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BIG AUCTION SALES
BROXXXOTS IS BUDGET.
Offering 'Comprises Holdings of
Trash Estate. .
' Brra-u I- K«ia?-Tly wl!I off«>r at public auction on j
next "Wednesday at th« \>«-y etreet salesrooms, for
th« «rt*t© of B«ij«unia I. H. Tra*k, tM Bronx lots. ;
Tbe sal* is •cheduied to b€«in at 11 o'clock.
Th« lota to IM offered are located near a
eulrway iMifTT btins at East 174 th street, Bo "
T<m Road, Southern Boulovard. East DM str«<>:.
Hoe avenue, VyKt avenue. BrywU avenue. Long:- ,
fellow avtniio and Boone avenue. Stl^ttl are re&u- j
ated. siwerrf and frraded. and ■si<J«-wa:ks laid. At j
the property 1» the Ea*t 174 th street staUon of the ;
•übway. A«d pasflag It on the Boston Road and j
Southern Boulevard are branches of the Union j
»tr*et railway. "With tne 'proposed improvements ,
fcjr tlw N>w York Central Railroad, and the In- j
'•tallatloa of trolley route* east and w«-<=t. there.
I irfll no «oubt be a c.-i.l. rai.ie ml imrnt la j
ti>e r«.Jue of tiie IUHMtIf. j
Tli« auction budget lor Ika week is as follows: |
TO-MORROW. ;
Fortr watwrfw.nt plotn on Great S<mth Bay. at Oak- j
"i«M J h°^i n**f 'ct b-t 3d and rulto l * v ": •
•27x1 Trti i-r^c x 41.7 - »:■ tntnt mnA 2. 8. 4 ana 3 "'}
"rtji of V,r7w/r ,. B H Kettklnch airt .1 F Sc-hr.ugK.
L*vVntritt. C t X. attys; J W Keller. wmS; arm : <l-^ ;
•31.M" 77, taxes »-tc. J- SO3 30; "ub lv a prior morl ol
**«N oE«rl*0 E«rl* «ye. w • ir.6.9 ft • of W{i>|< raver aye |
'.ei»i- I Bowerj aaruun Bank apt Q a
r. . ft . atiy.; J W Hyat. ref: amt ,
tent »T,d .tore: IM.trict No I of tbe 1 aa P? nsfr-n $f r -i l l r jV; r
Bnal Brith ntrt barab i><.l<Jst»ln et a*. S M Koeasr. ,
2?" ? T 'Brady, rtf ] ; amt due. J2L.647 68: tax*., etc.
*?a32 iflM et, - .. 137.8 ft wof m --. 37.6X1WVU. a
Ptrtnit and-s:ore X ; Meyer Mayer. Mc<;UPf . ref. amt
t ml: John Manheimfir. attr; A J McCJurr ret. amt
<pc, $l-.-'.7 71: «ub to a prior mort »f»»?™-,, - ,
MM *m* - - • I>«ter apt Ju'.lu. Feeder e« a»,
>;, »«.h*lm»r. atty: A .7 Tal>y. ref. amt due.
HZaa««6: But to ■ pn.r r.c-t of g*^t lao _ a 4
"SS y.JVr ' T« ft w«T Ba, Boulevard W«
•«£ 4 ;,V"- h - t.. : WIO. apt Ei™*» toaMT 0^ «
2£V, - • atty: D F Maleje. rrf: amt «v*
■ 224)59"0; euli to a first inort of Sl«.okW.
ON TUESDAT.
i 'S2l "vTert Broadway «», 6«.S ft I of T htt# ■*•>«•'*«
aws^ r- vvwha^st*^ 3s
cos .tore: Wi'.ll»m Feltner. fi; C Smith I-1.-2T 6-.
' Cos. k Ji. Btiy*: TL. Feltner. ft; amt due. $-I—71 — 7 b3.
ta*«-. «tc, SSiC 40.
i- OK WEOXESPAT.
