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FEW BIG REALTY DEALS.
VOLUME OF BUSINESS TRANSACTED LAST WEEK
UNUSUALLY SMALL.
D*lnemXot Unexpected, as Majority of "Leaders' Have Long Lists of
Offerings— Bright Outlook for Activity in Vacant Land District*.
«T*e voiun.* of »> % j«iiie*» trr.i:«a -mi last wek In '
th* w*l e*t*t« market was unusually small for
ijds veascn of tin year. Activity van T.'l^rly scat*
„ : p.j N«>t one amle of a aaroH valued ot vr about
flflMi.W w« reported. The principal trading wan
in B«w3Bn« bou*»fc Tl ■ •■• era i aw loft bcIVUCS
t.rt\ b lowe* i;li iiv*.. Ecvcra! aalaa <* vacant plots
jn or fir ItM upper sth aye. Bectioii. ■ sum] | of
veil built apartment houses on \\\e- IVcsil Side n«r;ii
,-if VflM *t aii'i i" bi>iim> ether sections chanced
\.&vif. » nd ■ 'fw bvyera «■♦■:• found for Manhat
tan f-i' r^ ■srttitote ••■r loft buildings and for Bronx
j.'ot» re»''y for niprrn <»!j!f>i t »-|: i two family
aaaaai or flsthou*"*. Hce ••d there were fiftns
cf ivTitinu' v< i !:h<t*>pi in »cm»» of tur- Mr purchai- !
lr.r BMWWenta whi-.-h have Iwta a feature of the ]
rotrk'i |m many months, but it..- operation* alow '
the» line* Bttraictßd al>out as aw attention as
the a* of an ordinary Bronx lot.
Sprmgr hai nrr!v»»<i, an«. If building and real
M i«i* i" K«""» Vorfc .an *» said to still hare tliHr
§p*>Cinl seaaona. It i" t:ni^ fcr another round of
tmildtrj: opcrjiTions. At tills writinc steamers' are
fftrrir-s w; narisatlon on the Hudson, and brick
«ill oe cotnins m icxt verk. A slight advance In
tto> price ot brkft u<<^m|MUii«4 the advent of fair
».-e*t»>»-r. bol '.veil no. !:.<■ I* 1*!1 *! nrf r Is low. com
pared with litst tiprint'a. On the ■ ! •■>. bui!dii>K
m*t<Tia4s wi!l tx> « h*-aper tUx year ir.a:i last, and
«•»*•" arf ii" higlwr. As to the character of th«
tiuildirg: to lif tin.i^rtaken. th<*re i? v Ftrcnp likrii
tood that bnUdera uili return from the northrrn
part* of tli* <'ity to some of the older factions.
jiarticii!a?!\ on the Ems? Side, where there is .<
fif Id for larger and better apartment houses
tban Mie preva:!i;ig type at present, and with all
the asaurai >•<> in favor of ancaal screes". When
th« projei-i» of the present year are compared,
rot Kith «ho»e .if 190 G. but with the record of plans
filed la ISOa. it will b*> pe-r«-«>iv^d that the building !
outlook is fai!ly good. The year 1905 was the
crfatfyt l'uil'iinp ytar on record, and projects in
jlarihtttan mt cnly about four millions «hort of
the record foi- Urn corresponding period in IMS;
wherein t!ie Fprli* of ISOT was sensational in
urcn:>cF, bui Uencient in perforruiinie and execu
tion. A great. n:any bulldines for which plan«
were f:lfd in ] Mi were not builu if theae jiUni
sl.ouid :- work*d out this year. il*>7 will be a bigger
■par ti.iin v j-ecord of plans Hied will reveal.
pmtbennore, a !arc« r umber of rapera. whos^ i
e^UMated K>?t swelled the total for IMS, are still la j
coun-p of ror.strui'ilon. TJie Wv. York < 'entral !
acd PenntrtraaJa stations ulon* will b« employ
nearly half the available lianlci 1 force of the
borough Iwfcre many months have passed. 'IV-ne
mei;t alteration work is going to be very hi v.
this ?rar Jn ail the borougns, ar.d m Brooklyn the
nt-w bttilfllne* .planned e&c4ed In value thos*- pro
jectfd DO to ti.e corresponding dat^ last yeai- by
nearly *■■" ""'• Wall Street reunions ought to
i»!p ratlW than harm r«U • state Jntererts. Tb»y
ougl.t to ).n\e lh% effect of making tuurtgage mor.ey
easier to obtain for nound ■iiiona. Tim Is
tli* v.. . tiujiuerw now xiew.the situation. One
crest ::.'.:;>' '-o tr.fi i advant;i£» ib tli« iMaoaabla
i;.bcr sltuuiioii. .•:•. iiat- ci hcdules ar« . tii-i
for a y«-«r or more to come. *nd all the signs In
ih« iiiciihtrla! !*ky are for cyntiuued ffcir weatiter.
one of tbc ptinclpal deajs re^orteij last w^en
»•&» «le ;-.al* by <;oodv\in «t Goedtßia and Re wick I
C Hut <v- i'<>. for ■'■■;..<•' KUi; . 111., i
of tut nv»' stor\- office ar.d loft buildir.p No. l-M
Eth aye., mi • r-loi i^xlA> ■ -I-:, between ;!-t and
»th at* to Henry Marks and t'aapar l»e\-y.
Mit.turn f'os! i'ollins bought, from Kr:.:ik J.
Rar.som Sla, Z'JS Ka^t Cid st_ a three ttorv and
t*rfu.. ; <iweilir.K fjouse. li.JxltO feet, Hart la A ■
Vaui . were tilt brokers.
Pease & Kllunan sold for Jordan I* Uott No o."
Ea«t 4?Lh pt.. a five Moty Ar.inr«can b.-»se:!iem
dwe. it.4 hojsc, ca a lot l^xV-') fc-it. to Robert 11.
E. Elliott.
A. M iia 1 . ::■..•;.:-, sold for Max Marx and A. M.
•«(!!;*■ a ] !ot. M.llzUS feet, at the northeast
nrmr rf ltfth ' *nd Broadway, to John W.
Xisht. Tne buyer •'111 erect an rl« vator apart
rcent hojee. with stores, on the property.
Mrs ■■:»•" A. Van Wyck sold No. SIS West
17th M. * fo\:r Ftcry dwelling- house, on a l«t 3lx
20P.5 feet. Th» anj-.lnlnr and alnillar dwelling, No.
S3. hat been sold by Julius Blen. owner and occu
pant.
.los*. P. r>*y eclfl Ten the .1. Monroe Tay'.or
•«»!• tn David and liaTiv l.ippman the northwest
i<orf>»r «f !>••■ n. and ad are . Son. Sis. CO. 82 and
tM iii ?•.«-. four in* atory tenement houses, with
•WITS.
El»»-scn * Hobhs sold for «;eor|:« I^a tour to a
etett fcr lnveFtn>ent the five ■Tory apr.rtm«nt
houa*. with store. So. TV Am«terdsnj »v».. north
«^t rcrnr-r of Sith «.. n.Si,xC£ feet.
T. B. n<iberis i <^o. «old for A. * J. Seheinherjr
»*••••♦ atnry apartment house No?. 'xZ> and fi!7
V*»» 01 at., on a plot COxMt.Jl feet. F. A M.
S!as*r and '• '• Korn. the buyers. utv* Jn part
P»rmtet. fcrty !oTS. each 25xl'/> feet. In Metro-
WBtta art , Briil.ion H«lahta. <."a«tl*to^, fitaten
Th» A. C. & H. M. Han Realty Company sold
t!* San»et aperttnetit house, a seven story etruct
'""«. on a plot lW>ali)o feet, at the northeast corner
of 'T.H et. and Hroaximay.
rf*d.ri'> Hollander *■ <"o. bought from H. T.
