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THE WEEK IN REALTY.
The features of the realty market last •week -were
th- reports regarding the plans for the improve
ment of the greater part of the block bounded by
Uroad. South William and Beaver StS. While th»
Cltj Real Property Investing Company Is reported
to have un-lcr contract many parcels in the block,
ami the intention of the company Is to build an
office huikling- on th<- greater part of It, which, it
Is ?aid, will be larger than any ever built In toe
■world, no disclosure of the plans for the proposed
Improvement have as yet been in. Rle by any mem
ber ■.' the '.-ompruiy. Such a disclosure is not ex
j»ei-ted until tli<- company has perfected its plans.
The buildings in the block so far obtained by the
company are N... C] to OH Broad-st.l >>°- 34 to w
Beaver-st. and So. ■ South VVilHam-st. The last
building adjoin :> Imoi Ico buildings. Some of
The experts in t!:»- r<-.ilty market arc of the opinion
that this operation will lead •„ the improvement
of many parcels n«;ir Delmonico's which have not
been Improved for many years, In fact, some con
■ervative students oi realty conditions, in referring
to this operation, speak oft "awakening of cer
tain streets below WaJl-st. in which no activity
has been ; visible In the building; line within the
memory of some of the oldest livlns: members of
realty associations and corporations."
This assertion may set-in ti> be Idle talk, but It
is generally thought t« contain much that is real
and what will surely take place if no unexpected
orr'.i- l< - arise.
Realty operations of much importance are almom
daily formed and carried out successfully. It la
these constant changes and pleasant surprises thai
add new life to the market and attract the at
tention of hundreds and hundreds of persons who
are not property owners but who have money to
invest. A week or two .mo the principal operations
<*mt d to bo centred in or near Thirty-fourth-st.
and Sixth-aye.; then the transactions In upper
Fifth-aye, attracted more attention than other
deals, and then once more the scene shifted to
the West Side section above Fifty-ninth-st. In the
early part of last week little else was talked about
except the probable plans of the City Real Property
Investing Company in the block bounded by Broad,
3CEW BUILDING TO BE COXSTKrCTKI> BY BPBYEB & < <>. IN I'IMvST.. \i:\K NABBAU.
To be devoted exclusively to their banking buslnc-.«->.
Beaver and Bouth "Willlain sts., and In thf- latter
part of It the operations of Potter Brothers iinil
Samuel McMlUaci In the L-otiff Acr<- Bquare section.
Jt ■was lea-ned late jresterdajr that thf Klaw &
Erlanj?er Cbssitructlon Company waf» betna; organ
ised to build a ih€-atro In the distrl I
SALES MADE YESTERDAY.
IMPERIAL BUILDING REPOKTKI) BOUGHT
BY REALTY COMPANY.
The City Real Property Inventing Company Is re
ported to be the buyer of the Imperial Insurance
Company's building, at No. 31 Pine-st. The build-
Ing was sold son. weeks ago through George R.
Bead.
John C. Heintz has sold to Charles Ifauer a five
■tory flathouse at the northwest corner of One
hundred-and-elfrhty-third-st. and Third-
De Seldlr.R Bros, have Fold a plot of eighteen
acres on the old Hunterfly Road, Brooklyn, for
John C. Brown to John K. Maillie.
Hyman a.- Oppei ■ • :.-n have sold at about Jir.'no
No. 227 East Sixtet-nth-st.. 92x92 feet
Randolph Ouggenhelmer hns Bold Nof. '"• and 41
West One-hundred-and-fourteenth-st.. two live
etory flathouses, on plot 50xKXl.ll feet.
Ferdinand Kaa;le has sol' 1 to T. .1 Mclaughlin
No. 1.7;^ Amsterdam-aye., a five story flathouse, on
Jot 25x100 feet.
M. & I. Harkiewlez have sold to H. A. James No.
52 Rlvlngton-st.. ■ three story dwelling house, on
lot 22x75 feet, for about H5.500.
Oeoryjo F. Johnson & Sons have sold to C. K.
ilapes No. 54 Beck si . ■ two story and basement
brick and stone dwelling house, on lot 25x100 feet.
Barry & MeLauchlii have sold for James T.
Barry the ••• 2.">xl2S feet on the west Bide of Ryer
av«.. 220 feet north of Bumslde-ave.
Max D. Steuer has bought from Charh ■ Gens Not
M and 340 East flrst-st.. on a lot 17.<x1W.5
|Ht
It was rei>orted yesterday that William K. Have
meyer had sold to the <»larke Realty Company Nos.
6, 7 and 9 East Thlrtyr-first-st. and Nos. 8 and 10
East Thlrty-seeond-st. The plot has a frontage of
«?■-, feet In Thirty-first-st. and M feet in Thlrty
recond-st. It was learned that negotiations for
the property were not yet o!o.se<J.
The City Real Property Investing Company
has resold No. 114 East Fortteth-Bt.. a three story
end basement dwelling house, on lot 20x98.9.
Gustavuß \' < '■-> has sold to Thomas C. Shannon
\v 1( . 211 and 213 West One-nun'!reu-an<i-.sixth-81..
two five story Bathouses, on plot 66.5x100.i1. for
191 »>.
Dr George A. Macdonald and David L. Newborr
have sold to Hugh D. Auehlncloss N.>s. 31 and S3
East Slxty-seventh-st., two four story and basement
dwelling nouses, on plot 41x100.5
Ames & Co have sold for M Ksteve.ll7- No. 223
"West Thirty-fourth-st.. a four story dwelling house
on let 16 8x9?. &.
John Slnnolt has sold No. h?j to 521 West Thirty
*ixth-Bt.. three story frame bouses, on plot T.". x '.<>!<
The property adjoins the packing bouse owned by
Charles Rolie and others.
Henry L.. Sprague took title yesterday to a plot
25x197.6. on th« north side of Thirty-ninth-»t., 22T,
fe«t east of M.i is- 1 - ■■!. -■.■•«.. from Mary A. Duer and
other executor* for 1137.508.
The Cosmopolitan Realty Company took title
yesterday to Nos. 31 and '■'-'■ East Kortieth-st. and
No 36 East Thirty-ninth-st.. from he City Real
Property Investing Company, for $19!',500.
The I/mi Acre Realty Company took title yester
day to N. > 147 and 151 West Forty-seventh-st. and
other parcels in thai street from various owners.
FOUR APARTMENT HOUSES SOLD.
F. R. Wood & Co. hie .- sold for Patrick Prender
gast to C. S. Jaecei three five story apartment
bouses, Nos. 209. 211 and -13 West KiKhty-llfih-st..
and th* nix etory elevator ui>arttn*-nt house, No '-■•'
Went EiKhty-Hfth-st.
