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THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, " FEBRUARY ' 17, 1920,
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BLAMES DIVIDENDS
FOR PHONE DEFECTS
Public Service Commission
Says 0 PCr Cent. Policy Ib
Clicrisbcd Too Dcnrly.
equ i pmext Overtaxed
State Assembly Also Hears
About Present Shortage
of Good Operators.
SfltM to TUB SEN SfD NEW YOBIC IltlUI.D.
Albant. Feb. 16. Bad telephone Ber
Ylco In New York is duo largely to the
fact that the corporation which serves
the metropolis has ''cherished too dearly
lis vHey of a fixed annual dividend ot
8 per cent.," tho 1'ublli Scrvlco Commls
nlon Informed tho Assembly to-nlKht.
Tho report was made In answer to tho
challenge that unless tho commission
explained why nothlnjr was being done
to tmprovo conditions demands would
tr made for. an investigation of the
officials.
Tho telephone company should bo
nilllns to forgo to some extent tho es
tablished returns on Investments l(
necessary to reconstruct Its servlco and
Invite permanent returns in the future,
the commission reports. While, somo
progress has been mado toward Improv
ing conditions, tho commission states
that "a considerable further period of
time will be required with tho utmost
diligence to make the service efficient."
The general feeling of unrest Is a fac
tor In the conditions Which try the
p.itlenre of New York residents day
after day as they try lnraln to get an
tuers to their calls. The commission
states:
"Tho operating forco may be to somo
extent affected with a letting down of
discipline generally complained of not
only In the United States but in all the
countries lately at war. It is doubtful
whether the Interest of tho operators in
their work and their seal In its perform
ence especially among the recruits, Is
S3 great as existed among tho moro ex
perienced employees beforo the war."
Relating its story of investigations of
the telephone situation, tho commission
lays
"An analysis of tho causes of the
breakdown of a Bcrvlce formerly regard
nl by the public as remarkably efficient
and which was tho prldo of tho com
pany soon disclosed that no single rem
(dy could bo applied unil that no com
bination of remedies could be made Im
mediately effective. In order to restore
the service to Its former condition there
must be applied tho utmost efforts of the
company, aided and stimulated by the
commission, for a considerable period of
time
'The principal causes of all of tho
difficulties are an Insufficient number
of operators, inexperienced operators
and Inadequate, equipment
"During tho period of tho war the
Government determined that tho tele
phone business was not an essential In
dustry an.l prevented plant development
to a ry large extent until January,
1910 In this period the increasing de
mands on the tervico absorbed tho en
tire reserve plant, if they did not over
tax it. '
NAMES GUARDIANS
' FOR GIRL HEIRESS
Trust Company to Care for
Miss Tilford's $2,000,Q00. ,
ertol 'it Tiik Sun ab New Yoek Herald,
'iosiie.v.X. Y Feb. 1. Surrogate El
rooi O- Smith to-day appointed Sirs.
Isabeilo W. Tllferd of New York and
Tuxedo Park guardian of the person ot
her daughter. Miss Annette Tllford, and
the Farmers Loan and Trust Company of
BABY GAINED
NEW STRENGTH :
Father John's Medicine Built Him
Up After Serious illness
"After a serious illness 3 years ago
my boy was left very weak and delicate;
ind would get the croup very easily
o we started to give him Father John's
Medicine and he improved as you see
"to in this photo, (age five years)
which we are nroud of. This is his
lat. 1 . . .. ,j
.. - , y ' -; J . .
ana we still give him Father Johns
Mtriirin ,. !, v,. . '.li r .....1,f !
auvi!
ivise mottr n.v.V In K
"iner John's Medicine." (Signed)
Harry D. Walker, 587 South 11th St,
Newark, N. J.
To build new flesh and strength after
""ns Father John's Medicine is of
sreat value because the pure food ele
wnts it contains are easily1 taken up by.
weakened system. No alcohol, no
w.gerous drugs. Has been used for
over sixty years. ' '
FETTES COLLEGE,
cluINBURGrl
A W.Ut MEMORIAL FUND Is now mrnn.
'oiloWms'",b5't.ProPO":d t0 apply 10 e
SVwf.'l1!3.,0' Fetteslan. w
tilcl,. ,' ? i1,ble'1 I" the War to"b
fM at tte, and or. at a Pre-
.J."y ".''10l with a view to nro-
"ling subsequently to Fettea.
(e) To
th TrB.t. V".." "
;ians who were wain j.rt n, ,
" I JIB ID f el
in their health . . ... . . 1
In! the yvlr n c0n,e,'uene9 of . rvlca
M) r?.FVt tatlhtT "llnce aa the
la? i! T'ly i,.eler""' " he caae ot
lJt.K'1" wh" have either
tr 1S1 vbnej,,,ed b' r were eligible'
lor the benefits under (b),
W"" of ,he Fund " "lous to
P"'ns with due quallflca
( t, whora this asslatanca- would be
f.Jch lienors ihnnM
mc'5lay,,Secrr,fr3r' wh,wl 'Ornish full
iicuiars. All ecniunlinf Inn ttlll
s strictly confidential.
?.rJ" of he Trustees.
- u UUWH1LL. lion. Secretary.
2;, Bu Andrew Square.
EDINBURGH.
New York guardian of tho young woman,
In the ,cara of the bequest left to her by
her father, tho late Henry Af. Tllford.
Mr, T-IIfonl died last year leaving a large
estate. Tho appointment of guardians
for the person and property of the young
woman was made on her, petition to tho
Surrogate,
Ily.the wilt of Mr. Tllford tho daugh
ter Is to receive tho Income from f 2,000,
000 until sho reaches tho age of 40 years,
when she is to receive tho amount abso
lutely. Tho petition for the nppolnlment
ot the guardians states that Mlsa Tll
ford la more than 14 years old.
SUES EASTMAN KODAK CO.
riiotoKmpIila .Supply Denier
M'niitx flt.OOO.OOO Domnire.
Ope of several suits resulting from
dlssolutlonf tho Eastman Kodak Com
pany as a monopoly was brought to trial
yesterday In the United States District
Court before Judgo Julius M. Mayer.
Tho plaintiff, Julius U Lewis, a dealer
In photographlo supplies nt 522 Sixth
avenue, neks $3,000,000 damages, con
tending that the Eastman Kodalc Com
pany's monopoly deprived him ot tho
opportunity to deal In cameras and other
photographlo commodities. John II.
Stanchlleld npp'cared as counsel for the
Uastman company.
' John . I'ollurd Oct Job,
Washington, Fob. 10, John G. Tol
lard, a Virginian, has been selected by
President WIlBon as a member of tho
Tcderal Trade Commission to micceed
Joseph E. Davles, who resignod to niako
the race for United States Senator in
Wisconsin against Senator Lcnroot.
StudcntN to TnUo fliui Test.
New Haven, Ccmn., Fob. 16. Thir
teen students at Ynle University have
volunteered to tako carbon monoxide
gas tests, which Trofessor Yandell
Henderson In making to dctermino tho
proportion of automobile exhaust gases
whloh safely may be In tho air of the
proposed Iluduon Itiver vehicular
tunnel. --Tests will be concluded on
March 7.