! 2S" loin f<f tbe Tra»k «»tat*. located on Boitoa Ro»d,
, l»o Boulevard. Ho«. Vy*e. l^nefellow and Boon* »tm
' 17 f34t^it 17 n 4t i:. V.«> ft wcf Am»«rfam .ye, 59.4 X
: >»L-l iSf Hat: Elihu Root .t al. trusts, etc, met
; Barlington Rt»ltr and roMirecUra a • al. ro«jr 4
* T. aity*: W B Caughlin. ref; amt due. J36.594 51.
'"7: iStth^a'a 139.4 ft w of Atneterdam aye 39 Rx
tCll. 6 rty flat. fame set sarrw; action 2; same att>s.
«ato. rel;'aict due. fS6.r.J»4 72.
ON THI.'RSPAT.
22 -vTi-rTTO itnt. aVM ft c of Cturch «t, 25x100: P »ty j
M ""w at'e/e «. n-»r the ocean, at Arv«™. l/m« j
* Mawd. 100x100: » ety 'rarne J .c; 'xra* sale; estate o. I
■^S? «rd r 7Wor^£ h \t. » c cor rf 12th .t. 74.7x2!.
*!th north line of 77.10 ft; ■ *y factorr: vol , «al«.
ins Bowery, c * 150.1 ft n of Del.ncey at, 23x15. .5x
SSxIU fl- ft fty loft bldK. with store; vol «ale.
<orth PonlarKl awe. * c cor of >-!ushln« aye, Brookira.
f*2xK^.3xS-ht irreir; vacant: vc4 sale. „„ ,
H«ii ta IO»4 *met«>rdain aye. » w <-or ft 114 th pt. 150.11 ,
zIOO- three fi ety flam and etore: gender Jarmoalow*Kr
nxt ,',T"v.-., ■.'«•• al: MorrH Clark, att> : Robert Goeller.
Nt; vat dv» »SO,MS 2t: '.axes. etc. J8.&41 23; sub to a
T fiM wSfK^d ■.»■•. w, *■•« ft n of «6th st. 30i7MJ: 4
a^ .v dwlc- Xexr Netberland Bank a t A P Crompton et aJ.
fck\ f^ciett. C! ft S=. atty»: T J McManui>, ref; amt due. J..-
HI C7«W: *ub to a prior tntpo of us. .
WJ 14R7 in ws. 51.6 fi nof 7fith at 22.4x100; 4 «tv
WT tenmt and e?or»: Kassei O&hinsky agt Pnu'ilne Rei*» et a;: \
mcucm N 1 Ametein Jt U am*: CL. Hoffman, ref; amt ,
<!ae. $6.1>31 l«; taxr-. etc f 832 64. . „_.„* . .
14fi* Sd t v«, m f 77.1<» '• n at 76th Bt. 2fi.«xU>oi 4 irtj ,
teorot anj a»a»»: aaa • a*! same; action 2. am* attys; i
B.TV Malorey. n-f; amt due. tft.'ATO IS: taxes, etc. J4M
oltO 137 th *t. f a. 176 ll ft w of <.^^tp«. are. 3j.«xl<«>. |
f. »ty flat and store; Herman Cohen agt J S Sandier |
•• a!: Arnotein 4- U atty*: J T Ryan, ref; amt due, .•
KU.4P2V. etc. *7<C. .17. of CBuWweU aye. 18.10. ,
664 IW*h s- a a. 131.3 ft c af Csulriw^,: ay». »-w
*5 a rt? — nm* A C niHehranat agt Mary Hawxhurst
et a!; Hor.anoer & B. attjs: J S Baaa, ref: übillllbb
ii * ON FRIDAY
■tK/i 100 th Ft. • s. ''•" It w of 3d >vf. 25x100. 5 >rty f
as: ;«v: ft«&^«*??&iy«
r&Sftl-'Wm'S 1 : of aye. KUMIL
Letß^hL et ß^hT l i, r iit/f »SST r^f'amt^e 1 !
*^ II 193-K^1 93 -K^ tU „ , i, M ft eof 3d are, 57.6xf18.2. « »tT
dat;. f17.13C#»; r ta*»*. etc. *S«'. 0. . j
-Proposing as a Fine Art." by Edith Lane
Miller, in next Sunday's Tribune.
