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REAL ESTATE HEWS,
HOTES AMD GOSSIP
library Burcrni Buying Jn
I'ciiu. Terminal Zoilo Sold
Other Transactions.
Tho Tcnn Terminal sono witnessed
(h feature of yeflterday's realty rrmr
jttt The National Hallway Publication
Company 30 Vcsey street bousht
from Rol"rt Oulnet ot Lyons, France,
tki.Ubrary Bureau Uulldjns, a twelve
toVy structure. 100s 131. at 424 to
tit Vot Thirty -thlnl street, overlook
inr the Pennsylvania Railroad tunnel
It The deal was negotiated by Will
lam 11. WhlHn & Co. Walter C.
u-ycUoft represented Mr. QuIiict,
TM property was purchased by the
Mher of the pretent seller In 1014
from the McKeon Healty Company soon
ifter Its completion by Edward J. Xar
tin the builder. wlio-nUo put up tlio
winters' Craft BulMlny. The property
valued at $750,000 and was oov
.ni with a mortgage ot $373,000. Wlll
t"m H. Whiting & Co. will manage the
butMlng 'or the now owncr'
Ic Co. Enlarges Holding.
Wm. A. White & Sons sold for
ifiriaret E. Callaghan tho two four
ton- buildings nt 17 North Mooro
street at the northwest corner of.Var
Ick ftrect, to Dlcka-David Company,
dyestulls. The (same brokers also eoict
to the same uuyera mu nvom ni
ii North Mooro street, forty-four feet
jt of Varlck street. The properties
.(Hot,, those at IS and 21. hought last
March by tho Dlcks-Davld Company.
They front "5 feet In North Moore
street and have a depth of 87 feet. Tho
MV owners will Improve the site with
a new building.
BIb Deal in Manhattan Street.
Harris and Maurice Mandelbaum and
FUher & Irving Lewlne. through Charles
Grlltlth and Kugeno Moses . & Co..
bought from Clarence H. Kelsey, as
administrator of tho estate pf Mary u.
i'mcknej. (.eventeen lots In Mnnhattan j
Hreet, through to West 12Gth street,
flans are under way for a larse Karaite
lo csver'tho entire area, and It Is ex
pected that the building will be reauy
(or occupancy by tho first of the year.
The property had been In the possession
tf the Tinckney family for more than
M.veniy-ilc years and was hela at
$250,000
Other soles In Munhnltnh.
The Nineteen Bond Street Corporation
bought from Mildred H. Htnko the five i
story loft building. 37.6x144.8. at IS
IIomI stieol, southeast corner of Lafay
ette stteet.
Maurice Werthelm fold for Dr. Denis
J. McDonald the four story business
building. lS.SxXOO.o. it 137 Bast Forty
third Hreet. US feet east of Lexington
avenue. Tlio property will be altered
Into stores and ofllces and will be oc
cupied by the buyers, Malcolm & Hayes,
engmera,
Clement Del Clark bought from Caro
line W. Fisser the two story building,
!5il0'J !i, at 331 East Sixty-third street.
The four story building, 25x93.9, at 4S
Es.t Twenty-Sftti street, near Madison
avenue, has been purrhiecd by John
Fried from VlllHm Van Woert and
others.
Tenant liny the Netherlands.
The Netherlands, a twelve story
apartment house at J40 to 3.4? West
Elufcty-Jlxlh street, has been sold to ft
cooperative syndicate of tenants, ac
cordant to the announcement of Russell
Ii. Kltte!!, president of the Netherlands
Holding Corporation, just formed ut Al
bany The house fronts 100 feet In
Eighty-sixth street and contains apart
ment! of from two to eight rooms. It
was reported that tho price was close
to JSOO.WO.
Apartment House Trnnaactlonsu
Charles Wynne and Louis H. Low sold
to a client of M. -T. Hall 523 West Kid
street, a flva Btory apartment house.
JUxlOO.
IfaMntrom-Callen Company told the
story triple apartment bullt'lng nt
H H'Nt SUty-flfth rtreet. 30x00x100.
for Alfred M. K.vj. The same brokers
told to clients I6r Investment 17 and
21, 'uoth live story double apJrtmenU.
The S A r. Itcnlty Company also re
cntl disposed of their plot at 53 to 5
Wit Sixty-fifth street? adjoining Broad
say. tj'corre W. B.-ettell sold for Mrs, 'John
Ms forth a five story triple flat. ?3xl00.
t ill rast 123d street, to Nlcklas
Cooper and Jacob Marks. This Is th
firit sale of this property In about twen
ty years.
In the Dwelling Market.
Douglas Gibbons & Co. wild for Jere
miah Ponovan, represented by Pease &
Elllman. the five ttory, dwelling at 151
East Fifty-sixth street to Charles W.
Bwd.
Charles S. KohJer. Inc., with Leroy
Coventry, sold the dwelling at 142 West
Scventy.foutth street for William X.
Kennedy.
Frank Gottfried sold to Bernard A.
fmlth 439 East Fifty-seventh street, a
three story dwelling, 19.11x100.5, near
Eutton place.
Irene K. Hendrlck purchased from
Jlary H. Daly the four story dwelling,
19x100 11. at 64 West Ninety-seventh
JtreeL
The three story dwelling, 16.8x102.2.
t 52 West Eighty-fourth street, near
Columbus avenue, has been sold by Alice
Jl. McCann to Sarah E. Farls.
The Lexington - Twenty-first Street
Realty Company sold to Louis Sussman
ill and 245 East Seventy-fourth street.
eir Second avenue, two four story
dwellings, 33.4x102.2.
MISCELLANEOUS LEASES.
Huberth & Huberth rented for the In
ternational Film Service Corporation the
eiJteenth floor In" the southeast corner of
wventh av. and Forty-ninth st. to the
Hetro Pictures Corporation at the an
on! renin! of $20,000.'
Lawrence, Blako 4 Jewell rented the
Jtore and basement at 19 Beaver st.
through to C4 Nt-w st, at an aggregnCe
ftal of $200.000 0 to the Beaver Inn,
tnejn conrectlonory store.
Spear & Co. leased for -six years
e eighth and ninth floors at S26 Broad
way containing 20.000 square feet, to
t-- a Gibson & Co., art publications, ut an
rgrtgatrj rental of $120,000. '
Harris, Vought A Co. leased for the
"late of Sarah.J. Byrd to George Busby
we four story dwelling, 21x100, at 34
tsst Slxty.flrst st
Harvey v. Bloomer and W. W. Mead
'ed to the United States Mortgage
M Trust Company the stores In 213 to
.est 123th street, known rs the
"shop Building, in addition to the
"onta?e now held by tho lessees In this
Property. Extensive alterations are
Planned. The lease Is for ten years at
"Gsregatc rental of $250,000.
IlltOnKLV.V.QUEEXS DEALS.
f,!i.J N'PW,nan and B. M. Hart sold
we three stoty dwelling at 33S Fourth
between Eighth and Ninth avs.. for
ii. .Newman.
t,TZ L"wl1' Ma Company leased
liaiM. 3 "Kl,ne space In the O'Kane
MtilMlng at Van Ilockaway. U I., to tho
"n Preparatory and Business School.
