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A ion Sale* of Real Estate.
Straws Show Which Way the Wind Blows! I Since flu- lOrt Washington Syndicate announced two weeks ago that it would close out its busi ness hv ;ui AUCTION SALE of its property on Washington Heights bounded by "5 181 st 177 th Streets Broadway Riverside Drive* INCLUDING 239 LOTS, There Ims been a large demand for it at private sale from Investors, Operators and Builders who real :/.<■• the splendid qualities of this property . They see i n this offering a chance to buy which is without parallel. It is the intention of the Fort Washington S yndicate to offer this fine MANHATTAN PROPERTY at public auction without reservation or protection. Every parcel will be sold absolutely to the highest lmider. Take Opportunity by the Forelock* You, -who have been awaiting an opportunity for safe, conservative investment, Examine This Property carefully: look into the -terms of sale; and you will see the reasons for the great demand for it. See the sjreat building operations now going- on about it: note their high grade; compare this section with the middle West Side, from 72d to Stfth street, of twenty years ago. TUESDAY, APRIL 20, At 14 Vcsey Street, is the day and the place of sale. Terms will be most liberal. Of the purchase price there may remain on mortgage for I, 2 or 3 years j.i .. _ . 60°» at A%%, 70% at 5%, 80?^ at 5%%. SEXD FOR A BOOKLET JOSEPH P. DAY, Auctioneer, - 31 Nassau Street. Idand Real Estate for Sate. ft^lpn Settle/ ROSLYN*. LONG ISLAND. in the Heart of the Wheatley Hills Bfsutiful ar.<l most tsusual home s;tes !n a. d ■ restricted residence park, adjolr.inj; the town, easr t\u.:k to station, electric light, cen "r>; T,«t-V Eastern. &c. Plots St to 3 acres .;.-.. m •"••> ci;y lots equivalent), costing from j; -".in aji Th« HEST VALVE for deslrab> all-year fcoa*« in any " direction around New York. Don't buy a suburban home until you have f EFN Roslyn Eftates — Its fln« old trees, beau tiful !andVcaj,ine. artistic environment, and BU , ,-«£tful deveioproer.t. F-i! inforniatior. on request. Dean Alvord Co. ill Broadwtv. New York. 'Phone 3195 Rector. _ tTtn-JjH— ONE AM) TW~» FAMILY HOUSES; »500 rTf"!'s^aV.ce like lent. HEUCHEU 15&3 E. lath CHANCE FOR IXFESTORS. F Washington Syndicate to Sell ■ Lots at Auction. ■ ■ - ■ . -ioii in g« va ■ ■ tuaj pos :ry on • -- popu- It has taken some time for the building move "!•*■:• t<> reach Its present centre about the lSlst •■'•'•* sul.wny station. That ••- the active place *;.i« year, and for fall rental there will l>e ready s gwxj i:-jT!:ber of hißh-class houses ranging in Mza Ironj those of five stories on two lots to preat «ru< tures covering entire block fronts. Broadway. Bt Nicholas and Wads Worth avenues are t-:r.^ al most solidly built from ITTth to 3S3d streets and •'>;•* rut! oris nn the crosstown streets are being com pleted right over to Fort Washington avenue. «>n the east Bide of Fort Washington avenue sev eral large houses are being erected and on the west «=lde are two. which mark the western boun 'iarv of this year's operations. On the west side of Tort "Washington avenue at 161 st street the Pine hurst Realty Company have just built two new ».ouse.s and, although the renting season does not begin for several months, a pood part of the new tpare is already occupied. The development throughout this section Ss of a rr^ce distinctly superior to that of the older apart ment Louse n>-*gfjbo!hoodr of Washington Heights. Property ger.