FLAX BIG APARTiIENTS.
Three Houses To Be Built on Wash
ington Heights.
'Tls.t.9 have baen Slei for two six story elevator
apartment houses, each to contain thirty-six suites.
to be built for the Fleischman Realty & Construc
tion Company, at the southwest corner of Amster
dam avenue and 177 th street and the southeast cor
ner - f Audubcn avenue and 177 th street. Each will
*rj>t »■..;..•••■. The architect ia George F*. Pelham.
■p;&ns have also been filed for a clx story apart
ment to be built from designs by G. F. Pelham and
to contain eccommodations for thirty-six families,
i* the wutl:»f*t rom»r of St. Xlcholas avenue and
lCth Btrecl. for G. S.. L. and M. S. Boehm, as
owners. Tt will cost «^T..000. s
Pit • i have also be«n filed for two six story nat
fcouses. with Etorps. and apartments for twenty
eve end twenty-six % families, respectively, to be
built from deriftr.? by Charles B. Meyers, architect,
f&r th.> Philo Realty Company, of which Gerson
7:>-man is president, at the northwest corner of
Third avenue and TT.th street, at a cost of $53.000.
1 Plans have also been fi>ii for remodelling the ten
etory apartment house at No«. 105 and -07 East
lEth etreet and making over a number of the pres
«r.t kitchens into bathrooms, the Improvements
being made for Pabut U Hildreth, aa owner, at
a cost of $5,000. from designs by Ewell & Ewell, as
architects, end for installing a store In the five
gtrory flatnouse at No. IS6 \\>«t 102 d etreet. owned
bT Antcnlo Rossi. T. F. Ryder If the architect.
">'" RECEIVER OF RENTS NAMED.
■ Tutira Amend, of the Supreme Court, has ap
pointed "James K»arn*y receiver of the rents of
jjeg,- HSS and 11S7 Union avenue, a five story tene
ment house. In an acUon brought by Anna M. Leh-
Tuann aga-in^t Samuel Makransky and others, to
foreclose a mort*ra«« of 6,000. The prior mort
etgts on the property amount to >30,00 C.
' ■'SPITE HOUSE" TO BE SOLD.
A lift> parcel of real estate scheduled to be. sold
at tn« Vesey Street Salesroom on April 14 Is the
building known aa the "Spite House/ at Lexington
srrence and Kd street. It has maay bay windows
and ' tiny , rooms.
Tbe atructare baa a frontage of 100 feet on the
avenue and a depth of only five feet on the street.
d .- BUYS BAILEY AVEKTJE PLOT.
Shaw A Co. have »old the plot, 103x119 feet, on the
•aat Bid* of Bal!ey avenue, extending to Cannon
Place, to a bulider, -who will Improve It. Also Bold
for Edward M. Tessler No. 2SSI Valentine avenue,
a thre« atory frame two family dwelling house, on
lot 2Sxl£3 f»«t.
EXHIBITION OF OLD PRINTS POPULAR.
The Joan exhibition of old New Tork prints col
iectea br th* Lawyers Title Insurance and Trust
'■< tnpasy. which was opened to the public last
Jte&day. haa turned out to be a greater success
than was expected, even by lv orgau.ixers. The
suinberof views, originally planned to be about
fir* hundred, haa risen to twice that figure.
Tha> • exhibition Trill remain open on the ninth
fio*sr cf the company's new building. No. 160 Broad
way, ustll Saturday next.
.AN UPTOWN BLOCK FRONT DEAL.
IWLiO T. Meyer haa aold for the Wads-worth
BMJty Company the block front on the westerly
•HJs of Wadiworth avenue, between 184 th and lSSth
*tr«*t», 17800x70 feet. The twyer i« a builder, who
wfl] erect an cierrator apartment house on the site.
TWO EAST 65T2 STREET HOUSES SOLD.
Jamee McCrea. president of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company, haa sold Nc»*. 41 and 43 Ea.-t
Stth *erc«t, two four story and basement stona
«<•" *v«lUbc houfea, Mtcfa on ft lot 18x:00.6 feet.
