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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1916.
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$239,000,000 TO RUN
NEW YORK IN 1918
IteiiUv l-Aport Hiim'h Khtiniato
mi l.ulcsl ltii(lc( Figures
Demaiid Hclit'f.
N'( Vmk city real estate owners are
coufi otilcil with tho pmspeet of pnylnir
taxes- " l!'l! on u budget, which will
loim HSl'.uuo.OOO. With the huJKCl Just
iiunpleteil no :i Imels for computation
Latircme M I'. McMulrc, president of
the Ileal IWiiti- llnaid of New York, hint
reached tin' strangling estlmatu of close
to S!IO,Oiii.iW iw tho cost of running
the muiilelpil government nt the end of
i.Mt jcf. ih.it In during 191.
since liiKt fall our expenses huve 111
cre.iM'4 itt Jeuet JU.ouu.liuo, as Uio
kuilect for 1917 Ih neatly iik large ni
th.it for 1910, when taxpayers hud to
j.ay m direct State tax of SH, 000.000.
The hudnet Just announced Im SiMl.llo,
01O! The Iiudcct for 181C. or thul
made Inst full, to run tho eoiernmont
during tho current year was $212,9u6,
Ul.it In dleeussliiK tho outlook for real ei
tale neit full Mr. Mcllulre mild:
"Jud(flii(f hy experience there uceniM
to be no hope of any reduction In H'lS'a
budget, so we may start with a local
tinted of upproxltnatcly 1211.000,00.
"The inerea o for debt service and
tty a you R' iwllcy will probably he
Jin.Om'.OOH. Tho Hoard of Education
ivlll Ci rl.ilnly not correct U hublt of
ajklng annually for n huge Increase.
!, u estimate that at tl.000.000. The
nther iniecellaiieoim Items tet un place
at approximately I2.C00.000. This tnakci
a total for the city budget of nearly
j:::.,O0O,O0i), and If there Is a Stuto tax,
as mojt likely thyre will be, UiU we may
place ut upproxhiuitely laHt yenr'n fig
ure. Sll.0OO.000. TIiIm ninkea a total
bu.lft of U'Si'.OOO.OOO. to b mudo up
by the udmInltrallon on November 1,
1HI7
"The ilu'il service. Increases arc In the
main unavoidable. Hut some will ques
tion, im thr Heal Kstntc Hoard did a
year atw, tho wisdom of making tho
pay as you go policy cotupulMory, be-rau-e
of the rharp Increase It la making
in the budget and tho tax rnte. There
Is no reason why the process could not
have liecn epread over ten years Instead
of four.
"Die fact that we nro spending nearly
S1,Sim),0ou for widows' pensions seems to
have had no apparent effect on tho
ChurltliK Department. Tho department
actually aiked an Increaso of 11,000,000.
"Hut one thing seems plain. If we
must proildu Mich staggorlng sums why
should real estate pay nearly all of It?
Taxpayers should absolutely Insist on
tho city ottlolalH taking Immediate und
agrc"dvo Meps to secure new revenue
from other sources than real estate, so
that thin tremendous burden of taxation
may not fall entirely upon real property.
"Real estate Is paying 90 per cent,
of the city taxes and more than TO per
cant, of the Htate taxes. City property
tl utso over n.ssessen while It Is no
torious that property up State Is as
sessed too lots.
"It seems Incredible that with a bud
get amounting tu unheard of proportions
rlty officials wn bo Indifferent on this
question, und the Heal Kstatc Hisird
feel? It IU duty to call attention to the
ytty ecrloua situation which confronts
taxpayer and to the necessity for urg
ing that some detlulto Intelligent pro
gramme be Immediately formulated and
executed for making other forms of
property do their share toward support
In the soieniment"
WOULD REMOVE HIGH BRIDGE.
Tall Arraes Arrosa Harlem Inter-
fere With Commerre.
Alexander llarlnc of the trufTio and
waterwuj' committee of the llronx
Board of Trade wants Mich Urldire, one
of the alshtH of the city, removed, as he
thinks tho bridge Interferes with the de.
velopment of tho Jlnrlem River water
front.
The bridge comprises several masonry
arches. Over It are the mains of the
aqueduct system. Mr. Harlntt suggests
that the water mains bo carried under
the river and the tull urches be taken
down so that the bridge slto may be
turned Into factory plots and the channel
broadened.
To Improve the river the stream would
hae to be straightened, which Is Im
rohsllle with tho bridge standing. It Is
estimated that 7,300 vesselH pass under
the bridge in a year. Most of theae are
of 3u tons capacity, which Is tho largest
which can bo towed through tho v.ppr
Harlem. The new barge canal vessels
will be of 2,000 tons.
27TH ST. BUILDING LEASED.
Sli Mory rJtroctnrc at 244 West
27th . Rented lor Long Term.
The Duross Company has leased the
atx story building at 214 West Twenty
seventh street for Lawrence. Kerr to
Fredi rick Urautlgnm for a term of yeara.
AUo with Thomas & Eckerson the four
i Ar l mhln nt ISR West Thlrty-llrst
strept for Alice McCann to Jacob Kradua,
i.tid tho top loft at 48 and 410 est
Tin tnth street to the Fairfax South
ern foods Company for n tenn of years.
