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I Buyers Select Modern Flats On West Side goUie in West 57th St., Re ccBtly Conveyed by Com? missioner Harriss and Al? tered for Su?es, Sold in? modern six-story structure d? iSi to stores and apartments at 33 ?'.ftv-seventh Street. 25x100.6, be /? With and Sixth avenues, and ?1 u ?t r-75.000, has been sold by Wil v B May & Co. for tho owners, 33 ? ,t Fiftv-seventh Street, Inc., to V*I the 'parcel was conveyed a few '?fhii aio by Deputy Police Commis * sir John A. Harrias. It was one f the old tvpc four-story dwellings ^d the company converted it into its F?^ara&ctc^/old,f?.r fte War _ul corporation, Joseph G. Abrams^n ???Ment, the six-story modern ele 22? iwrtment at 606 and 508 West SiSet. 60x96, held at $150,000 Katharine G. Siejrelstem bought frorn tr.ts Gittelman the six-story apart? ment with stores at 1493 Madison Ave C?W J Huston ? Son sold for Eldon ftlib???to Frank C. Merkleo 2917 Eighth Avenue a six-story modern tenement ?ntalning sixteen apartments and two ^Jennie Trentaeosta sold to Salvatore Dsmbrosio the four-story house at 169 ?S 08th Street, l6.8xlOC>.ll Nora Rubinstein sold the two four *tx>ry tenement? with stores at 2330 'ind 2332 Second Avenue. 20x80 each, to Charlea *nd Louis Stein, respectively. Jdari? ?a"o 8?ld to Josephine Malo jpina 328 Bast Thirty-ninth Street, a five-story tenement, 26x98.9. Theresa Len* sold to John P. Kuhn 343 East Fifty-fourth Street, a four story house, 20x100.5. Mary ReiHy sold' to Margaret Rob <erts 157 West Sixty-second Street, a fnre-story tenement, 26x100. Bernard A. Ottenberg sold to J. Freeman the five-story flat with two etores at 228 West 124th Street, 26x 100, through Fred G. Blechner. P. Fried sold for John Bacso 1647 First Avenue, a four-story tenement, 25x76. The F. F. R, Realty Company sold (o Solomon W. Freedman 1403 Third Avenue, a five-story tenement. 20x78. Benjamin S. Marco sold to Morris Klaas 552 West 1.32d Street, a flve itory tenement, 25x99.11. Charles Herrmann sold to the Albln ?Realty Company 129 to 188 Etanton Street, southwest corner of Norfolk Street, two five-story tenements -with ?tores, 100x60. ? Dr. Win. Whitney Buys Fine Home in 70th St. Purchases House With Elevator Disposed Of Recently by Dr. Simon Baruch Estate Otterbourg, Steindler & Houston, rep? resenting a client, resold the five-story American-basement private dwelling with elevator at 51 West Seventieth Strest, 20x100, purchased from the es? tate cf Dr. Simon Baruch last week. Dr. William Whitney is tho purchaser ?ud will occupy the premises. L. J. Phillips &. Co. and J. Romaine Brown Company wore the brokers in the re? file. Brady & Bowman; Inc., sold for Mrs. Kathleen K. Donahue her house at 180 West Seventy-second Street. This is one of tho few remaining private houses on the south side of the block between Columbus and Amsterdam ave? nue? which has not been altered for business or apartments. M. H. Gaillard & Co. sold fo Mrs. Theresa Barna to the Misses M. E. and V. E. Hughes the four-story residence at 67 West Eighty-fifth Street. The same brokers sold for Emil Halla to , Mrs. M. Weinstein 60 West Eighty fourth Street, including the furnitu?e. Bracher & Hubert represented Mrs. Weinstein as broker?. Evelyn F. Gordon sold to Alice Lynch 2052 Madison Avenue, a three story dwelling, 16.5x75. Theresa Barna sold to Martha E, and viola E. Hughes the four-story dwell? ing at 67 West Eighty-fifth Street, 17.6 ?102,2. John C. Coleman resold 142 and 144 WeBt 118th Street, two four-story dwellings, 16x100 each, for Louis Davis, to an out-of-town buyer. Edward S. Billings sold to Jacob Drechsler 413 West 147th Street, a three-story dwelling-, 19.9x99.11. Lillian E. Bertsch sold to Emma Cook 514 West 149th Street, a threc etoiy dwelling, 15x99.11. ' ? ?? Results of Auction Sales By Jt-Mph v. Day .n?'?0-*lboUn(5e? h* 2d and 1st avf, ?6th ?,,?... ? BU- 2";1??50, 2 and 3 Sty oar tW War?*-* et al ?5* 8econd k .Z, , II ? Pt *??: *,oh*' C ?ark, ref; L?f?i U"\,r*????'????>? 1.74; taxes. 6to, $288, ?^ 1*4.61; adjourned io November 14. By Henry Brady t si? f?' I16. W', n *? 16l!* W I^no? ?v. i??Tfo?-- 117 W' n *?? m-* w Lenox av. ?""?*??,)i;cBtmo a(rt san'e* action 2; amt ?~1____ ' taxe8> ?te, $132.75; prior APARTMENTS TO LET? FUBNIBHKD Manhattan ?HTTi ST 33fl West?Exceptionally well lt?i *!ed ap?artment, 2 or 3 rooms, rental ?l?0j-tvi mor-*. Supt. or ... ?M. MORC?ENTHAU JR. CO.. ?_**os*JM St. _6486 Bryant. S1ST ST. (Broadway)?Three and nix rooms, ?ell furnished ; elevator. 2465 Broadway. Wt'YYESANT BQt'ARE section, eight room lu.-nishi-ft apartment, rent ?200; no chll ?jRi reference absolutely necessary. Party ?Hing for Kurope Saturday. Telephone Huyvesant 9712. APARTMENTS TO I^ET-~U>*TTrRJiISHED Manhattan , . 75 ST.. 245 WEST. *?,*? 3 rooms and bath, $9f"-0-$2,000. 4 rooms, 2 baths. $2,700. ' '.'all or, Supt. ?t House or J?x, pRENCH & FRENCH, INC.. i^[^ll?onAv., at 45 St. Vanderbilt 3237. H7TR st. afi(, -vtest, comer Morningslde (jjj?Eight large rooms, ground floor. *_. 