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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1920.
19 16 STORY BURRELL BUILDING IS RESOLD Business Structure nt Madison , Avc.'nnd 33d St. Changes ' Hands Again. . DWELLING MARKET BRISK Taxpayer on Upper Broadway Corner Brings Rental of $3,000,000. The sixteen tory Burrelt Ilulldln?. nt tfis twrthMs corner of Madison av. and Tbjjty.thlrJ t, was resold yesterday thrown Bjrrte Bowman by Benjamin Wbttr to the Itochello Itealty Corpora. Hon, Jiwb Durst president ' Tho struc tsri covers a plot 20x160, and Is one of tM b!t Improved pan Is In Madison st, returning a gross rental of J1S0.0OO rear. JIr- Winter bought tho build lr. itveral months ago from tho IMll rM Holding Corporation. Loton II. ason president, which erected It cifht years ago. Stroock & Stroock rpresnteil tii bnjera and Starr U E. Gosscrt the seller, as attorneys. Broad ar Taxpayer Leased. Robert M. Kern and Jacob Amron Intei through Wm. B. May & Co. from Charles L. Ilernheimcr the three story tupaytr at th southwest corner of Brosdn-ay and Blghty-flret St., 76x104. ;r tenty-onc years, with two Tcr.tvals fr Jltnllar periods, and the rental in th rtregate wlil Involve about $3,000,000. Samuel M. Reiss represented the lessees ajittoraey. Sell Kdlnbtiraii Apartments. II. .Morgenthau, Jr., Company sold for the estate cf Emile Lyle to the Tcrran, Realty Company the three five storj louses k.iown as the Edinburgh apart ments, at 111 to 11G Kast ElBhty.flrst t', on a plot 100x104.4. All the leases Sale of Vessels by the Navy -' The NAVY offers for sale a fleet of vessels, many adapted for commercial purposes and others for yachting and other forms of pleasure boating. Among this fleet are staunchly built, seagoing cargo and, passenger carrying vessels, as well as swift yachts with graceful lines, fast motor boats, sturdy tugs, etc. THESE VESSELS HAVE BEEN APPRAISED LOW FOR IMMEDIATE SALE. SALE MAY 19, 1920 The following vessels will be sold by sealed proposals receivable at Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Naw Department, Washington, D. C, until 12 o'clock noon, May 19, 1920. Sales will be for cash to the highest bidder. Right to reject any or all bids reserved A de posit of 10 per cent of the total amount bid must be forwarded with the bid. This deposit may be in the form of a certified check, Liberty Bonds or surety bonds, either personal or guaranty. Sister The NOPATIN (ex MANHATTAN) and NARRAGANSETT are sister ships, built in 1913. They 'are-3,539 ton steel ships, with passenger accommodations for about 532. Length 320 feet, breadth 48 feet 1 inch, draft 16 feet. Cargo space between decks approxi mately 45,000 cubic feet. These vessels have a recorded speed of 23 knots and are ideally suited for Sound, river or coastwise service. They are excellent seagoing vessels and during the war carried troops across the ocean. APPRAISED VALUE. ' NOPATIN $350,000 NARRAGANSETT $275,000 You are urged te inspect these vessels at Brooklyn, N. Y-Thard Naval District Steam Yachts You may find among these yachts one just suited to your desires. They are excellent vessels, lncludlne the WINCHESTER, built in 1916, a trim fast yacht, ith a recorded speed of 31 knots. TESSEU APPRAISED VALUE Winchester . $185,600 Arcturua 112,000 Remlik 63.000 Hauoli 37,000 (ex-California) Cigarette 15,000 Wacondah 15,000 if mi am ?n n1 nf a imod tutr or baree. here is an poportunity to get one at a big saving. The EAST HAMPTONS Sntl?sS for all ffics of the fiK industry. The VICTORINE is very well suited tong dtoncetolrins and can carry considerable cargo. She can also be used as a wrecking tug. YESSEM . U. S. S. Cincinnati Montauk East Hampton Victorine Yenrut IV Dorothy Cull en Also the Following Smaller Craft STAUNCH SUB-CHASERS 11 feet leu useful for commercial or pleasure purposes, may bo bought with or without engines. RnATc A . , MOTOR BOATS All types. PULLING BOATS Assorted. v . i :.- vn-tvls to do which it is only necessary to communicate with tho Comman- diato c?tto 53 Diffi to3 The Commandants are located in bead carters of the Naval Districts as follows: COMMANDANT. FIRST jAvAL DISTOICT. Nmjt Tart, Boston. Mail. COMMANDANT. TII!!U NAVAL DISTRICT. 