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WAII-ST, Siß-STATION.
WILLCOX ON F.'o. NEEDS.
Confers icjth Wynne -Three More
I Sub-stations Neccssan;.
postmaster' General Wynne arrived in th«» city
jr-trniay a»d mrt Postmaster Wlllcox at the Wal
dorf. *hor" tkej spirit tlio day discussing th*
•*coininrn«ations made hy Postmaster' WHlcox to
General Vynne on February 1. ' ?:•
' On a/ecent vi*it here the Postmaster General
„a - r,i -ii.it the postal authorities. Including him
self, tw. prepared to Indorse all of the. recom
mwi'*' 0"*0 "* of Postmaster Willcox po long as they
did •or conflict with -lie ru!^s of ' the l'ostofflce
"p^rartment. He proposed to strain ■ point In'ap
■ pa-tinning to New-Vcik more than the regular a -
I^an^e c.-. that Postmaster Willeox eoaM effect as
riany cf his platis as possible. -
The recommendations alt Postmaster vVillccx wore
contained in a letter or February 1 to the Post
ir.aMer General. He advised the establishment of
four new branch pqitosEeeg ■ pug in the Wall-st.
<;...:■ • one near Times Square, one near 140tfc-ili
and Sth-ave. *r.<] another near West Farms.
The postmaster lh»«wM the needs of. th"?/: an.;
other ftatior.s ■ . far as extra clerks and carriers
«re concerned. Forty-six additional carrier* and
forty-four aJiitional clerks f-houM be distributed
r« soon as po#«it»le among the various Matlcns.
Ever with th^ allowance of these clerks and nr-
T'rrp, Postmaster WJlicox ■ declares, it is impos
»;Wp si times '" give the service t*::it the people
of thV.Hty hay* a richt to rNI,«».-i.r Nl ,«».-i. At the bejrin
rinp of the month, •when the mall is much heavier,
coring to statepif-nts. hills . :.'l other matter which
«re frit out at that tiro*, it. is imporsiblo to give
the raaio service for three or four days that can
to "given during th" re*l "f the month.
There are always 'substitute carriers in every
»taticn. ar.d it sh<»t:l<l !>•• possible. 'in 'llm«s "of
#tnenrr<cy. to ?*nd out ctra m«n to assist in do
ing tbe -additional WortL Thn" only way this can
frr don-*. th» postmaster says, la by having a cer
tstn amount of auxiliary i»ion<*y on hand, so th.it
fjch additional help can be e:nj»loyed. .He has
made a careful Investigation of. this feature of, the
*erri.-«\ and be inclosed In his letter the recom
ri«n<i3*!on '"<f tl»» city superintendent^ which names
$.\JSO ss a proper aniount to be s?t aside for this
*erv)<"* f" r mr r*r»i£!nder of tha fiscal year: He
thinks it possible thai it would be unnecessary to
rxprna -the whole I , nmouiit.^ ■■'. .» . :
An taiin*d!ia'«" extension, of ib» pneumatic tube
tervire in this <-l«y. . cays. i -I- postmaster, Is an
absolute necessity to pive to the patrons of the
pf*tofiice a proper . delivery of mails and.to give
'tis office t ' 1 ° proper mean* of. handling the enor
(ooag anVJiit of nviil matter comiii? here. Not
jjnly ehonM all th* branch poatofiicea In this city
r* 'connected with f.-irh other and with the gen
«-rnl postofflc^ but this Vysteni should include th«
fofelyri tt-ancK nt -.• •.■•■ st . mil the other branch
in Manhattan mnietKjed In the cam-
I Postmaster \\ •t\r'\ nays that, although the r<- - s
,, . fefgion «-f «'on?ri > ss is n«=nr its close, he trusts
Uv.t the amendment of Senator ForakVf. auth"r
i/.ir.s the Pf*tmaster General to enter, Into addi
ij'-r.al ntrMrUs for pneumatic tube service, will
l.e<-r*Tn<- a law. He .1- • thinks that th» appropria
tion bill for the postal t ; ervlc« shr.uld carry
at) appropiiat'cn Rlci«n< to enable the lmra«d«ate
. .■,..,.. in this city of the pneumatic tube
Forvi<~e heretofore mv nded, and th« making
!ef n^w roritracls for additional service.
FrnWAY FOB TRANSMISSION OF MA11.9.
Preliminary uegioUafJona have already been un
o*itaken for a contract with the subway, looking
in th«- use of the road for the delivery of mall; and
th* postmaster believe* that some arrangement
Fhonld be made so that the mails, so far as prac
ticable, can b 1 - carried on the express trains of the
runway. It is entirely practicable that a spur of
the subway should be built from the City Hall
Btatlon. extending under the Postofflee. and then
ronnerrtng with the main line In Broadway, so
that cars for the carrying of the mails could he
easily (patched and unloaded at the general of
fice
The receipts from sub-station offices have Justi
fy their establishment, say? Postmaster Jllcox.
eni he believes that a further extension of this
tfgjuem would meet ■ great popular >;tnt. He rec-
Mli that authority be given for "the estab
llfhicent of at least one hundred more sub-stations.