*-rai!v lias passed to a. better class of fcioQSwn for development, and, as though by mutual tcr*€taer;t, xiif-y have maintained the district free frcm such construction as mars the lower part of Che Heights. The e'.evator spartni'-nt house, • reproof, of plx Btortes, is the principal prad** of construction fbo^t "81st ftreet. As a rule the" houses are on plots of at lem 100x100 f«»et. This years deretopment extends right up to the property r.f the Fort Washington Syndicate. 229 ts cf wfaleb v.ill be sold at auction In building: plota on Aura :'■. Tnis property Is the only large trart c;j i,.~ Hoij;:,ts which Is ready for d^velop «nfr,t. It has been ujd out tn blocks of as near 200 f**t square ts i-Ohfllile. ho that practically every >oa« erected there 5n future wiil be on a corner. Tfce titr#-pt!oii to this is along Kiverslde Drive. Ti^re z*ir Un<i is high, rising to maybe elxty fret Above tbe I^ri\e leveL By a simple operation the ■rort V.'iLshir.Kton Syndicate has n.ade ••.in a most beautiful residence or apartment house street. The ♦sh side of the Drive, facing Fort Washington **?*. nas bee.-i terraced, ai;d on top of th« terrace t SortT-foot street, known as Riverside Terrace. cat b^n lai<i out. reguiated. tsewered. curbed and wI.V-h wi'l 1^ la effect a private drive irom isi« gtrwt or 177 th street and Riverside J vc to tl.- progeny on the westerly sido of the "Ct to be 6o :d APARTMENT HOUSES IN TRADE. Max Slaix h as sf ,i,j for tlle Audllton Park Sj n . •c«c. througr , W il»am A. rung, to James IJ^r., the plot -f ci*! lt |ot« on north .Me of |-..n jireet, iv, feet »esi or Broadway. M X S9 11 ' and b&s »ak«-n In part pajment the two rive _ y elevator apartment houses. Sue. m and 191 C< *"- avtaue on plot ISO.^ii feet. Hi O'Brien iuetion Sales of Real Estate. BRYAN L. KENNELLY, Auct'r Will Sell at Auction Wednesday, April 14, 1909 Wednesday, April 21, 1909 at :2 I'Clock Koon cr the BXCHANGJi BALE3ROOM. :4 l>f Vesej SI 2,009 Amsterdam Aye., running through to W. S. St. Nicholas Aye., 50 feet south 160 th St.. the choice plot; size of plot. 50x107.0x56.t0x117.1. 45 West 53d St., between Bth and 6th »if« he four story basement ami cellar hijfh stoop brown j alone front Dwelling; Fire of lot. 20x100.5. W. J. ROOM E & CO.. Agents, 177 Madison Aye. SAME DAY. Northeast Corner Amsterdam Aye. & 181 st St.,! WASHINGTON BRIDGE PARK. Choice plot, being 100 feet on Washington Uri'l?' Park ! and "R fret on Amsterdam are., bein« a most m&Rnlfl- ; <ent location f"r hotel or apartment; 70 ptr cent may remain on mortgage at "' a per r»nt.' Augustine & Hopping, Attys., 261 R'way. MAPS. ETC.. AT AUCTIONEE Unfurnished Apartments to Let. ! i "THE. BOWNETTIL" i ! Number 11 West 81st Street. | 1 I A FEW APARTMENTS LEFT J Jin the most beautifully located and appointed- Apartment House in the city, # i » facing Manhattan Square and overlooking Central Park; consisting of Eleven j * all outside rooms and three baths. ? 1 I There being one apartment on a floor makes it most exclusive and de- S |i Arable Do not- fail to bee them before leasing elsewhere. They are ready 4 I i for immediate occupancy and trie most favorable leases granted. J j For further particulars apply to A. P. COB CRN, on the premise*. J a Telephone— 6377 River. 4 _ , ' >m^ %^^^^^^.s>^.