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OLD LOFT SOLD
FOR THIRD TIME
Crosby Street Building Has
Been Sold Three Times
in Four Months.
RESALES DAY'S FEATURE
Apartment Houses on Heights
in .s6r,000 Deal Front St.
Firm Buys a Home.
The seven story loft building at 101
and 10J Crosby) street, which until last
i.nimrv had been In the market for I
....in., hi.v.r .nM
vesttrday for the third time since the
first of the year. What Is more, each
seller has turned the property over at
profit, which In some Instances was
uorth while. Yesterday's deal and the
previous sale were negotiated by Ewlng
Spred of E. H. Ludlow A Co. In view
of the many turnovers of this building
in the last four months and the
ule and resale of the loft - building
st 97 Crosby street within the
last few months there la reason
to believe that Croaby street 'Is slowly
coming back, regaining some of the
prestige as a business street and
an investment field, that It held before
the movement of trade started soma
jears ago to Fourth avenue and other
uptown sections, which hsd been pre
pared to attract the substantial con
cerns In the old mercantile district. The
Cro.by street building Is now the prop
erty of Isssc H. Hoffman of Lebanon,
N .1 He took the property yesterday
from Anthony Loug. who paid a profit
for the house to a Mr. Lyon, who rep
resented a syndicate which bought the
building, knowing Its value. Mr. Lyon
bought It from the Central Trust Com
psjiy. which back In It IS was forced
to taka the property to protect Ita In
terest, The building covers a plot 40s
14.10 Irregular, adjoining the south
east corner of Prince street.
8SB.000 APARTMENT DEAL.
The Halcyon Real Estate Corporation,
which waa formed by bondholders of the
New Tork Real Estate Security Com
pany, shortly after the letter's failure,
to take over some of the realty, yester
day sold three large apartment houses
on Washington Heights, valued at 1155,
ono. to the Nason Realty Company,
which la Max Xatanson. The deal
waa for cash and waa negotiated by
William fi. Baker, as broker.
The largest parcel In the deal la Caro
lyn court, at asvu to ssvs croaaway,
northeast corner of l(2d street, a six
Men elevator apartment on plot lOOx
100 u was held at $275,000.
The Sylvia, at 5(0 West 144th street,
s six story elevator house, on plot lOOx
100, adjoining the Wellesley Court
Apartments, at the southeast corner of
Uroadway, Is the second piece Involved
The third property In the deal la the
lx story apartment, with elevator, at
West 142d street, on plot 100x100,
adjoining the northeast corner of Broad
way. The two latter properties were
valued at 1100,000 each.
OPERATOR MAKES QUICK TURN.
The High Cliff, the six story- elevator
apartment house on plot 100x100, at
the southeast corner of Audubon ave
nue and 177th street, has been resold
by Frederick Brown, who acquired It
early this month from the Wilton Hold
ing Corporation, which Is affiliated with
the New Tork Title and Mortgage Com
pany. Besides cash. Mr. Brown ac
cepted from the William Gamble Realty
Company and John Brown the vacant
Plot 5Sx99x7Sx:4x77, at the -.nutixvaat
orner of Riverside Drive and 14th
Mreet, which Is free and clear. J, 8.
Maxwell waa the broker. The deal in
volved about $300,000.
S 4 II, MAKERS BUY IN FRONT ST.
The Charles F. Noyes Company has
sold for the Markhkm Realty Corpora
ton, Clarence W. Eckhardt. president, to
.lohn Curtln, 4 and 4. Front street,
to connected five story loft buildings
covering plot 40xl, and containing about
;o ooo square feet of space. The pur
chaser will make extensive alterations
to the buildings and occupy the property
eilusively for his business as sail
maker and dealer In canvas goods. The
business was established In 1855 and has
Wn located In that neighborhood from
that time. The Markham Realty Cor
poration purchased the property about a
month ago, and It Is reported they made
a very handsome and quick turn on this
Investment. It resold the property at a
considerable advance above the price it
paid for the realty.
TRADING IN MAN V PARTS.
EAST 57TH STREET The t)ree story
and basement dwelling, on lot 22x
loo, at 327 East Flfty-seveeith street,
between First and Second avenues,
has been resold by the Lawyers Mort
jrase Company to a buyer, who plana
to alter the building Into small apart
ments and stores. The seller acquired
this property at auction a week ago In
foreclosure proceedings from the stand
of Joseph P. Day.
JU!0,IVAY Mrs. Elltabeth F. 81b
oald Is reported to have sold the three
Mory business building, on lot 19.11x
"0 feet, at 3472 Broadway.
THIUD AVENUE James H. Crulk
h.nk has resold the two five story
tenements, on plot 37,9x100, at 164
and 1 64S Third avenue, adjoining the
rorthwest corner of Ninety-second
K-eet, which he recently purchased
from Edward J. and Benjamin J.
K na- through Leon Altmayer.
F!''OND AVENUE Harold Evans lias
sold to Anna E. Smith 192 Second
n venue, northeast corner of Twelfth
feet, a four story building, on lot
LAST :35THt STREET Ellxabeth
nine, of Brooklyn has bought from
Macdalcna Hamann 138 East 236th
nrret a two story dwelling, on lot
2'xlOO, adjoining the southwest cor-
" of Kepler avenue.
tVi'OfRSE W. H. Beardslsy has
sold to Lena Heels the Interior plot
100x59.6x100x34.1, about thirty feet
t of the Concourse, between 164th
"d 165th streets.
IinnOKLYN DWELLING BUYERS.
t "e Mclnerney Kllnck nealty Com
rr has sold the three story limestone
v' lerican basement house at 554 Third
irpi near Eighth avenue, for Henry
a Hade to Dr. Strobrldga for occu
arles Buermann ft Co and a Mr,
H'on have sold for N, M. Beryman
' ltutland road, a two story and base
rnmt brnwnstone house on lot 20x100 to
N S AMrlge.
MKST NEW BRIGHTON SALE.
v'"ffatt ft Schwab have sold for Mrs.
1 r-ihetti M. Jackron her residence at
Oakland avenue. West New Brlgh
' Ptaten Island, to Mrs. Effle Anrele-
' ulio wilt take possession about
'1 tl.K Or BROOKLYN SHIPYARD.
1 mortgage of $1,600,000 hsa been
" 'red by the Bsy Ridge Dock Com
' on water front property between
1 ' fourth and Fifty-seventh streets,
'iv lirooklvn. The story Is that a
"'.'") It to be formed to build ships
a-jvernrrierit. The rrprty sd
.' the Morse Iron Works, one of the
largest shop of It kind In the country.
and the property purchased recently by
the Government as a alt for a 125,000,
000 warehouse. ,
tucks Jamaica cornkhs.
The O. I. Holding Corporation has
sold to C. V. Slnionaon the plot. 75x100,
at the southeast corner of Lffert ave
nue and Hillside avenue, Jamaica.
J. Munaon has aold to A. P. Price the
plot, "tilOO, at the northeast corner of
Ccnrte avenue and nockaway Plank
LEAVES N. V. FOR YOXKKRS.
The nobert E. Farley Organisation
has sold for Jean Nehmelman Ills house
on Mornlngslde road. Nepperhan Heights.
Yonkers, to C. L. Smith of New York
James H. Crulltahank has sold to
Walter B. Dixon of Bronxvllle a plot.
75x100, on Stater avenue, Colonial
Heights. Yonkers, .V. Y.
HARTSDAI.E IIOCSK BOLD AOAI".
David Wallace has sold for J. Alex.
Dingwall, Jr., the Colonial residence
recently purchased by him at Oreen
acres. liartsdale. N. Y.. to John T. Reld
of Oreenacrea, The property Is located
on the corner of Brayton road and Wal
worth avenue, and haa been sold and re
sold by the same brokers within a period
of five weeks. It was held' at I2S.O00.
OLD NEWARK CORNER SOLD.
The old three story and basement
building at the northeast corner of Mar
ket and Plane streets, being numbers
S9-C1 Market street and 310-SU Plane
street, Newark, haa been aold by Louis
Kamm. Inc.. for the Elgin Realty Com
pany to E. Heyman of Newark. A five
atorv building covers the site which
'fronts St feet on Market street and 121
feet on Plane atreet.
TO REMODEL MORGAN HOUSE.
Plans have been filed with the Bu
reau of Buildings for removing the
rear wing, building a new one. putting
In new partitions and elevator, tn the
four story dwelling of Mrs. Junius S.
Morgan. Jr.. at 30 East Thirty-sixth
street, at an estimated roet of $100,000.
Goodwin. Bullard Woolsey are the
BENTS DOWNTOWN BUILDING.
Teaaat Foaad for WlllUas Street
The Charles F. Noyes Company haa
leased for William H. Whiting ft Co..
agents, for Ave years, the building at
231 William street to M. Feder, and
apace In (0 Stone street to Robert Moore
Pease A Elllman have leased ths par
lor floor In 31 West Thirtieth atreet to
John P. Duffus. furrier.
The Douglaa Robinson, Charles S.
Brown Company haa leased the store
and basement at 7 Eaat Forty-fifth
street tn G. A. Baker ft Co. ; the atore at
1 West Forty-seventh street to Jamas
F. MeDermott: for the aermond Es
tate. 421 Lexington avenue, a four story
building, to Bernard Laplnsky. and for
the Cross ft Brown Company, the west
erly loft at S and 10 West Forty-fifth
street to L-uckhardl at ueiaer.
