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MORE NAMES OF MEN
,CALLED TO-SERYICE
, 1 t- ' . f
XoV-rtl MVoardf iv Lfst. of
'Those Not- Exempted 'or ,
i
i
itamcs In trie' lists' Givehrbelow
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those of lnpnw)To htfrt been "jertl-for.senJe-o"
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tion aud MMiipiioii ioarri-w,einB-Quiy
JuallJIed to enter IhrhatfniMl army and'
Wlo havv-notvbccn' 'cfiptrfi' JrI'dl
rbW' if '.Soriioof tT luen'Avliose names
figure In tln tabulation have been notl
HJ ntfd the others will be notified' loon
oi their selection ffr service.
NThe nifn thus certlllod to date by their
Ics.il Ir.'biinal. excluding ..those whose
natie h.n already nivjearcd In Tim
Sin and The KvKSINO SON, are:
District no. 32.'
pti-iien' Vveuin-Iliad Misooii Street,
. . . i i ' . .
Cain John, 46' Ualiihrltlse t
Znlotialti- Tony. 4H CUuiicny st.
Tnart. Wilh-ini, 7sl (Juliicy at
Ire-rett, ArthiirJ ,.! Hopkinson ar.
shilllnrton. Ilirry, 713 McDonoiuh l.
LvaMrl' William. K4 aiadlton. at, ,
Jai-, John C , 4t Chauncey at
KVillv John H Balnbridge at
Hanltel. Edward J.. KW Madison it.
Metf. Wdltam F., 7sn MeDonongh eti
Vojtl. llartln K , fV. Hnliey at.
Corbel!, Jimr J., C55 Chauncey at.
Potted, Adclbert U.. 165 Howard ar,
Mrnrr, Frinl!,T. 4:6 llalnbrldge t.
Wciis. Max A., H Patclien or,
Whitehead, Horace J.. 970a Galea ar.
tllrh, Hl-iiry J.. :rs Chauncey at.
Kklund. Charlra W 102 Ralph ar.
nanman Harry W $:3 1-exingtou ar.
Cbrrc Hvry C, 1604 Bedford nv.
Brennan. Frank S.. 1037 Putnam ar..
Armstrong Albert. ?22 Madison at.
Ukr, Ciiude, .; MeDnnoiuli. it.
Flicher, William. C5 llalpb, u.
Vounr, nnlx.rt M . MO Deeatur t.
Pojle. Jmph M., i Maoon l
Nuiiberatr. Heorts G.. Kla llaltey it.
Hirbeclte, ' Edwin S.. 079 McDonouih t.
roijjam. U'vrif T.. Gt MeDonoudh t.
pilrai, GreB i iTS Chauncey at.
Rofen. llnbcrt It . tot Decatnr t.
foluveri Rohert, ?I3 Macon at.
Frwler. Wallace; SOU Qu!nc.Tct
Gtary. John J.. 3SC Balnbndfe t.
SrwUMjicrs:. John A.. S50 Macon at.
artkr. famuet 'H4 SfcIJonoUrt t.
Hon. William C. r.1) Chaanery rt.
BcU Robert H JM Chauncey at.
M5tney. TTiomaa.' S6 Channoer t.
Lorffnbcrt. Ciarle.: 3- Jeffereon
Wond. Joeph. J'3aratO(r ay..
KoHcllv. Philip. Itoward av.
Putwt. rred. Ml IIaley. at.
Wtlllneham. Albert C. 6S0 McDonou:h at.
Troarik0". Reorre, S21 Qulncy at.
D.(hir Frank. Sl Madison at
Cillahan, Jnnnh P.. 1011 Putnam T.
.Jrence, Ilerbrrt S19 Chaucy at.
Kofler. Geor.-e. S04 Macon at.
Mayo. Itolvrt L.. M7 Cbaun(y. at.
Seuman TlVUlSam. B ChaunceT' l.
Hodae. William II , SGS rutnant t.
PIIjimtU. Ionard ,W.;51 Jeffcraonw .
Kaih, rranWlu S.. CP? Halcy ft.
rodwmck, Charle". 4K Chauncey at.
railorc, Leon J., 215 Marlon at
IVWniaim.. Georse, .ie-.ltainbiidj- at- .
Ward. Hlllard S.. McDonouih at.
Oalio. Oliver. :71 Halph av.
UrooBer, Cllltord D.. 7M Hancock at.
Tot. Brrln F.. SM Macon at.
Knblemn. Edard. 7S7..Jceraon ar.
I(inhanll, Iiula. 1316 Broadway..
Ld-rman. Benlaraln J.. JeBeraon ar.
Sn'livan, John J.. 1816, Broadway.
VjIHizi. Ionard. S4 Putnant ar.
Farber. William M.. G""! McDonouih .
Fchumann. M.'P..' S1V Batnbrldr; t.
farroll. Francis A.. ,407.Jlilnbrtdse st.
Kratt. Henry G.te Hnlpfl aT.
Korb. William C. 63 MeDonouyh at.
Itom. .Mathew. M Chauncey at.,
rote. Allen. 81 ChS,u;ry at. ' 1
Morrt".-Mmon. 7W cponoI:h ., ,.
Ott.'Jobn, Jr.! 9 PutriamV.
Mahoney, tlantcl. S34 Hnlfey et.
Brrnnan. Krtard C 117 SaraYof T.
PrhltHfr. r.dward. 906 lfalsey ft.
Orlm, Krlch. 11? nowarrt ar. '
PmiaW. Eu7ne, . i5 llalfey.at.
ncdlv, Tbarats D.. 4S Balnbrlda at.
rirraorman. Samuel H.. 704 Ia"r
4lnini. Itolrt. 7S2 MeTionoua it.
TrKUrtrl. 11. Carl. 4W Balnhrldja at.
r.putn, Anthony. W "
Warner, t'harlea. 675 Balnbrldf at
, ain1.lt. Obcar V,. 46SA McIonyft at.
Hnrttt, Joseph. 416 Balnbrtdsj at.
Omnt, I-retlerlck. a Hancock at.
nhlf, Alnylna S.. 6M Macon at.
EoiP" Adolph M.. 112 ItnlPh ar.
Mcljiiadc. William, S03 Halpey at.
Sqt!a. Karld, S10 McUonmiah at.
limphVar. Hrnrtt. tfmmit
Ttnr , t'lan-nce .11 . 454 Balnbrldg at.
NadMl. ialny, 2 ItalpU ar.
('.In. IMward A.. Sli . Chauncey at.
Murhf, Arnold W 79S Maeon at.
Ublli John C. 10W G.itea ar.
nirt, Stirmirad. i baratog aj.
SlcUarry. James P., 7W Madison at.
IwdwU. Johu II.. 4M liecatur.at.
ro"n Wlillam V.. Jr.. CD Decatur at.
ireen. Peter, Kl rhauncey at.
ilewr. John P.. Monroe at. V .
Fulltuir Bertram K., V75 Halsey-at.
, Harold I... 539 Balnbrtdae at.
McCntdry, Harold A., S-9 MoDonoof h ft.
ilr... Nathan. 3lt HpPOVSh i .,
TapalW Samuel It.. 760 Halsey at.
iulll.an. fheater. 6S0 McDynoutht.
EwhrnUcWT. Ham' l:-. 7!1 Msdlwiu at.
Kflter, naorse' A., US-Howard ar.,
;V,n"ni, Paul A...K "ed!"",
Mlllin Samuel J . M Balnbrldge at.
VantlwlOla,-Jedk.ia(allAJf.
Strrtpffldt, narrr P.. SM Hadtaia at.
J..I,.ToUn J.. 8t MaitUon atw.