18? EAST 6, Til STREET Wtraely attractlv ; and 8-room apart "??ma available f,,r immediate occupancy. ?? \r ... CULVER & CO., '?dison Ave.. Tel. Murray HUI 9190.? AND RIVERSIDE DRIVE. i ? & 6 ROOMS. n,?]?'* Possession. Rent $1.400 to $1,700 ^J^viCE. 820 RIVERSIDE DRIVE. SS^?TIVE 6-ROOM APARTMENTS. l?**rn Elevator Building. Unsurpassed j?r,- . i-arBe outside rooms?only $100 up. "?*?*? location, Columbia College section. Il? \f- pP!y to Supt. on premises. ^_Morningg?ue Drive, Corner 121st St. MC6uSS -1N* ESTATE?Apartment To rent 5 a?i,'f???a<,l80n ??**'??? 7 rooms, 2 bathe and I?'-.? rooms and bath. Immediate occu *iB.r*on application. Address Hari ^^^wltt. Attorneys, 43 Cedar at. Brooklyn 4^?^.Sl?rRiSTER ROAD, corner Caton ?tl?ivi'ai x, 0,,P?ct Park. 17 minute? from WiaJr-vj; "r1*-1* n*Kh class residential ls? W ? ' t.wo modern apartment bulld *?*???*L>0!,-Pl?ted, suites of 5 and 6 large "'Wforiu I with lleven *"<* ?in? closets. *'^fe?lJja..,B'*'**-3r*w' Apartments"?sound 1* ?uit ?IS- .'*K!t appointment. Decorations * K t g^- Church Ave. Expr?s? Station Long Island Realtors to Play For Childs Cup on Thursday The Long Inland Real Estate Board will PtnKo its first club golf tourna? ment to-morrow at the North Hemp stead Country Club, at Port Washing? ton- Richard T, Childs, president of m b.oard' "RS donated a cup. There will be other prizes accorded to Carl Eimer, secretary of the board. The board will hold a golf tournament every year froir, now on. Play will start at 2 p. m. " ' ? ? Residential Trading Active in Many Sections of Bronx . Demand for Apartments and Dwelling Houses in North? erly Borough Shows No Let-Up; Vacant Site Sales J. Lemfe sold the five-story apart? ment at 1080 Bryant Avenue, 42x100. J. Clarence Davies, Inc., sold for William J. Rice to S. Astman, the northwest corner of Walton Avenuo and 140th Street, a five-story apart? ment house, 27x105. Charles Kroctz sold to Adam P. Hoessbacher the six-story apartment house at 807 163d Street, 87.6x100. Sophie Knepper sold to Florence Freedman the five-story apartment house at 1460 Wilklns Avenue, 37.6x100. Aurella Schostel sold to Adolph Weinberg the five-story apartment house at 1115 Westchestcr Avenue, 67.1x50x irregular. The Rotholii Realty Corporation aold to Ida Green the five-story apart? ment at the southwest corner of St. Ann's avenue and 156th Street, 48.6x 54.6 irregular. Regina M. Rappold sold to Solomon Horowitz the four-story tenement at 896 Eagle Avenue, 18.9x100. F. William Eggert sold for the es? tate of Arthur H. Murphy to the L. & G. Realty Company the northwest cor- ; ner of White Plains Avenue and 241st Street. M. M. Reynolds sold for William C. Cleary 2186 Gleason Avenue, two fam? ily house, 25x100, to Michael Kesne, and sold a plot 100x100 at the north? west corner of Gleaaon and Watson avenues to Martin Leon Ardron and George Ball. Schwab & Company ?old for Mrs. Kasakova the two-iamily- dwelling, 1730 Topping Avenue, 25x95. Israel Berman sold to Michael Kat sidras tho two-story dwelling at 1042 Fox Street, 25x100. Grace M. CasBidy sold to Minetta C. Marsh the two-story dwelling at 1863 Morris Avenue, 30x95. Jacob M. Lewis sold to William E. Casserly the two-story dwelling at the southeast corner of Webb Avenue and 190th Street, 94.3x28.1./ Edward Oswald sold to Charles Lud? wig the two-story dwelling at 2147 Prospect Avenue, 16.6x150. Katherine Killelea sold to Patrick Shea the three-story dwelling at 1500 Bryant Avenue, 25x100. Hubert R. Chupurdy sold the prop? erty 25x100 at 245 Bedford Park bou? levard to William J". Cavanangh. P. Trepinhauer sold the three-story residence at 879 Cauldwell Avenue through Leon G. Loseta. Pincus Shalita sold to the Levon Construction Corporation the north? west corner of Washington Avenue and 182d Street. Harry Goldsmith ?old to Dora Klein the property 25x100 on the east side I of Jessup Avenue, 200,3 feet south of Featherbed lane. Sal? of Bowery Building Joseph S. Rice sold to Herman Heindenreich the three - story building with store at 808 Bowery, 22.6x100. REAL ESTATE?SALE OR BENT Loner Island NORTH SHORE PROPERTIES. L'Ecluse Washburn & Co.. 36 E, 40th St., N. Y. JAMAICA Sacrifie??, on hill, west of Normal School ; one famtly, tax-exempt. 7 rooms, all Improve? ments; garage; $14,000, cash 12,000. Tel. Laurleton 6615 J. Westchester HAP.MON-ON-HUDSON?Will rent my beautiful homo for winter, charmingly furnished, Steinway grand piano, Chinese rugr; fine Hudson River view; very largo living room, 4 bedrooms; 4 minutes from station; regarded as most attraetivo house on Hudson ; must be seen to be appre? ciated; $260 monthly. Phone Schuyler 9 or Crot?n 207, or call Loeb Lane, Harmon. 