The Clurles K. Noyes Company has
I'.'aol a lloor nt 343 Hroadway to Simon
& Solomon, a loft at 413 llroadway to
Frederick Holer, u loft at 31 & l'eari
trtet t. Hurry and Ham Levy and a
door nt 15 Uifajetto street, corner of
Worth, to llendano nros.
.lohn .1 Kavanatrh has rented a store
t !in Madison nvenue to John Lo Voy
for a term.
1'hU'p leselson has leased for a term
it ran to A. Collsh, printer, the third
floor III tho twelve etory building at
:il.'Ji:. Writ Thirty-seventh street. The
Old English Country Home to Be Built for
New Golfing Club in Westchester Hills
Tiie Quaker Itsdcre Field and Country
C ud, oriratiiied by prominent residents
tt New York and Westehexter. has Just
Co npieted plans for u fine country club
' ie it Qimker HldBC, near Now no
eliclle h,.o the club has acquired 120
r'" The property will ba developed
' in 'ehteeii hole course. The links
Attractive Spots at Larchmont
Gardens Bordering Sound Shore
Type of baaajalon mt Urekmont
-Gardens).
loft was recently vacated
Schlrmer, the music publisher.
J. Arthur Fischer has leased the store
and basement at 141 (Irand street to
A. J. Kaplan, general uierchuudlso agent.
FURTHEST NORTH ON 5TH AVE.
lOO.OOO Drrrlllntr for KlNth Ml.
fur Mill l . 1'nmoii.
What w-IU be tho most northerly of 1
tho pretentious homin on Fifth nve
nuo facing tho l'.irk Is now being de
signed for tho plot 100x125, at the '
northeast corner of lOSth street. Mln
Llewellyn S. I'arsone, who acquired
the site last March, has commissioned ,
Charles Kwlng, architect, to mnko plans .
for the proposed building, which will be
about three utorlos high, of brick and
limestone construction. It Is estimated 1
that the Improvement will cost upward
of S100.000.
The blocks north of Mount Hlnal Hos-1
pltal, 100th to 101st street, arc Im
proved with buildings of n nondescript
character, and It was generally assumed
that high grade residence Improve-1
merits would be confined to the territory
south of this point.
MUNICIPAL BLDG. RESTAURANT. !
S44.BOO to Ur Spent for City Koi-
ployeea Flatlna I'lavr
Contract to Install a 'lining room nml
kitchen on the twenty-fifth and twenty. .
sixth floors of tho Municipal HulUHng for
tho benefit of city employees has been
let to the Warner & Huberty Company ,
of Brooklyn. Tho estimated cost of the .
work Is 144,500.
NINK STOHV HOL'SK ON OOTII XT.
Plans weto filed yesterday for n nine,
story apartment building, to Ik erecttd 1
at 1S Kast Klxty-slMh street. The!
bullUhifr Is to contain two apartments 1
on a lloor of six and eight rooms, with
three baths each. The owners aro lh I
llrlxtott Holding Corporation. IMwin S.
Urlckner, president. The architects arc
V. U Ilousu and I,. A. Ooldstonu.
FJtATi:tl.ITV ON 3IADIMON AV, '
William A. White A Sons have leased
tho gri.und tloor at ITU Madlsun avenue .
to thfl SJ!ipna Kpsllon Delta fraternity.
city dwi:i.i.in;m rkntkii.
The Houghton Company 1ms le-imd
for Henry H. Hindrlek the four story
anil lmsement dwelllmr ut rl West
Wghty-sevcnth street to Elizabeth
Itlpka.
Klanngan & Ron have leased H9 West
Nlnety-llflh tteet for Mrs. Kmma de
Costa to Mrs. Annie It. Whitney.
lCdward S. Foley & Co. IniMi leased 31
West .Sixteenth street, a four Mory
dwelling, for the New York Title and
Mortgage Company to William Seeman ;
also 60 West Klghty-fourth street, a four
story brownstone dwelling, for J. J.
Qulgley to Kllzii Hill, nnd 330 West
Nineteenth street, a three story and
basement dwelling, for Anna Woodruff to
J. Campbell.
APARTMENT HOTF.I, KOIl WOW.N
Parish & Schrocdcr, architects, will
design tho apartment hotel for working
women to be built by tho Webster
An.irtment Company (Jesse 1. Straus of
II. H. Macy & Co. president). Tho proj-j
ect will be financed through a bene
faction made by the lute Charles It.
Webster, who died last .Mareii nrxi ne.
queathed one-third of his estate to pro
vide a fund for tho erection of an
apartment house where unmarried
working women shall have apartments
at cost, with all homo conveniences.
K. n. !TKTTINU' IH!Y.
Edward It. Stfttlnlus of J. Plerpont
Morgan & Co., Ih reported to be the
buyer of the Anms 11. I'., l'lnrhot houie
at the northeast comer of l'ark avenue
and Hlghty-tlftli Flreet, reported sold
vesterday. Mr. Stcttlnlus at present oc
cupies under lease the dwelling at 10
FJoat Seventy-third street. Tho I'lnchot
house Is four stories and stands on a
plot 42.2x82. It Is valued at 1275,000.