1 lett Supply Baoo. 39tb St. and 3rtt A.. n'SUyn. N. V. COMMANDANT. FOURTH NAVAL DISTRICT, T7 lam, p&uaaeipDu, '. m , mT mii,HV:Z"FhR CATALOG GIVING DETAILED INFORMATION OF SIZE AND DESCRIPTION OF THESE VESSELS. exprra on October 1 next, and the tenants haye been notified to mow, so aa to per mit tho alteration of the building-, which will either bo modernized or combined Into on nine story elevator Apartment, Thvrtsent houses contain thirty suites 9t seven rooms each. Factory for the Village. rians have been filed for the construc tion of a ten story factory, 101x3:2.9, to cover the bloclc bounded by Greenwich at., CiorXiron it, Hudson st. nhd West Houston st for the 1S5 Hudson Afreet Corporation. Prank A. Ketcham presi dent. MeKensle, Voorhees & Olmelln, the architects, have estimated the cost at U.IOO.OOO. It Is understood that the building la belnr; erected for the West ern Electric Company. Jewish Blind OnllC Bays. New York Guild for the Jewish Blind bought from tho Federation SttlemetiLJ Ine, tho three three story buildings, 30x100.11, at 36 tq 240 East 103th st., to be used us the first community centre for the Jewish blind In New Tork city. Leon 9. Altmayer. tho broker, also negotiated the sale of tho property, nt 115 to 110 East 106th st, which Is to be tho site for the new headquarters of the Fodcratlon Settlement. Dwell I nc" Market Act!. J. Irvln? Walsh old for Mary K. rat terson the three story dwelling ut 69 Charles st, northeast comer of West fourth st, l.6x"4. Emily C. Williams bought through Wm. D. Bloodgood & Co. the four tori nous, I5xlf0.5 at 7 East Sixty-third st, diagonally opposite the house being erected by William Zlegler, Jr. Lcroy Coventry sold for Mary I. Mc Call Si West Seventy-second st, former residence of the late John A. McCall, president of tho New Tork Life Insur ance Company, a four story dwelling, roxioi:. Brown-Wheclock Company, Inc., sold for the Clark estate 28 West Seventy third tt, a four story dwelling. 20x100, to a client of U J. Phillips & Co. Tease & E1Uman sold for Louisa O Ash of Philadelphia the four story dwelling. lSxlOO, at 31S West Seventy second st C Royce Hubert, with John G. Treacy. sold for Albert M. Manvtlle. executor of the estate of Joseph H. Moaner, the four story dwelling at 52 West Seventy-sixth st.. 13x1012. Susan Kelly, tenant, bought from E. V. Parr 45 West Eighty-fourth st, a four story hous.. 13x102.2. Frederick Zlttel & Sons sold for Mar- Ships NOPATIX and NAKBAGAX3CTT Motor Boats and Motor Yachts This class includes Motor Boats of fine sea-goinc qualities and dependable power plants, TheKEMAH is a particularly attractive opportunity to obtain an excellent motor yacht at low cost. LOCATION Norfolk DUt. Norfolk Dist. Norfolk Dist. Brooklyn Dist. Boston. Dist. Brooklyn Dist. VESSELS Kemah Bay Ocean Hiawatha Patrol No. 10 Weepoose Shadow III Lydia III Mkellaneoas Craft APPRAISED VALUE $225,000 120,000 105,000 85,000 70,000 28,000 KEVD OFDOAT Steel Cruiser Steam Tug Steam Tug Steam Tug Steel Barge Steam Tug C OMM iXDANT. FIFTH N4VAL DISTBJCr. Nal Operating B,UmbUi aili, F. COMMANDANT. SIXTH NAVtL niSr!CT, PtopJe Office K'iBJIac. Cbarteatsn. S. C COMMANDANT, EJU.ITH NAVAL BISratCr. olWlBSNo. SNafii tloi. N 0.-lia H. COMM.tND.lNT. TWELFTH NAVAL BrSrniCr. 417 Hbrldon CuS41as. Sin rraaclsco. Cal. Tft miRFAlI OF SUPPLIES AND t ---.!-T,-.'l 1 It . . . r th Dldlshelm JOS West Eighty-sixth ' st, a four story dwelling; 20.5x100, to a physician. The three story house at 32 West Ninety-fourth st, U.tfxlOO.S, has been sold by Bertha Pratt to Siegfried J. Nelson, tho tenant. ' E. a Hlrsch fold to Joseph J. Clark 159 West Ninety .fifth st, a three story dwelling, 18x100.8, to (he tenant Charles G. Keller sold the dwelling. 19x100,11, at 177 West Ninety-seventh street for Le U Doblin. Jphn II; Pierce sold, for the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank S7 West 13flth street, a four story dwelling. 20x100; also resold for Susan I. Fletcher of Washington D. C, 113 West 136th street, a three story dwelling, 17x100, to Lnttlo 0 rant; also retold 2S0 West 138th street, a three story dwelling, 23x100. to Nannie Dyer: 234 West 13Jth street, a three story dwelling. 2lx 100, to Archibald W. Hooper. Ernest T. Bower sold for Frnnk G. Bannister tho three story dwelling at 141 West 127th strcot. lS.CxlOJ. to Sol ma Lceman, a client of J. C. Cole man. D. II. Scully & Co. sold for the estate if GcorgB B. Goldschmldt the threo story dwelling at 20 East 127th street, 20x100. Porter t Co. sold lor Wells Holding Company' to Simon S. Frledhenr, through his attorney, Charles Fred ricks, tho threo story delllns. llx JJ.H. at 235 West 127th street. Porter A- Co. sold for tho Ilcvyan Really Company. Inc., to Frank Moore the three story dwelling. 