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Fourth Avenue Line Expected
To Be Completed Next Year. OESIGNS OF NEW STATIONS ??ht Tracks Hav? Born Laid Oerttin Places Where O^nncctions ArePlannrd. ? ?rorh OB the Fourth ave ?il the if tl M ii ti .?* i- Bl ? llon. ourth ? Brooklya la Mtpect ed early next year this BUbway u far as ,..,., aere lat ln Norember. 1MB The ,v?rk will he Bbottl $16. JJg T>, sectloaa now Balihed were than two reari ? ncemei t of work. ?Joeoi ":P ?'xt",!,lon of thls ibw.r ? urth av4 nu froia Bd *. . ecently award* T'by ':':'' ' ' 1,;'issl'>n' From thi Manhattan there will be !li1' ? 0_ ilnple f Tf,e Inter'or flr.'.yh of the itatlom of 9 ll BBUCh lllB* oier ln iffact than In the lUtkma of the old Mbwa* '" aro t,,e<* *n'1 ,h0 crtiinas aw ? ?**??? Tiere B ? r ri ? -?? 'ourae al tk- , . md platforms, above n' h an unhroken expan-e ot whlte tUe eltendfl about nln* feet hiKh. At thB larel there ls a har.d of colored Bosalv tll< ' lintot the statlon name U,d aome ornnmentatlon. Tbe sUe wall lurfaoaa above thls 1- vel in corered wlth white mosalc tilo. Dn l_e the present lubway, the tracks are leparated by ooacrotl walls so that only one platform will be in view a*. Btetlona, Nearly all o.' the Fourth avenue pave nant has UOW been repla,-ed The re Boval of the oriclna) parkways ar.d the nbadtutl. n ?>' i narrow line of rentllator openlng* have had the effect of Wldenlng the rosdway ?' Fourth avenue ooneld erab'.y. In the Flalbuali avenue extenelon tne lurfacc has bcaa r-rraded to tho orlplnal leraL Taott i ranaat la I ttnaion ? ' ** s" I none will U- placed by the subwav con j Uactor. Paving wlll be done by the bor , ough authorlties Ashland Place is to be permanently wl ; daaed ta sevmty-nve feet by taking t ? Btrlp along th" west side. ln UM \U:iiltv of the Academy of Musi. thara la atlll mccta work to ba done bt for< tha Btreet caa be reatorod, but lha I eontraetor la belng urge.i t.. eomplete hli i wora thora a.? boob aa i^hsibie. At a* tbe new Btructuit bUlll by runnalllng under the weet ..-ii.i oi the Atlantic av. mh- atatlon of th. .vay. Tlu- tunnalttng methoda were unusually Ingenloua and attraoted tha attentlon of -?' ii- rall) Tlu- praaent subway waa aiiiiln encoun "?'??; 10 tiu turn from Flatbuab. avenue :-i'.: int.. Fuiton atreet. At thla I om; th.- naw BUbWO) iun.< alonKslde tha Bld 'ii. an.l Ij ron-ld.-raiily DelOW It. M that it araa necoasa y to naderptn lt. the old lUbwaj, alao tarries the Of tlu- Fultoi, Btreet hlevated Rallway it Wlll be t,e.-ii that great care ls neceaaarj*. Durlng underplnnlng operations all Hanhattan-bound eubway tralna arlll con tlnua lu uaj the yeeond tia.k, and thla i> tha reaaon arhjr tralna ata now etop* ? at tiu inalda westbound ptatfonn at Nevina etieet 11. i ..hoi. ."ir.et th. r. la .. atretcb >>f aboul ..ohj f.-ei of tiu: Largeat, deepeal and mosi dlfflcult aubwaj arolrli yet attempiad ri erj au ala and i.-. oceup* ng tWO k\ ? \y n.i wan-i v, a i ncO int-i. il ' <? the Bubgrada ??? ...!. and aa tha :- Bhnd a.l adjaoent bUlldingfl ua arplnned in advan(*e; "l t:. . - . xt. ndlng ua auIk. ..