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???agonal Decline
In Production of
Autos at Detroit
y^s of Low-Priced Cor?,
Jfowevcr, Are Taxing Far*
I -?ry Capacity * Closed Mod?
' ^'increasingly Popular
abetal iilspat?"'? to TH,? rrlBun?
?fi-EOlT, Oct. C. ? Production of
-S?-jes in Detroit factories il. Sdp
"?"Se ?nffered considerable deereat??'
W*\ j tf) Amr-i"* ?">' enrht?? month?;
?^'tfear but in the opinion of sal?**
WSslTa the decline was only such
^?l'.iral conditions would indue?,
"?JK-ia with o lack of buyii'S from
NRmm ManufKcturinft was fairlv
J**.' b'.-t-ter, in practically til!
???*???' , jt I? expected that ?ptrn
*?**u' ,, be continued on about thi?
?^ f?r the ?es-? of *???* !"????' except
w\: few fin?! weeks.
HrShi7n industrial district* con
?tr!to come in .ufflet-mt volume to I
Sent this assumption executive, do- !
*?* inA Sh?lild tho fat mer bu en-i
Ai e??? Sito the market ? little
**' . r?umption of heavy schedules j
?*??? st-IOrced. The creation of hew ?
^??r 'in automobiles by reductions
*???.?? and the refinement and im- ?
*?? '*"' ?. of bodies and chftisifi hfiVe ?
?""Tto be a*determining facto.- In j
-"? J-r-?? bums into the immedi- :
r?r*ho Wight otherwise havo
Stirred tb-ir H***-*?*8*
Low-Prictd Cars in Demand
??Wit* of cars I? the lowest-priced j
f.M'% tart**-* ?actor-y Cf-?ad2'?4S?Ld
Jom? ?Utinteeturer* In the middle- ;
?? .j fi#ld are likewise enjoying it?e- ;
??iXs?, but the majority of j
ortl W?11"^ H.;er das-? ?ro on eon- ?
/S#Sb? redt?ed eehedule?. Ma-n?~ !
! , ?f h"ticr grids earn at-0 con ;
-I f the early ye? ?>???? "ftve out'
At ??rtX???J to entry thl-m !
?AhA??6* ******* oe
' g? coun.ed upon by severr.1 ,
10 i ? in this class to furni?h the :
^?U.? of the y?af. I
Indeed car snows in many impor- j
?tant c/tics of ?ne country at this time i
are expected to result in n steady fiov/ :
of ortiers to the- factories find may
furnish suffleient impetus to keep 1hi.<*i
firss on an even keel until the first o? ;
the yesr. The approach of the fnli
season has emphasized the |iOp*UlarHy
<?'e!o?ctl cars more strongly than ever
?.;?d probably heralds the complete
domination of the market by this typo (
ai vehicle in the coming year.
Exp?riences of dealers in many soc- ?
lion? of the country show m';ny ft??t :
ear owners coming into the market* the ?
proportion of sales in some cities bc-ir?**
less than 50 per cent in which the j
trade-in of a former car was Involved.
!r. some of these cases owners arc buy- |
fnj; an additional car and some hnvo j
disposed of former cars before buying,
but in many cases the purchases rep- :
resent the first car owned. Dealer? j
ktM taken a conservative attitude on j
the used car question, and as a resuit j
factory officials are not anticipating n i
carious recurrence of the usual prob- j
lern?
Hundreds of person;- in all parts of
fib country are besiegitig factory sal? ? :
??xecutives with applications for dealer- :
?hips In their respectivo district-*, j
There is a special desire for agencies !
in the low-priced lines, and many deal- |
ers in other lines will couple up with !
low-priced ones in 1923, As this ck> |
?rand comes from all parts of the coun- :
try it is a pood indication of the prob- ;
able demand for cars in this class next '
Tear.
Good Prospects for lr2'?
Preparations for manufacturers in 1
this line for volume production in 1923 :
would indicate that there will be an |
outpu; closely approximating 9,000 a ?
4v-, Many of these cars will go to |
fcreign countries, but the majority !
mus', find their market in the United j
States?. Sales departments are lining '
My their forces to insure the dispesi- j
lion of output on a scale to warrant
cspsc?f operations and low prie.1 |
level-. Developments in this field \
promise to be a feature of the year's ?
business.
Truck business continues somewhat !
st'/Mated, but there are indications of j
rapid development late in tho year and j
in the early spring. The farm market |
for trucks will probably be larger at i
that time than at any previous time, I
and general business brightening will
bring an industrial demand that has |
T>een deferred now for nearly two year-s I
and which has reached a point where j
former equipment is near to the scrap- j
P'ng point.
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Start Work on INew Pipe Line i
,-' The Producers and Refiners Corpo- j
tat:on has started work on a pipe line j
from its Wyoming properties" to Fort
Steele, on the Union Pacific Railway. '
rjrt which point it will construit a re? !
finery with ample storage capacity to j
care for its production in that state. '
It is also contemplated to extend this
line to Omaha, where the cottjjany ex- !
recU to build an additional lefincry ?
to care for its growing distribution in '
that territory. The announcement
States that W yoming is rapidly becom- I
ing one of the most important oil tor- .
ritones in the United State?.. Pro- !
?Ulcers itnd Refiners owns lar?-?? tracts,
all of which are to be connected by
pipe lines. i
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Estate .Sella in Third Ave.
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the estate of Simon Rosenblatt, Bank- '
ers Trust Company, trustee, 26(5 to 270 >
lhird Avenue, three three-story build- !
im and stores, to Sol Freidus and :
??orris Steinberg.