12.6x99.11, at Ml West 141st street E. E. Thomas and Thomas It. Craw f6nl sold 515 West 138th street, a five story frame dwelling, 20x100, for Mrs, Dorothy It. Fajen, and 912 St. Nich olas avenue, a three story dwelling, for tho Thretom Realty Company, Inc., to Mrs. Katherlne Gorman. Other Sales In Manhattan. Pease & Elliman sold for Dr. Colin 1,. Bcgg his residence, a three story 25 'vtl dwelling at 131 East Seventeenth .-treet. to a business concern for occn Kincy, James XI Kallcy ,t Son sold for Louis i Romalne and others 345 and Si 'Vashlngton street, southeast corner of Franklin street, a Jlvo story building, '0x100.3. Arlington Hall, a four story building. 73x1 12.4, at 19 to 23 St. Mark's place, near Third avenue, hascen bought by he Polish National Home of tho City of. New York from George Eliret. E. E. Thomas and Thomas R. Craw- APPRAISED VALUE LOCATION $60,000 Brooklyn Dist. 20,000" San Fran. Dist. 19,000 Norfolk Dist. 8,000 Boston Dist. 4,000 Brooklyn DUt. 2,500 Char'ston Dist. 2,080 Norfolk Dist. LOCATION New Orleans Dist. Brooklyn Dist. Boston Dist. Brooklyn Dist. Philadelphia Dist. Brooklyn Dist. ACCOUNTS, NAW DEPART- 7, Z . - "I ford sold JJ2J Amsterdam avenue, a three story business buueung. ssxiub. for tho eifits of John C. nodgcra. Poeomo Realty Company sold to TMIa Leventhal Uio flv lory flat at 1101 Third avenue, northeast corner ot 100th street. 25.2x100. Nail & Parker fold for tho Chelsea ExclMnce Bank 122 WeaC 13UU street, a Ave etory flat, 25x09.11. Jacob Ledcrer sold IJ63 Fifth ave nue, a tlvo atory Hat, 25x100. M1SCKLLANKOU9 LBA8KS. CljnrlfR K. Noyes Comoany lrojied for J. Jlcubcn Clrk,- Jr., offlcea In 60 Stunc trct and SC ami 97 Pearl street to Goo ire J, Ilraun, S.V. Sloan Corporation, Hublmrd Ilroi.'. t Co. and ncgtnald O. Whlttewnre. and In 12 to 16 John atn et offlcea to Konneth II. itcKenna, DIcK tnaon & Urown, Empire Btato Mutual Intrurance Company, Union Coral Manu facturlns Company, Consulate of Hon duras. McArthur Concrete Pile and Foundation Company. A. Iv!n and John J. McGrath. Jainea A. Kllcommons t Valentine J. McLoughlln. Edward B. Keyel leael for thirty years th northeast corner of Ditane strvet and West Broadway, a fclore and four lofts, to the U 3. 4 8. Itealty Com pany. Pcik.) S; F.lllman leased tho rear half of the elxlh floor In their buildlna at J10 Madlron avenue to SI. Zerrahn. White - Goodnun le.-wd to SI. Schwartz, Inc., corner store and hui" ment In 317 Broadway for a drag store. J. Clarer.co Davles and Clcorp) A. Frlmatcr leased for ten years rooms 1901. 1902 and 1903. comprising approxl mately 2.000 square feet, in 21 to it West Forty-third street, to the Amrl can Interseas Corporation. nice & Hill leased store In IS Xaaaau street lo I-csslnx's, Inc.. soda and lunch eonette stores, at a rental nssreeatlns MO.000. Sirs. William Harkness through Pease Klllman leased from plans an apartment consisting of the entire eighth floor In the houns recently taken over l an as sociation of tenants at Fifth avenue and Sixty-sixth rtreet frora tho Barnum Schle Syndicate: also an apartment In Part ivoin frtr Willlnm yAmlnr. Jr.. to A. Si. Thlerj" In S"3 Park ave-j nue. to Henry Kalt; In 145 East Fit'.y rconrt eticeu for J. E- It- CarpenKr to WlllUai KnlRlit, Jr., and tno apart ments to Sirs. U J. Klr.ca. one. In 553 Park avenue and another In 113 Kast Thlrty.flfth street. Harris. Vought i Co. leased for Edith ,. Christiansen to Slary Spreeman tlic three storr dwelling at 215 East Fifty seventh street. UHO.VY SIAItKBT ItEPOIlTS. V, Vlvaudof- Inc., perfumery, pur chased tnroiislt Wood, Dolson Company, Inc., from George II. Johnson, tho Cen tral Trust Company. Judse Goff, Fran cis W. Pollock. Emanuel G. Bach, Frrldmnn Marble Works and others the plot of forty-fix lots comprising 122,600 square feet and having a siding from the New York. Sfcw Haven and Hart ford Railroad. The land acnulnMl consists of a plot fronting 373 feet In the east side of Southern Boulevard, between 156th street- and Leggltt avenue, through to Whltloclt avenue, where It fronts 275 feet; aUo the plot directly opposite, fronting SIS feet In the east side of Whltlock avenue. 