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Ttam directed by Coach of BOSTON
MMT TORK PREP. SCHOOL, CHAMPIONS
ll.j. Entra?e? Cartlflcatea for Lnlvarat
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?pthool. Send for announcement, 1920-'21,
'. 'or ratalo? and "Success tn Beteuta trama.'
FALL TKRM 31 ST BEOIWING.
fco much for ?""^??*.e at
"Mrs. Allen's b'C!?ool ef
i rood Cookery." A foun
dsi'ion for your life-work.
A basis for your hema
Re-ciBter now for Au?
gust ? Jasses.
lira. Allen? School of Good Cookery
74th st. taad Amsterdam Ar?.
Columbus ?J?'-?* New lark, N. T.
to 11 yoarn.
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ALL DAY SUPERVISION WITH
HOT LUNCHEONS IF DESIRED
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?73 WEST END AVE., NEVT YORK
v?a: Wast J'Y: -*.. Te -phone BWerMde 3*!4:
ecHuo:. for boys
311 tV??rt ?3d S?r??t
Curriculum of the wideat ?cope, from
Primar? School to Collegje. Athletic?
nrrr:,! encouraged. s-w i mining Pool
and Gytr.naaium en the premises.
Tea Headmaster J.t a; the ??chou;
H'wi'-rt'ed catena en request.
UyVlS O. RAT. Ph. I?.. H ?ad master.
Tel?phone Pchuvier ?'.'it.
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building-. Larte ?rrnna
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LAW SCHOOL sSvttS
ONE MINUTE from both BrookJjn*
?ad Manhattan Borough
-Hall Subway Station?
OI*E>S ?P.PTKMBER ?8
Afternoon and Kvenlna; S-rbonls
C:urj"? . ??**.* io <\jtr<-. of Bachelor of J.aw?
Jr.i pr?r-?*-s for b? r examinations S?nd
for ?at?ioB to Go-or*-? Chare, Dean, 818
?e? ?JJd ??t., .N. y. (Y. M. C. A. Buildins ?.
1? BEST ?lar STRKICT, ?w Tork
Primary, ?Varnmar and Hi**h School?.
Prep?r-?N for al! Calleases.
Il?th Tear Be**-*.n? Monday, Sept. 27th.
DWI6HT SCHOOL ^ f,"? ti
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??ta ? ?toij ?f th? ???Im?!-**! simiens
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AIVERDALE COUNTRY SCHOOL
A CoUe-f? Preparatory tkhoo! for Boy*.
_ FP.ANK g, Ha'.KETT. Headmaitar.
?.?E?-.t/ALr*. O.V-H'. DBON. NET.* YORK.
KOHUT SCHOOL FOR BOYS
8 i Kuf*;. f-rln H?rrl?on-on Souti4. >Y T.
Thon?. *0?-J Pa.-k
?t W. 17-?. Sr Tel. ("he!??a 213}.
The Carpenter School,
VVTi?*' Kr"? a '* *??' r**r b'fln? Ort. *.
A ?.br??>!ae, school for t(i?y? prl !o e??.
*?t? O-.-d'^.r eaercl??. i:?* ?o 4 dalJy.
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K?Uctioo of a *?jit*ble ?chool
?oi your girl *r bojr.
New York Tribun?,
G. C. Deja-t?nico,
154 N*t*su 8t??e?
Real Estate N
e w s
Still Rule in
Sales of Flats
Trading Shows a Fondness
j by Investors for Proper?
ties on East Side; Boy
iiig in Other Sections
1 The West End Apartment Hotel Com
? pony sold to Benjamin Monowitz 245
j West Sixty-ninth Street, a five-story
I Alfred D. Lind sold to Isaac J. Hey
man 452 West 164th Street, a five-story
Joseph M. Heimerding-er sold to
J Annie M. Devery 851-853 Tenth Avtwiue,
j northwest comer of Fifty-sixth Street,
i two five-story tenements with stores,
Activity on East Side
The Isfr? Realty and Holding Com
i puny sold to Antoinette Schwartz 318
I 316 East 100th Street, a six-story tene
I m? rt. 40x100.
! F. Nouzechy sold to John Pariska, 354
! K:.st Seventy-eighth Street, a four
. story tenement. 25x100.
i Ernest N. Adler sold to the Improved
! Tenemrnnt Company 1010 Avenue A,
northeast corner of Fifty-fifth Street,
a five-story tenement, 25.5x79.8.
S. & J. H. Albert sold for the Citi
' zens' Savings Bank to Consiglia Arbo
lino 327 East 109th Street, a four-story
front and two-story rear tenement, 25x
Frank Sullivan and Horace S. Ely &
Co. sold to a client of David Vogel Of?
Rutgers Street, northwest corner of
Cherry Street, a six-story tenement,
The Realty Redemption Company
sold to Maygie Schlanskv 65 Catherine
Street, a three-story building. 14x79.9.