RHOKKK IN HAIILRM DKAL.
Frederick Oppenhelme wim the broker
In the snlu of tho flvo story flat at 125
West 116th street, for Thomas W. Mur
ray to Helen II. Steele, recorded re
cently. will Im ready for play by next June.
The club membership has been llmltud
to 30n, nnd applications for membership
already nppro.ich half that number.
A moiiK the memliers aro John C, Auar of
New Itochelle, FrunclH A. Htrattun of
Mount Vernon, C. K. tl. Hillings of New
York. Kdmuml O. Vatinli.tn, formeily
prenldent of the National Hank of
,
r w" -ZU2Z,x C'',Jslsssss1
Lake mad ronrti seen from elabhoase. ( Abore) Feraola and ara
Trails, Shore Acre Clab.
OTTO KAHN BOYS !
68TH ST. DWELLING!
Acquires Tonncle House nt 0
East Adjoins His
Residence.
Otto If. Kahn has bouKht the dwelling
at Ka-l Sixty-eighth street, which Is
next to hln residence, from Mrs. Julia I
P. Tonnele. Mr. Kahn lives at . The
purehaso nf the Iioumi Increases the
frontaKu of hi" property to .' leet.
Mr. K.ihn Is now completing a new re.sl
demv nt the corner of fifth aenue and
Nlni'ty-llrt street. Thomas K. Uyan
controls the property to tho wet. which
he U"c us a Kiirden In connection with
his residence on Klfth avenue. The Harry
I'ann Whitney house occupies the
opposite corner on Klfth avenue. Will
lam A. Whlto .t Hon negotiated the sale.
ItltOAnWAY Al'AHTWF.NT Li:.
llltOAnWAY. The t'h.imas ltealty nnd
f-..,i.t riKt Ia,i r'nuiH.mv rt.utttil It)
thu John i:. Cieihich ltealty Company i
Uio Crstnl Couit, at the northeast!
e. riu'r of Hroadway and lrtoth tleet,
a story apartment house, on plot
lOtixlOO, aciitllled j-rcctitly fiom J. S. ,
Van Wezel. The St. James Court
ap.irtmint. at the northwest comer of
Seventh avenue and 143d street, re
ported mid on Friday, was given In 1
exchange, (
BAST P3I STKKKT. John J. Kava-li.-ich
and Sutton & Henjiimin have I
sold fur Sara N. Fosn 17 ll.ist Ninety
third street, n four stjry dwelling on
lot 20xl00.'. to a buyer who will oc
cupy after exteii'lve alterations.
IIKATH AVKNI'K. John It. P.ivldson
has sold for Knnls A; Slnnutt the thrie
Hory dwelllnir on lot 20xino at 2S70
1 loath avenue, to W. S. Livingston for
occupancy.
iiiiooKi.YN nwni.i.i.x; nalks.
U. A. Schleslng has Hold for Henry
Kchne tho two family brick house at
2tOS Hughes street. Hldgewood, to Fred
crick O. Olmberg for a residence.
S.imutl Zlrm has sold 397 South Fifth
street, a four story brick apartment held
at JI3.00U, for Mrs. Fanny Levy to an
Investor; also sold the two family brick
dwelling at 123 I'ulaskl street for a
client to Mrs. Sadie I.evlne fur about
JG.00'1.
Frank A. Seaver & Co. have, sold the
one family detached cottage on plot 40x
100 at 7712 Thirteenth avenue for II.
tlyer to a buyer for occupancy.
IIOMK IIITYI1IIM IN NKWAHK.
I'cli-t & VeM. Inc.. have Rolil lfl
flrofti street to Frank II. Kllers. tl dwdl
Imk on plot 30x100, on the northern bide
of thi Htroet. about 1K0 feet from Mc
Whorter street ; also sold for John How
nrd tho rr.Hlilcnce on plot KOxlOO at 1D6
15S Hliermun a venue, to John Nagel of
Kniflnwood, N. J. ; also resold 93 Mercer
street and C7 llroome treet for John
Iluclmnnn to John C, urcftory of Knr
Hills. N. J. : auto four two family houses
nt 27 and 271 Morris avenue for Henry
llniHti of Hllzalicth, N. J., to Charles A.
Morrell ; also for the L-lnwoort Company
tho two new two family house, on plot
SilxIOO, at 47S-SO North Mapla avenue,
Kast Orange.
Cuba at II.inna, now retired mid llv
Iiik at tjuaker ItldKOi O. 11. Hoffmat-tcr
of New Itoehelio anil J. Clarence Jones
of Now Vork.
I'l.ins for tho clubhouse wero drawn
by Henry O. Morse of 101 Hark avenue,
Manhattan, and they call for a lout;,
rnmhlimr bouse tu be built of stone and
timber In un ICngllsh stjle vt architec
NEW TERMINAL
FOR WEST SHORE
Bip l'nsspnper Station to Be
Built on River Edge South
iof Wechawken.
