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Corporation Takes Over the
?8-Story Building Adjoin?
ing John Street Corner,
Purchased Last Y e a r j
Greene Street Loft Sold;
Buyer to Occupy Space mj
Structure; Quick Resale
in East 31th Street
The Merchants Property Company,
holding company for the Merchants
Fire Assurance Corporation, haa
bought through William A. White &
Sons the eight-story building at 29 to
SI Gold Street, 54x07, from Charles S.
Platt, who has owned the property
since 1889. The buying company last
year bought the property at the north?
west, corner of John and Gold streets,
adjoining the building acquired yes?
The accumulated holdings of the
buying company now total 12,000
square feet, fronting about 70 feet on
John Street nnd 150 feet on Gold
Street. This forms one of the most
important unimproved plots in the in
sura: ' district.
The corner opposite was recently
bought by John A. Eckert and is now
being extensively altered and will be
occupied by insurance interests.
Greene Street Comer Loft Sold
H. L. Moxley <t Co. sold for Henry
L. Wardwell, 22 and 24 West Third
Street, southeast corner of :'Greene
Street, n six-story loft and store, 40x
75. The buyer will occupy part of
the building. The property had been
in the possession of tho seller since !
Resale in Thirty-fon irth Street
The Portfreo Realty Company j
(Wynne & Low) resold to the Pay- ?
gold Realty Company the four-story
building, 140 East Thirty-fourth Street,
20x98.9, title to which was taken on
Tuesday by the sellers.
Deal in Walker Street
Leonard Weil! bought the five-story
loft, 10 Walker Street, 25x100.
In the Bronx Sold
Operator Disposes of Flat at I
Hoe Avenue and 165th
Street; Other Sales
Daniel H. Jackson sold to David
Tuder the Marborou^h Apartments,
105(3 Hoe Avenue, corner 165th Street.
The house accommodates twenty fami?
lies. William Wolff's Sons were the
Jacob Sherman sold to Hyman Roeh
nia., the fivt ry rtment 1317 In?
tervale Avenue, 42.6x121.
?ohanna II. Seebeck sold to Lena!
Whitman the five-story flat at 437 East
135th Street, 20x100.
Enrico Ramiedi sold to David P. See
coff the two-story dwelling 1970 Dal; ?
Avenue, : :
August Schachtel sold to Adele B.
Scanlan the three-story dwelling 911
Summit Avenue, 24.3x122.8.
Fine Private Homes
Pass to New Owners ?
Mrs. T. Fosdick Disposes of
67th Street Dwelling Near
Park Ave nut?
William B. May <fc Co. sold fcr Mrs.
T. FosiJick to a client for occupancy
the modern five-story American base?
ment dwelling. 20x100.5, at 52 East Six?
ty-seventh Street, near Park Avenue.
The house was purchased several years
ago by the seller's father, B. F. Yoa
Slawson & Hobbs sold 134 West
Eighty-sixth Street, a dwelling, to Dr.
Simon J. Walsh for Elsie J. Smith. The
same brokers sold for the estate of
Charles De Hart Brower 31-4 West
Ninety-first Street, a four-story dwell?
ing, with extensions, 39x102.2, adjoin?
ing Riverside Drive. This house was
built to order, and after extensive al?
terations will be occupied by the new
Sale In Riverside Drive
Walter J. Burke, of Edward C. H.
Vogler, bold for the estate of Leonard
Lewisoha the five-story American base?
ment dwelling 72 Riverside Drive, 28.6x
65x irre'gulBr, to a client.
Oliver C, Macy and others sold to
Adelaide and Evelyn Whit* the three
story dwelling 117 East Seventy-ninth
Arthur L. Collins sold to Mary L.
McDonald the three three-story dwell?
ing* 1E4, 130 and 182 East Ninety-sec?
ond Street, 16x100,8 each.
Alfred J. Rooney, of Wood A Dolson,
?old to S. C. Lowenatein the four-story
dwelling 128 West Eightieth Street,
iOxlOO, for C. Rothdealer.
Sale? la Harlem Section
Arthur J. Sesaa bough* from Michael
J. Pox 160 and 162 East 117th Street,
two dwellings, ?OxlOOJl.
John H. Pierce sold ?or Brigetta Neu
ataedter 66 West 128th Street, a three
story dwelling, 17.6x100.
Ivers Bachelder sold to*S. N. C. Hicke
the four-story dwelfjng at 221 West
122d Street, 12.Cxl00.
Activity In 13Bth Street
Lucille Slade sold bo Lula Fields the
three-storv dwelling 813 West 139th
Walter J. Stevens sold to Annie E.
Wolfe the three-storv dwelling- 238
- ; 139th Street, 17x99.11.
. W. Smith, Inc., sold for Susan L.
her 2G1 West 139th Street, a four
?tftay dwelling. 19x100.
i ? -; ! y D. Pratt sold to Anna M.
v?r ^e three-storv dwelling at the
n01, .TS\ S?mer of Hamilton Terrace
and 141st att<?eti 20x5!)U
Nail & ParW sold for Max Sund
W,m.C?<A b?a?}M H. Jefferson 234
? ?ih*T *""*??. Sold
Mar/ J. Copeland ?sold tn t^.a r?
rer. the tenant, the thre&?? A'
fng at 20 Avenue C. 20x80 tory build'
Freda A. Fink sold to ?llci?. n_1
the three-itory dwelling 434, Eaat ?