Henry Wendt and another sold to R.
& G. Dimaria 99 Cherry Street, south?
west corner of Oliver Street, a five
story tenement, 25.3x48.
Big Tract in Washington
Market Section Sold
The New York Realty Corporation
has acquired as part of its extensive ;
reconstruction plans a large piot in ?
the Washington Market section, with
a frontage- of 187 feet in Vesey Street
and with large frontages in Washing?
ton. Barclay and West streets.
The parcels purchased are st 90, 92,
94. 9?5. 102 and 106 Vesev Street, 142
West Street, 92, 94, 98 and 102 Barclay
Street and 210. 212 and 222 Washing?
ton ?Street. The several vendors are
Louis S. Schutt and Florence E. Dono?
van Rogers. j
Physician Bays in Barclay Street
Dr. Alexander Kahanowicz bought
from William F. Dixon and another, as
executors and trustees, 24 Barclay
Street, southwest corner of Church
Street, a five-story building with
Sale in West Seventeenth Street
Nellie T. Richards sold to Matilda R.
Reid 217 West Seventeenth Street, a
two-story building, 17.2x44.1.
Justice ?Mitchell Among Sellers
Of Realty in the Bronx
Richard Dickson sold for Supreme
Court Judge Mitchell 490 East 168th
Street, a three-family dwelling, 25x64,
to Essie Epstein.
Armstrong Bros, sold 2047 Morris
Avenue, a two-family house, 25x100,
for A. Salvators to a Mrs. Dovis.
B. Schildhaus sold for Berman & An?
derson the northwest corner of 173d
Street and Weeks Avenue, a two-story
Harry Cahn sold to Antonio Mastrae-'
chio a vacant tlot on the west side of
Crotona Avenue, 425 feet north of 183d
Street, 75x80. New owner intends to
improve ?ame with a stor?3 building.
Barnard School for Boys
Gets .Adjoining Property
J-J&rnard School for Boys, located on
Cf.yuga Avenue and West 24fith Street,
Eiclditone. N. Y., has increased its
j*. a'ty holdings by acquiring adjoining
land. The school has purchased from
n- Parkway Heights Company the
plot 70x50, r,n the west side of Cayuga
Avenue, 170 feet south of West 2-4?'? t h
.'-treet. which will eventually be im?
New Brunswick Plot Bought
For $500,000 Theater Site
Walter Reade purchased from th* Dr.
Janeway estate a plot, 100x25, on Llv- i
lngston Street, New Brunswick, N. J., I
on which he will erect a theater with a
seating capacity of 2,800. Thomas W. i
Iamb will be the architect. The cost]
is estimated at $500,000. William F.
Morrison was the broker. The theater
will be for pictures and vaudeville.
Miss Barhagli to Live
At Pelham Manor
The Herkimer Company, Inc., have
sold a new Colonial house of stucco con?
struction on Stella Avenue, Pelham :
Knolls. Pelham Manor, to ?Miss Susette
Barbagli, of New York City. George
Howe was the broker.
Realty Men Meet To-night
The Real Est?t? Board of Newark,
N J.. will h'.id its first meeting of the
fall season at its quarters, 81 Broad
7Str**"-t, to-night at 8 o'clock.
The gr??at horn" shor*a?je and the
withholding of funds from the mort
gage' market will be among the sub- ,
jeet?. of discussion.
Brokers in $2,250,000 Loan
William A. White & Sons were the '
brokers in the mortgage of S2.250.000
tak*n bv the Metropolitan Life Insur?
ance Company on the Marcus Loew
ih<-at??r and a sixteen-story office build?
ing planned for Broadway, between
Forty-fifth and Forty-sixth streets.
?New White Plains Home Owner
Prince & Ripl'-y have sold for the
Sunnyside Home Corporation a colonial s
house in the hunter Hill section of
White Plain? to Ernest Moncrif (T. This
is the one of the "Ward Carpenter built
houi??s." about thirty of which are be- ?
ing erected in this ?cc?on.
Knlarges Great Neck Holdings
Harvey Gray ?old for J. H. Browning
a plot on -Schench Avenue, Great Neck,
to Roland Farlev. who will add it to
his preeent hoHings.
Charle* Partridge gold the four-story ?
apartment, C0? Park Plac?, for H. Ber-j
637 MADISON AVE.
w? r-Mt-aata* t* taeafc -*-*<* t*
tfatM? *U Uw taca? ms?sn
mtrr ?tra usaoirs
. i? ?. M. to u ?. M.
Actress Buys House to
Assure Herself a Home
Fannie Brice Gets Dwelling in
52d Street; Brick Buy?
ing on Heights
Fannie Brice, the actress, purchased
frcm Mrs. Elenore S. WyckofT 62 West
j Forty-second Street, a five-story Amer?
ican basement dwelling, 20x100.5.