1'nrU Hoarse Trading.
.IVAnts, Feb. 1C Prices were firm on
BouAje to-day. Threo per cent, rentes,
DS francs 40 centimes; exchange on Lon
don, 48 francs 36 centimes; I per cent.
Iran, 87 francs 70 centimes; dollar, 14
francs 21 "4 centimes.
London Money Mnrlcct.
London, Feb. 1C. Bar sliver, 83&d.
an ounce; bar gold, 121s. 3d. Monoy,
U per cent. Discount rates Short
and threo months bills, C4 a 5 13-16
per cent. Gold premiums at Lsbon, 140.
ENORMOUS BUILDING
PROJECTS PENDING
Figures Compiled by F. W.
Dodge Company Indicate
Breadth of Present Activity.
Accordinn to statistics compiled by tho
F. W. Dcitgv Company an enormous
Increase in the volume of contracts
awarded for now- buildings In the dis
trict north of tho Ohio River and cast
of tho Missouri River is noted for Janu
ary, as compared with previous years.
Tho total last month was $235,548,175,
wheh Is far In excess of any year since
1910. Last years total was $50,731,000,
which can hardly be used as a fair com
parison on account of tho upset condi
tion following the signing of tho armis
tice. The greatest activity In any Jan
uary during the past decade was In
1918, when th aggregate amounted to
$152,005,000. It mus,t be borne In mind
that a large amount of the projects were
for Government tlrw Thr, fnllrm-intf- flr.
ures of contracts awarded are Interest-
ing:
ing:
Number New floor
of (pace in
Classification. Prnlorrs tin. ft. Valn&Mnr..
Business buildJnrs .. S15 1S97.400 LU.TK.saa
Educational huildlngs.. H 5,451,5(0 11.030.SOO
Uojpltals and lustltu-
tlons 30 250,500
Industrial buildings... 6:4 ls,5sO,40O
Military and natal
bulldincs 11 E.oon
3.041.3)!
9l,"ll,00
:,747.(X0
S62.600
Public buildings 33 U3,'M
none works nnd pud- ,
l!c utilities 301 37.SM.5M
lie ll!ous .ind memorial
bulldlmrn 40 313,400
Residential bulldlncs .1,954 11,775,500
.Social and recreational
buildlnss 7 1,177,30
Miscellaneous 1
1.5.14,000
47.727.4S
5.60S.5A0
5,000
Tottl . 3.971 233,N.175
Following are the contracts awarded
In New York State and northern New
Jersey during last January. Thai total
Is more than three times greater than
any corresponding month slneo 1310:
No. New Floor
ot Spare lrt
Classification. ProJ'ts. Sq. Ft. Valuation.
New Buildinrs 131 l.tll.100 J5.W.6O0
Kducatlonal Jiulioims is w,m
Hospitals and Institu
tions I0.NV
Industrial Bulldlncs.. 119 e,6C9,0OO
Military and Naval
liiiildlnors 4
3,313.400
333.2)
57,H,50O
1.821.C0O
2S0.000
19.3S3.450
Public Buildlnsrs 6
Public Works and Pub- .
He Utilities
Religious and Me
morial Bulldlnirn.... B
Residential Bulldlncs. 401
Social niul Recrea
tional Buildings 13
41,900
11,fXl
S.6M.600
183.300
165,000
10,Ks!ooo
932.400
. Total 761 I79.M3.950
Contemplated building projects re
ported during January in this section
aro as follows:
, No. of
Classification. Proicts.Valuatlon.
Business Buildinrs 31" $:t.054,WO
Educational UulUltwrs r.t
Hospitals and Institutions.... 12
Industrial Bulldlncs 214
Military and Naval Buildings 4
Public Bulldlncs 17
Public Works and Public
Utilities 73
Religious and Memorial Build- .
(,563.400 ,
j;7-nn
25,958,500
inari
833.000
26,481.000
3.C6S.000
uosiuenuni uuuuuiKn ........ w
sodai and Rocreationai Build- .
lnrs
Total l.l I112.SMW.100
PENATAtlUIT POINT OFFERING.
Tho one time holdings ot the Molten
hauer estate, comprising forty acres, at
Penataqult Tolnt, Bay Shore, L. I bor
dering the Great South Bay on two sldea
and a thirty foot canal on the other, are
to be cut up Into home sites and offered
by tho Armstrong Realty Company.
Spring building operations aro already
under way and it is expected to have
several houses completed by April. Pur
chasers nro permitted to have their own
architects supervise" construction. An
advantage of 4he location as an all year
residential section is that tho tempera
ture is said to be cooler- In summer and
warmer in winter than in tho city. Tho
property Is, one of the- few remaining
shore fronts within commuting distance
available for development.
3UT. SINAI HOSPlTAIi rivAirs.'
Mount Sinai Hospital filed plansiyes
UrAttv throuirh A. W. Brunner, archi
tect, for a seven story hospital, 201x74, !
to cost 1700.000. It is to be erected In
the .cast tilde of Fifth avenue, between
. t.i e
N'Inety-nlnth and 100th streets, occupy
ing the- space in front of the present
building;
AUCTION IlESULTS YESTBIIDAY.
f AT It VESEY STRldET.l
Dy Joseph P. Day.
BOWERY. SSI, 4 sty bid. 19.1x101. Si sold
to the plaintiff for 1S5.000.
By Bryan U KeAnelly.
9THAV. J07H and 09, 2 2 sly bl.Ic-. 13.2x
103.10: sold to Isaac . Sollander arrfl
Samuel Drown for (15.400. .
By Ileory Brady.
ID AV, 1X5, n s cor ot 107th st. 3 sty bids,
15xl0; sold to plaintiff tor 110,500.
REALTY MARKET
NEWS AND GOSSIP
Budget of News Includes largo
Varicy of Properties in
Metropolitan Zone.
Yesterday's budget of brokerage re
ports, included ft number of interesting
properties, While nono of them were
spectacular, either as to size or nmounta
Involved, fitlll they wcro sufficiently
diversified in character to Indlcto the
breadth of the market Lofts, apart
ments, dwellings und other cjasses of
structures are Included In tho sales
cloaed, und practically every section of
tho city Is represented. Tho suburban
sections havo received a temporary set
back, owing to the recent storms, but
Inquiries aro being rocclvcd from
brokers In all districts near tho city.
Unfurnished houses tire scarce, though
thero uru somo furnished dwellings on
tho mnrket for the summer season.
These, however, are; rapidly being taken.
Hrokers report that within a few weeks
there will be a diclded shortage of all
classes of dwellings,
liny Three Warehouses.
William Crulkshank's Sons sold for
the estate of Joseph Naylor to Abraham
Sahadl two flvo story warehouses at 68
and GO Greenwich street, 62.lxl09.6x
10(1.5, and another at 61 Washington
street, abutting, 23.4x58.4x61.10x22. Tho
two buildings In Greenwich street aro
leased until 1922. After this date tho
buyer will occupy.
