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HELP YOUR BOY
FIND HIMSELF
it a school which emphasises:
1?d?vl*>?! lnstrOTtta?.
?Vide range ?* ?ubjeets.
4 peogr-m f??r tack bey.%
yntcticvi vtwa-krwsa aaatysi*.
sgeaktnc in publie,
?ympatnetl?? faeatty.
oreup *+******>
fatry facility for the development of
fa modern boy,
McBURNEY SCHOOL
THOMAS HKMKNW.V, Headmaster
318 West 57th St., N. Y.
THE SAVAGE SCHOOL
FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION
jjS West Stta St.. New Y.rk City
_7th Year OPENS Sept. 16
The Largest School for
Physical Education in
N. Y. State.
The Demand for our grado?
?tes exceeds the supp?y
Prepare? Higb School Graduates to
teach Physical Training
Thorough Course in Dancing
Register at Once
Dr. Watson L. SAVAGE, Proa.
BeRKaCY^RVING
SCHOOL*' BOYS
-313 West Eighfy-lh-rd St.
"From Primary to College**
41st Tear
gnu.!! classes and Individual Instruc?
tion. Special preparation for all
colieees _.r.J West Point or Annapo?
lis. Larg6 swimming pool, gymna?
sium and roof playground. Regu?
lated athletics and recreation. Sup?
ervision from 1:3- A. M. to S P. M.
if desired. Afternoon Outing Classe-,
Illustrated Catalog on Regnest.
LOOS P. BAY, Ph. D? He-dn
TeZepAOT-? Schnyler 483.
ST. PAUL'S
GARDEN CITY, L. I.
Boardirir and Day School tor
Baya Only 40 minutes from
New York. Fall Terra beg-In?
? e?:*-_-er 2_- BuiidlngS opes
I ?r ?nspection.
Paily from 8 te 4
For Catalog address
WALTER R., MARSH
HEADMASTER
130 Stewart Atenu?
Phone
.-Garden City H* _,
Social Motive School
526 WEST 114TH ST.
Sb Year High School Co-ohm?? for Girls.
,;:r Tear Elementary Course for Boy? and
Oirls. Coll?e? Preparation. Courses in
. iuJe French, Music, Gymnasium, Pine,
industrial and Dornest te Arta Seventh
v?ar opens September 19. 1921. Cathedral
T1W. Bertha il. Beatley. Principal.
Be-orn of graduate? notable }??a f?
? Weat SSd St.. New Yea*. "
THE GARDNER SCHOOL
FOR GIRLS
II East 5!?t St., N. Y. City'
Board-1? _Ld Day Schcui. Primary to Poat
tjnuii-r-'. Cnllege Preparatory, Academic
Meretarial and Special GttS-Ss, Music Out
?oor AUUeUci. BJdUi*.
65th Year Begins Oct. 4th, ?92?. '
THE BROWN SCHOOL
OF TUTORING
t-1 Next ?3t_ St. Tel. { -li-mous .",894. i
led 190t;. Jnd?vi!.'ua.r instruction
Caches pupil HOW TO .STc*0-*. .Supe--'
?pod study period?. Brilliant, backward
?na average pupila al'i sa.'. _ time. _?_;;
?er.n. opans G.:t. 3d. ' !
"A School with an Atmosphere of "Work.**
HAMILTON INSTITUTE
FOR BOYS
anu! ?f *b"th a*. Schuyler SZSS. '
l!!l,-*;^lAT~':lRAiIMAR--HIGIi SCHOOL
SCHOOL CERTIFICATES for ST cot
,:;:l'vn,BVa CON-.N-ECTIO.XS Wfttj East
?- __ Olxr.NG CLASSED.
, ^ Tears Under Personal Oir-Cllon of
N. ARCHIBALD SKAW.
BROOKLYN ?j&&&.
| fl Term Begins
LAW SfHAA. Mott??*y sept. 2?
?HI IT B-7VrllVVl_ p.tt-?r__?at? Ceuns
?sMSiiiut? from Brvefciya ans Manhattan Berastt
?Si* Su.way autienj. Sen* for Catalssus.
Hamilton institute lor Girls,
Riverside Drive and 90th St.
'?')) year undee guidance ot Mrs.- Shaw,
?iper-med Study?Large Gymnj-lum?
