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SALES AM LEASES
CLOSED YESTERDAY
. 1
Many Interesting Dealt Re
ported by BrokoTfc in Inn
hnttan and The Bronx.
MARKET SHOWS ACTION
Many Business Properties Long:
Dormant PA6S Into Hands
of Investors and Operators.
Crofk & Ilrown Corripany 6old fir Uio
interstate Land Holding Company to
nine & Bine the twetv etory semi
manufacturlnc bulldlnj nt 47 and
Maiden lane, between NaMiu and Will
,im street. 14x115, nd known a the
Meyers Bulldlnc About fifteen year
ago It was purchased by the, late K. H.
Ajer o! Boston, Mass., .and ts located
directly opposite the- squure- block as
sembled under ft single ownership by
the Federal ItCBerve Bank. U also ad
joins Jewelers Court It l understood
that the bulldlne will be converted from
its present use, lis the headquarters of
a number of manufacturing; Jewellers, to
that of an efflce bulldlns for the 'n
surance Interests, which, at the present
time, are suffering from a lack of space
available In the William street district
The sellers In the transaction were rep
esentad by John Larkln, the buyers by
' Stoddard A Mark, attorneys.
The Toneri Sold to Operator.
Ulobe Itealty Company sold to B.
Morrll Banner the north corner of Cen
tral Park West and Ninety-fourth street,
an eight stofy apartment house, dSxlOO.
known as the towers. Ths structure Is
arranged with suites of nine rooms,
with two and three baths, and Is held
under lease until next October. It Is the
intention 6f the buyer to alter the struc
ture Into small apartments. Norman
Denier was the broker In the sale. The
building was erected-about fifteen years
uro from designs by IlArdy & Short,
architects. It shows an annual rental
of about 1(0.000.
Forty-second Street Lenses.
Although. th large new Wurlltzer
Building, extending througl. from Forty
flm to Forty-6cond street, west of
Sixth avenue, Is yet far from comple
tion, all the space in that building avail
able for letting has been leased by the
Cross & Brown Company to the Gen
eral Motors Export Company. The lease
consists of eight, floors, each SssSOOxfiO.
and Is for a long term of years nt a
rental aggregating $2,000,000. The Gen
eral Motors Export Company will oc
cupy this building exclusively or lt
export business. The new lease will not
disturb its present offices at Broadway
and Fifty-seventh street. The lludo.'ph
Wurlitier Company will occupy the bal
ance of the building, wUh the excep-
tlon of the upper floor, leased recently i
to the BiacKman-KOSS company, me
owning company will have as complete
tin establishment for the'sale of musical
instruments as can be found In the city.
The consummation of this large lease
and the renting of all the available
space In the Wurlltzer Building prior to
its completion la additional evidence of
the strength of tne aemana ior epace t n venue toT $13,500. The buyer Is re
in ! Forty-second street section. Since portft() t0 be a physician. The dub was
ja-Viry 1 last 4he Cross & Brown Cim- fonTle(j n 1J35 by prominent Bronx
party Jtas !easd,.oface space aggregating . p0mjCtan
137 500 stuare feet In the Times Square, j s j, T3,.ior f0a for Dennis W. Moran
Grand Central zones. 1 2336 DavMion avenue, a dwelling,
Manning Trunk leased the six story 1 50x115.
building 9 East Forty.fecond street. 1 rjenensen Realty Company rold
22x100. Ior thft Codinittm Company to j thr05n c. Schon 921 to 928 Freeman
the ldal Restaurant and Holding Com-1 street fouthcast corner of Southern
pany for thirty-three years. The rental 1 Boulevard, a one story taxpayer, with
io reported to have been considerably In ,torc 50x100. renting for J4.C 0.
excess of the behest rental so far paid .
on tnls oiocK ior, a zi 1001 duhuihe.
The new tenant is said to have been
offered a considerable profit for Its
lease.
Scbulte In IleUhta Leaae.
Schu.te Realty Company is reported
to have leased from the flobert E. West
cott estate the Heights Theatre and two
story store buildings, I0xl00xl02.2x
1T0.6, occupying the block In the south
side of West lSlst street, between
Uroadway and Wadsnortn avenue. Tho
aeprfgate rental U said to. be about
$500,000.
Plcken Conrt Reaold.
Vnlon Chemical Glassware Company
sold to Philip Meyrowltx the Plcken
Court apartment bouse, a ten story
structure at 706 Riverside Drive, ac
commodating fifty-five families. The
property fronts 108 feet In the drive and
150 feet in 148th street and is reported
to have an annual rent roll of 390,000.
Other Downtown Sales.
The Broadway-John Street Corpora
tion, Ellas A. Cohen president, resold, to
Col. Albert G. Prltchard, who represents
the American Cotton Exchange, the five
story building at 81 Broad street, north
east corner of South William street on
a plot fronting 30 feet in Broad street
and 74.4 feet in South William street.
Jul'us Kline was the broker. Mr. Cohen's
company bought through Cammann,
Voorhtes & Floyd from Julius Llchten
steln 7 and 9 Burling slip, near Water
street two five story buildings. 40.Jx 1
pcsresMon May 1. He also bought
through Pease A Elllman the north
west corner of Water and Fulton streets,
a five story building, 31.4x20.
Horace S. Ely & Co. sold for Louis
Gordon Hamersley 93 Crosby street a
fix story bulldfng, 25.10x69vio tho Merit
Holding Company.
Joseph J BerUowltr bought from Her
man Woog two story rive lofts at 281
Grar.d street, 25x125, and (4 Forsyth
Kr-et, 25.1x100. which Join at the rear.
Samue) E. Neuman, attorney, repre-'
rented the buyer and William F. Furst
was trw broker.
Alex A. Olsen sold 57 and 59 Grove
street two three story buildings, to the
Cordlt Traders.
S mon Myers and David Lion sold the
four story loft, 32 Wes, Houston street
to Samuel Sch'ld through Julius Friend.
Fr derlck Brown bought from Daniel
Hirrlson. 47 and 49 Haralson street ,
v.. .if j:... iam... 1
two four storr buildings, 4SxS7x IrregU'
Inr. adjoining the southeast corner of
West ttreet, through Robert F. Bonsai!.
Deals on the Heights.
J. C Hough A Co, sold through Albert
Rrf nthM to the S. Levy Realty Com
pany. Simon Levy president 51 Hamil
ton place, a six story bpartment 108x
!9x94, northeast cornef of 139th street
renting for about $23,000.
