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THE SUN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1918. 4 4 I REALTY MARKET NEWS AND COMMENT Down. own Bank Corner Pur chased ly Itcflty Co. Lnrgcr Harlem Tost Office. DEMAND IS FOR PLATS Best Trading Reported From Bronx Operators Arc Buying. Tho four atory nnd basement building t J95 Canal street, northeast corner of Thompaon Btreet, In which 1 located the People's BanlL Is to be acquired by the newly formed 395 Canal Street Corpora tion, formed at Albany yesterday with a capital of 120,000, and Charles Rush. Thomas .T. Whalen and H. D. Counhlln ra Incorporator. The property fronts 37.S feet on Canal street nnd 63.2 feet on Thomrson street, the northerly and east erly dimensions being 51 and 70.10 feet respectively. It abuts tho parochial school of St. Alphonsus. LARGEST HARLEM POST OFFICE To provide additional space for post office Station J, the Gtlson Realty Com pany, Walter A. Wells president, has bought from a client of Harnett & Co. .Si: West 126th street, a three etory dwelling on lot 19x49.10, between Eighth and 81. Nicholas avenues. Last March the same company bought 316 to 320 West 116th street, adjoining the present postofflct building; at 314, extending through, to 309 and 311 West 125th etreet, which wan leased to the Govern ment about six years ago. The Ollson company now has & frontage of 93.5 feet on 12(th street and plana to connect the lower floors of these properties for the post office, making- this the largest tatlon in Harlem. BRONX BUSIEST BOROUGH. BHERIDAN AVENUE Frederick Brown has bought from Mrs. A. F. Buttmer tho northwest comer of .Sheridan avenue and 163d street, a four story apartment on plot 30.6x S9.2. Ferdinand Kramer negotiated the deal. CROVE STREET Samuel Cowen has sold the six story apartment, on plot 35x100 feet, at 23 drove street, for It. David. HUNTS POINT AVENUE Samuel Cowen has eold 82S and 630 Hunts Point avenue, two three story brick buildings with stores for J. Marlon. EAST 167TH STREEET The newly formed Allenby Realty Corporation, ADranam Kevins ana primp wauen berg, has bought the five atory apart' I ment house on plot 40x100, at 826 I East 167th street, near Prospect ave I nue. HOME BUYING IN BROOKLYN. B. J. Sforza has sold for Eobald Xlaber to Max S. Pinner the three atory frame store and flat houses at the north west corner of New Utrecht Avenue and Fifty-ninth street, known as 6823 and 0824 New Utrecht avenue, and the one etory frame stores at 5618 and 6620 New Utrecht avenue, on an lrrecular plot, 100x143x100x43. The Melster builders have sold 1826 Seventieth street, a two family brick house, on lot 20x100. JERSEY HOUSE BUYER. The Frank Hughes-Taylor Company of Montclalr, N. J., has sold for Judeonl C Carroll to James L. Ilamar, the Dutch Colonial residence at 1S4 Watchuns ave nue, on plot 60x150 feet. The property' was valued at 113,000. COMES BACK TO OLD QUARTERS. Tho Railway Mall Club, composed of clerks and others In the railway mall eervicc. has rented the three upper floors In the five story building at 14 nnd 16 Vesey Btreet, owned by the Astor family, for Its club quartern and dormi tories. The club has' been located at 461 Eighth avenue, which has been taken by the Government fo. the quartermas ter's department, The Vcsey street lease is for a year from October 1. The club formerly occupied the Vesey Btreet quarters, moving from them aeven years ago to West Twenty-ninth street. They have been untenanted since that time. BUSINESS SPACB leased. Tho Charles F. Noyes Company has leased the four story building at 111 West Forty-second Btreet for Drake's Restaurant to Joseph Kramer, at an ag gregate rental of about 330,000. Charles G. Keller has rented with the Charlea F. Noycs Company loft space In thv Masonlo Building, Twenty-third ' etreet and Sixth avenue, to Fader & Durst; for Emily Fisher the building at 166 Forty-eighth street to Henry Mes trum. Albeit R. Ashforth has leased space In the St Paul HulldlntT, 220 Broadway, to Charles K. 1'lper, Juan Temoel & Co., "William Radford, Herman T. Hevenor, Henry Pomerehne and Georgo P. Lalble. UPTOWN APARTMENTS LEASED. Feua s: Elllman have leased an apart ment at 380 Riverside Drive to Rtchafd H. White; at 146 West Seventy-sixth street to Miss Peggy Eleanor, at 175 West Sevcnty-pecond street to Alfred B. Clements; nt 640 West Knd avenue to Merton 11 Klngaley; at 161 West Seventy-second street to Max Sommer; at 360 West Eightieth Btreet to Walter Z. Shafer and at 370 Manhattan avenue to , Mrs. Ulllan Pollock, Simon Schenlscr nd Percy V. Davidson. LOW PRICES FOR LOTS. More than 800 persons attended the auction sale of the holdings of the Bond and Mortgage Guarantee Company held In the Brooklyn Auction Rooms last night by tho Jere Johnson Jr. Com pany, and many secured cheap property. It was said that the property as a whole brought much less than tho assessed value of the holdings. As the'eompany waaYiot seeking top prices, but amounts that would cover Its Interest In the prop erties, bidders secured lots at low prices, "No property In the sale except that on the Shore road near Eightieth street brought more than 8875 a lot. The Shore road property sold for SIS,7S0, Howard K. Jones bought it.1? Tho thirty lota on Fort Hamilton Parkway, Kleventh ave nue and Fifty-fifth street, brought 115, 4 DO. The prices paid for these lots j ranged from $C73 to 1875, The eleven lots on Kaat Third street nnd Avenue J jtold for 16,750, prices ranging from 1400 to 3750 a lot. RESULTS AT AUCTION. (At 14 Vesey street). By Arthur C. Sheridan. 7nt ST. 61 W. n s, 618 w Central rark W, 13.10x100,11, 3 sty basemt dwlg W wtV Johnaon et al, tratrs, agt A I Lewis et al; due, $11,796.98; taxes, Ac, 4150.80: to the plaintiff for 310.000. Ily J. K. Mayers. IJ8TII ST. 64 W, a a, 335 Lenox av, 33x100.11, 3 sty tnt Sarah Friedman agt Berthu Welnhatisen et al; due, JI.J07.45; taxes, Ac, 3382.CS! prior ratg, $19,000; to the plaintiff for 919,270. (At 3208 Third avenue;. By Henry Brady. WnnSTEIl AV, s, !S s 204th st, ItfOx 100, vacant J It (Irate agt 1'eterTieery 't al; due, $10,818. 43; taxes, Ac, 3524.30. to tho plaintiff for $11,600, Jl Jamea J. Donovan. JinOOlC AV, 994 n a. 110.6 n 16th st. 27.8x111. (x25.11x!02.3 4 sty flat MsnKera- -jrusi v., irsiee, age Annie ICaderman at al: due. 911.311.541 taxes Vc, 614i to th jjlalntlff for l,000, TRANSACTIONS RECORDED. TRANSFERS. (With name and address of owner and at torney.) Dimntoim. ... .'Snul1' of Fourteenth atrect.l M ATKIl ST. 680, 34.8163 Peter Sloholm to A I. Upsseiin oorpn, "33 Ilway, mtg llt.OOO. Sept j; uy, jno K. Itoeaer, lt BWSV tl CLINTON ST. S4. 10.1x71. 11 JUrJe l'!ly Co'Pn to Eva 'Dlamondaton. 881 ll hillock v, Brons, b and a, c a sr. all Hem; attys, Kraknwen & I'. 303 Broad war t :D AV, a. SJ.io a 9th at. 36.10x121; :d av. 140, a. M.J a th t, 36.101133 Ilosl Stenachel to Besalo Newman. 25 ??.ul.n Vernon av. Arverne. It of Q. mtg 191.300, Aug 14; atty. 12 8 Mansfield, ti Liberty at $100 1JTH ST. a a. ISJ w 3th av. :083 Is 7.: Uth at. 10 w. a a. SIS w 5th av. 87 x20slrreg Land .Mop lUalty Corpn to Paul Jones riealty To, 1 Rector SI. inlg 1184. 000. Aug IJj tty, Louis Iloehm. 