?*n*g- Preparation?Secretarial and Mom?
?a-.nj- rourses. Thoroughly graded
wanimarian Primary Department.
PWIGHTS-S&fc
fj__l?'?B*-?nts. **v_t P-tot & Annapo-a. 43d y?.
"SSjej* _ study of the Imiividit-J ?tudoafc
?ALL TERM BSO1X8 SEPT. J*.
?AI I API"! UEG?STEK NOW FOB
r^JP SECRETARIAL COUWE
uCHOOl ?1? t?. Ato., at 5?d St.
*,V,V/U C#ntr_J Branch T.W.C.A.
STEVENS SCHOOL
?. SUth St., Hoboken, ?. T.
risoper.g Srntjniber IS. R?sister now. Sps
"i" preparation for scientific institutions.
PRATT
SCHOOL. e_ Wwrt 4>th Street, *Sse
retarial tralnln.: ln-.-itdual ta
su-u.-.ion. Regi-ior now. Student?
under _i_t-?n not admitttd.
KYLE SCHOOL FOR BOYS
Psaeton-oo-Hudaon. 23 mile- TM?w Terh
A r^n homelike ooardlng school
V. S. SECRETARIAL SCHOOL
.81 i iftli Avenue (At 44th St.).
J. Carpenter's Pritate Class?-. |*o;t.
5"*?st Es? Ave. 22?d Year. yr.ular. i
TMK PA1NE 8CMOO?.
IsSl UruuiHvuy. Bus-uce? Courses.
DANCING INSTRUCTI-ON
LOV ELL'S
637 MADISON AVE.
Cor.59t-tSt. 484,*?2S-s!
w<i fu-rcntse to tesch you fa
dan?s ?!! th? !*t?st modem
du'ire? <iu'.ckiy an! ?orrfetly.
10 LESSONS $8
l-P-VATB IJCSHONS
WITHOlf AVPOtNTSnCNT
as a. u. so il p. M.
Perahing Leads
'Buddy' Parade
In Baltimore
Former Members of 29th,
27th and Rainbow Di
visions Take Part in Cli?
max of Veterans' Reunion
Message Sent to Legion
First Procession of Organ?
ised Labor Since 1917
Is Reviewed in Boston
BALTIMORE, Sept. 5.~General John
J. Pershing this morning headed a par?
ade of several thousand ex-service mon
which servad as a climax to Buddy
week here. With fifteen banda, former
members of the 2Sth and 79th Divi?
sions, as well as representatives o?
some units of the Rainbow Division,
who have been in Baltimore for re?
unions of veterans of World War out?
fits, raarehed through the center ?f the
? city amid cheers of holiday crowds.
General Pershing rode in an automo?
bile with Governor Albert C. Ritchie.
| France was represented by Lieutenant
j James Lavat, military attach? of the
French Embassy, *flfho rode in a car
with Mayor William J. Brooning.
World War heroes and Grand Army
veterans also were In automobiles.
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 5.?Primarily
a day set aside for the men and women
who labor, Labor Day and what it
means finds repose also in the hearts
of members of the American Legion,
J. C. Scrugham, national vice-president
of the American Legion, declared in a
, statement to-day.
"?Members of the Legion are devoted
by their declaration of principle to the
.protection arid advancement of the
welfare of the country," said Mr.
Scrugham. "This welfare, embracing
the supremacy of law and the preserva?
tion of popular government, may best
"be attained in the Just recognition by
all Americans of iaa essential rights
and privileges of labor."
BOSTON, Sept. 5.?The first parade
of organized labor since 1017 featured
observance of Labor Day in Boston to?
day. Thousands of men and women,
representing practically every indus?
trial craft in the city, passed in review
before state and city officials.
Gompers Flays American
Bar as Group of Parasites
Declares 'Humanity It Strangled
by the Lawyers Legalistic
Concepts*
Special Dlsyatch to Th? Tribune
BALTIMORE, Sept. 5.?More than
SO.OQO parsons heard Samuel Gompers.
president of the. American -Federation
of Labor, scathingly arraign members
of the Aift'erican Bar Association for
their hostile attitude toward union
labor at to-day's celebration in this
city. The veteran labor chief also ap?
pealed-for jastioe for the-West Vir?
ginia miners and wished godspeed to
the conference in the limitation of
armaments.
