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Average Weekly Factory Wage hi State Dropped in September Decline Resumed After In? crease in August ; Reduced Pay Scale Factor; Textiles Show Seasonal Up Trend ALBANY. Oct. 27.?After hatting in Auirust, the downward trend of aver rtt woeki.v enn-infrs In factories in rtis state wax ri>?umeu in September. i, statement Issued to-day by Henry n Saver, Industrial Commissioner, pjjeed the 8vera;--e weekly earnings of ?set ry worken in September at i comp*red to $25.43 in Aueuat. most important factor m the (iecres?e was the reduction in wage ?rites which went into effect in some factories in numerous industries. An rther reason for the decrease was that jobjc factories reopened and employed tiit* ?owe- paid help. Seasonal lack i?nd and dull business conditions f?ct?d average earnings in some os. and state and county fairs ?used a loss of working time in some ??alities. The grea*?st reduction in average weekly earnings occurred in the men's shirty a.fld furnishings industry. This v$a larj?elj the result of the cut in tes, which took place August 22 when the factories in the Troy district reopened, although another cause was (?^employment of large numbers of the lower paid employe?*?. The millinery ?romen's clothing industries also reported important reductions in earn? ings. Large increases m average earnings were reported in several industries. Improved demand caused the upward trend in the musical instruments in? dustry, in the miscellaneous leather and rubber ?roods industries and in the printing and bookmaking industry. Increase*; as the result of seasonal de? mand occurred in the cooking and i?C3tin*r apparatus industry, the silk. wool manufactures and knit goods iri th?tries, and in the canned goods in? dustry. The bakery products industry also reported an important increase. Commercial Credit Commercial money rates were un? changed yesterday, with the market only moderately active. Prime com? mercial paper continues to discount at 54 per rent, and less known names at fractionally higher figures. The American Acceptance Council quoted the following discount rates on prime bankers' acceptances elig? bio for purchase by Federal Reserve banks: Bid. Asked. ?-? days . 4% 4M? \ays . 4,?8 4M? days ,. 4% 4\* . 4 % 4 Mr. ioans against acceptances, C> ent. i ? Luncheon for Japanese The Japanese commercial mission Waich arrives in Seattle to-day will be ined at a luncheon in New York under the auspices of the Silk Associa? tion of America at the Hotel Astor en November 16. In view of the fact that ra"- pifk is Japan's largest export com? modity, and thai the members of the silk association are the largest users of raw silk, a strong bond exists be? tween the Japanese mission and the crgacized silk industry here. The mis? sion is headed by Dr. Takurna Dan, ?enera! manager in Japan of the com? bined Mitsui interests. Buyers Arrived Fairchild Service abb an* - Vi -.-?!>- 3;!'k and woolen piece gOuds; 1270 B'wav. ATLANTA Blseraan'a; M. D Elseman, m?-n's wear an-1 holiday novelties; 60S 6th Av. BI??. Co.: C L Williamson, di ?<?? 72 Leonard st ATLANTIC CITY M E Blatt Co.: .' M ?<r bourne, men'i wear; Alfred Pan?, 118 W. 32d Bt. BAl.TI'lORi; ;?. si u. .stein, manufacturers' c'.oihir.v I mix na i Arnerlran Wholesale Corp.: B R. Reid, iHks au-! dress goods; 354 4th av. Th.- -. Co.; F. S. D.-utseh. Waists. :i?-j?i!in 'ir.ilervvear; care Baer S-. tillen thai 1150 B'way. American Wholesale Corporation; Q. Freundlich, Jewelry, clocks, optical goods; 354 4th av li-.part.ment Store; M. Adlsr, "- :'u:^ fur coats, coats, suits; 6 W. 12d Bt berg Bros.; M. SchneebergT, cor? no, underweai, lingerie.( hoei-ry McAlpln. Plotnlck-Bimgartt Co.; A. 1 Plot:nck, mer-1, ." Alpin Oi> ???-,. ??:-, A Saubeir; William Goodman, Wcol.-r, an 1 cotton piece goods; McAlpln. V.- -.,:?? p . Co.; C. AbramBon, ft-soleti - - Imperial. Imperial Sh a.; Charlea Conn. waists Imp? American Wholesale Corp.; Benjamin Lvitn.au. drf-sses. coats, suits; V. Volmtr, boys' clothing; 354 Wh av. BOSTON Dun'.ap-Cook Co.: Miss L. Noon, mini? stry tur?, suits; Breslln. Gtlchris; Co.; (upatah*-) J. J. Breen, Isdlos neckwear and veilings; 200 5th av. The Rablnovltch Co.; S. Solomon, miUl 3?~ I 6 ? i: a v Boston Wholesale Millinery Co.; H. Wil? ton, millinery; Breslln. Jorlari Marsh Co.; T. A. Brennan, ilovts U. E. Taylor, general merchandise manager; 432 4fh av. Fan,y 4 Harvey ?r.'o. : C. E. Holt, Blank.-u, comforters bedding; 359 B'way. PUen?'s. basement; Mr. King, women's Md miss-.*- ijn '? 225 ..th av. Louis PltikoA woolen piece goods; tailor; Farn Avenue li. ?TALO C. M. Bott Furniture Co.; C. M. Bott, *0rr.tture; McAlpln. J N. A.taii: & Co. J. Macl.fvcn, fur llture enu beddings; IS W. 38th St. < ANTON. OHIO U>wenstein- i ta : br?ck Co.; W. W. Low ?nstciii. men's clothimr. furnishings; Mc Af] is CHATTANOOGA, ?ENN. ?J. B Love-man Co ; D. B. l.oveman, !*P-, g?n. mgr.; Baer A LUienthal, 1150 ?ruad way ? II! \ BNNB, WTO. Saul g Ves'.iy. furs, skirts, sweaters; UM i-? _ CHICAGO Fhl!!p!;!)ort*'a, '?. Dicker, looking at ?Pring samples, ladles' dresses, skirts Wits, coats arid children's coats, J. M. ?oseatha: la.iu s' and misses' ?ampl*; ?o?-?. suits, tor spring; 912 B'way. Croft & R,--ed Co.; C. A. Reed, furnl ""J "n.l Boor coverings. McAlpln. Hlllman-?. E Levy, drugs, jewelry; care wt * Flanagan, 253 5th av. aotnsehiid & Co.; Miss U A. Griffin, wa.stB no u h av. Laavitt a Harry I-eavitt. Infants' w**r, Ken. ?ndse. ; Fennsylvanla. CINCINNATI Joseph Loeb Co.; J L?eb. millinery; 220 'la av. tt CLEVKIJVN? ?roaii-vay Hat Shop; W. 1. Flory, men's bats, McAlpln. .?W-JiaufEaan-StelB Co. H. K.Kaufman. ??-U. lackets and cloth.ag, McAlpln. Mine c.?'.?,.< A Suit Co.; H. Keuaston, ?*?* suits; 164 4th av Root & UcBrlda Co.; J. N. Hahn, no u?lls; 72 Leonard st. ?, . COI.1MBIS Moretiouse-Mart.