2 lleelnr t 8100 Vjtt Side, v (Kaat of Fifth Ave., between Fourteenth 14TII ST. 88 K; IJth .t. 14 W 18th at, 1;8, IS, 11, n and 8S-K Cj 8th av. 1. 5. 7; 14th at. 5 K; 18th at. 7- B: 14th at. 2 E; 14th at. 18 to 36 K; 18th at. J- W: 14th at. 22 to 44 W: 14th at, 9 to 2$ E: Union Sq. 5 to 0i 16lh at. 20 B; Lnlon Sq, 11.15 ISth at. 4-18 and 22 B: Mh av, 71 and 84 to II; ! and 4 and 38 JO W; 18th at. 8-18 and 4l W: 14th at. J-2. nnd 29 to tt W; 15lh at. 11-28 K. Union Sq. 17-19; 2d it. 115 W; 121th 100 K; mtg. 8120.000 on fth av, 71, and IJth at. 2 and 4 Pred T Van Beuren and Ella, hla wife, to Michael M Van Beuren, Newport It I; Mary S King. Convent Station. N J; Klti .1 Jojr. 49 W 87th at; f F an Tleuren. Jr. 812 Park av, and Loulae D Payne. 890 Park av. 8-800 part. In undivided lnt of party let part. Aug .'V. att'a. Mltcholl M. 44 Wall at .(lift 14TH HT, 429 II. 28x108.: Morrla Pavldo wlta to Tony Orun. 68 W 114th at. mtg li"?0- My 15' lils- atty. Aug Knati, 88 Pine at BEISKSfAN rr.irr n (i,ti flpltser to Molllo Slegman. 2 W 110th' mi .,mu, eept io; any, Samuel Oellor. 277 Bway $100 87TH ST. a a. 100 Jd av, 25x100.8 Phllln Menschel to Tle.alp Newman. 23 South ernon av. Arverne. H of O. Aur 14; tty. Ily M JlanaHeld, 55 Liberty l $85,300 88T1I ST. a. H9.8 n Id nv, 17.7x100.9 Terence Curry to..HtIdt Farley. 19 Columhua av, CHIT StSe. N J, mts $8,000, Sept S; atty, Jno II Rogali. 145 .Na au at $1 3D AV, 1891, e a. 25.2x100; Slit at. 824-4 n. a a. i57. e 2d av. 52.6x102.:; 83d at. a a. 306 e lat av, 25x102.2 Samuel Davla to Bavld nealty Co. 81 W 118th at. b and a. all liana; atty, A II Schnarx, 130 Ful. ton at II ID AV, 18 4. 25x100 Hahnemann Hoipltsl to Chaa B llaakell. 227 Main at, Oranre. N J. July 21; attya, Scott, O B. 47 Cedar at $100 2D AV, 1848, 75.8 a 96th at. 35x100 Mary K Marsh to Chaa K HaaV.ll. 327 Main at, Oranie, N J. July 30; atty. same. .SI 2D AV, 1850. 25x100 Jamea II Ottley and ano. exra, Sarah W Gilbert to Frank II Skldmore, 51 Clark at. Dklyn, all lin.. April 20. 1917: attya. aame 810.00(1 2D AV. 1850. 25x100 Frank II Skldmore to Chaa F. Haskell, Orange, N J, Sept 5; attya, same $100 2D AV. 1846-1850, 75x100 Chaa B Haskell to Alicia I. Laird. 182 V Btth St. all liens, mtc 111.500, Sept 6 1100 Wnt Star. (Weat of Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth and 110th streets.) 7TH AV 121. ?S"9. Jno 1 Hull to Und, his wife. 200 IV 129th at. Jan 30; atty, Patrick J O'llelrne. 132 Nassau at $1 2D ST. 65 W. 20x100.5 Mary Margaret to rtnrlln Ilealty corpn. 27 llllam ar. mlr 330,000. all liens. Atur 20; attya, Whaley. W 'F. 27 William at 8100 100TII ST. 317 W, 19x100.11 Memphis Tteattv Co to Nettle Cohen. 317 W 100th at. mtc 120,000, Sept 6 J 81 104TH ST. 25 W, 80x100.11 (foreclo July 23. 1918) Cornelius Hath. ret. to Hugh Donohue, 148 E 47th st, and Ajinle Donn- nue, Zs w loith et, .sent li; atty. Title Guar & Trust Co. 176 Bway.... $30,500 Uptown. (Manhattan Island, north of 110th street.) MADISON AV, n a, 75.10 n 115th st, 2hx 84 Lilly Rosenthal to Ida Rosenthal, 61 K fllh st, 1-3 part. mtfT $20,000. Sept 4: attys, Krakower ft 1". 309 Bway $1 1ST AV, 3831. 25x100. tl; 1st av. 2338. .a e cor 120th st. 26.5x100, a t Samuel Davis to Savld Realty Co, 83 W 118th at. all Hens; atty, A II Schwarz, 110 Fulton st II 132D ST. 143 W, 16.8x100.11 Samuel Klchen to N" Y & Suburban Cooperative Bldg and Loan Assn. mtg $8,450, Aug 30: artty. Robt H Bergman. 2804 3d av..31 134TH ST, 117 W, 17.10x9.11 (foreelos June 24) Chaa II strong, ref, to Geo F Ken dall. 17 W 12!lh st. Sept 10; atty. Jno B Johnston. 100 Bway $7,200 7TH AV, aw cor 12Sth et, 29.11x85 Jno H Butt to I'eter .7 McCann. 337 E 22d si, Jan 30; atty, V J oueirno, in Nassau st 81 7TII AV, w cor 128th at. 29.11x85 Peter .1 McCann to Jno H and Lena Butt. 200 W 128th st. Jan SO; atty. p J O'Belrne, 132 Nassau st $1 129TH ST, 151 W, 25x99.11 (foreclosure, Aug 20, 118) Alfred II Townley, rf, to Julia. F Henes. 21 K 8M st. Aug ea- itv TMw M Rurrhard. Ill Broail- wav $25,000 lttLTII ST. s. 1S0.S e Broadway. 20. lx 117 1x20x118.11 Alicia I. Iilrcl to .las II Crulkshank. at Freeport. L I. mtg 318,000, all liens, Sept 6; attya, Scott. i A if. ii ueaar ai RT Kll'IIOI.AH AV. 1340 and 1942. 3C.5x 100 Patk Corey to Cath, hla wife, 1340 St Nlcholaa aV, mtg $40,000, all liens. Sept 10 $65,000 AMSTERDAM AV, 2533.253. 8.10xl00x Irreg Harry and Bella. Kallman to Rose Kallman, 17 Moore at, Uklyn, Sept 10; atty, Leo lchnfran, 61 Chambers at H00 Bronx. rnnrntivh nf Tho Bronx.) HULL AV, e e. 75 n 209th st, Zxlj0 Maria Hanken to I.uder Hanken, 8102 Hull av. Sept 10, attys, Chedsey ft It. 320 Bway 3D AV. e s, 289.6 n Wendover av. 26x 126 Mark Frledner to Rose Frledner, 1101 "th av. Sept 3; atty, J M Levlne. 4A rr ift at . $1 SOUTHERN BLVD. I860, e s, 501100 M.pto Wauer to Chaa J Crowley, 70 T..-L- .v mtr 130.000. Sent 10: atty. T O T Co. 174 Bway. ..... .i.. ..1100 LOTS 243 to 246. map Joel Wolfe Chaa J Crowley to Marie Wauer, 1634 Bryant av. Sept 10. atty. T O & T Co, 176 Tlwav .,.$100 r, a iirvur. AV n 183 at. 100x15 W 8 A Bldg & Constn Co, Inc. to Ernest Romano. 43 Lexington av, Jersey City, N J. July 31; atty, Goodman & M, 61 Chamhera at AQUEDUCT AV. EAST, 2340, e r. 16x K0.9 Clavton Blty Co to Adelaide 1. nAltl ?S40 Auueduct av. mtE 33,800. Dt 10: atty. T O i T Co. 176 Bway.$l iniiEnnr.T AV. EAST. 2888. a a. 16x82.1 Same to Isaac A Holloway, 2388 Aque duct av. mtg JJ.800. Sept 10; same Mv 81 LOTS 4 TO 8. 36 to 37 and 165 and 168. map uctavia .mobb- Aiirmi r.iKowi i Leah Scheuer, 510 W 135th et. April 4. 1917; atty. A Fergess. 110 15 126th st.850 LOTS 231 and 232. map Upland Rlty Co Alfred Fergess to Leah Scheuer, 610 W 133th at. April 4, 1917; atty, A Fergess. 110 B 125th at 1100 MARMION AV, ano 178th at, runs e 166.4 to Southern Boul t s 36. Si w 171.2x n 33.2 Louis Smith to Jos Kleiner. 15 Fort Washington av. mtgs $67,000, Aug 21; atty, Kleiner & K, 298 Bway... .1100 MORTGAGES. (With name and address of lender and attorney.) 1 Kast Side. (East of Fifth avenue, between Four' lenth and 110th streets.) 2D AV, 1846.1850, 7BxliH), p in. Sept 6 Chaa K Haskell, Orange, N J, to Cen tral Savlnga Bank, 107 4th av, due Sept 10, 1923, fift; attys. Amend & A, 110 Nassau at $28,000 SAME PROPERTY. Sept 10 Same to Jos (! Gorey. 3.1H W Ssth st. due Sept 0, 1020, 0'.. pr mtg $28,000; atty, Law. yers 7 t T Co, 100 Bway $3,000 West Side. (West of Fifth aenue, between Fourteenth and 110th atreeta.) 104TH ST, n a, 150 w Central rark W, 30x 100.1, p m. Sept 11 Hugh and Annie Donohue to Josephine M Chamberlain, Harrison. N Y. and ano, trustees. H yrs, &".; atty, Title Guar & T Co, 170 Bway $21,000 I'ptown. (Manhattan Island, north of 110th street.) 12HTH HT, n e. 100.5 w lnox av. 17.10x 00.11. p m. Sept 10 Geo V Ilendall to Equitable, Life Aesur Soelety .of U S, due Aug 1, 1021, 0"c: attys, Alexander t G, 120 Bway $3,000 same -j-uurEin v B -PROPERTY Same to M T Manton, Bayport, L I. due March 1.1, 1023, l, mtg $S,0(0; utty, Jno B Johnston, at nr 100 Bway $3,:50 Bronx, (norough of The Bronx.) 8TEBBINS AV, 1020, n e cor 146th at, 77 8x20 Ellas Llfshlta to Abr Wolfaon, 97 Murray at, Flushing, L I, pr mtg $5, 000. Aug 29, due Nov 29, 1919, 6; atty, A Wolfaon. 