"In their recent meeting the Ameri?
can Bar Association tried \o convince
the public that they are realty sincere
in their denunciation of unions. They
are a group ox parasites who produce
nothing hut trouble, upon which they
live. Humanity is strangled by the
lawyers' legalistic concepts; their ut?
terances, and actions are in ?nver of
those who offer the most remunerative
tit?ld." Let me offer up a simpl? grayer.
? "Lord God on High? I beseech" Thee,
: save the people of our country from the
I lawyers.'
"The men of labor insist upon their
; rights guaranteed by the Constitution,
including right to be heard by counsel.
But we do not select lawyers to arsruc
; our course with our employers. We
demand the right to select for our?
selves the men who shall represent us.
The right to organize and to have
j representatives of our own choosing
are the cardinal points on which we
stand or fall."
Taking up taxation, Mr. Gompers
said: "?"Friends, keep you reyes and
ears open as to hojv you will he taxed
as a rasult of our World War, Here
we -are in the richest and most fertile
land in .'th* worid, full of wealth and
prosperity, and yet more than 5,000,000
workers arc unemployed. Some say
this condition is due to high wages paid
to werfcers. This is absolutely untrue.
In arguing for lower wages they tell
us of a fall in prices of commodities.
To what appreciable extent has the'eost
of living gone down ? Let any house?
wife answer. How about rents. They
are still going up."
-J?x. G?mpers then launched an at?
tack upon "that member of President
Harding's Cabinet?Attorney General
Daugh?rty?who he charged is going
about the 'country denying labor the
right to strike."
Knights of Columbus Get
Old Pilgrim Chureh Property
The San Salvador Knights of Colum?
bus Building Association has acquired
the old Pilgrim Church property at
th? northeast corner of Madison Ave?
nu? and 121st Street, the sale of which, '
to Robert Blake, was reported recently. I
The registered deed shows that a price
of $85,000 was paid for the property, j
which fronts 75 feet on the avenue and
142.6 feet on the street.
Frank A. Keeney Purchases
Theater in South Brooklyn i
The Bay Ridge Theater, 100x200, at !
the corner of Third Avenue and Sev- j
enty-sacond Street, under lease to the j
Wilii?m Fox Amusement Company, has !
been purchased by Frank A. Keeney, I
owner of theater? in New York and
Pennsylvania. The theater cost about.
$300,000 and has * seating capacity of
more than 2,000.
-????'-" * , . ..
Trust Company Buys Newark
Site for Office Structure
Feist A Feist, Inc., sold for Susanne
Hall 202-204-206 Clinton Avenue, New- !
ark, N. J. !
. The property has * frontage of about i
58 feet on CHnton Avenue, with a depth i
of 100 feet. Joseph Segal purchased |
the property for the Weequahic Tru?t j
Company, which will in the near future I
erect an office and banking structure.
-?
Machine Plant for Belleville
Louis Schlesinger sold in Belleville,
N. J., to* the Rafter Machine Company
the vaeant plot at tho southwest cor?
ner of Joralemon Street and Stephen
Street, "f o? t*e estate of John H. East
Wood. The plot has a frontag? of 112.13
feet on Joralemon Street and a front?
age "of 1?3.83 on Stephen Street. The
Rafter,-Company plans to erect a ma?
chine- shop. -
Gets East 71st St. Home
Everett K. Seixas Company leased loi j
W?st. Seventy-first Street, a three-story
dwe'Uihg, to Nestor Lind for five years,
120,000 Fr<mt 40 Unions
March in Boston Parade
?First. Labor Demon*?ration in
j Five Years; Jobless Visit
! iite Mayor
BOSTON", Srpt. 5.-Boston's labor
bosts, men and women, 20,000 in num?
ber, gave a demonstration of unified
strength to-day in the first Labor Day
parade attempted by them for five
year?.
Twoscore of unions lined up for a
parade through the principal street?.
On their way past the State House
and City Hall they were reviewed by
Governor Cox and Mayor Peters.
Two hundred unemployed men later
marched to the City Hall and paid a
visit to Mayor Peters. They lined up
on the steps while their spokesman
read a petition which among other
things asked for public improvements,
which would give the jobless men em?
ployment.
