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APARTMENTS ? UNFURNISHED ' V
From Mattery to 14th (St., Inclusive. J
WASHINGTON SQUARE.
UREKNWIt'H VILLAGE.
Wo have a number of apartments of every
d. erlptlon, with alt modern Improvements,
t all and see us.
PEPE. WASHINGTON SQUARE.
Washington BUUAIUB Motion "731 ami 33 <
West lllth St.). "Anli-a." elevator apart- I
ment, 7 rooms, 3 baths: thoroughly modern; un
ft.hOO: Infinite superintendent. vy
l;!TH, 311 West.?Pour beautiful rooms; all
Improvements. Apply apartment 4.
Above lllli St. to ODtli St. (Inclusive). B]
Fast River to North River.
B"
APARTMENT?Entire floor, large rooms; El
desirable neighborhood; long lease. 132 '
Ta't 37th st. Tel. Clielfea 3h4jL $Jl
Immediate possession.
110 East 54th St.. ~J
Just East of-Park Av.
Very attractive, sunny apartment, H.
2 living rooms and bath, I
elevator service. 57
PARK AV OPERATING CO., INC.,
512 5th av. Van. 4230.
ItEDUCED rental; SSth at.. .'130-332 West; -r
new building: all modern conveniences; two D*
and three rooms, bath; immediate posses- _
slon; $500 to $1.000. Inquire superintendent. 13
REEKMAN PLACET ~3fl (East 50th).?Five '
sunny, light rooms; ateam heat, hot water 'JJ
ami electric light rent $1,1100. II
LEXINGTON AV.. 515?Six light rooms; 1
steam, elevator, telephone, parquet floors. *1
MALVERNE APARTMENTS. 14
112 West 47th st.
Newly Decorated. lo<
? Furnished and unfurnished two and
three room apar'menta; maid ser- it
vlee. Repre entatlve on premises,
r- a i vivt i-i11i.-ii a'. JVC r-nnt'ORATION. M
110 Wont 40th at. Phono Bryant 40~8.
MOHK/EN apartment of four rooms and
bath, Ju t complotod, for bachelors only;
ready for In p llo"n and occupancy. W. P. t>.
NKl.S' N. 2H8 We t 40th St. _J
OPPORTUNITY, attractive 3 rooms, hath
and kitchenette; W< ; Side; sacrifice
rental. Apply Murray Hill 1481. ~
itlTH ST., lit W.?One room apartment, ]
hath and kitchenette; rental $75 month; as
also 3 room apartment, all Improvements, jr,
$00 month. Apply on premises. rjj
KITH ST.. 140 West?Seven large rooms;
steam, i arqu't floors, electric light, phone.
26TH ST.. 141 i:.?3 rooms; steam, hot 04
water; electricity, parquet floor", telephone. " ,
30-43 14 A ST 27TH ST~ ' fj
between Madison and 4th ava.?High class
apartments, 3-4-7 rooms; centrally locatod;
rents reasonable. Apply prcmhfs. _____
80TH, 253 W.?Near subwav, 8 rooms, bath,
steam, electricity. $100, $110. >
4STH ST., 100 WEST. te
B'WAY?OTH A\'. ,n
Bachelor's Ideal apartment; entirely new. m
Bright, sunny; parquet floors, French doors, p|
2 rooms & bath; maid service; $00 monthly. ^
60TH ST.. 71 WEST?Apartment two rooms. 1
bath, kitchenette, occupying entire floor, he
Rhlnelandor 41. r<?
OiTH, VV'.?Two upper floors, private house, I'
newly decorated, electricity; separate or
together; bachelors preferred. Particulars, nl
ENGLISH. 1331 Broadway. Jjrj
57THST.?Two rooms, bath, kitchenette; $83.
(12D ST., 20 E.?2 In rue room*, bath, kltohI
nette; very dgplrahle; $115. Plana 8303. he
0.'iTH ST., 183 E.?Apartment, 7 lli.'ht room*, '',r
new tiled bath, new parquet floor*; newly _
panelled Htlppled walls; ornate electric fixtures,
new plumbing fixtures; Immediate
possession: rental $1,200 per annum.
l.EON S. AI.TMAVEft. 02 East 80th. ?
1M East 82<h?Ready, 2 cheerful rooms!" bath;
moderate rental; refined: references. Hi
173-175 East aith.-o room grade floor duplex CI
residence; suitable dootor, dentist, dwelling
purpose*; steam, hot writer, electricity, n
1.EON ALTMAVER, 02 East 8tlth. gj
1038 Park av., corner 80th st.?Just completed;
modern 5 room corner apartment, m
with complete kitchens, elegantly finished' in
light on 3 aides; rent $3,000; also profea lonal
suites In same building. ,
l.EON a. Al.TMAYKH. 112 East 80th.
Above 59th St.?8th Av. to North Itlver.
W
FEAUTIFTTL five story American basement,
remodelled, near Riverside Drive; one large ni<
front room, bath, $100; two rooms, south- "Ic
erly exposure, bath, $100; one large room L?
with private foyer, bath, $115; floor, three
large rooms, two dressing room*, batn, '
beautiful kitchen, thoroughly equipped for w
housekeeping, $2,400._314 West ?2d *t. f
BEAUTIFUL eight room apartment, $300 IT'
monthly; would sell furniture of same.
1'"' w 108th St.. apt. 12A. ??
