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STOCK MARKET (Continued from- P>rt One) (Continued on Page Seven) (Continued From Page One) day the market pro- muter* Uvtag within a hall mile oil .. . .. n ; manaaer of the Cornell team, at ■r tone • ml dealing. 1 th* railroad .tation have very lit- ** U “ ' trance **' r Herrtek : Quantum Naval HnapiMl with com- Ive than ycterday 1 tlc luatiflcatlon for adding to the ’ Pari, yesterday — and the govon»-i pound fnu-tur? <>r the rjght leg and a Steel opened 10.600 P^ing problem: by bringtnsaHiMr ; me nt' paid a last tribute on -French j ?trn ‘ v < 1 tight shoulder, or v but .1 ... “ » >■ “ “ ■ ” ,ti ra »h u.. omc or u.. u. 1 k ., sl \;' ‘ 't..\T In hand and bid up I Truitea Clifton doubted that any- . , _ If. lun ' nl *\\\ 'Kenrj -Hoapltul. Diher atccla alio were ' body' living In Scandal* west of the r ne ^**7*®% Admiral Ptrol. , ! IV suhlngton, with a fractured left . ! Po»t Roiul need drive to the .tation ; Peaaanl*. In wooden ahoea. at pod j nrm and aevurnl broken rib*. 1 steady to Arm In! while Mr. Burdett. reminding the ellenfry in the misty rnln as tht i Jo ! ’ n *\ a W ° rk * 8ynuu»e, N. V ---- — -• ---- - — .. -■ n-~.n • hi. ------ .ri, categorized •. . ‘ - coarh of the team, former member hit neighbor.!, ( ° ,h * crofaer j hf the Baltimore basebalF team, at nlon that any i after . resting beneath a bower of , Qilantleo Naval- Hospital with u 5 =d It. perfect- ! nower. In the station (or several , , ™f tu ,;r d ,. nK,,! , ' ho,!* U * r station and to - H. . Faggrrt, Washington, dd- • \ | ver of the bus. at. Quontlco^Naval ... _. r o-_ W-. The great ships to tho ‘ harbor 1 Hospital with n fractured left leg. * p ‘ -I Others less seriously Injured arc: Joseph Frolrldti, team captain: Hrr- — ” -\o. pitcher: Robert LDwl*. Many Scluilli. pitcher. Idon, pitcher: Loiil. l)ur- — Irving ..Ural base; Robert ponijetly, ------ -d ™se: Harry Stein, short- Bred stop; Edward Herbert, third base; ibute , Gu > ‘ Crosby, left Hold;. William f Cushman, center flild; Dr. WilUoag 'Cushman. Sr., of Auburn. N. V.: Letter Uandlnmin. right . “ .eld: Ee--. catCht-r; F. I.flllc*. ^relief ------ - ; David Fletcher Ray, regln- llned | tsar at Cornell; Paul EcUiy. coach; ! played i.Jot,n. Goodman. outtlelder: Harry Gichncr' of \Yaxhingl<>i£ and T. W. ■ if Washington.' \ ' air-1 The Cornell team Was scheduled ( I to meet tho George Washington j University nine here today but it is i believed the game will be called ofT ' ’ schuse becnnse' ’ of t^c accident. ! Addordlug to stdrfca tqWb ’ y- some • ...... — ' the bus. -the driver! eft side of the road , ... w Oiovlng . .ro(id»Vt , r. j ‘ The left front wheel left the curb-1 ng and caused the heavy conch tn| lurch down a ten-foot enibankrueix'l and inter the tree The bus over- ! ------ . (ho>< , hOd ,0 | “ lutet trailing, wmie rails moveo - a narrow range- flight pressure | himself as well as his -ontinurd against the oils with 1 F*v* « »* his opinion standard of Calofomla scUlng off ; Edgemonter would And mors than a point- j » ’ easy to reach *»• .......... In the motor group Genera! Mo- return on foot. ■ 'or. Kid off as did 1 1 — * ------- -- ‘ Packard and Chrysler. Stock price, advance, t Mr Reduction ... ... -Alleghany Corp. . ........... ‘ AlUed Chethlcal ------- j Amer Can ............. R Atncr A Foreign Pwr iAmer Home Prod : ---- Atner International __ tAmtr Loco ......... . ■ Amer 'Metals 'Amer Pwr A Lt .......... ■ Amer Republics ______ ' Amer Smelting --------- : Amer Kteol FiJy. _ ___ “ Amer huenr-. _____ Amer Tel A Tel ------- 1 (\Amer Tobacco ---------- - Amer Tob B ... Amer Water Works - Amer Woolen___ _ ___ during the week dropped their flag, at half mast, d that there were