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Julius M. Barnes Defend?
Future Trading in Grain
Al?? Favors the Appointment
? a "Judge Lundi?'* of
?* Industry
Th? Ihqultjr of th? F?d*ral Trade
Commj?Bion fett? tho r-auS.s V
i?, mil_U l?SMB ?cxt T?*>^ey. ?t was
announced last night. Julius H. Barnes,
?-??J CO'-poi-aticin. was the principal
f_.__*!',SJ ?*M1 th* Mmmlaaion at the
Federal Buildm?; yesterday,
aMr. Barnes *j>?v0 a detailed analvsls
or market conditions from the re?
sumption of prahi trading on an un?
restricted basis in Ju!*'. 1920, to the
present time. He defended futuro
trading and declared that it Wan a
necessary insurant, service for mill?
ers and merchants. He unid, he be?
lieved that the creation of a position
in the pi'ftln hlddatfj* analogous to
that held by Jhd?je Lftn?lS in baseball
would be of fire-it benefit to every one
concerned. Batn.i was cf the opinion,
however, that a man appointed t.t such
a position would have to br- entifelv
u?lSB-jociatcd with grain trading.
V.?'rs?rrrt Pacifie K. R. Corp'n
She, ?s 9 Cents on Common
The first ? fin uni report of the West?
ern Pc-elfic R? it rend Corporation, which
owns all the stock of the Wester?
Pac'fic Raihoa?) Company, watt made
publie yesterday, it showed net in?
come of 11,616,117 aft-r all charges and
tii?tes, and a rtlfpl?s nf $'4,032, or about
9 cents ft share ?ft the eommen stock
after allowance fer dividends on the
preferred. ?he balance s'*eet revea'ed
tv'tal assets of S33,3OO.O!?01 consisiiii
mainly of Sf*eut'iti?'fi, tncl-idi'*.* S.17.1S1.
900 of Western Pacific Railway first
l'iortira-re bend?*. Th?f? w*:* ft WOfltifpf
?apjttli SUPa-lua of ilO.703.ono and a
profit and loss surplus of $834,03.*
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Park Row Store Space Lcr..v<!
For ?'M-.tI a Separe F??|
Herrv .Shapiro L\ Ce. leased a store
at 84 Park Pnw to M. Rosenthnl, jew?
eler, ?t a ?rosa rental of 576,000, which
is at the re.te of $46 a square foot.
Spenr & Co. leased offices at 1140
Broadway to Ab-aham Phillips, Joseph
B?Cn & Co. and Nat BaSs Company; at
1125 Broadway to Nathan Bloom, at
?flfl Broad way to P.arnet Moss & Soiv
at f.?! Broadway to the Chain Knitting
Milis, the sixth floer at 6?4 Broome
Street to Jacob Kass _? Co., and the
fourth floor at 84 West Thirty-seventh
Street to Ivel Process Company.
A. A. H ftp-em an leased a store at (?80
Sixth Avenue to May Brandstein, of?
fices rt ?368-664 Seventh Avenue to Al?
bert Capo7.?.i and Morris M. Kaiplo
man. a loft at 50 West Thirtieth
Street to Venice Art Company, and the
itpper floors at 1438 Second Avenue to
John Shaeckel, an office at 60 West
Thiity-seventh Street to J. Solomon.
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Large Plot on Easi Side
Bought for Garage Site
Tho Garago Realty Company and
Joseph P. Day, Inc., sold for the
Standard Gas Light Company to the
American Yellow Taxi Operators, Inc.,
a plot on the north side of Thirty
second Street, between First Avenue
and the East River, for $100,000. This
property has been in the possession of
the Standard Gas Light Company for
vhuty-five years. The American Yellow
Taxi* Company intends to erect a one
story g;,rago on the site. The sasne
company leased for the Leindorf Motor
Sales Corporation to the Fay Taxicabs,
Inc., a one-story garage, 200x100, run
Piny through "from >3Cth to 137th
Street, between Madison and Fifth
Aver.ueft, for fifteen years, at an aggre
gftt. rental of approximately $_0?,000.
15 Five-Story Harlem Flats
Leased for ,9633,117
The Northern Holding Corporation
leased for five years the fifteen five
story apartment houses at G02 to 010,
014 'to 022 and 609 to 61? West l35th
Street, between Broadway and River?
side Drive. The houses at 616-622 were
taken from Joseph Shenk at $85,263.32
per annum, and the remainder from
the Ardsmore Estates, Inc., at $91,
360 a yaar. The total rental for the
term is $633,117.
Three A&tor Dwellings
In West 46th Street Sold
The Astor property at 313 to 817
West Forty-sixth Street, consisting of
three three-story dwellings, 60x100.5,
has been sold by the Farmers' Loan
and Trust Company, as trustee, to Ja?
cob Mattern. Ashforth & Co. were the
brokers.
at
Rentals of Apartment Suites
Pease & Elliman have leased apart?
ments at 67 Park Avenue to Ralph II.
Steiger, E. D. Kilburn nnd to Mrs.
W.'ldine Van Leer; 1075 Park Avenue
to Dr. R. C. Myles; 122 East Fifty-first
Street to Sir William Wiseman; 171
West Fifty-seventh Street to J. O.
Hedges and to A. at. Israel; 116 East
Eighty-second Street, to Mrs. H, Inger
soll and to M. B. Rascovich; 35 East
Eighty-fourth Street to Paul J. Baum
garte? and 4 East Eighty-eighth Street
to Webster C. Estes, Edward D. Self
and to MiSs Grace E. Barton.