^^/<a < *^sva^^^ /^s^^/a A> V<^s A^«jfc<A^^ <^^^^ n^ ~A.ft.-fnE PEMBROKE Furnished Apartments to Let. No. 121 Madison Avenue A very handsomely furnished Apartment of eight rooms; an ideal summer apartment; can be seen from 1 to < P. M. will erect an HRht story flreproof apartment house on the 156 th atreet plot. SALE OF BRYANT AVENUE PLOT. John A. Stelnmetz has sold a plot, IStxSl fMst. at the south* ret comer of l&Otti stret and Bryar.t avenue part of the estate of Rachael Purdy. for one of the heirs. Also sold for Herman Schumacher to Charles Meyer. No. 478 Fllhnore street, Van Nest, a two family house on a plot. 25x100 feet. WILL WIDEN SIDEWALK AT 42D ST. The Hotel Metropole properly, at «d Street and Broadway, is to be extensively Improved. The glass and iron extension on the Cd street end of th* building Is there by virtue only of an easement, and therefore this could not be transferred or leased to the new lessees, the D. A B' hulte Cigar Company. J« will be removed* and the width of the sidewalk. on the south aide of 42d street, be tween Broadway and Seventh avenue, will therefore be increased by about fifteen (■••<•• The Hotel Metiopole building Is to he diverted on the ground floor to provide for four Krge stores. XEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1000. Auction Sales of Real Estate. 257 WEST END AYE. Adjoining West 72d St., t"h<» four «.iry and baßeir.eot Indiana limestone dwell ing; 12 rooms and bath, butler's pantry; open plumb j ing. hardwood trim, some parquet floors; heated by j steam; size of lot. 16.8x68.19x irregular. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 2 & 4 E. 97th St. Adjoining Fifth Aye. The two five-story brown stone front single apart ments; size of plot. 37.f1x100.11. SAME DAY. I 715 MADISON AYE. Near 63rd Street, The four story and basement high stoop brown stone j anil brick apartment, with store; passenger elevator- I open plumbing; steam heat, electricity: 3 rooms and bath in each apartment; size of lot 20x100. Jit.-' OFFICE.^ 156 . BROADWAY. Unfumishe: 1 Apartments to Let 4) 4l! WE S " D 6TRBET •- MODERATE T WB -■±— nlshed rooms: parquet floor; private dwelling in restricted neighborhood; references required *' City Property for Sale. MURRAY HILL. Four story, hirh »toop. brownstone dwelllns Between Madison and Park avenue* 23x100. Price Just reduced RENWICK. C. HURRY & CO • WEST 28TH ST. City Property to Let. FOR RENT 4 STORY BRDWXSTONE HuISE 13 ROOMS AND 2 BATHS ON WEST 69TH ST ''AN BE SEEN HY APPOINTMFVT THOMAS & ECKERSON 35 West 3Oth St. On the «d street front there will also be four stores, one store running the entire length of the first floor en the Seventh avenue front. At the «.>uiti end of the building on Broadway there will be an entrance to the upper part of the building, arid this part of the building will be leased for re spectable hotel purposes, or It may be turned into an office rmlldir.y. SALES AT GREENWOOD LAKE. W. H. Airrinjla has sold at Gieenwood T^ake a plot 5cx200 feet, to M. Rudolph ; a plot MtaaM feet, in J. B. Brant; a plot 15^x100 feet, to 1... Wulker: a plot STxIJOO feet, to A Sharman. and half an acre of woodland to Gaskln W. McDonald. Seven bungalows are being built at the iako. Country Property for Sale. The $100,000,000 ■r ■■!