. "-alty Associates sold a two and one
Mif story frume dwelling at 232 Scher
llr.,0rnl'tre.5, btw"n "oyt and Bond
B p B,rookIyn' t0 c'ara Hurley.
Bun. '-nowles Company sold at 24
X, ,V''e,, lirooMin a two story
1?uftcr UaatCl0 t0 1 cllent for
BARGAIN SALE OF
BRONX SITES ENDS
Auction .of 'Enstchestcr Co.
Tract Brings Total of 5S35C.
for 1,402 Iots.
The peal of the bell In old St haul's
Church, nt 6 o'clock last evening marked
tho end of a perfect day for Joseph P.
Day, auctioneer, 'who had Just knocked
down the lasroH.412 lots for the EasW
...i,r company jn uie uun tun ana i
CnstlhRlor rnoit MMlnn nf Thiv nmni
l . , .i t . '
In spite of the Intense Jicat hundreds Of j
men and almost as man, women tH
tended Die second session of tlio auction
.... . . .
j'efterday In tho Vcsey street oxchancei
Tho total obtained for tho tract was
$356,843. What wan once owned bv tne
Alfred 0. 'Vanderbllt tstato. and others
Is now the property of about 1,000 In
vestors and Harvard Unlverstty, which
was a beneficiary ot th6 sale throughl
tho will of tho lato Lawrence E. Sexton,
receives the one-seventh Interest In the
tract held by the deceaatd.
Tho southeast corner ot Gun Hill
roail and Wilson avenue was. tlio first
lot offered yesterday afternoon and, was
bought by Charles ; Miller for $300.
Abraham Schwartx, the tenant, ac
quired i the dwelling at tho corner of
Enstchcster road ami Hammorsley ave
nue, togfthcr with six lots, for $6.S2.
Gun Hill rond. southwest corner ot
Young avenue, went for $000, 'Jmd In
side lots In the south side ot Gun Hill
road, near Young avenue, brought $375
each. The southeast corner of Gun
Hill road and Young avenue was dis
posed' of for $550, and tho southwest
comer of Gun Hill road and Fish avc
nuo brought $550.
Eastchcster road lots, between Deyo
and Burke nvenue, sold for $475 each,
and the northeast corner ot Gun Hill
road and Fish avenue brought $1,000.
From $276 to $350 was obtained for
lots In the west side of Fish aveiiue. be
tween Sexton place and Gun Hill road;
also In Adee avenue, from Sexton place
to Young avenue. The trapaxold plot at
Young avenue. 8exton place and Adoe
avenue brought $250.
Mr. Day ald : "Tha sale was remark
able In many
y ways, especially so In view .
that it waa held on the hot-
.i, .in mvur
of the fact tl
test days of tho dull summer market,
Furthermore, more than 75 per cnt. of
the property Is In Its virgin ccddltlon.
without one penny spent for streets or
other physical Improvements. A large
number of lota were cohered with water
from streams running through the prop
erty. The Eaatchester tract Just sow
lu about twice the distance from the 5
cont. subway as the Burke Foundation
property recently auctioned, so this can
be classed as a remarkably successful
sale."
Emory L Ferris, secretary of the
company and a member ot the firm of
Anderson & Anderson, attorneys, stated
that he wan gratified with the resulti
of the sale, and that he and hie asso
ciates feared that there would not be a
sufficient buying power to absorb this
number of lota.
Langdon G. Marvin of Emmett. Mar
vin & Roosevelt, attorneys for Harvard
University, stated after tho sals on be
half of Harvard that he was most
p;eased with the results, as this will
give the educational Institution a con
siderable amount of mor.ey. In accord
once with tha wishes of the late 'Mr.
Sex.ton.. -
" UPTON EXTENDS LEASE.
Sir Thomas Also Adds Huge Sign
to Ilobolcen Terminal.
Harrison S. Colburn Comoany ne
gotiated a ten year extension of the
Llpton Company lease of Unit "D," Ho
boken Factory Terntlnal. rontlstlng of
273,000 square feet ot reinforced con
crete construction. The original lease
negotiated by the same brokers last sum
msi was for a period of ten years, but
the growth df the business of the Llpton
Company has been such as to neces
sitate a twenty .year occupancy. Sir
Thomaa has erected on 'the roof what
la said to be the most prominent Illumi
nated tdgn In the port, being 60 feet
high by 263 feet long. The sign la visi
ble for several miles down the harbor.
BRONX SALES REPORTED.
J. Clarence Davlcs sold for Caroltno
W. Downs tr Flank Read 324 Jackson
av., forty feet north of 141st st, a two
story dwelling1, 20xS0.
Hudwill Corporation, Hudson P. Roso
president, bought fire one family frame
Houses at 862 to S70 Eagle av.
SUBURBAN TRANSACTIONS.
The Anchorage, a. ten acra estate with
residence and outbuildings on the At
lantic Ocean at Lony Branch, Nl ., has
been sold through Arthur C Sheridan for
Dr. Antonio Stella, it Is one ot the show
places ot the section. It Is close to tho
residence of the late James A. Hearn,
which Mr. Sheridan sold at auction last
April.
Payson McL. Merrill Company sold
for Mrs- Louis W. Wallner to Charles A.
1Talson.,for occupancy, her dwelling and
about two acres on Bioomtleld way,
Llewellyn Park, West Orange, et. 3.
Adelaide De Hart Cook sold through
Joseph V. Keating to Arthur C. Thravei
her property at Rldgedale avenue, Madi
son, N. J.. the property consists of a lot
120x150, a dwelling and a number of out
buildings. )
Howe & Thompson sold f or Elizabeth
McKcnna her semi-bungalow with gar
age and half acre plot in Vivian Heights.
White Plains, N. Y., to Charles F.
Everett
Prince Ripley, Inc., sold for James
King Duffy his water front estate on
Premium Point, New Rochelle, N. Y., to
Lelloy Sargent The property consists
of about three acre v iua and a
colonial house and was sold completely
furnished.
Harvey Craw sold the home of John
J. Teal at Douglas Manor. Douglastown,
L. I., to Frank J. Cuneo. Jr. '
Douglas Gibbons A Co." and Alfred E.
Schermerhorn rented the north cottage
at Southhampton. L. I., to Major J.
Brook Nichols.
At Oreenwlch, Conn., he residence.
garage and three acres belonging to Max
1t tr TJivlinu- nn V.aut Putnam ivh 1
well IL uncjiow, on fcasi r uinam ave- ,
nue and Hillsdale road, has been sold
through Ladd & Nichols to Frederics:
Hecker of this city.
Walsh A Farrell rented for Mrs. P.t
A. Carter her two cottages at West-'
holme. Long Beach, L. I., to Mrs. R. M.
Colgate and William Leahy; alro sold
for the Shore .Bungalows. Inc.. summer
cottages at Westholme, lions; Beach, to
Katherlne Bakelaar and Mildred K.
i Potter.
