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45TH ST.EXCHANGE
SUILDIflO IS LEASED
Transaction Involves a Total
j Eental of $2,500,000 for
21 Year Period.
)
The Forty-fifth Street Exchange
tiulldlng, a twelve story structure at
141 to 147 West Forty-fifth street.
Which has been sold four times within
the last year and a half, has been
leased by Hyman Wlnlt of London, Eng
tunu, tne owner or record, 10 a client or
Bpotts & Starr, Inc., for twenty-one
years, at an aggregate rental of $2,600.000.
The lessor acquired the property a
few months ago from Samuel W. Dorfman
through Spotts 4c Starr. Mr. Dorffflan
acquired it from Vogel & Schultz,
who acquired it in September, 1919,
from Frederick Brown, under tire name
of the Carter Realty Company. Mr.
Brown bought it in July, 1919, from
William Crawford. The latter acquired i
the site in 1909 and erected the build-1
lng, which covers a plot 68x100.
The present lease was negotiated by
cable with Mr. Wlnit in London. The I
building adjoins the Lyceum Theatre on 1
the east and the new Loew Theatre j
Building now In course of construction
at the northeast corner of Seventh avenue
and Forty-fifth street.
Hovuct Kstate Sells Corner.
The four buildings at the northwest 1
corner of Seventh avenue and Thirteenth
street have been sold by the Oaklawn
Corporation, consisting of the for- j
mer members of the Hoguet .estate, to '
William Mulholland. The three buildings
on Seventh avenue are four story
structures, Covering a plot "0x80. The
fourth structure, adjoining on Thirteenth
street, is a three story building, j
20x68. Duross Company and Schindler
A Liebler were the brokers.
* iiicuiiiuii nrm iiujn rttmie.
The Dalton Adding Machine Comj^ny
of Cincinnati has purchased from the
Chambers-Broadway Corporation the
six story building. 25x50.9, at the southeast
corner of Church and Reade streets,
which will bo the company's permanent
headquarters in this city. The broker !
was Edward J. Hogan.
D. If. Jackson Unya Old Rnlldlntc. |
Daniel H. Jackson bought from the
estate of Sarah S. Paddock through
Agnes S. Lawrence and William Read
Howe, executors. 8 East Eighteenth
street, between Fifth avenue and Broadway,
a three story business building
and store, 25x70. The property was
held by the owners for more than fifty
years. Ogden & Clarkson were- the
brokers.
Oil Company In Sr>00,()00 Pease,
Albert B. Ashforth, Inc., leased from '
plans to the Galena Signal Oil Company
of 17 Battery place, for the LlggettWlnchester-Ley
Realty Corporation, the
sixteenth floor In the Liggett Build- ,
Ing. under construction at the northeast
corner of Forty-second street and Madison
avenue, at an aggregate rental of
about $500,000.
Other Denis In Manhattan.
Canal Securities Corporation bought
from Julius J. Dukas the twelve story
building at 54 to 58 Canal street, southwest
corner of Orchard street. It has
a frontage of 65.7 feet on Canal street
and 73 feet on Orchard street.
S. & G. Gross Company bought from
Jlarold A. Sands and others 486 Klghth
avenue, a four story building, 19.6*60.
Isadore Itsgowltz sold 'to Isaac Zacharia
the five story building at 93 Orchurd
street, 19.2x65.2.
/ Dwelling Market More Active.
The two five story houses at 235 and |
237 West End avenue, adjoining the 1
southwest corner of Seventy-first street, I
have been sold by Frederick W. Longfellow
and the WeJJam Realty Company :
respectively. The houses stand on lots
16 and 17 feet wide, and are 82.10 feet
deep.
The five story dwelling at 830 West
End avenue is reported to have been
sold by J. Wolff. It stands on a lot
20x55, and adjoins the Dallleu apartments
at the southeast corner of 101st
Street.
Haggstrom-Callen Company sold for
Christine Germalne the three story
dwelling at 135 West Sixty-third street ,
to a Miss Moran.
Ennls & Sinnot sold to Mrs. Bridget
Carroll the four story dwelling at 160
West Seventy-seventh street, 20x100,
through Frank B. Haubert of the office
of Edward C. H. Vogler.
F"brier & Co. sold for Henrietta Montross
the three story dwelling at 224
W...1 151111,
Purchase Holding Company Is reported
to have sold to Henry H. M. ;
Lyle the three story dwelling at 1217 ,
Park avenue, southeast corner of Ninetyfifth
street.
M. Nasanowltx A Ron sold to the
Heifetz Realty Company the three story
dwelling at 48 West 115th street,
18x100.
Mulvlhlll ft Co. sold for Charles E. j
Hands as trustee the two three storyprivate
houses at 42 and 44 East 133d
street to VVIIJIam E. Gearon and Louis
N. Adler.
H. M. Weill Company sold for Mrs.
Bendnt Isaacs 358 West End avenue,
the southeast corner of Seventy-seventh
street, a five story dwelling, to Henry
41 Weill, who will occupy the house.
Brokers Place Three Loans.
Lawrence. Rlake * Jewell placed a
permanent loan of $240,000 on the new
six story elevator apartment on the w?st
side of Riverside Drive at 157th street.
This building was constructed by the
North River Building Corporation. Mose
Goodman president. The building ha* a
frontal <>f 218 feet on Riverside I>rlve,
and the apartments are so designed that
every room faces either on Riverside
Drive or looks out ove.r the Hudson
River. The same brokers recently
placed a building and permanent loan of
8210,000 on the new npartment house at
Riverside Drive and 158th street, diagonally
opposite this property. Also a
loan of $175,000 as a building and permanent
loan for the construction of a
new theatre at Grand and Htelnway avenues,
liorouKh of Queena.
Denis Hevenled In Transfers.
Peter Doelger Hrewlng Company sold
to Joseph Jeaek the two story building
st IS9I Avenue A, northeast corner of
Seventy-fourth street. 22.2x!Sl
Josopa Krenkol sold to Clara Hrrk tian
fro four story building at 23 Walk*r
street. 25x106.
