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-REAL ESTATE PISS,
NOTES AND GOSSIP
Tenant anil Olliors Arc Buy
ing tin Nig Itoxborough
Apartment HotiHCi
The fwerve Hoxbo;ouj:li apart
ment Iioijho nt (ho norihwent corner of
llroadw.1)' ami Nlnety-scrond street li
being old on lha coopcrutivo UiibIh to
tenantu nnd olIirrB. Tlia Hoxborough
JIoMlnB Company, owner, ) turned
th liou over to Hliflrp & Co. to be din.
liOied of on Hint bal. Tlie agents re
jmrt that already considerable, stock In
iho fiitcrprlse has been bought up. The
house contains nTlywven npnrtments
nd seven storeH and returns a rental
of about J160.000. It cover a plot 107x
KE, und was built In 19J1 by Honry
Shnrn f'o. hnvo also sold for J, C.
,nd M. 0. Mayer 252 West Klghty.
fifth street, ii nine story apartment, 80x
100 renting for 70,00l). TlUa building
contain suites of llvo and nix rooms
and was elected nbout flVH yearH ago
.. h, Toiinnnn-Ivahn Comiinny. Nhart)
Hi y 4 Co. have been nppolnted ngentH,
ptmi if l,HOO,(IO(l Alinrtuicilf.
fiihwaru & CJroBs and II. N Mar
, cus, amount nirhltcct, have Hied plaita
' for the construction of n fourteen story
upartmtnt house nt the southwest cor-
street through to Ninety-seventh strejiujjo
.ax iT IWIillllt tl V I1I1U ill IVIJ-C NIHll
Mioauwiiy miu iiuivi) -I'lKmu
' It will have a frontage of 100 feet on
Ilrondway, 73 leet on jNinciy.iRimi
i street and 100 feet on Nlnety-soventh
ftreet The llroadway-Nliiy-elghth
1 Street Itenlty Company, Harry Schlft
! president. Is the owner. The cost has
..Keen estimated nt 1,800,000.
t
' Other Apartment House Ileitis.
i (iranilem Holding Company, Samuel
' (lemlzier n.esldeut, bought from the
, Ocrfol te.ilty Company. A. Oershel
l president, the seven story apartment
known as "Tho Golden (Into," nt tho
! northeast corner of Manhattntl .avenue
. inrt UHh street, 100x100. The buyer
1 was represented by Jacob A. WolfVat
' torn", and tho teller by Henry L.
Funklln.
Artlim V Pit Ciet & Co. sold for the
Hanlwii k Itenlty Company to the (Janls
' Holding t'orisiratloii Hardwlck Hall,
lbOxi.M nt the southwest corner of
Klf'.'i ii venue and 120th street, a seven
(tor apartment containing sixty-seven
apji intents and six stores. The buyer
was represented by San, Ittlcson, Van
Voorhls & Klauber; the seller by Shel
don A Uu Cret. The brokers havo
. been appointed agents.
s Ooldberg, M. Kpstcln and K. Fisher
hue formed the 2686-2CSS Itroadway
Realty Company to take over the two
die story apartments, 67.10x107, at
thut address, adjoining the southeast
corner of 103d street. The property Is
opposite the. Hotel Marseilles, and la
owned by Marlon S. I. Mnrtln nnd
oiheis The new company Is capitalized
nt (50,000.
Spoils & Starr, Inc., sold for Amelia
Laudert 132 West Fifteenth street, a
fho story doublo Hat, 2.1x100.3, to Pat
rick Duly.
DrrellliiBr MnrUrt Ileinnliii Firm.
llrnwn. Whltlock Company, Inc., sold
to Leonard Weill, operntor, the three
storv bouse, 17.11x98.9, at 249 Kast
Thirt) -ceeond street, between lecond
and Third avenues.
I. M. Pennoik of Wood, Dolson Com
, puny, Inc., nnd Houghton & Co., sold for
Clara Krltzer 159 West Seventy-fifth
' Mreet. a four story residence. 19x102.2.
Ernest T. Dower sold for a client of
A I). Rockwell, Jr., .the. three story
duelling at 125 West !23d street, 15x
109.
Frederick H, Allen of Frederick Ztttel
4 Sons sold for II. Jncckel & Son, 121
Vet Seventy-ninth street, a four story
dwelling, 25x100.
L. J. Phillips & Co. sold for Daniel
R Freedman 10G West Eighty-sixth
street, n four story house, 20x100.
The four story residence, 40x102.2,
nt 302 and 304 West Seventy-third
street, adjoining the southwest corner
of West End avenue, has been sold by
Morris Berating to Simon M. Goldsmith.
Joseph L. Buttertwlesser sold the four
story dwelling, 16x100, at 47 Seventh
avenue to Mary Hnnsman,
Mary W. Cnmmann bought the' dwell
ing st 7 Sutton place from George M.
Sutton and others, who recently pur
chased a group of houses there from
the Schumacher estate,
Mrs. M. Lehman sold 514 Kast
Eighty-ninth street, a two story dwell
h.g, 18.9x100.$. near Avenue A. No.
518, a similar house, has also been Bold
try Annie Shappert to the Home Thrift
Association of New York.
The five Btory dwelling, 17x100, at 36
West Ninety-sixth street, near Central
Tark West, has been sold by Sidney
Erlanger to Mary Collins.
Frances E. Uutler bought from Kath
erlnc II. S. Lyon tho three story dwell
ing, 17.6x93 t, at 157 Vet Eighty-second
street.
James II Crulkshank purchased from
Margaret Gordon 42 West Ninetieth
street. 20x100, n four story residence,
through Henry Sugarman.
Frances E. Butler bought from Kath
rlne Lyon the three story dwelling nt
157 West Eighty-second street, 17.6x
93 4. .
Thomas Tt. Crawford and E. E.
Thomas sold for George H. Williams 527
West 117th street, a three story and
bnsement dwelling. 17100, to an In
vestor; also sold for Mrs. E. Miller of
Liberty. N. Y., 51 Audubon avenue, a
four story two family dwelling, 17x93.
"Movie" and Gnraire Sale.