173 feet In 116th street and 323 feet along the New York, New Haven and Hartford tracks. A. Brlckcn, a Grand street tailor, bought from the Stacy Construction Company the five story apartment. 100 xlOO. at 2350 Creston avenue, corner of fie;u piace, . , , . . . , n , and resold the property to A. & L. Kahn. A. Phillips negotiated both the sale and the resale. Daylight Realty Corporation, A. Ar- kln and S. Horwltz, sold to a client of Stelmran & Stelnman 1833 yse ave nue, a five story apartment, 37x1 4 S. Walter E. Brown sold for Emily Slil man S16 and S18 Elton avenue and 450 to 4JS East 139th street, six dwel'Jngs- and stores. Cahn & Calm sold to J. Austin 3S63 Valentine avenue, a two story two fam ily dwelling. 25x100, through E. Martin. HudwlU Corporation, Hudson P. Rose, president, bought from Charles Pope the three famllv- houses at 1420 to 1424 Laura E, Roth four three family houses at 291 to 2S7 East 144th street- Schwab & Co. sold for Sirs. SVetss two three family dwellings at 547 and 519 East 169th street, lJ.CxJS each. BROOKLYN TRANS.1CTI0NS, Charles Partridge sold the three, story double six family apartment, at 1331 St John's place for Hatten Realty Cor poration. E. T. Newman sold the threo and one half story dwelling at S65 President street for Slay Finn. Bulkley & Horton Company sold the northeast corner of SL Stark's and Rogers avenues, a three story dwelling, 20x100, for Elizabeth McGulrc. Realty Associates sold IS4 and 18S Ainslie St., two frame buildings. 50x100, to Ilaffaell Cnrico through .James E. Teague. X. Leavy spld for Jofeph Broor 1974 fty-second st, a two family house, 20 Fifty xlOO. HOTELS AND EESTAUBANTS. BEEF STEAK DINNER 1 . 5 0CT ARNOLD JOHNSON'S ORCHESTRA "A SENSATION??" nAII4F!l That ncllzhtnl tafiai. I .-l.. mm joi.i a-giiiKin tinu anerno a vrcnesira I NEW BUFFET GRILL SPECIAL DINNER S MEN IT: AnortMt RetUTiM. Cr.imafT.nitM, and Croutons, Bollwt Salmon. Partlav, itrlng Feans, Boiled 1'atatoen.DoMed Freih Beef Tonguo. PA'lC Plnil.n,.' I.nltl. 1I.,ShI Pnt.taM R..., Frib Ilam with KmI rshh.... r-hl Chicken. Homo GraTT. Spinach. JLuhodVoUtoca, SaUdo cc iaion. Ice Oram. Peml-Taiie. AFTER THEATRE SUPPER $1.23 HOTEL CHELSEA West 23d Strevt at SercnLh Arena; ABSOLUTEI.Y FIREPRCOF FeoHi vfiU Ujotrjn bil 52.59 F.et vilh jriulo bath, $3.00 Smies, $3 up Special rates by month, season and yean cpen fireplaces: high ceilings: unusually tux rooms: spacious clcsets. benchcon. .................65c Dirtrtw. . . ....... . .. . ....$19 Cif etk Afodtetl Calared sup "K" t tfw Tsrt triSarl & open altcatlsi, ALL READY FOR GIANT BUILblNG PROJECT Financial' Details Complete for Big 57th St. Structure. By the terms of negotiations com pleted yesterday, one of tho larsest bnlldlns projects: In the United Btatrx will bo launched immediately. The structure will be an office building twenty-five stories In helf lit, with base tnetn and mibbaswraent, and will occupy the entire block along Flfty-o-rventlt street, between Broadway and Klhlh avenue. The frontairo on Fifty-seventh rtreet will bo 210 feet, on Klshth avenuo 100 feet and on Broadway St feet. The Flsk nubber Company will con trol the entire butldlna; under n icaso for a term of years, using: considerable fipa iu tlm IiulldinK for the principal executive offices and salesrooms, sub letting whatever accommodations they do not utilise, to tenants In the automo bile and allied Industrie?. Tho ground and building will have a valuation of 17,050,000. on which S. W. Straus k Co. have underwritten a (Irst mortgaxe 6 per cent, serial amorttzo'l bond Iwuo of $5,000,000. Tho borrow ing corporation li the 1787 Broadway Company, Inc., the principal stockhold ers of which are Fred T. Ley & Co.. the Willys-Overland Rubber Company, tho Willys Corporation and the Fislt Rublxjr Company. ON THE AUCTION BLOCK TO-DAY B. L. Kenurlly Wilt Sell Proper ties In and Ont of City Bryan U Kennelly will offer at public auction to-day in the Exchange Sales room the following properties: No. 2S5 East 151st it., a six story flat : 143 Audubon av., a throe story apart ment house with stores; northwest cor ner Fulton and 16Sth sts., a vacant plot; 406 West Nineteenth rt.. a four story and basement apartment hoas; 2G1 Kast ISOth St.. a three story frame dwelling; 143 West Forty-third st., a four story and basument dwelling; 61 West Ninety-sixth st., a four story Eng lish basement dwelling; 113 West Ninety-sixth sL, a five ktory double