.W?TJ- IJ1 J .761 McDonoush at.( ,
ll..thr oiniM. '.MaCOTM .
l.dlmlir-r.nvatttr A.. 6U Mel) .IVWth at J
tr-i-Ur. PStir, 4n..MHift at. -r ,
!T TeV-J jTSa-Madlaon i' , '
li?i,f!, CVuaa. M Qoluw t.
ArruY.ii, l'ataj. Gates or.
Cl-r l'i lir r , lUlnbtldc f-
C,a..- TtH.ina.lW.. M 4'haune.y .tt
Hlfck. Jim. W, W.M; ,?"1,"fVt
liUiJe Mlltard J . S5U Halaey a(. .
U- tim.3 Carl P. " Mi-D-momh it.
Ml".. M0 lUlnbrhV'at.,
).inu"Hj. KdW, W4 Macnil ktf
llleei-ker Srthtir, 210 lla1nbrl(J t.
I'm t !!eulaniln,S79 Haniwk at4
l.mlni'r Hmromid, 49 Puli-firtj ar.
Wolf. Uudolph, WW (itena av
He nniti Jtitni A . W0 llancack. at.
ah. JeUn W.. 921 JWl"',
-i Jotn J . Jr.. SI7 HaUey t
tralsh. Wnrd, 761 Mcloaon'h t
Nurphj, James It. 31 Hnpklason ar.
Mlllfl. llenrj. Jr. 7S Saiatoaa ar.
Ilans ie-v. Harold It . 1 tehj n ar
Andrrt'.n Wdllain K , 42j Marlon at.
Fnavl Charles, .A3 lliauneey at.f
tsSTana. A luyalua J . M7 Putaam a.
.,Mlar l,lard J.. S lalnbrldpi t.
CraT Udwrrd C.. il02 Ha hhrldae at.
Human. t-lll.m S.. S77 l'litnara a'.
Hurra i, Wlllia-.n. 123 nalnbrldje st.
n.nnill. I'atrlik. 45 Sumptcr at
J.ra".-. Lew W . 072 McDonouih at.
fc(;hniiy. l.i-o. "''V,"'!U v'
IIi, r Jaii.es Q ..ITkU (lata T.
rntlccis Hinry A, 321 Chauncey at.
KafeT.e Plillln II.. "MS Iftlnbrldta aW
i.uirr JlarW 11.. 34 Ilalnbrldro at.
RrfnTiea, "irdeneV W.. M .-Marllron at.
Martlnv. Chnrieti C . 1(V Himatd ar.
,"he a Ad.lfc.-tt X.. BW .Mellonomh at.
Walls. W tllam, 071A Putnam ar.
lisffrrty; Haro' ''. 15 1 ahen ar
J "fmltitliain. George P... HBO Greene ar.
Nerlna. Jeeph V.. TM Maeon. t.
Httraaer, John. 779 Madison st.
Iferl-on . foils 15.. SI0 Putnam ar
ftahelman. Henry T... SU Hancock st.
X,h Charle" P.. 727 MeDnnnugh at
ffi Chart"" Jr.BJ Hancock at.
lylS.' Jo'Mo-'o, St.
Stlrtea! rnarlaa U,
p(ert, All-rt J., MO Sjiwn at.
( rorce, Chailis G 1W2 Putnam ar.
drfil.er l-gjene A.. 102d tlatea ar.
1 nwni ). .loiepli. 4A Oiaunecy st.
Header. Jacob. Jr., m Maeon at.
hiaire. ltassell H.. 7D1 Mi'Do.iourh at.
I, trnan. Thomas. If Marlon st.
S -mi, Thomas P. mot Putnam ar.
5 imurr. John I!.. TM Chaumey at.
1 , t lMtar W. 'jlS.JIaniork st.
1 ii.in.lii .( . 017 Maeon st.
i ,i riv Thomas .1 . 1217 Ji-nerson ar.
I n John, 7SS Hnlfey st
Mariner. HsrryS. Sirt.mlph ar.
rri-derlik-, 420 Ilalnlirldxa at,
mi Arthur II " Putnam ar
iii.iind.-r Hilts J. ."fl Marlon M.
Ma.-ter John A . hll Madison at.
k Vathsu "ti llnli brldie st.
i.rs rrld, M7 Mi-Donointh t.
rrllln, Johu, 2-'.li t'luuneoy st.
lhme Wilm, sjk t'hunncee-st,
Ileiaior Frank O 4J5 4th av
r.u o.iisir itlcliinl. 191 Kalnh ar.
f nuer Havlcl 30 Chaumey at,
LnfrMio fiiiikoppe, 231 Chauncey st.
JITi-imlMi Ftenlirn. Jr. M3 Macon at.
one Ilnr.ii'j. os; Putnam ar.
brron Abraliam," l'0 Greene, nr.
F irrmurliv Johu J.. fi7 Madison at,
l!r IMwird .1. "i' Maeon at
Me, uiir.ii, Stephen. W9. Marlon at
n..nrr t..i..i Dur..li at.
Sihmiilt! Geors'o V WJy Halaey aL
till, Joseph, 401 Chauncey at.
DISTRICT NO. 53.
.Niirlli I'lm, ,,t Iln, ,MiM'-r
II 1. 1 ,s ii,
Knlili.ielrr, William, Jr.. .".IS !,'1t ,1
Marandlilo, lim-co, OJ. Grand at.
Munrlatn, 1 ariulue, 213 N ttli n.
Sosno4kl, lanacj. h s. I(i .t.
Heller, -lsMmr, 149 II mint s ,-
Timhey, Waller, 112 N. Stli.M
Kcbauin, Paul, '.II Msrer ar '
Ntlct, Adam, 63 X fth st.
,'yiS"i:,":"''SIB letiolMlltsri ar., n.oicd t
J. tvi ti at,
l ientul, John, 172 Wjlh r.
Itnareut, John, 76 .V Tib si,
Henrtlrr.'.himbr-sSS'H.'iM st -
Intrader,. Kmaumd, 4jy lilm t ,t,
Hllrsrrnsn. lrxlni. l?r. iih...i
J,n,.f1J'.W,"Jt'1"1' ' -s' Otlf art. ' '
IdsTctl, lleAnaii a., J2 Mi iivioitan sr.
Srrtlo, Adam, 61 liisnd t,
Heller, Jai-oli, 3j5 s. 2d st.
HeMartlno. Paul, 224 N. oiu ,t. ,
Ginsberg. Phillip, 222 Mtropulltan ar.
tJalante, Mlrhelc, 7 Marrr ar,
Koulrea, Andiew, SI X, 7th at.
Giordano, Gaetano, .-179 S. 2d at.
Illut, Herman, 1S9 Grand st , eat.
Unifsky. Moirlr. I2S H. 1st at.
.u.ii.,, j.iiiu, in,, ,ui m, .
Tocsa, Ju.eph, 59 N. Cth st. 1
Sllrosls. Michael. V7 cth st, I
Mmitrus, Joseph, 229 lledrord ar.
Helhoskl, Joseph, C3 X. 1st ,t , imurd to 157
Thomas at., Neaatk, ,V, J,
Ahromorlclus, Prank, 227 Wrthe ar.
lludialtua. Adolidi, 141 Bedford ar.
lloylaud. Italph H.. 110 N. 7tli at.
Shan, Abraham, 3S8 (Hand st,
Jastreebskl, Prank, 7J N. 4th it.
Wtdss. Mai, SSS S. 1st at.
Gawrowtky, Kdward, 127 Kent ar.
Oarjs, Walter. 171 Grand st.
Kolinsky, Anthony. 5M Wythe ar.
Illlliifkl, Joseph, 140 N. 4th at.
rurmao, Harry. 5S a. ftj it.
Irvine. Mai, S71 s. 2d at.
