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Trading Affected Apartments,
Tiusincss Buildings and
Oppriitors and Others Aro raid
Higher Prices Many Build
ings Are Leased.
Felling In Ihc real estate market yes
lenlay affected many kinds of realty
nd reached Into a number of sections.
Apartments, a business building and
srveral tenements and dwelling wir
rold. and a number ot buildings were
taken on lone leases (or new uses.
Several ot the transactions announced
were resale nt advance above pre
vious celling prices. The mortgagor ot
the Arlington Court apartment on Wash
ington Heights who several months ago
ws forced to protect his Interest In the
auction market by taking over the prop,
erty has resold It to n. realty company.
A corner on. Mornlntrsldci avenue has
been resold by operators after an own
ership ot several weeks. A building In
the chemical district was purchased by
peculators who aro understood to have
practically resold It. presumably m a
II iru re above the price which they paid.
It had been long held by the owners,
leasing was notable by the number ot
buildings which were taken tor long
terms and tor warohouse purposes.
Arlington Court, at 640 and 542 West
7th street has been purchased by the
Charles dalewskl Company, from Will
Urn N'. Carpenter, ot Wfnterhaven, Fla.
The Arlington Court Is a bIx story eleva
tor structure, on plot TSxlOO, located
100 (eet east ot Broadway. It has been
held at 1150.000.
Mr. Carpenter, as plaintiff, took the
rroperty over in foreclosure proceedings
list January In an action against the
Columbia Heights Realty Company and
others. The auction price was $132,821.
Ennls A Slnnott have taken a profit
cn tho two nve story apartment houses
at the south corner of Mornlngslde ave
nue Bast and USth street which they
bought recently. The property was sold
yesterday by the operators to a client
ot John II. Davison. The houses were
held In the market at (80,000. They
front 76 feet on the avenue and 100
test on the street.
A property In the chemical trade dis
trict long held by George It. lUchardson
and others was purchased by 'Javld Lion
and William D. Ktlpatrlck. The deal In
volves the four story and loft building
at 107 John street on lot 20.9x86 Ir
regular, located bttween Cliff nnd Pearl
streets. This Is the first sale of the
property In fifty-three years. B. A.
Tredwell was the broker. Negotiations
are reported practically completed for
the resale of the property.
KAST 148D 8TRHET Williamson A
Bryan have sold for the estate of
Siegfried Owner, 418 'Bast 143d
street, a four atory and basement
dwelling, on a- lot 15x100,- near Willis
avenue, to Nora Bagan, the tenant.
The selling family acquired the prop
erty In foreclosure a fe year ago.
ARDBN STREET Frederick Brown
hits bought from a client of Leon B.
Ginaburg 17 Arden at-eet. a five story
flat, on a plot 37x110. near the Dyok
man street subway station.
has rold to Stephen II. Jackson 1490
Lexington avenue, a five story fiat on
a lot 25xJ0. adjoining the northwest
corner ot Ninety-sixth street.
& Company have aold for the Clryl
Holding "Corporation 228 East Eight
ieth street, a nix story tenement, with
stores, on a lot 28.4x102.2.
The four story and basement stone
dwelling at 848 Second street, near Pros
pect Park We', built by ex-Senator
Reynolds about fifteen years ago and
occupied by him until four years ago.
has been sold to Mrs. Dixie Allan of
Manhattan for $11,000. The house Is
one ot a row which Mr. Reynolds built
when that neighborhood was sparsely
nettled. Some time ego the property
was acquired by the Lawyers Mortgage
Company to forestall foreclosure pro
ceedings. The sale to Airs. Allen was
negotiated by Henry Plerson ft Co.
The three story business property at
188 Grand street has been sold by A.
linger to Carol C. Dolpker for Invest
ment. The property Is situated In Una
of the proposed Grand street ferry Im
provement. George Williamson has sold the vacant
plot on Sterling place, between Under
bill and Washington avenues, measuring
75x130 feet, through A. Peace & Son to
a client for Investment.
Walter H. Ross and C, C. Gretslnger
rave sold for James Boyd, Jr., the semi
detached house with garage at 434 Sen
fltor street, on plot 40x120, to a client
for occupancy.
It. J. tffori haa sold for Otto and
Cecelia Schllcht the two family brick
dwelling, on a lot 30x100, at 1439 Six
tieth street.
The Alco Building Company has sold
the one family semi-detached brick
dwelling, with garage, at 201S Sixty
first street., to Barnett Kantor.
John K. Sullivan has sold the one
family brick house at (33 Seventy-fourth
street to E. J. Harding.
Hnnnle Manse, the residence of Charles
13 Finlay nt Kensington, Oreat Neck,
i. I. h,is been bought by Dr. George II.
Dowsey Surrounding the house, which
is of Colonial design, are three acres of
parked land with numerous outbuildings.
The property was held at $125,000. Mr.
Finlay will build a new home for himself
it Kensington.
Part of the August fitumpp property
rn Sherman avenue and Fort place, fit.
'forge. Staten Island, has been bought
'J Carl F. Grleahaber. It has a frontage
f 1 50 feet on Sherman avenue and a
depth of 112 feet along the private lane
whuii leads to Mr. Orieshabor's house,
w nlcli abuts.
The American Felt Company has
taught four houses at Plcton, adjoining
Hahway, N. J., from the M. II. ft A.
Wo.fo Realty Company. The houses are
"r the Felt Company's plant. The
rues WCre needed to accommodate the
f n' ie of new employees.
it's T Parkor. who now resides at
' West Seventy-first street, I the buyer
'' ti.e four atory American unsenient
ng at IIS West Seventy-fourth
' 'i ' the aalo of which by Louis R,
f . reported In these columns last
A like story store and loft building,
"i,1?1 nr a.lsao.a. Is to b erected at
1991 Broadway, according to plana filed
to-day by the 1991 Broadway Corpora
tion, WhlCh nrnlllri.fi h ranrv
cenlly from the Broadway and Slxty-
""""" oireei corporation. I . llausle
designed the building, which will cost
$40,000, An old frame structure now
occupies the site.
Post ft McCord have received the gen
eral contract for the construction of
barracks for the Navy Department along
the waterfront from Sixty-ninth to
Elghty-slxth street, In the Bay Ridge
Park section of Brooklyn. The Improve
ment calls for the construction of more
than 100 frame structures, north and
south ot the Crescent Athletic Club prop
erty, and will cost $1,371,800. The Bu
reau of Yards and Barracks of the Navy
Department awarded the contract.
Plckslay ft Co.. Jewellers, at 870 Fifth
avenue, have rented the southerly store
In 733 Fifth avenue, northeast corner ot
Fifty-sixth street, tor a period ot about
ten years. The transaction was nego
tiated by N. H. Gregory, who recently
leased the former establishment of
Plckslay ft Co. to Mitson Aubry.
Several Structures Token for New
Pease ft F.lllman have leased for the
estate of George Maculloch Miller, rep
resented by Cross A Brown as agents,
to Mrs. Hunter Wilson. E. Lane Lof
gren and Caroline M. Rush for a term
the dwelling at 270 Madison avenue,
between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth
streets, for alteration Into stores And
Henry Brady has leased the six story
building at 231 West Broadway for a
term of years to the Adriatic Warehouse
The Cross ft Brown" Company haa
leased the store and basement at 170
West Broadway, 33 and 25 Worth street
to Brocklehurst A Potter Company, as a
long dlstanoe automobile trucking depot;
the first loft to the Atlas Specialty
Company; at 474 Broadway, first loft
to the West End Lace and Embroidery
Cbmpany; building at 629 and 31
East Sixteenth street to the Neptune
Forwarding Company; at 30 East
Forty-second street, space on the third
floor to Albert C. Frost; at 347-249 West
Thirty-sixth street, fourth floor to Jacob
Monsky, at a rental of $9,000 for a
term of years; nt 1838 Broadway, store
to Westcott Motor Car Company; at
208 West Seventy-seventh street, build
ing to Frank Barber: at 108-110 Duane
street, store, basement and sub-basement.
15,000 feet, to Tavarea-Kalb Company,
at 16,000; at 583-534 Broadway, tenth
loft to N. P, Trabulal and at 136 Cham
bers street, third loft to Harding ft Co.
The Helvetia Realty Company and
Ernest laetln. as trustee, have leased to
Brown's Buffet Lunch, .represented by
Abraham J. Halprln, the building at 115
West Third street for a period of twenty
one years. The .tenant will demolish
the existing building and will erect a
store building on the lot.
Cushman ft Wakefield have leased a
large suite of offices in 101 Park avenue
to the Dorr Company, engineers. Ewlng,
Bacon ft Henry represented the lessors
tn the transactions.