'ohn N'oonan sold to Abraham and
-sector ft >lomon the two story stable at
Si fi rs: avenue, 24.11x80.4.
8. A O. Gross Company, tenants,
bought from Harold A. Hands and
others for $35,000 the four story building
at 1*0 Kighth avenue, IP 7x60, slti
a ted 58.5 feet north of Thirty-fourth
street.
Adelaide E, Watson and other* sold
the Charles Ourrlorl the throe and four
Clory buildings at 311 to M East
Kleventh street, 143.1lxl03 3x Irregular.
Central Union Trust Company sold
to Abrnhnm M. Horn the tbref story
tenement at 17P Stanton street, 25xP8 P.
Adolpb Llfshlitx sold to Giuseppe dl
Olola the six story tenement and store
at 82 Monroe street. 35 PxP0.7
Morris Sax sold for R H Lublin the
five story double flat 167 East El-'htynlnth
street, 25x100. to John Ocrweck.
Tho 352 West 116th Street Corpora-,
\
tion sold to Louis J. Shapiro the four
story flat at 312 West 135th street,
25xluo.
Julius and Harry Mencher sold to
Anna Wagner the four story tenement
and store at 856 Tenth avenue, 19.11x61.
Frank vv erta, Jr., sold to Rudolph
Weiss for $35,000 the five story flat at
219 Must Eighty-third street. 36.5x102.2.
fJluestoae Holding Corporation r"~" to
H. Mirenburg & Co. ih< five story flat
with stores at 1742 Madison avenue, )
2-1.11x75.
The Catholic Young Women's Club !
has bought the four story building It
occupies at 641 Lexington avenue on a
lot 25x100. adjoining the northeast corner
of Fifty-fourth street. It was acquired
from Edward A. Arnold and was
taken subject to a mortgage for $30,000.
Mrs. B. Klee has sold 356 West End
avenue, a four story dwelling, on a lot |
19x66. adjoining the southeast corner of |
Seventy-seventh street.
Henrietta Hlrschman sold to Mollie
I*. Abramowitz the three story dwelling .
at 213 West 126th street, 17.1x100.
A'ergene M. Overoeker sold to Katharine
C. Monalian the three story dwell
ing at 367 West ll7tli street, lts.sxiuu
Irving Dauber sold to Sidney M.
Smith 79 West 118th street, a three story j
dwelling, 20x100.
Henry Bottjer sold to Frederic J.
Llscombe the four story dwelling at j
455 West Twenty-second street, 16.1x98 9. j
Ellen J. Reaney sold to Mary E. ;
Scully the three story dwelling 135 West j
Ninety-second street, 20xl0o.
John P. Leo, Jr.. sold for the estate
of Phillip Carton to a client of
Echlndler & Llebler the four story !
apartment house at 2-40 East Seventy- ;
eighth street.
MISCELLANEOUS LEASES.
H. M. Weill Company leased the
building at 246 West Thirty-sixth street
for Rose Pollack to A. Travaglio; in
202 West Thirty-fourth street, a store,
to Petropulos Brothers; parlor floor to
M. Wasserman; two upper floors to M.
Donohue; also 204 West Thirty-fourth
street, a store, to Schneiderman Company;
parlor floor to Universal Service.
two floors to Philip Grill; in 206 i
West Thirty-fourth street, a store, to j
Henri Luyck, parlor floor to X. Sorino, j
upper part to F. Frannson; also store I
in 157 West Thlrtv-third street to Benn- I
son Cohen; loft In 225 West Thirtysixth
street to Wolfk."" "itTmark; loft In
22.1 West Thirty-mird street to the
Apex Chemical Company; loft In 212
West Thirtieth street to the Merchants
Industrial Association, and loft In 623
Sixth avenue.
Charles F. Noyes Company leased for j
Everett, Heaney & Co. three lofts in 546 |
Broadway through to 80-88 Crosby street, j
containing1 52,000 square feet, to Sherr |
Brothers, ladles" waists, at an aggregate j
rental of $100,000.
Joseph P. Pay leased for the Partola
Manufacturing Company part of the sec- I
ond floor of the Partola Building, 100 j
West Twenty-flrst street, to the Amerl- j
can Odeon Corporation, and for the Bule |
Oil Corporation offices in 299 Broad- j
way to the Universal Knit Goods Com- |
pany.
B. I. Silverstein, of the Business Ex- j
change, leased the Washington Bridge
Garage, at Amsterdam avenue and 183d
street, for twelve years for N. Talgman
to the E. D. Garage Company, Inc.
Ohr. Volzing & Son, Inc., and Louis
Carreau leased for ten years the corner
store at 894 Third avenue to Antonia De
Palma.
Lewis H. May Company leased a store
in 464 Fourth avenue to H. .Stein; in 18
West Twenty-seventh street to Feldberg
& Cohen : in the same building to Rubber
Garment Specialty Company, and in 211
West Fifty-eighth street to Motor
Hearse Corporation of America.
Israel ZilmelDaum leased irom max i
N. Natanson the sixth floor tn the Arena, j
Building. 38 and 40 West Thirty.second \
street. Mr. Xatanson also leased In the |
Same building the tenth floor to Julius
Pollack for Ave years at a total rental ;
of about $100,000: space in 315 Fourth
avenue to Robert H. Ingerspll & Brother
the top loft for Ave years at an aggregate
rental of $100,000; In 8 to 14 j
West Thirtieth street the eighth floor to
the Lurle Company ; In 79 Fifth avenue
to the Miltln Simpson Company, Moe
Kornberg, the Cloakart Model Company,
Salvatore Radlcella, Mark Gersten, Reglna
Feuerman. George F. Rabinowitz
and the New York Edison Company : In
4 32 Fourth avenue space to the Mtllsco
Agency, the S. Kan Sons Company, the i
United States Silk Corporation, Samuel
Kutchner and Louis Slutzsky ; In 693 I
Broadway space to the Atlas Dress Com- j
pany : In 20 West Seventeenth street the
seventh loft to Rubin. Klinger & Co. : In
313 Fourth avenue space to the Lyons J
Lace Syndicate and stores In the building
at 157th street and Amsterdam avenue
to Samuel Castem, Adotph Packard
and J. H. Lochans.