Mallnowskl. Stare, 97 N. lit at.
Galo, Alphonso, 9 Haremeyer at.
Htruk. Anthony, 64 X. 7th at.
Itahllnser, Guitare, 1SS N. 7th it. .
l.lblilnskl, William. 143 Metropolitan ar.
Brnraltrs, William J.. 130 N. 3d at.
Koinlrakl, Heter, lit N. Cth it.
DISTRICT NO. 76.
nun Wyckoir Atenne, llroohlyn.
Brunen. Auiust. S72 Woodbine at.
.an.. LV.nl. T .A. . I - 1
Weber. Itlchard. SOS Cornelia at.
ixunpp. arinur a., .-us i'ainietto st.
Hodanl, John J 9 Hlditewood place.
I.efkowlta. Joaeph, 1012 Southern Boulevard,
dark, Frank,. 07 Central av,
i'uweniiein, Aioeri, lids aiafllson st.
lllKha.Mm Xflllnn r.'l l.'nlfJ...kn.b.. .
Dakar, Henry a., 1398 Jefferson av.
Bchelb, Arthur, 438 Hamburar av.
Keurbach. Henry, 1182 Oatea av.
Walters, Draw, 1274 Decatur at.
unis, jonn. sal t. ?.ienoiaa av.
Pooh. Walter II., 226 Covert at.
Peroilna, Uomlnlck, 1532 Oatea av.
DISTRICT NO. 98.
1211 Attorney Street.
Zwlllinr. Ludwlir, m Pitt st.
Ixwli. Julius. 64 Sheriff at.
Schrank. Honjnmln, 1W Attorney it.
Kclcb, Otto. 93 Columbia at.
Klnr. Bvney. 233 Rlvlnjton st.
Sllrerman. Benjamin, 140 Broome ai.
nuaberaky, Joe, 430 Grand et.
Sheffeld. Louis. 15 Attorney at.
Brandweln, Samuel. S3 Wdro it.
Ziecler. Nathan. 41 Attorney st.
Treiter. Ialdor. 6.1 Sheriff at.
SchlB. Ilyman. 101 Willctt st
Goldatein. Philip. 96 Wlllett at.
Katien. a am. tl Hnpnn at.
Schwartt. Samuel. 84 llldga at
Nlchter. Michael. 88 Wlllett at.
Haraaeh, Morris, 103 Wlllett st.
Mlraj Hymao. 218 Delanceyat. ,
NeldeHaaac, 108 Pitt it. '
Gatter. Abraham, :122 Attorney at.
mn.n..m V t V. ... ni.l
.... ..WWU.. ..UJW. ..iiuitiw"
Mlldener. Benjamin. 133 Attorney at
Rlt-ler, Joaeph B.. 67 Wlllett st.
Zucker. Joe. 188 Delancer at.
Softer, Benjamin. 121 Columbia at.
nacKier. simuei. :u Kinnston at.
Moakowita.. Meyer, 109 Ridro St.
Millie. Benjamin. 20 Rldgs St.
Berkosi-tti. Charles. 205 Hlvington st.
Ellsrin. Morris. 99 Wlllett st.
Ehrcnberg. Max. 229 KlTlnglon st.
liaremstein, ialdor, 63 lltt st.
Rosenberr. Julius. 1.14 Clinton sU
Ortncr. Joe. 74 Sheriff at.
Prager, Nathan, 202 Delancey at
Goldaeheln. Benjamin. 2 Wlllett at.
Guditeln, Max. 87 Columbia st.
IJcht. Emanuel H.. 67 Sheriff st.
Seldenberr. Sam, 82 Sheriff st.
Goldberr. Simon. Ill Hldte it.
Otlln, Hans. 39 Attorney at.
Rich. Michael. 130 Ridge et.
Wallach, Sam, 8 Avenue II
Newman. Sam. 210 Delancey at.
Margoliea, Jcrechim. 10; Ridge st.
Perlsteln. Sam. 112 Broome at.
Fertel. David. 61 lltt st.
Oxenhandler. Bernard, 83 Attorney et.
Flahbeln, Sol. 61 Pitt St.
RoMatein. Harris. W Pitt-at.
Lelder. Abo, 2 Stanton st.
Siegelman. Ialdor, 90 Wlllett a'..
Raslolsky. David. 1M Brooms at,
Albert, .Sam. 117 Ridge st.
Breyer.- 9amuel,--79 Columbia st.
Kanowita. Ialdor. 66-Wlllett at.
Koma. Mike. S3 Sheriff st.
Weinberg, Abe. 235 Delancey st
Glaasman, Joseph. 134 Attorney st
l'recher. -Ialdor. 136 Attorney it.
Aronoraky, Joe, 164 Broomo st.
Copferman. Hyman. 69 Pitt st
Sliver. Louis. 174 Rlvlnrton el
Rosenberg, Joseph. 92 Attorney at
Hlrscb, Max B, Klrlnalon it.
Salomon. Jacob. 191 Stanton s(.
l1a, Jacob, 7.Rlviniton at
Unger, Isidor, SO Wlllett st.
Sobel. Harry. 1M Broome atL
Sehildhaus. Morris. 202 Rlnngton st.
Piatt. Isidor. 84-Wlllett St..
Hdelson.- David. 141 Attorney st
Heifer, Isidor, 62 Pitt st.
DISTRICTNO. 100.
ano Ilndaon Street.
Garrey, William, XX West llth at.
Burke, William, ISO Bank at
O'Meara. David, C2 Barrow at.
Hell. -Joseph C , 129 Char!"! st.
Casey. Thomas V.. 2 Bleccker at.
Ventinl, Frank, 13t West 4th st
Gatyaghor. Krjlx, 603 Washington? St.
ItapUsta. Eugnne. f-0' Barrow st.
HilleyJohn Ta 700 Greenwich st
Fju-iello,' Pasquale, 209 Hleeker st. (now S6
North 3' at:. Camden.i N, "J,)i.
Walsh. John. S72 Bleccker at
Van-.Kuvck-, Harry, Jr., r.60 Hudson st " "
Cuneo. Peter. 14 Jones st
Comtrford.;Hlchols. S3 Beilfordst
Eaten, John I, 081 Washington M " i
Bulla, John. 22Leror si ,
Ppclc,- Thooiloro A'.. t: Giore i
Carrcsio. Araillo. 221 llleeckrr !
Carroll. DapU-1 A.. 31"l Wot lull t mow 63
Charles H i
Cheyublrio Hi Giovanni 10 Morion st.
Glaahelm; Charles j:i West llth st
McGralh. John. 3-K Wet 12IU st
Do Vincpivzo, John, 2t I-rov st
Turner, !eorge. 27 WV't lOlh st
..inino. .T.iob J . 21 Grove st
Levy, Jutiua, 79 Morton st
Bpggaliat. John, 22.', West Mlh st
Graham, Johu .(., 23 (7roe si
Umlth. Alexander. H West 101b t
lladgulupl. Julius W , 61 Grove st
Rlglvey, Edward J.. 213 West 10th st
Thurbly, John. 45S Hudson st
Melirlde, Archibald. 52 Harrow si
Carlo. Paul. 232 West loth si
Pfiiltti, Benjamin. 171 West 4th st
Pritcliard. Joseph A . 42S Hudson si
Fleming, Jeremiah. 58 Christopher st
Vea Cara, Joseph F . 44S Hudson at.
Roblnaon, John J., 17 6th aV.
Vlaintlnl, William. 45 Bdford at
Graham, Joseph A.. 76 Bedford St.
Shay, Arthur, 129 Perry st.
McLean. William J., 218 West Wth st.
Lulsl. Michael J 1! Morton at.
Murphs', Jnmes, 711 Greenwich st.
llnltano, Iiuls. 3) Morton at.