Real Estate.
i OUR
"PORTABLE BUNGALOWS"
And elU»r useful buildings of
2 to 10 rooms
STAND HLBJE'Ii QUALITY
We have a Patent Cabin for $100.
Th« »ea*or. Is advancinr.
Agents located.
BILLINGS-STEVENS CO.,
1 EAST 4?l> ST..
XKW VOBK CITY.
! JOHN J. HOECKH
Real estate « Insurance
PROPERTY TAKEN IN CHARGE
650 NINTH AYE.. Near 46th St.
Imperial opportunities in PennsTlvmrnJa depot j
""riot"' from Mto 100 fe* t front, with bonding j
producinir sootl profit on investment. >
i — '
Established i%67. Incorporated 1802.
RULAND & WHITING CO.
REAL ESTATE
5 PEEK MAN ST. NEW YORK
Furnished Houses to Let— Country. j
AT NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y.
TOR RKNT. FIRXISIIKP.
Thl* attractive >ir>rr.f on ■ Hale! r-sidential «tr*et:
34 "'arit* rooms und 2 bathrooma: t> bedrooms; Srf •
laxire piaiza. 12x.".4 feet. Ea«y u-alktnir d'*tanee to
L'epot: conveni'nt trolley to Wjrkagyl Country Club i
and all N»>«- Rochelle yacht Club*. June 10th to Sep- |
tember 10th for $'4" Address
C. A. BECKWITH, Kew Rochelle. N. T •
ON THE GREAT SOUTH BAY j
At BATPOR.T. U I. FvrmißlMd houses to let; prorertv
cf Regis H. Post. Rent. *«"(» to H.2<">o. Appiy to W. X
I'OPT. l^ii Broadway. TWephona 1915 Cort.
! '
City Property for Sale.
40 FT. RESIDENCE!
I libllj 'o-at«<l. Eaxt BSda. near Bth Aye !
Sullt by day's work for owner's occupancy
within three j<an_ • j
i^perlai 'Bargain.
Kolc Aerrn--,
HEXRT 1' WINAXS & MAT.
749 sth Aye.
MURRAY HILL. I
Four *torj\ hiKh stoop. brownFtor.e dwelllnir,
Between Madison and Parlc aven •
, 23x100.
< - Price <ust reduced.
i REN WICK. C. HURRY & CO
i • WEST JBTM ST.
I A DETACHED HOUSE
. Containing 12 room*, eooacrvatorr. two toilets, tileii j
J floor* and •nel'.E; most modern plumbiSK: hot water best; j
plazaaa on fint and s«-cond stories on' two »l<3fii of hou>>e. i
rsrquet floors, hardwood finish, cemented garden |
j walk*; retalnlnn *ai'.. with Queen Anne "tatrcase. Lo
j cated on For<lham Heights. .->vt-ri<,okin« Harlem River an<s
Washington Heights; near Bnbway Btatlon. Ea*y terrriß.
TH BO. H. MUIjCH. Owner.
10-13 Leonard BL. City.
j = I
City Property to Let.
U^rV^RSITYTIEIGHTS
For rent. furnished or unfurnished,' for 1. 2 or 3 year*. !
I Colonial liouie of 20 lUOUia. 3 baths, and all modern Irtv- i
proTements; stable contains four ttaii.«, carrlac* room.
IlvinK room*, bath. etc. The property n aecesslbl* and
contains one acre of hi*rh land, overicoklcg the Hudson I
and facinir N. Y. University campus.
HSH & MAKVIX. 627 FIITH AVENCE.
folr RENT
4 BTORT BROWNSTONE HOUSE,
18 ROOMS AND 2 BATHS,
OX AVEST 69TH ST.
CAX BE SEEN BY APPOINTMENT.
THOMAS & ECKERSON,
35 West 30th St.
Country Property for Sale.