Otto Oerd.tu sold his shore front prop
erty at Wnllack Point Stamford. Conn..
to a New lorn nuycr tnrongn ' jonn
r-mtnrA Thr Tilnrai minaLotji nt tr i
. . 'lth hm.t vd hundred ft
"vl-" . , j ,. .
frontage on Long Island Sound, with a
railway.
IlEALTV NEWS BREVITIES.
Charles M. Schwab has taken steps lo,
heve the assessed value of his city man
sion, nt 'West End avenue and Seventy
third street, reduced 300,Q0o, city ex-
THE SUN
ports placed a valuation pf J1.87fi,09il
ryjllrtZTtr
writ or certiorari from tha Hupreme
Court directing the department of tuxes
nd assessments to produce-proof to sub-
1 . t1. V"11,"110."' , .
Ntale JIaanl U tho buyer of, the four
fltcry buildlntr at 350 Washlncton street,
through Robert R. Kalnoy and I. B.
Wftkeiilulu ,
Charles Welland la tlu buyer of 71
nd 73 West Broadway, sold by the es
tate of Anna E. Leaycroft through
Wulto-doodman, Inc.
SHIPPING NEWS.
(COXTLVUE? FItOM PRBdBDLVO PAGE.)
vnrk via t Thomas; Lake iba. Wllmlo.
ton. NC.
PERKAMtlUCO, July 13-Arrlvcd, tr
Wwferrt Spirit, Newport News.
PriJmr?w-,fekWkr,,,rWI,"tr,v,M
'v Sailed IStli, sirs Dahtnda (Mr), New York;
i atuphrn It Jonos, PMIadrlphla.
biiikldb, July 12-HaiiJd, mr Evamvliie,
New Torii.
SOUTHAMPTON. July 12-Sattd, str Man
churla. (from Itamhurt). Now York.
SOON, Norway, July 7-Arrlvcd. str Lille
(Nor), Norfolk.
ST NAZAIRK. July T-&llld, str Capo
Corao (Br); Montreal,
8ANTANDEJI. July O-Arrked. strs Anats
ton. New York, via Llibon; "th. Slboney.
Tamptco.
8T MICHAELS, July 12-Arrlred. ttr Cor
vui, Norfolk tor Palermo.
8MYIINA. June 39-Arttvtd, str Clalrton.
Norfolk. N
SINGAPORE. July IO-Fnlleil. str Celebei
Maru (Jap), from Calcutta, for New Or
lcana. SHANGHAI. July ll-Arrtted. strs China,
SanlFranclico; Empnn of Japan (Hr), Van
couver. Sailed 12th, strs Katorl Maru (Jnp. from
Manila for Seattle; Ilyrcanla (Ut). San
Francltcn.
SANTOS, Jury 12-Sailed, ttr CiiuuU
Saru Map), New Orleans.
VALPAJUISO. July 12-Arrlred. str
Saula Twin, Uallfto,.toftng itr Hants Elena.
VICTOniA. DC, July 13 An-lrtd, berk
Coiuiueror, Honolulu.
.WKLLINGTON. July ll-Arrived. str
Tofui (Hr), San- Franelco.
YOKOHAMA. July tI-Arrtvd. ttr Polerlc
(Br), New York la Tort San Lulj.
Sailed 10th. ttr Cmprcas of rtussla (Ur),
Vancouver, DC.
FOREIGN PORTS.
tBy Man.,
BALIIOA. July 6-Sllcd. motor ship Val
paraiso (3w), Valparnlso.
DAItDADOS, June 2()-Arrivfd. strs Archi
tect (Ur), Antigua (and eatlM for London);
Saba (Ur), London (and sailed th 28th for
Grenada); 27th. whr Hlllcrest (Ur), Ter
namhuco; Iluby W (Hr), Bahla; 2Sth, Mr
Lake Elkwood. Martlnlqua; iclir Ueneral
Pan (Ur). Cadb.
Sailed Mtb. echra Norm D Gtrorur (Ur).
Turka Iilind; 28th, Gertrud Parsons (Dr),
St Vln-nt.
HALIFAX, July Il-Below, rchr Olja
(Dan), from Eurooc.
I
Sailed liili. ichr Arthur II Znirker (Ur)
Quwnrtown.
,,?7l'!FV.JT.VTdK,
t?r). Lerpoof; Tlietli (Ur), Si
strs Canada
St Johns. NF.
NORTH SYDNEY. CB. July il. AM Ar
rived, str Iitrela. Bathurit for Quesnstown.
PRESTON, July P-Salled. str Lako Stir
lint;, lloaton. -
QUEBEC, July ll-rawcd In Fams Point,
ttrs Pomlra (Ur), London for Chlcoutlml;
S:iakepwir (o rrporttd), or do.
SHANGHAI. July 8-Arrlved. itr Pawlet,
A'torl l& Yokohama.
SYDNEY. NSW, July 1-Arrtved. bark
Hanard, San Franctaco.
SYDNEY. CB, July li-Arrtwd, lr Lord
Duf ftrln (Dr). Rotterdam and Shields (to
load coal at Port Hasting for Rotterdam).
W1NDSOII, N8. July 10-Arrlvl, sclir C
Maude Gaiklll (Ur), Yaimouth.v
YOKOHAMA. . July 4-Salltd. itrs West
Henahiw. San Francisco. West Jeno, Se
attle. AMERICAN PORTS.
IDy Telegraph.
ASTORIA. O. July I3-Arrhed. str West
Krals. Tientsin.
Silled l.tth, ttr Harden, Europe.
BREMERTON, Wash. July 13-Arriired.
Otho, Norfolk.
HOSTON. July J4 Arrived, stri Ikala (fir),
Llvrrool Lake Suulpee, Ean Domlneo Ul )
and Macorlt, City of Colunitmi, Savannah.
(Ireelau, Norfolk; Uarliacvna (Brae), Foury.
Lak- ElmoMr Portland, tugs, Carlisle, tow
li.f. I'aiKi-i .Mvrrlam and Oak Hill, Phtladel
phla; Mary W Potttr, Sndl.h. towafc
bargva Cohocton, Ixon and" Shlckuhinny,
from New York.
Below 13th, tug Ontario, from New York,
towing barfes Sumtr Ltnthtcum and
Grenwood (for Portland), No 14 and Mv
taconict.
Cl'.arcd 14th. ttrs Lako Faribault. Charles
ton and tieksonvtlle: City ot Columbus, Sa
vannah, chr Lloyd V Hurry (Br), llorta.
Sailed 13th, tchr American Eagle, st Join,
NM.
flailed 14th. Poitufturae cruiser Sao Gabriel,
Nw Ptdford: strs Ernemore (Ur), Glufow,
Amolco, Agulrre and San Juan, Kerehaw,
Norfoll; and Uaittraorv; Delaware, Keu
York; tug CarlUle, Philadelphia, towlnt
uer;cs Ttmp,e. Tulpeheckei. nn: Norhimlnj
-Wind at Hlfhland Light SW.yCO miles,
'thick ion: smooth sea. '
IIALT1MORE, July ll-.rrived. strs Lane
Elilnoir, New York; Meircve, do. Nlcoiao;
Athanaisulls (licerk), Piraeus; Aunbuig
lllr), Noriolk. Lak Harris, Cleu(utos,
Clan Macintosh (Ur), GlatKow; Kr.u.I 1,
(Dun), Klitnoie; LAkc Elon. Calais; TrcIi
ley (Ur), Cherbourg, Poutos (UrH), liarry.
