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THE SUN MP NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, ' FEBRUARY 21, 1920. 14 t ) ; E'. j i 11 it j r- f ft 1 m ffl i- s it,. 1' LATEST NEWS FROM REAL ESTATE FIELD. Mnny Transactions Included in Budget of Brokerage and Other Deports. Lawyers Mortgage; Company sold to Dclroso Realty Company, Harry Gold teln president, through Harry Lilly, 70 Manhattan st, a two story brick and terra cotta bullJInc, occupying a trian gular plot, 173.8x193.0x89.5, formed by tho junction of Manhattan st and West ' 12Cth t., at Amsterdam av. The Man hattanvlllo branch of the New York Froduco Exchange Hank occupies the . lower portion.' The upper part was iwed at one time by the city for one of the municipal courts, The building was erected by Lynch & McCoy about fifteen years ago. The present sellers acquired It from the Clarence C. liurke estate last October. ' George Bruce Urnnch of the New York Public Library, adjoining on th west. Is separated from It by u narrow strip a few Inches wide. New' Home for Cnmmeyer's. Cammcycr's, shoe dealers, leased .fpr a long term of years, with renewals, the one-tlmo rcsldenco of Hrig.-Oen Cor nelius Vanderbllt, nt 677 and 67 Fifth nv., between Fifty-third nnd Fifty-fourth Bts., through Clarko T. Chambers. It Is ltported that the rental for the first term will approximate Jl,r00,000. Upon tho site will be erected a six story strua ture, from designs by House & Goldstonc, nremtccts. it will occupy the site, box 100, and will bo ono of the new show places on the avenue. Gen. Vander bllt for tho last 'few years has been occupying one of tho Vanderbllt "twin homes" In Fifth av., between Fifty-first and Fifty-second sts. It is also reported that tho live story American basement dwelling at 1 East Fifty-third st abut ting the Vanderbllt and Hicks properties, lias been sold. Title Is held by tho Jere miah W. Curtis estate. "Thorley" Dura Handing, Charles Thorley, florist, who must vacate his "Houso of Flowers" at the northwest corner of Fifth av. and Forty' sixth st. about 'May 1, has purchased tho former homo of John D. Wing, a five story dwelling, nt 16 West Forty ninth st., which ho will alter to house his business for a time at least. The property Is 25x100 feet, and Is still used ns a dwelling. Mr. Thorley bought the late residence of Mrs. Russell Sage, at 601 Fifth av.. last month through Michael Drelccr for J141.000. It Is likely that In the course of time he will estab llsh a permanent "House of Flowers" on the one time Sage property when certain existing restrictions are removed. Vnn Dyck Studio In Deal. Peter F. Cosley sold for the Lincoln Trust Company and Herman L. It Ed gar, trustees of tho estate of Edith Wharton, the Van Dyck Studio Building, n six Btory structure, 100.5x100, at 939 to 947 Eighth av. : also tho' four story , apartment 302 West Fifty-sixth st. The 1 property forms tho southweit corner of these .thoroughfares. The Parisian res taurant occupies the major portion of tho ground floor. About 90 per cent of the leases for tho Btudlo suites expire next October. The properly was held at $460,000. Healy Buys Corner. The five story building at 75 and 77 Cortlandt St., southwest ccrner of Wash ington st which was reported this week ns being sold to a syndicate of lawyers for conversion Into ofllces for lawyers, ..has been purchased by Jolia J. Hcaly, proprietor of Healy's cafe at Broadway and 145th st. The buyer Is president of 'the Healton Realty Corporation, and 'according to Samuel J. Tankoos, broker, took title to the Cortlandt st. corner from Joseph Welnstock. Tbc structure com prises about 1,500 square feet of ground - space, and the upper floors" will be leased to law firms and to a steamship com pany. The ground floor will be leased to a mercantile concern. Hndnnt Company Sells. White-Goodman sold for the Hudnut Realty Company, Richard A. Hudnut president, the six story loft building, COxlOO, at 115 and 117 East Twenty ninth street This building was con structed by Mr. Hudnut a few years ngo for occupancy. Baldwin & Hutchlns represented the Hudnut Interests and Charles E. Foltz the purchaser as attor ney. Mid town Apartment Itesnld. Irving Judls and Joseph Silverman re. fold to H. J. Wise the nine story apart ment 100.8x108.5, at 166 West Eighty. seventh street, renting for nbout $70,000. The building was erected about three 7 years ago and acquired by the present Y sellers last December from Adelaide Mageath. Fulton Street Purchase. The Broadway-John Street Corpora tion, Ellas A. Cohen