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Couvtrjf Pro-pert 7/ for Sale.
What we sax. Buy at MORRIS PARK - -"The Gem of the Bronx"— it is good advice, because the
Drwana" for just such property is great, while the Supply is just about limited to Morris Park. You cannot find an
other tract of lan.! anywhere in the entire world that can compare with MORRIS PARK as a gilt-edged invest
ment. li is well restricted its location unrivalled as to natural beauty and charm of surroundings; it is within a few
minutes" walk of the Kronx Park: it fronts north on the famous Bronx and Pelham Parkway. The City has grown
up to and around it and beyond it. and is now growing right over it. assuring its rapid development into the finest resi
dential district of the Bronx.
Even- Jot you buy at MORRIS PARK is a NEW YORK CITY lot complete; you do not have to
pay for the -treet*. the grading, curbing and flagging, which are already done. The finest and fastest transportation in
the world— not less than SIX TRANSIT LINES built, building and planned, will bring Morris Park witkin
a fere minutes .'• the rente* or Manhattan.
For all these reasons, every investor at MORRIS PARK is sure of the present value of his purchase, and
'equally sure off thcGKEAT FUTURE PROFITS which mast come to him. If he seeks further confirma
tion, le? him JooW at the iraj» am] -cc how MORRIS PARK is surrounded by the holdings of the ASTORS. the
LORILLARD \'C*~RS and other great estates, whose judgment he can surely follow with safety in real
'state matters.
'SOY, particulars or take the Subwa\ (West Farms Express) to 177 th Street and come di
rect lo oui 1 ffice near the . union.
NYACK. N. Y.
Part of the Salisbury I>i;n<-. kumvn
h Ik- Mountain Tr;i<t. of IS acres:
■-l>i<Mi<li<l site f«r liotol : nuisiiiiic^ut
v i,.\« an. i ■ ni!i<'-.--nTo |--.-.<-. suitable
for subdivision. I *r i« ■• ■ and isirticubi'M
oil application to
DOUGLAS ROBINSON.
CHARLES S. BROWN & CO..
."<» iiltli Aw.. New York.
FOR SALE
COUNTRY MOKE
IN THE CITY.
This clrpant o'ttaßC. wiiii laißo pardon plot
T.X^TxTC. ?=fvon larjro rooms, bath. .\ : condition.
near ■-.'■•..,■ '!,,!.--, Price $]-.' Voiy liberal
lfrms.
1904 VYSE AYE.. Hear Boston Road.
HO WELL PARK,
LARCHMONT. N. Y.
Restricted Residence Sites: con
crete sidewalks, water, light. &c.:
near station: trolley passes entrance.
Howell C. Perrin & Co.,
50? Sth aye.. N>w York, ar.d 1-irLhmont.
BARGAIN
■ I ■ mN'ei
LO.VERRE BROTH FRS.
500 FIFTH AYE.. NEW YORK.
I»KMKAUI.K COLXTRV II \< V
TO LET lok THE MMMXX.
A *«Titi*min eoitic i-> Euroj>— will, rent to » sat is -
TR€-t<r;. tenant hiF furnish*.; rountrj p.me conven
ient M poll und t«-jinj« i-lub. near Mount Kisoo. We*t
«-hf*ier County. The house I, m^oi suitably planned
for -a ssnan family, has [« Laths, running «prir.z
'-»'- '■■•■: .-pen ii!e. r !a.es Rin« . • -■-..,
and «hrur>b*r>. all ..f >-hlcb «i!l be i-ared for l>y the
owner Ire - .......... a< cnimodat in Rf)
tor horses, DBrrtsjßesj and mum ■ - arena ... v
TRY PLACE. P. O. Boi 13S, .v. v. City
_ IN IUX KKItkMUItKs.
For bs> i-HT-i. <>{ ji. a ,. reK . , 1( , RrrPS fir< . ,» »■
iD».a<in W paatu-,- a. .. . . „ . «JlanJ
«Ith tbe uooj ail cut Off; large ,wo ,to, . r.ouof of 12
r00m,.; e, x e ie*Dlr*r room*, «ltu«t«J on. mil* from
•'BlK.r. fine on-hard of mppl«>: prtc* * 4 ..mKi. <. r «-half
ca«h. baJance m 1 p. cent. X46rem
H *- WOOniX. Box "* •■'-- Harrir, i,.n ila^s
* x UJOI.NLVG TVXBOO. AT BEAUTIFTL GRESN-
*2X VniJkOm FARM.-, « ACRES; 2 RBF!!)E\VE<'
— •.» i*i-Efc. orchards, trawl brook *l. «■•*-. i«. a-r«s : '"'
r»-en*-noss. ban*, orchard* trnui j.or.<i 1«; <-«ttie h<-,r»'e*
JBcNf.. » How . New icrk.