401 W 69th at $1,000 BRISTOW ST, 1S84, e a. 60x100 John II O Hohnhorat to Fred Cook, 1522 Jessup av, pr mtg 827.000, Sept 4, 3 yrs. (: attva, Randall A I.. 149 Bw y .... $3,500 SOUTHERN BOULEVARD, 1.1110, e s, R0x 100 Chaa J Crowley to Mario Wuner, 1634 Bryant av, pr mtg $30,000, Sept 10, 8 yra, 6; atty, C A Furthinan, Sd av und 148th st 13,000 SATISFIED MoltTGARKS. (With name and address of lenders' at torney.) Manhattan. I rnnsi'ECT PL. w a. 17.1 n ri .is I w.front.n w cor 1st. av, 10.8x0a Flora, wife II Pohalakl, lo Herman O Kudllch, exr nlll John Kudlleh or Hudson Co, N J, April 22, 13911 attya, Kudllch Klnrk. 140 Nassau at (5,500 162IJ ST, a a, 1-40 w Fort Washington av, 135x99.11 J M II Co, Inc. 8 W 32d St, to Kdnnrd fl Avery, Mast Hampton, I. I, and Van Hick Kslute, 331 Madlaon av, Marrh 14, 1I6; atty, Van Dyck Ektate, 331 Madison av $135,000 SAM 13 PltOI'EltTV Same to Abr llpilr, BO W 77th at, Marrh 14, 1010; attya. Stoddard & Mark. 128 Ilnay $17, 500 SAMB rrtOPBllTV Same to Israel D Jllock and Samuel J Jacob., exra will Pauline Block. Oct . 1917; atty. New lork Tltlo Mtg Co, 135 Ilway. .$10,500 6TH AV, n e cor 34th at, runs n 173. 8x o (Mix n 18 0 to a a .ISth at X e S2.llxa08.flx w 3x a 98. 9X w 150 to beg Utility ltealty Corpn. 30 B 42d at. to National City Co, :.l Wail at, Feb 15, 1911; ally, Lawyers Title & T Co, 100 Hway.lOOO.OOO 109T1I ST, 211 K New Amsterdam Mtg Co, 2 William at, to Mnldcn l.sne Sav Jla.nk, 170 Ilway, April !9, 1916: attys, Itoelker, Bailey & Stlger, 63 William 't 110,000 1S2D ST, 8 WHernard Welnsteln nnd ano to Clarence u Hutchinson, 8 W 132d at. Feb 26, 190l?atty, Edw J Krug, Jr. 210 Bay ,, I20TH ST. 7 W William Whitney to Krvln I. Thorpe, Thomaeton, Conn, June 29, 1917; atty, A M Itellly. 63 Park Row.$400 ARMY fptciil Dtapatci to Tur. Sex. WASHINGTON, Sept. 11. These army orders were imued to-day: Aviation Section, Signal. Following to Tallferro Field for duty: Second Ueuts. Mlllrn 8. Anderson, S;f.?.r." u- Leslie D. Blanchard, SJ .'.'lm T "rady. Mark 1L Burch, Thlllp F. Cabell. Floyd W. Evans, Charles Graham, Jr., Howard A. Hall, Orvllle C. Hollopeter, Reginald O. Ham jnpnd. G. E. Haynea, Clayton C. Lavlne. Mllo McCune. William F. Ordway. l'aftl renberthy. John B. Shaver. Herbert C '""ac J. Williams, Paul Worth. 1) llllam P. Flniny. Air Seni'ce, Production. Cart. A. J. Turker Is transferred to th 'vision ot unitary Aeronautl- and will proceed to Fort Omaha, .Nebraska, and report In perron to the commanding of- licer army balloon school that place, for dnlv. First Lieut. George O. Scarlett upon com- w.tuii ui Ldmoorarv ntiiv in n.iniii m-iii proceed to Buffalo and repart In person- ui. tommuumi oencer Aircraft ito ductlon depot. Caralrr. n' order from tho War Department of ; . . v' ""i uireciing uoi. jamea Lockett, cavalry, to proceed to Fort R ley, Kan., Is revoked. Col. Lockett will proceed to Forf Myer, Virginia, for duty In command of tfs Eleventh Cav- Col. John C. 'Waterman. First Cavalry. Is reitavtd from a.slgnment to Fort Riley. lanis, and will assume command of that post. Col. Frank 11 f iK,,..t c....-- Army, Is assigned to tlie First Cavalry ! and will proceed to Join that regiment. I Denial. I Following from duty places specified to Camp Dlx for dutv: Klr.t M.tit. Tr.rf. I eric A. Ballachey. Buffalo, and William Veleer. West Orange, N. J. First Lieut. Charles D. Denhnlm from duty at Camp Greenlear, Georgia, to War Trlaoii Barracks No. 2, that camp, for duty. First Lieut. O. II. Hester from duty at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, to Camp Greenlear, that post, for, Instruction. Kngtneers. Caeta. Joseph A. Donahey, Edward W. Roblnwin and Frank N. Smith to Camp A. A. Humphreys. Virginia, for.duty. Capt, Justin T. Kingdom to duty In office of Chief of Engineers. Major John A. Gil. man to Camp Wheeler, Georgia, for duty. Allen Stacy Hadley appointed First Lieu tenant Engineers. U. 8. A., to Camp A. A. Humphreys. Virginia, for duty. Following to Camp A. A. Humphreys, Vlr. glnla, for duty: Capta. Roy H. Dillon. Frederick I'. Swartz. First Ueuts. John II. Brook, Jr.. Wallace j. Cross. Chester B. Lewis. Addison O. Mann, Iolfh ltob artes. Robert 8. Iloyer, Gilbert M. Stout and Leo K. Townsend. Quartermaster- Corps. Cant. Stanley W. Galhuly trom present duties to Washington, l. C , for tem porary duty; on completion to lla!elh, Following appointed Second IJeutenants to duty as shown: Private First Class Pierce Withers to Camp Zachary Tay lor, Kentucky; Sergeant Martin Luther Knolde to Recruit tfnip, Syracuse, N. Y ; Private Robert James Chalmers to ramp Johnston, Florida: Sergeant Charles Torrence Evans to camp Kearny, Cali fornia; Sergnant Max Agnr to Camp Kustls, Virginia. Quartrrmsster-Sergeane Roy Lawrcnco Clancy to Jamp Sheridan. Alabama. Capt. Henry I Hall to Camp Gordon, Georgia. Second IJeut Whitney J. Rider to Camp MacArthur, Texas; ?JaJor Ezra B. Whitman to Camp Meade, Maryland, Major George I Peterson to Camp Jack eon, South Carolina, Major Murray War ner to Oanip DU. New Jersey; Second Lieut, lmuel Scarborough to Kelt Field, Texas. Col. Hugh J. Gallagher to Fort Mason. California for temporary duty; upon completion to Siberia and report to com manding General American Expedition ary Forces for duty as Chief Quarter master. Following appointed in Quartermaster Corps. To "be Colonels Lieut -Cols. Lin coln Bush. Charles I. Hartman. To be IJeutennnt-Colonels Majors Louts Cal vert, Herbert S. Crocker, Eugene R, Abadle, Engineers; Ralph F. Proctor. (Iran B .Strlckler, Engineers. To be Majors Capts. Arthur A. O'Brien, John F Sullivan, Engineers. John W. Cramer, William G. Maupln, William H. Supp'.ee, Engineers: II. W. Pond. William II. Rlblett and John C. McCubbln; John K. Thompson. Engineers. To be Captains First Ueuts. William A. Coates, J. S. 1. amble, Ernest J. Rtstrdt, James H. llubey. Gilbert C. Eastman, Robert F. Field. Walter A. Sumner and Peter L. Sala, Engineers; Norley Gates. Quartermaster Corps; Ernest Kitchen, Engineers; Arthur F. O. Cederetrom. Quartermaster Corps; Maurice I". O'Con nor, Joseph II. Brown, William H. Vincents, Engineers; William Steele 3d, Ordnance Department: William P. Cook, Jr., and Alex Mlchaelson, Quar termaster Corps; Clifford E. Paine, En gineers; George W. I.udwlck, Ordnance Department: Robert V Stureman, En gineers; George v. Thurber and Robert E. Dudley, Quartermaster Corps; El wood Avery, Engineers. James H. Stal ker, James W. Llewelyn, Charles 7. Raslre, Horatio Seymour. Frederick C Runge, Herbert G. Jory. Ralph W. Felix. Charlea C Metr. John Orulck ehank, Kenneth II. Talbot, Cheater B. Ellison, Quartermaster Corps. Wln throp F, Howe, Engineers; William P. Fox and Sidney M. Chase. Quar termaster Corps: Ira F. Bennett, L,n glneers; Alfred K. Sllvernall, James G. Browne, B. H. Taylor, John S. Van Bergen, William lis. Snyder. Charles It. Hickman, Merrltt Dibble. Robert 8 Carl-ion, Henry Wlllrox, Edward R. Llndabury. Charles B, JIurrh. James C. Dusenberry, John R. Fugard. George C. Jeffries. Harry S. Oderman. Wlrth F. Smith, Robert K. Vinton, John Grover Shea, J. 11. Ostermari, Robert F. Griffith, Richard C. Smith. C. M. Colony, C. H. Depuy. William H. Irwin riamlnr. Guv H. l'eters. Walter E, Buckingham, Quartermaster Corps; William S. Grace, rcngineers; i. . Stringer, Hugh B. Estep. Charlea B. Spencer, William C. Catlln, John C. nhirin. William W. Weaver. Hugh I. master, George B. Squlera and Second Lieut. Joseph M. Story, Quartermaster Corps. To be First Lieutenants Second Ueuts. August E. Lewis, C. C. Ade, Engineers; .in. tin Ti. Itartxor. Harold A. Thomson. T.n-l. II l.emiin nov A- Wlnxett. Allien Sears Van F. prultt anil John E. Bul lock. 