William A. White ft Rons have leased
to George B. Larson offices In the Walt
Street Exchange Building, and to Martin
Cook the store and basement at 48
Hudson street. v
Bastlne ft Co. hare leased space at
112 East Nineteenth street to Stein
berger ft Kallaher; the rear of the
fourth floor at IS West Twenty-sixth
street to Morris Roth for a term ot
years, and the basement store at 42
Lexington avenue .to A. F. Goldsmith.
F. J. Whlton hss leased the third loft
at 31 Maiden Lane to D.Orubler for
a term of years. This completes the
leasing of this building.
Douglas L. Elllman ft Co. have leased
141 EaBt Fifty-second street, a three
story private house, tor E. J, Tyler to
Miss Augusta Wolf.
Douglas L. Elllman ft Co. and W.
Albert Pease have leased an apartment
of sixteen rooms and five baths at 640
Park avenue for Stephen C. Mlllett to
Arthur A. Houghton, president of the
Corning Glass Works at Corning, N. Y.
Also an apartment In 116 East Flfty
clghth street to Mrs..J!llls M. TreAt; Bn
apartment In 108 East Eighty-second
street for Henry R. Kuhnhardt, Jr., to
Mis. Eva Bucklnham, and an apartment
In 27 East Sixty-second street for Harris
ft Vaughan to Mrs. It. W. Hawkesworth.
Goodwin ft Goodwin have rented
npartments In Albert Court, at 309 West
Ninety-third street, to Helen M. Ferree;
In the Newlngton, at 330 West Ninety
fifth street, to David S. Bkaats, George
A. Priest and Harry B. Logan; tn La,
Casa Blanco, 55 East Seventy-sixth
street, to Miss Jessie T. Smith and Mrs.
Louise Cleavetand ; In Richmond Court,
3915 Broadway to Samuel Sloman and
Thomas F. O'Rourke; In the Alfredo,
3876 Broadway, to Herman D. Sllleck;
In Dacona Hull. 620 West 122d street,
to David V. Stratton and David E, Feid
enhelmer; In the Greylock, 371 West
116th street, to Daniel C. Beerman ; In
the Klmcland, 523 West 187th street, to
Moses Adels; In the Talladega, 61 Ham.
llton plnce, to Henry O. Dallwlg; at 716
West 180th street, to James W. Larkln ;
at 149 Lenox avenue, to Samuel Rubin;
at 488 Bt. Nicholas avenue, to Mrs. Alice
M. Balchen.
Douglas L. Elllman ft Co. have leased
a large apartment at 240 Park avenue,
corner of Flfty-flrst street, to Mrs. Will
iam G. Rockefeller, for her. daughter-in-law,
Mrs. William A. Rockefeller; also
an apartment at 969 Park avenue to F.
Huntington Babcock; In 116 East Fifty
eighth street to Airs. George Stevens.
The Lewis H. May Company has
leased at Far Rockaway, L. I., for John
Cooney, a cottage on Crescent street, to
Bernard Goldstein; for F. W. Elder, a
cottage on Clinton street to Stein A
Hrozner; for Louis Meyer, o cottage on
Channel avenue to M. Kaahowltx ; at
Cedarhurst, U I., for Fred Wiley, a
cottage on Washington avenue to I.
Itabluowlti ; for P. Ward, a cottage on
Grove street to II. Nealy ; for James R.
Rowe, a cottage on Mulry lano to 6. E.
Block ; for M. Rellly, a cottage on Lo
cust avenue to Edward A. Carter; for
M. O'.Meara, a cottage on Washington
avenue to W. F. Fltselmmont.
The Cross ft Brown Company negoti
ated the sale for the Hosch Magneto
Company to the Wright-Martin Aircraft
Corporation of Its factory and plant at
Plalnfleld, N. J., reported recently.
ST. J.AWPIENCS AV, a w cor Tremnnt av,
one etery brlek rarase. 0.0i07.fl Tie
bout av Co, Inc. i F rorda, 1419 Parker
t, president, owner; H O Stelnmeti.
1007 E 180th at, srchlUot; cost. ,110,000
I14TII ST, 1S4 W, to a nve tory and bsse.
tnent dwelling C Bchleelnger, 517 Eds,
rotnne v, owner; E II Chtsttrsmltb,
itl Woodruff av. architects cost,. II. 000
154TH ST. IIS. 1:7 W. and Ulth at. Ill
Ill W, to two one story stores fl Lech
man and A Goldsmith, 36 Nassau at,
ouners. nuehman A Knhn, It W 45th
st, architects? cost IIS.000
riy Joi,eph I Day.
5ITH BT, 612 W. s . 100 w 10th av, ttx
100.1. 1 aty tnt it H Jsckson art Julius
Frlsdman l all due, 11,110.11: tasea,
Oe. IIOOi pr rats tULOOO; to the plain
tiff (or i'. ....110,111
(South of Fourteenth street,)
I9J?K.15K,iJ STi w i n Cherry at.
40x11,4 BenJ Levy to Daild D Ceaisl.
crwn P'i Bklyn; atty, David Butter,
140 llwsr 11
C,JF!nI T- w cr l'elham st. Jl.lt
J Donald B Abbott, ref. to Central
En,'.n Trust Co of N Y, 10 llwsy; attys.
ylll!Z.Jl.1 T- nwy $30.0M
. iPP BT- n a. 118.10 w Montgomery
st, 14.7x100 Maurice Dlorh, ref, to Henry
Jones, J0J W Ttd st; atty, A It Mlttle.
mann, 147 Madison av 118,000
Kast Side.
(East of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
and 110th streets.)
MADISON AV, 7TLTI0, 40x10 Imc F
Ituuelt, rtf, to Albert H Stone, Worces
ter, Mass, mtg 1148.000; attss, Alter .
. .fjeuthtan, ll Wall at ...Ili.ooo
7ITM fT, tiO E, lOxlOi.t. mtg ItJ.oOO;
101th at, n a. Ill w Par v. 1TU00.11,
mtg 17,000 Pauline Schtmmer to Alice
flchlmmer, 400 W Hid st; atty, Cries
. Bchlmmer. too Dwsy $100
LEXINGTON AV, 1110, w a 11x10 Alice
Klein to Stephen II Jackson. Ill W Hist
mtg 111,100 1100
PrlK AV, s w cor 107th st. ti.llxls.S
Jos Ullman, ref, to Asnes Stewart. 45
Whitney v, Klmhurst, L I; stirs, Dean,
T ft H, 240 Bway................ll.000
W ttt Side.
(West ot rifth avenue, between Fourteenth
and 110th streets.)
4ITII ST. IOI-10I W, 10x100.1 Aaron
Cohen, I E 117th at, to Florence I Lud
low. III! Sway, mtg 111. Ill 91
61ST ST, Ml W. 10x101.1 John Morrow
to Borah A Menalr. HI W list st, mtg
$10,000; atrs, Baiter ft S, 110 Nassau st.ll
IITII ST. n s. 171 w Central Park West,
lJx4 block Mary T nennard, truj. to J
Townsend Rennsrd and ano, Locust, Val
ley, L I; atty, John C nennard, 18 Dey
at 1
(Msnhattsn Island, north of UOth street )
114T1I ST. 101-110 E, 41,1x100.4 Alfred
Itahn to 100 W lUd St Corpn, 135
Uwari atty, S H Oolillng, lit 13way..l
lilTII BT, a s, lll.s td av, ll.6xll.ll
tlleel llealty Co, Inc. to Farmers Losn A
Trust Co, 21 W'illlam at, trustee Arnold
Blum. Jr; attys, Oeller, R ft II. 11 Ex
change pi,.., $1
1IIT11 ST, n . 441.7 e Ith av, 13 Ix0l.ll
Emma Lovln to Thomas It Marsh, 154
W Hth st, mtg 113,000; atty, T U Co.
174 Dw$y,e ell
BT NICHOLAS) ' AV w" 's! 'i'o'.Vo' V "iVlth at.
40.8x11.1 Annie Miller to John White,
$0 W 11th st, mtg $10,000; atty. Wm K
levln, 17 Bwey II
HIT!! BT, s s, ISO. I e Amsterdam av,
1.1 1x100 Sara Campbell to Amy n
fUearns. II E 4th st, mtg $1,000; atty.
B B Rabell, II Park Row 1100
(Borongh of The Bronx.)
NEWMAN AV. w s. 100 s O'Brien av. lOx
111.6 Psdlna Really Corpn tn Lena
Ilafgsih. 101 S 7 1st at. July 10; atty. II
M fitraua, i Beekman et II
LOTS tl to 17, map Wm II Wallace
Katn Schmlts to Henry Vorndran, Wap.