7-ROOM Colonial house, all Improvements; corner plot, 100x100; garage; 10 minutes to train and trolley; 15 minutes to Rye Beach; price $12,000. A. L. PHTLLTPS & SON, owners and builders, 2d and Henry sts., Harrison, N. Y. New Jersey IN THE MOST DESIRABLE ree'dencs sec? tion of Montclalr, corner lot 77x163 ; all Improvements ; south and east exposure; title guaranteed ; within 6 minutes of station : near school and stores. Address owner, 858 Valley Road, Upper Montclalr, N. J. Phone Montclalr 61"?. WONDERFUL BARGAINS. Two new houses, 30 minutes from Hudson Terminal, In best N. J. suburb; every Im? provement, large plots; $7,000-$8,600 ; must be sold; small amount of cash. FRANK MILLER. 18 Park Row. Barclay 8686. FREE list of houses for ?ale and rent. Write VAN WINKLE CO., Rutherford,N.J. MORTGAGE MONET MORTGAGES. We Havi Special Fund? la Amounts from $50,000 to $500,600. WOOD. DOLSON CO., INC.. 141 Broadway. Tel. Rector 781*. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION ,TERE JOHNSON Jr.. Co., Real Estate Auctioneers 193 Montague St.. Brooklyn. REAL ESTATE BROKERS WARDE - LAND8BORO System finances Home building. 342 Madison Ave., N. Y. C. CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD, INC.. I? East 4$d St. Tel. Murray Hill 7820. FACTORY PROPE^TX" _ WILLIAM B. MEHRALL. Real Eelate. Canadian Pacific Bide. LONG ISLAND REAL ESTAT? RUSHING Dutch Colonial residence, hollow til? and tapestry brick, asbestos shingle roof. 10 rooms, two tiled baths with showers, built-in fixtures, tiled kitchen, sleeping and sun porche?, oak floors throughout, hot water heat, 2 open fire? places, 2-car garage, plot 60x136 feet, large trees, artt?tlcally planted, tax exempt. Possession &t cace. ASK MR. HALLERAN Halleran Agency, Flushing, N. Y. Telephon?? 874 and 3653 Flushing. LG. WOLF? Exceptional bargains . on the North U?ara. _ m? B'way. ?. *. QUEENS REAL EBTAT* Edseworth Smith. Inc., 1 W. 34'.h St. Sol? Agent. Fltzroy 090?. Hie Qaeeasboro Corporation ?0 East? 4?$*d St.. Cor. Madison Aveu REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION Remember the Lorillard Spencer Estate Lots are to be sold Thursday Columbus Day October 12th Remember They are Unrestricted You can Build Frame Bungalows You Buy at Your Own Price Easiest TERMS Sent? for Bookmap Auctioneer 67 Liberty St. Tel. Cortlandt 0744 ATARTSEENT HOTELS HOTEL IRTISTE3 1West67?SX1 Adjoining Central Park. The tjssJq??:- Apartment H?tel. 8TCDI08-DUVLEX APARTMENT:! 3 TO 6 ROOMS $2400 PER ANNUM AND UPWARDS. FREE COOKIN? AND REFRIGERATION. RESTAURANT. SWIMMING POOL. MAID SERVICE. OWN'fclRSiilf MANAGEMENT. Ser-vine of (Inusual fCxoellenoe. UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET 24West 59th Street Fadng Central Park 821 Park Ave., Cor. 75lh Street New Elevator Apartment House Exceptionally desirable housekeeping apartments of 5 Rooms & Bath Apply MO jHjwgjgw* N.Y.-Tel.HurrayHlfl62(? WESTCHESTER COUNTY REAL ESTATE BRONXVILLE Very Attractive Modern Dutch Colonial Residence Situated on, plot about 120x100. beautifully landscaped, in one of the finest residential parks. House con? sists of 9 rooms, 3 baths, iargra en? closed, heated ?m?I screened sun par? lor, open living porch, steam heat, all improvements. Gara fro for 2 car3. ?0 minutes walk to station. Asking ?,30,000. Owner wants an voffer. Apply H-442. Phone Bronxvllle 3100. 527 5th At., New York, Telephone Murray Hill 652(1. HOME SEEKERS will SAVE MONEY and BE HAPPIER by FRANKLY STATING their WANTS to CURTIS & KEENER, Chappaqua, New York, who can 1111 ALL REQUIREMENTS. Jfiel?s?tcm R?YEBDALK-ON-HUD90B N?w York City's Moat Accessible SafcarK tKOBGS HOWE. 527 Fifth At?.. N. Y. ?3, NEW JERSEY REAL ESTATE THE BEST IN LAKEWOOD SMOCK AGENCY Im. IC? ??* ST tAKCltVOOO.N. J. mum im .?rnnrfiiE-.i? .jm, im, sacs irwruRNisnEn apartments to let 11405thAve. 4, 5, 6, 7 Rooms?2, 3 Baths $2400?$5500 Southern exposure. Excellent light. Park frontage. 1160 5th Ave. Ready this Fall 1-7 Rooms?1-3 Baths. $100C?$4700 Variety of 4 Room Apartments $2000 and up. Southern exposure, 34 E. 51st St. Bet. Park & Madison Aves. 3 Rooms, $2200?$2800 6 Rooms, $4500?$5000 21 E. 66th St. 6 Rooms, 3 Baths. $5300 114 E. 40th St. East,of Park Ave. Ready this Fall 2, 3 Rooms and Kitchenette $1700?$2625 2 Suites for Doctors, with separate entrances on ground floor, Our aim Is io make our tenants satisfied with "French" build? ings. The good will of the tenant is the best asset of agent, builder and owner. Consult your onm broker or FRENCH & FRENCH, INC. Real Estate Management 350 Madison Ave., at 45th St. a Tel. Vanderbilt 3237 24 West 59th Street Facing Central Park Apartments of 2 to 6 Rooms I to 2 Baths $1500 to $6000 Restaurant on Premises Arrangements can be made for maid service.. FIas?&Elliman foQ Mifoon Av?nw. N.Y.?Tel.MurrayHill6280 I 105 West 73rd St. I New nine-story fireproof apartment 3 and 5 rooms. 115 West 73rd St. Recently constructed 4 and 6 rooms, I and 3 baths, 2131 Broadway Bet. 7-lth and 75th St?. 7 and 8 rooms, 2 baths. 700 West 179th St. Southwest eor. Broadway 10 story fireproof apartment 4-5 and 6 rooms, 2 baths. Under otvnership management Every convenience for tenants* comfort Apply to Louis ??rr.elson Tel. Vanderbilt 9546, 565 Fifth Ave. or Superintendent on Promises. 