The West fihore Railroad Convany, a
subsidiary of tho ?s'ew York Central, Is
to have a new terminal on the New Jer
sey side of the Hudson. It will be tmrne
distance smith of the present terminal
of the road, under cliffs at Weehawken.
The new terminal will be exclusively for
passenger traffic and will be connected
up with New Jerse's trolley system.
The Weehawken terminal is to be used
for freight. It will be greatly Increased
In nlze and many charwes nro planned to
facilitate the greatly Intending freight
business which the road Is dolus,-. It ha
been known for some time that sonic
thing would hove to be done to lmndle
the fretaht trndlc of the road ns the
present terminal Is Inadequate.
The repoit that woik would be started
soon on the new termlnil could not lie
officially verified yesterday Kallroad
men who aro acquainted with the plans
of tho West Miure Haihoad said that
everything had been arranged fur the
construction of the new trmlnus nnd
that actual building operations would
be started soon.
The locution of the new teimlnal has
been kept a secret. The site has been
selected with the Idea In inand of reduc
ing the time, of travel mi the ferrlc to
Forty-second und to Cortlatidt street.
The ferry facilities will he much better
than thoe In the present terminal. Hick
of the ferry sllis will be a large passen
ger station In which will be the executive
olllces of tho road.
HKNTINfi AT FIKLDSTON.
The DelafieM Kstatn lias leafed to
I,oomIs H, Taylor of WuliiM-ott, I,. I., n
residence at Fleldston, IUvTilali-im.
Hudnon; nlno 1,'iihOil on West "16th
ftreet, nolrlnton, The Iorvoiilii, a
Btone nnd hollow tile residence, to Will
lam J, Dunn.
CHEMICAL MAN III VS PLOT,
Tlio Uedney Kami Conipany has sold
a plot on I.lttlojeihn place In the tleducy
Kami section of White l'liilns to Alfred
13, Hcndcy of the Warner Chemical
Company. Tills Is tho second plot which
Mr. Hendey has purchased In this local
ity within the year.
.MONTACJin: FI.AOO I'll RENTS.
Tense & Klllmnn have leased for
Ktowe Phelps his residence to Montacue
KliiKfr. 2d. Tho houi-e la at 161 liist
seventy-fourth utreet, between Ix-xIiib
ton and Third uvenuux, and Is a four
story American basement dwelllnc. It
is one of a row of unique and urtlstlc
residences which house ninny prominent
people, ono of whom Is Theodore Roose
velt, Jr.
SOUTHAMPTON ACRES HOLD.
V. Leroy Havens has sold three nnd
a half acres on the east dido of Old Town
road, Southampton, I,. I., fur Mrs. Harry
Kurnett to Klmer W. I Van Urunt und
Fred W. Pempf.
ture. The building will command a flno
view of Iinir Island Sound and the
Wertchehter hills.
The blilldliiK will be 136 feet long and
the main clubronm 22x40 feet, The
entrance to the club will be through n
wide hall and on the right will be the
clubronm with a largo open llrcpl.iee.
On the left will be a large dining room,
KKAI, KHTATK AT AUCTION.
REAL ESTATE. AT PUBLIC AUCTION
LIQUIDATION SALE
Thursday, November 16
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, AT KXCIIANOB SALESROOM, 14 VESEY ST.. N. Y. C.
348 West 28th St.
(Bet. Eighth & Ninth Ats.1.
A 3 story and basemont brick building
used as a rooming house. Site of lot,
21.8 1.719S.9.
535 to 541 and 547 to 551
West 38th Street
(Bet. loth 11th Ats.).
To be sold aa twa iarcela.
Mb to Ml Is a vacant plot lOOlM.O.
47 to S1 la a acant plot 7SI98.V.
515 & 517 West 39th St.
(Bat. 10th 11th Ara.).
Ta be sold aa one parrel.
A 4 story brick tenement with store, to
gether with lot adjoining. Slse of plot
GOiflS.D.
N. W. Cor. 173d Street
& Weeks Avenue.
A vacant atrip. Site 0x93.
OZONE PARK, L. I.
BOROUGH OF QUEENS.
S. E. Cor. Grafton 4c Ocsan Avs.
A vacant plot, 40.SxlOO.
SILVER LAKE, WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.
S. E. Cor. Lake Street
& Pearl Avenue.
Vacant plot 7S.s7xl29.Mxt24.09.
75
may remain
for three
WITH EXCEPTION OF 34K WEST 28TI1 ST.
AND 141 AN1J 143 WEST 27TII ST.,
BROWN & FALKINBURG, Attys., 10 Wall St., N. Y. City.
Write for Booklet.
31 Nassau St.,
N. Y. City.
NEW JERSEY REAL ESTATE FOR SALB ,
$3,500 EASY TERMS
and First Mortgage of aj.ooo Bua ThU
BEAUTIFUL ALL-YEAR HOME NEAR WATER
Hi: HIT lo I.IYE IN NOW. ('omenlent Commutation Et. Serilte to city.