Ilcvrnt Downtown Sales.
George Ehrcth, president of the Lily
Cup Company, bought from tho Broau-
rwny-John Street Corporation, Ellas A.
Cohen president, the five story building
at tho northwest corner of Fulton and
Water streets, 20x33x Irregular, to bo
nltered for the buyer's business. Cam-
mann, Voorhees & Floyd wero
the
brokers.
Charles F. Noyes sold for George'
Sanborn, trustee of tho Martin estate,
to Slgsbee Graham tho four story build
Ing at 111 John street, 20x26. The
property has been placed in charge of
the Noyes Company.
Charles F. Noyes Company sold for
occupancy for Max Marx the six story
building at 1 and 3 Jacob street, 40x65,
to Samuel Lewis of Lewis & Rosenthal
for oscupancy.
Lexington Avenue Transactions.
Isaac Elkus bought through Solomon
Stern the two three story dwellings at
415 Lexington avenue, northeast corner
of Forty-third street, 22,4x90, from the
Chelsea Leasing Company, and No. 417,
adjoining, 19x90, 'from the cstato of
Milton H. Robortstn. Stanley Wolfcon
represented the sellers.
L. J. Phillips & Co. sold for Anna M.
Eagan the four siory dwelling at 461
Lexington avenue, 20x65, adjoining tho
northeast corner of Forty-fifth Btreet
The buyer resold the contract to Mrs.
Catllna F. MacManus, owner of the
corner property, who will alter into
stores and apartmenta
Maurl'co Werthelm sold for Henry
Keale the four story dwelling at 463
Lexington avenue, 20x70.
Divelllnun Just Sold.
L. J. Phillips & Co. told for the
Clark estate 27 West Seventy-third
street, a four story dwelling, 22.6x102.2.
Brown wheelock Company represented
the sellers.
Pease & Elllman told for Mrs. Emma
P.TauTT tho three story dwelling. 17x72,
at 67 West Ninety-third street.
bouglas L. Elllman & Co. sold for the'
ertate of Charles J. McGourkey, Samuel
D McGourkey. executor, tho four story
dwelling, 23x100.10, at 6 East Sixty
ninth street, to a 'client,' who will occupy
upon complexion or alterations. Tho
asking price was $135,000.
. PIaza Realty Company Sold for
Howard Taylor 19 East Sixty-fourth
street, a four Story dwelling, 22x100.5,
to Mrs. Ethel Hoffstaedter of St Louis.
Frederick Brown bought from Sarah
E.' Allen 0S7 West End avenue, a live
story dwelling, 16x85.
Mldtown Lofts Sold.
juiius Tleman & Sons, Inc., sold
through Manning & Trunk to Irving
Judls and Joseph Sllverson tho forty-
nve loot, eleven story loft at 49 and 51
v est Twenty-fourth street. The' nron
erty was held at S375.000 and rents for
aDOUt 575,000.
I. Portman purchased from Nicholas
tella the eight story loft at 3fi and as
East Twentieth street, 40x92, through
juies -Nenring, inc.
i snarum bought from Herman
LakrTer 41 West Twenty-flrst street, u
seven story loft, 25x9S,9, through John
r hick.
DraU on "VVonhlngton Height.
Alexander Solkln sold for (Morris Rose
... ".. u ,il i i-menursi avenue,
Buuuiwesc corner 178th Btreet, a six
mury apartment, I30x92x; irregular,
renting for about $35,000.
B. Grossman sold to Joseph Shcnk
the three five story buildings, 200x100, at
865 to 869 West 180th street, northwest
corner of Northern avenue, containing
seventy apartmenta, renting for $48,000
aim neiu in. oou.uuu, inrougn B. Harris.
.Yiiaaieooro Realty Company, Joseph
Tuchman president, sold.to Augustus H.
Schmidt, the "Kershaw." at ls.t st
Nicholas avenue, adjoining the southwest
corner 173d street, a six story apart
ment house. 75x100. Tho property yields
J26.000 in rentals, and waa held nt
J152.000. Joseph Q. Abramson. attor-
t""ii icureseniea Hie Duyer.
26,(03!mo I Isadoro B. Geller, .with B. Dubln, pur
'!!" ehascd from the Libras Holding Com-
17'ww,nanv. Tnr. thfl flvn stni-v onnfmn rn
, a. -w.J uu, 14V,l, UVX
100, at 510 and 513 West 147th street,
renting for $12,000. Sol Lewlne and B.
Luskin wero tho brokers.
Operator Active.
I. Portman sold to Nclleu Brcnnnn
through Charles Berlin the Riviera and
Hudson, two Ave story apartments at
624 to 630 West 139th street, 100x100 j,
also sold to the Wlans Realty Company
711 to 717 West 180th street, two flvo
story apartments, 100x100; alRo to a
client of Louis Fine 34 and 36 St. Nich
olas place, two flvo story apartments.
75x100.
' Purchases In Ilarlem.
Moses H. Rothsteln purchased for
Cohen & Alperowltz from John W. (Mln
turn tho five story apartment at 19 West
114 th street.
Butler & Baldwin, Inc., sold for Mary
A. O'Brien 8 West 115th Btreet. n flvo
story tenement, 25x100, to Anna Reich
inrd. u. M. Folsom & Co. sold for Robert
Rennert the three story dwelling, 16x100..
at 3uti west, li'otn street,
man. N
to I. Zucker- j
Samuel' Cowen sold 8 East 133d street-. '
a four story two family building, 25x100.
Kurz & Uren, Inc., sold for Samuel
Strasbourger 117 Weat 137th street, a
five story flat,' 25x100.
Other Manhattan Sales.
Tlie 465 Fourth Avenue Corporation I
(B. Lake. E. nnd B. Greene, directors
will nk nver th. ftv.(n Kyji
19.6x80, at that address. The owner of,
record Is Herman Buchtenhlrch.
Al, Edclsteln. E. Egan and J. W.
Clancy have formed the 218 and 220
West Forty-sixth Street Company to
take over tho two four story dwellings,
35,8x100.5, at thetVaddress, near Broad
way. Title to the realty Is held by
Catherine Blssell of Baltimore. 3Id.
Tho four-story flat, 22x77.8. at 910
Sixth avenuo has, been purchased by Leo
Ho.stcln from Sara T. Nlchol The
buyer owns 913, giving htm a frontage
of 44 feet
Jeon S. Altmaycr sold for A. Itosenr
bin tho four-story business building at
1429 Third avenuo to M. atuck, tenant
for many years,
Manhattan and Bronx Company and
Sisca & Pnllldano sold for Metropolitan
Trust Company tho six-story loft build
ing at 1945 and 1947 First avenuo,
40x100, to Arthur J, Scssa.
Isadoro B. Geller purcltased from Jo
eeph. Shenlc 69 to 61 Nagle avenue, a
five-story apartment, 60x125, renting for
514,000. Sot Lewlne and I). Luskin
wero the brokers.