30 EAST 68TH ST. 2 to 4 Rooms, 1 Bath $1,000 to $2,000 Alio ?ludio with bath?$1,800. 710 MADISON AVE. 2 Rooms and Bath $800 to $1,000. PEASE & ELL1MAN ?<0 Madison Ave. Murray Hill C200. / -??-'..'???.' 227 Riverside Drive Corner 95th Street High Class Elevator Apartment* 6 & 7 Rooms RENTS $1800 to $2400 Apply on premises or Thomas J. O'Reilly Broadway at 109th Street Telephone Academy 1GOO 835 Riverside Drive North of 168th St. Elevator House. Ideal location, beautiful views. 34-5-6 Rooms APPLY OFFICE ON PREMISES CONNECTICUT REAL ESTATE UNFURNISHED APAnT-MICNTS TO "CET 1 t'TiPtTRNiSirED APAKTWTKNT8 TO I-fST ! High Class Apartments THE BELNORD 86th~-Broadwny?67th 7 lo If Rooms 2 to 4 Baths CHEPSTOW 215 Wc8t 101st St. 8&9 Rooms & 3 Baths $3,000 to $3,400 Outside. Light Apartments ST. DENIS 321 Weit 92d St. N. E. Cor. Riverside Drive) 10 Rooms, 3 Baths $3,700 to $4,500 THE COURTNEY 55 Central Park West 10 Rooms, 3 Baths Rentals, $3,600 to $4,500 495 WEST END AVE. S. W. Cor. 84th St. 10 Rooms, 3 Baths Rental, $3,600 155 RIVERSIDE DRIVE S. E. Cor. 88th St. 9 Rooms, 3 Baths $4,500 to ,$5,000 Exceptional Apartment NEW CENTURY 401 W?t End Ave.. Cor. 79th St. 9 Rooms, 3 Baths, $3,750 10 b II Rooms, 3 &4 Baths, $5,000 to $5,400 Outside, Southern Exposure RED HOUSE 350 Wed 85th St. 9 & 10 Rooms, 3 Baths $4,000 to $4,500 FIRENZFCOURT 206-8 West 92d St. 5, 6, 7 Rooms, 2 Baths All Outaid? Room* Moriero Elevator Building $1,700 to $2200 NORMAN 307 We?! 90th St. 7 Rooms, 2 Baths, $2,100 4 Rooms, $1,600 5 Rooms, $1,800 THE DORCHESTER 131 Riverside Drive N. E. Cor. 85th St. 6,7,9 Rooms, 3 Baths, $3,000 to $5,000 * 307 WEST 90TH ST. Entire Floors Each of 2 Rooms, Bath Exceptional Apartments $1,500 upwards Wood, Dolson Co., inc. Broadway, Cor. 80th St. - - - Tel. Schuyler 1100 TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES ?jq^tt JSuildm Und ST. and MADISON AVE. V LOW RENTALS Superior Service DIRECT access from East 42nd St. subway (Lex. Ave., Queensboro and Shuttle) and Grand Central Sta tions-^-Subway also connects it "with Penn Station:?No interference with business because of inclementweather. Single Offices, 700 sq. ft. and up mrtctiv Connecta mUS One Entire Floor, 18,057 sq. ft. 8ubu>?9 ami Graml Central ALBERT B. ASHFORTH, Inc.. 'Rijntinf and fflanatjng algtnt 12 East 44th Street Murray Hill 1100 APAHT.MENTS FOB HAMS OB TO MST Queen* APART.tlEN-TS FOB SAI.E OB *To EET Queens Jackson Heights 22 Minutes from 42nd St. Subway Station Elevator Garden Apartments 5, 6 and 7 Rooms?2 to 4 Baths Larger suites arranged to suit your requirements Golf, Tennis, Children's Playgrounds, Gardens, Etc. Tenant-Ownership Plan?Liberal Term? Steint and Builntu Rtftrmm Ktqutriit M'o%'r 50 East 42d St. The Queensboro Corporation Take Subway to Grand Central transfer to Queensboro Subway (Corona Line) to 25th St. (Jackson Heights) Station?(Office Opposite Station) By Motor?59th via Queensboro Bridite, Jackson Ave. to 25th Sc. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES A Fine Location for Retail Business More than 150,000 people pass it every tvorking day. It is the last unrented store ?n a new building, between Broadway and Nassau St. It is 12 feet wide in front; 24 feet in the rear, and 130 feet deep. There also is a mezzanine of good area. One of New York's best downtown locations for a men's or women's furnishing shop, hats, boot shop? or the like. Any good business should do better; any new business should prosper there?and THE RENT IS LOW Wm. A. White & Sons Established 1868 46 Cedar ,St. Tel. John 5700 REAL ESTATE BROKERS Business U ? g C Country HAL rc Properties I ? *7Nc S| Properti? Dou?lasLEUiman&Co. 15 EAST 49TH ST. Plaza 020* TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES 1st LOFT 5 East 47th Street 25x30 ft. In the heart of new retail ?liatriot. Plenty of light and air. One floor above street. Large display window. Exceptionally Low Rent Pease & Elliman 840 Madison Ave. Murray Hill 6300 MANILVTTAN REAL INSTATE FOR SALE A most attractive dwelling on Fifth Avenue in the Sixties. PLOT 28' 0" X 100' For salo with possession. Apply to CRUIKSHANK COMPANY, 141 B'way nmtm 30 BROADWAY *?*?"?? ATTRACTIVE OFFICE 8PACR. H. C. BEAVEN,' on Premises. Broad 1981. or your Own Broker. REAL ESTATE BROKERS JOSEPH MILNER COMPANY REAL ESTATE 505 6th Av*. Tel. Vanderbilt 3?307 ifc WEgT?ESTER j#|?J NEW ROi. HELLE NEW ROCHELLE ? Owner leaving town will sacrifice his h?;mo of nine rooms, tiled bath, gas and electric lights, hot water heat, large plot, high elevation, choice residential section; price for.qulck action. $13,600. LESLIE P. HARRIS, 10 North Av. Tel. 1186 New Rochelle, N. Y._ UNFURNISHED HOLSEt* b'OH RE-NT 8 rooms, 2 baths.