Bute;- tU i.i ! 2?^al«S.l««Sl*l«*.11 feet, on the
*«r«»i at** -• «'arat «t.. ;«.3 feet east of T*afayette.
*t. The buyers own an adjolnfac plot". They* will
* *'" r. staMr on the- «"»nat at. parcel.
jv. F. JVlletreaq & '■< sold to a (iiant for the
""••I I «••• Company the peven wtory lnft huiid
la». Ko • Jones ai Hzi*! feet. Also, ' sold for F.
' P!=tt t!.«- three unry and bailment dvrelline
liouf* No. US West f-Sth nt. |
Van WiaJt!'? & Scott sold for Harold M. Brown
'« Btrtha Barei>«l a riot tftxlOO feat, or the we^t !
fAz of Muijr.er «ye.. 100 feet potitti of RMnelander
*»*., Van Sett, opposite the M '.••'■ park racetrack
property.
H»rbrrt Tfnteai! «oid for the estate of Adam W.
fz»s a pic: M.4r.Kj0.1l :ect on the north Fide of
Mtfc «t. to: r^r-t <a!-t .j! Croadvar. This is th*
wst *ak of t(* projTty sine* ■•" Frankiin ivt
.:» jgji^ buyer.
Th» Oyvtal r.eaity and Construction Company
>w two »'v Ftor>- flathonsen, eacl: on a plot 4Gxifli><
*•■ «m the T.fsl p:Uf- of Broadway, b*twe€-:i 12Sth
■M 129 th st*.
Th« Vutual ASlip.rr* Trust ''otnpa bought from
<• *re*-dman through B. Cfeafcm JCos, MS end y*
zJr™ •" old buiWiTjjs. on a plot r: :,x7r, feet. It
wtj * r> a f<:x nory bunding for lt« own u*e on
ir.e ssi» .
.-* T.. tfortferal Son «li!cor^or:-te(J( sold for
limiy C. Lvtt'm the Warwick ii ma „ ten Mory
"^waiwtiQCJit iiou«e. at th» northwest corner
v» i^i li ? lbu ' ; V(i * &th sl - o n m i.l«.t fronting
"feet i n «v,.i-^»b,.» av * _ i, v joo fer-r in the street,
nourlas'rir.l.lnsr.n. Chs.rle« S. !!■• »:i & Ct,.. sold
»t tl»» eßla.«e Bla .« o f Turkerroan three four
*»rrr *.nd one nvo *tr.rj- busings bulldineii «♦ the
«ueaat <<.: i: .. r , : f 1'r,,,,* .:■«?:.«. st «. They
«v» en a rJot "■xl<<o fr*t.
n£EHL*L£P !iTiari pnld for R - IT - i: Elliott No.
"^ Ka»t *'" Ft., ■ four p.tory Jilgh etoon. brown
■••• has»m»ni '"-■'••f houae, on a lot 20«10«
i-iu J" " r ' ! " 11 - * ! " *Jil n!t«>r it into an American
!?.~T nl **«U 1 «t houte. and will aft.-.-war.l oc
1}" It.
r^!l^ *'.. nrrTl c ' 30 • ol< * for J. K. D - *'*nfseld to
i-iwffl TV. Van \>k a trlancuUr i.loi comprising
'V« « 7>*-half a-r.s j a NorniaiuU* Talk. Mr.
thTJP 6 *. •'■''"■■■" '••• *r«et • dweiJmp houne on
Ti* jßirne_fl rln » oM for a Mr , ooventy the Kah
*l" »»"•• J2 Norrr.aTXjls Park to a eiient.
*«£, re l E T'"-*'**™ * r 'ld No. Uh Went 68th St.. a
ST?/ I*!}1 *!} **«01nsT house. I'xino feet, for
■??" wart - "» . ''»«»♦ « f Hicham S. Trary.
72** T- ? zr:r mnM lor Rosa W:nr^iiiiuin
WE? hous-. SWS.JI feet. ■* ■• * tbtc * * tory
»2..' «, Manes *' jl<J for ss * r »- Jonnlo Bory Jfo. 61
iSTfoJj 1 .* 1 " a ,. r '' ur * ta "' <Jw*m»g house. 18.9 x
tL , . to ri Ml> - r** Belniont.
T rJ!t» S- i"* *■*•"'' I-aae«l the dwe!!'njr house >To.
js?:' , ,' - ' !T1 a lot MalOO feet, nd»oin'.n« the
*V»£ oul<! r >j»e lh» 'ease is for »< term of
£*•»• It '• "» 1 « 5 that the >•*«• fill ha\e a dress
"w*ir« atara on the premises.
•■OAOWAY-FLUSHINC PLOTS !N DEMAND
!! kk ' rt * rint>ir Realty Company has cold to
t ,~* H. Kramer the plot, a» l.v 109 feet, at IB*
£te *** cor "* r cf Suite and 29th etreets; te
I Bak*-.'. t!.e plot. e» by 10ft feet, on the east
*• w*i S *° l " l '*' ? - *^ <*•* north of BU-.e «tr»et;
i t '*■■• Wilkerj tlie plot. « by m feet, on the
•>*» ©f nth street, ft* f,,«t north of <Vr''SS
"•; to degree V» T . Berger Uie plat. CD by 1M
ct v? 8 * ht ** st • ! ' 3 * of 3eth • tr «'* t ' C r **t nouth
■Utah*!! avenue; to Thomaa C. Murphy the
ry- » ">r 1« fact. on the «a«t »!Ae of SCtlt «tr»*t.
-icL^«' Oatll ° f Slate street; to Thomas V.isatl Iha
slj* ia ****. on the east aide of l*lh aareet.
Aha i iS TUIT Ul "' **'■ +*• »»rr»t. Bioa^lwoy-l-'lus^iiig.
thjVfl."* T IJ Dunn »he {•>««. 40 by 1<» foet. ..a
fcc-Avi^* 4 ** of Manor RoaJ, 120 feet wr«t of
» Jurf-if*** - end to WMliani <H«Hlßnd the plot,
*!•« «S.** cl * on tn« couth Side. of KotM>«t Head. MO
«aa«Ll of r '° J Slaa Ro*d. Doidu Manor. The
t5^55 •••lav* house, with plot. C'x'.OO r«t. on
CnW^L * <J '' "f 26t1« street, ») [«et north of
[ mSTz* I *} avenua. ltaeaaway-it'luaUina. <ia« be*u
*^*f Bora If. (tupman; clso. to William A.
e/T?""l*U nJn» room dwelling hnua*. -itii Plot.
I •ifaZli."*'- *> n ">• west side of 25th : tr«-<»t. 240
I tir *rJJ« °* Cro<lieron avenue. HroadvvavFlueh
& f*?.* 01 - ♦•> Rritfset Ourk« the plot. «by JOO
«*£•*.'*• w«i fid*- of «th wtre*t. 9W feet north
tt.W 1 " 1 - l ° Henry Oebhard ihc plot. tdxHX)
■TX?". «»» w ** 1 ai4« <>r S3d street. 109 feet north
aw "iMJun * v «iue; and to George 12. Kt.»-.*-lis the
gSu* »y 1( * »'- on the eaet «M» of l"ih street.
»?r >T,' 8l: ' h * f «anford avenue. Brotnlw^y-nunh
tfcV ,£;!!. *° V.' W. Ferry the r,iot. «iOBtIOO feet. *,n
Sin w cMc ©? Park- l^ine. •** f»«t east of tiie.