Blnger Falls, N T, July II; atty, O B
avis, llio Id av 1100
BAP.Kt.EY AV. n s. (0 e Dean at. (0x100
'Bdwln S Ferry to Nellie E Ferry, on
Berkley av, nronx, July II: atty, Edwin
? Ferry,. on Darkley av, Bronx tl
ANTHONY AV, n w oor mth St. 41x10
Olds Holding Corpn to Battle W Miller,
at Canterbury. Conn, July 10: atty, T o
T Co, 174 iwar . . .8100
AV BT JOHN, e a, Jl.l e Proapeot ar, 10. Ix
It.4xl0.lll4.l-Jacob Itumpf to Mattl
Miller. 1111 Fox at, mtg 17.100. July U:
atty. T O ft T Co, 174 Bway Iieo
AMUNDSON AV, 3180. a. 11X100 Bflk
a Nymen to Morris Turlts. 41 St Nlcho
lee Terrace, mtg 81.800. July 17; atty.
L T ft T Co. lto Bway 11
VI11EO AV. 4IK. s e cor tilth st, 10.11
xl.lx!7.!xS2.l Oeorge Boiler to John
Anderson, 4! Vlreo av, mtg $1.1(0.
July 1J: atty, T O T Co. lit Ilway.1100
ltlTH ST. 771 E. n a. 12x10 Henry C F
Itohlfs to Usee Welder. 717 Kelly et.
mtg ll.40, July II; atty, T O T Co,
174 Bway 1100
BOSTON ROAD, w e, 4U s Ulth st, runs
s lto.tx w ltO.lx n 41. sx e ts.lx n e
4l.lx a a 187.0 Denwood Rlty Co, Inc.
to drand Concourse lttty Co. Ine, 30
Bwav, mtg 1140,000, July II; atty, M
Kaufman. Hi Bway 1100
DAWSON ST. e s, 108 n Longwood av,
10x100 Mary Klreeh to Olds Holding
Corpn. Ill Bway, mtg 117.100, July 10;
i5' J H Zlaeer, 117 Bway 1100
BELMONT AV. w s, 170 a lltd st, 31x100
Mary K Downey to Msrg't M Msdden,
1103 Park av mtg tt.lOO, July It; atty.
Uufi it Madden. 1101 Park av...3i00
West Side.
(West of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth
and 110th street.)
ITH AV. w a, 14.9 n 41st st, 74.1x10
Bernsrd Kersrh to Excellent Beslty Co,
Inc. !17 llwsy. 1 yr. Of.: attys. Wendel.
E n. 1?7 JJway 11,000
4;TII BT, Oil W. Itxll.l John J Me
Iouxhlln to Isaac S Voutht, Kntiewood,
N J, and John O Williams, 114 Ostes
av, Brooklyn, due na per bond; attys.
Well ft Purlm, 111 Bway :jo
(MsnhatUn Island, north of UOth street.)
AMSTERDAM AV, w s. 41.10 n lltth st,
10x100 X Amusement Co, Ino, to Be.
trice L Leskl, Wondhaven. L I, Instate.
Vf. atty, L A Slngerman, lit Broad
way 11,000
ITH AV. 10, leasehold David B Law
rence to Albert Friedman, 1904 Ith av,
Initala, atty. Herman Rlrkln, 1415
ritktn av, Brooklyn 11,600
tnorouth of The nronx.)
1I1TII ST. a a, 154.10 e Union av, rune s
11. lx e :i.5x n 71. Si w m.; rMrd
I. leberta to Rudolph Link. 110 Clay ev,
July II. due as per bond, atty, T U ft
T Co, 111 Bway 11.000
BERKLEY AV. n s, 00 e Dean at. 00x100
Nellie E Terry to Bira C Bull, et
Bronxvllle, N Y, July II, Inetale, i .
atty, Bdwln B Ferry, Throe's Neck.
N Y 1, 1
AMUNDSON AV, tllO. a, 21x100 Morrla
Turlts to Krllt o Nyman. ill W 04th
st, pr -mtg It. 100. July 11, t yrs, t;
atty, L T ft T Co, 110 Bway. .. .11. 000
1IITH BT, 771 B. n s. 21x10 Isaac Wolder
to Henry C atohlrs and ano. 111 l'llot
at, City Island. July II, s yrs. sr.: atty,
T O ft T Co. 171 Bway 11,114
FAILS BT, 869, w s, 33x100 Barah A
withers et ai to iiobt M Kern, 17
Myrtle st, White Plains, N Y, prior mtg
14,100, July IB, due Jan IS, IB 10, 81
atty, Emanuel Schwarti, 103 Bway.. 1400
11TII ST. 613 19 Real Estats Mtg Co of
N J, 113 Wall st, to Julius II Zleser, tt
Greene av, Bklyn tld.ouo
73TH ST. s s, 200 w AV A. 17 3x103.2.
mtg 12,000, now 11,000 LaWyere Mtg
Co to Metropolitan Trust Co, 10 Wall et,
atty. I. Mis Co, AO Liberty st 1 1,000
44TII HT, 107 W, 2 mice, 13,000 and 12,000
Gertrude A Stlllman, estrx, and Sarah
A Htlllman to Ellie Boyd, 8d Rlver1e
Drive; atty. L T A T Co, 100 Bway.17,000
100TH BT, 332 E Real Estate Mtg Co of
N J, OS Wiill st. to Julius 11 Zleser. 000
Oreene av, Bklyn 117,000
ST NICHOLAS AV, 348, mtg 110.000, now
tO.oco American Mtg Co to F. Louies
Sands, 11 E 84th st; attys, Mlddlebrnok
ft B. 40 Csdsr st 10,600
SI. ST BT, 309 E, mtg 13,000 N Y Title
Mtg Co to rector, o. St Mlchaells's
Church, 317 High st, Bklyn; atty, N T
T Co. 13R Bway IIOO
3TI ST. s s, 200 a nth av. 20x100 B, mtg
103.000, now 100,000 Iisarue Ievy to
Herbert M !!de, 0 E 68th et; atty. T
GAT Co, 17 Ilway 1100
43D ST. 430 W Douglas Mathewson and
ano, exr John Hardy, to Cleaveland F
Henton. Perth Amboy, N J; atty, L T
T Co. 100 Bwsy 13,600
CENTRAL PARK WF.ST, n w cor 7th at,
100.5x100, mtg 1100.000 Vorkvllle Bank,
1M1 td av, to Frances Wolf, 100 Weet
End av; atty, L T A T Co. lto Bway..tl
ID AV, n s, oor (id at. 10.1x70; lllst st,
101 Weet; 110th st, 114 Weet; I7lh st,
140 East; 00th at. tit East; Chrystle
st, III Urome at, tit Wm N Wetteran,
adm and true John B Wetteran. to Wm
N Wetteran, rouchkeepsls, N V, 7 nssts;
attys. Bailey A H. Ill Bway. .. .170.000
DOVER ST, w a. It.l n Water st, 10 lx
II. I, mtg 11.000 Bdw Johnson and ano
to Chas W Todd, 171 Wilkinson av, Jer
sey Oltr. N J; atty, Oeo M Boynton,
lit Nassau et 11.111.51
OOERCK ST, 117 and 128. mtg Rosa
Saberskl to Sadts Hollander. 117 Goerrk
st; atty, Oeo llolober, 110 11th av,.l00
ITH AV, 117. mtg 111,800, now $1,100
Jennie E Kopp to Sterling A merlins,
120 E Ulth st tl
WADS WORTH AV, w s. 14.11 w 17th st,
7SXI0O, mtg 110,600 W Forbes Morgan,
trust, to Joa W Taylor and ano, it w
0th at; atty, John J Schwarts, tot
Bway 151.110
LYON AV, n s. 81 e Oracs av, tlxlOO;
also lot 81, map Van Nest Park; also
Park av, 1141 Marts T Dunn.Rouasel
to Wm F Kpple, 810 B Ulth at; atty,
Geo M Causlaw, 411 Park now.,,H.I00
M1NFORD I'L. 1411 Geo Leu to Carrie
Lau, 1011 Gatee av, Bklyn; atty, Oeo
Ludwlg. 1811 Id av tl
CRE8TO.V AV. till Mary A Nlcolaus,
admx, to Mary A Nlcnlaus, 411 E 140th
at; atty, It O Knosppel, 0 Beekman
st 11,000
KEPLER AV, 4210 Mary D Field, true,
to Dorothy II Votltchenko. 1 West Otth
st; atty. Guaranteed Mtg Co, 200
Bway Il.ooo
HARION AV, till Christina II Young to
Wm F Kenny, Shore road and list st,
Bklyn: attys, Beardsley, II A T. 04
Well st 1100
IRVINE 8T. HI Mary D yield, true, to
Dorothy II Votltchenko. 1 W 87th st;
atty. Gnarsntaed M Co, 200 Bwey. 18. 000
BT ANN'S AV, n e cor lllat It, 211.1 ta
. THE BUty SATURDAY, TOLY 20, 1918.
