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BUYS ASHUXD HOUSE
A LSO . / DJOIXIXG SITE.
Philip Braendcr to Build Big Loft
Structure on Plots.
The attractiveness ft nudtown zones to large
numbers of investors and speculators was clearly
shown yesterday by the day's trading. The princi
pal transaction reported was the Kale of the Ash
land House property, at the southeast corner of
HM Eireet end Fourth avenue, and an adjoining
plot, with a frontage in -Ith street, by If. & L.
Uaaa for Hetry Corn to Philip Eraenrier. The
buyer Intends «o Improve the combined parcels,
formins a plot with a frontage of IS feet In Fourth
avenue and of 156 feet in ;4th etreet. with an
eighteen story and basement store, loft and office
structure. The entire deal will involve about
SLSOO/Dft.
The AFhiand House property was offered for sale
&t auction on ilarch 16. but was bid In by a repre
sentative of the cciato of Dr. Willard Tarker at
$350.««. Soon afterward Mr Corn bought the prop
erty from the estate and an adjoining parcel from
Horace H. BrotUway. •
Edgar & Curtis sold X<>. 410 Fourth avenue, a five
story buil.llng. IMxSS feet. The buyer is th« owner
of the parcel at Uie northeast corner of 2Sih street.
ad.ioiair.K
ilax Marx purchased from Rudolph Qelsoer the
triangular i)arcel at the Junction of Broadway and
Ishain and 2Uth streets, 13u7UxS5.S^xl«.9V2 feet.
H« now controls the entire clot fronting on \>r
miJyea avenue, Ishara street. Blth street and
Uroadway.
There was a report yesterday that Mrs. T. B.
Builer had sold N««. 433 Fifth avenue, a four story
end liasenu-nt dwelling house, on a lot 2LSH2 feet,
at Jlo.'AHt a frunt foot. It was also paid that plans
lor erecting a ten story business structure on the
Bite were being considerej.
I'lans liave been filed for two twelve etory apart
ment houses, each with twenty-nve suites, to bo
bunt for th* Edendale Construction Company from
plans by Schwartz & Gross. The buildings will be
In 7&th street. KM feet east of EUverside Drive.
Each will have a frontage of 65 feet and a depth of
SS feet, with facades <-t brick and trimmings cf
thnestoae and terra cotta. and will cost $300,030-
Another twelve story apartment house, to cost
SSO&OOft, will be built at the southwest corner of
Central I'ark West end Oth street by the Akron
Buiiainc Company. Tlie plans provide for thirty
seven suites, and were drawn by Schwartz & Gross.
Th« house will be of brick, limestone and torra
cotta. with a frontage or IS feet and ■ depth of
100 feet.
Plans hart also l^cn filed for remodelling the
five t-tory basement store at the southwest corner
cf Fifth avenue and S3d street, opposite the al
dorf-Attoria, and owned by Harrison G. Dyar and
De P. N. Knopf. It will be changed to a studio
building, with elevator service, and shops on the
eround floor. The Improvements are. to be made
for the Knickerbocker eyndicate. as lessee, from
designs by Augustus N. Allen, at a cost of $16,001
SALES OF BROOKLYN PARCELS.
Elcbard R Pl^rn has sold No. SS7 Lewis avenue,
a two story and oa?ement browr.stone dwelims
house, to the Realty Associates, and No. 65 Chaun
cey street, a two story and basement two family
browristone dwelling house, facing Fulton Park for
Slfctiida Brar.<!t. to August I^aux.
The firm of J. B. Ketcham. Inc.. has purchased
from a . iier.t >. -1526 Pacific street, near Albany
avenue, a four story. *** r° cm double flathouse, on
iplo*. r7.€xlOT feet.
Crescent Hill Improvement Company has sold at
Crescent Kill, on the Shore Road, in South Brook
lyn, plot 60x100 feet, in S3d street, to William W.
k Tracy: plot K«l(v> feet in 83d street, to Edward W.
)De Knight; three plots in Sid street, each x-";x '-'" ; '
feet, to Charles C. Valentine. James S. Mastennan
and Clarence A. Diehl. William U Dowling sold
the house built by him in E2d Etreet to Albert H. T.
Banzhaf.
PLAN BIG BRONX HOUSE
The Henry Mo: gent ha J Company has filed plans
for a six etery apartment house, to occupy a plot
117x20 feet, on the west side of Southern Boule
vard, between 153 d and Simpson streeta. It will
cost SGbO.uOO, and will have accommodations for 108
families.
LABORATORY FOR RESEARCH WORK.
Paul Kuhne. architect, has filed plans for a lab
oratory and menagerie for inoculation experimen
tation, to bfe built on the roof at the north and
south wings of the College of Physicians and Sur
etons, opposite Roosevelt Hospital, in West &9th
street. The construction will be steel fr^nie, filled
In with, cement plaster, an.l will cost $10,000. The
menagerie will contain fourteen cage?.
BUYS THE MOUNT CENIS.
Georj:* K. Baldwin has sold for Harry B. Davis
and Edward Wagner the Mount Cenls. a six story
apartment house, on a plot 100.11x90 feet, at the
frouthwebt corner of Murnlngslde avenue West and
116 th street. The buyer If Cyrus I*. Jones, of Ball
rton Spa, X. Y.
NEW EOCHELLE TRACT NEW OWNER.
ilrKenna ■ Pallen have sold for Justice Martin
J. Kehoe a plot at two arre? fronting on Weyman
avenue, near Pelham Itoad, al New Kochelle,
Westchester County. The buyer will erect a dwell
ing house for his own occupanry on the site.
MURRAY HILL HOUSE LEASED.
Doutillp Sm;tsi, tif Philadelphia, has teased for
three years a four. story dwelling house, Xo. 213
2£adison avenue, on plot S2xloo feet, adjoining the
■southeast corner of 2Cth street. The property
stands in the name of the City Real Estate Com
pany, -which acquired it in 1308. At that time It
was said the company wae acting for J. Tierpont
Morgan, who, report had it. had bought th<* prop
erty to control the tenancy of it. Sir. Morgan's
house and library occupy the block front to the
north. on Madison avenue, from 35th to 37th street.