Jiananaur I'cri mr), Jianeiier. nrnioi
Frlton; Kouma. Nrw York
Ornebora: (Pan).
Coiwnhagttt;
Nordtjrld
(Nor), Nowpoit
Cleared 14th, sirs Fort Gaines (Nor). I'ort
Maria; tan Lortns (Ui). Tuzpam; Kothley
(Ur), Genoa; Burgondlur (Ur). Antwerp
Aniljk (Dulch), Rotterdam; uaka Gar-a,
Clcrifii"to and Sautlago.
Sailed 13th, strs Manhattan' (Br), New
port News; Howard, Boston.
Salltd 14th. atrs Inuri Maru (Jap), Rot
terdam; Belvernon (Nor), Antllla; Craw!
Keys, Georgetown, BO; Caiambu (Brar),
Charleston, SC; Herculus (Nor), Havana and
New Orleans.
BEAUF'JRT. NC. July 13-Arrlred at Cape
Lookout Cove for harbor. U S S No SSI; tug
(supposed) Albert J Stone, toning 2 barges.
BUZZARDS BAY" (Capo Cod Canal). .Mass,
July 14 Passed, tugs Warrior, wltb 1 barge;
Lathi American, with 1; Eugcnd Hughes,
ith 2.
Passed 14th, tiu Cora L Staples, with 2
barges. '
CHARLESTON, SC. July 14-Arrlved. atr
Cornucopia, Tarnpai Wearwood (Ur), Hartle
pool ; Cotopaxl, Satannnh: John Ulumer
(Nor), Shields; sclir Rassapcage, Tampa.
CAPE HENRY, Va, July 14-Pa.tsed In,
atrs Hlgho, Crlatobal for Baltimore; Har
danger (Nor), Tyn for do; King Edt.anl
tUr). Cardiff for do; Port Antonio (Nor),
Port Antonio for do; Wilfred (Fr). Tunis for
do; Julia Luckenbach. New York (or do;
Daybieak (Ur). Rio Janeiro for do.
Passed out 13th, 2 PM, str Lakeside Bridge,
Baltimore for Port Hastings.
Pasaad out Uth, strs Eastern City (Ur),
Baltimore lor Dunkirk; HJeltcfJord (Nor),
do for Bergen.
GALVESTON. Tex. July 13-Arrivcd. strs
Calaveras, Baltimore; Nlcoto II (ltal),
Tampa.
Arrived 14th, str Vacuum, New York.
Sailed 13th, str Anglesea (Br), Havre:
Raynola (Ur), Bordeaux;' Chestnut Hill,
I'aulsbora; J F Penrose, Orange; NuUscimmt
(Br), Cardiff; S M Epauldlng, Tamplco,
Toptla, do.
Sailed uth, strs Cuttyhunk, Bremen;
Callepelt, Boston.
JACKSONVILLE. Fla. July 13 Arrived,
str Oclethorpe. Key West; schr Helvetia,
Norftfk.
Arrived 14th, itr Princeton. Tamplco; yacht
Dorothy W, Nassau.
Sail-id 13th. itr Kiowa. Boston.
Sailed Uth, strs Laka Ell t nor ah, Boston:
Iroquois. Norfolk; Oglethorpe, New York.
HONOLULU, Jnly ll-Arrived, strs East
era Guide, San Francisco, fc; 13th, Went
lllka, San Pedro for Singapore; West Jappa,
Manila for New York.
MANILA, July 10-Salled. str Lowther
Castle (Ur). New York.
Arrived l!th, atra Colorado Sprlnis, Ean
Francisco ila Yokohama; Colusa, San Fran
cisco via Honolulu.
MAYAGUEZ, I'll, July 14. 1 AM-Arrtred,
str Maracalbo, New York for Laguayra, Ac
(and proceeded 8 AM).
MOBILE, Ala, July 14 Arrived, atn
Phoenix Brldgt, Tampa; tug Jim Sid, Ha
vana: schrs Isabel C Harris, do; Three
Marys, Brest: Georgette, Gibraltar.
NEW ORLEANS. La. July 14-Arrlvedi
Sirs 14"" l.orj. icia.; ww, ao; i.as
Blng4r:li progrcsa: Matamas; Gulfport; Mev
itr Bills (Nor), xeia; i.axa ucrno. do; Lake
tco (Mex), Ualreaton; O T Waring, Nor
folk: qulmutan tiionai, i-on cortex; retro
lelne (Br), Shields, E: Rama, Blueflelds,
Ilomului, Port Lobos, Mex: Surinam?, Port
Uarfos: ichr Nomts, Mexico.
Cleared 14th, rlra Anthracite BrldgejOran,
Cette. Piraeus and Salonlca la Norfolk and
itiisrta; Aueuata (Hond). Omoa via Port
Cortex: Creole, New Y'ork; Lako Gera, Port
Arthur; aianxamuo. ismpico; Aiinooaa, iroi
lerdamenranac (Dr), London.
Sailed from Port Ends Uth, atra Baldhltl,
Tuxparn: Lako Strymon. Mobile; Louisiana,
Tamptco: Pechelbronn (Fr), Marseilles and
Cette: Tameel, Tamplco; Unlo (Br), Helslns
for and Ulenborjr, Finland; Y'oro (Hond),
Celba. .,. ... ,
rtr Aa.ilos Geraalmos (Greek). Piraeus
.Canoga. Norfolk; .Montgomery, do: Olympla
(ijrcek), NorroiK; i-anaimi vagnano iiireek),
j iMraeus; Putney Ur). Ilddleabrouli;
Bprlngburn (Br), Glasgow:, Terrlor (Nor),
Havre; Erroll (Br), Norfolk; Y'omacbichl,
Norfolk.
Sailed 14th, sirs Ouarn, Norfolk: Mystic,
Ttlo Janeiro; Sldlaw Range (Br), Cardiff;
Svend II (Dan). Frederlcksham.
NOBFOLK, Va, July 14 Arrived, strs
Mortlake.dlrL. Hartlepool: Kthelhllda (Br),
Harry: Irlnti Monarch (Dr), Puerto atexloe;
Harold Dollar (Br). New York for Vztv
culicr, Ac; Urioll (Br), Bordeaux; Copen-
AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1920.
i
.liugeri (Dr), London and Shlalde;. Ionia,'
ArTlvid fl, trs Snug Harbor. Boston
j n.. lin.mn
Arrived uth. sirs Howard.. Savamiah;
"""J'nt. n- cnhRjrn;n,''rw!n0"
scat ilarlc- Z Mlcliallnus idrwUi. aibraltar.
Arrived MUi. ttr UoUvler (Bl). Ant-
worp; Dtrijio, Port Arthur for Antwerp;.
(Br), Dubllo: Kantiattan (Hr),,'nalttmore fori
AiiLwerpi Ouiiiitke. Baiiinuirti. FrlnCtaj
(Peru).. ; Poartmoor (Dr) Harry; schr
(leorsa B Cluett (Ur),. Ilarbadosr tur F W
Ibwbltng.