Bostlne ft Co., as agents, rented to
H. H. Freeh, ISO Eaat Twenty-seventh
atreet for George uagoe : also tne nrtn
floor In the building at 117 East Twenty-ninth
street to the Newton agar
M. ft L. Hess have leased tha tenth
floor st 257 to 265 West Seventeenth
street to the Sweets Company of Amer
ica ; alto the ninth floor at and 8
West Twentieth street to M. Felnberg.
Pease ft Elllman have leased space In
the Liberty Tower. $5 Liberty street.
to Brown ft cooksey. Kvert a. jnnk,
Salvador Ferrer. S. ft J. It. Albert, Sin
clair ft Ashdown, Robert W. Watson.
Fedde ft Paaley. and additional space
to W. Edward Lake.
William A. White A Sons have leased
offices at 43 Exchange place to Altred
R Whitman: In 4S West Twenty-sev
enth street to P V Greenfield: in 10
Old S'.lp to Andrew F.bsen ft Co , and In
II Maiden I-ane to Weinberg Ulrich.
Van Vlelt ft Plac have leased to
Thorns Blake the buildings on plot
100x100. at 430 to 43S West Forty.flrst
PARTS WITH 4TII AVE. HOTEL.
Paul A. McGolrlck has leased to
Harry Rubinstein the seven story bach
elor apartment house at 42t Fourth ave
nue, with the exception of the ground
floor. Mr. McGolrlck holds a long lease
on this property and has made extensive
alterations. The present lease Is for a
long term of years. Involving an aggre
gate rental of about $140,000. William
H, McDonald was the broker. The
building la arranged In one and io
MRS. II. G. TREVOR RENTS.
Pease ft Ellimsn have leased for Mrs.
Maria 8. Glbbs to Mrs. Henry G. Trevor
the four story and basement dwelling at
Eaat Seventy-eighth street, between
Madison and Park avenues.
HELPED TO PUT OVER LEASE.
White-Goodman were the brokers In
the recorded lease of the building at 430
to 434 Seventh avenue for the C. ft H.
Corporation to the Krlm Realty Com
pany. RENTING SlilTES ON DRIVE.
Pease ft Elllman have leased an apart
ment In l&l Riverside Drive to Ely Ber
nay, and one. furnished. In 270 Riverside
Drive to S. Milton Schnstiktn.
SUBURBS FOR HOTEL MAN.
Fish ft Marvin have rented for Daniel
E. Woodhull. vice-president of tha Amer
ican Bank Note Company, his property
at Sagamore, Hronxvllle, furnished, for
the summer, to Lucius M. Boomer, pro
prietor or the Hotel McAlpln.
The Lewis H. Macy Company' has
leased at Lawrence for Mrs. Lillian D.
Sealy the cottage on Sealy lane to Philip
Ebllng ; for the Glen Cove Bank, cottage
on Stanley atreet to Stephen Stllwagon.
At Belle Harbor, for Mllllcent Baun, cot
tage on Oriental avenue to Peter S.
Balkoff; for Martin F. Btggers. cottage
on Oxford avenue to Jacob Schwebel ;
for Thomas McKeown, cottage on
Chester avenue to Felix Well; for
Charlea' C. Preston, cottsge on Suffolk
avenue to Fred D. Flnlay. At Edge
more, for Dr. David Friedman, cottage
on Wave Crest avenue to Charles H.
Roman ; for Charles Sellltt, cottage on
Neptune avenue to-F. W.Neggbade, and
for Henry Merkel. cottage on Harrlman
avenue to Isador Sobelt.
REGISTER'S FORCES RALLY TO
The employees of the New York
county Register's office listened to an
address by Register James A. Donegan
on the Third Liberty Jxvan yesterday,
it aroused great enthusiasm among the
employees and resulted In subscriptions
well Into ,tne tnousanus or aonars.
When Deouty Register Edmund P, Hola-
han said be would suoscrine ror si.ooo
worth of bonds Register Donegan im
mediately announced that be would aou
ble that amount.
BANKER TAKKS DIG SUITE.
James C. Colgate, banker, who re
eentlv advanced the trade Invasion
through West Fifty-seventh street by
leasing his dwelling at 48 to Mme, Ru
hlnxteln. haa secured a new 'living place
through Pease ft Elllman, who rented
his dwelling. Mr. Colgate has taken a
suite of sixteen rooms and five baths In
the aDartment house at 270 rarK avs
r.ne the taraest aoartmtnt structure in
the world, for a term of ears. Douglaa
t Elllman ft to, were associated wun
the leasing of the apartment.
MORE LAND FOR
45 Lota Added to Extensive
Holding of Institution.
A sale of forty-five lots In the River
dale section of The Bronx was consum
mated yesterday by the Newton Land
Association with the niverdale Country
School, By this purchase the Rlvcrdale
Country School adds to the holdings
upon which 'it has erected school build
Ings during the past year, at a cost of
1150.000 from designs by McKlm. Mead
White. The property owned by the
school, through the Rlvcrdale Country
School Realty Company, Inc., now em
braces over 100 city lots overlooking
Van Cortland. Park, and extending from
Fleldeton road on the west to the Albany
Post road on the east, between 'West
2S2d and ISSd streets, one of the largest
unbroken tracts occupied by any educa
tional Institution within the city. The
sellers were represented by, Joseph P.
Day. City Judge aeorge Blmpson. pres
ident of the Newton Land Association,
and George Taylor, counsel. The purchas
ers were represented by Seth Sprsgue
Terry, vice-president of William A.
White 4 Hons, one of the directors of
the IUverdale Country School Realty
Company, and Frank 8. Racket, head
master of the Rlvcrdale Country School.
WOMAN BELLS SCARSDALE HOME
Grlffen, Prince ft Ripley has sold the
residence of Mrs. Frank Van Fleet at
Greenacres, Scarsdale, to Mrs. Robert
O. Brandt of Rutherford, N. J. The
I property consists of dwelling and garage
held at $21,000.
BILLIAltD ROOM BLOCK LONG.
Maurice Daly has lessed through J. B.
English and Harris ft Vaughan the sec
ond floor In the Regal Building, st the
southwest corner of Brosdwsy and Fif
tieth street, for a term of years. The
floor will be connected with the Urge
billiard parlor of ths lessee at Broadway
and Forty-ninth street.
(With name aad addresa of owner and
(South of Fourteenth street )
PARK ROW, 111 -II I, i. runs lUl i
Mi e Hi n I4x e IS. la n H I to bf
Robert Komtnel to Henrietta Kommel.
3113 Ocean ar, Brooklyn, April II. ...It
JACKSON ST. 31. :Sxl0 Lucille t: Kurta
to N K Vail ft Co, 22 W 1st st. Mount
Vernon, N T. mtg llr.OCO. Mty, M J
Morlarty. 22 1st St. Mount Vernon.... It
CROSBY tfT. 101-101, 0iH.lil.l.
Anton tang end ano to Isaac H Hoff
man. Lebanon. N J. rate 1:7,(00, all
Mens. April IS.,, IM0
8PRINO AT, 11, n e c Kllsabnth st, ll.lx
liliitt (partition sale, June 12. 1HT
Algernon B Norton, ref, to Frank I'rlnlp,
IIS Elisabeth st, April 17: aity, t, T A
T Co, 10 Bway 117,000
ID AV, n e c 12th st. It tall Hsrnld
Krana to Anna E Smith. JO W 1JM it.
h and a, e (. April 17; atty, T O T
Co, 17t Bway $100
(East of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
and 110th streets.)
14TH ST. 615 E. ll. 10x101. 1 Bernhard
Mayer to Anna If Warren, S2t W isth
st. half part, n and a. all liens. April IS:
live Miliar n It t.lbarlv mt IIS
SAME PROPERTY Samuel Well et ai.
ears, to same, nan part, an liens, April
71: atlye. eame 110
1ITH ST, It E. Sl.lOaM til Lexington
Av Co to central Trust Co of X Y. it
Wall st. all liens. Dee ::. 117: attya.
Jollne. U ft R, II Wall at $109
tOTH ET. II E. Mllll.t. aubj tn It 0,011)
mtg: also property In Bridgeport, Conn.
Ac Comet I H Head to Egarton 1.
Wlnthrop. Jr. 101 X list st. and ano.
trustees. In trust for Ufa of parly first
part and then to John T I. Huhbard et
at. April 14: attys. Wlnthrop ft Atlmson.
I Liberty at -...11
SAME PROPERTY Same tn eame, mts
10,000. all r, t and I and all liens, April
II: attya. same II
IIP ST. Ill K. a a. UxlOO I Bernhard
Mayer to Hannah Fltspatrlrk, 124 XV
10th at, halt part, b and a. all llena.
March 20. ... 110
SAME PROPERTY Samuel Well et al.
eira. to aanve. halt part, b and a. all
liens: atty. T O A T Co, 171 nay 111
70TII RT. a a. Ill w lit av, 3It.100.4
Henry II Frahlne to Ellen Riley, 141
Clinton '. Bklvn. mtc 110.000; atf,
Danlal Cohn 11 Rway It
1ST ST. lit E. I010:. list St. Ill E.