Postmaster Willeox says that the salaries paid to
it letter carriers in this city and to mont of the
clerks employed in the fostoffl"-^ are no larger than
paii twenty years agr», and n nm cases executive
officers receive, a less salary than obtained th»>n.
He recommends that careful consideration be piven
to salaries cf letter carriers and postal clerks. Bet
ter service could be obtained, he says, if these sal
aries were readjusted and proper Increases made.
Data snowing the extra expanse involved in carry-
Ing out these recommendations were inclosed in the
Mtei f.f the Postmaster. Me states that the amount
is not larae, ntifttderinc that the profits of the
Kew-York Postoroce In the last fiscal year amount
ed' to nearly 000.000. * ■
PoftmaFter Willcox estimate* the cost of the ex
tra clerks and carriers at $I<\-»4S and the total ex
p<-ns«> ne^fssary for the four additional branch
postofficf-s at tiVi.'W.
When seen by a Tribune reporter at the al
do-f-Ai-teria last night, the Postmaster General
h^-inrd pleased with' the result of his conference
with Postmaster Willcox. He said that the latter
had exhibited ■ knowledge of the service not often
found. tbOK-ln? that he had carefully stndi«»d the
bltcation and that iv> was a man with a mind
trained Intuitively to know what ought to be
af.ked for Pome of his requests; he thought, might
, I* suhjf-rt to argument, as to the propriety of
\h*m and of their fulfilment, but if Congress should
Vpisl&tp tlr' amount « f money asked for he had no
doubt, he =aid. that most of the requests of Post
master Willcox would be granted.
Tho total appropriation by the government for
ail expenses for the United States," said the Post
jnaster General, "is USO.OW.OOO. My total estimate
for a.ll rents was $2.£00,0(K>. I asked for an increase
of jii,M»«i Th'-J pave me $50,000, so that out of that
I *hall have to provide rentals for all stations in
<.i\\ff of \Yi* first and second class. The total of
tlff'.WV'in fir the whole country is so large that
•very dollar has an Importance to Congressmen. It
is the duty cf 'ongress to keep the appropriations
within the limit hence every Item is scrutinized,
fio. «he n I ask for IluO/flO and get fM.OM. I think I
«m dointr pretty well."
The Postmaster General went on to say that he
«vj!<J r^nt ions in New-York, uptown, for from
r..or*j ti f>.«'r» a year, until he came to Wall-st.
sad tb*r«? ii« would have to pay at the rate or
''tout >4 a square foot. It would take from $30,000
to 149,400 for the Wa!l-?t. office which he was ro-
to eh* New- York, «nd thai would leave only
IM.»«) to JJ'xrui for all ih«» rest of the United States.
H» «iir] it «-a 9 settl-d that Wall-st. was to have
* station if the bill passed. and that one at Times
Squart- would be contingent on the additional ap
propriation of $»>«■*» bHn>; allowed. The Wall
«. office, he said, would not conflict with the
••n«! now at the Produce Exchange, but there had
"^n a sucgestion that the new Custom House be
rvjfpij so as to ae<-ommodate a station there.
Postmaster General ffjime will be the Rue.st at
iwhfnii to-day of Wilbur I" Wakeinan and a
party of friend*' at the Merchants' Central <"lub. at
J*oome-*!t. and Broadway. « 'overs will be laid for
*».»!•.» ri^rson.'- Chart** a Moore. Colonel A. G.
f. II [yes A D. JuilUard. Colonel W.
iSark'r. j p. Hltchi-ocjt and A .1 Cordier will be
amon; t h'- gtir-sts. .'
SAYS ALL BREAK SPEED LAW.
President Scarritt in Annual Report Gives
Result of Timing Horse*.
T fce Automobile dub hao published " the annual
Import of its L-aeidewt. Winthrop E. s.-jirrn;. Af
ter recnnntjnc •otne of the work done in protecting
lu< -- risfati <,f imnobtHste. it tells the results of
*>»•• »atch placed on ; m Kin In Central Pork and
Clverßiai Driv* which grew out of the numerous
Bxjwtj: arrests of automoMlista. Tiic <i:i:.< thus
»ljtiine<J is summarized as follows:
. ■"•»tal number of horse drawn vehicle* timed. 43":
r'gi.<Ki r &.t. of speed. 2SJ miles an - hour: lowest
ra,^ of ij.,,.,.,1 kg ••iik*' an j jOUr ; average. rate of
'!"-o. :t;s mil's an hour.
The exceedingly j : | K ij ra te of spr-ed of :::. Was
a o:.« horse runabout. '!i.< n were also sevei al
o;W runaltoutK v.hich ran »i a speed of. from
Hthteen lo nineteen miles an hour. These were
» the morning i.'<ur^. », iiew horsemen wore m;-
Madly trying out their trotters.
During tj)*; came period 106 automobiles were.