'Q. M. C: William 14 Shivers, En gineers; C, F.. Freeland, I.cster W. Dun lei, Ovaries C Wat.nn, Harold S. Mad dock, A. D. McClelland, Reub Abrams, John D. Giver, Shannon D. Kramer, James C. Ilambrlght, Paul E. Webh, Alan T. Bowler. Georgo M. Adams. Ernest C Forrest, George W. Young, Morton H. Herxog, William C. Lump rechter, Francia J. Clark. Howard B. Parker, William F. Roberts, Harold 11. .lolfflaton. Victor If. Eggert. William F. Fisher, William R. Crook. Hugh C. Hidden, tt II. Westrott, Bussell O. Klllge, Richard C Phillip. Joseph A. Brown, W, II, Johnson, It. II. Scott. Joseph M Murphy. Charles M. Messe, W. D. Nsnce. William V Smith. William F. Ickhardt. R. V. Cross and F, M, itn.e a. It. c ' Major Walter E. Spear to Camp Upton New York. Major W. V. Donds fron duties In office of acting Quartermaster upinn. om General to Camp Wheeler. Georgia; Major W. D. Hallantlne. navinj; com pleted temporary dutv at Port Mason. California, to Grand Rapids, Mich. Sergeant First Class Fred James Roth np- Solnted Second Lieutenant, to Camp ohnslon. Florida. Richard Mltton appointed Captain, to Washington, D. C. for duty. Following appointed Second Uetilenants to duty na shown: Corporal Charles W, Beaver to Washington, D. C. ; Sergeant Mlehasl M. Walsh to Camp Johnaon, Florida: Prlvato W, J, Roscher lo Syra cuse, ,S", Y, t Quartermaster Sergeant Robert Nicholson to Camp Johnston, Florida! Sergeants Pierce II. Martven and L, E. Hawver to Camp Johnston, Floridi. Infanlrr. Brlg.-Gen. 1 II, French lo Camp SevIer.J oum Carolina, ior iiuiy. Major 8. J. Chamberlain, at Hohoken, N, J to Camp Kearny, California. Col. Ralph McCoy to Seventi' -eighth In MECHANICS LIENS. Manhattan. 48TH ST, 163 W Abraham Kaufman art Bdw O Gleoman, owner; William Jacob son, contractor 185 . nnoADWAY, 1708-1722 John I Kano U.i art Ford Motor Co, owner; Jingarre Construction Co", Inc. contractor.$2,028.45 DIIOADWAV. n e cor 54th at, 103.7x54.7 Ilufua Darrow'a Son. Inc. agt Ford Motor Co. owner; lxmgacre Construction Co, contractor... $1,764.6 Bronx. TBEMONT AV, 508-614 Melrose Marble Works, Inr, agt Caroline IMlent. owner and contractor , Ill" JEP.OMB AV. 1868-1870 Noonan Uldg Ma terial Co, Inc. agt Oeorge D llbermeyer, owner; William H Schorer, contrac tor 8270.07 SATISFIED MKCIIANIC'S MEN. Bronx. DAVIDSON AV, a e cor 181d at, X John W Farrell agt W 8 A Illdg A Const Co et at, June 17, 1916 C.TOO MANHATTAN ALTERATION. SSTH ST, 219 E, to a 6 sty lofts Revtl- Ion Frerea, 26 W 36th at, owner; H J Mananeld, 136 William at, archt; cost, 84.900. ORDERS First Ueut. Iyil. if. Bell, Infantry, to Camp Hancock, Georgia, Ordnance. Hrnry Buckley Rodma appointed Captain, to Washington, D. C. Sergeant James O'Hara, Ordnance Supply Department, appointed Second IJeuten ant: proceed to Meturhen, N. J.. and re port in person to the commanding officer Rarltan depot. Resignation of Second Ueut. Clarence M. Smith, Ordnanm Department, accepted by the President, to take effect this date. Medical. Major Eugene K Opto appointed Ueuten-ant-Colonel t. C. Capt W. II. Norton from du'y at Army rMedlral School, Washington. D. C. lo Camp Jackson, South Carolina, for tem porary dutv. Following First Lieutenants appointed t.apiaina in tlie Medical corps: Harry B. Chalfant, Fred E. Hlckson. Major Earl D. Bond, on temporary duty In office of Surgeon-General, to Hobokrn, j.. ror coneuii&tion: upon completion win return to office of Surgeon-General. Capt. Faul Dewltt o the Oovernor of the State nt Tennessee for duty aa medical aid; Major Haggard from medical aid to Oovernor of Tennessee to Washington, D. C, for temporary duty. First Lieut. .Robert V. Funeton to Rocke feller Institute for Medical Research, New York, for Instruction: upon comple tion to Camp Oreenleaf, Georgia. Thomas Goodell Charles appointed First Lieutenant, to Camp Taylor. Kentucky, for temporary duty. Major James Forben from duty at Ann Arbor, Mich , to Camp X, Cape May, N. J., for tem porary duty. First Lieut. J. M. Fump rey from duty at Camp Kelly, Texas, to Payne Field, Mississippi. Contract Surgeon Joseph Slattery to Camp Sher man. Ohio. First Ueut. E. J. Walker from Washington. I). C. to Camp Sher- msn, umo. rnr temporary duty. Orders August 28, 1918, relating to First Ueut. James L. Wilson amended to re lieve him from duty at Boboken, N J . and direct him to Camp .Dodge, Iowa, Emory Ira Whitehead appointed Captain, to Fort Riley, Kan. as, for Instruction. David Hendryx Hill appointed First Lieu tensnt for a course at Yale Army Laboratory School, New Haven, Conn. Following appointed First Lieutenants. Mudlcal Corps, to Camp Greenlear, Georgia, for Instructions: Garden c. Stuart, John A. Kropacek, 1". J. Ful Unglm. Walter Louis Cottlngham. Will iam David Barry. Joseph Bear. Charles Clifton Lnng. William F. Glasler, John Herbert Hare, Wllford H. Cnitcher. Robert Eaton Andrews. Harvey Clifford Houser, Joseph P. Casper. Capt. Rudolph J. E. Oden from duty at Camp Oreenleaf to Rochester, Minn., for Instruction, upon completion to Camp Grant, Illinois, for temporary duly In bare hospital. Edward John Gotthelf, Jr., appointed First Lieutenant, to Fort Riley, Kansas, for Instruction. Eugene B. Pendleton appointed Captain. Medical Corps, to Camp Greenleaf, Georgia, for Instruction. George S. Laird appointed First Lieuten ant, to Camp Dlx. New Jersey, for duty In haae hospital. Edwin S. Budge appointed Captain; to Canip Fremont. California. Fred F. Jones appointed First Lieutenant; to Camp Greenleaf. Georgia. . R. Butler appointed Major; to Wash ington. D. V John S. Billings appointed Major; to Camp itreeniear. tieorgia. Following appointed Captains, to Cnnip Greenleaf, Georgia. for Inatructlon: David I- Martin. James S. King, An drew T Custer. F. S. Wlnslow, Earl G. Covcrdale, Reginald I.. Cameron. Following appointed First Ueutenant. to Camp Greenleaf, Georgia, for instruc tion: Bart c White, Edwin E. Bond, Thomas A Williams. Roal H. Xlayhew. Nlcholaa W Kelly, JoI C Land, George A. 7.1eg. Thomaa A. Whitfield, William M. Collins, Alfred E. Gardner. Following officers from duty at Camp Devens, Massachusetts, to Fort Snclllng, Minnesota, for duty with Base Hospital No. 109: First Ueut. Wann Lagston, Medical Corps; Second Ueut. Joseph M. Scott, Sanitary Corps. First Llout. Joseph E. McClelland from pre.ent duties at Camp Beauregard, !,oufslanA, to commanding General that camp for duty with Base Hospital No. 120. Followintr officers of the Medical Corps from duty at Camp Kearny, California, to Camp Fremont, California, for duty: First Lleuts. Nels P. Anderson. II. B. McCrory. First Lieut. Frank J. Qulst. M. C from duVv at Camp Dlx, New Jersey, to Will, lanlsbrldae, N. Y., for temporary duty. Roy G. Lamson appointed Captain; to Fort Riley. Kansas, for Instruction. William M, Gertman appointed First Lieu tenant; to Camp Gseenleaf, Georgia, for Instruction. Veterinary. First Lieut. Ralph M Bell appointed Captain. George W. constable appointed Major. Air Service (Aeronautic). William A. I.udwlck appointed Captain; to Washington, D. C. Second Lieut. Lee N, Brutus to command ing officer Brooks Field, Texas. Following appointed Second Lieutenants, to active duly aa shown: C W. Todd, it. B. Roberts, Walter J. Meng and Dennis James McLaughlin to Kelly Field. Texas; It. I Mllner to Camp Wise, Texas. Cadet It. J Bushman appointed Second Uiutenant. Ha will report by wire to Director of Military Aeronautics, Wash ington, u. u.. ror uuty. Norma II. Wood to Call Field. TV...