Eagle av x tltt Irreg Title Ouar ft
T Co, true, to Title Ouar ft T Co, 170
Bway; atty, Title Ouar ft T Co. 174
Bway I11S. 000
LOT 147, map Section A, Vyss Estate
Carl Bosenbaum to W B Rose; atty,
Title Ouar ft T Co. ill Bway, ,. .13,000
FOX ST. 1117 Mary D Field, trus, to
New lork East Annual Conference of
Methodist Bnlecopsl church, 47 Braa
"wort place, Brooklyn; atty. Guaranteed
Mtc Co. 100 Bway..,...,,. 1100
BATHOATE AV, s e cor lltd st, SI.4X
11x88.1x87 Nathan Rosenbsum to Bsnk.
ere Trust Co. 11 Wall st, atty. Lawyers
Tilt A T Co, 110 Bway 81
HONEYWELL AV, 1110 Max Goldstein.
Mt Vernon, N Y, to Chelsea Realty Co,
lit Bway, an Int of 817,800; atty. N Y
Tltl A Mtg Co 1
satisfies Mortgages.
(With name and addreaa ot lender's at
torney.) 11 ITH ST, lit E, s s. ttO e Park av, tlx
100.11 Agatha Hedderlch to Mary F
J.ekson, too W lltth st, Aug 31. 1101:
..atty, Thomas Berry, 140 Bway, .117.100
HTH ST. 211 W, a s. 137,1 v td av, tt.Ox
31.8 Hugm D Rosendort to Shepherd
Knapp, Indlv and trus Shepherd Knapp.
luly t, mi; attys, stelner ft I', 109
.Bway i. ..111,000
11D ST, III E Plncos D Rpsteln and
ano to Sam'l Frankel, 141 W lltth st,
April e, 1911; atty. B II Hotstadter. 1
nway " 1 1.0 00
6TH AV, a w cor 137th St. 41.11x110
Columbia Club tn Seamen's Bank for
Mayings, July 12, not; atty, II Z Slobodln.
.102 Bway 111,000
I1ST ST. 101 W, s s, 110.4 w Columbus
av, 40x100.6 Kath Gallahar ot Free
port, L 1. to Oscar Helnberg, 478 Ralph
av. Brooklyn, July 17, 1118; attys, Oett-
hse a ft. a a) ft tu a
CBNTRATj TARK "W, n w c 17th nt, 100.8
J00 Weet End sv. Sept 1, 1107: atty,
.hiF' TAT Co tlOO.oOO
tOTIt ST. Ill W, a e. tIM w Weat fcnd
av, lt.txlOO.I Paul Fenn to Jae A
Trowbridge, at Noroton, conn. Sept I,
IS04; tl. Title OAT Co. 111,000
ITH AV, 5112, w a, 74 n llth at, tl. 1X100
Chas Simpson to Anna M Warren. Ill
W Hth st, sir, Ac, Sussn H Oelssen-hslne-.
May to, 116(1; attls, Miller A B.
II Liberty st , 14,000
140TII ST, s a. 200 w 7th av, 40x10.11
Joseph Ooldlng to Cooper Realty Co. 18
Exchange pi, March 18, 11011 atty. Rami
It Ooldlng, 111 Bway 17.701.18
140TH ST. a , 100 w 7th av. 17.4x0t.ll
Chanticleer Realty Co, 121 Bway, to
Cooper Realty Co, 28 Exchange pi, Aug
10, 1012; atty, aam 310,900.67
firniNO ST. 274. all Joa C and Wm II
Forbea to Jacob Pflster. trading as Wet
tsrwald A l'fltler, I mos from Aug 1.
Mil: atty, Julius A Newman, tlo
Bway $1,100
11ST ST, n a bet Oth av and Bway, ItSx
01. 4x e xCI.S Joseph B Frledlander
am eatate ot Brsdlsh Johnson, ownsr:
Jacob A Zimmerman ft Son. Inc. con
tractors 11.111.14
ITH AV. lilt Pierce. Butler ft Pierce
Mfg Corp aft 8 V U Hamilton, owner
(renewal) 1100
IITII ST, 324 E Aaron Udow agt Laura
Oppenhelm, owner and contractor, 8117.03
OANflBVOOJlT BT, I Jemes M saulpaugh
agt Chas A Goldman, owner and con
tractor y 11,170.17
ITH AV, 312 amue) It Potter, Inc. agt
Andrew and John A Phillips, owners
and contractors till
171TH ST. 005 E Max Mand agt Ruth
J a k obi. owner: Marie Blaeslus, con,
trautor , 27 0.00
DHOAJ1WAT, lit? to lilt: 10th at, til
to tit W. and Mat St. 210 to 111 TV
C 11 Southsrd Cn agt Moredall Realty
Corp et al: July 11, lilt (by
bond) II, tll.lt
31ST BT. 141 ro 104 E Frledmnn Con
tracting Co. Inc. agt Wm II Sealrh et
al: Jan 3. 1111 84,147
SAME PROPHRTY Same agt samel Jan
10. lilt 15. 137
SAM 23 PROPERTY John Rlchman
Plumbing Contracting Co agt aame:
Jan 7. 1911 1711.50
SAME- PBOPBRTT Friedman Contract
ing Co, Inc. agt same; Jan I,
1011 11.837
117TH ST. 18 W Esther .Rleser agt
Henry W Schleelnger et al (amended
foreclosure ot mortgage) : attys. Ougg en
heUner, Untermyer A Marshall.
OOERCK ST, 71 and 71 lawyers Title A
Trust Co agt Wyler Construction Co et
al (foreclosure of mortgege); attys.
Dean, Tracy A Ptsnfleld.
117TH ST, 14 W leaso Untermyer et s
sst Henry W Schleelnger et al (amend
ed foreclosure of mortgage): attyr. tiug
genhelmer. Untermyer Marshall.
SUFFOLK ST. e e, 70 a Itlvlngton t, 24x
71 Ella V Eldrrdge ait Louie Cohen et
al (foreclosure of mortgage); atty,
Thompeon ft Fuller.
17TH ST, n e. too e 5lh av, 60x100.11 N T
Salnge Bank agt Sarah Harrla et al
(foreclosure of mortgage), atty. J A
HtTH ST, 411 and 435 B Metropolitan
Trust Co of City of N Y agt Loretta
Corpn et al (foreclosure of mortgage);
atty, J B Pine.
UNION AV, 007 Jamei Dowds. Inc. agt
Theodore Golden et at (foreclosure of
mortgage), atty. M J Sullivan.
CIIIMIIOI.M ST. e, ttt s Jennings at. 20x
100 (lusrnntexl Mortgsge Co act Will
lam H AlrtI el a' (foreclosure of mort
gage), ettye. Carrlnjton Pierce.
Speyrr and Schlfr Regard Terms
FavoraMr to Company.
The hearlnavbefore the Public Hervice
Commission of the application of the
Interborough Rapid Transit Company
to Issue $39,478,000 of three year 7 per
cent, notes was concluded yesterday fol
lowing testimony by James Speyer and
Jacob H. HchlfT to the efTect that they
regarded tha propoied terms of the Issue
aa favorable for the company.
Mr. Bpeyer said he considered the sale
of the notes at 96 tt to the bankers and
to the public at 98 H of 98 as a favor
ablo proposition, considering the present
state of the money market nnd the con
dition of public utility corporations! gen
erally When asked If he regnrded tha
provlslorT'for having the notes converti
ble Into the company's first mortgage
bonds at 87 Vj as being a good feature
of the offering Mr. Hpeyer replied that
one could only speculate as to that be
cause It all depended upon the condition
of the bond market three years from
"I don't think any human being can
tell what the conditions) will be then."
sold Mr. Speyrr.
Mr. Schlff declared that he doubted If
any banker not already Interested and
more or Ihis responsible for Interbor
ough financing would make ns good an
offer. He said he considered tho propo
sition ns outlined quite favorable to the
company. He added that every possible
Inducement must be made to the in
vestor nowadays.
Jane Salca 10O.8OO Torn, Compared
With 108, OOO In Mar.
Bales of structural steel In June
totalled 100,300 tons, compared with
108,000 tons aold In the preceding
month, according to Secretary Qlfford
of the Bridge Builders and Rtructural
Orders received from the Government
aggregated fully 90,000 tons for war In
dustries and military buildings, while
the bulk ot the remaining tonnage went
to railroads operated by the Government.
Nearly all ot the current business U fur
war work, and other prospective pur
chasers are turned aside. Of the- June
orders 30,000 tons were for ship con
Am Chicle., to
Am Ch pi. e
Am M ft F. 75
Am Type F.
Am T F pf SO
A D T K 1.
Atlss P C, 26
Usrnh Bros
A Spin 1 p 71
rinrnli Bros
k Spin 2 p 70
Bor C Milk. 17
Bor (1 M nf 01
Bush T pf..
Celluloid ..1(4
Child" Co, al
Chllds pf... 01
Col Grapho, It
Col Or nf. 83
Hock V Pr.. I
Int Silver pf ..