BELOW 110th st.?Four sunny modern rooms. "~~
U 1778 Herald, Washlngtim Heights. \y
BEAUTIFUL floor In private house; West t
7-Mli M. 1'hone Columbus 3313. mi
< 'EN'TRAL Park West?Beautiful llth floor ye
apartment overlooking park, 8 rooms, 3 u<
Paths; sublet unfurnished January to Octo- __
her, $2,250. E. R. J.. Box 19, Wall st. W
biatlon. New York city. i
^ilUOLID HALL, 86th st. and Broadway?
T.vo large roonm and bath; private en- ro
trance to ground floor; $200 a month; lease.
kfORNIXGSIDE DRIVE, 44.?Five room
apartment, December 15 to September 30; BC
piano. S..en 4 to 6. Apt. 54. Cathedra) 1)303. ,
NATIONAL STORAGE. 14(1 Wast Both St.- Br
Storage $0 per month vanload, motor vans pi
moving; moderate rates J702 Rtverslds ,
?t'ULET. conce.-islon, five room apartment! l"1
two hatha, corner 80th St.. facing Broad- Tf:
way; Immediate posses*lon. Apply WOOD. .
DOLSON CO., 80th st. and Broadway.
WEST 74TH ST., 100?Two room* and hath,
modern apartment, rent $1,500; Immediate ?
po-spRMlon. SLAWSON A HOBB8, 1(12 West
%
63D ST.. 28 West.?Beautiful studio, 2 rooms, tpT
bath. See elevator man or JACOB J. i
TABOLT, 558 8th av. n]
75TH, 147 WEST. 4U
Artistic and attractive apartmenta In hand- .
gome remodelled house; entire floor, with
6
PARTMENTS ? UNFURNISHED. Tan old timer
Above SOtli St.?Mb Av. to North River
Attractive h^gekerplnR^apartmen1*. NEW YORK'S Si
elevator and porter service.
' $2,TOO to 12,000.
Superintendent on premlsee.
una, Rocalls n"-v >Vh(,n
Spire Topped the '
u-liington Height*. Above Itttb St. ' 1
West of ?tb At. Mftrtg Of BllSill
ftOADWAY. 3505.?Four rooms, bath, all __________
front rooms levator, Ac.; Immediate posvlon.
rent <100. By TH|.; ODD PARAG
G15COMHI2 A V., 371.?Five rooms; Immediate
poH8e*.sion. newly decorated; rent The writer w&i walking (
... Janitor, on premises. way recently when he saw
JUR rooms, bath, newly derorated, third ....
Moor, private hou-e; non-housekeeptng. 527 York 3 old time realty opers
' whose name Is unknown to
A MILTON TERRACE, 51. ? Six rooms. , , ..
argi. all ou'stde, J125 per month. n followers of the
r. (NIUHOLAS AV.. ?34.?Outside five who had been quite active
r ;.u^Pt,0na"y larK6: "ouinern scraper development bccan
7 NK HULA.S av , sj>o (155th st.)? Elevator Th|s old ttentleman, now 1
ipartim n-, 1 room* possesion; >150. tlo8> but a() erect an(J gprlgh
HTU and Hamilton place, 51 (near Broad- - ...
way).?Five rooms, bath, elevator, phone; "*ty, walked along lciaui
neighborhood. iiuap at <125, now and then to view the
1TH, 565 W.?Seven room-, elevator, all ,i.l_ fh_
improvements; Immediate po es3lon; rent el'"er sc,e of the thorou
50. Superintendent, on premise*. Cortlandt street the writer
I _8Tif_.t23 veteran realty trader and
nitty,' St. Nicholas Park: southwesterly recalled an Interview some
poaure; $123. Call all week. quite clear In the writer's n
1ST ST., 630 W. (corner Drive).?7 rooms, was his first Important
nil facing etrect; Immediate possession. The old gentleman said he
net be seen to be appreciated. vlv'1(J reCollectlOn of It and
Miscellaneous. had a clipping of the story
, book.
SK room with bath. deUghtful ocatlon: ..j ta,(e ,t that you hay
h < per month. Telephone b ranklln 3670. ^ Bect,on fo). 80me t,mp
Borough of Itron*. your Interest in the Improve
marked as we continued wt
4ESTON AV., 241.' 5 room apartment and "Would you believe me.
foyer; all Improvements and phone, $110 i?_i? r ?.>? >i
Is. See superintendent or Mr. Brown, reflectively, when I say II
07 Broadway. as much at these giant It
PPER PART OK TWO FAMILY HOUSE as the man who Is makl
TO I.ET. visit to this great worlc
2830 I'.rlBE* av.. Bedford Park. N. Y. finance?
34 Webb Av.?Four rooms, all Improve- "I have been away from
merits, new house, $82; Jerome av. subway. town for many yeara and
>rilham station, four blocks west. head,ng for the Batlery,
Borough of Brooklyn. to meet some friends. I doc
south from Chambers strei
3AUTIFUL sunny apartment, Just com- ml?ht note the imnrovemer
pleted, 3 rooms, white tiled kitchen and nngnt note tne lmprovemer
ith; steam heat, electricity, parquetry, been made since 1 was last
lephone; entire floor private house; 10 tion. Well, sir, I have seei
Inutes from Wall st. both subways; imedlate
possession; adults; $123; For Greene | The Advent Of the Sk
ace. Phone Prospect 2004.
i\VBR 6 room apartment. Bushwick sec- "Wl\tn I left the city, folk
lion, In 2 family detached house; electric, tlrement from the real esta'
>t water heat, telephone; garage jpar.e; h0 continued, "the Woolwo
ferences; $100, Phone Evergreen 533o. ^ nQt be)Jn completed . th(
AltK SLOPE. nfcMor and basement to rent: b, Bulldlng had nol been
> rooms with heat; newly decorated. Tele
tone 3(183J South. Inquire 331 6th av. antl the Adams and Amerl
HREK rooms anrW private bath, electric, bui.dings. the Whitehall t
gas, h?*at Included; but?lne9? couple; Christ- dozens of other smu'ler !i
is; Clarendon road; $60. Phone Flatbush were future undertakings."