TO BUILD IN THE DRIVE.
Hall J. How & Co. have cold for the Charlotte
Mount estate, to the State Realty and Mortgage
Company, a plot of three lots, 73x100 feet, on the
•outb side of SSth s-treet. tM feet east of Riverside
Drive, and have resoid it to the Camming Con
struction Company, which »iil improve the file
with an apartment house.
MARKET FOR AN UPTOWN HOUSE.
Porter & Co. have sold for Adolphus Ottenberg
tc Charles Riley. the Jour story brownstone dwell
ing house No. 112 West 121 st street. It Is on a lot
22x100.11 feet.
A NOVEL BROOKLYN PROJECT.
For th* ep«cia! accommodaiion of physicians and
-fleatists a 'we've story office building is to be
er«cted in Brooklyn on the south eide of Joralemon
ttrert, between Clinton and Court streets. The
structure is the project of th« Lotos Construction
Company, which -expects to have the building ready
for occupancy early next 5 ear. It will be built on
a lot 26xi<*.7 feet.
IN THE BROKERAGE MARKET.
Th« Sound Realty Company has sold through B.
•Kelson to s>gina C. Holmstrom a plot, Mdßi tat*.
to. Byron street, near 35th street.
?eese & ElUman have sold for Joseph Dillon No.
F.i West Tlst etreet, a three story and basement
c^rellinc bouse, on lot :7x:OC>.S feet, to a client for
ocrupaacjr.
The Meietar ft Bache Realty Company and Levy
& Starr have sold the five story double flathouse
No. 3 East mth street, on lot 2o.Sx!00.ll feet.
George E. Baldwin has cold for the Gray Realty
end Development Company to the Hudson-Grant
View Realty Omsaajr the Belle Haven, a six alary
apartment house, at No. 515 West l-4th street, on
plot 52x100.1l feet. The apartment house at Xos.
136 and 128 Clarcmont avenue, recently reported
■■•Id, was given In exchange.
Xurz & Dm have sold for a client six lots on
the north eld* of 241 st street. r<o feet east of Mar
tha avenue, for improvement; also sold two lots
on the north side of Duke street, 80 feet east of
ilount Verscn avenue.
Richard Dickson has sold for Jakoblne F. F.
Echuh the southeast comer of Bronx and I'd). am
Parkway and St. I*aul avenue, a plot, 75x27x Irreg
ular.
Andrew Hally has sold for Joseph Zacharsowsky
six lots on Brenner avenue, in the Bathg-ate «■*•
tUo tract. ,
IX THE AUCTIOX ROOMS.
Tenement House in Third Avenue,
Near 34th Street, Changes Hands.
J. G. Eng-el bought yesterday the five etory tene
ment house, with etore. No. oil Third avenue, on a
lot 25.2x63.2x24.10x63.2 feet, for $36,667, at a voluntary
auction sale held by Joseph P. Day at the Real Es
tate Exchange salesrooms, No*. 14 and M Vesey
street. The property is mortgaged for liJLOOO. The
other auction sales resulted &-■ follows:
By Joteph P. Day.
«•-•. to 414 01st at. ■ I Hi ft c of Ist aye. IJ.ixlOO s.
1 sty stable and 2 an'i 3 sty hldgs of iron works; subject
to a prior mtge of $35.«)00; to Frank H Brown f»r f35,869/
lilts Ist aye. c s, -"> ft n of tilst st, 25x10. 6 sty ter.mt
and store; subject to prior nitges vi $20,000; to W. a.
Suhsmann for J^6.5C»«. '
297 aiid 208 Bleecker it, n c cor Barrow Ft »9x..ix65x
irrt-K. «i ttv tenmt and stores; one-half interest : subject
to T'rior mtir. .« of $73.0«(); to \V S ?ussmann for '■■'■■";•-•
157 112 th st. n s- L~.»j ft w of 3d aye. 25x100.10. '' ■-'>
tenmt and store; David Gordon apt 1 ' '■■ Mcl^oan et al: A
I Gordon, aity; G X \Ve4ler. ret; amt due. (11,470 w: '**?•
etc. $3.78707: subject to prior nitges of *34,0CK); with-
r 22r" 2d a\> s * cor 1 1 7 * ! i st, 25.3xfi4.10. 4 sly tenmt
ani More: C J Nunan aft h A Wlngart et al: Anwteln
& U attya; .1 A Koley. ret; ann due, $a.» 23 2tt; taxes,
etc. MSI SI; subject to a prior mtge <>f * .""" to tne
USt^st. ii m. 628 ft c of Willis aye. 37.6x100, n sty
flat and sums; Henry Dreyer agt Fannie Schwartz et
al: H M Goldberg;. »tty: G "■ "'van,, ref: amt ilno.
fir, rn.r 2s- taxes, eic, 51.78954; to the jilaimiff for ♦•J- " 1 -
MB lS4th st. n s. :••-> ft m of St Ann's aye, 23x100,
onantolwd fiat; .1 .1 X O Kennedy apt Para^ Ooh«n«t il'i 1 '-
JJ O1O 1 Kennedy. Rtty; SII Kiwler. ref; ami >•". *!.-.«• i 4,
taxes, etc. .«"f.; sub to a prior mtge cf $3,000; to Bopnla
Knepper for $4,617
Hv Basnnel Man.
1143 Vyw me. v "f. 240 ft R of l«7th Ft. 2Oxloo, I sty
duly (} M Spelr ot al. oxrs, etc, eel Anna Edclman et
al: "J C O-dbnor. atty; Roper Foster. ref: arnt due.
(S.M4S7; Uxea, etc. IMS IB; to the i>la!r,tlff for $7,000.
The auction offerings to-day will bo as follows:
By Jo?. I" Day.