. K. D. THOMPSON.
STAitFORD, aoaae^ AND nasrrv; HOUSES' AND
<St cottages to rent, furnished and unfurnished sil
juice*. $1;"' upward. ARCHIBALD C POGE 30 I-a»
42^ street. New or it. and Jones & Valentin*. U3 At
Jartic f?quare. Stamford. <_Vjnn.
f'-tO.V.VECTICL-T PHORE. NORWALK. DArTkN BO
•V^ way; .1.. «:«»>t9ort and vicinity; Barms ijnttaJo»s
waterfronts. Ai-."iURAI.I C. . iSS W Ekuit 42<i Ftrtet
*'" >«•*. or 24 \Va*hir»rton Btt«M.e Xonvalk. .-o r .n
rjTVARAIS AND COL'NTRT HOMES— MILLERTON.
X Ajneola. I".ve-. Lakevllie. Aharon an<s i-urrounfiir^
'owns, in New York and Connecticut. ARCHIBALD C
TV>ftS. SS £»►• 42.1 street, and M;i,-n...r. N. Y.
4TTORFE OR JiAiRV FARM, 273 ACRES; PPfUXOf-
J_L trout brook. Iruit; cuts 2f«j tone of hay. $10,000.
AR.-HIT-iAI,D C. FO«*. 3» Ess) 42.1 street. .New york
<- Minertoa. K. Y. \
"I 4 A-ACKE FARM.— I2-rtr- >m HOUSE: I BARNS:
_l*X\/ *ilr>: all In hie r-on<i'Tioc ; *rr»» v> bu. -oats tr>
arre last year; rrlce. J4.st»t. |S.«N cath. HALLS FARM
*OEK'T. Owfciro. K. Y.
BUNGALOW.— 7 R(tOM?. HATH. LAUNDRY: 1 JURE;
10 minutee from station: *4..<«. ARCHIBALD I ".
TOFF. S3 But ASA PUsjt. N. V.. or 2-4 Wasntnctoi -•■ —
Fo. Norwß.lt. Conn.
« —
"X"' me CONN.. 2 ACRES. ,< •■••-=k. • rooms
.^\ r*rr.. po\j!t-y bouse trait tree«. >tim»b«ulCT rt«j •
•tc. Price. »3.750. ARCHIBALD c P«JSS. bnmnrn ofn--e
2+ 'Wafth lnsjxon *treet_ South NnrwaJk. Conn.
'\*l^ ENGLAND FARMS F«IR BX :=INE?.S. ri.rj?
ii% ure or irv*stm»Ti?. Mi*> :n !;•""<" Ml circular free.
r»pl- •, r. F. UELAXO. 323 Devonshire ST.. B-jstoi?.
SUM.
OARYU YONKERP. N. T.~OVKRI>X)KIN<» VAN
_ 4 > nrllar)<3t Park: modern 10 noosl house, furnilhed:
JTore-October: Putnam R R . I.V.th ST IS:. ■ >,•■ »v»
T7»e p. EALK- HANDSOME KTRfRBAN K£6l[«f:n< n
j" 45 ••• Ms out; one »>-r« plot; •■-«• >-;»»« neighbor
hood; price (14.000. OWNKH. Box ll* Trirnjne Office.
DARTKN CONN. -14 A<"RES!. SMALL HOUSE feND
lL* barn price. i 2.««>. ARCHIBALD <\ r"-- branch
rffre 24 Washington street. South Noraralk. Conn.
DIT^F>- COUNTY FARM-*. (390 to J2o.o^i. ARCH
'I } iBAI-D C. POSflii >* East 42d FTr«-t. ■-e-.. YorV. <*ity.
torarich oflßc*. Millenor, N. V.
JX>OR TO RENT- PI X ROOM? AND BATH: ALL
J 1 Im7>rov«rnents : heat 1n winter; MM BtsvUar R.
