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TO ERECT BIG HOUSES
WILL COST USOfiOO EACH.
Structures Planned by the Washing
ton Heights Company.
Two six story apartment houses are to b« built
on th«» west side of Audubon are., from 177 th to
178 th St.. far the Washington Heights Development
«.nd Construction Company, of -which Henry L..
Felt is president. Each is to be S3 feet front on
the avenue and 100 feet deep, and will have facades
of brick, trimmed with decorative stone and fin
ished with ornamentations of concrete work. Mulll
ken & Moeller ar- the architects. Each building
Is to cost $250,000.
Plans have also been filed for making over the
four story loft building No. 53 West 39th st. into
a five story office and studio building, with ele
vator service and modern fittings. The improve
ments are to be made for William P. Paris as
Plans have also been Sled for remodelling the
three story house No. 185 East 71st st., for Sidney
E. Garber. as owner, and for enlarging the twe
■tory and attic dwelling and store No. 163 Eighth
aye. ' G. Fusture is the owner.
Plans have also been filed for refitting the five
ttory tenement house at at No. 101 Orchard st..
owned by Leader. Bloom & Silverman. which was
damaped by fire recently.
J. P. Whiton-Stuart has sold for Bertha Beauth
ner to George Heck No. 82 East 65th St.. a four
story and basement stone front dwelling house on
a lot 2»x100.5 feet, adjo.nlng the southwest corm-r
Of Park aye. Mr. Heck will alter the house with
an American basement dwelling house, for his own
Joseph F. A. O'Donnell has sold for Charles B.
Mayer No. 6S East 117 th st.. a five story triple flat
house, on a lot 25jc100.11 feet.
IN THE AUCTION BOOMS.
Buyers Found for Tzlo Improved
Two parcels were sold yesterday in the Real
'Estate Exchange Salesrooms, No. 14 and 16 Vesey
street. The results were as follows:
By Joseph P Day: 120 126 th st. s. s. 231.3 ft w of
Lenox av f If- S»xi* li . 3 story and basement dwlg h;
Mutual Life Ins Co art TV A Tuttle et al; James Mo-
Kew. any; \V:n Klelr.. ref; amt due. $10,182 14; taxes,
etc, $4SJ>3»; adjourned to July 13.
By Samuel Marx: 504 iMa st. s s, 105 ft c of Avenue
A 2SxM>: 5 story ten h: Fred Kuser et al apt C A Gut
bey et a:. Jacob Newman, atty; J J Com. ref: amt due.
$11 721 23- taxes, etc. $29; to Michael Condron for H6JOO.
By Herbert A Sherman: 434 and 436 117 th St. 8 s. 238 «
ft sr of Pleasant aye, 37.6x100.11x irre^; « rtory ten h
and Ktore; William La.ue art Mooes Fait at al; Bowers &
S. atty* Stephen CallaKhan. ref; ajnt due, $19,134 92;
taxes etc. $1.740 95; sub to a mtge of $32,000; to th«
plaintiff for $37,980.
The auction offerings to-day will be as follows:
By L .1 Phillips & Co: 52 Washington st. w s.
107 2 ft n of Morris Bt. 20x90x31. 7x59. 6. 1 and 2 sty
f table: also 29 West St. * s. 120.6 ft n of Morris Ft.
29 10x90x1«.2x59.3. 8 sty More: I Goldsmith. exr. etc.
apt E Taneubaumet el; F H Levy, atty: F Hendrlck,
ref: am: due., 5.17.-»CrO «>-, . taxes, etc. $1.795.
By Joseph P Day: 102 64th St. s b. M ft eof Park
»ye. [90. 4 sty and basement dwg h; also 17 Hester
at n w cor Suffolk Ft. 25.1x75.1x20x75. I sty ten h and
FT.-.re: A .1 Rachmll ajrt Augusta Jacobs et al: Davis
A- X atty«. W Klein, ref: partition: .V.4 and V,6 Wales
aye. c m. 25 ft n of 149 th st. ."WxlOO: 1 sty dw*r h and
vacant. Kate Considlne apt Mao- Tlmb> et al: M I
Sullivan any: B H IVelnhandler. ref, amt due.
$5.232 64; taxes, etc. $1.193 31.
By Samuel Marx: 54 59th st. n B, 250 ft c of
■^Vest End avf 23*100. 4 sty ten h and store; M N
Dudley art F De Rosa et al; G M Browne, atty: J J
Frank, ref. amt due. $11,80137; taxes, etc, $343 98
TWO BIG BROOKLYN SALES.
Rose Cohen has sold to Isaac H. Radford. of
Toronto. Canada, the Iroqouis apartment house, a
six story stone structure, on a plot 100x100 feet, at
the southwest corner of Kh aye. and Sth st . Brook
lyn. The property was sold for $200,000. subject to
a mortgage of $140,000.
The Jackson Realty Company ha.« sold to Hlrsch
& Cohen the six story stone apartment hotel known
as Willow Court, covering a plot 10>xlOO feet, at
the northwest corner of Clark and Willow sts..
Brooklyn. The consideration, as reported, was
J225.000, subject to a mortgage of $150,000.
IN THE BROKERAGE MARKET.
I. Randolph Jacobs & Co. have sold for Laura
Gross Nos. 155 and 159 West H.'.th st.. two five
Story flathouses, each or a. plot 40x99.11 feet.
Isadore Kaplan has sold for a Mr. McMahon No.
753 East 152 d St.. a four story flathouse, on a let
25x102 feet. Also Fold for Isaac Brown No. 1254
Teller »>".. a three story brick boose, on a lot
25x81 feet, and for Ida Krau?s No. 37W Park aye., a
three story frame building, on a lot 20x145 feet.