Mnrennlonlo. Eduardn. f.o Grove at.
Kellehcr, Dennis. IM Perry st
Dolan, James. 312 Writ llth al.
Ileekl-.lsa. Louis R.. It Morton at
McDonald. IMwanl P.. Ml IlleecUcr at
Hurlihy, John, C61 tashington al
Deranney I'rank J 81 lledford st.
Iloylan. John F . 44 Commerce st
Sullivan. Patrick. 32.1 Hudson st.
Hirabedien. Norhnnnes, 107 Christopher st.
Ilruanoll, Alpl,on"u, 41 Morion si.
lloyle, Patrick. 600 Greenwich st
McGlnly. Mlrhael, M2 Hudson st.
Dnuglierly, William, SO Morion t
Hclnhardl, Waller, 153 Charles 11
.lohanson. Martin, Southern Pacific Co , Pier
4S North ltlver
Hulfo. Enilho 41 Carmine st
I.onari!o. ltafaelo 47 Cjrniine it.
Johnson, John .1 evil Wnshlngton il
erpol.1. Friiulc. 2tW llleciker si
Anibro'e. D.ivld, 13S ChrTslopher st
Hennrssy, Arthur .1 . 31s West llth t
Cooke, James, 107 fltnlfonl si
Madilora, Mlcliael. 1."' 7'rrry st
Ticrney, Joaeph. 2.'.! Veit 10th st
Keating, Thomas A . 103 Chui-Ii-s M
Montngnnl. Anthony 2 Caruilno st
Gormlev-. John. 106 lvrry "I
Maloiicy, John, H Peiry st
Cappotj. Vincent, 21 Joms si
Strtnt-holn Domlplck, 17 Harrow st
Kellehei, William. IV! Perry s
Farroll, Charles, f.1 Morion at
Has no. Leo. Jl3 Chrlslnpher si
Sehrotder, John, West llth st
Maisten William, f.lO Hudson it
0ens. Charles F. M Christopher it.
districTno. 112.
' 121. Knst Third Mrrrl.
Kugler, Sain. IS 1st av.
Xadelshnft Lous 21 n 1st ri
Lehrer. Sain, '0 I: 3d st
Wchinldt. W ilium. 13 1 K 4th si
Puma. HAlpb, Sf. Il st st
GIlli'ksKlU. Morns. !9 1:, 3d si,
Mosesco, Mar, 65 K. 1st st
Abrahams, Hairy, 2 staiitnn si
Cayalltra, Ernest, 0 13. 2d st.
".iiiilrr (In r .11 II, .d si
(lallo, liinrit.. los II. Hnutton at.
Hurmuti, l.nuis, ii.trj. in a
MlUi.dli-i, Alitr.l,m M Wi K :A st.
Hii1isnliurn Mlehapl 94 1st si.
l olk. .Naihan, HI !. 1st st . '
I'etrusinl.V Vlilcsn'i,. Hij l orsyih at.'
. v DISTRICTNO. 118.
i - i i , ' ,.
I'lrtrrnlli .ri-,-l, .-Wiir I'lrat
liuyt, Alfred W C0 j:.ml icih ,t. ' '
."liuatnte, Cliutbs, Ml lllst at. .
Citrilmal, John, til Cast Htli st, '
Harlots, (lust, 216 llaat 19tli .St.
Jti-pru, llatrj-, Jld fust i:th st. .
uslasl, JiatH, iOd Jiast 13th at., . s
i;ii-tn,'Da)il!,-,-!i21.-i'i5l'li It ,
H.Miteln,HtrririHij m KnU' Utlt st, '
Millar, l'hrlvtlaii,41l Bat, l4lh stij i
Hubert, Harold,, rcj Uast 17th at.. . ,
1 Prliiil, rrancesi-o, 309 Unit UHi at, '
iluretsVe, .Michael, 2iil Aienue II
Faslo, .limes (' , 610 P.ast IMh'st,' "
ttiittennan, Sol, .185 Kast 16lh at, .(
Ilesluione, Mik, in Hast llth si.
Grossman, Mlsinui.), 346 r.ost 17th st.
Koler, Mortis. 342 Itsst 15th st.
.own. Pdaatd H., fl Hast ISth st.
liruitelu, Hirman, :i2 Past ltth at.
Msger, .Vathau, 13 Kast lltli st,
llatia, .liunes, 401 Knst llth st
P.eikoulu, Herman. 211 Kail K.lli st.
l'lnouhlo, John, 117 Cast llth St.
Holub, John. 107 llnat ICtll Ft,
Addj. Hilaril J, 211 Past lHlh st.
Mnlskl, Kaalmer, "Si Unit ltth rt.
Allrs, .lames A., Itn Kast ICth st.
Han. Thunaa, 226 First ar
little, Frank, 401 Kast 16th st.
Traub, Ixjiils. 211 Fast lJth st.
Hcsael, Lmls, 327 Kast 1Mb. at,
Shapiro. Kamiirl. 247 Halt 17th st
Dl Piazza, .lovi.pt,, tic Kast Hit, st.
l,li,Rf)l, Jour!), 211 r;s.t llth it
SlIlK-raarlg. Abraham, 205 lint irth it , 33
Coynton terrnc-, Jamaica.
Karake, Michael, 216 Kast 1Mb at.
Klelier. Abraham, 235 Second ar.
l.cttlerl. John. 4.13 Fast 16th st.
Klein, Julius, 319 Kast 17th at.
Cutrora. Michael, 227 East llth st.
Mazaarella. Antonio, 216 Avenue A.
Murphy, .lamel P., 430 Rist 16th at.
loyko, Victor, 227 Last 14th at.
Lrmrr, Samurl II., 224 Hast IStn st.
Blanco, John J.. 22S East 14th at,
Perlowsky, Jacob. Ill Hast 15th at.
Sllherman. Max K... 323 Halt llth at.
Carroll." Thomas, 4JJ Kast 14th at.
GluslOTg, Iiuls, 347 East 17th at.
Polaniky. Aaron, 117 Kast llth at.
Hanaen, Fmll II , 231 First ar.
DISTRICT NO. 122.
Sl!7 I:hkI T cnt y-ses rnt h 5lreel.
Ilorry. Lawrence J.. 202 Hast Slat it. ,
norniaig, August. 426 Second ar.
Bishop, Krneat A., .109 Eaat 23th at.
Kosrlan, Strplan. 229 Kast 2SUi at
Moscerella, Chsrles, 40S ICast 24th at.
Jrlallan. John II., 103 Halt 27th st.
I.a Hala, Michael, 226 Fast 29th it.
Hums, Arthur, 100 East 24th at.
Hlllrn. Joseph S... 233 East 2Sth at.
Hrso. Tony, J47 East 24th at.'
llantz, Albert A., 312 East 25th st.
Jenkins. Edison J., 200 East 81st at.
P.vrns, Charles .1 . 210 Knt 27th st.
Farley, James, 417 East 25th St.
Curlry, Edward J., 44s Second ar.
Seyfert, George W., 115 East !0th st
Campbell. William It . 46 Second ar.
Keeley, Daniel M.. 42S Second sr.
Spanla, Joseph. 214 East 29th St.
Goldberg. Morris, rw Eait 27th at
Tolre, Teter. 220 l:ait 20th it.
Nelson. Aiel, 411 Third av.
McCollester. rerker, 159 IxIngtou sr.
Volpe, Mlrhael, 317 Fast 2Sth st.
Coklncs, John. 215 East 2tth it.
Gr.brlele. Hlaglo, 313 East 24th st
Tactlrker, I-opold, 113 Leilngton ar.
DISTRICT NO. 124.
301 Atnaterditm Avenue.
Tlathastay. John II.. 104 West 70th st.