- J. W. Tomllnson to I'ark Field, Ten nessee; Leland 8, Bullls to Dorr Field. Florida; Ira Monroe indwell and Pal j. tiarney to uersiner rield. Louisiana nenncin iiurna to Koerts Field, Arkan sas: Kenneth Craddock and Frank Davis to Fort Omaha. Dnel L. Ultt in Souther Field, Georgia. Jt. c. Crisp to Kelly Field, Texas; Henry ft. Yelser. .lr, to Fort Omaha, Nebraska; David Mlrren Sproyer and Melvln G. Byrne to Gerklner Field. Louisiana; George C, Creasy to Fort Omaha, Nebraska, Jo seph Harry Jacoby to Kelly Field, Texas; Lester 8. Combs to Chanute Field. Illinois; Charles Paul Ward to Souther Field, Georgia; Bonn C. Moore to Dorr Field, Florida; Francis M. Plnckney and Edwaril D, Jamea to Souther Field, Georgia, Sanitary. First Lieut. A. S, Klnier appointed Cap- tain. Seiond Ueut. F. 13. Marsh, South Caro. Una, from duty at Yale Army Labora tory School, New Haven, Connt to Camp, Custer, Michigan. Prlvnte Ralph E. Boyce appointed Sec ond Lieutenant, to Camp Greenleaf, for Instruction. First Ueut. George W. Combs from duty at Camp Sevier to Fort Bliss, Texss. Sergeant (first claaa) Warner Cotton Brockway appointed Second Lieutenant, to Camp Greenleaf for inatructlon. Second Lieut. K. G, Miller from present dutlra to Lonoke, Ark, to Kberts Field, Arkansas. Chemical Warfare Service. Second Ueut. R, R. Bliss from dutlss to Hastings plant, Hastlngs-on-Hudion, N. Y., for duty William Judklns Collins appointed Tlrst Lieutenant, to Camp A. A. Humphreys. irgima, ior auiy as a stuaent in en gineer officers' training csmp. Second Ueut. Vernon 1 Woodbury from present duties to Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland. Sergeant (first class) Louis Arnold Rap port appointed Second Ueutenant, to Washington, D. C. Held Artltlerr. Second Ueut. C. C. Parfet It attached In ine grade wiiirn n now noida to the Air Service (Aeronautics) and will re port to the commanding officer Selfrldge Field, Mount Clemens, Mich., for duty as aerial observer. Coast Artillery. Following officers are nttathed In grade tiny now hold to Air Service (Aeronau tics), to Selfrldge Field, Michigan, for duty as aerial observers! Second Lleuts. Martin Fogel. L. O. aulnther, Fred T Heath, Frederick M, Hopkins, Samuel B. Sllbert and Harry L, Speck. AdJuUnt-tirneral's Department. Second Lieut. Arthur D. Hutchinson an. pointed First Ueutenant, . ; LIVE TOPICS CLOTHING PLANTS TO GET PRIORITY Limitfcd Hnting Trolinbly Will Jio Given Sonic Civilian Factories. Sptcial Detpnlch to Tnr. Sex. VabiiinotoN. Sept. 11. Clothing fac tories engaged on civilian work prob ably will he given n limited priority rating, according to a. statement to-day by an official of the War Industries Board. It was pointed out that this does does not mean that all manufac turers of clothing wilt bo Included on the .priorltlea list because all classes of garments are not essential and It Is not doemed necessary to havo the vast amounts of clothing made ilfew as In tlrres of peace. ' Emphasis was given to the statement already Issued that factories having Government contracts would bo given preference over those catering only to civilian needs, hut after the former's requirements aro satisfied tho Board will consider how far to go in allotting fuel, labor and other necessities lo fac tories devoted exclusively to civilian trade. Holiday for HeaUtraflon. Registration Pay will be. observed as a holiday by most of tho dry goods trade. Most of the largo commission houses In the rlty will lm closed and with the announcement of one of the largo dry goods houses e.trrday that It will not be open for business, the others aro expected to follow suit. The woollen trade. It li believed, will take Ite cue from one of Its leading firms, which has announced Us Intention of closing. Many of the silk firms will ehut up shop. Tho Eastern anninery Associa tion has stated, however, that tncro win bo no general holiday In tho trade, and tho Associated Fur Manufacturers, Inc., Is not planning a closing of the mem bers' businesses. Automobile Sho Cancelled. Special Pttpaleh to Tug Sex. t Washington", Sept. 11. At tho re quest of the War Industries Board, and tho Commission of Finished Products the national automobile shows of 1919 have been cancelled by tho National Automo bile Chamber of Commerce. The shows were to hao been held during January and February In New York and Chi cago. Waist Lranue Itrdaro Colors, Seven colors will constitute the entire list of tho United Waist Leniruc of America's color card to be issued in about a month. 1-tst fall ,1hc league had nine colors, but the fewer number has beon resorted to ?n conformity with tho War Industries "Board's recommen dations for conservation. Will Establish Arbitration Board. A hoard to arbitrate disputes between members of the Hat Frame Manufac turers' Association and their employees probably will bo established. At a meeting of tlie association It was de cided such a board would be of value. Buyers in the City. Piece Goods. BALTIMORE S. Neuberger A Bro. S. Neuberger (dress goo. I., linens, white goods, prints and ginghams). Hotel Im perial BALTIMORE Kramer it Feldman. A. Kramer (dry soads), Hotel Breslln. BFKFAI.O J, Miller (dry goods, notions, c ), Hotel Hrostell. DAJILINC.TO.V. s. T. E. Sleigh (dry goods, &c ), Hotel Breslln CHICAGO-c Stein (pleco goods). Hotel Colllngw oo,. CINCINNATI Brandt Inr Mr. Brandt (piece goods), Union Square Hotel CINCINNATI 1. Johnson (dry goods, fcc.l. Hotel Seville. SIACON, OA. Dntinenhcrg Co. It. Block (cotton nd pleco goods i, S. .7. Dannen-t'-rg (general mcrcandlse), 1133 Broad way. MEItlDEN. CONN. Ives. Ppham & Rand. A. P. Convard (silks and dress goods), 401 Fourth av., llfth floor. NEWHCTiVrOKT. .MASS. Osgood & Os good. J Osgood i dry goods and fur nishing goods). Hotel lAtham. NOItltlSTOWN, PA.-rll. C. Warner (dry goods). 105 Grand street, Hotel York NORWICH. CONN Held & Hughes Co. (dry goods). N. E. Church (dress golds, silks, elvets and linings), 404 Fourth nv , Hotel Continental. PITTSIICIIG Rosenbamn Co. SIIss A, IC Stern (ribbons and neckwear), A. 1'antl, lid We.t 32d St. PITTSBURG Ro-enbaum Co. (dry goods), P. W. Hamilton (shoeal, 116 West 32d St.. Hotel Navarre. PROVIDENCE, It. I. Gladdlnej Dry Goods Co. D. W. Morton (dress goods, silks, cottons and patterns), W. O Jeffery (coats, suits and skirts), 200 Fifth av., room 516. PROVIDENCE. R. I. Manufacturers Out let Co. George Slotr (notions, buttons, trimmings, toilet roods), 120 West 32d st.. Hotel Hermitage. PROVIDENCE. R. I Joe Levye (cotton goods and remnants), Broadway Central Hotel. ST JOSEPH, MO - Rrlttaln Drv Goods Co. W. Jones (drv goods). 