$160 per month 8 rooms, 1 bath. 160 per month 7 rooms, 2 baths.126 per month 8 rooms, 1 bath. 125 per month 6 rooms, 1 bath. 100 per month Mrs. E. W. BOBINE, 470 Main Street _Tel. g4jj New Rochelle. N. Y._ AT NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y. Just completed, 5 rooms and bath, open attic; large plot; ail improvement; ready for immediate occupancy; $9,000, terms; also 7 rooms and bath; all improvements; $10,000. Builder, 44 Rhodes Bt. Phone H7-?. NVw Hochelle. _ ?>ew Rochelle, Bargain?Attacher! Brick House?8 sunny rooms, bath; fine loca? tion; schools, trolley; $9,600; $3,000 cash. OLEASON St SON, 249 Huguenot. Phone 96. , West cheater CONVENIENTLY LOCATED?Dutch * Co-I Ionia! home, 8 rooms, bath, hot watarJW heat^ open fireplace; plot 50x125; imme dla** possession; act Quick; $12,500; lib? eral terms. Choice building plots, $1,200 up. JAMES B. CONNOLLY, Wolfs Lane, Pelbam, N. Y. Tel, 19(10; ses. m?. 1637. j UABTlNGb HAS'nXGS-ON-THE-IiroSOX ? Overlook Ingr river an? Palisades; attractive 11 room house, 2 baths, all modern improve? ments, corner property, garage; best resi? dential section; 5 minutes station, trolley; easy terms. E. F. Horner, 1 Ridgelield Place. Tel. Hastings 608M. Call week days only. WHITE PLAINS BEATHTFl/X ?-ROOM HOUSE, with a view unuequaled In this suburban sec? tion: short walk to school, station and churches; $18,000, terms. Owner, 723-J While Plains. sc.\nsi).\i.E NEW Colonial house. 8 rooms, 3 baths; ???ce 28x40; large rooms, large closets; giant trees. In a private park; 8 minutes' walk to Hartsdale railroad station; price ?2fi,060. J. M. 8TEWABT, Scarsdale, N. T. CRKSTWOOD THIS IS THE HOME you've been ?ream? ing of; built o? rtcld stone with walls 20 Inches thick; windows trimmed with red tapestry brick; heated glasu ?-n porch on 'Bouth side; ' four large bedrooms; largo attic; hot water hest, oak floors, open fireplace for/? burning log?, copper leaders to gutters; ' plot 88x100. ROBERT J. SCHIERI.OH, builder, Scarsdal? Road, Crestw?oO, ?N. sn W REAL ESTATE AT AUTTION RF.AL ESTATE AT At.CTION DONT MISS THIS SAL! If you want to buy a few lots in Westchester County, at your own price, go see the John W. Sterling Estate Lots. I This beautiful estate (38 minutes from Grand Cen? tral), with its high, rolling land, brook, lake and water? fall, is opposite the entrance to the Shore Acres resi? dential colony, convenient to half dozen golf clubs, several bathing beaches and Long Island Sound. Boston Post Road " r '"? and HARRISON AVENUE Alto a fine bons? oa an ?er? of Boston Pott Road Lott and two other aontea ABSOLUTE AUCTION On Premise?, 2 P. M., Rain or Shine. Next Sat., Oct. 7 ? KJ/O Lawyers Title & Trust Co. Policfe? Free WARD CARPENTER & CO., Agent? for Owner? VISIT THE PROPERTY TO-DAY?Take N. Y.. N. H. A H. R. R. to mUher Mamaroneck or Harrison stations. From Mamaroneck station go east to Boston Post Road and property; from Harrison station follow Harrison Ave. to prop? erty; or trolley from either station to West St., and walk a short distance eaat to Harrison Ave. SEND FOR BOOKMAP. Auctioneer 'Jnc 67 Liberty St. ? y/^aU Telephone New York City /^**^e^?/fc?70?y Cortlandt 0744 FORECLOSURE SALES IHK COLORA DO SPlllNOS ANO CRIP? PLE CREEK DISTRICT RAILWAY COMPANY. "NOTICE OP FORECLOSURE SALE. Notice Is hereby given that pursuant te? a decree, of foreclosure and order of sale, mad? and filtere?! In the District Court of the United States for the District of Colorado, on the 29th day of August. 1922, In a cer? tain causa in equity, pending In said Court, ?htltled "Guaranty Trust Company of New York, ns Trustee, and Central Union Trust Company of New York, as Trust???, com? plainants, against The Colorarlo Springs and Cripple Cr?iek District Railway Company, defendant." a consolidated cause, I, Ivor O. Wingren, as Special Muster, will sell at pub? lic auction to the highest bidder, or bidders, at the west front door of the County Court House in the. City of Colorado Springs, in the County of F.l Papo, In the State of Colo? rado, and District of Co!ora?lo, on the 16th day of October, 1922, at 12 o'clock noon, all and singular the property, estates, lights, franchises, contracts, privileges and effects df Tho Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek District Railway Company which are sub? ject to the Hen of its two certain mortgages dated January 1st. 1900, and October 1st, 1902, save and except as hereinafter eet forth. The. said properties" eo to bo sold are de? scribed and defined In tha above mentioned decree of foreclosure and ordor of sale, and a brief description of said properties to be sold at said salo is as follows: The main line of railroad of the de dendant, Tha Colorado Springs and Crip? ple Creek District Railway Company, from Colorado Springs, in the County of El Paso, to Cripple Creek, in the County of Teller. State of Colorado; Its branch line of railroad from tho Town of Cameron through the City of Goldfleld to the City of Victor, In said Teller County: its line of steam and electric railroad, known as th? "Low