-?? l.lo. k.i ? future ulldlng foundstlona. Tha n a ?-..?? rdrderi t i thi puri ? t f tbi two .levated rallwi ri croaaliig ln Fulton atn.t and . must be placed bi-twetn the biacing Umbera anu under cover of the roadway aupyortiiiK the aurface car uacka. The two I. vels of elevat.d rallway are maintalned on heavy fianir- towe.a laat* II t on double lln.s of .ste.-l glrders. The front parta of th.- Creaceat and Majeatle tbeatrae were shoi.-d up over the excava tion without lnterfirn^- arltb P'Tform Jn Fulton street. ln order to Inaure, that the llves of tho?- daily paaalng on th** > cars and ekvated tralna ahall not . ii is neeeeaary to prosecme l at a time. This. . -e, n.ak.-s for BtOWeT pTOgreaB. E .OUStS AT BAYVIEW. FR-tPUr. l. LONG I&lAhU The Fourth avenur- suhway Is norninll' a four-trark Btructure, bul than <:?? ? many ns ,1-iit tracki ln places when ful ure connectlons are provWU-d for There are eifcht statlons, all de_li;ncd to accom nodate ten-car tralns. Under the dual arranr.ment the sub way ls to be operated hy the Brooklyn Hapid Translt Company to coaaoct lt* BOBth Brooklyn llnes wlth Manhattan vla the Manhattan Bridge and a tunnei con nectlon via MontaKue Btr < ? t Plant ar< ne* beina perfected to ex tr-nd fho southern terrmlnufl to Mith street. Wlth provisi, n for a npur :o Staten Island More than MOO tnen are Btnployed on the Broadway and l.exlnKt'-n aven lM'-s alone Aboul 1,000 nun nre erti ployed on the Fourth Avenua Bubway, in Brooklra, aad about NO men -?. thi -???!? " r, Haa, tn Manhattan, ? total of ?ih'-.ttt 4,7fV> tn<-n em ployed ,,n the new luba ijrs a FINE HOMES AT BAYVIEW. Bayvtee ia a dellahtful town it nea nort. I/or? lalaad It ls within HV Ch reach Of Manhattan. It has line streete and curbs and la a beautiful suburban place. There are many handaome ftnmes at Bayvlew. amoaa thetn ColonJal villas, Queen Anne cottane. and seml-bunKalows. The Onslow-VT ore Company, wlth o.Tlces at Freeport nnd tn Court Btreet, Brook? lyn, ls showins tliL-sti kinds of rtriictures. Nlcholaon ,v Co neaoUated tbe r.-ci-nt sale for II <\ Smlth to the Al Eapren Company of Xos. _1S to 2*. Porty-I ' !i whlch ,-i twelvi.: ,' v 111 be erected 1 ? ,., ;,-.,. ? . ? ttin ? - ? ;? et, now oceu* by thc expreai I i throuan the aarne br /'partments Can Now Be Found That Meet Every Demand. Cyril P Stephenson descrihes. amons other things. apartment house conditlona On tbl Kast Side, ln an article on "Rent iiiR of Apartment Houses" In the last liaui nf tin- 'Real Ksiate MaKajlno." "Tbl nen?ral condltlons of apartment rentlti)' In New York have changed so tremendoualy durinx tbl last three years Baai Slde that It has almost al tered tbe methodi of llvini; In thls fanh lonable neighborbood "Where prevlously people were lncllr.ed t,, take apartments becauae It was tho only thinj they oouM afford, and ba auae ll eolved for them the servant Queatlon ,.i rendered bouaeheeplna eondltlona more casy, t4,-day people are retitltiK apaitn.imti