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HOUSE TO GO
Chesebrough Buyer of Home
Formerly Occupied by Fulton.
PROPERTY IN STATE STREET
Herbert Du Puy Gets More Land
to Protect Light of Apart?
V. ill.a -'I ar.ct ? ? . ,i ?
.ii ? i l cora? r of Btat?
atrseta th.? Balee of srhlci
Orerlnj ? ? ?
? * lad? ?1 in the
I 1'iiitfn. In?
Thoi ?m as
ly .,,?. ? with nisi
of the ?vi.turv
-.?. Thf.nu v
?.- ? ? and 139.E feel
M: terday thai
but tssi ' ' ? '- Imp? - Me *?-> fis
any lefii to give i ny of the de?
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?' ' rgh, has
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Form- rUnsnt house, oc
ftjjjrinc .ihs "srsst l
et Fr' between 113th a?. I '
etreei.". ' thm of _.". ? ? ?
tbe D"M ? ' ' nnsr.
F i I ?Mr. Do i
Puy ha.- 0.11 f? it,
oo the l aid? of IMtl Bl S1 NO fool ]
?net of ' Ti;?? paro? ??i?- ?ps-J
fertei ? eri J B B hwsrsen
?- seek. 1
Ur. Do Puy. ' r invo red the Am?
?-.or: ' ' '
y ? ? ?.jie? ?sold fer th?* Tn
to I build? r
As plot r: four !.rthwesi
rorter ? ? ? ? Boulerai
??: "-?-? f
K ? -or William
. on i ? t. to ?an
have sold for Ida 1?.
? ? - - ein d
: | _ ? ?-?'<?;?
.1 _? ? ??
t>R_<i'tr? ?? and la 1'" ?ated on
?side of 1 -it _v?
- ? The archl
?-jet o' : ? nos ati u ; rs al -,'"'.
A FAMILY_OF_BUILDERS ,
One Member Now Erecting,
Bnngalows at Nothingham Park.
wiiiiari. IL Basrktaa, comae of a fam?
ily of buildera of long: and ?a-He experl
tn? In XI" Klathush section, bis broth'-r.
John C. Bawl-hta, having beajuz BOCh B
ctreer Ott} years ago. For the last flf
t*en year?? the former has been an BCthre
homemak?-, and I?ltmaa Park Is an ?-x
tmp'.e of hla Buccesa. It was he -who con
?ru-ned mon of the houses at this d-?
lljhtfu: ? -.?-'.opment.
wniiai- H. Bswhuia Is no-*-." Identified
?m M? t- lagbaaa Park, an satrameiy at
OssttXt ?.. .. '.opinent of thirty ucr-f,
?teundt-d hy Avenue* M end 0 and l_;int
?lrt ar.d 2Stb BtHSSta. Tie .?-cml-bunga
??wi h<? i i ? -wting on this tract contain
all mod? - enees.
The 1 ended are beautifully d?s*sui'alsd
?ai the noms *Tet. arranged. Some are
of aeven roo:. ? and others of eight. In the
???year ightotsn of tham have >bssn biiit
on the tra *., ranging In prl?~e from J7,?30O
'"he Iwasea are of hardwood trim, rar- '
SMt floor*, t led bath, tiled vestibul?, open
flr-fpiaci-'- ..?rigs, ?steam ?heat, gaa
??wl electr'r Qxturse sad Bleeping porches
'^OxttX ?son r SB not been pptXTt??!. The
toot? In - Rectlon ?ire fHilshed ir.
-Util pollp?.i-i mahogany and have gtsga
Th? color of the woodwork in the lower
tow Is of a P?ree oak. wh!"h besides
^??S very attractive Is alao restful to
Th? houF'-s are built on plots of forty
w*x fror.t.-ig-, surrounded by weil lahl out
-*Wn?? '- ipmeat Is highly r?