apart ment houso; 111 West Ninety.slxth st., a five story double flat ; 3Sl West Fourth ft., a three story tenement with stores; 159 De Kalb uv Brooklyn, a four story double apartment house with Uo stores; 288 Fifth av. and 29S First st. Brooklyn, two four story tenements ; also 39 choice residential lota at Garden City Estate., Nassau County, Long Island, on Oxford Boulevard, Hampton road, Eutton road and southeast corner South av. und P.ox bufy road, near Xasfdu Boulevard sta tion. STATBX ISLA.N1) SALE. Cornelius G. Kolff sold for the Com petent Home Building Company a dwell ing in Allen Court, West New Brighton, S. I. S I II L it n AN TRANSACTIONS. Fish & Slarvln sold for Sirs. F. A. Sleeks her property in tho Tuckahoc road, Yonkers. X. Y., to Lester W. Board man, and rented for F. J. Stores his property at I-awrenee Park West, Bronx vllle. fumbhed, for the summer to H. B Gordon. Prince & Ripley. Inc., soH the estate of Charles A. Siosson In Calhoun Drive, Greenwich. Conn., consisting of two acres nr .1-1 T . nnncA in .... ,v ' ot land with house, to Mrs. W. It Rlghter. Sirs. Vesta D. Beeks sold through George Howe her residence In Hickory Grove Drive. Larchmont Gardens, X. Y., to J. II. Abbott. Anson F, Robinson and John S. Spraker sold for the Lorena Company three-quarters of an acre on the corner of Langdon av. and Erie st, fa Ardsley Park, Ardsley-on-Hudson, N. Y.. to Frederick R. Van Vechten; also' wltR Prince & Ripley for Hardin Barnes an acre of land with a frontage In Hudson av. to H. V. D. Black. Howe ft .Thompson sold In White Plains, X. Y., the residence and garage at 5 Chestnut Illll av. for Eddie F. Leach lo Joseph H. Butler. Robert K. Farley Organization leased I for Sirs. Rosine A. Peyser her residenc3 I In Walworth av., White Plains. X. Y.. to Isaac Kaufman. Vasa K. Bracher leased for the sum mer season a studio building at Wood stock. X. Y.. to the Artists Realty Com pany, Carl Erie Linden president, which will erect a building as a permanent art museum. MARKET BltEVITIES. Xew York Edison Company is the buyer of the two three story business buildings at 120 and 122 Cedar st, sold recently by Joseph P. Day. Martin Peck, theatrical man, is the buyer of 13 Eat Sixty-seventh st, and not Xo. II, as was erroneously reported yesterday morning, Harlem Property will meet Thursday Owners Association evening at 67 West 1 125th st. HOTELS AND EESTAUBANTS. 1 ote DINNER 51 . 50 nPlf-MIUfPn I M i r 0 t te 9 P. M. $1.15 I m 1 1 t,n , -, nu fn. . m.,,... Swept by Hudson Breezes DINE OX THE ROOF Chateau Thierry Restaurant w SEItrEO IX rbill I ou RiTtnitfe Drfre at (5th &. hojltr 1 470 HOl"EL Peter Sfuywsant Central Park West it 86th St JUST COMPLETED Soltaa at eaa roam to as many a required. Fnrslsbetf er BafurnUhed. Rcataavajtt at I Carte. Wat, F", iXGOt Manager. I IN THE AUCTION ROOMS. AT 14 VESBT STItBKT.J Uy lUnrr Bradn 4Tii av, :t ntta iti, o . s.: n :sth t. SI, 4x109, 7 sty tnmt and strs. leailiold: tlKrlrra sale of ll rlht, tltto, Ac, wtilch ill 4lh Av. Corpn had on May It, or alnct: ilrroa A Yocbttson, atty; DbtIJ Knott, inerlff. Wlthdraim. niDOi: ST, 147, w a, 190 n taton t. SSx J..;:.tI4.xTx74.t. i aty tnmt and sir: Cent Un Trust Co vs stars UoIm H si; Larkln St Pemr. attys; H Taylor Phillip, mf; ilu'0n Judnnt. ) IT.Itt.I : taxes, c, f:i.. Sold to the plalntffT for 114,900. AT 3701 THIRD A1iNCB.l By Jatnos J, Donovan. 11 144TH ST. n w corConconl ar, 110x!2:.Sv vsrnnt; Letrjs P Morris t at v Jacob Hlrseh 't all; Morris & McVeigh, attys; fimnn M I'latt, ret; duo on Jd(mt. 14,. 4S.:t: taxra, &c 1,50.V. (.'old to plaintiff far 17.309. TRANSACTIONS RECORDED. TRANSFERS. (With name and address of orrner and at iotu., ,) DowaUwa. (Howlli of Fourteenth street.) GIlRCNi: BT. n w cor Wasfllnxton pi, 100s 100.11 Joa J Asrh to Arrow Holding Corp, 33 llx ay, b and a, mtg tO.OOO, April '.T: 1 attys, Strtdart A M, I'S nay. II SAME rilOI'KRTY-Arrow Holding Corp to Bleacher Washlrtcton Pnprti, Inc. 3S Park Ituiv. mis S4 10,000, May 1; atty, N V T Co I10O IlltOOMK ST, .V,l. n s-ThM Berry, esr, to Jacob lUrr of Good Ground, N T, May 3: atty, N Y T Co 10O NAfgAU OT, 118-1K West JSd St Co, Inc. :90 Ilwar. to Mayjaa Co, Inc. 13 Park Row,, mtg IH7.W, Hay 1; atty, T G Co . $100 1STH 1ST. lid W, -lrederio P Hammond, heir to Lucy fl Mltcliell. IX Washlnston 8.juare Xortli. mtg 11.1,000. April '.D; atty. Gilbert It Montacue, 40 Wnll