Pay eon McL. Merrill Company leased i
a duplex studio apartment In 257 West
Eighty-sixth street to M. Paul Iribe, and j
aniirfmonts In .14 0 T v In ptnn a von lin tn i
Charles Crawford: in 140 West Fifty- j
seventh street to Mrs. Raymond B. Price, i
and in 326 East Fifty-seventh street to I
Miss Clara Singer.
Douglas Li. Elliman ft Co. leased from 1
October 1, 1921. an apartment in 300 I
Park avenue to Charles S. Thorne; also
a furnished apartment in 340 Park ave- j
nue to Mrs. John S. Thacher, and In
>29 Park avenue to Mrs. R. Bendlt.
Frank L. Fisher Company leased for j
the United Retail Stores twelfth floor j
In 509 Fifth avenue to Metal Package
Corporation ; also leased for Schulte Optical
Company second floor of 7 Fast
Forty-second street to Franklin A. Norton
ft Co . stock brokers; also an ofllco !
In 171 Madison avenue to the American j
Jewish Committee.
The followling concerns have taken
space In the Earllngton Building. 49-55
West Twenty-seventh street: Fred F. !
Miller (Peerless Cloak ft Suit Co.), S. ,
Sragow 4 Co.. Inc.. Federal Distributing |
Co . '"lub Fountains Corporation. Pascal j
M Geronlmo and Salzman A Sacks.
BRONX MARKET NOTES.
The MacDougall & Potter Company,
iron works, whose plant runs through
from Rider avenue to Canal place, In
The Bronx, has bought from Mary
Brenneman the adjoining plot to the
north comprising the block front on the
outh side of 141st street, between Rider
avenue and Canal place, with frontage
of 12" feet on the street, and 75 feet on
each other thoroughfare. Their old
plant measures 50x125.
Francis T. Perry sold to the Kelsler
Realty Company the plot. 107.3x100, at
the northwest corner of Longfellow avenue
and 167th street.
REALTY NEW* BRIEF*.
TV,,, if vi le.in c, .... .l _
broker In th?> aale of the Xew Cpntre
Building, to 41 M'mI Thirty-aecond
street, by Via* N. Xntanaon to a ayndlcate
of tenants.
Margaret furrier la the buyer of the
four atory dwelling at the aouthweat
corner of Lexington avenue and Thirty- I
fifth atreet.
Hannah Hchutter la the buyer of 2f><
West 12l*t atreet, aold recently through :
Alexander Henarhel and the Kane
Company. ,
The tenant* who recently bought the
Xew Centre Building, .19 to 41 Weat
Thlrty-iecond atreet, from Max X.
Natanaon, are organized under the
name 'J the Readywear Corporation,
Morria Handelaman preaidcnt. The
other member* are Qreenberg A Greenher*.
Vtelteelalre Garment Company;
leader Delloff, Coronet Coatume Compuny;
Goldateln Mr thera, Talbot Company.
Mimpaon Brother*, Vaaaar Dreaa
Company; B. Ltpahltz and M Gordon.
All member* of the organization of !
the real eatate company of Goodwin A j
Goodwin, numbering twentv-alx persona,
from executive* to office boy*,
participated In the company'* regular
get together'' party at the Republic
Theatre on Friday evening last.
f
THE NEi
YONKERS LOTS AVERAGE
$500 EACH AT AUCTION
B. L. Kennelly Sells 200 Sites
in Lowerre Summit Park.
Bryan I.,. Kennelly sold yesterday at
auction in the Vesey Street Exchange
Salesroom about 200 lots at Lowerre
Summit Park, north of Van Cortlandt
Park, in Yonkers. The sale was well
attended and the bidders were quick to
snap up the bargains offered in this
choice residential section of Yonkers.
Of the 200 lots disposed of the average
price was $500 each. The corner of Boulder
place and Ritchie Drive, a plot lOOx
100, was sold to Emll Paulsen for $2,200.
Two similar plots on the same street
were sold to Michael Keane and J. E.
Goers for $1,125 and $1,300 respectively, j
Other lots on Ritchie Drive sold for j
about $1,000 each. Lots on Lewis Park- !
way brought from $350 to $500 each, i
t.ots on Linn avenue brought ?suu to
550 each. On Pu$tnam avenue they
brought from 1200 to 350 each. On J-.ee
street they brought about $250 each. On
Marshall road from $350 to $600 each.
Among the other buyers were: James
Leslie Binks, C. Irving Lattin, W. H.
Harrison. John J. Boyce, William
Crunkshank. G. H. Andrews, J. Blum,
W. H. Costello, C. C. Waldorf, S. Hofeller,
James Leslie, John Hunt, Ellas H.
Avran, I. Weiss, Jtobert Bruce, Ernest
Hesse, Harold Green, G. Elliott, J. M.
Van De Venetta, Frank McGulre and
Florence Bliss.
LLEWELLYN PARK HOME SOLD.
Other Transactions Reported From
Suburban Fields.
Payson McL. Merrill Company sold
for Mrs. Winthrop I). Smith to Herbert
S. Gay her property known as Inglenook
on Wildwood avenue in Llewellyn
Park, N. J,, containing four acres, with
dwelling, garage and stable.
Withington & Tlplin sold in East
Orange, N. J., to T. F. Boice 228 South
Burnett street, a two family house; to
Palmer Campbell northwest corner of
New street and North Parkway, a
dwelling; to E. M. Handy the vacant
plot on the northwest corner of Vernon
terrace and Vernon place.
S. S. Walstrum-Gordon & Forman
sold at Ridgewood. N. J., for Mrs.