?trtctied. *,* ? t,r the streets are of asphalt
"Ul*l the v sro parsd The strssta
**?*? ?ell light? i at nights. There it a
-??"Odern sewi ? ? :?-m.
'n* ov. ? have to bother with
*l*Ve?*ia-?-nt?. as UlOM ar.' ull pa'.'i. Two
h0n'*?' ?vi.'', are partly in ooarae of con
"tructlon. hi vs already been sold.
Theprn:?-:- - r, )?? rin'ti'-'i from the
M*nhi*'i- the Brooklyn ?
?*h?r,>'-' i nd in within a & ar
'?Jw-u?' ?... . ,.f .,,, i; n, ;(V,.niIl. station
?*the I'f line. Other lim-??
j^J*1* ." ire the Smith Ftr?-et,
j*^**1 a\??ii.. ...?;,; Nostraad assnas, Th?
"^*ay Une, which will b? ersctsd as an
^-wortie of the ?HxntracU algned last
*?? nul make it possible to reach the
"?el"Pnent In still -shorter time.
n? trsd Is within a tew blocks of
???M Highway. Besides txelng in ? de
**Uul!>' surr?-.?.?]-?! l,,--at.??ii.
?ACTIVITY AT SOUTHAMPTON,
? re'' E ?Schermerhorn reports the fol
*K su??.8 af S'iiithattipton, lx?ng Isl
l^^,'r HaiLi]t<?ii, ?three
to ?r.81Cl,: ht -'?i';"Jow Lane, oa the oeess.
?Uae " '' B?y<1*8' vVh" xtlll erect u rssV
*"<?; for the eststa of William II. Hur
fft0 'hwop i? Munn, The Atmhoe, oast
^~?"* ?f the <tw? Hing houeessad stapls,
l4T tWo acre? of land, north ?--M?- of Oln
j^*' ***K? *?"?e foUotjrlns r?-ntalH for the
j**?n of Uli: for >lri, (;,.org(. H ay Un(
I_?^ hr Plas-Xr-Lyn, on Flnsl Nat*
2**' lf> Mr?-. John II. Bradford for Mrs
j*"?*?? Miti-h. i j?.r Bonnie Duna oa CH?
H*'' tn Henri Cbslfsat; for Jaanea
i* s7 Plt,rM,ri ? cottage in Main
-?I??* Willli"" '' Tlllinghsst; for Mm.
C~*tl*4r ???,n..?r.,ii ),er ?-?rittagl OO Brtdg*?
SSte *?*d '" Ar,hur *'?i'i?<ii; for
j^*" H?*r?i a cottage on '?nat Pialas
le His, ii....ry Mortimer Bro*0ka ; tor
AT BEAUTIFUL LANGDON TERRACE, MOUNT VERNON.
lames L ?Br?ese the i <-. hnri cottsg
? i'.itri.'k a. Valen
Un i: Bvokaw ?Fleher Mrs i
La r?e i! tul
Il 1" P, ?S I.v: : ?'???? ?
OFFICE OF TRUST COMPA
Broadway Institution Has
tractive Flatbush Eranch
, ? ? . ? ? ?
: ti..?- ; v- .-.; ?.. ?
? building, srl
bery, ? ? -. >;?.'tk ?j ?to han
with us ?surroun Uni
??? ? ? Institu?
in th* borough. It baa . I all I
v.ith the rapid gi-osrtb ?>f the ?
? . in ith Inert :
ro srtll ?be ?fona I at wrli
ment, where erory offoii Is i
for tin ? ? ? ? ?and ?comfort of
? ? ?? ndod, i
?'?inrii ??. be
?:?.?: . ? ;
special depsrtmem ?for iron
bsi ? i- ? n much si
? ireD filled Ifu ? ? h
. ?the fed tint
boundi i ? won for It si i
; ?-..??? ? ? tutJoni
?i.. ? itj. Tho corn] thoroug
equipped t.. serve n?- '??-p'?v:t irs in mi
capacities witi? :-?< * convent? on i
my, ?furnishing banking facllltlea
? ? - ihe intsresta
rationi through mi
on.? forms of trust, and glvini
v Ind? of valuable props
through tii? medium of it? :
has h.iilr ?if. h Isrge and exception.-!.
managed 1 I ??? partmrr.t, snd tal
pride Ir. Its onrefnl udmlnlntratlon
estates1 acting as oarecntor, sdatlnlotrat
trustee, gnsrdlsn ur.d commlttoi II
a member of th?? New York Clear!