"T7\ARiI3 AKD COUNTRY MILLERTON. |
X . Amenia, Dover, I>ak«-v!.>, Ebaron and surround- ]
ing towns In Mew York and Connecticut. ARCHIBALD
C. FOSS. 39 Ea«t 42d st., and Millerton, K. Y.
CONNECTICVT EHOHE.-NORWALK, r>ARISc, Rol I
\J wayton, We»tport vicinity: fanr.e. bunsaJowa, water j
fronts. ARCHIBALD C FOSS. 39 East 42d at., or 24.
North Ma.ln »t-. Bouth Norm-aJk. Conn. . "
TAMFORD. CONN.. AND VICTNTTY.— HOUHES AND
O cottafrf* to rent, fill lllaHinfl and unfurnished; ail
prices. *175 upward ARCHIBALD C. FOPS. 88 East
42d rt.. New York, and Jcr.es and Valentine. No. 60
Park Row. Stamford. Conr.
Unfurnished 'Apartments to Let.
-^~ ALPINE
JJT^.^^^ 55 Wost 33d St.
*^^^J Mm /^JfT*^*^!! Appiy to o r t»lerhor*
H ■ ■ »J^i^^^.^ Superintendent.
:-2 i^ fffii t^*^^*«^^ Cl2l— 3Sth.
rooms. it Jr* B ' jffS^^^^^.^
bath. heat, all- «L. «f» JP^*** I*^^1 *^^
nirht elevator. ' M«.]« N»^ S«M tjiiglP t\ \ 1 *
aerved In rooms If nVel-ed x^T, W^f^^s
Tel. In each suite. $3.',0 to $1,200.
ALPINE
Furnished Apartments to Let.
No. 121
Madison Avenue
'A very handsomely furnished Apartment
at eight rooms; an ideal summer apartment;
can be seen from 1 to 4 P. ML
ON THE DRIVE ~~"
To rent till October 1 , finely fumUhed apartment- all
£T.J™d nive"r^Dr^! y Supu Th bert rU Uon
Country Property for Sale or to Let.
EAGLE ISLAND, '
Upper Saranac Lake,
One of the Motit Complete and Attractive
Camps in tbe Adirondack:*, i
Cor.siatlng- of a cabin, 2 cottages, lodge, kitchen
building in which are situated the servants' bed
rooms, «tc ; cold storage house, guide.B* house, boat —
house, together with electric launch and boats, and I m
a number of other buildings that are necessary in r
a ramp of this kind. Asking J5.000 rental for sea- i\
son (completely furnished). Price for sale. J125.000. j
For photographs and other particulars apply tv I'd
Frederick Zittel, ! %
266 (01.1.M81S AYE, NEW TORK. - g
Miscellaneous.
IinUJAIJ F-R.EDEIUC KEELER. LATE OF m.y
.t I . Dale ana Cleveland. Psychic healer, teacher su«
r*»Uonal experimentalist ; lectures; special classes form
ing. Write or call. No. 104 We»t Mth st.
THEEB LONG ISLAND CITY SALES.
Theodore Merkt, jr., ha« cold to L. Relnken a. plot
on Prospect street. Long Island City, near the
Queensboro Bridge plaza, and has resold It to a Mr.
Hanke. Also sold for Mr. Reinken a plot on Cres
1 cent street, near the Queensboro Bridge plaza, to a
| client, and a plot In Academy street, near Bryant
High School, ■which Is only a short distance from
*±* Qu&tnsboro Brl&g* pl*x«, to another cliept.^^- i
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. APRIL 4. 1900.
Auction Sales of Real Estate.
Originator
of
Special
Sales
Days
Special Sales Day
Thursday, April 15, 1909,
At 13 ••clock boob. EXCHANGE SALESROOM. 14 Vesey nt . New Tork City.
Absolute Executors' Sale
WOODCOCK ESTATES.
By Order of Lea Luquer, Morris S. Thompson and Charles G. Koss,
Executors.
Manhattan and Brooklyn Property
Borough of Manhattan. Borough of Brooklyn.
416-418-420=422 459 Sackett St.