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beautifully Hiiatnl on hill enn, roinniatiitlnir water le : elev.. WW ft., eontalru ililn
room, with opeu nrenlace. Dining risim. kltrhen. library, butler's pantry on Unit floor,
lourliedmom.. 1 tlleit twth on senind floor. Three tiedroonii. liath on third lliwr NW
ivuntry rluli. . gplf. tennis. Ideal water sport, skating, lee bnatlnir. tiilsHraanlng: cannilnV
bathing and ntiln In summer, see lhl property, rnmpare It with any priced at ll" Vmmi
near N. Y. Illnhmt. healthiest altliude wltlifn cominuilng dl"t"ice "T New ..rk
send rnrtiliiitiwTaph. 4RKM;E TO HEE TIIIH IIOl'HE ELECTION II O .
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SIX BLOCKS OF
LOFT SPACE RENTED!
Firms Rpturninjr to Old .Mer
cantile Zone Filleii Up
Vneaneies.
Tiie Save Now York movement and
the zonlns; restrictions have brought vec
Hons below Thirty-third street once
ngnln Into prominence, as a manufactur
ing ami lort district A to what the
restrli'tioui and tho campaign nf the
various merchants In tho shopping rce
tlon to save Fifth avenue have done
for other sections. It may bo interesting
to know that fully six Mm kit of loft
space In tho central mercantile district
have been letiteil In the Inst few weeks.
Among the llrmx who htive taken large
space in this district recently are the
Hlyou Waist Company, which leased
160.000 square feet In the Nineteenth
street wing of the former .Simpson Craw
ford store : Marshall Field & Co. are to
use 100,0011 square feet In the Albe
marle Building. Hroadway and Twenty
fourth strett; Duparquet, Huot Mon
etise foiniuiny. range manufacturers, are
to liK-ate at 10S to 111 West Twenty-
second street nnd 113 and 115 Went
Twenty-first street, the westerly portion
of tho former O'Neill-Adams store, 100,-
000 saunro feet: IJmery-Heera & Co,
manufacturers of Onyx hosiery, are to
niovo Into new quurters, covering 100,
000 square feet In tho Albemarle
Hulldliig. Welnsteln Kiipstein. man
ufacturers of cloaks nnd eiilts, and Will
iam It. Warner & Co., manufacturing
chemists, will respectively occupy B0,
000 rquura feet each In the Kesner
Hulldlng, Sixth avenue and Twenty
third street, and In tho old Altman
Hulldlng, 113 to 143 West Eighteenth
street und 110 to 124 West Nineteenth
street. These six leases represent K60,
000 squnrn feet, or nearly six square
blocks of space,
Tho lenses of Marshall Field ft Co.
nnd the Kniery-lleern Company Involve
$1,000,000 and tho Altman transaction
ll.10fi.00il ; and three new loft opera
tions, thirteen stories at 24 I'nlon
Square, Ilast, eighteen stories nt 925
Hroailwuy and a twelve story loft at
Fourth street nml Sixth avenue Involve
respectively $S0O,0U0, J600.000 and 1200.
000, These Items represent a total of
J3,70O,ono Invested In tho central mer
cantile district recently.
t; io, ono i'KI.iiam imiifiH soi.n.
Oeorgo Howe has sold the home of Ur,
U. i:. Hecmaii, In I'elliam, The prop
erty bus been held at i 10,000.
I.ONli ACHR IIOTHI, I.KiMH SOLD.
Matt .1. W.tril ,t Co. has sold for John
O. Hoggs tho lease and good will of tho
Hotel LongaiM", nt 157 to 163 West
Forty-seventh street, Manhattan, to
rieoigo I,. Snnborn, who In now In
possession, Mr. Sanborn wnH former
proprietor of tho Hotel Navarre uml
owner of tho New Western Hotel.
TAKF.S KIIAIlllIJItMT IIOI1NR.
John F. Hrott and I'ensn & Klllmnn
lmvo rented for Samuel r. Hinckley his
country place, known an Ituneinede, on
Ocean avenue, Oedarhurst, U 1 to Ira
A. Kip, Jr.
NI'ltl.NIi I.AKF, IIIIAI.TV IIIIVKH.
Jnhli IX Miner has sold a dwelling on
Mercer nvenuo, Spring Iake, N. J for
Klmer Kwau and u plot adjoining for
Miss Irene Thompson. William James
Is the buyer of both parcela.
KEAL ESTATE AT AtJCTION.
513 to 517 West 40th St.
(Bet, 10th and 11th Ava.1.
A 3 atory brick stable, together with 3
story brick dwelling. Sice of plot 75x93.9.
West Side of Inwood Av.,
Running Through to
Macombs Road
(5 ft. south of tiobel Place).
A vacant plot 100x130.28x100.28x122.83.
233 West 60th St.
(Between West End and
Amsterdam Ats.).
A 4 story brick tenement with two stores.
Slto of plot 251100.0.
N. E. Cor. So. Boulevard
and Brown Place.
A vacant plot SOxlOO.
141-143 West 27th St.
(Bat. Sixth and Seventh Avs.).
To be sold as ana parcel.
A S story and a 3 story brick tenement
with store. Site of plot A0.2x98.V.lf.
East Side Garfield Av.
Running thro' ta t'nderhlll Baulaiard
350 ((. north of Jefferson Av.