becauae wtth them come more ,i aurlea and more con>fort, and, although the teaaatB have to pay In many casea very hlgh rents. even hlgher than prlvate houses command, yet they are willlng to do so on account of what they galn thtrebty "When some years ago one could ob tain only seven to elght roonas and one bath, wlth the bedroums all along a nar am pussageway, wlth the dlnlrig room flr. back un I the drawlng room ln front oowadayi (-ne can obtaln an apartmeal iald out In almost :mv manner that the Indlvldual may require. iae! been built In thc dlfferent local! tn h whlch are now be '.is lonable, aad their lo have changed wlth the changlng times. "In other words, it ls the apartment house to-day whlch Is elther followlng or l-ailing the trend of the prlvate house ^ection. "If we take a walk up Park avenue trom f,2d street as far as Kld street. we will see on all sldes of us not the old faahloaad fiat huil-ling, the buildlng ln which people had t l take apartments be eaUM th- y MUld Snd no others, but ab ?olutely modern twelve story strucl_res <if cvitv descrlptlon, varyinjr fiom seven room tnd two batrs to reventeen rooms and six bath?, and It would be a very ?asil.M..us :>erson w'.o would be unable to :ind something to sult hlm ln thls large \.irlety of bulldings "There 1* a type whlch ts suitable for the young msrrled couple, a type which ll sidtahle for older people, and a type whlch Is sulted for large famllles. al? though when lt ls a matter of obtalnlng more than four famlly bedrooms the houses whch provlde them are very llmlted. "There has probably never been a bet? ter market for the rentlng of apartments There ccrtglnly have never been so many apartments to offer or sb many tenants who wtsh to occupy them. "These remarks apply more to the Kast Slde. of whlch the wrlter has knowledge, than t e West .-41de, where the condition.) :,re ?-ntlrelv dlffcrent. "Thc Baat SIdii dlffers much from the Weat, ln that In F.ast Side apartments the glvlng of free rent ls practleally un known. When a man tnkes an anartment from October 1 he occuples lt from Octo? ber 1 and pays rent from that date. "VVe eannot too stropi'ly urge East Slde owncrs to make some sacrlfice to keep thi'- ai lt ls to-day. and not rlsk the cbaaci of rheapcnlnir their propcrtles and thereby lowerlnp; values by allowlng a period of free rent." VAN CORTLANDT LOT SALE. On Wcdnesday. at the Exchange Ssles- j room. Bryan L. Kennelly will sell flve choice Van Cortlandt Park lots, four of whlch are on the east f\<\p of Valles ; avenue, 200 feet north of 264th street. three j blocks west of Hroadway and Van Cort laadt Park. The other lot ts on the weat | alde of Newton avenue, one block from , Broadway. Monday, November 11, Mr Kennelly will Bdl at executor'i and truatee s sale for the e-tate of Ja.