CRUCIBLE COMPANY HI YN PLANT.
Kicholßon & Co. have boH to the American Re
flnins; and Crucible. Company th.- extensive plant
known a* the Philadelphia Electrk Aorumulator
Company's Works, at Newark, N. J.. on the Panaaic
Biv«-r and the .>. Jersey Central FUilroad, and
adjoining; the Atha Steel Work?-
BROADWAY TABERNACLE'S NEW BITE.
The nroß<lway Tabf>rnafl« Church and Society
took title yesterday to a plot at the northeast cor
ner of Fifty-fix'?:--* and Broadway from the
Centra! Realty Bond and Trust Company for MO,.
000. A house of worship for th»» church srlll be
built on th. 'It. Th* details of this purchase and
ti-e said of the liiuu-lv;~y X«ktn<r4-ici«< «raa«rtv at
TMrty-fnurth-Kt. Bn<l Broadway were r^port^ In
Thp Trihtinf at the time they were made.
BPEYEB & CO.*B NKW BUILDING.
CONTRARY TO THK CUSTOM OF HANKING
HOUSES. IT WILL N< >T BE A
SKYSCRAPER.
The plans for the building t.> ':••• bulll f'»r tlie
banking house of Stpeyer a.- Co. on the premises
Nos. :i and 36 Plne-st., which were fllf-.l by D«
1.- in...- \- Cordes. architects, on Friday at the Bulld-
Inga Department, call :>.r ;i building three stories
in height and t<> cosl about (300.000. This building
Ikis attracted m«.r. :itt<-riii"!i than any buildins of
it.- sisw and cos\ in man} years, for the reason th;tt
_•- i ,i up by »>:;nkinK and
other financial institutions for 5..n,.- years fur th»-ir
ow upancj and other concerns have been larK>*
buildings, ;ind in many Instances what are known
aa skyscrapers. whil< the building for Speyer «t Co.
will be used exclusively by the builders.
The style of the building will be the "Cinque-
Renaissai I I period of Raphael. The
will :•• entirelj i rble or granite. The
silt- of th< building will be 57.9 by 66 feet. Its
h< Ighi from ■ • ii to ;ii:-- will ■-■ 76 feet, The
roof will bi
On tl w) I •■ • private offices for mem
: the firm and a reception hall. In the centre
of the floor will be the reception hall, surrounded
by marble columns, with a semicircle ;ipsis. Tht>
offices win be divided by marble and platefiasa
ii s The fits', floor will 1..- 38 feet hltfh. and
will have ;i heavy embosse-J ceiling, with a. centre
dome light. The floor will also be divided by a
gallery; having In the centre a well hole Jusi above
the reception halL The >■!•/.■ <>f tli<- well hole will
be equal t<> that of th-- reception hall. The p;ill«>ry
will be surrounded by ;i in.iii.i. railing, and is In
tended to accommodate Ihe clerical help of tli<- of
fice, it "ill m!.-" contain the cashier's office and
otli<-r business office«! of the house, The jjitllery
will receive ample lij?ht from front and rear win
dows an 1 the dome light in the p< ntre
The second story will contain a targe reception
room, 30 by 28 feet: ■ lunchroom, wardrobes, bath
rooms, a pantry and three separate office rooms
facing: toward the front and rear. The conference
mom will have v dome ceiling 17 feel hlph. On the
third floor will be rooms for the Janitor and on.
or iv. other rooms.
NEW $.",00,000 BUILDING FOR V. M. C. A.
A LARGE PART WILL BE USED AS A HOTEL
FOR USE OF MEMBERS.
The details of the plans for the building to be
erected in Twc-nty-thlrd-st. west of the Seventlt
ave. by the Young Men's Christian Association
were made public yesterday. The new home of the
organization will cost about WQ.Q"*. and a ] ;irK
part of it will be conducted as a hot« I for the use
of the members of the association. Five floors will
contain Bleeping rooms, ..nd these rooms will be
rented to members nt moderate rat' s. it is «-x
pected that this feature of the new building will be
a popular one.
The style of the building will be Italian Renais
sance. The hei ht will be 120 feet, and it will have
a frontage in Twenty-thlrd-sr. of '■'< feet. The build
ing will he eight stories hiKh in Twenty-thlrd-st.
and nine stories in Twenty-fourth-st. The facade
of the Bret two stories fronting In Twenty-thlrd
st. will be of granite and of brick and terra cotta
tor the six stories above. In the basement will be
a restaurant and kitchen, bicycle room, barbershop
and npace for machinery and coal.
On the main Hour will be the reception room and
office, game room, parlor and coatroom, and in the
Twenty-fourth-st. end the hall, or auditorium, Beat
ing about xix hundred people on the main floor and
gallery. The second floor In the Twenty-thlrd-si
part of the building will be devoted to classrooms
and rooms for different clubs, and on the third floor
■will be the library and stack room. Above thin will
be the swimming pool, baths, lockers, steamroom
and gymnasium, with running track. in the
Twenty-fourth-st. part of the building above the
auditorium, will be a separate suite of rooms for
the boys' department. Including a .small gymna
sium, with five floors of Bleeping rooms for mem
bers above the boys' rooms.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
■»:■:. m i. s. ,'So<> ft •■ of 7th-av«, 20*1005; Kath
trine I! Cases to the Looncre Eternity i'ompany;
mortca«e. $18,000; R S. $15 50 }l
4. r >ih st. No 118 West. 20zlO0.fi; Henrietta O nut*
to the Longa-cre Realty Company; It S. $n 7.1,
mortgage, $12.500 I
34th-«t. ■ s. 2<>. r . ft m of 10th-ave, 43if>S.O; Julia A
Mwhan •! at, executors, to Henry Heyward;
ii 8. $1136 100
13th It. n s. 345 ft c of 7th-ave. 21x103.3; Mary
H Dun. executrix, to Mary a Reynolds: RS. $8. 16,.vi0
2M st. No 1-4 Bast, 25x98.8; Isabella Loring to
Panlel A I. rinK ]
3(«th st. n >, liLT. ft .- of Madison :.v. 2&X197 »i to
40th l; liar) A lm»r pi «i. executors, to Henry
1.. SiTiiKii-. R 8. $67 50 137.
4<"th si. No 34 Bast, j;.*'.«vH; Henry I. Bpraguc to
<'ity J(.-;il Kftnte Property Investigating Com
pany: it s. $23 7.'. 00,000
40th-M. Not 34 and 30 East, and No 30 East 3ftth
*t; City Henl Estate Property Ir;ve«tifr,atlriK
Company to the Cosmopolitan Realty Company;
It >. $!»'. ire 1 ,:."..