?8; ; The "Old Timer" would si
PPEU part of 2 family house, 5 rooms and ajjy {0 as^ jbe writer pari
^ si* Phone ^llVa^lelS from lO^oA cernlng some of the more r
room apartment; all Improvements; cor- u ' "Ks we PasB"
ier house. Bedford section. HOCHHOU8ER, Have you a very clear r<
8 Rogers av.. near Eastern Parkway, this part of the city durlr
tone Prospect 2138. days of your business cai
l.ong Island. quired.
"As clear as though -It
FOREST HILLS GARDENS. me," he replied.
Two Splendid new elevator buildings; 165 Continuing, the "Old Time
mil apartments; selections of 3 and 4 room . Mompthlno. of ? POinelden<
ltes, $1,320 per annum up; some with Ira- 18 someming ot a coincident
edl&te occupancy. Apply "The Gardens now on a mission similar t<
pt.," by statlhn, or phone Boulevard 6343. part In just forty years ago.
JYON L. C. EARLE, Agent, 280 West 86th j am meet are strangers
Y> Tel. Schuyler 83W. and want me t0 ?}10w thei
New Jersey. landmarks of lower Manha
?? - to brush up on my own Info
ANTED?By a New Wk family of four Battery Park, now the Aqua
and maids, furnished apartment for the there we walked tn the |.'ml
inths of Janunry. February, March; loca- ? , walked to tne lt,mi
in. between 42d st. and ROth st., Oth and a "?*,r hundred feet to the
xlngton avs. Please reply, statins price, later to Governor's Island
R 200 Herald, Herald square. tins across Battery Park, w
of New York's largest bui
ANTED?On Fas* Bide, 42d to 72d., four to t|.Pr>u -the Produce Fvehon
Ive months, high class furnished apart- n ,roduce Bxchan
n.t of two bedroms, preferably with two a* Whitehall, htone and Be;
tli rooms, sitting room, kitchen or kltch- thence to the Cotton Rxcha
ette. In first class elevator building. N over square, and the three pi
> Herald. 2*0 nroadway. landmarks of the section?tl
OUI,D exchange use of fully furnished cot- l!!?1'!!!'- "nitPl0'1'/"'15'.' th j
age at Far Hoekaway for furnished apart- i1}* *"e Battery ferry, and
*nt west side Manhattan for Xmas-New i House, recently razed to m
ars' period. Rltln, Everdell place, Far the new Cunard Building,
lekaway. ?
__________________________ florae Car Depot Near
ANTED?Neighborhood Washington and
Sreene avs., small furnished apartment; 11 '* interesting to note
hlet Dee. 1.1 to Jan. 15, or two furnished few feet off Broadway, on
oms, with meals. Tel. Prospect B4T3W. ban street side of the site
Unfurnished. occupied by the Custom I
stood the old South Ferry
)NU8 $35?Couple desire 3 room apartment, way depot, for In those da
rxerncom^;RTm^,--.,h0a,^; ,Ur"m ?' ?or* ? -".fled t
IVE or ,l? rooms. Improvements; $1.3 ^^tsn^hnrm.g0^,,
nonthlv; nice location. Write CHARI.KH, if* Important thoroughfares,
it Central Park Went. mania seised It some yeart
tDERN el* rooms, rental $1,000. Y 000 "We continued up Brondt
lerald, Herald sg. pointed out the great bui
,\ or seven room apartment, or part of marks of that day?Just o
house, In which to care for homeless an(j ?ix atorv buildings 1
lldren preparatory to placement In homes ,
adoption State Charities Aid Ae.ocla- Prominent merchants and t
m. 103 Ha?t 22d st. t??t period.
VO rooms, bath and kitchenette, west of ^a" Rtreet, although tl
I roadway and below 125th st.; maximum finance, hAdn't a single tf
st $1,200 per annum. Address UPLAND, that I can recall. The hu'
tor Bulova Co.. 2 John st.. New York. ch,ef,y of fhp brownMone ,
ANTED by young couple 4-5 rooms, un- _no, - #.?. - wh.rh .
rurnlshed, ell conveniences; references; not a rew or wrtlcn had t
n-$R<>. K 1,'liM Herald Harlem. ?* >' heen the homes of ok
ANTED 7 or * room ground floor apart- families. I could name dozi
mcnt. HOth to 100th St.. vicinity Went Knd lures tnat occuptca tnc I
references. L. A., 219 Herald, Herald *q. present giant office bulldlni
., - names would not mean any
URGE COURT REFORMS. average man of to-day.