_-, . _s a « iT'j L Two *tory and basement brick an« brown Bton«
East 26th Street. a " nnß on iot sUe 20xloo
T»e four «torr brick buiirtinr*. ith two .tory | S. W. Cor. llerKimer
brick building- In rear. 6ii« of plot. 100x»R.9. _. I Ix;_ o A,,
brl "" ul^; re l TiVTi-TS. St. and Utica Ay.
8 West 113tn St. j Ten LotSt on Plot size
Three «tory and baaement brlok prlrate dwell- i t__ «Oe A
Ins. with one utorj- fram. extentlen in roar. Size, i IZOXIoO.O.
17.fixlOtt.il. !
'jlQQfh can remain on mortgage for 1 , 2 or 3 years at 5%.
Title insurance- poilcle» of the U«s«r»' Titl. Insurance * Truaf Co. FREE.
George Flint Warren, Jr., Attorney for Executors, 256 Broadway,
New Yo'sk City.
i Trustees' Sale
Estate of Mott S. Cannon, Deceased,
By Order of Ulysses A. Cannon and Howard M. Cannon, Trustees.
N. W. Cor. Third I 480 Third Ay.
A\r Xp J/(\ Cm. one store and an«l "llsr extension. Size of lot.
Ay. & 22d St. C4.Sxlf)(J. anii one • tonr fxlens:cr - S!ze <lf lot
(KNOWN AS 2*2 THIRD AVKXtT, AND 161-103 i ' TyT \\T C* *^*m % 1-fU
EAST 22D BTREET.J f\ VV . L^Or. I I Lll
Four d«ory and cellar brick bulldinit. with lhrt« i^« ▼▼• *" v « • * »Waa
• tore*. Plze, 25x73. a j* JMi I C-4
400 Fio-hth Ay Ay - * 47ttl St.
*\JS *- m * *'**..- *^ T • (KNOWN AS «<.'». »547. «4l> AND 861 ELEVENTH
T«« ftory i, r k Buildlmr. with Otte Btor*. E!r» . : AVENUE AND fini-103 WEST 47TH FTREET.)
Of Ift C.'ixlOf. Five Lota, 100.5 on a-.rr.u" and 139 f»et on
In'the heart of the. Penna. Ter. 6ertion. i street.
TITLE INSURANCE pellciaa of the Lawyer*' T!tl« Ir.surnr'-e «n<l Trust Co. FREE.
G. H. Hinnau and Wellesley W. Gage, A.ttys., Ittii Broadway.
EAME DAT. .
Hotel Schuyler,
(Known by Nos. 57-63 West 45th St.)
Nine story brick hotel, containing 168 rooms, with three electric
elevators in building. Size cf plot, 75x100.5.
165 West 122 d Street,
Four Btory and basement brick private dwelling, with two story
and basement extension. Size of lot, 5.0x100.
Supreme Court Partition Sale
CKDBB DIRECTION O»
WARREN LESLIE. ESQ., REFEREE.
S. E. Cor. B'way and 4th St.
Nos. 692, 694 Broadway— Nos. 2 to 8 East
4th St. and Nos. 384 to 388 Lafayette St.
Two Corners and One Block Front
Broadway front occupied by Northern National Bank and Lafayette
St. front by Whiting Mfg. Co.
Four story brick and iron busine buildings.
Thursday, April 15, 1909
AT 12 O'CLOCK MOON. EXCHANGE 1 SALESROOM. i« VESET ST.
/{•/y can remain on bond and A\ I (Iff
00/O mortgage for 3 years at ■" /2/O
AUGUSTUS HAVILAND, Esq.,
Attorney,. 40 Wall St., New York City.
Supreme Court Foreclosure Sale
under direction of
Nathaniel A. Elsberg. Referee,
BT BUC AUCTION.
120 West 20th St.. 7 Story Brick Building,
(Used as 19th Precinct j
Police Station J
, •
Klze of lot e3xJ>2
Monday, April 12, 1909
in 12 o'clock noon.
EXCHANGE SALESROOM. 14 Vrnev «t.. City. ♦
Subject to lease with the City of New York, by which the city
pays all taxes and assessments, all Insurance and water rates, and in
addition $6,000 per annum, lease expiring April 12, 1912.
MESSRS.