William J. Smith sold the Victory
Thcatro at the corner of Third nv. and
107th st. for Samuel Bergoffen to the
B and M. Amusement Company; also
'he Arch Theatre at the corner of Third
av. and Twenty-eighth st. for M. Kleln
erman to U. Harloff, and the Joyce The
atre at the corner of Prospect Park West
and Eighteenth st., Brooklyn, for Joseph
Zellner to Harry J. Dorsey. The, ' same
broker sold the Alexander Garage, a two
story fireproof structure at tho corner
of Alexander av. and 143d St., to Patrick
J. Ryan.
Other Denis In MnnhnMnn.
Thomas It. Crawford nnd E. E. Thomas
sold for the estate of John C. nodgera
419 West 150th st., a two story garage
nd repair shop, 25x100,
The four story school building, 50x94.9,
t 313 nnd 315 East Tenth st. near Av.
B, has been sold by the Sisters of Char
ity of St. Vlnoent de Paul to Leopold
Horowitz.
Lot Sales to lie Held To-day.
Three hundred building lots In Roselle,
N J acquired in 1849 by the lato Itfch
rd M. Crane, will bo sold at auction
this afternoon on the premises by Joseph
P Diy. Mr. Day will also sell this
afternoon on the premises fifty unre
stricted home sites In the exclusive
Orlenta Point section of Mamaroneck,
N Y., for the Hlscy estate.
Auction at AVhltc Plains, N. Y.
The business property In Main, street.
Whlto Plains. N. Y., formerly occupied
by E. II. Hufnagel, Inc.. Jewellers, will
be sold at public auction this afternoon
b. en tne premises by Chauncey U. Griffin
.& Co.
MISCELLANEOUS LEASES.
I. J. McMahon Company leased for
Bernhard Uuxbaum to D. A. Schulte,
Inc., for seventeen years at a gross
rental Of 1580.000 lha nnvtn stores In
KOI to 1407 St. Nicholas av northwestl
corner of ISOtit st. Jacob Marx repre-i
nenica tno lessor 'and A, S. Meyer repro
ftcnted D, A. Hchulte, Inc., as attorneys.
Amcfl & Co. leasod lofts In C2 West
Twenty-seventh st. to Lobel! & Co,,
Hrodlo & Slegel and Jeraldlne; also the
fourth loft In 164 Madison,, av. to Villa,
Zlgmund & Dlnous and the top loft to
the Itcnetto Dress Comnanv. In'e.
f- Charles P. Noyes Company leased the
sixteenth iloor in 26 and 2 Heaver st.
to the Cotton Plro and Marino Under
writers' nt on aggregate rental of about
100.000. and a floor In 217 Pearl at. to
A. a, Cnselaro.
Louis Behrupf leased for, Nathan
Ileecher third loft In 342 Hlxth nv. to the
Lillian Press Company; second loft lu
105 West Twenty.flfth st. to the Petti
coat Workern Union, and the third loft
to the llrald nnd Rtitton Company ; sec
ond loft n 252 West Twcnty.nlxth at. to
Blearner & Morgan and tlilrdjoft tb lien
Janofsky,
llutSerth & Huberth leased Btore In
the Osborn XparttnentH, HeVenth av. nnd
Klfty-aeventh it., to the Wcstcott Motor
Company.
Potiso & Klllman subleased for Trow
brldgo & Ackerman oftlces In 19 to 31
West Porty-thltd st. to the Southern
Fiscal Compnuy,
Itaatlne At Co.. Inc.. agents, rented an
apartment In C4 Hast Thirty-fourth st.
to jt w. snowden; second iloor In 053
First nv. to the Centurc Wood Work
Company, Inc., and fifth floor In 58 West
Twenty-seventh st. to' Aritnow llros.
U. J. Phillip & Co.. leased upurtments
In 171 West SevenW-llrst st. to I. II.
ausdorfer; In 24fi West Heventy-thlrd
st. to M. Iirooks; In tho Langhnin, nt
Central Park West, Seventy-third and
aovcmy-rouriii sts.. to A, V, Trocscher;
In 115 West Soventi -third t..to .T. .1.
i" -t-vh, at . a. IIVDL niltrJIL.i 'ill RL MLi
Mrs. Pay Altkcns; In 2131 Hroailway
to Jacob P. Muller: In 119 West Seventy
first st to H. C. Saussers, and in 646
vest Kim av. to Miss M. Fernnndes.
Pease & Klllman leased for Mrs Elcc
tus D. Litchfield to tho Hahnemann Hos
pital for use as a nurses' hosno the
tnrcc story nnd basement 18 foot dwell
ing at 226 Kast Sixty-eighth st. ; ntso
apartment ,ns follows: In 30 West
Flftj -ninth s,t. to M. Lnsker, Miss Mary
Dickson. Mr. K. Stone, nnd Mrs. M.
Slegman ; In 21 West Fifty-ninth" st. to
J', I. jilcluiruHon nnd to Mrs. Anderson
Davis; In 21 West Fifty-eighth st. to
Philip D. Wagoner nnd Miss Helena
Honzee, nnd two nnartments to Alvln
Untermyer; In 56 West Flfty-ebjhth st.
to .Mrs. j. ji Taylor; in 40 East Klghty
third st, to John S. Worley, and In 2178
Broadway for Hlng & Hlng to Mrs. IC
S. Ahnelt.
II 110 NX Til AX S A CT1 0 X N .
Illcharil D. Plrner und Julius Trattner
sold for Solomon Wlgdor nnd Harry
Itelch the cor, , r property at 44 Buchan
an place and L'210 Orand n' two five
story upartmeiit houses, 100x100.
Svhwab & Co. sold for a Mr. llelner n
two family frame dwelling at 1404 Cro
tona Park Kast, 22x90.
Stornilngcr & Junker sold for L. Solo
mon tho two story framo dwelling at 828
Hitter place.
K. Osborne Smith, Inc., sold for Frank
lin Hrund the dwelling at 2328 Morris av.
IlllOOICLYX DEALS UEI'OUTED.
llealty Associates sold 322 Twenty
ninth st., a four story double flat, 27.9x
100,2, to Alfonso and Anna Glghlllo
through Hose Chlanese.
Bulkley & Horton Company sold 440
Washington av.. a three story one fam
ily dwelling, 40x100. for Iho Peonlp'a
Trust Companj .
r. C. Sautqr Agency sold the three
Blory dwelling at 7I6A Union street for
lutwant Clark to Joseph Orlllo.
Charles Partridge sold tha twi stnrv
house nt 7 Haleigh place, near Church
nv for Thomas A. BIv.