The petition also thanked the Mayor
for allowing the men to sleep on Eos
ton Common, but called his attention
to the fact that the weather would
soon prohibit this. It asked that the
Wayfarers' Lodgn, a city institution
j where homeless men are given a
j night's lodging for three hours' wood
chopping, be arranged to accommodate
I more men.
The Mayor, who some time ago spent
; a night incognito at tho Lodge and
chopped wood in the morning, replied
briefly. He said he had a number of
public improvements in mind and if
J they were put through, the contractors
! would be sure to hire some of the
j jobless.
| Dedication of Day
To Unemployed,
Urged by Davis
Secretary Asks for Concert?
ed Effort by Employers
and Employees Alike to
Solve Mutual Problem
DETROIT, Sept. 5.?-Dedication of La?
bor Day, 1921, to the relief of the na?
tion's unemployed, estimated by him to
number "nearly 6,000,000," was pro?
posed by Secretary of Labor Dav's to?
day in an address to the workers of De?
troit.
This dedication should carry with it,
he said, a concerted effort on the part
of nil Americans, be they employees or
employers. As measures of partial re?
lief the Secretary proposed the under?
taking of public works, distribution of
work in mills "so that all may have
jobs for at least part of the week," and
the shaking off of fear and the taking
on of faith and courage.
The Secretary in his address direct
j ed a message to the employers of the
! nation, declaring:
1 "Don't set your wages by the hungry ?
! crowd at the gate to your mill. That is ,
! only a temporary wage. During the !
! war the pendulum swung over to the .
side of the employees. Now it has !
I swung back to your side. Play fair
now and you will do more to stabilize
I your business and bring good feeling ,
! than anything else you can do. Keep
: in mind the fact that those men who ;
I are swarming around your gates look
jing'for work are the same human'
beings as yourself. They have the same
I aspirations for their families that you
i have for yours. Regulate matters now
for the future and( play the part of
far-sighted wisdom."
To labor the Secretary held out the ;
1 assurance that "in spite of the occa
i sional 'hard-boiled' employer, no true
'. American business man entertains a !
: serious thought of crushing the work- j
1 men's organizations." * j
Opposition to the principle of the ,
! living wage also was expressed by Mr.
i Davis.
"I am against the living wage, he ?
? said. "It is not enough for a man ;
! merely to exist, to meet the cost of
? living, whatever it is, to pay the rout
, and buy food and clothing for his fani- j
ily. A man like the American work
i man needs, he earns and he demands j
something more than that. He wants ;
: to save, and he should and must be-j
: able to do it."
REAL ESTATE?SALE OR RENT
Brooklyn
Richmond
TO LEA.SK??-'mall road hods? at AnnadaU
Beach. 8. I. Rftfckirt. Phon? 2012 M.
TtottsnvUle.
Lone Island
; _?T FREE'POltT. L, I.?New .Summer bun?
galow, 4 looms and bath, on plot 30x100-.
i'nee $3,250, on easy terms.
JOHN J. RANDALL'COMPANY,
?36 X Long- Beach Ave.. Freeport, ."?" T.
New Jersey
AX EXCEPTIONAL OFFER
Several new houses, 30 minutes from
I Hudson Terminal, in beautiful restricted
section. ? and 7 rooms, every improvement;
I near station; larg* plots, SB.300 to |10,000,
j easy Hrm?; would consider renting- to
rieht party with option to purchase; quick
I action necessary. FRANK MILLER, 13
"Park Row; Barclay 8C8S.
N?W HOUSES AT ??.600 UP
! at Bogota Dsights, built *>f stucco an*
1 frame; steam, parquet floors, electricity;
? plats 40x100. Michael Bros. & Christian.
I sea, Mapiewood and Pausada aves. Tot?
phone Hackensack &S3-R.
Snbnrban Real Estate
QUICK SALE means mor* to me than
price: 13-room house; plot, 159x230: five
blocks from station; SI Hobart av.. Sum
I mit, N*. J.. conseded to be one o? best built
j in city; will accept any reasonable offer or
I consider-trade-for farm within IV? hours
I New York. W1NSHIP, phones Summit 403
or Rector 5320.