?aty-eighth Street, 16.8x100. bev_
The Congregation of the Third Order
of St. Francis sold 1 ? Ocar \ Clvnrh
? 408 East Fifty-seventh Street, a three
story dwelling, 17.9x99.2.
Broker Gets 57th Street Store
.^?*?S & EJ,'l,man '?-'?sed a store at
142 West Fifty-seventh Street to
Carleton & Mott, brokers
Cushman & Wakeficldi Inc., leased
*'? Montgomery P. Crook the easterlv
>re at 6 and 8 East Thirty-seventh
?street to E. L. Seip.
-LHarris Vought & Co. leased space at
-yo'? ast Forty-seventh Street to the F
"?Bacon Company, and the second
SEAS?f?? AvenQ0 t0 Henry
Large Yonkers Estate
For Austin S. Donaldson
Purchases Attractive Property
of Lillian Paul, on Haw
Thomas S. Burke sold 448 Hawthorne
Avenue, northwest corner of Valentine
Lane, Yonkers, for Lillian Paul to Aus?
tin S. Donaldson. The property fronts
over 100 feet, in both streets, Improved
with a dwelling:, garage and outbuild?
ings. Mr. Burke also arranged for a
new mortgage loan of $25,000 on the
Buys Home In Mamaroneck
The Clinton Trading Corporation sold
to- Eleanor J. Mueller the one-family
dwelling at the north corner of Frank?
lin Avenue and Fifth Street, Mamaro?
neek. Samuel Cohen was tho broker.
New Yorkers Get Houses
Fish & Marvin rented for Mrs. F. L.
Moses her residence at Lawrence Park
West, Bronxville, to Frank Whitworth,
of this city; for Mrs. Horace R. Moor
; head her residence at Lawrence Park,
furnished, to R. J. Hamilton, and forF.
1 Mackintosh his residence on Sussex
: Avenue, at Bronxville, furnished, to
j Tom Hall, also of this city.
U. S. Mortgage Co.
Buvs in Madison Ave.
Gets Control of Block Front by
the Purchase of Three
The United States Mortgage and
Trust Company has purchased the W.
S. Whitehead dwelling, at the north?
west corner of Madison Avenuo and
Seventy-fourth Street, and the adjoin?
ing dwelling at "9 East Seventy-fourth
Street, held in the name of H. C. Grey.
Also the abutting house on Seventy
| fifth Street are said to have been ac?
quired by the trust company in addi
i tion to the Whitehead corner. The
three parcels adjoin the Madison Ave?
nue branch, established by the trust
company a few year^ ago at the south?
west corner of Madison Avenue and
Seventy-fifth Street. This was for?
merly the quarters of the Fidelity
Trust Company. With tho additional
property the United States Mortgage
& Trust Company now control the
imports in August
Foodstuffs Valued at More Than
WASHINGTON, Sept. 30.?Foodstuffs
?to the value of $210,000,000 were im?
ported in August, fleuris issued to-day j
by the Department of Commerce show, i
This compared with imports of $84,000,
000 in August, 1919. Exports of food- ;
stuffs for the month aggregated $154,
000.000, as against $205,000,000 the
same month a year ago.
For the first ei^ht months of the
rear foodstuffs imported were valued
at $1,360,000,000 as against $700,000,
000 during the corresponding period
last year and exports were valued at
$1,322,000,000, as compared with $1,-1
882,000,000 for the first eight months;
of last year.
Imports of crude materials for use in
manufacturing continued to increase
last month, aggregating $140,000.000,
as compared with $131,000.000 during
August, 1919. The total for the eight
- was $1,412,000.000, as against.
$951,000,000 for the same period of the
Exports of crude materials in Au-:
gust were valued at $140,000.000. an in- ;
crease of $10,000,000, as compared with
August, 1919, while the eight months'!
total was $1,277,000,000, compared with
-.. - '"",-V?r;. Vi?-.-?: -?f??.'.'"
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DAII/?. INCLCDINO SUNDAY
"Washington Irving," "Heiidrlck Ilad
Boii," "Robert Fulton," "Albany."
"De Witt Clinton" in Service May, 1621.
Direct Rai: Connections. All throueh rail
tickets botweon New York and Albany ac?
cepted. Mus..-. Restaurant.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIMHl.
Stearnr-r leaves dally, Including Sund?T,
De.?bros.ses St., S.40 A. M.? West 42d St..
?00 A. M.; West 12 U t h St., 0.20 A M.;
Yonkers, 9.50 A. M., landing at tBeai
Mountain. tWest Point (weekdays only),
? NewburTh, tPoughkeepsie, Kingston
Point. Catsklll, Hudson and Albany.
tReturn steamer same day from point?
Special Saturday afternoon trip Oct. 2
to Hear Mountain and Newb?rgh. Str.