Moses H. Rothsteln bought for ttftT,
Realty Corporation tho modern Ave story
apartment 166 West 177th (treat 70x90.
W. D. Morgan sold for the Stehermer
horn estate 543 West 162d street a three
or7 dwelling, 18x99.11, toT. J. Vander
Bent the tenant
Terms ot Salts Botldlnsr Lease.
United Cigar Stores Company of
America, which loased the Saks Building,
will not get possession until May 1, 1024.
The lease was recorded yerterday and
''ipulates a payment of $400,000 a year
?or twenty-one years, and taxes, &c
The tenant la slso to make alterations
at a coat of jrCO.000.
Buyers for Drrelllnsrs.
Camman, Voorheea A Floyd sold for
Tale University 15) Bast Thlrty-serenth
street a four story dwelling. 14.8x80.
William r. Burr, Corporation CfcunceL.
e-old his home, four ttory dwelling, at'
is west uoth street opposite Mount
Morris Park, to the Rev. Url Felshln.
through .Mote H. Rothsteln. The
noun ii on a wedge eh&ped plot, front
ing 22 feet In the street and extending
back 1J.9 feet
Pease A Oilman sold for Prof. Alex
armor Lambert 791 Lexington avenue, a
twenty foot residence, to Joseph G.
Abramson.
William B. May & Co. sold for Emos
Cottlng Schermernorn 25 East Seventv
nlnth street, a four story dwelling. 25x
100.
Peace & Elllman sold for It. L. Roths
child to Dr. W. H. Berkley the dwelling,
u.zx.oo.5, at no East sixty-nrst street
Douglaa Utbbons Co. sola or Mrs.
Illtan C. Rainbow 147 East 65th st, a
three story dwelling, 16x100
Sales In Seventh Arenas. I
James Davidson bought from the
Equitable Life Insurance Co.. twaj
dwellings nt 4,184 and 2.86ft 7th av.,
Dr. Cuff controls the three adjblnlng
a twenty-five foot court which extends i
through the centre ot the bjocx between
USth and 139lh nts. to 8th nv. The
premises will be used ns a private sani
tarium. WoiCo & Co. negotlattd Uie
transaction.
Knnp & Wasaon Conipa.iy, Inc., resold
tor Cluster I), Judln and Joteph .Shapiro
tho seven story apartment, tSQxlOO, at
the northeast corner ot 7th av. mm zea
St., acquired recently from the Metrop
olis Securities Co.
Kail (k Parker sold for the Cltzabetn
Realty Co., 2,252 7th av., a five story
flat 25x99.11, to the Copeland Realty
Co.
Other Manhattan Sales.
Century Paper Box Co., Harry Engel,
president, sold to William Fox, Inc., the
seven story loft at (4 University place,
sFxlOO.
.")r. William E. Cuff has added to his
holding through tho ptirchn.se of 23j
West 100th st from Alma V. Clauren.
Dr. Cuff controls tho three ndolnlm,'
houses and Is having plans prtpatvd
tor a nine etory apartment hounc, with
four suites on a floor.
Ryan & Co. sold for an out of town
trust company to a client of Bandlw &
Haas, attorneys, the flvo story npart
rr.cnt house, 40xl00x Irregular, at 4
Hancock place, near 12r.th st
Eljrar k Felnbers sold to Julius Joffc,
6S West 105th jitrect a five story npart
ment 15x100. Marks it Marks repre
sented the buyer.
George Sr Runk sold for Theodore
Schumacher estate 11$ En.it CCth strnot
a three story garase. with elevator.
25x100.
Dtirojs Compnny sold- for Lawyers
Title Insurance and Trust Germany ar.d
J. Frederick Xcrnoohan, trustees, to
William D. Kllpatrli.lt, 2Jt West Uth
street a five story duelling. 2Sxl03.3.
Mr. Kllpntrlck owns a iIot 72x103 on
the same block.
Princes! Rosplsllosl. who was Miss
Julia 15. Bron.ion, sold the three story
building. 25x9S.9, at 24 East Tenth
street
Mr. Allco C. Guernsey sold to Mar
tha D Kopf. through Maxwell Mose. 230
East 5th street, a three story dwelling,
30x100.
Snlra fa The tlronx.
Abraham Harawltz resold to Philip
Meyrowltx the Va'dosta apartment
house, occupying the block front in the
north'glae of 1CJJ street from intervale
avenue to Kelly street 200x125. con
taining 120 suites and IS stores. Jacob
I. Bergman represented the 1 -vcr. Gold
berg ft rhiilps were the bro' r.
Jefferson Timmany Club r Mved per
mission yesterday from Justice Tlcmey.
of the Bronx County Supreme Cert to
;Ee!1 lls c;Ubhnuc. at 1.173 Washington
Ryan & Co. sold for Frances Mac-
Dermott to Ethel Smollens the three
story house, 19x100, at 526 Hunts Point
avenue.
Morton M. Green sold for William
Wl'.lsmach the dwelling 208 Eas: 201d
street, to I. File; al-o for E. L. Phlpps
dwelling. 834 East J35th street to Miss
M. Trinkcr,
Harry Calm resold to Frank B. Silver
man five story apartment at 1416 and
1418 Bryant avenue. 50x100, through
B. Englander.
Other Recent Leasee.
Albert B. Ashforth. Inc., leased In the
Marlln-Rockwell Building, at the south
west corner of Madlon avenue and
Forty-sixth street eighth floor to the
Penbody and Hough eling Company;
ninth and tenth floors to the Curtis Pub
lishing Company; eleventh floor to
Mnrjorle Pert Close, and the fourteenth
and fifteenth floors to the National
Automobile Chamber of Comrfierce.
Cross & Brown Company leased rpace
In the .Fltsgcrald Building, southeast
ccrner of Broadway and Forty-third
street, to Adolph Mayor, Miles Rnctch
Wltch, John C. Webb and MerrUt Craw
ford, and with Brown-Wheclock Com
pany approximately 14.000 square feet
In 522 Fifth avenue to Swann & Finch.
William A. White & Sons leased in 56
and 53 Pine street offices to New York
and Guiana Company; Taylor, Kelly.
Metcalf & Roberts, Bote'.ho Bros, and C.