55 Lewis ft. w s. 175 ft l! o? Delanc«r Ft. BSiclOO; 4
sty hrk tenmt and ftore and 2 sty tenmt in roar; fcarauei
Qordon apt Mary Zisola et al. Bernard Gordon atty; U
B GJnn, ref; anit due. $345469; taxes, etc. (32261; sub
to t« mtgea aarregatlnß $17,409. _ - „,, . .
Art 121 th st. sa. ISS ft c„f l#n»t sve. -..6xfiO.ll. sty
t'unit; rxcilie Dttinger agt J H Morrison ot : ai; I J w
linger! atty: v. II Black, ref: anit <\ue. W» H; taxes.
etc BLISS W: s-Jb to l»» natgeK nugrf^atine $ -r;'"". ,_
Sl7 T.'th st. ii • 2.*iO ■■ c of Sd aye, SSxIOZ.% • sty
tenmt and store; Simon Vhln-.an. trustee, afit^f; I- "»'"
lenstein et al: H^adley. '• • 3. attya; T F Qllroy, ref.
amt i!u*. $30,834 55; taxes, etc. Jl.loO.
Hy Samuel Marx.
77th at s p. « ft c of Avenua A. 80ft«l<tt.2. with a
riot 50x41.«x Irreg si rear: G C Pt John. excr. act I»uts
GarfieM et a!; 3Vf Ilawes. My; SII Cohen, ref; amt
due (58.783 92: tax"*. »tc. B»1W
313 101 st it n s. S9O ft c of M aye . 2-">xlo.\ R ttf tenitu
and store: H M Hess et si. aft Nathan Hol«man«ta!
A A Hovell. atty: J P Bernstein, ref: a'ist due, $..*.'- 10;
taxes, et-. $"if« 30.
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS FILED.
Interval* h- <• 6 c ear *f Kelly rt.: ÜBxlM;
City ISortflOLge Con-.panv leans ■W'.r.r.is Bealty , cl nnrt
and Construction rorniiar.T - • '""
listh st. s s. 193?. ft « rf Amsterdam «v» .
6T.esteO.il: City SlorTc%«e Oarop«ny loans Pa- „
tc-rno &. Son Cor.tracunc '"■• ■ SM..M.I
18Ma rt. n•. 144 Sft- of Fort af Ksw T"Tlc
85x110: Title lniura-.ee t3pnpu» Of New Tork
loans Friedman Cowtmctloa Cosspany w.OOO
EEALTY NOTES.
Frederick Tor I Co. hava leased '"■ diaries
Kaye from the plans t« M- & H. Gordfr. the ninth.
t»nth and eleventh lofts. containing 15,060 square
feet of space. In the btilWlnj which Mr. Kaye Is to
erect at {Cos 22 ar.d 54 West 26th ftreet. for a long
term of rears, st an aggregate rental of $55,000;
for Sol. Uadeateni 5.P00 square* feet -.' space at
Nos. 13 and 15 West 20th street for a long term ot
years co Bloom Brothers; for Samuel Bergman 5.500
equ&re feet of space at No. 24 Watt I* street to
Samuel Simoff ; for Morris Wo!ss 3,500 tanart feet of
epace at No. 15 West 17th etrtet to the Star Under
wear Company; for Grace E. n.r.v. 2.505 square
feet of space at No. 27 East 10tH' street to the Style
Cloak and Suit Company, an for Aides B. Swan
2,600 square feet c: spaca at No. M East I3ti street
to Samuels Brothers.
Wilbur M. Barrett is the buyer cf No. 2T2 West
S6th etreet. recently BOlfl,
George W. Bard soli at auctlor. !asr "Wednesday
the Sadler farm at Sc£.r£ia:e. N. V.. which trousht
J6.T50.
Mrs. Raymond S. White has leased from Joseph
H. Choate for a tern o* years No. 10 East t?:d
etreet. a four story £weHl£g house, on a lot 2oxloo
feet.
M- & L. Hess have leased lor the Realty Holding
Company to Adolph Cohen the seventh, eighth and
ninth lofts, containing 15,000 square feet, and to
Gottlieb Brothers the tenth and eleventh lofts, con
taining 10,000 square fee:, in the building Nos. 22
and 24 West 27th street. Both leases are for a
term cf years.
Meal ill & Wille, who recently bought the aoath
eas-t corner of Riverside Drive Bad 156 th street,
106x100 feet, with erect on the plot a ten story ele
vator apartment house.
The Harlem Property Owners' Association will
hold a meeting on Thursday night at No. 147 East
12f.th street.
Nathan Weiss has leased for Charles Kaye from
the plans five lofts containing 36,000 square feet in
the building to be erected at No. 30 to 34 WeFt 86th
street, to J. M. Brady & Co. for a long term of
years.
Next> Jersey Heal Estate.
Build a Home in the Country
In en Idea! -•;.:■. lovely M-.rroundlngs arid urand
Views, htights of Chatham. N. J.. less than on« hour
from New York, on M •■..•:-• ■•. I. It. An attractive
and Inviting suburb, punts ill a, all advantHL-. churches,
schools, elnbhonse. pure water supply, electric lisnt. t*-le
phone. Hißh altitude, healthy, restricted markets, easy
housekeeping. For booklet and information address
ESTATE «M. A. MARTIN",
114 Liberty BL, N. V. <lly.
BKAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME.— FIVE ACRES
lar. . . oef. brick
I'Utbuildtngs. fruit !rn
itation; 26 mile* out on Pennsylvania Railroad;
c '.•rm«.
\v C REEVES ft CO.. KM East SSd St. Manhattan
> - 'fTI.KV. N J.— MODERN HOUSE; BIGHT ROOMS;
* a., bnprovesneats; hardwood Boers; largi i n
r.nr s" . : .1 m i ■]'• i :. |
U arket s'.. Newiirk. oi
City Property to Let.
•til EAST -32D ST.
For rent, for term of years. 53.000 p*r year. mcdTn
5 story American basement , 3 baths; roof (or garden;
good light and air.