320 Broadway ST JOSEPH, MO. Tootle, Campbell Co. Mr Waller (dry goods), 60 Worth st. UT1CA J. B. Wells & Son U, SIIss E. Herman (laces and trimmings), MArtha Washington Hotel. WASHINGTON M. C.o'.denberg. L S. Rese (linens and art goods), 1140 Broadway, Hotel Grand. BALTISIORE Goldenberg Bros. D. Rosenberg (silks). New Strand Hotel, BALTIMORE A, Askln (dry goods. Ac), Hotel York. BOSTON - - H. Goldman (manufacturer dresses and suits). Hotel Continental. BUFFALO--SI. Stelnhorn (silks nd dress goods). Broadway Central Hotel. BURLINGTON. N. C Goodman Hosiery Mills. J, lioouman (manufacturer ho siery), lintel Continental CARTHAGE. N. Y J, Nolan (dry goods, Ac. I. Hotel Walllck. CLEVELAND Claw son 4 Wilson Cn. Mr. .lerman (dry goods), cure of 43 Leonard St. FORT WAYNE. 1ND. R. Pollack (manu facturer waists). Holland House GREENSBORO. N. C Latham Stills. Mr, lAtham (manufacturer noaieryj. Hotel Wwlllck HAOBK8TOWN, SID. A. Barnhart (man ufacturer pantu, overalls, &c. ), Hotel Breslln. HOPEWELL VAi I. Goren (dry goods, Ac.), Broariwav Central Hotel. HUNTINGTON, W. VA Watts & Rttter. It. Kurtshnlx (dry goods), care of 48 Ionard st. INTlf ANAPOMS Havens & Geddes. Mr. Slltchell (dry goods), care of 73 Leon ard st. LEBANON. PA Hank Bros. Mr. Haak (drv irnnds. Ac ). Hotel Breslln. SIF.MI'HIS A. SIcCoy (dry goods, c), lintel Cumberland. SIIDDI.F.TOWN. CONN W. Daniels (dry goons. c I, tiniei jiinain, NASHVILLE. TKNN P. Sloan (dry goods. AC ). Hotel Breslln. OIL CITY, PA Wslker A Maxwell. Mr, Clawsnn (drv goods, Ac. 77 Grand Hotel. PHILADELPHIA Boehm A Co. A. M. Batten (manufacturers dressing aacques and kimonos), Grand lintel. Till LA DELPHI A S. Dymond (piece goods), Grand Hotel ST. LOUIS Rosen thai, Slnnn Co. Mr. Barnes (ribbons Ac ). Hotel Breslln. UTICA A. S, T. Hunter. Sir. Cramer (dry goods), Hotel Navarre, Bendy "to Wear. ATLANTA ChambTlan, Johnson, Du Hose. Frank Qulllan (coats, suits, waists and dressea), care Van Buren, 1140 Broadway, BOSTON L. P. Hollander A Co. Mrs. A. S. Blood (misses' dressea and suits), 650 Fifth av., Holland House. BOHTON Sleyer, Jonaason Co. Mrs, A. Hogan (waists), 100 West 32d at. CINCINNATI SI. Meyers (ready to wear), Hotel Grand. COLl'SIBUS. OHIO Union Co. Mr. Ueb- erman (rioaag Mini suits), care of A. FantI, 116 West 32d at. COLU.MHL't. OHIO I. & R. Lazarus Co. A. Oavery (women's garments), Hotel Colllngwuod. COLUMIU'S L. V. Covert (cloaks, sirrfs, Ac). Prince George Hotel. COLUS1BUS. OHIO Union Co. Mr. Lleb erman (cloaks and suits), 116 West 32d ai., lourirenin lioor, FALL RIVER J. Koblnion (cloaks, suits Ac), Union fc'ijuara Hotel, ; OF THE COMMERCIAL WORLD j Womenls Clothe to Coat More, Is Report AlUHE In prices of women's ap parel is predicted by manu facturer's and dealers. They say that tho Industry's being left off the priority list will be ono of tho reasons for higher charges, for tho output will be curtailed though the demand will be no less. Higher prices which will be charged for piece goods because of tho lack of supply will also bo reflected In tho upparel market, they preuicu 1IALTOKE, MASS. N. Donnell (women's ready tri wear). Hotel Latham. HOUSTON, TEX. Hognn A Allnoch. Mr. Barrett (cloaks, eults, Ac), 256 Church LANCASTER. PA. Burhan A Brown. F. traft (rloaka, eulte. Ac), Hotel Grand. SIEMPHIS Bry Block Stereanttie Co. S. Greenblatt (ready to wear), care Klrby, Block A Fischer, 11S0 Broadway. SIEMPHIS W. Friedman (women's cloth ing. Ac.l. Hotel Grand. MUSKOGEE. OKLA. SI, C. Splvy Co. B. K. Splvy (ladles' ready to war and fur nlahlng goods). Hotel Imperial. NEW ORLEANS II. I. Nick Mfg. Co. I. Alnynlclt (manufacturer walats, petti coats, aklrts. Ac). Hotel Latham. PHILADELPHIA H. J. Conn, Ine. B. F. Conn (manufatturera cloaks and aults), Hotal Aberdeen. PHILADELPHIA Blauner'a. Sliss Ma honey (skirts), 16 Eaat 26th at. ROCHEifTER J. Greenhouae A Son. G. II. Greenhouae (coats and suits), Hotel Breslln. ROCHESTER reople's Credit Co. J. Zobel (clothing and cloaks), 200 Fifth av.. Hotel Breslln. SEATTLE MaoDougsl A Southwlck Co, W r, Gerber (cloaks, suits, furs, waists . nd shawls), 23 Esst 26th s'., room 810. SPRINGFIELD. MASS. Forbe, A Wallace. SIIss Lolinea (dresses), 230 Fifth av.. t'lghteentir floor , SUFFOLK, VA. SI. Werble '(w omen's wear), Hersld Square Hotel. UTICA Doyle, Knower Co. L. C. Knower (dresses and suite), 277 Fifth av. WASHINGTON Sporkln & Greenberg. S. Greenbcrg (ready to wear). Hotel Flan ders. DETROIT H. A B. Marks. 1L Marks (women's furs), Hotel Breslln. CHARLESTON. W. VA. 8. Gasser (women's wear). Grand Hotel. CHICAGO F. Kicker (ready to wear). Hotel Broxtell. COLUMBIA, P. C. J. L Tapn Co. Sir. Tapp' (ready to wear). Hotel Continental. LANCASTER. PA. Buchanan A Brow-m Sir. Buchanan (ready to wear), Orand Hotel. MANCHESTER, N. H.T. Lovely (wojpen'a wear). Hotel Continental. SIOLINE. ILL Grossman A Co. Sir. Grossman (ready to wear). Hotel Aber deen. NEW ORLEANS J. Burnsteln (women's wear). Hotel Aberdeen. OLEAN. N. Y C. Coburn (ready lo wear). Grand Hotel. PITTSBURG Uttle A Cohen. Sir. Cohen (ready to wear), Herald Square Hotel. SANDUSKY. OHIO S. Wiener (ready to wear), Grand Hotel. SAVANNAH L. Wolf (cloaks, sulls, 4c), Grand Hotel. UTICA Roeeneteln & Co. Sir. Bosensteln (ready to wear). Hotel Aberdeen. .Millinery. BIHSIINOHASI. ALA Parisian Co. SIIss i narlotte Sigwaid (millinery), care J. T. Leonard, 363 Fourth av. BOSTON Superior Stllllnery Co. P. SI. Glnsburg (mli:inerv) j Hotel Gregorian. CLEVELAND. OHIO -Miss L Dewsld (mllllneryl. Union Square Hotel. LOS ANGELES A. Stewart (millinery). Hotel Webster. WHEELING, W. VA. Stone A Thomas. SIIss A. SI. Norris (millinery), 1270 Broadway, room 614, Hons Furnishings. BUFFALO Adam, SIcldrum & Anderson Co. 'V. G. Schaefer (house furnlshtng goods, chins, crockery, silverware and stoves). 230 Fifth av. NEW BEDFORD New Bedford Dry Goods Cn. .1. J. Qulnlan (furniture and phono graphs). 404 Fourth av NEWPORT King, Mcl.eod Co. A. H. Bennett (rugs, draperies and uphol stery). Hotel Grand. nil LA DEI, PI 1 1 A A. Cohen (furniture). Hotel Aberdeen. PHILADELPHIA Ridge Avenue Furni ture and Storage Co. SI. Welsnian (fui nlture). Hotel Imperial WESTERLY. R. I. Gavltt Co. F. Gavltt (house furnishings, Ac), Hotel Conti nental. Slen'a and Itoya' rnrnlsnlngs. BALTISIORE S. H. Sillier (clothing and men's furnishing goods). Herald Square Hotel. BOSTON Gilchrist A Co. Mr. Gallagher linen's and hoys' furnishings, base ment), 200 Fifth art, room COJ. BItlDUEl,ORT--Hnwland Dry Goods Co. J. D. Granfleld im-r. s furnishings, hosiery, unaeraear, gloves handker chiefs and umbrellas), 404 Fourth av., fifth floor BUFFALO Rehbaum Stores. B. E. Roro wlch (men's hats). Broadway Central Hotel. FA Y ETTE VI I.LE. N C Stein Bros. J. Stein (men's clothing). Herald Square Hotel LEBANON, PA. J. S Baahnre (men's rlothlnr and furnishing goods). Herald Square Hotel. PHILADELPHIA Olmb.l Bros. I). S. Scot: (men's furnishings), Broadway and Thirty-second st. SCR ANTON Davi. AIli A Bro. D. J. II. Da Is (men's wear). Hotel Grand. WASHINGTON, PA. A It. Caldwell Co T. B. Caldwell (men's furnishing innri Jiermiiage, rjasl zza St. BOSTON W. B. Manufacturing Co. S. Weber (manufacturers boja' clothing), Brnadnav Central Hotel. E.MPORIUSf. PA It. Seger & Co. R. Seger (clothing and tailoring goods). Hotel York. NORWICH, CONN. Norwich Overall Co., Inc. B, Dsvldson (manufacturers over alls), Broadway Central Hotel. Sliecellaneous. BALTfSIOnE The Huh, E C. Dillon (hosiery, gloves and knit goods), Hotel ITmplro. BALTIMORE Rnlzman Bros. sir Salz man (manufacturers shirts). He-aid Square Hotel. BOSTON R. II. Star A. Co. Sirs. J. S. B. Francis (representing), W. I. Wood Heather goods, Jewelry, millinery, neck wear and ribbons), 200 Fifth av, BOSTON I. Ginsberg (general merchan dleo). Hotel Gregorian. BOSTON W. Fllene's Sons Co. SIIss Watts (Infants' dresses), sirs. Phillips (costumes and dresses), Miss B. Thulln (ruffllngsl. 