IWermau, Harold S., Hotel Ansonla.
Mrlxidcldln, I'rank J 274 West 734 at.
DISTRICT NO. 128.
I'irty-flrwt Street nnd First Amine,
Kcsheshtan, Xeshsn, BlaekiNelFa Ialand.
Harazulas, Glannlst, 159 E. 02,1 st.
(VKrgan, Patrick J., 649 Islington ar.
Herat. Fred. J., Jr.. ni E. 53th st.
Paullk, Andrew. 2A) E. S4th st
Drown, Arthur A., 411 E. 51st rt.
DISTRICTNO. 140.
l.tTIi! Street nnit Elichlh .trrnnr,
Dwyer. Charles Matthew. 312 W. ltOrtb at
Connor, Andrew Jo, ph, 277 W. lS4th at.
DeXIke, Robert, 4SS St Xlol.olaa ar.
White, Thomas James. 131 W, 133d at.
Green. William. 141 W. 136th st.
Morris. Jarass. l.HI W 136th st.
Mrt'raikln, William John, 223 W. 116th it.
nock. William CllHord, 212 -,W. "lS4tn at.
Woods, Thomas, 41 W. IJlat sU- '
llrenner, Irving, 403 lnox av.
Darls, Henry 'rhwxlnir, 55 W 181at at.
lllomqulst, Oicar. 2)1 W. 126th St.
Pinto, Michael, 2147 Mh av.
Llnklettcr, John. 2349 7th at
Dorian. Frank Xiirhr, 4SS St. Nicholas ar.
Jotin, Wllllain, 4 W. 130th st
Radford. J. T 311 W 129th st.
Rhea, Daniel, CiV) W 140th st
Washington. IVjIen, 113 w. 134th st
Dowries, William llertwrt, 05 W. 131st It.
Carlough, George, 463 W. 131st at.
Ames. Warren August. 490 Lenox ar.
Fitzpatrlrk. Johu, 2199 Sth ar
Miller, Reginald Alonzo. 63 W. Hist st.
Joiner. Hubert J.. 245 W. 133d st.
Kearney, William, 46 W. 132d it.
Hall, Junes, 7 W. 131th st
Leach, Georgo West, 117 W. 131th st
McDowell, William Henry, 116 w 114th at.
Payne, Horace, 90 W. Filth It
Howe, Thomas Johu. 223 W 136lh
Darls. Charles I... Jr., 21 W. 131t st.
Klein, Moiton I-o. 204 W 140th st.
Colemin, George, 2274 7lh av.
Iveilnmv, Arthur, 271 W lWth st.
Green. Erlnc. 44 W lllt al
Uaduu, Otto 1'red-ylck. 2291 7th ar
Ib-nsrd. Jo-ph T , 142 W. ltufli at,
Sholield. Cueslon P.. 2 W. 111st st
Scott, Hubert Ctrl, UO W 120tli si
Hearn, George P . 211 W. 120th st.
Flnan, Michael I 211 w lnih st
Allen, Gi-olge W . 176 W 115th l . 73 1 emu
ar . care of MiGiaw
Roddicks, I,eoii, HO W 124th at.
Williams, Ed nurd, 6.1 W. 181,1 st.
Slniath, Ixroy F., 1.0 FAlgiuabe at
Charles. Solunnu. Pin W 1SJI st
llotvard, Jauios, 5 112d st.
.IlieUoi,, Eriuit.tJlt W. ISOtK st
llilej, .Iflmes, lenoi av
Pkctt. Walter, 129 V 13M st.
t lark Thomas H , 7 W 13llh it.
DISTRICT NO. 142;
Mith Mreet nml I'lrst tvenue,
IHr- b Henry 3.6 K ssd si
Mi-Dt-rmott Mvlea 1 I 3d av
Llctmianu Hcnjaniin. 223 E sfitli st
S'lhustt-i Conrad W . 5: Ka! Kml av
Mark, t'liarlt-s. 106 K. SCtli t
Fcuer. .Martin ?23 L f"d ;
Novak. John P., 1I7j 2d at
Ki ane, .lames J . t East End .tv
tlber, Abraham l-'Jl I,xiiigton av
Hollrndrr, Ixinls 446 E Mill at
rVhampf. Fritl-rolc 4-3 E Mill si
.lansen, Henr. 2?1 K sllb st
Kivlln, John. Ml E. S2d st.
Lang. John, 2.-2 F.. s:d st
Moffntt, John. '.SO E Si.th st.
Ffetlfer, Hand, 423 K 3d st
DISTRICT NO. 153.
Ii; West IHct -n Hi Street.
Herman, Paul, 266 W llth ft
McKay. Robert J . 08 W. llth at.
Motto, aiutoppe M , so Charles at
flarrlsh. Frederick. 200 Wuverlet ploce.
Lime, John C. 271 . 12t!l st.
Davis. Hlmor H., 11.1 Wiuhlngton plhce,
Morelle, Giuseppe 210 W. 10th at.
Nnlinell, James. a5 6ih av,
Janlson, Alvor T, 13-25 Astor place.
Printlce Claram-e c, 15 1-1. 10th st.
ltubbon, .Stuart. Il'j WnshliiKton pi.
Fraser, 1-a-on, i. East loth st
Pinto, Mlclmel p. .11 W. loth st
llojstou, Jame. 32 6H1 tit.
Illeliw. 'Ihorn.is i:. 1.9 W llth at
.Tames, L'dvtnrd H . 17 Abingdon square.
Secdorf. Dledrlcll W . 30 W Mh st.
Farroll. William 411 Weedier si.
Mndlll. Thomas U. 82 WunllliiKion ,lace.
Cell 1. DoiillnleJs, I3S Mocdousnl a..
Iliinnne. Peter, 21 1, W. loth st
Miuan, Henry U . 44 Perry st
Mtllphv, (lonlon, '.'46 V. 4lh at.
flolmnii. iKhloi, 6:1 1'err.t l
Hitoln, John J . 121 U'nverlet place.
HiiKanl. Lanibert, 10,1 Waverlc-t phicu.
Gross, Andrew 11., 11 W. llth at.
JIeny. Thojnaa, 3" .lane et
McKotllt. .lohii. 177 Wuvrley place.
Mend, HenrBe ', 12 Hank it,
Ulvolieltl. I'eolil. M v Mb at.
I.e.in, Joseph 11, 36 lllh st.
Hurt I". Simon. -."Ml W I2lli st
Mniahail. .Iilllies A . 1 V .ishlnttluli squill
Tilford. Ali-t 11.41 W 121)1 SI.
Franon, Waller 1,i Clrirles at
Vnp, Holierl. 39 Charles tt
Penlleld, Freilerl. I . 210 Wnverle) place.
K I n K. 1'i-ler, 160 i.th av
Heifer, Hulie. 144 W, 4lh st
('anlnmessii, H.iltlHle. 4 1 illi kv.
Paslerniii-k. UP hard. 161 Vliteey pbici.
Noonnn. FrmiiN .1 . 66 W. HHh at.
Scblllfer, Edit In 413 llli ei-lier si.
Present I. Itnlpli I' 67 Perry st
Cummlngs. i-h.ii-lei II , li'O W 10th st.
Fusel. Allthonv I If. W 101b st
IloWnlfe, Wilfred II. 239 W 12th st
Mf.N'allv. I'alrlcli, Hotel A'bert.
Pardl, Marin, 110 V 4th et
Smith, Herbert, l'i Wnhhinrtlon square
Jusriteiiscn, Edward. 'I Van Nel pl.-n .
DISTRICT NO. 156,
l.i-s IiiuImii ipniii- nml HKltli St.
lb ul si h. Pilar II , 4, F in, th st,
PfClfii, Ialdor. id K. Pmli st.