Lima Locpf 76
Mich Lime., 14
men u pr,, if
Nat Casket.. 03
N J 7. nwiat.IU
Otis Kiev , . 47
Olle Kiev pf 71
Phelps D ,,270
Prstt IWpll
Rem Type... 10
T 1 pf M
Rem T pf It
Ry Bsk Pdr.lfa
Ry B p pf. w
Saf O II ft L ex
Sinter Mfg.. Its
wee i; Kerr so
W O Kerr pf 71
Ysls ft T...1M
rrk W of.., to
BLft WCo.188
Orey X !.. 4
General List Closes Irregular
at Not Loss In Market of
27 to 50 Points.
The renewed talk of price fixing
served to unsettle the cotton market
yesterday and led lo quite a sharp break
In prices. October contracts, for In
stance, sold off from 33.78 to 25.30. or
more than $3.00 a bale from Thursttr.y'e
oloslng figures. That delivery closed st
28.43. with the general list closing Ir
regular at a net loss of 87 to. 80 points.
There were overnight buying orders
around the ring at the start and while
Aui'ust opened at a decline of 14 points,
July was IS points higher, with later de
liveries showing slight advances which
established new high ground for the
movement. Ilealltng was active, how
ever, and the market soon broke on the
apprehension that price fixing on raw
co tu might be attempted. Stop orders
were uncovered on a scale down, with
July selling off to 28.30 nnd December to
34.63, making net declines of 42 to 80
points. Belling then became less urgent
and there were rallies during the after
noon on the continued dry weather In the
Southwest, favorable war news and cov
ering. The tone, however, was still
unsettled In the fate trading and the
bulges were not fully maintained.
Considerable attention was attracted
by an official announcement that experi
ments by tho Department of Agriculture
had developed effective means for fight
ing the boll weevil, but whether they
could be utilised to advantage In con
nection with the preaent crop remains
to be seen. There was no change In
the general character of the crop news
and the official forecast was for con
tinued dry weather tn Texas. The rains
and showers reported Irr. Eastern and
Central belt sections were considered fa
vorable for the growth of the plant, but
also aa likely to promote the spread of
Exports were 10,833 bale, making
3,977.388 so far this season. Local spot
people said that It was very difficult to
sell domestia spinners nnd there were
reports of an easing basis for early new
crop shipments. Southern Knot markets
ns officially reported were all unchanged
except Galveston and Houston which
were 80 points lower.
Week end figures of the New York
Cotton Exchange ;
Thla Last
week. year.
Week's Into sight X5.M 10.0M
Into Sight to date 11.IK.34S 1!,0i.llt
General visible supply J.lU.li:, . 1 045.U1
Visible supply, American.. 2.UI.1IJ 1.711.M3
Decrease In general visible (4.111 2.04l
Decrease In American visible 41.131 114.042
Spinners taklnga for week. 104. OM 153.192
thinners teklnrs for season 11.211.0(4 11 llt.lll
Kan re ot prices Thurs
Open. Blth. Low, Close, day
July 29.20 3K ZtCO IS)-7 0 29 1 0
AUfuU. ... 27.26 17.13 27.18 M 8S tl 27.24
September.. 2.t rfies M.ii 91.13 11 rs.M
Oi-tober ... 13.01 XS.7S 25 30 2T..I147 Zt.'l
November U.M B Si.1
December... SS 0 36.11 24 41 24.7M0 25 00
January. ... ti it 24 o 24.41 24 M en : M
February 24 49 n 21 1
Msrrh Sl.gl 24 II 21.34 24 44-41 S4.78
April 34. 1 J tl 21.71
Mar 34.12 34 12 11 1J 34.4143 24 70
The locsl market fur spot cotton wss quiet
snO 60 points lower st X3.00 for middling up
lsrwl ; ssles nil.
Southern spot merkete follow New Orleans,
Unlet, unchanged st 20.76; sslee. 111 bales.
Mobile, nominal, unehsnced st S0c. ; ssles nil.
Ssvannah ateedjr. unentered st 30 26; sslee, 301
bales. Norfolk quiet, unrhsnged st 30.16;
ssles, 413 lisles. llsltlmore nominal, un
changed st 33c.: sales nil. Augusts steady,
unrhsnged st 20.11; ssles, 119 bsles. Memphis
ereedr. unrhsnged st 40c. ; ssles. 600 hales.
Bonston quiet. 60 points lower at 20c; sales,
1,064 hsles. Little Dork quiet, unchanged at
30c.; sslsa, 71 hales.
l.sst List
Friday Week. Year.
0,014 .9 11,651
10. HI 1,1(0 e.71
.1.0T7.IM 5.912.S7 O.SH.SOT
. 111.977 II9.70J 11.411
1.004.M1 1,070.741 017.110
1,704 M7 2,309
Port receipts
Itxporta ...
Kxports, lesson .
New York storks
Port etitrks
New York srrlrsla.
j.iTrrvooi caoiee poi rotton quiet and 6
points higher; middling, old contrert, 23 OW ;
send middling, new contract, 21.64it. Sslee,
3.000; American. 1.00". Imports, 17.000. all
American, rnturea opened quiet, ar13 to It
points sdrance. Closed quiet st a net decline
of 10 to It points. July. 1107: Augiiit. ro.M;
September, 19.M; Octnber. 1 SS ; Nnrember
1 17. Msncheeter: Terns quiet end firm;
cloths, more Inquiry, but not much doing.
Pnts, July I. Trading was active
on the Bourse to-day. Three per cent,
rentes. 61 franca 80 centimes for cash;
exchange on London, 27 francs 16 cen
times; & per cent, loan, S3 francs 53
Snpreme Tribunal Upholds Or
der Abolishing Exemption
for Young Bachelors.
Ottawa. July Constitutionality of
the amended military service net. abol
Ishlnsr certain exemptions, vms upheld
by the Supreme Court of Canada to
day in dismissing the application for a
writ of habeas corpus made on behnir
of a drnfted man. Tho appeal dlvWon
or the Hupreme Court of Allxrtn pre
viously had decided the amended law
was Invalid.
The whole fabric of the Canadian
draft law wna Involved In the case
and an adverse decision, It Is believed,
would have necessitated an extraordi
nary eeeurlon of Parliament.
The stntus of 40,000 men now In
service hinged irpon tho highest trlhu
nnl's ruling. Chief Justice Sir Chnrlm
Flttpatrlck nnd Justices Duff, Davie
and Anglln sustained the legality of the
Order In Council of April 20 nnd Jus
tices Idllngton and Brodenr dissented
Many of the conscripted men already
aro on their way overscan, but a mn
Jorlty of them are In Canadian train
ing camps. The lower courts were be.
sought on behalf or some of the
dmfteea, who tried to evade sen-Ice, for
writs of habeas corpus. A dnsen such
men In Rarcce Camp, near Calgary, ob
tained tho writs, but the military au
thorities refused to recognlte them or
to eurrender the soldiers.
Lleut.-Col. Phil .Moore, the com
mandant to whom the order of tho Hu
preme Court of Alberta was directed,
wns adjudged In contempt and a sheriff
was ordered to bring him Into court.
Moore's superiors Instructed him to re
sist. Serious trouble was averted July
IS, when both siden reached a compro
mise, the army authorities agreeing not
to send the soldiers overseas until the
.Supremo Court of Canada had passed
upon the oaae.
The decision establishes the right of
the (lovernment to smspehfl the habeas
corpus under tha military service act.
Under the authority of tho amended
military service net. eaAliahed by or
ders In council and approved by reso
lution of both houses of Parliament, the
Oovernment cancelled the exemptions
held by unmarried men between 20 and
31 veara old Inclusive.
The validity of the orders In council
was contested on the ground they were
unconstitutional, that amendment to the
military service act should have been
inado by an act of Parliament Instead
of by order In council.
The decision of the Hupreme Court
holds that the orders In oounoll were
tptclal Vtt patch to Tna Sen.
WASHINGTON. July It. The War Da
psrtment Issued thi following army orders
Special Order No. 117 amended to read aa
Following temporarily promoted: To be
Captain; Tlrst Lisute. James B. Taylor.
B. A. Burdltt, rt. II. Ballard. J. D. Hun
gerford, J. C. Bhort, A. I. Edmunds.
Francis J. Simons. Lawrence B. Wyant,
Theodore L. Bogard, John C. Howard.
Uarlyle J. Hancock. To b Flrat Lieu-,
tenantal second Lleuts. Darrow Meno
her, Mark A. Devlne, Jr.. J. L Petll
bone E. II. Berry, Harold B. Taft, Max
O. Werner, OeraJd FllsgsraM. Paul
Behulse, Jr.. H, U. Banks. C. B. MeFMr
son, Dan C. Boblnson, W. II. Kllllan.
Carl K. Oockler, A, l. Tenlson. Olln c.
Newell. Leonard Ober, 1 T. Brown. 11.
A. McColm. C. E. Patteraon. Ueorga M.
Itobertaon, F. B. McKay, C. W. Johnson,
Jr., Winston B. Withers, Ashley II, Con-,
ard, F. E. Sores. F. B. Blekre.