Robert Fulton leaves Deabrosses St. Pier,
2 I>. M.; W. 42d St., 2:20 P. M. ; West 12Uth
St., 2:40 P. M Returning from Newburgh
6:45 P. M. ; Bear Mountain. 6:30 P. M.
Ideal one-day outing;?.
Telephone Canal ?300.
Denbroggon St. Pier
Special Sunday Trips on Oct. 3, 10,
17, leaving DesbrOMses 8t., 9.40 A. M. ;
West 42d St., 10 A. M. : West 129th St.,
10.20 A. M. : Yonkers, 10,50 A. M.. for
Bear Mountain, Newburgli. I'oughkeep
ule and return to West 42d it.
HUDSON R1VKR DAY LINE
Eastern Steamfshio Lince In?.
All the way by water
via tAtt LVD CANAL
.Ni.eaauer? leave Tier 1H, North KiTer. ft,
?? Murruy St. PHONK (?AKt'LAY ?00?,
Dally at 5 P. M.
"Tun frnuc nie plkasftv
By Boat and Kail
PROVIDENCE Boat Direct
ALL OUTSIDE STATEttOOMS
?Jout Leu v?s Pier :>i>, North Hiver (foot
J\c?,t Houston St.), Dully & .Sunday at &-.S0
1'. St., Daylight *uv?iik Time.
'Phone Mtriiti; *>??!>:,
m5W?i M.?2. Providence direct, ts.*?
pstiv ;. ;,e?ooms, $108. u.M. n.i*.
fliht H??tUdtaI Sunday. 6:?l P. M. (Dav
rr.ro H?'?1." T1,?e->
vi2i.lt ' "? ?? K. Phone 2700 Beekmsa,
/"*??" ? Pl.r or Consolidated OH?.?.
, hudso?Tr?ver night lines"
Dally ?alllni fr,,ra IMer sl_ N. R , at Deabro*??
? ?' Y .?' V 1SW St . ?^0 P- M n,l? Albany
'J o ^ook followlnj morning. Daylight Satine Tliue.
central Hudson uns.
.Newbursh. Poucbkeepsle, Kingston. I.V.
Franklin St., 4 P. M. Sat., 1 and 2:30 P.
M. All steamers leave W. 123th St. half
Trading in Flats
Confined to the
Sales Indicate Investors Like
Those of Five Stories;
Two in 7th Avenue and
Others Elsewhere Sold
Felice B. Keone sold to Adolph J.
Robinson and William IT. Wilkinson
2208-2210 Seventh Avenue, two flve
! tory flats, 50.6x75.
The Unity Baptist Church acquired
from Israelson Leibsohn the five-story
flat 70 West Ninety-ninth Street, 25x
llattio Heil sold to Abraham Silver
the two five-story flats 500-502 Man?
hattan Avenue, 37.6x95.
Woman Buys In 134th Street'
Hannah K. 'Blumenstein sold to
Colda Kaufman the five-story apart?
ment 509 West 13'lth Street, 39.3x
James Henry resold for the XL In?
vesting Company 231 East. 126th
Street, a five-story tenement, 25x100,
! to John MeKee.
Three Third Ave. nouses Sold
The Aitchandarr Realty Company
sold to David I. Goldstein the three
six-story tenements at 1139, 1141 and
11 -IT Third Avenue, tho last-named at
the southeast corner of Sixty-seventh
Street', 40x100 each.
Arthur J. Le?sa bought from the es?
tate of Elizabeth O'Connor the four
story tenement with stores 226 East
122d Street, 25x100.
Other East Side Sales
Theresa Lowy sold to Nancy Angiulo
the five-story tenement 2184 Second
Samuel Glaser sold to Joseph Ha
: mershlag the five-story tenement 298
' First Avenue. 2-4x94.
Banned Friend sold to Simon Gold
| stein the five-story tenement with
I store 53 Allen Street, 25xS7.6.
Bronx Buyer to Builtl
The Duross Company and O'Hara
Brothers sold for Charles E. Duross
the vacant plot, nt the northeast cor
j ner of Grand Concourse nnd 200th
Street (Bedford Park Boulevard), 72x
127, to Albert and Maria D'Arnico. The
purchasers are to erect a private house
for their own occupancy.
12? 15?4 4 B
5 Bast 13th st., City Elec?
?1623 St. Nicholas av., restau?
?inox Avenue A, Sara Morah
i?60 East 111th st., unknown ... None
9:3(1?23? West 46th st., John Ro
11:10?Front of B11 Madison av., 4th
Mu? Madison avs. car, Har?
lem K. R. Co.Unknown
11:40?2*10 East 23d st.. Standard
5:05?838 St. Ann's av., Bronx, A.
6:30?204 West 41 st St., auto of
Franklin Simon Co.Trifling
?135 West 28th st., unknown.
107 Division st., Jacob Schnei?
?875 Tenth av . unknown... Trifling
?West 110th st.; unkonwn.?Trifling
10:25?100 l'earl St.; Heiniin'l &
Garden City, Long island.
An exclus!-." Americarl plan hotel with an
a la carte restaurant for motorists.