Line," from Cripple Creek through the Towns of Elkton and Ana? conda to said City of Victor; its Una of electric railroad, known as tha "High Line," from Cripple Creek through Mid? way to the said City of Victor; Its branch line known as the Hoosler-Midway Line, its branch Una known as tho Moon Anchor cut-off; its branch known as the Portland Mine Branch; its branch lino known as 81 ration's Independence Spur Line; its branch lino to tha Economic Mill, all in said Teller County; its branch line in the City of Colorado Springs, connecting with the Atchlson, Toneka an* Santa, Fe Rail? road; Its branch line extending to the United Slates Reduction Works at Colo? rado City; its branch line extending to the works of the Tellurlde Reduction Com? pany at Colorado City, all in Kl Paso J County, * being a total mileage of abouti 70.07 miles. Together willi ail thai branches, additions, sidings, spurs, j switches and turnouts thereof, Including all iands, terminals, yards, bridges, via- I diicrts, culverts, tracks, rlghts-of-way. j trackage rights, stations, offices, ?iepots. d"epot grounds, terminal facilities, fences, I -workshops, machine shops, machinery, en? gine houses, freight houses, warehouses, ! coal chutes, water stations and other structures now held or acquired or here? after held or acquired for use in connec- ' tlon with tho said railroad or tho business | thereof and also all the easements, fran- ' i-hlses, water rights, property, leaseholds, j rights end things of whatever name or ! naturo now or hereafter connected with or relating to the said railroad or to the i construction, operation, maintenance or I use thereof, together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and nppurte- ; nances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining, ami tha reversions, remain- ' der?, tolls. Incomes, earnings, rents, issues and profit? thereof; and also all the es? tate, right, tltlo, interest, property, pos? session, claims and demands whatsoever, as well in law as In equity, of the Kail way Company of. In and to the samo and any part thereof, with the appurtenances; and all engines, tenders, freight, passen? ger and other cars and rolling stock, bridges, rails, lies, poles, cables, wire.?, tools, implements, apparatus and all other rallroa?! appurtenances, fuel, supplies and j materials and personal property now I owned or hereafter acquired ny the Hall- I way Company for the purposes of both | said steam and electric, railroads, all of Its telegraph, telephone and electric light i and power transmission lines, engine?. ! boilers, cables, motors, dynamos an?I trans- j formers, generating and transforming sta? tions, and all the estate., right, title and Interest of the Railway Company In and to all rolling stock and equipment In which, directly or Indirectly, under or through any equipment trust or equipment trust obligations, or otherwise in any manner howsoever, the Railway Company may at any time have or acquire any right, titlo or interest. Provided, however, that there is hereby exceptad ami reserved from the property of the said railway company directed to be S'jld all moneys In the hands of tho Receiver and all intangible property, claims, demands and choses In action of the Defendant Rail- | way Company and/or said Receiver (par- ! ticularly that certain chose in action, claim j and demand now In suit In this Court, In cause numbered 7086. wherein George M. ' Taylor, as Receiver of tho property of tho defendant Railway'Company Is complainant, : and The Cripple Creek and Colorado Springs Railroad Company, and othert-, aro defend- ' ants, and all claims and demands In favor of the defendant, The Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek. District. Railway Company, and/or the Receiver heretofore appointed in .his cause, against the United States of America and/or tho Director General of Rail? roads, arising in any manner out of tha j Federal control of railroads during the ne- : riod of time from January 1. 1918. to Feb? ruary 28. 1920, or any part thereof, whether arising under the Act of Congress known a? the "Federal Control Act" or the Constltu- : tlon of the United States, or arising under the provision? of tha Transportation Act, 1920, or In consequences of the same, or of the acceptance of any provisions thereof) all of which said intangible property, claims, demands and choses in action of the de- ; fondant Railway Company and/or said Re- i reiver are hereby reserved from the property directed to be sold. j Tho aforesaid property, real and personal, estate?, rights, franchise? and privileges will be sold, free and clear of and from all taxes, .assessments and other public charges, chargeable upon sal?l property prior to the lien of the mortgages foreclosed, and will be sold in one part or parcel as an entirety without appraisement, valuation, extension or redemption. The sale will be made to the highest bid- , der upon the