Lleut.-Ool. B. M. Thomas. Second Cavalry,
detailed for general recruiting service
Coast Artillery.
Capt. B. T. Cunningham from treatment
Walter Beed General Hospital. District
of Columbia, and will rsporl Fort Ad
ams. Iinode Island, for duty.
Order directing Capt. M. V. Bishop from
.....i.. . . ....... n . t . c-ro
Una. amended to direct him to Newpofc;
News, Va, to Join 341st Aaro Squadron.
Medical Corps.
Contrsct Surgeon 8. J. Brooks to Camp
Upton for duty with board.
Deatal Corps.
First Ueut. N. C. Pleklea from Camp
dreenleaf, Georgia, accompanied by au
thorised enlisted assistant, ta Camp
Johnston, Florida, for duty In bsse hos-
Flrsl'l.lsut. B. L 1iwry. Jr.. from duty
Camp Qreenlesf, accompanied uy au
thorised enlisted ssslstant, will report
to commanding officer recruiting depot.
Fort Oglethorpe, (leorgla. for dut.
Major D. 11. Torrey, Infantry, from lMlh
lSepot Brigade, Camp Meade, to Eigh
tieth Infantry. , ...
Leava of absence granted First Llaul.
James T. Carroll. Twenty-eighth Infan
try, extended ten daya.
First Ueut. E. O. Kennerly. SOld Infan
try, from Camp Devena. Maajaehuaetts.
to Now Haven. United States Army Oeij
eral Hospital No. 10, obaervatlon, treat
ment and report,
Lleut.-Col. tl. It, Thompklna from preient
duty to New York for daty aa acting
Depot quartermaster.
4uartermaater Corps.
Capt. W. A. Bosenfleld from preaent duty
to Chicago for temporary duty, then will
go to Washington. D. C. for duty In
ehlcle and harness division. ,
Capt. Wilbur Kyle from Camp McCellan,
Alabama, to Tort Butssll. Wyoming.
First Lieut. J. L. Harris appointed Captain
and will report to chief military Intelli
gence branch office of Chief of Staff for
eervlce on Intelligence duty aolely.
Capts. Zeb Ward and Clyde C. Cummlngs
Appointed Majors.
Second Ueut. Msurlce F. Vllasclt from
lltth Depot Brigade, Camp Lewie, to
Camp Pike for duty with Infantry re
placement camp.
Lieut. John W. Walker from Camp Bevler,
Mouth Carolina, to Camp Ilaneoek,
AdJutnt-Oenrnr Department,
fleconil Lleuts. K. N. Conners snd L. U.
Smith appointed First Uutenanla.
Major Joslah C. Minus detailed for duty
In Inspector-General's Department and
report to commanding Oeneral Southern
Department for aselgnmsni.
First .Ueut. P. A. Tulp ssalgned to duty as
sailatant personnel officer depot brigade
Camp Dlx.
Capt. ieo Dillingham assigned to duty as
personnel officer Northeastern Depart
ment. Boston.
Capt. T. P.. Elklns assigned to duty as
personnel officer Depot Brigade, camp
Sanitary Corps.
First Lieut. Frsser Hood, from Camp
Shelby, Mississippi, to Camp Hancock
for duty.
First Lieut. James c. Devoe. from Camp
Tnvinr. Kentucky, to Washington ror
consultation, then to camp Dlx for duty
Medlcnl Corps.
Majors Xlsxyck P. Bavenell ahd Jamea S.
MoLester appointed LleutenantCoIonela.
Quartermaster Corp a.
Major 1. S. Osborn, from Washington to
Camp Wheeler and Camp Hancock on
official business snd return to station.
Second Ueut H. H. Cosens, from Wash
ington to Kob York and report to officer
tn charge clothing and equipage division
for assignment.
First l.leuta Elmer E. Fetter and William
I.. Smith, from present duties to Camp
Johnson for assignment.
Cant Ptowell c stehhlne. from Phila
delphia to Waehlngton for conference,
thence to St Louis nnd remain until
further orders.
Cspt. H II. A'nutead to Washington for
ilutv ulth steedore and labor organisa
tion. Second Ueut. D. T. Ware to Baltimore for
duty with 30th Guard and Fire Com
pany Second Lieut C W Erdrlch, from present
diitv Camp Johnstun for duty with
Baker, Company ill,
rlrat Lieut. Ernest Kuehn from present
duty to CSmp Holablrd. Maryland, for
duty In command of machine ahop truck
unit No, 210.
Capt. W. A. Baker from preaent duties
to Wsshlngton. I). C, for duty.
First Ueut. S. W. Wallace to Omaha en
official bualness and await further or
ders. Lieut-Cot. Bobert W. J.ee tn Washington
on official business snd return to elation.
Second Ueut. Verne Marshall to Washing
ton for temporary duty.
Flrt Ueut. .1 O, Nichols to Chanute Field
tor duty aa conservation and reclama
tion officer.
Second Lieut. George E. Johnston from
office of Ouirtsrmaster-Osnsral to Cleve
land for duty.
Leave for to days granted First Lieut.
W C. Brown, Jr.
Field Artillery.
First Lieut J. A Ds"an from Seventy
eighth Field Artillery, Fort llussell,
Wyoming, to assignment to 116th Cav
alry Cspt. E. P. Parker appointed Major, Na
tional Army, and will proceed to Camp
Jackson, South Carolina, for duty.
Engineer Corps.
First Ueut. E. n. Down appointed Cap
tain. Second Lieut, F. K. Anderson appolntsd
First Llsutennnt.
William C. Lamen and Arthur J. Blfe ap
pointed Majors.
First Lleuts. John II. miner, Irvln Mysrs,
W. E. Moldron, Frsnk II. Mackle, J. V
La Croix, Clarenco M. Hating and J. W.
"UrU appointed Captains.
Second Lleuts. M De Hooy, W. E. Dods.
worth, A. C Grare, W. D. Kensen, It. 1
Kunnecke, It, F, March, A. Moore, J. M.
Twltchell. K, D. Btorall and John A.
rlummervllls appointed First Lieuten
ants. Major Bay J. Atanclltt sppolnted Lieutenant-Colonel,
Brlg.-Gen. Henry Kervey detailed ss mem
ber of General Htaff Corps for period of
present emergency and for duty as as
slstsnt Chief of Start.
Following First I.leutsnsnts to active duty
at places apeclftsd: J. B. Bennett,
Idaho Technical Institute, Pocatello,
Idaho; Arthur O. Croker. Saunders
Trade School. Yonkers, N, Y : Howard
A Cheney, Troy Central High School.
Troy, N. Y ; William A. Duffy. Delai
ware College, Newark, Del.; Walter B
East, Polish Nstlonsl Alliance College
Cambridge Springs, Pa.; It, M. Evans
North Dakota School ot Mines. Ornnd
Forks. N. I). I Balph A. Gephardt, Pur.
due University, West Lafaystte, Ind.
Buesell L lrace, Florida A. and M Tal.
lahaesee, Fla.; Jamea F. Itnrdln, New
Mexico College of A. and M Meallla
Park, N. M.s J. fl. King, South Carolina
University. Columbia, B. C: J. L Lind
say, Unlvsrslty of Arlsona, Tucson. Arls
Hugh D. Morris, Jtlchmond Commercial
Club, Blchmond, Ind.: Alvln A. Osmun
W U Dickson High School, Jersey City
Walter E. Turner, outh Carolina CoU
ored A, and M Oranxsburg, B. C. j Areh
P Wiley, University of Tennessee, Knox
vllle. First Lieut G. II. Manosevltch In addition
1o present duties will report to com
mending officer of training detach
ment at fallowing Institutions for
duty: Armour Institute of Technology.
Old outh Division High School. Weiw
dell Phillips High Ochool, all In Chi
caco. Following officers fiom Fort Omaha, so.
rnmpanled by authorised enlisted es
slstsnts, to Morrison, Va . for duty:
'First Lleuts. K. C. Elfert, E. O. Miller.
rfrat Llaul. C. Q. slavery from Newtown
Brhool Board, Newton. Maes , tn Camp
Dreenleaf for duly with Base Hospital
No. SS.
Following First Lieutenants from Camp
dreenleaf, accompanied by authorised
enlisted assistants. In Camp Taylor,
Kentucky, for dutyt J, Belch. Samuel
W. Taliaferro. F. U. Thorald, M. Weiss,
It. F, Wilcox. 11. 8. Wllks, W. B.
First Lieut. II, W. Brown, now serlng
ss an enlisted mail In Thirty-fourth
Ciempany, Hid Depot Brigade, Camp
Upton, to active duty at Morrison. a.