The Brown, Wheelock Company, Tnc
! sold for the Clark estate 65 West
i Eighty-fifth Street, a fifur-storv dwell
] ing, 17.6x102, to E. J. Esselstyne, the
Charles J. Quinlan, of the Wood, Dol
i son Company. Inc.. sold for the Dono
I van estate 315 West Eighty-seventh
i Street, a three-story dwelling, 19x100.
Charles B. Van Valen, Inc., sold for
John N'ash the three-storv dwelling 31
West N'inety-first Street, 18.10x108.8.
Slawson & Hobbe sold for Annie and
Mary Mahone^ the three-story dwelling
! 162 West Ninety-second Street, 17x60x
John Xash sold through Dunlap <*t
, Lloyd 129 West Eleventh Street, a
| three-aiory dwelling, 22.4x103.3. The
property was to haw been sold at auc?
tion yesterdav bv Joseph P. Dav.
East 94th Street House Sold
Schindlerd & Liebler sold for the.
? estate of the late Sarah H. Crosby to
; the Emfbe Realty Company, a client of
Joseph P. Day, 13S to 137 East Ninety
? fourth Street, two three-story dwell?
ings, 16.8x102.2 each, between Park and
George K. Wendell sold to William
A. Parson 128 East 128th Street, a
three-story dwelling, 18.9x100.
The Donald Holding Company sold to
Ida B. Lovett 65 West 130th Street, a
four rtory dwelling. 20x100.
N'ai! & Parker with Cruikshank Com?
pany sold for ^ie Central Union Trust
Company 245 West 133d Street, a three
I story dwelling. 16.8x99.11.
Josephine Clooney sold to Henrietta
Bruner 44 Edgecombe Avenue, a three
story dwelling, 17.6x90.
Mary A. Harnisch sold to Laura A.
Prescott 247 West 134th Street, a
three-story dwelling, 15x99.11.
Max Marx sold through Samuel Zi- '?
pris to Theodore Krainin 419 Convent ,
Avenue, souther,-t corner of 148th
| Street, a three-story dwelling, 20x75,
; which he occupied for eighteen years.
! . The Kings County Savings Institu- :
: tion sold to Lawrence S. Goldberg 531
; West 150th Street, a three-story dwell- :
! ing, 19x100.
Ennis & Sinnot sold to Martha H.
Kneeland 511 West 182d Street, a ;
three-story dwelling, 16.4x80. T. Ward
Wasson was the broker.
William M. Cruikshank sold to Ma
thilda M. Bunck the three-story dwell?
ing 550 West 162d Street, 18x99.11.
Recent Buyers of Realty
Hamilton Fish Benjamin, stock ?
broker, is the buyer of the Gordon
Knox Bell residence, at 58 East Sev- |
enty-second Street, southwest corner of
Park ?avenue, sold recently.
Gertrude Gilbert is the buyer of the
dwelling at 44 East Eighty-second :
Street, sold several weeks ago.
Blanca Rodrigo is the purchaser of ,
the dwelling at 55 West Eij,hty-fifth
The Lawmor Improvement. Company
is the buyer of tho dwelling at 12 East.
Ellen B. McQuade is the purchaser of
the dwelling at 2156 Lexington ?avenue.
Buy Westchester Homes
Angel? & Co. sold the residence on
Brite Avenue, Hartsdaie, owned hy
?Magruder Craighead, to Frederick H..
George W. Levy <fc E. E. Wonck sold
through George Howe the estate?- con
taining four acres and a Coloraal resi?
dence on'the Sonncrstown Road. Ossin
ing, to Frank SchaiTer. Mr. Howe also
sol?! for the American Real Estate Com?
pany lots 57 and 58 at Bayley Avenue,
and Belvidere Drive, a part of the Law?
rence property, Vonkers, to Daniel C.
Nolan, of Yonkers, who plans to <*rrct
Thomas S. Burke sold for Cezar John :
Nowicki to William A. Hick? a dwelling
on Browning Avenue in the G?nther
Park section of Yonkers.
Negro ienants Buy Big
Flat on Co-operative Plan
The Guy A* McDonald Realty Cor-j
i poration purchased for a syndicate of
negro tenants under a cooperative plan
103 to 109 West Mist Street, a six- ?
st*ry apartment, known as Diva-Court. ;
A M Tyons. .
! 4:40--529 Lcrlox ave.; Oeor-f? Oa
5:10?Front of HI Third ave.;
auto of .Tsirnf-S Huiler .??01?
*>:?.*>?90S Broadway; J. Bouton . .Unknown
7:15?214 K. 102(1 ?t.; Astna
Orocer*.* Store .Unknown
4:45?911. E. l'fith ?t., the Bronx:
Marv Kaulan .Triflln?