Hailed 14th. atra Amsrlonn. Stockholm;
JIi'rcul (Su), lUltlniore; lsiuitl, Hamburg;.
'Taaona'' (Greek). New York.,
Balled from Hampton Boadti 13th, str Su.
vtrlo (Ur). Oenra.
KaJliil from Bamptoa Roads 13tll, strs
Maiden. Boston; Juniata, dot Alabar, Ches
ter; Htli. Cover.a, Panama. Canal; IUta
Freezeoul. Orange, Tei; Laka I'oiiclio. Lis
bon; Corsica, Doston; Montpeller, Hamburg;
Uugaya. JackonIIU;; Galdtnfal (Br), Lon
don: Holtby (Jlr), Ptilladtlphla; Nlcuburg
(Ur), do; Blikardl Mtndl (Sp), do; IgoU
Mandr iSp), do; Hessa (Nor), Drammin;
Kalypso Vorgottl (Groak), Bordeaux; achr
Jsna Palmer. Buonoi Aires.
VOirr AimiUIUTex. July l3-Arrlvoil
ttrs War Sjlkft (Br). Lisbon; 11th, Arlo.
Naw York.
Soiled 13th. strs Gulfllght, north of Hat
tarn's; Roanoke, Tamplto; S)uoya (Ur),
Itnttcrdam.
1'liNSACOM, Fla, July 12-Amved, icnr
Temratu. Bou,uroii.
Mailed t3ih. strs Ncahamlny, ; Oalatlga,.
Holland; schr M J 'laylor (Br), StAn-dn-ws.
1
PORT TAMPA, Fla, July 14-Arrlved. mr
Maicotte. Havana via ICey West; sclir Helen
llarnet Urlng. Havana.
Sailed lttlu ctra Jean. Baltimore; Ilolden
Evans, Tamplco.
P1ULADBLPHIA. July 14-Arrlvcd, strs
Ilovland (Nor). Cliriatlanlar Vaarll (Nor).
New York; Doming q. do Larrlnaua (Br), do;
HIsko. Port Lobos.'TIun, Port Arthur; Laku
Annette. Portland; 1'orsls.n, Boston; All
nett. Port Antonio.
Cleared 13tb, str W S Rtuora.Part Lobos;
Norman Monarch (Br), Liverpool; J W Van
Dyke, London.
Cleared Uth, strs Veitnorgo (Nor), Port
Antonio: Woodmansle. Rio Janeiro and
Santoa; Taunton (Nor), Tanamo; Kremlin,
rllelzl. Louis du Rhone.
Passed down Reedy Island Hlh, atr Ilono-,
lulu, Phlladalphia for Now York: Pldyk,
(uutcn), do ror itoiteniam; ureian, uo ior
JacksonvlIlK, Ac.
Passed up DelawaVa Breakwater 14th, strs
Laka Markham, 'Cuba (or Philadelphia;
probably Ulikargl Mendl (Sp), Sagunto for
do.
Passed up 14th, 4 AM, str Ncwaster (Br),
Marseilles, Ac. for Phljadelphl.1; 7 AM. schr
Jacob W Hook. Kingston for do.
Passed out Htli, 10 I'M. tug Aiklns
Hughiis, tou'ltiK barga Caddo for New York.
Passed out 12th, .3:30 Ml, strs Jan Von
Nassau (Dutch). Philadelphia for Port Hast
Idjs; 13th. 3 AM. Northwestern Miller (Ur),
do for London; I) PM, Caspur. do for Havre
and Bordeaux; ltth. 5:30 AM. Cii&rlot, do
for Hamburg via New "ork; 10:40 AM,
Laura dial), do for Gibraltar (for orders),
12:50 PM. Meteor, do for. Ikwton.
SaUed 13th, 4:30 PM, str Aeator (Nor),
from PYederlckstad for Daltlmora. Wind
SW, IS miles; partly cloudy; moderate eva.
PORTLAND. Me. July 14 Arrived, airs
Lake Lrmindo, Norfolk; Northeni Wave,
Ualtlmoro-
Sailed Hth, str Laka Geysor, Antwerp;
Fraeman, Norfolk. Wind SW. light breeju;
clmr.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal, July 13-Arrlvcd.
str Weat Hlmrod. Manila. c; Dirmlnaham
City. MoDUe; Ecuador. Manila. 4c; Manoa,
Honolulu.
Sailed Mtli, strs Luna Maru (Jap), (torn
Hong Kong, 4c, to New York. Jklarama (Ur),
Sydney, NSW; Elkliorn, Slnaipora, Derosa.
Si-attle: achr Hofnmond. Cap Town.
SEATTLE. Wash, July 13-Salled, atr
Africa Maru (Jap), Japan, China and
Manila.
SAN PEDRO, Cal, July 12 Arrived, strs
Yalo, Jacksonville. Vlnlta, Shnnehal, &c.
SAVANNAH. Ga, July 1-Arrl-d, atrs
Wyandotte, Wilmington : Western Hopo, Now
Orleans; Hagno (Dutch), Jacksonville; Glou
cester, JackaonvllU for Bultimore.
Arrtted llth. atr City ot Rome, Boston.
Sailed 1-ith; sirs Cotopaxl, 'Charleston;
Laka Llcoco, Havana.
Sailed Hth. air Lucanla (Ital), Genoa; In
dlanlc (Sw). Gothenbuir.
TAMPA. Fla. July 14-Arrived, aux ehr
Iragee. Cuba. ,
Sailed ltth, sctir Jubilee. Matamas.
VINEYARD HAVEN, Mas. July 14
Sailed, achrs M O Crowell (Ur), from Llver
pool.NS. for Naw York: Whllcway (Br).
fromVValton. NF. for Norfolk.
Passed lilth. 12.30 PM. str Ruth, Norfolk
for Scarsport. Wind routhedly, fresh, foggy;
choppy
WH.MIWTOW NC. July IS-Salled. str
JustaTi Macy, Nw Yf.rk.
AMERICAN PORTS.
By Molt
ASTORIA, O. July S-tSal!ed. str Sllver
ihrll, San Francisco.'
HONOLULU. July 8 Arrhed, schr Fear
ifsi. Newcastle,
Sailed fth. sirs Tenyo Maru (Jap). Y'oko
luma. ic; Nile (Ur). Son Francisco.
NEW BEDFORD. Mau, July D Arrlveil,
str Lake Gutir, Norfolk, Ktlu sclir Emma
A Ellen, Togo.
railTLAND. Me. July 13-Salled. sir Lake
Ounulng. Mobile.
PROVIDENCE, RI. July 12-Arrlved. lira
Dorcliester, Norfolk; Cowdnle, do.
Sailed llth, str Laka l'Icrlan, Newport
News.
SAN FR.NC1SC0. Cal. July 8-Salled.
trs Crown City, Portland, Rlchconcal, Port
San Lut and llonolulu.
SAN TEDRO, Cal. July 7-Arrlved, str
Writ Hartlnnu, jV-torla.