Grace P. Murray the dwelling at 31
West Ridgewood avenue to Mrs. Bertha
M. Bobbins and for Gertrude F. Harri
son 60 East Rldgewood avenue to Willlam
B. Hill; also for Charles A. Stoneall
67 Union street to Colin J. Campbell.
Thomas S. Burke sold for Delia Sasey
to George Ynrscho a vacant plot in
the Nepera Park section of Yonlcers,
N. Y.
Robert E. Farley Organization sold
for Mrs. Clara Goldsmith her house on
Park road. Scarsdale. N. Y.. to E. Bassford
Schmalholz.
Payson McL. Merrill Company leased
furnished for the season of 1921 for
William A. Winant to John H. Stewart
his property on the easterly side of
Albert avenue. Lawrence Beach, L. I.
Thomas A. McWhinney Realty Company
sold at Lawrence. L. I., to Herman
Goldberg the uncompleted two and
one-half story stucco dwelling for the
Meadow Lane Corporation; also for
Jud#e Lewis M. Ralsig the three story
stucco dwelling in Cedarhurst Park; j
for Mrs. L. W. McWhinney the three
story stucco cottage on Bayview avenue,
Bay Knoll, In wood, and rented
for Arthur L. Strasser to Meyer Harrison
a residence on Rockaway turnpike.
'CURB' WILL HAVE FINE HOME, j
Ktrnrtorr on Trinity Pluce Will !
( <1*1 KI.IIIU.IIIIU,
Pl^ns have been filed with the Manhattan
Hureau of Buildings for the construction
of the new seven story home
for the curb market at 112 to 123 Greenwich
street, having a frontage of 178.2
feet and a depth of 99.8 feet.
The building will be fireproof and
will be occupied by a stock exchange
and restaurant on the first floor, with
a visitors' gallery on the next floor and
offices above. The New York Curb
Market Realty Association is the owner j
of record. Starrett & Van Vleck, the j
architects, estimate the cost at $1,100,000. I
BROOKLYN TRANSACTIONS.
Berkshire Realty Company, Inc.,
Joseph G. Haft president, sold the four
story apartment house at 430 St. John's
place, -10x100.
B. F. Knowles Company sold 91 Wilson
street, a three story dwelling. 20x100,
for Jeanette Jones to a Mr. Goldberg.
Realty Associates sold a plot. 40x118.81,
on the west side of Stillwell avenue, 560
feet north of Neptune avenue, to Anna
Pero.
Charles Partridge leased to Richard
Colkers, milliner, the store in 952 Flatbush
avenue.
Harold E. Wittemann sold through
* ?r... c? f tjtoln 229 Flatbush
.lames mu iv *? - ?
avenue, a three story business building.
The purchaser will remodel when the
leases expire.
IX THE AUCTION BOOM.
114 VE8EY STREET ]
By Henry Brady.
MANHATTAN AV, w s, whole front between
I2.3J *t and Hancock pi, 110.10x90x103.5x
100.10, vacant?Maria ina C MacDougal! v?
Wm J Casey et al; action No. 7; Foster A
Thomson, attys; Jas A l.ynch, ref; duo.
$80,478.00; taxes, Ac, $4,(S'XI. To the plaintiff
$70,000
1ST AV. 1811.7. w s, 25.2 s (18th st, 25.4x119.0.
5 sty tenement and stores?Sheriff's sale of
all right, title, Ac. which Renee Boticecault
had on August 10. 1920, or since; Jos Dannenberg,
atty. Withdrawn.
CHERRY ST, 11 and 10, n s, 84.1 e Peart st,
17 8x52x102.Is 18 11. 0 story brick tenement
house and stores?Henry Pe F Weekes vs
Union Construction and Realty Co et al;
Weekes Bros, attys; Thos J Crawford, ref;
due, $47,013.55: taxes, Ac, $4,050. To the
plaintiff $40,000
By Joseph P. Day.
3D AV. 2341, n e cor 127th st, 22x80. 5 story
tenement?The Bank for Barings vs Renee
Hughes Canalize and others; Cadwalader,
Wlckersham A Taft, attys; David L Well,
ref; due. $20,857.05; taxes, Ac, $2,059.93,
Adjourned to December 29.
LONDON WOOL MARKET.
London, Nov. 17.?At the Wool auction
sales to-day 11,402 bales were offered.
There was a steady sale for fine
merinos, but large withdrawals occurred
among the inferior grades and crossbreds
despite a reduction of the selling
limits
Williams in nio run.
WILUUVrOWK) Nov 17.?Tho wiuiama
rrom country team will compete In the nation*!
Intercollegiate tmt at Now Haven
Saturday for tho flrat time In r~cent year*.
Although hope* for a creditable allowing are
not a* encouraging na they worn before tha
Purple harrier* failed to flnlah among tha
flrat four at the recent Now England ev?nt.
t'rofta, the atar of the team, la counted on
to come home among the flrat half doxen hill
and dalera.
?V
Fire Record
A. M I/oaa.
I'J.'IO?IM B. 27th at.: Dandy Lime
Straw Mat Co Unknown
r?:4fV? 174th at. and Southern Boulevard,
Tho Bronx; aubway train;
Interborough It. T. Co . ..Trifling
A;M?:>ir> K. Ford ham road, The
flroxn ; unknown Trifling
* of?Front of 15 E. 40th at.; auto;
Pnylea Zalin Co Trifling
2:DD?t 10 Jackaon avenue, The Bronx;
tarae! Kdelman None
3:1ft?,71* Jackaon atreet; Hachel
Brucker Unknown
4:4.* ?14." Ninth avenue; Mr*. Delmnnt
Unknown
*i: 1T|?106 Broadway; United Commercial
Trade* Company Unknow n
7:30 -1120 Crofona avenue. The
Bronx. Blchard Wendleken..Unknown
T: 40? 11 ft \Ve*t Seventeenth at reel,
Claaaln Walat Company Unknown
Tho record on November 13 ahowed a fire
aa having occurred In the premlaea of the
Holland Itubber Company, at .735 Broadway.
The Fire Mar*ha!'? report ahowa the fire aa
I having been In another part of the building.
I
N YORK HERALD, TH
MRS. THOMAS A. EDISON
DRAWN AS JURY WOMAN
Listed in Panel to Try Crim- ?
inal Cases.