"Lower Broadway, In thoi
sparer* Attack Crowded Ca.1- not so Interesting for Its li
_ . _ as for the character of t
endars and < nnrt Hoom*. attracted during business
At the last meeting of the Harlem congestion of to-day does
opertv Owners Association serious ,ha"
n ' . .. eighties, but the crowds wei
nslderatlon was given to the over- cosmopolitan character. A
owdrd conditions of some of the muni- nationalities were repres
pal courts of the city of New York, housewife, with her marke
. _ . . her arm. rubbed elbows wltl
Iters were sent to Aaron J Levy. ana brpkw> Now
we see o
osldent of the Board of Justices; nien and office workers.
ayor Hylan and the Appellate Division
% Tfi^ Trifflo .In nm n
aylng for relief. Suggestions were
.. . .. . , . _ _ . 1 "Vehicular traffic seemed
ado that the Judges who have short <hpn than u a<>p)| t0.<,ay^)
lenders In their own courts should be cause It moved so much i
islgned and be compelled to sit In the The tradesman's cart bee am
urts where the calendars are over-: w,,h the,c?rri^.*'".hanke
. , ...... . . . pers and traffic Jams ofte
owded, and that the court house In , R ha|f hour_ Th, ?catter,
e Jefferson Market be designated as cpntrf>? in iatcr years r
s overflow court to which the Judges ?|t,Iatlnn "
ay send cases to be tried and to which ?v th,? t,m# wp rf>hf
c judges who are not otherwise en-1 rnrk otanclng at his wat
ged should be assigned and compelled T|mer- an?i. <?|'Ve got t<
sit. The conditions being temporary. I now_my friends probably i
a Asportation bftllevti it should not be j . j you to caII <
cessary to elect new Judges or create tJ * and recount the c
,w courts, thereby causing additional , taken p)aCe In other
irdens to the already overtaxed prop- thp c?y ,,ur,nK my time."
ty owner. Before parting I arranged
r. .. . _ . . ment to bear from the tips
The United Beal Estate Owners' As- Tlmpr.. how th? mldtown
elation will hold a special meeting at VP, ' j Into a beehive of
* ?0^' Astor on December ? at 9 act|vlty?but that Is to be at
lock p. M. Presiding Justice Aaron
vy and Justice Kpiegclberg and many
her Justices will he present; also many queens Borough B?
ate Senators and Assemblymen from
w York city. The object of the meet- Halleran Agency sold In
g Is to consider amendments to the Clara P. Ia>wIs to John L
'.fins rent lews and to the charter plot, 51*175, on the south si
the rlty of New York. ell avenue, near Parsons
All those interested In real estate or Twlnboro Corporation to Ii
od government are Invited to be pres- the two family dwelling n
t. No admlss'on charge. Reserved Sixteenth street, 51*125; fo
at. can be obtained by phoning Worth leton to Mary Llnke the
97. dwelling at 14 Ash street, 6
* or
THE NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY,
VIEWS General Hines E
[YLINE
buii'llngs on | ?*??-" 1 1 i
k'hfar >. At I ivenuence ol tlati&ii iv'tiuiiaanc -c*.au <1,
spoke to the j Hines, U. S. A., from the Malba E'tatei Corporatic
flfikt'fl If he ftL. .r rtf Malkft Drivft n n f) Fourth avftnim
years ago?' ? ;?
lind, since It
hls the reformat]
::::::: a^village- def
, Judging by
ments," I re
liking south. a 1 . r"> /^v1 1 I
;athiemafvel Architect Rescues Old 1
riprovements s~-> . T"\
ng his nrst Grove Court, Once Fig
1 centre of 0
this part of for Mr. Average !
right now I
where I am _________________
;ldcd By W. P. DUDLEY. try as best they
et so that I ' ,, th ?pnerq;
its that had An architect once said, speaking of Wners. The s
In this sec- altering a house where a peculiar plar irecrlng up and
1 plenty. made the more usual schemes tmpossl- or looking out a
yscrnper. ble. that an obstacle once overcome oftei Place its first na
leaves a better result than one arrived ..... %rl_
t?T business at and "Krecabiy. It is probably Ml*
rfh Huiidiriir fro this standpoint that the worn o1 New York was
Fouit- restoration undertaken at Grove Court latlon shift'd an<
thnncht of" 1 's most of interest as it affects the prob- gave way to ship
ii%'nre?? 'em ?* t'1e ind v'^ual home builder. coming a settler
. ... ' , Now there are many kinds of home- shoremen. The:
suiKimg ana guilders jn New York Some can still boisterous lot, ar
riprovements jjiitld palaces?these do not concern us. the place a nam
Others can keep up well ordered houses, Alley." From tl
.op occasion- Qf soo{j 8jzf, in desirable situation, o sided into the cc
ticuiars con- j|Ve jn apartmentfi of varying degrees of phere grew less
nodern ottice p,xury arKj smartness. However, It Is vidual until at
. probable that there will always be well distinctive char
'collection or ordered houses of good size In desirsU4e name of Grove (
If r,e ?a, locations for those who want to pay for dependency of Gi
eer. 1 in- them, or luxurious and smart apartments. Thus It has a
cuto in u aiioaciiuuo in i? u emair, Alia . .
i?. i nrticularjy a specialist In local values, a{,apting 11 10 m(
eing trip in finds It worth while to f>ut his best time Impossible Wi
! Garden. In fJintj energy Into the development of a ?. f.. _
rlum. From property which offers homes of good 1 _
grant Dejiot. taste and attractiveness, but of moderate ''
! north, and co?t. The search for such qualities at , 1 ..