Sailed 8th, str Sliaboiue (Ur), Hong Kong.
NAVAL OEDEHS.
" ; f '
Spreial to Tun Si m an New Yobk Hcxild.
WASHINGTON. July 14. These naval or
ders have been mado public.
Lletu.-Cnmmandrr Fred (T. Berry, to duty
In command dotac&ment Esgla boats. Navy
Yard. Postsmouth, Va.; Commander Felix
Oygax, to duty aubmarine division U; Lieut,
Ounlor gride) F. A. Jahn, to U. 8. S. Da
Long: Lieut. Stenart P. Mead. Construction
Cores, to duty Todd Dnr Dock Company.
Tacoma; Lieut. -Commander Chester W.
Nlmtts, to command.!). E. S. Chicago; Lieut
James Roberts, to connection fitting out U.
S. 8. McCormaek and on board when com
missioned; Lieut. Vernon H. Wheeler, to con
nection fitting out U. 8. 8. llellef and on
board as supply officer when commissioned;
Lieut. J. C. Bvauette. to staff reeresentatrve.
Tarls; Lieut. II. H. Julbert. -to staff Vice
Admiral Huse as flax lieutenant: Lieut.
riunlor iradel IL F. llckfonl. to U. 8. S.
Gonnesee. Lieut. Commaador S. II. Ger, to
R. S. San Francisco.
SATISFIED JUDGMENTS.
MANHATTAN.
The first name U tint of the debtor, the
aecondi that of tho creditor and date uhen
Judgment was filed:
M'litln. Osear-A. Berg: June 18,
1010 (cancelled) $l,080.3i
Chapln Home for the Aged and In-
nrm n, lu. omun ci ai; juiy u,
1020
Oppenhelni, Louls-D. Gluek. March
28. 101
Times Square Improvoraont Co.
James McCreery Realty Corp et
nt: June 7. 1D20
2.9U2.M
2,304.37
218.01
Hlnee. Walker D. A. L. Bebeau;
April .10, HBU
13,143.50
Boss, Chas C. Hudson Garage:
July 1, 1?20
Fielder. Martin J. J. Williams;
Aug. IB. Ifflfl
Garden Building Co. and Samuel
Hyains-J. RSsak et al; May 1C.
llf. '.
Caloet, Henr' Clandere Realty Co.;
April 19, 120
138.30
270.41
114.21
243.03
Whitson, John E. I. Hoienreld;
Dec. 5. 1919 2.843J1
J1RON.X.
Manhattan Mortgage Co. A. Ralle:
Sept. 23. 11 130.90
rcerless 'American Products Co. and
Manhattan Mortgage Co. A.
Ralle; June 23, 1030 129.30
Sellrman. Mathllda-O. De Fran-
, cesco; Jan. 20. 192). 73.91
Fire Record
A.M. . Loss.
13:10-r.9 Washington st.; unknown. . .Slight
12a5tft"i East llth at., auto in garsre;
u ikncwii Slight
1:03 Mcshollu Pkwny and (Jrand Con--ourse.
Tb llronx, auto; Mary
B. llahn Unknown
l:10It) North Wllllanv it.: Lowe's
neetaurant Unknown
8:00 Jamrs it. and New Bowery:
St. James School .....None
9-41 110 Cannon at.: Lena Ohl.... Unknown
lO'IO-tBT lnox av.: Mary War
tied Unknown
10:50-A2 Eart 10th St.: American Llthn,
crapliinv Co Unknown
11'25-Pier 2.J. North Blver: N. Y.
Central Ki B Slight
ll:50-I3 Loiuewood av.. Tha Drpnx'
Isano Kata Unknowu
it.r.-Vront of 185 Orand it., truck;
George Nichols Nona,
P M.
.(0 lPtUh itraet and Colummi ave
nue, waxen. Herman Post. ...Trifling
4:00 City Island Station, the Ilronx.
trelght car N. Y., N. H. and H.
It. II.,.-: Trifling
5.;3jfr0nio avenue and I33d street,
Tt lironx. trolley car. Union
Itallway (triflliyr
5:30437 west Tninj--nnn itrcet. .nn.
Carney Unknown
B'tO US Wonster street. J. Leisen.Unknown
fl'10-e47 Centre street. Chelsea fclec-
trle Trimming Co .TrlflLr.g
CITY REAL ESTATE,
AbaTo lUtii St 3th A to North nirer.
The Peter Stuyvesant
258 Riverside Drive Corner 98th St
This 13 Story Building. Wandtrfully Constructed and Located, It
New Offered' to Tenant Owners Who Can Purchase
Apartments in suites of 6 and 7 rooms,
AN INVESTMENT OF $12,S0O. TO $18,000
SHOULD PRACTICALLY ASSURE FREE RENT.
The Frice and Rentals of the- Property are low and the entire. Propoutioa,
has been thoroughly inveitizated and approved by Legal and Real EihtJ
Experts u to tht question of values, rents, tax exemption!, etc
WOOD. DOLSON CO.. Inc.
BWCor.SOthSt
TeL5rJniYlrll03
REAI ESTATE OUT OF CITY.
WtrJieatr Sole or Rent.
The SolaiioD to Your Rent Proiein
.The many younft married couples that visited HJtrmon last
Sunday started a foundation for their own homes. 90
purchased building sites. If you will visit Harmon at our
expense and let us show you this wonderful property w feel
'quite sure that you will be of the sarno opinion as the many
youns couples thnt havo purchased property In tho past f aw
weeks, and are determined to own their own homes and stop
paying enormous, rents. For the past thirty years It has been
our exclusivo business to provide, homes on a small payment
plan. Thousoncb upon housands arts now the happy pos
sessors of beautiful homes that wot dd still be poyips rent it it
were not for our unique building plan. and. tha help that wo
have given them. 1
Unsurpassed for scenic beauty
Over fifty houws aw erected, or In course of construction. Aro you going to pay
thn landlord exorbitant rent stln rett of yrmr life? Why not mako a ttart now and
tsJrolvanyjjo of this remarkihlo opportunltyt "About 11,000,000 worth uf property
S3G0.O0Q his been spcr.t on Improvement, eonilstlng of aharlo trees, graded streets,
coment sldewalta. water, electric. lUhts. tclcphpue, etc. Y"ou do not have to wait for
these improvements, is they aro aU In now.
Ideal bathing beach, walks, boating and canoeinz. fishing on the picturesque Croton
Riven wonderful views of themijeitic Hudson: good schools, churches and stores very
accessible-.Jirge shade trees: every plot a wonder view; tennis and other outdoor sport.
Within the Hour 100 Electric Trains Daily
One of the great travellers of our country- says "that VcSchatter County is the
most wonderful country be has ever seen sod Harmon is the garden ipot of Weatchsster
County" Margaret Mayo, famous author, living at Harmon, says: "I have travelled
the country over, but havo found peace only at HARMON."
Call at' office for free transportation to rtVt'f HARMON ,
any day. Spreial train Saturday al 2 P. il. Sunday morn
inj, 11:30, city time. Itunch tall be sened.at the Clubhouit.