president, purchased from the No. 114 and 116 Fulton Street Corporation the six story loft building af 114 ana 116 Fulton street, 51x82, be tween isassnu ana JJutcn streets. The property was held at 3350,000 and was acquired through Joscpi" P. Day as broker. Possession of tho property will be given on May 1, and It Is planned to convert It Into an office building, chiefly for Insurance Interests which have been forced out of the lower part of tho city up to and along Fnlton street. Tills Is the eleventh building In Fulton street , acquired by Mr. Cohen's company within ' the past year, and It now controls a total frontage of 460 feet In Fulton street On part of the property It Is ' planned to erect a sixteen story office - building. In the DjMTittpwn District. Theodore Burt Sayre, playwright, sold to Katzenbach & Bullock Company, Inc., through the Charles F. Noyes Company, the six story building. 21.9x82. nt 44ft Washington street, southwest corner of. jjesDrosses street, now occupied by the Hoffmann-La Roche Chemical Works of Basel, Switzerland, which will more f .early In April Into 19 and 21 Cliff street. '.recently purchased from Frederick n Urown. Jaffray Realty Company sold the two seven story lofts, 100x100, at 127 to 133 Jlleecker street, renting for about ... $36,000. E. Sharum bought from Samuel Silln ..sky 47 and 49 Grecno street, a seven story loft, 48.4x100. Grand and Broome streets. Richmond Rochester sold through John Flnck the five story loft. 37.6x100, or us spring st,, 10 a Duyer, who will . occupy. The Charles F. Noyea CompanytJias ;;sdld for Stuart Cooper and Sarah? L. , Merrell to Christian II. Dleckman 188 Washington st., a four story building, lx45, between Dcy and Fulton sts. 1 1nl. nlf W all I mvnn IT I -. , ' 1Ior?e"f'e ,n,r,0!L,.s'nillcat sold .;-through W. Seybold 300 to 306 Convent r!' """ - u iwo W story apartments, 125x100; also sold 547 to 555 West 186th st., north west corner of Audubon nv., flvo story upanmenis, jidxiuu. J. S. Slaxwell sold for tho Huerta Ttealty Company, Louis Schlechter nresV dent, the six story apartment at 608 "West 135th st, between Amsterdam av. and Broadway, 45.10x100. It shows a cross rental of about 1 14,000. Charles S. Kohler, Inc., sold for Ennls oyuiou, inc., lis lruuaworin av a rtmeat, JT.CxlOO. rentinsnderbm aTu JoTft Jtfos'w; for $11,000, Frank & Silverman, at torneys, represented tho purchasers. The Monterey, a six story apartment building, 100x100, at 41 I'Inehurst at; has boen purchased by the Bsnenson Boalty. Company through I. Kohn. The structure' contains forty-two suites. Charles Qalewekl bought through Harry 'Rogers from Samuel Bookman CioW the trtS apart corner of Broadway and 143d st, containing flvo apartments on a floor. The prop erty rents for $40,000. McDowell & McMahon oold for Mary J. Hooper the three story dwelling, l.9x 103, at 563 West 185th st, to Bernard Shapiro. Nineteenth Street Lofts Sold. The Goroka Realty Company, Dr. 'Moses Goldberg, president, purchased 39 East Nineteenth street, an eight-story loft, 5x100, from Frederick Brown, who purchased the property recently from tho estate of Thomas Adams. Tho prop erty was held at $150,000. II. Kaufman was the broker. John Flnck sold for Jacohs & Livings ton the aeven story loft, 22x92, at 37 West Nineteenth street, renting for $21,000. Activity In Harlem. Harry Goldstein resold through R. C. Davlen, to Georgo M. Swlck, 253; through A. Douglas to Jcanette Charnos, 2C8, and through Samuel Phillips to A. Frnnkel 272 West 113th street, three of nlno three story dwellings recently ncqulrcd from tho Seymout Realty 'Company and the Goldsmith estate. Probltag Realty Company sold to Re vonoc Realty Company through W. H. Caldwell thf southwest corner of Sev enth avenue and 145th street, t,wo six- Mory tenements. After renovation tne apartments will bo offered to colored tenants. Well & Mayer resold to Samuel Shllon sky the Park View, a seven-story apart ment, 45x85, at the northeast corner of Madison avenue and 124th street, through J. Clarence DavlcB and C. C. Dean. Charles L. Nobel sold "2138 Second ave nue, southeast corner of 125th street, a five-story flat, 21x78. Morgenstcrn Brothers' Syndicate re sold the five-story flat, 20x100. at 4 West 115th street, recently acquired. Foot & Martin sold through Louis Car rcau the five-story apartment at 370 West 116th street, on a "L"-shaped plot with a frontage of 50 feet ond a depth along the easterly line of 100.11. John It. Pierce sold for the' Joseph Rosenthal Realty Company 90S and 210 West 143d street, a six story