TT'RVEB. Tiif k*i ••
i'» CRE PLOTS. 'WITH IMPROVEMRNTP: FIVE MTV
'j\_ u-e* from ;•■' : Relation iimar.dmr Orar«»
roanty JSnun'ilti panorama: ?son. "WOOOfiIDE StM
MIT."" Box 3 K . Monroe, H Y.
Til ALB A.-ON-THE- WATER. THE ONLY SIMRRPRnr
31 ertv for rsl, 'n N. Y. City. REALTY TBCST. 60
Liberty 'i ___
/•~ACRnS TO'-PF. 7 ROOMS. BARN. BROOK; $7.V>.
y^ Hil-.l ,|. C FOSR, 35* East 42<1 street. Ne» York,
7. MillertoTi. N Y.
4A<-RE* : I)..; BE. BARS'. APPLE.<=. TROT - T RR<XIK.
tiprtng:' $k.h. ARCHIBALD C. FOSS. S9 K*t\ IM
street. an«* Mll>rtr,n. N. Y.
Furnished Houses to Let — Country.
FOR RENT — rOTTAGF.S AT
MANHANSETT MANOR,
SHELTER ISLAND
•Fully furnished for houw-i(»-i.li.g all modem improve
ments; **„ bath, rtjr.nintr water, etc. I'hoto fli«rt- plans j
at office. ■„■■-••• -. »■•
BCUK KILL FALLS. POCONO MOUNTAINS.
rurrlsfced «vitta*e. new; everything «ijrr>!i*'s tor h "' ** - !
lce*ping Firepis range, hath. .'. h*«rooili» large ;
r«rrbe«, ot*er\stor>. *rana vie.s I'«> yards I' 1 " walk !
Vr Inn M'-!erai. rent. Apply TV. E. WALTER. C* I
Arch St.. Philadelphia.
BERKSHIRE HILLS.
near TAkeville and Aharon. Conn
~- .-.' houfr 12 room*. i« rent: «11 modern im
jrr-v-rcent*. 10 * -..-,•■- IvJm MOEN. .••? ■?::•»'!)
»♦ . N««- York.
/-A DP ff\r% Fumt-hM «>tt*r-. '«" r«orr».
Vftrlj VUU t«'b. t*>epb~ne; Jilr* »OOl*. eea;
»«*cb. »27f. tiUTH. South Har«-lti. M*»»-
Country Property for Sale.
Addres* Uept. L.
FIDELITY DEVELOPMENT CO.. Owners,
Times Building. 42d Street and Broadway.
SEASBtORE— =AND== 3VCOXJJ?O"T-A.l^a-
Oakdale, L. I. Shelburne, N. H.
The Beauty trot of Look Inland. Nature's Heart o{ the White Mountain Region.
COMMODIOUS BUNGALOW SITES ON GREAT SOUTH
BAY CAN NOW BE HAD AT REASONABLE PRICES
Shelburne y N. //., has the best trout waters in the state, its
elevation ,000 feet, the Presidential Range in broad view,
grounds level, beautifully shaded and restricted; a permanent license
to fish and hunt on 20,000 acres of solid forest, a game preserve,
goes with the purchase; 70% can remain on mortgage at 4%.
Title insurance free.
W. K. ASTON, . . 80 WALL ST., N. Y.
~Vl€>xxr of Entrance to Hudson Heiglits.
fkeb excursion w jj soon be within 30 minutes of Grand Central
I Prom <;ranO Central Temporary rernu
j nai to-pat. may i«.4S a mnn • by electric train.
j 11 From V rjMh s. i 0.5» a m an 1 2 1* Schools, stores, churches near at hand.
' r our aß e n ,. .wearing red ticket in hat, Sewers, water, gas and electricity installed.
jc«t^^ilnK?A J v°iT. U r^^l?S^ I ATC 4.1^0 UP
IIM St.. 30 minute* before train leaves bsbb \J I f^3 WUI/\/ %JJ sT^ ■
J COME TO-DAY— DON'T WAIT. TT
* - : •• . RAPIDLY INCREASING IN VALUE.
I SJ HUDSON HEIGHTS
<ADDR " S> SS B^S:^- HASTINGS- ON- iSSSSF
• „.« U: ' : i£i ■ ihu ■ 00.p0,,- ■« - | SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS.
! w!!i lU map?Vo-ros k "™rb>" ret^n i High ground, bracing air, delightful surroundings.
. " ]a " I „ Write for maps.