Christopher-!*, s s. 103. 8 ft w of Greenwich aye.
2<> 7xSN.Sx4o.3x.">4.r>: Jamfs X Levin*** to Bra .1
Hosiers and another: R B. $141 1
:;.",<! St. No 4KI v..- 1 . ..".\:i>«''. Robert S Cleverdon
and another to Joachim Deeompi": it H *2 2f>:
mortgage, 112 Mm 10,400
47th-st. n s, 340 ft c of 7th aye. 20x100.5; Sarah
i: Cocceshall to the Ix>nsacre Realty Company;
It S. $13 75 100
47th at. No ir.l West. 'JOxlOO.fi; Klla E Craig to
the Uongacre Realty Company; It S. $13 7.'i l
47th »t. No 147 West 3Jx100.5: Adelaide X
Ka«ton. trustee to th« Longacre Realty Com
pany; R s. $13 73 80.080
IKtli -i. No 16 s ■ 176.6 f[ « of Broadway. 23.1 Ox
HtxlMxlfi: Charles Hruwnold to Samuel H Btune;
mortjrajre. $4.'.<>00: R S. $625 flri.miM
On* half pan and nil title to one half of Hers 2B
an.l 27. on East River, «rharve* etc; Maria L
l>aly to4)avld I^ydlK IS -".ik,
r.2.1 *t. No 255. i: n. 1M It c of Bth ■ •-. 14x100.5; '
William X iv.nn.-lly to Mary lrwln; mortgage.
*•- (WO; V. S. tt2i Nominal
Rioiilway. n c corner .IHlh st, runs .• 171 -5x n :«ii
x w -".11 x (till « 110.8 ft to •■ ■ Broadway x b
BO to Bl alwav: ■••ntri.: R*jslty Bond nnd Truxt
Company in the Broadway Tab*mact« Society;
H S. $221 7.'. mOOO
NEW BUILDING PLAN'S.
Greenwich- st. No 274. for tar«« stor>- brick
lofts, with store. 17.7x00.1; William C Hewey.
Rprinaileld. owner; James H Dewey, No 5
Ea«t 14th-st. arohfte-t . . . fl.lf.M.
Pine st. No* 34 and 2»l. for a three »tory hrtrk
.->m, » building. n7.ftx"6; Ppeyfr & Co, N«» 30 nn'l
112 nroad-st. nwneri Pc Zemor. A iv. r , ).-.-. Xo
ISO Pulton -St. architects . !.... 3f!o 00i>
f«fi(b-st. » - East, for a fly« story and basement
brick rtwellinc house. tAx7«: Morris J I.eonharrtt
No 114 East BOth ■' owner; Small & Schumann.
No SOB Broadway, architects 40.000
NEW-YORK DATLY TRIBUNB, ST'XDAY. JANUABT 5. 1902.
Hnfnrnishcb Apartments £0 Cet.
/ iS^SS^S^^ >
COR. MADISON AYE. & 90TH ST., New Building
SUITES rv LARGE, HANDSOMELY FINISHED
OF . . %J ROOMS WITH TWO BATHS.
Ttvo to a Floor.
Steel safes, telephone, sanitary garbage closets and various other Innovations. Two elevators run night and day.
S^ DUFF & CONGER, Agents, Madison Aye., Cor. 86(h St. (v4l T^ Ih m. /
THE DUNSBRO. i^ -' sut st.
On Murray Hill.
A Superbly Appointed and Absolutely Fireproof Apartment House,
WITH RESTAURANT FACILITIES.
Suites of NINE ROOMS, SS£p£iK5SS
Perfect service and attendance. RENTS, 51.500. Apply on premises, or to
CHARLES HIBSON. Agent.
Telephone, i*9l Madison Sq. 34th St. and Lexington Aye.
NEW BACHELOR
APARTMENTS,
(OII\KII :t«TH \M» I,K\IM.TOX A VII.
SUITES OP TWO LARGE, HANDBOjUE BOOHS, BE
SIDES MuDKHM.V A.PPOINTBO BA.THBOOM.
Btoctrlc light, nt<'Rni ti.sit. hot an.l o.ild water supply.
First class attendance. Rents $-"i> t.» $a:>.
Chas. Hibson.
34TH ST. AM> liBXIKCSTOS \VK.
Citn Propcrtn Sox Sale
FRANK L FISHER CO.
The year 1001 lus undoubtedly been a
most successful year, but will be tar over
shadowed by the year i<»o2.
The capitalists and investors from all over
the U. S. have discovered that the \m-s» side
ol New York city is sure to be so greatly
benefited by rapid transit and natural
causes that values will increase phenomenally.
Now is the time to invest ; don't wait.
Investments to Fit All Pocketbooks.
IM AY. m»TH ST., a double flat, rontulnlni; 10
apartments of •■ Iluoms anil Bath. Price
iszooa
OX MITH ST.. near B'dway, » ST. foot double
flat, containing lo apartments of •> Ilonms ••ml
Hath h. Improvemont*. l!<-nt (Uhjih »■' s ""
EJxpenses nl*i:t (2.400 price, *:u ««»•.
m:\ii station stiikkt, a « sti n -• foot
single flat with light <.n 4 sides, 8 Rooms »n,\
Bath In each apartment. Very attractive
apartment.-* Kcntlng for ?:,'»»> »■■ *i. -•<»'
I'Tic*. snvoofl
»»\ STATION STRKKT, a 7 Ftorj- Brartm«-nt
„. ,;. thornughl] ell oonsmii N.I Hn.l m<«l<Tn
In every respect Rent for 116.000, at nin<lerat<.
r»ntal:>. Bxpennes. IB of*l either prnpert !••»
wool b« consiilered In part payment. Prli ■•.
1165.000. '
FRANK L. FISHER CO.,
440 Columbus Aye. Cor. 8 1st St.
FOR SALE
Nos. 19 & 21 Beekman St.
Adjoining Vanderbilt Building.
Plot 11 x 102.
Fine location lor fireproof
Mercantile Building.
Near Post Office, Brooklyn Bridge and
Rapid Transit Station.
RUI,AND & WHITING,
5 H.-i-l. nut fi M.
A.— B Per Cent. Net Investment
as shown t>> book account for the pn-t two >■*!> of ar«aj
rents and «'M>«-ii!« > «<, corner, with half ti|.«k fr>nr;iK" W
(IJI.f.MI'.rS AVIZNTH
Present m >r<- rrnts can t-e Incrraiird.