apartment 50x100. Harry Goodsteln sold through It C Davles 258 West 113th st, a three story dwelling, to George M. Swlck; also through A. Douglas No. 268 to Jeanetto Charnas, and through Samuel Phillips No. 272 to A. Frankel. Other Manhattan Kales. K. A. Turner sold 2C West Thirtieth street for J. Helt, also 27 West Thir tieth street, 20x99 each, for Horace S. Ely estate, to a client of E. A. Turner, who will remodel Into stores nnd lofts. Heser Realty Company sold to Samuel Eckstein the six story building, 40x100, at 403 East Ninety-second street. Lawyers Mortgage Company sold to Irving Kempner the five story flat, 25x 100, at 419 West Fifty-third street M. S. Ames sold tho two sto'ry garage, 25x100.5, at -20 West Sixtieth street, to the Madison Tire Company for oaeu--pancy through the Cross & Brown Com pany. Negotiations are pending for the sale of 73 East Fifty-second street, a three story building, 25x100 feet, owned by Harris Fahnstock. Lawyers Mortgage Company sold the five story flat, with stores, 25x92, at 406 East Eighteenth street. Samuel Crossman and D. Gclsler Bold for Nathan Sadowsky to Max Blerman 130 and 132 East Second street, a six and one-half story tenement, 42x100, renting for $10,000 and held at $80,000. E. K. Van Winkle sold to Abraham Dank 85 Old Broadway, a five story house. 26.6x1 20x Irregular. Max Korncr sold through Fried & Krakower the six story apartmenW 50x 84, at the southeast corner of Fifth ave nue and lOSth street. Louis Carrenu and P. J. Flnneran of Dwlght, Archlbalt & Perry, Bold 837 Sixth avenue, a four story building, 20.5x80. The Hammersley flats at 302 and 304 East 108th street, a six story structure, 40x125, have been sold by Louis Gordon Hammersley Trust to Louis Goldstein through Brett & Goodo Company. Hoyal Scott Gulden sold for Dr. George Gray Ward the residence at 71 West Fiftieth street, 25x100, which will be altered for business purposes. nay Tiro Hronx Flats. Axelrod Mortgage Clompany, Teter Axelrod president, sold for the Steb- blns Ileal ty and Construction Com pany to the Margulles Realty Company 1S79 to 1883 Southern Boulevard, near 176th street, two five story apartments and a taxpayer, 122x116, M. Diamondston sold to a Mr. Solomon 1007 Grand avenue, sou(hwest comer of 165th street, a Ave story apartment, 48x100. Other Dnyers In The Uronx. William S. Baker sold for the Realty Managers Corporation to Nevlns & Greenberg'the six atory elevator apart ments and stores, 103.18x89, at the southwest corner of Fordham road and University avenue. R. Rasmusscn oold for H. R. Sutphen estato apartment at 2054 and 2056 Mor ris avenue to Samuel Baron and has been appointed agent for the property. Robert M. Bush & Co. sold for Mrs. Besslo L. C. Delchler of Philadelphia 444 East 147th street, a twenty-five family tenement. Residential Leases. Pease & Elllman leased for Mrs. F. C. Ryder to Capt. R. A. Winn the three story dwelling at 449 West End avenue; also leased from plans apartments In 950 Park avenue, the southwest corner of Eighty-second street, to J. G. Shepherd and Arthur Heine: also In 145 East Fifty-second street to Dr. H. T. Hyman, H. R. Knowltpn, E. Flelschman. N. B. Foster, David Renter and William Knight. Jr. E, K. Winkle leased to Walter W. Hess the five story dwelling at 20 West Sixty-eighth street: also apartments in 156 west seventy-second street to Arthur B. Cahn; In 110 Riverside Drive to Her bert T. Proudflt; In 285 Central Park West to Giovanni Martenelll; In 167 West Seventy-second street to Mrs. Nathaniel L. Gorton: In 128 West Seventy-second street to Richard B. G. Gardner, and In 167 West Seventy second street to Harrison Wright; also apartments, furnished, ih 101 West Eightieth street to Mrs. Emma G. Seattle ; In 314 West, Ninety-fourth street to Samuel A. Greenbaum; In 135 West Seventy-ninth street to J. S. Stern ; In 131 West Seventy-fourth street to C. G. J5u Rletz: In 124 West Seventy second street to Dr. E. E. Cady; In 460 nivemlda Drlvo to ilru. Haltle U Wells, nnd In 269 West .Seventieth street to Ludwlg Llttaucr. Other Commercial Lease. Thomas Ford leased for the Schade' estato to Schwarzer Bros., restaurateurs. tho hre rtnrv ,,IMIn me on.iJ ! the three story building, at 106 Third nvenue, norehwest corner of Thirteenth street, 25x100, and tho flvo story build- re--street. 25x100. for fifteen vearn nt oil I mg aajotning at Hi East Thirteenth afrgregate rental of moro than 9100.000. Louis carrenu leased to the New Eniland Incandescent Lighting; Com pany the foqr story building. 