a
five story apartment house, on lot 29x
| 100, for an estate to Mr. Schlesinger,
; for investment; also for Francis Lipp
; ner to David Cohen, 747 East 181st
1 Street, a thirty-familv five storv apart
, ment houses 50x92x100.
j Queens Sites in New Hands
The F. & M. Schaefer Brewing Com?
pany has sold to J. Isoldi a plot, 50x100
i feet, on the southeast side of Grace
; Street, southwest of Wilson Avenue,
Long Island City.
M. Dayton has purchased from K.
i Fehseher a plot. 50x143 feet, on the
west siiie of Waldo Avenue, south of
the Shore Road, Bayside.
Trading in Nearbv Jersey
: Charles Bollinger has sold to the
Summit Theatre Company the two story
moving picture theatre at ?50 to 254
Summit Avenue, West Hoboken, for
?*60.000.
The C. Alfred Burhorn Company has
sold the residence at 722 Hudson
Street, Hoboken, i'or Mrs. Jennie F.
Daab '.:> Dr. George B. Spath, who wil!
remodel the building; the business
propetties at the nortlnve>t corner of
Park Avenue nnd Tenth Street to
George Pruser. 93 Washington Street
to Cornelius Caldes, who owns other
property in the block, and the dwelling
nnd garage nt 57 Hamilton Place, High
land Park, Weehawken, to Jacob Hey
man.
Kenting Space in Trade Zones
The Charles F. Noyes Company has
leased the building at 50 New Bowerv
to the Ann Metal ar.d Paper Comnany
for five years from February ! at an
t^pre^-ate rental of about ,?20',000; with
Hei! & Stern, the ninth floor of the
Maspnic Building, Twenty-third Street
and Sixth Avenue, to Louis Greenberg
& Bro., and the fifteenth floor in th"
same building to the H. Zaidenberg
Company, Inc.
Spear & Co. have rented at 84 to 90
Fifth Avenue the fourth floor to the
Belber Trunk and Bag Company, and
tlu sixth floor to Sussman & L'ngor;
the eleventh loft at 43 to 51 West
twenty-fifth Street to J. Mikola & Bro.,
the eighth loft at 71 Fifth Avenue to
the Niagara Silk Mills, the fourth floor
at 258 and 260 Greene Street to the Bee
Hat Works, the first loft in 552 Broad?
way to Julius Rosenberg and at 133 to
111 West Twenty-tirst Street 5,000
square feet. to Harry Bokal.
M. & L. Hess have leased with Fred?
erick Fox & Co. the eighth floor at 31
and 33^ East Tenth Street to thc Wein
berg Feather Neckwear Company, and
the tit'th floor at 821 am' 823 Broadway
to. Dube & Reingold.
The third f.oor at 220 Fourth Avenue
to A. L. Horowitz & Co.; the fourth
floor at 135 Fifth Avenue to the Tuxedo
Shirt Company.
Louis Schrag haa leased for_jwm.il II.
Fickinger and the New York Berger
Company tlie building at 154 Eleventh
Avenue with an "L" on Twenty-second
Street to the Oxzyn Company. whole
sale druggists.
Samuel II. Martin and A. Kane Com?
pany have leased the store and base?
ment at 2173 Eighth Avenue to Louis
Schoonmaker.
Takes Sixth Avenue Corner
Samuel Gruber has taken a long
lease through JPease & Elliman on the
property at 612 Sixth Avenue, south?
east corner cf Thirty-sixth Street, a
I'ttle four-story building across from
the Herald Building. The Wiener es?
tate owns it. Mr. Gruber will operate
the property in connection with an ad
joining paree! which he occupies.
Clinton T. Koe represented him in the
transaction.
Lease for Yonkcrs Stores
A five-year lease aggrega'.ing ?11.750
:ri rental with option of renewal was
closed yesterday for l.wo stores with.
approximately forty feet frontage on
Broadway in the Victor Hugo apart?
ment building, at Pest Street and
South Broadway, Yonkers. The lease
was negotinte.d direct with the Ger
liereux Company. owner, nnd Iveli :
Brothers <v. D'Albora, who will operate
Ihe premises ns a first class modern j
general retail market.