WILLIAM R. WARE,
4M COLI'aBI 9 AYE MST ST.
327 W. 77th St.
North Side, adjoining; Mltrmldi' Drive.
Very attractive i «t..ry. has«mrnt nn.l rpllnr. hay win
flow front, *t(ine ilwt-lllnt; rxqulsltely decorated In ms
t«rtals. pun (lxt'ir<"», Fhai!>*.s, etc.: hardwood trim; e-v; vs..l
plumtrfns;; 18 lnrp;<» rooms and ii t>urlir«»itiin. Price very
reaaoaabl*. Carstakrr BRYAN 1. KHXNHLL.V fu3
Columbus-aye.; Hramh of 7 I':::.- St.
a i—v.- slid modern fireproof dwelling, "nxlOO feet, for sale
Just Above 72d St. and Close to nth Aye.
Well built and arranged and superbly f.nl*h*<l ami de<-n
r r further particular* apply to or address (BOM)
GEO. K. READ,
<V» c.. !..• St. and 1 Madia n Aye.
~T MADISON aye. CORNER
Apnrtinent BSSSS which In 11 urr-ut barKaln
mi. l law profit on resales
DUFF <& CONGER,
MADISON AVI).. I Oil. MtTII ST.
4 CHOICE CORNI3R, with possession of store If .1c
XX. red, and business; JIO.IX'K required. MARTIN
1,031 lip adway, «l. r «th.
VVKHV i '!)' IK '1 irtmrnt all
HO foot front; $15,000 cash rr<iulr«l. MARTIN. 1.931
Hrriiiflwny.
Qlnction Sales of Heal (Estate.
150 LEX iI N GTO N A VE N U
Full >lz« lot. with four story brown ton. hoiiH»-, to be
■old at auction Tuesday. January 7th. at Real ESstate
gairaroom, 111 Broadway, at VI M. WH.I.IAM m RYAN,
Auctioneer. For particulars apply to WM. It. CROSBY,
120 Broadway.
Conntrn proper in (Ho tct.
"T^IVEUDALFJ ON HUDSON. SEW YORK CITY. — To
JY lea-'-, one to five years, attractive and well-ap
pointed all year resilience. Modern house, 12 rooms,
Bteam heat. Coachman's room in (table. Acre and half
Iranian and lawn, tastefully planted; ihrubi trees, etc.;
on corner overlooking Hudson River. All surroundings
lil^li class. Uocallt] of Him homes. Very healthful. 22
minutes to Grand Central BACKBTT, BACON & ate
QUAID, Attorneys, Tribune Building, New York.
I.> >R RENT— In k«>wo.>ri N. ,i . „v,. of rooms steam
. heat, iras or electric ll hts: fa<-|Mt|e for lIK/hi house
keeplnK. References exchanKed. Address I" O. Box 353,
[^akfwood, N. .1
■fnrnioljcb tjouecs (Co tct — (Conntrn.
•|7W>R RENT.— Montclair. New Completely fur-
J niahed fourteen room use; silver, linen Included;
bath, furnace: $7<> a month. Address or call Monday
Tuesday. 188 Glen Ridge Ay.-
Citri $otrl9.
QOgd^oQ,
BROADWAY. COR. WEST 71ST ST.
AMERICAN i 1.a.-.
Strictly a family hotel; choice suites, furnished or un
furnished, to reat by the season or year. Cuisine ana
service of the highest order. Rates reasonable. Ixicalloa
convenient to all parts of th» city.
WALTER LAWRENCE.
Washington, D. C.
TOE SMEGMi
WASHINGTON. D. C.
AMERICAN AND • EUROPEAN PLAN.
ABSOLUTELY FII'.KPROOr.
LOCATED IN THE MOST FASHIONABLE PART (iV
THE CITY AND WITHIN FIVE MINUTES' WALK
OF THE EXECUTIVE MANSION. TREASURY STATfcL
WAR AtiU NAVY DEPARTMENTS. »iAlt..
JOHN T. DIVINE.
4 DVERTISEMEXTS an.l subscriptions for The Tr».un»
2\. received at their I'ptown < <m.-. . "• "
WO. 1.242 BROADWAY.
2d door north of 31st-st.. until t» o'clock 11 m
Advertisements will I* received at the. following branch
offices at regular offloe rates until X o'cWk p m vli ■ 'T 1
Stli-nv«-.. ■ - cor. 23d St.; tn.i <!.!,-„ > „." C 12th
• t .; »« Bast 14th-1.t.: 'Jn7 Wnl ISd-at. heiw».n
7th and Rth ayes.; 2«i» WeM li!.-.t li-«". t lVls"m
axe., between 7«th and 77th sts.; |.«KM 3d -are n ,»r
•Ist -st.; l.T«is lat-arc. near Muh-si ■ 157 VV n *
lasth-al.: 7.M1 Trenmnl-nve., NO „ |-n, c.. near
{;r;^wo^u. :: j!;s, i ,i.";. fe^fSVi W,
UioaV'ilVA-D-.T.^^- "' J " 7l - SWC&
tlnfnrmshcb Apartments ffo Cct
The Vah ana
305 West 97th Street,
between Went End Aye. and Rlvernlde
Drive.
Overlooking the Hudson and Riverside Park.
New 7 Story Apartment House
arranged in Suites of
6 and 7 Rooms and Bath
B— tlfully Mppointor] and complete
with every modern innovation.
Decorations left to the choice of
tenants.
All nipht elevator sjervlce; combination
electric .tn<l k.is fixtures; private store
rooms, etc,
Liveried ii;iil attendance.
RENTS ONLY S6OO TO $840 A YEAR.
A. N. BROWN, Owner and Builder.
CLIFFORD N. SHIRMAN, AQT.,
2649 liroadwa\ , near 1 00 th st.
Jo Cct for Dnsmrss purposes.
CORNER of Downing and Bedford Streets*,
five minutes* walk from Broadway, Store and
Basement, with 15,000 square feet; Lofts,
10,000 square feet.
Power, heat, freight and passenger elevators
Apply to your own broker, or
SAMUEL ULLJIANN, 165 Mercer St.
I OFT. — Cheap, light loi\. laß Mercer-»».; steam heat
A and elevator service: $50. Apply on premises.
.furmoheb Apartments Co Cct
Is..j: RENT.— Hotel Majestic— Corner suite of tow
rooms, two baths and private hall, luxuriously fur
nlshM. Will sublet f'>r season or by the month at large
reduction In rental. Apply In pen at osse*,
Heal Csiate.