-ns Co.; R. G. Bradley, A,?**" ^tir., ladies* ready to wear; Miss i7? ,**. ?-oa-U. suits, dreasea; Chas. Cook. *" oth av. 8hapiro A Co. ; Jacob Shapiro, shoes. w>tuus, furnishings; 17 E. 22d st.. Room mfr- * R I-azarus Co.; Lu J. Thorsch. to-30?- clothes. ?? 5th av. . ., COR.SICA.NA, TKX. Hi'-1- 2?^*! D G- Co- J- u* r>y-?r -,r ?**?> W W. 34th st -,? DALLAS, TEX. * ?u?U*,r Uros.,- H. H. Culvert, under tuA .-, c*-wr--"-*l* kimonas, aprons, n?glig?es O I?* underwear; 19 E 24th st ? -?f,??." lQ- ?*? Jacob!, furs, coat*; 51 ?*s-**=~?5-?k-JL?,_?oor-__ ?j-fapi/ MfcKTINGS N^v'v?A>' ?N8TITUTH of the City of t?? ii!,or, -ua"--1>' meeting. Park Ave -??ht.ihi'-'iv p.hac ? N'ov"axbe,r Thlrd* ^^^^^sCai? W. EHRHORN. Sacratary. LEGAL NOTICES ???fers ^ ,V-A1/ ?-EBTING of the 8t?0> *f|," tf, k? l.iru-oin Advertl*ftn*c B^rvie? ?"?iohMin? ?-?t -51 F-?>a-l-v'iy. Borough of ?5S|^*Su?1li of V"H York, nv.ni mimi-or l??j' " 1 nurs-lay afternoon. Nove nber 3rd. r -' ;p o'clock, for th* purpose of .? Hoard of nirwetors. and for such Wanamaker Attacks American Valuation John Wanamaker, Jules S. Bache and Nathan Straus jr. yesterday were added to the list of public opponents to the American valua-? tion plans contained In the Fordney tariff bill. The National CouncW of American Importers and Trader, op? posing the American valuation plan, branded as untrue Representative Fordney'8 statement that opponents to the plan were "un-American and deceitful." "I will do my utmost," said John Wanamaker, '?to overcome the Ig? norance cf the American people to the danger of the proposed Ameri? can valuation plan." Jules S. Bache Btated that the plan is un-American and uneco? nomic. "It is unfair," he said, "to the American consumer, who in the end will pay the added cost of all articles affected by it." Nathan Straus jr. stated that "the plan is discriminatory legislation in favor of certain manufacturers and against American consumers." 1--__l DAYTON, OHIO Elder. Johnson Co.; R. J. Elder, gener?! rr.dse.; Mrs. II. B. Richardson, coats, suits, dresses; Chas. A. Cook, 276 6th av. ? PU BUQUE. IOWA Roshek Bros.; s. II. Roshek. children's coats; 4S E. 25th st. EAST 8TROUPSRURG, PA. J. H. Lanterman. furniture; Martinique. ELKINS. W, VA. S. Goldberc ilrv roods : Breslin. GARDNER, M A-.?*. Petersboro Mfg. Co.. Etayman 1!. Cohen, muslin underwear? Pennsylvania. HARRISBURG, l'A. Ladies' Bazaar: it. Schondorf, women's and child rep's ready to -wear: Imperial. HARTFORD, CONN. G. Fox ?- Co.: Miss M. McAllister, children's umbrellas; Alfred Fantl, 116 W. 32? ?t. Base-Allen Co.; J. E.gan. knit under? wear, umbrellas: *0i 4th av. HUNTINGTON. W. VA. Watt. Rettew & Co. ; W. K. Gibson, ?Jrorn er.'s ready to wear, holiday goods, notions; 43 Leonard st. KALAMAZOO. MICH. ?au? S. Vesely; exclusive dresses; 1270 B'w.aj. KANSAS CITY, MO. <.>eu?, Bahlrovltch & Ogus; Mrs. A. R. Fisher, millinery; fifiS 5t'h av KINQSTON, N. V. Rose-Gorman-Rase. Inc.; A. E. Rose, house furnish i ne*. Continental. LANCASTER, PA. Donovan Co.; J. C. Weeds!, men's furnishings: Alfred Fant!, 116 W. 32d st. Reilly Bros. & Raub; V. G. Barr, hard ware. house furnishing poods, china, glassware, furniture: Herald Square. LAWRENCE, MASS. The New York Store; J. Boorsteir, coats and suits, millinery; Broztell. MERIDIAN. MI-S. Wer.net, Klein Co.; S. A. Klein, rep.; Alfred Fant;. 116 W. 3?d st. MERIDEN, ( ONN. T'a'.,? & Austin: ?;. H. Davis, clothing, MIAMI, FLA. im Burdine's Sons; M Schenberg, jewelry; 6 W. :?2.i st. MONTREAL D. Lazarus, woolen and cotton piece Roods; Breslin. NEW BV.DFORD, MASS. New Bedford D. O. Co.; Miss M. Cuni i:;;tib's, ladies' ready to wear; 404 4th av. NEW HAVEN. CONN. Lawrence Eck, woolen piece goods; Park Avenue. Ed Malley Co.: James C. Miser, notions, drugs, jewelry; Miss- B. Keeley, represent? ing; care American D. G. Co., 105 Grand st. J. II. Starin. woolen and cotton piece goods; Park Avenue. NORFOLK, VA. The Style Shop: J. Srago. ladies' ready to wear and millinery; Milton Llchten stefn, 2.7 v.". :;:!(] st. NORTHAMPTON, MASS. A. McCallum Co.; J. M. Beltlssiar, ready to wear; Breslin. NORWICH. CONN. Norwich Overall Co., woolen piece goods. ir.tr. overalls: Breslin. OMAHA. NEB. Ilerzbersr Bros.; A. Herzberg jr.. ladles' ready to wear: Jay & Co., 404 4th av. PHILADELPHIA National Kid Klothes Co.; Allen L. Greenberg, boys' clothes; Pennsylvania. Ost Bros.; C. II. Segal, dresses; Pennsyl? vania. J. T. Blatt Co.; J. T. Blatt, mdse. nigr.; I in perlai. A. Bergman, woolen and cotton piece i goods; Imperial. H j. Cohen. Inc.; H. J. Coh?m, woolen I piece goods; Miss Harros, representing, In p?piai. B. Goldberg, boys' furrlshlngs; Grand. Llppincott ?Johnson: C P. Johnson, wool) n piece goods; Breslin. Sidney Neumau. mens furnishings; Breslin. Seltzer Bros.; L. W. Seltzer, woolen and cotton piece goods, silks, satins, velvets; Martinique. PITTSBURGH Rosenbaum Co., Miss F. Lipsich, dresseti; Alfred Fantl. 116 W. 32d el. Cameron Bros.; B. Cameron, rep., house furnishings, leather goods; Pennsylvania. Joseph Home Co.; J. B. Shea, rep.; ?25 5th av. PORTLAND, ORE. Olds. Worimari & King; E. Stler, up? holstery, draperies; 432 4th av. FOTTSVILLE. VA. Llllentbal's; .