APPLY ON PREMISES.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
THn K'-WNETTE, NO. II HTE6T BIST ST.— A FEW
apartments left, fa-ing Manhattan Sqju:!- Ku.! ,ni -
tlfjlari, '-t A i' '''i!;t:KN. "i. [.r-.-inigt-j..
Country Property for Sale.
SEASHORE COUNTRY PLAGE.
Several acres of land, with large new manor house.
North Etaore, Lenfr Island; convenient to New York; su
perb bathing beach; half mile from express station; re
stricted; beautiful surrounding country. A. E. T., P. O
Box 1237, New York City.
"V'i^K NORTHAMPTON. MASS.— I2O A.CRGB: 1,400
J^ ft. elevation; magnificent views; 500 peach, IXX)
apple; pear*, cherries, crapes, berries; pure, soft water;
new vi story house. I* rooms, bath, toilet; hot water
heat; hardwood throughout; wide plazias; ample outbuild
ings: farmhouse, eight room*. Owner. H. 11. THOMP
SON, 11 fencer Place, Brooklyn.
OSSINING.— FOR BAL.B ELEGANT SUBURBAN
homes; all Improvements. ' THOS. L.&ARY, O^s!:,:r.s,
N. Y.
MAGNIFICENT RESIDE3NCE ON HUDSON. HOUR
out: 20 rooms: five ncres. OWNER. 302 Greenwich st.
Country Property to Let.
COTTAGE TO RENT.
Cottar (with barn). $* rooms, all Improvements; gas In
every room; larp« lawn, with maple shade trees; garden
planted; will rent furnished for the season. $400; June 1
to November 1; short walk to station.
BUKGALO TO RENT.
Th« Thornton Bungalo. 2^4 miles from Boonton; C
room*: large piazza; maple sl.a2e trees; small pond for
bathing; delightful scenery; for rent, furnished, Juno 1
to November 1. {200; also camping sit« 8 for the season.
Address Mrs. M. A EASTLER. Box «87. Boonton. N. J.
Furnished Houses to Let — Coun
HEART Or THE BEHUCSHIRES. I'l i>Fli:i,ii MASS.
— To rent, furnished, seven-room cottage for trie sum
mer, n»ar Mar.lewood Hotel, two complete bathrooms,
telephone, gas and coal rang?. Address G. W. 8., Trib
une Office.
Miscellaneous.
LONDON. W. LANSDOtTN HOt'RB BED AND
bed sitting rooms; comfortable home for Americans;
highly recommended. C Lanndown i lace.
Books and Publications.
The latest publications may be
had a.t the Mercantile Library-
Branch. 141 B'way. room 715.
>-EW-TOEK DAILY TRTBT^E, TUESDAY. MAY 25. 1909.
Real Estate.
You Want
the assurance that you are
getting a good title. We
give it to you with our
Policy. We pay the loss
if the title isn't good.
Lawyers Title
Insurance and Trust
Company
CAPITAL - - 54,000,000
SURPLUS - - 6,500,000
($5,000,000 added to surplus in last 17 year*)
100 Krniiilnny, »w York.
188 Monlnitne Street. Brooklyn.
Bstabllsbed li>6T tncorporattd H'O^
RULAND & WHITING COe
REAL ESTATE
5 BEEKMAN ST. NEW YORK.
Auction Sales of Heal Estate.
REAL ESTATE. /
81 NASSAP' STREET. -
Long Island Real Estate for Sale.
In picturesque beauty, i" artistic
development, in present and future
value mi prices now asked, the
moat uttxactive all-year how
property in the market to-day is
ROSLYN, LONG ISLAND.
Simplifies the home quest to people of
moderate means. Wooded parks, shady
glens. lakes, commons. paths, drives.
About as far as the Bronx from m.- Bat
tery. 300 acres partially I ulli upon.
Picturesque home sites of >« acre to 3 acres from
$1,500 up.
Dean Alvord Company
111 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
'Phone ana Hector.
BUNGALOW $2,500
(.in eeashore, convenient to New Tori now; acr«> of
land- ready now; five lariero rooms and bath; fine bathinir
beaih. A. B. 11.. P. O. Box 1237 N. Y. C
8. I. COTTAGE..— NEW !2-
O room bous«; all „,,..toi, , conveniences; electricity, run
r.iii!; water, 3 baths; erected on wooded 3'»-a<-re plot:
yacht lanriinK ami beach on deep, protected harbor: cl^se.
to Belle Terre Club, private, prnlf link«, tennis court*,
stables, garagf ami bath house* : distant I 1I 1 - hours from
New York; restricted. For photo an.i plan* apply to
DEAN VL.VORD CO., ill Broadway. New York, rhrni*
Rin.v_p.ector.
Excursions.
Spend Decoration Day or a
Week End in and about Boston.
Enjoy a Trip on the Fast and
Luxurious Metropolitan Line
Turbine Steamship YALE or
HARVARD. All-the-Way-By-
Water- Direct from City to City;
Perhaps take your Automobile
and Tour Home.
Tli '«■■•« an

Toun*'
CHARMING EXCURSIONS
West Point. New burgh & Poughkeepsie,
Bt HUDSON RIVER I'AY I. INK BTEAMERS
AFTER MAY STTH.
t«EE STEAMBOAT COLUMN.
Army and Navy Baseball Game
At WEST POINT, May 29th.
THi: FAVORITE DAY LINE STEAMER "XV
BANT" will make a .special Trip t.. thi* Game.
leaving I>€-*i!>ross.-a st.. 11 v. in ; W. *2d »t.. 11:30
a m • '.V. I^'jth Bt . 1 i 4o n. in : Yoiik««rs, 1-' m.
Si.ctia! Trip Ti'-ki-rn. 51 25 (NOT INCL.UDINO
SEATS TO GAME).
SEEING NEW YORK %X nn ■ ■
VAPUT «IsUU TRIP
I HUrl I i:>i4 Gram
•;| mm. M \\ \<;kk \l Himuiiii I H
■ . ron Building
M
RED BANK LINE.
Lva. Fl : ■ I .2 M
p. in. (8 - 50 a. I.i . 2 ."'.'
la, !(•■■! iia-ik.