Turkish and Russian ISuths.
Excellent 18-Hole GaV. Course Frse to Guests
Frequent electric trains from Penn. S' tion
.). 1. LANNIN CO., Props.
M7YV YORK STATE
MONTCLAIR. NEW JERSE?
lDi-JU, COUNTRY HOME.j j
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RESIDENTIAL HOTEL IN KKW ?
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OriN TU Hi h..iTIRR TRAR- |
?WNKnSHIP MANAGEMENT, i
FREDERICK C. HAM. COMTAKT. I
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
In Af lanfic ?'?iy If $ fhc
: OCtAN fROM
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN I'LAN
Aml)(is<iTt(l(ir lloto-Ii in Atlantic City, Ne?
York. Mntitu Barbara und I^oh Ancitlri,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Liisurpas?ed for
healthful Rest and Recreation.
OPEN UNTIL NOVEMBER
A. E. MARTIN, Manager
SPRING LAKE. N. J.
PUDDING STONE INN
Successful Week Emis. Open all year. Folder.
?. N. VINCENT. Boonton. N. J.
SPRING LAKE DEACH. N. J.
TOl'R NEW ENOL?ND
Perfect Roads, Magnificent Scenery; Good
Hotels. For Road Map address WM.
KIMBALL, Sec'y, N. E. Hotel Ass'n,
Draper Hotel, Northampton, Mass.
THE IDEAL TOUR
1,000 miles through New England's Scenic.
Wonderland. Route Book and Map on appli?
cation. 1180 IVway, N. 1'., or Hotel Eltpn.
Chateau Frontenac. Heights of Old Quebec.
Canadian Pacific Hotel?, 1231 B'way, N. Y.
Astor Gets $3,000,000
Loan on Knickerbocker
Bank for Savings Advances
Money on Former Hotel Be?
ing Altered for Offices
Vincent Astor has obtained a loan cf
$3,000,000 from the Bank for Savings
I on tho former fifteen-story Knicker?
bocker Hotel at the southeast corner
of Broadway and Forty-second Street,
which he plans altering; for store and!
office purposes. The loan 1s at the rate
of 6 percent interest for five years.
The city assesses the property at $3,
860,000 for taxation purposes.
The Knickerbocker closed its doors
last May, subsequent to James B. Re-j
gan selling his lease of the premises j
to a syndicate headed by Mr. Astor,!
who turned over title to the property;
last month to tho Knickerbocker Forty
second Street Company, incorporated!
at Albany in June, with Vincent Astor.,)
Nicholas Diddle and S. B." Thorn as
directors, and having: a capital of $5,
000,000. Tho structuro fronts 102.C
feet on Broadway and 185.6 feet on
Forty-second Street, with a 16.8-foot
outlet at 143 West Forty-first Street.
The late William Waldorf Astor erected
the hotel several years ago for Mr.
Refr?n, who took a long lease of the
The alteration plans, filed earlier in
the month, call for the installation of
stores along tho Broadway and Forty
second Street fronts and the remodel?
ing of the upper part of the building
for offices. The plans for the chances
were prepared by Charles A. Platt, who
placed an estimate for the cost at
Dressmaker Gets House
In Lexington Avenue
Pease <v Elliman leased for Bernard
L. Tim, executor, the four-story build?
ing 836 Lexington Avenuo to Marie A.
Bodoc, a dressmaker. The same bro?
kers leased for Ernest Greene the four
story dwelling ,'!08 West Seventy-sev
: enth Street to Mia. Mary Uiekox.
Herter tu ManageRuppertRealty
Otto J. Herter, formerly head of the
management .apartment of Frederick
Zittel &? Son, has resigned to manage
the real state department of the Jacob
Ruppert Realty Corporation.
REAL ESTATE?SALE OR RENT
SACRIFICE by builder?Must sell by Oct.
2 to reduce expenses, 7-ronm house, tiled
bath; plot 100x120 ft.; Dutch Colonial;
$2,000 cash; $7,000 easy term mortgage
buys it. A 10-room house, 2 tiled baths;
plot 100x150 ft.; garage included; modern
Colonial; 512,7,00; moderate initial pay?
ment; can both be occupied by Oct. 1;
Montclair-Morristown sectien; lino onm
I muting service; both big bargains. CON
i STRUCTOR, 1\ O. Box 1107, City Hall
I Sta., New York City.
COMPELLED TO SACRIFICIO?Owner go
ing to Chicago, sell beautiful 7 room,
white stucco cottage, all improvements,
steam heat, parat???, etc., large plot, HOx
187, for $12,000, with $3,000 down, balance
on mortgage; within 1 hour of New York
..il D? I.. .*;- XV. II. R? in tho HILLS OF
NORTHERN JERSEY and 10 minutes to
MOUNTAIN LAKES station. CHARLES
F?HRER, -17 M'. 21th St. Tel. 7.673 Fitzroy.
AT HACKENSACK; Immediate possession;
S rooms, bath, every convenience; large
plot; porch; well built; (?ne location: two
blocks si i.? I-.n and school; $i',8O0, reason?
able terms. SHAFFER, 723 Main st.,
Hacken'sack, N. .1.