Seaman and Pendergast leased an
apartment at 020 Fifth Aenue to Mrs.
Vernori M. Per.body. -
Hamilton Iselin & Co., leased a fur?
nished apartment at 81 Irlng Place, to
Claude Cartledge.
Recent Buyers of Realty
Joseph Pitman "is the purchaser of
the five-story warehouse property at 13
to 17 Front Street, recently sold
through Childs & Humphries. The
building will be extensively altered for
use as a garage. Other purchasers of
properties seid recently are: August
Anderson, of 107 West Fifty-first
Street; Leo J. B?chmann. of 121 West
Ninetieth Street; Louis Periditsch, of
619 East 131th Street; John T. Scanlon
jr., of 3142 Perry Avenue; William C.
Baker, of 1094 Franklin Avenue, and
Frank Jankowski, of 280 East 135th
Street.
Vincent Astor Gets $225,000
Loan and Tall Apartment
William Vincent Astor has procured
from the Bank for Savings a loan of
$225,000 on the seventeen-story apart?
ment at the northeast corner of Park ;
Avenue and Seventy-ninth street,1
102.2x85, at 5 per cent interest. The !
loan is an equal Hen with a prior |
mortgage of $525,000 on the property.
Frank L. Fisher Company has placed
a first mortgage loan with the Lawyers !
Title and Trust Company for $36,000
?n the five-story apartment at 6ti>
West 134th ?treet.
Ina Claire Rents Pelham House I
Prince & Ripley rented for Miss Ina ]
Claire her home on Elderwood Ave- ]
nue, Pelham Heights, Pelham, N. Y., !
to C. E. Frost, of this city.
Chauncey B. Griffen rented for Mrs. I
Ella V. Eveland her Colonial home on
Claremcnt Avenue, in the Creenacres I
tract at Hartsdale, to Harry O. H?yt. ?
for two years.
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Hunt*s Point Branch for iBank
J. Clark Davies, Inc., leased to the
Public National Bank for Its Hunt's
Point branch a large store its ttew
building at 940 Southern Boulevard,
iust north of the Hunt's Point subway
station at 163d Street.
Home for Kappa Nu Fraternity
Shaw, Roektvell & Sanford have
leased for Mrs. A. ?. Peck 2256 An?
drews Avenue to the Kappa Nu Frater?
nity.
Real Estate News
Broad Street
Building for
Telephone Co.
_
j International Corp'n Leases
Six-Story Office Strut
Utre, With Immediate
Possession, for 21 Years
The Broad Exchange Company leased
j to the International Telophohenndf ek>
j graph Corporation, Colonel Soothencs
I Behn president, tho parent company
(. Iho Culan Telephone Company,
' Porto Rica Telephone Cor.ipr.ny and
' Uruguayan Telephone Company and
? Lad.o Corpoiation of Cuba and Porto
Rico, the six-story oint? bt'ildlhi at
'41 Broad Street, 61*111- .for twenty
?**? years, with Immediate possession.
Tiiis lease is interesting as thts
section has become the center for
| companies of rapid communication. in
i the immediato section and vicinity are
already the homes of the Western
?union TH-: graph Company, the French
| Telegraph Gable Company, tho Com
j mer.ie.l Cable Company, the AU
?AM.Hca Cables, Radio Corporation of
America and a branch of the New
j York Telephone Company. The prop
: erty which the Broad Exchange Com ?
I pany hftg biased if) part of an entire I
j ?lot of over .0,0. square feet owned!
i By th?1 Broad EKch?ng. Company and!
? the Alliance Renltv Company. Brown, I
j Whe?loclt-HafHs, Vought & Co., Inc.,
?were the brokers in the trnnaactio**
; The building will be known as the in-j
I tefnational Telephone Building. Bab
I bage ft Panders, attorneys- repre
I sentod the Broad Exchange? Company, ?
j and Stetson, Jennings & Russell, ai- I
| to*._:*.:*ys, represented the International
j Telephone Company.
Passing of Westchester
Country Qub Property
Win Be Divided Into 3.-?O Plots
and Disposed Of ut
Auction To-day
The Westchester Country Club
' pron?->3ty will be sold to-day at auction
i on the premises by Bryan L. Kennolly, ?
Inc. It is one ef the finest pieoes of|
! vac'.-.nt property that has been offered I
! in years. The old club restrictions are '
i off nnd moderate restrictions have
been put on the property to insure I
people who desire to build homes that
? the neighborhood will not be spoiled.
Tho property is restricted to houses
! to cost not less th?h $5,000 nnd tho
? waterfront property is restricted to
houses to cost not less than $7,500.
The grounds, upon which hundreds j
of thousands of dollars have been I
spent in development, will bo sold to
the highest bidder without reserve. It|
is seldom that a piece of waterfront
property with all the advantages that,
this has is offered at practically an un?
restricted salo.
Mr. Kennelly says that never in the
history of his firm has he had the
pleasure of offering property so well
developed. It has macadam streets,
trees, sewers nnd the use of tho coufi
, try club dock for all time for bathing
and boating as a privilege that goes
i with each lot.
; Buyer to Alter Dwellings
In West 70th Street
! Will Occupy Houses After
Changes; Sales of Homes
on East Side
Mi H. Gaillard & Co. sold for Everett
Jacobs two three-story and basement
high scoop -?.veilings, 3?5-7 Seventieth
? Street, 42x100. The purchasers will
j occupy both houses after alterations,
I The property was held at $50,000.
I Jessamine C. January sold to Bar
i barft Castletoh the foUr-story dwelling
?at 202 East Sixty-first Street, 17x60.5.