Asbur* 11..rkI I . .rk
Proposals.
OFFICE PURCHASING CXJJIMISSART, U S. AItMY
\J 39 Whitehall Street. New York I "ty. N. V.. May
2J, 1000. — Sealed proposals, In duplicate, for furnishing
and delivering subslst^rne stores la this city at such
times aa may be required by the U. S. Government, be
tween July ll'tti and :sist. 1008. In accordance with the
speciflratlon.t anil conditions >•• I forth In Circular No.
4. War Department, Office of the Commissary (General,
\Vashinir ti. Mar. h 27. 1908, will l>« received at this
tidic*- until l'J o'clock a. m., June B. lltint. Information
furnished on application. Envelopes cuntainlnic bids
Bhould be marked "l'roi.o'sala for Subsistence stores •ijiene.l
Junu 5. IW.'W." find addressed to A. I- BMITH, Coluncl,
A. C. 0.. V. S. Army.
I>RorosALfi for construction, plumbino,
X beating, and electric wiring. — War Department, Of
l .-c of the Constructing Quartermaster. New L<ondun,
Conn.. May SO, 1809. -Sealed proposals for the construction
of a post exchanK« building, an.l for plumbing, heating,
and electric s Irlne; name, at Fort T*rry. I'lum I.slan.l.
N. V. will be received here until 10:00 a. m., June 15,
1900, and then opened. Information furnished on appli
cation here, or plans, specifications, etc.. may be oven
oa liie In office of ■■■■ Chief Quartermaster. I)ept. of the
K;iM. Governor's Island New York- Envelopes con
taining iroponaJs should bo endorsed "Proposals for I*i4>
lic Huildines," und addressed. "Captain Chas. T Baker,
I. S. ■ •■.■.. onatructlns Qr. Mr.. .New London, Conn."
i SSAY OFFICE OF Till? UNITED STATES AT
J.\- NEW IRK. N. V.. April 30th. 1009 .Sealed pro
posals in duplicate will lie received at the office of tlie
Sup<-rint»n<lent of the Assay OUlcc of the i raited Btates
at New forte N. V,, until 12 o'clock noon, June 3rd.
then publicly npen'-d. for Rfneral supplies required for
th* Assay OtTice of ih« l.'nitud States nt New York. N. V .
fur the fiscal year from July Ist, IMS, to June 3i>, 1010,
under usual condltlona. In accordance with schedules and
spcciflatU.nß. copies nf which, with blank proposals and
other information. BMW be had upon application to
KIKGSBERY FOSTER, SUPERINTENDENT.
IrUtANKFORD ARSBNAI* PHII^ADELPHIA, I'A ,
Aj- I proposals, upon Mank fcrms
' • ■ • ■ ■ Ived until l r m
■\\nr.K for furm#hlng during yt-;ir ending June 3D,
:,nri Threads. v>.r-.\>.-- . Bteel and Iron.
.■r Tubtnc Tin. Y.tnr, !>■:..( „,, i Antimony,
lir.n ,■. .-i'li{» Isetals, Hardwara I'luinblnc
Pitting and Electrical - ,t>.f. r Ti. King
r-.:. :. Chemicals, Oils an-l I'ulrns.
i'apfr. Btrawboard an-i Chipboard, Truil* and
I ■ [ ation, apply to ih« Coni
mondlrK i f
X' B. ENGINEER OFFICE. ROOM 802, ARMY BUU I>-
U . Ing 39 Whitehall Street, New York City, May 22,
UMW — Sealed proposals for dredg In Shrewsbury River
WondbrlJ&e Creek. Keypori Harbor. Katawaa Creek and
Rarltar. and South Rivers, N. J.. will be received at this
offite until 12 M . June S. 1909, and then publicly opened
I'.iils for any or all of these works will be considered,
Information furnished on application. D. W. LOCK
YI'OOD, Colonel. Englr.c«rs.
Instruction.
For Both Sexes— City.
THE BEKMTZ SCHOOL OF I.ANGTAGES
MADISON SQUARE (1122 BROADWAY).
Harlem Branch. 34H i.i'nnx Aye. n-ar li'Tih St.
Brooklyn Branch, 21S-220 1.1-. inpilon St
Summer School at Asbnry I'ark. W. j.
Teachers sent to all pla<fsi within liundr<-d miles.
SPANISH I.an>,ua f and Stenorraphy. — Private lessons
Classes. Translations. Reasonable rates. Professor
CAP.BALLOSA. 28 Ston* Bt
School Agencies.
AMERICAN AND FORKIC.N TEACHERS' AGENCY.
Supplies Professors, Teachers. Tutors, Governesses, etc
to Colleges . Schools and Families. Apply to
Mrs M. J. TOCNG-FULTON. 23 Union Square
CONSULT THESE COLUMNS
BEFORE MAKING SUMMER PLANS
Any Hotel Represented Will Send Booklet or Information on Bequest
PENNSYLVANIA.
WfITER GflP HOUSE
A Mountain r : irudiM>.
DELAWARE UAIHC GAP. PA.
Now Open to December, Unquestionably the hot"
equipped, most luxurious and best stll » a J,,
lliphest altitude. No noise or dust ot rallr aos
highways. 100 tiled private baths; l"v ".'"?,• wSectil«w Sectil«
all rooms; steam heat: log tires; 3 '"";,/'^"-
IlKhts. sun parlors, etc. Cuisine of >>lgbMt & *W n f»"g:
French chefs: white service Own farms and reKJs
tered cows Orchestra; social diversions. <■""■ s ,"",
how> tennia. bowling btlJlarrl.: trout fishing: boat-
In ic. etc. Garast; livery. Special May:^ml J un e rates^
Booklet and Auto Maps »*««»■,. £»«*•• ws. _
Ownership manaKoment. JOHN PLIU'^ «-"* *■ ,
THE KITTATINNY
' THE LEADING HOTEL AT THE
DKIAWAKi: WATER OAF. PA.