Mrs. Thomas A. Edison has been empanelled
among fifteen women from
whom will be selected the first alt woman
j{iry to try a criminal case in Essex
county. New Jersey. The trial Is to start
Monday before Judge Daniel A. Dugan
at Orange. Th< defendant is Jack Segall
of <43 Springfield avenue, Newark,
who is charged by the New Jersey State
Board of Dentistry with practising without
a license.
Besides Mrs. Edison Mrs. William A.
Lord, wife of the Mayor of Orange ; Mrs.
Everett Colby a society leader of
Llewellyn Park; Mrs. Frank W. Van
Ness of East Orange, Assemblymanelect,
and Mrs. Edgar E. Lethridge of
South Orange, wife of a former Speaker
oi me AssemDiy, nave oeen drawn. j <
ART SALES.
PUBLIC AUCTION SALE T<
OF i
IMPORTANT E!
The entire Furn
Rare Art Treasures,
Foreign and An
CHICKERING GRAI
PLAYER
Removed from City am
DARLING C& C
Sell THIS DAY (1
also Friday and Sat
242 FIFTH AVENUE
Desirable Period Furnitu
ing and B<
King Charles and Italian Renassi
soles,?-Exceptional Objects of Art
Marble Statuary,?Curios,?WoModern
Chinese Porcelains.
Electric Motor Victrola,?Sterlii
Exquisite Table China,?Shefhel
Linens.
Also for whom i
200 Large and Various siz<
' ftiB dHfcTT IC Cash Dcp<
S E? Catalogue:
Arranged and Conducted by LO'
SALE THIS DAY (2d
ALSO FRIDAY A
HAVEMEYE
Order Thos. Sowden li
HARRIMAr
Order F. Dean Harrli
at tl
BROADWAY ART GA
The entire Rich and Costly Furniture a
of over quarter n>
On vie* with Catalogue* until hour of
SALES AT AUCTION.
ByT eTcONANT^&T <
OFFICE LOWELL n
ONE OF THE MOST COI
BOOKBINDING ESTABLl:
The Ephraim Adams & Company Inc., II
Ho?ton Massachusetts?one of the most Imports
ducted bookbinding establishments In New Engl:
of Its entire bookbinding equipment to whomsoev
with the Terms and Conditions of Sale?which i
every requirement of the modern edition bookbind
of fifteen thovsand volumes r*T day divided Into tl
[ folding?pasting?tipping?sewing?stitching?v
tiling?forwarding?ease-making?embossing?sta
ping. Every machine upon the premises is indiv
AU Is to be sold In lots to suit purchasers. A <J
detail may be had free from the office of the Ai
The sale will take place upon the premises regard!
day the 2.'?rd day of November 1920 commencii
the forenoon.
INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, &C. i
$100 a Week Earned
While Going to School
Road the Business Build
I
ers advertisement for
salesmen in the help
| wanted male columns.
PUBLICig
iSPEAKINGg-S
the ability to speak well In public.
COME FRIDAY NIGHT AND VISIT TH
PUBLIC 8PKAKINO CLASS
WALTER ROBINSON. INSTRUCTOR
! Wnt Hide Y. M. C. A. aot W. fl7th St
miss onklin'$
secretarial school
Twonty-flrst Year.
Commercial Engineer* Iiulbllna.
37 WI-ST .'!>TII STRUCT.
wtst <;inf y m r a 1
EVENING CLASSES.
Academic, Business, Languages and Technlcal
Courses. Call, phone nr write for booklets.
:tot West -'Hi St. Tel folntnlv.s TP"ii
U. S. Secretarial School
M2-M4 ITFTI1 AVE. (torn ST.)
The oldest ami pre-eminently the most successful
Prepnr s for and obtains excellent
i secretarial positions. Write /or Catalog 1').
BOOKKEEPING CLASS.
Dtmrough training to qualify for complete
cliarite c,f books In nn.v business. Enroll.
BROTHER A st HMIIIT. (It IHTH WE.
P...J.L Instruction A Translations,
Mlfl" SlI Prunera's Spanish Ht.udlos,
upuflion ISO I.'...,,, 4 too W
SPANISH gentleman wants exrhango conversation
with Am rl an, young man Mr.
Hoyo. 101 We?t_inyth sr. apartment 21.
ACCOUNTA N'C'V CLASSES FORMING.
rA<,'B I I'ACE, .10 Church street. Ncy York.
NEW YORK COLLEGE MUSIC, 10.1 W T2'l.
NEW YORK CON MUHIC. Ill E S.'ith
J! n arlvn l'n mrilt in lh> bout ami j
I Found vohiMH* <f TUT: XI It' VORU.
IIKHALI) ntfri s n r,tl pnisibllitp o'
recovrrino ifour lout property.
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URSDAY, NOVEMBER 3
26, SHOOTS GIRL, IS,
WHO REFUSED TO WED "
Anna Zoufaly Badly Wound- 8
ed; Joseph Poborsky Flees. |
Anna Zoufaly, 15 years old. who Is
employed In a cigarette factory, refused
to marry Joseph Poborsky, 26 years old, |
a suitor who had made frequent protestations
of affection for her. Last night. |
iccording to tlio police, Poborsky called
ber to his mother's home, at 401 East |
Seventy-fourth street, and shot her
twice. Poborsky, it was said, fled after J
the shooting. "
The girl was wounded In the left side |
of' the neck and in the left leg, but, !
despite her injuries, she ran out of the H
house and to the street. There she col- ! ?
lapsed. She was taken to Reception ~.
Hospital, where it was said the neck ?|
wound was serious. The girl's parents, j
who live at 1376 First avenue, said they B
lid not know the Poborskys. ?
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AUT SALES.
,
1-DAY (THURS.)y 2 P. M. j I
ViN | ?
JTA TU 'Name Withheld
J 1 1 Hi By Request)
iture De-Luxe,
Oil Paintings by
lerican Artists r
SD and ANGELUS
PIANOS
d Country Residences
lO., Auctioneers
rhurs.), 2 P. M.
urday, same hour
27th?28th Streets
re for the Dining, Liv- i
;drooms:
lance Tables, Chairs and Con- I
such as Bronzes,?Clock Sets,?
