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FRIDAY, MAT 80, 119.
REAL ESTATI AT AUCTION. RIAL ESTATE AT AUOTYaN.
VETERAN KILLED IN FALL
rortfiam RNMt H fflefl from a
fracture of ftie ifH llfieen minute
after rear-Mnr. fhe hnawltAl.
RfAL ESTATE A"
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
REAL ESTATE AT
rat Ratal Dealer TrtaO la
Hnarw Ha t lac Trailer.
In Girlhood
Womanhood
Motherhood'
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- hacker ha and nervoua JrPVi
mean. To the natural, healthful and
Crfeet type of woman there would
no diatreat at eueh period.
Tan to tha Right Reiaady.
.1 -p'i R. Wlllwell. erenty-t yaare '
tM, No :' F.imt Two Hundred and
Twniy-nmt mreei. a real eetate dealer !
wltt an offl'-r at No. A ne.-kman elreet.
MM WUft by falling from the rttfi of
a Wmtdieeler rr at W-hlte I'latna ave
nue. a.M Two Hundred and fifteenth
HNt to-day. He waa on hla way to
re the U. A. R. paeada en Kireralde I
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hlle It wae mnvlna. B IfF. "WW
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ik. ...... in . nt onre and with the I '
Kid of two paaeenaeva rarilad Mr. Btlll
well to ii dniK "tore, from whleh Am
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I arte wtraetlr aw tha orgaaa atattad
aad tonaa tha antlr eyitem.
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TO THE PUBLIC:
TRI EVSlfllfa W0BLO,
AUCTipNIREAL E8TAJBAT AUCTIONv
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REAL ESTATI AT AUCTrOfl ! JMA1 JtJI AUCTI0JN
We will eiecute bids tm intendine, purchaser at tha
Morris Park Auction Sale
authorised by the
State of New York Banking Department
On May 31s and succeeding days
OraaNMBted by nail teaayae that aM eaiehd by muney aeier.
Pssm ft Ellisnsm, 340 Madison Ave., New York
L. J. PHILLIPS & CO.
158 Broadway. New York City,
Will accept orders to buy lota at the
Morris Park Auction Sale
authorised by the
State of New York Banking Department
On May 31st and succeeding days.
Mail erdero aril bw aacutaal far reeponalbU people.
J. Romaine Brown Co.
105 West fOth Street, New York City
WUl kaase flepresentativss at the
Morris Park Auction Sale
State at Hat vBofsSBeel OsssaaajSS
On May Slat and Succeeding Days
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DIAMONDS ON CREDIT.
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FIANOS AND ORGANS.
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F O R EM A N.
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houw Jr.i. kioioao. end ran Mrur.
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ALBANY, N. Y. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1513.
In 1910, through the failure of the Carnegie Trust Company and the Northern Bank of New York, the
Bank ing Department as the liquidator of these institutions came into possession of a large amount of
the securities of the corporation which owned the Morris Park Race Trac!
The Department has agreed to the sale of this property at an absolutely unprotected auction sale in order to 1
r a .1 la. A .1 A ! 1 a II
help pmy tne creoicors or cnese ranea insacuaons.
This DepartmetYt realizes that a large tract of this kind, comitting of 3019 lots, cannot be sold at public or
private sale without a great sacrifice of values.
If . however, such sale is made at public auction, properly advertised, the public, instead of private speculators
with large capital, will have the opportunity to make money from such sacrifice of values.
This opportunity has been explained to the public largely through advertisements and press announcements.
A letter from this Department has been published giving a description of this magnificent property and caU-
ing the attention of the public to it
Attention has bean called to the building up of the Bronx and the steady rie and marked increase in the
value of its real estate.
Corporation sales authorized by the City of New York have been quoted, showing the price at which the
property was sold and the present largely increased values.
It has been shown how small amounts of money invested at previous sales have grown to large amounts by
reason of such increased values, the growth of the district in population, and the erection of buildings.
The steady growth of the City northward from its very beginning, and the cause of such growth, have been
described
It has been shown that this property is in the direct line of growth, and, in fact, thai such growth has at the
present time reached Morris Park.
This growth, caused by transit facilities already built and now building, for the past ten years, the past five
years, and for this last year, have been shown and illustrated.
Everything within the power of the Department has been done to call attention to the sale.
While the Department realizes that the present time is not a favorable one to sell such property at auction,
owing to the low prices of securities, the uncertainty as to tariff changes, and various other causes,
A SALE CAN NO LONGER BE DEFERRED.
The Department feels that it has done its full duty in calling the public's attention to this sale and the
opportunities afforded by it.
IT IS HOPED THAT THE PUBLIC WILL APPRECIATE THE MANNER IN WHICH THIS OFFERING
IS MADE AND SO DEMONSTRATE ITS APPRECIATION THAT THE DEPARTMENT WILL
FEEL JUSTIFIED IN OFFERING FOR SALE IN THIS MANNER OTHER PARCELS OF REAL
ESTATE OWNED BY INSTITUTIONS IN PROCESS OF LIQUIDATION, THUS GIVING TO
ALL THE PEOPLE A CHANCE TO SHARE IN THE PROFITS THAT MAY RESULT FROM
SUCH A SACRIFICE OF VALUES.
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Superintendent Banking Department, State of New York.
Sale Begins To-Morrow, 10 A. M.
AND CONTINUES ON SUCCEEDING WEEK DAYS
In the Club House on the Property Rain or Shine
3 Old Separate Lots, 4 Dwellings and Club House
s
To-Day and Look at the Property!
Go
70 CAN REMAIN ON MORTGAGE
To Get to Morris Park Race Track, takes
IBAak Urt tlnn. At 177th Slraal taka h'orrla Park
At ISOth Straat go to, 180th Strawt atation af tha New Yarh.
th.
Thai Sukwaiv (Weet FarmaTralne) to lTTth Straat
Weetchaeter Boston Rallraaal. and thane to
The Second or Third Avenue Elevated Railroads toKtrh tMuZ
treMay ear to tha property. Or via Now York, Now Haven a Hartford Railroad.
All Crosetown Bronx Cars SS'SLXM.r u ,mh imh iath 8trmt-
Savings Bank Books Taken as Deposit
on the Purchase of Lots.
Titles Insured Free by Lawyers' Title Insurance and Trust Co.
Send for Maps and Particulars to
J. Ckare.ce Savlet, lift ih St aid Sd Ave.. New York Cay
Jasepa P. Say. tl Nassaa St New York City
a WOMI) WANTS WOHB WONDMH. A

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