SIHIUIIIIAX TUAXSACTIOXS.
Harrison S. Colburn Company Bold to
tho Uniform Chemical Produces. Inn.
the fourteen acre Trustum Farm oh tho
Blair road and the Central Railroad at
Itnhway, N. J. Tho property for many
years wag owned by Col. J. Blanchard
Edgar. The buyers are erecting a re
enforced concrete building at a cost of
sovernl hundred thousand dollars, to be
uppii cnieny tor storage purposes.
Charles F. Hale sold to Thorofd Pell
his residence In Pentre Btreet, Orange,
N. J.; Arnold flloser BOld his home In
Llewellyn Park, West Oranee. to Alex
ander Thomson ; Mr. Cowdrey of Orange
sold to Mrs. Marie L. Glbbs the resi
dence at 75 Washington street, East
Orange; the house In Stockton place,
East Orange, has been sold to C. Ba-
sllyea. G. Nelson KIIngwas the broker
lu these transactions.
L. J. Phillips & Co. leased a Colonial
dwelling at East Palisade avenue and
Dwlght place, Englewood, N. J., for Dr.
A. W. Taves to a Sir. Owens.
George Howe sold for Frederick E.
White his semi-bungalow on an acre of
land In Pmo Brldgo road, Chappaqua,
N, Y., to James R-sTflompson ; also for
tho Larchmont Garden Company lots 21,
22 and 25 In block 407, Cherry streot,
Larchmont Gardens, N. Y.
Prince & Itlplcy, Ino., rented, fur
nished, the residence of llobert Mc
Enany, ut 414 Pelham Manor road. Pel
ham Manor, N. Y to D. D. Morgan.
Robert E. Farley Organization sold
tot J. W. McKlnley his property In
Hrlggn avenue, Yonkers, N. Y to James
O. Corner.
I1EAI.TV NEWS IN 1IUIKF.
The following are buyers of dwellings
sold recently: William M. Barnum, 103
East Seventieth street; John S. John
ston. 121 East Sixty-fifth street; Edwin
Dumble, 124 West Nlnety-soventh street;
Augustine W. Roff, 26 West Ninety-first
street; Harry and Louis Ferguson, 3
nnd 5 East Fifty-third street, for J240,
000 ; Mildred Ronalds, 56 East Flfty
thfrd street ; Rudolph II, Kissel of Mor
rlstown, 159 East Sixty-first street;
Trowbridge- Calaway, 34 East Sixty
eighth street; Sarah B. Wnterbury of
Southampton, L. I., 150 East Seventy
fourth street, and Edwin A. Stlllman,
63 East Eightieth street.
Charles F. Noyes Company has been
appointed agents of the buildings at
133 and 135 Liberty street, 155 Wash
ington street and 338 East Thirtieth
street.
Guardian Life Insurance Company
has loaned the Axelrod Realty Company
$100,000 to erect. an apartment, 81.8x
102.9, at 1049 to 1053 Park avenue.
Robert Dollar, president of the Dollar
Steamship Company, Is to address the
meeting of the Bronx Board of Trade
next Wednesday evening, June 23, at
137th street and Third avenue.
Sharp & Co. were tho brokers In the
sale of the apartment house at 3 and 5
West Ninety-second street.
Charles F. Noyea Comtany placed
with the Dime Savings, Bank of Brook
lyn a $10,000 mortgage covering 18
Cranperry Btreet, Brooklyn.
PRICES DECLINE SHARPLY.
Dnnk of Commerce Points Oat Un
employment Follows In Wake.
A gradual hut general decline In
prices has been under way for some
time, according to experts employed by
the Rational Bank of Commerce. Re
cent sharp cuts in certain commodities
must not be regarded as Isolated cases,
but as part of this general movement.
It was not expected tho Industrial com
rminltv could maintain the high tension
undor which It worked during the war
and for some months it nas Deen aii
r.mlhlo to all far seeing business men
that further credit expansion would be
unwise. A statement issuea Dy me Dans;
yesterday pointed out that Increasing
unemployments a factor not to be over
looked. a
THE SON AND MEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, JPNE
PRODUCE MARKET.
IIUTTi:it-Itecelpl yesterday, 16.064 pack
atf. IJuyltig ft little freer yesterilay and
the markst had a steadier tone on top grades
of creamery. Mtdlum qualities wer plenti
ful snd rsther ey. The rnme of valuta
widened. Ladles wero steady, packing stock
was firmer, Creamery, hlnlier than extras,
lb WHJf.-.Oc.; extras, 112 score, MKtt.'Hc.;
tints, 00 to 01 score, MUtWc; firsts. 88
to 80 score. Klif ittc. S seconds, S3 to H7 scAre,
48032c,; lower grades, 4tfj47o. creamery,
unsalted, hliher than extras, OHHjOIc;
extras. (Miaic: firsts. BSAAHe. ! seconds. 40
Mlfc; Htata dairy, tubs, finest, ROlMMTAe-J.
gooa to prime, KmiiOo.: common to lair, iw
B2c,j renovated, extras, SOVMc.s firsts, I8(I
49c. ; ladles, current make, firsts, -tWOc;
seconils, 4Ail2c,; loner grades, 40041c;
packing stock, curfts.it make, No. 1, Wit
42Uc; So, 2, 41c. ; IJwer grades, afflux.
CIIICKHK-tWolpli csterday, I.BS.I boxes.
Tho tons of the mnrkw wus firmer on fresh,
although moat receivers continued to sell
freely on iho busli of Thursday's quota
tion Here and them pet marks were held
at higher prlct's, but- buyers were slow to
take hold, Plate, whole milk, fresh flats,
colored or white, lb 2.V,lit20c, ; average run,
24U923C.; lower grades, untitle; twins,
fresh specials, roloicd or white, 2.V,ttf2ito. ;
avsrago run, 2Ujff2,'c. ; held, as to quality.
2.tt28Kc. ; Wl.vornln, whole milk, held,
twins, 2.1W 2814c, ; fresh, 2."g20e,; single or
double daisies, held, 'JHifSOc.j Young Amer
icas, fresh, :ilf)31Uc,; Htatn skims, fresh
Bpet'lal. l.Hli'if Ilk'. ; prime to choice, lit
17 'ic; fair to good, 1HM13HC.; lower grades,
BOJOc,
Kf.dSt-Itccelpts eserday. 28,880 tares.