:nl2.J; list St. n a. 143 w Lx ir,
-Olio:.:, tut st. Hi e. ioiio:.:; list
n , 10 w Lex iv, 30x103. 1; lid
et. a s. 10 C e Park av. 143tl0J :
117th st. I w, , IT' e Lenni
av, :vxl00tl, 13d at. n a. 100 vr !1
av, 1,0x103 3. Rutgera at. 14. - a IT
a Monro at, ISatOl.lO Bernhard
Kelfer to flllbo Realty Corp. 417 E
7th st. all llena. April 17; attya. ".infer
A .V. J7 Liberty at 11
(West of Fifth aeenue. between'Fourteenth
and 110th street v
ITH AV. n w cor 43d at. 35 5j75 Theo
M and Minerva I, Macy tn Mlnrv
I. Mary. 131 Pelham rd New Ilorbell.
X Y. 1-10 part. March 11 1100
71ST 8T, a a, 110 e West End av. I00i
100. S Hartwood Holdlnf Co to Orinoco
Realty Co, III W 40th et. April IS:
attya. Bin A B. Ill W 40th et .1100
I7TH ST. 117 W. Il.lll00.11 Wm J Wit
kl to Robt O Rdlfn. 1131 Union
at, liklyn. April II; tatty. T (1 A T
Co. 17 Bway 1100
103D ST. Ill W, ll.lalOO 11 Henrv L
Sutler to Nam B mnriiir, lois wti.
ehlr RJvd, Banta Monica, Cal, ml a
111.100, all liens. April 11: atty, T O
ft T Co, 174 Bway It
(Manhattan Taland. north of 110th atreet )
MADISON AV. I7f. :S.I0 Anthony Av
Realty Co to vvuco nealty Co, 1,0 is
llltn at. rats m.suu, an iiena, Apr i.v
addree. J P Van Kirk. 170 E 141th
11VTI! ST. 3IS.7 K. IlllOO 10 W M I'.eed
to Welsel Realty Co. J4I w llld et, mtg
134,000, all llena, Apr 17; atty. M II
Hoehdorf. 17 Chambera at 1101
CENTRAL PARK W, n w r SOth st. 100. Ii
100 Orinoco Realty Co to Mary A Holt
mann, 33 W 45th et, mtg 1110,000. all
Urns. Aor U: attya, Bins A B. Ill V
4'th st II
HITH.flT. 110 W, J0xl00.ll Mvra Van
Tasaell Kerr to rannle Roaanbarr. 101
K 6th at. Apr 3; atty, Title. Quar A T
Co. 17 Bway 1100
1HTH ST, a a. 171 7th av, t0i301 10 tn
n a Illlh ft Hous or the Oood Shan
herd to Francis Crawford, :iZd at near
White Plains HQ. Bronx, Apr IS; atlv
Tltla Ouar A Tr Co. 171 Bway II
110TH ST, 104 W. 11x100.11 Mortimer T
Delano to wi nelmlna P Delano. 104 w
130th el, for her lite and then reverts
tn party lit part, Apr IS; attya, tteyere
Rroa. It Naaaau et 1100
13 , Tit oT, 41 w, ll. sin. ii Jacob llasaut
to Auguata ana Jacob Besant, II IV
1I7th at, as tenanla by entirety, mtg I.
000, Apr 17: ally, F P Trautmann, III
Xassau at II
1I0TK 9T, 141 W. H.lsls.ll I, Hurl
eaniorn to vv r; neeo. Ml w ma at
mtg 14,100; atty, Title Ouar A T Co, 171
ro.TT av, n w c. io(th at, looxioo (for
fioa, Apr 10) vv Allen, rr. to Emigrant
Indnat Havings Bank;' attya, R A E .1
O Oormao, II Chambera at ...... .16,000
(Borough of Tha Bronx 1
WALTON AV. e a, 130.3 n llld Ht. 100. llx
l. 1x100 10x34.8 Dora P McCaffrey to
iina iieeK. adz n laiin ni. Aorti it:
Attv. T O A T Co, 171 Broadway... 100
Anthony av. a a. mi a uurnsm av
31x100 Marietta McTerney to Albert C
Hrhwelier. nil Maoison av, mtc n.too,
April 17: Albert C Bchwelser. lilt Mailt-
eon Av 1100
AIMPHOX 8T, !. e a. 110x101. Annie
R. apretley tn Malax Realty Corpn, 170
Hway, mtg jin.uuu, April, n; Ally, Max
Bllvereteln. lot Rway ... ". II
MATILDA ST. 4131. a S. IJXI0O Am Ita R
Muller tn Gee DeFeore. 117 W 1 21st Ht,
mt 11. HO. Anrll 17: Atty. I, T ft T Co,
110 Broadway II
INTERVALE AV. w a. 141 n Freeman Bt
I7.HI00 Fred'k W. Hauer to I.eyhurvt
Co.. 141 nwav. mts szs.nuo. uee. ,. isit
Altr. Chas 1' A W W Rucklay. 141
FOREST AV. 11, w a. 11.4x100 .Tennle
ntlbera to Nathan Friedman, llll Car
roll Bt. Rklyn, mtg. 134.040. Dec. 34.
HIT; Alt)', Herman (lottllab. ISO
SAME PROPERTY Nathan Friedman to
Rich Trading Co, ine,- mtg 134,000, April
1: Atty, eame II
tltTII BT, 111 E. e a. SSttOO Magdalena
Hamann to Ella Frlsat, 54 Logan St.
Rklyn. mts 14,110, March 4; Atty, F J
Materia, 4141 Jamaica Av, Richmond
I Interior parcel lying la rear of 1441 itoaexl
Hill,- U I .,....,..,01
dale Av, x Ells stelnmett to Ernat It
Teirn. nsi Roadaie av, April ii; ah v.
E It Telch, till Roseilale av 1
(With name and address of londer and
(Soulh of Fourteenth alreel.)
SPMNCl ST, 11, n e r Elisabeth at. il.U
vaxz.txss,l' l April ll rnn. rriui" iu
Xtary A Btrsnsr. Ill 8 Bway, Tarrytown,
N Y, ft yra, r! attya, Blandy, M A H.
17 Wall st I.1':!"
3D AV, n e c l:th st, 17.1x71, April 17
Anna K Smith to Minnie Btoffregn, 134
4th av. 2 yrs. t; ally, Title Ouar A T
Co, 17 Bway 11,000
(East of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
, und 110th atrtta.)
JJTH ST. 144 K, :ix,9. April 10 Sarah
C and Eleanor (i Hewitt to Arthur C
.lames. 31 E lllh at., due April I. Is!'.
.! atlv, TOlTto, 11 Dway..lI3.S00
MAUISON AV, a e c 43d sj, 11 M:i.
Irreg, i'-3 parts, aubj to 1 prior mts
aggreeat tf:...000 and 3 prior mtts as
gregat 111,000 on 2-1 parte. A,prll 1
.vrchlbald M Maclay, evr and true (lee
W Watson, deed, and Marguerite K U
Watson and Warren M and litis I. W at
son, to (leorgle Maclay, 3S tth av. due
aa per bond; atty, TltSe Ouar T (J,
17 Hway ,, :o.ft00
MADlfOX AV, 'e a, S0.4 n 101th et, 60x100,
April 10 lwla Hamuela to Herman
Krana, 14 W 14th al, I yr. . prior mtg
ItS.oon: attys, Alexander, C A B. Jl
Chambers si 15,000
(Weil of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
and 110th atreta.l
10JD ST. Ill W, 11.1x100.11, April II
Nellie K Blnclalr to Jas H Crulkshanji.
Fr'eport, I. I. due Nov tl. llll, .
prior mtg 112,500; attya, Otterbourg .a ft
II. :oo Hh av... .
(Jlanhatisn Island, north of 110th atreet.)
3D AV, 2352-3254. 40x10. prior mtg l.00:
3d av, S'te. loalO; Trinity av. a . 41.J
n lllat st. le.lxioo. April 17 Martha
Kcbnvorr to Millie H Blumbarg. 112 V
-i t r aer.. eitv. teaae Joaenhaon.
5 Beekman t iJvJ"
11ITII ST. 315-317 E. IltlOO.tO, April 17
Welael Realty Co to Wm M Reed. Pel
ham, X Y. du. April 1. li:o, i; atlys.
Wilson. II W. 41 Wall at. ...... .13.000
3 ISTH ST. 130 W. e, 1'5 7th av. 20x
100.11, P M, April : Fannie Iloaenberi:
to Mvra Van Tasvell Kerr. 120 W lljth
at, due April '1.. is:i.
(li.ar ft T Co. 17 Rwav i-"0,a,
t:il) ST. 170.174 B. I.4x llx Irreg. April
1 Joa and Adolph Deuteeh to Uhrleto-ph-r
.1 Chapman. 110 E 174th at. I yra,
.. prior mts 127.000: attv, M J Htilll
van. Willis av and 14th at . ...12.000
130T1I ST. 141 V. lSxH.11. I' M. April
17 Wm E Reed to L llurd Sanford, 57
Madlaon at, Rklyn. due Julv 17. llll.
i atty. Title Ouar ft T Co. 17
1I2D HT, 275 W. ISslt.ll. April Harry
C Burdlck to Metropolitan Ufa lna Co.
due Mav 1. U31. : attya. Butcher, T
ft r. 1 Madison av U.IOO
(Borough af Tits Bronx.)
FOREST AV. 141, w a. 11.4x100 Rich
Trading Co. Inc. to Nathan Friedman,
llll Cardoll at, Rklyn. prior mtg III.
000. April 17, 5 yrs. ; atty, N Fried
man. I0 Bway II. 000
11TH ST. n a. 201 w Brnnxwood av. 2Sx
114. WakeCeld Sallg Engel to Louie
Fink. 1140 Ocean av. Bklyn. March 21.