5:00?439 W. 56th ?t.; lot. un?
known .No dama*? |
6:10? 44? IV. Blth ut. ; Mary Bil?
ling? .Trifling !
7:16?Madison ave. and ?8th et.:
ahanty. unknown .Triflln*
n-.m?12 West 3lRt st.; KishlowsUy
Bros. .Unknown :
?:3K?12H Haut 120th st.. fenc:
Vnn Buren * Co.Trlfl!n*r
$:45?50fi Went 40th ?t.; unknown.Trifling
? : " 0?25 B'ekrnan ?t.; B. Kama. Unknown
9:20?101 4'h av.; unknown.Trifling
Results of Auction Sales
By Joseph P. Par
ITH AV. 688 * 590. es. 52.11 s J??th ?t.
2*s<x?4. two 3-sty ?*>rrmt>i and strs: .Ipan
ette M Hyman et al a(r;t Melvtn I. Morris
??t ?i J : partition. In ?i client of Thompson,
Kon? * Warren for $38,900.
WOOSTEB ST. 24J! & 254, w a. BU.7 s
Wawhlngton S?i South, 39x52; 2 and .". sty
tenmts and atrs; Phoob? Oros? agt Alice
Horn et a!; Hill; partition; to Cunlo F.
Podesta for $19,750.
SO AV, 907. ? s, 60 3 n 59th at, 20.lx
100. 2-aty bl-lg; lo Wm Brower ir for
MERCER ST, 45. w s. 99 n Grand et. 25x
100; 4-aty Mdg; lo K Schlrrtafl for 119.000.
16TU ST, 0IS F.. n s. 28? r> Avenu'-- H,
25x10'?.3; 5-?ty t?nmr; to Jennie Berger
Bv H?nrv Orad-.
? O'ilT ST, 451 W, ss. 77.1 ? nf 1 nth
av, 22.6x74.1; B-aty t?nmt and ?'.re; Law
er* Mt? Co \'b Mar-raret Tord et al; du?,
$8,428.25: taxes, etc. $406: to Sarah Cites
By Samuel Oo?d*tlrker
RmKGTON ST, 3<M and 30?. n e cor
Ij?v. 1? st. 25x100; fi-8ty tenmt and str?;
t:en*ral Union Trust Cn .'s SarahEhren
reirh et al, due, f 11,049.2? ? to the plaintiff
By I. r.lnroln S-ide
3D AV, 493, e s. 52 11 n Jld st. 25 1?
31 1; 4-sty tennit and ??r?. Cathrrlne Hack
ett a*jt et al, partition: adjourned to
BOSCOBEL AV, ? a, 94.9 n Shakespeare
av. 79.11x100x55.?X19.5x3.2x18.?; vacant;
?Jijo Shakespeare av, 133..1 n e Bosco bel
av. 80 7x100.5x25x55.9; vacant; Sltnson
Wolf ft al aa*t Verte/. R*altv Porp <-t nl
Ou?. $5.338.18; to th? plaintiff for $5.000.
intended for th* Real Estate
Section of the Sund ar Tri bune
mu? bs delivered COM*
PLETE to The Tribune
office not later than 4 o'clock
on Saturday afternoon.
?Aa? matt #r emit
mutt be presided
mtA tha c?py far
? tt f illustmthm,
sptcial btrdtrs mt
I I NTTRSTSHED APARTMENTS TO LET I rVFI RNIFHEI) APARTMENTS TO I?ET I
Construction Work is Being T^usked on
2?o ^Park ^Avenue
7HIS ultra modern Pork Ave. Apart?
ment house will be 17 stories in
height, and occupy the entire square
block, 48th to 49th Street, Park to Van
derbilt Avenue, co-operatively owned and
managed, with the servant problem solved
by the inauguration of the t4hourly service"
system, ''and a restaurant, of the very
highest class to complete the convenience
of hotel service.
With fjntore than Sjx^OO,000
Subscribed by Prominent fhfew Yorkers^
?jfnd the Number of Subscribers JTimited
The immediate selection of an apartment
is urged, before we begin offering to rent
the apartments to be occupied by tenants,
and which will be rented to defrayal! the
costs of operation, including taxes. As the
building is to be erected without the aid of
a mortgage loan, the owners (subscribers)
will have no interest to pay, no mortgage
to pay, renew or reduce in the future.
Some of the choicest suites are still avail?
able to purchasers, and may be arranged to
suitthe requirements, provided the changes
desired are made immediately.
Fltsr Plans and Details from the Bidldert
Fred To Ley & Company^ Ine,
19 WEST 44th STREET
OR FROM THE MAN'.AGINO AGENTS
15 EAST 49th STREET Plaza 9300
WE8TCHESTEK fOrXTT REAL ESTAT? WESTCHESTER COIYNTT HEAL ESTATE
; SALB OR. RENT
D o it -/fin? - Don '/ De toy
k BUY YOUR HOWS ?