Colcate Moore. In 6S William str?et
office to F. Matarazxo & Co.; also 34
, K..U4!nf- tn 1 AVin P T fi
- " To 51 Watts street space to
P. Crotty & Co.: also 200H Boweri
building, to Louis Hlrsch: In 10 Cort
landt street oors to Street Inc., and
Dwyer Publishing Co.. also with Cam
mann, Voorheea A Floyd floor In 26 John
street "to J. W. JOIinoon and with Will
iam Crulkshank's Sons floor In the
atnekner Building to Arrr.endalx Bros.
J. Arthur Fischer leased to Francis
Sullivan an apartment In 104 West
Tortleth street.
Fred F. Noyes Company Company
leassed 194 Wlinam stre-l for Fred In-
Eraham t0 j08eph sobel for twentv-cne
vrftrs at an aggregate rental of $100,000,
The lessee wil make Improvements to
cost about $15,000.
Brooklyn Transactions.
Charles Partridge sold COS Prospect
place, corner of Franklin avenue, Brook
lyn, a building containing three stores
and two apartments for Dr. William
Keffer
Henry Pier son A Co., Inc, sold 133
Lincoln p'ace. Brooklyn, a three story
dwelling. 20x100. for Mar)' IL Hayn.
Samuel Galltzka and J. Lacov sold for
the Lerner Associates, Inc, to A. L.
Hcffman a two story dwclllpg, 25x100,
at 1242 East 10th st. Brooklyn.
Rea'ty Associates sold 177 and 175
Stockton st. two two story frame dwell
lngs, to Hyman Paseornek through Na
than Dlament; also 131 and 13$ Ashland
place, a five story apartment to James
P. Caranagh through Arthur McSherry,
and 100x100.3, vacant In the south side
of 46th st, 100 feet east of Second av. to
Margaret McLaughlin.
rhrl c R telle sold the four storr
brick building at 381 Atl&ntlo av., Brook
lyn, to Harris Polletx, tenant
R. S. Fisher, Inc.. sold 10x120, acant
In East 17th st, Brooklyn, for Hubert
Bartlett to Charles Anderson.
Other Realty neports.
Fish A Marvin sold for the Corlles
estate house In Hlghbrook av. at Pol
ham Manor, N. T., to George Alexander
Walker. Jr.. and for the Wltherbee Real
Estate and Improvement Company nine
lota In Hlghbook av. to John Smith.
Cross A Brown sold for the Interstate
l&ni Holding Company the building at
the southwest corner of Von Alst and
Harris aves.. Long Jslaad City, to tho
THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10,
Perfect Window Aexulfttliur Company
alio for the tame owner southwest cor
ner ot Crescent and Thirteenth sto,
the Greater City Construction and Fi
nance Corporation.
Watson O. Nlves sold to David
Thompson bungalow at cedar Cliff,
Pleasantvllle, N. V., through Jeore
Howe.
Lewis iV May Company 61d Hot
Michael J. Mulqueen two story dwelling.
10x135, atthe northwest corner ot
Sprayvlew av. and Beach J7th st, Edge
mere. L. I. to Becky Kurlnsky.
Melster -Builders, Inc., resold 70 and
709a Devon st, Arlington. N. X, two
two story dwellings, 32x100, through
Ackerman & Stone.
Wetmore & MnglH and Edgar L. Hoaf
sold for Dr Harvey W. Woodberry
houso and fifty-five acres at Pawling,
Dutchess County, N. T..
At the annual meeting ot Hotel Com.
monwcalth stockholders the following
dlrectora were re-elected: J. A. Al
m trail, L. K. Comstock, E. L. Rarnttt
Dr. Frank Crane and Thomas W.
Rourke. Provision was made for In
creasing Uie board to nine members
during tho coming year.
LONG LEASE NEAR
COLUMBUS CIRCLE
Thoroughfare Building Ac
quired by Dr. J. A. Harms.
Announcement is made of the final
closing of the lease Involving the Thor
oughfare Building and adjoining struc
tures In the block bounded by Broad
way, Eighth avenue. Fifty-seventh and
Fifty-eighth streets, which, as already
reported, has been hanging fire for some
time. The site will be Improved.
Through A. F. Robertson and Paul J.
Bye): the property has been leased for
twc.vy-one years with three renewal
privliisfs for like periods to Dr. John
A. llarrlss, deputy police commissioner,
by the Columbus Circle Arcade Com
pany. Jacob Werthelm president. One
of the terms ot the lease provides that
a building to cost at least 31,000,000 will
be erected on the site, but it la more
than likely that this sum will be greatly
exceeded by the projected lmprorenunt
Tho new building wlil contain storei.
'.ofti and o.T.ccs, and it Is understood
that part of the ground Boor will be"ar
rained wltll banking quarters. The
property has a frontage ot 216 fret In
Brotlway, 200.10 feet In Eighth ave
nue, 201 feet In Fifty-seventh wrest and
121.2 foet In Fifty-eighth Btreet
Tho ThvroLghfare Building derives
its nnrno frvm the fact that a thorough
fare extt-ntis through the building from
Broadway to Eighth avenue Facing
this arcide are a number of small stores.
A chain ,s plnced across tho entrances
for a short prlod durln-5 each twenty
four hours, w that In the event of a
long 'ease or sale It would bo possible
for the owners of the property to close
the right of way and not forever have
to maintain It open. About fifteen
ytnra n?o the United States Healty and
jrven' nt Compahy sola the prop
erty to Walter J. Salmpn. who in turn
d-spp-d of 't to Mr. Wertheim.
MILLIARD ESTATE
AT AUCTION TO-DAY
Improved Properties in Busi
ness Sccton to Highlest Bidder
At noon to-day, in the Exchange
Salesroom, Joseph P. Day will offer for
the account of the estate of Helen Cos
MU Ju'M'srd and the estate of Augustus
D. Jultliard a number of valuable Im
proved properties in various business
sections of the city. The offering con
sists of the following :
In the old wholesale dry goods dis
trict 6!.' and 634 Broadway, through
to 169 and 16S Crosby street; also 11
to IS Leonard street; Uo In the lower
west side product) and warehouse dis
trict. 3 to 7 Ve?try street, through to 24
to 28 Loight street; also Uie block front
In the south side of Lalght street, from
Vnrick street to St John's Une;also
27 Dowr.ii; street and 111 West Flfty
rlrst s.ret; also 32 to 36 West Eigh
teenth strett
Thf-se offerings consist of twelve story
ntori and loft buildings, five, six and
1 v n storv loft buildings, an unimproved
corner, a three story brick stable and a
thnv story brick and stone garage, with
apartments on the upper floors. .