-nes Bi wen, No. 213 East i'ij'1 atreet, nr-ar Third avenue, a tlve story brlck tenement house with two Btoree - e B Nauhelm and I.eopold Blttrolff were the brokera ln the recently npornd sale of the Rve-itory buildl a. No. N West IMth street, for the Caacadi Realty and . i 'onstructlon Company high gAgnaaapMPff HOT_ir? f\% THE \JM LANGDON 5th Av. and 56th St NOW OPEN. NEW YORK'S LATEST PASHldNABLE HOTEL. Apartments may bc had of any rize unfumished on yearly lease only. Designed especially for those desiring a quiet atmosphere of a well ordered horae with all the comturts and advantagei of a modern hotel. Restaurant service in the rooms without extra charge. Bocklets and particulars on request. EDMUND H. CHATILLON. TKE FINEST HOTEL BELOW FOURTEENTH STREET. HOTEL VAN RENSSELAER 15-19 East Eleventh Street, Just Off Fifth Ave. SELECT RESIDENTIAL SECTION. High Class Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Elegantly Furnished. New, Modern, Up to Date. ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR ROOMS AND BATH. From $15.00 Per Week Up, inc. Meals. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. To rent by thc week. month, ?eason or year, al very attnetta , _ ol the h.?hest .undim al moderate rate. Table d bote brea' For further toformatiot. apply U? JAMES E. KNOTT, Manager. ? HOTEL AVOr. Lextngton Ave., at 30th St., NEW YORK Conv.-r.i. nt to shopplng and theatre centra* t -r. f conatruo tlon; all rooms outslde ar.d ele lantl.' furnlahed. S.-rvicp the best. ??at Lig-ht anfl Alr ln Mew Tork. Very ittrauUve corner BUitee, con alBtlriki of parlor, bedroom and large clooet; Bouthern expo iure. PBRMANENT RATES t21 and $25 Per Week ?EBTAUBAKT A _*a CABTB. CLUB _BEA_rAST. BooUat Bant on Berjueat. FOURTEEN EAST SIXTIETH ST. -?Qulet, Luxurious Raoldantlal Hotel. AffoidUiK tha Ex. i,i)-U?i?-x and Eleganeeofa Prrrate ????* dance Oppoalte tr.r Metropolitan Clal and the ?ih A-.*. ! . . lentral Park. Apartments. Single oi an Suit*-. rented furnietaed or unfurnlehed, for long tr ahort peuodn EAGER & BABCOCK MDkTlBKMK'NTh 4Nh Hl'BSCf'lPTIONB 'or Th'i Trtbunt r?-r,|v?<j at tn**ir l.'ptown ?***? No l.K',4 I'.fiitdway, l.^twewn 30th and *1Xn ?t?. ur.tll V eclock 9. m. HOTEL IRVING 2b Gramercy Park, 20th St., NEAI 4TH AVE. Fadng thc only Private Park jo thc City for Children to play in. The only Hotel in thii part of the city adapted for retined families. American and Kciropean Plans. Absolutely Fire proof 1-2-3 Rooms and Bath, hirnifhed or unfumished. PAR1 OR, BEDROOM AND p \'iii $30 PER WEEK AND UP POR TWO PERSONS, AMERICAN PLAN. Thc Anderson io WE i MTH ST. to?ey, Modern I amily Hole;. Amer'Cfin P ?n. Two iir.rl three K?'" \parfi-nr. w-lth llath Kurnl_hed or V***?***; I ..,.,,? b] the year. ExrHlent labl". " i'-ri-Bi-i Fiote! Benaissance $\? 5th Ave., Cor. 43d St. APARTMENTS The UMBjaea, N*? Totk'a lateit addltlon to it- nun.'f ' ' ' > hoUla, wa. apaaod on otoher 1. and lt Inauguretea *. new Maa ln the hotel li.'n-iry lt. Kom York. or I tl- r.urpo*. of the, roanairen,ent to c.m ' ll.ls fstabll.hment nloi;-; llr.e. JlfT-r-n.. I the atereotyp. & hotel. The rilte*. whlch may be had ln any .lie, are rented unfurtilah.d on>. for a term of >rars. ani Bttarattaaa aad Seeeratleaa wi i be made to ault the n U of leaaata Tha . . are ?o arranj-d that an entire I may be comblr.ed to ofter an attra<;tl-.e hom? for one family Tho restaurmt featora la worthy of men? tion. While there la Bl ''''"", .iining room ea tba raala Ooor. It la t Ot the mana?