Following First Lieutenants lo active
duty and report to commanding of
ficer of training detachment place
epeelfled: F, A. Ballarhey. Technical
High Sohool, Buffalo, N. Y.; Andrew
C. Drury, Central High School. New
ark, N. J.; J, G. llcarn, Jr., Atlanta
University, Atlanta: W. J. Boilings
head, Public School No. Hsyonne,
N. J.: L. A. Peron, Boye Vocational
School. New York; J, W, Slpple, Geor
gia State Industrial college. Savannah.
Arthur W. Walker, Oakland High
School, Oakland. Cal.; William Welaer,
Essex Vocational School, West Orange,
N. J.
First Lieut. A.. K. Batcllffa from Camp
Greenleaf. acoompanled by authorised
enlisted asslatant, to camp Hanoook for
duty In Dsse Iloipltsl.
Flrat Ueut. T. B, Burk to Camp Bowie.
Field Artillery.
Capt. H. II. emsdlsy. attached to 313th
Flsld Artillery, Is honorably dlaehargsd.
Veterinary Corps,
Sescnd Ueut. W. C. Pulalfer. appointed
Fiist Lieutenant.
Engineer Oorpe.
Major P. AV. P. Bluett to actlrs duty
Csmn Humphreys, Virginia, for duty as
atudenl. , ,
Second Lieut. Tom J. Harris appointed
First Lieutenant.
First Lieut. C O. Pecs from Eightieth Di
vision to Camp Pike for asslgnmsnt.
Capt. John M. Hatstat. Nichols appointed
Major of Infantry, National Army.
Second Lieut. II. F. Tllaon from Brooka
Field to Boiling Flsld, District ot Co
lumbia, for duty,
Medloal Corps.
Ftrst Ueut. P. It. Chrlatlan from Camp
Johnaton to Bocksfsllsr Institute, New
York, for Instruction and return to ata-
Flrst Lieut. J. F. O'Donnell to active duly,
Camp Beauregard.
First Ueut. Samuel Ltchtsnstsln from
Army Medical School lo Camp areen for
duty In bass hospltsl.
First Llsut. J. A. Kenney from Army Med
ical School to Camp Hancock for duty
in bsse hospital.
First Ueut. Cecil Brysn, now 1n Phlla
dslphta, In addition to present dutlee,
win report to commending officer en
listed djtschment, Philadelphia District
Ordnance Office, for duty aa attending
Major Itlchard B. Daly from Bas Bos-
glial No. r.1. Camp (Ireenleof. to United
tales Army Osneral Hospital No. 14,
that post, for duty.
Flrsr Ueut. J. w. Davis from present
duties at Csmp McClellsn for temporary
duty as orthopedic surgeon.
First Ueut It. S. Cron from Camp Custsr
to Camp Qreenlesf for Instruction.
First Ltsut. M. 8 Fllchett from Army
Medical School to Camp Johnston for
duty In bsss hospital. ,
First Lieut. E. W. Ill from Army Medical
Sohool to Fort Harrison, Indiana, for
Capt. O. T. Schull from Army Medical
School to Camp Jackaon for duty In
base hospital. . ,
Capt. J. B. Ferguson from Neurological
Institute. New York, to Camp Dlx for
temporary duty In baas hospital.
First Ueut. Logsn Felts appointed Captain.
iFlret Ueut. Cornelius B, Cnrtney from
Army Medical School to Tale Army La
boratory fchool. New Haven, for duty,
The following to active dutv U. S. A. Oen-
1 eral Hospital No. 1. Wllllamsbrldge:
Flrat Lleut. .Tnm-s A. Forrsll, O. J.
Luplen, C. H. Orr.
First Ueut. Ignatius W. Mstuska Is honor
ably discharged.
Capt. O. A. Wall from Auxiliary Bemount
Depot INn. til, Camp MacArthur, for
duty In base hospital that camp,
(Following to active duly Camp MacArthur:
Capts. M. A. Bedsoe, J. A. Blnehart. '.
T. Van Eman; Flrat Lleuta. P. C. Chris
lien, A. E. Potter, J. W. Hollo, Oeorge
T. Twyman.
Following captains to active duty Camp
Cordon: Edgar T. Knoop, II. E. Sperry.
(Ft ret Lieut. Homer Bowen to active duty
Camp Uresnlesf for couras of Instruction.
Capt. W. P. Dysart to active duty and re
port commanding General Central Depot
for assignment.
Capt. K. A. Bulon to active duty Bocketrl
ler Institute for Instruction, and upon
completion to Major John A. Hartwell,
Bollevue Hospital, for further course,
and upon completion to Pamp Cody, New
Mexico, for temporary duty tn base hos
pital. First Ueut W A McOugsn from New
York tn Camp Devens for duty In bsse
Following officers to sctlve duty for course,
of Instruction: Capts. (1 r. Alton. J. O.
Beatty, C. B. Cslbreath, W. B Csmpbell,
Ernest II, Carpenter, G. D. Crimes, c. H
Davis, n. Dawee. C. C. Brace, E. F.
James. C. E. Klnley. F. H. Idd, W. r.
Nlenstadt, W W. Nipper. B. B. Shurts,
C. A. Walters; First Lleuts. IV I Abnev,
C. et. niack, Jamee II. Bruce, It. I.
Cnwlee, n. E. Crnmeane, Frank S. Jller.
ker. It. C. Herrlck, J C. Ottman, It. S.
Shane, O. C Stmthere, Abraham Wels
berg Following officers to Active duty at camps
epeelfled: Capt. .1 T. .Brown, Camp
Oreen, North Carolina; Capt. W I
Devera and First Ueut C. A P.tu!ua,
Cnmp Beauregard; Capte. .1 M. Fouts
and It. l Holt, Camp Meade: Capt It.
B Grlmei, Camp Custer, Cspt. J K.
Stildebaker and First Lleuts J Kll
Jan. Wllllsm C Weber, t'smp Codv,
Capt C F. Tenney, Camp Upton. Capt.
E. N. Wilcox, First Llut. It. H. Knnwl
ton. Camp Jackson; First Lleuts. How
ard Benus snd J W. Warthmann, Camp
Hancock; First J.leuta C E. Cslhoui.
and C. E. Dsvls, Camp Bowie.
Following officers from Camp Greenleaf lo
Camp Shearman for duty In base hoepl
tsl: First Ueuts. Charles E. fltolx, II.
X Wade.
Cspt. I II Fales tn Whipple Tlerracka.
First Ueuta. J. Mcl. Fleming and Samuel
II. Miller to Bockefeller Institute for In
struction In bacteriology, then to Army
Medical School, Wsshlngton, for duty
Capt. O. W. fltimson to Camp Dlx for tem
porsry duty In base hospital.
First Lieut M. It. Levlno to active duty
Camp Greene, for duty In base hos
pital First Lieut. W. M. Black to Camp Sevier
for duty In bsse hospltsl,
First Ueut J, W. KempfT to active duty
Fort Blley, for course Instruction.
First Lieut It De Pue to active duty
Bockefeller Institute, for rouree of In-
structlon, then to Army Medlcnl School
for duty.
First Lleuts. Kemp P. Neal and A. L.
Gaston to Camp Greenleaf for Instruc
tion. Capt. N. T. Enloe to Letterman General
Hospital, San Francisco, for temporary
Following from plseee specified to Sen
Jusn, P It.. Csmp Lss Cssas. for duty
in bsse hoepltali Flret Lleuts. Jamee
L. Downing, Fort Sill, P. A. Plon,
Camp Jackson.
Capt. W. H. Malley from Camp McClel
lan to Bockefeller Institute for Instruc
tion, thsn lo Ilellevue Iloipltsl for
further course, then return to station
Following to active duty Camp Green
leaf, for Instruction: First Lleuts I)
C. Montgomery and W. 8. Beese.
Leae granted rlret Lieut. D. W Frye
extended three days.
Capt Thompson Frsaer from Camp Gor
don to Camp Msads for duty with
Following Ueutenanta appointed Captains:
Oeorge Potts Olcott, Jr . C. A. Yoder,
Fred I Andrews.
Capt (lustive W. plshong, now on leave,
relieved from elation at New Vork to
Hoboken for temporary duty pending ar
rival of Bass Hnspltal VNn 41.
First Ueuts 11. M. Ferry and II E. Lut.
yens to active duty Rockefeller Institute
for course nf Instruction, then to Army
Medical School for duty.
First Ueut C F. llathgeber to HniioUen
Following to active duty Fort lilley for
rours of Instruction' Capte Cliarle p
Brown. C. E Fawcett, B. llulienga, F
O. Ullman: First Ueuts. W. W Ander
son, II. J Bach, P A Brake. T II Bur
fcack, Joseph 4. Cutler, C. W !uwe, J.
Dlmon. A. .1 Gerend, Eber E. Bsggartv
I.. H. McCnnnell. John J. Mlnahan, II II
Mitchell, J. A. Monk, A. A Mulach, 1.
A. Nelson, T. O Parker, i; C Hose, It
J. Khull, L Stevens, n. It. Wheeler, A
O. Young, W. J. Kucera.
Cant. J, K Collorsn to Camp Fremont for
duty In depot brigade.