X3TTJI>fiIOKr I*. ROSS COMPANY.
%i WEST 45TH ST.. Suite; 110.' ■Te)«rhr.ne 2TL"> Bryant. • NEW YORK CITY.
is as LOW IN PRICE as any BOOMED REAL ES- H
TATE development on Long Island or New Jersey, but §3
it will never be boomed or sold to the rabble. Refined »
people appreciate proper environment and insist on living aH
where they are absolutely assured of the permanence of Wm
a high class neighborhood. We invite the CRITICAL S3
to investigate the MOST EXCLUSIVE RESIDEN- M
TIAL PARK ON THE HUDSON. Our booklet j|
will tell you about it, and a postal will bring it. H
HASTINGS HOMES CO. I
47W422i5i NEW YORK AND HASTINGSON HUDSON.NY §■
TLL ?63 BRYANT TLL 36 ±TASTI_NGS._ »
Magnificent Acreage at Larch mont
Admittedly th« finest uiTipv^loped tract in WeßtrhPster County, comprising two hun
dred 37, d thirteen sverefj It is located at I,arrhmnnt and e>xtPn'lp over a half mile on
Weaver Street, which I* one of The most aristocratic avenues In \\ e?trhester. It Is also
divided by Grand Avenue and borders on Rockland Avenue.
It has the rare advantages of exclusive rear development, as it directly adjoins sonw
of th»» most beautiful estates to be found In the suburbs of New York. The character is
Oxed for all time.
It lies within seven minutes' drive from I.arcl.niont Station. eight minutes from
Maniaxoneok and twenty minutes from New Rochelle, being separated from the City of
New RochellC by the width of Weaver Street only.
It has splendid picturesque feature*) and would develop most advantageously in acre
age plots This land could be laid out in villa sites s<> that it would he easy for a develop
ment company to clear up A HALT MILLION DOLLARS in profit. As a speculative,
proposition It i" unapproachable, as its nearness to New York makes it a niOßl desirable
business Investment. A rare opportunity for an individual or a development company to
reap rich rewards. The property can be divided if desired. This magnificent acreage.
ONE-HALF AH EOUB from 42d Street, can be purchased at a very reasonable price and
terms arranged to suit the purchaser.
EDWARD LYMAN BILL,
1 MADISON AVENUE. NEW YORK
Furnished Houses to Let Country.
At Glen Ridge, N. J.
To Jet furnished, for the summer months or logger.
a high -clans residence property, consisting of the
house and about eight acres of land. The house con
tains r-arlot. foy«-r hall, library. <Jen. dir.lng room,
butler's paltry, kitchen; ten bedrooms, four bath
room*, billiard room and dressing room; finished In
Flemish oak; richly furnished throughout.
Surrounding the house are beautiful grounds, con
sisting of tennis court, oroguet ground, flower garden,
vegetable garden, fruit orchard, grapery, etc. A per
fectly reliable man. who is coachman and gaj-dener.
one who thoroughly understands his business, can be
engaged.
The rents! of 'his property |i $*» pei month. .Can
be «»»n at any time by appointment.
For further particular* address
F. M. Crawley & Bros.,
Real Estate Brokers,
- IR^FnRP bi/mx. MO\T(I.AIR, n. .1
I-"ORI -"OR RFVT —FfRVIPHBD HOUSE AT SCAHSDALE
< ii i>f«cii«9RU time b»th«; bmuUfulty situated,
-«.- *t*i£>n ■ i<Mw«» W. «• W.. 27 W«t 38th *.
> T EW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY, MAY 17. 1908.
Country Property for Sale.
Furnished Houses to Lei — Country
mO^Twr^^HoI^N7RCR<3FT COTTAGE." ON SIGNAL
X Hill. I^ake Placid. N. V.— A cottage of nine rooms.
well furnished; bathroom; sanitary plumbing; icehouse
filled; boathouse and boats. Rent. $700. Apply to J. H..
133 Water street. Brooklyn. N. T.
1.-\UIiNIHHKI> HOUSE IN THE CATSKILLS.—ALTI
. tud*. 2.<H»fi feet; modern conveniences; spring water;
excellent "■tabling: live minutes from depot. Apply
H. DOWIE, Jr..
321 Washington* City.
VKTISTK 'AU.Y FURNISHED OOTTAOIB TO I^ET.—
J\. J»ki for four nmnthe: 7 rooms: 3i> minutes from
42d st. OWNER. 4fl South loth aye.. Mount Vernon. N. Y.