THE SUN, SUNDAY,
Selgar, Abraham, Ca E. 106th at,
Kessln, U,m, 70 E. IMIh at.
DISTRICT NO. 182.
4111 Jniunlrn, Are,, Wnaidliaveli.
Silmlers, Otto W, Hi-r, Porlland ia Wood
hnvtif Ityail. Alfred A . 42J5 Jerome ar 'Woodharen,
Quehl, Julius W , 0l suydani St., Wood
huen. Oelde. Charles G , 1106 Vanderveer ar , Wood
haven. MnOre, Rex L, 41 Stirdam at.. Woodharen.
Steinberg, Joseph, )M Jerome ar Wood-
htveu. . , ,
(lender, Walter R., I Park av , Richmond
Hill.
I.licukl, Mike, 310 Beaufort ar.. Woodhaven,
Hake, Pi auk C, f4 Woodmcre pl lllchmond
Hill
Ilnmanello, Robert, 13.12 Lawn sr., Wood
haven Splnckeu. Wllllain II., 22 Hickory St., Rich
mond Hill
Kochford, Waller J.. 112 Sd r.. Woodheren.
MalcJize, Peter, 189 Ocean r Oione ls-rk.
Ticrney, Richard 'V 4162 Metropolis av.,
Hlcbmond Hill.
Mahoney, Frank 1).. Jr.. 43 Walker ar.,
Woodhaven.
Bakko. Tliomas 11., 41 Jerome ar., Wood
haven ,
Illll. Joseph U , 417 iYeedom ar.. Richmond
Moll,' Harold E. 143 1st at, Woodharen.
Jobtieqn. Edstlii G.. a Charlea pi.
Do Vecchto, John, 11J0 Lawn av.. atone Park.
Elliott. James W . 9J0 Gnloii ar Richmond
Hill
E-quso.. Nicanur, 10il8 Jerome r., Rich
mond 111 11. ,
llosco, Andrew. Clinton ar . Oaone Park
Stoef Her, George R . 24 Fenburst tt.. Rich
mond Hill.
Blendo. Tony. 1201 Jamaica ar, woodhaven.
Alloccsj, John, 1247 Lawn av., Oxone Park.
Sawlcky. John, 2012 CUnton pi., Woodharen.
Smith. Eugene F A.. 1130S Metropolis ar.,
Richmond mil. , .
Naegcle. John P., 68 Bennington ar.. Wood-
Halloran. Frank Allen. 82 Woodharen ar..
Woodhaven. . ,,.
Schmidt. Edward G Church st. and Rich.
. mond rd . Hlcbmond Hill.
Saneaky. Theodore A., 1 Fenburst pi. Rich-
mond Hill. . , ,, . . .
I! Turner, John J., 1S Woodmsra pi., RlchmonU
GaVlagher, John J.. 11011 Liberty sr., Richmond
Muhlc'man, Charles. 2114 Clinton pi.
Gillies James, 41 Otford sr., Richmond nill.
Von Ants. Benjamin, 1616 Hamilton av , ltoeli.
Mrtlfcd.1 Kenneth O.. 4t Itockaway "on'""
Knorpp, Robert 0 Ilrlgjs ar , neir llawtree,
llleumond Illll. , . . .
Hartman. Henry. 1118 SeatUe at, Orone Park,
Meth. William. S47 Hatch ar.
INVEOTlfWWON
GUARANTEED BASIS
Method Devised to Assure Safe
and Sure Income to Owners
of Apartments.
There are many persons of means who
would gladly Invect their money in real
estate If ll ttere not for the many
bothersomo details. The busy business
man has not the time to make a stuily
of the various dispositions of thirty or
forty tenants nor docs lie Unow Just how
to satisfy them without srivlnfr them
e-vc-rythlns they want. He mlnht place
Ms hrtise In the care of an nsent, with
specified privileges, but he Is still as
suming the risk of vacancies nnd conse
ciuently a small return on .his money
The aurent may be a thorouphly experi
enced 'man or firm, hut the appointment
Is only as an tifjetit and no more can be
expected of them
A carefully worked out system, per
fected' only nftcr more than twenty
tears experience. In the real estate busi
ness, has betMi put In operation by Uood
win & Goodwin, and while similar in
many icspecta to any ntrency It is .sufll
clently different to make It n success.
lt John A. Goodwin tell Just how
It work out :
"We have found In our more than
twenty yeara Experience that therr are
a preat many ownern of flats, tene
ment anil npartments who do not
know- how to economically manapc tholr
properties This .thine provided us with
food for much thouKht arid eventually
we worked out n plan which w hnve
designated a the Goodwin Eu.trantee
rental system, whereby we relieve the
owner of all worry and enre and assure
him n hte-.uly stipulated Income.
"The plnn -works out this way." Mr
Goodwin continued. "When an owner
comes to us to act a his ngent we
require that he open hli books nnd
show il' what the manavrenient of the
bulldliiK has cost him. We usually take
three years as n basis, and after n
statltlcnl analysis we tlnd where effi
ciency miKht be applied and a savlnc
effected. We base our suutanteed re
turn on these llffitres We then aBree to
tnlte the hiuse f1 th owner's haiulc
and crlto him a return e(Unl to If not In
i-xcess of what he had been pettlng
Thls applies whether he his supervised
t li o hulldinfr himself or designated some
Hstent to manaue It fur him
"After an owner has nlp-netl a contract
with us be has nothinK more to bother
him evcojit to p-iy the e,ii'-totn;iry tuxes
anil :u "cbsiiiunts. Wo takts care of all re
pairs. Inlde and out, we look after tho
help.. fuel. and llchl. Wo have a eystem
of cooperathe deallnss with mechanics
vthltli assures the owner of the most
durable aiitl satisfactory work. We
suporvJo tit's work personally ami be.
calico ef pur iuu-icst In It Jealously
KU.i'nl apalnst extr.ivirKanre These
niethnils assiiic the owner of p'oper care
of .hl house Tin. same aiililkk to ten
anbs. We mus! keep them tittlslled or
e stand to lo--i"
"Some of our i-ompetit. ,rs are inclined
tn tetm u- l-'ees. Tci .en otent th's
msv he true but in fact there is a
ureal difference While there Is a cer
tain element of speculation In all ten-ture-i:,
ourrt Is bai-eil upon scientific l'nes
and the risk Is tciluced to a minimum
Of courso unexpected uphetvals may
upset our calculiitlotis, as for Instance,
the coil situation to-day. but In nor
mal times we enn flfruie eiul th return
of any multi-family httllillnir to within
about 2 per cent.
"Tho success of our stMem is evinced
by the fact that we now, have more
than fifty hiilldlnss ojii-rutltiK urtiler It.
We are collectlnir approximately 11,.
COO, 000 In rents monthly nnd number
atnonir our clients some of the most
prominent people In the city Tho prop
erty under our control is mostly located
between Forty-i'luhlh street and 207th
street. thouRh wo make no discrimina
tion, cxeoiit that wo do not nianufve
commercial bull'llncrs under tho plan.
''Ono of tho first thlnwe we do when
we titkn over a building Is to mnko a
thorough Inspection of It. Xecesary
repairs am Immediately made. Wo en
deavor to cultivate the- cooperation of
the tenants, and It Is not nmlss to sn
Hint a Ric.it deal of our rentals have,
been throiiKh cntlsflcd tenants In our
bullilinys.