\!. E. Lilienthal, women's ready to wear; 1170 B'way. third floor. PROVIDENCE L. J. Hellman Co.; D. Hellman, jewelry; Broztell. RALEIGH. N. C. Barbee & Co.; C. B. Barbee, cottons; Pennsylvania. E. J. Eliiasberg, women's ready to wear, millinery; Pennsylvania. READING, PA Shapira * Co. ; Jacob Shapira. clothing, shoes, furnishings: 17 K. 22d st.. room 611. ROCHESTER Saul S. Veselly, silks an! woolens; Grand Hotel or 1270 B'way, room S02. B. Forman Co.; Miss F. Schockaw, toilet goods; 22G r.th av. SAGAMORE, MASS. Orenfs Dept. Store, Inc.; Max Orent, sen. mdse.; Pennsylvarria. SALISBURY, N. C. J. Ftidman & Sons; Charles H. Feldman, cotton piece goods; Elks' Club SAN DIEGO. CALIF. Lion Clothing Co ; S. 1. Fox, mdse. mgr. ; Pennsylvania. _ SEATTLE, ?ASH. Bon Marche, L. E. .Brown, felt slippers; 226 6th av. SHAMOKIN. PA. Burd & Rogers; E. I. Bowman, furni? ture, carpets; Pennsylvania. SOUTH BEND, IND. Ellsworth Store; R Cooper,^ladles ready to wear; Charles A. Cook. 276 5th a v. ST LOUIS Plmenthal & Steinberg; i-oiomon Pimon thal, dresses, coats and suits. Elks' Club. ST. PALL B. Perelstein & Son; David Perelstcln. wholesale- dry goods, notions; Pennsyl? vania. SYRACUSE. N. y. The Humer-Tuppen Co.. H. B?langer, : men's furnishings, umbrellas, hosiery, knit underwear; Breslin. TORONTO Pul?an Co.; I. Pul?an, spring ladies' ready to wear; Bjen Seltner, 370 7th av. TROY. N- V. Woolman's. Inc.; Leila A. Dawson. mdse. mar., women s ready to wear; McAlpin. WASHINGTON M. Goldberg; 1. Goldberg, dry goods; Pennsylvania. _ Robert's .Store; I. E. Block, roady to ; ?ear; Pennsylvania. White's Store. Inc.; Jul Block, ready to wear; Pennsylvania. WHEELING. TV. VA. Shapira & Co.; Jacob Shapira, shoes, clothing, furnishings; 17 E. 22d st., room WILKES-BABRE. PA. J Green, dry goods, notion?- Martinique. Wllkes-Barre D. G. Co.; Miss A. Lati mor. women's ready to wear, dresses, wai?ta. furs, fur coats, suits. 2o E. 2tth st. Y?? NGSTOWN. OHIO Saul S. Vos?iy, woolen?, silks, satins, vel i vet?, stationary: 1270 B'way. Business Items Frank E. Gallagher, who formerly rep? resented in this market a number of Los Angeles and other Pacific Coast monu ! -Vu'-urers of women's apparel, is now offer I ing his own line of house and street frocks In two-tone Japanese crepe un-ler the name Of 'Knicker Bocker Maid." He !i,Mon?t) hesdquarters in Room 1048, Ho "el Pennsylvania, within a few day?. The first bann.?'*'? of the re:-on ly organ ,.,.,.! Nattftml c?-roil of Am-rlran un ?Tortera and Traders will be held on Mon ?,y ??ght. November 14. at the Waldorf Andona, iioiel. opposes Piermont Terminal ALBANY, Oct.. 27.- The proposal of the New York Port Authority to build n terminal for the New York State Barge Canal at Piermont and divert canal freight to Now Jersey ports was condemned by Nelson B. K?lmer, of the New York Harbor and Develop? ment Commission, as a proposition "to rob the State of Hew York of the ad? vantages of the barge canal," while speaking before the New York State Waterways Association here to-day. A resolution disapproving the plan later was introduced by Mr. Killmer and was adopted unanimously. Former State Senator Henry W. Hill, of Buffalo, president of the associa? tion, in speaking ?gainst the proposed St. Lawrence canal, said Cnnada was not in favor of the proposition, ?with the exception of the province of On- ? taria, and that the real backing was to i be found in the middle western section i of the United States. Mines Reject Peace P?an WASHINGTON, Oct. 2?.?Peace move? ! of the West Virginia union miners ?were balked here to-day by the definite refusal of the mine operators to deal with the United Mine Workers when ] the miners' program of settlement was t resubmitted before the Senate enrnmit I te? investigating the mine disorders. i Counsel for the mine owners announced j an "unalterable" stand on the ques ? tion. The program, first broached on Mon? day by Philip Murray, vice-president of I the United Mine Workers, involved the ! use of the mediatory offices of the in ? vestigating committee and the appoint j ment by Chief Justice Taft, if any agreement was reached, of an admin? istrator to carry out the settlement. ? Prank P. Walsh, head of the miners' , lepra! staff, called the program to the I attention of the committee again to ' day, and the" operators' refusal was re j iterated in unmistakable terms by Z. T. i Yinson, their chief counsel. -. Drugs and Chemicals Firm Assurance that the emergency tariff act will be extended to February, com? bined with the reduction in supplie? of imported goods in the New York mar-1 ket, has added a degree of confidence which has caused many buyers of fine chemicals to fitter the market withj large offers, says "Drug and Chemical Markets" this week. Conditions in the crude drug market indicate increased firmness and the elimination of price shading. Price cutting in d;-estuffs and inter? mediates is apparent this week and is accepted as preparation for 'arger busi? ness, especially in beta-naphthol, which is in ample supply. Coal tar crudes are easier as the steel industry broadens out. Naphthalene has been reduced by makers. Buyers are taking larger stocks of heavy chemicals, in part because of the threatened railroad strike and in part owing to the depleted condition of their 1 stocks. Prices have not changed ma? terially. New York Metal Market On the New York Metal Exch^ntre tin was easy, with Straits, Straits I shipments and standard nuoterl at 27.76 1 55 28.25c, and 99 per cent at. 28c asked. ?Copper dull; standard spot, October j and November. 12 26c asked, and elec-! . trolytic spot, October and November. I 12.60@13c. Lead dull; New York spot, | 4.75c asked, and East St. Louis spot, ; 4 45e asked. Zinc dull; New York snot, j 4.90c, and East St. Louis spot, 4.62*~c j ; asked. Costly Petham M'-mor Home, Now Being Built, Sold Fish & Marvin sold for John Smith his new hollow tile and stucco house under course of construction, contain? ing twelve rooms and three baths, with i garage, on Monterey Avenue, at Pel- ! ham Manor, to L. P. Hudson, of Pel- ' ham Manor, held at $50,000. The same brokers sold for the I Witberbee Real Estate and Imnrove ment Comoanv six lots on Monterey Avenue, at Pelhj?m Manor, to John Smith, held at $7.500. -. | Apartment Hpiyse Conferences To Be Resumed To-dav The apartmenr house conferences and luncheons, suspended during the sum I mer, will be resumed to-dav. The ; meeting W1'" he hold at' the C'ty ) Club, 55 West Forty-fourth Street, \ starting at 1 o'clock. All interested :n apartment house management are ' invited to these talvs ?r-bich "re be'd ?by members of the Building Managers' I and Owners' associations engaged in i handling apartment property. -. A-rnv Orders From The Tribune'* WashiTtfitoH Bureau WASHINGTON, Oct. 27.?Army orders Issued to-day follow: Infantry : Rewards. Mi.