: ra. ,: atty, Hy J! Flateau. SI
Chambera at ,1790
(With nam and addreaa of lender'a at
torney 6TII AV. 4H9 Wm P and Evelina Dixon
to Central Trust Co of N Y. M Wall at,
Mae 2.1. 1SS3; attya, Dixon A Holmes.
3 Jberty at - 121.000
11 ITH T. I W (loesle Bcinrr. 19 E
insth at. to Annie Perer. on tha prem
Ilea, March 50. 1B17; atty. M B Oluck.
Ml Bway I7..0
72D BT. n a. 2i' e Park av. !Ox102.2
Kmtit GoldsTilth to the Hebrew Orphan
Aaylum of City of X Y. March 10. ISO;
atty, Ieaaca. I1,0n6
SOTH ST. n a. 3SS 4 w 34 av, IDSxlon
Hub Realty Co to Amanda Chase, 740
West End av. Deo f, 1P07: atty. S A
Ixiwenateln. 132 Xaaeau at.. ,...110.000
132D ST. ft E Wm Rally to Yorkvlll
Rank, March SO, 1903: attya, Ilabar, D
A H. 30 Rwar IS.7SO
1S2D ST. 5 E Lou'a Irfvln tn Michael H
Markr. July J. 10I: atty. Jno P Schuch
man. 200 feway 13.430
1ID ST. Ill W Chaa W Cox agt Hannah
(Irohmen et al (foreeloaur of mort
gage): attya. Cadwalader, Wlckeraham
A Taft. ,
AMSTERDAM AV. e e eor 10th at. 47.1 Ox
too Exralslor eatings Bank of tha City
of Nee. York sgt Peltier Realty Co et al
tfo.-ecloe'jr of mortgage); atty, H Swain.
1ST AV. e a. II. 10 n 114th at. 22x11: t2d
rt. 147 E. and 191 1st av Lillian Saase
agt Marl Dleckman ei at (partition),
at:. Elfera Abberley
LOT t. map of lota In village of Will,
lamebrldge, property of W V Duncan
Marc-.ia a uyera at ai, aa etra. agi
Koaarla I'olllna et al (forer'oeure of
mtgv. altyr, Townsend A (iutterman.
LOT ti, map of lota In village of Will.
lam-brldge, property or w I uiincan
V arena A Myera al, aa eira. agt
Itoaarla Polllna et al fforerlosur ul
mm. attve. Townaend ft Gulterman
LOT NO A-II. map of 70 lota compris
ing ceaar Mill plot on e-oweit rarm. at
Village of Fordham Elsla Julia Dick
inson, aa truatee. agt Jamea M Leddy
et al (foreclosure, of mtg); atty, C A
4ITII ST. 117 W Knickerbocker Chande
Her and Electrical Supply Co agt New
Netherlands Theatre Co. owner: Will
tern A Eva Sheer, contractors. . .1171 20
144TH BT. 24 W Herman tloldner agt
Ab-aham Kiaenperg, owner ana con
SAME PROPERTY Ellaa H Lang agt
am .. . .J5.ii
107TH HT. 124 E Mlka Potash jtt
i.awrenr itoiainer l". inc. owners;
Karah A Banlaroin Ilernsteln. leaseaa
end rnntrartnra 114
111TH ST, 810 E Mlk Potash agt Jo.
sepn Silverman, owner; omran ini.
ml,, Hernalaln. leaaaea and contrac
1IITH BT. ;0 to 301 E Mlk Potash agt
a.rt Here a. owner: aaran nt nenjamin
nernetein. leaaeea and conlractora I5B 75
CIST ST, :0I W Bam Elite agt Herman
n Kltav. owner and contractor.. .146 ns
11STH ST. 161 W Plata Contracting Co
agt Katie cicnwarta & namuei oriim,
nn.n anil oontraetora: Llll! Trail
man. owner 110,000
SATISFIED MECHANIC'S LIEN.
43D ST, 140 to 341 W Jeromel Really
ana (.onstrviciion ..v. mt, nn.jn
nttv Cnm et el. Dec 10. 1917 (by
RESULTS AT AUCTIOX.
AT 11 VE8ET STREBT.l
By Henry Brady.
irvins no E. 21 and 21, 50 xll. two I
sty loft and air eiaga unvon oannga
Bank against E O Pier et ai: due 113.
213.45: taxes. Ac 114,31.11; aold to
plaintiff tor 1170.000.
By Samuel Marx.
CITH ST. I4t W. 25x100, 4 aty tnt and sirs
M R Maitoie. cnamoeriain. against
Mlchl Blegal et al: due. iio.tii.ii; lax.
Ac, llll.ia; aolQ to piatniin ror iio.suv.
AT 1101 THIRD AVENUE.
By Henry Brady.
WASHINGTON AV. 2117-41, 75H4I. four
I aty fr tnla and atra Teachers Bill A
loan Assn agalnet H () Barrett Co at
al. due, i:i,47t,41: taxea. Ac. 11,101.19;
aold to the piaintirr ror tio.uuo.
By Qeorge Price,
WHITE PLAINS RD. n e cor Barthold
n.v. 41.5x91. 7x45x13 C E Dunbar against
J Blondl et ai: du. :.ej.4s; taxaa. ac,
1350; aold to tne piaintirr ror ta.oev.
r-llinilt AV. s w cor Bvolyn PI. 100x10
W O Bumataad against Jennie Oapoann
et al; du. 13.141.30; taxes. Ac t:iI.I9
sold to the piaintin lor ti.soo.
By Joseph A Co.
BOONE- AV. a w ror Drainage av, HOx
10. 7x Irreg, vacant A W W Co against
August Busch et al: due, 11,041.1: taxea,
Ac, i:oi. so; eoia to ine piaintin -or tsvv,
XESW BRONX BCILDIXCF.
PILOT ST, 17,71 e t.lly Island av. 1 aty
reinforced concrete Areo factory. 0x
300.32 Ribt Jacob. Cltv Island, owner
Ixiuls P Fluhrer Co, Inc. f!0 Weet 42d
at, architect ., iio.oo
DIVISION ST. I-9V4. all Samuel Bunkln
tn Meyer Cohan. ) E lOld st, I yrs from
May 1. 1911; sttys, Fried A Kraknwer.
299 Bway '. 11.400
CANAL ST. 511-41. fourth and atxth of
Kobra Aeatta Corpn to laminated
arh4m Co. Palham. X Y. 1 yrs from Ma
1, 1911, for fourth lofta at 11,100 and two
vra from Mav I. 1911. for sixth loft st
12.000; atty, T M Hill. 2 Doctor
at 11.100 and 2,00
tivtom AV. (11. IH. all Clara Ellner t
Sam' I Frank. 90 Eagle ev, 2 yra from
April . I, lilt, Merea e: any, nam
Frank, Ml Eagle av.... ...l,Tf
bvecial Dtipaleh to Tne Sea,
WASHINOTON, April 11. Tha Var De
partment Issued tha.fotlowlng army orders
Chaplain J. F. Chenoreth relieved at Tort
rUOCUm, ,x. Y., to (.imp Aacnary ibiui,
Kentucky, for duty.
Major A. Hardman leave granted to May I,
Col. V. E. Harris from Washington. D. C,
to Dayton, Ohio.
Capt, W. K. Moore relieved of present
duties, to Fort H, (1. Wright, New York.
coast derencta of tang Island Hound.
Lieut. .Cot. W. H. Palr.e to' Ninth Cavalry.
Col. U F. Munson granted leave thirty
Major W, I. Patterson la appointed Lieu.
Capt, J. I', Edgsrly la appointed a Major.
Major .1, W. Heard to command Payne
Held, Weat Point, Mlsa.
Corp ef Engineers.
Col. W. P. Atokey relieved of present
duties, to Fort Sam Houston. Texaa. aa
department engineer Southern Depart
ment, relieving Major It C, Kuldll.
Lieut. -Col. V. L. Peterson relieved with
Eighth Englneera. to Camp Lee (Vir
ginia) training camp.
Major D. II. Gillette rrom duty at Camp
Lee. Virginia, to Camp A. A. llumphreya,
Capt. G. Maya relieved at Camp A. A.
llumphreya. Virginia, to Camp Laurel,
Maryland, Flfty-aeventh Englneera.
Majnra R. U. Nicholas. D. O. Elliott, H.
Brand, Jr., a. J. Richards. A. P. Cronk
hlte and D. A. Davison, now -on duty as
Inatructitra at enalnear offlcera' training
ramp, Camp late, Virginia, ar retained
aa Inatructora st next engineer training
Col. William II. Pain la honorably die
charged as a Colonel of Infantry, X. A.,
First Lteut. Leslie Chllds honorably dis
charged. Aeelgnment of Col Frank 1. Morrow to
Chief of Staff announcad.
First IJeut. Lewie Spencer Morrla. from
dutv Chief Signal Officer, Waahlngton.
D. C, to Camp Dlx. Xw Jeraay.
Leave of absence for four daya granted to
Flrat Lieut. Latvia Spencer Morrla.
First lieut. Joseph P. Kelly, from pres
ent duty to Washington, D. C, acting
Quartermaster-oeneral, for duly.
Capt. Frank K. Eapanhatn to Baltimore
and Philadelphia, then to hla proper eta
Hon. Capt. H. Clay Bayly, Jr., from hla pres
ent dutlsa to Camp Lewis, Washington.
Cant. Kaufman O. Talk, from duty at
llooseveit Hospital, wow rora. m run
Oglethorpe, Georgia, and Camp Green-
First Lieut. Nell MacM. Slewart. from hla
pressnt riutlas at Camp Btiwi- ana ror
duty as Camp Medical supply Officer.