MApLeWOOD, X. J.?N!n<? largo rooms,
stucco; in perfect condition; hardwood
doors; white trim; largo living room; flre
place; steam heat; copper-scroentil porch;
garage; 2 blocks from station; $15.000.
Tribune, Box C-157.
TO RENT - HNGLK1VOOD, N J., VKRY
attractive home, b<-st location ? -i aor>?;
garage; garden; larse lawn. ~b-..'..- trees,
fountain:?; one year or possibly longe? ; no
agent, J. W. LOVELAND. T?slfcphonfl 103
RI'TIIERFORD, N, J.?Nearly new houfio, C
rooms, bath, sleeping porch, electricity,
steam, parquet doors, open fireplace. Plot
33x181. Price ?S.O00. Van Winkle Co., Ruth-!
erford, N. J.
RUTHERFORD, N. J.?Houses for pale;
easy terms; write for list Van Winkle
Co., opp. station, Rutherford, N. J.
THIS COMPLETS EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE,
four master bedrooms and hath, maid's
room with running water, newly decorated,
storm windows, screens, etc.; bathing prlv
? lieges; good plot of ground. Trice $13.7 50.
. Owner, I.archmont, N, Y. Tel. 872.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY ? For salo.
South Yonkers, new stucco house, seven
rooms; two new six-room semi-bungalows;
brokers protected. Albert Lockwood,
owner, 45 Warhurton av., Yonkers.
HASTINGS ON HUDSON?Attractive oliiht
room house, all Improvements, overlook?
ing river; live minutes to station and trol?
ley; cash $2.000; owner leaving town.
Gleason, Rldgefleld Place. Phone 1049-R.
?22.500, lartre plot, 4 master bedrooms, 2
maids' rooms, 2 bat'.is, garage,
$36,000, 1 H acres, II rooms. 3 baths, 2
machine garage and apartment.
Homo of the fin, si residences, $40,000
25 minutes electric, express servie? to
BAKER f'ROWEI.L, INC .
47 West 34th St.. N. Y. City,
DUPLEX HOUSE, now being remodeled.
One side rented $50. Price, $9,000; easy
payments. 20 miles out on Long Island
Richard T. Childs. 47 West 34th St.
SUPREME COURT: NEW YORK COUNTT
Anton Cihak, Plaintiff. against Sophie
Clhak, Defendant. Summons: Action
for Absolute Divorce.
To the Above Named Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to answer
the complaint in this action and to serve
a copy of your answer on the Plaintiff's
Attorney within twenty days after the.
service of this summons, exclusive of the
day of service; and in case of your fallut?
to appear, or answer, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
Dated. August 10th, 1920.
JULIUS KENDLER &
MONROE M. GOLDSTEIN.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Ofn :e & P. O. Address.
No. 29 1 Broadway,
\. w Y( tk ' 'Ity
To Sophie Cilfak, the DefendantAbove Named:
The foregoing summons is served upon
. you by publication pursuant to an order
; of Hon. John Ford, a Justice of the Su?
preme Court of the State or New York,
: dated the 7th day of September, 1,920, and
filed with the complaint In ths office of
the Clerk of the County of New York, at
? the County Court House, in the Borough
of Manhattan, City, County and i?tate of
: New \ .irk.
Dated, New York. September 15th, 1020.
JULtUS KENDLER &
MONROE M. GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Ottlce & P. O. Address,
New York City.
intended for th? Real Estate
Section of the Sunday Tribune
mu? b? delivered COM?
PLETE to The Tribun?
office not later than 4 o'clock
en Saturday afternoon.
that mats or cuts
must be provided
%aith the copy for
special borders *r
Advertising received too late
for insertion in the Real Es?
tate Section will be inserted
in soother section.
REAL ESTATE AT A??mON
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
to help you tiave a home.
If you buy a lot and build a home,
city authorities are empowered to
exempt you from tetxes for ten years.
For a home ex-amine the wonderful location of the
Between Van Cortlandt Park and the Hill View Reservoir
to be sold at ABSOLUTE Auction
for whatever they will bring
By order of the United States Trust Co., of N. Y.
Trustee under the will of David H. King* Jr., Deceased
ar\i~rf ? ?. Titles Insured Free l
80% can remain on mortgage Lawyers Title & Trust Co.
Send for bookmaps to
J. CLARENCE DAV?ES, 149th St. & 3d Ave.
JOSEPH P. DAY, 67 Liberty Street,
APPLETON, PERRIN & HOYT, Agents and Auctioneer
59 Wail Street
LONG ISLAND KK.VL ESTATE
7 to 9 Room
</ fhc quality you dared
not hupe for these days
Low in Price
Edgeworth Smith, inc.
One West 34th Street
Phono FlU Hoy i>250
Property office directly opposite
Nassau Boulovard Sta. Plaza, the
first express stop In (larden City.
Phone Garden < Uty 11 '??!.
FURBISHED APARTMENTS TO LET
70T?? ST., lof) WEST.
Spacious Duplex Apartment,
in rooms and 3 baths, attractively fur?
nished, well appointed; house in tine resi?
dential'section. Rental $7,000 per year.