BIT ****?. ttn<J to Atiai-.i Bte!le the plot. *:'x!<tO
C?> • ou '- il «•'«!• nf Forc«t i:o»«l. 240 t«~t
tJ^JL D;u|Ui9 Uoa«J. r>ourUii» Manor. Also »old
•«■.'/ p - ■ «•'"' tlie »»lot. » by 1«» feet. on tiie
ejfcfc^** Utu fi'ioet, <7« feet with of Mid i.«.l
I N». i* .V* Ntrria* :i l>>inpe the i.H'. «<> hy 100
|! <- J.r? ««e *»« alia «f J»th «trt»«. 1S» feet i oil):
I * hv«V rr * fl - n->''n ->'' «• \\i»lara Ifelffer the plot.
V ?-./ *^, [rtt. en «'i« went «tde <-f :Sth street. M 0
I .«. ?*;« «' Ptfcte etrret. ntx>«lvny-Klanlilnz.
1 ■T^l/ # * ' >ti *■*• fl'»'J «he plot. 40 l>y !«» feet, on
*«*» n2L?We of '"'*«« Uoad. 75 J>et '-at .»f «lm
tr 'yO™?' *n<l to I*. H«-i!ry Barrlsy ih« plot. 40
'■ .'».«■'*• on •!■*• aorta aia> «if it!<-hn>ond road.
' SVVjJL* I <* lXKistas lUaid. l»wnl> i Manor.
! -i, VCV**«-rirlay •>••">' Company la •vceivl-ig
t.v *nj "vv* *' j rk to ;»«: Ooue Ir. develr.ninc *'« i»op-
I -* Aatuia. HeJrnU, or ISaat River UdcUta.
:..•- tl;. tra^t will li^r.afier 1* known. It comprise*
-4"i lot?,: opposite istli street, Manhattan.
TO SELL FINE 6TH AYE. PLOT.
Jnser-h P. Day will sell at auction on Wednes
day. Anrll 30. at the Vesev street salesrooms. N" 1
411 «rh »v and No. 101 \v>«t 2511 i st. northwest
corner of 6th ,iv.. and 25th -!.. two four story
building?, with store*. Th< property has been
owned by the Kuhlke family for about ;=ixty years.
MARKET FOUND FOR THE CENTENNIAL.
S. B. Gorxlale £ Eon have sol.', for Christian G.
?Jarslißll. .i cHeni of .1. K. Briar«(«. the n-^rth«a.«t
corner of Cedar ami West ata., the live story «>ti
icanial Buildfns. on lot I7««O feeL This property
Is opposite the new Weal Street Building . Also
sold for Mary K. stump the six story store and
loft building No. '"•■ Thomas M.. owupled by th«
American Rubber Company: for Thomas Miller to
Mary A. Gordon the ihree etorj and tasernwt
dweylns house No «B \V.-st 1!-' st.. 0:1 *'■ I5»l«i|
f*et: for Mary E A. Broadbead to Louin r. Rook
are>l| th* four Mory front »nd r«-nr t«!.emeT»t hous«
Xo. S3 West «st 'si . on lot SxlOO feet; for <;. M.
Brennun the four story store :ir.d tenemeni house
No. 351 We«t Mai sf.. <m loi 25x10"' feet; for '■"'' ''•-
.•rirk Denifna; the four "lorj' and basemeni dwell-
Ir«houoe No. 143 West ZM st.. 0:1 lot ».5xl«0 feet,
nnd have lons?d for <;c.iret' •; Guion to Andrew
J. Kerwln. jr.. 'he prrmtae^ Naa 37 and M \\e»t
Nth «t.. for a term of twenty-one years, »ixi ■*-*
M.9 reel Mr. Kerwin has leas^'l this property to
protect the light of his new 100 foot building.
GETS AN 18TH ST. BUILDING.
M. Mail— Iliaa. Jr.. & Co. hare aald for Dr. F.
I*- Roy Satterlee the four f«tory and bas*m^nt
dwelling house, on a lot !TxM ff(>t. being No. I
West lit 1 ; st. The buyer of the property la isamuel
<; Hers, of the Standard Operating Company.
TO IMPROVE WASHINGTON ST. LOT.
Crist * Heirlck ha\. aoU for Adolph Jacobs the
tenement house No. f*ft Washington si.; on a lot
|txC3 r#*t, la John H. Goetschlus. who will im
prove the site for bushirss purposes.
DEALS IN LAWRENCE MANOR.
The McKnfgM Realty Ceaapany report Hie fol
lowing uuleo in its Lawrence Manor tract, st Bay-
Fiie. Long l»i*in.l: To Elinor R. Mat-Donald, four
lots for J.'.::.'. Charles IT. Bcholi two ••- for JS./';
Harriet A. Klmiuift. three lots for $1,650: R. A.
r>raper. five lots for 15.300. and Frederick Ray
mond, two lots tor SI. ISO.
A 9750.000 STUDIO PROJECT.
Plans have been filed for a fourteen story studio
and apartment house to be built In "th at 120
ft-«-t east of Columbus aye.. for the. Russell Bond
and Realty Company, of which Walter R;i *':! is
prealdant. It will have. • frontage of 100 feat «n<l *
depth of a feet, with an extension: The facade will
he of de<Trat<*»l limestone and brick, with trim
li.ltyfi. of terra cotta. The huildinir i* to He
equipped with two pobsenger elevators, and is to
coat 5750.000. Harde & Short are the architects.
PLANS FOR CARNEGIE LIBRARY NO. 30.
!■:..•> have been filed with Buildings Superin-
<!••'!• Murphy for a three g;.ir/ and basement
library 10 be No. 3") of the Ornesw endowmani
chain. '• is to t.? built at No. In to XXi East
Houston 'St.. extending to No. 279 t" SK I'd St.. li.
th» "l.iiil^ Hungary" ('•■■•■■ ><( th» (hot to. It
■will he <«> feet fronto n ««ch »tre#t, with a laqade
of brick and ornamental mon-. of rl«Rstc design.
and will have a root garden with awnings. It is
to <?o»t ii<'\f»"> Carrere & Hastings an the archi
tect*.
SALES IN RICHMOND HILL SECTION.
The following salfe have l>«-m made In the
week by the B. N. Dawtey Jteal Batata Company:
To Isa« mid Eva Eriluon. eight iota in HriKK'*
ay«.. i<iuxl") feet: to Catherine Smyth, two lots In
Walnut Ft.. 40x100 fe«-t; to William Brunner, four
lota in Metropolis aye.. SCxIOO f-»t; to Merman c.
Monsell. bi\ lolfl in Leff»rts aye . Ufa feet: to
X. •■••«- Burke, three lots in Cedar aye., (flxlt/l feet;
to Tlioraaa Deigns, two lots in Butter aw ♦"*!•*>
fe>et: to Frederick 1.. Marratt, two |«c« in Walnut
St., * xl>>.> feet; to K. V. I'tmkf. four lota in Church
et.. S6xlo" feet, and to (J.orr. H. Bryaon tlire»- lota
In Hamilton ■••<■. 6"x." feet. All th.- parcels aro
!ti the Richmond Hill k«-cti«.ii "I lir^klyn.
BUY A WATER ST. OFFICE STRUCTURE.
Parsons & Holzman have Irught through R
Wllmnrth Applet, from Edward X: — rl.ni No.
irs Water St.. i «•••■■ ■•:, story office build ■.* on a lot
2<xCi feet, with 311 "I," to No » Pin- St., Ttf.inxM
ft-et.
PLOT HELD SINCE 1784 SOLD.