'"■ed over the same' courses, showing an average
f»t» of 7 K.<d of M.C mil«s :.n hour, the highest
•*'»* 21.42 miles in hour, and the lowest 8.53 miles
<-»'jtre ;i.«i .•'• i i,n f., . ♦}< may be g'ea .< '1 .'in this
report: •
P i!' :rM — That every one of the 437 drawn vehi
«.. • - »*■!! :, s t'i/. jiutom«bil»«s, was travelling
■ZSIS" f 'he ««al *<P<^<l »mit.
Tlint Urn ;i \«i.ik'.- iiit. of cpeed travelled
t.** VISA Jiiiles :m ii X„K „i r whldi rate Js more than
%•.".' "*"t In 'x<-- st -■: th-> 1 r*l 'limit.
«ijird-Xo nrnfts i-,; drir^rs of Imrf drifnr vehi
,, ► */>i« vn:,rt( . <-t.ov. iiic tli.-it. mi fnr us applied
•. «• ncr.*'.rr«-n. the l uw [„ a d^ad letter. ..'. f " <:
* r"r "' viv 'i of urtMnawtttsta w»*re of dally occurrence.
7^ !. ■'•Iti.uujh the average speed of . the horse
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GAYNOR RAPS APPELLATE JUDGES.
"Useless and Turgid Matter Cumbers Deci
sions. He Says.
Justice Gaynor, who was criticised In nn opinion
handed down by the Appellate Division last week,
fpf-ms to havf had his Innings yesterday, when In a
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"Much useless and turgid matter has to he
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in the decision Justice Gaynor Bet aside a con
veyance of real fptate valued at IWiW, which ha.l
been mr.de by Edward P. Day, an age,] man. to
Frederick C Day, bis son. Ex-Borough President
Swanstrom, committee lor tiie rotate, of the old
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i:i>'i!i the old man. The conveyance was set aside
because, according t" Justice Gaynor, the young
man hud not shown affirmatively that he had not
used undue Influence. Justice Gaynor at the samn
lime refused to set asidt- :i mortgage that had been
made after the conveyance, on the ground that it
had been entered into by the Title Guarantee and
Trust ('ompany in faith.
Justice Uarean, late ir, the afternoon, took the
]if;irlng Into the sanity of ihe ••!rler Mr. iiay out
'■t' the hands of the sheriffs Jury, before whom
it v.Hs to be held, and decided to allow Dr. William
Murray Butler and Edward H. Hobbs. the special
commissioners, decide tr^- question after taking
tcctitnonj .
PERMIT FOR PRUSSIAN COMPANY.
Albany, Feb. X— Francis Hendrlck*. Superintend
ent of Insurance, to-day granted permission to the
Prussian I>ife Insurance Company, of Berlin, to
transact business in this State, It has deposited
with the. New-York State Insurance Department
$309,000. c. F. Bturhahn. of New-York City, is
United States manager, ami W. H. Buckley, of Al
bany, is attorney. This la the first Prussian life in
ranee company admitted to do business in New-
York State since the exclusion of American com-
VAries from Prussia.
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JUDGMENT FOR $7,763 SATISFIED.
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A judgment ■ HRalnsc Charles F. McKenna for
$7,703, obtained by the Knickerbocker Trust Com
pans yesterday, v.-.-us immediately satisfied.
QUICK RESALE OF BLOCK.
Parcels, Once Owned hij Manhattan
Raihi-an Co., To Be Improved.
The Hudson Realty Company mid Walter J. Conn
yesterday completed the resale of the block bound
ed by CCth and 07th sts., 2d and 3d ayes., with the
resale of the block front on the west Bide of 2d-ave.,
fr^m Mth to 57tli st. 200.10x100 feet. Ahram L.
I,ihman and William C. Horowitz are the buyers.
Tl.' will Improve the block front with fiathouses.
The block was recently bought from the Manhat
tan Railway Company.
DEALS INVOLVING $1,500,000.
The Berman Realty Company Iws made a number
of deals, involving about $1,500,000.
it has sold for Welnsteln Brothers three six
story apartment bduaes, with .stores. No. 1.602 to
1.610 MridiKOii-ave.., each 3KxllO feet, to the Unique
Realty Company; The buyer gives In part payment
the block front on Ihe east side >>( Amsterclam
;.-.,... between 135 th ami IWtn sts., together with six
1 Th'" B"rrn.Tr: company has also resold the north
east corner of 1351 h : Mt. and Amßterdam-ave.. and
the in-ide lot- in 135 th and IKtll sts. It has also re
fold the Madipon-ave. house* for Hie Unique Realty
Company. *_
PARISH HOUSE TO COST $25,000.
Finns have been filed with Building* Superin
tendent Hoppei for a. four story parish house, to
bs erected for the Roman Catholic Church of the
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE; SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1905.
Holy Name, of whi<^h the Rev. John .1. Kean tr.
rector, In Wth-Bt.. in the rear of the church and
adjoining the site of the new parochial school at
the southwest corner of Amsterdam-aye, and 9,ti.-
B \ v is to have a frontage of 2o feet, with a
facade of brick, trimmrd with limestone. In ad
dition to living quarters it will have a Übraxy.