James Dillon sold to Agnes ColcmArt
! the two-story dwelling at 19 Marblf
Hill Avenue, 60x100.
Fnnnle Frieberger sold to th* Mar
I 1er Realty Comoany the three-story
i dwelling at 32 West 119th Street, 17.6x
! ioo.il.
Jerc J. McCarthy sold to Percival ?.
Nagle the three-story dwelling at 161
East 124th Street, 17.2x100.11.
Marguerite Perkins sold to Anna
Sehuter the three-story dwelling at 123
, East 12Sth Street, 16x99.11.
The South Gate Corporation sold to
i Mary Boddie the four-story dwelling
I at 45 "West 130th Street, 20x100.11.
Charles A. Du Bois resold for Dr.
Charles B. Petrio the three-story
' dwelling, 91 Audubon Avenue, 16.8x05.
Cammann, Vorheea & Floyd have
1 sold for the Williams-Dexter Company,
210 West Tenth Street a three-story
j house, 21x51.
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Loans on Bronx Flats
The Title Guarantee & Trust Co. has
' made a first mortgage loan to William
' J. Diamond of $135,000 on the new
! five-story flat on the west side of Grand
I Boulevard and Concourse, 250 feet
! north of 190th Street, at 6ft per cent
? for five years, and 8115,000 and $106,
i 000 to the Boston Road Construct-in
' Company on tho two apartments at the
] northwest corner of Boston Road and
Charlotte Street for five years at 5?.
per cent.
Demand for L. ?. C. Space
The Roman-Callman Company have
rented space in the loft building con
, taining 80,000 square feet just finished
? by the Long Island Loft Corporation
! on Van Alst Avertue, near the Q?eens
b?ro Bridge Plaza, Lohg Island City, to
the Dragon Paper Company, Criterion
I Paper Company, Lube Toy Corporation,
; Utility Can Co., A. B. Meuns, Inc.,
I Simon Ackerman end Duffy-K?ufmah
1 Company, which completes the renting
! of this building. _
! Westchester Realty Men Meet
The New Rochelle Chapter of the
Westchester Real Estate Board of
i Brokers held its first full '"f-ting of
! the season at the New R??helle Yacht
i Club last week. Mayor Scott and
1 Steven L. Angel?, president of the
Westchester b-.afd, were among the
speakers. About orte hundred real es?
tate men from all parts of Westchester
' County attended.
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Building Near !5th Ave. Sold
William B. Osgood Field has bought
from Charles A? Munn the six-story
building at . West Thirty-fifth Street,
18.9x98.9, near Fifth Avenue.
Frank Vassalo sold to Charles and
Pi^ra Enea the three-st?ry building,
with store, at 403 Ninth Aveillie, 63*
20.6. .
Purchases Plot at Malba
Malba Estate Corporation, thfo?gh
Champ & D?sey, sales directors, sold
at Malba-on-the-Sound, L. I., to ?. C.
Smith, manager of Caimegie Hail, a
large plot on Center DfiVe, <?pp*-iste
the Malba Country Club and adjoining
the resld?hce recently purchased b*
Mr. Smith from Grover Trumbull.
? '" ??. ?i i... - ? ???"
g.350,000 Loan on Piarte Plant
William Henry Bafnufti & Co. made
a first mortgage of $860,000 on the land
and modem plant of the Aeromarin?
Plane & Motor Company at Keyport,
N. 3. The loan was negotiated by
Lawr.nee, Blake ?*_? JewelL
Market Continues Strong
For Realty in Bronx
Thomas Lehnane Estete Sells
Third Aye. Corner Houses
Held at $100,000
Leh nne to the Subbins Realty Com?
RV V*?^."81 corno*' ?i 146th
Street nnd Third Avenue, three brick
building?, 88*135, hold ?t'$ 100,000 Mr
li ? Un? J?]?.. 7?*?-0fi. d? the weal
tu StrFot? ho,d ?t 175,000.
*?*?$*U? ?**?01* r?8old t0 William J.
Tompkins tho nix-story apartment
W?ZL ?! ti:(? ft?th-'?"-t corner of
??????? Avenue und 197th ?Street, 76.2x
92x irregular.
tJ,\s ?i Vt}lon Avenue Corporation
I ?hiL???r,e" Hoeht thl" -"l-<-?tory
S??s$! nt n02 Uhiott Avi,nuo'
I ?IS,Io7u" l10""" 8old ^o Dnr'- Uehtcn
i ?iS*n ,\ , fivc-*tory apartment hjusa nt
11(35 Union Avenue, 43.7x91.}x irretru
lar,
Peter Frees jr. sold to Charles Rein?
hardt the rive story flathouse at 479
East 144th Sti'eet, 25x99.0.
EllKAbeth M. Kervan sold to William
; ?V8J"b"*"oui*h the fnur-storv tlathouso
nt ?157 \\ 11 i i s Avenue, 24.9x70.
The Pierre &? (?olden Company sold
; for J. Rehwt.rU the five-story apart
i ment house, 60?.'00, accommodating
twenty-five families, at 15.11 Southern
: Boulevard.
?Isidore Monnstersky sold to Kaiman
Marras tho four-story flathous?.- at the
northwest corner of Washington Ave?
nue nnd 185th Street, 28x91.
t Charles Klapow sold to Herman
Holet the four-story apaninen-* houso
at 2082 and 2084 Vyio Avenue, 3.1x114.1
x irregular.
Peter Frees jr. sold to Dicdrich Eg
??ors the five-stnry apartment house at
3CS East 150th Street, ?i7.6x90.2x ir?
regular.