■■ I * BBBBas^lßs^asl Long Island Improvements Almost Superfluous That's what we of Arverne, L. 1., believe, where our town is concerned. Why shouldn't we? The wonderful East River Bridges and Tunnels, costing this sum, can hardly be of great benefit to us. You see, our transportation problem is practically solved. From Arverne it takes 2'J minutes via third » Arverne's New Addition Arverne has Jong been notod for its beauty of surroundings, it is the enbodiment of all that is desirable «>n Long Island. Pur chasers of this property can ■■" <■ what they are jtayiug for. And while the place is 8 veritable garden by the sea, you are not beinjr charged for the landscape effects. <iood. hard, practical reasons are given for every dollar's worth of value, and the prices are lower than would s<>e[u reasonable. But for its former limited territory Ar rerne would have surpassed Atlantic I'ity in every one of its attractions. Everything that make- Atlantic «'iiy the moat popular of TVHteriiiK places is found at Arverne. Smart Hotels. Casino. Boardwalk and a fine beacii attract the pleasure lover. A Created Opportunity Heretofore Arverne property has been held at a premium. Its boundaries were limited and expansion hardly practicable. On account of Its beauty and accessibility ihe excessive demand for resits forced ihe annexation of new territory. The work of expansion began last year. Vast store- of energy, skill and lat»>r have been expended on the development of for merly unavailable territory. Unavailable, because in the possession of various people who were content to lie idle. #A CRAFTSMAN HOUSE nion coRisLKSToriL TCHinniY-FOTCUWOUSLY SUGGESTSTHLCHAHCTO °riT^>UniQUL THIS TYPB OF SUBURBAN HOME is a combination of art. comfort and econo my, including fireproof features in hollow brick, with tile, slate or asbestos roofs. We design and A.- them anywhere for a stated yum all under one contract and bond of completion, lending from CO to To per tent. of the cost if ■'-• "Ire!. All materials and unique devices prepared In our own shops. Including woodcraft, metal wori and wall reliefs. No objection to building according to your > own plans and specifications We invite your inspection 1 of many attractive houses and bungalows hullt in the last few years, also numerous sketches at our studios. Our work Is in a class by Itself. No in crease In cost over ordinary types. BUILDEKS^CKAFTSMEN COMPANY 38WE5T 3Z»SP STKttT NEW\ORK IIIVLSTIGATL OUR BUILD! nqriLTHOD WATER FRONTS. I have for sale and rent nil the water front places OB 1.0r.g Isiand Sound, one hour from Brand Central Station Including eeveral of the lament an 1 hand somest ' properties which have ever been offered and two of which must be sold to close estates. ALSO home heavily timbered plots, with water privileges, in highly restricted section. Ideal for artists; all year round bungalows, being only thirty minutes from Grand Central and havlnr from l'» to i res of s;ro md CHARLES PERRIN. AOS Fifth Ave>.. (or. 42nd St. FACTORY FOR SALE, AT SOUTH NORVVALK, CONN., 500 feet from New Haven It. It. Station: formerly of Adams Bros., hat manufacturers, now deceased. Let 16* by 111 feet, corner Railroad avenutj and clay street. Bteam engine, boiler, nhaftlnp. etc. Must be sold to close eitateo. ?!