Apply to Sup't on premises or Edgar A.
Levy Leasing Co., 505 Fifth ave. Mur?
ray Dill 6960.
FIFTH AVE., between 49th anrl 50th Bts.
?Furnished apartment, parlor, bedroom
and bath; elevator and maid's service; to
sublet till October 1st; r^nt reasonable. Ap?
ply Miss Weiner. Fhono Murray Hill, 83S3.
TO SI BLET on Ion;? lease: Furnished apt.
to desirable tenant, 4th floor of 101 E.
nTth st.; -i rooms, 2 baths and kitchenette.
Social and business reference essential.
Apply to apartment. Phono Plaza 57S.
I'Til ST., FAST?Seven rooms in refino;.!
taste; two master bedrooms, maid's
room, throe baths; immediate occupancy.
Telephone Rhlnelander 2100.
1 15 WEST B5TH ST.?Kitchenette and bath
apsVtment ; front, Sth floor, southern ex?
posure, modern fireproof building; $105
month with rent paid In semi-annually, or
$200 a month with year's leas?; immediate
i o? se lion. ? ilrcle 50S9.
WEST 32D ST.?Newly furnished apartment
for l or 2 "gentlemen, two large rooms,
large closets and bath, in private h? ise,
near Central Park; convenient to Biibway
and elevated; ilght, heat and maid service;
$150 a month. Riverside 4170.
312 WEST END AVE., near 74th St., 2
rooms, $162.50; 3 rooms, $200. Dost
value for location,
TWO ROOMS, bath, kitchen tte complete,
newlj decorated, French gray carpets,
$1,500 per annum and1 up. 671 Lexington ave.
HIGH CLASS elevate,- cparrment, S rooms,
opposite Mt. Morris Fa.I; VVest; lent,
$2,000. Apply Supt., 31 W, 12 1th st.
47TI1 ST., 20 WEST?Large front room
suitable Cor studio-; furnished or un?
furnished. Phone Bryant L?177.
CENTRAL PARK WESr, 65?Handsomely
furnished 7-room apartment. Steinway
grand. _AIornlngs, C<dumb!is 1967._
NEWARK-?La Grange, 79 Lincoln Park; 7
ele ant rooms, modern tile bath and
shower, every possible convenience; day and1
night elevator service; windows face beauti?
ful park: only 30 minutes to Broadway via:
tubes; $150 month. Apply Supt. on premises or
FEIST & FEIST,
733 Broad St.. Newark, N. J.
TO LET FOR IH SIN'ESS PURPOSES
HIGH CLASS OFFICE SPACE
To lease from October first; 1.160 ?quar?
feet, unobstructed exposure, corner thlr
tlooi Emmett Building, Madison
? and 2Jth Street. $3.ou per aquart
foot, Including light and Janitor aervic?.
laqu : ?? " ' 11.d.iid Paint Company. Wool
BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR REN?"
JfTlce?. showrooms and lofts?soo ?Quar? ft?;
CLARENCE G. MARTEN?.
141? B'way 139th St.). Bryant sill
THREE light lofts, 24x96 ft., suitable for
light manufacturing. William J. Olvany,
100 Charles st.. near Hudson tit., city. Tel
81 ni ne Watl.ins 4693.
CONNECTICUT RFA I. F.STATE
48 of the j / PRICE
be3t acres ( /ONLY
ever offered ( j
in this section/ (323.500
in one of the best
Residential and Estate Localities
AT STAMFORD, CONN.
VERY CHOICE & VERY CHEAP
11 Room Colonia! UTons?i, tenant house,
large new barn and gitritge; extremely
fertile land; extensive rond frontage. I
suitable sub-divide Into sovernl coun?
try placen or building plots. Picturesque
woodland, etc. Owner is sacrificing'for
WORTH S lo, 000.
WEST? HESTER COUNTY REAL ESTATE
ML VERNON, N. Y.
10 ROOMS, .1 BATHS, sun porch, billiard
room, hardwood floors, vapor heat, embody?
ing the latest improvements; plot T."xl!5;
n.-ar station. Cuzzl Bros., 209 Fifth ave.
Tel. 2::r'2 Mt. Vornon,
HOLLOW TILE. STFCCO, S elegant ?argff
rooms, 3 baths, ? standing shower, parquet
Moors; open, closed and sleeping porches,
Claremont ave., near East Lincoln ave..
Mt. Vi rnon,
OPPOSITE CHESTER HILL PARK?S
rooms, 2 tiled baths, up to the minute;
corner plot, 115x110; garage. Mr. Just, 4925
B'way. Tel. 2061 Wad3Worth, N . V. City.
COLONIAL FRAME DWELLING, Rl.i
Ian rooms, tiled bath, open tirepl; . i
stricter! locaci?n; large plot; garage;
$13,000; terms. Tichborne, ii4 Mt. Vernon
ave 'I ??:. ? l-l :.
8 ROOMS AND HATH, sun porch, par
quet !'..-. steam heat, all improvements;
garage; $17,500. Eckert Const. Co., 39
Claremonl pi., or cor. Dell and Prospect
av.-. 1 , l. 3510 Mt. V. non.