SLAWSON&HOBBS
Real Estate
BROKERS, AGENTS and APPRAISERS
Extensive Bureau of Information, covering entire city;
tabulated records of sales, mortgagee, and other Items of
Interest.
284 Columbus Aye., near 73d St.
TELEPHONE CONNECTION.
BREEN & SHERWOOD,
Building Contractors,
126 WEST 40th ST.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED
tk.i.. «001 38TH.
Conntrn Propcrln Sot Gale.
J^On BALE In Missouri, two fln<» stock farms: well
Improved; bir*«> and rheap For particulars Incline
stamp. CHAB. BUTTON, Ellington, Mo.
FOR s\!.i:. well improved Stork Farm of 1.170
1 acres, In S. E. g mth l»»ki n»-nr timn; plenty of
water ajif* timber. A bargain for cash. Ho* 4\ Avon,
.ut h Dakota.
Hatlroaoo.
PENNSYLVANIA
S RAILROAD.
i STATIONS fool of WEST TWENTY THIRL) STRFBT
AND DESHROSSHS AND rORTI*AXDT STREETS
i I'lic 1.-hiliik time (rum I lenbrunnrn and
■ ortlniKlt Mr. •••is In live iitlliutcn later than
(hut uln-ii lii'lim for Tv»«-nl> Street
(Station, ,\,-.-|it uhrrr olbemiiir noted.
7..-..% A. >l. PAST MAIL.- United to two Buffet Parlor
■Li. New York to rittxbui'K. Meeptns <"ftr I'lttaburK to
Chlcasu. No coaches to lUttsburK-
B.SS A. M. FAST LINK I'lttsburjf an.l Cleveland.
S#.r»s A. SI. PENNSYLVANIA LlMlTßlt.— Pullm.in
Compartment Sleeping, Dining, Bmoklnc, an.l Ocscirrs
ti-.ii Cars. For Chl.-aKO. > leveUnd, Toledo, Cincinnati.
InUlanapolis, Umiovill*, St. l«"iis.
: l.flO I*. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.—
For Toledo, l.iui.s\iii.. (via rinclnnati). indlanapuils
t.hlcatfo, tit. Louia. i>iiiuit; Cur.
r..r.r. p. m. ST. liOriS escprbrb For ItttnburK
In<llanau Us Loulsvi!>, St. I^outs. Dining Car
S.SR V. N. WESTERN EXPRESS.— For Chicago. rot
Tole.io, except Saturday, inning Car.
7.8.1 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS.— For lMttsburg and
< hicaca For Knoxville. daily, via Sh«rnin.l..ah Valley
Route. Connects for Cleveland except Saturday
5.^,% P. SI. I'I.BVFrUMi AND CINCINNATI FA-
I'RBSH.— For Pittsburs, Cleveland, and timlnnati
\VASIII.\GTO.\ AM) THK .SOITII
7..'>.\ 8.25, \<S. (Dining Oar), ltk.lo iDnbrusaes and Carl
lan.lt Streets. 10.20) .l>lmnK Car), 10.55 (Dining 'Vi
a in. 12.50 (Olniiiß Car». 2.10 (Desbrosses and Corf
landt Street?. 2.20*. (3.25. "Congressional Li m . . • Vll
Parlor and Dining Cars). 8.25 (Dlninir Cart, 4 25 (l>lntii(t
Cum. 4.65 (Mining Car>. ».25 p. m.. 12. 10 night. Sunday
8.25. :• i. (Dining Carl. 10.55 (Dining Car» a in , l> ',3
(Dining < - an. 13.25, "< < onajrcsslonal I.un .."■ all Parlor and
Pining «"arsi. 3.2:, (Dining Car). 4.25 (Dining Car* 4 55
(Dlninß Car., '•• 2S p. m.. 12. li» night.
SOI'THBRN RAlLWAY.— Bxpres*. 3.25. 4.25 ■ m ••» 10
night dally. P ' m " '- 1 "
ATLANTIC COAST LTNB -Express. 9.26 a. m an.l 1> 23
p. m. dally. '
SEABOARD AIR UNI RAILWAY.— "FIorida and Metro
politan Limited." IS.SO p. m. daily. ilxr.r*-s»" 12 1(>
tilght dally.
NORFOLK ASH WESTERN RAILWAY.— For Memphis
an I New iv i ins 29 p. m. dally.
• •HKH.WUAKi: & OHIO RAILWAY.— 7.SS a m week
days an.l I 09 p. m. daily.
FOR OLD POINT «I>MKOHT and NORFOLK. — 7 53 a. m
week-days and 5.65 p. m. daily. '
ATLANTIC CTTT. — 0.65 a. m. and 2.55 p. m we.-k d«vs
Through Ve»tlbule.l Trains. Buffet Parlor Cars and
St indard Coaches,
CAI'B MAY.— 12.05 p. m. week -days.
For polMa on New York and Long Branch Railroad (from
\\e."t Iwt-ntv third Street Station). ,v> a 111 12 io
3.25; 4. 55 ami 11.25 p. m. Sun.lays. 1».2.*> a. m 4.65 p"nj'
(from I't--: -.--.•- and Coitl.itnii Streets) ii (10 a m '
12.0t«. 3.40. 6.10, and ll.;to p. in. Sundays, «40 a' in"
5.16 p. m. ' ''
I'lill ran >'— inn
CIO (DeabroMea and Cortlandt Streets, ti.2o) 725 753
R.2S >•"■:.. 0.25 (Dining Car). (9.55 lvnna. Umltetit.
10.10 (Deabrossaa and «'ortlandt Str^etH. lo 20) (Dlnln*
Car), 10.01 iDlnliiir Car). 11.65 a. in.. 12 6.'. (Dining
car), 8.10 iPeahroßses and Portland! Streets. 2.21» 2.63
3.25 t Dining Can. 5.55, 4 25. 4.25 (Dining Car)' 4 .'..1
. Dining Car). .'..•.:. iDlning Car), 7 .V., *. •£, > 55" a.33
p. 111.. 12.10 nljclit. Sundays, «.10. 7". (no roaches)
"-•. S.9S, n.23 (Dining Car). «. 55 (Limited) to 55 i 0.63
. Dining Cart a. m.. 12.30 d>lnlng Car). 1.66 (Dining
(.'art, 9.20 IDinlng Car). 3.55, 4.M (Dining Car) 4 :..>
(Dining Car). 5.55 (Dining Car), 7.55. h25 8.35 it 25
p. m.. 12.10 niicht.