Tne r nst is estimated at $2r>.(Kf> by th-? architects.
EUlot Lynch and W. H. Orchard.
MARKET FOUND FOR UPTOWN PLOT.
Tho Randolph-Backer Company and Joseph Man
d^lkern have sold for Joshuo Bilverstein to Leonard
Weil ten and three-fifth lots on the north side ot
l^d-st. UM feet east of Broadway. The lots are
to he excavated and resold for improvement.
The, Randolph-Backer Company has sola for a,
client to Arnstein & Levy two lots on the south
•=id» of I39th-Bt., 100 feet west, of Amsterdam-aye.
CHOICE DWELLING HOUSE SOLD.
Frederick Zittel has sold for a client to a Mr.
Kraft for occupancy No. 249 West 70th-st.. a thre
story brownstohe front dwelling house, 19.5xl'VUl
feet,
REALTY NOTES.
The project to acquire most of the small tri
angular block, bounded by William and Liberty
sts. and Maiden l,ane. ns a site of nn inpnrancc
skyscraper building, is said to have been aban
doned. .
Michael ••olomMii is the buyer of the nortnwest
corner of centre and Pearl sts.. sold recently.
Andrew C Zai.riskie is the buyer <>f No. 4 \\ est
66th-Bt. He owns No. 2 West 56th-st. and the
abutting hou?e, No. 71« oth-ave.

W. E. FINN BUYS THE OAKDALE.
W. R. H. Martin brfa rfsoUJ the Oakdal<\ a seven
story apartment hous.-. Nos. 36 and 3S West ISth-st.
It is on a plot 50x98.9 tttt. William B. Finn is tho
buyer.
TRANSACTIONS IN REALTY.
1.. Kramer has s->ld for I. Blumenkrohn No. 127
West 152d-st., a five story flathouse, 26x100 feet.
I. Kuhn hus sold for P\ M. Burke No. W to 41f>
T'-iy; 106th-ct. to -f K. Murphy.
Hall J. How <£• <o. and the Ruland & Whiting
Oompany have soM for Caroline Xit »<»r and other
persons three lots on the wesl side of Amsterdam
av« :'! feet south of ISth-st.
The Cohn-Baer-Myers-Aronson Company has
bought from Francis Cook Nos. 151 and 153 Weal
62d-st., two five story fiathouses on plot E0x100.3
feet. The same company has also bought from
August Brann. Jr., the lot, 2JxHX> feet, on the west
sido of Bth-ave.. 75 feet north of 154th-«t.. and from
Reynolds & Co. the plot. IOUXS.II feet on the north
side of 139th-st., MW feet cast of Broadway. John
K. and Oscar L. Poles were the brokers. It baa
sold to tin: Roosevelt Realty Company a plot low:;
100 feet, at i!.- southwest corner of 15-lth-st. and
6tli-av€>.
Prnncis B. Roberts and James J. EEtchingham
l,.vv«- sold for John Hartgen to I'otter .t Uro.
No. G5 West 38th-sti, :» four story and basement
brownstone front dwelling, on lot 18.5x98.9 feot.
The parcel Is lit) feet east of tth-ave.
John P. Huggina has sold the block front on the
north side of 15»th-st.. between Amsterdam anil
St. Nicholas ayes., a plot 15!.5x101.7x165.9x59.11 feet,
to Jackson & Stern. There are three frame dwell
inK houses on the- plot. Mr. litigious has owned i;
sim <■ 1885.
Thornton F. Gregc has sold the plot, 50x59.1l feet,
on the south side of 139th-st.. 137.6 feel east of
Rive raid* Drive.
Joseph Mandelkern has sold for I. M. Berinstein
to a builder the plot 10Sx86 feet at the southwest
corner of Convent-aye and lolrt-st. The buyer
will build a six story elevator apartment house on
the site.
Max S. A. Wilson has sold Nos. 5 and 7 West
13"th-st.. two new six story finthouses. on plot 70x
99.11 feet, adjoining the northwest corner of 6th
ave. • '•'''■ *'•■'' • •
Max Marx has bought, through Hall .1. How &
Co from Anna Fellman, the plot 50x310 feet on the
cast side of Sherman-Jive., running through to Post
ave , ''■• feet north of Dyckma*i-st.
Th«» State Realty and Mortgage Company has
sold to William T. Hookey three lota on the west
Bide of ProsDeot-ave.' 25 feet south of 156th-f«t.
James 1.. I.ibhy has sold for Mary Ketcham a
plot. 75x163 feet, on Morrls-ave.. running through
to Walton -a about 195 fe«t south of Fordham
Road; also, In conjunction with Ranald 11. Mac
donald & Co.. for Louis Eirkworth, th« plot. 50x1.0
feet, on Morris-nve., running through to W alton
nve. IK feet south of Fordham Road.