Roland H. Kilpatrick has sold No. M Greenwich
St., southwest corner of .Horatio St.. a three story
and basement building, on a lot :2.1x74.10 feet.
Jesse i". Bennett & Co. have sold for A. W.
Francis to a client, for occupancy. No. 320 West
S2d st-, a four story American basement dwelling
house, on lot 16x102.2 feet.
The Toch Really Company has sold No. 170 East
96th st., a four story flathouse. on plot 30x100.8 feet.
W. A. Walters has sold for Sarah S. Jones the
three story dwelling house on the east side of King
aye., 150 feet north of Elizabeth St., City Island, on
plot ■'-ii:' feet, extending to Long Island Sound.
The Butler & Herman Company sold for a client
to Arthur M. Saunders No. 147 West 143 d st., a six
story apartment house, on lit 37.5x59.1l feet.
MANY LEASES REPORTED.
Pease & Elliman have leased No. 210 West 91st
St., for Mrs. K. Y. K. Holder; to "vVinjam N. Rich
ards; No. 40 East 35th St., for Mrs. A. L. Winter
to in A. D. Cheever; No. 17 West S9th st., for
Eugene Vallons to F. B. Parkhurst; No. 15 West
sSth St.. for Judge Dupro to Mrs. Eoklin; No. 120
East Csth st.. for I. Chaunccy McKeever to Henry O.
Havemeyer. jr.; No. 232 West 71st Ft., for Mrs. M.
Sap* t» K. N. Behrens; No. 534 West End aye,. for
Thomas A. Mills to Three Arts Club; No. 140 East
63d si., for Goelet estate to Arthur C. James; No.
144 East 36th Ft-, for Mrs. C. L. Strong to John T.
I jams: No. 28 West 10th St., for A. J. Cammeyer to
Mr. de Hercz<t; No. 4* West 4&th St.. for Dr. E.
G. Janeway to Mrs. M. H. Sutton; No. 107 East
79th St., for Louis Hommer to G. W. Rantoul; No.
25 East 30th St., for Philip E. Jennings to James A.
Boosevelt; No. 118 East 2Sth ft., for George M.
Wool6ey to Mrs. A. Mordaunt; No. 9 West 10th
St., for H. H. Benkard to Mrs. Schuyier V«in Rens
•elaer; No. 176 West 72d street, for Mrs. Caryl Ben
eel to E. A. Stuart; No. 282 West 92d St.. for B.
G. Brown to S. E. Locke; No. 329 West 77th st.,
for H. P. llcKenney to W. J. Underwood; No. 54
East 69th «_. for George F. Carr to F. B. Porter;
No. 8 East >th St.. for Mrs. R. B. Livingston to
Arthur Brisbane, and No. 22 West 45th st.. for*
Rose & PuUßel to the Univeisal School.
S. Osg-ood Pell & Co. have leased for Mrs. Ira
Barrows No. 36 East 54th st. to Mrs. Harry La
MonULgne for a term of years.
Jesse C. Bennett & Co. have leased for Edward
H. Fallows to Joseph H. Wise No. 213 West 75th
•t.. for Mrs. C. L- Tyson to Wallace Irwin No. 273
West £4th.. lor William J. Collins to a Mr. Emig
No. 277 West Mth st. and for the estate of Ida S.
Mack to Dr. Gillespie No. 228 West S2d si.
EMPIRE TRUST COMPANY LENDS 5115,000-
The Parkview Company has mortgaged the new
apartment house, on a plot 100.6x100 feet, at the
northeast corner of 66th st. and Madison aye., to
the Empire Trust Company for $115,000 at 6 per
cent for two years. The premises is subject to a
prior mortgage lor J73f.,0u0.
■■MM & Hobbs have sod for Dr. Robert Lewis,
jr.. bis shore property at Sound Beach, Conn. The
buyer will «rect Ml the site a fine dwelling house.
Douglas Robinson, Charles S. Brown & Co. were
the brokers In the sale of No. 161 Kast Tint et..
for Eumner Gerard.
John J. McCarthy is the buyer of No. 150 West
87th St.. OIIIMUII W. Collord of No. 260 West 73d St.,
and George F. Picken of No. 251 West 123 d St.
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS.
Elfctnrie r« ». '■ -. 137.4 ft « of Prospect aye.
2. .xl<r' Kllzabetb X Doollas loam Victoria
John st. f'- 4 to •*. and William et. 111 to 121;
Ot*an* ■::•!.■ ».i" Guarantee Corporation
k-aiii Golden Hill Building Company IM.OOO
THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
"*"* d*t c w corner of Hughe* »v«; for a four
• tury ;«-n :■ 8<#.4i»«72.0 . «'■■; f4i.UT»: Krabe £.
Schurrla.-:] owners; Charles Bchaefer. architect. $12,000
West short. East Rl\« -:-■ ft ._••• 13Mh fit; /■
* one story brick purr.p b«aw. '• l " i - * Central
Union Cas Company. t>v/ner; t L. spencer. ...
-tcbitect I*'oo1 *' 00
GAEDEN CITY ESTATES SALES.
VTarden City Estates has cold at its tract at
Garden City, to B. H. and J. K. Patrick the villa
plot, IS2 by 200 feet, at the northwest corner of
Whitehall boulevard and Stratford avenue; to M.
M. Scrlven the plot, 60 by 100 feet,* or. the east
side of Brixton road, 200 feet south of Salisbury
avenue; to L.. and K. Dwiggins the plot, 100 by
100 feet, at the northeast corner of Stratford ave
nue and Kensingtort roadT to E. M. Dwigglns the
plot, 60 by 100 feet, at the southwest corner of
Salisbury avenue and Wellington road; to G. W.