Ticket offices Nos. 4«»1. 11««. 13.T4. ill and 201 Uroadway
1«2 Fifth Avenuo (below 23d St.); 1 Aator Hoi.se; West
Twenty-third Street Station, and stations foot pf li««
bro«?es and Cortlandt Streets; 4 Court Street so> Ful
t. n Street. ?>s Broadway an.l Pennsylvania Annex Bta
tlon, Brocklyn; Station. Jersey City. Th» New York
Transfer Comrsny will call for and check rms;s:M<» from
hotels and residences through to destination. Telephone
"014 Eighteenth Street" for Pennsylvania Railroad Cab
pervlro.
J. B. HLTCHIXHON J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. Gsnsrsi Pats' r Aj»«uu
Antnmn ttr«ono.
NEW-JERSEY.
-LAKEWOOD'S FAMOUS HOTELS—
LAUREL HOUSE
AND
LAUREL-IN-THE-PINES
NOW OPEN
und>r management of
DAVID B. PL.UMER.
A. J. MT'RPHT. A«s't Mzr Laurel House. I
F. F. SHUTS. Ass't M«t Laur»l-tn-th«-Plres.
UK£WOOD. N. J.
! ■ —
LAKEWOOD, N. J.
THE LEADING HOTEL OF LAKEWOOD
Lakewood Is a world renowned Winter resort, and TUB
UKEWOOD, Its principal hotel. Is a superbly equipped
hostelry. In luxurious accommodation for the comfort,
convenience and entertainment of Its patrons, not sur
passed by any hotel In America.
The cuisine and service equal those of the celebrated
I restaurants of New-York and Parts.
The famous Hyd'otherapeutlc (water cure) Baths re
main under the direction of the house physician.
Write for Illustrated booklet and diagram of rooms.
JAS. N. BERRY. M*r.
LAKEWOOD. N. J.
THE LEXINGTON.
cpp. I-«ur»: House. OPEN all the year. Sunny roorat,
open fires, private baths, steam heat, electric light. Rat*.
12.50 per day end up. A. S. LARRAREB, PROPR.
A~IC COURT. ~~
WKEWOOD, N. J.
A new select family Hotel, all modern Improvements.
For Booklet address
M. J. EVANS.
ATLANTIC CITY.
DOdDTTtEfL RJfIdDDBTTQDK],
OPEN AL.l^ THE TEUR.
One of the best equipped Hotels. Steam beat, elevator*
to all floors; hot and cold baths. Rooms with privat)
bath. Flue table, B«a view. Ocean end of Virginia Ava.
MRS N. R. HAINEB.
Owner and Proprietor.
TOE ©DQiliLffi^DSrvltla
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J- '
IS OPEN. BOOKLET.
HOTEL, TRAY MORE.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Open throughout th- ye»r. Under new management
i Hot and old sea water baths In bouse, and every other
modern comfort and appointment. Illustrated booklet
mailed on request. Capacity. 450. Golf privileges.
TRAYMORE HOTEL. CO..
HOWARD WHITE. Jr.. Mjt.
t). •. WHITE. President.
HOTEL LI'RAY. ~~
ATLANTIC CITY. X. J.
open pavilion and hbatf:d SIN parlor in
RKCTLY OVER BOARDWALK.
Porch** on a level with an-l Jolne.l to H.-«nlwall( Pea
and fresh private bath*. <;<>lf r.rlvilf|ci»s
.K>SIAH WHITE & SON.
EAST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY.
18 SOUTH CLINTON ST.. 4 minutes' walk from BRICK
CHURCH STATION; a hta-h «;ra<le modern family hotel;
suites of rooms with private baths. Liberal management
and reasonable rates Open all the year.
F. B. AL.VORD. Proprietor.
.NRW-YORK.
WINTER IN THE ATURONPACK3.
THE DEER'S HEAD INN. ELIZABETHTOWN. N. Y.
Delishtfully bniolnß air. Pure water. Modern Improve
ments. Comfortable, well heated rounw, First class table
STETSON & FRENCH. Proprietors. "
MHITII CAROLINA.
OStE[KSDiL\^CD)[?5 c ir{}{3 DOJUKiIq
BILTMORH, APHBVIM.B, N C.
OPENS JANUARY 20TH. 1902.
One of the 1~-nt appointed and most luxurious hotels In
the South Magnificent mountain ■'••n.-ry. A dry and
Invigorating climate. Golf Instructor. Links on hotel
rounds. Orchestra and all amusements. Send for Book
it. W. A BRYAN. Manager.
GEORGIA.
DO(iDTE!L DBODinO &m 9 AVC TA -
One of the leading resort hotels of the South. Rest
known tot Its excellent cuisine and healthful climate.
Forty new rooms added since last season, and many al
terations and Improvements made that will add to the
comfort of guests, a good l&-hole golf course only a
short distance from th* hotel, excellent livery stable and
the best drives In the South. All outdoor sports. Including
food shouting, In near vicinity. For booklets and full In
formation address C. O. TRUSSELL Manager.
THOMASVILLE. GA.
Through Pullman service on fastest trains to
DOWN IN THE PINFJ FORESTS.
COl-NTRY CLL'II. GOLF LINKS. QIAII. AND TRAP
HHOOTINO. BirrCLE PATHS
HARVEY * WOOD. Hotel B-llevue. Boston.
Our representative at S Park PI., dally. 11 to I: will
:n\\ :f requested.
FLORIDA.
E[S[LlL[E£Dffi ? FOJDOBOnDift,
Through Pullman Se-vtce on Fastest Trains to
THE NEW RESORT.
HOTEL BEL.LEVIEW. |!)^'; i| G ''tV'?"* ■'•-«
Exrei.ent flslung; ©PEN IN JANUARY
6athln«. >...«! boating. Or KN IN JANLAKY
Harvey A Wood Hotel IVl.evu-. Boston
Our representative at 3 Park PL. dally. 11 to 1; will
call If requested.
IKII&W ©OTlrliDlniiiJJ IMWSE,
BANFORD, FLORIDA.
r>eiiirhtf«Hy situated on St. Joans River: superior
cuisine; bent of be. ls. kms. electricity; steam; open fires,
i.- , splendid driving. fl<ihln(r and shooting.
NEW NINE HOLE ROLF COURSE.
Rates reasonable Send for devrrtptlvs boos
INGLEHART * ACKERMAN.
mmm. tuealtj
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS. ORANGES CO.; FLA.
Ftrnt ;.i-s arromnrviattons m \'** (ttesta at m» J .frat«
rate?. Magnificent location. Every, comfort an.l amuse
menl : finest fishing an.l • boo ting: abundant-- of '->rarg»>.
excellent cuisine; S Tthern help; purest water Sen If< -
booklet.