".Va an example- of bow our hj-stem
works let ine -ll a few examples. The
NVvtliiKtou apuitnieiucs at 330 West
Ninety -llfth kUoih, were in had reptlr
and tlie uwnets hail lost over Jl.GOU per
aiiiuiii when wo look hold of tlic-m We
Kuariinteed them tiKmnst loss and un
iiddltlunal iiicoiin! of $2,00J. We spent
j moru limn J.l.duo i i-moilelllnir the prop-
ei-ty, nml 11 nan since increased in value
Just (14,0(10., I,icuu.i Hall, 122d htrct
and I'laiemunt avenue, Is another in
sl.ii'ic. This pioperty vtns not payliiR
2 per cent mi Its equity When we took
II over In AiiKUft. IMS. It had fourteen
vncmt apartments for October iintal.
We have Hlncn pioiliieed J Is, 000 a year
cuarnntecd for the uwnet, a retiirit on
I lire eiiilty of beltvccii 7 and S per cent.
The snnie miRht he said of many other
piopertles ve now have control of
Three of'tHcm. however, ate particu
larly striking example. The Hijntvliff
apartpients. at Ml and r,i8 Vi-.t 1(l2d
Htit-vt, Hlervie . Hall. r. UTi West 114th
meet, and the U'lPudiil" and Ivlnulrttnl,
r,iri'to S53 "Went HVlfi sjieet were all
hisnir piopeitiea Two of ilium shottt-il
atu'inllllF hns.i' 5500 The,t,,cii- put
, llilo pioper cotidllliin nil v ai uncles tilled
j a nil inline io leiurn un income.
AUGUST 19, 1917.
Evolution of Madison Avenue Striking
Feature of Current Realty Situation
APARTM HOUSB in the VIORLO, -
Wtxlch Dt?. CHARLES V. PATERNO 1 , l 'k'l H. " 'V-'' I ' iiv''"SS' ffrZm '
19 BUILDING BETWEEN 47 and , lilm ''Cyf' , frf; ' ;uSifffif ' -'
streets - ' ?3$M2t)iLS-): . iSWtMfiM '
Millions Being
Spent Moderni
zing Section
North of 42nd
Street to Accom
modate Trade
and Apartment
Dwellers Seeking
Locations There
Although much has already been
written about the wonderful e-voidtlon
of Madl-aon avenue from a st-ild CM
residential thoioiiRlifnre- to one o' bil l
nesei the recent structural ehntiKC north
of l-'orty-second s, rcc-t have jp, i sin 11
n to attract somewhat the cent n
of real estate men investor-, .poeti
lntorn and bu11der---ui t-ls sect'on .
the avenue vvhnh t s'till csent.r.i y a
tesldeutlal street In the Minis nloT,
the way tbo?f t no ciim read and ,---'11
mate see a future f ir this stt ct t ri .illln,;
the position bold by l-'Iflh nvenu At
Intervals of a few l,li,k.- build".- ate
buy chaugiup the old to contorm vt ith
the new order of thlmc North of
Forty-eighth street the alterations new
under way or tho.-e which have, been
completed hi the lnt year or two are
what may bo termed steps to an end.
Violent changes are not so cood as a
rule as steady dev elopnu-nt, for tn the
lntter course mistakes- can be rectified
bolore they have had time to affi-t the
future development and value of trie
str et In the alteration now hsins made
steady development is the aim jthcr
than sensational production.
That Mndlson avenue owncrt w-e big
things ahead Is Indicated by the scope
of the plans which are l.e'nif made for
meeting these things ns they ru-rive and
not after they nro here. It may not be
known far Irom Madison iivcnuc, but
plans are under vvav to widen the roid
vvay that the avenuj may accommodate
the Increase In automobile and carriage
traffic that will come with the dcvel.ip
ment along the lines which are now
being followed. Stoops and buildings
projecting aru to be removed that a
wider tondway mat- be i,nihlo. Kven
the facades of buildings arc to be re
movid tu fucllli.ite l!.u movemetit.. The
buildings erected .v ithlti tho last ye-;
will he fojnd bin', of the building line
I. aet fall plans v! filed by the New
York Central for changing the lowe i
Madison aV.Miue fncjdc of the Hotel
niltmore Io pciir.it a wider avenue on
tlil-e bloc 1.
Tlie operation of buses on the avenue
Is aho under i orElde-ration In tlu-e
libin-e can easily lio seen tlie mm 01
rather the outlook which Is held for lh.it
avenue.
.There is reason for such jiljnnin?-. for
tho development of the street north of
Forty-second stteot has been ien-.:iri -able,
although It bus no'- atli.i"Ud l.irv
tblng l'ke th attention which until tr
Incidents urnuso.l on I-'Htn avenue yei
ago. In a number of rdoi-li. the residen
tial dov elopmuit las been u.tdicated en
tirely ivhne in ol icr bin -ks only Mig t
II. roar's have neon made Hut In i-llboi
'ic. whtltee 11,m I iltllilll IS Ol .1 It- 1
.'.i... f.,.. ,ha ii....
cent ii.tie -i "it,- i. '.i.i' i. ....... ...ti .i..-
biuslne-fs Invas'on of the north bloi-u..- ot
tne avenue, me e-har.u-ter of the i lar.gc
encouraged only the hialmst class, of
Irado occupuu-y lather ui.iu or tlie t.M.....
manufacturing nature sue a as e to be selves of the Improved i.icll,iie anil con
found In th" lower blu, I.s o' tbv avenue !,i,Mrms wouder ho.v the;, inannged to get
tho.se south of Forty-set orm .sttect to the
Murray Illll compound and outh from
Tdlrty-fourth street to the i nn or tne
avenue at Madison Sq-iarc and .Twenty-
third street
The developments of the current year
are much mote pioditiiou than thoe of """"
all other yenrn In the etohltlon of Madl-Icomcr In the llehl finds toady patrons,
son avenue Within the la.-.t seven ori-rhls is parth ulai h true in the case of
eight months a tall olllre buililln;; itin. n.w 15 store apattmi nt hotel to open
been completed nnd ai.ntli. r Marled, an , nlllU1, tlu. middle of S.-ptembei Just
apartment hou'e lar-ter thnn any ever ( ( (1,n ,,, Aleiamlrki and located
aiiemiueu lias uti-n iaiim,i-ji a,,i u
ber of dwellings ami either buildlnga , w t ,. , Avi. with tho build
have hreii altered A 1 this . tn nnswer 1 , ,. i .,, ,i,. .,.
.. . . .....
to too eiem inns in ir.uie, ine innravn-i
of which Is to be Jiiiltted by the fact
that tb,v niiultn'ole Ti uht Company -and
the Guaranty Trust ( 'ompniiy. two of the I
hu-gpst nnat-.i lal Institutions in the!
country, have round. It sutlh-li ntlv lin-,
portant to cMnblith bniieuis theie, the
former in th building whiih Is in bei
"
en-fieil Itl Hie r.u,i,,.- i.t, . ,.,ii. .