Maden the piot. 60 by 100 feet, on the west side
of Ker.sinpton road, 400 feet south of Newmarket
road; to U J. Weed the plot, 80 by 100 feet, at the
southeast corner of Salisbury avenue and Brixton
Sun rises 4:36 Sun sets 7:33, Moon rises 12:07; Moons age 9
A M —Sandy Hook 12:47, G0v. Island 1 :10iHell Gate 3:03
V~. M.— Sandy Hook 1 :45,G0v. Isiand 2:07, He1l Gate 4:00
The Ryndam, reported 260 miles east of Sandy Hook
at »a "I yesterday, will probably duck about 7. J0 this
The Kronprinz Wilhelm, which was SSO mil*s east of
Sandy liu..k at 12:»> yesterday morning, is expected at
her dock about 4 o'clock this afternoon.
The President Lincoln was 17(1 miles southeast ..f Sable
Island at 4:!>O a m yesterday. Wili prcbably dock about
7:30 to-morrow morning.
Vessel. From Llne - '
•Trinidad Bermuda. July 2 (Juebec
•Maracalbo Curacao. June 28 Red "D
•KronprinzWllhelm.Hremen. June 30... N G Lloyd
•Finance Colon, July 1 Panama
•Saratoga Havana. July 4 Ward
Woglinde Hamburg. June 24
City of Savannah... Savannah, July 2 Savannah
City of Everett B«Try, June 20 - . — — - —
Ryndam -...Rotterdam June 27 Holland-Am
Cli mill KurfursC.... Bremen. June 27 N G Lloyd
Carpathla. Gibraltar. June 27 ,_■ \\ C v " anl
Denver Galveston. July 1 --Mai lory
City of Atlanta Savannah. July 4 • .Savannah
WEDNESDAY. JULY 8.
President Lincoln... Plymouth. June »> Hamb-Am
PrinzeES Alice .' Cherbourg. June IMS N ti Llo>d
Gunther Barbados. July 1 Hamb-Am
Rio Grande. Tampa. July 2.-..- Ma! 5V5 V
Apache Jacksonville. July 5 .Cl>de
THURSDAY. JULY 9.
•Lusltania Liverpool. July 4.... .....Cunard
•Adriatic Southampton. July 1 White star
•Parinia St Thomas. July 4 Quebec
•Orinoco Kingston. July 4 R MSP
rjmbrta Liverpool. July 1 Cunard
Floride Havre, June 27 French
Vessel For. Line. Mail closes. sails.
K'pzessln Cecilie. Bremen, N G Lloyd 6:30 am 10:00 a m
Korona. Martinique. Quebec i.. 9:30 am 12:00 m
[mogul. Argentina. Norton 11:00 am 1:00 pm
Huron. Jacksonville. Clyde 3:00 pm
City of Savannah. Savannah. Savannah 3:00 pm
WEDNESDAY JULY 8.
Lucanla Liverpool. Cunard 6:30 am 10:00 am
Teutonic Southampton White Star.. 6:30 am 10;(Klam
Aurora. Wracoa. Red D ; £2 a m «*» m m
T de Larrinaga, Argentina 8:00 am 10:00 am
Maraval. Grenada, Trinidad 10:00 a m 12:00 m
P X Friedrich. Haiti. Hamb-Am 11:00 am 1 0" p m
Hvade*. Argentina. Houston 111 1 1 1: 2? am Jf2? P ™
Ailianck. Colon. Panama 11 :.« am 3 :00 p m
S. Turks Island. Clyde ..... .12:00 m 3Wpm
New Amsterdam. Rotterdam Hol-Am l^:»om
San Marcos. Galvestcn. Mallor}' 12:00 m
THURSDAY. JULY 9.
La Touraine. Havre. French 7:oo am 10:00 am
Baltic Liverpool. White Star 10:30 a m 2:oopm
Se»ruranca. Havana. Ward »:>*> a m 12:00 m
United States Chrirtlania. Scand-Am. ■ 12:00 m
Ltitzow, Bremen, N G Lloyd — V, ™a v
Moltke. Hamburg. Hamb-Am 11 : h» a m
Alconquin. JarksonviHe. Clyde ... ... 3.00 p m
City of Atlanta, Savannah, Savannah. o.OOpm
Destination and steamer. Close In New York.
Australia (except West), New Zealand.
Samoan Islands. Fiji Islands and New
Caledonia — (via Vancouver and Vic
toria, B O— Marama July 12, 6:30 p m
Hawaii. Japan. Corea, China and Philip
pine Islands — (via San Francisco)—
Corea July 18. 6:30 pm
Tahiti and Marquesas Islands — (via San
Francisco)— Marlposa Aug. 1. 6:30 p m
Port of New York, Monday, July 6, 1908.
Steamer Minnetonka (Br). Cannons. London June 27.
to the Atlantic Transport Line, with 7& cabin passengers
and mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 2:50 a m.
liner Manna Hata, Charles, Baltimore, to the New
York and Baltimore Transportation Company, with
mdse. Left Quarantine at 6:20 a m.
Steamer Joseph X Cuneo (Nor). Armadt, Port Antonio
6 days, to the Cuneo Importing Company, with fruit.
Arrived' at the Bar at 1 a m.
Steamer 9trathyr» (Br), Gunn. Rio de Janeiro June 8
and Victoria 16. to the T C Seager Company, with coffee.
Arrived at the Bar at 5 a m.
Steamer Uller (Nor), Torgesen, Guadeloupe June 16.
Denerara 22 and Barbados 27. to L W & P Armstrong,
with sugar. Arrived at the Bar at 2 a m.
Steamer Proteus. Hopner, New Orleans July 1, to the
Southern Pacific Company, with passengers and mdse.