st I10U STOMR ST, It 13, n s-Jta E CTDor.nelI. S3S K SCtli l. to Tonne Realty Corp, 18 Bay. tnt flO.OCiO, April 2&; atty, fc'aml D Hteln. Jfl Ihray It LLONARD HT, 24-30. a -Oeo J. Do Blots and ano, trus. to ClafrUnt, Inc. 220 Church nt. April 20; atty, T G Co 130.000. SAMB I'ROPKRTV-Jolm T Morse, Jr. trui. to fame, April til; atty, same J143,. SAMU PKOPURTY Cabot J Morse and anu to fame, April 20; any. same... 1100 SAME PROPERTY-Fanny H Morse to same, b and i,ot, April 9; atty, same... .1100 SAUK ITPERTY-Fanny H Morte, exrx. to ram", April tt); atty, rams ,13.000 KRO.VT ST, n o cor Old Slip, 23.0x(13-Jamw N Janrlo to R V Greeff k Co, Inc. 7S Pront it, April 29: atty. T G Co...$M.00U 7Tlt ST, 123 W. n a-Kdna A Rothwtll to Arthur J Valc."te:d. 2tS W 71M tt, mts SIS.5W. May Ij attys, Olcott. M i G. 32 Uy W.200 MAF1SO.V i5T. 4U1. n -Sadle Kunuis to Hetty Sprung t al, - Ave C. April 27; atty. Kl Sprung, XI) An U 1 MOORB HT, W. vr , KM.10 s Trent t. 2li7I.7-Geo A Zabrlskle to Imlnlck Pace, 731d Hilt nv. Brookljn, b and s, c a K. mlc !9..V. April SO II SAME PUOPEIITY-Domlnlcit Pace to N Y l.uarlcatir.jr Oil Co. llfi Uroad t. rat fcsn.000. May 1; atty. Wm It Wahih. a Exchanpo place II 7TH ST, 150. s Jam.s R Roosorelt. tru, to Mary Weyranch, 1043, Ctay av, Itroni. April 27 RO.OOO GREENWICH ST. W), w s. .0.x20.2-lttgirui II Kaparlas tu Harold A Cunnlnsham. 212 E 3th at. mtg S13.000, April 13; attya. Ixwktrocd It It, 33 Nauau nt It 4TH ST. S3 E, n e Merilt W Gallaay. to Rudolph II ICutner, 1730 E 17th at. Brook lyn, April .30; atty, B Veeahlnuen. 203 K C7th -t It AV.VSHl.N'GTON ST. 4IS. n e cor Laight ot. runs n l6x W.2-c n 115.1IX c 0 to r Greenwich at, 423, x s alan Greenwich st I9.3 w 73 s 'S.3 to ti t lalsht it x w 3 Laijht rt E3.2 to bc Ksther A, tildow of James Pylc, et al to Falrchlld Broj L Forsttr. 70 Lalsht St. April 29; attys. Pratt A Mc, 120 Btray 1100 SAME PROPERTY Marr V. e.ttx William ART SALES. PUBLIC AUCTION SALE TO-DAY (Wednesday), 2 P. M. also To-Merrow (Thursday), and follewias dayj 1; High-Class Furniture, Works Statuary, Sterling Silver, Turkish and Persian Rugs, Draperies, Chime Clocks, Steinway Baby Grand Mahogany Piano - u Removed from TWO MANSIONS ON FIFTH AVE. AT 49TH ST. Name of Owner withheld by request. ALSO SEVERAL SMALLER ESTATES Belonging to $ JOSE CASSANOVA i M. W. KETCHAM s and others in interest V r Magnificent Furniture for 8 and Sleeping Rooms, L,ibrary I Curios, Ivories, Chinese Outfit for complete rooms. 100 Carpets adaptable for large rooms, in plain colors, S Red, Green and Two-tone. About 20 Pier Minors. $ Darling &. Co., Auctioneers I i 242 Fiftk Avenue, 27tk 28tk Sts, I 7 CashDlxitswfflberequtfedofidl Arranged ana uonaucicu ay Important Unrestricted Auction Sak, Liberty Auction Rooms and Art Galleries, 124 Univenuty Place, Between 13th and 14th Sts. To-day, Wednesday, May S, 11 A.M. Artistic Antique and Modern Homo Furnishings removed from Long Island mansion. Bale is enriched with eon tents of many city apartments, choice bedroom, dlnln and Urtas room suites in all periods and woods. Vlctrola, ma hogany 88 note player, Oriental and domestic carpets, rugs in various sizes and qualities, French Ivory twin bed room suite complete, 10 piece American walnut Chippendale dining room suite, original cost $1,500. Cfcolee costly up holstered wicker furniture in suites and odd pieces, rich hangings, lace cur tains, fine bedding, crystal ware, works of art, Imported French dinner service, day beds. Empire bookcases, combina tion safe, bronze Tiffany clock, excep tional high class massive French tapes try and gold tinsel overstuffed library suites. XAT EICHXEB, Anctr. Rare opportunity for those who attend. ... r- ,.iT a, ISS.lSt E. 1SITH ST. . New lork'e Urmt Anctlja nooma. Ett. UfiM. TO-OAT A I iu:ow ft. m. Removal from tha LINCOLN SAFE DEPOSIT CO. and LEE BROS., JNO, . . . Me nrlvs tm aTMtA SALES AT ATJCrJOH. ltlyggaCT Iw tnnuiois fii " -"- VARIETY OK AT1QCK AND MODERX rtKMTlRE. ELECTSUC TLATEE ; WAXO. Chamber Suites. Wardrobes. Mirrors. Jlorlc. Tarlor Curio Cablneta. Pier Mirrors, Rock, era. Chairs. Choice Beddlnr. Braaa Beda, CMSorobes. Bookcases. Ubrary Tables, rtrlar Suits. ButTeU Ctlaa, ClauU, Ctit- tal Dowti. Davenports. Cut Olaaa. China. I TrakVood, Taboarrttee. Marble Btitwi Brie-A-Brar. OrlraUl Rose, Jfloer ad Baa quet Lamp. ChaaJetlers. JQccUia DtfMS, u.kMuw ABttana Plena la Palatini. aoUaosna Yaset. Ferknt Seta Xatmtaar. tTBtnnt and OaK. . 