I>e Seiding Eroth»-rf have nold to a client of M
Li::dhr-!m * Co. No. 124 to 11* Canal Et.. at the
ao'jtliwest comer of ChfTstle »>t.. a v» storir*> store
and loft hui!4fnr on a plot IOkSO feet. Pan of the.
riot has b»en talcen by the city f'.»r the Munhitttaii
firing" jilazt.
The property baa l>«—n owned by the I" SrMiiic
famil;- dnce 17M when Canal pi. was known an
pump Ft
NEW OWNER FOR JAMAICA TRACT.
St«.k«« & Knowlea have »w!d thirty lots In Kin
stcln aye.. ueur Rockatrey Road. Jamaica, for the
Hr»-in;«>r Realty Corporation to Alfred R. Kune.
Also sold the following, lots for ft.<* Jamaica, Park
Bout:. Realty Corporation: On* lot in Reckaway
Road t<-» John Nelson, two lota in Jacobs aye. to
Carl Ny*!rist, vna lot in Hates uv«\ to Wi l< Oss
man. two lota In I^nedi^-t aye. t" Mrs. A. l'easek,
t»n lot* in ?;id<?r ;.ve to Michael Panaartllo. two
lot? In Elder aye. to Mrs Hulda Pt.llllp*, '*■■ lots
in Fi«hfr aye to Frank Pearson, two lots In Bin
■teia aye. to Giuseppe Rubinaeet, four lots n .facob.a
aye to Eva M. Reynold*. one lot in Norrls aye. to
Charles Serembutz. tliree. lota In Kin her aye. to
S. Cherok. on* lot In Einstein aye. to W. A. Sorrel.
two lots In Rluateln «v.- to A. Welntraub, two lots
in Elder «ye. to Bernbard W.sltt. throe lota in
Jacobs aye. to tvlortih Weinman, two lola In Hates
me. to David G. Williams.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
mm MODEL APARTMENTS
127-135 Sherman Avenue,
Dycktnan St.. B'way Subway Station.
3, 4 and 5 ROOMS.
location combines the health-givinc
quaMtle* of the country with th»- ad
vantages of a city home.
Apartment* have all modern con
veniences.
RENTS, Si 7 to $28.
Ttepreaertatlve. on premises.
Booklet* jr-alle>l on application
Real Estate Wanted.
V— A.— Want a ilrst mirtgsm- lo«n of '»-..,,, a five
ptory f t ,ur family, fourteen roon> «•« • «' .-I" HM
MM. --hid, ** h,ve J 'M3cS IP A«MX)MPAM
]!■<; Weal 34th etr«-.-t.
IT>« WAKTKD oa>«Mitran work for c -uttii.K " n ,' l . *;
las »tr^.t« In vt>ktch*.t.r Count/: .... mlnuiaa out;
New York City.
iaOO.eftO to loin la small amcunts. 5%. (ortlaa4l
City Property for Sate or to Let.
SALE OH niSXT s»a 32 W««t I»Oi Bt-. *0*
J? l«e two rafia«cttA> lour «tor>- *ad baaam«Bt bourn.
| ««niy chant.* tvr ta_ise«». APt.ilcatl«B from principal.
«_ir ecyr*4. cAKpijrt f% w>| , „ w>w Tarh
Furnished Ileuses to Country.
TO RENT.— Summer home; largo house, fur
»■ nithed; 5 «ere» eared for; doli B htf ui cur
roundinßii'a littfa over an hour from Grand
Central Station on dther Harlem or N. «• «• f-
Fifth Avenue. New York Ctty.
four v*Mcl*»; J 1 u t xl v,fn«: rental. f^ifl i«r month
nt^.t !».->. t ion »f o ur.i W Ad<re W "D." Tribune offlc .
i* a»»-*o.» |*ertj- »piy. T_ .—. — .
T^Af^~TMlTTrilE to oar Torn KUJINIBHKP
HOI'SB >XJ»- THB tt lE"l E "i 1A p THE EENTAI.S
AHi: vbrv _"£» J JoV o »iano%OK thp season.
RANGE ™°***£Ljjr iJI FRONT ST. OI'POBrTB
■ ■ ■ — , -TT . "7 rti'.NlMlED HOCSKS for »ea
•ou. aMO to *«**£"* mJnlh. C-lf. Tennis; mo
\JT son. ci*» i» •rJJ.itT. t» sea cml H**iin(l; ftae mo-
The SaO4-Jal.i».
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. MARril 24. 1907.
Brooklyn Property for Sale,
ACKER.SON
H O U S E __S
CltV and ° Ur Flalbush "fflco 1* '•♦ the F'sk* Terrace
_, y CXIiU Station on the Brighton Dentil Railroad, only
Country thirty minute* from Manhattan. By calling
Cnmhinafi ' there our representatives will show you the
OmDinea • finest Residential Park to be found within the
bounds of New York.
The lieautirul detached Dwellings now being
T ft \ rUTDCAN completed by u<< for spring delivery arc the
!• S3, Avt&LKol/N (Inert tv«» hare ever built for tin* money, and
COMPANY jepre*w*:it the host examples of architecture
developers of %ni> and thh * hl * h * "**«">«»« of suburban home
BUILDERS ON liIUH CLASS construction.
SUBURBAN LAND.
140 N&SSSLVI St V " have a limited number of houses and
__ __ _ \acant plots in Fiake Terrace!
New York
Those who purchased in nur former d«vel
• opm^nt'" are now selling Bl an advance of
from one to fly? thousand dollars.
m
Prices from Better opportunities await you in Fiske T>r
ei^ OHO IJo r£U ' * 'l' : ' M «ro ever presented before in Flat-
FISKE TERRACE
FLATBUSH
#14 QCnDnuble brtck rat: I room and bath apartments;
Wit £uU»l"-aya 'ent<-^ Closed Sundays. Open E»-en
ln»«. PIKIU'E KKEKB TM St. & full Avenue.
lliTlin Two -family brie* house: 11 rooms, 2 bHttn;
\a/lll( newly 4»i-»rat<»]. "-lo^e-l Sunday* O{wn Kv»n_
V TlUUingt. PIERCE KEKFK. SSU St. & sth Avenue,
17* OK SAIJ:.- Bargain: ftrat t.Her to ;nv*stor*. ;:.r«
jl »tcrv l>rt>-k < 1.1 nn i ;>tor» m.i Boon on bjm of Brook
lyn's buneat thoroughfare*: income |!*X> r*r annum.
niAI.TV BITTERS, i.OO Montague t»t.. Hrookl>r.
F. SALE. — St Mark's Ay»., T.T7. near Bedford Aye.
Brooklyn— Thr»« story and basement brownatMia
!•••:<>■• lot ■.'":.::*.. good houie: Una location; price
Jli'.uy.. hnif .:,»;• Inquire «■:) [i-^:iu^e« mornltna.
Country Property for Sale.
I Evenino T.,o fl r a m. Ma rch 226. ; WITHIN FOUR MONTHS
1 i EAST RIVER TUBE l - vv ° 11 can 8° *•>' *«>n*? from
1 i OPENS AUGUST l I Irnafttuatj
B ; Tunnel from Forty-Second Street to j
g Lor* Island City' Ready lor *TgT| + itUi****
I Traffic in Four Month* Jjl iHHJj lH tT
g _ Five Cents
<p I Queens County Lines To Be ! NOW only twenty minutes
H Equipped Also with Rolling j by express trains from East
|j Stock to Run Through ■ 34th Street Ferry.
M Bore. , . . ,
•■Si J . ' ><*:iil for particulars.
I lutet-iFmlaij leatftr €0.
I 1 Wc*fl 34th Street
FOR SALE.