Left Quarantine at 6:06 a m.
Stoamer Joseph Di Giorgio (Nor). Alshager, Port An
tonio 5 day?, to the Atlantic Fruit Company, with fruit.
Arrived at' the Bar at 4 a in
Meame.- Vaderland (Belg). Barman, Antwerp and
Dover June 27. to the Red Star Line, with 142 cabin
and 175 eteeraje passengers and mdse. Arrived at the
Bar at 546 am. ,
Steamer Carlb. Dever»aux. Georgetown. S C. July 2. and
Wilmington, N C, 3d, to «he Clyde Ps Co, with passengers
and mdse. Left uarantine at 1130 am.
Steamer Karamacca (Dutch), Van der Est, Paramaribo
June 27 and Barbados 20. to the Royal Dutch West India
Mall Line, with 5 passengers, mail and mdse. Arrived
at the Bar at 3 p m.
Steamer Rotterdam (Dutch). Gleseke. Amsterdam June
24. to Philip Ruprecht in ballast. Arrived at the Bar at
Steamer Maracaino, Perry. Maracaibo June 27. Caracas 28
and Puerto Cabello 29. to Boulton, Bliss & Dallett. with
15 passengers, mails and mdse. Arrived at the Bar at
fiutAj Hook. N J. July 6, 930 p m— Wind southwest,
moderate breeze clear light sea.
P"-ame.r« Verona Utah for Genoa and Naples- Mont
■enmt fSpam. Cadiz. Barcelona, etc. Glanton (Br). St
1 m N B Copper.ame a>utch). Barbados, etc; Jefferson.
Norfolk and Newport News. Joseph W Fordney. New
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS,
London, July 6— Minnehaha <Br). New York. (Ger).
Bremen July 4. 9 a m— Prinz Frledrich W ilhelm (Ger),
New York via Plymouth and Cherbourg.
Dowr, July ti, 4:40 p m — Kroonland, New York for Ant-
PlymouTh. July 6. 10:42 a m—Kaiser Wiihelm der Groe«e
(Gen. New York for Cherbourg and Bremen.
G'a<cow July s— Caledonia (80. New ork via Movllle.
Liver^l. July 6— Carmania (Br), New York via Queens-
New'^ehwar*. July 6-Ptrathnairn (Br), New York via
Havre Vlnoent C V ar.d Port vTuu^. New York via
Havre July 5-Prlr^ Willem V (Dutch). New "S ork via
West Indlf^ and Venezuela for Amsterdam.
Suez. July 4-li:drawadi (Br), Yokohama, etc. for New
Rotterdam. July -Noordan> (Dutch). New York via
Boulogne; Russia (Russ). New York for Libau.
Car* Town July s— Corfe Castle (Br). New "York.
Montevideo. June SO -Horten^a. .fir,. New York for
Buenos Ayres and Rosario New York for Savon..
*lcier« July 2— Chesapeake (Br). New lork for Sa\ona.
ChrisUansand July 673 p xn-Hellig Olav (Dan), New
York for Copenhagen.
Alriers July 2— Hudson (Br). New York or Philadelphia.
Cherbourg. July 3. 7:35 p m -Kaiser Auguste Victoria
(Ger) New York; 4th. 5 p m— St Louis. New York;
.-.•'' 10 p m — Bremen (Ocr). New York.
Santander. July 3— Le Cole (Br). New York.
Rio de Janeiro. July 3— Tennyson <Br). New York.
St Vincent. C V, July 6— Baralong (Ur) (from New York).
Cape Town. Algoa Kay. etc.
Kingston. Jamaica. July 3— Thames <Br> (from New
York). Colon, etc, and Southampton; 4th— Orinoco
<Br). New York.
Pt Thomas. July 4. 5 p m--Parima (Br). New York
Table Bay. July 4 Kilchattan (from New York), Fre
mantle. Adelaide, etc
Swansea July 3— Clan Macintosh <Br). New York.
Antwerp, July s— Chester (Dutch), New York.
Lisbon. July I— Peninsular (Port), New York.
Cadiz June 30— Montevideo (Span). New York.
Rotterdam. July 4— Estonia (Russ>, New York.
Perim. July -i?trombui (Br), New York for Madras
Eagres. July C — Argentina (Aust), New York for Naples
and Trieste. i
Gibraltar J»ly 4— Alice (Anat). Tribute, etc. for New
York- Sth, Venezia (Ft). Marseilles for New York,
pci'iy July — Barbarosßa iGi'ri, New York for Bremen
Butt of Lewis, July 6— Burgermelster Petersen (Ger),
Barbados July 3— ltalian Prince (Br). Santos and Rio de
Janeiro for New York.
Free VniKleTllie In Ballroom Kiert Erenlnr. 0:30.
nnrflin R im admission free
At All Times
Mian Tranrls and her DurinK Home Dive from the
Tower 4 Time* daily.
Wm H Rfynoi.is. PHlMlll Take Iron Steamboats
BRIGHTON BEACH PAR|#
DBSTKCCnOM OF JKHI <AI.KM WL
PAik'S EXTRA GRAND DISPLAY ■«
I ||njf\ j Harlem to Luna In 65 minutes.
■ WIIH -j-i ie fc ubiiay t»k«s you to Atlantic
QO|f«|# j Aye.. B'kiyn. then transfer to tht
P Jit lint ! pr:i H'ach L'ipre««. <
C • l"\ IT &1 I \\ ohi. i> in wax. gyivsv mcsic.
C. LJ £1 t» j CINKMATOGKAI'H Every our
M(i .-> i; i; I Prominent I't-ople. Past and Present.