conditions In the decree set forth and upon the following terms and conditions : (1) The Special Master shall accept no bid for the property sold less than the mum of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200, 000.00). wplrh sum Is hereby fixed by the Court in order to prevent a sacrifice of the property and to protect the interests j of all concerned, as the least sum for , which the said property ?hall be sold, un less the Court shall hereafter otherwise order. (2) No bid shalUbe accepted from any I bidder for said property who shall not ; have deposited, as a part of his bid, the ' sum of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) In cash or a certified check ! or checks therefor, payable to tho Clerk of this Court. The cash or checks de- : posited by any such bidder shall be held as a pledge that such bidder will make good his bid if accepted by the Court, j The cash and cheek* so deposited, except | those deposited by any bidder whose bid ; ?hall be provisionally accepted, shall be ! returned by the Special Master, at the conclusion of the sale, to the bidder or : bidders from whom they ware received. ' The cash and checks so deposited by any | bidder whose bid shall ne provisionally ac- ? * cepted shall be returned by the Special i Master to the bidder or bidders from whom } - they were received, if such provisional ac- ? ceptanoe shall thereafter not be confirmed . by the Court. (8) The cash and checks deposited by any blddor, in order to qualify him to bid At the Mid ?ale, shall be forfeluti Md FORECLOSURE SALES applied to tho expenses of euch aale or Baies, and otherwise a* may be dlrect?-l by the Court in the event that the sail bidder shall not make good hla bid. (4) In tho event any successful bidder shall fall to make rood Ida hid as the Court shall direct upon the confirmation in him of such sale, or afterwans. the Court may order a re-sale of the property a; ! the said bidder nhal! bo liable for all the expenses thereof and for ary deficiency of price realized thereon to tie extent of the payments thereto made by such bidder. (?) That in addition to the cash d? poalted uj,?n any bid at the -Irai of aalt aale ?s hereinbefore required, which shall be received nu a part of the purchase price, there phall al.so be paid in cash by the purchaser or purchasers, upon th-? confirmation of such ?ale, and from tlrr ? to time thereafter as the Court may direct, ? such further portion of the purchase prie* of. the property requisite to make all pay? ments heretinder, except upon the bond? used by such purchaser in making; pay? ments for the property purchaeed. All sums of money received by the Special Mastsr upon any such ?ale ahdll be turned over by him to the Clerk of the Court for deposit in tho registry of the Court <8) The Court reserve? the right to re - Ject any bid or bids and re-take and re - sell the property purchased, upon the fal - ? ure of any purchase' to comply with the terms of aale, or with any orders of the Court requiring payment, within thirty days aftei- the entry of such order In re? spect thereof. Bids for tho property when ?old here under must provide for a payment or pay? ments ?n cash of such sum or ?urns as the Court may deem sufficient to nv>et : (1) The payment of the costs and all expenses attendant ?pon the sal". Including the compensation or the .Special Maste. appolnteil to mane th? aale. (2) The payment of all charges, com pentatl?n, allowances, expenses and dis? bursements of Central Union Trust Com? pany of New York and Guaranty Trust Com ? pan y of New York, tho complainants, an I of their Solicitors and Counsel and of the Receiver heretofore appointed and of his (Solicitors and Counsel, and a!'. such other charges, allowances, compensation, ex? penses and disbursements of tie said par? ties to said cause and their Counsel, as the Court ehall order. (3) The payment of all taxes, assess? ments and other public charges which shall bo liens upon the property at the tima of sale prior to th<- lien Of either of the mortgages herein foreclosed, principal and Interest. In the event of the Instifflclency of the Sroceeds of sale of tho property directed to e sold, to pay in full the amo-ints herein directed to bo paid out of such proceeds f"r the purposes set forth In subdivision num? bered "(1), (2) and <;!>" last above, the Court reserves the right from time to time to require (he payment of such di'flclency by ^ the purchaser under said sale. In the event ^? of the failure or refusal of any such p'Jr- fjM chaser to pay such amount to leqiilrea t?> ?? be paid within thirty CiO? days after the ^ entry <?f the order requiring such payment, or in the event tho pur?-haser falls in aov other respect to comply with the term? of his bid, the Court reserves the right to re? take s ml re-sell the said property and ap? ply the proceeds of -lu-h re-snle to the pay? ment of the deficiency, rendering unto euch purchaser the surplus..