Arrivals continued falily liberal, and the
geneial demand was quiet nnd selective. Tho
tone of tha market was very Irretcular.
y Irlctty fancy qualities nre becoming scarcer.
nmi some rasuuious dealers are limine moro
difficulty In supplying their nerds, Prices
for the small offeilngs of higher quality
ruled firm, perhaps tending sliKlitly In sell
ers' favor, but many Individual marks, for
merly brliiKlng lliu higher ranges of quota
tions, hate to be Minded, nnd tho market
for all medium and loner grades Is weak
and Irregular under stiong pressure to sell.
A largo part of the supply here has no value
Rhino a inngn of SSffl'.'c.i Inferior qualities
are offering ecn lower. Nearby white eggs
of extra fancy quality are In light supply
and firm, hut few of them uro being offered,
and tlw general offerhiRs continue to move
slowly for Irregular prices. California nero
about steady. Fresh gathered, extras, doien,
48Utfnc.i stoihge packed, extrn firsts, 47J
48c.; storage packed, firsts, 44f4flV4Ci fresh
gathered, extra firsts, l,',4j4T'4c ; firsts. 420
41c; second'! and poorer, .'10041c: dirties,
special packings, 370.1V.: No. 1, .110370.;
No. 2 and poorer, 251?,Hc. i checks, good to
cpolce, dry, .12'33:ic.; State, Pennsylvania
and nearby Western hennery whiles, extras,
MOMc; extra firsts. .-il?.13c; firsts. 4SJj
Me.; (lathered whites, flmts to extra firsts.
,484in2c.: under grades. 42JT47C.; Pacific
roasi, wniie, extras, HW.we. : firsts, Bl8
r.3c.: firsts, ftOc; under grades, 40c; other
Western and Houthein, gathered whites. 40
Mio.i Stute, Pennsylvania and nearby West
ern, hennery browns, extra, MMJMc: gath
ered brown and mixed colors, graded extras,
48if?4c.! firms to extra firsts, 4247Vic
Duck eggs, Indian runner, neniby, &3l58c.
POULTRY, DIlESSKIl-Fresh killed broil
ers contlnuo In comparatltely moderate sup
ply and fancy IVi to 2 lbs. each In fair de
mand and firm. Fresh killed turkeys were
Irregular In quality and value. Borne five
carloads of milk fed box packed fowls of
delayed shipment came In. There was very
little demand for current consumption, but
sonic speculative, demand for heavy fowls
for fieealiiK. Old roosters wero slow and
their tone weak. Pressed Long Island spring
ducks wtru steady, Hquabs weie rather
slow and their tone easier, though cholcu
large wero held unchanged. Fancy frozen
turkeys", broilers and lurno roasting chickens
were In firm shape, Fancy frozen fowls
practically were cleaned up from first hnnds.
Oilier trozen poultry was unchanged, I'ltKSU
KILLED TUllKF.YH-Voung or old, 485)500.:
broilers, lV4-a lbs. each, nearby, lb., 10-if
75c; Virginia, tl8U70c, ; Weslern, diy
Picked, Clio. FOWLS Dry packed, box,
Western, milk fed, 3ICM2c. , corn fed, SOjP
41c. ; blls., Western, Sog.TOc : inlllt fed, btils,
and kegs, adiMOc. 01,11 COCKS-Western,
dry picked, 2.1c; scalded, 2.1S24C, South
western, dry picked, 2.1A24C IIUCK8 Long
Ifland, spring. 35c SQUAHS-Largc while,
8-10 lbs. to doz $74111: 0-7 lbs., 4.S:.!j(l;
dark, 3; culls, $t..10fj2. FFtOZHN Tur
keys, Western, Mff.Vtc. : Weslern, old toins,
C(ytj1,1c Chltdiens, broilers, milk fed, boxes,
44ifiiflc. : corn fed, 402.12c: dry picked, milk,
40if43c. ; lorn fed, 3njj!41c, Western, eaponn,
WSi.'.Tc. Ilucks, Western, S2?.14c. Oecse,
JSftSlc.
rOIII.THV, LIVlt-Twenty-one freight cais
were reported In yesterday. Market was
nominally firm on everything but geese,
nhlch" Mere very slow of sale. No soles
were reported and quotations were omitted,
Fonls, colored, express, 38&39C; white leg
horns, 33t?3Vc; broilers, colored and mixed,
express, orxffGSO.; white, leghorns, (SffCOc,
pigeons, nalr, freight or express, iKc. :
quinces, pair, 11.2021.23.
Live Stork nnd Meat Prices.
Common to prime steers, 100 lbs. $12.00017.35
Common to choice bulls, 100 lbs. . 7.5013.00
Common to choice cows, 100 lbs. . 3.5011.75
Common to prime venls. 10O lbs.. 12.50tflll.50
Common to prime sheep (ewes)
loo lb n.oogi o.oo
Common to prime lambs, 100 lbs. 13.50117,50
Llvo hogs, 100 lbs 15.7510.25
Dressed beef, steer sides, lb 2(ira .2(1
City dressed veals, lb 20 .27
Dressed mutton, lb 14V 11)
Dressed Ismbs, lb 24& .33
Business Troubles
ASSIflNMRNTS.
The Harsol Costume Company, Inc.. manu
facturing costumes and drenaea nt aw T-lnut
Thirty-fourth street, assigned yesterday for
tho benefit of creditors to Marcus Helfand.'
The company nas Incorporated In 1918.
Harry Grandls Is president.
JUDGMENTS.
MANHATTAN.
The following Judgments were filed )es
terday. the first name belne that nt iho
debtor:
Avisus, Leo T. A. Hill $133.10
Hello, John Kncyclopaedla Urltan-
nicft Com ,
137.00
' 202.17
Dosls, Louis Itlchttrd A. Thlbaut,
Inc
Comstock, Carlton Wallt Invest
ing Co., Inc
Cunningham, Joseph J. Olmbel
128.22
235.20
llros.. New ork
Columbia Products Corp. J. F.
Lane
10.1.07
220.10
Cary, Luclan A. G. Spalding
liro
Columbia Products Corp. J. F.
Lane
165.07
Co wen, Joseph, and Charles Moitou
I., ii. Hcofield 44,331.44
Deserve, Herman u. a. specialty
Co .v
Dessauer. Hamuel (Itoyal Fish
Market) Continental Fish Co
133.33
101.70
207.45
.130.20
197.20
.122.00
144.19
132.01
438.80
551.25
175.05.