To r'nai. an e«:«te. a fin* modern r*t'A*r.r* on r.ni";
vlll» »vf. : ... „■ residential section In Newark; Jmusa
ha» 1". !ur». well Hx'.'l't rwiinr rt'--r,rutr.l *u<i paired
throughout; r»r< of roama have hardarood neor.i. oj»<-n
flreplai-ex. n-]i»r*t* eervaiitn' hath, tuilt and flniSßed
und'r ?n# re:».-.r.al tupervitloa of the |»t« owr»r for hi*
own ti*<-: lartT lot. with fl .•■ tree*, xhrulherv. etc! "
fine lai. tu the frnv.t; kih:.;,. in itio r»nr, with rOOOI '< r
thrf» iniaaei Bnlali ■ t room l;i i\r tnft for «>.-!,miin.
If ut all interested rL!r.ic;inU'at<t ■.--•■ .:•-<■ r.
r. v. •vih;:rs.
65 Ne»b!tt si Newarl NY J
OAKLAND BRRORN CUfNTV. N J - 11") p. '• i half
•ntle from nation. T° mlnutei from ctt^•: t.SOO feet
fr'.fit»ir» on main riv.i nod ustei '.■-■: • r.;ini«ni
River: n<> t'Ulldlnßii: «u;tfi: l« tor rubsfl' Islo ; :::aKtt'•".
<^-;:t inonntain vi«»». no mo<!^uito^*. pur^ »lr aiMt
»a»»r. will soil «■ cr»*t m«-rtrr-» ; prlr<- $!«4«m> r.-.
third rash balari'-- long rr.«'t|isp»- rill '- l>ait
H. v. CONDICT, l"« Exchange »• .i - Jeraa city.
■pOCKVU.I.i; CENTRE. LONG ISLAND.—
1\ 10- r<min H'>iiii<». ail Improvements: up ••• dato;
► •able best location: l>-t lOOsanO; fl3.OW>.
7 room Hour*; deroraied; lot JTiS* (4. ."M0.
It-'o-r.u House ani Lmn. plenty <-t '.li»'i>. lot ■•:,>_.«>
$«,500. \v 11. OONNELU
Hi country »»at nr.d farm c«"r.blned. fo'
ial< In t»,e Wllatip of :><•!!>!. N. V.: t)il« benutiful
p]-ioe contains I'J'i arri-n; ,ii.. i ■ :•> 11 cow* and *
horses. e!<-pant houM, ".'') rooms; two <»*iii f>f l.utli
ro«ini-: liot and lid "ate:. Bt«-:irr: h«at, «l«ctrtc Han I
and telephone.
ALEXANDER ■ <»V '". 1 .1 S. Van Ilitevlile, N. .'
<i£. >j |{|( W k EI.EOANI ■■m:\TKV CX. ■
V*" •**»*JU*J« for sals i'«ntiilf»lti«r <lra».inif room, par
i..r. «.:ii: r. room. lien ».i|il»r t >i psnlry. „•■ hen i •■I'l "•
batbrooni, l« bedrooms, " inHftp; ojieii flreplaies:
hrMter In i-^li«r: water, rue. atatioaar) liaaa; Hue
•(T^liif. with coachman's room-: ■ nut ■' acres la« .
ifnils court: \ lew Great South ibv ar.»l or-»»n for -"
nil>!»; I.<.;i-i we 'i f-.im'^nJ: »a«v te; mis.
JOHN A. fOTTF.K. I'olrhnitii?. 1.. I
CIIILPKEN AMI (IIKUr.NS.
Re! I more ?.. I.— "•■ i(t and barn; new; «I\ rooms:
renter. l r?iiar: norche«; fruit: »uf-'iuifi^r acre; "ti
N. \V. corner: only 15 mlrj!it»«t fmnfi ilejio: : ♦' '.' ■■«•
terms ••.-!•>•. •'all in owntr. II .1 ni'NV '••' Uro:nl
«ay, New York, ■ I p. U
4111 ACRE l'All:V i M!M. nummer roKldenee or < cumry
U\7 In me. In WoodbridJte, uo.: I balf-bour ill. • to
Ne« Haven Clit'-n: I'-ro-.m bOUSf; lam- narnt; uounrt
snee fruit i <ni. ground; mort IW4 if wanteJj photua ami
particulars; no as»nt«. «.'. M. ■' i.- ."• '\. OS Ivy si..
Sen ll»\e^. <'onn .
|^«'ll HALJB Dasirabla factory. »lfi «;.l'liq <>n Central
I llaili-.ii-.-i. In leney <Ity. A»»rtnv»nl boasa up '•
dat». elivatur oti<i Janitor ••rvlt'e UreenhOUfea nn<t
h.iiMln* lnt». Rutharfcnl N. .1. BviMlna i>" oo mountain
i>l.le. v. Oranc* i:i«li'!Uir lots In ail ln< Oranges
Urosd St.', N*-«-arH. prcnerty. Apply to
.1. H. BALDWIN*.
".in Broadway, RMum toot
1«On SAUB Ssmnlotelj fvr:tlkhe<i 'amp In Adlron-
V dacka. i-cn»Utln|t ■....: tiullHltE". four et which
:.,,. |an l>!il!.lincs built of spruce logs: laast f»r long
term. Afl-lren '•■ V.'.. u.jx B. Tribune i >fß< *.
(lOt'NXnV BEAT: 300 aor« . wanrfront; si.". -! <^>. AR
/ i»!Jf..\l>n «'. l < is.-'. :•' Ka»t 1-1 !*»»»>i
SOUTH HIDE I.OMS ISLAND.'
Varni^ iiu.l village property for <sl«. new «ire»t South
Ray. h\irnl»hcil tt.p«->< to rent,
POTTER a PUICE. Patchogu-, I. I.
11l (Mill FARMS for sale Prices 9300 t.i $B«.mK».
lU,UUv Suffern lUal K«at- Co., KuiTern, N. V.
BOOKLET, The New Jtiea in I3ar«len»i; useful If your
rrnund* are not planted mailed fre» PRANK
MAMII/rO.V. 6.'. Liberty si., N>« York.
C*(* (\(\(\ WILL BUT a beautiful «Ulit raoni lieu** •'I
V>U,UUU lmrr>vein^iii» aeuMa flo»r«. electric light
and «a» fl«ture». Btfani heat: h»»t »»i»l«»n: «<?ven l inlnutea
toJepot near trolley; plot. 75*17K HERMAN .1. MAR
TENS 101 Front streit, oppoKlte depot. Hwkville • en
tre. 1.. I. - '.
A N EXCEPTION AI» OPPORTXWITY t.> f.cur- a ino»t
J\ atirs'-tJve summer home •« a eaerlflre: about five
•ore*. r«0 feet on M»«-cx Hay. at Water Mill. n««r
SouthamptOß. I* I.; «ne dwailttiß. built ««1y four y«*r«.
i-ontiilnhnj every mod#rn Improvement; price much less
than cost. Address OWNKR, 63 Weal 18th »m>*t.
MAGNIFICENT modem r»il«*«nco. ♦* m»nute« out.
• i Sea Cliff. Loaa Ulantl; .table. e»rs c »tr : .Ix
a. .«»<if grou;iJ. for »alt. or c»rhiniK« for etij property.
KXCIIASIIE. Bom B. Tribune OWe« •
Furnished Apartments to Let.
~a~ PAIITMEST. c»mplet«ly furnished: sev«n rooms
IS. and bath; elevator, telephone, electric light; rent
only to small family furnl.hlne satisfactory referoncn
and security. $U3. Apply IS» West Uth «t.. apart
ment 43. .
1 -EUEOANTI.Y furotxiMMi epartment prlvat •_ tMh. «t
J. dally; Includios meal». oar. 13 «*U>; ••» J5.60
AaUy. Ai/JJASIA. 13 &it Hta »t. -«X
Brooklyn Property for Sale.