JOIN OUR BUILDING CLUB. EASY PAYMENT PLAN
Clifford B. Harmon C& Co., Inc.
Telephone Murray Hill 2326.
.51 East 42d Street, New York City.
Nor Jersej-etala or Real.
READY FOR OCCUPANCY;
TO THIS BEAUTIFUL JERSEY UUMJS.
Easy commutation , to New
York City. Eipress Sendee.
Nine big rooms, two tiled
hatha: two find sleeping
porches, big open fireplace,
wld concrat verandaa. beau
tlf oily finished throughout; per
quit floors, hardwood trimmed;
fine tree-covered grounds and
lawn: exclusivo residential
neighborhood ;iix minutes ffom
railroad atatlon: high In th
mountains; rluhta to chain ot
,1 beautiful lakta and near volt
and country rlubs, schools,
rhurches And nwrketi. PLOT
100 FT. x 200 t r, write, or
phouu
GEO. C. BLACKWELL, Sheimai. Su. Hotel.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
flrthnr C. Sheridan, nSicSi
JOSEPH P. DAY. Ileal Kitale. Aiietluncer,
1)7 Liberty at., N. T. Phone Cort.-T4t.
JURE JOHNSON, irt., CO., Auctioneers,
193 Montague St., Brooklyn. N. Y.
CITY REAL ESTATE.
WANTED.
Experienced Real Estate Salesman,
preferably with private house nxpvrl
enc; good opportunity for right
party with established downtown or
runlHitlm. Call
F.&G. PFLOMlvl;
REAL ESTATE,
1333 Broadway, at 35th St.
Uuslnesa X'roprltj a Scfalt'jr.
L
CROSSj?BROWN
COMPANY
Real Estate In all Rs branches.
IS EAST 41ST ST. 407 DltOADWAY.
I. B. WAKEMAN te
Downtown Properties,
1!12 Broadway. Phone forllandt 773.
9l f.VlWO(ml7IMAD!3CHrtVI
Cer33"JTirrr)
A.. T.lhArtv at..
SAMCEL KRONSKV, lac Rector M93.
Real instate urosors. iarDriiss iux.
Greeley BIM.
KLEIN & JACKSON,
REAL ESTATE OPERATORS.
SOI Fifth Ar. VaitdrrfclK 4380.
" George B. Corsa, i"
IS East Forty-third Slwt. New York.
HENRY I. COOPER, Real Estate
200 Broadvay. Tel. Cort. 5283.'
JOHN M. THOMPSON, REAL ESTATE
;U riroadway. Telophoie Barclay 5730
Sale Apartment and Boalnen Rulldlnga.
(jeO. L. U ridrc, Tr Vanderbllt .-,001
SPEAR & O., Commercial Property
"DOUOLt" 1- EI.IIJIAN CO.
13 l'jit 49th ft.
Galne, Van No'trnnd fe.Morruoa.
rrnpertv Management S3 Kat atth St.
4,IIbert Elllotti
tr. R. Speiicerl
Ileal lWate
154 Nan St. Reek.
ISSI.
Jn ilinnn rn ,nr- "ml Itale Speelalbt.
,B.W00ULUSO9 7th nv Tel. Morn. 77M
m llroadnrar
Cortlandt 341
WILUAU U. K11.PATH1CK.
VJI. A. WHITE ft SONS.
4(1 ldar al.
Tel. 3700 John.
CITY REAL ESTATE- I
Abnvo BCth St. 941i Av. to Nerth IHrer.
HARRIS, VOUGHT & CO.
569- Fifth Ave.
' Tel. 31 Vandtrbilt
HEAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY.
Westchester Sale or RmU
New Jersey Sale or Rent.
$3,500 SECURES TITLE
IMUariue or JiAST TERM MORTGAGES.
71sl St. and H'way. N. Y. C. Tel. 8400 Col
CITY REAL ESTATE.
From Battery to lllli St.. Inclusive.
C.rtEENWlCII YILUGC
Prirate block; three story, hlxh stoop; ona
of vuiage s'unesi reaiaencea; jim.wu.
lUUHOSS CO., 133 W. HTH ST.
Above llth St. to Nth St. (Inclusive).
East Klver to North Blver.
Renting Men Wanted
ftmih'ar with the section
Canal to d Su.: liberal
propoiition: applicstionj'
rrtitcd cwindentially.
SPEAR t COMPANY. 840 Broadway.
PEXNSTLV.LNU ZONE.1 I
Li
T. A. & J. J. FOGARTY,
,147-149 Y. 33d St. Htsroy isot..
Above Uth St.-Jth Av. to East klver.
EAST 61ST ST.$20,500.
17x00 ft. 4 sty. and boiem't, nr. 3d.
FRANK I. FISIUiR CO., SO Kail 42d 81.
Aboiro 68th St sth Ar. to North River.
AMSTERDAM AVENUE
Near 105th St., Five Story double
flat with stores. Cheap at $31,000.
Other Bargains. Write Theo. Ortmann
104 West 102dSt
Boruugh of Manhottnn Miscellaneous
PROPERTIES FOR SALE
N and to lease for all requirements.
DUSINCSS AND RESIDENTIAL.
ELECT US T. BACKUS,
CO East 43d it. Phone Vanderbllt 2341.
HOMES WITHIN THE HOUR
(Snle) ivtrrsrhere. l'hone, call or write.
J. Clarence IBle. 3t Nnssan St. Jolin H7.
Rale AnartnienU anil Iluslnrxs. llulldlntn.
fjpn T, O'Hare m ",h av.
UeO. Li. UXldll.,TeI vaml.rbllt too:. '
Iloroush of Urooklyn Sale or Kent.
flatbushI
(One Family Frame)
13 rooms, 2 baths, larse plot.
l'lUCF. S30,(KW EAS TEI1.11S.
JOHN REIS COMPANY,
8CI FlalbnsU ar. Tel. Flatbiuli lleo.
FI ATRII55H lrom"'j ,XJI Cortelyou Ilnad.
fLA!PtJiJnCt0. Egbert. Tel. 14 Flat.
Ilorourh ol Queens Sale or Kent.
OR A 1IOMK IX FT.VHIIINr.7
Bee IfALLEltAN Ajency, riuifclnf, .V. T.
MDn
Elj Business Proper fyj
AP.IRI1IISTS UNFUR1IISHEI),
Above 9tU t.-3th. Av. to. Eaut, Ulur.
The Most Unique
Tenant-Ownership
in Manhattan 1 '
NOS. 17 km 19 EAST 95TH STREET
. . between 5th and Midlaoa. Avei.
Sir Story Elevator Apartment Houses
THE UNIQUE FEATURES ARE
(1) . Superb location.. ,
(2) Low rents.
(Z) Small cash payments.
(4) Selling price Iflrjely Inns! valuo. '
AS. TO LOCATION
These houses ore in New Yorlt'a social centre ot,the same
1 'block, and in the. Immediate vicinity are. the. mansions of
many prominent New Yorkers. ', ,
AS TO. RENTS
The rents of seven'' rooms ora
$70 to $10(1 per month.
The rental value of these apartments, are
$120 to $1SS per month.