Now open. Largest and most mwlern. gl'T^ <•"«
venlence Orel ■•■ ra. Social « lve^°!*,^. T « h *? na ß^
Dllcd from own farm and greenhouses Bel phono n..
Oarage Livery. Oolt tennis, bowlli i ri.shin*.
W,Ho for Special Sprit.,' Kate, and I- ..k1.-t . hnwln*
hotel Kittatinny Park scenes, auto maps . h. ttatlnny
coach meets all trains. a. I-ItANK «.OI c-
MAINE.
OTTAWA ROUsFand COTTAGES
I'ORTKANI) HARBOR. MAINE.
Ori-no .Tune 2«Hh. Cool. invig..ratinK riiniiitp. Pur*
water Booklet Addreaa BOTCE & HATFIKI-D. Hotel
Martha Wafihlngrion. New York.
>"EW JKRSKT.
The West End Cottages
and Casino Company
ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THE
West End Hotel
and Cottages
tit WEST END, N. J.,
for tha Season of 1000 on Juno 1.
THK RESTAURANT WILL BE '' NI K THB
MANAGEMENT OF THK HOUSE. MEALB
rABLB D HOTB AND A LA CAB
Booking offlc*-, 135 Front M.. New York.
Telepboi •■, 5547— John.
CHALrONTL
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
in the Beach. Fireproof. Send for Literature.
The Leeds Company
HADDON HALL
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Directly on th* ocean front, with unobstructed
view. Bait water in all baths. Hot «n<l cold water
in most bedroom. Alwgjggjft *£%&,££
\l OKG lUX O( IAN I WONT
HOTEL TRAYMORE
Atlantic City, N. J.
ThS \rmr nfM.xl.rn ll«t-l 1 !|iiil>mrnt ms'i I unir.T.
OPEN THROUGHOLT THE YEAR.
llt \^ MOIIK HOI K.I. i •>
(has. O. Marquottf. Mitr M> res*<
HOTEL DENNIS
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Fimatrd rtlr<-ttly on the no«aij front, surrounded by
|t» own »pn-t"t:s lawn, whirh Joins the b'arh and
boardwalk. Most literally appointed and liberally con
ducted hotel OB the New Jersey i'n»<i.
WALTER J Ilt7.ni
fEarlborougb - !6lcnDcim
ATI AN I 1( < I IV. N. .1.
T ■• Spring
THE PENNHUR.ST.
O-'ir. F.n 1 MMite-in A\e.. Atlantic City, N. J.
Always open. Kvery hotel appointment and comfort.
Rooms «n nuite. with private Latna, Elevator, st#*m
heat. Kin parlor, eta Kreo »■-;'..- > v . il- HOOD.
GALtN HALL
\1 I \\ Il< ' I IV. N. J.
■ HOTEL, AND RU'il
TONIC AND '
HOTEL MORTON
Virginia Aye.. near beach. Atlantic City. N. J.— Open all
the year. Fins table. Buttsts wlf- tirlvate bath, lian'i
someir furnished. Perfect ra:ilt»ry urrangcmfnt*. Kle
»st(ir 10 all floors. Bpeela] ratt-s fur wlnt-r. Capacity 230.
MRS. N. R. HAINES, Owner and Proprietor.
HOTEL PLAZA.
\^iu i;v PAKK. S. •>.

I'hone.
Itl \ * KKLHEY.
HOTEL BRUNSWICK,
PARK, N I.
HOTEL MAJESTIC
OCEAN DROVE. N. J.
Directly on tii«< Beach. Elevator. Booklet.
CLEMENT it CLEMENT.
Iflkn rH > 11-f»ff»Y-l M >ir ectly on Beach.
XXI I^UbtfU)ii|,en to Oct. ifllli.
Booklet. Telephone. KENT & CLEMENT.
THE ALLAIRE. -;
Ulroctly on beacli. Booklet, B. 51. RICHARDSON.
I'AIRVIEW linisi. CHATHAM. Moiilils CO., X."7.
A retort wlhtu business men <-<u> spend th« Bummer
with tbfcir families without QCzlecUng their daily busi
ness. Booklet.
J. E. BEERBOWBR.
CONNECTICUT.
THE GRISWOLD
EASTERN POINT,
NEW LONDON, CONN.
Open June ,'.'>lh
FINEST BHJASHOKE RKSORT IN AMERICA,
2ls h'-uis from Ntw York.
Unequalled BallinK. Bathing, Vutomobillng.
Driving, Tennis. tioU. Panclns;.
For Booklet, Kau-s. etc, address
W. J. FLEMING, Mgr., 71 Broadway, Room 001.
New York.
Also Mgr. The ■iBsjIISSJ, Itellralr. Fia.
EDGEWOOD INN,
GREENWICH (OX THE SOUND) i CONN.
SrHwin May SOth to October 15th.
2S miles from New York. 45 minutes rids.
Superior stables and automobile quarters
New Colonial Tea Rooms; Casino; Golf; Tennis;
Bowling; Muslo dally.
Representative at hotel during May.
D. P. SIMPSON, Manager.
ELM SHADE COTTAGES, Rldrefleld. Conn.; open ail
year: Mrs. J. 11. PERRY, Prop. All advantages of
Berkshire Hills found within Hi hours of New York City;
altitude »00 feet; pure water; t>r.«t of everything for the
table mi', frond service; accommodates "5 guests. Cuttugo
on grounds fur rent.
\ nOIOMT.
UP AMONti VERMONT'S QREEN HILLS
AND ON LAKE CHAMPLAIN
B^st Bnatos«r Rmou Rsclob. Tanas $.-. |« jsio r>r
week. Handsomely lllu«ir;iir.i Booklet containing ISO
pacss, full Information, also datalla Tercentenary Cele.
hratl<>n. I.nki- Champlaln. Send 80. t,i "KI'MMER
HOMHS." No :<K st. .\ibaiis, Vi, ur 880 Broadway
New v.,rk !■■■• >'<a personal application
EQUINOX HOUSE,
M.VMHK>I XI! 1\ M IS.