22.2x88, r.t 268 Elizabeth street; also to L. Kahtn four upper lofts In 257 Bowery. E. K. Van Wlnklo rented to J. Jaeo!u & Co. store and basement In 68 West lOfSth stroet Peaso & Elllman leased offices for ine 7 for I Herman In 14 East Forty-fourth street to' Ralph Barton, and for Augusta Prescott, parlor floor in 21 West Fif tieth street to R. Sellgman. Transactions In Ili'opUlyn. ifelrter Builders, Inc., resold tho three story brick building with store, corner Fourth avenue and Baltlo street, Brook lyn, through a Mr, Stowart; alto resold to B. Sternbach, 8620 Seventeenth ave nue, a three story cottage, 40x100. Henry PItrson & Co., Inc., sold 834 President street, Brooklyn, a throe story dwelling, 20x100, for the estate of Charlotte Trowbridge. Bulkley & Horton Company' sold 219 DeKalb avenue, Brooklyn, a three story dwelling, 20x100, to William Bordello. Transactions In Queens, Ten Eyck & Wangeman, Inc., of Long Island City sold twenty-six lots In Mills, Munson and Orchard sts. for Ruth V. Halsey to the Tlsdale Lumber Company; tho two family dwelling at 287 Jamaica live, for Ella Leahoy to Cora K. Day ; two family dwelling at 11 Astoria pi. for Rev. Spencer J, Ford to Marie Jer gensen; dwelling at 929 Boulevard for D. W. Moran to Sidney Amann ; for the Roalyn Savings Bank a four family dwelling at 67 Willow st to Louis Grleco; similar' buildings at 69 Willov t to Henry Glorgettl ; at 71 Willow et to Roberto Rufflnl; at 73 Willow st to Robert Daddarlo and Roberto Sartorlo r.nd storo nnd dwelling on tho southeast corner of Hopkins avo, and Elm st for Frederick S. Stolnmann to Peter Novak. Q. P. Butterly sold for tho notorial Soap Company to Saul Levlno, factory, 75x200, at 93 Fourth st. through to Third st, Woodslde. f Other Ilenlty Ileports. C. H. & It' C. reckworth, Inc., Fold a house and plot In Grcenacres ave., Hartsdale, N. Y., to James S. Alexander, Jr., through Chauncey B. Grlffeh & Co. E. P. Hamilton & Co. sold for Mary E. Hall at 33 New England Terrace, Orange, N. J., to E. Denlson Williams, also for tho Alden Company to (1. S. O'Dell, tho property at 190 Centre st grange, aim lor .iary v,. ru nci Centro st. Orange, to T. A. Rltson. Misses Nash and Kennedy leased fur nished for tho summer residence of Mrs. Agnes De Jahn In Brlte rd Scarsdale, N. Y., to Herbert M. Anderson. Scarsdale Estates, Robert E. Farley president sold a plot In the Oreenacrcs suction of Scarsdale, N. Y., to George Bendlxen. Burko Stone. Inc.. sold the Pred Davis houso at GlfjTord Park, Tuckahoe, N. Y to John It Fisher, Lewis L. Rosenthal Company leased for the Grammas Sweets Candy com' pany 112 Main st, White Plains, N. to the Theresa Waist Company. MURRAY HILL ACTIVITY. Albert B. Aahforth, Inc., sold for Mrs. Ernestine F. Adco 129 East Thlrty-flfth street, a four frtory dwelling, 20x80.5, to a prominent New Yorker who will occu py tho premises at the expiration of the present lease. The Bame brokers have been active In tho Murray Hill section, having recently sold 111 East Thirty eighth street for Arba D. Faxon, 106 East Thirty-seventh street for tho Phraner estate. 39 East Thirty-eighth street for the Richardson estate, and 3s l'ark avenue lor miss Aaeie .Miner. MARKET JOTTINGS. Pease & Elllman have been appointed by the Norko Realty Company managers of 570 Lexington avenue. Shampan & Shampan, architects, are preparing plans for a six story apart ment, 60x107.6, to be erected In the south side of Pacific street, .140 reel east of Brooklyn avenue. Brooklyn, to cost J 150.000. Joseph and Anthony Paterno aro the buyers of the three dwellings, 54x100, at 216 to 220 West Seventy-first street. They plan the erection of a nlno story anartment house. Bronger & Co. negotiated tho sale or the property at 312 to 31B -;ast intr tleth street for Moses A. Kahn and Ed ward Rosenfeld to the .Maalson Square Boys' Club, reported recently. Arthur C. Sheridan will offer at auc tion next Tuesday In tho Vesey street salesroom flvo vacant lots at the south cast corner of Tenth avenue and 208th street, and on Friday the six story loft building at 127 Greene street. Plans have been filed by Georgo Pel ham, architect, for the alteration of the three story buildings at 163 and 167 West Twenty-sixth street, recently occu pled as a church, Into a store and show room for Julius Kossoff. ONE BltOKBR ACTI.VE. H. T. Wood sold for TlalDh and Mltchel d. Ittelson the six stoo' apart ment. 75x100, at 601 West 151st Btrect, to Joseph Freedman; also for the West Park Realty Company the six story apartment house, 75x91, at 189 Clare mont avenue, to a Brooklyn Investor; also sold for tho