-If any. The purchaser <>r purchasers at the ?ale may satisfy and mike good tho balance of his bid above tho sum or sums required to be paid in t-Hsh, In whoio or in part, by delivering to tho Special Master bonds duly certified. Issued and outstanding under the mortgage of tho defendant Ruilway Com? pany, dated January 1st, 1900, an 1 bonds of tho defendant Hallway Company duly certi? fied. Issued and outstanding under its mort? gage dated October 1st. 1302. and the cou? pon.? respectively appertaining to any of the aforesaid bonds, which said securities. Unless in negotiable form, payable to bearer, shall be duly endorsed and assigned In blank ; said bon?is and coupons will be re ceived by the special Master at such value to be determined by the Court upon the re? port of the .Special Master an would he? equivalent to the distributable amount Ihr? the holders thereof would be entitled to re? ceive! therefor from and out of the purohaae moneys In case the entire amount of the bid were paid In cash. Tho Special Master may, in his discretion. accept temporarily, instead of the actual de? livery to him of said bonds and coupons, the certificate of any bank or trutt company rat Is factory to him that It holds said bonds and coupons subject to the order of sail Special Master and will deliver tiem to him upon demand for cancellation or other all position. It is a condition of the sale of said property that th-3 purchaser, or purchasers, shall assume all pending uncompleted and not fully executed contracts made by the Receiver since hin appolntmen; for the op oration, maintenance an?! betterment of the property in tho hand?? of the R'-ceiver. The Receiver has been directed to file a statement with tho Clerk of tho Court and with the Special Master two weeks prior to tho time of saie. Said statement shaH show In such detail ns hs shall find practi? cable the principal Items of indebtedness, obligations and liabilities 3ontra?:ted or in? curred by hltri remaining unpaid under sll pending uncompleted and not iuly executed contracts, ?nd a list of the contructs to be assumed by the purchaser, or purchaser?. The statement so filed is advisory only and in no wiso constitutes a warrant/ and such statement will not constitute gro\?nd tor re? lease from any bid. because? of any omission therefrom or representations therein. Upon confirmation of sale anil payment of tho purchase price by the purchaser, or pur? chasers, and upon compliance by the pur? chaser, or purchasers, or his or their as? signs, with tho terms of sale and orders of Court made ami to be made in respect of the payments as in the decree provided, the Special Master will make, execute and de? liver to the purchaser, or purchasers, or to his or their assigns, a proper instrument, or instruments, of conveyance, assignment and transfer of the property so sold. In which instrument, or Instrument?, -th* Receiver under foreclosure heretofore appointed may join. _ Tho punmaser or purchasers receiving such instrument or instruments of conveyance, as Rlgnment or transfer from the Special Mas? ter, shall be Invested with, and ehall hold possession of and enjoy the said property conveyed, assigned or transferred thereby. Rnd all the estate, right, title ar?d Interests appertaining thereto, subject to the pro? visions of this decree, as fully and com? pletely as the ?r.id The Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek Tilstrlot Railway Company and the said Receiver now hold or enjoy, and have heretofore held and enjo'-ed the sam?. and the said purchaser or purchasers shall have, and be entitled to hold, the saht property so told, freed and discharged <?C anei from the lien of each and all of the mortgages foreclosed in and by this decree and of and from any and all ll-?ns arising out of any orders of the Court, or action of the Receiver herein, except a? otherwise ):i this decree specifically provided, and from any and all right, title, interest and claim of The Colorado Springs and Cr-pple Creek District Railway Company, its stockholder?, creditors and Receiver, and of any and all parties to this cause ana to either/ of the causes consolidated herein, and of any and all persons claiming by, through or under them, or any of thom, except as herelnabov? In this decree to the- contrary provided. Tho Special Master has tho power to ad? journ said sale, from time to time, to a future day by oral announcement at the time appointed for the sale, without preju? dice to the notice of the sale, and without the neoesslty of puhllshtng any further no? tice, but the Specte.1 Master may, notwith? standing, give such notice by publication or otherwise, as he shall think fit. For other particulars reference is mads to the aald decree of foreclosure and order Of sale heretnabove ref?;rred to and Incorporated Herein by this reference. IVOR O. WINQREN. Special Master, 703 Sym?s Building, Dauvsr, Colorado. Dated August 2?. im.