200.20
122.20
00(1.25
D'Ippollto, Itobert H. Kncyclo-
paeuia uriiannica uorp
Davis, Harris P. Gregory
Dickson. Charles E. J. Peterson...
Enneper, Fred A, SchaeUlc Silk
Dyeing ana rinisnmg uo., inc..
Forbes. Campbell W. J. OTIrlen..
Greenberg, Louis II, Export and
Import News Ilureau, Inc '
Hub Garage Co., Inc. Tide Water
Oil Sales Corp i
Hlrsch, Max A. L. Durell, Gregory
& Co., Inc
Karp, Samuel N. Ilrecher et al...,
Kyes, George H. Hartford
Keane, Horace I. Schneider
Lesser, Harry A. Levin
Lazarowltz, Max, and Jacob Grano-
wiu (Knickerbocker Silk Co.)
Heken Knitting Mills. Inc
120.00
310.80
Lltwack, L. Interborough Light
ing Fixture Co., Inc.
McCloskey, J. J. Atlantic Woolen
Mills, Inc
Marks, Joseph and George S. (J.
6,273.33
Harm n on) vvnne vnn uo..
Inc
ir.0.10
109.50
Morris, llay M. Uernsteln; roslsr.
Mossl. nrnest J. Bowing ft Co.:
possession oi cnaiteis ana xir.'.su
or 1,384.03
McIIugh, Charles Kyan ft Ilsphael
Cigar co I.. jui.s.t
Melslln, Oscar A. Iteerg 1.0SO.32
Mayer. Max union rew iiaven
Trust Co 751.00
Nemerov, Ining A.-tllmbel Bros., ,
N. Y 342.91
Nat. Ftir Dyeing Werks. Inc.
B. B. Gelberg 1 318.70
Nnrdllnrer. Tyler-S. M. Moses et al 200.20
O'Neill, Wllllam-F. Ewert; costs.. 109.42
Itubln, Morris, and io .tuasino
Dress Co.) J. Graber et al 247.41
Schafran, Ixuls-N. Cotler 337.1S
Seldman, Max J. M. Kaufman et al 852.38
Same-Same 201.72
Schneider." Joseph-Gym Middy
mouse Co., Inc 170.93
Sohst, Edward-C. F. Swenson et al 279.58
Shelbourne U Blake Const. Co.
8. P. Dowers Co 2,23j.30
Shatz. Hyman Encyclopedia Bri-
tannlca Corp 191.70
Savls. Harrls-r. GreKory.... 350.50
Strype. Thomas H. W. Mond 180.15
Tanner. William M. C. E. Mtlmlne. 1.40S.18
Vatable. Auguste 8. S. Beaber et al 121.81
Werner, Morris, ana riaemy
Casualty Co. of N. Y.-People. ftc. 1,000.00
Wllholt. James L. H.-N. Y. Tele-
plume Co "jl i,' 2,8-M
Weyel, Florence, or Florence T.
Oraves-GImbel Bros., N. Y MH.30
Yankaus. Baltrus 8. West Pub. Co. 181.70
SATISFIED JUDGMENTS.
The first name Is that of the debtor, the
second that of the creditor and date when
Judgment was filed:
MANHATTAN.
Sierra ft San Francisco Power Co.
COIumDia irusi ui, ; aiay
1020
J120.CS
Hall. Arthur C.-U. E. Atkins; -
April 24, 1020 122.38
Sierra A flan Francisco Power Co,
Columbia Trust Co.; April 17.
1019 ,. 30,700.60
Merrill, Wlnlfred-H. Goodman ; '
Dec. 3, 1013 , JtO.BO
linON.V.
Kellogr. James A. Watson Contr,
Co
Knepper, George O.- Hcfimttt
250.01
1.300.10
Margous, jonn J. Friedman
Seldman, Max J, M, Kaufman
tt al
20.80
853.28
Seldman, Max J, M. Kaufman
l al 20.1.72
Yates, Marla-H. C. Bchwencke... . 2,233.27
1
Fire Record
A. M.
2:451.1 Hose St.-P. !
3 1(10-27 Hoosevelt st,:
loss,
, Flannel y. .Unknown
Unknown. .Unknown
. nf....,n'
4:2.1-77 Itoosrv4.lt st.
mum 1
4:KU2M7 HI. Nicholas av
der Dunbar Alight
5:208.1 Cherry st,; unknown Unknown
5:5.1552 W. 174th St.! unknown, , .Unknown
5:55-452 K. 171th St., The Ilioux-
Automobllo In gaiage. Flla Bak
ing Corporation $1,000
i:iHt in jiamllton st, ; unknown... unknown
7:2515 Eldrldgo at,; Joseph Boson-
berg, Unknown
10:35-18-20 W.' 21st st.-Bam Blor-
heln, Unknown
10:40-2708 Bioudway; Herbert Fitch-
ner Trifling
u:3U until st, mid Transverse road;
Automobile. International Auto
Seivlcu Co $2,000
I'i:l(M)4 Willed St.: Harry KlelnberE.. Slight
1:50-512 5111 St.; Jacob llronsteln. . . (13,000
RESORTS.
Long Itlnnd.
NEPTUNE GRILL
The Nassau, Long Beach, L. I.
ON THE BOARDWALK
Special Shore Dinner and Southern Chicken Waffle Dinner
Service a la Carte in Both Restaurants
, Special Rates for June
HILLMAN HOTEL COMPANY, Prop.
Alio Operating THE BREAKERS, Atlantic City.
4 ?: I. Sdoer n 1
New England.
New England Vacation Land
Whits Uoontslns; Uslns LakM. woods tad coast; (inn
llountaim. For booklet coll at ComolMtteil Ticket
Offieea or write Vtestkn Bmu, Rillnad Bnlldlr;,
Vsw IIstcs, Cooa. attu rttioa prtfsmd,
Massarbusetts.
RED LION INN
Stockbridge, Mass.
In the Berkshiros, Nou Open
Golf & Roads in Excellent
Condition.
Rout Book and Circulars en Rsqusst.
Desirable Cottage, for rent.
T. fn le tnwiT.
HOTEL ASPINWALL
LENOX, MASS.
High and Cool (n Iho HerlsMre)
A HOTEti OP DISTINCTION.