Wcst Side Dwellings Leased
Slawson & Hobbs have rented for I
i< M. Martin '.he dwellinp at 240 West :
Soventy-fourth Street to R. Oppen- !
heim; also 70 West Eighty-ninth Street
for Dr. G. P. Buggo to M. Luckel, and
260 West Seventy-eighth Street for
Miss Justini.Si Duffy to Gus Clark.
Recorded iWortgages
Downtown
GRBENWICn ST, ii'. nms n 32.1x w 43 and :.l 4s !
s 32.fix e 977 1.1 beg; >,_ pail: ,1 t; Jan 7!; Roht
11 L Clarkanu to T G .^ t Co, 176 Broadway: I
duo and iul as per bond.$4,000 I
East Side
119T1T ST. ^ .-. IM.:. -. Madlnon ,u. l.-,.Sxl00 Jl; I
p m; .Jan 14; David Calef to Jn, v Stiirr, 117 W
G8th Bt: duo Mareb 1, 1&24; 5 per ccnt: attv '
L T & T Co. IH11 Broadway. $1000
122D ST. 414 41s 10, I00xl00.il Ms^lgmneiit lease
recorded April :i. 1914. by way of p m mtae>
July 13, 191S; Marie Dagea lo Volunteer Garagn
Ine, 414 i; 122.1 sl: rluc April I.I, 1920; Int a
p - notes; pr mtge, 51.000: atly. David Welss. -.'co
50> ?v .$3,000
West Side
21ST ST. 213 W. 25x98.9: Dec 1; Alcs TVau'man '
*'nrl Borgmnnn, 263 7.Mh st, Brooklyn: due .lan
14. 19.'2: ii p C; Pr mige, $11,(100; atty, 1. T Ac
T Co. liio Broadwav.
AM8TBUDAM AV, 9 w c fcisth sl Vr "-;''. ."u. -
28; Krcik K Lewis, 2 I. ;.. 1 loren 1 7 1' ?
Saugaluck, Cnmi.: due and Int ?
mine, $250,000: also another p :
and other property for $7.r.,000; :. ,
Carstorpben, 233 Broadway. . .
EDOKCOMBB AA'. e s, IS.jl 11 1 -
p m; Jan 10; Grand Concoiir.-i lle tv Co ? ? tbe i
Gtiarriian Lll'- Ins Co of Ameri .. .?' 1 .... ?. Ro
due aml int
41 Park How ..
kdgecombb av
Jnn 10: same to
.same attys .
COXVBNT AV. 298 v ,19.11 ?
Jail 1 ; Agnos v.' Burli 11 to 7 sei I ;
77.1 giflii ??. Brooklyn; 3
s A .S. 213 Montague st, Br ok .
104TH ST, 11 s. 200 e Anisterd ,.
Jan 4; Maxlmllliin Winston .'.:..'. \'.'
to Tlins llarton, 4.*(i 9tb .-1-: 3 yi
mtge, $33,300; atty. M .1 Winsloi
st
pt bond ; alt; s, i ?
' 1.3! ll il
duo 0 I
pr
1S0TT1 ST, 707-709 \V. 50x110; Jan 14; E.nwa'l
Itealty Cn tn Krnest 1! Lathain and ano 390
Sterling PI, Brooklyn; 2 >r.. 0 p e; attys, Dunn
a; Daly, 261 Broadway.$10,000
Bronx
F.LM ST, 9 e n. bring lot 101 to 104, map S Li
llaifslit; '?? part: Ellz J ('ialviii et al tn Mary K
Cnnner 1758 Pnplar si. Jan 6; 1 yr, 0 p c; attya,
M.iims & it, :i70 K ll'.'Mi Bt. t-,()0
JACKSON AV, w s. bring n __, lot 177 map Wil
ton, etc: Cimliia Matrnne to Vlnceiuo iiliv. r
240 i; 59th st; Sept 12, 1918; Instals; atl* Johri
Bomiffl, 1149 lat av. '" ???? ,
1-HTIl ST, 9 ii. 50 W lllder av. 50.7x110 7 T; '., "
Clarlt aml ano. exrs, to \Vm G Happy, Sound
Beach, Conn; prior n-.'.r". *ir.',o.!- Dec 5 191.V
2 >r?, 0 p ??; atty, A Jt Bunncll, 13 i'ark
\V4>jHI.\GT0N A\ ., ts. , ,: 175,71 v',70'
Kllpatrlck lo Roht .1 Kllpatrick. 1243 Vnlv.-r^tv
av: .lan 14; due Jan 1. I'.rzi; :,';.. p e; auv T 5
it T Co, 176 Broadway. ' 'jionn
152D ST. 3R1-383, n ?. 30x100; Chas, Kmu .0
llanna Ralst, 381 E I52d M; prior mtge $30,000 ?