ferry. Cut- moderate cost is long and difficult, even ?,?j
e visited one |n oreenwich Village, and their reallza- 5/rn,.? ,ns' to tl
slness struc- tlon calls for a good Imagination, but. !?.,.nln_ ,n .v.,, i
ge Building. as has been said. It is surmounted ob- ... ? ^ hv b?
aver streets; 9tacles that often give the most Inter- Tb|8 -i
nge In Han- esting results. ?rmlt ir to that
rlnclpal hotel Qrove Court, picturesque In history, Is _ , (, Klf'v-si
le old Wash- to-day on first Inspection of doubtful j,,t?>ri'frr of a 'rhEtnStP??;v?n?
adaptabl'ity as a beauty spot. It began munUy garden,
trie aievens a meadow on the land granted by , (] t0 be attai
ake way for King George for the support of Trinity gmniir.r ppace, i
parish, called the Trinity Church Farm, conditions of the
IIron<1 ivh v whose cowpaths eventually rose to the tho materials av
dignity of city streets, and cows to the expense,
that Just a status of city planners. On the land thus Tbe bouses on
the White- lRld out the excellent Colonial buildings ^11 they needed
that Is now now Intact on Oiwvn street under the i?0j| uga themac!
louse, there disguise of a dark, muddy coat of paint, it is not too mu<
horse rail- were built with gardens In the rear, truth, at times g
ya little old doubtless suggestive of the garden a frog cannot t
0 have the gllmrses In the scenes of "Little Old New cow, nor a good
surface of York." Next another row appeared, val city house Ilk
The speed minus the decorative entablatures and or bungalow on
1 later. lead lighted doorways, and fronted by a can what was
vay while I little alley of Its own. In the narrow scheme of red I
ilness land- strip In the rear of the garden walls, dlelous proportlo
rdlnary five There In the simple days of the early proved by daub
ihat housed city pigs, like the cats of the present, tones dear to th
'Inanciers of used to roam at large, living on the coun- always distress!
le centre of ?????????????
ill structure ' A , rp
<zrmS5 bays Air 1 rans
it nn earlier ? J
Si Add Billion:
thing to the
?c days, was An hour Is still an hour, and there j within which pet
improvements ar? stm on|V twenty-four to the day, In the city mlgl
he crowd It but nevertheless the hour has expanded neighborhoods <
hours. The tremendously In the last century. In were added, and
not seem to 1020 an hour In terms of distance was "The limit no
was In the 9|x miles. Now It la sixty. To-morrow scant thirty, for
re of a more |t Wnt be 120 to U0 miles, according to In localities ser
" types slid c f. Redden, president of the Aero- road service; but
DECEMBER 5, 1920.
??- ? -
tavs Malba
'
tiuk on? tne bounu, k*. i., rtcenny purc!ut?ca ay (.
in. The property cover* a large plot overlooking
- /^v-v -r erected by some one who evli
f 1 r\| | ||?( somcth'ng about architecture
. \_/i V./I n Idle moment by some or
dently knew nothing: not e
| | * "I T I - to keep bis hands off. The si
' rH I II I Ive an Idea of how satisfa
vi?/ -I?' J. V?rf 1. houses can become with the
pie kind of treatment.
The row in the back offere
' J fienlty than that on the s
10US6S OO 'lalner and lacking the a
finish of ?the older houses.
' A 11/oar method of restrained resto
S /allCV* duced good results, howevei
* ened by the addition of si
V/f CJVI ways. Nevertheless, they ar
yidll loaded?even the solid shu
only on the first floor. It v.
sldered necessary for their fv
could, but still keeping tjflcatlon to go to the expe
neighborhood of their tt,n,f on tt"d /J*"000 ra,mP
Ig ,t of these anlmuia *B"?n of the Califoraa mlssl
I down the narrow way ?'hMr variety sorr
fw> ?s,fn u.AII(yht th? ber ^tock details, or both.
me "Phi's Alley a" theae overslSht8- thc b"
me, j? A probably make a presentable
ed Pigs With Ale. to the courtyard.
growing fast, the popu- Ho*v Change Was Brotiu
1 changed and live stock Th? Kar(Jen 8pace re80lved
pplng, the little alley be- pIy through the conditions
nent of old time long- jt Hi re It was not feasible,
se were a rough and Bav_ tf> hnv? nn
navo oeen justinea, ex- it would seem from thin tr
proved that It Is better very possible thing for our n
tain than destroy and moderate resources to 1
luty In a buIM;ng when able and attractive home In
idem renting conditions, city. In fact, his resource!
# crease by it rather than 1<
ken. pongid,,,.,, th?? enormously
ltectural problem came value of the property, or It
rt, and plans were made him actual return If he wis
itlon as a desirable IIv- part of his house. From
is decided to restore a point of view, this venture
i to the row on Grove monstrate the adaptability <
le houses In the court, buildings, under Intelligent it
and between them, now to beauty as well as profit
?k yards, as a garden what a feasible thing It Is.
tuatlon wns somewhat clent common sense, to give
existing at Turtle Bay, architecture half a chance t
econd street, where the a pig's alley into a very 11
ik was made Into a com- a place of real beauty.
except that an effect
ned In Grove court on Realty Jotting*
ind, on account of the
prospective owner and Negotiations have pract
ailable, at Infinitely less included for a deal tnvolvln
tant property In the automc
Grove street were easy. rl r tho "llf,"on "
was to be allowed to Amipe A Co. A. N.