House Association sad is? o designated ?
?Tjr of the T'!vt<-'i St;.'?
of N?ew York. Tiio loeaI I
Flatbush men, who are prominently Uten
Bed with some of th?? Isrceot Ibmnc
ami hiiJusttla! corporations hi the Oil
?The Flstbush office Ii now nador the m
lagement of _Js_snder ?'. Bnyder, \i?
Who I ' ? 'I ?'?jritt.'l sli'irt
?after U?i FTathuab Trust ?Company (tw
V ..ih ? i tx ? ame mergt**" with ti
j Broadway Trust ("omt'.'uiv. Mr. Sir.?)
: ?? ?'? -i.r Of ri.itl.n.-h all ti
j Ufa and beenme ? director of Um i Is
Ibosh Trust Company shortly after its o
HOMES ON "EASY PLAN
; Weekly Saving System Make
One Owner of House.
Years ni!" John Hricht. the notsd I".!?'
Illlhinsa, nsld: "i would negotiate wit
the Isadowasfi who ire wining to ?so
! snd the tenant? who are wililnr; to ?>u
Snd I WOOld make ?the land the Kreat sa\
lags hank for the people "f Ii?-lan?l "
If John J'.rlpht OOUld be in New Tel
to-day ?he would find that Joseph P. I>a\
Ui<? res! ?state broker and suetloassr, ba
adopted an Amsrtcenlsed version of hi
Mr. Day bau set aside ROO plots at th
sew Jsmalcs Bay derelo|__s_t si How
!aid Bststss to be ?"ii to home oumers oi
?i ?simple weekly sseioga plan. The plsi
[places a bome st Htoward _ tsh wlthli
nach Of the waKo earner and th?
The l"iyer arrunce* to Ret aside a smal
sum regularly until a eertsln amount 1/
. !. Then Mr. Day ??Mains a build?
In? I'.an for hltn and a house is ?erected
without requiring any additional sum foi
Mi Day helieves that his plan will be
of iitmi?mse benefit to lh?ese IM owners by
obligating th??m to laye a small sum t??cu
Isrty by furntHhlnR them with the Kreat?-.?t
?possible Incentive for economy.
'In Shout three years the man who
adopt* my wstd?y savings piss will Und
himself the owner ?if U attractive seaside
home, snd In two years more the carry?
ing charges hi?? less than $S n month,"
?.M.! Mr. Day.
"It will take from the salaried man's
mind the bH worrisome load ?>f monthly
rental .-? ri<i make him Independent of the
landlord for the balance of his life."
Howard BstStSS, where tin- plan Is be
l?g operate?!, is thirty minutes irom th?
business ssofJos <>f the city. Rockswsy
traitu? from the stations ?m the property
K?i directly to th?' SSbWSy at Platbush a\e
tiut. Hrooklyn, and th?? Pennsylvania ?Rail?
r??ad station, Is Manhattan
In addition lo the station at Ao,uedu< t,
im the property, the railroad is erecting a
SSW station at ltamhl? isville.
?o boom ?mm
Much Interest Displayed in the
Welfare of County.
There are uamlstaksfcie ?ladlcatlot i U
the ! of VTsstchestsr Count!
ar<- ?waking ur. to tli? destruMUty of in?
forming th? world In general and the pro
i !" of ?xreater tftuw York Is particular
"f the frri-.M opport inttl? !?nth horn?
? Masm ?a? v? lopmsni tin Ir
county. Tor th? first t!in<? I ! ??