Thomas & Son hay* sold for I.owenfeM & Prage.
the plot .Vi\ll2.K feet, on the south side of West
l»>>tli-st ."ftO ff-et east of Amsterdani-av». They
have also resold for It W. Wood to Jaffe A Zatu
j.,. . the dv« story filament house No. 616 West
l«ist-et.. or. I"' 25x»>.lJ feet.
Daniel B. dman has bought from the Cornell
Real Estate.
$57,805,000
in First Mortgages
on New York City Real Estate
sold to investors by this company
in 1004
No loss of interest by delay
Best market for invrstors and borrowers
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CAPITAL and $B,2sajoa
surplus $H,£uy,UyU
City Property for Sale.
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They are everything; that la MODERN and
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LARGE TOP FLOOR IN
METBOPOLiTA^ REALTY BUILDING
-VOW I>ED FOR PHOTO- T/^ I C T
GRAPHING AND PRINTING. \\J Ltl I .
RULAND & WHITING CO.. 5 BeekmanSt.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
DESIRABLE APARTMENT, 10 rooms and 2 bathrooms,
to let in fireproof apartment boos*; owner! resident;
rent. ?2.(«»» per year.
Apply to janitor. 12 West ISth-st.
-1 -I f|TH-ST.. 21 2B EAST.-Steam heated; five and Mx
JL JLU roo.ns; near subway station.
1— — I |!»"J EAST 31 ST-PT.— Elegant apartment. 6
L<_) I "-I.UJL rooms and bath: every Improvement: ft\
Brooklyn Property for Sale.
ON THIS UILLS SKIRTING
PICTURESQUE FLUSHING BAT.
BEAUTIFUL EAST ELMHURST
HAXr-HOL'K FK<»I HERALD ■>•.;
Lots with every city improvement at $373 on
easy monthly payments. Will be worth 1.009
each within two years, on completion of Penn
sylvania tunnel and Blackwell's Island Bridge.
Colonial cottages ready to occupy on payment
of $400.
SEND A POSTAL CARD
FOR CIRCULAR AND VIEWS.
BANKERS' UM) A MORT«JAOE CO..
887 Mnnhattnn Ay.. Hrcoklyn.
EEST BARGAIN IN BROOKLYN.
For ,i first dan flweltlns; on th» best part of the Park
Slope, near Use main entrance to Prospect Park.' Don't
■wait for the. Subway, but buy now white. you can get this
exrelle.it Investment This property Is easily worth
JItUWO. Cost more; can now be purchased at only $14,500;
mortgage $10.000. at • r>r ' : three story and basement brown
str;iif. 12' rooms ami bath, hardwood trim and floors; all
modern Improvements; In excellent order.
LEONARD I'IUUJJX tu., 187 MONTAGtK BT.
Country Property for Sale.
FOR 30 YKARS WE HAVE SOLD
COUNTRY PROPERTY ONLY.
Catalog IMS to Intending buyers!
Owners, wishing to Mil. call or write!
riiiltips & Wells. 1103 Tribune Building. X. T.
BUY VOIK <«UNTRy HOI
direct from owner at rook bottom prices. Handsome, on
water, 9I&.000; another, $l. r t.i»)o. and one at $5,000; also
several fine building sites. All on I»ns Island Sound.
M. I*. HANUAM., Mo. .Vorwnlk. Conn.
BUOOMFiiM.L) N. .1. To obtain information l-erardin*
A3 this beautiful suburban town, situate a few miles
from Sew Ynrk «Ity. on two r;il!n»ii!«. write to W.
HIGOART Chairman of Subuii<an Homos «"ommlttef,
r!!ooinfl>>ld. N. J.. for booklet issued by the Board of Trade.
Rial Estate Wanted.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY FARMS
I ran •-.■!! | '.ii farm. Bend particular*. P. F. CHRIS
TOPHER, Yonkers Savings Bank Building, Yonk<*ra. N. Y.
OPPORTI'NITT for pr »M>rty owner*; we buy and sell
or traile: quick iWI for the rlßht man; write or call.
IB BRONX AND 'NXI'ALI-: Ha\LTY <>>.. 2.031
" " *
estate, through L. J. Phillips & <'.... No. w>4 6th
ave between 4.'.th ti<l 4tiih sts.. n four story build-
Ing.'on lot ins*:.' feet. He has sold, through Will
iam A White & Sons. No. 1C WilHam-st. between
Beekman and Ann sts.. m four story building, on lot
24xC2 feet. Also bought from the Merritt estate
the five story building No. 39 Vesey-st« ahoat lOrt
feet west of Church-st.. on lot :5xS3 feet. K. H.
l.udlow & Co., and Voorhees & Floyd were the
brokers.
W. K. & F. B. Taylor have sold for Douglas
Robinson. Charles S. ■ Brown A Co.. representing
the trustees of Columbia College, the fee of No. 42
West 4Sth-st. The price obtained was greater than
asked by Columbia College last June.