TO LBT. BT THE BEJAfION. LARC.E HOUSE, PARTLY
1 furnished or unfurnished, Iwrn and plenty of good
land on main street In Firewater, Ma» Apply to HARRY
■* CLARK, 4011 4th a\e.. Brooklyn. N. Y.
OCEAN rRoNT COTTAOBi « MINUTES To NSW*
York; ».lth or without board- »pe.ctal terms a^ason.
WM. JOHNSON, 3» Bond aye., Rockaway Reach.
lATBSTCHBSTER MIMA NEAR (-roton LAKK.
»V OM-M»hlon«i rottagw; 7 mom». furnished; about on «
hour from NT*w Vnrk . on» mil* frnm ■ tatinn. Addrvg,
Hoi 344, Kaionah, N. T. ■..-.-■• - \:
BRAPLEY BEACH. v J. INBAR ASBURY PARKi -
P"-)'-ni*r*<l •>»>ap» *»vmi mom*, bath; Improvements,
t, , '•**'" r. . r*nt r»»«onabl*. STORE. ...... 34 •.«., > X.
4uction Sales of Real Estate. \ Auction Sales of | _^nctwn SnJf * n f Rr "[ h: * frifr -
Mr. MAN ■ I £?*
LOHBAUER PARK
To-day or To-morrow
SEE FOR YOURSELF THESE BEAUTIFUL LOTS IN NEW YORK CITY, WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT
ABSOLUTE AUCTION SALE
150 DOLLARS Will Buy You a $500 Lot
210 DOLLARS Will Buy You a $700 Lot
THE BALANCE CAN REMAIN ON MORTGAGE
AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A LARGE PROFIT IN A SHORT TIME
■700 BRONX LOTS
The Lavton Mansion, Suitable for Residence, Hotel or Club House, and other buildings will
be sold with the lots on which they are situated.
THIS PROPERTY Adjoins the Parklike Grounds of the Country Club, and fronts on the
EASTERN BOULEVARD TOWN DOCK ROAD
Beautiful PELHAM BAY
AND OTHER STREETS AND AVENUES
-Itoftf .f -h.. >o« b-r Ho, for ;»„ j-l-lljll. ..n ..on., and j I UAUJ £*$,£%** Bl V THI'. FROPERTY — ••spooially hr
I UyO •' V '"' ■"' : ,"„« „r ? hrr" rrarT or *"<■, lull I NUff _„a w wn yoa CTiU '•"'" to rhi * 1~-»tl«n— DONT for <t .
I WJQ C Tour' ,= ,U FkV.K OK * H IBKK " W " ~' »<" "" •"'" »'" **" '" P"-' "^ «"" «» *»** f » r
rrt • --» j_ r\* J. by taking Elevated or Subway to 177 th Street and
nO Tn I h|C On^rtV I lit* PCX Westchester Aye. car to the property, or Subway to
yU === I U Illl^ aIUJJ'^SLT 1/lIWV.I Simpson Street and Westchester car to the property.
S^IEOI.A.X-j NOTICE.
The public is cordially invited to attend the grand concert to be given in the pavilion on the premises by the CATHOLIC
PROTECTORY BAND to. lav at 2:30 P. M.
ATTEND—SaIe Next Tuesday, May 19
AT II A. M., AT EXCHANGE SALESROOM, 14-16 VESEY ST.
BOOKLETS CAN BE OBTAINED OH THE PROPERTY
JOSEPH P. DAY, Auc't %J5%5£&
Heal Estate.
It Is the Right Time to Purchase
Bronx Real Estate
The Extension of
Transit Facilities
Will Cause an Increase in
Bronx Real Estate Values
J. CLARENCE DAVIES,
149 th Street and Third Avenue,
156 Broadway.
Tel. 54«2 Mcl rose
4POI i.'nrtlandt
RULAND & WHITING CO.
REAL ESTATE
5 BEEKMAN ST. NEW YORK
LOOK OVER
JOSEPH P. DAY'S
CONCENTRATED ADVERTISING
of Auction Sales
Id Saturday and Sunday papers.
«^nA f\f\{\ WANTED ON BONr> AND MORTGAGE:
■P_LUV»vJ' f\J -W>str.h«Pter development acreage; vain*.