|. B. D., to Fort McPherson. Falllgant. MaJ L. A., to Emory Ari.Wson. Capt. G. A. M., to Bismarck. Carter. 8a Lt. IV. F.. to Camp Henning. Hinman, Capt. 1.. W. Jr., resigned. Miscdlnnront? Rlley, Maj. F. .T.. Q. M. C. to Fort Myer. . Navy O'derg From The Tribune's Washington Bureau WASHINGTON, Oct. 27.?Navy order? issued to-day follow: ; Bennett. Capt. E. I.., to Washington. : Dunn. Com. C, A., to Pear! Harbor. Gallemore, Lt. R. T.. to TT. S. S. R-17. B?ltz, Lt. (J. tr.) F. AV.. to U. S. P. R-14. Ha-wes, Eoh. ft, E.. to r. S. ? Sclota. Harwell. Com. W. G.. to T". S. 8. New York. Cronks, It. W. E., to Haytl. . Noomm. I.t. E. J.. to Haytl Lassiter, I.t. H. C. to H. 8. P. Ve-Ftai. Deftlho, Lt. (j. S) C. I., to U. S. S. Great Northern. ; Clark, Fns. C. R . to I'. S. S. Langley. ; TTpton, Ens. Q. H.. resigned. 1 Fin>?n;an I.t. I., to Philadelphia. Justice. B,r. W- H.. to Subchaser 223. I Porter. Pharm. R. M. resigned. ; Jennings, Ch. Pay Clk. B. W., to U. 8. S. i . Idaho. | Parker, Lt. E. II.. to Hampton Roads IVforrn?0 Corns O^der?, Front The Tribune's Waxhinntnn Bureau WASHINGTON, Oct. 27.?Marine Corps I &rdert? issued to-day: ? vaiKlenburtr. 2d Lt. S R., resigned. I Fortson. Maj. E. P., to San Diego, i Moses, Mai E. P.. to San niego, i Mund", Lt. E. .T.. to Pan Hlego. ! Racleot. Maj. A., to ?jay.ti. B?-odstrom, Capt. B Q . to Washington. I,attin. Mar. Gun. J. W.. to Puiret Sound. i West. Capt. R. E.. to U. S. S. New Tori?. ' Blanton, Capt. .T. F., to Quantioo. iWrbrht, Lt. G. C, to headquarters Dept. of Pacific Stafford. 2d Lt. D. A., to Hampton Roads. ? Shannon, Capt. II. D., to Charleston. i Betts, Capt. J. H., to Pearl Harbor. Fire Record Krantz Leather Goods Company, of 117 JPooster Street listed In the Fire Record, published October 21. hn? advised The I Tribune; "Ws did not have any lire or i loss " i A. V. I-??? 4:.j0?250 W. 3fth st.; Frank Leila. Unknown 7 :5??Franklin and Hudson St.; auto truck: Samu-1 Zorn.Unknown 5:05?162d st. and Par!; av., the Bronx; auto: Harry Flshman.Unknown 9:20?7:58 Broadway: J. Werner.Unknown i:35?28 Whitehall st:; unknown. Unknown 9:40?138 W. 77th St.: John Bradley, Unknown 10:30?Central Park West and lORih st.: anto; Spanish-American Ex? press Co.Trifling P. M. 18:1??In front of 360 E. 152d st., the Bronx; autc ; Department of Street Cleaning.Cnknown i 1:40?1*2 W. i?d st.. Kmil Franke.. Unknot i 1:40?i Mott ?t., Sun Chung Wuen Co.Unknown 2:1S?36 Orchard st., Samuel Star winsky .Unknown 8:20?500 E. "7th st.. Anthony Hor ton .Trifling 0:00?lu front of 110 Delaneey at., auto. American Sugar Kenning Co.Unknown 7:20-?1 Lispenard st., Philip Wald man .Cnknown In the Fire Record of Wednesday a. nr? , was reported at 8."15 p. m. In the Sun Ray Hat Company. 35 Great Jo?os Street. The Ore marshal finds that the fire w?? not in the- Sun Ray Hat Company, but in an? other pur* cf the premises. Real Estate News Guaranty's Old Stand Taken by Columbia Bank Difference Between Trust Company and Postal Life Over Sdblea.se of 5th Ave? nue Corner Is Adjusted Tho Columbia Bank lias taken a twenty-one-year lease on the store, first floor, basement and part of the sub-basement of the Postal Life Build? ing, at the southeast corner of Forty third Street and Fifth Avenue, for? merly occupied by the Guaranty Trust Company. The bank aiso takes the fixtures and safe deposit vault equip? ment, considered tlie fingst in the city, formerly used by the Guaranty Trust Company. The Columpia Bank urranged to take this space from the Guaranty Trust Compnny when it moved more than a year1 ago into new quarters in the PhpTv Knilning. Differences arose be? tween the Postal Life and the Guar? anis Trust in regard to the matter and litigation ensued. These differ? ences now have been adjusted, and as soon as the. necessary arrangements can be made the Columbia Bank will occupy the new quarters. The bank has been identified with this neighborhood for the last thirty five years. For many years it was located atl the? southeast corner of Forty-second Street and Fifth Ave? nue. It then moved to its present location at 507 Fifth Avenue and is now remaining on the same block. ? Buyers of Private Homes Select West Side Houses Lamar Hardy Disposes of House in 77?1 Street He Bought a Year Ago Siawson & Ilobbs sold for Lamar Hardy a modern 3-?-story dwelling, 20 xl00.2, at 312 West Seventy-seventh Street. The house was bought by the seller about a year ago through the same brokers. Robert G. Grunert sold a three-story dwelling at 357 West Twenty-first Street for Harry J. Stevens to John J. Mallon. Samuel Krulewitch sold to Benjamin Teitler a three-story dwelling at 56 West 120th Street, 19x100, for occu? pancy. James L. Van Sant purchased from the General Synod of the Reformed Church ir. America a four-story dwel? ling at 66 West 130th Street, 20x100. Shaw, Rockwell & Sanford were the brokers. Mulvihill & Co. sold to a client for Joseph York the three-story dwelling at 108 West lS2d Street. Van V?et & Place sold for Lottie Lorenzo the three-story dwelling at 319 West Eleventh Street, 20x95,4%. Trading in Residential Bronx Realty ?Contisiues Act?e James G. Bennett resold to Ida Tag a four-story flat at 287 East 139th Street, 16.10x100. Rudolph Wahlig sold to James G. Bennett a four-story flat at 514 East ?5th Street, 29.4x100. Samuel Luftig bought the flat at 629 Eagle Avenue, 25x97.1. M. L. & C. Ernest sold 341 Concord Avenue, a two-family brick house, 19x 100, for occupancy. The Seymour Realty Company re? sold to Helen Miodcnvnick a two-story dwelling at 772 Dawson Street, 25x100. Elizabeth J. Riley sold to Ferdinand Vingiprova a two-story dwelling at 232 East 179th Street, 25x69.9x irregular. Louis Klempner sold to William Feldman a two-story dwelling at 1389 Bristow Street. 