Jail1 14; doe a.s per bond; alty, llanna llabt. 381
L i-'-d st. ilo ano i
MOItltlS AV. w s. I30.B u 198th it 50 2x114 1-i
Bcsalc Senr tn h, Iwlg B Kra.ul. !601 Uniwrfltv i
av; prior mtge *?,000: Jan 13= 3 yrs. i1 p ,.
lo-TTl. ST. n w ,. Tlffahy ,t. SS.lxToi.bxbs.Srtill0
also ( rotona ar, e s, 838.8 n isi?t st 4nV,'
101.4x3-. 10x105.1; Hnffmaii Co Bulldora ino to
Hattle Ecktnann, 1118 Stmrwon st; Jan 1 ? a ?ii
Without lut! atty. A K.kmann. 11 I.s ^m^
*l.?????.$9,000 !
Satisfied Mechanics' Lien
Manhattan
'"agTvrja iciUn,^? T"'4!^"''^^?'
ur 1 7-?n m1 i "J.: J.un* '?? 1?1S_ j:,4
' ft'Va, ?i""i.?AK Marki "" I"'u',? A Crwn
' ' ' .SZM
Ihe Bronr
K,ioo,looK t'',!,;',('r-' ",'' m ? Croton. Parkwav,
ciiotoka ' p.vkk'wa-* . ,;' ? ",,.r ',:?i,',u;.rJ-;.,i?
>n in Apar
! Gustavus Lawrence Buys
i Valuable Jerome Ave. Corner
i Gustavus Lawrence has bought the
. southeast corner of Jerome Avenue and
Fordham Road. which is understood to
; be one of the most valuable parcels of
1 its area in West Bronx. Mr. Lawrence
bought the" property from the Roulinea
estate, which has owned it for many
years. It contains about eight lots with
a store building on the immediate cor
1 ner.
Fordham Road is the great crosstown
| thoroughfare of the upper Bronx and
is rapidly developing into a business
street of high character. As Jerome
Avenue is a subway street, the strate
K'.cal value of the corner at a site for
business improvement when the new
transit has been fullv developed and
appreciated can be imagined.
Mr. Lawrence is a studert of transit
and the benefits that accrue from it.
He followed the Broadway subway.
buying corners. which he sold later at
: profits that were sensational. He must
have paid a big price for the Rouline*
property. because the estate has recog?
nized the value of its corner. judgin>?
by the many offers which it has re"
lused .or the property since. construc?
tion of the Jerome Avenue subwav ex
| tension was started.
Plans a Development
Of Small Farms in Jersey
j Tho Kline Realty and Improvement
Company (Benjamin J. Kline. -presi- j
dentl has bought from Louise A Finck
through Richard W Elliott 223 acre*
|0t land near Berkeley Heights. N J |
j 'ocated about four miles from 'Summit
p, ? IZ'Z r\}}d one-half miles from
tlamlield. The property was assem
: bled severai years ago by George Finck
' tor the purpose of developing it into
( twenty and thirty acrs estates. but the
| plan was linally abandoned. The prop
j erty has total frontage of over 2,000
feet along Stony Hill Road and 3.3S0 j
reet on the Mountain Road i-ading to '
Sumnut. the new owners will sub
divitie thc property into farms of from
| three to live acres, with improvements.
??-??-.
Reeorded Transactions
Downtown
nST^ft.-*; l\10'ZiU75V"'*-i M'nett. st.
' s 1 ;-?",. eU'7'l"'r st' 22-2^5; Mlnetta Bt.
',,? ,'?'' - ' Blecekcr st. runs n 89.10x s 34 to
"I'letta .. , ? 2U] ,,, b Cotnc? ? J,
i ,' \,,,e",1l'lV1. s (,r"1 (roreelosure). 14? ?
teki' ' I918; aIty' *?>??????? J Knoeppel.
| " Ul ?-*>"?? St .5 7000
Eitst Side
f2D^AuV? .G98?no21S0: Hyman Schwarta to Fannle
fcchwaia, 09S 2d av; mtg $9,000: .lan g.tfft
3D AV c s. 4170 i 4t8t Bt. .4.9IC4 11 Euiei le
Horthe. 8 92n,,t4gw?$'1'000: Ja" *?' ?"?? K>h.ll
rclie. 192 Uway.