116 West 32d St. BOSTON The Fashion Store. ,T. K. Jones (dry goods nnd garments), S03 Fifth av.. care Rofder. BOSTON Jordan .Marsh Co. SI. .7. Slurphy (black and dress goods). SI'ss K J. Sutton (buttons), G. W. I.ltt'e (children's dresses and rompers, base ment), 48." Fourth av.. Hotel Breslln. BOSTON L. Miller Co. SI. .Miller (clothing). Broadway Central Hotel. BOSTON Gilchrist A Co. SIIss Cath cart (ladles' neckwear and trimmings), basement buyers, sir. Cohen (ladles' aults, dresses, coata, skirts), SIIss Kelt ner (muslin underwear. Infants' wear, corsets, house dresses, braaaterre. petti coats), Sirs. Palmer (waists), Mr. KocH (millinery, girls' dresses and coats), 200 Fifth av room CO!. BOSTON S, Vorenherg Co. J. C Harri son (cloaks, suits, cnlldren'a wear and mllllnerv). Hotel Broxtell. BUFFALO M. Marchand A Sr..i., A M Slarchand (dry goods, milliner. ,.. and carpels). Hotel Imperial. nUFFAI-O-Wlltlam llenrrerer A Co. Mrs. I S. B, Slellon (Infants' near), caro of Associated Dry Goods Corporation. 2 Set 37th st. BUFFAI.O Hens A Kellv Co. c. E. Has. sett (millinery). .7. L Hreeso (laces. embroideries, neckwear, veilings, hand-' kerchiefs. trimmings and ribbons). Hotel Latham. .1133 Broadway. , CHICAGO Sears, Roebuck A Co. Sir 1 A,',k,?.'!!;n. (representing), SIIss Luecke' I 116 1- If til av, . CIIICOGO si. Schwarls (general mer- I chandlse). Hotel Continental, I CHICAGO Marshall Field A Co. SIIss I Dross (retail dressmsklnx) : Mi. mT.! ' Donald (reloll umbrellas and parasols).! n'." I, , 1 u wrapsi, miss w v..,.,,ir,i i.hui, nnti uressesl: .Mrs. M .1, Ward (retail ladles' underwear). SIIss reealee (samel; SIIss J. tireeniV i hooltsi Miss Slanstleld (retail adterttalnc): Sliss Sloysley (retail women's neckwear): c Uoollttle (retail white enods); p n Titus (retail white voods), J. Dan'nen birif (retail boja' clothing), sir. Hitch cock (wholesale carpeta), sir. Davis ama) : R o. Stevens (retail carpets); Miss SI. Hune (retail dresses): SIIss An derson (Infants' outflttlnr, retail); Sllis ONell (retail women'a aklrta), 1107 Broadway. CINCINNATI A. P. Lounebery (uphol atery. tapestries, plushes, velours, broc atelles, carriage irlmmlnes. auto trim inlnga and top supplies, manufacturers' agent). Park Aienue Hotel, CINCINNATI Alms, Doenke Co, Miss Lelve (hosiery): SIIss Dusenbury (un derwear), 3S0 Broadway, CLKVKLAND. O Lindner Co. J. ,T Kellev (merchandise manneer), 11 10 Broadway, ParJt Avenue Hotel. COLUSIBUS. O. P. & B. Laiarus Co. T II, Slebert (ehoeeJ.r-S Fifth avenue; Hotel Colllngwood. DBTKOIT Newcomb, Undlcott & Co. T Plnney (fancy leather roods): J. Scott Ulntni),. I9 Fifth BTanue. NORFOLK, VA. K. A SI. Illrschler Co.. Inc. Sf. Illrschler idomeatlca and ho alery), 72 Leonnrd atreet. room 411. NORTH ADAMS. SIASH. C. A. nochat Co. Sllsa II. J. Shields and II. O. Flnd layson (notions, toilet goods, leather goods, art goods). Park Avenue Hotel. PA WTUCKET Barley Co. Mr. Borden (Jewelry, notions, sVc). Hotel Breslln. PHILADELPHIA Lit Bros. Sirs. C. O. Cook (ribbons). Sir. Feldman (Jobs, dresses), 1261 Broadway, room 1009. PHILADELPHIA Gore. Burnsteln Co. I Gore (manufacturer eklrta), Hotel Breslln. Business Troubles. Petitions In Bankruptcy. Petitions In bankruptcy Tied yesterday In the United States District Court were: ABDALLA SIAHOON Voluntary petition by Abdalla Slaroon, merchant, 28 Broadway. Uabllltles, 310,020: assets, 32.1,73.1. Principal claims: SI. A 'V. Naumberg A Co.. IMNJ; Louis A. Schwartx A Co.. 3440. and Nathan Strauss A Co.. 1484. Charles Firestone, SB Broadway, la the attorney. JULIO E. I1ERRARA Involuntary peti tion against Julio llerrara. Importer and exporter. 17 Battery place. IJabllitiea and assets not stated. Principal claim: SI. A. Oody, 81,r.OO. Robert P. Levis. 42 Broadway, Is the attorney. Discharge In Bankruptcy. Judge Startln T Stanton In the United Statea District Court yeaterday granted the followlngidtechargea: Fried 4. Co.. Basil I'ampos. W. F. Slur ray A Co , Ixiula II. Bachner, Henry Frldrnan. Flecker A Altschuler, Corlnne Newmark. Sarah Kati, Harry S. Raleigh. Thomas B. Wheeler. Jonathan E. Tamrax, Sigmund Waaserman and John Cort. Judgments. SIANHATTAN. The following Judgments were filed yea. terday, September 11; the first name being ' mat or tne debtor: Alilegro, Marin. Michael Allligm, i Cartlna Spallone. and Nicholas , Spallone G. F Martens et al . 82,103.47 Apfel, Ignaco I. Bankers Eitntes j Cc 217.87 Axelrod. Herman A. Baskt et vl. 252.6S ' Blake. Sllchael Watt StcClelland Brooklyn cement Stone Co jse.is Bechir, Alexander (A. Becher A Co.) A. Relchbart 321.31 Bennett. Mildred ft. J. Hlrach.. 305.41 Ballln, Gustave, Jr. J. B. Gra ham S8S.7I Cuoxxo, Erneat J and John Gag llano American Tract Society. 133.10 Doctor, Herman Spring Snap Fastener Co., Inc 136.61 EIo Building Co., Inc, and United States Fidelity A Guar anty Co. O. Hungerford 1,108.71 Oreenbaum, Samuel W. Coakley; coata 127.00 Gambut, Jules Slarcel Gode- froy ot al 287.82 Jaroe, Samuel E. Taueey 331.21 King Textile Co., Inc. J. Licit- tenlhal 636.38 Lunhlhn, Leo Truat Realty Corp. 621.52 Kuznetz. Jacob, alao known aa Jack Kusnctz (Brooklyn Dental Laboratory) fl. Schneider .... 232.63 King, Vincent C Slartln I. Stew art and Robert H. Held Lon don A Lancashire Indemnity Co, ot America 10,491.26 SIcAvoy. James Fireproof Prod ucts Co., Inc 871.60 Nicholas, Stanley Sylvester- Ir- Mng National Hank of N. Y... 628.80 Neuman. Harry E. F. W. Blau- elt et al 161.87 Plaser. Abraham SI. Bedler.... 