Flrat Lteut. Wiley H. Dhrer. from duty
at 33o Federal street, Chicago, to Rock
ford, III.. Camp Grant, for duty.
Flrat Lieut. Wiley H. Dohrer. from dutv
at Camp Grant. III., to Chicago. SP50
Federal atreet. for duty.
Following relieved from dutv at Camp
Lee. Virginia, to 10lth Engineer-, Camp
Cody. New Mexico: Second l.leute Paul
W. -olby. Irvln K. Frlnk. Le Hough.
Jr . Horace S. Seymour.
Appointment of following aa Second Lieu
tenants announced and they will report to
tha Engineer Training Camp. Camp Lee.
Virginia, for duty: Corporals Urant
Smith Derr, William Lax Glenslng, Ar
thur Gordon Vanneas, Private (first
class) John Emery Gelger. Supply Ser
geant William Charlea Roaenthal, fla
grante William Edgar Soden and Leonard
Ueoraa Htallkamn. Maater Engineer Ar
thur Cart Btelgel, Bergeant Charlea
Freeborn Stroheon, Private John cum
mlnga Tylrr. Corporal Everett Tyler Bur.
ton. Sergeant Eugan Walter Lewie.
Battalion Bergeant Major Jamea Briar
Edmunda. Private Max Kanen, Corporal
Arthur Ward Burklnghem, Sergeante
(first rlasa) Robert Jamea Burke and
Nell G. Cheshire. First Sergeant John
Henry Carroll, Corporal Edward Houaar
Cavln. Sergeante Frank Linn Brown and
Albert AviruMua Hesser. Private Rolae
ITeaton Halt, Sergeante Gordon Aren
Hapkina ana noiana saoipn i.ea, i:or
poral Dfbbl Manly Rlchenbaker. Ser
aeanta Robert Hanrv Roeaen and Rob
ert Bowman Vanhnrn, Private t first
A-.Kt.r VlA,t.n llamfflntl.l -,ir.
poral Carl Bernhardt Knoeb.i. sergeant.
first class) Edgar Alexander Merkha.ni. .
Master Engineer (Junior grade) Edward
(l-eenslede Lyon. Sergeant George El--.-ood
Itelrhelderfer. Maater Engineer
(Junior gradel Arthur Hrott, private
Artt data) Joseph Paul J.ldlak. Corporal
John Christopher Long. Sergeant iflrst
rtea.il Walter Behoemaker Marriott, Mae
ter Engineer (Junior gradel Henry Mer
cer Bhank. Private (first claetv Henry
Hoadlev Hart. Master Enrlner Relnhold
Fred Stock. Corporal Franklin Chap
man Smith. rrJvatee (drat claaal Walter
Frederick Gates and Carl Chester Howe,
Sergeants (first elaaa) Elmer A. Jonea.
.Toeeph Ulllon Kantner. Arthur Ray Kel
ler and Thorn a Milton Kellogg. Maater
Engineer (Junior grade) Clarence Elner
Ertcaaon, Sergeants Samuel Chaa Green
and Cecil Burkett Grig, Private George
Haag. Private (first elaaa) Roy William
Haege, Sergeant- Henry BobMtt Alkln
and Leon Edgar Andrewa. Battalion Ser
geant Major Philip Woodbrldge Knighta.
Sergeant (flrat rlaas) John Wesley Law
ler. Trlrat Emmons Alfred Martin, Ser
geants Emery Andrew Rovenstlne. Clin
ton Andrew Buahong. Private Charlea
Rowland Wllllama.CorporaIa Rusaall Lew.
ranre Williams and Marcus Jamas You-
mana. Sergeant Richard Merle Fullaway
Private Ernest Stevenaon end Wtlllam
Warren Slaton. Master Engineer (Junior
grade) Otto Jarkaon Vinson, Corporal
Albla I.tnnea Eubank. Prlrata WllUam
Ernest Flndlater, corporal Kt. Clair R.
Moore, Sergeants Klwln II. Miller' and
Victor Lee Rogers. Sergeant (first rlseai
Frank Joseph Prlndlvllle. Private Harry
Raymond Frankle, Corporal Bertram
Csrnallua Redgrave. Private Herbert Ed
ward Foster. Corporal John Muegrove
Rley, Sergeant Peter Jay Rattan, Private
waiter cnanea vvuitam xsarreit, -tergeent
Certer Xance, Corporals !ovta Austin
Porter, Howard Weslev Perkins, Private
Miller Edward Wlltmott. Sergeante Sllaa
Max Trumbo. Herbert Leslie Thompson,
Corporal Colonsl Herman Thompaon. Pri
vate Jaunea R. Pataraon. Corporal Fred
erick J. Pease. Bergeant George John
Sehmldt and Keller Paul Thin'. Ser
geant (flrat claea) Jamea Edward Dono
van, Corporal Glenn Richard Williams.
Private (flrat rlaas) Charlea E. G. Wlknff,
Corporal George James Wheeler, Jr ,
Maater Engineer (Junior grade) Edward
Tl. Walter. Corporal llarmond D. Rosen
krsns, Sergeant carl John Hammer,
Corporal Jamea McCarthy, Sergeant Alva
P. McCrarr, Sergeant (flrat olaeel Ray
mond .1. McManua. Private Carl E. Mel
ton. Corporal Roy N. McRrtde, Sergeants
(first class) John D. Mever, Matthew
Patrick Rratll, Jr.. and Clareme Rapp
Hraun. Private Victor JoaeDh Gallenl.
Following from duty at Camp le. Vir
ginia, to lutn Knginaere. camp Hlielby,
Mleelastppl; Sarnnd Lleute Ivan A.
Moore, Clarence f. Allg, Eugene C. Cas
aaday. Herbert W. Davltt.
Col. William J. Banian from 111th Engl
neera to oia engineer, camp Dvns,
Appointment of Sergesnt Burt F Tomlln-
aon ss efeconi Lieutenant announced,
He will report to Camp American Uni
versity. District of Columbia, for dutv.
Following nppolntmenta with rank from
March 11, lilt, are announced
To be Lleutenant-ColontI Major John Al
To h Majors Capt. Fred Edgar Foster,
William Wilson Burden,
To b Captains First Lieut. Burnslde It
value, ajii I,, cone. Marry Merer
land. .Ir.. Charlea S Johnson. Joseph H
Brooking. William B. Ktherldge, Roy
Rranham Albaugh. Frank E. Lawrence,
T. U Mallam. John C. Rill. Robert Rod-
gera Melge. Clarence G. Roffenim) er,
Morrla E. Humphrey, Second Lieut. Ed-
win v. Iiaaerty.
To b Flrat Lleutenanta Second Lleute.
Hazen L. lleyt, Jr. Irvln E. Burke, R.
8. Meaton. John J. Callahan. Richard
Frank Hagland, Howell, E. Adams,
Thomas ll. Darrow, Don c Minick
Charlie G. Brown. Jr., Joseph G, Shtaf.
far. A. G. Molar, Arthur A. llclelg.
To b Colonels Llsut.-Cols. Dewitt C.
Jones, Eugene vv, van u, i.uraa.
Flrat Lteut. (Merlin D. Jtownds to El Paae,
Tex . riiieemn wavajry uiviston, tor
CheenleaU Service Staclon.
Second IJeut. Qeorse W. Phllllna will ero.
reed in naitimor mr auty, titsn to nvs
Major Dennl H. 1'dall from hla present
duties. In Camp Grant, Illinois, for duty.
Following apolmmsnls announced: Tn he
3aptaina rirai i.ieuis. itenry u. ?ur
tten. Thomsa o. Booth. George II. Dean.
To he Flret Lieutenant! Second I.leuta.
John P. Deine. jnnn Henry Harding,
John Wtlllam Dunkelberger.
Capt. Joseph s. Wright, lid Division. It
nonnrsniy atacnarseo, .
Appointments announced: Te he Captslne,
First Llaula. Robert II, Martin, John
Mrlnnla Somers, .loaeph Iiae. Henry
Thatcher Hyde, Fred Sitonlng. Roy A.
Purdue, Arthur 11. Goodwin, Frederick
Roberts, William o. Slminnna.
To be First Lloutenanla, Second l.leute.
rcatvsrd a. Murony. unariea i.
Jay Sterling Kelley, John W. Megee.
Eugene J. Peyton. Ralph X. Hnannon,
Frederick Hill. John M. McMeanamy,
Walton Hell Strlngfellow, Albert Jour
neay, Charles C. Heard.
First I.lsut. O. C. Melons fr.m duty at
Camp Bowie. Texas, to Fort Clark,
Texaa, 30lh Cavalry, National Afmy.
Promotlena announced! To be CaHltif1"""
First Lleuts. R. B. Hard. B. D. Bmlth,
Herbert H. Forchelmer. to. 8. Uvrd.
Guy W. Williams. Thomas F. Iscksotv
and Conway W. Hunter and will report
to Camp Wheeler for duly: First Lleuts.
Charlea D. Bias, Elmer H. Ormthy and
will report tu Camp Wadsworth for
To be Majors Cspla. Samuel Srhiefor and
1 Roy Yf Smith and will report to Camp
Cody, New Mexico. '
Promoted to ba Captains Flrat Llaula. T.
.1. Blade. William I Dethea and Jamea
U Millar and will report to Lamp
Following appointments to grad of Sec
ond Lieutenant announced: Corporal u.
A. l.tlwak. Private George C. Vall,
Sergeant J.' H. Pike. Prlvete Gualav M.