A BRACING SAIL IP THE HUDSON.
with fine concert*, on Day Liner*. Leaving West 424
Et. 9 and 10 a. M. and 2 I', 11. Aft»"ioon. t«tuiMii»n
to West Point.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, JULY 7. 1908
The boys, too, have their full por
tion of the good things which this
season's markdowns bring.
All through the stock of boys'
double-breasted and Norfolk suits,
substantial savings can now be had,
especially among the higher priced
suits, which are all down' now to
In short, ifs the same sort of a
price? revision as that which has
brought so many men's Summer
mixture suits from higher prices
down to $25, $20, or even less.
This is the weather when the
"Arrow" hits the hulls-eye with the
new Summer collar.
Two for a quarter.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
Three 3roadway Stores.
Warren st. 13th st.
Plea.se note change cf uptown store from :'.2nd St.
to X. E. corner 34th St.
HC*%. m^^r^ All Kr^ 1
JAKDINde PARIS x f^SV
ALWAYS COOL. Smoking Permitted. Eves. S:l3.
F. ZiEGFELD, JR.'S, REVUE
FOLLIES OF 1908
GENERAT. ADMISSION. TABLE SEATS. $1
AERIAL GARDEkS h n t sTr^t. Nig o h« s.3 h heo c
Atop NEW AMSTERDAM Theatre. West 41M St.
MATINEES WBD. & SAT. IN THEATRE.
HENRY W. SAVAGE'S Original Production.
THE MEKHY WIDOW
(Die Ltstige Witwe), Queen of Viennese Operettas.
IICUI VnDsf THEATRE. Bway anj 45th St.
nCIf lUitn Eves. 8:30. Mats. Wed. & Sat.
"i Successful Month — Cool as Mid-Season
CARLE £"<-- MARY ' S
/ '»'**'*- - 1 GAMBOL. LAMB
KMCKKKBOCKKR. Bway & 3Kth St
Last 0 Nights. 8:15. Last Mat. Pat.. 2:18
GEO. M. COHAN 1H ? R \ N 4 ?« EE
Temporary Vacation from July 11 to Aug. 3.
THE MiMIC WOBLDar SS™. CASINO £-£,
Three Twins tar Sir at ! 5 fcv Herald Sf
•Kg" Evenings 8:15. Matinee Mf
"^ To-morrow. 2:15
pin PIT Theitr8 B "^ y A:i° 3 th - ll th BIG
Lln 111 *£S?2fc«sr II week
The Mprrv-80-Round "-^ts^s
JllUlflUllJ UU liUUIIU including MABKL HITE.
UAMMERSTEIN'S ROOF fff sis
Wm fk Daily Mats Bprnar.ii ■ lißMnins changes). Ger
"■ In Theatre jtrude Hoflman. 10 others.
ASTOR I ;Sr.E»"£a£ 7TH MONTH
1 g^ 1 PAID IB FULL
Reached by All Routes to Coney Island.
Company will consider
loans in any amount on
desirable improved prop
erty, and can make a satis
factory interest rate pro
vided applications are pre
sented without delay.
Insurance and Trust
CAPITAL *. $9,500,000
87 Übem Street.
188 Montaitoe Street, llr.ol.ljn.
RULAND & WKiTING CO.
5 BEEKMAN ST, MEW YCRK
HIVKIJ VIKW MAXOK
is New York's nu.sl beautiful sunurb.
Brooklyn Property to Let.
17WR "KENT— riRST CLASS HOUSE ON (KITH ST..
> near I <ttri aye.. Brooklyn: alt Improvement*; ten
large light, airy rooms, line ground*.. Apply 14-1
«7th »t., Brooklyn.
THESE COLUMNS ANSWER
THE VACATION QUESTION
NEW JERBET. . . ■ ■ '.
flDarlbovoufib - IBlenbcim
The i»a.liiiß resort house of America.
nartK-uiarly attractive .luring
ATHNTIC CITV'S 'GREAT SIMMER SEASON,
JUNE. .111 AUGUST AM) SEPTEMBER.
Th- rooms. aro large, and the 400 private baths are
each supplied with hot and cold sea water, ■<< «■""■.
rial in rheumatic and other troubles. Exquisite music
Is a feature WHITE SERVICE in both American anj
European Dining room.. JQSIAH WHITE & SONS.
This house ■ _ delightfully located . directly on the
beach and has an unobstructed view of the ocean
and boardwalk. Ay ALTER J. BUSBY.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. *.
THE LEEDS rOMTAN".
HOTEL AND BANATOKICM.
ATLANTIC CITY. N- J.
A few weeks 1n our comfortable and elegant hoos«.
with every modern convenience and superior tab.s ana
service, will be a great restorer. _„„.„.„
, Baths for pleasure or health for ladles and gentlemen.
with trained attendants only.
F. L. YOUNG. General Manager.
NEAR NEW MILLION DOLLAR PIER.
Boston Aye. and Boardwalk. Block Ocean front. Atlantic
City N J. 400 rooms overlook ocean. 100 with b»tn. Sea
wate- bath;.. Heated sea water swimming pool. White
service Orchestra. Special terms. $12.50 to 120 weekly.
American plan Coach meets trains. Ut-rat^-re mailed.
NEW YORK OFFICE. 289 FOt'RTH AYE.
"Phone 6246 Grt mercy. D. P. RAHTER. Manager.
THE RALSTON. 12S St. Jamea Place.
THE K.AL3 1 «JIN. Atlantic City. N. J.
Celebrated for HOME comforts. Quiet surroundings. Re
fined patronage. Near Ocean front at Young's Pier t.x
celient cuisine. Booklet. CORA BENEDICT TAYLOR.
THE ORTLEY INN,
SQU4N BEACH ORTLEY. N. J. On the Sea Shore Line
of Penna. R. R., seventy miles from New York and Phiia.