NOW OPKN. nLF.VATlON 1.400 PKHT.
Desirable Cottages with Hotel Service.
noWF. & TTFOItOOKIt. Maosrers.
Winter Resort. Princess Hotel, riermntU.
BLACK KOCK HOUHB. No. Cohasstt. Mass.
Catering eiclnsltely lo tbe lerr best, llooklet,
Terment.
Free Vacallon lookst "The Green Moun.
tains of Vermont," "Lakes of Western
Vermont," "Lakes of Eastern Vermont,"
"Hotels and Doardlng Houses, Summer
Homes In Vermont." Write VERMONT
PUBLICITY BUREAU. MONTPELIER. VT.
Rhode Island1.
Ocean House
Watch Hill, R. I.
OPEN .JUNE 1DTH, IMC
FINEST Seashore resort on the
Atlantic Coast. Fine boat
ing, bathing and Motoring,
t'.olf. Tetv.iK and the Social
Center.
Afternoon Tea.
Dancing special feature this summer.
Ai'dress
1 V r.HAMPLIN
Connecticut.
Hotel Hazelton
Stamford, Conn.
(On the Sound)
, Attractive homelike residential
hotel 50 mlnuteg from N. Y. 50
trains each way daily. 5 minutes
walk from station
Parlor, bedroom and bnlh, with meals
for two, $50 per week.
Bedroom with bath, with meals for
two, $13 per week.
ELMAY HOUSE
Woodmont-on-tho-Sound
Connecticut
Re-opens June 2 1st
An ideal spot to spend a vacation. Large,
cool rooms, spacious verandas overlooking
the water, city conveniences. Plenty of fresh
vegetables and sea food, home made bread,
pastries, etc. JJoatlng, bathing, fishing.
Seashore and country combined. Limited
number of cuests. Chrlstlahs only. Booklet.
G. U. PORTER. Prop.
I.ARKIN HOUSE, at Fort Trumbull Beach,
Mllford, Conn.; boating, bathing and fish
ing: splendid rooms, best home cooking;
reasonable rates. Address Mrs.ED.KOGERT,
Larkln House, .Mllford, Conn.
New York.
Paul Smith's Hotel
ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS
All rooms with private bath: telephone,
steam heat, electric elevator. American and
European service.
Golf, music, dancing, bathing, boating,
fishing. '
Completely furnished cottages and nearby
housekeeping camps along tlM St. Regis
chain of Lakes.
Excellent State Auto Highways In all di
rections. ,
Paul Smith's Hotel Company.
r-ACL SMITH'S. N. Tl. V. T. Whelan. .Mgr.
ADIRONDACKS
Grand View Hotel
LAKE PLACID, N. Y. '
OPENS JUNE tITIL Extensively Improved,
finest electrical equipment, running water,
Srivate bathrooms, elevator. Orchestra,
anclng. .
FURNISHED COTTAGES FOR RENT.
All out or door Adirondack diversions. Circular.
M. n. MARSHALL. Mgr., Lake riadd. N. T.
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
SARATOGA SpntNOH. N. T.
LELAND STKRRY.
Of the Ilreakers, Palm Demob.
SUNSET PARK INN.
HA INKS FALLS. N. Y.
PAPER COMPANY CUTS MELON.
Canadian Flrnt Increases) Capital
Slock to $21,000,000.
Montreal, Quebec, June 18. Direc
tors of' Brompton rulp nnd Taper Com
pany to-day decldeit to Increase the
capital stock to 21,000,000, of which
$14,000,000 will be exchanged for tho
outstanding' J7.000.000, on which 0 per
cent, dividend will bo paid. Tho re
maining J7.000.000 will bo disposed of
nt tho discretion of the company.
This. means that each present share
holder will receive two shares for -each
one now held und the dividend will tie
equivalent to 12 per cent.
NAVAL ORDERS.
;al fo Tub Bun and Nbw York Heat,n,
WASHINGTON. June 18,-Theso naval
orders were mado public to-day:
Commander George H, Bryan, In U. H. H.
Idaho as rmlgator. reporting August 15:
Commander lllclianl 1). Oatenood, to duty
Shipping Board, Washington; Lieut. Charles
Hammond, to U H. S. Drmer as engineer
officer; Lieut. Call J Hanson, to Navy
Yard, Mare Island; Lieut. Edward H, Jones,
to U. S. S. Ollnier; Lieutenant-Commander
Harry L. Smllli, lu duty Naval Medical
School, Washington. Lteutennnt-Commander
George C. Thomas, to U. 8. H. Delaware;
Lieutenant-Commander Duncan C, Walton,
to U. 8. 8. Frederick; Lieut. John L,
Farmer, to duly marine barracks, Paris
Island; Lieut. Joseph MacDonald, to duty
recruiting: station, Philadelphia; Lieut. Clar
ence J. Mclleavy. appointed naval awntor
(seaplane), June 7,
RESORTS.
l.o Ihlnrnl,
Gardendty
Hotel
Garden City, Long; Island.
An esduslvo American plan hotel tW an
a la carlo restaurant for motorists
Nsuhclm Uatlu.
Exetl'ent lS-HoIe Golf Caurte Free lo Guests
Frequent electric train? from Penn. Station.
J. J. LANNIN CO., Props.
ENTIRE BLOCK
OCEAN FRONT
Holtl. Amer. plan
Modern. Private
uains. .O f ' v
class
a)a tan.
Iteslaurant. Moder
ate prices. Orchestra.
Danrlnii. Opens June LT.Ih.
WINTF.RFl
KI.II.
PROP.
Hotel BRIGHTON
LONG BEACH, L. I.
Now Open
. Thone Long Reach 201
Elmore Hotel and Cottages
KAVVII.I.E, I I. Commuting dlstanco. Bath
room suites. Golf. Dancing. Bathing.
JOHN 8EC0R.
New Jersey.
MLAMAC
In the mottnin'ns
Arlington, X. J.
On Lake Hppatcong
NOW OPEN
Golf, fishing nnd every recreation!