-en. laU aruest. wltb meaH ln thelr epartaaeat* ?*? t*e** '? havo thnn ln thel; own r.ome. and without addltlona! exp?r.se. whlch la cu.tomary ln other >. Tba I-'in-d n la dei-lKned ln the r'ire*t Wai jan i nnd tlie color acheme throughout the hetue bM 1 e. n ta.t-fnlly rar rl-.l out In tnnr. of hrowtt and goM. The Ivmgdon wlll be und-t the personal mnnagemont of Kdmund H rhatlllon. who ta ali-o tho iiroj.rlctor of the well known Hotel Le Marqula. at 12 En.t 81?t atreet. Tba laaaM dniaailraa are tastefuiiy flni-hed ln pure whito enaii.el. and the bathraoaia ara e?pecla!:y apeclous. It Is needlesa :n say that ?il th? lat-st appliaaeaa ha\e beaa iristaiie.i to fa<littate the aarvtee and provide for tho ? uf giiesta. Th-- loratlon ef UM Betal Avon, at Irxlnf ton avenue and ZOth -trr-.-t. Is ln a qulet. rwideatlal .-? - et*T- Wertkt rra, bed bf rear ear llaea M affordi th- sboppeT aa u.ual fncllitle*). Th- floor rra,-. Is ao ar . thnt oar-h r.,oin la an ont.lto ro.nii, Kl.ln,- UDpla l'Rht sml aunihlne. Fnd*r ? !.?t maiiauer. this betal is eaodaetad I" ,: .- mitb Um blgbi rt ataadai I al ,--?? vl<-e. aad aataaa to jiermanent and trnnitlont ?ru.at*. Foi UM transler.t gOaal tho Ilotol Aldlne la Miiklni: a ?aJltiBl taatara of room aml bath tor H Dndar the raaaacaaaaol af tho ara prteter, Mr H. D Waoe, t*"t obm aervlce i. ,,?? od 1? the, old Knlrkerbo-kor .octlon. tho Mriiot Mailtoii. ?f N<> ? Waa* 8,h Btieel, *"* on? | ./ ihe i". ue la data botela in thla district i I'nder Iho man.-.K.-m. nt of Mr. K W Mat lleld. lt f.rosonts an nlr of qulet and renoaa ., , th,- tb* t mini.gement of the pro r.rlotor. the Betal An.lrrwn. at No. 102 We.t 80th etreet, offers nnlet, blllWbl mirro.mdines, away ttort lha aaaaa eongi-sted dlstricts, \-t rendily scresslble. Tn- Hotol Aberdeen, Nos. 17, 19 and 21 Wo.t 37M atreet. ls niw under the manafe mont of Joseph B Markol. who Ml|aB ex tonelve Improvj-monts throughout. 71 n MM M Um bulldlnt' ot 1100.000 Now and alabor ate furniture, t-Vi.OO Three hundred larif. rvitsldo rooma. ?"h Prlvate bath The loea ilon ls very BBOBaa making It noreenlble to nll llnes of travel, the tbeatra and shoppln* dlatrlct. ADVERTISEMENTS and SUBSCRIP TIO -IS ^or THE TRIB UNK will be received at the to.lowing Branch Officea, at Matn Office Rates: 1364 Broadway, 157 East 125th SL, 2o3 West 125th St., 104 East 14th St., 25 4 8th Ave. an i 1035 3d Ave. TIT R HOTEL BEVILLE OFFERS V B It Y DE81R ABLE BUITEB Of k N I N 0 M B I R OF ROOM8, WITH ILL MODERN IMPBOVB \r i: \ r s . r ii I B o 0 m B a B B 0 F V A B l o r s s i z i: B, IQDIPPBD W 11 n L a r G E 0 L 0 s i: ts. ark WELL PUBNISHBD and well A BB ANGB1'. I H I X A B L B ( A L A 0ABT B) A N I) I I B AIM'OI N T M I N T fl IBB 8 T R 1 C T L Y ri BBT OLAB s. W I L L I R A I N I D W III T E BEBVANT8 BBNDBB BTBIOTL1 FP-TO I. \ T F. B B R