9, K. MILUOAN, Auctioneer Appraiser, B Pyle. to same,. April 237 attys. ame 142.301) GRKENWICII HT. 430 to 438. a w cur Veatiry 1, runs s 33. 1 1 w 0.IU a 41, Ix Mnt n M.3 to bg-EtUr A Pyle, widow ot Jamr P) !. tt al to lleyer A Lant, 4M Graenwtch st, April 29; attys, Pratt A Me. 120 Bvar 1100 RAME PHOrERTr-Mary V. eUx ot Will iam 8 Pyle. to Meyer A Lange, April 20; attys, same 140.230 WUST IIIIOADWAV. 333. s. 3x100 Pranklln Truat Co to. Waslilnirton Arch Realty Co, 303 3th ar. April 20; attya. GoMamlth. C A C, 61 llway $43,000 BROADWAY. 31. w t-Flflr-ono llway Crp to Robt F. Dowllnr. 332 V KM it. h and s. c a g. mtg t:on.O(V, Feb 1: atty, R ' Dowlliur, 103 Biray 1100 ELIZABETH ST, lilt, o s-Henry Olles helmer, exr. to Edwin A Ames, 300 Park plan. Brooklyn. Apt II, 27: attys, Cullin A O, ITT Montague it. rlrooklyn 110.000 WHITE. ST. a , la.7 w Franklin st. Jl .t Adelaide II Read et al. tru. to ertat of Charles P Hoffman. 211 Bwar. April 2; attys. Ulddlebrook A B, W Cedar at lt0 LISPENARD ST. 3. a, C4.3 e West Bway, :O.Ux20.x BclU Uahn to Marton Young. 61 Btray. April 27: attys. Me- Comb ft R. It Bway 1100 STH AV, ti. a a, 22. s 8th it. 22.1x10 The M Y Trust Co and Albert W Pross. esrs. to T4tli Kt and (th Av Meat Mar- kt Co, Hi lib av, April is: atty. c n Mohrmann. 714 Knickerbocker av, Brook lyn j::.o Cast tilde. Eait ot Fifth avenue, between Fourteenth and 110th streets.) 70TH ST. 30 E-Laiejers Really Co to Prank L l'olk. 2S0 5th av, b and s. mtir 140.000. ilay t; atty, F E Mysatt, 40 Wall t 1100 31TH ST. n a. ITS e Lexington av, H.lr 1M.5 S A Reed to Catharlnx T Moul ton. 4 E Hat at. May 1; attys, Jlur.-ar. P ft H. 37 Wall st 31 STH AV, n cor Slat it. 100.5xtCOx Irreg Wet R Stewart and aao to Wm R Stewart, It E 37th it, et al. mtg MI0. 049, April 30; attys, Mtddlcbrook ft B. 44 Cedar v.n SITU ST. n . 113 ? Lexington av, ll.Jx I00.S Five Boroughs Realty Co to S Albert Reed. 113 E itth it. May 3; attys. Rooaavelt & K. 44 Wall it 1100 10TIt ST. 10 E, s On J Keiiler to Iiraet Sllventeln, 200 Broome it. mtg 11,090, March 31 stty, Erntit N Adler. 1S04 lit av ..;:1 3IADISON AV. e . 12 70th rt, ltxlfO Sunn D H Dakin to Abble JI Allen, 111 Madlaon av. April 20: atty, P G Graven dnrst. U Uberty it. ............. ..lit 33TH HT, n s. in ft E of 3th av, 2js10O Arthur J Albert to Chas V Miller. 10 W 28th t. mtge 00,000, Jlay I; atty, T G A T Co DOTH ST. 42 E, s Helen D Hunt, 43 t. Ah .i in r.na n 8tcrart. 403 Park av. i April 28; -J. STH AV, n w cor 4i'.th it, rum n 2T.1X w i n 3(VRx w S4x B3Jx e 100 to bet-Henry S Harper et al (Ind A adm) to Elmer E Smathers. 301 W 73th st, . int. April 2; attys, Evarti. C A S. 60 Wall M...M,IW SAME prop-Olive B Grlsnwr (sdn) to same. . Int. April 29: attys. ianx I1SI A'-O SSTH ST. JOT, E, n s, S3.lxl00.8-Jaa F Boylo aud Wm W Jones (exra & trust) to Andrew Sheridan.. 143 E 47th st. May 1; atty. Geo ETSTEUCTION, COLLEGES, S:C. The UNITED STATE9 SOIOOL of SECRETARIES 343-SM Fifth Avenue (45th St.). The oldest and preeminently the mut uccessfol. Prepares for and obtains excel lent secretarial position. Write for cau lojtta S. SPECIAL SQ1MER SESSIONS. EVERYBODY learning musical instruments, nslnruccIuUy: course, IX HORTONS. It? West tt m ITT SCHOOL. C3 Wnt 43th Street. PM I Secretarial training; Individual ' Instruction. Day. evening. ABT SALES. of Art, Bronze and Marble J. M. BARRY- the Foyers,' Dining, Drawing i cases, tine French China, t Catalogues oa premiiea fi lajuio vaxm uicijnk,, Auct r NOTE THE SALE SESSIONS TO-DAY (WED.), THURSDAY, i rillUAI et 3A1UKUAX, s MAY STH, 6TH, 7TH, & 8Th AT 2:30 P. M. EACH DAY, IN PLAZA ART! ROOMS, Inc." 5-7 East 59th St. (Near th Are.) 0 Edward P. OTJeUlr. Auctioneer 1 AN IMPORTANT SALE AT AUCTION A Collection of FURNISHINGS Early Flemish and Rervalaaance. Tapoatry Panels, Needlework! and Upholstered Suites, Cele-1 b rated Sculptured Bronzes, j Sevres Porcelain, Bohemian 9 Glass, Embroidered Pictures Rugs, Steinway Pianos, Rare Old PainUnn, Ivories. Rami Satinwood and Sheraton Furni-a ture, etc., etc m BT ORDER Mrs, F. S. Gray of this cmr Removed from her Private Residence ALSO BT OBBZB OF Daniel G. Reid, Esq. FURNISHINGS From His Country Home! . AT IRVINGTON j ON THE HUDSON S HIT H ADDJTIOXH ' OX V1LTT TO B1X TIME Otalasueon AppUcatton Telepbeme Plata M I. An civrrtLint in tKe L-jjt csi Fewtd eottmiu of TBE SUIT AXD .VJffTF YOBX HERALD oStrt a real pettibiUt-j tj recewHuj jwr hit yreye? ty. 3ST Park syttetn) SAME prop-Allea 31 IS.IOH Gallagher to Jaa 11 iKi8. 