A vacant lot 23x123.03x5x130.81.
on mortgaro CO
years at O
Thona
744 Cort.
NEW JERSEY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Of m:w oitK ITrr hi about SOT f
.?rn.'"' I'"''1'" eholiH liom."lt t MOIISK.
Wr 'i ANT WOOD. I.KONtA, itlDUl..
u numbr of to r.nn.y nurklncmrn'ii
nnmx t MudMin llolchtr. .Sw Jrrry.
ilii.f j.rlcn ur? rfcocnliea n uiiiiamllcl'd
luriclin t,y iho.c who hav u.p,-ird ih.
rrop-rtl-r. All Ithln n tlv,. cent fare zone
Tltlrn Kuammeeil. l.lherm terin. Tor
.'.r. '"formation Jilrf nilNJ. D.
IIAIU1IT. Slifflal D'puly riupt of Hunlo.
ar of Hankliii; Dept.. fl Hrokily. New
York City.
SAFETY FIRST INVESTORS
re Kulde.l by tli.i experience of Iment
u'i' i',.,,?r,''.r,.,"'r "I'ei-lill'tH In
..n7'ih"W'' TM." '"""nce In lierKn
an.l Ho, klan.l Ci.utulf.. un.l our Hilar
lltltee.l mortgiigea are u "afety.llrrt In.
ve.iiii.-nt.'- Writ- for booklet K.
North Jersey Title Insurance Co..
IIAI'KK.NxACk. N, ,.
" lork Itrp.-iiirnn k I'trter.On wH St
CRAFTSMAN BUNGALOW,
rltuatid In tho country near New York- ,i
nnuro of til" most artl'.li; rnnevptlnn. every
known improvement enino..-,i. in uiy t '
tnbl1tii.,l ,iti,l ' ..
!h"l,l"i f"r dl,crlriilriHtliiK pV.ipe at
terms larr. pi, v""""t" "u,ne- "5i
THi: NL'TLKV COM PAW
Went .Nlltley. N. J, Vonwurt, H,lK,. y, y
Hever Chambers
II 13 East 65th St.
at 5th Avenue
M New UltiR. Now Heady
2-3 Rooms-Bath
Hents ji.otw to $2,000.
Maul Service Inclu
ded. MpmIc tttt lrt at
uiwur s 7 (x-rps. mill, jj,2
DouglasLElliman&Co.
414 MaJlton A(t., of 4Sth St.
Til Murray Hill 5600.
ROOMS AND BATH
AND KITCHENETTE,
$60 to $77.50
2
Furnished, $20 extra
WOOLSEY
141 Kail 4 ttli M.
Patlfsctory reference atnute,y m!.
pi-u.iblc. Hunting Aitent on l'renilneii,
Apurtmenti can be infii cvenlnKa.
MIMi HINT., Ill) Heat 4(llli Nt.
HUNTING IN THK COlfNTRT.
Uurlio Htono haH lenseii for K, A. JIo
rangu his reslileneo In HaKamoro for u
term of yeain to J. Fletcher Farrell,
treasurer of the Hlnelalr Oil anil Ilotln
lnic t'ompnny. Junllne, Hill & Munloek
Hro planning u new reslileneo in Saga
more for Mr. Moralise. It will bo roni
pleteil ami teaily for oecupam-y next
summer. Mr. Stone has also leased for
A. V. Uawreneo tho relilnnro on lliuh
street, Tiu-kahoe, to Joueph l'ustorella of
Cameron place.
nltOKKH IN ki:ck.t DUAL,
K. K. Van Winkle was associated with
IVaeu & lllllmnn In tliei rental of i0
West KlRhty-tinvfntli street for tho Illl.
lings Kstutn Corporation to ltlclutnl l.
Nol.tn.
to mvi: in nkw iinoiii:i,i,n.
The I.yncroft ltealty Cmiipany has
solil IhrotiKll ! J. D'Coiinnr " reeililenee
on plot tnuxl69 at l.Mioroft. New ftn.
chulle, to Kmlly II. lMlly for occupancy:
also huIJ through thu vamn broker u
UwellliiaT on plot 100x1(19 nt Lyncroft to
Allc I. Hudson for occupancy.
Aurtlnn'r '
BEAT, ESTATE FOR. SALE-QUEENS.
UnMr CEBIT rpC!f INVESTIGATE THIS
nUmLoLCALKO I WONDliRFUL OFFER
25 MINUTES FROM MANHATTAN OR BROOKLYN
$250 Cash
BALANCE
$18 PER MONTH
BUYS.
THIS HOUSE
with i.Aitr.i: 1'i.or or conn i tn
FOR FLOWER C14HOF..N. I'OtH.TItl MI M lll'.l WILI S.
Ilmte Is well built, 7 risiia ami bath, nil lixlit nml airy iritr.i l.irirn llilnir room),
water, electricity, laruo heatli'H ilant, etc.! full rtmcreta cill.ir, i.vlous Hn-hes, few
minutes from station and trolley at
BEAUTIFUL JAMAICA PARK
4TI1 WARD NEW YORK 'l I V llOltttl'dll OF Ul'EENH
Within r, rent furn rone.