115.000, excellent i?'..i?!ern house Chenter
HIM'i b'st 8>'ctli,n. 10 roo?!..'-. 2 baths,
steam heat, electricity, oak trim, stuccu
Bhlnrl? exterior, plot 50x100, r:??'?8e; pos?
session Oct. 1. Price red'jo-.'d for all cash.
COOLST REALTY CO. Thon-? 3400 M. V.
MODERN STLCCO HOUSE
8 rooisni, ?as, electricity, st?-arn heat,
aarafe. QooS section, near depot, trolley,
schoola ?to. Price 89,000. A. M'neirtenhoefer,
81 Mount Vernon Ave. Tel. ?"j:*s.
HOLLOW TILE AND STCCCO
Arrancad for tiro f*ml)t?s, ten rooms,
all modern conveniences; llf.,000. Rental
of on? apartmont (rlv?s you rent free.
MeC.ellan * Co., Inc., Mt. Vernon. N. Y.
Premlam Point Residence on 1H acres.
8125,000; 10-room house, residence park,
niO'lern, plot 100x10", $18.00?; bargains In
horn-*? from $6,000 up. (M'Ai. REALTY
COMPANY, 2M Hupuenot J?.lre<-t.
Modern Home, 9 rooms, bath, ?as, ?lec
trlc light, hot water h?at, parisipt floors.
T'lot 7?xl0u. Price fli.nOrt. Terms
REYNARD A KRAFT,
2?0 Hueuenot St., Phon" 2JJ-41.
* Rooms, 3 Baths, Large Plot.$45,000
9 rooms. 3 Paths, Lot 'JOxlOO. 2,830
7 Rooms, 1 Hath, Lot 1)8x100. 10.5(H)
f> Rooms, 1 Ruth. Lot 50x100. 7 (KM)
RELLISTAM. 31 North Av..-., orp r'r
Station. Tel. 3871.
Beantlfnl Estate, L. I. Snnnd, ?-.thin
easy commuting -1'sJari";; }'2 rooms. 4
bHths. ev?ry mo-lern ronvfil-rn'?; stone
And shinRlc construction; lneat?rl midst
glorious old ehsdf tr*"--. REATTTE & CO.',
244 Hsi?'Jfno'. St., 20JJ1 N. R., or 175 Flftli
A-.*?.. Gramercy 350.
STt'CCO nOLLOW TILE, 7 rooms. Im
prcivemants. restricted section. 10 min?
utes to n*-?rest depot, 2 blocks from school
Jji.OOO cash, balance raid monthly; a very
r-jaionabls investment- Tel. ?V It. 405d".
10 rooms, 2 baths, sto?e construction,
? dleepln? porch, view of river; '-Jj acre
?(?round; S minutes to station. $22,500
! Phone 701. R. M. DEVINE.
ST?)P! LOOK! LISTEN!
T?n-room pr?vale dw.~llln**; In restricted
?????hborhooU ; perfect condition Hot
wn'?r heat. e|?p?rlc ll?;>ils. etc. '?'iinrruml
osik floors and trim '.'irire sleeping porch
overlooking Hudson River. Must be s.-.>n
lo be appreciated. "n:v $14.600.
RRBTTHACK. ?. ro
63 South Ltoadway.
Tel. 701 Yonker.a. i
TVCKAHOE. tVest--hes:?r r*o'in'*.- N y ? t
room dwelling, doubl? ?ara-re, 3 ion '75*
100, steam heat. op?n pluirbina, ai' mod?
ern Improvement?; price S1 4 finir- r*-a*rlct
ed e? Cndarhl!. Park; also ? ?4 lota In
rear if required. Inquire S??.?-! 2744
Broad??-* v NY C. Phone Academy 2314
or luckahoe 700AV.
NEW ROCHELLE ? Modern euburban
home, exceptionally wf-ll Lullt, first clue?
repair; nine rooms, ?quaro hall. 2 batha.
hardwood floors and trim, ?a?, cleotriclty,
hot water heat; lar-rr, veranda, upstairs
porch; best residential auction, hl?h
?round, convenient to trolley, railroad,
?ehool; prie* ?17,500; terma. Owner,
addrese L., ?05 Tribune.
mJIS?A.LR?Hn'ur'-I?h?<l rental; attr??
.?v. ?Tr.2!rn.ColonU1 house, moat .?cHi
??e?. ? hnVfc'" m-nute? ??Hon: 4 bed
t? ?m,r, * ???????: half ?<-???: $2.BOO yearly.
Box 91, Scarsda e rhone 571 Saturday.
s -:ida> and ? . ? ?nnra.