ACTIVITY I SIXTH AVENUE.
Charles M. Horton, treasurer of the
Horton Ice Cr?m Company, purchased
the five slory building. 25x100. at 683
Sixth avenue. The buyer holds title to
6S1. at' the northwest comer of T lity
seventh street and upon the combined
site. 50x100, will erect a tall store ard
commercial building as soon as present
leases expire. J. Arthur Tlscher and A.
A. Hagcman negotiated the transaction.
Brown. Wheeiock Company sold to J.
Arthur Fischer for Tsabel de Campruui
the five story building at 687 Sixth ave
nue, 18.6x100. adjoining the property
which he now owns nt 689.
J Adrlance Travis iold through J.
Arthur Fl.cher the four story bulidng.
20x75, at 612 Sxth avenue and thr five
story buldlng, 23.6x98.9, at 61 West
Thirty-sevonth street, abutting The
two propi-rites form an "L" around the
northwest corner of th-se thoroughfares.
LEASE INVOLVES INCH STRIP.
Henry Shapiro A Co. leased for tho
Gaggle Realty Company, controlled by
Gllhuly Bros., the four story building,
20x100 5, at 107 West Forty-second
street and for Cecelia P. Wuerz, the
three story building abutting, 22.6x100.5,
at 104 West Forty-third street, to a res
taurant concern for twenty-one years.
In order to obtain permission to build
over the rear of the Forty-second street
plot It was necessary to negotiate a lease
for an equal term of a one Inch strip
wh ch extends east and west across the
Forty-scond street parcel at a point
about seventy-five feet north of the
building line in Forty-second street with
the Unity Fee Company, Walter J. Sal
mon president The same concern con
trol a light and air .easement over the
remaining 24.11 feet north of the one
Inch str'p. Negotiations to obtain these
concessions extends ever a period of
nine months. The aggregate rental for
the privileges could not be learned yes
t Tday.
NEW BUILDINGS.
Manhattan.
UTH ST. lOT to 111 Eat for a one storr
raraxe. 7i.txl00.ll. V. Valentine. Iltl
Crn'.on ar., owp-ri v v Vitolo. tl.Weat
4(ta at., architect: 120,001.
Dronx.
ELM PI s w cor rordham av, en aterr
brick stores. 111. OxlOI. ( Fordham
Coneourre Co. owners; Laurence Darla.
IJ av and Hth at -'
LandteldeL Id av and 14 Oh et arch!
facta. I
nADCLTFFE AV. w a. 171 n Mac ar. two
a'ory T C bUvk dwelling, 20x20 Steptun
Forfait til E ll'th at, owner; John H
Friend. 141 Alexander av, erehltactlt.000
OVEniNQ FT. a cor Ma-lav av. on
tforr brick xarate JliI .1r, J
Klatt, till Overing at owner; Trans
Wolf rang. (HE .''
WALTON AV, w oor IliirnaM
atory brick atares. 14L4xl0 J Clarmce
Darlfi. M av and lttth at owntr; Moora
& Landaelsel, Id av and 141th at, arcl
tecta , 110,000
ALTERATION.
Manhattan.
MADI90N A V., 411 to 441. to flvo itory
(iKtlltnas ana offlcta. Almy neatly Co.,
141 Broadway, ornr v i, it
v :tth at., architect: liio.ooo.
HTH et. J taai, io a t,i a
noiennium, ai
AAA
Chambers at. architect:
HTlt ST. It W, to aU atory factory J
bevy, i uroaaway, waar; a nnan
hlum. II Chambers st architect. rtll.OOO
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mmm trust co:
TO HAVE NEW HOME
Twenty-Ono Story Structure
Opposito Present Quarters
in Contemplation.
Guaranty Trust Company of New
Tork contemplates the erection of a new
home, perhaps twenty-one stories high,
at the northeast cornef of Broadway
unci Liberty strett directly opposite Its
present quarters at the southeast comer.
For the purpose It lias acquired at an
ttttmated cOet of between $2,500,000 and
$3,000,000, through lease and purchase,
the propertlis at 150 to 151 Broadway
and 69 Liberty street, which have a
frontage of 96.3 feet In Broadway and
135.3 feet In Liberty street The easterly
line measures 111,4 and the northerly
lino 115.8 respectively, with an interior
court of Irregular dimensions.
The property at 150 Broadway, which
is uio corner parcel, wm vuuimeu
through a lease from the heirs Of John G.
Wendel for twenty-one years, with two
renewals Of equal periods. It Is under
stood the rental aggregates $55,000 a
year. This Is an eight story building.
25.8x110.3, and was at one time known
as the Wllllamsburgh Fire Insurance
Company Building.
The adjoining parcels were acquired
from Norman 8. Rlesenfeld and Ellas A.
Cohen. Mr. Rlesenfeld contracted to
purchase 152 Broadway, a four story
building, 22.11x92, from the heirs of
Chester A. Arthur, twenty-first Presi
dent of the United States, last AugUBt
In November he obtained control of the
Halgiit Building at 154 to 158 Broad
way, through to 69 Liberty street, six
and four story -structures, and resold the
property to the Guaranty Trust Com
pany In about a week. Title to both
parcels has since passed to the Reliance
Improvement Company and thence to the
Fldelltas Realty Corporation, the latter,
a holding company for the real buyer.
The building at 152 Broadway Is said
to havo been the home of the late Pres
ident The sale of the property to Mr.
Relsenfeld was the first In 230 years.
The Halght Building was erected in
1564. The connecting wing at 69 Liberty
street was formerly a residence, and ts
ninety years old.
Tenants of the properties sold by Mr
Rclscnfeld and Mr. Cohen have bxeen
notfled to vacate by May 6 next, when
It Is understod work of demolishing the
present structure will begin. The new
home of the trust company will adjoin
tho Lawyers Title and Insurance Com
pany's bulldlnc and wlil be separated
from the Chamber of Commerce, In Lib
erty street by the recently acquired
home of Joseph P. Day.
BUILDING ACTIVITY
GAINS IN VOLUME
Statistics Compiled by Dodge
Co. Show Large increase.
Statistics ot building contracts
awarded during January" In the territory
east of the Missouri and north of the
Ohio Rivers, as compiled by the F. W.