fifth (treet and tho lalf'T at the noilb-
vvest comer of SIxtUMb street. If rhe
lliiiitM submltled to tlie Huildlng IK- i"' ' ' ,
liartineut are acce.t.ibb. II will be found I'd lMi.1 tstreel. 1-mm windows ut rooms (
that the twenty store building n I e ,ln upp-r pot Hon ol Hie new bulldiiig n ,
stinted within ii few ihtvs at the south- good view of the Hudson ltivet nnd
east i-ornei- of Forty'-tlfth sinet cii 'tne , Fallsi'de can be oh'iilmid i
site of the Tiff. in v Stiulloc. . the Abel- There nio JT.i looms wUi 170 baths
crombln tv I'tlch building d .tipin.i'ly n - ompi islnc suites of one and two rooms
poult e nt tho nc,1iwe-l e-oili-r of l-'url v-, w nh bulb. Hire" looms wllh two baths
fifth btii-i-t and tne apartniei.i roii'e and spulnl suibs i out. lining n larger
whli b Uf. Ch.irli-s V I'alerno !s building . number ot icoms with n i orreapoiiilliig
on the cam Mile of Madison -ivcimn over Iiii-hiimi In number of Imlhs The npail
to I'.itk avenue atul fimn I'm ty-ev enlh inents will b lented furnished ot ,mfi r
to Forty-eighth t-tie l tepresviit t5,0(ii)'- i nlsbcul, i
000 worth of i nnstrui tlun j The innin Hoot is devoted to a pni-lous
If the Im evlmeiit which tin v irp,-ivent fever whlih c-vi-h an unique and atlrae
Is Io he eetilile re' the total would jie'llvn nppeni am e to bolli Inlet I r, r and ex
three times this irnutinr n llio paterno lerlor of hotel iiili.etue Ttin dining
apartment hmise operation aiii-'C repre- , rooms ami i.i Hl.'iutnnl will be in the real
cent un outl.it of tl2,.',ini,nuii There of main Moor
ate not .-inothe r-three hloi-lt.i nt this t'mc Mort'di II. Mat dial I. well known In
where so mtirhJti'Otiev 1-s being lirvested conneition vs. It Ii t'e .iwt.eishiii ,,r the
'as In the three between I'nriy-flftb and llotel ll.iri.r i v-e in lb. a .-My and ,, no'
F tv -elghln str ets bn .MadKiVi, avenue (of tlio Grand Vow ti 1 .ike Placid s
This i.t'Hl tnav he tnnter',n"v ,rm(.c.il the pre , .. o' opimtng ill, pant
befn-e the rpd of the t cat-he Hlise II is . w Hi S I. II t f e lll.-i ksio'i,. and
llke'v inn I) Imoiiicn iiiaj i loe a
lease un llio Madison avcniiu b,H'k tu
iHklilriiHi'JBdl AVPNIIP. IMllljjHsjjSdiSBlBB
BIT Of OLD PARIS . MADISON AVENUE
and 55th STREET, BUSINESS
the south of the site of the Paterno
apartment house and across from the
Jtltz-Cnrllon Hotel as a site for a new
hotel and restaurant. Hut there ore so
much actual operations now in progress
it Is i, it nece.try to dwell long on
possibilities The newest of the big
strip-lures of Miullon avenue is that
which Todd & Uubcrteon arc preparing
to elect at the southeast corner of Madi
son a venue and Fort j -fifth street, for
meely the silo of Tiffany Studios, a
building which was originally erected
for the ue of the Cherry Diamond ath
letes, as the Manhattan Athletic Club
w.is, ktiwvvti a quarter of, a century ago.
The last uf the home of these famous
sportsmen w.im removed tho other clay,
and now tho construction of a twenty
smtt iff ice building Is about to be
started. It i the first tail office build
ing to be planned Mnct- the passage of
the building be'.cnts testrlction. The
building i.lono u.il tost $1,300, 000 to
ere,ct Although It has not been started,
the JSqinPible Ttust Company has signed
a le.iie on the toee. basement and first
Hoar, 'c vv-h.ei the company will pay
$40n,i)0'i in nut. ils in the next twenty
one years The building Is to be known
as the Kepi. table Huildlng. since the
l.irge-t and tir-t tenant It the trust
i u rnjirt Il
n,ag,iinlh hci,os Is the $400,000
Abereromlue .t F'.tch Huildlng. one of the
nioyt Mte", st. ng struciiires. t-iuce It
Demand for
Shown in
I i-.e.c 1" a Unking, ,-oliitidopce between
modem Hotel luuldmg and the city's
H ansi''i Isi ion
progress 1 1 areni" i"
iriMtler little in either msc
how
trjulveh 01 , fn-.ic,ntlv additions ate
,ma,C tne are immediately taxed to full
' ,,., ,nn, n,em-
i . . the'pat wlllioui them. As with
, ' ,n.,rljllml ,.,,,,, B0
i.i-i-n.,'
tn:iv II he said about hotel building N'o
., .....tier how many hotels ni apartment
i ,.,. ,i., 0l(, npw.
, ,i sieoot tietween llroai -
II -T Itl it II un. -y..".. . -
ln In an tiruninnle
alieadt a large mimbet of leases signed
lor fu"in'"'u .mil in tuniished suites
The Hotel Alexandria represents the
lasl word In substantial Iliepionf apart
ment hotel ill elnpnient It Is H, stories
high with an ornate ft out ot gr.wille, and
III I. -It. The site oei ullUtl 11. one Ol till)
.i,u-esi on ih.- m-pn w.-st side. bciiiK
i.i.,i.i,l li.l,... ro.l.1,.,,1 I.I
' Hon .inu oniv inn a ...of.t .iioui i.roai.. ;
forme I s w-tn Mulct M Andiewt,
j niuiuismc duosiui-,
HOME Of ANTIQUE SHOP
brings to Madison avenue Hie wilds of
the country, it to only pattly a hunt
ing man's paradise ; the other part is I
for the ue of business men.
Fir l'aterno's apartment house will be
the largest apartment house in tho world
and in fineness will be the equal of any
I that has b-en erected. Tlie MndNon avc
' nue end of thei structure has been bul't
. and is now being rushed to completion,
as the word of the builder Is at ttal.e,
Mure ne uns promised lessee.-, mac lie i
would have the building ready for oc- i
cupancy in Srptcmber. The following '
month ho is to have the park nvenuo
end of the structuro completed When
this hns been done Dr. I'aterno will have
completed one of tho hugest anil most
tantalizing operations attempted by liny
apartment house builder In many a day.
The building alone will co.-t f2,u00,00u.
At the northwest corner of Sixty-first
street will be found the granite shell of
the building which the Guaranty Trust
Company is erecting for Its own use at 1
n cost of 1100,000 from plans by Cross
& "ro.ss. It is to be the MucHson avenue
branch of the company It has a Fifth
avenue branch al tho southeast corne,
of Fifth avenue and Foity-thlrd street.
Tietween this opetatloi, nnd the big,
np.mmont hoi.se structutc of I)i I'u
I tentn sr peibap- half a doyen small, -r
jinoject who-e importance Is not tn be
j belittled by the Htnount of n.onev which
is being spent on the nlteratton 'llVery
Apartment Hotel Homes '
Renting at New Alexandria
- - p
I JiH Hotel Alexandria, -30 W. I'Mil St. 1
11
one of these alterations means more
business for Mudlson avenue, a better
return from the property commercial
ized and a step toward the complcto di
velopnicnt of tho avenue as n trades
street.
Of the smaller undertakings prrhafia
the mie-t Interesting Is that which Is
being made at tho northwest corner of
Fifty-fifth street where the lin antiques
shop 1 preparing a headquarters which
will be different from any other In the
i Hy A replica of one of tho famou3
places of Franco Is being built there. Th's
buildings will give Madison avenue .a
Much of qu.ilntness which will add In
terest to the street, slueo It will ! so
different fiom other buildings on tho
thoroughfare It is of Fiench Gothic
unci the work of Honjatnln Levltan.
EDGEMERE AUCTION SALE.
147 l.nts nnd fl Cotf flexes 1n )
t ntte-r Hammer Til-morrow.
A big public auction of iff 7 clinic
restricted lots and five cottages at P-iige-merc,
1.. 1. will take place to-morrow
night and Tuesday nicbt, commencing
promptly at f .30. This property lis un
usually well located ,n Falgcmcre proper
and with every convenience and no fur
ther as--essments. The sale will be, con
ducted by J. 11. Mayirn. auctioneer, who
advises Irtendlng purchasers to look
over the property to-day or to-morrow
so as to have a proper apprec'atlon of
the values tvhen ilttendlr Hie sale and
milking h,'s The sale will b" held on
the premises rain or sli i e, under n bid
tent
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