Hitchings & Palliser
ATTYS. FOR PLAINTIFF, 100 William St.. N. Y. City.
Further particulars from *l>o'- Attorn" p s or Auctioneer.
Maps, booklets and further par- lAQFPH P FIAV Alin'r Telep^°^ 741.742.743.744 corti^ndt
ticulars from above att'ys or efUPjJCjm MT. itt\l 9 /\liCl f 31 Nassan St N. Y. City.
Spring Resorts. I Spring Ucsorts. .
_| HOTEL ASPINWALL lL
Lenox, Massachusetts
THE MOST MODERN HOTEL IN
THE BERKSHIRE HILLS
OPENS SATURDAY, JUNE STH. 1909
Reservations may be made at our New York office with ;
GARAGE Town & Country, 389 Fifth Avenue. STABLES
! Attractive Objective Points for Week end Motor Trips. . .^^^j
"Hf ASPINWALL HOTEL COMPANY |
Unfurnished Apartments to Let. j Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
"THE. BOWNETTE"
Number 11 West 81st Street. $
A FEW APARTMENTS LEFT , J
In the most beautifully located and appointed Apartment House in the city,
facing Manhattan Square and overlooking Central Park; consisting of Eleven <[
" all outside rooms and three baths. V
There being one apartment on a floor makes it most exclusive and de- 4)
sirable. Do not fail to see them before leasing elsewhere. They are ready "<>
for immediate occupancy and the most favorable leases granted. V
For further particulars apply to A. P. COBURN, on the premises. |>
Telephone River. %
Are you a pessimist? Read "The Market
Value of Optimism," by Herbert Kaufman, and
you will become mn optimist. See the Sunday
Magazine of next Sunday* Tribune.
Auction Sales of Real Estate.
Executive Offices, 31 Nassau St., New York Qty
"Tha Return of Esther," by Max Marcin, is art
unusual story o f love and religious prejudices.
See the Magazine Section of next Sunday's
Tribune,
Auction Sales of Real Estate.
Ask Yourself qulsuods:
Hare I Been Worklac for aa Object o~\
How Caa I Best Invest My Savtnr» mw
Shall I Buy a House or a Lot •
Give This Serious Thought!
THINK— THEN THINK AGAIN!
— NOW READ —
This Will Pofitlrely Interest T«m.
30 Two Family Brick Houses
EACH HOUSE TO BE SOT/O SITPARATKI.T : AT.=O .
82 LOTS ADJOININO rS\
AT AUCTION
SATURDAY, April 17, 190P;
On the PiwmlaM. a* 1 F. M.. Bato or Sbtne.
BOROCGH OF BRONX- * r ~~
West Farms Hmm!
Montcomery Pla#« /
St. Pet»r*» ATenne
Orrriiii Street
Madiy Avenue
vmiD unMP A homk ) rOB
TUUn n^IVIC AY LWEST3IE>-T \ TOUR FAMTtT I
MiOT XLJIMW 10*. ON DAT OF MU!
J Uo i i nirvrx w . n TH ibty datb
100 MONTHS OTXR S TrABS
TO PAY BALANCE.
>OW TOr WITH SOME MOJTET *^ f »
TO INVEST THINK OF TOCB CHANCE.
. ,, Nr THE 7n ~. TOU BECOME THE OWNER OP" THE PROPERTT. ANT> NOT
iLmiwri ay ixwsAirr HOME. BUT RECEIVE the RENT FROM one FLOOR. TTHICH
SHOUIP AVERAGE FROM 13 TO 25% OX TOUR INVESTMENT- YOU CAN ROW SIT BACK
AND SAT- this rROPERT x is MIKE!
Now Let This My Two family House
WORK TOR ME,!
Tt muM take too urh anare to t<?H nil about this itreat auction orrertur.lty. but * r«rr>p*»«t
will b* mailed you on .ppllc.t.on -hlch wtU gt* you th, TRIE FACTS In .very W;^ dlB *
tb« connruction of the»« houi*-. And a thorough explanatSon c! how TO BIT AT ALCTION.