Dodge Company, rtiow two outstanding
facts. In the first place the contracts
amounted to 10 per cent more than the
overage monthly figure for 1919, and In
the second place Industrial plants took
the lead over all other classes of build
ing, comprising 39 per cent of the total.
Contracts let In January amounted to
f235,H5000, whereas the average
monthly figure for 1919 was approxi
mately $213,000,000. The January figure
Included $91,712,000 for Industrial
plants, or 39 per cent of the total; $47,
727,000. or 20 per cent, of the total, for
residential buildings; $37.697.0jJ0, or 16
per cenU of the total, for public works
ar.d utilities, and $34,726,000, or 15 per
cent of the total, for business bull'llnss.
These figures give an Indication of the
accumulated demand for construction
work. OrdlnaTtry the month of January
shows but little activity In comparison
with months later In the year, the
amount of building contracts let In that
month running normally to only about
five or six per cent of the jffcr's total.
With so large a figure fof January, the
previously published estimate of 3,000,
000,000 for the year's total of contracts
peems very likely to be fulfilled. Proj
ected or con.omplated work amounting
to $523,000,000 was reported In Janu
ary, as against a monthly average of
$360,000,000 for projected work reported
In 1919.
In New Tork State and northern New
Jersey contract awards In January
amounted to $79,570,000, which is not
only an unprecedented figure for Janu
ary, but Is greatly In excess of the aver
age monthly figure for 1919, which was
Just under U5.000.000.
In this district Industrial building has
taken first place, amounting in January
to $37,045,000, or 47 per cent of the
total Public works and utilities
amounted to $19,383,000. Residential
buildings took third place, the total for
this group being $10,235,000. The prom
ise of continued activity is given In the
reports of contemplated work, which
amounted in January to $112,209,000,
which may be compared with $71,400,
(100, the monthly average for 1919,
NEW TELEPHONE EXCHANGE.
Flans were filed yesterday for a $1,
000.000 telephone exchange to be erected
by the New Tork. Telephone Company In
the north side of Thirtieth street, 160
feet west of Second avenue, through to
Thirty-first street, 218 feet west of Sec
ond avenue. It will be a five story fire
proof structure, fronting 180 feet In
Thirtieth street and 112.6 feet In Thirty
first street A number of old fashioned
dwellings, which formerly occupied the
site, were demolished about a year aro
Mckentie, Voorheea A Omtlln are. the
architects.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
iEJlE JOHNSON, nt. CO., Auctioneers.
193 Moatarue t. DrooMrn. y. Y.
MONET TO LOAN
nOND AMI
AD WANTED
MOrtTGAUE.
ON
BUII.DKn WANTS Drat mortisra lupna Of
IS.OOO and 14.000, houaei finished: worth
doublet A No. 1 location: New Jerasy. It,
14 ileTilJ. Haraid sqnarr.
Wanted to borrow 12;
tata free of mortgage.
Hrald.
,000 on ral ea
N. A., 107 Sun-
Cirl' REAL ESTATE.
(BossgBKQwy
rtaal Eatata la all Ita tranches.
18 EAST 41ST ST. 407 BROADWAY.
J-JttsSj Business Property
annn lnr..RaallCstaUSJnecUllit.
! ,"jr,"VA'-y3-Wtrl
i wiuums i jEioaiA.-s v.
tadtsea At, ew Xortt.
41 VaUsea At, ew Xark.
REAL
fcSTAta AT AUCTION.
Absolute Executors' Auction Sale
for whatever
TODAY
at 12 o'clock Roon, In Real Estate Salesroom, 14 Vesey Sty
Estate of Helen C. Juilliard
by order of the Executors
Central Union Trust Company of New York
and Edward W. Barnes, Esq.
632-634 Broadway
Ret Houston and Blteeker Ets.
Running through to
166-168 Crosby Street.
U-STOnY LOFT IIUILDINR
Sire 50.IM z IUO.4 x 40.11 z 100 JW.
14, 16 & 18 Leonard St.
B. Wnst Uroadway ard Hurtaon St.
THIt EE 7-STOnT LOFT BUILD
INT.S. Size) i 100 X irrft.l
2A.4f x 100 x lrrcg ., and 24. UM x
100 x Irreg.
85 Leonard St.
Bet. Broadway and Church Bt.
5-8TORT LOFT BUILDING
Size IS X KS.7H x 25. 2'f X 121.0.
Ill West 51st St.
Bet. 6th and Tth Ana.
3-atory hrlck and atone larazr with
apartment on 2d and 3d floora.
Site 20 x 100. 5.
LARKIN & PERRY, Esqs., Attorneys
80 Broadway
AND
Estate of A. D. Juilliard
by order of the Executors
Central Union Trust Company of New York
Guaranty Trust Company of New York
Frederic A. Juilliard, Chester A. Braman and
Robert Westaway, Esqs.
at
Executors' Auction Sale
32 tcf,36 West 18th Street
I2-story modern brick loft building. Size 75 x 92.
LARKIN & PERRY, Esqs., Attorneys
80 Broadway
STETSON, JENNINGS & RUSSELL, Esqs., Attorneys
15 Broad Street
LAMAR HARDY, Esq., Attorney
' 120 Broadway
G0 Gh 5 Send for Bookmap
70 52
Mar remain on mortgage.
Title Policies of the
Title Guarantee &
Trust Co. Free.
67
To-day
It Interests You.
List Your Realty Holdings with
Samuel H. Martin,
1974 Broadway, City.
Our Efficiency Sales Force Will
Brinr You Quick Action.
INTERESTING
fO OWNERS ! ! !
Send u you property at once, we
have strong demand: parties woo pay
actual net rentala, .Including tin Inter
est on your mortgage. Income taxes
and all expense whatsoever stUcned
JUKUoi) CU. 185 W. MTH ST.
From Battery to Uth StM Ineloslre.
PROMINES'T CORN'EP.
NEAR MAIDEN LANE.
plot about j500 square feet.
c6nsikxt to subwats and
ELEVATED.
orrtlSTAVTIAL. nUlI.DI.NOS
WITH STEAM HEATING PLANT.
Suitable for Insurance, ExpOI.
Drue nd Chemical Trade, etc.
CARLT ?OSSESSION:On OOOD INCOME
AND SPECULATION COMBINED.
WILL MAKE PRICE ATTRACTIVE!
QUICK ACTION.
ESTATE. Box t. Herald. Fulton St.
do. 830 Greenwich at.,
Corner Horatio St. Three tory
Store and Dwelling! cam be altered
for business purposes! lot, 22x72)
Drice. $16,000 i mortgage, m,wu
3.UUU.