R. L. P. Itealty Cor poration, Inc., 1). Leventhal prc3Ment, the six story apartment at 217 East 127th street, 42x100, to Isaac Modell; also for the II. W. O. Ppalty Company, Henry W. Gennerlch president, the eight story loft, 25x92, at 13 East Six teenth street. lie sold for the Argonne Holding Corporation, Henry & Mans field president", the six story apartment, 37.6x100, at 109 West 103d street, to Frank Marder. A. I. C. IT- BUYS TIIACT. Association for Improving the Con dition Qf the Poor of New York bought at Eltlngvllle, S. I eighty-four acres. known as the Woods of Arden. The property fronts 1,000 feet along the ocean and extends back to the Amboy road. The society plans to erect 209 modern houses and a home structure similar to that of St. John's Guild at New Dorp Beach. The realty was sold for $125,000 through .Cornelius J. Kolff. ALTERATIONS. Manhattan. UrtOOMi: ST, ns To a atory stow and Ipfts L Ftshman, 200 Hroome st, owner; L A Shelnart, 194 Bowery, ar chitect) !4.S0O MTH ST, 165 and 17 W To a three atory church; J Kossoff, 160 W 26th at, owner; O P Felham, 200 W 72d et, architect; 175,000. RESOIITS. Atlantic Cltr. 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BOOKKEEPING Complete Course 4 Months BY THE "UltOAKEIt METHOD" By special rnquest limited clans will ronTeno Wodnrsday 7 to 0 I. St.. and Saturday, 2:30 to 4:30 I'.M., comiuenr- ta" FEBRUARY 25 A thorough, practical training designed to qualify students to open, conduct and clcco any sot of books. Studonts will bo ablo to enroll In noxt succeeding class In Export Constructive Account ancy personally conducted by Frank Breaker, C. P. A. No. I BROAKEIt St SCHMIDT Public Accountants and Auditors 03 Firth Ave., N. Y. Phone Stuy. 8.11. Open Monday lor Personal Inlertiew ART SALES. TODAY (SAT.) U 1:45 P. M. Special Session Tonight at 8:15 The Valuable Hou sef urnishings and Collection of Rare Art Removed from 1009 nftft Ave. (S. E Cor. 82nd SL) Property of A NOTED .FINANCIER will be sold at Public Auction, at VAN BRINK'S, AUCTION ROOMS 2160 BroadwavS" COLLECTION CONTAINS IN TAUT I Aubusson and Beauvatj Suites, Chairs, Carpets, Covering, Etc., Bronze Mounted French Com modes, Tables, Etc. 20 .VALUABLE OIL PAINTINGS Entire Empire Dining Room (Cost $100,000), Carved Oak Chime Hall Clock, Collection of Curios, Miniatures, Cameos, Antique Jewelry, Etc. Unusual and Beautiful . SALON VAHE8 Real Bronze and Marble Statuary, China, Glass, 'Clocks and Clock Sets, Bric-a-Brac, Lace Curtains, Refectory Tables.Electroliers, Etc. JOItfcNTAL RCttS ANI CAItPETS Handsome Bedroom Suites, Exceptional Portieres. Etscrtplin Catalogues tie tac M, VAN BIUIX, Aittt'f, fan "Stinyler 50." tin AdvertUnhiertl in thti Lust nnd Found columns of TI1E StA' and NEW YORK HERALD offers a real ponibiHi'j recevertfifl vour lost srosntu, i VA ft r OH THE BEACH I yff ABD THE BOARDWALK '(i Wknmxt city filADDQil HML J ?J A"D Vj l?YHAIFrNTF? WA 'WW,,..,. I S3 J( n -Alt?.?-?-nW,.l ' CITY BLffTATE. I. 1 TO-DAY AT 3:30 P. M. AND TO-NIGHT AT 8:15 Notct The Small Miniatures, Silk Arraa anil other objects will bo sold To-Day (Haturday.) Feb. 31, Com. inrnrlng at 3(30 P. M. The Paint ings will be sold at Stla P. M..ln . SILO'S Fifth Ave. Art Galleries 40, E. 45th St. S. W. Cor. Vanderbllt Ave. James I', fillo & Son, Auctleneer EXHIBITION AND SALE OP THE Notable Collection of OLD MASTERS FROM THE FAMILIES OF The Baron of Molise Posta Cavelli, Duke of Civatelle, AND OF THE Prince of Caracciolus Arcella REMOVED FltOM THEIR CASTLES IN ITALY These Authentic and Original Work rt Art Inrlude Examples by such Notable Artists ai , Mantegnn, Fra Angelica, Cnra vagcio, Correggio, Guide Renl, Rlbera, Murillo, Jacopo Palrnn, Van Dyck, Rembrandt, Durer, Holbein, Snyers and other Fins Examples of tho Oldest Italian, Flemish, Greek, Spanish and French Schools AND HAVE BEEN EXPERTIZED Bl I'rof. I. Phlllppls, Heo'y at Museum of Naples! He Itlnaldli, Dlreotor of (he Museum of Napleal IJonello Venturl of Torino: Adolnh Venturl, Director of Fine Arta In Italj ; Com missioner rhlllpp Ctrarlello of Na- files: Com. Itoseo of Naples) Cher. iqtillUrrlotli, Dome: Marquise Clilllo Mntuil, Naples: Count L, I)e I. a Tour. Naples; Emanuel Nlco lette, Iteslorator of the Netlna Memorial Collection, and others. ON EXHIBITION TO-DAT (SATUIIDAY), FElt. S1ST, TO SAIX TIME loday (baturdayj at 2:30 P. M. in PLAZA ART ROOMS, Inc. 5-7 East 59th St. (Near 8th Ave.) Edward r. O'ltellly, Auctioneer. THE ESTATE OF EMIL C. BONDY Has Instructed V to Sell AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION The (Furnishings