Kentucky
[ FOR SALE?Kentucky Blue Grass Farm,
S00 ncres; greater, .portion has been in
grass for many years. Over eighty acres
woods; well watered, unfallinp springs,
running stream; eleven-room hjiok dwell?
ing., three large barns, good tenant house
and cabins. Idea! for stock raising. Will
grow as flns corn and tobacco ?s any land
in State. Fur details write H. C, Grls
woid. 43? W. Main, Louisville, Ky.
TO ?ET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES
LARGE and small offices In 18-story build -
. ing. Owner on -premises. 7 Water St. and
1," Moore St. Phone Bowling Green 6094.
FACTORY PROPERTY WANTED
FACTORIES WANTED.
GAILLARD REALTY/ CO.. INC.,
68 Wilham St. Pbone John 109S,
APARTMENTS TO LET?-FURNISHED
Manhattan
&3D-PARK AVK.~?7 rooms. ?' baths; un?
usually attractive- and comfortable: an
tique mahogany throughout ; season or
year; $800. ''Plaaa ffffoi" "Rector P0S?."
1-09 WEST 45th St. (Hotel St. Jain*?.).
Midway between Sih Avenu? and Broad?
way. Sitting room, bedroom (twin beds'),
bath ?l.SOOto ?2.350. Sitting room, two
bedrooms (twin beds.) two bath?. ?J.Ooo ?
to J4.200. Three exposure?, sunshine ?n ,
cverv room. furniture and decoration '
strictly htgh-uUss, Manugemont. W. I
Johnson Qufnn.
APARTMENTS TO LET?UNTURNISHEP
Manhattan
109 W. 4STH ST. ? Hotel Bt. James. 1
Midway between 5th Avenue and Broad?
way. ' Sitting room, bedroom and bath. |
All outside, sunshine !n <*-%*ry room. ? 1,408
to la.00? per year. J3ft.n?gement W.
Johnson Quino.
Real Estate News
Place Local Business
Iii Hands of Others
Ladd & Nicholses New York
Office To Be Cared for by
Separate Company
Ladd & Nichols, Inc., announce that
their New York office has been turned
over os a separate corporation to Colics
J. Coe, of 5 East Tenth Street and
Southampton, L. I., and Sydney E.
Brewster, of 635 Park Avenue.
Mr. Coe was formerly with Brown,
Wheelock & Co. and has been with
| Ladd % Nichols during the last year.
Mr. Brewster recently joined the firm.
The business has been moved from
15 East Fifty-fourth Street to 9 East
Forty-sixth Street. As before it will
specialize in Long; Island North Shore,
Westehester County and New York
'City properties in the Forty-fourth
i Street district and on the upper East
I Side.
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j Many Greenwich Homes Sold
The realty market in Greenwich,
Conn., has been active thia summer.
Many fine properties in this attractive
suburban town have changed hands.
I Thomas N. Cooke announced yesterday
! sales of several pare?is there. Ho sold
for Robert H. McNall plot on West
Elm Street to Thomas J. Murray; for
Mrs. Joseph P. Weis property on Lex?
ington Avenue to Mrs. A. R. Willetts;
for Thomas J. Murray property on Lex?
ington Avenue to Mrs. A. R. Willetts;
the Matilda Brown Van Wvck cottage,
j with about one acre, on Rock Ridge
I near Rosemary Hall, to Julia Buddeek?
: Kane; the property of Mrs. Georg?
Slawson at West Elm Street and Field
Point Road, consisting of a frame anti
j stucco residence of English architec
j ture, fifteen rooms, to William S. Nor
ton; for Charles R. Fowler, Sounc
Beach, property known as the Wash
burn Place, on the water front, to Mrs
Potter and Mrs. Mintar, sisters, anc
for B. Eugene Shuberc a cjttage a'
Cos Cob to Elizabeth Knapp.
. i..,. ? ? ???? ?#. .. ,? .
Dwellings in Lawrence Sold
The Thomas A. McWhinney Realt;
Company sold for Leo Salomon his resi
dence at Lawrence and Wlldacre ave
mies, Lawrence, to Jules Star, of Man
hattnn.