<U>OO. Inquire of HENRY SEYMOUR. Executor. South Norwalk. Conn. Summer Home f"r Sa!e> LAKE CHAMPLAIN On Chimney Point, opposite Port Henry. So acres, fine groves fruit, tine house of 10 rooms, also barns ana [arm hou*t. Elecaßt location for country home or hotel. Buildings In fine condition house alone would cost $8,000. c Price, 10.000. . H. E. "WRHJHT. Admin . ESSEX JUNCTION, VT MAINE COAST A beautiful modern cottage, with perfect plumblnß. hot and cold fresh anil salt water, nine rooms with bath; i~aseo Bay. near Portland; direct line of steam ers- houke completely furnished. Including all bedding, linen, towels, china. rugi«. etc . ready for occupancy; $,".00 for season. Apply to FR4NK 11. MOFFATT. 57 Uilliam St., New York City. yoSKERS. 47 ELINOR PLACE, 400 FEET FROM i- Van Cortlandt Park; taken for debt, there! can and will sell very low; '.> large. - J small rooms and bath. hardwood trim and floors; all improvements; complete renovation and betterments just finished; plot S7'2X 10. r >; Caryl Station. '.' minutes; commutation via stoam and' ■'1..' lie; downtown, 3."i minutes; trolley a nil nub way. 4 minutes; downtown. UN-; worth $10,500 to-day; pries prior t-> May Ist $8,230; (1 OuO c-asli. balance eu«y mortgage; If not sold then, will rm( for $00,00 and hold for Its real value; open Sunday; reason anxious to Bell, don't want to bother with !t. ami satis fied to cet out whole. We are money loanera not real emate dealer* BANKER* LOAN & INVESTMENT CO.. 74 Wall st. New York. I7OU SAL.E. I FAIIM 240 ACHES (ACCIDKNT COMPELS SALE) 9 ROOM HOUSE, painte.l and blinded. In good repair; extra fln« cellar under whole house; huusr rained at S3.CUO; * barna in goo.! r»phlr. valued at ?-.i»»>. 1-" ton silo, value.i at $173- running water at S»— aad barn; rich lean lauJ; marhlne moved field*; all stack, 27 head; 3 horse*, all farming machinery, pleasure wapons, all valued at $3.5*10; co to nuUk buyer (or we will sell in 10 di\*. at auction). We have b«rn offered $1.0110 for 12 of the tows; 4 miles from Pto.ktri.m-- or 1 mil* from Electrics; price - ■•; all Si utK): one-half i-ash. *'' D. R. nilt.NEI-L CO.. West gtockbrtdge. Mass UKK GEORGE, N. V. For Fale. '!■:■■ property known a.- th* "Studio"; frame dwelling. 11 rooms, running; water. Icehouse. boathou»e; lake front. Price S7.o(i<>. Full particulars of MEASE * FM.IMAV 300 Madison Aye., N v IN THE BERKSHIRE HILLS. For sale, a beautiful little farm of 10 acres mnnoth. rich, levsl land, gram] \ltw from house; I 1I 1 . inilt-e from ■tat Son. all modern Improvements in house, whl.h U \ en large; 2 story mil wing; hay win-low; -' \rran'lms, fine stable ami all kinds at fruit In Hreat abundant*; price »rt.(i<N., easy terni!> A>idre»« H. C. WOODIN. Bh M. Great Harrington Mass. \"\7ANTED.— INFORMATION ItEOARDINa A i;o<>D \V farm for sale; not oarticilar about location; wish to hear from in ricr only, who will sell direct to buyer: (tl-.e price description and slut* when powmlon can l>e had \,i-.« 1- i>AllHYbilll:U !'■* I'JOl V. Kuchtater. X. T. Country Property for Sale. rail electric train to reach the subway in Brooklyn. Twenty minutes' ride from there and you are in the heart of Manhattan. And this is but onr of five all-rail routes. Greater population can certainly give us no better stores, markets, churches and schools than we have. Even theatres are in close proximity. The task ims just beeq completed. Tlie new addition is open t<» the puMic You must see Arverne t" realise i - ~ riority. What Influences Your Decision ? When you consider buying real estate, what qualification do you make? In the first place, you consider accessibil