Surely These Houses Are Worth a Visit.
From your hou»« go to any mbw»r or ea»t «B« -lev.t.d station: m* nut *• tTTfh .r . in tfi^
Bmnx tak« a Tremont aye. trolley marked WMckMti ralso rilWtir any Bronx trolley -»nsfer«
to' th« Tremont av-. cm); Uw pass tbe property. Ask tka conductor to let. you — at O»«l—
Mre-t Tou will now be at the hou«e». They ar- open aad will »p-ak for themselves, am!, rem«mb«r.
vcu will net. free, of charge, a Title Policy to your t«o family brick house
When the Morris Park Station on the six track road Is compWert (very shortly) you will have
pnly ONE SHORT BLOCK to walk to that ttation.
Special Sales Day
Thursday, April 8, 1909
At 12 <»T>ck Noen. EXCHANGE SALESROOM. 14 Vesey St. New Tork Ctty.
Executors' Sale
ESTATE OF LOUIS CLARK, JR., Deceased,
By order of Carrie S. Clark and Theodore S. Clark. Executors.
Arverne, L. I.
No. 103 Sea View Avenue
Thr ; e ,tory rratM residence, contalnlnr i<« room, and two featki Si:-' of r l«t W0al«l • 70^ BMI
mertgac* ct '■"- for I. ! or 1 rears allowed to remain.
22 Warren Street
5 STORY STORE AND LOFT BUILDING
• Site of plot 25x100. Buildinr leased until May 1. IWI
Messrs. Kurzman & Frankenheimer,
Attorneys for Exrs., 25 Broad St.
N. E. Cor. 12th and No. 195 Bowery,
Greenwich Sts. . near Delancey St.
Known a. No, 797-0 Greenwich ... an- » We.. ! S^,^-.^,-^"^^ "^ SS I*f
12th *t. Pit itorj brick Factory Bu!l<11nit» Size
of lots. 21x31. «x IrrtjuUr. 1x74 6x Jrrecular. " • . BOROUGH OF
BROOKLYN, N..Y.
Messrs. Myers A Schwersenski, }
Attys., S. E. Cor. Flushing
and N. Portland - Ays.
No 299 Broadway,
Vacant "Plot, size 69x104x .r-
N. V. City. i regular. '
*TT* F A The Centn et Transit for
B f\ Jt^tf^Y th* Metropolitan District
-IT Stations
Large and Small __
Entranca to
OFFICES Brooklyn Erldßß
fi\ibwtt,y
■Sinjt. or . n J.A. A// toftAAj m
W TH*
- Absolutely Sa.f©
ML I IJ3ULOG ELEVATOHS
JOUII Ulll Ig Janitor Service
154 Nasaa\i Street Opstx E<Oery 7>ay
Oppoaft* City Hall INrk /n the \ Wear
Apply for Terms lo Renting Agent, Room ; 607
Apartment Hotels.
HOTEL ABERDEEN
• ' WBST til) JTRKET,
Between sth Aw. * Broadway.
BxctualT* • »urroun<Hn«-». with eompteca .-..'. ■
. serrlc* In all datalla. Attracilv. BultM .
and . superior accommodations for tran
sients. Spacious Apartment*, one room
and bath to «lght rooma and four baths.
Furnlihed ar unfurnished on Ua.se.
"Ji J p. ** MAiiuw r. Minn ■'-
Auction Sales of Real Estate.
Pioneer
of
Concentrated
Persistent
Advertising
Country Property to Let. 'i£
rfIARRTTOWN. BROOKSXDS PARK. 13 ROOM 9; -;
X sra lmprrrvemenu; latest pltunblng; sbadsd m-^^jzr -
centraj location; $M 0 yearly. najßTßlshed. .\S. f «.
i NICHOLB, T East 43d st.
■ Country Board. ;
IADT having- Weal home In Ormn*e Cormty. *«*£j*?,',4
ley and train, would entertain elderly <* .*2Saa« .
e-ueat; special diet or care given tf required. A»o^» eal
*&E3TFUL> HOME." 344 Gatca %r%.. Bro«UZ% — -^

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