I Score, of little Ashing boats lay on 1 h^' nmtr', V '■ • m4U \ ‘ or tho n “ K * lowc,,ir Herrick. ; N «1 -iladdon, p d none ofthe ei ' W, ‘ ° h,d re(u3ed n desert Purls-land, onlstant manager; t the store blocks ' rhrn the eneTny P oun,I,a ' » l her Cohn.. Ur.t fc ............... is d/gro^rf tti^i** 1 ** 10 war-time, was leav.ogj secondl»- ■ France for the last time and lire- | *t°P: Edwart a-ered. principally, ton peasanta paid as sincere tribute I Gu > ‘ Crosby, rhilt Road, on the as did Official Parts, illroad, and Grath . As the Ambassador's body was carried aboard tho Admiral ’ s barge 1 information have ^ convey «i w lhp Tourvllle. the | d ,L' . crul * ‘ ‘ r ^ qu*rtcr deck war * 1 ...... •' : it «5J, sk £ -a* “ ™ ■- j- the Star Spangled Bnnngr. . j ------ — s of an <jay park- ; The wu placed / in- the i Shelly, ken k that their j cruiser's mortuary chapel' iay be checked up planes circled overhead, pond by card and Gently the jtreat jrfay cn )t may be dlscov- away from the wjfaarm ar _ . tlon of,these per- propellers shoved the Tourvlll* ; astchester, Gresn- away from the wharf and as Its j as well as Sear.- the crews of all ship* in the har- llrovp ■ _____ j bar lined the rails and paid tribute 1 _ ni) n v titt i? \e'asxsasss.i--* ... - • | 'll lj Pi ! through the morning from the grrar Borden Co. ____ Brook Manh Tr Buttendk --------- - Byers A M ------ - Caltf Pac t I r ’ ; _ __ Calumet A Herla force the door before they could | escape. Fortunately, -fire- did not: break bul. ’ - — / ‘ All of those less m-rlously. Injured ' were ciil by Hying gtarot amr badly I .bruised. Some were brought on to' Washington after llrst alii treat ­ ment.* and some being left at Quan- Cent Alloy Steel _Cetro De Posc-i. . Cbti Carp ------- Chcs A Ohio ________ ... - ... ‘ Chi Mil St P & Pac __ SJH 33'« Chi MU St P A Pac pf SHk \CW 4 NUT Western ___ M K 3 ii Chi R I 4 Pacific ---- 123 E2S Collins 4 Aikroan ____ _ 60 Ul\ Colorado. Fuel _______ g & ‘ 4 M ‘ «- Columbla Gas 4 Elec_lMS 1391, Comnver Solvents ____ 2B3 300% Commonwealth Power _128% 128 top , .lea Buaincs* Expansion Compel) ! Firm to Make Move, L. Carey Declares The Fidelity Title and Guaranty Company of Mount Vernon signed a lease today for larger quarters for tts white Plains branch. Now located In the Bamum Building on Court atraeu, the aon>- pany has taken the space formerly occupied by Humphrey J- Lynch at the corner of Main and Court. Allan L. Carey, treasurer and general manager of th. company, was In Whit. Plains today to dose the IransacUon and he announced that the new quarter, would be oc ­ cupied about May L -Samuel Sehop- Ick 1 . the. manager of- the white Plain* ku — k \r d put this money ripht into rral estate — but how ran I know the values will hold up?\ ” That's up to your Realtor — knowing the trend of the city's growth is part of Ids job. ’ --A i* me mol — ___ — „ — .... ...ntai Plains branch. The company, which does a gen- eeral title and mortgage business In Westchester was organised a little ov,r • Few Many prominent FleUchmann ----- Fox Film A _ __ Freeport Texas _ Icneral Asphalt A meeting of., the Westchester Presbytery win be.held In the Pri-s- , — : ---- byterlan Church of White Plaint 'Hffgetl Ihirrisoll on Tuesday, April 18. at which the . t?,.n..l, r lj-:, 1 activities for the past year will he 7 , , . , discussed and reports of thfcatand-i D'H Urt hirc.- II Ing committers rend. | v„, The program of the meeting in- . IJn eludes a session from 10 a. m. to-l The . 