Philip Hetmftn sold to Aaron Shed
iow the four-story flathouse at the
northwest corner of Washington Ave?
nue and 173d Street, 90x25.
J. F. Bohler sold to the Felcdben
Realty Corporation the five-story
apartment house at 876 nnd 878 East
180th Street, 50x133.
Richard Dickson, sold for Francis
Weeks and John Osea Ball, trustees
under the lntest will of Dewitt C.
Weeks, 1244 to 1250 Franklin Avenue.
93x185, improved with three one-family
houses. The buyer will make immedi?
ate alterations. Mr. Dickson with F.
M. Weiss ?fc Co. sold for tho Schwert
hoffer estate 860 East 162d Street, a
two-family dwelling.
Mary F. McLaughlin sold to Anna
Falls the two-story dwelling at 1436
Jessup Avenue, 25x115.
Andrew Dusch sold to John B. Mar
bach the two-story dwelling r.t 1326
Teller Avenue, 16.8x82.lOx irregular.
Alexander Selkin-Winfred M. Stern
sold for Ida Brafttman the three-fam?
ily dwelling, 18x100, at 864 East 165th
Street.
Alice V. McLaughlin sold to Louis
Pnrlapiano the three-story dwelling at
243 East 150th Street, 25x118.5.
George R, Bates sold to Harry Del
venthal the stables and dwelling at 295
to 301 East 141st Street, 105x100.
Margaret Knabe sold to Joseph
Prensky the two-r.tory building and
stables (at 790 East 151st Street, 25x
87.6.
Tho Rickphy Operating Company
Bold to tho Femma Realtv Company the
frame building:? at 2384 to 2390 Jerome
Avenue, lOOxlOOx irregular.
Louis J. Sokal sold to tho Thira
Realty Company the property., 70.2x
100, at the northeast corner of Walton
Avenue and 184th Street.
William J. Diamond sold to the
Olelner Realty Corporation the prop?
erty, 53.9x126, at 1208 Fulton Avenue.
?
Sale of Garage Now Going
Up on Bronx Block Front
J. Clarence Davies, inc., sold for
the Niewenhous Company, Inc., to
George Schmitt & Co. tho two-story
garage, 61x194, in course of construc?
tion on the north sido of 160th Street,
block front from Park to Courtlandt
Avenue
William J. Gabel has sold for the
estate of Michael Murt?gh a lot on the
west side of Grand Concourse, 75 feet
north of 104th Street. This Is the fir3t
sale of this property in thirty years.
Tho Estates of Post-Academy, Inc.,
conveyed to tho National Realty Com?
pany the property, 160x100, on the
west side of Academy Street, 100 feet
south of Post Avenue.
?,ii ? ' ??" ?
Large Plot at St. Nicholas
Avenue Corner Sold
The Elkhorn Realty Company sold
the vacant plot at the northeast corner
of St. Nicholas and Fort George ave?
nues, with a frontage on St. Nicholas
Avehue of 687 feet and on Fort George
Avenue of 611 feet and a depth at the
northerly end of 147.6 feet, to the
Agreeable Realty Company, Bernard
London, president. David Stewart nnd
the Crulkshank Company were the
brokers.
$175,000 Flat for Bronx
Plans have been filed for the erec?
tion of ? five-story apartment with
ht?ros at the southwest corner of Bos?
ton Road and 167th Street, 100x100, by
the H. & J. Realty Corporation, Jacob
Glass president. Spritigstcin & Gold
hamnier. architects, estimate the cost
at $175(000.
' 4M
East Side Dwellings Leased
W?rthington Whitehouse, Inc., has
rented furnished for Robert P. Bfeese
the remodeled dwelling at 249 East
Sixty-first Street.
Hamilton Iselin A Co. has leased
for Sterling Foote his furnished house
at 163 East Sixty-second Street to
Sampson Smith.
Flat for Manhattan Avenue
Abraham Polsteln, son of Joseph Pol
stein, builder, purchased the plot, lOOx
103, nt the southeast corner of 116th
Street and Manhattan Avenue, and with
his brother, Herman Polstcin, will erect
A six-story elevator apartment, con?
taining f?uf and five f?otn suites.
-1?, , ?.?..,,
Stores for Trentont Ave.
Harold L. Lewis leased for th? L.
Napoleon Levy estate the northwest
cOr?er of Tr?mont ahd Arthur ave?
nues, 100x120. llio property Is directly
opposite the Bronx Borough Hall. The
le?see will improve the site with ft
two-story building with store.*.
a???i?i-?
$238,000 Rental for Garage
Harry Cahrt leased the recently com?
pleted two-story garage at the north?
east corner of Bergeh Avenue and 153d
Street for ftfteeh years at the aggre?
S?te rental of $288,000 to the Montauk
iai-ag? Realty Corporation. The 3H
verman Exchange negotiated the lease.
Another Active Day
Of Trading in
Apartment Houses
Operator Sells Sludor Court
North, on St. Nicholas Av.
Corner; Many Tenements
on the East Side Sold
Joseph Shenk sold to a client of
Cooper & Cohn the six-story elevatot'
apartment known a? Studof Court
North at B8 West 177th Street, south?
east corner of St. Nicholas Avenue,
100x100. The structure was held ?t
$350,000.
Moses A. Kuh purchased from the
400 Manhattan Avenue Corporation the
Ensenada, at r.21 and !"?23 West 148d
Street, a six-story elevator apartment,
70.10x100. held nt $115,000. J. C. Hough
<$: Co. were the brokers.