K1U
Owner, WILLIAM D.
PATRICK, 149 Broadway.
76S-767 Grtx-nwich St.
near West Uth st, plot 42x9, partly
vacant and old dwelling; good slto
for shop, garage, fftctory. ic; prlco.
. ... enn TtTTT T '
18,tiUU, morxeage ii,uuv.
IAM D. KILPATKICK. Owner, 149
Drr-nrtwav
SALE or lease, live stury flat; suitable any
business! lit nnk St.: aubstantlal
building. M1TC1IELU 1 East 41d.
Above 11th St, to SWh St. (Ineliylre)
East Biter to North nltrr.
FURRIERS -
30th Streat, Near 7th Avenue.
A00 by 117. Price $175,000
Immediate Potaesiion.
OHN P. PEEL CO., 362 W. 23d St.
No. 360 West 27th St.
Between 8th and 8th Area. -Three
atory Dwelling, on lot 22x919) can
be altered for business. purpoaj
unrestricted block) price, $14,500)
mortzago,$8.000.OwnersWlLLfAM
D. KlLPATRtCK. 149 Broadway.
ELEVEN story loft building above Jld;
near Broadway. tlzlOOf 1111 rents 110.000)
dHcp llld.eeu. HilaHijM, nv uroaaway
yt va s'orr. American m?nt house.
Uth st near tth ar.; 11 ft front, hods
It ft. deep: hot water heat, building
thoroughly modsrn ln stery way, arrange
ment of rooms and appointments pertset
fur rrlrat. hems) Ill.tOO Inv.nmsnt
HAflOLD B. BNTPER. 8lnyvesant 1011
LARGE PLOT B
Near
r ii uei - - "
. . I.MIIIll, a 1.1. I IR'w.m
gU or leaJS iot long term.
JAMES A. DOWD,w8lSde,Tvi
Immediate Possrsslcn.
lid at. Lexington atr. Ilx5, Aur story,
basement; essy terms. HIUSON, 111 East
f 1th.
NEAU uramercy
ment dwelling.
Room 420.
rark.
three
sto
base-
NEI'PERT.
W
r'llllam.
8UITABLH for altering for buslnesa pur
poses, above tilh St. on Madison av., k
10 foot house, potaeaslon In 10 days; price
141,000. Also 111 Lexington ar.. adjoin
ing ttth st. II ft wide, 1 story and bsse
ment unrestricted; possession in 0 days.
Can be bought right) tarms to suit PEASE
.it. Tel. Wurrav Hill 4110
at KbljiaiA?.. siv jaiuimn ar., new joik
1H .T on building. lOOxlti, above
I a st:
iu st:
1100.000: uric
1111.000.
SHABISI,
III roadway.
rrrr bkal estate. ' Lrf.?.Y. 1?-J?!5
HEAL KSTATC AT AtrttON.
they may brlntf
3, 5 & 7 Vestry St.
Bet. Varick and Hudwn SI a.
Runnlnx through t5
24, 26 & 28 Loight Street.
TIIDFE O.RTOKY WAREHOUSE
BUILDINGS
Size It) IS O X m-1 l"fi
( 20.0 x i7a.n) x irrert m
27.7 x 17S.3H x Irreg.
.Entire Block Front
South Sido of Laight St.
From Varick St . to Bt. John'i i Lane.
Known as 82 lo JSS Varick St.
and 13 to 17 Lalf ht Street.
o-sTour i.oft nt;n.iiN ami
VACANT LOT ON H. E. COItNEIt.
Size of l'lot 140.1 x 09.
27 Downing St.
Bet. nieocker ;and Bedford Sts.
3.tory brick stable. Mie 25 x 70.
Auctioneer
Liberty St.
Cortlandt 744
Abore Uth St. io 601 h St, (IncluaWe).
Euat Rlter to North niter.
FOR SALE
5th Ave. Corner
Below 23d St.
Fireproof Sprinllered Building
With Possession Feb. 2 lit, 1921
Store, Basement & Floors
Containing About
50,000 Sq. Ft.
907 Broadway.
'Phone Oramercy 0052.
West 14th St.,
Bet. 7th and 8th Avs.
7th av. subway express station at cor
ner; four 5t0rjUdwelling. lot 25x103;
suitable for profitable alteration into
stores and offices; possession May 1;
price 529,500; mortgage S20.000. for
live years. Owner. WILLIAM D.
K I LPATR1CK. 149 Broadway.
23D ST.,NEAR4THAV.
5 STORY FIREPROOF
LOFT BUILDING
sstioo
Immediate possession of four floors.
riUCi: 8133.000. Mortcase SSl.OOO.
JOHN P. PEEL CO., 362 W. 23d St.
Abire 59th St. 3th At. to East Itlrer.
711 LEXINOTON AV.. close to list it.l-
10 feet, inside, hardwood floors and elec
tric lights; poaeatlon in JO days: can be
bought right Terms to suit PEASE A
ELLIMAN, lit Madison ar. Phone Murray
Hill 1100.
Above tilth St 5th Ar. to North Hirer.
A Good Tenement,
No. 141 West 60th St., between Co
lumbus and Amsterdam Arcs.) five
stories, 25x100; four families per
floor, three and four'rooms; In ex
cellent condition; price, $25,000;
mortgage, $16,000. Owner WILL
IAM D. KILPATRICK, 149 Broad
way. ALL leases expire October 1, 1110, In large
West Side apartment still In builders'
Jisndt, old rents over 1100,000 at 111 per
room. Can easily bring 1110,000 after
October: price 1710.000; mortgage tuo.ooo;
would leave second. tjLAWBON ft 1IOBOS,
111 West 71d St.
BUILDERS, Attention! St. Nicholas ar.,
corner plot 80x100. NEPPERT. 70
Wimam. .
WEST END AV. Five story cold water
flat, triple flat, adjoining corner; mort
gage 1 IK. 000: rents 11,100. owner anxious
to sett SLAWSON & IIOBDS. Ill West 71d.
Washington Heights, Above llJth St.,
West ef tth Ar.
ACTION AT ONCK.