P.KST STREET IN TOW.'.'?! 3 rooms, a!;
garage for 2 cars; plol 7;.\?2?; pos?
set Ion Immediately. Owner, W. T. Dlefen
Corf, 252 Summit ave., Mt. Vernon.
20 ACRE ESTATE ?l* ein'ng"1 121
roi . three baths; several outbuildings;
b autlft .. : > ated In hills of V
ter; nri ? ? $40,0i 0; might ex hange.
O'CONNOR REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
221 Hugui not St. Tel. 594 New Hochelle.
MANHATTAN REAL ESTATE
NO. 319 WEST 74TH ST.
5-Story American Basement
17 rooms, 3 baths; Immediate possession.
For particulars apply to
CLARK T. CHAMBERS
253 6th Ave. Tel. Murray Hill 7520.
QUEENS REAL ESTATE
forest i;)t!i,? <?3arDcn??
1.5 Minutes from I'rnn Station.
Houses and Villa Plots for .Suie.
Sage Foundation Homes Co.
47 W. 31(1? St.. or Forest Hills. L. I.
11 UNISIIED COUNTRY HOI SES
To Rent, Furnished, for a term
of years, nine-room country
house, 2 baths, sun parlor, laun?
dry; comfortable at all seasons.
For further information apply to
M!SS J. R. CATHCART,
324 Henry St., Hasbrouck Heights. N. .1
NEW JERSEY REAL ESTATE
eatherby & Co., Eoglewood, N. J,
o-i'.itj fer Sa!?
SALS OH. RENT iflK3
buy your, nome ? j??ts??
Beautiful Estate, !.. I. Sound, within
e -?? commuting distance; 12 rooms, 4
baths, every modern convenience; stone
and shingle construction; located midst
glorious old shade trees. BEATTIE & CO.,
244 Huguenot St., 2931 N. K., or 175
! Fifth Ave., Gramercy 360.
NEW semi-bungalow, 6 rooms and bath.
white clapboard sldlnc; living room;
open fireplace; hot water heat; $11,500.
HENRY B. DOWNEY, Est. 1890
239 Huguenot st. Tels. 1S07 and 4061.
Xew Rochelle, N. Y
SACRIFICE to settle estate; 9-room cot?
tage, 2 baths, hot water'lvat, gas, eh e
trlclty; close to water front; Ideal location;
asking $14.000; anxious to sell. F. A.
BEI.I.STAB, 31 North av. Tel. 3S71 New
Rochelle, N. Y.
I'rernlum Point Residence, on 1 Vi acres,
$125.009; 10-room house, residence park.
modern, plot 100x100, $10,0.)0; bargains In
h : ?- from $t5,000 up. OCAL REALTY
COMPANY, 2'34 Huguenot Street.
White Plains. Hartsdale, Scarsdale.
From Sl?.000 up. Send for list.
\VM. E. MOHEEI.I., Inc.,
i Pepot Square. White Plains. N. Y. Tel. 904.
S-room Cottape, 3 open fireplaces, hot
water heat, fc'.is, electricity; restricted
I neighborhood; tine shade trees: plot iOx'.OO.
. Immediate possession. C. LOH, 0 Orchard
CHESTER HILL.?Best location: 9 rooms,
2 baths, hot water heat; built 9 years
. aro; large porch, southerly exposure;
J16.000; must be sold; possession May 1,
1921. Cooley Realty Co., M. V. 3100.
SEE IT NOW
Chester Hill, substantial well planned
1 modern home, D rooms, fine tiie bath, every
modern convenlenee, 60 foot plot: J17.50?.
McCLELLAN* & CO.. Inc?,--ilt. Vernon, N.T.
-? . 7
year round hem in Larchmont Manor;
enormous living room with handsome rire
place, fiv" master bedrooms, three baths,
three maids' rooms and bath, hut water
heat, storm windows and heated porch;
two-car garage with quarters; step to pri?
vate bathing beach: any reasonable offer
considered: easy terms.
AKTIII'K S. IIAWLEY,
4C Post Road, i.archmont. N. Y.
Phone 425 Larchmont.
NEW BUNGALOW, $7,500, worth $10.501;
7 roqms and hath, hot water heat, elec
j triclty, newly decorated, sleeping porch;
I fine neighborhood; near station; owner
leaving city, will sacrifice at quick sale.
THOMAS, South Broadway and McLane
iv. Tel. Yonkera 52S7. Open Sunday.
Splendid Opportunity to secure a fine
home at fraction of coat, modern
2 baths, extra lavatories; line river view;
convenient; asking $22,000; don't lose this.
CHRISTIAN GAUL. Telephone 3619-W,
"Bargain?Large reception ha!!, parlor.!
dining room, butler's pantry, kitchen, five I
bedrooms, bath, fireplaces, double garage
- acr . ! DO?$7,000 cash. CHARLES
.1. LAWRENCE. Danner Ave., Harrison,
N. Y. Tel. 815-J Park."
,8 ROOMS, bath, five minutes to atatlon;
fine neighborhood; river view; $2,000,
cash, balance easy term?.