? Room Cottage, 3 of en flrepiarp?, hot
water heat, sas. electricity; restricted
neighborhood; fini* ahad*> trees; plot SO.vlO'1
Immediate p-.-sshsssoii. C. LOH, 9 Orchard
Splendid opportunity to s-rure a fini
home at fraction of cos?; modern 10-room,
2 bstha. extra lavatories, fine rlv-r view,
convenient; asking- 122 000: don't loan this.
CHRISTIAN OAtX, T-Mophon* 3619W,
Modern 2-famlly house. 12 ro-m?, 2
baths, steam heat, electricity, plot 6P*fll5;
room for ?rsrag*1 Immediate possession.
110.600. R'asTi-ib"* Terme. Thomas, So.
B'way and McL?an A v. 'Phone 52S7.
? WHITE rLATNS
i MODERN HOMES
"WHITE PLAINS?II ART!: DALE?SCARP
DALE. From $10.000 up. Send for l'a?.
WM. E. MORRELL, Ire.
Vftot Square. White 1'laina, N. Y. Tel. 904.
$1.500; balance on mortgage, 9 rooms,
all improvements, lot 50x100. ?3.000; bal
.-iiice un mortgage, 7 rooms, ?.Ji impru.u
merits, open ilr--*dare, sleeping porch, plot
50x200. VAR?AN & STILWELL. ?-pp. depot,
Mamuroiicck, Tel. '2'.'.
BAROAINS, new horn".-., Larchmont and
Mamaroneck, former price $12 500, reduc-d
to $1'>.000. Ask $14,500, reduced to $12.000.
? All Imptfs.. fine location, easy terms MHi.
C. M. MURDOCH, 40 Post Rond. Tel. 425.
j NEW seml-bungalo**?*' 7 rooms and hath.
j li-.-'ng room, open fireplace, hot n-i;*;
.heat, electricity, carago.. $13.500.
HENRY H. DOWNEI
239 Huguenot St Tel. 1807-46*51. Est. 1S30
"BargaJn? Large reception hall, parlor,
dining room, butler's pantry, kitchen, five
bedrooms, bath, fireplaces, double ?.?rage,
i 2 acres, $17.ooo ? $7,000 cash. Uharle? j.
i Lawrence, Dunner Avc, Harrison, N. T.
Tel. S16-.I Park."
A real homo. :? rooms. 3 baths, .-car
garage; fines? construction; on corner plo?
275 ft. fiuntage; view of Hound, owner
moving to Europe will accept best, offer
for Inimedial* *?*>!?'? 51. ?" Hull. Telephone
Larrhmonl 12* ft.
HOMES AT $9.000 UP.
" A I
LONQ ISLAND REAL ESTAT?
GEORGE W. BOTH, scarsdale?
ENGLISH COUNTRY HOUSE
One of th* mo?t attractive homes In
beautiful Gas-den City; built of old Ivory
stucco, (Studded with weathered beams
largo plot, well landscaped; G minute?
from slsilion arid 2 bloci?a from ?,*olf c/iub;
7 rooms, Including Jl master bedrooms an-i
?i baths on the second lloor. with maid's
room and bath on the third floor, charm
Ingly lighted living room, with window?
on three sides and attractive wall bracket
lights; contains largo open fireplace,
flanked by built-in bookcases; every con?
ceivable convenience. Including hot water
heat, instantaneous water heater, metal
weather strips, copper screens, etc.; 3J
minutes from Pennsylvania Station by elec
trlo expresa service. K. H. Honberger. 145
West A5th ?t. Fita Roy 621 S.
NET.- HOT" S ES FOR SALE.
IMMEDIATE OCCI PAN?JT
EDGEW UHI'II SMITH. IN?.'., i U. JjUh ;t. ''
UNItJRMSaXD ArABT.UKNTS TO LET CNFTRNISHED APARTMENTS TO L?T \ rNFCRNISHKB APJ%KTM?T8 TO LET
?JO Fifth kernte
Opposite the y'2nd St. entrance to
Central Tar^ and the Cast ?rrV.
This newest, twelve-story Frfth Avenue Apartment
has light and air fully protec^d on all four sides,
with 162 feet of southern exposure. Covered drive?
way. Five open fire places ;n each apartment.
D?csigned and Constructed by
FRED F. FRENCH COMPANY
Duplex Apartments Simplex Apartments
15-18 Rooms, 5-7 Baths 15 Rooms, 5 Baths
15 Eaat 49th Street
Bet. jth ?jf Madistm Ave. Phon? PUtr* ?200
102 West 80th Street
Sear Central Park
One and Two Rooms
Furnished or Unfurnished,
Non-housekeeping. Yearly leases only.
Restaurant of Exceptional Merit.
" ELEVATOR APARTMENT
916 Union Street
Overlooking Pro?pect Park Plaza
6-7 and 8 rooms and 2 baths;
15 minutes to Wall St. by Inter
borough or B. R. T. Subways;
RENTS ?123 TO ?175.