from his Residence Fortieth St. at Fifth Avenue ronslstlnjcof Fine Flemish Tapestry Panels. special Design i.oinic Wonderful Collection of Suites, a Tiffany Co. Sterling Sllrerware, saion iironres, nuo rorceiaios, Itugs, China, etc., etc. Also the Personal Effects of MR. W. S. COX Who la now residing abroad. With important additions, Consisting ot Fine Oueen Anne and Colonial Furniture In Walnut and Mahogany, Hall and Grandfather Clocks, Andirons, Water Colors, Old China. Books, I'ortleres, Drarterle. etc.. etc.. Including a Collection of DIAMOND ! LATIN UM JEWELBY. ON VIEW TO SALE TISIE Catalogue on Application, g Telephone I'laza 8444. xtisBiTBaiaKiimiBiirmmija (larks' iKls J West 441h SI. SALE THIS DAY At 2:30 P. M. (Closing -Session) A Splendid Variety of Italian, French and English Cabinet Work, Valuable Tapestry Panels, Silver Sheffield Plate. Choice Works of Art. Oriental Itugs and a superb Aubussou Carpet. Fine Paintings and Sporting Prints by J. F. Herring, H. Aiken, G.H.I Bogert and others in to-day's sale. The SaJo will be conducted by MR. AUGUSTUS W. CLARKE REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. JERK JOHNSON, JR.. CO.. Auctioneers, 10? Moutague st., Kroualyn. N. Y. MONEY TO IX) AN AND WANTED ON RONnANMjjjytjrji WAITED iJO.000 first mortgage, new storo property. Dox W, 104 East 14tn. CITY BEAL ESTATE. established 147. BRYAN L. KENNELLY Iteal Estate Broker. Appraiser It Auctioneer 130 uroaavray, iriepnono iw uortiandt. CITY HEAL ESTATE. From Battery to lltli St., Inclusive. riVK story basement fictorj bnlldlna- on Built. van St., containing 39,000 square feet; electric iterator; light on all sides; 18,000 square feet avaiiawe .ijtu 1. juj;, oaiance aepi., 1820; suitable for heavy manufacturing. IIAROLu 11. 5.MUC11. hu uroaatray. stoyreiant lOis. Above Uth St. to S9th St. (Inclusive). East Hirer to North Hirer. Ready for Alterations 57th St. East of 5th Ave. 4 STORY AND BASEMENT DWELLINO 30X100. Frlco, $80,000. Frew and Clear. Possession 90 Days GEORGE S. RUNK Yorkrllle Bank Building. 3dAve.ond&5th8t. Phone Lenox 8133. &14-2lG-218'Weot 19th 3- 5 story tenements plot 15x92, $30,000; could bo altered for lofts. 2flfi West 19th St,- Story tenomont, plot 10.3x02: 117,000. 58th St., ,near lst Av. 4-story browns tone bldg., price $16,000; 7 rooms on floor. OREATEK CITY REALTY CO. 209 BroiUway Phono Worth 3232 IN the heart ot the dty. near 3(th st and Lexlnrton ar.. four atory building, stbuoo; easily converted into business or other build ing; will sell below JM.OOO; quick action. CHAS. WARNER, Attorney. S Broadway. Worth-57. Above 39th fitSth Av. to North River. FOR Rent-Furslsked, four story, 20 foot hoUse. In- West 83th st., near Central Park, completely furnished in magnificent atyle; Idenj home for wealthy, refined family; coo lints valued over 1 100.000; highest references required; posltltely no agents. SELECT, 4C4 Hiu-tleraM. Knltou at. PRIVATE HOUSB HAltOAIN. N'iar ,Uro: daisy sn.1 HA. two t story American oatement nousee. isxiog each mm. price UOjOOQ, mortgage $10,000, poasesslon white; price $11,000; mortgage .7 ooe sil llil'u.T &fU SSD 4 ""il Frm Battery to ltth St., Inclusive. FOR. SALE 47-49 Maiden Lane Between Nassau ond JVilliam Sti OtpoiUa Site Acquired by Federal newrt Bant Office Building 14,500 Net Square Feet Available May 1st, 1920 BING&BING ' . 1 19 West 40th St. Bryant 6410 Brokers Fully rrotected P Above ltlh fit. to 19th St. (Inrlutlve). East Hirer to North Illftrt For Sale Cheap 4-6 West 37th Street 2 Six Story Buildings 43 x 98.0 Certain reasons make it necessary for the Owner of this very desirable property to dispose of it quickly. An exceptional buy. Some space may be had September 1, 1920. ?RANK M. WIDNER, Jr. 527 Fifth Avenue New York Phone: Murray Hill 227 Abore BOth St. Bth At. fo North Hirer. FOR 'SALE OR LEASE BLOCK FRONT East Side Broadway 82d to 83 d Street 804 feet on Broadway ' , 140 feet in depth Two story taxpayer now on property Possession May 'lst, 1920 BINd & BING 110 West 40th St. . Bryant c'tlO Broken Fully Protected. ItEAli ESTATE OFT OF CITY. Long Island Sale or Bent. WOULD YOU like to have a 60 ACRE million dollar water front PARK as a PLAYGROUND for your children? Buy a home in Artetgtj The New Home Colony Fifteen Minnies from Grand Central Snbway Statlan. Five Cent Fare. I0O Homes Now Building. 100 Acres Under Development. Adjoining the New CO Acre Million Dollar Water Front Tark. Above Strth St- Sth Av. .to North River. 