25x56.llx irregular. Harry Cahn purchased from L. Geb hardt a three-family dwelling at the northeast corner Clinton Avenue and 178th Street, 20x100. Harry Cohen was the broker. Lucy Curcio sold to Paolina Mann; a three-story dwelling at 310 Pleasant Avenue, 14x98. The three-story dwelling, 20.10x100.7, at 28c>4 Heath Avenue has been bought by Ferdinand Grasse from Edward Burton. Mary V. Lceuw sold to Jacob Ber nian the two-story dwelling, 52x100, at 226K Andrews Avenue. Howard C. Russ sold to Lazzaro Pelt-zzare 3256 ecatur Avenue, a dwell? ing 26.6x95. ? Store BuiVling Planned for Site Bought in St, Nicholas Ave. Murray Maran purchased through L. J. Phillips & Co. for improvement with a store building the plot, 50x100, at 1266 and 1268 St. Nicholas Avenue. The plot is on the east side of the avenue, adjoining the northeast corner of 173d Street, recently improved with a sim? ilar structure. The property was sold by the estate of Frederick Pfeiffer, who has occupied the dwelling on the plot for the last twenty-five years. Frederick Brown bought from the Holland Holding Cnmpnnv the plot, 125x94.6, on the north side of 173d Street, 125 feet east of St. Nicholas. Avenue. W. D. Morgan was the broker/ Another Apartment House For Prospect Avenue The Johnson Deichsel Building Com? pany has bought from the Denwood Realty Company the northeast corner of Prcspect Avenue and Crotona Paik way North, a plot 67x100, which the purchasers will improve with a 5-r? story apartment. It will be similar to the structure it is now completing on a 75-foot site adjoining, which is ta be ready for occupancy next January. Both will contain three and four-room suites. Recent Buyers of R-ealty The Soma Jose Realty and Construc? tion Company ( S., N. P. and J. Schwartz) is the buyer of the new one story business building at the north? east corner of Rogers Place and 163*d Street, on a plot extending through to Westchester Avenue, reported recent'y. Henry Moeller is the buyer of the Columbia leasehold dwelling at 38 West Fiftieth Street, sold recently. James F. Hayes is the buytr of the house at 430 Timpson Place, reported sold Tuesday. The Stadler R?ali-v Corporation is the buyer of the new apartment house at the southwest corner of the Grand Concourse and 157th Str.eet, sold re? cently. Rose Bornschein is the buyer of 139 East Twenty-third Street, Joseph Grip po of 2?18 Eighth Avenue and Anne M. Frins of 520 West 143th Street, all sold recently, Annie Bannon is the buyer of 595 Walton Avenue, the Wehal Realty Company of the northeast corner of the Grand Concourse and 164th Street, and Albert Leib of 962 Boston Road, all sold recently. Sale of New Jersey Farm Eugene V. Welsh sold for the estate of Luther Kountze the Loree Farm, near Morristown, N. J.. containing fifty acre?, with ...??. buildings, to Hugh B. Reed, of K Motor Firm Pays Big Price ' For Concourse Building! Automobile Distributors Said to Have Paid ?1,500 a Front j Foot for Property Harry p. Lott sold for (Jahn &. Cahn j the three-story business building at | 2394 Grand Concourse, 25x66, running through to Ryer Avenue. This build- ; ing is in the heart of the Bronx motor j row. It is said the price paid was ! ?1,500 per front foot or $200 a squaro ; foot. The buyers are the ?tf. S. Motor i Corporation, distributors of the Haynes Automobile. Eugenu L. Brisach '? was attorney for the sellers and Don- j neily & Kadcl represented the buyers, i The Benenson Realty Company re- I sold to August Jacobs, builder, the plot, 62x129, at the southwest corner of Harrison Avenue and 181st Street, ?which it recently acquired. Mr. Jacobs | plans to improve the site with a store i building. Another deal by the Benen ! son Realty Company involves the re \ sale of the five story apartment at i 1003 and 1005 Tinton Avenue, 6-1x110, S which it purchased last week. ; Harry T. F. Johnson sold for the : Beaumont Construction Company the ! one-story store buildinp* erected about ? three years ago on the west side of j Jerome Avenue, 62 feet south of Kingsbridge Road. The new owner ia ? John W. Cornish, builder. | Lawrence Davis sold to Otto Huebsch ? the one-story building, 25.3x100, at j the southeast corner of i80th Street ? and Crotona Avenue. ?> - i Leasing of Business Space Uptown ami Downtown Albert B. A?hforth, Inc., leased space in the Liggett Building, Madison Ave ! nue and Forty-second Street, to Joseph Weiss; in the Tilden Building, 105 ! West Fortieth Street, to George R. ! Martin, and in the Bvokaw Building. 1457 Broadway, to Roy E. Dyer and Herbert Abbey. ! Cross & Brown Company leased : 36,00.0 square feet of space at 599 ; Broadway to J. & N. P. Trabulsi and the Pollak Company, Inc, at an a-igre :gate rental of $78.000, and the fifteenth floor at 15 West Thirty-seventh Street to Farmers Standard Carbide Company; also space in the Fisk Building, Fifty seventh Street and Broadway, to the St.-omberg Motor Devices Company, and offices at 2~- West Forty-third Street to the Fisk Brick Sales Com? pany. Henry Shapiro & Co. leased to the Tiffany Lunch an "L" shaped store in the two-story building now being ? erected at the northeast corner Eighth ' Avenue and Fity-sixth Street at a;: aggregate rental of S2"0,000. Folsom Brothers, Inc. leafed the parlor floor store at 147 East Thirty fourth Street to Lpvinson & Spiegel. Adams & Co. leased, with A. R. De Biancbi, the ;;tore and basement at 1690 Broadway, northwest corner of Fity-third Street; to Adams Gear Com I pany, of Chicago, for an aggregate : rental of more than $100,000. Brown, Wheelock Company, Inc., leased offices at 79-8."