R. M. DEVINE,
Phone 701. Hastir.ga-on-Hudaon.
$1.500, balance on mortgage; six rooma,
all Improvement?; lot 60x100. $3.100. bal
ance on mortgage, 7 noms, ail improve?
ments, open fireplace, sleeping 'porch ; plot
50x200. VAR?AN & STILWELL, opp. depot,
Mamaroneck. Tel. 334.
?TEENS REAL ESTATE
New Garden Apartments
The illustration ?hows the unique block plan. The in?
terior of the block is restricted to a park for the benefit of
all. Each apartment faces in the street and garden. Every
room is an outside room. Many of the apartments have
built-in porches and all are up to date in every particular.
It will be well worth your while to investigate the
Jackson Heigtlts Plan of Tenant Ownership.
4, 5 & 6 Room Garden Apartments
Ready for occupancy this fall
/ Social and business references required
The Queensboro Corporal
E. 42d St.. Cor. Madison Ave.
Telephone Murray Hill 7057
Oppos!'. 3 2'?? h SI S lb
Visit Jackson Heights To-day
22 MINUTES FROM 42D STREET
f* visit Jackson Heights by most convenient route take Sur-way
rentrai, transfer to Queensboro Subway (Queens Line) to 20th St
A pamphlet containing all the laws
affecting Landlord and Tenant passed
at a recent Special Session in Albany
may be obtained, without charge, from
MARK RAF?LSKY & COMPANY
Real Estate Brokers
Management of Properties a Specialty
21 EAST 40TH STREET.
IMTiiMMIKI) APARTMENTS TO LET j UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET
Central Park West at 86 th StV.
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
. APARTMENTS '
1, 2 and 3 Rooms, or more as desired
Restaurant a la Carte
WM. F, INGOLD, Manager.
1 West 67 th St.
A Few Large and Small Duplex
Studio Apartments of
3 and 6 Rooms
Furnished or Unfurnished.
Free Cooking and Rofrigerution.
MAID SERVICE BY THE HOUR.
Inquire Manager on premises.
247 FIFTH AVE.,
S. E. COR. 28TH ST.
Desirable two room and bath apart?
ment; rent $2.000 per .annum
i55 E. 72ND ST.
Three room and bath apartment;
r,m $1.500 per year.
Ruland & Whiting-Benjamin
36 E. 58th St. Tel. Plaza 4951
3 Rooms and Bath
157 West 57th St
Consisting of living room, bedroom,
bath, kitchen and 2 closets.
Modern, fireproof elei itor apartment
huuse. Maid service optional.
Apply on premises or
Edgar A. Lev}) Leasing Co.,
505 Fifth Ave. Murray Hill 6860.
150 West 79th St.
9 Rooms & 3 Baths, Duplex
Suitable for Physician or Dentist
Apply on premises or '
Edgar A. Levy Leading Co.
SOS Fifth Ave. Murray Hill 6!)60.
782 WEST END AVE.
Modem ?2-S!or?/ Fireproof Building
SUPERINTENDENT ON PREMISES.
74TH ST., 104 EAST,
NEAR PARK AVE
Two rooms and bath and kitchenette to
lease, un'urnished, from October 1.
E. Franklin, b3S 1st ave. Var.derbllt 42DS.
S5TH St.. 311 West?Business man only;
.!i I apartment on entire third floor,
conflating of three rooms and bath. In
owner's residence; no housekeeping ; busl
ness and social reference?; $1,500. Phone
UNFURNISHED 4-room apartment for
rent; ready Oct. 1, IUZA st. and Crest?n.
Very desirable. Apply H. H. Plerson. Han
over 14?J7. or E. Fitzgerald. 230? Crest?n
FOR RENT?Si?-room flat with all mod?
ern Improvements. University Heights
R.-ar Washington Bridge. Imiulra 1523
BOTH ST., IS E (5th av., Carnegie Block)
?Apartments, studio rooms, reasonable,
Apartments for Rent
1256 W. S4, N. W, COR. B'WAT.
5 Rooms and 2 Baths
RENT, $3,000 1'EP. ANNUM.
X. E. COR. 9STH * BAVAT
7 Rooms and 3 Baths
EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE FOYER.
RENT. $4.000 PER ANNUM.
i W 78TH., N. E. COR. B'WAT.
5 Rooms and 2 Baths
RENT, $3.000 PER ANNUM.
Inquire on premises
Phone Lenox 9000
Cor 77th St.
7 & 8 Rooms, 2&3 Baths \
58 Central Park West
Corner 66th St.
10 & 11 Rooms
2 & 3 Baths
Particulars of other
apartments on request.
Apply on premises or
B?NG & BING
119 AV. 4011? Jt. Itryant ftllO.
55th St. and 7th Av.
7 to 8 Rooms
$2,700 to $3,200
&nl October 1st.
1 WEST 67TH ST.
A few larfre and small duplex stud!-?
-? lent . of Z and 6 rooms, furnished and
unfurnished; free cooking service and fr-.?o
refrigeration; restaurant, swimming yool;
maid service by the hour.