21 Year Lease For Sale. TWO SEVEN STORY ELEVATOR APARTMENTS NEAR' COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. NET INCOME IM.000 A YEAR. PRICE 1100,000! HALF CASH. APPLY E. J. CRAWFORD, 1 1S3 Madison Ave. Tel. Vanderbllt 73M. Washington Heights, Above 123th St.. West of th Av. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION J25-427 West 144th St. ' Near Convent Av. 4 Story American Basement, 1! room Private Dwellings, every convenience. Caretaker, or ALEXANDER SELKIN.Mt Prospect ANNUAL rental $21,100; two SO foot flats, M40.000. HESTOX. 817 West 143th. ASKING $13,000; private dwelling In 143th st.; po'sesslon. ntiSTON, 317 West 143th. EXCELLENT condition; good investment: fire story flat, $22,300. HUSTON, 317 West 3th. 10T1I ST.. near sth av. Three story and base ment, 23x93.3; price $30,000; $0,000 cash. rurE, Washington square. ' Boronsh of Manhattan Mlscellaneoas. 10TELS' will build ta rnnr .nlm inn apartment hotel t very exclusive kwu ( ,araciivo lerms. ... AISO Completely furnished hotel for ? fUimeit Dnfl 9 P Tel. SfllO VnHn.hl1r I Q. WRUWI I CJI a WI.,16-17 W. 4i St." is v" II.XEOA1N-F1VE STOItY 20 FAMILY COE VlMRtfi tiDtPC MrVWI. otimt.fl TlT-i 1' a'l0 -OllUn?) liAlUlK llKa nnnirmW",aaM'u'u "UOM . 1170 M SlllA BJ IV Sk e EXCEPTIONAL house, SOs; big bargala; P. R., 822 Herald, tzs.wu; do brokers. Herald square. Borough of Bronx Sale or Rent. BECK ST., BRONX rear St. John sr. Two 8 fsmttv a bandings; rentals $4,300 each; price 323000 no. HOE AVE.. BRONX near Jennings st,-Fonr atory brick; all In. prorements; price $30,000; rents $8,000 GREATER CITY REALTY CO.. 2W Broadway. Phone Worth xa FOR sale New I atory walk uo; rem m i.i'Ea.?',.?0' ,0Kn owner- S"i..QK Borough of Brooklyn 8Jt or Bent EAST 18TH ST., FLATBUSH Three store, six fsmtt. kniMi . ... ... OtW; renu$i830. " PUTNAM AVENUE, B'KLYN GREATER CITY REAT.TV m 1 "rosdosy. Pho. Worihw. D RO WN atone, 1 atory, basement rr..i' denunear the P,-k; 7o mbutH' flrat floor mahoeanv. u,,,j -r, CITY KKALI8TATE. I CITY ItBAL ESTATE. AAIVI H J C1TT B.KAI. ESTATE. rrom"nttry to Kth St.. Incluilrs. I Above lh St. to BOth St. (Inclusive) East River to North River. AboVe 89th St th Ar. to North Hirer, REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. Long Island -Sale or Kent. Six and seven rooms, with heated garage and. private driveway. Tapestry brick, parquet floors, white enamel trim, hot water heat, tiled bath and kitchen. Price 110,000 to 112.000. Talcs Queenaboro Subway train from Orand Central Subway Sta tion, direct to the property, on block from Ditmars Avenue Station. Send for photographs, floor plans and particulars Brokers protected. 3Rtrkert-lroum Bealto do; ' Tel. M array U1U 1100. 52 Vanderbllt Art. Borough of Brooklyn Sale or Bent, MODERN FLATBUSH HOMES JOHN REIS CO., 803 FLATBCSH AVE., BROOKLYN. Telephone Flatbush I40O. CORNER bath and Bay 13th sts.. Brooklyn": bus ness snd dm h.. wn.. L' zirr"'B Borough of Queens Sale or Rent. AT BICIIMOND HILL 80UTH. Sjtti ,Tie ""en t. "L" mirked av. to Greenwood iv. naia one block oath. TJMim ti :i Ot,. 9flO f-U.t r .i-" 7.-' ' '-"Mice u rumiiy Homes completed. $8,800. office, lorn igg'igSSa: wiVal SSfd Tr.,Ju,S. ffl.'. fMt- K. . ni l mm Splendid location on ail line. t . .Portation to MTiS $ JOHN A. HAPELYE, JOHN M. PERRY Broadway. Elmhurat. aRT- TWp story building and dock at P.T. River, about 31.000 square feet ua. if LEMKE INC "'fo', Cvran- XAUER f . -i OOT OF CITT. I-ong Island Sale 0r Rent. A REAL HOME FOR $10 009 Send for nartlculara of a new Coint.i brick dwellln,, with garage. Shlch can h2 purchased for $10,000 on esiy terms r?? quet floors, white enameled woodwirk hil t the city. Flv. ninqt-a " York.- Room , "r. rW ,ZT,!ii" - tSJ. CEDARntJRST. L. I. House .,, Dlstlnctlro Homes Now Heady. . FAR HOCKAWAY.-Ilouse, Ttltn 1, rrS"'!. near ocean. V,.' jtiA-i..,' or ......... ,,f-r WTB 01083. 70 Lenox av. ---- aaaiiiruj. 1110 ITWay. N. T. Exceptional hargaiia .- m, .ortn Whore. MOVE IN SfAnn:' i A dlstiactlte Colonial duelling, seven rooms nnd three baths. Will be ready for xumct y hrch l; would cost 23 mir, if Sbff bouw hail tot been contracted for prior t renl ed. vjnecs In Mitt of building' materials: rin Isrca lint at Garden Cllv l-.tat- . i. eJ.'V rsprert. Toe tnrther detstla and snpojnt-ajst .ttiuVct call ihona VL II. i Wi&'VJtii? m t. etwjf Vtatetttot tzisT J I; II 1 113 Kill long Island Sals or Kent, City Estfeffe, NEW HOUSES J Ready for inspection 'Office open Saturday afternoon, Sunday Ac Monday, j ili.V' 'J"U"' " uciuii Mia, I'roDtrtr Boulevard H lotion. R0CKVILLE CENTRE E.lV.IIennlnf i.opp.tfln. for sale we hi, J WeMeheater Sale or Kent, THE BEST IN WESTCHESTEft g STATES CSS BlMttlOVS lAt MS JO. COTTACIS COUMTfrV Y"J PlOTSi -H0MB3 Y ACRIAOI H0SEITT E.FAlUEyOnCANI2ATl0N rMlleiClifMiVI FOR A Home or Building Site COME TO MOUNT VERNON, N. Y. Edwin W. Flskc Healty Co. 14 BEPOT FLACK UfE have some big bargains In New "Rochelle, l'elham and . Larchmont, NEW YORK OFFICE, 17 W t:D 9T Tel. 7323 Murray Hill. New Rochelle Office. 