118.20 Potofsky. Albert J. Selden- frled 220.29 Salt. M doe, and Abraham Itosen- blum T. (1. Clrelll Shlrm, Edw, J. Beacon Tails Rubber Shoe Co Solomon, Theophlle St., and Wm. A. Deverall Samuel Wall A Co Saxe, Eugene Slarden Ofa A Hastings Corp Sherrl. Andrea and Slary W. H. Dunbar et al.... Thlele, Ernst .7. lchth euser . Union Real Estate CXs Walter G. 621.91 198.60 7.913.67 B,77.43 108.33 186.70 Oakman. Samuel Untermyer and Guaranty Trust Co. or . Y . exr's, Ac. City ot N. Y., costs Union Real Estate Co.. Walter G. Oakman. Samuel Untermyer. Guaranty Trust Co. of N. V.. ev'rs, and lnterborough Rapid Transit Co. Same, costs Same E. K. SlcCall et al., costs. Von Rtttberg, John, also known a. Jack Tyrrel. and Sterling Film Corp. e?. Cogut Wrlgley, Robert B. II. A. Sillier Wlndeor I.and and Improvement Co. C. Ockhoff 101.68 108.00 103.00 2,570.70 123.70 i.i::.is BRONX. The first name, Is that of the debtor jiioeman, jin, as gdn. G. Hales Slfg. Co., Ino Cecil, Slorrla and William I. Brill Krevny, Dora A. SI. Snttong ... Londlno. William R. B. string ham La Spins. John, and Christina SI. Nlshett N. Y. County National Hank SIcAvoy. James Fireproof Prod uct.. Co , Inc StcNaught, Kutherlne J. Werner Satisfied Judgments. $24.30 290.44 78.88 131.61 87.79 371.60 39.00 SIANHATTAN. Tho first name is that nf the debtor; the second that of the creditor and date when Judgment was field: Flnkelstein, Herman I. Punie: June 17, 1914 (cancelled) Friedman, Ludolph American Watch and Diamond Co.; Julv 5, 1913 ' Welsman, Henry City of .N. v.: Oct. im Geerlng. Harry It. Gordon's Dry Gin 'o . Ltd.; June 21 lsu. . . Slannlx, .Tunic, a. W. B. Ager et nl ; Jan. 11, 1913 , . Kaplan. Aaron N. Glantz; Nov. 22. 1916 Gillespie. William S. E. Davis Dec. 24. 1913 McCafferty. James a Lord A rsylor; May 18, 1918 Inter Continental Construction Co. Barrett Co.; July lo, 1918. BRONX. Keeney. John Central Consum ers Wine und Liquor Co; Jan. 11. 1918 Urlon Railway Co. nf N. Y C J. Craven; .March 2, 1917 103.79 128.24 220.36 330.20 144.43 403.73 119.34 232.10 941.10 140.98 1.033.8S union Railway Cn. of N. y J. Dorsey; Dec 6. 1917 . Zimmerman. Henry N. Ryan; June 10, 1918... . C. 147.1 cis.sj ; f Yesterday's Fires. "jj A. SI. 13:60 836 Sladiscn tension nf Loss av,: rear building: ex- un- l.nnu'n t.i.i 3 :S3 mth H and enterlor streets. The Bronx; shanty; CnurCi I.. Vat Co 31laht 6:0: 50 W. Hroadwaj; dye and r,?lar-.V";li Unknown :33 265 West S4th st.; awnlnc. Jacob Ruppert Trlfllnr 9:l0-15 Leonard st.; John Sim- nons i Trifling 8CSISIRR RESORTS. NEW JKUSKV Atlunllc Clly. THI IU0WI RUOtil HOtrtl Of THI WIRLD ai uartTIc CITY, N.J, "THE NATION'S HEALTH SHOr" MIAtTM IB IPSICKSCV A Germicide Climate and Clcin Streets. No Duit. No Dirt. Innumerable Out- wi ir(icsiions ina inaoor Lnirrtstnments tusrtlllstUKSwaisal J08UM WHIT! t UNI CO. Hotel St. Charles With Its new absolutely fireproof addition. Entire block on ocean front. Tlie final ei. presilon In hotel appointment, service and comfort. Alwaya open. Illustrated liters, ture. WIU.IASI A. LKIX'H, Manager. NtW JEUSEV Spring Laka Beach. NEW MONMOUTH HOTEL Spring Lake Beach, N. J. Ideal seashore resort. PRANK P. bllUTK, .Mgr. NEW JEILSEV Asbury l'urll. ASBL'RV PARK. The Ideal resort, comblnlne ocean, lakes and country, Write Publicity Bureau. 303 Boardwalk. Aabury Park, N. J. l'ENNSVI.VAMX Cunadcn.ls. SPRUCE CABIN INN Rooms en Suite wlthajath. llklt. Slusiv. A i Amusements W. J, & M D, PRICK. P. O. Canadensis. P-. MtW aOUh Clen eprGTgZ Th Glen Spring. WatUlna, N. T. Ulnars! eprlBE Utallh Beeort. fcend for Beofct -M-WHKJDSONM- RIVER fJY L INE DAILY. INCLUDING SUNDAY. Direct Ball Cunnecttuna to all points is the Catakllls, Saratoga, the Adliundarlts, the West and North. All through rail llcketa between New Yorli and Albany sua Troy Evening Lin llcketa accepted. Slutlc. Restaurant. Religious and patriotic services earn Sunday on board and at 2 13 1'. SI. (a Pavilion No. J, Btar Mountain. Halt fare for all soldiers and sailors li unuorm. A.M. A.M. Bough.1 keeps lo Service 10 00 10.2(1 in-4t) 11 10 1I0 1:1.7 l mi 2:isi 2:30 I. St. Situr-hy tipedil 2:01 4 cm t, Vim -3 ''ID " 5 t:."0 . UP BOATS Sew York: eabrosces Rt. . West 42d St... West I2th8t.. Yonkera Bear Mountain. Through Service K-.AO S.no t):?0 '1.40 1):30 I Weit I'olnt ! ( week d'yi only) I Cornwall i Newburgb .lilt, Attn i:nl 7 :(i eii'rio l:IO 2iin a:40 rougnaeepste . Klnrafin I'olot Cauklll Hudson Albany Return boata samo day from points marked afford Ideal one-day outings. Far Information telephone Tamil 'M00. il l I: ' ;l Lavn Tier 32. N. H.. fool i hii.i - week days. 6 P. SI., Hund.ns nmt h.i i. 9 P. SI.; West 132d St., half hour 1 1 HTKAMEKS TROJAN AM) BENfXEI.AI.l!. Express freight soriico. Autom i carried. Sunday day trips to Ncntm and return, $1.00. ' Our beau'irul Illustrated -sear n c it Sfagaslne" sent free. HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY TROY EVENING LINE Daily Except Saturday to troy direct Modern steel freight and p.-is.enger a" era "Clermont" and "Onteoru" lene foi.f Chrlatopher St. dnlly, 6 V. SI.; West i St.. 6.30 P. SI.; West l!9th St., C.4j I' li Due at Troy 6 A. SI. Restaurant. Hor..i and automobiles carried. Tel. t-'prlns IM. "THE PUBLIC nE PLEASED." COLOnuAL LINE BOSTON PY COAT AND RAIL l-nus.itnuc LMiitUi B0A1 ALL OUTSIDE STATEROOMS, $1 To l. Weak days and Sundaya at 3:80 p. SI. Croat Pier Is, N. It., foot West Houston Ml. Phone Spring H49I, A PLEASANT WAY TO l'EMf5T 1HV REAR MOUNTAIN MS 48 SIILES III l'l' THE III Dl Mi.'GranD Republic' "Xk V' .MUSIC. DANCING. KHrithSIIMKNf. llOU.NII TRIP Werkdaa Sn (hlldre,, Sundays Sic Children 50c. inc Wr ' k Bear .Mountain Line. Tel, Broad 1 70S Worcester. 83.62. 1'rovldeni.e direct 82 ji SjTATKKOO.M. fl.UO. S1.6U. S.'.lll). Daily, Including Mindii). r:JO P. M. From 1'ler ls.E.lt. Phone 270U llcemsa. IM..1 ho Ft li tan Like 10 BOSTON $5 twir tax. vl CAPE COD CAN A I r-Matrroomft, .Mrnl 1 li- llt TELEPHoyK n akcIjA y cooo. Trom New Pier iO, Eaat River, foot Pe-'c jfrltp, dally except Sunda). 6 P SI. f Connecticut Ttlver l.arulnrs Ki.r ., SIMM' Ok " KING Y '1'" troupd M.inhuifnn A 1.1 ; Lv Hatterl'l'ler 10 Z0 Tel Bro, I 33: jFALL KlVtK LtlMt In.lde limits to Boston. Lv. IMer 14. N. IL.n.uu I'.M.Uani, TOURS. JAPAN, CHINA .nd INDIA, etc. Tickets Issued by All Routes. Full Information from THOS. COOK & SON, tlS Broadway. SOI l lflli Ave.. V. V CXrURNISIIKD APAUT.MEMS TO 8.ET. Strathmore House Riverside Drive At 113th Street Southeast Corner 11 Rooms & 3 Baths $3,500 Splendid view nf hut. Lare. sunny rooms, ex ceptionally lare cltet . Decoration to bint. Owner on Premises. Tel. 488 Morningside. Thu subway and dcvattil i vi 1 u tneneartoi ,M'w ion, 335 West 14th St. ELKVATOlt M'XItTMVVTS 4-5-6 ROOMS EXTRA LAIir.i:. KSI'lliAI WELL ARftANOKD AlllNliM CLOSET SPAI'L III UTIHI I 1 "i DECORATi:i); CO.S I'.NIKN I'l.V LOCATED. RENTS $40 TO $60 2 ROOMS ANB llTII With o-mllhout Kit h n. ii Dining Uouni i ominrt" )li c tSO MADISON I'M I LONG ISLAND REAL LVf ATI! I'OR MK "forest BilTs eafaens 'A rr-rard Movement i Suluirlisn Dei elopnient ' sf Minutes from IVnnj sttt n. trousra nnd sllln riots fur il. SAGF. F-OUrsDATION homi:; r ) 47 W. Sltli St., or l orest Illll., i. i Send fn" Itoollci X s.' CITY REAL BNTA tK. H-?.5 Rusincss Property REAL Ir 1 l:. Cll I IN. I. Ml IM II lUal VMttv tv: William St. 1 .1 Join. ' TO LET lllll IU'IM l'l Itl'H-l ' WILL SCB-I.l.l' ppack - srni w r. i :,ooo h.i. f . iicht ..ii decorated 1 - I ' A !M y OKI'HlT." IS."i"l.i 5 110 West 40th Stree IK1 . rnocosAiji. OIT1CK (JUARTI.I.M AST' ' 10S Mat' lllll St. ' poasla In I'lp' "ate wilt In i above ortlco until el 'ti l&iS, fur niai.ufc' nn,' l . Winter Cip-. h.iip:i ' specification and im ii , talned t the t'l m ' ii ' i ' nosier o.- at 103 l.t'i n i S V cVi"' i;ni i:i I.'!-: !0. 11 l'-t'l se propcsii III tllp 'c r IhlJ nflliu ui li i. tmcr ti. 5'IL f. ?rnii'-. . Ivr. Jsr'xln flctiui m! "iiJ t lafprmatloa a upp'-ialKu m this .rr.