ity, You want to be close to Manhattan. And yet not pay too much for the privilege. It is desirable to stay within the city limits. You thereby gala such municipal advantages as schools, police and fire pro tection. Mainly you want a place that is desirable both as to health and surround inp*. And transportation, its quality and •••>'■ is a poteni factor. These are all necessary considerations. wl#ther you take the viewpoint of an in vestor or a home seeker. A Departure from Old Methods The time-worn methods of realty .v^ra tors are lo claim for their particular vicin ity all the virtues. You will find that their mosl attractive <-!ainis are based on what the future holds, in fact, inflated values and future advantages usually go hand-in-hami WATCH HILL, R. I. PIKfcXTL,T ON ATLANTIC OCEAN. ' Accessible— 4 hours from New York. 2 from Boston. Cool- Salt water on three sides. Drinking water- Unfallins supply pure string, under pressure. Exceptional Mail. Telephone an i Telegraph facilities. Macadam Roads. Electric Lights. Deep Sea or Inland Buatir.a*anii l-'ishing. (vbsolutcly safe surf bathing Unexcelled Golf Links and Tenr. y'.'ourts. Cottages full* furnished for keeping; rent, JV<O to J4 "'»> season. At other nearby Ocean Shores. $100 to (1.000 For particulars and descriptions write FRANK W. COY, <; High Street, Westerly. R. I. NEWROGHELLE Fine re>idence. uteam heated, electric light*. an, It rooms, billiard room. i bath-.. 4 open fireplace*. ."i£-fi>nt veranda, corner plot 130x150. garage '.'.ix'^.V 3 minute* from Sound and 3 minute- from depot. FOR SALE. Inquire W. H. OSBORN, .> BEEKMAN ST.. NKW YORK CITY. BEACON HALL Luxurious summer apartments In New Kochelle; private porches, pagoda on roof; large French windows, awnings. screens, ■evcrythine possible for SIMMER comfort; rent $45 up T. W. MEIGHAN, 220 Main St.. N,.v Rochelle. FOREST PARK GREENWOOD LAKE Plots fr.»ntins and others overlooking lake, 0 miles Ions;; elevation over BOfl ft.; surrounded by mountains; nshins. bathlnjr. motor and all kinds of boatine. A paradise of nature t'i ramble In for "■kodakers" or health seekers. Bungalows built from your own j>i;ms. Terms same as rent. Send for Booklet De Luxe. W. H. A..KKOI.A. 100 Fulton St.. New York. il■• :\ ■ I.KMAN COUNTRY II. A' i.. ON PALISADES. \Jf opposite Dobba Ferry: modern dwelltagr. 14 rooms, bath butler's pantry; steam heat, open plumbing; !."> acres; park, woodland, tennis grout '.- lake; beautiful mountain scentnr an.l drives: stable. c^rriagi: house. Kardeiier's cottage; j.rlce lIH.UU6: about -'."> 000 cash re fiulre u. F. E. KRUEGER. 133 Oih ate. -I I tKKV KOI Xl \M> MMMI. N. Y. A fine, modern residence, all Improvements; one and one-ball acr*> plot: very desirable: sacrifice price on account of owner being away. Write for Information. ALFRED HALL. Agent. Country Property for Sale or to Let. QTRAWBERBT HILL, STAMFORD. CONN. >5 For Bale - Gentlema - all yrar country place of nine acres- most beautiful section; house contains six masters an I f>ur ««>i\ants" bedroom", tlnt-e master's ami one ser vant's bath; house ■ rich lined ; electricity ana steam heat; lam greeniii-us--. 1.-ehoiise. oow barn, i-hlck-n hoi:9-». t-«^l li.