According to a report printed yesterday, th»
Columbia College leasehold No. *>» Hh-ave., a four
story dwelling house, on ■ lot 27.6x100 feet, has been
sold. It is owned by Sarah A. Scott.
Harry E. Zlttel has .sold for William R. Whltner
to Abraham H. Feuchtwanger Mo. 45 West 130th-st..
a four story dwelling house, on a lot 30x100 feet.
He has also sold for Edward Belvln No. 344 Kart
C9th-st.. a three story dwelling house, on a lot 16xV)
feet.
Daniel B. Freedmnn and E. Cliff Potter have
bought No*. 63 and 63 West 3*>th-st Mr. Potter i?
also the buyer of No. «1 West Sfith-«t
Leon S. Altmajer has sold for Emily Blm'-n»»n to
Simon Bernstein the five story flat house No. 4.1\
West Mth-?t. The purchaser will Improve th* build-
Bernard Smyth & Sons have gold to Joshua Sllver-
Winter Resorts.
XEW-JERSET.
The place to spend
LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY
is
CHALFONTE
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J
Come Friday. February the tenth and stay until
Tuesday the fourteenth
WRITE TO THH LEEDS COMPANY
for " Rates over Lincoln's Day."
FLORIOA.
Florida East Coast Hotel Company
SEASON 1904-3
FONCt DE LEON - • • Now Open HOTEL ALCAZAR "• . - Now Open
HOTEL ORMOND ... Now Open ROYAL POINCUN* - - . Now Open
HOTLL BREAKERS • V :. Now Open ROYAIPaLM ... Now Open
THE COLONIAL, Nassau, V P., No* Open ' •
Reservations of rooms, railway tickets, parlor and sleeping car space and reserTa
tlons on steamers to Nassau. Ke7 A Vest and Havana, may be secured by addressing or
calling at ;♦■ Ttrn avenue, new tork.
* - ISO ADAMS STREET. CHICAGO
THT enrTVTB'J MIAMI. FI-A. ah modern im
intj av\Jl.n.£J\,3s, provements. Good table and
•ervice. Reasonable. A. FORSELL.
THB VERONA TNN.
CLEARWATER. FLA.
On the Gulf Cc%st. Excellent hunting «nd Ashing.
Artesian water. C. W. JOSEPH. Prop.
SARNO HOTEL AND COTTAGLS
EAV GAI.I.IE. FLORIPA. Indian River.
Duck Shooting and Fishing- Booklet
POCANTICO LODGE.
OPEN THE YEAK KOIXD.
6uperbly located at Brlarcliff Mano;. N. T.. Putnam
Division N. T. Central Railroad, or Pleasantvllle. on
Harlem Branch.
Telephone 29 Briarcllff.
Send for free copy '-Brlarcllff Outlock." an Illustrated
magazine.
VIRGINIA.
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS
NEW-YORK OFFICE, 243 STH AYE.
Waters, baths. hotels and surroundings nowhere
equalled. Rheumatism, gout and nervous diseases cured-
Complete hydro therapeutic apparatus. New «un parlor.
Golf, livery- and outdoor pastimes. Compartment sleeper
leaves New York 4:55 P. M. Tuesdays. Thursdays and
Saturdays, and arrives Springs 8:30 A. M. Excursion
tickets at C. & O. office, SO2 Proadway. and offices Penn
sylvania R. R.
FRED STERRT. Manager. Hot Springs, Va.
HOTEL WARWICK, Newport News, Va.
"TTTST TAT? ' Cuisine and appointments tinex
•JUOJ. £J\lX celled. Courteous attention.
ENOTIGH SOUTH" Re»»on»ble rates. booMe t
ENOUGH SOUTH WrUe for tollht
COLT. I* B. MANVILLE. Supt.
PKINCESS ANNE HOTEL,
VIRGINIA BEACH. VA.
Most delirhtful spot on earth.
Golf. Hunting Automobillns. Booklet.
JAMES tf. GROVES. Prop.
NOKTH (AUOUNA.
Battery Park Hotel
ASHEVILLI, N. C.
Modern and high class In every particular. Recently
renovated and greatly Improved throughout. It is the
largest and best hotel in Asheville. and commands a mag
nificent panormna of mountain \le»s. Consumptives not
taken White for booklet. F. R. DARBT. Mgr.
KENILWORTH INN,
BILTMORE. near Aehevllle. N. O.
Dry Invigorating climate, adjoining Blltmore Estat*.
Magnificently furnished. Culslnt unsurpassed; orchestra.
golf, livery, bunting, nshing. Open all the year. Write
for booklet. EDGAR B. MOORE. Proprietor.
BOCTH CAROLINA.
iBI^^QRESIJIIi
StMM-ERVILLE. 8. C.
22 Miles from Charleston. —
Superbly constructed modern hotel
right among 1 the world famed healthful
pines.
Refined clientele, charming scenery.
Golf. Tennis. Hunting. Kldine. Driving.
Bowling-
FOR INTERESTING BOOKLET WRITE
Pine Forest Inn Co.. SummervUle. S. C.