/en Tapestries,?-Antique and
ng Silver,?Rich Draperies,?
d Entrees and Salvers, ?Fine
t may concern %
? r!??ana P. Damaiam DllXn
: v/illllC5C 0L 1 CISldlf 1YU?S I
jsits required of all buyers.
3 can be obtained at the sale
UIS VAN BRINK, Auctioneer.
Session) at 2 o'clock
N'D SATURDAY
Ik estate
lavemeycr, Executor
m estate
man, Jr., Executor
tie
LLERIES, Auctioneers
30th Street ?
n t Work., of Art appralard valuation ?
llllon of dollar*.
Sale. ART DEALERS ATTEND ^
SALES AT AUCTION.
ZO - - Auctioneers f
MASSACHUSETTS
71PLETE AND MODERN
SHMENTS IN AMERICA
ookblnders. of No. 2S7-20.1 ron*r?* Street,
,nt and highest class and mort honorably con
ind?has decided to make Immediate disposal
or will bid the most at public sale and comply
squipment Is folly adequate to meet In detail
cry. It Is a three unit bindery with a capacity i
ie following departments:?sheet stock room?
vlrlng?guarding ?smashing?cutting?trimimping
Inking?caslng-in?wrapping and shlplilually
motor operated?with slight exception.
Inscriptive catalogue In full schedule and much
uctloneers. where all Inquiries must bo made,
ess of any condition of the weather on Tuesig
very promptly at half-past ten o'clock in
THUR1IF.R C. ADAMH. Treasurer.
ART SALES.
To-Day (Thursday),
and Tomorrow, (Friday),
at 2 P. M. each day, in 11 L
J/jf SILO'S ^
Fifth Ave. 'm
Galleries
fsiy^r 40 E. 45th St.
Vanderbilt Ave.
Jam#* P. Sllo 4k Son, Auctioneer*
WILL SELL at UNRESTRICTED
PUBLIC AUCTION
Modern Furniture
Rugs, Hangings, Decorative
Porcelains, Bronzes, Etc.
also ,
Some Interesting
Antiques
Thl* collection lia* boon connlgnod
to u* from many o* the better home*
In New Tforfc and It* environ*.
ON view TO TIME OF sale.
2nd Day of Executor's Sale of a
Very Valuable Estate.
BENJ. S. WISE, Auct'r
itill tell at the Wise duct/on Galleries
428 Columbus AveA?lsl.S?
TO-DAY(Thur.).-2P.M. I
Continuing following days, same hour
Household Effects, Works of Art, Painting*,
Rugs, Draperies, Grand Pianoforte, Antique
ana Modern Furniture, Pianos, Brie-aBrac,
China, Laces, Embroideries, Linens,
Marble and Bronze Statuary, Etc.
Hold by order of
Mrs. Francis H. Kimball
Vt'ufnir of the tat* ue II-kno\on Architect, \
tnocther u'llh other Household Effects. I
75 Orient I Rugs & Carpets sold Friday 4 P. M
50 Oil Paintings fold Saturday 4:30 P. M.
Goods on View up to lour of sale.
THIS DAY AT \ :30 P. M
? IMPORT A NT SALE OK
BOOKS
At The Xcclcr Art Gaiicnca, j
11 VICKY HV.. Ml. HIIUAIlWAt.
NOTB The above rale wilt be follow ssl bp I
mm ? .teti-iv. I ' imi. ii S;il' i'', morrow |
< I'rl and Haturilny it) eame hour u
Ur ?iR?. ? Ki l l KB. Am llwirrr. I
$
L8, 1920.
ABT SALES.
57th St. Art Galleries, Inc. B
Alfred F. Gusvrellrr, Auctioneer. m
33 West 57th St., N. Y. City
Will Sell at Public Auction j
TODAY B
|
A choice collection of antique and i
modem household appointments, consisting
of fine examples of XVII. and
XVIII. Century Cabinetry, odd pieces
of Boudoir, Dining and Living Room |
Furniture and extraordinary articles
of Virtu. Many of them were for
nierly a part of the collection of the
Duke of Atrlpalda.
200 Oriental Rugs & Carpets _
Will also form a part of this sale.
SAI.K DAYS: THURSDAY. FRIDAY B
AND SATURDAY,
Not. 18. IB and 30. at 2i30 P. M. B
Eueli Day.
NOTK?Rugs will be sold Friday {
and Saturday, Nov. 19 and 20, at
8:30 P. M. Each Day. ^
SALES AT AUCTION.
SAMUEL MARX, Auctioneer
WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION
AT HIS SALESROOMS
115-117 W. 23d St., N.Y. City
(West of Sixth Avonue)
Monday & Tuesday, Nov. 22' & 23rd
Commencing at 2 o'clock P.M.Each Day
By Direction of
NATHAN BURKAN, Esq.,
Administrator
AU the personal effects belonging to
i ne abum 01
OLIVE THOMAS PICKFORD
deceased
Comprising
Jewelry, Furs, Wearing
Apparel, Automobiles
TO WHICH HAS BEEN ADOEI)
BY ORDER OF EXECUTORS
For Account of Other Estates
Paintings, Crystals,
Jades, Art Objects
Also by order and for the aecoiun oj 1
a wull known Importer j
AN UNUSUAL COLLECTION OF j
Oriental Rugs and Carp As !
ALL ON PUBLIC VIEW !
Saturday, Nov. 20th, 0 A.M. to 5 P.M. and
by Special Itequest
Sunday, Nov. 21st, 10 A. M. to 5 P. M.
and day of salo up to 12 o'cloe'c no ? \
Sale conducted by BENJAMIN MARX
SALES TO-DAY, 2 P. ML p
Also Tomorrow ft Saturday
At the Galleries of i; I
:IFTH AVEftUE
ss AUCTION ROOMS'
A collection of
antique and modern
HOME FURNISHINGS
removed from several residences. | i
Also Property belonging to the '
I state of the late
Bertha K. Bartlott
The combined assortment includes
Louis XVI., Colonial Dutch Marqueterie
and Empire Furniture
Mahogany Dining Room Sets, j
Enamel Bedroom and Dining 1
Suites, Upholstered Davenports I j
and Odd Chairs.