1:1 judiro at, umnursi, u i, am (tiral. May 1; atty, aanw (Torrens system)) C3TII ST. n a, 103 fl w or Lexington av. llM KfO-V-.Uko T Coudert. 121 E Cth it to It II Carleion. Ayotset. N Y, March 3; attys THAT Co IIM 07T1I ST. 13I-U3 K, n s. lUIOO.II-JooephliKi Hltasw- (lndtv a trust) to William n Pat4 tersno. SOi B 3th st, UMyn, mtgs tS,00Oi April 27.. atty. THAT Co I33.00CI LEXINGTON AV. 931-933, e s. ltwi ft it ot iUU nt. 7iitl.tx irreg. & any It T ft Ij to land In rear of 1113 Lailnzton a A 931 LaxIiujIoii av itn T3 ft of Islington I av a parallel tncrewitn, also Lexington aii vi. ti or (Kiin t. pan. iii7:.o, mtgs 2fl.SO0-Cath Uonovan (Iddlr A extra) It , t RESORTS. Wtclieter. GETJNEY PARSI HOTEL. White Plalna. N. T. EDWARD II. CItANDALI Open All Year. Naw York. SHARON SPRINGS, N. Y. Pavilion Hotel and Cottaws Opens June 1C Poldsrsx on applications THE ANNEX. Adiolnlac tbe FaroooS tYhlto Sulphor Bprings and Bathing Eitak Uahmeat. opeoa May Ut. J. u. oajiukii ft au.. W. H. CnAIO. OenT Mgr. NEW MOUNTAIN INN ! "The Summer Rciort Ideal." m Hungarian euljlnc. Apply for booklet. , rolltier Michbeln, Prepe., Tine Kill, N.T. New KncUnd. HEATON HALL STOCKBRIDGE, MASS. In tho Berkshire HUta. Open June 13th. Splendid IU Hole Golf Coune..!rtna roadi for motoring, Jlr. W. G. HavllflwlII be at Hotel rianderi. W 47th St.. until May lh HOTEL KLIIIlLnST. Sheffield. Maia, In the Berkablree. Suites with bath. 0-n dairy product! and vegetables. Excellent culilae; all outdoor amusements; Idea', roads; garage. .Special rates May-June, M. E. MARRK1L. Atlantic Citr. ROYAL PALACE LItoTTEICOTTAOES. KvtKcDeadv ATLANTIC CITY, N. J CONVOKtiTTOALL AMUSEMENTS SealWhs. DILitdien.Orchcjtm' Capacity 60O. Open, an the Tear I ATLANTIC CITY.N. J. i AivAmcrican. Phm Hotd. jofDisimdi(mi,vJ RealComfert I riRatmOOF QAStAflS. t cavicityoo. fi&XarJIhmkrl Try CLARENDON HOTEL Virginia Ave. near neach. All roams with bet and cold runnlnr water) pritate balbe. COl'KTESY TESY OUALITi nr.! HOTEL KENTUCKY nr.avica KENTUCKT AVE. NEAR BEACH. European Itan. $1.30 lo S-1.00 IVr Haj. :.. D. KENXADT. TRAYMOIATLArmcarrl TOWPS GREATEST HOTEL SUCCESS rasnlsg writer; carase: booltlet S. K. BONIFACE. I TWinnilUuiT THE PENNHURST J Orran i Jltchtsan ar. Always open. 7MK. WlLI.lAit R. UOOD Ari.VNTH' CITV. N. 4. Cokarpcsted fur lienltliful ml and recrea tion. I-akerraod. K. J. BARTLETT- INN I.tKETTOOD. X. J. , Ol'KN ALL THE YEAB. I'hcno 1 iAbeaiwd. yew Jersey. ESSEX m SUSSEX Hotel and Cottages SPRING LAKE, N- J. America's Finest Resort Hotel Open June 10. Hot and Old a Water Nev York Offcs: 8 West 40th Street er Hut Hotel. F.T. KEATING. Xantr. F. A. WILSOV. AsiUtanttoMsaacsr ON LAKE MOPATCOWG. NJ. OPCNSJUNClStK BI1IN0 from tha Alamao bathhoases into the refresh lnf. healthful ivatera ot tha lake. Address until JUNE 10TH Alamae Hotel. Atlantic City. reronjlranta. WESTC0UNG PARK HOTEL, Wrttrolaaz I"ark. rtke County. Team. . OvVriookls"8 Dela. af River. Beautiful Mountain Lake. . icinn d DrMiinn mlnlgCHient IAUU v. iiuwmw Mr Modern noiei. iara rrm Excellent bass and trout tuhlnx. bilTlne. b"hinr. tennl.. billiards: sood Jut., Foarts. carate. Soperior table i4 service. Home srown veffetables. Baok te offie: S4S West End Ave. Telephone US0 Riverside. SPRUCE CABIN INN 3K Sow open. Rooms en suite and with bath; steam heat. Electric ILxbu. All amuaaznit W. J. A M. D. Price. Canadenale. re. Chichester Hons. Tobyhanaa. Monro Co. pa. Boattss. Bathlnf, Flshlnc Booklet. E. H. CHICHESTER. OLD ORCHARD, Poconoa. Creaco. Pa.. !. ft. elevation. Booklet. Chaa. LanrfisId.Prop. Vermont. HYDE MANOR zZ& 'f. Golf In the lake reslon of Vermont. Illuetrated Booklet. A. I1TDE Sc SON? Special June rates. llreaissa. MOUNT CLEMENS Winter Bathing rVtrid Amwae. Mi'mnI Wtlir Bii'i Far Pfttirmstif, Nersoaaeu sail tbat raa imra concStioo. Bait resuks ia water ! j crowded cocdltiost belter altut&ea. Vat 1 (or booklet. : tesatu Ilea's At9ckliea,Mt Qesiesi, Wck - ! Canada. 1 ralfATItAT PACIFIC RAILWAT. rJLFenr. CrcuActPasa. DX1I31 Bww, I SwltrerlacJ. Switzerland) Mako it your hcadquartera while in Europe. OJkUttttmtj rlXl SWISS FEBEAL SLArLXSAJBsl 241 Fiftli Avenue, New York Mlseenaaeoaa. EERTHA RUFFWITS nKFiS'et. Resort Booklets, rates, reservations nUal -1 Ik ,2s tl