This saving in rent repays the cash investment in, tlyee
years. In addition to the rents beinr very low, about 23
of tho. rent is applied to the roduction of mortgage).
AS TO CASH REQUIRED
The cash payment required runs, from $1,630 to $2,400,
which investment is repaid in threo years by the difference
between the rent and tho rental value. This is, equivalent
to purchasing a 7 room dwelling In tho social centre of tlio
city on a cash payment of from. $1,680 to $2,400.
AS TO lyAND VALUE .
In striking contrast to the. usual tenant-ownership propo
sition is tho fact thai thejand value of tho plot, 70x100,
on which these houses are built is about 80 o of the selling
price the constant Increase in land value, clue to loca
tion, will soon bring tho land value up to 103 (and more)
of tho selling1 price. '
WE HAVE SOLD a goodly nuirxber of these apartments.
We are offering the Balance to equally desirable tenants.
Tha selling and leasing plan is simple and equitable.
. Inquiries gladly answered.
WILXIAM CRUltfSHANK'S SONS
Singer Building. Telephone. Cad! Cortlaadt'5194.
P. S.Alsa 3 Rooms, Rmt$lO,Mdnlhly; Cos Required', $SC0
HB5QS9S3
FACTORIES FOR SALE OB BENT.
NEW STEEL-CONCRETE
FACTORY-400,000 Sq.Ft.
In New York, with R. R. Siding
150,000 SQ. FT. "AVAILABLE FOR
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
PF PURCHASER
Attractive Mortgage Terms Already Arranged
In addition to providing ample space for future growth of, purchaser's bmineao
this building at present pays large prcfits, qb, Iqascs ;ncfv in farce, jiving owner
practically free rental of present available' space.
Louis SchSes'mqer inc.
Times Sq. Btdg.
NEW YORK
Orient Id2
OWNER'S
CITY REAL ESTATE.
Abote Ult' St. to 3!tli St (I-cluihe), Eat
P.ler to Nort'p Itlwr.
jiKtsSHtsSHKSHEsSrlssSHEsSHil
FOR RENT
Possession Oct. 1, 1920 f
Apartments
19-21 West-31st St
-2 Rooms & Bath to
6 Rooms & Bath
t
O . a - aft fJC
x otuaio Apanracnu LODSisiing or
Studio 10x28 3
With one or two rooms & batV vr
n Excentlonally spacious closotr
n Exceptionally spacious
Retailers Opporioniy
134 West 34th St. g
x.
Ul
jfZ Opposite R. H. Macy Sr. Co. g
!.; ; ) kullrllnv. "
-- J .i -r.
2 $20,000 net per annum!
U7 Tenant to make permanent al
Improvements. r5
To Lease or for Sale
17 West 31st StC
New 4 story and basemen
in as si tdL u i . L ul. rx
y
IS New 4 story and basemen fCi
1 25x98.9. W
r5 Exceptionally hlflh ccillnas. s
W Immediate possession
f Bargain Easy Terms fcf
FOR SALE
w
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ii
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s
as
X,
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in
X.
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X
with possession
23 West 31st St.
5 story and basement
25x33.9
07
Ml
TO LEASE
Stores and Basements
X
19-21 Vest 31st St.. I
Possession January 1, 1921 V?
I
X
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in
sr,
J UronJnay. htuyvesant 4C(l u
Hts5HtaSHtHtsSHSc3;-li3Srita5rlfl
REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY.
Long; Island Sale or Rent.
AIOM TIIK WHII MIOUK.
Dtslrabli Treuertles for t-ale or Heat
JKUEM1AU KOBBiKH.
BABTLON. U I. TEL. BAlirLOX-:X
All Vrar Suburban Ironies
At Day Shore and llriehtnatrn.
C. K. DItI!T STEIl,, Day iliore, U I.
17
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FACTORIES FOR SA1I
Essex Blcfg,
NEWARK
Mrk.l6500.
AGENTS J
REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY.
Long Island Salt- ur Ilirnt.
HOMES
Within the Half Hour
$11,000 Six rooms and baUii.tapeatry
brick: haated garagi with pri
vate dri,TBway, hot water heat;
' eeae sub-vpy station; 5 Nnt
tare: live minutes to water
front park, with bathlns!
1 , S3.00Q cash.
SltOCKV-Corner hoiiso. ,ievn rooms
nnj bath! garage: harilivuod
floor.", whllo (wnniel trim,
tiled bath and kitchen! flfwen
minutes from Grand Ontral
subway station: J3,r00 cash.
SJtO0ft-llautlfui white anl..reen
' rottnroi first story atuceo: T
rooms "and bath: lars llnt:
near station and waters 14,00
cash, , .
$13,000 lleltt rooms, and two baths ,
tftpcetry brick and stuccd; to
car garas; hardnood floors,
" whltt enamel trim; steam
heat.- pas, electricity; 13 year
morlga: S.1.0OO eaah.
Slfl.OOO Dutch Colonial, seven rooms
and bath; porch 10 by 2(1. Ilv
Ik: room U by 'J3. polished
oak fleors: 10 mlnutea out on
North Shore, near Lone Island
Bound; S'i.OOO cash.
S18.000 Eight rooms and two baths:
glnsa enclosed aun room; cor
ner plot; flva minutes from
atatlon: 100 feet, abova Lonj
Island Sound: plenty ot shade;
$0,000 cash,
flO.OOO Eight rooms and two Kuhs,
Urge roomy house: 44 feet
fiont; centre hall, 21 feet Irv
ine room; open fireplace;
larse class enclosed porch;
flower boxes; $(1,500 cash.
$37,M0 Nine rooms and threo batlia.
ten clojets; porch Iff by 40;
-corner plt 100 uy 150; f,v
nihtutes from Broadway sta
tion; twenty minutes from
IVnn. Station: beautiful tru3
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and ihrubbery; ready for l-s
mediate occupancy; Si.oOO
raeh.
rhotographs and full particulars cn
request.
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Siftort-Sraum
Stpaltij 0.
Tel. Mur. Ulll 110O, 5S VanderbUt Av.
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Attractive Colonial Dwelling
Immediate Possession
Choice location In Ilouglaston; all Improve
ments. Including rae, elcctrts lights, steam
lioat 4c: irlce $13,000. Can bo seen by
Hnpiyms to
Doutlaston Ilnd. fiouvlatton, or 1303
5 Woownrtn Kullitinsr.
imtT.IJS MANOR. .
I.I IIAIJT n'KI.CII. Tel. Ilaynlue Ml.
'r.(II.I)SCIIMIIlT, Cedarhnnt. U, I,
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LOTlGEACH 'vVv'
TU W TnAA ,'onr IslanU Tropertlei
i DOS. M. 1 OCa 4W Madison Ar., N. I.
Wetclifter Sale or Kent.
HKATTIK i CO., KKI. ESTATE.
Ill Huguenot ft. Phone 'JP31 New Ito-lielle.
tfXrVWirrfn WesteBsstsr Naarky Coaa,
Ai.nx; Tinr f.oi!.M
.WO Stli AV.. N. V.
tVestcheatrr and Nearby Coon::tleul
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