Baby Grand& t wo Upright Pianos
Choice Ceramics & Bronzes
Persian Carpets and Rugs
OIL PAINTINGS
by American and European Artlats
Etchings, Engravings, Sport Prints
Diamonds and other Jewelry
Hudson nay sable Mults, Scans
and other Furs.
ON VIEW UNTIL HOI K OF SALU.
, WALLACE H. DAY. Auctioneer j
W ' " W
'T, SMITH'S
SJ&/L KNICKERBOCKER
|fjgw|| SALES ROOMS, INC,
IwSfis/j 8as HEVENT" AVENUE.
vQCj COR. 63D STREET,
o. E. SMITH, Auctioneer.
1M0
This Thursday at 2 o'Clock
and following days. hamehour
A STUPENDOUS COLLECTION OF
ANTIQUE AND MODERN
Furniture, Rel>cs, Arms,
REAL RRONZES.
PORCELAINS. MIRRORS.
LAROE AND SMALL SIZES IN RUOS J
From the Far East,
Removed from the former residence of the
Mrs. Lew Dockstader
At Long Be*rh. I. I., tho property ha ring
bMn nold.
ALSO FROM BALDWIN, L. I.
the Colloctlon of Antlqum from tho I,at?
PROF. M. MAYER
An UnusuailylmportanlSale
To-day and Friday, 11 A. M.
88 University Place,
Bet. II til and 12th St*.
CHOICE COLLECTION
Genuine Antique Furniture
ALSO EARLY AMI'.HICAN ANt> ENO
L1SH CHINA AND ULAS8WAJIE
FORMERLY THE PROPERTY OF JOHN
ALLEN AND U9ED IN THE HOME OF
Edgar Allan Poe
IN ADDITION TO ABOVE
Oriental Carpets and Rugs
RICH HANOINOS. URIC A HRAO,
BRONZES. I'AINTINOS,
SHEFFIELD I1.ATF,
Modern Furniture and Household
Effect*,
100 Wilton Carpets,
Rug?, Redding, Personal Effects
ARTHUR KAL1SKI, Auctioneer.
RESORTS.
Atlantic City.
CJhej\m\
unanac UtysJyeivestano
CPEND Thanksgiving at The Ambas
^ will prevail. Special features, i
indoor salt water pool, dancing in the
room, concerts afternoon and evening
Orchestra, and a real American Tha
Reservations now being made for Thai
York office, 110 East Fifty-second Stre
THE AMBASSADOR
Ambassador, Atlantic City
Ambassador, New York,
Alexander, Li
y1!!.'!'"'; ''fif IHlli' f II1 ilil
[ATSPp
iiv "t?VC
"'vffP Makes Every Day a "
?+ THE MOST DBLIOHTFUL I
I Bright, aiatv days with iiat <
glow ?f health to tha ohceke. 1
^ tha many oat ?' door recreation
Coif (fv? new, Btx.itv holaa k?f? brcn added
rCitY Country Club). Uoracback ndirc ti
riding and promenading an tha eaer-faad
you'll njoy tha diapiaya in wonderful ahop
Air direct from "Did" ocean.
A .4Tlolr. m.r.
^ * THE I KADI?
i . ceiled C. uisine sod Hospitality. Alt
Information, Hates, Etc. (AU are Am
hotel Dennis ^arlbsrpujh-l
Walter/, bushy Am?r <* Eu
Motel Strand leetohWUteS
Meet F. H. Off.nH Hot.I St. C
Kg? H. C. Fd?u<b Edwar.1 E. (.
Efi Galrn hall Tru,w
Z<f. C?U. 11.11 Go. Hotel Chi
\fk The Wiltshire J. B. Thomp.,
A hnurl Qlia.O ner The holm
jfef N.J.Collidb. Mgr. A. If. Dai
.Jjv? _ Three hours from Now York City via Ce
1 Street and 23rd Sttsst, or ria Penna. H
?? '* * A Pullman ervioc Consult local ticket eg
I MILMWIIUL-n T ? H *U. I
Aiv America a Plaa Hotel i |
(of Distmrticiiand Real Comfort 11
} flREPRpor GARAGE. * I
ROYAL PAL ACE ;
HOTELtCOTTAGES '
orv tke BeAcK.. CaLf>.600
CONVENIENT TO ALL AMUSEMENTS 1
Sc&B&tkvDIET KITCHEN* Orchestra g
Family Patronage Irvvited |C.L.HANSTEIN
LYMAN J.WAT30US
Proident Sect.* Mgr.
HOTEL
CHELSEA;
Occupying entire Mock of ocean front in the
fashionable Club en Mftlofl.
{00 bed chambers with private baths (fresh
and sea water). High-class orchestra, cafe,
grill, etc. French chefs. Golf privileges.
Autos meet train*. Booklet. Open all year.
,1. It. THOMPSON & CO.
? n "^=rrr?7-N? r
^ Hotel
Rrisfiton
JLy and Casino
0/\e/\ tArouffhoultAe "Year
/fc/rixIqyzjSQn
G^/ln Affcsnfic Cify ifi ffce
femLA M AC
o/> rfjc fi&art/waA
,MACKLAT2CO.tf
irTTT^TV ri1
ShelSrcakerft
I on an rtniiT * uiitAvnnF I !
AMECK AN and KLItOrKAN 1'l.ANH.
SnsWILfl^HlRE
Vliglnla av and Beach. Cap. SMi. Prlvata
hatha, tunning watar; elevator. ato. Ataer,
?lan. SAMUEL ELLIS, Owner. N. J. COLIN
8. M?r,
HOTEL CONTINENTAL.
Always open. Always ready. Term? moderate.
Phonu or write, M. WALSH DUNCAN.
I.ukrwood, N. J.