M. Forman & Co, sold 21 East Seven
teenth street, a five-story business build
ing, 25x100, for Benjamin McnahalL
Philip Weinberg' sold tho elx-story
apartment house, 40x100.11, at 69 East
102d street
y Buyers In The Bronx.
Shaw & Co. sold for Mr. John D. Mc
Barron and Samuel Webster 1786 Wash
ington avenue, a six story apartment
62.6x109, Tho purchaser was repre
sented by Handwcger, Konovltch and
Balllngton, attorneys.
Moses II. Bothsteln sold for Lampert
Estate, Inc., to Max Klein, tho five story
apartment at 1021 Bryant avenuo.
lCuns & Uren, Inc., sold for George
Bellar 4280 and 4282 Vlreo avenue, two
two family dwellings, 22x90 each, and
havo resold 4280 to Mrs. Grace Carroll.
t
Brooklyn Sales and. Lease.
Howard C. Pyle & Co. sold a resi
dence, 37.(1x100, at 116 Willow street,
Brooklyn, for Mrs.- Jarrifj H. Crary to
II. Bernard Coombc.
Harry M. Lewis sold for the estate
of James Cromble and others tho two
two story dwellings at 583 nnd 685
Baltic street, Brooklyn, to L. R. Realty
Company, Lazarus Rosenberg president.
A ono story garage now under con
struction by tho purchaser adjoining will
bo extended over this plot, .giving it a
total frontage of 153.4 feet.
Clinton Trading Cotporatlon sold to
Carlo MIgllna tho two story detached
building nt East Twelfth street Brook,
lyn, 20x53.
Realty Associates sold 32 nnd 34
Troy nvenue, Brooklyn, a dwelling, 20x
100 ; 102 Meserolo street a three story
storo nnd flat 25x40x100 : 921 and 927
Pulton street and 480 nnd 482 Waverly
I nvenue, four story dwelling, store and
flat. In EMftnn street .and two dwell
j inga, storo and flats on Waverly avenue.
to Irving Warner. They also sola 131
Qulncy street, a four story dwelling, 40x
100, to George Levcnson through B. Cot
ron, and 14 Wolcott Btreet, a one story
frame dwelling, 25x100, to Patrick D.
Walsh, through Mrs. Margaret Sachs.
Melster Builders, Inc., purcliased from
Samuel Salway threo four story flhtfl at
1492 to 1500 Bedford nvenue, Brooklyn,
102x9", through J. Goldberg.
Charles Partrldgo sold tho residence
at 2218 Glenwood road, corner of East
Twenty-third street, Brooklyn, for 11
Llppman.
Henry Pierson & Co., Inc.. sold 187 St
John's place, Brooklyn, a threo story
dwelling, 20x100, for Sadlo Dougherty,
Henry Pierson & Co., Inc., sold 33
Lincoln place, Brooklyn, a, three story
and basement, 16.8x110, for A. F. Otto.
Elgin Construction Company. Inc.,
Louis Jakobson attorney, purchased
from Jerome E. Walker tho three story
brick dwellings at 1073 to 1079 Rogers
avenue, Brooklyn, through Schwartz
& Jakobson.
B, F. Knowles Company resold 31 and
33 Lynch street Brooklyn, three story
three family houses, 51x94x irregular,
for A. Goodman.
United Business Exchange leased for
Israel S. Sherman garage, 125x100, at
56 to 64 Hopkins street Brooklyn, to
Meyer Lasky, for ten years, at $8,400
per annum.
Other Kcnltr Jleportt.
Joseph F. Day sold to Frederick
Brown, for the New York, New Haven
and Hartford Railroad, I S. Miller
agent tho property known as the West
chester' apartments, In Huguenot street
Centre avenue and Westchester place.
New Rochelle, a flvo story apartment
for twenty-four families, 95xll5x irreg
ular. r Joseph E. Merrlam sold for D. Frank
Dnkln residence on Gregory avenue, Mt
Klsco, N. Y to Euston Edmunds.
Plans have been filed by Walter E.
Verity, contractor and builder of Far
Rockaway, for the erection of two two
story housc3 on Beach Fifty-first street,
Edgcmcre, Lw I., for Mrs. J. Naftal.
John Crawford sold eighteen acres
and a remodollcd house, known as
''Castle Taylor," at Green Farms, Conn.,
for Henry M. Hoyt to George I. Tomp
kins. Cornelius G. Kolff leased for Mrs.
M. Badennhauscn tho residence on St
Paul's avenue, Staplcton Heights, Staten
Island, to A. Gunther.
NOTES OF TH1J MARKET.
Shampan & Shampan, architects, have
filed plans for a four story garage at
154 and 156 East Fifty-third street for
the Amelia Herman eState.
Frederick Brown Is the buyer of the
Yale & Towno Building at 9 and 11
East Fortieth street, reported sold last
Sunday,
Peaso & Elllman have been appointed
managers of the new apartment at 2532
Broadway.
Michael McBrldc, tenant, is the buyer
ot 311 West Thirty-third street, re
cently reported sold.
William Pierre Jockln has been ap
pointed agent of the Francis Emory
Fitch Building, under construction at
136 and 13S Pearl street, through to
102 and 104 Water street. Scott &
Prcscott. tho architects, announce that
tho bulldlne will bo ready for occu-
pany on May 1.
Chester J. uyrns has been appointed
receiver of the property at 1662 Park
avenue pending foreclosure proceedings.
James H. Crulkshank Is tho seller of
the southeast corner of Pearl and Beek
man streets to the Lebertan Corpora
tion, reported in Tue Stiff and New
York Herald last Sunday.
SALE OF DANK DTJILDING.
As reported in Tub Son and New
York Herald last Sunday, the Harrlman
National J3ank property at the south
east corner of Fifth avenue and Forty
fourth Btreet has again changed owner
ship. Through Towneend Horner of
Horner & Co. and Georgo Howe Charles
Newmark purchased tho property from
Robert B. Dula. It is known ns 527
Fifth avenue and has a frontage of
elxty-flvo feet In the avenue and 106
feet In the street. It la understood that
the property was held at $2,750,000 and
has an nnnual rent roll of $250,000.
Jt. T. Wood represented the seller and
Morrison & Schlff the buyer.
NEW INSUrtAJTCB BUILDING.
Plans havo been filed for a twelvo
story olTlco building for tho exclusive
use of Insurance companies at 73 to 79
Maiden lano with an "W to 9 and 11
Gold street. It will have a frontage of
101.4 feet In the former and 31.4 feet
in Hie latter street. Rebecca A. D. W.
Swope, Mary E. E. Wendel. Georglanna
A. It. Wcndel and Ella V. E. Wcndel
are the owners and tho 75 Maiden Lane
Corp., Leslie It. Palmer president, tha
lessee. A. F. Gllbertls, the architect.
estimates the cost at $1,630,000.
COMMERCIAL LEASES.