POSSESSION OCT. 1 OK SOONER.
J. H. PENNOCK & CO., INC.
IS? REJJ.SE.N ST., BBOOKL?.N.
PHO.VB MAIN" S371.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET
Central Park West at 86th St.
1, 2 and 3 Rooms
Restaurant a la Carte
WM. F. INGOLD, Manager.
rjFTH AV~... hftwfn 4?th and 60th ?ts
Furnished apartment, parlor, bedioom an?
b-nh; elevator am! maid's service; to sublet
till October 1st; rent ???.sonable. Apply Mis?
Wetner. Phon? Murrii- Hli'. ?313.
4 WEST 40TH ST.?Beautifully furnlgh-- J
four-room apartment; housek*"?rl"B
Jens lease; Imm?diate occupancy. Call
? to 8.
?.\N exquisitely appointer! ?room ?pur1
inent. completo. Tel. Mrs. Haller. OoJu-..-.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES
H!GH CLASS~0F~F1CE SPACE
T**- !?as-*s from October firsts 1.150 equal"
fe*-t. unobstructed expos-j-", '?orner thir
t-'?nth floor Err.mett Bu-Wing, Madison
\venue ars-1 !9th .*?! reef : $3.00 per ??:,'? >*???
foot, including light and Janitor sc:-\ .
Inuu'.re riJandard Faint Company, Wooi
LOFT in Pait?la Building. 6th av.. be
t*veon 2i-t.li ami JMst sts. : very light.
highly desirable, ready for intm?><?iat? oc?
cupancy, at very moderate rent; ex-o*..
tional opportunity for immediate action.
Apply on premises. Phone ?-ht-Jsea. 2<-44.
T" LET- t.arne salesroom sin-! office, off
Broadway; suitable tor automobile; ow
iri?; to moving into larger 'insrsr-r?. rea?
sonable rent. KJJc.n Motor Distributing
s'--., in* . IM.'t West " 7th st,
t.'iFT f-.r rent m Jov.-e- Manhattan. Suit
aole o?flen or light manufacturing, anou*
'-. ;-S'"i so. ft., lone least-. Inqi)-r? K I?
Kriksen, or J. V Cody, 5?S H-ndrlx St.,
B'klyn. Telephone Glenmorei ; 701.
BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR RENT.
Offices. FhCTTi-ooms and lofts?S00 eauare ism
CLAP.ENCE Q. MARTE?VS.
141-5 B'?*ay L*J9th st.). Bryant ?HI
3 FMST 44TH ST.?About 4*10 square feet of
office to rent. Laurence, Murray Hill
?Tir AVENUE, JPO; l?*'. floor, attractive
offices; reasonable; Irr^rdiat* occupancy.
MANHATTAN KEVL ESTATE
21 Liberty Street
NEAR 5TH AVE.
in the East 50s.
Entire house, adapted for business or?
?on? term lease. Particulars apply to
Douglas ?lihbons & Co., 5 East 45th St.
T- J. Vandeibilt 6:**.
NE\T JERSEY REAL ESTATE
CALDWELL?Marshall st.. 6 exceptional
one-families; completed Oct. 1. every
modern linpt. ; fireplaces, eun porches; 7
anil S roonu. lartcu ?lots; highest eleva?
tion In New Jeraey. Address O S. Kitter.
I?U Market ?t.. Newark. Phon? 8797 Market,
H. W.?H.wl,y ft C?? Eufcwom.. N. J.
Looktiur for m eomfortabls FotMlabexl
roer.i " f>*n-i:t select list In to;day>
Ti ?Ij-i.-i? - ? ?iclvt
01 KENS REAL ESTATE QIEEN8 REA- E.STATE
gr:?^r!i"r.*tr;r?-*taii!'C^i'^*''*i''"'?'''ji?'lJ!|,iaji!,t wv.mwurtw.anmmns3i!\ B?MW?Mm UMB ??I?
The Housing Problem and
PROMINENTT New York City real
estate appraiser recently said;
~I wish that every person in New York might
know that the city boasts of so distinctive a
residential colony as theQueensboro Corpora?
tion has developed at Jackson Heights. ?
"I had not, until recently, the remotest idea
of the great change wrought at Jackson
Heights in the last few years, or of the service
being rendered the people of New York by
the owners, who have laid the foundation of
what promises to be the city's most attractive
apartment house district.
"If the people of New York knew more of
Jackson Heights, of the splendid apartments
being erected there, of the golf course,
tennis courts, gardens, children's playgrounds,
and other community features,? at their
very door,'?the owners could not build
houses fast enough to supply the demand.
it is almost a public duty to tell New York
more about this remarkable community!"