LAUREL HOUSE
Lake wood, N. J. Now Open
New County Club Golf Course
In the alluring climate of this famous
resort you vrllk find autumn capcclilly delightful.
Why not make the Laurel House
your permanent winter home' Only 5'.?
miles from New York. Service, urroundIngs
and social life most enjoyable.
AJ.MIIRPIIl,M|r.C.V.MVBPIIT,AHl.Mp
Laurel in the Pines
LAKEWOOD, N. J.
Situated among the Pines And overlookln)
Lake Carasaljo.
Golf, Private Tennis Courta, Riding.
Shaded Walks, Fishing, Music.
Blactro-hydrotherapy Hath System.
Prlvata Garage.
Branch office of N. T. Stock Rachanga. I
_ FRANK r tlll'Tr, Mrr ]
PINEAIR HEALTH FARM, ,
I.nkernod, N. J., tel. r>25; pent, recreation;
larger.t health farm gym. in T1.8.A.: cleetrohvrtmth'
rapv hatha. W. J. Roth. hlrprtor.
New Jeraey.
PUDDING STONE iNN
Bucce ful Week End*. Op"n all year. Folder
G. N. \ IM IAT. 'tn.mton. N. J.
Florida. I
I
Flamingo iVeach 1
I TT.O R1 DA'S NEWEST* AND
| MOST - BKAU TIFUI.- HOTEL
Bermuda. I
The Ideal Winter Resort <
princess hotel
BERMUDA i
HOWE Ik TWOItOUBIt, Manager*
Directly 011 the llatOoi Accommodate* 400 1
OPEN DEC. 0 TO MAY 1
Reached try leather* of Furncaa Bermuda
Dine. Whitehall St.. N. Y. 1
RESORTS.
Attuttt City.
bassador
/ TRost Distinctive Tfatel
sador, where the true holiday spirit
including a water carnival in the
Pompeiian Grill and Japanese tea
5 by The Ambassador Symphony
nksgiving dinner. Golf privileges,
iksgivina and the week-end. New
et. Tel. Plaza 1225.
HOTELS SYSTEM:
Ambassador, Santa Barbara
Ambassador, Los Angeles
w Angeles
553TYI
' ThanksiiviDi Day" x:
SEASON OF THE YEAR %
fficiMt snap (a brio* tba ^
iVonderfnl weather Is unlay
s that Atlaatie City offers.
1 to Um ra-arrannd course at the Atlantic
i the hard level haachea. Roller chair
eating boardwalk. On the land aide \
i ?f n/owt while inhaling fresh Salt Sea I
erts, Dancing. Io'oer Pools, Etc., Etc. A,
iO HOUSES 'Jl
ti open. I hone. Wire or Write ffar iZ
mean plan, ucieaa otherwise noted),
Jlenhrlcs Th? Breakers N'
i I'lana Ann. & Eu. Plane ft
So ha Co. Joel HlUmen, Prop.
harles The bhelburne 1 pro
Mldup, TuroUMO PU?
? J. WetkeU M(T gt
r.lsea Sea*Me Houaa ut*
>n 4 Co. F. P. Cook'o 9mm fijfa
hurst Hotel Morton I A.
raell Bell 4 Cope, Oman MS
nlrel R. R. of N. J . 9>edooe Liberty ilSjR]
L R. horn Penae. Station. Through I m|#b
-on for further Information. r
I.?mk Island.
CjaidenOt? ;
Hotel
Garden City, Long Island
exclusive American plan hotel with an it ,-J
a carte restaurant for motorists; Turkish
.nil Russian Baths.
Special Winter Rates Nov. to May
'request electric train'' from Pcnn. Station.
.1. J. I.WN1N ( O.. Props.'
Westchester.
HOTEL;
^RAMATAN
ffl 8 minii'KS from (irand Central
fig 11 t;0 electric trains dally. City conju
pniences the rountry. Golf.
I M tennis. saddle horses. Daily
u Conccr's. Danclnx.
llenrl l'auchey A Hon. Inc.. I.esseii.
I a wren oc Park. Hronxvlll N. V.
Pennsylvania.
rU?. AshimnJ Mt. Tocnno, Pa. Klegant
1 rIC L/ntWOO(t loeatlon, special full am*
a i ntorratoF. Book Wt. K. u. & fci. v. ait man.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
I lii! I
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"305 West End Avenue"
Sir SEVENTY fOUKTH STZEST
y{ Residential Hotel
Sun flooded Suites
Overlooking the Hudson
- Two rooms or more
Unfurnished.- on lease
end
Restau rant Esplanade
"Telephone.Columbus 7200
Cbe Cambridge,
68th Street West
Near Central Park
The latest fireproof apartment Hotel
Just completed now open.
Suites of 2 Rooms or more
on a yearly lease unfurnished
Spacious closets.
St PICIIIOR RESTAURANT.
Also Doctor Suite, 3 rooms, main floor.
Under same management Hotel
Langdon, nth Av. A Mlth St.
E. H. CHATIt,L.ON
TH* SUNSET
Beiirh r>0tli nn?l Surf Avenue,
Sen Gate.Nortons Point,N Y. Harbor
Open throughout tho yoar.
Modern Family Hotel. Ideal Winter home
for New Yorkers. 45 minutes Times Square,
15 mlnutps Chambers St., Municipal Subway.
Special Winter llntes. American Plan.
single Room, running water.. 125 to 1.10
Double Room, running water $45 to $50
Double Room, private bath $55 to $110
Week-end guenta accommodated.
iRanhattau 8>qttar?
SO to 5R \Vejt 77th Street,
Facing Museum of Natural History. |
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED.
Vl'ITES AV AILABLE.
ATTRACTIVE RATES.
JURAT NO Tirr:itN HOTEL, I III Wnl ?7 St. *
HOTi:l. MsTUI IU.AMI. Blh Ave, nt Bft St,
HOTEL RRETTON HALL.
ROth St. and Broadway
An advertisement ,
in the Lost and Found
columns of THE NEW
YORK HERALD offers
a real possibility
of recovering your
lost property.
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