Charlcs F. Novcs Comnany leased for I
T.Mh T7 1 . n nr 77e.)1fv PamhmIIa-
" ms .ttnd offlcc3 in is East Twiritv
T.m ".!,5..raJit.Twnty
" v-uuinmuuro uiesa uom- ,
FIVTi'li 5" 5mf,2y: F'led
wivnwi A'ttuilU WUlll
nany, II. Roeenbloom & Co. and ad
dltlonal space to Henry Edclsteln nnd !
Sidney Greenoaumi also a floor In 4
Llspcnard street to Samuel Snitzcr: floor
in 50 and &2 Iranklln, street to Success
Postal Cnrd Company and In 373 Fifth
avenue a floor to Walpole Broa. Inc.
Rico & Hill leased for tho Robert C.
(Company two bulldlnga on tho north-1
west corner of Greenwich And Liberty
streets at an approximate rental 8 of
$76,000.
Henry Jlof lias leased store and bane
mcnt at tho northeast corner of Third
avenuo and Sixteenth Btreet to tho
Capital Paper Company; also store at
150 East Twcnty-scVcrilh street to Ellas
P. Rubens and Frank ChemloWskl, a loft
at 023 Third avenuo to Josephine Car
pentier nnd loft nt 218 East Forty
first street to Frank Brand.
Peaso te Elllman leased offices In 71
West Thlrty-flfth street to the National
Catholic War Council.
J. Arthur Fischer leased floor at 608
Sixth, avenuo to Uolzman Bros., top
floor in 111 West Forty-eighth street to
Mr. Kramer nnd stored at 101 West
Forty-fifth street to Arthur D. Sohl.
Harvey Bloomer leased a storo in the
Oregon apartment at 163 West Fifty
fourth street for William II. Hall and
R W. Francis and vfns the broker in
the lease of the four story building at
west 125th street for Johu H. Van .
Tine to tho Hygrado Clothing Company. I
Plaza Realty Company leased a store
nt 27 East Sixty-fourth street to George
Tabac.
Nonotuck Silk Company nnd the Cortl
celll Silk Company leased through M. &
!. Hess for ten years from 1922 at an
aggregate rental of $1,000,000 the store,
basement nnd second floor, nbout 50,000
square feet In 134 to 146 Madison ave
nue, northwest corner of ljhlrty-flrst
street
Samuel It Martin leased to Leo Aro
neck tho north store at 2173 Eighth
avenue.
Hnggstrom-Callen Company leased to
the Beaver Milt Sport Field offices In
1974 Broadway.
RESIDENTIAL LEASES.
Plaza Realty Company rented unfur
nished apartments as follows: In 104
ust Fifty-seventh Btreet to A. K. Mlck
ler and Edwin Garrett, Jr.; nt 13 Gra
mercy Park n studio anartment tn II. P.
H. Reld ; In 29 West Forty-elghth street
to same client; In 969 Park avenue to
L. M. Levetto; In 27 West Flfty-sixth
street to H. L. Werner. The same broker
rented the following furnished apart
ments: In 375 Park nvenuo to II. L.
Van Praag; at 405 Park avenue to Dr.
U. Davis Stewart; In 129 East Eighty
second street to Mrs. David McAlpIn
Pyle ; In 749 Fifth avenue 4o"Mrs. Will
iam H. Force; In 178 East Seventieth
street to .Mrs. Samuel P. Hinckley. Jr. ;
In 471 Park avenue to Mrs. Lorlllard
Spencer; In 10 West Fiftieth, street to
Lansing Tevls; in 103 East Eighty-
sixth street to Henry Bohtyi; In 43 Eaat
beveniy-saxth street to J. Salnx; In 17
tsast Fllty-fourth street to Miss Yandell,
nnd In 15 West Fifty-fifth street to Mrs.
E. W. Arnold of Tuxedo.
Pease & Elllman leased apartmenta
In 1049 Park avenuo to E. N. Stone; In
565 Park avenue to Raymond Lesher ;
In 158 West Fifteenth street to Mrs. M.
Devcrcux; In 3 West Fiftieth street to
H. Seligman, and in 318 West Eighty
fourth street, furnished, to I. V. Zna
mensky. Maurice Werthelm leased apartments
In 61 West Forty-eighth street to Harold
McMahon, Mrs. Daisy P. Ralll and J.
L. Barnard.
NEW I1UILDIXGS.
Manhattan.
WASIUXOTOX ST. 427 tb 420-Kor an 8
atorj fsclory ami warehouse, GOiSO;
S VVfll. 101 Franklin st, ovrntr: G A K
Blum, 003 5th ar, architects; lia.OOO.
Bronx.
ELIZABETH ST. n w cor Klngr av, 2 sty
brick dwelling-, 31x27 It; Llord .White.
Mlnneford av, C I, owner; Karl F J
Setfert. 153 E 10th at. architect. 18.000.
OAl.VSnOllO AV, a w-Cor Roberts nv. 2 sty
terra coua awiK. i.uo it; uavot ueauv
Co., owners, Itlrtiard H. Arnold. 28S7
Mlddlotown road, prca; Anton Plrncr,
:06 Westchester av. architect. 17.000.
LIEUIG AV, w x. 100 ft 36Iet st. 1 sty
hollow tile frnrage, 1 S.Gxl 6.3 (t, Do
minica and Giuseppe Vaccaro, St I West
Broadjjay, owners; A Vendrasco, 61
Washington So S. architect. 11.200.
ROBERTS AV, e a, SO ft w 'Jlahon av. J
2. sty terra eotta dwlgs l;i36 ft; Rnvos
Realty Co, owner; Richard H Arnold,
2JS7 Mlrtdletown road, pres; Anton Plr
ner, 20S9 Westchester av, architect,
314.000.
UNIVERSITY AV, e a. 89.20 ft n Tremont
av. 3 sty DrlcK dwlr 2JII6 it; wm Ij
I'helan, Inc. owners; Wm I. Fhelan, 2(4S
Ryer av, pres; Moore & Lnndsledel, 3d
av and KSth st, architects, 310,000.
ALTERATIONS.
Manhattan.
BOWEtlV. 217To a 6 sty tamt and sir;
M ulnsoerg 132 iBowery, ontier; P Bardcs.
2.10 (iMtid nt, architect; ffl.CAl.
LEXINGTON AV, 6J and 68S, to two 4
aty dwellings; J. ncKer, premises, owner;
J Geacheldt & Cn, 142 E 43d at, archi
tects. 130,000.
MADISON AV, 44S and 450-To two 5
sty dwlgs and office; Almy Realty Corp,
141 llway, owner; A Jtcrtln, 34 W 2Sta
st, architect; S4O.00O.
PINE ST, 84, to a 5 aty apartment and
stores, 131 Water St. Inc. 60 Wall st,
owner: L S Weeks, 101 Park av, archi
tect. 320.000.
5TH AV, a w cor Uth st. to a 3 stv restau
rant anu uctqry; Rothschild Realty Co,
93 5th av, owner; W A Hynd, 221 W 10th
st. architect. 33.300.