ViVlW U , X'?V stZYtClZS DS= 1: 1518)'
:? i .??-, ""?'' (rt'fl to Lucle A Buddlngton, ,
lii,::, u,h Sl : Jan ',; ?">?? Andrew Wilson. I4i)
H2.000 I
Mabel K Perry/ 3724iffl %"_t LiuuSl"
vLaii st ";' 1918: "*' Wm C Whl,o; -{>
tO I>rh Realty Co. 131 W l.d st; n?K S.OofoOO;
Bway : aU-- T1,1? 'iuar & T Cc- 17,!
? vL ,'" ,K ~ZZ-'Z:co K Frank Y? W.lu-r
Frank et al. hl E 82d st; Jan 211, 1916- attvs
Milll?n x. (??. 49 Wall st; 3 deeds..
-'26 E, 25x100.8; 93th st, L"J4 B,
I S2S ?T- .fi ,K. 20xiojj:2 ?-Lei.E' Friik to W_lu
<J,Z ."V- ,M ,1- ?-d st: jRJ> -'-'? 1916; *ttv
I o-T,V}HSi1 *,?Co-?49 "a" *'?? 3 deeds. ..$100
I |S???,' "? J'" "xlOO.S; 95th st, 224 1,7 25x
, , !??' ,,0fep,h Isa&? '" Klbcr' ^a"3- Co, 113 C>, i
Jymbia st; Jan 14. ajty, _ _ Isaart. u'5 c.oluwi. '
', 1 1 (vr 1; _."t?..' -' ^ '_.*' ^0
1 Vii, ,?" ,s' ls4-' w Madison av. 15.8x100.11:
! Ul? ti Hartre to Uavtd Ca.of. :: il llytl; st' I
j Jan 14; atty. Lawyers T & T Co, 150 Bway. .$100 ,
West Side
sril AV, CS. ?x?; 9th av. 70. e 1 10,5 ? 13th
tu i?:ilxl0?:-,MVt,n nnd ^lrlrV O'Dowd to Mar
Vl.. "?W'\ct C?' ?7 W 1'",th st'- ""? *23.500l
I!wL ; aUy' Dav:i M N???Mi_er; 74|
| Chas E Hotcliklss (ref) to Krc.lk Goerl. 710 B
178th st (exr); attys. AmcnU .t A. 119 Nassau
' r5TIl'"OT."'2M"'w"-M_i6i:_rSM__--_;4|_ffl !
(r lower) to Au Un M HIauson, 209 Alhaiiv av
1 Mngstoii. .\ V; i_i? $23,000; all Hens; Jan 9;
, ?;tys Greene & Hurd, 43 Exchange pl.$1
N-77?iSt'? s-rs- Z <" Amslerdam av, 50x100.11;
t'ZZZ'rZm "" '" VJ.n West "''?"' St Corpi),
ilO W 110th st; attys, Foley & Martln, C4 Wal!
^iS^'/iJ''' l.IV V '?jj "iV ". "lkb'th rt!
,{i.axh..fix27x71.11: Sdior Contracting fo fo
Martha G Reid 700 I.vlancl uv. I'lalnfleld. N J
^. Part^mt. $17,300: Dec 31. 1918; atty. H B
EDCECOMBB AV, i'o' c.139th' st.' fili'l'xSs':' Edgi'- 1
eombe av. e s. 18 n 138th st. 90x85; Guardfan
ti u'w. V- Conn?ri>Aracr,l'a to Oraii.l Concourse
.. \t, ','? r9?- I,wav; ,1"l!s ?!!;'J.000; .lan 10':
Hitv, .Mlrkaei Kaui'man, L",IH H?r<v ?10il
iv.ru st. ;,oi;-.s w. r.^,,,,.,,; w?;'.; < i.risUo ?