Six story elevator corner on Washington
Heights, 100x101: under net least to April
t 1110. when rents can b Increased to HI
per room, or 111,110: price 1115.000: mort
gage. 1111,000: 140.400 cash will bur it
SLAWSON & nOBRS. Ill West Tld st
FIVE storr, 10 foot walX-up. near Broad
war: old rants tlO.HS: two I and two I;
vary cheap; price 171,000: mortgage 1(0,
000. second to suit SLAWSON & UOBBS,
111 West 71d st
ST. NiCHOlAS AV.. '54. ,iSgAa.
7 large toomst bath; steam heat Ann'
electric light, hot water, elec- !bXI I
trieltr. &c Jinltor. premises. V u v
Borough ef -Manhattan lllotellaneoua.
BROKERS & APPRAISERS
Leitner, Brener & Leitner, Inc.
phOSPKCT AND WE8TCHE8TE ft AVB.
LSrVATOR apurtraaht honat en Broad
war. 0 Slotles, ItxlOll tents tlt.1111 no
tsasss: price 171,010' SHARUM. 171
fr
tanxj.
CITY ftXAL ESTATEi
From Battery to Ittn SU. Incloalre.
FOR
47-49 Maiden Lane tt
I MIIII! PA- W
oclwccn iiassau onu wiiuaui on.
OppoalU Sit Acquired bjr Federal Reiene Dank.
12-Story Ojjitt BuMinf
14,500 Net Square Feet
Available May 1st, 1920
flA'C 6 DING
119 West 40th St. Bryant 6410
Broker Fully Protected
HEAL RSTATRKT OCllV.
I.on laland Sol or Itenl
CiOING FAST! Five houses sold Saturday
and Sunday. Twenty-two already sold.
Solve your rent
problem by buying a homo in
The New Home Colony
rifttfn Mlnulra from firand Central
Mibnajr fetation.
100 lloutei Now nulldlnr.
100 Area Under Development.
Sena for phototrapha, floor plana
ana parucuiara. moncra proiccicu.
Boronxh of ManhaltaB MIeellaneona.
SlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIUIIIIIIU
I NEAR BROADWAY 1
9W-tory fireproof ttorw and
loft
- bulliiinc;
4A lit "IUQ
lYflwit reals
1-0,500,
Can be bought at J1SO.OOO.
S in the Pennaylranla Zonei
a modern twelve, atory and banc-
ment 6Uiro and loft buildlnf . IVeaetit
S mnla 137,000. Can be bought at -5
Ml 3.000.
S Block front .on Manhattan Are.:
3 To wven story and haaemeat
modnrn elevator xpartment build- Z.
leg. Rent' 72.0tXl. Oau be bought
at 1400.000.
S niieralde Drive, Corner: 5
5 UOxllO, aeren story elevator apart-
mcnt building. Itenta S43.OO0. Can
Z bo bought at U10.OO0. C
S 121th St., cloae, to nroadwayt S
pt gtorr ani baaemant rleiator
building. 108 fit x 101 feet deep.
01,t, (20,'JMi. Can be bouihff at
J175.OO0. Z
PEASE & ELLIMAN 1
I - Ttntn DirtUinji ana Cmmrv iztuutt
343 nudiion Arenue, IN. I. -Telephone
6300 .'Murray Mill S
giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiHiiiiiHiiiiiiiniiit;
OWNERS.
tJat what yon hare for sale or for
rent with o. We bate some excel
lent application
to BUY and to RENT
BUILDINGS STORES LOFTS
AND OUT OF TOWN' rilOPKRTIES.
Durosa Co., 1S5 W. 14th St
Boroosrh of Brooklyn Bale or Itent.
BAROAIN. Three family brick house,
rooms and bath each; near Uorouth Hall.
Brooklyn: rent 11,152; monthly teases;
price J1P.000, terms. REALTY TnUST,
IT Broadway, New York. Barclar Itli.
n llKOOKI.V N RK.M. ESTATB UKOKEIt.
Ourf.)unbat now, 831 Xostrand nr., BUljn.
Doronah ot Qneena Sale or Itent.
mm sites
Plots from (,0 to 0,000 square feet,
with railroad frontage and siding", unre.
atrlcted zone; suitable tor any industry.
AT ELMHUBST
Splendid location on all lines of trans
portation to Manhattan.
40c to $1 SQ. FT.
Particulars from
JOHN A. RATELYE, JOllS Jl. PEHIIV.
Broadway. Elmhurst.
Jf PLAN OF
CTENANT-OWNERSHIP
OF APARTMENTS
For derails addrtss
The Queensboro Corporation
Manhattan Offlce. Jadrton Heights' Office.
0 E. 42d St. Opp. SSth St Sta.
I'honeMur. IIUI7052 Phone Newtown 2J01
Qvermboro Subirav W S5 Si. Corona Unci
Torest Bills Gardens
15 Minutes from Penna. Station.
Houses and Villa Plots For Sale.
SAGE FOUNDATION HOMES CO.
47 W. S4th St., or Forest Hills U 1.
liOng Island Sale or Bent.
FREEPORT
Boose at Kerr Description t $4,000 to
, $40,000, Cash or Terms,
HfiNKV J. McCORD,
iS Railroad Ate Opposite Station.
Thone 078. Open Snndsja.
ALONG THE SUtnU SHORE.
Desirable Properties f?r Sale or Kent
JEREMIAH BOBBINS,
BABYLON. L. I. TEL BABTLOK-H.
nit siionn pnorBitriES sale or iiext.
TrllltT iiiiK.wnirat. narao""-.
tliKAPKdT property In Nassau countr.
t..i mit tmtn Hamnatesd Harbor; ?!
acres. 11.000 tn acre; msW Urge trees;
onderful onpprtunlly for subdivision.
PELL ft TIBBITS. HI tth
av.. New Tork.
CEDAUHUHST, U I. House, all Improre
mentk GOLDSCHMIDT. Tel. 2203 Far
Rockaway.
DOUOLASTON. Modern, T room house;
nlot ejilOO; tonvsnlenl to itatlon price
o;500. HUOIIE3, Dougiaston
rwlfrT.4a StANOR.
J, HART WELCH. . TeL ltlTeralde Slt
lcluse, Wasbbuni t Co., , 1 w. 34th St
jsorw pnorp now iftr.
FAR ROCKAWAT. lUuse with large i plot
or grouna, near wcriu .si.
QltOSS. 70 Lenox av.
FOR BUILDER. JJrooiujm comer pioi.
BOxW. near subwsy. NEPrERT. 70
William.
FOR A Iltt'lE IN FLUSHING
St HAlXKnAN Ageney. FlnaMng. N. T,
LONO ISLAND CITV.