? Wall Street to the Wall Street Financial Leader Publishing Company; at 2 Rector I Street to Dickinson & Choffe, inyest | ment security brokers, and offices in ? the samo building to J. H. Dexter & ! Co., Inc. Daniel Birdsall &. Co.. Inc., rented the storo and basement at 113-115 : .Vlercer Street to E. Bissei & Co.; also , the first and second lofts at 79 Frank ? lin Street to Prasher, Sohn & Bern i stein. j William S. Constant Company leased : a store in the Standard Arcade, 50 ; Broadway, to the Dells Men's Wear at an aggregate rent exceeding $110 000. The lessees will make extensive altera ; tion8. Lo'iis Schr?g leased the first floor at 212 West Twenty-second Street to the Leone Dress Company; the second loft to William Gross, and the th;--d loft to Gronbert, Greenstein & Levine. Charles F. Noyes Company leased space at 87 Nassau Street to The Credit Clearing House; offices ,-t 49 Maiden Lane to Samuel J. Bodkin: offices in the Masonic Building, 48 West Twenty-fourth Street, to Solomon Mahlab and the New Jersey Service Bureau, and additional space -t 35 South William Street to Anderson, Clayton ? Fleming. William G. Frcet SeHs Attractive Montrlair Estate The Frank Hughes Company so'd for William G. Frost to Arthur K. Brown a residence at 56 Park Street, Ylont clair, together with garage, on a half acre, held at $40,000. Buys at Jackson He'sdb-ts Lane McGregor, connected with the Guaranty Trust Company, purchased an apartment at 91 Twenty-eighth Street, Jackson Heights. Investor Buys in Fast Broadway Louis Freidel sold for the estate of J. A. Lopez Diaz to Isaac Goldman a five-story building with two stores, 25x70, at 144 East Broadway. Leases Dobbs Ferry Home Prince & Ripley leased for John S. Murphy his property at Broadway and Livingston Avenue, Dobbs Ferry, to! Howard C. M; tlack. ? Sells House in Yonkers Clement H. Smith sold for a Mr.' Schaefer a dwelling in Buckingham Road, -ic-pperhan Heights, Yonkers. ?-? $915,000 for Four Flats Planned in the Bronx VTSR at. s w cor Bronx Park So brick tnmt, 114-1 ? x ^ 0 : Northland Co. Inc.. owners; Simon Shapiro, 830 ?Westchester av. pr?s; Chas Kreymborg, 263.-1 Marlon av, areht; coy:, %22i,ff?n. DALY AV. a h cor BrOUX far'.; So brick tnmt. 187.fixi8; Northland R Co, Inc. owner; Simon Shapiro 830 V\ - <*h. ?ter av, pri-s; Cha? kreymborg-, 2?a4 Marion av. acht; COS?, f--5,000. EB.ONX PARK SO. ? .-., 11 if.ft w Vyae av. 2 E>-sty brick trimts. SOxl'S; Northland Realty Co. Inc. owner; Simon Shapiro, S-0 Westoheatr-r av, pr?s. ?"h;.s Kxeym horg, 2534 Marion av, arch*.; cost, ?250v 000. M'CLBLLAN AV. n w cor Grand Concours?, t?-ety fcrick, tnrat. 126.^-cI06.9 ; Absar Reallv Co, owner; Abraham Wolsman, 120 K Ford ha in Road, pr?s; Chas Kreymborg, 2634 M??*ion ae. archt; cost, (225,000 LACOMDE AV, s s. 75 e ?-oi'on av 1%. sty bk dwlg, 20x32; Alfred Reiner, 40 Lacombs av, own? r; Apton F n oiv Westche ter av, architect; coat. ?j.'?O". FPWLBR AV, -.i- R. 2.";3 s .Veil av; l^-sty frm dwlg, 20x28; R D Jam".?. 797 E H 2d st. owner; L D Ki.-by, 17?? E Tre mont av, architect; c-*-;-t, Ji.600. RADC?IFFJB AV. w s. 127.5 ?- Adee ?? . 1-atv terrn ciuta dwl-c, 22:?.X?0 Qlui- ! -??? De Libera a K 146th at, owner, Delia p*nna & Erickaon, 3S9 E. 14-Jth at. archi? tects; co t. $2.500. CHIN HILL ROAD, n w cor Paulding av; 2-sty bk dwli*. 22x45.10; Nicholas Aqui? lino, 3i<;5 ?.'arpenter av, ovner; Eugene Ue Rosa, 110 W 40th at, architec- afit, J5.000. PURITAN' AV, e s. 3,-0 s Waterbury av; 24-aty irm dwlg, 10x41.(1 Barnard an.! BUz Qulgg, 393 Bleec?tei . ?vners; F W Rlui '70 W 181st ?t, architect; cost, ?6.000. tVKSTf'HESTER COI NTV BE'.!. ESTATK BUILDERS ATTENTION Plots suitable for immediate improvement Ponfield Avenue BRONXV?LLE Easy Term* Apply J. CLARENCE DAV1ES Office on Property or 149th St ?* ? -! ?-i Frank Gould Sells Berkeley Oval, Located in Bronx Buyers of Tract Comprising! 120 Lots Owi?ed by Seller for 20 Years To Be Sub divided by New owners The Occidental Holding Company, i Nathan Wilson, president, purchased from Frank Gould the Berkeley Oval property at University and Andrews ; avenues, Loring Place and Burnside ; Avenue, consisting of 120 lots. All the inside streets are to be laid at once and the plot is to be subdivided and j sold to builders. The tract has been | owned by Mr. Gou?d for over twenty ! yea;;-. Clark T. Chambers and Jacob ? & Emil Leitner, Inc., negotiated the ' sale. Spott? & Starr, Inc.. sold for the Burnside Avenue Realty Corporation the vacant plot on Tremont Avenue be? tween the Grand Concourse and Mor? ris Avenue, being 181 feet on Tremont Avenue and 108 feet irregular, to the Brensam Realty Corporation, Samuel Brenner, president. McLernon Brothers sold for Lillian Hermann the plot, 135x114, at the northeast corner of Jerome Avenue and 177th Street; for William Bergen the plot, 50x100, on the we3t side of An- '? rlrews Avenue, 150 feet north of 183d Street; for A. E. Wood the plot, 75x 100, on the south side of 204th Street,' 100 feet west of Webster Avenue; for Soelkle Brothers the lot, 26x102, on tho , north side of 204th Street, 52 feet east , of Hull Avenue; for William Widmt*nrt the lot, 26x111, on the north side of1 204th Street. 78 feet east of Hull Ave- ! nue; for O.arlei Rupp the plot, 52x ' 117, on the north sid'i of 204th Street, 26 feet west of Decatur Avenue; for I Henry Seib the lot. 26x101, on the ; north side of 204th Street, 78 feet west of Decatur Avenue, and for the estate of Thomas Murray the plot, 50x100, on the north side of 188th Street, 100 feet west of University Avenue. Eugenio A. Cuento sold to Salvatore Gennino the vacant plot, 34x100, at the northwest coiner of Cambrelling Ave? nue and 187th Street. Daniel Houlihan sold to Peter Theo? bald the property at 4372 Katcflah Ave? nue, 38.4x90. Henry Reichten seid to Otto Huetsch the vacant piot, 175x97.7, at the north? west corner of 189th Street and Web- j ster Avenue. HEAL ESTATE?SALE OR KENT Manhattan I WAREHOUSE BUILDING. ?SxGT, North Moore st.. N. T. C. ; ?lx-story and b?se nipnt. 