6T1I AV, 5?.' and 6IU-T0 a 3 aty hotel and
sir; a uoitueo, premises, owner; J J-labor
2S Av A. architect: 13.000.
1DTJI (ST. 110 E-To a 5 aty dwlg; V K S
crosny et al, fuiinebeck, Y, owners;
11 V Ilartman, 123 W 10th at, architect;
1 20, coo.
63D ST, 119 and 121 W-To a 3 sty dwlg;
ueserai opeedotnetcr nepair o, 01 w 63d
st, owner; Architectural Corp IS E list
St. architect: S 15.O0O. t
T6TH ST, 311 W, to a. 4 aty atable: It
Schnaler, 209 Vf 71th at, owner: W Mor
tensen, 209 W 7Cth st, architect, (3,500;
Bronx;
OLINVILLE AV, 2528. 3 aty frame dwell
Ing, 22x32 ft; Onofrla Dl Denedltto. on
premises, owner; Randolph J Johnson. 38
llalnton av, Yonkers, architect, J1;000.
187TH ST, 1, 3 aty frame store and
dwelling, 19,10x53.3 ft; Elisabeth Mlrlnlo,
on premises, owner; M W Del Gaudlo,
2755 Crcston av, architect, 11,500.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Washington, D. C.
GRAFTON HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Room with running water, $2.00 per day
Room with Private Bath, 'S3JS0 per day
AMERICAN FLAN
Room with running water, $5.00 per day
$30 per week. For two, 35 p-- week
Room with Private Bath $7.00 per day
$45 per week. For two persons. $70 week
nuiies ot x-arior, nearoom ana uath.
Summer Season Saronao Inn; In the
Adirondack!. Cottoses for Kent.
IIAltltlNOTON -MILLS. PROPRIETOR,
Burlington Hotel
American nnd European
nOUELIKE, CLEAN, PERFECT OUtSlNH.
SSO Rooms with Bath, $3 to $3.
FIVE MINUTES FROM EVERYTUINa
Washington. D. O.
TYPEWRITERS.
TYPEWRITERS RENTED
Non Visible. 3 Mo. 15; VUlbles. 3 Mo. JT.W op
Initial Payment Appllea If Purchased.
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE CO.. INC.,
119 Broadwiy. at Worth St.
(Tel. 1401
20 B. 13d St.. opp. Madison Ave. Franklin
iiu i iriiwimi..: p auii A.NUt.
10 Barclay lit.
Tel.. 47H Barclay.
FOB HALE
A real Paisley shawl, net a mark or'staln.
In the best of condition! over 70 years old.
Box 20. Kamas, Utah.
DIAMONDS, bought, sold, for cash only.
Estates bought. BENNETT, 171 Broad.
way (upstairs).
FOR Sale Genuine antiqued mahogany bed-
room set. refectory table, English library
furniture. English lloniai secretary and 11-
i"" cucb?"S.. Pde,,; d t
ICO. East 02d, between 10 and is
Call
No
dealers.
FABM PKODTCX.
HONEY.
Pnre Extracted Honey, direct from Pro
dncers. Either Clover or Buckwheat
nvor. I Pound Can, 11.00: lb. Pan,
11.15; 10 lb. Fall, 11.10: delivered by Parcel
Poet to your door. Agents wanted. TUB
DEROY TAYLOR CO.. Newark. New Torlc
qik ttai
v pnvaieiy. to r.
war, entrance ttth.
Long Island,
Hotel
Garden City, Long Island.
An exclusive American plan hotel with
a la carte restaurant for motorists.
NAUIIEIM BATHS
IIVDnOTIIEKAl'V ELECTItOTIIERAPy
Under competent medical supervision.
Frequent electrlo trains from I'enn. 8ta.
Special Winter Rates Nov. to May.
J, 3. ANNIN CO,, rropi.
winter vacations
are often Impossible for the buay man
or woman due to the necessity ot keep
ing In dally touch with afralrs. YOU
can have both a winter vacation and a
winter home at tho Hotel fihelburne,
DrlKhton Beach but 3D minutes from
Wall at. and Times square. CoBey.
steam heated rooms and suites ranging
from 10 to J2G weekly for one and two
persons aro still available. Inquire
NOW about tho advantages of tho
bracing aea air, un parlors, open fire
places, Ac Spend YOUIt winter vaca
tion at the
HOTEL SHELBURNE
'Phone At the Sea End of Ocean
800 Coney III. Parkway, Brighton Beach
Crystal Lake House, Sji ?.
Very desirable reoms, aun parlor; home
surroundings; 45 minutes from Now York.
Westchester.
O T IS la
IS Minuits from Crand Central
CO electric trains dally. City con
veniences In tho country. Winter
sport a Q rill Saddle b.orsoi Dally
concerts Dancing.
IIOTI I. OHAMATAN,
Ijiwronre l'-rk, Hroiuvillt", N, V
Qeciney Ifarm Hotel
WUITX FLAI.N N. I.
XDWAUD U. CRANDALL
Open All Tear
Private metor bus aervle wltktut shir ft
, Atlantic City.
HOTEL
CHELSEA
Occupying; entire block ot
ocean front In the fash
ionable Clielica Section.
100 bed chambers with private baths (fresh
and sea water). Hlfh clasa orchestra, cafe,
srllle, Ac. French chefs. Golf privileges.
Autos meet trains. Booklet. Open all year
J. II. THOMPSON & CO.
ROYAL PALACE
' y?V IlATt-t .- V1"alE,C ,fK
otvitve BeacK. ATLANTIC ClTY.N.J.
C0NVEHIEMTT0ALL AMUSEMENTS
ScaBalhs. DictmWien.Orchcjtra
Capacity 600. Open, all the Tfear
ZywanJ. HdtroasjSeeytff
HARLES
EON THE OCEAN FRONT
ievm stor jco of real
rntnlnrt luttK ai
V. . l 1 Hill m
ronmant cf distinct refin-
UTBMTUIKaTZI)MS kailco
Edward tXnosttatVntr
xiotet
Often Aromrfiat ?ht "YnaA
TBI LEADING RESORT BOUSE OFTUE WORLD
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
TM NATION'S HBAL.TU SHQt
HEALTH IO CrriCICNCY
X Getmiclie Clloite sni Cltin Sireea
Bs Doit. He Dirt, laaumersble Outdxe
Rccttitbei sn loieef Entettilnneott
OvatnilB UutrrmcDt Julih White IcScciCt.
ATlrrriCCITY,N.vJ.
ATvAmfTiican. Plaa Hotel
of MnriiaRaruj RealConvfet
PIRB PROOF OARAOX.
'HOTFI
AiLAiuC till FtoEPKOOF
Ocean Front. Unusually attractive dur
ing Winter and Early Spring Seasons.
Luxurious lobbies, restful sun parlors
and superb music. A palatial realdencs
for those seeking rest nnd recreation.
AMERICAN nnil EUROPEAN PLAN8.