??? if busluem ?Interssh ! ???? been *ftt
? ??-.- ? th? v. est
. beater Chsi ? ' ??? ? ?
a legitimate, straightforward publicity
v. rtls.? th. ft, at ..;
tra? tlve t? n tory sdjolnli - >
? : !' ? : th
The Chamber of Commerce bee been
working In this dtreetioa for some - ?
with \ ? -\ stead? i ?Jim w? of ?? n
Non .. considerable fund baa besa f?'
together from practically all sections ""
tin '?vint.?, aad put of it win i?? spent
in eomprebenslve, tr?:-- to ns
m ii?? travi i snd ? sc itioi exi
ii G ' ? ral Palaa thai bogai
Thursday aad whlek continu? until
?,9 and a : mular exhibit In Ih?
res! ? statt ? ishitdtlon orhli ??
l?a] i in? ?. ! >?r th?- mon? v raised ???iii
??-nt In sdvertlstng it? the n?w ; ?
:.t< ? New ]
Th?-- work that the Weetcheater ? otont*
Chamber pi Commerce ?Is doing Ii ?
?upplemented by local organisstlooe In
.Mount v. ?mon, Ni w Eta bi Ile, ]
ter and other ?towai Ths moat aggi
work .'ippar.-M.v i h'iri.- <!o:v
Mount Venteo, wltfcfa enjoyed a dlstti
stimulus In - bustnoM was si ? result
of an sdvert?dng i ampsign ?that It i is
ducted last fall
The Mount Yen.on chamber Is now hem
upon Increasing Its membership to one
thousand on th? baa? of annual dose oi
| only ti2. it makes th? pies thai sn?
Who has any Interest whatever In the Im?
I provenu ni arid advanoemanl of it??' ?it:
lean easily afford to pay ? d.?!iar- s montb
to help the good wort ?.loiit;. The city
is bslag thoroughly canvassed I tip
m? mbers snd ti<? tr work h bahsg opplc
i,k nte'i i ? re**?a v ti m?
loc;,i Mwsps?pet setting forth wh.it the.
rbsmbsr has sccompilshed for ?the cltj
and sppesling to the dele pride ami i?>>
aity <?f tic citiai as t?. ?. t lato Hi? i"
l'-irti'ipat?- in the wort of making Mount
Vernon stand out on the smp blggsrthan
lever before Her? ar? some ??f toc t ? 11 n ^ -?
the Mount Vernon Chamber <?f Comm**rce
- has ooocos?ed iii doing! Horn?- trading
[campaign, ?lontk ?ft??ton avenue eondi?
, tioni urglni ?support ??f local eo_trsetoraa
HutchISOOB Hiver Bridge matter, agita*
| tlon of transportation, Inv? stliration Of
new ?saterprl es, publicity for the city, ??t?
i tendance at muni?'ipai meetings, discus?
slon of public uffalrs.
WORK OM GREAT SEA WALL
First Section of Manhattan
' Beach Waterfront Complete.
i On Monds] of last weak the last ?tone
.was piscad in the sow see WS- on the
i OOOSfl front at Manhattan BpSflh. from
; the bStB-lg pavilion at the foot of Ocean
! avenue, westerly to the Brighton line,
; thiiB romplctliiK the first POStfoa of the
gros! wail winch win ? rsatoslly run ?along
tli?? entire ocean front of th?? Manhuttan
Bosch property, a dhdanso of about two
and a half miles Work on the SSQtlou of
th.- wall Just completed was started on
May 1. BU? and notwithstantlinu; the long
I and frSQUeat delays duo ?to unfavorah!?
weath? r conditions? Mgh winds an?l
rOUgk seas?some 3.500 feet of the. wall
has basa compl't'd In less than two
Engineers throughout the country coti
sld? r this work a wonderful achlew-inent
The wall Is 50 feet llj Width at ItH ba*c
rui?l I l? ? t wide on top, and over I5u,<?<>
! tons of rock have been used In its ooii
ttruetlon. This rock, some of It weighing
from s?-v.?n to ten tons, was obtained from
the OXCavattOM tur the McAlplne Hotel,
th?, New York Central Terminal, the
Brooklyn suhways and other excavations
In ?snd ahout Manhattan.