->u»<- ani' g-.rdeners cottage; all buildings in first class condition- KarJ«-ns j.lanted; can be rented furnishe-J for summer nion.ns. For terms aii I particulars adJress PROPERTY. Room ■• MrtioiMilis Bldß.. New York flty. SMALL POINT BEACH, MAINE. Eastern horn of CaaCO Bay: for rent or .ale. furnished; 10 rooms. - baths. Apply to Or. FOI.TZ. Chestnut Hill. Philadelphia Pa , Real Estate. If nt'IM>KKS desire Sites at I'roper Prices — ANTHONY & CO. h&ve them. If SPECULATORS desire liargalr.s ANTHONY & CO. ha^ve them If IIOMESEEKEKS ilesire Res Homes ; at reasonable prices an.l easy terms ANTHONY & CO he^vo them j If you wish the Best j you naturally go to the largest dealer. ' Go to ANTHONY & CO., | 1856 Coney Island Aye. Establlsheil iSC". Incorporated 190" RULAND & WHITING CO. REAL ESTATE 5 FFEKVAN ST. NEW YO*!< SI L'.SOI I d,.e May 15. I0C». or 17 uninsi ;r "ci li.ri* with r.Ulrbad rwltch, or will .«e!i at S^SOU per lit; Hu- boken, N. J. This is a safe in\.-sni;»nr either way ' tS. WOOD. K.H.in t> im> I Ma.lis.-.rt a\p. City Apartment Hotels. HOTEL ABERDEEN WEST S?l» M KKET. ISrtueen Mil Air A Uruadwa.r Cirlualva surroundings, with cumpl«l« •ervlc* in all detatla. Attractive > ntn ■nd superior accumtßixlailoßa for tran •lent* Bp*cloua Apartntents. n;;a room • Dil lath to eight reeeaa and tout baths. »'uriii»a«a ur ui. furnish^. i nn lea*« V P. UaTUawat. alaoa««r. Country Property for Sale, So. bear this in mind, whatever claims urn made for Arvenie, you'll find borne out upon mvestigatioß. We deal with to-day— not to morrow. There is no room In our state ments for work of the Imagination. What we want you t> do is to come to Arverne. We like to show what we've ac complished. Ana you won't regret the trip, nor we the visit, If you don't decide to join the community. You Should Have This Book The necessity for an early visit to Arvern© will be obvious to you who would secure the choicer locations. But it is just as important that you have our booklet. Be sides telling: of An—l in picture and story, it contains priceless information as to what you should seek and what is to be avoided in the selection of any property. [Tpoa your request and at our own expense we will mail you this booklet. Write for it to-day. Somerville &• Somerville Selling Agents Arverne'* New Addition Arverne. L. 1. Brooklyn Office. 192 Montague St. BARGAIN! Beautiful place a: big sacrifice, within commuting distant* of New York. nineteen acres; modern housa of eighteen rooms, three baths; all hardwood through out; large veranda extending across the entire front; elevation 5.V> feet; magniflcent views of surrounding country for twenty miles; coach house-; »Ix single, two box stalls: room for twelve c&rrtases; living quarters with ail Improvements for married man; cow barn. chicken houses, etc. Thta Is an Ideal gentleman's cuuntrv or all year round residence, surrounded by many beautiful homes; tine garden: fruit: greenhoujies; plenty of shade trees; cost $65,000; owner will sell at one* for $40,000. Lowerre & Walton, £^7, &©» FIFTH AVKNII, N. Y. Nautilus Park *£££ NEW ROCHELLE. V Y. A tract of 21 building tots for sal?. with th» following attractive features: ■Water front and water privilege*. Curb and gut tered streets; water. was. electricity and aewer already Installed. Each lot ready for a. hou»« with all sseserß Improvements. Restrictions that tncreaao their vaiU4 with every bouse erected. Three lots already built upon. They Ire 180 a front foot NOW; they will NEVER b- any leas. MEIC.HA>' LANI> CO.. »•• Main St.. New Ko» helle. >'. T. Furnished Houses to Let — Country. ON ITPER SAKANAC UhF Adirondack Mountain- CAMP FOR RENT Beautiful furnished camp readj- for ocrupancy. Boats. Launch. Tennis Court. Xear fine Go!f -.