$."500,000. Address BONDS, Trlbun* Uptown Office. 1364
Broadway.
1 * MAX OR COMBINATION OF MEN WITH MONEY
J\. to Invent in choice real estate. I will sell over
1 (MX) r.ull<ltnK lot? at *i prir» of ndjolntne property;
must realize $ioo,nno before June Int. F. J., Box R.
Tribune. Office.
Country Property to Let.
SEA-SHORE COTTAGES
IX>NG BEACH. LONG ISLAND.
Commodious 10 to 18 room furnished . ■••tta«r<>(« «n this
delightful ocean-front Island to rent for the season:
1O miles of finest white sand beach; 2■? miles of 50
foot-wide boardwalk; 24 miles from New York. Price
$fW> to JJ.OOO. Also a few bungalows to let.
ESTATES OF LONG BEACH.
I;'.'.". 3th An.. New York.
Beacon Hall
'•The Bent for Years to « ome."
L. usurious summer Apartments of flye and six rooms
anl bath*: all modern Improvements, a private porch
tor ear-ii tenant; rat<»s $.".0 and upward Apply Barton
( Melßhnn. 220 Main St.. New Rochelle. N. Y.
■FLUSHING. I* I. — LET. NO 2/>7 WHITESTONB
V avenue, directly opposite Flushing Country Club: six
bf-droonis. two bathrooms; modern plvmbtnp; electric
liicht- fine lawn, garden, stable and paragr»; commodious
studio with admirable light; h«*t view In Flushing,
price reasonable to desirable party Apply to KI.L.IOTT.
JAKFitAY & CO. New York, or D. MASTERS A CO..
Flashing, I>>n«: Island.
riv • RENT.— A LJUtGB, COMFORTABLE BOUSE. WITH
1 beautiful FurroundlnßS; new plumbing, with all mod
ern conveniences: stable and carriage house: rent reason
able; near Wa>hlngtonvllle. Orange County. N. Y. F. B.
PHILLIPS, 12 Front St.. New York.
OCEAN GROVE N. J.. BROADWAY.- PLEASANT 11
\ / room cottage; bath; also bungalow. 4 rooms; IS min
titan from octan. and Fletcher Lake. Address A. M. B .
27 West 38th St.
lAKRVII-I.K. CONN.— HOUSE FOR SUMMER: 12
J rooms and bath; large garilon; Ice. milk: man for
lawns. <;EO D. HARRISON. 5.'. Liberty st. New York.
Heal Estate Wanted.
\\7ASTED, TO RENT. WITH VIEW TO PURCHASE.
\V within one. hour of New York City Hall, a compara
tively modern house, with two or three acres of land.
Address, with description and terms for rent or purchase.
E. J. X . Bo* 12. Tribune Office.
4 I>VKRTISEMBNTS and subscriptions for The Tribune
A '\ received at their Uptown Office. No. liMW Broe<lwa\.
between 3rtth and 37th sts.. until $» o'clock p. m. Adver
tisements received •< the following branch offices »t
regular office rate* until *> o'clock p m.. \\y : 2»i4 (»Th
aye H , cor. -'.-I St.: 153 «th »v»., ear 12th St.: 02 Was'
Uth' «' ; if.7 W'e.t 42.1 »t.. b'tneen 7th ami Mh *v»s. ;
Crt" \\'»«t 123»h St.; IXIS Id »c between 7*ith mid 77th
it« . 1 0- JH S<l »v» . near film •' ; '"** '" iv». ne 4r4 r h>«
«> , 15* F»-"» !2«r M . 7M T<-*rp« t iv»., 6.V) 3d *vt .
or any American DUtrlet T»l«rr«ph Office,
I' n furnished Apartments to Let.
For thr .\rrf,mmr»lnttnn rt Thf"- I.r<n i>"/ T>>urt
The Arvsoniac
NOW OFFERS
Housekeeping and Non-Housekeeping Apartments
Furnished and Unfurnished
For I <n»r for th-r Coming Year, Vommrmeimo October First
MAID SERVICE OPTIONAL
HOUSEKEEPING j NON-HOUSEKEEPING
5 rooms and bath $1,800. 2.000 • --
6 rooms and bath 1.800. 2.200 2 room, and bath, * 50;J - I^ G9
7 rooms and bath 2.700 3 rooms and bath t,500. 2.000
M rooms and 2 baths 3.200. 3.600 , ,_„_,„ , nH „ hath . ? <-»
._ . „ , •„„ ■, ann 3 rooms ana •. oatns 4.* m
11 rooms and 3 baths 3300. 3.800 i
13 rooms and 3 bath* 5.000 ! 4 rooms and 2 baths - ... 2.200
Every detail may be arranged, and a choice of location obtained
BY LEASING NOW
Fireproof in tferj sense of the word
AT SCBWAT E\rKE« STATION
Broadway at Seventy-Third St.