3,000 to 100.000 square feet space: enrly
occuponry: will build to suit.
Bridge rhu Bids;.. LONO 11L-11 CTtV.
ROCKVILLB CENTRE Well built house,
four bedrooms, large tiring and dining
Mtfaa. steam hea.t: .girsta. plot 10x110,
choice locaUon, 11,010. SRADBROOK. CI
Maine, ar. y
. Weal cheater Sole or Itent. '
CITY HE1'. lyTATK. , .
. CITY KRAL JraTAYE,
From Datttrr to 141b St., Iiiflnlm
SALE
ItEAL ESTATE OCT OF CVtt.
torit Wind or Itfnt,
Six and seven
rooms, with heated garage and
tflrate driftway. Tapeitry brick,
parquet floora, white enamel trim,
hot water heat, tiled bath and
kitchen. Price It.tOO to HI, 000.
Take Queenaboro Subway train
from Grand Central Subway Sta
tion, direct to the property, on
block from Dltmara Arrnua Sta
tion, and adjoining the new tt-aere,
million-dollar water front park.
8fcktf-8foum
ifaalitr (Ho.
Murray Mil 11D0. Bt Vandetbllt Are.
50 to 750 Acres .
Within 15 Miles
of Grand Central.
We can oiler parcels ot SO to ISO
nerea ranjlnc in price from Sl.OOOtt
IJ.SOO an arm Some of these prop
ertles hare good buildings with all
Improvements and others could be
subdivided to great advantage. All
aro, In good residential sections.
For father pariltvlm apply
5i7 FIITII AVKNtn
Cor. UtU St., N. V.
Vanderbllt 7070.
MOUNT VERNON. Choice restricted Ches
ter Hill residential section; 3 minutes
walk New Havin, Hostfcn & Westchester,
exprea atstlon, trolleys and school; two
2 family semi-detached brick and hollow
tile stuccoed houses, with fireproof heated
garage; everything modern; 1st floor 3
large rooms, sleeping porch and bjith, with
ahower; 2d Door ." large rooms, sleeping
porch and bath, with ahower. and 2 addi
tional bedrboma nnd bath In attios lot SO
200: price 110,000. savings bank mortgages;
118.000; as an Investment can be rented
to net llTr at normal rents; will sell sep
arately with additional land If deelred?
these houses have never been occupied anc
must be seen to be appreciated. Builder,
101 Eltn bt. Telrpbone 2001 Ml. Yerttou.
NEW ROCHELLE.
White Clapboard And Milngle Dwelling.
I rooms, : baths, hot water heat, gas,
electrtcl'y: I larga porches plot 30x100;
very convenient to Sound, elation schools,
A REAL BARGAIN $11,000
Other choice homes, 17,000 to KOO.OOO.
H. C. Kirhofer., Tel. 58.
I! North av New Rochelle. N. Y.
Offlre Open Holidays nnd Sundays.
PELHAIYI HE GHTS
Mlthln 3 minutes ot station
14 Rooms , 4 Baths
One-half aero plot, two-car garage; five
fireplaces; blUUrd room. O inter asking
30,uuu; easy terms.
l'i:i.HA.M
lllli.Nr
THE BEST IN WESTCHESTER
'ESTATES BUKALOWS
PAN MS )CZS C0TTACE5
cooKTtrr plotsw
-HOMES Y
rtOSERT E.FARLEY OnCANIZATXN
IX CAST44?Xr.Ny.C. -
It Atltl! ESTATE.
Dwelling, 15 rooms. Jour (laths, every
convenience! cottage, garage, stables, poul
try house: fruit, flowtrs and ehruba, shade
trees, tennis court: msgnlflcent Sound
view; 4S minutes from Grand "Genital,
Pries 175,000.
FOX REALTY COMPANY
11 East 4Sd St ,
WE can save you 10?t io 10 on borate
if you buy this month.
ItUMMOim
NEW TORK OFFICE. 17 W. 4 ID ST.
New Rochelle Offlce, 118 HUGUENOT 8T.
j Telephone 1141 New mochelle.
(NEW ROCHELLE.
Brick Colonial honft. I rooma; 1
baths, gas. electric light, hot vater
heat; large corner plot; JH.Jao;
terms arrangea. i or uw
other desirable property fee
REYNARD & KRAFT,
106 Hugutnot St. Tel. 1S41.
MOUNT VERNON-CHESTCn .?
minutes walk to ral.rosd and tyllejs.
frame house, 10 rooms, bath and part
unfinished attle; frame rag In rear
with storage room above: cement Boor,
team heat; gas and electrto: eemonted
ee'la with Taundry: lot oOxlOO: pr ce
115.000: mortgage $0,000. Owner. 164 Elm
It. Tlnhone. 01 ML Vernon. ,
LARCHMONT
Beautiful Colonial
a Rooms, t Baths;
fireplace of tapestry btlck. Urlng room.
jotSs- two car aaran: cannot bedupll-
ated for nrlce asked. If you havp loukeu
at many others this one will appeal to rou
0!coU & Eager Tir8y."r?a?Vnii
Al East lid St.
"ALONG THE SOUND
REAL-ESTATE.
Chas. Field Griffen & Co.,
11 Easl lid St Murray 11111441.
Albert B. Ashforth. Inc. country Estates!
....
COCNTRV ESTATES
AND UOltKS .
6al or Rent.
Kenneth Ives & Co.,
1 East 4td Bt ' Mnrrar HBI-
CHAUNCBT B. GBIFFEN AOO,
Wastchester's Usdlng IWsltr Kxpwttv
II East 41lt st Murrsy Hllt-OIM.
ELEVEN room house,
nurtte floors and all
two baths, par
modern Improve-
roents,
beaatiful'locstlon In Pel ham Msnor.
den;
N.
Phone in lorcnoou. .... .
Westchester A Nrr Ceaa,
Pro pert. 411 tTfth Are.
llOUia WITHIN THE UOl'B
ALli Mill".'!',
It, 000 TO 159.000.
1. CLARENCE DAV1ES,
r NASSAU ST. JOHN ,
t WANT to sell my suburbsn hornej bus!
nesi takes me away permanentlyt expreis
a.lr- oulck. convenient and easy ecra
f., nV tS orsnd Central Depots the prlct
U less' nJn It "u cost m. to dak IIUMl
reasonable. C D, Boon ioi, t
N. I.
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