(Pennsylvania Ave., does to Beach and
SteelPier. central lor.ttar. .iZ?Tlr
I Capacity SCO. Privats baths, running
water in rooms. lTator. ate. Winter
I terms. Booklet Albert II, Darnell
"HOTEL
BLACKSTONEJ
Virginia av. at Boardwalk
American and European plan.- Hot and
cold sea and fresh water baths. Sun par
lor and every comfort. Open all yar.
DAVID BERO, Owner and Proprietor.
GRAND ATLANTIC,
Virginia ar., near benchNnd all attractions:
capacity txsi; a strictly modem hotel; private
balh, running water In roomi, elevator, &c:
notable table; 14 up dally: special weekly; bus
meets trains. Hooalet. W. K. SHAW.
Let us make you feel nt home In tha
City
or Rubust Health."
Hotel Morton
Ocean and Virginia av. Capacity 250. Ele.
Vatot-. prlvnte baths. Ac: always oven.
THE WILTSHIRE
Virginia av. and Beach: capacity SSO: pri
vate baths, running water, elevator. Ac:
American plan. If up dally; special weekly.
Booklet. ,
SAMUEL ELLIS.Owner. N.J.COLUNS.Mgr.
THE PENNHURST
Ocean and Michigan nv. Always open.
Every appointment. WM. R. HOOD.
HOTEL CONTINENTAL
Alsrars open. Altrays ready. Terms fed
erate. 'Phone or write M. WALSH DUNCAN
PHILLIPS HOUSE
iDsttts at., near -Beach. X. P, Palms.
iff
Atlantis City,
r W aim tii p. cnADnwAii
AtlD THE BOARDWALK
ATLANTIC CITY '
f IDDOi ill I
HOSPITABie-IIOMElfKB,
h ALWAYS 01
ffi,frt
Iaberrood. N. 3,
LAUREL HOUSE
LAKEWOOD. N. J.
' REST AND REFRESH YOURSELF in
the health-giving pine air of Lalcewood.
Completely equipped Hydro-Therapeutic
Department in the Hotel. Abundance of
pure drinking water from our own deep
pioneer spring. Booklet, "Down Through
the Yean," on request. First clats Ameri
can plan. Noted for; excellent cuisine
and social charm. Auxiliary heating with
open wood fires. Stock Exchange Broken.
ANDREW J. MURPHY, Manager.
LAKEWOOD 1 the Plnea. (0 mltea frera
expresses of the N. J. Central Railway. For
booklet, Including hotel lnformatloa, ad.
dresa TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE. Lakewood,
Asbury Fork.
MONTAUK. 13T P.?!?
Day rate, 33. Frl. to Mon. (3 daya), l
North Carolina..
Southern Pines, N. C.
December to May. Ideal climate; finest roll.
Miscellaneous.
TOtiniSTS' Agency; accommodations secured
Manll Ores. Feb. 16; bank rerereacca. 723
Howard ar.. New Orleans.
INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, SCHOOLS.
LECTURE
COST AND FACTORY
, ACCOUNTING
KY
Frank Broakcr, C.P.A., No. 1
Founder of tho Certified Public Account
ant. Profession in tho U. 8. Secretary of
First Board of C. V. A. Examiners.
WED., FEB. 18, 7 P. At.
Factory Controls Application of Over
head Charges Elimination or Stock Tak
ing Qualifying for Supervisor Positions
Verification of Ccst of Production, etc., etc,
Invitation to attend without obligation
of any kind. Seating capacity llmltod.
To Insure reservation, telephone or call
IlttOAKOt A." SCHMIDT,
Public Accountants and Auditors
03 Fifth Ave. StuyM-sant 831
i.uv,l,-72 Park Ave., bel. 3039 Sl.
FvaminationS
Z& wSuhi 4 "Su... m lUiests E..n.
New lcr
ji.4t ucijaui.ns.
ACCOUNTANCY.
New Mid-Winter Classes are now formlnr,
day or early evening sessions. Writs for
helpful booklet, "Your Post-War Oppor.
tunlty," and Bulletin :l.
PACK PACE. SO Church St.. New Tork.
V MESDF.UOISELLES Rt.ANClIARD. French
fo'irM"; hlg'ieot recomnieadatlon. 51 East
lh. Ilase S7A
BAUAED
Thera are still some va
cancies in our day Secre-
j-mjrjciAVT tarlal class. Register Now.
aUnUUl Central Branch Y.W.C.A.,
" fllO Ix. At.. at 5S1 St.
EVERYBODY Learn popular Instruments;
silccess Riiaranteed: course to. HOR-
TOX'S. 143 West 30th.
TKACIIER for vtrr liackwanl bor. IS ears old.
" tew hours ctery day In retumfor milntenaace
nnd some pay; references exchanged. 1X1 West
lonth at.
DANCING ACADEMIES.
DANCINO CARNIVAL,
66T1I ST., NEAR BROADWAY. ,
THE ST. NICHOLAS RINK. '
Dancing Every Afternoon and Evenlnr
Splendid Music by Marimba Hand.
ART SALES.
(larks'
L, West 441h St
NOW ON VIEW
A Splendid Variety
of
Italian, French and
English Cabinet Work,
Valuable Tapestry Panels,
Silver Sheffield Plate,
Choice Works of Art
(to close) estate)
Sale Commences To-morrow
at 2:30 P. M.
The Salo will bo conducted by
MR. AUGUSTUS W. CLARKE
.1 One Dav'i Sals in Our Vfiptr
Galltry ot Uttul JIouieAold Furnishings
3ENJ. S. WISE, Auct'r
ITI tell at rubltr. Avttion
in the WISE AVCTIOS BUILD1SO
428 Columbus Ave., S,t,-TO-DAY
(Tues.), 10 :30' A. M.
A Splendid Assortment' ot
Furnishings from the
KEMBLE, OLIVER
and ERLE ESTATES
Upright Pianos and Talklnc Machines,
Bedroom Sets. Dining and Living Room
Furnishings. 'Brass nnd Wooden Beds and
Fine Bedding, Dressers, Chlffonlers,Couches,
Easy ChMfs., Rockers, Carrots, Lace cur
tains. Draperies, Chlnn nnd Olassware,
Brlc-a-Brac, Pictures, Electroliers, Bewln?
Machines, etc. A largn and well selected
MOTurlliieul ui fut lilaiilliKH la, Iiiim cttnuttiuu.
NOTE: 100 DOMESTIC RCfiS
In Wiltons, Axmlnsters and Velvets, with
uoo.i (.arpets, som lo-aay nt i i'. .m.
praters and llouttktptrn should attend.
INC
155. E. 135th St. and 150-151 T,. 125th St.
New York's Largest AuctlomSalesroom. Kst.ISM
Today nnd Wednesday, 10:30 A.M.
"EXCEPTIONAL FURNISHINGS
REMOVED FROM
Tlie Lincoln Safe Deposit Co.
and Manhattan Storage Warehouses
Sohmer Upright and
Standard Make Pianos
Period Furniture in
Mahogany, Ivory, Walnut, Maple and Oak.