FLATBUSH LOTS.
40 foot lots on payment of f2<><* down balance on
ea«v weekly or monthly payments: one blocV from
Ocean aye troiley. four bloj-ki- from King^ County '"I."'
station, n cent fare from New V..'
WINDSOR KBAI.TT CO..
1 AS. Hempen St Brooklyn.
HOUSE, static. iM.-k»n house; frut» tree» »rar*-
I rie» grounds lOOxtOA; » room, anft haih alt Im
provements: country and eftj eoaablsiod 75th «T..
Brook iftiv Hi.lit»>: half Klo»-k. from foll»y an.l
"1.-. 4S mlautei to N. Y. Oty Hall: "ta.5M worth
$1."..0(V>. value* In. rea«:rj Apply premise*. 343 '-• .
street.
Country Property for Sale.
Trout Fishing.
OAKDALE'S LUXURY.
SOUTH COUNTRY ROAD.
nmidm*- Dloui of conVenleni six*, nlrli free an <t per-
PKOPKRTT rn.l.Y RESTFtICTEU.
TITLE iN«rnßn
monthly couurTATION «, ■ %.,
W. K. ASTON. Owner.
80 Well Street
NORTH SHORE
LONG ISLAND.
.' : t3t^ uant» and I will «- n .i li«t
F. E. KRUEOEB,
U0 «.ourt Si.. Brooklyn.
A GENTLEMAN'S COUNTRY SEAT
rl ' YIN " • in i>ver)ooktna
i... .IK i»:ur>.i .-...iii.l *.Hi .11! th* ,|. K »,,i eoontry sea:* on
tr.e iiMgnlioiiiig '»««• "" house (• new. unique tfii.l ex
tr. :i ,,!v artUtKv .■>n!,;s:!: 1I1 I „f 25 tare* llghi aad airy
''••".•- at.a lt»e hsthmoins; 'Mr, ir.Mi.-.n roaventcatre n-if
lnxu.y: ■ aig- stable and f.a--hmans cottax^; mit.a.Uin
i.,u.k; oieii: ■"* t..u.it:i ll :iy uu „II Su ,. h „H)porU»a
an tk" above ar»- ...•. six I'- MIIM'HESTER liAITV
• OMHANV. Tim ultdtna r,:,,e« square WKAUTI
68 ACRES FOR SALE
Five intlen front Bedford an.l Mi K!»-o Biattons;
ina< Mlaw roa<i» to t>o»h statlnn*; this >r..,,^,r will
BMkke an ex.-.-lent bulldlna spoi fur aome cute who
wishes ■ ...,...■! •„,.,,... i, us i....,,,f,f,,| vi«.» s in an
direction*. lni-:>i«lin-' l.on« Ulamt Round. For further
particuiu ■ ..in appointment for in«b«cUon apply to
THOMAS A. & SEAMAN I ML ME 3
iv: UatUCXWKaI AVK.. WHsTaTWWIfM. tONN.
. !.-.>.,: THE SU6QVUAMICA RAILROAD dm mile
■*\ from \W*ltovi-n. Orange County; .-.„.. of tb* « «at
rarnw ... th« county; It. ,- ; „5. „. „„„,, house, bic
cow turn, ha: barn anil man: .Khar nuthulldlnit*
nicely paint."l and In flue nfuifie. a spring brooks: Sn
... its rp.t?u<l<>w lan.l i:\ tine teed; one miv- Irina tail road
station. on stnte road; I*,M»> ?3,<t00 down j h
NMN<; Sii»i.er N. .1 '
/ 1 KEi:NWI«II. 'XINN.-New bulMta s «: .^a^rcs; JUS -
IJT UM ■■ X' rlltl.". I.l' '■. KOiS.-<. ,;u i:asi |-j ,- j, L rr .
Hc/IKI-:- STORSa IAl;ilS. POR BALE.—
Mi- BaraattM. iiiui<trat*Q < 'ataloa;ue>.
II."; I* KEEP, Anuteniara, K. Y.
I7\On BAUC— Mount Hope; southeast coiner «f 17^ih it
' ant! W#>«iks •«., with two house;, MhitoS ft . near tn.
«;■ n«-our«? «nd Clareniont Fark. Apply 834 Kast COth at.
I.^OU SALE.— Good bustne«a. opposite nubile school also
" dwelling- house, wltn improtemeats, easy Mrtns to
quick Layer. K. C. PISUKR. Km Wsat «th at., Plata
field. N. J.
-|,-!OR BALE. WESTi.'WraiTEII OOUNTT: farm of Trt
1' aci-ea. •* mllo turn Chaj»p a(l ua station, with de
lightful old house easily modernized, orchard and o-.n
bul!dlna» and fine nil* for n«w residence: will sell ran
it dealr«d Al.KßKl> _»r»»iKl.i.K. H33 Broadway.
PI.oT OF EIGHT ACRES, nine room house, largo
X barn; lot of fruit; 1 1 , miles from station Anr>iy
to D. P. I'ii.is. ntdgewood. N. .i. n. P. D. No. ,/ " *
-VTOROTOV. CONN — » acre»: Ana bulldlna alia. All
iN. chiualo> ir. rosa. 20 E*»t m tun**.
1 rnt'XEDO PARK- Country «eai tor saw. ARCHIBALD
i. C. tx>aa. 99 Eaat 4>'d Street.
3 HOURS SOUTH OF WASHINGTON » lively llttlo
O town is sprlnclna up. Send your addr*** to Forest
j Lodge. Olen Allen. Vlrttnla. and learn all about It
COTTAGE In the woods: surroundings perfect: commut
las disunce; near hound. Hot 233. U«.rlei>. conn.
770R SALnt— O«a lalnar and vicinity. In \\>»tebe.( r
i? ,<-*tmt;r. *«'»r»l jBn« vlllart r«Mdeac«s: fin-> *lew»
•rilOilAj LkIRV. ICO ilala it.. Ossliuri. N. Vi
Auction Sales of Beat Estate.
JOSEPH P. DAY, Auctioneer.
Executor's Sale of the
DOHERTY ESTATE
- By order of CHARLES G. KOSS, Executor.
ABSOLUTE SALE,
. TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1907,
AT THE EXCHANGE SALESROOM. 14 i 10 VESEY ST.. AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
S. VV. cor. Bth Aye. & 40th St. I No. 1563 Broadway
i "*■ 6 l^^:,; :i U^ &SSJJSL. wS y ! *• 55 ? - «-•
: Size. M.'j on^x'r.^Toq l^ «tre«t. N. W. cor. 43d St. & 9th A*- c. '
■N. W. cor. Bth Aye. «* 40th St. • """ st "* *"" Ninth Avenne.
I IN. W. COr. ottt Aye. & 40tn St. t Two v.?o-> hnn, na??.. «ifh ■»«».
I «1». «21. 523, «23 »nrt an M Avenue. Two 4-«ory ?!x< ' ""•* *■ " * t! " ■ !f *» •■ •*■•
i and basement brtck laiiaiaaala. with stores, an.:
three .V«ror v brick r.:iil«llne». » th str>rt« 341 Wed soth Street
! Size. l»2 on av*nu* x I'«» Ml atf«*t •»*» ■ ** CM OUlil 9t.rCCU
— ■ - '-,■» sto»3 and n<«ni»m I .r.'-» aad »■ .- »• <:iibjs> ssaajia) aa*.