Fine surf, bathing, sailing and fishing. Rates $10 to
$17 50 per w*>ek. Now open tor 23d rieason. tor par
ticulars jddr-ss JOHN J. BENSON.
MANTOIORIXG, N. J.
DIRECTLY ON THE ATLANTIC OCEAN.
SEND FOR BOOKLET.
J. R. ALBERTSON. Prop.
ASBCRY PARK. N. J.
A whole square on the Ocean.
Thoroughly modernized. 60 Suites with private baths.
Booklet. FRAXK B. COXOVER,
ASBIRY PARK. N J.
Absolutely first class; elevator to street level; room*
en suite with bath. S BAKER BROOKS
A MODERN HOTEL BY THE PEA.
HOTEL COLUMBIA, ABBo £ r / 4Mt
MAINTAINING A REFINED PATRONAGE.
OPENS JUNE 20. CAPACITY 400. BOOKLET.
W. HARVEY JONES, Owner.
ASBI'RT PARK. N. J ■.
Largest of the leading hotels.
GEO. U. ATKINS 1 SONS.
Grand Aye.. Asbury Park. N. J.
Leading all year round hotel.
Room* single or en suite, with private batha.
Evening dinners. Orchestral concerts.
Booklet. Telephone. A. M. SETXTON.
HOTEL COLONIAL, NORT^^£ BURY
Bth Aye. and Ocean. New and modern.
Catering to a refined patronage.
Now open. Booklet. . MRS. T. V. SILVA. Prop-
HOTEL BRISTOL IXSToSS ?f PP n JLJ L
Enlarged and remodelled. Elegant baths.
Spacious verajdas. Evening dinners. Muslo.
Booklet. BANTA & HILiARD.
HOTEL THEDFORD JfifiSfKrSSS
Modernized. Booklet. Phone H. DUFFIELD.
SELECT FAMILY HOTEL ON THE BEACH.
Rooms with bath. Phone 35*. B. D. SMITH.
Asbury Park. N. J- 2nd Aye. and Klnjtsley St.
B ook from Ocean. Accom.. 200 guests.
Booklet. Telepnone 374. J. R. WHYTE.
ASBL'RY PARK. N. J.
On th» Ocean front. Hot and Cold Salt Water Baths.
WM. APPLEQATE. Prop.
A 6EURY PARK BOOKLET. AND UOTEL RATES
2\i_ sent on reiiuest to Information Bureau. Maulson
avenue. Asbury Park. N. J.
KUTCL mAJCSIIw Open from March' Ist to
AND Oct. 15. Elevator. Book-
THE QUEEN CLEMENT* CLEMENT.
THE SPRAY VIEW, OCEA * SROVE5 ROVE -
Directly on ocean front. Send for booklet and rates.
CTD ATFT&Rn Main Aye.. Ocean Grove. X. J,
kJ * n.r% * f"" 1 ' Third door from the ocean.
Good table; reasonable; 50 rooms. A. W. LTMa.v!
THE COLONIAL^;^^ x
Floe ocean view. Spa< lous verandas.
Booklet. S. FOSTER.
THE ALLAIRE ""*£*"«*
Direct ocean front. Booklet. E. M RICHARDSON
GREENWICH on the Sound CONN.
tf miles from New York. 80 trains daily.
Euperlur Mai.es and Auto Quarters.
Flu* Roads for drivins ar.d Automoblliog
In a picturesque country.
Caalno. Golf, Tennl?. Bowlln<; spacious
Varandu. Concert* and Dancing daily in "The Court*
D. P. SIMPSON. Manager.
UfITCI RP££5J nVNBIKY, CONN .7O miles
HUICL UilE£n!l from .New York New and up
to date. Mecca of Auto Tourists. F. A. CAXTWKLi. A!~r.
Jefferson, X. H., White Mountains
Season June to October
BOOKLET. CHARLES V. MURPHY. M 6 r.
•White Mountain Open Golf Amateur Championship Tour
nament. August 27ih. 2Sth. 29th.
To Let for Business Purposes.
Very Besirabh Siora and
TO LET |
lrrrn hitskryation or ox« mnmow
Apply to Renting Agent.
610 Tribuna Building,
154 Nassau St.
IsOiig I slanil Real Estate for Sale.
VCKSRSON HOUSES. IXrTTAGBS. iIIALKiS AND
bungalow* on lh« i;r<-.u South Bay. 'liHII.IH
WATKRb." Ba>nhor«% U 1 T H ACKBRBOM CO..
Hi) Nassau St.. N. V Bend for booklet No. I.
l!l I 1 1 TEKKK. POKT JJUfBMSOK, L. I.
An axcllM*v« cok.ny of country estates.
DKAN ALVORP CO. Mgi».. -TT Broadway. New York.
Heal Estute Loans.
lIUHBT \ND SECOND MORTGAGE MONEY TO LOAN;
1 applications frjm principals only. OPOROB 11.
KUU.UQTT, U>tl Mrewtwajr. Tel. 3«C-3 ' CorUmdt.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N. Y. v
OPEN AM- THE YEAR
No discomfort to guests as a result of the
recent fire, which did not Interfere -with the
-public rooms or the- service. Th« damaste
done was confined to one bedroom wing only,
which wIH be immediately replaced by a nre
: proof building larger and handsomer In *very
way. Every comfort of a hotel of the highest
class, conducted in a manner that has at-
I tracted to itself a most exclusive and dlscrlr
. Inating clientele. Large public rooms and spa
clous verandas. No mosquitoes.
MOST MODE ITE KATES of any FIRST
CLASS HOTEL Near N. T.
. Only thirty minutes from the Grand Central
•station via Harlem Div. of the N. T. Cent.