First Ueut. II. K Babcock to Camp
First Ueut. B. F Ilerndon to Camp Hher
Following medical officers from Fort Uliey
tn Csmp Greenlesf for duty Col. W N
Wlepham, Ueut Cols. T ,1 rlinn, II l'
IMIIsbury, II. McC Snyder
Major (' I. Oandy, Pol Fred T Arnold.
Tenth Pavalrv, tn Eightieth Field Artl
lery: Lieut. .Pol. Conley Enns from Kiri
Pavalrv tn Hlstleth Field Artillery, cm
.1. S Munrne from Thirteenth Cavalry tn
Klghtv-nrat Field Arllllerr, Col w T
Lyttebrsnt from Elghlv-firnl Field Art, .
ierv tn Tenth Pavslry. Llsut -Col. Dorey
Cullen. Cavalr..'. tn Thirteenth Pavalrv
Capt P K Ple from office of Chief nf
Ordnance lo Itochester. .V. y . for duty
Second Ueut G, W Thorburg to Edge
wood Arsenal, Oldbury Chemical plant.
Niagara Falls;, for duly.
W. O. McClillaild appolntsd First Lieu
44 i
tenant, en active duty at Wsihlngtoa,
D. c. for asslgnmsnt,
C. tl. Thompson appointed Captain, to
Washington for assignment,
Aviation Section, Signal.
Capt. T. B. Barrlnxsr, Jr., tn Camp Msads
for duly with board examining troopa
tor cardlo. vascular diseases.
Major T. C. Macautay and Capt. B. D,
tills for duly aa members of the board
appointed in special orders No. til vies
Major E. 11. Lyon and Capt. Emsal
Clark hereby relieved.
Second Lleuts. 11. L. Hayden and J. .1,
Snyder from Hoboken to Indianapolis
for duty.
Second Ueut. It. B. Howard to Wrlghl
Flrat Lieut, n. K Tailor from Bureau of
Aircraft Production anil report to Direc
tor of Military Aeronautics.
Ueut. t). l. Collier from Chanute Field to
Lnngley Kleld for duty.
Flret Lieut. G. P. Mndllsh from Gcrstner
Field to Wilbur Wright Field for duty. V
Following nfneers from duly under Direc
tor of Military Aeronautics and n III re
port to Director of Aircraft Production
for duty. Capt. A. J. Turker. First
Ueut David llesld. Second l.leul Wells
Second Lieut W F Slmrall from Ithaca
to Ellington Field fur duty.
Following Second Lieutenants on duty re
quiring them to participate In serial
nights: Arnold A. Anderon. Ernest I..
Brown, D. .1. Hrant, F N Carlson, U
P. Dwyer. It. (1. time, c ft. Gnstafson,
A. I'. Holt, Leo h'aUman. A. O Kent,
J. P. Owen. It. W. Illte. E. E. illch, B.
K. Blehardson, W. B. Ildbertsnn, .1. A.
Seward, Thomas V. Miea, F II. Smith,
Robert Stanley. Guy Stewart. Ilavard C.
Taylor, W. W. Thomson, M. W. Van
Aradale. O. O. Vaughn, II. J Wright.
8econd Ueut. H. U. Wllllngham from Call
Field In Indianapolis for duty.
Following Second Lieutenants from Car
ruthers Field lo Csmp Dick for dutv: A.
A Allen. Jr., Fred C. Bennett, M. A.
Casey, M. F. Denlck, J. 11. Foils. L It.
Lille. It W. Phelps. II. A. Kcol.y. Or
vllle P. Sllnehcomb. New land I). Trlnler,
riherman C. Amsden, James II. Hunn, W.
O. Crlstv. Eugene Dursnd, E. F. Glenn,
W. T, Morgan, Jr , E. II. Ilnaenbaum,
E. U Sohn. Elmer 1.. Taylor. W. G Van
Auken, J. P Andrews. A. G Orison, H.
L Cole, , II Kby. W T King, Jr, O.
W Pearson, I II Itlchninnd, o. W.
Splcer. E. II Towle, Paul D Wlerman.
hollowing ferond Lieutenants, from Camp
Dick to Gerstncr Field for duty: John
A. Frost, Psul Hsffner, J. H. Allerd,
Jr.. N. 11. Crawford, V. M. Beoht
etelner. II. F Fox. E. G. Bryan. II.
B. Denny, It. F. Benham, O. F. Herr
mann, K. P. Brown. B. H. Dtevendorff.
J. H. Verkoulren, J. H. Kinney, Euclid
M. Covington, J I,. i;,ldy, W. P.
Hamann. J. C. Hooper, George T. Con
dron. Harold A. Fltsgerald, II. A.
Moore, J, 11. Kline, W. it. Crlttendon.
Second Lieut, A, II. Santos on duty re
quiring him to participate In aerial
Second Ueuts. P. fl. Reed and J. B.
Barrett from Wilbur Wright Field to
Gerstner Field for duty.
Second Lieut J. H O'Connetl from
Ithaca to Kelly Field for duty
Following okcers on duty requiring them
to participate In aerial flights: First
Ueut. Walker Anderson. Field Artil
lery Reserve Corps. Second Lleuts. f..
It. P. Reese, J. D. Stewart, G. R.
Grimy, S. Zanettl, c. C. Bakala, M. R.
Martin. Aviation Section, Signal Re
serve Corps,
Judge Adrovale Oeneral.
Major B. K. Fowler lo Washington. D.
C. and report to Judge Adv-ocate Oen
eral for duty In office.
Quartermaster Corps.
Capt. O. D. Hammond appointed Major,
National Army.
Major A P. Duval assigned to embarka
tion branoh of the Purchase. Storage
and Traffic DIVIelon of Oeneral Stan.
Major O. E. Howard lo Cnmp Taylor for
duty with artillery replacement camp.
Capt. C. P. Hill tn Camp Gordon on of
ficial buslneea, then tn station.
Following oflloers from dutlss as assistants
to depot qusrtermaeter to supply officer
New York for duty ns his aIMants:
Capts. Charles Downing, D. J. Charlere,
A. T Lopel. E. Berg, It. W. King. W. E.
Clrlffln, J. Evans, Joseph 11. llebble
thwalte, R, Ai. Mulllnge; Flret Ueuts.
W. It. Bryant II. L Ruland, J. L Bra
msn. D. A. Rahllly, II. T. Partrlde. Aaa
Cnlton, W N O'Brien, F T. Fletcher;
Second Lleuts. It. Tandler, E. H. Ben
nett, L. B. Butterworth. L. P. Todd.
Robert E. Hull. N. H. Banner. A. L.
Towle. II. 'R. Smoot, P it. Ellis, C II.
Hlewett. A. E. Hamilton, F. H. Richer,
O. W. Younger, J. B. Thomas. Patrick
MnMullen. W. W. Matthews. Bnv C.
Wllklns, F. A. Trilling, B. J. Arnntrong.
J. S. Griffin. V. A. Tuylor. W. s. Holmes.
Following officers to transport service.
Quartermaster Oeneral' Department:
Cspt. Estll U .7nco. John Weber; First
Ueuts, D. 74. Wood, M. P. Cheplln, T.
W. Smith. J. T Sesver. A H. Brame.
"Vevv York Cnttnn KxrhniiKet Vntesi
Aicnlnsc nil Inrrrnne.
New York Cotton Uxchange memhors
yesterday voted ngnlnit changing the
by-laws affecting the rate of commission
charged for buying or selling lflo bales
of cotton. At present 320 Is charged.
Liverpool Cotton Market.
Livunroot.. July ll. Cotton, spot in
fair demand ; prices firm ; American mid
dling, fair, 23.40c: good middling,
22.72c; middling, 22.09c; low middling,
21.G7C. ; good ordinary, 20.57c. ; ordinary,
20.04c Sitles, 2.000 bnlei, including
1,700 American. Receipts, 17,000 bale,
including 10,400 American. Futures
Closr-d quiet.
Weekly cotton statistic: Imimrts,
6D.0OO bull's, American. 33,000 ; stock.
269,000, Anicrlcnn. ("2.000 ; forwarded.
48,000, American, 2C.O00; exports, none;
sales, 5,00U, American. 3,000.
MANcitESTEn. July 15. Cloths nnd
jams In fair demand and firm.
Xrsv Orlcnri'; Cotton MnrLrt.
New Orlkans, July 19. Lower price
prevailed In the cotton market to-day as
tho result of good rains over a large
part of tho belt outside of Texas and
Oklahoma. Lnet prlcoa showed net
losses for the day of 25 tn SO points.
July, 27.90c; October, 24.35c; Decem
ber. 23.76c; January, 23 7c. ; March,
23.58c. Spot cotton quiet ; middling,
at 2s30 P. M., on the premises, rain or
shine, under mammntli tent
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