R. Franklin Hall Sells
Fine White Plains House
U. Franklin Hull sold for the Whit*
Plains Housing Corporation a Colonial
house on Sterling Avenue, near New
York Post Road, to Robert J. Kennedy,
of Yorikers. He has also sold for the
0 ruma .tin National Bnnk 35 Park Ave?
nue, White Plains, consisting of a resi?
dence and garage, to W. P? Houghton,
of this city. Mr. Hull also sold a ftve
fomlly apartment on Lincoln Avenue,
Silver Lake Park, White Plains, for
Miss Amy Wren to Tony Kadekas, of
White Plains; also for R. J. Gollman
his residence on Montroee Street to
J. W. Van Blarcom.
The same broker leased for Cecil
i-'inith his furnished residence at 135
Fisher Avenue. White Plains, to E. M.
Chandler, of this city; and the estate
of Mrs. Carrie E. Frank on Orchard
Street, White Plains, to J. R. Wootan,
of Yonkers.
The Robort E. Farley Organisation
has leased for Florence S. Curtis her
residence at Geditey Farm, Whits
Plains, to Walter C. Littwiti, of this
I city.
| . -
1 Chance for Bidders to Select
From 100 White Plains Plots
Chauncey B. Griffen & Co., auction?
eers, will sell at auction sale one hun?
dred building plots at White Plains
Highlands, on Grandview, Longview,
Davis, Lexington and Smith avenues,
in a section where forty-six houses
have been already erected.
The sale will be held on tho premises
on Saturday next. The Highlands sec?
tion of Whito Plains lies between
Greenridge Park and Prospect Hill on
the north. White Plains Park on the
south and west, and Buena Vista Park
on the east. The aoutherly boundary
of tho village of White Plains passes
directly through the property. The
plots to be sold have all improvements
installed.
Home Buying in Brooklyn
F. C. Sauter Agency sold 134 Seventh
1 Avenue, a dwelling with stores, for
I Sophie G. Parker, and 713 Fifth Ave?
nue, a storo aftd dwelling building, for
Mrs. Travis.
J. D. Ranck sold for Adelle Ruekstull
a one-family house, 10*80 East Fourth
Street, to J. H. Hausman, and for
Realty Sales Company a two-family
bungalow, 306 Avenue J, under con
1 struction, to Herschel H. Smith.
TO L3T FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES TO LET EOS BUSINESS PURPOSES
3?e
Hecks?her
Buildin
^Avenue t?^Streer]
c/A?? Tower
of" Trade
mmmMm
Offers Many
Unique Advantages
For Shops, Showroom?, Offices
BESIDES the distinction of the bnilding itself
on the best corner of New York's fast grow?
ing, exclusive shopping center, its easy ac?
cessibility, and the prestige of a Fifth Avenue
.?m?dress, there are other unique features of desira?
bility as a location for high grade wholesale and
retail merchants of -women's wear, objets d'art, et?:.
Take the Typical
floor Plan for
Example
?Other fioors range in sile
down h 1$00 sa. ft in the
Teem.)
Three enbanou ta ht?idtng:
5th Ate.. 56fh Si end 57?
St Unasaal hght and atU
looJf.
UJ,
I
i?i
u-l
r^r
l*^l*J&4X*KlK
FIFTY SIXTH STRUT
ill.. I. ?f. , r?.,. ?,,-,,? -, ,, -
, 3500H?Nft
i-|it=
14,5*40 Sq.ft. Net
U
The 5?? Si. MJctim:
cxdastasky for light
menu)adoring in
eortjanc?on ait h
shop or show-room
in main hcildin?
FIFTY SEVENTH STREET
it has never before been possible to obtain a shop or
showroom in a building of this character and still
have the convenience of modern loft space for light
inannfacturing in conjunction. There are special
facilities in the basement for handling heavy freight
and adequate freight and passenger elevator service.
The Arcade is Another Feature
Consider for a moment the throngs of people who
will constantly pass through the artistic arcade that
runs through from 56th and 57th Streets, zn? the
desirability of a shop in this arcade in conjunction
with space on one of the upper floors.
Rentals Have Not Reached Their Peak
Anyone familiar with the rapid growth of 57th Street
and its certainty of becoming one of America's great?
est, exclusive, commercial centers will appreciate that
rentals there will never be lower than now; they
must go higher. Hence, now is the time to rent
Applications for Small Units of Space
are being received and listed now, while division of floors is
under consideration.