R. R. M trains dally; golf, tennis *££" and
motoring. Fine orchestra, large ballroom. Send
for booklet and special summer rates.
J. J. LANNIN COMPANY. Proprietor*
Also Props. Garden City Hotel. Garden City, L. L.
Briarcliff Manor, N. Y.
A Practical Summer . Home for the
An Ideal Resort for the Family.
One Hour from Grand Central
Station to Scarborough.
Ten Minutes from Scarborough to
Hotel by Automobile.
Swimming Pool, Golf and All
Outdoor Sports. v
' DAVID P. PLUMER, Manager.
New York Office
5Ji West 46th St.
'Phone 327*— 3Sth.
J. P. GREAVES, Manager
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN
MEW AUTOMOBILE ROAD, DIRECT TO HOTEL
•Phone. 1000 Coney Island
FDR SUMMER HOME, OUTIKG OR VACATION
"Where Cooling Breezes Blow."
Over 400 Mile* of Shore
on Ocean. Sound and Bays.
Descriptive book containing list of hotels and
boarding cottages, free on application at the
following L I. R. R. ticket offices: 120 B way
95 Fifth aye. and 31 W. 125 th St.. N. Y. City.
S3« Fulton st . B'kiyn. or mailed on receipt of
fie postage by th» Gen'l PassT .Agent. L. I.
R R. 2«3 Fifth aye.. New York.
GARDEN CITY HOTEL
GARDEN CITY --' «..LONG ISLAND
18 miles torn New York. Open a.l the year.
J. J. LANNIN CO.. PROPRIETORS.
TIOINT O' WOODS.— OCEAN HOUSE AND COT
JT tages opens June 13th. Located on the famous Flr»
Inland Beach- practically at sea; there are no land
brec-.es. Excellent surf and still water bathtn*. bus
fishing and sailing. Modern improvements this yea*.
Address E. N. BILJ^ARD. Point O' Woods.
A SIMMER RESORT OF THE FIRST CLASS.
On Crest of Quaker Hill,
PAWLING, N. Y.
Two hour 3 from New Tork City via Harlem R. R. : 1.200
feet elevation; delightful surroundings; golf, tennis, muflc.
etc. ■ new private baths. Booklets and Information on ap
W. P. CHASE, also Hotel Grenoble,
56TH ST. AND 7TH AYE.. N. T. C.
Richfield Springs, N. Y.
GASHERIB DE WITT. Proprietor.
Remodeled and Renovated throughout.
The largest, most modern anj up-to-data hotel In
Central New York. Now opon.
Opposite the Famous Sulphur Baths.
Golf. Tennis. Boating nnd Driving.
Write for Booklet, rates, etc.
ALEXANDRIA BAY, N. Y.
THOUSAND ISLAND HOUSE.
O. G. VTATLEB. PROP'R. Now open.
Fur engagement of rooms apply to the hotel.
jr. Through Pullman service to .
/w/ ■ LAKE GEORGE. 1
JUT!* Delaware X Hii.:^.>n K. R. 1
"MOUNTAIN AND LAKE RESORTS."
A beautiful Summer Book of 112 pages. illustrated, may
be obtained free at any Laekawar.r.a Railroad ticket oSo*.
i — ; ; -— 1
WATCH HILL HOUSE and COTTAGES
Watch Hill, R. I.
OPENS JULY IST.
On the Ocean.
Beautiful roads for automnblllnic.
Finest Golf Links on the Atlantic Coast.
Tennis Courts Ocean Bathing.
Moderate rates. • •
Address P. if YARD
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
Nearly completed, the most superbly situated apartment house in the city, at
NO. 11 WEST 81st Street,
facing Manhattan Square and overlooking Central Park.
One large and beautifully decorated apartment on each floor, with ideal Sou.n
ern exposure. ..
These apartments are strictly high class in every respect; they conust of 1
rooms and 3 baths, and contain every known modern device and improvement
the comfort and convenience of tenants.
Each tenant 13 supplied with an additional servants' room on the top 3oor.
and a large individual fireproof storage room in the basement.
Each apartment possesses the privacy of a private dwelling and no expense a»
been spared in making them the most attractive and comfortable in the city.
Must be seen to be appreciated. Leases commence October Ist.
For fur.he- psiHku.jirs dpph to A. P. COBURN on premises. _^
TV TITE HEART or THE <ntßo\n«r» '*
and COTTAGEH. Lab« 1M..r1,| V v
OPES JUNE TO OCTOBER ■
An Ideal R««ort for Rest mod Kecr«atlotl
with private batlu. For rate* an.l book!«tj »Ji '*■*
E. H. PATRICK £?*'
'Formerly Ass*t Manager Waldorf-AstortaTN?*
LAKE PLACID . ADIROND^
GRAND VIEW HOTEL
Open June to October. GOLF. ■,-,».,. , )lfc^
attraction*. Address. THOS. PARI • lli^ 6 «*»
Booklets at Town * Country. 2S7^ti^V^
I PAUL SMITH'S
■ IM THE
B n.;0n.l and St. K»cl« Chain of I^ket.
■ Through train servtce day and ntjht. s.. i
■ York Central Lines — Paul Smith's Raif»«- •
F __njrerf_ivtre»— New York Vk k Ktr^, w .
opex. ■:. AOIRONDACKS ,
MODERN A% * I/ABET >"ow*
. HOTEL. ty/% Boi^ :
SmMM°INO POOL CfpOtUndo ■•lisa
W. S. KELLOOO. . *"f/j\ * *"*•
Grand Hotel. N- Y. City. frepa
Hotel and cottages la the Heart of the A4lr»a<!*k
overlooking two of the most beautiful lake* •la 5 ■>
region. Trout fishing, basa fishing, boating; sat-
bowling, pool, tennis, music, house physician.
tary plumbing. Pure spring water. No puimoSi
invalids. - Artistic catalogues. —~mr
. MORLET'S. Lake Pleasant. Hamilton C». jr £ ;
WAWBEEK H c°o T
IPPKB SABAXAC LAKE. Adlrondaeka, **
Open June 20th to October Ist.