ijni Jd? '> I)l"k,>r,- 8*?3 105th st. Rlrhrn-nd
,.'"? y .? ."-'. nitP $31,300; Jan 10; atty, Title
ouar A: l Lo, 176 Bway.51
The Bronx
vZ,i:uAV' Zr w ^ni8^il0?; Kra,'k 7-^<? & co
tt Bcnj Cohen, 980 Tiffanv st end ano- mt
JU.000; j.n 10; atty, >| A Rabinovltc""' 2^0
??raiid st . tinn
BATHGATE AV. 2402, e s.' ".o'x'sg. 11';' ' Mavy T
Mehlnnen to Ilalbcrt A Bolt. Deposit \ "i ? l--:
nmnt: Z "'" '''"^ al,y' * " SmUh- 460'Tre
"7;'lh M '??' ?' ?' c ? xi'i F.-J.k Jakaiil ?b
,','? ''-IX'"'i,1,r?r lfl|( Belmont st; July 19, 1918:
atty, T <; & T Co. 176 B'wav .. $100
SAMK I'KOPERTY; C,? F Knepper 'to 'Alfred
Jacobs, G.,1 Prospect av; Deo 30, 191s; same
, (1i,'.l,>, -..$10,)
I.OI ... map partltlon J, G Iinnt Kst; rmilp '
, J Dunn. ref, to Kanny Hraun. 774 .lih st
j-.kl.vn. ano ano. exrs; Apr 24, 191S; atlv. I, i ]
l.-angbeln, 302 B'wav . '$"100
C1USOLM ST. .. s, 195 a Jennings bY, "_0xi00;
Chl""ia Swc*ncy t0 Mar>' A Conway, 1326
1\1" ST ! ; -0 j Briggs av .7x70 t i,as
Kroetz 10 Nettle Benenson. 255' E 174th 8t
mt $6.0001 Jan 14: atty, N Benenson 255 B
l,4!tl St .?,. ?,nn
V.ASHINtTG Ai 71 fi e s y ,x :M?? r*Z
Orson A Raynor. ref, to Clias Jacobs. 1155 46th
sl. Bklyn; July 31, 1917; atty, T G & T Cn
1," B'way . ?., r(in
81Vm <1::''"',T\ ' a, Ja" l" ' Ma^KSI
,-Snr,?T' ? ,'?, v" Hv: SVi. 1:<: s"nu-' atty..7.$100
1...I) hT oSl-3 K, 11. s 50x100; Hanna Haist. to
Chns Ivroetz. 265 I-; 197th st: mt $::o.000; .lan
%<,, .;o5""',V- A iitt'lr"""lll-f. 15" 3d av.$100
,i A\ w s. 150;6 II 196th st. 50x114.1;
11 rinig 1. rrand to Beasic Dear, 100 Wadsworth
av: rn; $8,000: Jan 17; atty. T G & T "?
l'? Bway . ,]0;
W1U,'AMSBRIDCE li(i.M). w s. at se''a Bost?.
Road. runs sw 226.10xse UO.lOxn "-.4 v Fraiiels
M 1 ha.,. et al to \V?, Thwaltes Bron'xdale N
,' ; ',.". '',,;'.,s: A''" 28, 1917; atty. T (i fi T
.... ii,i 1, way . Sinn
BMKVS 1'ATIK FAJsT. ., e 71.,, R__dV "l_?.. S
.<> cenlro line old B, ion Road x bw to Bronx
Park East x n ,, ;-,? .i?, Thwaltes rt al to
J'.lnecnt Aator. RhinecHrT, X Y: 3 doeds- Ort
--? 19181 aUy. V G & T C;, ro, l'.'way. ..'...$1
I i^ Pendens
Manhattan
w.rt v'c Shearer
foreclosure of mortgage?;
''Z Z,-Z "ZZZ- S;!''^' act I) ii Jackson i
B?.V?erC*C_u?gr-.f0rCCl0SUre of;??^W); attj,..
140TH ST. s 5 100 u 7th av, 76.8x99 11- two ar
tions: Imoc i-'hlman agt Terry ll?!,i(, i'c, , ,"
z^czr^x,:.,ort"*5,= ?;
Consolidated Exchange
[Unit of trade on this exchanKe. 10 shares.l
1 ransnctiorts nnd prices yesterday for the
more active shares foliow: ,
S:'!.^: . _ Open. Hi<rh. Low. Last. '
2440 Beth Steel B.. 5. 8 _|g SJg &g
? ..iloi-ii Prod.... 49' n 49a_ 483J 4Qi,p '
1?0 Int Her M pf.106'/. 107'4 10fr| ,Zt '
.Ml U -s Steel- 907B 9i?8 907'8 91i J ,
UNITED STATES BONDS
13050 Liberty 3i7s..99.70 99.74 99.50 B9 5f.
2450 clo _d 4a....92.88 92.88 92.64 926.'