221 HUdUEXOT st I "ALONG THE SOUND" REAL ESTATE. Chas. Field Griffen & Co., It East tU St. Blurray HUl-sttl. Westchester and Suburban Connecticut Properties. J. F. McKEAN, 542 5th Av. unu,iAViwu, auuso jubi completed, i rooms, 2 bathsi garage, steam brat; ul station: restricted neighborhood: niM., I inuvuMtm bi& uiunuia ku, inerrtore ost I .W,UVW. UUUUH, AUCBJlOe CHAUNCEY B. GRIFFEN & CO., , Westchester's Leading Realty EiperUi 18 Esst 41st st. Murray 1U11-M3. NEW ROCHELLE.-Cbolre & selected nwb, MUMS, ilDNB, fl.VW IV OW,UW X UD. O'CONNOR REAL ESTATE AfiENTT 221 Hngqcnot at. Tel. Ml ,w Kotui SALE house, S master tedrooms. 2 txt&i. vant quarters: hot water beat; open tl Pisces, uanaivooa floors, t.. i!U(U3.LLt Jinj. i BALE T room house, bath; InTraedlste ixnit, I .iwi. .u.vw. u nnmartLu isrryioffa. a, j. An Aat'crllsemcnt in the Lost oil Found columns of THE SUN and XEV YORK HERALD offers a real najil&lw. 0 rccoi'cnnjr your tost property. New Jersey Sale or Rent. CALDWELL. N. J.. has room for a few more deslrihle fimtlU f:uall houses are scarce', but those who are 111 position to constdir purchasing really dr!nl bouses at prices ranzlnc from SS.OriO ta Ijimi can find eome choice offerings la the.rritttcM srriran or me vxa tnat are listeo eieluilte'i wltb THE WEST ESSEX REALTY CO. (INC.), 207 DInnrnflrM r This comrnnr Is nmicd of emm of Wit I'jc men organlicd to nromote the ittlfar. of it. toWii. Write or eall and tell ua wnat joti rut We are hi a position to "heln run lo invn It lid. 110 Cahlirell. Open 23d Wasbliit' I ii.iinuar. EIDOEWOOD, N. J.-.Medcrn home, aval.'abk-1 Msy 1. beautiful realdentlal rwilon Ivnl I sU'); 10 rooms. Iisth and sun mora: carsretwi I cars; oesuiuut snane trees, stinitrtfrj sua ; i nni-ie t-aruen; nouse ana rnra;e on iv: vn frrntage on main thoroughfare, rnrailnc Ki ft I deep, wltb another frontage or 112 feet a I street. In very fine restricted Ioftln: boov I ail garage, plot 212i223r $1U,000, or entire I earaie im.wv; acioat waiting time to oeitx ronr minutes, joii.n v. knowltox. 43W Rldgewood. N. J. UEAUTIFUL MODERN HOMES. Sit and seven room houses, all Improve ments, nicely located In the best section c' I'Altsades Park. Morsemere. Leonls m Rldgefleld Park, now ready for occupincr Trices $6,700 to $8,500; (easy term KERRIGAN, Broad Av., opposite Boroail Halt near Central Boulevard, rallsnlei Park. Phone Leonia 984. ENGLE WOOD, N.J. LTStS H. Wcatherby & Co.. EngleW,NJ. nfmisriivtfiitn inrAr.Tv itAIitiAI.Nil. EBW. 8. nitOWN. Shafer llldg.. Rutherfsn).. 'WO 6 room houses, tiled bath, stesn I Ifrat. eaa and electric, nsrauet HMD, I Juat completed, ready for Immediate, of; I euDancv: Dlot txl60: nrlce $7,000. HENIj I SCHNAKENBERO. Rochelle Park, .V Tel. Hackensack 20I7-W. Connecticut Sale or Real. BERKSHIRE PROPERTIES Have you any for sale? Do you wish to purchase? si v .wntrven 10 E. 43d 6t. Tel. Vanderbllt FARM of 100 acres, 20 minutes rro I home; 8 room house; fine barn ano.v i on high ground; price $25,000. WEED I ivtKU. uurnncton Arcaae. i Conn. - acres on aprlng red lake; n room baths, double sleeping porch, , 5 ms; rooms; 3 .car garage; price .iP", , . gage 125.000 a.t 6 per cent. WEBB WEED. Stamford. Conn. Phone FOR Sale f mi in "inenejirr. (.odd.; acres; price $4,oco. xiituuuuu - FARM. 25 Sun-Herald. " . . j..a-.i i. .. r.nit Found columns of THE S UN A.N D S YORK HERALD offers a real possW of recovering vour lost property. Florida Sale or Rent. FOR SALE Florida Hotel Business OPEN ALL YEAR Sixty-three rooms, 18 with bath, hot and cold runniw water, steam heat, wen .u nished, attractive lobby on Jacksonville's busiest street. Five year lease $500 montn, option five more. January business over $3,500 roofflj only, profits will run 1. vonrlw TTnvo other DUSt': ness. Wiil sell lease, furnlsn ings, fixtures, etc., sixteen thousand dollars cash. A" swer P. 0. Box 157, Jack sonville, Fla IIUY and ell-A clearing houre for s!l fI, rnral and snburbsn propertif. HORN, rt vi est ui in. EAStTDDt Farm nnrrnlns In SS If'r. free. h!Zliz2i rutalegn Lost An Advertisement in rat Found columns of Till! S'V .dirt YORK HERALD Offers c rr. o recovering yovr lost fropeny. . iaiUMMONr ' FARJI PROrERJJSi--; jii