Weekly rates. $2* 00 per weoit upwarda,
Special terms for eariy season.
Private cottasres suitable for faml!tea. T.v»fi
All amusements to be found anywhere.
Send for Illustrated booklet and ■-a'iei"iar.
J.BEN HART. Wawb-ek. N. Y.
ADIRONDACKS. ~ ~^
DEER'S HEAD INN, V«**!
EUzabethtown. N. T. Golf; automcblle h»a-fquartsi» '
B. F. STETSO.I ;
ADIRONDACK HOI Indian Lake. Hamilton C«.
N. — Accommodate) 25. Rates from 14 to 113 b«
week and $2 per day. Mrs E. MEAD. Prop.
catskills moint*ln- >'. T.
Through coach and drawing room car g»rrtc»
from New York direct to hotel grounds. Altlmd* .
over 2.C00 feet.
Passenger elevator to all floors. Room* singly
qr en suite, with private bath.
Fur terms and full Information address
THE GRAND HOTEL CO..
High mount P. O. N. Y.
Stamford-ln-the-Catskills. Under new manages*!
Rooms single or en suite, with or without -ath. fa
vate Golf Course. Music, etc. For booklet, photo*. «te,
address MOFFATT & PECK. Props.. Stamford. Xt»
York. '-. " %
THE INN AT HIGH POINT.
A high altitude mountain resort. Grand Scenerr.
Elevation. 2.000 ft. Beautiful Lake. Modern hotsL
Superior service. Orchestra. Tennis. Billiards. Croqnst,
Boating. Livery. Fishing. ■ ' '.
H. DIPPLE. Port Jervlj. % T.
SUNSET PARK INN
HAINES FALLS. N. Y. Catskl'.is' f.iest HoteL
Daily Concerts by the renowned Holland Trtak
Cuisine and service unsurpassed. ESevatora,
O. C. BECKER. Prop.. H.iinei Fall*. New tort.
Special Rates on Application.
R G. SMYTH. LsaM»
HOTEL MARION. e Sg£ L
. >OW OPEN*.
A resort where guests can spend a most enjo7abl» oat-
Ing Delightfully situated on West Shore. Superb rim,
large, airy and bright rooms, with or without prlj»»
baths. FARM CONNECTED WITH HOTEL -"KSSH
VEGETABLES. POULTRY. MILK AND FRLIT. ll*
macadam roads, with well-«qulpped livery.
JOS. H. MARVH.
Shelter Island Heisht*. L. I. _ ..
Now open. Yachting. Bathing. ■-'.!. L'rivinc. Tens*
«c Special rates for July. MARTTV mmm
Some nice cottages, also some fine tents *J*
taken. "Write for Booklet and references to R. B£~>-
NETT. Raquette Lake. N. T.
PE»'S YLTAS IA.
WATER GAP HOUSE
DELAWARE WATER GAP. PA. ,i'.r'
A mountain Paradise Open to Decemt>»r. Fta««
equipped, best appointee:, largest and most ;xurio«»
hotel in this region; 100 suites with private ';><* »•»•
Running water in all rooms. $100,008 improvemfi'*.
1907. No noise of railroads or dust of -:«.Iwst»
Magnificent parks, lawns and porches H!«h*»t atti
tude: no humidity; coolest location. Cuisine of hljsuial
standard. Own farms and registered cows. *"***
white service. Orchestra of soloists. R;dins academy.
golf, boating, bathing. fishing, etc.. etc. *.'<"» ganm
and livery. Booklet of camera»vlews an.l official «at»
maps mailed. Special July and season rates. Coac-e*
meet trains. JOHN PURDY COPE.
DEI-AWARE WATER GAP. PA. _*
LARGEST. MOST MODERN. AND THE I-E- V .°ES
HOTEL. COOLEST LOCATION. Derives im full B<3«a
of the breezes caused by the 'Gaps' Sormatlon. ***
supplied from Hotels Farm. Orchestra, social dlveriw"*
Write for booklet showing Hotel, Klttatinny Park > * : .,"
official auto maps. Livery, carats, »a>Ud;« horse*. **TT
tinny coach meet* all trains. American **'•** S^
A 5 Carte. c. FRANK j£OP*_ >
THE ESSICK. 2800 FT. IN ALLEGHESia-^
t«nnia. ashlr«. orchestra, casino, furnished fjrjf?
steam b»»«t. excellent cuisine; booklet. H. M. Ebali.*.
Esstclt Hei«l>ts. Pa. ■
UP IN VERMONT
That's the place for a Real Vacation. M •' d« '"*"!
summer climate: unequalled scenery. *5 to *- l " M
»eek at- hotels, farm and village home*, country «*=£
In heart of Green Mountains aad on shore* oi »-*--
Champlaln. Express trains from New York and »«"■
via Central Vermont line. Send 6a for 150-p^«» •£
•Summer Homes." A. W. ECCLESTONE. 333 Brort
■way. New York
LAKE BOMOSEEN £££&■
Rat«» it to >!«- W. C. MOUND. Prop.. Hy<ieTm»_^
T~ HE PROSPECT AND COTTAGES. O* £*** 225*
seen. Castleton. Vermont. — Electric l!g!it». o*» •* JV
sanitary plumbing. Send tor circular. H. B. ELI-' »«^
Unfurnished A partments to LeL^