2450 tlo lst 4V?s.96.70 96.76 96 52 ll'lW '
3000 do 2d 42a.95.76 95.76 95.M 9.64 >
58o0 do 8d 4>4s.97.32 97.48 97 32 .746
83..0 do 4th 4Us.95.86 95.96 <t5.it 9..9_
Stock Ex-Divtdend Yeaterday
Cuba Railroad, preferred, $3.
DIVIDE?:i) NOTICES
FB0BBAL SCtiAK RKFIK1KQ CO.
-., , January 14, 1919
lhe regular quarterly dividend of one and
one-half pe, cent U'.ift.i on the Preferred
xhureN of this (.ompany will l.e paid Fphrn.
ary lst. 1919. to stockholders of record?!
Mi.- eloae Of l.uxlneNH January :'lai. 1919
Tranfer Booka will not clone
rir:rti:i; .1. SMITH. Tre?aurer.
TOIl U ( <? ntllliKTs CORPOHATION
Ihe1 Board of IH,.tora of Tobacco Prod?
ucts Corporation hav declared a dl?tdend of
51...,o per sliare 00 the common capital stock
of thlB corporation, payable on February ir,.
of bualneaa February J. l?l?. which dividend
'?payable ln scrlp maturlnf on February 1:,
19111. aiuI bearlngr liucret't ut tho rate of ??i
per onnurn. ,7f
.S,rl|, certin.-ates will be malled.
William a. FERGUSON. Secretary.
tments
Transit President Buys Big
Putnam County Place
j S. W. Huff, president of the New
j York City Interborough Railway Com>
i pany, has bought the 450-acre farm be
I longing to cx-Assemblyman John R
i Yale. ne-ir Ludingtonville, Putnani
| County. On the property are a larrje
? residence, harns and outbuildings, with
; about one hundred head of cattle and
| complete farm equipment.
| Jarvis Stores in Jersey
Bought by Railroad
The Erie cr thc Delaware, Lacka
? wanna & Western Railroad has pur
chased the Jarvis Stores, in Jersey
i City, which were destroyed la.-t sprinir
by an explosion. The property was
bouirht yesterday by one or the other
oi these railroads for railroad purposes
and the development of wharfage facili?
ties. Thc property is closer to *he
tracks of the Erie, and -for that reason
,*? is believed the Erie is.the buyer
The Lackawanna road is onlv a short
uistnnce to the north of the "property
which includes ali of the block between
North Twelfth and North Thirteent*
Streets P?ovost and Barnum Stree'?
The block fronts 400 feet along each oi
the former streets. and 200 feet on Ht
latter streets. The Cruikshank Com?
pany sold the realty yesterdav for
Nutalie Jarvis.
Results at Aurtion
AT 14 VE3EY STREET
Bv Jo_er>b I* l)?v
^fSS?SifSiv* p*??*??te*
tV,; ,,'?'' Uxl! ,; ?' Bl> "" ?"d stra: l fi
doe -|V'--'s-' ,'"'' "*' "]'? MockOWlte et ?;
titt'tw : ' '"'? $M-':;o; '" ""* i,,,t''
!?;52 fi" llr"V-s*' 'e'** w." '*??:$
three3 sty divgs; S E rumall agt Douglaa He_.i .
Co et al; due. $15,539.97; ta.xes. etc t:i;?
tbe plaintlfT for. i_V<____
204TH BT. . w ,- .,,??? ar. ibbx-obVVwwV.'lh!
Life 1ns c. agt J P Klrwan et al: ,|,,? V. fl
-.. _. 7.HX1*- '?',' tS.1li.30; adj ti. Jan _?
"''."*' ?"'? s w c 120th st, 25x108 7 .< ,ty .....
?> ' TlA'H.1'"' trus. agt, Patrl.-k lonlhani et ?v
due. S..0?iil).;x; iax?. ete. $1.289.57T.o t?>
plaintlfT for . ' .... ""*
,^? "> Arthur C Sb.ridai,.