Arandes, Sergeants K. C. Buchanan and
V. J. Brown. Private (first class) John
F. Kretaar, sergeante Harry ll. Vaughn
and A. K. French, Private K. E. Murptvy.
Corporal F. D. Gill, Privates Frank
Stanley and B. O. Stubbs, Bsrgeant C. R.
MIS. First Sugeant B. A. tfmlth.rBat
tallon BargeaM-maJor Carl E. Davidson.
Private Jamea M. Pendargeat, Bergeant
1 n Ufll Uelwetea I flrat fjlaaal K. W.
Dancy and W. H. Ward. Jr.. First Ser-
feant E. T. curtie. nergeeni .
inin, atattallAn RtrsMnl - ma lur A, A,
Hale, Wergeervta G. c. Downe, Kranjla
v. nudd and J. r. jsajnr, "m u n.
C Arrowamtlh and H. W. Jewell. Ser
geante Edgar C. Kennedy and H. J.
7...I. rn,n-rt I M. Ileeen. Seraeant H.
r. Kennaov. Flrat Bergeant Vl-lor 11.
Householder. Sergeants F. E. Winkler
and W. I, Rice. Supply Sergeant C. E.
Anderson. Berg-ants Robert Cspllnger.
E. K. Hillings and A. O. Wright. First
Sergeant Homes Hopkins, i.orporai ii
.1. Mannav. Hara-aanta B. V. Da Oil
1 E. Decker. Boyd Inman. D. M. Dwysr
na t. u Thirn Pleat Maraeanta C. J.
Raenlck and T. F. Johneon. Sergsants
Roy Thomas, Eustace Hmitn. t. ".ro"
wood, Haymona rierponi, hm-,
Brad Boylan and Oscar C. Chrlstanasn
First Sergaaat Arthur U Thelaa, Bar
r w Hmttth. William One. I. M
Redlker and I .T. Campbell, Regimental
Sergeant-major D. W. Mitchell. Bergeant
Charles B. Allen, Supply Bergeant B. H.
Amos, First sergeant ura f
TaBw Si.m-li .tAhn H. TSrav and Will
lam s'. Bryan. Corporal Edward s. Car-
mack. nergaani iaurence i .
nler and I C. Comnten. Flrat Sergeant
John D. Coagrov. Sergeant Edward M.
Dunham. Flrat Sergeante J. A. Hoffman
and J. J. McLaughlin. Sergeante U .1.
Mengaa and R. M. Miller. Corporal J. K.
Peller. Sergeant B. H. Bchulse. First
Sergeant J, J. Sheahan. Sergeante Will
lam H. Van Slekler and W. W. Weteon.
Flrat Sergeant H. J. While. Sergeant; c.
G. Wleman. R. O. Worrell. W. F. Mar
Ing. William Mylon, Henry H. Pegues
and R. F. 7arklns, Battalion Sergeant
tnsjor C. B. Mill. Sergeants Edgar B.
Ross. O W. Kobel. W. C. Gilchrist and
R X. Halsoy, Corporal U O. Graham.
Flrat Sergeant R. 1 Bute. Corporal John
p. Hlckam. Bergeant Frederick E. Frev
ert, Corporal K. U Davla. Sergaant R.
E. Kiddoo, Corporal R. M. Martin. Ser
geant Marlon C. Reld. Flrat Sergeant R.
A Jackaon, Corporal Frank Arbuckle,
Sergeants L. R. Han and C. R. Sullivan,
First Sergeant C. B. Champion. Ser-
Jresnts Harvey A. Calkin. Robert A.
)rum. Phil S. Gibson, W. M. Nooe and
J. W. Frailer. First Sergeant T. B.
Iney, Sergeant E. W. Ortell, First Ser
gesnt J. ft. Wlngate, Corporal H. B.
Steele. First Bergeants C. P. Ray and
William Nalhof, 6ergent Robert H.
Reed and Elmer O. Rngfi. Corporal G.
F. Rafferty. Be'geanta K J. Bourne. E.
D. Lenltcn. V R. Wilton. Frank T.
Weaver and F. E. Mo so. Corporal
Richard P. M-Doneld. sergeant Jamea
F. Rogers. First Sergeant Harry II.
Fleming, Sergeante Frank T. McQueen
and M. S. Hogan. Private (flrat claea)
Ralph W. Atkaaon. Sergeante Robert D.
Glenn and Roe R. Dunlap, Corporal
Hayden W. Shlvely, Bergeant Donovan
M. McSpaddan. First Bergeant W. B.
Edmonaon. Battalion Sergeant-major Jo
aanh V. T.jalaiir. Heraeanta R. C. Bladea.
E. D. Heylmun. J, A. Weede. R. .1.
Schroeder. Theodora Benclot. Jr., ana
1 r Upirttiur. T-rlvt (Bret rla)
William U Bradshaw, Sergeant C. t
Thnmaa P-trate (flrat claas) C. U Wale.
cerpnrala B. R. Jonea and Edward M.
Gregory. Hagtmente; nergeani-nvajor ii,
f naeaa Musician taernnd claea) A T.
Kirk. Flrat Sergeant W. M. Miller and
Simply Sergeant King I Parker. Ahnv
officer will repcrt tn Camp Doniphan,
Oklahoma, for duty
Appolatmente annour-ed: To be Captains
f iret Liruis .loeepn ienrman, ji.
Reman and D H. Wl'son. To be Flret
I.leutensrte Secord IJeut. L. W Shad
burna. Above officers will report to
Appointments from Offlcera Reaerve Corp
In National Guard: To he Flrat Lleiiten.
ant, Flrat Llut. Cole T Rand'.; to he
tecond Lieutenant. Second Lieut, Frank
Klaer. They win report to camp uoni
Honorable discharge of following an
nounced: cgpt. G, H. Stanton; First
Lleuts. A. G. Keehler and W. H. Prlfer;
Second Lltuta. B. J. Little and G. B.
Artnelntmant eif Rernnri l.leat. H T. Cle
ment aa Flrat Lieutenant announced. He
will report to Cams wadsworth,
OFFICKBB RESERVE CORI.
Following from duty et Morrlaon. Va . to
their proper organisations for dutyi
First Lieut, josepn J. aiarino, necone
Lleute. Edwin i zuoeck ano u. J
Appointment of John A. Anheler a Sec
ond Lieutenant announced. He win pro
ceed to Ptrburg. Va . camp I.
Following from dutv with Signal Corps nt
camp Greene, Xorth Carolina, to their
organisations ror nuiy; i pis. u. r
Crawford. L. F Johneon. O. D. Long
atreth. Harry V. .Melsner. E. C. Wood,
D. W. Carnantar. O. 1.. Wilson. Wilson
Wllllama, B. O. Chaplin. I., w noykln,
Edwin M. Lebarnn end Mark Andrews.
First I.lsut Frank M. Slanten from Camp
eUanler, Leon Springs. Tex , to Fort BUI,
Oklahoma, and Poat Field,
Capt. Philip II. Ellwood from hla present
outiea at r.eiiy rieia to v.,arnp -iravis.
Capt. C F Wlnahlp and First Lleuts Fred
A. .lonnaon ana Davia n, rierce 10 ac.
live, duty and report to Chief of Ord-
nanca ror duty
Resignation by Capt. Robert S. Fowler ac-
Following to Ellington Field for duty:
Second l.leute. A T. Archer. O. C. An-
chard, C B. Auatin. M. s. Beach. R. P
THanedlct. B. J Blrnbaum, Lealle D.
Rlanrhard, C. M Biles, Clarenc A
Braukman, W. T, llred). F. P. Brown
tee, G. W Byrne. W, E. Carrnon. Jr.. V
W. C'arveth, C. W Carvln, It. I. Clark,
1. D. Corflng, John Comly, Harold Com
pere, I- L Consolloy, R. R. Cooper, C. .1
Colvllle. It. C. IMgglns. W. K. Dodge, E.
T Dugger. H. C. Edler. F D. Fagg, Jr .
W. II. Fillmore, G. II. Fox. H. D. Frasee.
I), II Gllmore. G J Oolonshr, Charles
Graham. Jr., H. A. Hall, E, .1. Halloran,
G E, Hodlund. II. E. Irish, B. M. .Tones.
Jamas W. Junkln, A. M. Kennedy, R D.
Knapp, William Krohn. II. It 1-ewl..
(I, T. Yvwnsberry Robert Martin, .1
.1. Mathewe, E. .V. May, Mllu Mr.
Cune, L. W McDevltt, H. .1, Mo
I.ellan. L r. Me'.lor, A. II Motcall, A A
Montague, W. E Moore. J. It. Moran, c.
IV. Murray. W, B. Mvor. A. W, Nelb. It
K. Nee. ma. C A. Olaen. W, F Ordwav,
E. V. Page, B. It Patterson, Paul Pern
berthy, Murphy Found, s, K. Price. O, A.
Raardnn, O, O. Rellly. J. W Rnberte. K.
c. Rowler. Jr., K. F. Sehrleber. O. P.
Sharkey, II. II Sibley, E. B. Smith, If
K Smith. P. P. flmlth. D I Stoddard.
At. H. Stoddard. 11 J Tanner, II, H,
Thome, Ik G, M. Tlmpeon, David K
Trotter. l. A. Vlekery, Howe Walker. K.
S. Wallace. K. C. Warren. C F Watson.
J. O. Webstsr, E. II, Young, J. R. Zleaen.
Seonnd Lieut Cevlo 1. Blleo to Garden
city. i I . tor duty
Second lieut, II. R. Kli'eugh and W J
juoran, jr to uaiias, lex , ror duty.