FOR FULL PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Renting and Managing Agent,
50 East 42d St. Phone Murray Hill 7820
AI*.MtTMUNTS TO LKT
APA-ITMKNTS TO MET
ArAKTMICNT? TO LKT
KX&X&X&Z$&?%ZX$$?ZXZZZZZZZttZJ*XXZZS$4
Hase & Elliman
340 Madison Avenue, N.Y.-Te?.Murray Hi
(?Apartments
DESIRABLE ^Apartments, Furnished and Unfurnished
In the Fifth, zJ&adison and *Par^ ^Avenue Sections
READY FOR
OCTOBER ist
OCCUPANCY
Unfurnished Apartments
907 Fifth Ave. southeast corner of 72nd St.
Wonderful outlook over the Park.
Entire floor, consisting of .8 rooms
with 6 maatet's bedrooms, unususl
entertaining rooms. Also 14 rooms,
with 4 master's bedroom? $16,500
875 Park Ave. southeast comer of 78th St.
Modem fireproof building, - end 9
room?.}b.tru . $559*5, $?500
70 E. 77th St. between Madison and Perk
Avenues. 8 rooms and 3 baths, in
fireproof modem building $6000
?550 Park Ave. comer of 77th Street. Un?
usually fins apartment of 8 rooms
?rid J baths. $5000
24 W. 59th St. overlooking Central Park,
adjoining Hotel Plata. . room? and
2 baths. $6000 Studio apartment.
145 E. 52nd St. near Lexington Avenue. 5
room* and 1 bath, in new fireproof
building.
320 Park Ave, northwest corner of 50th St.
overlooking St. Bartholomew's. Ex?
ceptional apartment with 22 rooms.
7 baths.$20,000
565 Park Ave. between 62nd and 63rd St.
opposite Col on j Club. At tract iva
apartment with 6 rooms and 1 baths.
$4250
911 Park Ave. corner 80th Street. 8 rooms
and 2 baths, very rea?onab!e.
$3000. $3750
11 E. 68th St. close to 5th Avenue. Mod
firtproof building, from 8-12
m?. M bath? $4500, $12,500
era
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45 E, 82nd St. comer of Madison Avenue.
Modern fireproof building. 10 rooms
snd 4 baths.$8500
103 E. 75th St. adjoining Park Avenue.
Very attractive apart__enr, 7 rooms
and. baths.$5000
The plans of these and other apartments may be seen at this office.
Furnished Apartments
On Fifth Are., unusually fine furnished
apartments overlooking the Part, 14
rooms snd 4 baths, with four master"?
bedrooms, never been rented before.
On Park Are., ?n the Fifties, beautiful apart
rcene. very handsomely furnished in
good taste, 14 rooms and 4 baths.
$15,000
On Park Ave., 6 rooms and 2 baths, very at?
tractively furnished, 450 pet month.
On Park Ave., in the Seventies, very unusual
end attract--? modern ?partment,.
nevar besa t-t-sad, 13 rooms with
*?!>?*?.$12,000
On Pari Ave., 12 rooms and 3 baths, very
attractively rurr_.a_.ed . . $6000
In the Washington 8 rooms and 2 baths "beau
5<??-rre district, ctrullv f ?rrJ-h.d . . . $5000
We have ? very complete list of furnished apartments many neve? before rented.
-?-?Private Houses
Please let us know your requirements and we shall be glad to forward
to you a special list of Private Dwellings, furnished and unfurnished.
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MhanJ Building
Brtmstssm? at 4Slh Straet
The Fastest Renting
Office Building
?ssmmmmmm*m inn?
Offices
Two Stores and Second
Floor for Retail Display
Basement for Restaurant
Inquire Reatioe Office, 7th Floor
Phana Bryant 9830
Or Your Own Broker
I'M'l'BMSBED APARTMENTS TO LEX
i>arperlep?|all
1 West 64th Street
"2-4 rooms, bath, kitchenette,
$l,700-$3,300
0-9 rooms, 3 baths, housekeeping-,
&4,500-?S6,500
Refrigeration in each
Apartment.