109TH ST. 237 E, :> .. 180 w M ?. MxIM ,
;!;.,;;;_?? roV-^-.'r:.. :*iM-.':"??.?-,!,::.'
AT 8208 TllIIlD AVENI i:
,-,_? By Henry Brady
"',- r-Sii'." s' -V " '?'?"'""' ??. 73x100; vac.m ?
'.,.', .H.'<1" "ct Latharo i: al: dw
Jl.l, " "? 230 w Wlii!> >''??ns av 50x114
H EOllvrr R(rt m A Attlnaot! et ?d;
301.24; taxes. etc. $185.91; to thc plalnUR
r. - ....$2,009
-??---.?
Assigmuents of Mortgages
Manhattan
",'." ,'"r'. '->r' E; mtg $ln.ooo. i< Geo'rae
Carrie Solomon 251 K 53d ,t; al
enstau. .', i ed&r sl .- ? ?.,
AMSTERDAM AV ? , P 11711, .,.'?,?
Clairu a Kennedy to Chillp i. mjr Mii!??
,*, ; '^"^""^.""'d <: ' - av?M
-.-? i ,.' 'H ? ' z>" <'"-'? " Oppenhelroer o
ritle (Juar & Trust Co I7C ftn-a *!__!?
"TH ST 307 E; Title Guar A T
-ri '?; r- h"' e? ?"- T,Ue Gu" *
C0?;? fri, 2? ^ 'T"'1 ,;;-' A 7""4n-'
'" ,0 Mi,rla ? SabaUnl. IH99 Eaat Cl -.?
Rronx: attys, Hunt, Hill ?v BeVLt. I2fl Bre,.i'
^&y. ?-. ,i,t
lOjiD ST 812-14 E; Eugonia Kdly Da'tia
land Mortgage Co. 120 Bway; a-ty. Tl
*= r Co. l,t> Bway .
The Bronx
rj!AXKJ'IN' AV' ? s' 68-< ll " ??'? ITOth St 4?i
,-7'? v Inw??ors Corpn to Title Guar i- T Co
?,?f' R,way; a,t-'' Ti,1<, QUM & T (o .. $24,000
U vS'lVHKSTKK AV. g ? s. at s ? Kelly st M8?
ni*.lr?' ???? to same: same att;,. ..114.00.1
BROOK AV 1298 e s, 50x100.5; Jolin C Lynl to
Dollar .-savings Bank. __7J7 ^d av; attys Mie
kellar A *;. 4,'l (Vdar st.
DECATUR AV 3162: Marie K Unk to Joactaint
BobcIi, G,.i \\a)"s av; atty. Raphael Unk. lii
,,V"avn.;??.
1.(11 33, map 10, lots Hudson Park;
Thompson .larcbow, admrx, to Adeline It T !'a?
kett. S27 E 233d st; atly, Geo McCauslan. 41
1 ark llow .
141ST ST. s ?. ig] 6 t't e of Alexat
als.. st.-ip between old and nev* lines of 44!~. ii
,'',?), ('';il(>n !" Uymaii Daahmaii. 17". 4'-'.
St, Bklyn; attys. Ilirleman & V ::_> 1 E I1!>th
st.?. J!
Satisfied Mortgages
Manhattan
7T11 AV. 2300; Cliarlotte Wllliaxni
ton Ford, of Brooklyn;
Liberty st ; July 14. 1914
53?- ?,!?, ".''',-:" " w of ;"11 ?*? '- ??'?""?
?olfk|?fl, 12 E 08th st, to Aar.
50? etli av; atlys, Cary & CarnlJ. 59 Wall
<? ? t 18, 1912.
r'l'll AV, ? ? c 18tb st. 54__60:' Mi ;
strucUon Cq to Julia I O'llara. , .
cxtrx v.iil of Salllo A n'llara; attv. Wm H'An
bald. 316 W 23d st: Jan 24 1912 f_ >_.