! 305 & 307 West 40th Street "ir*" 0 "?-
Adjolnl t p^^V^?eXn.'f ; ,rVx^ str " l - 463 Tenth Avenue
I 612, 614 ft' 616 Eighth Aye. '" ;-■; ~-— ; — ■
! A<sJolr.injs ft K. cor. Sin Avenue ami t'.ti, Street. Thre. j 514 WeSt 37th Street
3S^to^l. b Yr t r7ra^ k ernS: Wlth • : <**«** «™ ■^r^. Si,,. a^ fc
c ,ir 'jTTiT 5 .c c^u a 4!0 West 42t! Strest
O. W. COr. 4 3<J St. CC Otn AVe. Flve-«tor> bncW Maaaaaai with i saavaa Slie. laataV*
671. «n. Wft and «T7 «th Arenue Four 4 •■ory and _«a*vmaj . ' ./ul tfa.
he.iemenr brick tenement ■, with »tore». . 410 VVeSt slftll OtrCCt
I s ZP " '*** ' Five-story and "oaseinenr brtrk an.l avaaaa t«s«ts«S&
I S. E. cor. Bth Aye. ft 44th St. "' ll *T^
! «KM and «IW. ,«th A-. lU » Two .'> Man an.i basement brtca 714 [Ninth AVCniie
s.,e. itgy»gyr^: • . mi-*. *-jz»z^£* a^ag^ r^
779 Eighth Avenue x. aw Third Avenue
Near «t h g ,ee, -vt-orv a^^— « „.- £
six., :»*U» I .tructare,. with stores. ■aatlMlsg
28 LOTS— Ogden ft Summit Ayes., East 162 d St.
Tin eon remain on bend and mortgage for 1.2er3 years rt^.
1 Policies of Title Insurance of the Lawyers' Title Insurance and Trust Co. FREE of Chars* *»
Purchasers.
GEORGE FLINT WARREN, JR., ESQ., 256 Broadway, ) A{ternev -
JOSEPH H. FARGIS, Esq., 71 Nassau Street, f Aucrnejs.
r«e man*. hMkleta pbotoctaa** or aay «tb*r tafsraaallaai apply ■• oAVe of iWh attoraeyß or JOe | rh>
i P. DAY. Amtluaeer. 31 Nasaxii Sitreet. ___^_^^^^^^_
BRYAN L. KENNELLY, Auct..
will s°n at auction
Wednesday, April 10, 1907,
at 12 o'clock noon, at th» Exchange Salesroom.
14. 18 Vaaao St..
Estate of
William A. Hall, Deed..
129, 131, 133
WEST 20TH STREET
Near Sixth Ay.,
the all story ami basement bri<-k an! stone
'. •• Fi'uildlne; size of plot. il.ttK
i>,,,-u« A. Minnalßa Esq..
Attorney. 13? Nassau st.
>!»;■». *■• . with Attonmr, or at Ataetleaaar** aawaa *
Ftn« si .________.
AKOTHGR S-\IJi TO ."UIKSB F.STATF-
O.KORGi: W. l^^r>. Aaetlea***
IN THtJ «TTY or Xl'»r\T VBRX^N
ESTATE OF ALFRED B. DARLING.
CHESTER HILL. MOUNT VERNON.
■*>i* snow <iemlrabl» ie»tri-t«ij aettion •-•> >»*sj| oa
I»ATt KDA\ A»Tt.KNCM»N. AX «h. 190..
2 o '.■•<.»• . ,
Msr.v »<»« rab»e plota In r»arrtct*d ssrtina aMa atts«lu.».
Tartna \er> ♦a*>
>!•• or ?«te»fl ■ to
rut .;t>'K ;b; w. bard R E fr> -
City Hall !iiil!1l:>« No. 11. ilo »< \ trnon,
Ne»t to entrance. Taj SS.^— W.
GH W. B»Kl' Auctioneer.
V.T «KT\NT X' ' TION"
Ir. th» «"lty cf Mt. V«moa.
P. Ori«.r of KTei-ut^r». to cl •■
THE KSTATE OK UAUKTTE IIUR-N.~HAU
Sale ti h» i.eM on
SATrRPAY. ARRIt HTII. 2 P. SI
er»l impror»<l »o 1 'it .li..p rove* paJ^"* l «
a MOW I -ESIRABI.K ow-outimiv.
r*>ill parti n Urn .' the
GKORGE VV. BARD R. E. CO
City Hal! Rutldlnc. N.. 11.
nem t.i entran-e; T»lephcr« 3.~W W.
Brooklyn Property for a c j__
0 1 ( *l \i \ Oil tnu bit corn** C0»W». r>u.Mr«
bl.ljiMj.UU *1*» reout«d; '. yews to p* nah.m».
v," n.-i.i -tfniHif. ai>vvhtisi:h rt* f:»'t vt> >• i
Country Property to Let. j
ADIRONDACKS |
Ij,k« PlaclJ rot Rent- I-arr* camp. T^» acre,-.. M» f«*t ;
ake%i eoffl»aa«Bsl a" view.. <- o t<a»e oontßlM ■£_<•»
vcnJeac«a Launch, boats rartkutars. pftotosraphs-
S. H. CHAPMAN,
Prexel Ntdr . I>htladetpM». s
COTTAGES FOR RENT
tor. >11\_-ON OF I*o*.
SOUTHAMPTON. L. 1.
ALFRED E. SCHERMERHORN,
7 EAST «U> ST. NEW TOItK CITY. ;
TO H.ENT.— In otsego Co . en th. upper Susqu-hanna. .
amoaa Mi- foothills of wr-t-rn slope fatsaltlfc. in I
- rea'oii hill Indian lure, a |fnt!fm»n'i . ».intr> r«t
.leiir"' left "> Infant; t«e gu»r'll»r. would rent for sum- ,
and autun.n; the home kufMitr ''■;':•'• br^d
niai'a '♦ rooms, fumlahe.l complete: 'li»he». table I
linen hair mauresn. bedding, bath: s^rtna water, tee: '
eajrrlaa* hous. stables: unaded lawn*, te.nl*. bo*t: aIM |
tude l *.»>. all hours ftom New York: »l"0 per month
„r $>«io prr -a' Tor information, photo*. Mrs. \VM. j
BIIU>SAI.I.. HaTßltteaj. N. T. ,
A I HW*V X. T.. IN 'BEtttiSlHttES. j
Btearaßl '-' rtiom house: bath, toilet, running water:
l.arrl mithutldip*.!*: 13 ***** fruit orchartl; one-«l(h:b ,
mile" from utatloa rent *•">"«• May to «.»ctober; photos. '
»'r mn nrr><4 train* «tatlv from New York.
" c ' II t» iTRTIS I'AVIS.
200 Broadway |
T.> LET FOR SI'MSIER. at i'hlm:iey Pr.ir.i. on Tji«o !
I rham»latß ■ furnished rentder.r-. large lawn with I
trees room '■'•" h»raa barn fur span If rtes'.red: fins gar- !
.i*t. with .-arlv fruit; nt.tr «><» en let; 1; no way a cheap ■
pU^ Address Mr* J. W. wnuiHT. Chimney P«tnt.Vr ;
\ M MMtK HOTEL TO LEASE.
4.; bedroom*, furnished: alt Improvement'; on account .
illneae \l'l>'>" LUKE KII>ERT. 3« North Grove ay... j
Hamniels. V.».cka»ay n«ach. N. T.
A. —To LET— At Ell;»h»thtf>wr. N. Y. hnuse; all
inii>roveni<'nt«: «-tectrio li«-ht . house ana' barn: large |
.tana t'-..i hoteia: «ye m!n<ite» from golf ground. Ao- :
EryPARTRinOE »W Kroa,l»av.
mo i ET. — April lat never. roeas hou-e. hath: im
t prtiv^n>«:us: 133 North rnJMrtea aye . Montclatr;
rrn>. t®>. _______^____
City Property for Sale.