Second Lieut. H X. Carlevn to Washing-
ton. D. C, chief elrnel officer, for dutv
Flret IJeut. O. C Kerr to Fairfield, Ohio,
Wilbur Wright Field, for duty.
Appointments announced! Second Lieut.
.1. II. McFadden. Jr.. to arada of Flrat
Lieutenant: Private Earl F. Weaver aa
Second I Lieutenant and will report to
Chief Signal Officer! Glenn W Payne
aa second Lieutenant and will report to
unrer nignai unicer.
Second Lieut. Harold TV Hawk, frem El
llngton Field to Scot Field.'
Second Lleute. T. O. Cannon. Kenneth M
Davis, A. M. Denney and Solomon B,
Ebert ar to participate in aerial Bights
First I.lsut. wil am n. K erer. from
Waahlngton. D. C. to Wilbur Wright
Kltld for duly.
Capt. H. D. Oagood and First Lltul, C O
Judaon honorably dlacharged.
Capt. Charles C. Osborn, frem Csmp Keen-
ery Tsylor to Remount Depot lor duty,
Capt. James aWDeughsrty, (ram Rtmount
Depot, Camp Zacharr Taylor, and to
conimandlng General for duty.
Capt. E. A. Hlldreth td to active duty, te
Camp Lee, Virginia.
From Camp Greenleaf tn Hohoksn for
dutyi Cepl. George E. Atwood. Flral
I. lsut. S. J. II. Davis. H. H. Goldberg,
O. W, Hall. .1. 11. Hatfield, H. D. Law,
I I. D. MacGllllvray, .1. II. Somen, J. A.
Sleet and It, R. Mmllh.
Frifm Camp Greenleaf to ramps tn
dicated: Capt. Thomas A. Hogan,
Camp Jackson: First Lieut. Ralph L.
Engle and John F. Urant. Camp Meade.
Appointments of Flrat Lletila. .7. P. Her
per and William A. Heckard to grade
of Major announced,
Appointments of following First Lieuten
ants to grade of Captain announced:
J. H. Held, II. D. Rand, Ormsby Kesel
ring, P. 8. Horner, I. W. Bentley, F,
A. Clear, W. II. Estea, E. R. Lodge,
C. Van Wyc.k, O. A. Couplln. J. P.
Collins, F, M. Huson. D. A. Proctor,
F t. Slse'.an, C.hnrlee Bteffens. D. D.
i Godwin. W. A. Spsnce, L F. Strlrkler,
.1. A jnnnson, a. anosrson, ..,!
Tipton, Cheater M. Meares, K. J. Hill,
M. 1. Merrltt. Thorrras F. Montgomery,
H. F, Gravelle. L X. Hoopman and J.
From duty as divisional gae officers to
commanding Generals of campa apect.
lied! Majors F. It. Haley. Camp Dili
Arthur W, Yale. Camp Kearny: Edgar
s. Llnthlcum. Camp Meade; vjpis. .i.
X. llojce, Camp Devena. Henry -.
Woltnian. Camp Dodge; Rutherford B.
I,..., ramn Furtiton. F. L. Bens.
Camp' Gordon: .1 H. Sweeney. Camp
Grant: Lee A. Stone, camp Jiancoca;
.1. M. Blrnl. camp jackaon; .-. v.
Pontius. Camp Iwis; r. r. npregu.
Cnmp Logan; A. A. Gossow, Camp
Pike; Chelae C. Pratt, Camp Whosler:
Francis B. Furman. Camp Beauregard:
V. B Ollplr. Camp Howie: Asa L.
Itlckok. Camp t'odyi F. P. Nevlue.
Camp Cuatar: Olbaon Bmlth. Camp
Devens: William Dane. Camp Doni
phan: William 8. Long. Cimp Fremont!
I.amher Roaenbaum. K. .. Singleton.
C. C. Wehn, I E. KeUey. A. F.
Kreelxe, Camn Greene; Thomas H.
Oreen, Camp Kearny: George 8. Till
man, Camp McClellan: Joseph I.eldy,
Camp Bevler: James A. Work. Cunt
Shelby: O. O. Alexander. Camp Sheri
dan: A. J. Bralnard. Camp Sherman: I,.
J. Eflrd. Cemp Zachtry Taylor; Daniel
Grant, Camp Travis; Herbert 8. Snyder.
Appointment of the following First IJeuten
ante aa Cap:alna announced : R. T. Jonee.
P. E. Johnson. W. P. Guy. R. 8. Hedges.
W. L. Hoffmsn. K A. Florentine, H J.
Schott. G, W. Swllt. H. C. Schnel , E. R.
Schmidt, W. 11. Porter, R. K. Plunkett,
R. II Crghurn. L. H Moers. C. B.
Matthewe. II tl. Oodfrey. C. H Moselv.
W. D. Gatea. K. tl. jiscrariana.
McMonagle. W. S. Irfing. M. H. l-Inden.
Ray Xeleon lwle. C. D. Kellam. H. II.
Thomp.on. T. E. P. hmb,,r'n.;.tV
Brunette. W. S. Conn, F. J. A. ""
F F. Brthmalr. D. D. Oak. John Mil
ler. R. T. Merrill.
Appointment of following 'Vllti es
Majors announced: W. H. Breuer. B. C.
O. Krenlng. David Dale. Thoma Pat
rick Foley, Alpha E. Rockey. B. J.
Flrat Lieut. Edward J. TOTialen to active
duty at Camp Upton. ...,
Flrat Ueut. Hotac A. Bhepherd to active
.a.. . a TL'a ml sv
Following offlctrs to Camp P 'X,a1?'Z;
First Lleuts. J. E. Clark. C. R. Cuttc-
rld. R. A. urr. jimn
ward. .1. W. Pendleton. .......
Flrat Ueut. R. H. Armstrong to aciw.
. . . r tflat.aa-i1aajf
Green to jacason "
Major X. M. Owenaby from Cemp Green-
F.,r,t7.umAl.xYr,der H. McRa. snd A
S. Sandler to Camp Greenleaf tor in-
Capt. A. I.' Well to Camp Beauregard.
..Tv. -. 1 . .niiiMa camn Green-
t irst irfsuv. .... i.
Cap" W. H Bailey to active duly. New
York. Rockefeller lnetltute for Medical
Reoeirch. for Inatruetlon
WZZr T,krCoVnVirMlc.1 Coir....
and Dexter H.Wltte. from t amp Green-
If ar to wuoiiiiiuui
M!J". H. W. I-e , S;"'Va.rB.
LOUIS, aa aoeirai..
eral'a office. .
Major Frank Sugga. from camp ie v
tiAiiri F." r.lmmerman. from. Camp
v.- 0i,,..n,v r-avairv
Bheibv to rori niise,
. . . . . . .,
Cepl I W.' W. Rlchsrdaon. from Camp
Doniphan to Camp. Cuatar. ....
First Lleutenanta assignee. c 'i"
Wh.'.r.r:" Pre." MeanaT-Xewport New.:
Cept. F. W. Bancroft to camp eau iu.
duty in hospital. ...
Major n It Konnon, from Camp Iee to
ana oenep - - - ... .
t atnP Iiencnrn.
w . v. , . .. . -r v TMm. from Camp
Dodgi to 'commending General for duty.
Cent. A. S Fleming, from uty aviation
V.VtMn. ttnlv.rsitv of Mlnre.M. lo
training echool, Overland Building, for
Capt. W .1 Otis, from Camp MCLi.i.an to
Flret Lieut. Miirdork Bannister, from
Camp Kelly to Mlneola, llaxelhurat
Capt (I.org A. Blake'. from Ocver-i-
ment Hospital nr ir. ..-.!..
r-tr.t ineut. P r Haslltt. from Camp
Gordon to Phlladslphla. Dr. Gwllym G
Davla. 1114 Spruce street, for instruc.
ft... r i.. i--,rrin B. Msves. from duty
wl'h Hospital Train No. 1, Hoboken, to
Fort Bherlien. ., .,
Flret. l.leut. T.. A. Christen honorably dls
FlrstrKeut. E R. O'Connell from hoe
Pltal dutla at Camp Dick to his or
1 An ftim a,i,v.
ri.., t.i..,i ' w C. Slusher from Oenral
Hospital No. I, Fort Mcllenrs. to Camp
Capt. Frederlek l.'idwlg from Army Md-
ICXl BCnOOl, eniTign'n, u. - "'
Zone and Tanama Citnal Department,
C.vpf. l.eatfr Adame from Panama Canal
Zone to Lamp upon
First Lieut -I. F Holden from Genera
Ilnepvtai No. ft. Fort sinpnerson.
' Boston, Harvard Graduate School
art... T.ll-.r,anf a tranaferred' T O
Darhv and. W. C. Welburn from "mp
ireemsar to ..mi.
ber to Csmp Oreeniear.
llowlttg from places epclnd tn (.arap
Travis: cpt. T I'. Doole, Corpus
Chrlall: First Lieut W. M l'Mlllpe.
Fort Rlley! Csp. Emll O. Fleke. First
LleittS. Alvin B, -jeiuen. ,'"'
Oburesv. W.' H. Hsdawav. ,1 G Hall,
IV. It. 'Llmbaugh and C. K. Verdler.
First Lieut R. L Weetover from v'atnp
Devene to Camp Greenleaf for Isstruc-
Tlrst Lieut. Thurman C. Flrey to Camp
A A. Humphreys for duty.