** A Miwt Desirable Summer Horn*. J. BEN HART. Wawbeek. N T. ARDSLEY-ON-HUDSOX Spacloua residence, well and completely furnished: 4 acrps: sajraaje garden, etc.; to rent for season or ionj period. HENRY D. WI.NA.NS & MAT. 740 Fifth aye. \T LAKE HOPATCONG— LARGE FXRNISHBD cottase to let: all modern improvements: highest elevation around the lake; near Hotel Brealln. For further Information call ■ - sjdMseas Mr. A. F. ROB ERTS, care of Francis H. Lssji 12« Frar.illn at., or Mrs. A. F. Roberts. 3H.1 Ellison St.. Paterson. X. J. New Jersey Real Estate. A.---PLAINFIELD, N. J. Property Ml East Front St.. n^ai* depot; lot ««x:;no feet. Beautiful nrw house. AIA, MODERN IMPROVE MENTS; nine large rooms, pantry, bath, extra lava tories, large attic: with or without fine atablo for 1 horses; carriaß- house, ararace. etc . price reasonable. Apply at premises or OWNER. TROJAN 1.10 Fult si . Room SMt. N«-w York City. A COUNTRY SEAT SACRIFICED, Far Hills, hour out; M a res tiisjheal state cultiva tion; woodland, streum. lake, grand vl*«i- 11 room residence, improvements; fine eutbutldlnfi farmers cottage: cost over t*>< <»*> price $.i«. A6«>- terma SAMUEL A. SMITH. 50 Church St.. 'Manhattan CALDWELL, N. J. Prar'.ous ten room attic houiw. line of trolley near station; Rfod c.-.ndltlon; all improvements; stable for two hi.roes; carriage room or Karate. Lor -'>-x4A«> Larg* lawn; comfortable, healthful hotrm. Prl>:« low lm~ rrifdlatd possession. ■ P. BACKUS •"••♦ 4 W CUntcn St.. Newark. at J. I- K. J.. ON m M OP IT* best streets, fcaa «cmc l«-room houa. In aoat «," c-. llent ronaitl>in; »xt > ,•£» front a.-J sl<le piazza* froanst* KaZA, on nluli »>•*• i» to ateasMM up «a d*l» statle. aci-ommoddtlon for four or live carrluccs or auto mobiles; at-our »*vßn m'nutea" walk t.> «»rov« >c ttatlan D.. U & \\. R. R. ; 33 m:itutes from ftih a\». »• i 2M st Address It »T OFFICE VOX Til. \» > York. Ctt>. I^OR RENT. (MAP" h:;:..- \ mow «X>T^ * ta<<"; o!i fa.ihlor.ed furniture; fourfoen acrat. kasasss nr.l jfarl. ;.. «t»- two huraes and carr!a«rti. tw«ntv rninutts from Wvokorf station: f.r.* view fine nelsfcNjr hooJ. A. R, liox t. Tribune Offle*. L\k HOPATCCCttt N J.— CMtacea fnr aa'.* au.l »> rent: »o:is*- bareains. e«peclai:y In hl«h <.!»»» orov eity. CAMrBEU, ISO liroadway. x. Y. EAST ORANGEX lit; ARLI.NT.TO.S AVE—FTX cc'.Sent locition. near Laokawaniuk scatter. nutetm huu«e; It room;*: hal!. Kith. Uiinjry. steam ■ .*• serene. hardwood. Innjulra ;>r^ni!»»». ' \ PARTS* TO L.ET . — "THE TENINGTONV ta -Tjl anj 17 I>n!ntt.->n St.. Newark. N. J. ; tLrmt. eSMBJ •II lm|>roT«B - i nitnuui from South St. atatlua p' R. ■ Rent $45. KI.W. ESTATE RKSITLTa AKF. r.KTAI.N IN oil \ hands. WII.UAM O MtLLEK. lac . H Market st. Newark. N. J. ; 'phont* 3S Newirit. _ — __ . , Brooklyn Property for Sale. ACKERSON houses "Fisfcc Terrace," Flatbush. j !l!Kh-r!a*it rteta.he«f one-family dwelMnga. «varr n>i'.!crn lmpro\emant Frlces i'9t2.MO t* Sti.OArt. S T. B. ACKERSON COMPANY fc*a II Station, Itrlchmn rleerh "U"' | N. V. tuti. f. 1 l.» Nassau St. ■■ ■^ASTERN PARK* BmmKI.TN TWO ST , . Rlßa . ±\i hl>;l>. baa«mrnt: $12,900; bruwn.^om boa atoen 1 l.<»l!h' : ex[«>»are; aultable for t»i> families; hot ntti h«ut I'or parlU-ulais ■:$ up -34U Spring, U. X. BKffT- 15