VIC B T II | PB10BB B Alf G B FROM TWO D0LLAB8 POB BINOLB ROOMS UP TO SIX DOLLABB PBB DAY FOR EX 0BPTIONALL1 LABOI ROOMS WITH TWO B i: D s and B a C II. BUITBB 0ON81811 B Q OI 'PABLOB, BEDBOOM AND BATH It a n 11 B F R 0 M f <) B TY DOLLABB P B R \vi:kk nu riPTBEM BUNDBBD FER YEAR i f r (> T w E N T Y - W 0 I'll H V N D B I D P E R y r \ R iioiiMS AND BUITE8 ABB BBKTBD i: y t 11 B DAY, B I I H i: I B A80M A N D B Y TBE I E A K. A V E R Y Q F l E T YET C E H - T B A I. LOC A I I 0 N . AI'I'KaLI N G P A BT 10* 1 I.AHI.Y TO PEOPLE OF REFINEMENT MADIBOM Avrs-ii: am> edw pi-iumias. IM il BTREBT HAMAOB1L HOTEL MAJESTIC 72d Street, at Central Park West Thc HOTEL MAJESTIC offers to prospective residen ii.il patrons a few unetpialled suites in one of the largest and mo^-t cotnfortahle of New York City'? Hotels. The ex tensivc rebuilding and rcfurni>hing, combined with its loca tion, aecessibility and quiet, provides every facility for the home liie desired by a .sclect and rapidly increasing clientele. ( uisine a la Carte. Booklet upon retpiest. Direction of LOREN R. JOHNSTON, Manager. HOTEL ABERDEEN 32d St., Bei B'way & Sth Ave New anil absolutely fireproof hotel of 300 Ufht rooms, witl) private baths. Rooms, $1.50 & $2 Per Day. Telephone. 3400- -Mad. Sq. JOS. E. MARKEL, MGR. Hotel Aldine 4th Ave., near 29th St., The ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN NKW VORK CITY OFFERINO Room and Bath for One Dul'ar rtimi..- '.410 Mailiaon FOOOH HOTEL MARLTON, 3 and | XVe?T Sth ?!.. n-ar Sth nv* an.1 Waahlmtton S^are.-Renn,.. toWlUu fam llv _n,l trnniil.nt hotel; apurtniinip 1. .'. 3 rooma an<| bath. AMEKHAN AND El'ROPEAN PI.AN8 fonvi nlont locatlon: .levated. autway end Hudaon T.rralnal eurface cara. HOTEL BERKLEY 170 West 74th St, FaclriK Sherman Square, Corner of Amaterdam Av. Closi- to KxprfMH Stiitione of _?tij_way und EN-veteil A nm twelve atory famlly hotel: over 300 rooma: 4-xci-ptlonallv lar?e and lipl.t. eitra I.ir*? cloaata. Apartmenta of any alza, from 1 rnoni. ulth hath; rentala from |600 P<-r antium; all apartment* are lenaed hv the yeat. unfiirnlahed. No tr?nal<>nt ifU'flt* BRNB8T C. CHOWK, ReHdeat Dlrector. P.J/.CE GEORGE HOTEL, 27th and 28th Sts., Between 5th and Madison Ava., Apartments. handsomely furniihed, with bath and showcr, facing Madiso.i Square. Special rates to permanent guests for thc winter. Now Open for Insnection. GEORGE H. NEWTON, Mgr. formerly of Flfth Avenue Hotel. ADVKBTISXMKNTI AND 8UB3CRIPTION9 ? for The 'Iribune te.eived at ihelr I'ptown Ottlre, No 13H4 Hroadwa>, batween 3?t:i and STlh ati. untll I) o'clock p. m. Advertlae nienta recelved at the lollowing braneh on.ee* at refiilar ratea untll 8 o'clock p. rn., vla.: 264 bth ava., a. e cor. 23d at.; 161 Ith ava., cor. 12th at: 104 Eaat llth aL; HIGH CLASS APARTMENTS Moderate Rentals?5 to 8 Rooms HIGH CLASS ELEVATOR APARTMENTS 507 W. 111 th St. i JSSZ "', > j 615 W. I62d St. ?. a ..? 4 Rooms Large llght roomi. A new 6 - atory t4fl P*r Mnntl. Convenlent to Sub- 5 Kooms bullding. all outslde, 5)*>U 1-er MOnttl wuy und ..u>. L___ __ . Iliht. large roomi; S45 Per Month mail chute; shower 385 Central Park W. < ,?