I'aiil Synnesvedt h <r.<tlnK a bunKalow
on the east side of West Bad avenue, I???
feet south of Oriental Boulevard, and
Emil? C. Ci rod en Is hulldlng a huiiRalotv
on the easterly si?le Of t'orbln Place, 100
f. ?.t south of Oriental Boalsvsnd, Michael
puma, of Hurrai", has raited No. ?s?? Bxetsr
street. Mai.?-'iu?t .1. Mi'-'li has reiit'-.l **.'<?.
;.i? W'.st l-.nd avenus, and Mrs. Ames ha
rer.t'Hl N?>. !*l Waal Bad av.-uu? 1'anlcl
.\. o'Mara has -tod plans for his bunga?
low to I?" erected on th- ??asterly Kid. of
Besumoni ?"? ? t, ion cost north of Ortantnl
LANGDON TERRACE HOMES
Picturesque Suburban Place
Within Easy Access of City.
One of the moM picturesque suburbs of
Mount Vernon Is I.angdon Terrace, which
has Yxoep in proccM of development for tlic
last four years, ?hiring which time s-?\
enty-twn artistic homaa have be??n erected
and oeeatfdsd The paopsrty ha? Ju?-tiv
'"OBHMBdsd itr-elf to the real honn--s.-.-kim;
public because of its maaj advantages ?*?
???11 as th- ?pialitv of "instruction, which
baa been develop?.?! during thin period.
'.. -??nti.illy b l.'itn? situation, many pros
perOQB busiti'?' m-11 art fn.'Iing lier?' a
.-?Illation uiii'h II baril to ?lupllcate with
ii. a ra'lms of gftfcen mUee "f City Hall.
The pr"U?-.ty li?M JUSl ?SBSl ?>f the fJd
trsel station of the New York, Weal?
im stcr a Boston Railroad, the Mation
Where all trail... mak?? a stop, and when
more than huit .?r. ?axpressea both t<? and
from the ?it?. With th<? new . "ntiections
,.ii??ui t.. i>. completed at tiie terrains! of
tide road l_sng?lon Terrso will then bs
wltlwut an equal in the way of transpor?
tation fa-eflttlea many ssperta asy. A;
? t.? ti,. propertj this la.-t week shows i
? "f their un? quailed and atti-at-tire
i under procedes of construction and
Inquiry did! Information thai the
elopmenl nos in process will within ??
very si?.rt time esll foi added homei t"
i"- built, snd, what is of more Import un a
t?> th?? owners, th? entire trad win then
o? enhanced m rslne, experta farther say,
ss no other portion of Mount Verpon.
-rVithln essy walking dialanee ??f ?schools,
two trolls) linee passing ?by fht
? '. wrth th?- ehrte Improvem I
? r t. ?.' development in the
? ?? ? ? f Mount Vl ? ? ? 1st ! :?.'"!! T. ?
? ? ? most ? lespttousl oppoi -
tun tie for i???in? -???.? r? thai can be found
: oui Sex fork
VIEWS OF A BENI
Advantages of Living in the
Kings Highway Section.
By I FONARP J. REVNOLD8,
I nrmi-r Frenldent ??f the Kin*?. Highway
Board of Trade.
Whoa the duai sate way plans in relation
to the Flatbush district arc carried out
we will have the finest link in the greater
?ity. The project in question provides for
building a subway from Pulton str-set,
I'.rooKlyn, and connecting it with the
Brighton II? ach line. At present the
Brighton n?-ueh line service is satlsfactory
to the majority of travellers. Of cours?;,
to some of th?? dally ar.d ? hronlc kicker?-;
it is f_r from seen being Rood, and to
them it will probably always be unsatis?