"ow^" v Y.QUrJ 4HOME4 HOME
BI'V VOl'R OWN ArAHTME-NT.
LIST VAtAXCIKS AUK NOW ortERED
rtomntown location. beK.w iJHh afreet. 14-ator]
modern a.b»olut«ly arapreal bulWlnc; «tl ronvan
l«n. <■• '■. fln» invsatnwnt. also a p«rrn»n»ni and
V,e»ut:ful »'»>"•• h«art of •*•»• "• »•*•• •"? no
r«nt 4 !ar»» roor.ia. bath, foyer hall. 1 lar*« j
•laa*t£. full aiaad lilt. hen. all outaMa J'.";n'»: ™\y
*.•) t vio- to.. in duplex apartment. $20,000: IS
V(kmii«' .» «r ■» hatl.a. B bedroom*, "ai""
c-7.-.(«'v '« rooms. *r.5.00<»: best reference requir«U.
V-HARI.C9 I BERO and D O. MAI.iOI.M.
\r<hll««ts :>TI sth Avt Windsor Arc*d«k. ;-
Only a few Vaearrtea OMatnaMe.
Tor Plans and P»»tl«:«!ar» aa*
T ftth." C haii-- E. Force, ••;.,
„,., BETTL.E BSTATE. would sail desirable ri»*ld*ni*
n«^rty «>•»« willusi of The Bron», near Subway;
.- how in.l BromJs. «lxl*» fact. liberal Uraii. la
«^r^£^™ A £' *" r *"' I<cth st •
HE AT BARGAIN.— Six »tory apartment hou»a; all
\T modern Improvements; 33 West 1.~.".th St.: only
*T. 50« r.sh needed, H. J. MAYER • 00.. own-frs. 201
Greenwich •* .
Horsy; FOR ■*!*—•••* at.. N * 21 Wasr: *• fe«t **
100- thi»« atorlea and basement; 10 rooms and two
■ thrnTJs prlre. ui.l.i.liiiK furniture. reduced to 120.000.
£oj!oTSt BROa. *•« RnoaUw,,. Now Tort.
T^DVRSTORT nnowNarpN*£ HOCSB «ni lot. »,loe
"i? ft. Inquire Bremlsss. 334 Baal CS^I at.
Instruction.
\ \ 7ANTED.— Fartieolsta for bearding m-hool of inde
\'Y Bendant coursea and board by th« year far eirl II
•ears aa* bey » J«*rs old. Kindly lu.'.vra
yean »-a . jacob j IIAA9.
• M Fer«>t Ay«.. Tko Breax. Mew Tom ciur.
Auction Sides of Beal Estate.
Bryan L. Kennedy. AucV*
will sell at auction
Wednesday. Match 27. 1907
ax II o'clock noon, a: the Exehans* Salesroom,
14-18 Vesey st,
113 & 115 Broad St.,
25 & 27 Front St,
Southeast Corner.
This choice pint, with th# four story BrteH
buildings thereon; siz« of plot T6.UxT6. Uiaaj .
magnificent location for offlces. arorat* or any
business, being 1 near th* Custom House an* all
exchanges.
Mapa. *•• at auctioneer' s« e>fH<>#». 7 fin* at-
BRYAN L. KENNELLY. Auctlootey.
"■"'. at!', at a »<-tU>a
Wednesday, April 10, 1907,
at 12 •v»<-;k no^n. at th* Exchasg* aaiearaasa. aaVaj
Teaa) at..
Executor's Sale
Catat* o#
Wva. 1.. Trsaaiahn. Bars).
312 W. 73d St.
•""TV*-"* Svb«4i> Sltns'un.
T^e rr.»T-iIfK-«ut fly« Met) an.} ;«*-m»i!t pr«aa' I krtcis
and afi>ne Dajslllsai electric ras— njtr aaasssma-; r\\ '.lattto.
rbrs* .treasdna rac>ni.<»; trint!S»d In hard woods; t>*aurlfui;>
• i»-or»:- by Hayri^n St Ca. ii.» ay.. and window* »y Tif
fany. Hr>«»B> buUt to nr<fcr by Harva>- Slurd^'X ami 4»
•!*ne<t br «>a»l.» r. Tf. «3!Ib«»;. SHjs of lot »s«l«e *
Perpetuat »?'*e »s^r on the wnr.
Csil Ml X IK\«H>RU -\tfj9.
3U BROAD ST
Ma?». *c. with atterJJejs cr at aucttonaWa, mi&c+%. T
rtne st.
Brvevn L. Ken nelly. Auc'r.
»:U aell at a'ic!..->n.
Wednesday. March 27. 1907»
at 13 o'clock n<x»B. at th» F.x-h.invr' 9«?e»roen».
14 ;.; \— . 3t .
Executor's S&.lc
Estate of
Georgia E. Cay van. Dec'd.
by prtl»r Daniel Frohman. E*et.-ut«r.
351 West 122 d St..
Near Moi*ningaide Park. East.
The hm(«<ir> and well *ml!^ three story an.t >>aasa»«BS
>r>wti st..n» pwelllnc. In s<x>-l order: hardwood trim,
>p-i: pluniMnc. *.-.: alie of Jot t*»^t>O.tt.
Messrs. Straley &■ HaabreA«aa.
Attorneys, Jftil- 7 'Rroadwa.v.
Mar* *<• »lth Attorne.T» or at Auctioiteat'a eflNaaV *
"laa a>
Ixmg Island Real Estate for Sale,
FULL INFORMATION
in »x- Selected Us* of Long Island sTataiaa
Mall-'-f fvea on r«»jae»t to tutandjaa} par*
mmii i ■cues co . Isa B'tu. it T-
To Let for Business Purpote*.
The Factory
a Factor
__ ______^ __— — — — — — *
AntKipatins th« wants of tb» SbMU
manufacturer who requires plenty «<
light, air and unobstructed Coor
spare, we are erwtin« right in tt»
heart of lion*: Island t!ity a »erl«a> ot
four story modern labor aavlng fac
tory bHii«l!iip«. equipped with all
safety appliamtts. assuring a »«rjr
low rate of Insurance.
Th?se fattor!«» are> for 6ale en csa-
Teni«*o» term* or to rent In &oca% ar
as nil entirety. s*l
\\>it*> for our Vok of pans awl
schedule. "A Study In How to Own
a Factory Instead of raying Kent."
It tell:* the storr.
to minutes from downtown or •!>•
town New York by Subway.
LONG ISLAND CITY
FACTORY CO.
Now York Office* 140 Naxaaaw Si.
LARGE STORE TO LET
SIETHOrOIJTAIf REAI.TT CCUDINa
tFlr«procr.> Fronting rroohiyn Hrldae. •„•» !tM.
218-13 TTIU-lAM ST..
Id AND 20 ROSE ST.
rOWKX. BEAT. *c. PAT AND NIGHT.
mm i fn!m ml. *b^h ?? ««.
T»ART or KECONT* fXOOn orflCD to rtnt raaaonablT
J. to 4««trat>l« partita: apod location: a«ar •t««atet ar.J
tubwaj. K. MOLSTOB. 401 West Mm at-
Country Property for Sale or to Let.
TWO-FAMII/T HOrsKB TO MET
« AND 8 T«OT STREET
Ttorou*h!y modern All lmDrovea««U
HandsonMly J«fWM»d
Lrtwrr floor. 9 rooms and >>ath. rtat fW
l*pp«r floor. • rooess and bats, red 99
HO I iBS ANl> UXT» FOR SALS
PRICES REASOXABI£
TERMS TO SI IT 11,'BCHAfiEKS
tBN'O n>R 'JSr
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