An Ideal suburban community with rlty luiiiriiement. ulirni jnu ran enjoy the
real comforts and own your honie fur !( Money than yon nv rent In riinm-iteil tortlon.
of the city. Hehnol.. stores, chiireh of all flrnnniln.itlnnH
THINK OF IT! Zi .MINUII.S FROM VIM l( WOltK.
$250 DOWN
PERFECT TITLE ;iW4NTI.M
A few choice lots In this lrlnlty for sale nt inmlrr.ite prices, lery ray terras; city
water, electricity and sidewalks. Perfect tit lo. Mnnny to Imllil ir nrrilcii.
Call or write for freo tickets to I in -i ltr.it".
HOUSE DEPT.,
Tel. tireeUy 1700.
NASSAU HAVEN
The Garden Suburb 9 At Hyde Park, L. I.
FIRST OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC
We have been requested by a prominent New Yirk Stnte Trust Co.
to develop and sell its large holding near the Knilroad St ition at Hyde
Park. L. I.
We have been glad to. undertake this because tiie property Is Ideal
for the man of moderate income, who iiuit kivp hi total investment
for house and plot under fS.ooo.
We intend to make this the most attractive, artist!,- and desirable
offering for this man that am be found in Long Mind. Our purpose is
summed up in this motto:
"Fit (or tiie millionaire but within the mean-, nf million1-."
Our opening prices are about one-halt the amount kl In some
other sections that are no more valuable, and we offer id ,' discount to the
first thirty buyers, with additional discount for cash and building.
If desired, we will accept Sio down and V r a month for any plot.
The property is within a few yards of the Hde l'.irk Station on the
main line, within thirty-two minutes of the IVnu. Station. N. Y. City.
A tine collection of fruit trevs. berry bushes, plants, vines and shrubs
given without charge to every buer.
A small payment down will purchase any one of six beautiful two
story houses to be built for Spring occupancy at prices ranging from $3,500
to 5,000. Call or write.
ROBERT E. FARLEY ORGANIZATION
(Nassau Haven Booth)
Country Life Exposition, Grand Central Terminal
Telephone, 7720 Murray Hill
LONO INLAND REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
enmo
J Beautiful Floral Park, L. I.
rfUy to raoie In now. !
I rU, uw Matlon. t'lr-trii'lfe, lrolly
$500 CASH & $20 MONTHLY, t
W H.nilOWN. nil Klt()iih Am-.. H'klyn.
forest Rills Gardens
"A Fortvr'l Movement In
.uburbiiii Detelopiiient "
15 Mlnutei from 1',-nn sratlen
lloimeit and Mllu I'IiiIm I'fir s.le.
&AUE I'UUNUATIUN HOMLS CO.,
41 W. :11th M., or lore.! Hills, I.. I.
Send for lluoklti .-j.
OVERLOOKING OCEAN I
New semi Inrntruliitv, tlx rtiom unii ta(h j
flfctrlcltj, hut i-r heat, larjro
fhruiilx-n, r-lilew.ilK. IjIJ, ftu tntiuit it'
tMihlitt: v,ir V) minim from It- nwi r
inut Iiavf f 4 ' v rch itt oruf "in. i in iith y
l-HjiiuiiK. 11, UWNIIII, .IJ W 3th M.,
N V iMiy.
BEAUTIFUL MODERN HOME
lit room, 2 Willi. lurt; ui'ui Mrvln m
i-oinli eiu-lo,'l tor' h. cftf, i lect. r.,i n'tter
Ki laltt't shuili-tl plot .itiiili1.tli i of
Hhriinr-ery, tvomterful view of l.onir ttnn
Sound 3' mlniiiie tt.i 4i In retrlcteil atue
L.ithliiK Pei li, cluMifiiiK-. pier tuul sum n
only 11 nilnuteH mit, xrtuteNt burii.iln !
the te.ir. 1'iit teimi' run ! arrHniTi'ii II
STKl'lir.NSHN. J3 W. 34th .-it,, N V
AltTISTIi' S room t unir.ilitn nhli i-. n
nei-tlllK tiHlll to h l.'iri;e liettrootio. tltllilKtl
In Al tle. hardwood tlnlh, m-eii tup, ir.t
brick fireplace, ileaiii heat una ttiy iii-hI
ern eonvenllice, UrKe pori-li, Ikttn lie, v.f I
In unil nottert; nlfi locuttitn. not fur fi,un
Wdter, HChooU Hint trollty; 1300 ennh utul
erik iiuoitlilv iitineiitn or trriim to utt
purehseer, ulll deenrt locult t IlltY.V.N'
boit I3i Sun utile.
nilRAIiWIN.NKHS .DnfKAPi:r Sprrlal
nuhurtian barRnlne, ahore hihI In'inil. tie
crlbe onr Nttuitr: fill location und price
tilthln rlty limit bml furtlur. ncru?o
lots linprovcit, tinlmprot-eit, for .i!e utn lot
rent. IlKltllKUT WILLIAMS, S S Mm- '
tin tt mi Ae., llnickl) n.