80 MADISON AVENUE.
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Furnished Apartments to Let.
FROM JfVE I'XTIL WTOBER.
location Most Desirable Hill Section. Rror>k:>-n
Fine Apartmejit RuiWing;. All Modem Improvements.
ELEVATOR SERVICE. TELEPHONE.
Seven Rooms and Rath.
COMPLETELY FVRNISHED.
Steinwa> fpright Piano
rnnue-<tk>nab!e References Required.
Address J.. Box *JV. Tribune Office.
Country Property for Sale or to Let.
ff^ ■»■ ■■ Four $2 M sr»l'l pt>u-e^ and &•"> other
r f^ EL EL article* at Fractal Sales Day Auction
Of H .1 Sharr»rt. Decker are and Catharine. st Port
Richmond. Saturday. May 23. 19O*. at 2:30 P. M..
when the following will he sold to highest M.idem
House. Kjrbert aye.. near Jewett a.v» . We«t Brigh
ton: lot 50x175.
House, No. 6 Grant M., Fort Richmond. » rooms; lot
2/>x 1 »>o
Four acres salt m«nlo*. OIJ Place Cr«ek. Mariner**
Harbor.
T,ots S4 and 55 Palmer «v» . Port Richmond.
I.otn lfff> and 171 Lexington iv«., Fort Richmond.
•JO lots. each COxTOO (not less than 2 to a pur
chaser*.
Catherine nt.. Decker »-». Stephens PI.. Plot No. 2
Dicker Heights. Port Richmond: sewer and water: to
per cent, rash and fe«s on day of sale: 10 per cent. In
20 days; balance *.' per month per lot; 5 per cent,
discount for cash.
.1 lot?. Frsnklln aye. near Washington aye.. Mari
ners" Harbor.
Tent will be provided and refreshments served
HI OnAnnCl I port rkioiomi n i
I til dnAiinCl I PORT RICHMOND. X. Y.
$100,000.00 tr> In -* n on Bond and Mort
*IUU|UUUIUU Ktus." in amount to suit.
LITCHFIELD, CONN.
Bxceptlonal opportunity to buy or rent
Beautiful Colonial House
F.ntlrely renovated: 2r. rooms, Including: «<tven master
bedrooms; adapted for summer and winter occupancy
12 ACRES
I. AWN AND MEADOWS. FLOWER KARDKN.
FRI'IT AND BHADE TREES.
Stables and Barn
In perfect repair for a dozen horses and cows.
HARRIS * VAUOHAN. 141« Broadway. New York CitT-
ISLIP 1.. I.
Furnished cottages on water .in.! other choice locali
ties: reducej rentals: best opportunities ever offered;
magnificent 1* acre estate: imposing granite mansion:
Ideal situation: for sale !»•»>» than cost of lanJ Ask
for Catalog. C. T. SMITH. Isll(>. I. I.
KM) ACRE GOOD GRAIN. DAIRY OR TRUCK
• 'J\J farm: 500 fruit trees: good buildings; near depot,
on two railroads: plenty w*ter: only hour out; closing
estate- easy terms. Call on REALTY BITERS. 2»>O
Montague St.. Brooklyn.
I^OR RENT OR FOR SAI.&-UKER.WVICH, CONN.—
I Mo<lern house. 11 rooms: nil improvements; gaa.
city water, large piazza. Hound view: barn; eight
acres. EDWARD O. WARD. Executor, 261 Broadway.
New York.
City Property for Sale.
BROADTVAT. NORTHWEST CORVRR OF REAPF. >T .
«^K, i for ...I- mm of the mi>i! de»tr»bl<» cor
n-r» ii»irtniii Apr'» to WM C WALJvER'S SON'S.
2"9 Broad-way.
l't) furnished Apartment* to Let.
\— " HER a Ca ELEVATOR APARTMKXT.