And so, we are going to tell New York some?
thing about the Jackson Heights Community,
and what we are earnestly striving to accom?
plish there. We are going to do this in a
series of newspaper advertisements, but as
newspaper space today is not only costly,
but iknited as to supply and use, we cannot
hope to tell all our story in words. We can,
however, and do invite "all New York" to call
on us at Jackson Heights, there to see for
themselves whether Jackson Heights is all it
is said to be,?"a community that is unique
in the history of housing."
New garden apartments, of 4, 5 and 6 rooms
will be ready for occupancy this fall. They
are offered for sale on the Jackson Heights
Plan of Tenant Ownership.
The Qaeensboro Corporation
Manhattan Office : 50 Ea*t 42c? St.
To visit Jackson Heights by most convenient route take Subwgf to
Grand Central, transfer to Queensboro Sub-ivay (Corona Line) to
25th St. Station (c??cc opposite station) 22 minutes from 42d Sfc
291 n.?*jj*ir mti?Bi?; a? - a jsaiB.-aairaBiMt't'-'^^
NEW JERSEY REAL ESTATE
The community of the younfjer set In aris?
tocratic o'.-l Elizabeth is an Meal epot.
Here, en Ralph Bt. ar..i Summit pi., m
havo a few n??w six and sev?-n room resi?
dences, valued at from $B.?i?0 to $11,250
osii.li. Modem throughout. Terms, 10 p<-r
cent riisli, und ha Innre abo??- firpt mort
?,'st-,.- may be paid monthly. Amounts littles
e*ii'- eilln?- actual rental value. These
h->u:ieH are honest Value ???I our terms are
unusually lib.-rnl. Elizabeth off!< e i 2r'*
Broad ft ) open every Sunday. J. R Stan?
ley, Room 505, 135 Broadway. Telephon* ,
WHT BE A RENTER
?U'heri yen can be a ?ar.dle-l by atrrsply I
pa:,li:(r '."> interest. In addition to rent
value (on i**-p of a lP'V cash payment) and ''
thus save 75'"- of amount y ? would pa> .
out iti rent In five year?'. Such ar? our i
terms on u few housea located on b-au
tlful Cro-se Ave. In Ellzaboth. N. J. New.
modern 7 root;? hou.se?. Brice S9.9C0 each.
Elizabeth office (20? Bread St.) open ?.-.?>
Sunday. Stanley Corporation, 135 Bi .*: I
way. Room 608?. Telephone S5?4 Ktclur.
PLAINFIELD, N. J.
Four distinctive "Colonial Un-roes." each I
on I-ar-re plot; S, 7 and t comfortable I
room?, tiled bath: floora. Interior trim and
lighting fixture? the best; steam beat, open \
flreplaea, enclosed veranda and a-un-par- '
lora, neirrbbur? of character; near ?tatlon
and trolley; ft?S00 takes possession: 96.000 !
to ?s.eon on (?rrna Owner, Room 21?.
Sabcock Bide. PiaJnfleid, N. J.
Great Home Bargain
Ownrr sacrificing* beautiful bouse. ?l.iOO
leas than value: large foreclosed plot; n-ar
e-.atlun, fine trees; i? hour Manhattan;
steam heat, tile bath, tile kitchen. op-sn
fireplace, fine fixtures, artlatlc decoration?,
paniutjtry. Inclosed veranda, garage. S?.?OO
ua*u and $G0 monthly; large discount.
Telephone Hotlis 6515.
"forcit taillis (H5arDenj5
15 Minute? from Penn Station.
Ilnuse* and Villa Pints for Sale.
Sage Foundation Homes Co.
47 W. 34th St.. or Foreat Hill?. L. L
?vEAV JERSEY RE.4X EST.VTB
ENGLISH VILLA of 7 room?, 1 bath,
rorner plot, 100x194 ft., going for ".'-S
value; mutt ?all; want $8.000 ,-aeh. b?l
?nce on bsnk mortgage, near Montclair,
elevation MA ft.; beautiful eectlnn: re?
fined ne-.ghberbood, strictly r?sidentiel.
move In Oct. 1. QUICK, Box ?33. Tribun?
A Build- r with too ..?any new houses
must soil a 7-room new English Co?
lonial, with all improvements; one-car
garage: plot tOslSE* for Initial pay?
ment 1600, balan?a like rent: 4 minutes
from atatlon. 40 minute? to New York.
Addree? "Mine?la," 103 Trlfcan'? Office.
FOR PAT.E?Country place and farm. 1C3
arre?, ?0 acres wood; 45 mile? from
Newark: furnished house, IS room?. S batbs,
running water In bedroom?; tenant house,
* room? and bath, hroo'-t? ?dplr.c alt fl?ld?;
?1! b'iil !'??? in ?oed s* ?-.-?< ,-*-e 125,.
",1 -? ' ?J? i-fe '.'.-a t?>.\ ??ledtao'a
Square P ? ?s.n, Ji, ;;???? Voik