Ives. In this connection are handling the matter, ha
;h to repeat the obvious to?. I80.1188 L ~ . .. .
Tossly disregarded, that William J. Byrnes Is the I
luccessfully look like a dwelling at 255 West Si
Colonial or Greek rcvl- street, sold recently.
:e an Elizabethan manor Other buyers of properties
the Wnbash. Neither are: No. 62 East 112th I
designed as a simple uel Ballenbergj who paid $
irick, relieved by a Ju- West 159th street, the Clol
n of white trim be lm- Corporation ; 217-219 East
Ing It up In the lurid enth street. St. Ann's Fteali
e amateur artist. It is tion ; 410 East Sixty-sixth st
ng to see a structure W. Knit.
portaJon Will
s to Realty Val
>ple with dally business , Highland Park or other aubi
it dwell. As suburban ( or thirty miles away. Th<
leveloped more trains teal estate of this new mod
up went values n.ain portatlon can be easily see
w for commuters Is a "There arc sceptics now ai
vy ui m\y niup^, fvrn i 1,1 l,,t" wva, wnen rial
ved by the beet rail- automobiles puffed feebly i
. a new means of trans- /" eminent hanker* consldf
ies surely to double or ford Insane because of his s
of residences and ndd that time, to tho effect that
al estate value of what o build 10.000 automobiles,
d throughout the eoun- "There are also a Rood n
g problem, too. will no '?t* who are preparing thri
jlem, and the effect on country to profit by the ne
Ing and health of the things aerial transportation
as marked as that jp to us. Here In the Bast
motor during .the past men prominent In finance a
have had their "baptism of t
allroads and tho motor have commuted from New Y
e hour from six miles country homes 100 or 200 i
with Its consequent In- They are convinced that t
alues lying within the ,tTlal transportation affords
is of metropolitan cen- bents Is safe and practicable,
1 aeroplanes and flying i(nK nB you fly over water a
e residential and sub- an(i 8ftfe landing place Is al
om sixty miles to two abi?.
ind change real estate
. - Air Tran sport at Ion Boo
ive summer homes at
pe Cod and the enstern "Aerial transportation cor
Island, who now can ,]r,.Bdy being organised thr
? only at their country (ountry to operate flying boi
of the present slow , ?nuer, freight and mall ca
sportatlon, may In an- po8<>l) Th|8 type of tran8p0r
;wo commute dally hy ftliiny advantages aside fron
Ing moat, because thev comfort anrt ^fety of the
(stance In one-third or Tf) ,,gtftbHsh quick aerial tri
the time now required ,w,(#n two potntf, lt )8 m,
'n?.rrIf. lo expend years In survevlni
none of the heat, duct j noj, to jnv#ij foT unes Ir
nd travel. - - - ?? - -?
' > mi*, s, terminals, *e? , i
in Mile* Into ino. " the American public mva
safety nnd charm of air t
* men In Chtcairn will wl'1 be a network of nlr
dlatrlct In Wisconsin ryin* business men 100
Michigan to some of the country to their lumm- r
i In Michigan, 100 or ISO h cities In as many houri
shout the nme time '"Portln* the product a of
ulred to commute from require* day*.''
/
?a -
COUNTRY BOABD.
" * * ^ Lone Islund.
"*!'*HHX,nPT L. I. mtiunn from Perm
Station)?Large, furnished, warm and sunny
fi lie High! >' e Keeping). ??. minute from
Mm ft-/'. .. I. R. R. Station. Mr. CAMPBELL, 22 d
and 14th a'. Phone Plu-'Mnj 084J-.
iELlOHTKWL country life, children given
durational advantage* and Very best care,
fined ?urroundlngs. Kor rat** phoiir
ItOUflLAS MANOR HOTEL, Pougla ton. !..
. I., In a park overlooking water: double and
Ingle rooms:. American plan; 22 minute*
nin station. B?y?1<ie t!2.'l.
HE PINES. Hempstead. L. I.?Beautifully
situated, near Harden City; best accoinmodutlons;
room* single or en suite, excellent
table and service; booklet. Phone HempStaten
Island.
! "OUT VILLA?Two large double rooms,
team hmt, electricity; rates moderate: ex
llent rttl Ine; available now. Tflophom
lOon Tompltlnrellle.
CEAN VILLA, Arrochar, 8. I.?Open *H
year, 0 mlii'Vcn Wall >* , 3 minute* tialti
ind trolley spacious grounds . garage . room*
autifully furnished, steam heat, 1 r.t water,
. ipen fireplaces; excellent nu als. *i?s lal
| ift'e* for families; btautlful View of lower
I bay. Telephone Tcmpkinsvllle 2207. J. G.
4 I ATrmtsoN
sen. t rank
-l c j WADSWORTH HAI.L, Arrochar, 8. I.-An
the Sound all year, <'. Ughtful winter home, a< ccsnl'de
for commuters; good table and nttendauce;
2 minute* to train or trolley 40 mln
.. ?? utes to N. Y. city. Tel. Tompklnsvllle f.73
dently knew ... ;
. defaced In Westchester.
le who *vl- _
ven enough 228 AJorllss av , Pelham Heights, N. Y.
ketch should For discriminating ptopi, . small, exclusive
ictorv these apartment hotel suites, one, two rooms,
.Im oath, exceptional table. 30 minutes Grand
most sim , t.ntra|; ono and a httlf blocks from staton
Phone 21 I'M.