Henry J. Lange sold to Elizabeth ?.
Reed the five-story fiat at 708 West
End Avenue, 20x100.
Harry Geier sold to George Shapiro
tho two five-story tenements nt 1761
and 3763 Madison Avenue, 60x82.11.
John Peters sold for the tr?stceB of
the Sustentation Fund of the Reformed
Episcopal Church to Allen B. Bandera?
jr. 168 East 100th Street, a five-story
flat, 25x100.
Mollle Levit sold to Pincus Roth
berg tho foUr-story tenement ftt the
southeast corner of Third Avenue and
Seventy-seventh Street, 25.6x75.
Percival E. Nagle Bold to Lcha Bakst
the two five-story tenements at 310 ahd
312 East 119th Street, 40x100.11
Ernest T. Bower sold for Thomas
Scholes the five-story flat with stores
at 2554 Eighth Avenue, 26x88.
Bernard A. Ottenberg Bold to L.
Lutrin 1402 Second Avenue, southeast
corner of Seventy-third Street, a five
story tenement, 28x86.
Harry Whelnn sold to Julius Ledflfer
the five-story flat at 149. Avenue A,
25x75.
The Eastern American Chain Com?
pany sold to John Mills the five-story
tenement nt the northeast corner of
Tenth Avenue and Fortieth Street, lOOx
29.4x irregular.
Theresa Melchior sold to GUS and
Mario ?. Hoffman the five-story tene?
ment at 1783 First Avenue, 26*70.
Lina Brody sold to the A. & J. H.
Morris the five-story flat at 348 East
120th Street. 25x100.11.
The Dormond Realty Company sold
to the Improved Tenements Company
the five-story tene3nent at the north?
west corner of First Avenue and Nine?
ty-seventh Street, 25.8x80.
The Cruikshank Company sold for
the Gerry Estates, Inc., to Henry Sic?
her the four-story tenement at 1120
Third Avenue, 20x65.
Walter Hurst sold to Henry A. Bu
eholz the four-story tenement at 137
Avenue B, 20.6x75.
John A. Weekes Sold to Frank Mat
teso the two four-story tenements at
35 and 37 Cherry Street, 34x76.4.
? . i _ i. ,i ., ?.,,
Loft in East 10th St. Sold
William D. Kilpatriek sold t? H. E,
Raymond the eight-story loft building
with stores at 31 East Tenth Street,
44.5x94.9,
tiKAl, KSYATK?ftAr.? OH ?EXT
Brooklyn
RKALTY~ARr?CIA_*KB
"nulWer* of 000 Ea?y HoiifiPkeeplnir H-tne*"
163 liem-ten Ht., Brooklyn
<t_*?ii
frL?S?WB ? SACRIFICE DESIRABLE
fJ-nmn dwelling, thirteen rooms, hu?
baths, parquet floor's, copper screens tor
porch and Windows, two-car garage, tine
shrubbery, excellent neighborhood, corner
plot, easy terms, might take lots, second
mortgage, or small property lrt part ptl.v
?sent. HAMILTON, Owner, .13 South Tar?
ons avenue, Flushing.
Wrttchef-tet?
PW.HAMt-AI tractive white Colonial, 8
Inrgo room?, nun porch, hot water heat;
2-car garage; \efy large plot. Bargain,
$17,600.
At URCHMON'T?Lovelv new 6-room
h jaso of artistic design; quick Sale, $11,0(10.
OLCOTT ft B?OBR,
51 E. 42d at. T?t. Murray Bill SS2C.
MAMARONECk ESTATE?ORII-N'TA Po?r*f*?
Corn, Beach and Walton AveS., 14 rooms and
4 baths; garage for 3 c-Ars, with three room*
nnd bath ; 1 acre pariccd. At auction next
Tuesday, Oct. 10th, nt no?n, 14 Vcsey fit.
Open for Inspection.
M. MOUOENTItAU JR. CO.,
130 W 42d Bt.. Tel. Bry. 64.6.
7-R?OM Colonial house, all improvements ;
corner plot, lOOxiflO ; garage; 10 minutes
to train and trolley; 16 rninutei to By?
Beach; price $12,000. A. L, PHILLIPS A
SON, owners ahd builders, 3d and ll?niy sts.,
HarrlHon, N. ir.
New ?otaot
FREE list or houses for sale nnd rent.
Write VAN* WINKLE CO.. Rutherford.N.J.
kfldM?*.
FLORIDA HOME?MODERN SEVEN
room house; quick sale, $3,000. PhrtleU*
Inrs twldress Hi B. BELL, US GroVo ?t.,
Charleston, S. C.
APARTMENTS TO LKt??NF?niVlSIlRt?
Manhattan
67TI? ST., 137 EAST. COR. LEXINGTON?
3 ROOMS. BATH, ALI, IMPROVEMENTS;
$1,-00 PEU ANNl'M. INQUIRE B. KA3SI
WIT7!. PORTLAND* 2027.
?7TH ST? -36 We_t^-Exceptl<M*i.Ily Will
arranged ap?ttrrtimt, 2 or 3 rooms, rental
$100 and more. Stipt. ?r
jSi. morgentHau in. en.,
130 West 42d St. 64?. Bryattt.
CENTRAL PARk WEST, 472-=-* rtjl light
rooms, bath, 2 toilets. $125. S?? Stlpt. In
basement 471 or Goodwin A Goodwin, ?"
Lenox ave.
CENTRAL PARK WEST, 471?Cottier apart?
ment, $ room?, large patttfj' and hilth ; will
be redceprated throughout | rent $160. Bunt.