CHARLESTON HOTEL,
Charleston. S. C.
Remodelled and entirely refurnished; every imowa
*«m^!TT^lnd convenience for Winter quests. No expense
ha? been spaced to make this th. Lading hotel of th*
CaroUnas. Under new management.
• " RIDDOCK AND' BTRXS. '
Country Board.
THRFF restful, comfortable moms in farmhouse, com
mutation .11»tan.-e; refcren.-es exchangerl Address
HOME t'OMFORT. Tribune Uptown Oflice : _J I jg4_H_wa>^
City Hotel*.
HOTEL GRENOBLE,
56th St. & 7th Aye:
OPPOSITE CARNEGIE HALL. NEW TOUR.
A SELECT FAMILY AND TRANSIENT HOTEL.
ROPEAN PJ.AN. -rates reasonable.
- R ° FRANK N. LORD. JR. Manager.
Also Proprietor DUTCHER HOUSE.
Pawling. New Tork. Opens May -a
feet'f^t of BroadVay. The same firm has also soft
to JoshUa Silversteln for Jackson & Stern, a plot
\t t» n lntß "65x99 11 feet, on the south side of 164 t
h? w t>et M3l of Broadway, giving the purchaser
oV;r Twe«!ty-one lots on this block, which were pur
chased through the firm. . ■ •
AUCTION SALES YESTERDAY.
Nx rarl^h. Fl*h*r. *—* * Co: 127 to "■ Bleeck-r
m M» lxt«K> twrv 7 stery and basement bk loft and .tore,
b!d«- Xew-Vork Uf* Insurance .■■.mpnny MtLJI Jon««
551 Andrew HamUton. nt.y. A X I^wr^nc.. nti amt
dc». Jli>l.n72 62; withdrawn.
• MANHATTAN BUILDING PLANS.
ISM st n *. 3«)«> ft w of Amst.rdam-ave; for a
Ms itory tenement hou«e; ***«; » > owner^
llSid'n * Stammen: architect. _ "•■■■■ ***
•jnTh'^i ,' 505 ft v of sVh-ave: for a six ■torr
*wT» hxsfT «""«-. I^wt. A Mitchell: erehl
tect Adolph Martin • •• ••■- 38.000
07th -it ■ » 605 ft w of Amsterdam tv»; for »
four story dwelling BOW*: 25x».«: owner. Holy
Nam* ParlKh; aivbltwta. Uynrh * Orchard... . ».000
' THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
Prospect-are, c ». 41 ft n of IRM-st. two story
frame attic and dwelling house. 20.3x19.0: Uicy
l're»!<n*r. „wn»r; Bmll Ctinsburirer. architect.. $2,C0)
l»ro*pect aye. c i. 41 ft n of 18*: at. 14 »tory
frame stable. 15.2x11.2: l.ucv lY«jn«r. owner:
Bmll Oln»buraer. architect ■ ax»
rroßpect-aye. w ■, 60 ft n of Tretnont- ave. three
story frame al»r* and dwelling, houa*. 44.^x44;
Becker Br<-*h«rs. owner*: Charles 8 Clark, arch
itect y. • 5.000
ftb-n'. » s. 155 ft ■ of Avenue i*. I'nloni-ort. twq
stm-y' frama dwelling house. 20x43: .X J Hern
hKrd, owner; Chrla loh<ie. arvh!t»«"t. 3.00«»
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS FILED.
l<V.th-»t. "n. •. I<V> ft' - of l"nl«n a-e. -troxino; the
T. i*i»* Title Insurance Comrany with WUK
lam TClf*-nhaii*' ■ , ...» *H>.
27th-su No 527 i- .V.'> «>«t. and 3fMh »» X->« »u>
«n.l X\S West: s»ral> M T«ern«t#!n wttti Abra
ham sSllbermlnts ....... 15 <W
i-r.th »i No* •'•■> ,in 1 V.2 TYe-t. Ptncu* t^-u#afe!d
and ethem with Abraham Stlfc*rrn»nt* a.aM
27th- st No X7T to ■KM Vest; Herat>«r<i May»r
« Ith Abraham 3llb?rmtntr. .. .' T." 09
Winter Resorts.
MW-JERSET.
noßiin
Hotel Dennis
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
The world's famous Winter and Spring resort
is most attractive and the climate never more
invigorating than at this season of the year.
HOTEL DENNIS is delightfully located
directly facing the Ocean and Boardwalk,
and offers an unobstructed view from all parts
of the house.
lor the convenience of the residents of
New \ ork and vicinity a personal representa
tiw of the Hotel Dennis will be at the Hol
land House. February 7th. Bth, <Hh and 10th,
with room plans. book Ms. rtc, in order that
he may meet prospective visitors to Atlantic
(ity. '
WALTER J. BLZBY.
THE Sf7 CHARLES^
Directly on the ocean front. Atlantic City. !». J.
Hot and .-old salt and fresh water In every bath.