%,.) _btttlu' 7-8 Rooms FIrepvof bullding, 2 Baths tw? ?p*rt-n?ntB on 522-530 W. 136th St. I mSgJi fi-MA-ftl Ann a floor; extra large, Broadway' VVWIfl^VU llght rooms. 3_0 Kocms one block from - $45-ij>55 8ubway; new build 180 Claremont Ave. (fiJK,),Per Month SU 6-7 Rooms ?ne corT,,5r apa*-: _ ment, with 7 out $700-$900 slde rooms; aouth- mu U/'pct IC/ith Ct i" NV *'? \ ern exposure. TWW "*??'?- lOUlll 31,\ Nioiioiaa Ava.' One apartment 521 W. lllth St. 6 R??mS withcvoryimpr?,v? m4*nt in a quici, 4-7 Rooms $45-$75 $45 Per Month fteuct locatlon. Apply Superinter.dcnt on premises, or McVlCKAR, GAILLARD REALTY CO. MAIN OFFICE, 42 BROADWAY. 444 Columbus Ave., Near 81st St. Telephone 9282 Schuyler. A Few Very Attractive Apartments THE NETHERLANDS 340-346 West 16th St. (Park Btraet). One of the hlgheat clasa 12 story flreproof elevator apartments ln the Rlveralde Drlve Sectlon. Plctureaque ly altuated on hlgh ground. All modern lmprovementa. Includ? ing vacuum eleaners, electric waahlng ma chines. nltered water and many others, to natlsfy the most dls crlmlnatlng peraona. Subway and " L" 7, 8 and 9 Rooms, 3 batha. Rents $1,600 to$2,400 Rtatlon, Broadway Cara and 5th Avenue aXagae near by. Immrdlate ro-,?e?.*,loo. Baperlateadeal on PreoUaaa or REALTY & COMMERCIAL CO., Hl J'liurrb Bt. 'I'hone. Oort. Iltl 969 PARK AVE. N. E. Cor. 82d Street New 12-Story Fireproof Buiiding. Now Ready for Occupancy. DUPLEX APARTMENTS Pouth and West exposuro; all lmprovenients; open flreplacea for wood flres; Servants' atalr wavs; prlvate Roof Oarden wlth top floor apartmenta. 9 to 14 Rooma, 3 and 4 Baths Renta $2,300 to $5,500 PEASE & ELUMAN Agents, 340 Madison Ave. Tel. 6200 Bryant. 405 Park Ave. N. E Cor. 54th St New 12-Story Fireproof 10 to 13 ROOMS 4 BATHS Rental $4,200 to $5,850 Every Room an Oatalde Room TBafiigaraUBg Byatem Grarbagre Inclnerltee Tlltared Water, Plraplacea for Wood Prlvate -aundiiea, Sxtra garvanta' loomi Baady for Occupancy MOORE & WiXKOFF, 546 Fifth Ave., 45th St Tel. 1163 Bryant. THE WELLFORD 56 West Ilth St. *f?w B-atory Fireproof Apartmenta NOW READY FOR OCCUPANCY 3 & 4 Ro ms & Bath, $720 to $900 PEAS & ELUMAN. Agents, 340 Madlson Ave. Tel. 6200 Bryant 7, 8 and 9 Rooma. 2 Bath. Exceptional Apartmenta, St. Nicholaa Ave. & 150th St. Northwest corner. Rcnting agent on premises. W. D. Morgan, 86T3 Rroadway (147th Bt-). Phone 1074 Audubon. ' ? BOKOL'UH OF HltOOKl.YN. I8JO-1842 BROADWAY (near 8. mpter at.), Brooklyn; b large, fine roorna, batti; $12, i il'.' *" j t UJVERTISEMENTi* AND HUBSt'ItlPTION.-} " for The Iriliuiie received at thelr (,'ptown ifllce, No. 13*14 Broadway, between 3Cth and , I I7th ata. until b o clock o. m. Advartlae- i - nenta received at tha followlng branch offlcet it reguiar ratea until 8 o'clock p. m., vli.: >*J 8th ava., a. o. cor. 23d at.; 158 Bth ave., fl ?or. 12th at| 104 Baat Uth at.; 267 Weat 424 it., betwten 7th and 8th avea.; 2M Weat ?. 125th at.; 103". 