12 30 p m- a lunrh at 1 nVIneuV 'hB 111 P ’ lnt :s M • w in ‘ dlnnfr C ° nf \' nCr °«» Kutlshke. Mlegt ■ “ ladder burcltir ” lain - National power 4 Lt N. T. Air Brake ____ New York Central ___ N. T. N. H. 4 Hart _ N. Y. Ont 4 West ._ Norfolk 4 . Western „ North American _ ____ BODY FOUND New York. April 5-<UP) — The body of a man ffoating Iff the 77th j street lake In Central Park was dis ­ covered today by Isaac Straus, of New York, aa he was about to I through a German Inlcrpret ptrad guilty, tie said through Packard iiotor . Paa-Amer Pet B Park 4 Tltford _ Para-Fam-Laaky for burglary, which ie of physical force ito the place. Kut- tunnjey hakes gift -170 168% . 87 88 % . 16% 18 . 88 % 88 % , BOS 60% -M ‘ s, 91% -142 1 C% _ ei .79% 78% - B2% 63 - 22% 22% . 69%» M% 41% *4% Bl . 60% .47 79% .73% 117% ■ — ------- J — — - — fell! ui Ak-I l-j th* City of Salamanca and the Uni ­ versity of Salamanca. OfatCh Valley _ dqutd Carbonlo than unlawful entry and to Justify'' tbe_ Indictment ‘ for burglary. | Kutyshkc was arresied in Harrl ; son nft-.r a patrolman had observed ! a ladder agidnsl tho home of.Frank i \yalsh in the Westcheater-UUtmore I section. The ’ indictment, however 1 lq fer burglarizing the borne of] John Patton several nights before. ! while tlie rattan family were In ; the living room lletening ’ to a radio j WOMAN snoT TO ‘ death B rooklyn. N. Y. — Mr* Catherine Lotoekco. a widow, was shot four times and killed today.' orphaning her four-year-old non. Michael, be ­ cause she accepted a ten-ceot bag of candy from one of her admirers. Paror Klym. 32, of 146 North Third •treat. ■ police eay, confessed to shooting Mrs. Lotoekco. Reading ____ i ns Remington-Rand ______ so Reynolds Tobacco B __ 64% Richfield Oil _________ < 3 % Rio Grande Oil ______ , «o% St. Joseph Lead ______ 70% St L San Francisco __ 112 % Schulte Retail 8 torea__.. 29 Sears Roebuck Shattuck (FG) _______ 129 Simmons Co _ _______ 83 % Sinclair Oil ______ 39 % Stan Gas A Elec _ ____ _ 86 Sian Oil (Can) ______ _ 79% Stan Oil (N J) _______ t»% Stan oil in Y) ______ 434 mesy Ward __ ue% Manufacturing 60% Corporation __ 65% (otora - ini ll Biscuit , > 173 d Cash Regis. 127% il Dairy Prod 123% 1 » — A ■ ..... _ - . . IIW Texas Corp ___________ 65% Texas Gulf ___ _ _____ 79 % Timken Roll eBarl nga_ 79% Uijlon Oil (Cal) 50 % Union Carbide _ _____ 217% Union Pacl%c _________ 215 ■United Electric Coal __ 48 U. 8 . 'Cast Iron Pip* 45 % S. CAROLINE DANFOBTH ra. ‘ Carolina Danforth. age 73. suddenly this morning at the • of her (laughter. Mrs. O. H. Mty. 83 Fenlmore Road. 3ear»- f <»«• to heart failure. Death wad at about ft 30 tfclock. MC Danfo 'i was the- widow of Floyd U Danforth. and had 1 * “ tor some ’ ll *■,. S “ ' in Putnam. Ctt* tfMgbler of Mr. and Mrs •ria Northrop ». Danforth was a member of Homans OJub of Scarndale. * * a rviviy! *>y » brother. Otis imp. of Syracuse, as wall os r daughter. Mrs. O. H. Chaney.* ft-faneral w:u be hrtu on 8un- “ 4 p Dj.. at 8ft Fenlmore •L'. S. Ind AMtibol U. S Leather ___ U. S. Realty 1 ___ ' U. 8 Rubber J __ U- S. Steel _ ____ Utilities pfd A u Warner Broe Picture* 106 Western Maryland 43'. Western Union ----- --- 198 ’ , Waallngh.se Air Brake 48V ncatlnghouse Elec __ 1491. Willy, Overland ___ _ 2 ? Woelworth ____ 3045 Wright Aero _ . 266 THE DAII-Y ITIESS, VIUT^PLAINS; N. Y-FRIDAY, APRIL 5. 192^/. -pSLERHOfiJE 9200 • But the pronouncement of the Fed -1 > • that It would continue j . a monev be^iuw4 foVaDecutaUve 1 ^\ 1 of lhe Bilgemortt Association. ' 2 - oa, 7°^ - Am \ ‘C *\ * “ llllr, “ ' ‘ ' “ V with a compound frncuire of the! rf money belrlg used for speculaUie | rfipri>(M . ntlni| . the lmel(e|iti - of tllP . waved farewell to \France left thigh. Irternal- Injuries, cuts • brought caution Into early) lpc ;lon of the Town of Greeffburgh I The ceremony was simple — like -.an«l bruises. j overlooking Scaradale. t that_ com- j that which marked the state funrr- John H um -II.' I'l'mburah. student