Famed Latzcellar Cafe
Nearest mountain resort in New York
MACK I.AT7 m . l
inBlllllBllBiniIBIIIIIB!IIOBUBinBIIIB:illlBiiniii
iMonmouthBeachf
Inn and
.MONMOUTH
REACH, N. .1.
i Cottages
! Exclusive Family Hotel
On the .American I'lnn
A la Carte llcstaurant tor ToiirfjfsJ
ITlie table Is a SDeclal feature nnlv frc.iiEl
ve(etables from our on garilen sered.S
I Fine swimming pool, tennts, etc. 1
m Itatrs and up per day. H
4lllIBIIIUBIIWBIlllIMIIiainiBIUIIBlimillIBiaBIIIIIHl!,Tt3
ON THE BOARDWALK ,
Tbe New Columbia
BRUHR, N. .1.
SCPERIILY- LOCATED FACING THE
HEA: REt'OXSTnt'CTEl) AND
REFURNISHED THROUGHOUT.
OPENS JUNE 2c!TH.
PRIVATE HATH HOUSES; SWIM
MING POOL; GOLF. TENNIS AND
YACHT CLUBS IN PROXIMITY.
Under the New Management of
CHARLES V. MUltniY.
OP THE LAUREL HOUSE.
LAKEWOOD.
THE BUENA VISTA
RELMAIt, N. jj
Of new concrete construction l,nd refurnished
at cort of $100,000. Luxurious suites, i, 3,
4 rooms, bath and phones; hot and cold
water hi all rooms; capacity 300; ery ex
clusive patronage. 12th season.
O. YUllls Innurd.
iiEijiAR. THE CARLETON.
OeVan front: capacity 250: rates t2S-J5.TS
.l.t. Mta O In num Af ft Clr,vir
SI'
PED the summer at Lake Hopatconii,
Asbury Park,
BRUNSWICK
The Leading Hotel In Krery Respect.
MORGAN & PARSONS, Props.,
Asbury Park
THE LAFAYETTE
Ashnry Park; exclusive patronage; beautiful
suites with private bathrooms; also bachelor
apartments, with tub. shoner and needle
bathrooms: season rates; white service.
M. II. FROST It SON, Owners nnd Managers.
THE VERONA HOUSE. 500 .Second
Ave.
Asbury' n
ark. N. J. Homelike boardlnr house.
Excellent cooking. Reasonable rates. Phone
150-R. .
HOTEL COLUMBIA
Asbury Park, N. J. Capacity 400. Ocean front.
llooklet. TV. HARVEY JONES. 0ene A Mgr.
SURF AVENUE HOUSE
One block to Ocean and Asbury Park.
Modem heme cooking. llooklet. Eldrldse llros.
RAVEN8WOOU INN.
Delightfully situated oti Sunset Lake. Chris
tian management and patronage. Booklet.
C. BRAZER, Owner-Manager.
S .a.Uiis
19, 1920.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
TO ' '
SAVINGS BANK
DEPOSITORS
You are thrifty
You have common sense
BUT YOU GET ONLY 3 TO 4 INTEREST ON YOUR MONEY
In times like these
Everybody is making money.
x You should make money too.
Experience shows that lots on tho line of the City's growth Combine safety of invest
ment and a largo profit Provided they are hold for the sudden riso in the value of real
estate which always takes place along the line of the subway.
YOU HAVE SEEN THIS YOURSELF
The War has been over nearly two years.
Everything else, including houses, has gone up 200 or 300. t
Lots are still at the bottom
All authorities agree that an increase
in the value of vacant land is coming
Just as after evory other war.
And as soon as the price of building materials drops
as this will create a great demand for lots.
HERE IS THE CHANCE TO. MAKE MONEY
GO BUY A FEW LOTS
Before the sudden rise in value which should take placo very shortly
THE BURKE RELIEF FOUNDATION
Will sell at absolute auction sale
1400 lots suitable for homes
Right here in New York City
WITHIN A FEW BLOCKS OF SUBWAY S TATION
between 204th and 212th Streets, Bronx Boro
on Burke Ave., Gunhill Road, Boston Post Road and Adjacent Streets
GO BUY A FEW LOTS
At the HOTEL ASTOR, 45th St and Broadway
Sale Starts Next Tuesday. June 22nd, 11 A. M.,
and continues on following days until all' property is sold.
EXAMINE THE PROPERTY TO-DAY
Take Bronx Park Subway Train to Burke Avenue on Gunhill Road Station.
Property is a few minutes' walk east of Station.
10 of the purchase price on day of sale 10 in Thirty Days
80 can remain on mortgage
Titles insured free by Lawyers' Title & Trust Co.
Savings Bank Books taken as deposit on thetpurchase of lots
also Liberty Bonds at markt value
Send for bookmap at once
Morris & McVeigh.
32 Liberty St.
Fred'k H. Denman, ,
770 Broadway)
RESORTS.
Anbury Vark.
ASIIUIIV I"AHK.
A Metropolitan Itfort City on Hi. ocean,
'ii 1 ml c from NnwlTork. DfllKhtfn! during
MraliI "un. AdSfem Municipal lufoi illa
tion llun-au for liotel literature.
T 1112 THKVI8AN.-DEAI. HKACM. N;
Eur. Am. I'lan. tvltli bath. Adjarent to
all nniusemmts: reasonable, hie. table.
Atlantic City.
"C00W nnd Mot Attractive loralliiit."
HOTEL ESPLANADE
WHOLE BLOCK ON OCEAN FRONT.
Iloton to SOverilen Ave., In xcJuM(
Ciielsea section. Iile.l Family Hotel.
Capailty C00: freli and 'lea water bath,
private and public! also every compl.t. ap
pointment; modern Iiydro-ttieraprutle depart
ment. 5,00) feet of plana overlooking Board
walk and Ocean; Orchestra! dancing; auto
bin meet train; booklet; ownership direc
tion. W T SI I AW
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.,
j AivAip.ericarv Plaa Hotel
ofDistmdymuvdlMComfort
I riBsntoop OARAUK.
jAPACIjrOOJJ
: rati up Dally. Special Weekly. Amer. Plan.
ELBEROfy
Flmronr Annex. nnJPJ';?!; HJIft
cln 400. Centra :open mirroundlnM: opp. Cne-
RUNNING WATER IN All ROOMS
nJcSton. labia: -veieUbUs. Window.
aeVfoned. White letrice. Booklet K.B.1UDT.M.P.
I1EHT LOCATED rOrillAn-l'lUCEDHOTBIj
NETHERLA NDS Bnard'walk
NEWYOniCAV. Bathing Privilege, from Hotel
Capacity 400. Elevator, private baths, run
ulna; ater In bodrooms. Dane. Floor. New
Features American plan (with meals),
$3.50 np dally. $17.50 up weekly.