:d more d f- r KOXAHD cottage. Mount Vernon, N. Y.,
treet, being 2 minutes* walk from N. Y., New Haven
rchltectura! tatlon, rooms and board, excellent table
mi,? ,,,? fine accommodations, central location 13".
1 , ' same pro.-r>,,,.t av, phone 3811 Mount Vernon.'
ration pro- Rot KLAND MANOR, Rockland ave., Mamar,
strength- roneck.?Ideal winter home, electricity, hot
mplt door- water heating and baths, excellent table,
e not over- own cows and chickens, garage, adjoining
nigh school: good commuting distance. I'hoin
occur (W:> Mamaroneck.
as not con
rther beau- rockledc.e manor hotel,
nse or put- 124 Bruce av.?A few deferable rooms open
arts In Iml- fo; engagement. Yonkers 3344.
on style, or
le half tlm- RIVERSIDE REST SANATORIUM, for p. r
In unite nf *ons suffering from nervous breakdown,
itd'r.cle ..rn Invalids and aged. 292 Rlverdale av., Yonkitdlngs
wfll er, pho,,,. 4017
! south wall
SANITARIUM. White Plains, N. Y.?Attractive
accommodations for chronic and
jht Abont. nervous patients, nurses In attendance; rates
reasonable. Address SUPERINTENDENT,
I Itself slm- ?0 Hamilton av. Phone 241.
Imposed on
as at Tur- TWO large, well heated rooms; also single
rate system room; three minutes from two stations.
iL,, residential section: best home cooking: rea
. sonable. 120 Blckles av., New Rochelle,
Itself. It n. Y. Phone 3500-J.
nto as little _________________________
rk as possl- Now Vorh>
as a plan ____
ally carried
children's home; unlike INSTfTU
after ellmi- tion; AWAY krom CITY DANGERS;
i oi,?ho?.?L beautiful surroundings: I'At'py,
I outhouses, healthy children NUi FAR OUT;
paved en- MOTHER's CAKE; BREATH'NG EXEilice.
to piece CIRER; TKAIN'NG OF TEMPER: PROPER
ourf rwu, uaiiu. iji?. ?rtioi,
k and stone VALLEV COTTAGK- N- Yrear
houses MAPLEnnRST A -m. Crotoo Falls, N. if.,
lent, lie re- phone 27 ? Build yourself up In th" country;
ind shaded all luptovon.* ta; $18; heat
igth of the j(e,r jer?ej.
treating fea
I, to get the COMFORT/ BLE room buslne-s people:
ow of trees easy <ominu>ln|, references. Telephone
have grea' Leonia 651J.
rather than
rear houses HILLSIDE HOUSE,
i ri .i, Caldw*ll, N. J., open all year round; no sick
aerine the people. For rates apply to above. Phone
f buildings, Caldwell, 364. Christian,
court was ________________________
inged with
covered nr. MONTCLAIH?'Two gentlemen paying guests;
H ?ji . refined family; near station; twin beds;
na. sau to exceptionally large room. 128 Claremont av.
i the doors 4S."5?M.
Ing up the NERVOUS MENTAL CONDITIONS.
>rt of stone Special facilities for treating and curing
th? nrhor such cases; also for AGED PEOPLE.
' #? CHRONI8 INVALIDS, with weakened menlb
to sorten lallty. requiring more attention than can
is attained bu given at home, we offer a pleasant,
illy no up- cheerful sanatorium; large modern house,
to nnv In spacious grounds, automobile, wheel chairs,
any in- attentive nurses, experienced physician,
certain se- UNVVOOn LODGE, ENGLEWOOD. N. J
of flowers. ROSE CITY INN, Madison. N. J. (45 minutes
to New York) ; most handsome dwrlllat
It was a ln vicinity; delightful winter home, with
rnn nt in.t. beautiful country surroundings; excellent
1 taste home cooking; fresh farm products; modern
lave a BUIt- conveniences; 00 trains dally; accommodate
i New York 1*1; reasonable.
I would In- YOUNC. couple, owning fine old mansion
tsaen If he w,,h a" modern conveniences, spacious
i grounds, verandas, Ac., Is desirous of secur
a-n<ii<riri>> ,nlt permanent guests on strictly Kurowouitl
Jfive pt-an basis; large, sunny room*, with runhed
to rent nlng hot and cold water; excellent food, prethe
Artistic Pared by fronch chef; table supplied froin
should do our own Itmu 8 minutes' walk to D., L. A
, ,j W. station; beat rommutatlon to New York
>1 our older rlty; prices conalitent. Addreae 192 Main at.,
lanagement, Madlaon. N. J.
' ?,rV' "how Connecticut.
with suffl
our Colonial GREENWICH INN LODGE (Round Reach,
o transform Conn.)?Runny steam heated rooma, with or
vablo nlnca Without bathe; excellent menu; 50 minutes
' from New York; golf. saddle horses, fishing;
reasonable rates.
(i MOTHER and daughter will share attractive
home, 50 minutes out of New York city, In
Ically been b(>"t residential section of Stamford, with
? ?I~. business gentleman or couple appreciating
K an impor- ?ftme Write P. O. box 503 or phone 27(10
bile service Stamford, Conn
Iver. L. J. NEW CANAAN. Conn. iThe Ardsley)Open
:erman, who all the year. room*, with and without bath.