.\. 101 West U3U -i- . corn-r r>r, a a-e.; tvaitiT;!
l<xatlon. rear Central Park; acanmenr? fly? and »•*.
rooms; <lay an.i nitrh' s«rvir«; liberal inlucenient«. |->"»
rent. IJrt West M st. ">■*
4 XOTHETK POt'HKR & CO. ELEVATOR APAKTMrTSTv,^?
4—5 West IIS «.. corner Amsterdam tv» : har.'i-- .-^
•omeljr <i«vorate'i: exrpjvtionally linht; h:;h daa<; sit a***^
■*■•. n: nwm» ar.l bath; r»nt stiO to $T5; conv-ntTic**-^'.
t"»> West 34th »t. . - : -s
Htm Jersey Real Estate.
Take an Outing With Us To-day.
Wet ■want you to see i» Jersey In th<» sprlns Om*
when the birds ar<» slnsinc and th- wild violet* «■<
donwood fill the air with perfum* rare. Wo wart you
to see the, property we are selling 1 for
$150 an Acr*-
JERSEY MANOR
Adjoining- Metuchen. - mtlen from Xow T : !riiri»'»* r ■ "
$15 a lot while they last — 2* mont t<-» ?x. tor* "U
them In.
Ts>t fre« to e-».->i purchaser.
Com* with us on our
FREE SPECIAL TRAIN
VIA WXSfS. R. I TO-DAY.
Cortlandt. 23<1 an! t>esbrosses Street Terr"**. .. «
New York side. 1:50 p.m. ..';
Look for white bads« of
W. C REEVES & CO..
124 E. 23,1 St.. V T. CitT.
Train »top^ at Market St.. N«-.\aiic 2 M
AN OPPORTUNITY, NUTLEY, N.J.
♦.*» minute^ out; un» residence, on principal *•
dence avenue: 12 lax** rn»ma and hath, rtftrta
IlKht. hot water heat. large verandas. beaiir.f\:l
rrmind.» and treea: corner plot. {"OxlMt tJtre* mt:
ute» from railroad station: '.'• minute* from golf
club: will l>* clos«d out to prompt purchaser *t
$10,000. much less than th« cost of hc»ua» a!on-«:
liberal terms; this in in unusual bargain. ah in
investigation will prove. WM. A. LAJtEF.RT.
■wne.r. West Xutley. N. J. . 90 Nassau St.. N. V.
MT* f\ f% 1%/1 Th«» greatest bargain of th(»
r r\ L\ IVI R-eneratlon. Write J. STERtISO
■ I ll\l 1 DRAKE. *2 Bway. N»w Torkv
TO LET OR FOR SALE.— BLOOMFIKLD. N. J.. ON ,
I east side of park; seven minutes* walk froT . «
l.ackawanna station anil Green woixl Lak« Ry. station; . ■.
house lately built: modern a:iJ complete; l»r*4»— '
piazza. E. C WARD. S6 Beach St. and 26t nro«.Tw«.'.
New York.
I:»NGLEWOOD.— DESIRABLE HOUSES TOR RES*~*
11 furnished f<»r summer; 11111 section of fc>.«!ewo«»l;-. •■
*123. $I.V>. $an> $2T>«> $3c»» mvnth: some fin- lor<-r t»r«n. 1
H. WEATHERBI * CIA. En«l««wou>t. N. J. : ' '
T-"V>R SALE.— FOITR AND ONE-HALF ACRES Of
J. land, grovA, mineral spring. in i,-« for trout and *cm*-
R*h. fruit, etc.; near trolley and station at Warren folne.
N. J. N. VAN RIPER.
Warren Point. ISergen County. N. J- .
l ■'K^/\n^■.Tn. N. J.— TO LET. EIGHT boo« ANp
J bath: perfect condition: steam h*at. el-ctrio lignt.
best lo.*tion. s. C RIDLEY. Us PWsM •
Brooklyn Property to Let.
BAY RIDOSF* BROOKI.T!< V T. -TO tJTT. *T*t.
nt»he 1 for «>iTner nni»>n. <* *.-...»« in P."»v ■-■■
..r,. bl-vk fr<»n the r K*T>l .\'ht«»li- <;iu> a^ramS*^
s'irroundtnjs suburban in ev«r» r*s?f' r : r ' :x WI "
<H.,1.« f«r smsH f<«mt!v pr»ferrerf. rent !•••*' *l- I
AMrm G H. W...B<W * Trlhuns C2c«.

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