AUGUST nUHWADEL, Proprietor.
Let us make you feel at none In lha
"City of rtobust Health"
Hotel Morton
rir.nn F.nil Virtlilti .V.
Capacity 210.
Elevator, private baths, tc.
alway. open.
St. Charles Flaw and Beach. Fresh and sea
water baths: running water In rooms; elevator.
Superior table: season rates. Coach at trains.
A. E. WAONEII. I'roD. W. R. LATTON. Mgr.
HOTEL BOTHWELL
Virginia Av... eecond hous. from Boardwalk
and Steel Pier. Every appointment.
Hleh standard In culsln. service. BooklsL
THE WILTSHIRE
Vlrflnla av. and Beach. Capacity 350.
Private baths, running water, elevator, to.
Amer. plan. Special Season rates. Booklet.
SAMUEL ELLIS. Owner. N.J.COLUNS.MIT.
HflTTI HaTFSTIPYlrgliila Ave. and Beach.
view : can. &00:
elevator, private haths.
running water la
rooms, white service. Amer. plan. $3.SQ irp
dly. Special wkly. IJlh season. M. A. SMITH.
HEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
J. CLARENCE DAVIES, 149th St. & 3rd Ave.
Att'ys ,' JOSEPH P. DAY, 67 Liberty Street,'
Agents and Auctioneers
RESORTS.
Atlnntlc City.
ROYAL PALACE
aatho Beach. ATLANTIC ClTY.N.Jj
jCOnVEnl ENT TO ALL AMUSEpiEHTS
Guadtyeoo. Open, all the tear
JtHi
Ilearh Haven.
HOTEL BALDWIN
Orean Orove.
THE SHELBURNE
New, modem hotel: hot and cold running
water every room; private baths. Ocean path
way facing park mid ocean. V. C. HAYNKS.
SEASIDE HOTEL."
Dinctly on ocean front. All guest rooms.
Overlooking sea. CHAKLES STOCKTON.
f I T 17 P N Directly bn Ocean Front.
yULfcll Booklet. L. J. RUS3ELL
Fprlng lake Beach.
THE' ALLAIRE
Spring Lake Beach, N. J. On the oceaa
front. Capacity 200. MAUD O. HOLMES.
WlldwMd.
nnDCCV Capacity 250. Private baths.
LlWnOCI JAMES E. WII1TESELL.
PenasylvanU.
--r-THE KITTATINNY
(TRLAWAnK WATER OAr, PA.
The leading and most modern hotel of
this famous region. Capacity 500. (loir,
tennis, saddle horses, fishing, bathlmi,
orchestra; American plan: also a la
carte restaurant ana prill. Booklet, auto
maps and terms upon request. JOHN
I'UItDY COPE.
DESCRIPTIVE booklet of Hotels, Boarding
Houses, Cottages at Water Oap, Stroudj.
burg, Poconosr free. Lackananna offices.
It! West d st., 90 West at., or send four
rents In stamps to JAMES FISTER, Adr.
Agent. 0 West Street.
MOUNT PI.EAHANT HOUSE.
Mount Pocono, Pa. Private baths: free
garage. W. A. II. M. I.RBCU.
Canada.
a,'l!Zi!A"Jtt,ttf..ia "le'n.rvs rMllog,
4sMnie4ileelajaJrolMikoa Lakes. Thin.
m win Bat mis Houl.
(oodfood.taif.etc. Kvtrr
rooaariscdralt. Accoiw
. 1 n J. w - -
Booklet Rent Kssltaa P.O Lai. Hewn.. Oat.
Delightful Vacations in Canada
Along Canadian National Railways. Ask
F. A. YOUNO, Oen. Agt., 1520 Woolworto
Wdg., Nrw York City. ,
SUMMER CAMPS.
p. r,J.I,n for boys. Gardner's Lake.
Lamp taaano Coml. Nln, WMk, lor $M.
June 29th to Sept. 1st. For booklet, write
itba Apyjegaif.luii Huason Bt..lloboken.N.J.
PINE TREE CAMP FOR GIRLS
New York. Miss BLANCHE PRICE,
404 w. School Lane, PhUadeletla. Pi.
MmanJCnbtmBSicmAtl
1
15
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION,
uiaiiiiiiiip!niniHBiHinii!iiiiiiuniBi
I Absolute Auction
i SAT., JUNE 26
H on premises at 2 P. M Ilalii or shin.
133 BUILDING , PLOTS
WHITE PLAINS
ON CREENRIDGE AVE.
Oriind View, Ijing View, Dm la.
Ixlngtou und Mnltli Arn.
g 1t on Mortgage for .1 years at 5.
SEND FOR UOOIf MAP
Ileal Estate.
Auctioneer.
18 East 41at St., N. Y. C. i
iiHiiiiinniiinMiiMHCiinaiiiniiiiHiiRl
lam
ABSOLUTE AUCTION SATE"
JO-DAY
nt S P. H. on preinlsea. rain or lilne.
50 RESIDENTIAL PLOTS
(Unrestricted.
Orienta Point,
Mamaroneck, N.Y.
On Esplanade, (Jlnflln, Forest
and other Aveiiuri.
60 fin Mortgage 3 yrs. 6.
Title policies free.
Phone for particulars, or
better Hill, attend ' sale
(17 Liberty ' . H Phono
"ritj"' !Cr4iV?ftt4 Cor'tlandt
JOSKPH P. DAY, Real K-ilnle. Auctioneer,
07 Liberty at., N. Y. Itione Cort.-74l.
Jl'nr. JOHNSON, JR.. CO.. Anctloneers,
10.1 Montague St., Brooklyn, N V
CITY REAL ESTATE.
LIST VOL'K COUNTRV ERTATKS WITH
BRYAN L. KENNELLY, Inc.
COUNTRY T.STATB IIKI'T..
IS BROADWAY. NEW MlllK CITY.
(HES Business Property
DOUGLASS U EI.I.IMAN ft CO.,
i:.it 40th St.
from Battery to Itth St.. Incluslv.
114-118 PARK ROW
Atlirrtl-1 for Sale h( Anrllnn
by PHELAN ESTATE &
WITHDRAWN
Nir Offrred nl Prlrate Hale
E. H. LUDLOW CO.,
119 Rrsndwny.

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