<;«"> B. HATH«. Owner and ITop'r.
("Th» Grand." Mount Vernon. N. H . Stummes. >
BERMIDA.
BERMUDA.
THE IDEAL WINTER RESORT.
ITOOLE [PronradßLlS© HO(IDTri£IL
Open from December to May. Accommodates 2uo
quests. For terms, etc. address,
N. S. HOWE. Hamilton. Bermuda.
Circulars at Scofleld's. 1 Madison Aye.. N. Y.
" ~ BERMUDA. — —
THB QUEEN OF WINTER RESORTS.
THE HAMILTON.
ITS LEAriNU HOTEL.
OPEN DECEMBER TO MAY.
6BXD FOR ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET.
A. C BROOKS. MGR.
Conntrn Douri).
VT LAKEWOOD. N. J.— A few boarders cm be access
- \ modated with giKxi board; mile and a quarter from
vltlHKe. Terms and particulars, address Mrs. L. H.
SYKBS, Plnemerw, Hoi 2», Liikewood. N. J.
AN INVALID may obtain board, with every attention,
in the family of a retired physician, near the cttr
Addiess Box 247. Dobbs Ferry. N. T.
Board anb ttoomo tDantcb.
\\TANTKI».- My man. -*',- and chIML two room* with
> > board. In privat,» family. A.l.lress P. O. Box 10. city.
Ceacljers. •
A lEVERETTT STONE (Tale and Cblumbla). SIS West
XX* 66th St. Tutor for all colleges: long experience.
Dlt. W. «. NOWELL. private tutor, at pupils' homes c*
at 117 B. sM si Two pupils rrcclved in family.
ITALIAN LANGUAGE t«uKht by young Instructor from
Milan.. Address Sit?n..r FAIST. > DALI'MI. ICi3 Park
ave.
ITALIAN I.AN«;i
1 BIONORA DALITMI.
»«."«;i Vark Avenue.
I>KOKKSS<>R HENRI LIUTIIJJER. from Paris.— Prl-
X ate. thorough Interpwting French instruction; elthrr
residence. 841 West 117 th st.
St'ANISH. French. German. English to foreigners- ran »
O la t lons* native teacher*. CABALI.ERO (\)E 7.VJ L*x
liiKt'.n
Dancing 'Xcaucmie*.
DANCIKQ AM' DKrORTMHKT . litl.lrm and adults,
1' Mr i " I'l1 ' 1 Mrs I<EITKK - Ktlat an.l I'ulumbus-ave
niinsMs
for •"- Trtb«
™ j. NO - 1.242 BROADWAY.
2d door north of 31st-st.. until 0 o'clock r. m
AdvertUements will r» received at he follow});^,--
i.fn es nt regular ..m.>- rates untllK "clock r> m ?11- ™5
Mll-DVF,, s. c. .-or £M-«t ■ IVI ittl. -. ' ' ""'*
r ; t*2 K,,M 1 Ith-M.; ajj- \y^\ U Z!il *•• C "k' l2th
7th and Sth aye..; »,« «>„ laBO,!;?"."'/'^ 'ST
nve., b-t™»-n 7fith and 77th »t« ril'H '••••TS .td-
IJ.-.th-si ; rreniont-nVr t.i L'"* 7 r "" t
©rffln Bteawer*.
resumeT March'" *?»■? «*««&<&
MEOiTEHNIABI£JII!!iiKPim~~
mi* -"Aml I ig
A Most Delightful Cruise of :-. Day, \
by lisa AUGUSTE VICTORIA
i to MADEIRA,
the MEDITERRANEAN
ami the OR I EXT
fn m *•* V.-i .lanv 2» ajsa ,- rf ,, ,
E«>pt. Palestine, an-1 Svrin »tth fvito^Zj!
A exan.lna. Beyrouth. JafTa. Con^tamlßo.^
•■-.Oft
Itates from ?1«»> upward.
Also cruises to the WEST I.VniEd ■■. . ,-_ -
an.i the BLACK SEA. March li re.pectiVei,
Apply f.>r parr>ph:ft>>. ratf-s. etc
H.\MrUf:;-AMi:;:i LINE.
Offlces, 35-37 Broadway, N. y.
rxAfuc'si run - - r -, T7T~ — "-
THE U%r6&OT THR woia.
&HDIITEBUU3EW£iniEIT
FBERL'ARY S 74 P\YS ' ■*"•»■
Some chfUe berths left al SCi k^,i „_
First CUM. imluding Si ■•• Fh.-ursion" ,-„?>, r
Hotel,. Drives, etc. The cbeaoesa a"d ln, ' ' V •**• T **
trips, leaving th* V. S. this Win W 70,S !?'**•
■round and afr<.r r - most MKht^^ln? erln - ■■■'•• *«
®WSS» JL^.^aas 'Ss^SSffS:
SPBCIAU FEATI'RES.- Madeira \l-i.~ M».
PAYS In EOTPT a^.l th» HOLT I. \VO ro r ., "^ U
Ath-r.!.. R.^me. the Rrriera. etc.' * ei.uVU «J fi 1 ""**
ure«. Tickets g-fjod to ator. ovir'ln n»! * ht !w <-
UtT on the "OWblc.' 'MajSue." m?" 01 " aa<! «Rn
BLROPa^^nd for <^rk-. Pr»«r.« mw for 190 .
*■ *- 11l t:p»ala-ay. New Tors.
HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLAND*
PACIFIC MAIL S. & CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. « (XX
TOYO RISEN KAISHA.
Between Fan Frarcisoo. Honolulu. Y..k^ham». Kob..
N.iß»?.Tki. >hanehal. i|.-,nR BsT
Pteamern leave >ai Fran<-|«co at 1 I \t
FKKINfI ..... Jan. k: CHINA... ... * — -
GAEL.Ii* Tan. 21!I>ORlc- ' rl X
boxgkono 1! \Rf .11 30 .Mi-fox Mini; V!l 5
r'
ass 3^
and 2sT ISrnalwav. B».i«-6
©[LDD E)©^OKiiO©K3 LMIT
DAILT SERVICB " •— •
Tot OM roint Comfort, Xorfolk. Portsmouth pi CT .-,
p nt and v - > ; - -• News \a.. conn»ctli* fir r-.t.. JT*
Richmond. Vir.lnU B-aoh, .-■,'• *£*%!%
couth and West. ' ™"
Freight and I'as^erg-er «-»»m»rs sa!l ♦>-,;„ Ft a.