Highest class patronage. Pure artesian water. Long dis
tance telephone in rooms. I'nexcelled cuisine. Golf
Room plan.?, rates, etc.. can be seen at 2S» Fourth A»«.
NEWLIX HAINE9.
GRAND ATLANTIC.
NEVER CLOSED.
Virginia Ate. and Bench. Atlantic Cltr. X. J.
Rnoms en suite with private baths. including hot
ami cold sea water Delightful sun parlors, steam
heated. Excellent tabie. Rates $2.30 pr day; $10
weekly.. Capacity, 700. Write for 1905 booklet Coach
meets trains. A. C. MITCHELL * CO.
Seaside House,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
On th» ocean front; every comfort. Including sea w»»«p
bcths. elevators, golf. etc. F. P. COOK * SON.
HADDON HALL.
Atlantic City, N. J.
Always cpen. Hot and cold sea water
baths. Long dt§tance telephone In everr
bedroom; golf Unas.
Write for illustrated literature.
LEEDS * UPPINCOTT.
HOTEL MORTON,
Virginia Aye.. rear Beach. Atlantic City, N. J. 'Jpea
all thj year. Fine Table. Suites, wtth private (Mtth.
handsomely refurnished. Perfect sanitary arrangements.
Elevator to all .loors. Special rate* iur Winter. Capacity
MRS. N. R. HAINES, Owner and Proprietor.
I galen hotel AND SANATORIUM j
I ATLANTIC CITY. Booklet.
I N. 1; F. I- YOUNG. Cener»l 'lame,., I
A. C. McClellan A Sow,
NEW HOTIX PIEHJUKPO.NT. f
New Jersey Aye. and Beach. Atlantic City. >". J.
Open all year. Salt water In ail baths. Special
winter rates. . ., _.
•VTOUNG'S HOTEL. .
YOUNG'S Atlantic City. N. J. „„
Atlantic City. N J.
. - EUROPEAN PLAN.
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF, directly on tne beach,
with unobstructed ocean view. Rooms en suit*, wit*,
private baths. Pure watar supplied from our own artesian
well. MR feet deep. WHITE SERVICE. CUISINE UN
EXCELLED. JAMES R. KEENAN.
MARLBOROUGH HOUSE,
ATLANTIC CITY, H J.
STONE. IRON AND SLATE CONSTRCTCTION.
Claims pre-eminence for Its location, constroctioa. cco
veniences and best New York Patronage
Capacity 600. Music all year. Golf.
| JOSIAII WHITE & SONS, proprietor*. ,
! THE PENNHURST. "~*^
Ocean and Michigan Are.. Atlantic City. X. J.
O". atcr to street leveL Special Winter Rates. Booklet.
. wji. R. HOOD.
HOTEL TEAYMOHE,
Atlantic City. N. J.
F'.«rn»in» open throughout the year. Every known oosb
fort and convenience. Coif privileges. Running water la
bedrooms.
TRATMORB HOTEL CO..
D. 8. WHITE. President.
HOTEL RUDOLF Atlantic *£•&£
iIUILL AU.UU.ur, OPEN ALL THE TEAR.
On the B»ch front. Orrheatra. Representative at New
Tcrk office. 2S» 4th-a.ve.. 10 to 3 daily. *Pht.n« «.»«■
Or»niercy , j CHARLES R. MTIRi. .
CHESTER INN New Turk \v« near Beach. Atlantic
City. N. J. Steam heat: elevator; rooms alncl* or
en i>ulte. with bath. Spc^al Spring rates.
Mrs. TV KNAt'sm.
The Lakewood Hotel,
1 ARE WOOD. >. J.
"The Ko!«l that mad* Lak*wood Famous. "
| NOW OP E N |
A wonderful climate- and a magnificent hotel: £rob*
ably the best equipped Winter hotel In the world. (Self
link*. Indoor lawn trnnla court, squash court. palat
fr&rden*. quarter of a mile of palm decked sun parlor*
and promenade. hydrotheraiwuttc m*t*rcur»i baths.
The sleepln; accommodations consist of 400 haad
>om«?ly furnished bedrooms. "m half en suit* with
private baths All with steam heat and open wood
fires. The cutslne and service equal those of the cali
brated restaurants of New York and Paris.
J. X. BERRT. j „
N. T. Office. 141 Fifth Ay. Telephone Mad. g%
Lakewood
Amenc the Plnea of >ew Jers«r. A f»,-ni-naM«
and healthful Far. Winter »a.l Sprtaj; Resort.
The Laurel House
Now Ov*»
A. J. MCr.rHV. VAN4OUL
The Laurel in the Pines
FRANK"**. Osea, M.IXAGBR.
TRANK I' 5.111TF. M.INAO«a
niHE» hotels are w«!| known throviihout ti»
1 country for th« Me* standard ct «xe^l«ae«
stalatalacd. tad the select patron««» which ther .- .
t»vi> «ntertain*d tor the lone '.-.m >: year* »lao«
ihe Inception of L*Sc«w<**l «• • resort. .
(r,i,urci by >et» Jersey Ceatral Railra«A
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