45x80. about 25,000 BO.- tt., 350 i pounds to the sq. ft.; steam heat, electric i liirht. large elevator, shipping platform l protected; leasehold; price, $50.00?, or will nut at $12.000 per aunjm. Edward 8am I son, 130 William st., N. T. C. Telephon* ? 1750 Beekman. : GARAC-E, 41x100.5, lc-ared West 70s; suitable commercial 113e or Uve atorase; priro, $50.000; easy terras ; Immediate pos ! si sston. Edward Samsion, ISO William ?t.. i N. T. C. Phono 1750 Beekman. Lone Island T.TNBROOK AND VICINITY Good house, 7 rooms and bath. $?."?00. New Colonial, 5 rooms and bath, pas, elec : ,'ricity, steam heat, chestnut trim, $0.600. ! Beautiful bur.fralow, G rooms, tiled bath, j st.-am heat, fireplace: plot 60x100, $6.900. : Martens & Peace, oppoaita station, Lyu : brook. Westrhestep SCARSDALE?Owner must sell his 120,000 home; situated on a good sized plot In residential section, within 4 minutes' walk of station ; house contains 8 weil arranged rooms, 2 baths, all Improvements. Apply C-210. Fish & Marvin, Scaisdale, N. Y. Phone Scarsdale 610. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY toi t eh-ap 10 rooms, 3 ba'hs, e-tabllsbed location; ?raragp; r'-asan. ^ai^.^g distance of sta? tion and country club: term? arranged. Phone Pel ham 4776 or call 427 Fowler av. New Jersey NEW HOTTSFS AT S6.500 TTP j at Bogota Heights, built o? stucco and 1 frame; steam, parquet floors, electricity: I plot" 40x!00. Michael Bros. & OhrlstUa icn, .vlaplewood and Palisade ave?. Tele? phone H., kensack 5S3-K. $799 UPWARD for improved half aero plots, highest section; S'.:mmlt, N. J., school 10 minutes; station 20 minutes. EUGENE JOBS-H. F. BECK CO., Lackawanna Station. Si-mmlt. N. J. j TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES BROADWAY CORNER STORE. NORTH ! of Canal sir? et. Possession Feb. 7st. 1 F. .1 oriLFOYLE & CO., 1.65 Broadway..J Cortlandt 7475. OFFICE, 350 feet, tenth floor, 11 Moore St. : overlooking harbor: exceptional light and ventilation; furnished or unfurnished. Bowling Green 9t?50. 2 LOFTS, each 60xlO0, light on four sides. tor manufacturing purposes. Apply Joeoph Haaf, 20-26-2032 Pacific st., Brooklyn. Brooklyn STORE AND BASEMENT-^?ohn3ton Build? ing, Kevins st. and FlatbqTl! av.; vacant ; long: term lease. Cliauncey rt?al Estate Co.. 1S7 Montague at. Telephone Main 4300. APARTMENTS TO LET?FURNISHED ? Manhattan 73D ST., IzR WEST (Hotal Nobelton)? ; ?'ewly decorated and furnished one, two. three outside rooms, bath; elevated, sur? face cars, subway , room, ball:, 990 month? ly ajid up; full hotel service; restaurant. ?1ST ST. (Columbus av.? (Hotel Colonial) ?Newly decorated, furnished, one. two. three outside rooms, bath; elevated, sur face cars, subway; $60 room, bath; fu7i hotel service; restaurant. 93D ST., AT MADISON AV. <Hotel Ashton) ?Newly decorated and furnished one, two, three outside rocrrjs and bath; buses, suifs*? cars, subway: $lfiQ per month up, fuil hotel service, restaurant. , if?l ?-room apartment, com.pi.ete In ?ppoiirtmeats; 6 month; or year lease; great bargain. For information, Mrs- W. A. HALLEK, Hotel Embassy. Tel. ?700 Col. ATTRACTIVELY and completely furnished 4-room apar; ment, combination living and dining room. 2 lart.e bedrooms, kitchen and bath; al! outside, southern exposure; riald service if destrecf.- S. Cragr?r, COS Ft. Wash? ington av Wadaworth 9C4:;. ELEGANTLY FURNISHED APART? MENTS, 2 TO 12 ROOMS; OUTSIDE, BPACIO?& TELEPHONE 5763 SCHUT LEK. APARTMENTS TO LET?CNTURN18HED ALintiattun 5TTH ST.,107 EAST--Cnfurnished apartment of two Urge rooms and bath; electricity; lease; refeienc.-s required; rent. $150; Im? mediate possession. 5 ROOMS AND BATH, $14S 7 ROOMS AND BAT].' $145 to tlB? ate possession, In 'ce .'ashi.inab.'y ..a'.r-'l elevator apartmen, houses, IT ar.il .'? '.'..a". i'5ih si., near 7th av. Apply on premises or WILLIAM CRUIKSHANK'S SONS, Staffer Luild?n?. . >: ART?CENT for business altillos and r?!8J denc? Lexington i 34th $c. Realty Co Vanderbllt 4069, or 242 Lexington ?v., at 34tb NEW JERSEY REAL ESTATE A REAL RA?OW^I^mS two weal's fine home property, consisting r.f beautiful ho?l r,,lon?a; architec? ture, of 6 rooms ar.H r.:ie bath and nne sleeping balcony, al' Improvement* auii h*? ?t with fine ?awn, flowers and ina-lu tree? Easy c? ?.muting distance, In heart of Jersey's most beautir-ja suburban com? ic unity; near es press station and trolley line; Jl,i50 cash tanea it; balance of $5.400 on easy term mortgages PER? SONAL, Post Office Box 74a, City Hall ..'at ion. New Yor!; City. LONG ISLAND REAL ESTATE ALONG THE SOUTH SHORE Dr-*: 1 ?bte Properties for S?le or Rent. JEREMIAH UOBB1NS, Bab?. Ion. L. L CONNECTICUT REAL ESTATE LADD ?"NICHOLS :-'.? ?-it. foan, 9 East 48th St., H. ?. *ei. 1717, Xel. Miwaj HUi UM Mediocre Flats in H.arlem | Pass to New Owners ! Apartment on Broadway and ] Twe ?Others in 135th Street Among the Houses Sold Mattie Wtllhims purchased the eix- j story apartment house with store-?, on plot 41.8x160, at 8157 Broadway, north ! of 125th Street. It was acquired aub- ! ject to mortgages for $72,000. J. S. Maxwell told for Mrs. Rosa Nettel ?518 and 515 West 136tb Street,: two five-story apartments, 40x100 ?***ich. ! Each bouse accommod?tes twenty families. The Mittendorf HoWiug Corporation sold to Sali Adler a five-story flat at 105 and 107 East 116th Street, lO.lOx 100.11. Wurd Relknap & Son sold f or Harriet S. Williams to Patrick A. Carney a five-story apartment ai 65 West 104tB Street, 27x100.11. Louise Ciosius sold to Samuel Coop?* the five-story tenement. 21x37.11, at the northeast corner of Fourth Street and First Avenue. John C. Thompson sold to Mary A. Reilly a five-story tenement at 44*5 West Forty-fourth Streel, 1^.9x100.4. Sleepy Hoilow Old Holding Pa-.?