AMSTERDAM AV. e s. 25.11 ft ll of |?i.. ,. J
100; Anlia I'i/.i. Statnford. Conii to A M 1 /
753 West Knd av; atly. Lawye.S T A T (.'- -_f>
Bvvny : June tl. I'.ill ? ... '(.,
BROADWAY. s e e. 38.11, wwe 120.'l'i
??? 95.5 to e s B'way \ n 7". to bes I
Hotel Normandle: Grand sl v; (1 2991 i
Pt.-33-33 (1-299); Josephlne Ellxalietb i :
..ella i..bcrurdesca and Alljesto rlells (ii, -
Bolgheri. l'Ssa. Italy. to 7 S Trusl Co
190?8' S,c"i,n *-' ^heanr. Ig \\ai\ st; ."_? '?"
ns to Ldii!" Kr\ I
Edw A I
$6 'i g
Recorded Leases
Manhattan
TTii AV, 4.:o. storo and flrst. loft- Knin lleal'i
( orpii to Harrv Frlclnian. 319 W "?',:. ?
froin Jan 1. 1019. atty. M *.' LPMciii, '
st. Bklyn . , ., ,
90TII ST 423-425 E. .11; Beuj Knlo 'to AbV .1.
i.lis. 1,4 )?_ 90th s,t, 5 yrs from Ma.-eli I IP17 ',
vrs renew. ' ? <i,.|
MADISON AV. n e c 34th st. s 11 s
Itealty Corpn to Tikly l.uggage Co 9 9 1 ? ,
from Jan 1, 1919; atty. K S Sellgiinn,
san st.
GOERCK ST. :,-:. all; Nathan Cohen to Ftosie
Jli.tliinann. 316 RlTlngton st; 4 yi
77.i; attv. saml isaa. s. :,l Chambers st .$4.50*
A\ li. 195-201. all; Wm Prager Indtr, et al
exrs, to-.M?.\ Schwartz. 7.'9 1-; 9th st; 3 m- from
V.-!> 1. 1919; atty. Lawrence I Gerber . ti
Bway .$14.4.-,0
The Bron\
CROTOXA AV. 2154; a',.. TIffany ?:. 1113: ill:
Hoffman *.. Builders 7.-. to Albert Eckflmann.
1118 Minpson st; 3 vrs from .lan 1 1919 (rltli
option to purchase for $S1,000 .?-??
Albert Eckelmann, llls Siinpson st; tai,>. ?'.
SOUTHERN BOULEVARD, 168 to 173 all Lu.b'is
A Co to Saml M Kra:ik. 40 E 83d
rroro l-'eh l. leis (optl,,n :, yrs renewal); at'n.
Brussel A- It. 41 Wall st ...
CRESTON AV. se c lSsti, st; atorc: C?h Keathw
st.-ne to Pasquak' Amlro. jr 'J44C, (?-,
10 yrs from Apr 1. 1917; atty. P \
2446 tresti.n ar.j7mj ,., fi._^
MtBchanics* Liens
Manhattan
102D ST. 213 E; Nathan Weliiateta agt Magdslena
Orange. owner; Chas lt Bemev
WKST ST. 414: luv.,- Kr-iiing t'"',.
Heiser. owner end contractor; inna Ktilm.
owner .
"~'ZU . S,T 8l3 W; Abraham tin-riy n*\ M
\ sullivln. oMnrr and rontraetor $^.'
72D ST. 42 W; Isaac Krle.llii, sgt .1
Harry S Proctor, contractor . 1457.SI
KEAL ESTATE POR SALE OKTl) LET
BOBODQH OF QCEEK8
forest Hills Gardons
16 Minutes from Penn. Station.
Houaes and Vllla Plota for Sal*.
SAGE FOUNDATION H0MES C0.
<T W. 34?h St.. or Forest Hills, L. t
U'ESTCllKSTER (IIIMV
CATJEORNIA IU NGALOW AT LAKK MAHOFAC
?Camp type: stooe tlreplacv; v,rv oonTNtiaitljr
located. ?Cli permanent u?tcr rights ?
JU1. .V:1,1.' funitslied. $S.4KH) COI'.NTRV 110MB
LEA*_,l K. 40 West S2d at. Mad. tso. PS?0.
_FACTORIE8 FOB SALE
<n3fT, MODKBN WOODWORVrNQ r*i'
it. r. suhkx*. a.. box rs, tuibi m: orrtci
-
TO LET FOR BUSINESS VuRPOBES
STORES 2 ll*r*c' ,lsht *l,ow rooBM. tmi &>"
****?' way aUUon. 110 Woit 40th.
OFFICES *M ,0 *'wrTo~s7oVbutidin,~?V

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