Persian and Domestic Rugs
Hangings and Paintings
Dressing Cases. Chiffoniers. Bookcases,
Ilall Standa, Crystal and China Cabl
nets. Extension Tables, Wardros.es.
Copper and Brass Ware.
GEOSQB 11 ERLE. Auctioneer tnd Appratitr.
2H
a
ART SALK8.
ON'VIKW TODAY 0. A.M.TOlOr.MV
AT THE RESIDENCE
44 Weat 55th St N. Y. C
IMPORTANT
EXECUTOR'S SALE
i:s r ATI! op Tin: latk
MARY MAXWELL
DV ORDER Ol'
TIM! COI.ITMnlA TRUST CO.,
EXEOUTon, 60 U'WAY,
I have been directed by the
executor for the abovo estate
to sell at unrestricted auction
THE FINE FURNITURE
AND EXPENSIVE
APPOINTMENTS
Contalnod In the above residence.
Including Handsome Iteceptton,
Dining- and Iledrooin BuIIm, Rich
Draperies, Oil ralutlnfs, etchings,
l!ntralnrs, Persian Hugs A Carpets,
Nllver, China A Glass, Hooks, Coins,
Medals, Minerals, Jewelry and other
Taiuauie euecis.
SALE DAYS TOMORROW
(Wednesday) & Thursday,
Feb. 18,A 10, at 11 A. M. each day.
C. B. CLARKE, Auctioneer, S
OFFICII & OALUtlUIIH, 18 E. 50th St.
THIS DAY & TOMORROW
AT P, M.
t AT THE
Keeler Art GalleTj
12 Vesey Street
BY ABSOLUTE AUCTION
AMERICAN & FOREIGN
Oil Paintings
Including Fine Examplea by .
Roht. Minor On. Armdetit
Jasper P. Cropsey H. M. lllooduood
Albert Illnrslndt Wm. Morgan
Thos. P, Crllllu V. Schofer
i. II. Heard lea, T. Cowray
Thos. Moran Geo. Inness, Jr.
and many others equally noted.
GEO. V,. KEEIXR. Auctloueer
REAL ESTATE AT APCTIOX
JEaFrjOIINSOX
103 Moataguo st.. Ilroulilyu, N. Y.
JOSEPH 1. 1AV, Real Kstnte, Auctioneer,
07 Liberty St.,' X. Y. Phone Port. 744.
T
CITY , REAL ESTATE.
Real Estate In all Ha branches.
18 EAST 418T ST. 407 HltOADWAY.
From Battery to lllli St.. Inclusive.
SEVEN STORY CORNER
BUILOINO ON LAFAYETTE
ST. FOR SALE. AN OPPOR
TUNITY. BROKERS PRO
TECTED. SEVEN STORY BUILDING
BELOW CANAL ST., EAST OF
BROADWAY, 50x90; SPRINK
LERS? DELIVERY MAY, 1920.
HENRY TRENKMANN, 187
LAFAYETTE ST. PHONE
70G0 SPRING.
! 70 MURRAY ST.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
POSSESSION MAY 1, 1920
4 STOnV & 11SMT; 2JXJJJ
Wm. H. Whiting & Co.
41 PARK ROW TEL. flOOO COKT.
J-731 WASHINGTON Sf.,
Near BARCLAY STREET.
4 STORY BJSiinESS B LD1NG
42x77. PRICE, $72,500.
Possesssion May, 1921.
I. B. WAKEMAN,
SOLE AGENT.
150 Broadway. 'Phone Cortlandt 778.
COMPARE THIS WITH
THE JUILLIARD SALE,
9-11'WHITE ST.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION.
1714x100,
5 Story & Basement Building.
WM. C, WALKER'S SONS
Hi BROADWAT.
Abovo 14th St. to SOth St. (Inclusive),
East River to North River.
-BARGAINS.
ROADWAY. BELOW 11TII STREET.
7 story store and loft building. RENTS
I1R.SOOI very low. 1'HICIi $133,000.
VICINITY FIITH AVENUE, lBTH
STREET. Sloro nnd loft building.
BENTS (71.000. TRICK $110,000.
8AME VICINITY. Storo and loft bnlld
Ing. RENTS 2S.OOO. Clear Income
over expenses 1 7.000. MORTGAGES
S78.50O. I-RICE $140,000.
VICINITY FIITH AVENUE AND I3D
STREET. Store and loft building. 10
yenr mortgage. RENTS 123,000. PRICE
9150,000.
VICINITY FIFTH AVENUE. SSTII
STREET .Store und loft building.
RENTS f$3.000. PRICE $560,000.
Also other desirable properties.
H. T. WOOD, 220 .BROADWAY
COLUMBIA COLLEGE LEASEHOLD, FOR
BALK, ten Tears to run, with renewal prlvll.
ego; a fire story American basement house, 80
feet dAp. 10 reams and S baths, hot water
heat; building thoroughly modern; arrangement
and appointments perfect for prlrato home; lo
ration, 48th at., between 5th and Gth avs.;
noisesilcn July 1, 1920; huestraent $25,000.
HAROLD- 1!. SNYDER. 810 Broadway. Stoy
tesant S7.
EI.r.VKX story loft bnlldlng, aliore 3d, near
nroadway, ailOOj 9il rents C0.000;
price $315.000. SHAlHMt. 170 Broadway.
IN THE 30'S (Pcnn. Zone),
75x100, : story building, suitable for stor
age, printing concern, garago or cab
station: prlco )135,000. mtg. 130,000.
SU WSOH & HOBB3. 163 West 73 St.
IN tho East 50's. two 19 ft. dvvolllngs.
suitable for remodelling; rapidly growing
neighborhood, prlco for both 160,000, or
will sell separately, with possession,
DOUCLAS RIBBONS Si CO.. t Coat 15th
tt. Vandorbllt 610. i
S the heart of the itypor -1'lh et and
I Lexington av., four story buildl;. 50x100:
1 easily converted into buinc'is o;' other build
lug: will soil balow IM.OOi; quick action.
C1IAS. WARNER. Attorney. 353 E.-oidway.
oriii -Ji.
SEVEN story loft building, above 30th
St., 3JX98.0; rents $15,611: short
leases: prlco 1100,000. SHAHUM. 170
Broadway. -
TRBMFJJDOrS BARGAIN.
Downtown cerner; rvat M.SO0: price 135.500;
about $10,000 rath; will pay 13 pc' cent, net on
Investment.
DCROSS, 155 WEST 1ITU ST.
STH AV. CORNER,
near 18th St.. 48x100; four story building;
old rent 115,000; possession obtainable;
mortgage $105,000, 5 years: price 1175,000.
MERCER, 368 WEST 33D 3T.
11H story lott building, 100xS.,
above 3d St.: 1932 rents (100.000;
price $535,000. SUA HUM, 110 Broad,
way.
$5,000 CASH
will buy 1 story garage, bet. Broadway and
tth av., below 65th et.: prlco JH.00O, ba.
nnco on mortgage. SLAWSON as 1IOBB3,
II West 72d at.
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