Ih basement or Goodwin & Goodwin, 200
Lenox ave.
MA?HS0N AVE.. 1.11. CORNER S.?T.H BT.?
ELEVATOR APARTMENT. 9 ROOMS, ?
BATHS; IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. 1N
Ql'lftE B. KASBIWlTiZ. TELEPHONE
C??lTLANDT 29.?._
fl ROOMS, sublet unfurnished ; h?ve . ye_tr*'
lease. Must leave town at Once. Rent
?160. will rent fot $138. AI) fr?rtt foofii?,
Mornlngsid? Drive, hear Columbia Uhtv-f?
sity. Phone Wiidsworth -???. Extension 1.
IfrOOMy?
lo^o WESTMINSTER rOaO, c?rner Cat?n
Ave at Prospect Park, 17 minutes from
rtnnncl-l -lBtrict* Win class resld_ntl?l
neighborhood, two rtiod?rn npattmept build?
ings just completed, suites of 5 ahd ? large
outside rooms with seven and ?w?r elo??t*.
?california Bungalow Apartments"?S??nd
nroofed?perfect appointment. Decorations
to sillt tenant. Church AV?. Expr&.a Station
I?. B. T. Runway.
4~AN_> & P.bOM housekseptntv apartment?.
ftt 68, 7ft and 72 ColUmblA H*!*rht*. 6V-?
looki?g harbor; OP?n RrfBWt?, root ?jrftr
dtn and all improvement?' ftg?f4-?uf'?'?_V
supt. on premise?, or cHAUMCET HEAL
ESTATE CQ., Ltd., 1S? Montagu. At.,
Brooklyn. Phun? Main 4300.
N>w .l>rw?"ir
NEW APARTMENT?? room.*, bath, lifts,
elect rlcltv, steam; hardwood (loots ; $70
monthly. "See Van Winkle Co., -pp. ?tU-,
R?therford, N. J.
.fc?
ewlers?y
Ss4i& ci?fit?N?:
LYNllHt'KST
0>T?A' $6,300??.yndtiiiri't, beautiful house.
6 rooms, bath, all modern lmproVdmehte;
Karaite, chicken house: larf,?* 1*1<*M. near
station; easy ierm?. El'WARD XEEt-fcX,
1?35 I'??.-1tiu sL, Brooklyn. Phone beeatuf
4724.
rAtlHAftIS
OTfK-lTAMItT H?fSE, 9 root-in, large at?
tic: all linpfbvernsritB- ?rao?! cellar.
THOMAS I.1KC?, 30S CourUarltl st., at
i'iillsade ave.
tmwaam?????
UiA)OMFIKI_U
?EVEN-ROOM HOI SK, <*ohip!??te In *)!
mci'Ieril appointments; ?*Ofavenl**Bt to all
triiiispai-tathin; price $*,600. ItOTI) A TER
111 NE, INC.. S3 Washington st. Telephone.
639 Bloiiinfleld.
HACRKiVSACK
ATTRA?TlVK?-Tf Jff'RNlSHBD HOME for
rent In Hackendaek, N. J., 0 large rooms,
all modern improvements; In _el<*e.t neigh
b.irh.iiMl; nice I?ro.nd?; i'DriVtrltetit to stfc
tlon and trolley. Phone Hatckehsack 1634
at Wtlt. D 103, TM.Uri..
:M$?$*^:mMmmLn.m,: j A^*i*--n*?<tf4 ?OH SALE OR TO M3T I, APAimiKWi* rot? ?AIE ?r ?o Mfrf
tin ??(???
Social ?nd B?sifi?*
References Reesulfeet
Tchi.ru Owner.hlp rim?
Liberal Trtmt
Coif Liri-t* opposite Jackson Heights New Carden Aparimenh
New Elevator Garden Apartments
Jackson Heights
5 to 7 Rooms
2 to 4 Baths
Larger suites arranged
22 Minutes from 4?rwl St. Subway Station
GOLF, TENNIS, CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUNDS, CARDENS, ETC.
The Quccnsboto Corporation ',''0,/?'."'"' 50 Hnsr 42d St.
Subway to Grand Central, transfer to Quccnsboro Subway (Corona Line) to 25tlj St. (Jnckjon Heights) Station.
?y Motor?59th via Quroniboro Btid??s, J.ickson Avc. to 2:th St.
?V/iiiiVM
DNFt'RNlS.SKD APARTMENT!. TO LET
24We$t 59th Street
Facing Cintrai Park
Apartment! of
2 to 6 Rooms
i to 2 Baths
$1500 to $6000
Restaurant oft Premises
Arrangements can be
made for maid servie...
340 M?fJi?on Avenue. N.Y.-Ttl.Murr?yHill620.
____-__=
30 EAST 68TH ST.
2 to 4 Rooms, 1 Bath
$1,000 to $2,000
AUo studio with bath?$1.800.
710 MADISON AVE.
2 (looms and Bath
$800 to $1,000.
PEASE & ELLIMAN
240 Madison Ave. Murray Hill 6306.
835 Riverside Drive
North of 16ith St. Elevator House.
Ideal location, beautiful views.
3-4-5-6 Rooms
APPLT ?F-f-GE ON PREMISES
Rrnnx
READY FOR OCCUPANCY
New High Class W-1--Ui>
1454 University Avenue,
Cor. Ogdeh and University Avs.
3?4_5 Rooms
All latest improvements; conven?
ient to Jerome Ave. and Broad
way subway, 6th and 9th Ave.