VERMONT
•THK t KNTKK OK SIMMKK <iOI.F "
LAKE BOMOSEEN. VI- . PROBPDCT HOUSE; BANI-
Itary plumbing, electric lights; garaj<e; milk cream
vegetables from hotel farm. Booklet. H. B. ELLIS, M*'
4 DVERTISEMENTP AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOII
A. The Tribune received at their Uptown Office, No.
1384 Broadway, between 36t1, it. and 37th St., until »
o'clock p. m. Advertisements received at the following
branch ofllcn at regular office rate* until 8 o'clock p. m..
vis.: 2C<* fth aye.. s. o. cor. 23<1 it.: 153 6th aye cor
12% it.: 104 East 14th St.; 257 Went 42d st. t*tw««n
7th and Bth ayes. ; 343 West 125 th St.; 1033 3d ay«.
MASSACHrSETTS.
Cape Cod's An Ideal
Summering Place for You
Come down on Cape Cod for YOUR
vacation this summer. You 11 have more
vacation enjoyment than you ye ever had
before.
You'll have cool breezes all the time. For every
breeze that blows over Cape Cod is an ocean breeze,
refreshing and invigorating. No sweltering under
the hot land breeze that's the bane of most seashore
resorts.
You'll have the best fishing you\e wetl TJe witen j»&M
Cod and Buzzard. Bay are the haunt, of the bl-e-sh. *• •« ba». *•
tcup and the tautog.
YouTl enjoy the perfection of bath.a. on «ndy beaches in water free
of .Jweed .nd undertow and wanned by *. *ft -*«« ol -- Cull
Stream.
And think of the pleaaire of crubinf sfoand Ac harbors nd bay* ■
a Cape Cod cstboat or a motor boat!
"Quaint Cape Cod" and "Buzzard. Bajf , n9 *£
beauhfully illu.traled book, were J»t nwd. c R»d
ihefe boob before you decide where to go th« Iwmsatf.
Free for the Asking at
tog 171 Broadway *{fr
%k£j The New England Lines jfflg^
tlfiphc* E. S. Peter., Citr Ticket Agt. /*&»"*
PITTSFIEtn. BERKSHIRE CO. MASS.
THE MAPLEWOOD
OPEN lAY 29TH TO NOV. IST
Bend fur t.or.kl»t. »!io Auto Road Ma».
Mi IHI R XV. m MB.
STOGKBRID6E, 'l^T
MASS. Heaton Hall open*
IN THE middle of June.
BERKSHIRE S.i Allen VST 1^
N. Y. Mice, Hotel Flanders. West 47th St.. N. T. City.
THE NANEPASHEMET.
MARBLKIIEAD NECK. MASS.
Opens June 14 Finest Location on North 1 Shore.
t «om ocean Tlew. Fpecial ra'.es for June Ctr
cular. * E. Q. BROWN.
NFnr YORK.
Saratoga
(sranb XHnfon
Opens 3une 26tb
WOOI.LEY & GERRAN.a. Proprietors.
Full particulars can be obtained at the
BOTH MARIE ANTOINETTE.
wad way. 60th to 6Tth St., New York.
GRAND HOTEL
Catskill Mountains.
OPENS JUNE 26TH. 1909.
New York office. Frank Da Wolf. Manager, with
Town & Country Bureau. S-*!* Fifth Aye.. Cor.
SSth St.. Telephone J'j-3 Madison. Booklet.
HOTEL FERN CUFF
Greenwood Lake, Orange County , N. V
Vnder dlr-vt management cf owner as formerly. N^wljr
decorated »">d furnished: electric llghtu, etc.; Riagnlflcent
mountain and lake scenery; I.CUO feet elevation; 4:. miles
from city: :lno tins, ttshlng. etc.; excellent cuisine, ser
\ I.e. music, etc. ; grand pia<:e fur Decoration Uay hoi! -
U.i > -1. Hi^ocial rates.
JAMES WHITESIDK, 31 Weoeter St..
O. U. ACKBRSCAN, Manager.
DRIARCLTFF MANOR, NEW YORK.
BRIARCLIFF LODGE
OPEN MAY IST TO DEC. IST.
Capacity, three hundred guests. Swimming Poo!.
Uulf Inks, Tennis. lia*eball and Indoor amusements.
I>. B. 1'I.IMEI!. Manager.
New York representative at C* East 4dth St.
5 AM FORD %% X
O "SWEPT BY MOUNTAIN BREEZES."
Clevatlon 1.800 feet. Cool, dry climate.
I'uro mountain water. Fishing, golf anil
all amusements Electrlo lights; all city Improve
ments. BcMkleta and Information at the Pearsall
Bureau, 203 Uroa.lway. New York, and all newspaper
resort burraus. Sea larger advertisement In Sunday
Issue, giving list of hotels.
T>TMT? unDPCT Two hours from Now York.
VINtL. rUKtbl ,n, n mountain, of Dutches
CAMP FOR BOYS tY>unty. Boatln*. bathing.
fishing, athletics; college bred
men and physician in charge; l 4l 4 mile distant Is IMNB
FOREST HEAL.TH CTJX/TURD FARM AND CAMP for
adults; bungalows and tents; under same management;
booklet, 153 West 0110 Hundred aid Twentieth St.. N. Y.
City.
THE COLUIYIBIAIM
1000 I.SI.ANO I'AKK. St. Lawrence Klver. N. T.
The i .< »i located and most attractive hotel anumg the
. 1 Islands. Ehrcellent ouUlne Orchestra and
nil smussmetttts Op*u Juna 18. Booklet
L. A. JOHNSON. Pi»p.
AOIKONDACK MOI MAINS.
THE ALGONQUIN
ON I.OHKK S.\R.\NAC LAKE.
OI'EN JINK 10TH TO OCT. 18T.
Email mouth Itlark Hn— • Fishing be^tna June ISth.
Tli«> linest tn thw country.
Postofllce ipul 'Ivifßraph Address.
B . .klet. JOHN lIARIUNO. Algonquin. N. Y.