Second Lieut .Ismee C. Qulnlan relieved
from pressnt ounce ana wm rruc-.u
... -.rnifa lfhiiionlne Department.
Jlealgnatton hv tw-cond Lieut, John F.
DINNER GIVEN JUDGE GARVIN.
Poor Hundred Honor President
Wilson's Herent Appointee.
Friends and associates of Judge Ed
win I.. Garvin of the United Btates Dis
trict Court gave a compllmentsry dinner
to hint last night in the Hotel llosacrt.
Brooklyn. Covers were laid for 4 00.
Former Justice Luxe i. tvinpieion wss
toaatnintter. Melville France, unneo
States Attorney, Judge Martin T. Man
ton, Justice Frederick Kernnohan, Hub
ert II. Wilson and the Rev Frederick T.
Shannon spoke. Judge Garvin was ap
pointed recently by l'rrtldent Wilton.
rrsTi ni.TMltrcn 1147
BRYAN L. KENNELLY
Reel Kittle Rroker. Apprslser sod Aortloneer.
186 Broadway. Telephone 1M7 Cortland!,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE QUEENS.
S,:S0--llave Just rnmpleted beautiful I
room house, every nvnunrn vmprnvemeni,
nini irtilOO. In the heart nt Jamaica. Must
ho aold Ihla week, Thla place la worth
11.000; open Sunday 11. II. MVEI'.T, 3:4
Fulton Etreet, jsmair
WESTCHESTER HEAL ESTATE.
Ntarby Concscllcut Propartlts. Imuran
CONNECTICUT REAL ESTATE.
'"vtnM s& arrea. house els room, barn
hin-arv. (live c-enery. flatting and hunting.
good summer home or ar around price
ILBM'sHKII ROOMS TO LET,
V1.-WI.V furnished house, every ronvent
ence; rooms single or en suite, gentlemen
only; highest references eichanged; exclu
sive neighborhood: I20.no psr month sad
upward, ss n. tuva sv.
v n. Kins
F rat I.iautenanis ""'" Vi c Army
to actlv duty. W-sshlngton D. C., Army
Medical School, for Instructions. U u
De I Rosa to San Juan, P. R-. B- V'
..r . .wm- . r.,-. If Farmer 10
REALTY MEN SHOW
HOW TO SELL BOMDSf
Xothln? Like a Paltry MUlloi' H
Dollars "Worries Them
They Get It.
jtiis is a nonce to every sut-conr-i ?s
mil tee trying- lo sell Liberty bongs t II' .1
you find that your snlrs are not going
fast enough and you need a million,!!
or two dollars more in a nurry, mis
for the members of the Jteal Relate"
Board f N'ew Tork and they will tfx ;
you up. They can do It, for they pro4 a';
it yesterday, when in anoui nve mute.
iitea time. Ihev sent their own total t. 1
of subscription up to 1, 101,700. This), 1
'is the way It happened.
The real estate men had been .work
ing for an even ten aas on tha.I-r!-' I
mft., t . ., mm,A ll.... V. (l.alw. MWVflV 1
on 'having a full million dollars' worth ,
of su-btcrlpttonn by noon time yeater- jl
day, when they were all invitM w at
tend a luncheon at the Heal Estate'
rioard rooms given by Alfred K. Marling,
their chairman. Now, when the meet
Ing before the luncheon waa called tt
order, captains of the various tjommlt
tee wero ssked tn ninke their reports;
everybody expecting that the total of
17111,000 previously reported wonld be
nent well over the million dollar mark,
and there were loud cheers when Charlea
ft. Lyons and F. It. Wood reported III..
60 for their committee. Robert It.
Rlmon reported ITS, 000. Douglas Blll
innn nnd A. II. Ashforth reported 14.'
000 and A. Rene Moen reported III, 010.
Then there were a great many ll.Olt, .
15.000 nnd 15,000 subscription; ah- '
notinced, hut when the' total was added
It was found that they still were short
about 11.1.000 of the amount nerMsary
to put them over the million mark.
Of course the disappointment wee
great nnd during all the lime lurepce'
McOulre. president of the Real Batata
Hoard, and Col. II. E. Thomason 'ware
delivering short addresses filled, with'
fire and patriotism, everybody ws
thinking, "How the deuce can we raise
that 115.000 in a hurry?"
Mr. McGutre supplied the answer,
.lust as Mr. Marling was about to lit
vlte everybody to luncheon the president
of the board sprung one of the, little?.
surprises on the audience that be 1st
working nightly In the theatres aronna,
N'ew Torki "I want to sea the total
subscription go over a million dollars
before the meeting closes." he said, "ancj
1 will start the ball by aucrlb!ng
12,000 for the Real Estate Board. Now
who Is next!"
Everybody In the room wanted to sub
scribe at once. Daniel H. Freedman,
who already hsd subscribed 111.001,
gave 15,000 more, and Mr. McOulre
added 11.000 of his own. Five thousand
dollar subscriptions came In rapid order
from Mr. Marling, Mr. Simon and Aaron
Kahlnowltt. Others subscribed $100,
11,000 and I2.Q0O. Then Joseph P. Day
came In nnd ndded ID, 000 more. Still
the total was not enough to carry It over
the mark and Mr. Freedman announced
that If the other members of the board
would run it up to IJ95.000 he would
give (5,000 more, making 120,000 In all
In his nnme. Ha was taken at his word.
K. V. Blake subscribed 110.000 for Will
iam A. White ft Sons, Clarence H. Ram
say 12,000 and Cammann, Voorhees ft
Floyd 11.000. which with Mr. Freedmsn's
15,000 made up the first million. It was
about the wildest five minutes that tha
Head instate Board has ever seen.
Then everybody went to luncheon and
while the chicken salad was being dis
posed of Robert E. Dowllng called up oa
the telephone to say that he had a sub
scription for 1100,000 from his City In
Some of the Interesting facts told by
Mr Marling hsd to do with the size and
number of subscriptions. He waa par
ticularly proud of the 173 aubscrW'ona
for $50 and 114 for 1100 bonds. The
1200,000 subscription of the Bond ft
Mortgage Guarantee Company still Is
the largest amount received. Mr. Mar
ling urged the workers to even greater
efTort and they In turn promised him hla
second million dollars In Jig time.
UTILITIES DOING THEIR BIT.
Henry I.. Jloherty Says Public Dees
"Vol Appreciate II.
Henry I,. Doherty. the public utility
magnate, declared yeslerdsv that the
people do not appreciate the Important
part the -uhla service companies are
playing In the prosecution of ths gen
eral wsr programme and that any cur
tailment of their services would at onoe
result In a slowing down of tha war
preparations. Mr Doherty says:
"The Government Is demanding of ths
I.tibllc utility companies of the United
States that they Increase their power
facilities, the facilities to supply the
by-products from artificial gas manu
facture so essential to our munition in
dustry, and that ectrlc railway facili
ties bn Increased to meet the tremendous
demand being made upon them for
transportation. To do these things re
qulres capita). Th demands of the
Government on the utilities must oa
and win be met. The capital furnished
utility companies and used by them In
meeiUni- the demands of the Govern
ment toward war pre-paratlon nnd war
prosecution It ns Important materially
aa anv other capital being used In the
United Htaten to-day."
Pennsylvania Crude Oil Market.
On. Citt, !'., April 15 Credit bal
ances 14 Huns SI, 033 ! average 76,431.
Shipments 114,64, average 51,600.
HELP WANTED MALE.
A Urge reel estate oSIc desires In obtain
the services of an exp-u-lencod men tn take
ibargn of its propertlea. Must, lie en
rieoitlve and thoroughly acquainted with
mee-hsnlcal repslr, department orders and
violations. Application- from men at
lrsenr employed In this rapacity treated
(DOtldcotlally. u racrllect opportunity
for rtsht man. R , bot 1P9 Sun ufnee.
Salsamsn, with rest estate, adding, ma
chine c- tvpewriter eip-rlnce.
COMBS MOTOR CO..
1100 Connecticut Ave. N. VV.,
wainington, o. c.
ni.CCTKICAI, Kngtneer, who haa been
n change of power house and high tension
vorU. mu-.t also have a general knowlaite
of mechanlra. aged IS to 40, for electrical
alloys plant. Address, giving age. refer
ences, eiperlence and sslarv expects,!.
AliVANCKMENT, Room !:!, to Eaat 4nd
St., New York.
SALES PROMOTION MEN WANTED
Bv manufacturer of nationally known
high-tlass bJlldlng equipment to enter
class for technical road training and
qualify for regular enlea positions. Fay
begins Immediately. Offers rtcellent ad
vancement for men of good education not
eubject to military service, (live rfr
enio and vv rile for full particular to IRO.V,
boa 41 jiun office.
SUPERINTENDENT lasststantl of alar
trical alleys plant, must he a raeabl'. .1
esecutlve, It tn 40 years of age, with e- .',
perlenc In handling men and thorourhv
mechanical knowledge. Advancement for'
right party Anoress, giving age, rerer
encee. ewerlenro and aaic.'v espected.
I'ltOtlOTIOV. Room 137, Ksst 4:nd
St . New Tt
WANTKIV Rr rapor manufacturers
salesmen eiperlencod tn manufacture of
surface costs 1 tinted papers, cardboard
and 'over papira. Address 11. (I, box 71
WANTED Mlllvv rights vd machine re
rair men. Plant located In s good. city
wnn nrsi riaaa nvina ronuvwons Aaareae
E, C, Box Ul Bun oHlca.