$17.50 PER MONTH
Huyn my srtUttc htiiiK'ito'v: Z roniiit, hnth
nil inoilru Improveinenta! full cellnr. lirut.
ninuliijr wuter. kii, eleetileltr, Imite plot
nur atatlon tktMr ltu olitKloti, nuiM bi
boIiI at once; iinnll nrt i-iyntent (SItLA'l
IIAHCAIN, bo 133 Sun oltlce.
IM A MONTH lolls fine. weP tc-Mtr l
fhicki n farm. J tie tin pi i.-e for p-irt in
iimke a nli-e 1 1 v 1 1 1 te . nlililn i-.i.j iimhuci --f
city, irooil limieii unii enmiirh uiihl for puui
tr- .inn wKttitnioM i uriiier inioruitni'iii
write I'Alt.M. ho IU Sun ntlli e.
rou low cost iiitiii-mtAiir. wnisa.
LOWS AM) IIOMi: lll'M.III.N'll PLOTS
VISIT llllAl'Tirfl. HltltillTW vti:ii
Hooiii.UT i on Hi:gt:i:sr t. it Afur.u
SON fO . 1 WHST JITII ST ,NT.W VOIIK
REAL KSTATK FOIt SAI.R lL'RI'.NH.
BKB THE NKW MOITSKH AT
Krm (5arrn5
11 mlnutaa from Herald 8a.
mil st.s i nit iiKSr.
OWlNl'i TO A lU'ATll HI On- f.lllll i (i
ver) lmuiloiiil fiiinPln-il foui m rs re
ilenc.t on tho noilltl.lnl i-nllii'l nf et LnO
Avenue mill s s h street ' oinp etc in nil
jnntl,rn iiinteiileiii-et le in ri'iit tor the
it Inter or Innjrcr If reiiulreil
III.ANIIV, MOONT.V H SIIII'MXN.
37 Wall Mriet, N- York
vt itNisiiKi) itoiiMs to i.i:t.
no tiitmiNn avi: iiiiooklyn to
reoina Hint kitchenette; h II -itnvenlm f
TO HI 11.11 YON'KllltS I " 1 1 1 , 1 . 1 .M . .
rieiiiKO llnwe Iiiih mlil tin' pi 1 lhe.i
coiner of H.tyley uMiuie mul 11 llt-Milein
avenue. Lnwiencn I'roperty, Yonki'in, tu
J. A. lllonlun. The huyer will lnillil al
home on tho property for his occupancy.
3
I BEAT. ESTATE FOR SAl.K dtlKENSl
BALANCE 518 PER MONTH
IIKfsi; A IK1MR CO.,
113 West nitti Kirret, Ncn lnrk rlty.
VI.-
III l 1 It l(i:l. ESTATE
line s.ll.l
To prevorvp '
Ivaiit'fu! pn'k -i .
uon, tho Ci' of
Now York h.o re
strictct! Fieldston
n liigh tl: s rr -
il C ' f I ,1 I lit '
upnciu oi '..
Atlrdrllle I'loH.
' eml for lett s,"
' DEHFIELD ESTATE
' Til Sli Jollll
Fieldston
n c i;nit snti:i r
This Bunoalow on Mahopac
Point, Lake Mahopnc
I'nr jilo al ( hi un l..it leriiM.
Pi rinanrnt ,ii,-r Itiirlitin -i Ibtiit Mitrliu
Hllltl.N I IIMMI MM. IIISUM ,
riuiti'lfr lpll i-f 111 . I iiri mi.' j,-iv ,jf
I'mprrij M.ill.
Mahopac Point Corporation
11,-pt 111 !l 52,1 .
I'Iiuiiii 'I'll iii M&'t mj.i -.pure.
III.M l.sI'MI I 1KIS.
LARCHMONT, N. Y.
Thursday Nov. 9tli at 3 P. M.
vr PUBLIC AUCTION
Mil In, ul ri-.i-rie lii lili-lii'l l.l.liler.
1 1 iiiiiim Minn its ii- hi
II V I I I.I Nil I M IN s IIOMI,, Willi
i .1 r i -v . I iirln-r
Ibi.t.ml i- un Ill ii V ni.e liloi-k
nir II i I i le i
calc i n pre nises, rain or shine
I i l i hi.
Am lloni i r, II! S.i. -.mi M N, .
TO I.KT llllt III 'INI s 'UII'llil:s.
-
All Light Lofts
38-44 WEST 2 1 ST ST.
p; vttim in n niNt. n;!it
lllll HpltlNltl I It MSII.I,
I lilt lllllllll.tllll In lllokl'l
.
,
IIIKIN III l I -I I I. I lilt -Al l"..
l AcrouN situs.
IIiivp M-vctnl tliiufi' pints witi
anil without Milmi:- Unit wc cut
soil nt luii'i.'nin piit-i's,
.1. Cl.AliKN't K DAVIKS.
1 tilth SlM'i-t in 'I Thinl Asciiup.
Ill l l-MII
V .
I "KTL Jkl
I
1- 'ill ,il.i ji il"
BRYAN L. KENNELLY
Kvt.itc IJruKsr ApiiraUor A-Aiiclini,t
ICC Hrwdny T!?p)ioir Ul7 CuiiLuw

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