-?"-) to Oilier Hand? The large tract tu tat .Sleepy H?..?iv,v section of Tarry town, reported sold in these columns yesterday, were pur? chased by a client of William A. White & Bong and Fish & Marvin. The prop? erty was sold for Mrs,. Ann** Er.-ie--* who has owned it i-inco 1855. adjacent to the holdings of V. Rockefeller and tho Sleepy B Country Club. Th?? estate compri**-.* fifty acres, on which there are no houses, and has a ?arge frontage or Broadway in North Tarrytown. There is also an outlet on Sleepy Hollos* REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION REAL ESTATE AT AKTION ABSOLUTE LIQUIDATION AUCTION SALE By Order of the REGENT REALTY CO. 300 East & West BRONXLOT To the Highest Bidders Without Reserve Wed., Nov. 2 in the Exchange Salesroom, 14 Vesey Street, Manhattan To Be Held at 12 o'clock Noon 5 Great Opportunities 27 LOTS ?m ?MSd-rwIck. rndei-cJuT.- 47 i f|T^ ??> MorrU. College and i *"" *JkJ * " Popham Atm..bet.176th TT- ? ?*-?W |V Teller Aves.. hetw-er. isnd 177th Street* <in University and l??>th on?! \~'Za Streets (opposite Clare Morris Heights section.) mont Turk.? 1 ^fl I OT51 ?n Morris Taris Are.. ICI flT? '"" Woodlmwrt Height?. AVV UKfStJ jvhit? Plains Ave., * ** *??*-' * J opposite Vnn CortUudt East 189th St. and adjacent streets In Park. 238th to Mist street. tho Van Nest and l nioucort sections. Viry Liberal Terms?7 5^ is mort n. Mm?#. j iiX" for 1. 2. 3 years at &VV or 6?#4 ArKK\ot navigable water- at 5%. nvniji.' fr?nt property on East- Title Guarantee & Trust Company ehester Shipping Canal, opposite Pel- policies free to ?Il purchasers. ham Bay Park, at end o? Eastchester Visit these propertie* To-day. Pick l...j.d.n,; Ho u. ideal lor t.ui)-U>>.ait>ii | what you want. You ne /er wlU have into bungalow sites. ' such a chance again. The TAX EXEMPTION LAW cover? all these lot? Writ? or Telephon? for Illustrated Book map BRYAN L. KENNELLY, Inc. Real Ei'.aie Auction Specialist? Since 1847 ?49 Broadway, N. Y. Te!. Cort. 1547 TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES TO LET FOB BUSINESS F17UPOSE? ALBEMARLE FINEST FLOOR IN NEW YORK CITY 18,000 Sq. Ft FRONTING ON MADISON SQUARE UNSURPASSED FOR LIGHT & AIR Immediate Postession Albert B. Ashforth, ins. 12 East 44th St Murray Hill I100 CNFLBOTISHKIi AP?ETMEJ-TT? TO LET; George Wasliingbn UO West 7'ind street Vou will enjoy living in thin new 16-atory Absolutely Fireproof Apart? ment Hotel. The ?paclous. bright and airy i-coma make every suite &n ideal horn??. The finert mculs In New lork are ?erved iu th-= George V?'a?hlrtfton Restaurant. Come and enjoy our chicken and waffle dinner. Then select one of the few suites left. Warly lease only. Excellent maid fcervice. 2 RTOMV, BATH.. $135 2 ROOMS," BATH $150-190 Less than one biocfc from express subuay and elevated stations. 309 West S6th St. This new 13-story Absolutely Ftre pr.-of Apartment Koiel overlook? [he Hudson, is tin a parked street and in located In th>> most reflnfid residential ?-e ?tipp of ; e \< .-s> - , le T ? tunity of SfK-urin!-- a. lio-r-e here Is, of necessity, limited, owing to the fact that vacancies iiet..om occur. Yea-i'i; lease only. Maid ?ai restaurant aervice. l'nfurni>?h?d 2 ROOMS, BATH.. $135 1 ROOM, BATH $185 j At 19 East 95th St. I in the social center, near 5th ? Avenue. Five rooms & bath: ? renovated throughout; living room 2? ft. long; unusually large closets; iir-medi .te poi sestion. Rent $145; also 7 and 6 rooms, $140 to $210. Apply on Premise*. , FlKMSllfcl* AJ'AKTAlEMS TO UET PARK?vk, 815 Most attractively furnished 7 or I loom apartm.-nt, 3 baths. Rent reasonable. AGENT OS PBEMIS?S. Beautiful Offices a to Sublease 9 An out-of-town client ha? closed N. Y. office of approximately 2,000 Sq. Ft., in uniti of 500 Sq. Ft and 1,000 Sq. Ft. 6th Floor, Bun-ell Bldg., 171 Madison Avenue. Fine location, exceptional building. WiH suhlet offices complete or in part. Will ?eil partitions at reason? able valuation. LOW RENTAL for Immediate Tenant Client willing to make coaaHerable sacrifice for unmeJtaie tenant. An opportunity too good to overlook.. Get in touch with u* at encs. Cross & Brown Company, Midtow- O*.? !7c F;?'<- Avena?, 'JPhon* Ashland?Hit. BEAI. ESTATE BROREA8 H^S busf-iss HE^rv PRopEKn For Reut F?tate tn CBAMJ CEN'THAI. ZONE Henry Hof 7?;: 86 Are. aturra? Hill 5&04-?4T?7 Cushman & Wakefield, Inc. 50 I.M-U itd fct. Phone Murray Hill 7s?*. Fi-rci?: eU uTi'i I 0? urnishc.J RULAND & BENJAMIN i I ?-ut 4.411 St. VneotrbUt anA.^ I ?^IWEST?ESTER^^I W$3 'VV5 SALE 02 RENT Jkh?Pm a?i^BuyYourselfaHome ^^?S r looded with Sunshine TONKXJMs ti.SOO CASH for a well bullt, attractive 7-room house In Xortli Tonkers, oom ! piet? la every detail. Pine river view, ; pleasant surroundings. Asking Iil.i/00. i We suKifnt t'r.al you see this p.ace at once. I Thos. 8. Burke, Flagg Bidg.. deity Square, , ?aso South Broadway at Valentin? I^une Vasos ?060 Vonkers. PKMIAM FELHAM?New attached EngUsh dSfallUngs apprr.a-hing completion, in Bneat section Pelham Manor: T large rooms. 2 tiled baiha; t--t,aa?, beau-d garag-? 1'ilce 117,(00; terms. Heraimer, Inc.. 25 "Wtat *?d at. Tel. Uui tsl aiU T?3. I UitOMVliXE .'.Al.GE, NEW ?ROUM DUTCH 2? loiii?: hru*e. tin plot 6r>xlK. ai. r-oder: improvemjints; livlaj room 13x32, wiit MO ui^i..? r. a?*U? p..:. |rjtl southern exposure Price ?10.000. e?c terfos. Wert-hasner ajnd Borneo H K. Sta? tion. CHESTER HEIGHTS, an p. opart? Houses buiit to order, with goad six-Ki : plots, from JT.OOO up Office ou property Msrbtarr; Construe doc Co.. Inc., Unten Cernera, Bronivil?e. '1 ??t phone Hiiiorejfc ?V7. FOR KALE OR RENT?SeTen-room he?**-*. s aeree ?ir.d ..utbuiLJuiga. -,? mils of atsv . iloc; near sc?uol. church??, ?ti U. DELAXE?. West **. *j:?L ?t*n-?r*j?<?<sl*, K. X.