\ DIRONDACK MOUNTAINS.— AT INDIAN I^AKBX
XX. N. Y. Toe Adirondack; $8 to $12. modern Improve
ments. MRS. E. MEAL), Proprietor.
RUISSEAUMONT HOTEL
AND COTTAGES
Lake Placid, N. V., Adlrondacks
OI'KX JINE TO OCT.
X H. PATRICK. Manager.
Address Trine© George Hotel. N««r York
NEW HAMPSHIRE.
White Mountains-July I to Oct. I
NEW PROFILE HOUSE „*£&**.
Leading resort hotel. Unexcelled for Its clientage. loca
tion and appointments. COO guests.
Golf, tennis, Rood roads, fine Forage.
FLUME HOUSE, same management, five miles from
PROFILE. 100 guests. Juno IB to Oct. 20.
Address GEORGE VILES. 1180 Broadway. N. T.. Hour*
10:30 to a. Tel. Madison — 1745.
WAUMBEK and COTTAGES
JEFFKKSON. N. H.. IN THE WHiTE MOUNTAINS.
SEASON JUNE UNTIL OCTOBER.
Dotarhed family cottages completely furnished, wttn
hotel sertrles.
Particulars Cpon B«Qae»«.
CHARLES V. MURPHY, Manager.
Address Laurel House. Lakewvod. 9. J.. untU Juae ISUk
MAssAmrsirrTS.
raw rona.
THE
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS
ji noted for ptcturesiu* and romantic ac^aery. The
i glorious air. th« mtinlflrrnt vlew» «.nd enmtert-
I abl« accommodatloni are a cr#»t a:?ract:33 la 1
I this mountain region, which :s • PWtti tsT !
1 children and a sanitarium for everybody.
THE ULSTER & DELAWARE U.
In connection with Weet Shore ar. 1 P«nnty!Tasla
Railroad firms the only all rail HUMS* "•'■'■• '
between Philadelphia, Jersey City. New Terli D
and all points in this faznoos Mountain regisa.
THB Rrp VAN WINKLE Tf.TK« will make |
first trip from New York. via Weal ***?* « It .
Saturday. May 22 r * leaving -«(»r<»9S«e St.
12:43 p. m. an-1 West 4lnd St. 1 o'clock p. m..
daily except Sunday.
An Illustrated Summtr Bock, with map of tht
CatslcWs and list of hotels and b««rd:-:s houssa
win be s«nt free on receipt of 9 cents cc»taj«.
> A. HDt9.
General Passenger AK»at.
K.Dgi-.'-. N T.
-MANHANSET-
Hotel and Cottages
SHELTER ISLAND,
LONG ISLAND.
OPENS JUNE 25.
Under the same management as
Hotel Chamberlin. Old Point
Booking Office, 1,122 B'way (Tyson's).
•PHONE. I«rr»— MADISON 3Q.
GEO. F. ADAMS. Proprietor.
Mr. Adams will maintain at the Man
rianset the same high standard of ci'slna
and service that has made the Cnamber
lln famous throughout the world
TheGLIFFTON Zmm
"BONAIRE," PATCHQGUE, L. I.
Hotel situated directly on the water front, with si
ideal shady lawn.
STRICTLY SELECT PATRONAGE.
Open June 24 Appointments modern. Suites, wlta
private baths. Excellent cuisine and service. Orches
tra, garage, livery, yachting facilities and 200 *•»
houses. Write for booklet.
New York office during May. 1122 Broadway (eat.
2'th st.), with America's Hotel and Resort Bureau.
W. M. JENiCINS. Pie»
HOTEL GRAMATAN
Brunxvllle. We*tehe»t«r Co.. N. l-
OPEN A IX TUB YEAR.
Host Delightful Spring and Summer
resort icithin 30 minute* of Sew York
THB NEW FIREPROOF ADDITION NOW COO*
PLITED. _ w
Accommodates 400 Guests. 120 Private Beta*
J. J. LANNIN CO, PROPS _
GARDEN CITY HOTEL
GARDEN (ITT U>SO IBLA*»
Is miles from New York Open ail U»e ft-
Quiet, refined and exclusive. cflu _ ._
J. X LA>M> COL. ris»«
PROSPECT HOUSE
.SHELTER ISLAND HEIGHTS. U >•_,__.
Opens June 24th. Golf. Bathing. *«^!»ting.Jja™Ei
Pureau. 1123 Broadway, cor. 23th St. TeleohoneW^
Madison. Booklet. Bl D. LANGVTORTHT. XV-
ADIRONUAtK MOINTAISS
THE WAWBEEK
(Hotel ssml €•«■««•)
Will open on June 25th for the Tw ' : l?'| M !!*?fS
•under same, management. Most oomfortsW* *£
Homallke. Prlvato Cottages with hotel «*^j
Table will be kept at a*ual high standard. »*.
with bath. Special terms for full season. «■*"
Grill. S«nd for booklet.
J. BBN HART. Wawbeek. N. T.
WESTPORT INN
AT WKSTPORT. X. T.. OS
LAKE CHAMPLAIN- ADIRONDACK
Attractive cottages In connection.
BOOKLET. ' H. P. S*ITH. M*«-**
Also manager Th« Foothills. NorJhoff. cat.
MORLEY'S
Hotel and Cottages In the heart of the ■***? l £f e tt .
overlooking two of the moat « mutt * i f " batW.
r**lon; trout flsbln*. basa n*htn«. boa""'- %£££,
bowllns. pool, tennis, music, house P £*£££ ■ nn**
plumbing. pur« aprlos water. No pulmonary ia»»»«-
Artlsttc catalojua. FJea^nt. H*mUtoa Co. «« T.__
MOBL.EY'B. Laka Ptaaaant. HaaaUtoa C*- "'
WATCH FOR our nAUSTRATXp ./SPSS*
VV meat in th« Annual Rasort ttummmrmt^^fZ^
Trtbun*. June «. It will Interest y*«- FORT co»*v«~
INN. rtermcnt-oa-tA* X *•

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