The runr?n?; time of trains from the
Poroiiph flail station to Kin??* Highway 1?
??bout twenty-five minutes, and from ?Park
?ROW to Kings Highway It is about thirty
iiv< minutes. Consequently,; it is now pos
Btfaie to go from the heart of the down?
town section of Manhattan to beautiful
Brighton ?Iisach, where refreshing bisaras
? .in tiM.ally be found on the hott<?st ?l.?ys
? .-uiiim.-r, in a little more than half
Rasld? tits of Flatbush are fortuna'**
Th? ir living conditions an? Ideal. Tbsy
breath?- the purest atmosphere. They ar?
surrounded by preen lawns and other
rural charm-. BxoeUentschOola are close at
_ ,-i'i; < hnrchea. tr.r.. <.r all kinds are near.
Within a short rim? ,?_??? the great shoppln-r
dlBtd?etS and the prin ; il oflfeM zori.- of
Brooklyn. Located In or near th?? shop?
ping -^?cti'iti are high elSSB th?*atr?-u Bttl
one need not go all the way to Fulton
r-treet to shop, as Hathush has good r?'
tall trade centres. It Is surprising what
a variety of stores there are In all sec?
tion!) of Flatbush.
In this respect the Kings Highway re
glon is not at all lacking. From Bedford
avenue east to Ocean Farkway KinK3
Highway is already built up into an at?
tractive business street. The highway is
often referred to as the coming UMh
street of Brooklyn. The plan to make It
;? wider thoroughfare and to have It form
part of ?the project for a mor.? b-autiful
Brooklyn, as recenth suggested by the
City Plaaatng Commission, has the np- I
noval of the rriajoritv ?>f residents ?>f the (
If that plan ts put ir?to effect as origi?
nally drawn, the built-up business area of
the highway will nut ne disturbed, but
the Improvement will embo-iy Av??nue F.
The highway runs m a circuitous way
and linking the easterly and west?'rly
parts of the roadway with Avenue F -will
result Jn the creation ?>f a straight CSOSB
thoroughfare in the district.
I have lived six years In the King's
Highway section, and 1 have found long ?
before this tiiat th? advantages of living !
there are many. O?i it ?the most notable
sdvsDtagee is ?that as xet a ?certain
?mount of the ?job broSBS Which other
parts of Brooklyn do not 0?Joy. There
are v?-ry few days In summer 'hat ?the
brocees from th?- ?ocean arc not truly re?
fresh!?g. In the winter the bnt-7.es arc
Most of the res?lenla of Kir.Rs High?
way aro horno owners H is n ?1 a
district with many residents "f unusually
large means, but ?me where persons of
average linandal reeourcee mny ?Jive in a
it it- a tin?- place for children, i have
been greatlv Impressed by th?- strong ap
>pears_ce <>f tbd children that I bate seen
playing In the street* Bur.- or going to
ami ?from sohoola ?delicate children
quickly become robuoi if ?they ar.- per
apattnQ y, un outdo0ri there for Idng
et*-.? it? ih?- sunshine. *
We have fine schools In the King*
Highway distri't now. and we expect t<?
have more. We base approved a plan
for the erctlon ?if a school in the vicinity
of Bedford and Nostran-i avenues.
Prospective home buy.-rs need not worry
about probable assessment in the district.
There is a hill beforo th? Legislature
which. If passed, will reduce ?ssessmetit
burdens to a minimum. We think that
that till will become a law.
CH.ANGE OF GRADE HEARING
Stabler Favors Collis's 34th Street
Park Avenue Plan.
The matter of the ? hange of grade a:
.??1th street und Park av?-nue CSSBSJ befot**
the Hoard of Kstimnt?? on Thursday next
for final a(.ti<?n. Th.- plan proposed by
Lloyd CotHa bas been approved by Walter
ftslrlsr. controller of the Metropolitan
I.if?? Insurance ?ompany. In a letter to
Borough PrseMsttt ?M?Aneny Mr. Stabler
says. 1n part:'
'T want, however, to register my entire
approval ?>f the plan, whl'h has, I under?
stand, the support of yourself and youi
associates of the special committee.