N. R.. foci of Teaoh St.. cv-ry week day at 3 p v *
H. <B. WALKER. Tr^r?!,- Jlaaaser.
lFgdd 0 LFgdfGgd EqoqT"
EtMmahlpa of the RED "D" L.IKE will sail hi Sia
8. S. CARACAS Saturday January n Him
S. S. PHILADELPHIA Saturday. .1 tr.aarr 3 jfooa
F^r freijrht or pbss.ik*' apply to
BJOt I.T. IN" BLIoS & DALLKTT,
General %!-._■-- 135 Front St.
\n LINE. ~~"
■* ksbbj YORK— SOI -THAMPTOV— ujhmbl
<'•*' i: ' Jan. S. noon; Philadelphia. Jan 2;Wi.tt
St. Louis. .Jan. 13, 10 a. m. St. Paul... .Jan.'2>. 19 i. a.
HED STAR LINE.
XBW YORK— ANTWERP— PARIS.
Z^lard ....... .Jan. -**. rir»«in s.iiirhw.irk Tan. _„ 3*3
Frleslaml 'an. J.">. n^-n Va.lerland Jan 2» Ml
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION --.MI-Wt"
Pl-r«. 14 and 15. N. R. Offlct, 73 BrraJway, XT.
i " ~~~~
"RED -D" LINE.
For I-i Gnajrrm. Pii»rt.> rabetln. Turscan a nl *&.•*•
caibo. via Otaracao— i*a!!:ns alfo ar San Juan. P. R.
t*r\.m Ri.berrs Pier. Brooklyn.
I P. S. CARACAS Saturday. January 11. xwt
J5. S PHILADELPHIA Saturday. January 2. Sosi
j These vessels have superior aci'omnunlations for jo
■encera.
BOri.TON. RLISfI & PALLEIT.
Genera. Manager?. 133 Front-i!.
* — WHITE STAR LINE.
" * NEW YORK-QI'KKNSTOWN-LJVERPnOI*
Cyiari Jan. *. 4 P. M. '.Veanic F»h. 5. i M
Teutonic Jan. IS. 0000 1 Majestlt F"-t». Ii sat
Germ . . Jan. -- noon' Cymric F»b. I*. 2P. X
Pier 4S. Nortn River. ORiie. 9 Broadwajr, N>w Tori:
A CUNAKD LINE.
•**•* TO I>IVERPO^L VIA QrEENSTOWN.
Saxonia. .. Jan. 11.3 P. M ! I'mhri.t l'*t>. I. *c;
Etrur a . Jan. ',» Neon Saxonia ¥-b *, 3P. Jt
Iverma .lan. -J."« .1 P M. Ivi-anU. . .Feb. IS. •: A. x
VERXOH 11. FROWN * CfK «en. ASWlts.
-■» i:ROADWAY. NEW- YORK.
AIALLOKY STEAMSHIP LINES.
■"-*■ From New- York Wednesdays. Friday* md Sanß*S*
FOR TEXAS GEORGIA AND FLORIDA. -
STRAIGHT and ROVSD TRIP Tickets tailed tsl»
lints In Teias. Colorado Arizona. Calif mia. Met:-.
•c. Georcla Florida. *c. Delightful Excursions.
Write IDS our 0»>- page "Pocket Guide" trnalltd lP?
C H. MALLORT a CO.. Gen. Agt» Piss 2q E. a.»*
FAST ITALIAN LINE.
•*• •la •VELOCB."
Navarailon* Italian* a Vapors to Naples. Ossa
REGULAR O. S. MAIL SERTICE EVERT WEST-
Cltta Dl Torino Jan. TlNord America ..- » •
i krt . i-abln» Dining; saloon on pr:menad# dscß.
BOLOGNESI. HARTFIELD A CO. 29 Wall St
/"WOK'S WINTKR TRIPS.
(WOK'S conducted parties To ALL leaa&g »n«r
p er «.,. ' Trad:a« ■■■"
Resorts at ---i i»- IrftervaU. v■,
TH.x P1»1K ■■■ SON. * Hn*. Pwar. X. -
3 ns trpcnon.
For Young Ladles— City.
KINnBRCARTKN TRAIN I SO- - "•»»T'..^ • *»"?
I\. for New Term. Jan. 6. (Free h^ la ll^^. TFw
CUTTEX. Supt.. 4- Irving ■ V*, ****}• JS?M3L
rr.erly Metropolitan Tempi? > EVENING CLAUSE*. -
M'toiAK oS^.KST* DAT SCHOOL. Foret*. u»»*
ISO and 117 West 88th it. _^»
■»rRS. PORR'3 BOARDING AND DAT * c "°s*y?j
J_ GIRLS AND CHILDREN. -Home School. r^ „ 1:11
St.: Day School. 303 W. 102J St. Hours ftcm »™ — .
For Both Sexes— City.
do ccmal l.N ll LL R ir«
TOO
KNII W M '' h "^SsbKi*
wrti -pin*. P*?3si» t»
etc.. has b^en the '""'"f J^aws
fortune for many a successful business m<o sn->
wuman. Why not for ><>\i?
T H E^Vi'lL E"R.
THK M 11-I. ■ ' : . _ . .
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS.
I 133-a KroaJway. .
PACKARiyS - ■■■'*™ rt *'
>' THAN NOW IX> TAKE IP B ...f-a »Tl '
> THAN Now To TAKK If I- 1 ~ ** V i»
Stwtenta wh.. enn.ll n..» have -ii "''""" TM .,ooS.
for any chosen line . ( business bef..r^ summer «»
ASK I"X i'ATAUK.I ET. „o o x. .
PACKARD CO MM X R •.' J A L **?&-&
*th At, * •_•:*.! St. DAY « EVENING- •F»* > "
mm: BERUTZ school OF LANat'A««a. bw*o*
I Madison Sijuar-. New- York. ' ' '. ' ',i r nATB«»
"THK UERLIT7. METHOD IS THE »lrl" \GB & *
FORM OF LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGIA^f
FORCION COUNTRY BY ITS *■ Tl At I
lessuns free. Free lectures ana social tauts > MetU:j *
language* every Saturday. 11 a. "• *•""
Paris Exposition. us*. — — ""
Brooklyn.
FRENTH. Spanish. German. "»HJ?^|sj{ Br*ac-
III I School Languages. Its Wast tad. S»" Tom - _
*T «'r.urt-i»t.. hrm kiy»- —^~ mm "^^
fuhocil O.?enc-f 3 - -
AMERICAN AND TijOM*^ a*
IS. supplies Profes-OM. T*" 6 !!?.-..,^!/ 0 *
THK.E. MIRIAM I^VRIEIBEAGENC'-^deßtWUJ*
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