3d ave.; 1708 lat ava., near c j'Jth at.; UT.7 -ut .26th ?'.. t 116 W. 59th St. CENTRAL PARK SOUTH Magnificent View of Entire Park. NEW 9-STORY FIREPROOF BUILDING 2 AND 3 ROOMS, KITCHENETTE & BATH. Especially Adapted for Physicians, Dentists and Bachelor Apartments with Light Housekeeping. RentaJ SI.200-S2.I00 PEASE & ELLIMAN Agents. 340 MadilOO Ave. Tel. 6200 Bryant -^31 and 33%s West 12th St. THE ARDEA Housekeeping Apartments SUNNY ? MODERN ? SELECT ^Seven Rooms and Bath j^ $1,400 TO $1,700 y^ Central Park West, n. w cor 86th St. LIVINGSTON Convenlent to all surfaee transportation. New "_'? ttatlon at rolunihua Av corner. HlflHIJST URAPE, FIREPROOF; AU, CONVBNIENCEB AND LCXl.'RIEB. Corner Apartments having unequalled southern and castern exposure. 9 large, light rooma, 2 and 3 baths. $2,250 TO $2,500. ELECTRIC LIGHT INCLUDED, THE WATSESSING 255 WEST 95TH ST? near Broadway. 7 AND S ROOMA 2 BATHS $1,200 to 11.400. Every Improvement, service the very baat. MOST ATTRACTIYE APARTMENTS IN THB BCCTION. Apply on preir.lsea. GIBBS & KIRBY, AGENTS, Hroadway and !03d ?t. TheClcveland 126*130 East <.4th Street. Rents $ 1,080 to $ 1,440. Apartm<-nts of li rooms and additlonal malda' rooma upstatrs. Excptlonally llght. Very lar^e clo.aets, Indudlng linen closet. ete, At the Hub of th>- Cltjr, wlth? in two mlnutHj' rasy walk from both Sub way ami "I." statlons. Partkularly suit? able for faimlt?s of adults or aroupa of baehelors. Will ReUecorate Apartmenta to Sult Tenants. THE HUNTS POINT ELEVATOR APARTMENT HOl.'BE. 8 4 6 6 7 ? rooma $3S $40 $.V) $J0 J4J2 |7S renu wlth 1 und - baths. PRIVATE P^RK FOR TENANTS. A. ARENT COMPANY. Eaat l??d and Nlninaon Street s. Take Bionx Subway to Slmpson Htre.t. Rivercrest P 8. W. Cor. 160th fl Waah n Av., block half from EUevator Apartment. L!VJ,th riub*aay " Htation. One 6-rcom and three 7 rammt apartment. itlll to lcase. Ileber C. Kiij . agent, on prero s?-a, 8:30 to 8 I' M Tel'pri De im, Broad? 'AXi Audubon. Inspertlcn at anj tune. THE ll \I IIMI a|K. iO Weat 6?th st. ?Two choice faraily apart nents. near Oth ave.. ta. Ing Cential Park; easonable r*ntal. Apply _-up?rlntendant. Tele* ihone 800 Plaxa. i?TH ST.. 80 WEST?"THE LORIMER" apartment*, 8 rooma-. near the l'laza Hotel; 11,604) and Jl.OiiO Janltor on prernlses IDVERTIflEVENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONB for Tiie Triliuna recelved at thelr I'ptown )tflce. No. 13'H Broadway. between 36t.i and 17th ata., untll 6 o'clock p m. Advertlse nents recelted at the tollowlng bran.h ofMcea it regular ratea untll s o'clock p rn., vla.i 04 Mth ave., a. e. cor. 23d at.; lftx eth ave, or. 12th at.; VH Enst Uth at.; 257 Weat 424 t.. between 7th and Sth aves., 21-1 Weat 25th st.; 1088 Bd ave.; 1708 lst ave.. near ftth st.; 167 East 126th at. URNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET WEST MII'E. 6TH ST., 71 WEST?Handsomelv furnlsherl apartment or aulte wlth all modern con 'ml.nces; also furnlshed rooms, tabla ao ommodatlon optlonal; very dealrable loca lon; third floor w*at. Phone bdiuylar IHIT.