"ft BOSOM to me that the Wetmore plan
!e. at best, a makeshift. ... I XXJti
much hope tbat the matt'T as present???
In your repairf will b?- approved by th?
Board of Kstlrnate and Apportionnient "
FINE DWELLINGS AT AUCTION.
?On April . Mi. Kenneiiy will sell at
auction for the SStStS of P.ichard Com
mirigs No. M West x7t?. street, ?Seat
Pivcrskic Drive, a handsome thro -t?.r
lim??-t?ine dwelling hOPBS; also So. 1
Bast ?Mh street, lmmedlately sdjolnlD?*"
Fifth avenu?, a \aluahle four s|..r\
brOWna>tOne dwelling hous?. or, B Plot '?fi\
?IM teat, and No. - * * - i West l-.'nd svenu?
near West 7?-fth Street, a BSndSOOM ?OOI
Ktory brownstone dwelling hOMN
Offices ? Stores ? Lofts
Located in the Permanent Centre of
the City's Commerce and Finance
Broadway, Park Place to Barclay Street.
I enante share in the reputation of the building.
The reputation of a building depends on the standing of the business men and
businesses it houses.
Tenants of the Woolworth Building will share in its high character, which is
maintained by careful investigation of all applicants lor offices and suits.
The policy of the Woolworth Building is
to house under one roof a business com?
munity of the highest standing.
EDWARD J. HOG AN
Agent, Woolworth Building
Tel. Barclay 5524
An entire top floor with light on all four sides;
large roof skylights: 10-foot ceiling; 11,100 square
feet fti floor Space; minimum floor sustaining Ca?
pacity 300 pounds per square foot.
216-222 West 18th Street
The efficiency of employees is increased because
every foot of space ?s available for use. A combina?
tion rate for the consumption of electricity insures
the lowest cost. Passenger and freight elevators,
with separate entrances.
MONAHAN EXPRESS COMPANY
Owners, on premises
giigajiBsaiinn and ??u-aaLaipnu?
for The Trlt.unr rerelv.-ai at their 1'ptown
(?fflce, No. t?Ot Hr?r-adway. between H?th an??
:,7th t*t? . ?mill t? o'clock p. m. A?lvertlt>e
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BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE.
? FA??TOR? rWT, FOUR O?RNER8, Mix
17". will build to ?lilt tenant, egty term??.
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ADVERTISEMENTS AND BUBBCRIPTION?
for Th<j Tribun? r*r?>|v?d at their i:p?owti
Ofllce. No. 1M14 Broadway, between 30th and
?tih 00%, until 9 o'clock i>- m.
.liiat t??!ow Waldorf-Astoria
Just at'->,8 BollaaO Hour*??
286 & 288 Fifth Av.
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talsbl ttSoOt $10?? a >ear und up.
F. W. SHARP, Agent
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Offices and Floors
20 Story Fireproof
LIGHT ON THREE SIDES
EAST RIVER SAVINGS
291-293-295 Broadway, N. Y.,
N. W. Cor. Reede S..
4,000 S,000 FEET EACH FLOOR
DIVIDED TO SUIT
Agent on premiae? or your own brcker
LARGE, LIGHT OFFICES
N. E. Cor. 68ih St. & B'way
Rhlnelander Real Estate Co.
|1 NASSAU ST. Thone. M-J.-??'Ort
Single or tan SuKe
154 Nassau ?Street
?Oppo-drte City Hall Psrk
The Centre ?of Transit for the
E?ntiancs to Brooklyn Bridge
?All within a Step.
Absolutely Safe Fiat
IBectric Light and JfaUtor
O.PEN EVERY DAY IN
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