I OBITUARY horizon. Strong „d Taylor Win Services Award i «*»:hM.v in'the wieckeg*. it r' A verdict of-a -Jury-lrr-part tiro of * T u ring - an lluu r a ufW«t to- reWa... supreme court here was on Hie to- ; Fog,:« il_. the driver, was J day awarding 3737 and .Interest to: behkid hl.i wheel. It being the law tlrm of Strang and Taylor ! «*'•\*«*>• ««U»ack uwny ihe^ack of; of White Plains and Mount Vernon h 3 ? eat lwfric « he could be taken for professional services renrl-ro.l ou . theGrcat American Really Com- Thtf squad was on It, pany and Hugo Wnb.it of tha 1 “ amcward Hip lis annual; Bronx,, tn aicondemnatlon proceed- J ournu >'- They left Jtlmea ] lags. JusUce Frank U Young pre-1 ln **. “ Wrdty and were due back aided at the trlaL j ncxt Sunday. The realty company claimed the award In condemnation on a plre<* of, land in Cheater Park for thr Hutchinson Valley Parkway was: v 4 v s/ — 1 launch his aallboat man. abouf'S), who doctL._ had been In the water for about days was clad In a gray top ‘ * ir.ctu< In breaking Inti .... ___ Ishke shook hi, head.. I ! . „ , \i <}td not break In.\ he said-, \the ------- - — . Spain. April 3. — Oenc! window was open ahd there wns n Tunney. retired bavywelght pugilis- ' ecrecn. 1 Jurt cut a llttlo bit with tlo king, emerged from .the shelter-1 my knffe In the se(ccti '* “ !* of h, » European honey- j -UMstant District Attorney^ J moon today as a patron of higher ; Uwter Albertson of New -Roclirll, Jf^rnlng. It was announced here 1 nodded his head with satisfaction that Just before sailing for Barce- ; The slight cut tn Uic screen w ‘ a» Ion* Tunnev m.H ------ ... «<ro> ... , u£ . 1c1pd . of . hr law t Q - couUtute a more Krlous offer.-e your R ealtor quants ' against q V*- * Obsolesrcoce^ is a big wo»£ mniiinp a leak in values, dt-i tc obanges in sjyle — or m tbe public ’ s viewpoint. To make money in real ’ estate you should know accurately what the public is demanding in the homes, stores and offices that it buys or rents. * Youp Realtor knows what the public wants! lie is practiced in detecting the obsolescence factors. A nation-wide survey of Depreciation and Obso ­ lescence Fi-'cs him a vast fund of experience to draw &c*n. 'ic is your best adviser on real estate va'tks — end for the years tdVonir. White Plains Realty Board Chapter of the Westchester County Realty Board Phone White Plains 3376 WALTER G. DEWITT. EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Write or Phone for Official List of Realtors RtKltlPW plua ^ eet on West Post Road excavated ready'for. *■ lOCo immfedicts improvement — stores and annrtments — Houses immediate improvement — stores . and apartments — $650 front foot — will divide. - Vi - Stucco, seven rooms, one bath and extra lavatory, built-in garage, sun poirch, steam heat, plot 50x130. Price $15,000. Mortgage $8500. Terms to suit. Corner pld^SOxlOO — six rooms, two baths, sun porch, two ear garage, hot water heat; well planted — $16,000. L,ots Plots Acreage Ridgeview section — 10 rooms, 2 baths, plot 75x175. Three-fourths mile to station, near school. Hot water heat. $22,000. • 14 rooms, 3 baths, hot water, heat, large plot on hill. ‘ convenient to school and station-r-$25,000. ■ . r -- Prospect Park section plot 100x200. 10 rooms, 2 tiled , baths; 2-car garage, sleeping porch and o~cn porch. No-Kol c!l burner. Price $35,000. Will rent uhfu- h- ished at $270 per month. 50x175 plus feet, North^Vhite Plains, $1,500. 75x150, Old Mani|roneck Road, $3,500. 10 plots (50x100 each) for biddjr $22,000. 80 acres — Armonk Bedford Road — large house, barn and cottage, $100,000. ‘ ^ 250 acres — Pound-Ridge Section, $400 an acre; REALTOR- f arT

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