"L." Apply on premises or
John J. Meenan, SB&fiSTSK
BrookLm
5__?<*^ka}T_l%/| 42 nnd bath, steam heat,
IVV/lu/lVlO parquet, electric lights,
cto. . $66 to ?75. Brand
how. JOHN E. CHURLO, 1-2 Hlghlawn ave.,
S?A Beach subway to King? Highway sta?
tion, Avenue R end.
FtRNlSHEH APAHTMESTS TO LET
Bonny Castle
601 Weit 191st St.
Highland Court
600 West 192d St.
_tlf?*tn*for Apnetment.
4 Rooms. $15: ?> Rooms, $851
tt Rooms, Slle, * Rooms. 2 Rnths. $l?.t
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Bueiness U ?T C? -C Country
Prop?rties S ? "The **? Propertias
Realty investments V^&if?.'iitt?.
??AL EwTATE BROKERS
euSHM?K ? WAlCEP?ELD, inc..
13 f?_fH ?2d Et. T?l. M?rr-y HU? T*?*).
WARO? - LaK?SBORO System Aft?pee? i
li?me huTio?ng. 34. Madison Ave., N. Y. C.
TO ?.ET tOtt B?SIKBS8 rUttFOSE?
BEAUTIFUL? ?.-parkte o*c?, 80* . sfl. ?t.,
$??9. 40th. rte?r Btb. Ltrtijracrd ?753.
^_*AR*??lT-NTS~TO LKT?VIBNISHED
Manhnttan
SUITES of 1, 2 and 8 r?ottl? with bath,
with combl?t? hotel .efvkie, within fifty
minutes of PenH.ylvanla. Station, at $120 u
i.iohlh and UP
THE NASSAU HOTEL, LONG BEACt?, L. I.
Open All Tear.
LADY MUSICIAN wtl) share _paf-ni?nt
near River?!lde with young business
woman ; corr?spontieree Invite?. Miss K?
607 Amsterdam avJ?;
?1ST ST-. Ba*o_?i?ay?Three anal si* rtxirhs,
well furnished; elevator. .166 Broadway?
REAL ?'HTATE At AUCTION
KKAI? ESTATi; AT AUCTION
at 2 P. I
Go to the John W. Sterling Estate Lots Sale
and buy a few lots at your own price
This beautiful estate (38 minutes from Grand Cen?
tral), with its high, rolling land, brook, iake 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
and HARRISON AVENUE
Also a fine house on an acre of Boston Tost Road Lots and two other houses
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
On Premises, Rain or Shine.
*7fW ON MORTGAGE
? ^-? /0 Lawyers Title & Trust Co. Policies Free
WARD CARPENTER & CO., Agents for Owner*
VISIT THE TROPEKTY ?O-fiAX?Take M. v., *,'. 3?. ?*? It. n. R to fc'Mier
MamRron?'"l? of Harrison station?. From Jlamar.ini'tk station ?o oai-t to ?to?t?>n
Poll Road flhd j>ropcrty; from HS-trlsbn rtati?>ti tollotv Harrison Avo. to iv-??-.'
ertv or trolley from either Htatlon tn Wf-st :-t , .-iiul wallt, a uhort distance cmt
to Harrison Ave. SE-ND FOU BOOK-MAI?.
67 Liberty St.
New York City
Telephone
Cortlandt 0744
350 RESIDENTIAL PLOTS
AND 5 BEAUTIFUL DWELLINGS
ON THE PREMISES, RAIN OR SHINE, AT 1 P. M.
Waterfront Privileges to Every Buyer
Note:?Provisions have been made for a comfort?
able, well lighted, covered tent in case of rain.
Free buses to property from Pelham Bay Park station of the Lex?
ington Avenue subway all day today.
BRYAN L. KENNELLY INC.,
Real Estate Auctioneers
149 Broadway Tel- Cortlandt 1547
LONG ISLAND REAL F-STATK
?FLUSHING
t>tltoh Colonial resideftce. hollo-rt? til?
and tapestry brick, asbestos shingle
roof, 10 rooms, two tiled baths with
Showers', built-in fixtures, tiled kitchen,
Sleeping and sun porches, oak floors
throughout, hot water heat, S open fire?
places, 2-t'?r **arag<>, plot 50x335 feet,
large trees, artistically planted, tax
exempt. Possession at once.
ASK MR.HALLERAN
Halleran Agency, Flushing, N. Y.
Trleplioiiei 874 ?ml ?003 Flushing.
KKAI, IvSTAIl; I?KOKKI.S
l*ijM**SH
?.? ' ??? ?-- ?? - . ? ? ??,
tetm?lisbad i?S3 jj
Horace S. Ely & Co.
REAL ESTATE |
aUats?tt ?-fiWlar. tf WsUstMs Ssrsst.
Set? t?rk
?il?' ' DM
EDWIN H. HESS
Business Property Management
A Highly ??piciatited Sertice
250 ? 6th Ave. Mad. St*. 8398
TO LET FOR nrS.XKSgt>C__FOSE8
1st LOFT
5 East 47th Street
-5?90 ft.
In the heart of new retail
district.
rienty of light and air.
One floor above street.
Lars? dlerlay window.
Exceptionally T.ow Rent
Pease & Elliman
:.10 Madison Ave. Murray Mill C2O0
?HIGH-CLASS STORES?
JUNCTION OF
University and Ogden Aves.
Opposite Washington Bfidgf.
11 FEET X 3? FEET
15 FEET X 57 FRET
APPLY
JOHN J. MEENAN, INC.
tOOl H'-ot:(ln:!.v. c o'limhlH^ 4SI?.
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