Restaurant. Valet, Maid Service
31 West 11th Street
HIGH CLASS XIREPROOK ELEVATOR
APARTMENTS
3-4-rt rooms and bail.
UfllEDIATE POSSESSION
4see superintendent on promises, or
.1. I?VINO WALSH.
73 West 11th Street
1 WESTCBTESTER COIMTV REAL ESTATE
MT. K1SC0 AND VICINITY
No. ISO?ELEVEN ACRE ESTATE, over
! looking: beautiful Byr?m Lake; house, 14
| rooms. '2 baths; all laipts. ; stone garage, Z
I cars; 2 horses a:id 1 cow; convenient sta
i tion, golf club. Pries $30,000.
No 570?-FIVE-ACRE TRACT: house. 22
j rooms, 3 baths; 1-oar garage, barn; apple
orchard, cherry and pear trees and grapes: ;
I in choicest section ; ls mile station; rented
$1.500 vear; price $3.},000.
No. DOT?SCBTTRBAN HOUSE: corner
plot, 3 minutes station; house all irnpts.:
4 rooms downstair^' and 4 larga bedrooms
and bath upstairs; also finished room in
1 attic: price, with adjoining corner lot,
$12,000.
? No. 696?REST MjZ*. KISCO VALUE: S
rooms and bath, within :< min. of station,
oYi" one of the best residential streets; all
large rooms; all improvements: immediate !
possession. Price $7.500.
No. 755?TRUE COLONIAL HOME; on;
State road, 5 mins. from station: 12 rooms. !
2 bath?; all improvements; 127 acres, some
woodland; larca orchard, 2 trout streams. 1
Prloe $15.000.
No. 8|4?ON HILL-TOP IN" VILLAGE; I
Colonial design; ti large rooq-.s and bath, '
acre ground, IS apple trees, vegetable and ,
flower gardens; open fireplace. Sacrifice at '
i $15,000.
No. 334? COZY COUNTRY HOME: S
rooms, bath: all improvement?; estra corn- i
p?ete lavatory in main bedroom ; also new ?
bungahvw. 4 rooms and bath; garage for 2 ?
cars. Price, entire property, $12,000.
No. 783?POTENTIAL MT. KISCO ES- |
T?TE; S acres; house, 10 rooms, suscept- ;
ible to remodeling; lawn, tillable land, pas- ,
ture :i>id woodland: barn; other outbuild- I
ings and chicken house. Price $10.500.
MERRIAM?MT. KISCO, N. Y.
A $10 BILL
and $3 per week wilt buy you a beautiful
building plot 50x100, ur larger, at Bryn
Maw Park, close to c?.ty and station and
adjoining Bronxville. These lots are bar?
gains, but tn- fact that we advertise such
easy terms does not ni??? that thus? IM
FROVED LOTS should be confounded with
many of the chtap, unimproved lots now
being offered at auction. Nearly 136 of
these cholea lots have Men sold in the
last f??w w.?eks in this property, having an
ADIRONDACK setting, yet Within sight of
the city. Come out and look them over.
ROBERT E. FARLEY ORGANIZATION.
13 K. 44th St., N. V. C. Murray HUI TJ3?.
Office also at Bryn Mawr Park Station.
Phone Yonkers 144?.
"WESTCHESTER HOMES"
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CONNECTICUT REAL ESTATE
UN-TUBX-SH-OD A-?AST-__-3?TS TO LKI ( C-i?TJI_isIS-L__D APA?TMENTS TO XJ-T
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New Carden Apartments
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READY FOR OCCUPANCY
Tcnant'Ownership Plan
?750 to *2000 Initial Payment
And Monthly Payments for about 6 years as follow?
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rooms and
1 bath
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1 bath
2 baths
2 baths
2 baths
3 baths
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10 rooms and
Every Room an Outside Room
Facing private park or parked street
Jackson Heights
Largest Restricted Apartment House Community in New IV* Cuy
Golf, Tennis, Children's Playgrounds, etc
23 MINUTES FROM 42nd STREET
The Newest Apartments are Tax Exempt for 10 Years
Apartments Open for Inspection until 8 1*. M. Daily
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??ost, :i room 'IF > house, del ached,
every modern imjprovemsnt; y:^r *lv
1 ?0 : 'at class i!??!K??borli<,oJ ; 20 mu??,
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