1VC declined rhone 292. Mr*. JOHN 8ILL.IMAN.
>uyer of the BOARDERS WANTED.
eventy-thlrd
RIVERSIDE DRIVE, 320 (corner 104th st.)sold
recent- Southern expo euro every room; prlvute
ttreet. Sam- bath *Lnrt telephone; elevator; Hunxarlan
t>? nnn . sen chef; refined Hebrew social surroundings.
5-? Mrs. IDA MARKS.
ter Realty
Nlnety-aev- yoiTNO woman wishes to board and care
ty Corpora- ohlld 3 years or over; good, comfortable
reel, Henry home and motherly care, ltox 73. 1508 2d av.
72D, ill!) W.?Double room with bath; excellent
table; business gentlemen.
82D, 5 W , apt. 2?Newly furnished room
with excellent board, modern conveniences
and references.
ITTTH, 500 W.?Board and large room, with
running water; private family; |25 a week;
gentlemen. Apt. 2C.
122D, 152 W.?1Comfortable furnished rooms;
electricity; excellent table; business people;
1 ipC| J?wUh
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED.
irh* ' DRIOHT. COMFORTABLE room for elderly
ji u> iwrnij |nvft|)rt ?n(g attendant; convenient loca?
errect on t|f,n g< goo J), raid, Herald *q.
Ie of trana- ~
"thore ward FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
Iculoua little ?
tloni;, when 1 Baet fide.
red Henry
utcmont "? WIDOW, atone, will rent to bti*tne*a woman
?ni, ai Very nice room; up to date apartment,
he Intended Telephone 1121 Plaza: NO ATTENTION
PAID TO CALLERS.
inny optlm- 30TH ST.. UO Ra?l?Large and email room*
suphout the: for gentlemen.
iw order of 321) ST., 110 K.?Parlor, bedroom, eon1
will open! neoted; electricity, eteam, all convenience*,
hundred* of I ZiLLL
nd inri,,.!,., I'Tll ST.. 137 Ka?t? Alcove bedroom and
a innuairy 1 ggvgn> room, bath, electricity, atcam heat.
" air nnoj phone, 2 bu*lne?* people; reference,
ork to their 1K)TM HT ,12 i.-Wnalc room, private fammile*
away ny; proton MITCHELL. ..
he kind of or.TH, U.'l Ka?t.?Two comfortable! clean,
id by flying! trlght room*, (round floor;Vall converthecanee
I lenoe*, ChrUtlan. bii*lne*? people only; per1
. manent. Phone Lenox MW), aubway With
convenient Lexington av.
way* avail- ,yHT,, 24", Eart.-Heautlful room, ail ccnvenlenoe*;
eultahle two gentlemen or bu*lne??
couple. Ptione Harlem "7*W.
nnmlral. g|d?.
npanlea are ATTRACTIVELY furnlahed room, adjoining
rtughout the hath, 2 window* facing Proad?a> ; no other
ftta for paa- rncm?r?; reacnnahl*. 132 W. 171"t.. npt if.
rrying pur- ATTRACTIVE bachelor *ulte; adiotnlng
tatlon offera ''f"1 epartment private family, Wendorf,
1 the apeed. -n:!- *' ?
ATTRACTIVE 3 room*, bath, kitchen: *tngly
'n *ulta; reference*. PBAHKALL. 22rt
tnaportatton w**t ll?th.
'1 nnoAt.WAY. 273* Tloitir St. L?Well for"
* ?nu Rinu* numca room mr i 01 - ifni'n mi*
? road b#vl*. provHiwnt*; 1034 *t. *ubwajr, MKMCK
ind h m soon MM a.
kon* to the BfBINKHS wnmtn > an rrn; attract Ivr room
ravel there in hu?in?^? wom*n'? w?i KMr apartment.
Ilnoa ear- modrratr Canal 4?flP. from f>-*.. * ' h rtaj-?
mllM Intn CtWvKNT AV? 4PI et.i Iterirnnm and
homo* and parlor. mittaMe for two. Mtrh.n f.rtv!l. i:
borne* and
' no.w t. PXnK WRST. "nmfort * >!< room
the farm to ?r>r bunlneaa laily; reasonable, Columbia
1874.
exclusive, attractively furnished large
room, bath, faring river: bus passes door;
near subway. business man only; reference*.
Apartment
RIVERSIDE DRIVE, 348.?Nice warm furnished
room In private family: running
> a*, r III. Apartment ;d.
RIVERSIDE DRIVE. * I ? Dartre. sunny,
fron ioom, handsomely furnish, cl. adjoining
bath: private house. gentleman only.
' t dnbon 440*.
TWO unusually desirable rooms, with or
without private bnth; all conveniences; prl
vatc family: suitable for couple or ladles;
r- ferences xehanpetl. K 89 Herald, Her, tq.
WANTED, ivfliud young nu-lness woman
with refer, nces, for single room, prlvato
lome, near We t 103d xt. subway. JtlvcrIde
bus and R'way surface. Phone Acad'my
1033.
WEST END AV. 4."..". (near 7IUh subway*?
Attractive, sunny room, eultablu for two;
also smaller room: both adjoining bath;
moderate rental Schuyler SOI.'i.
WEST END. 111".?Unusually Iri-ro mahog
any- reionm lurr.i-neu room, pri at', oatn.
one flight: modem exclusive home. Wvaritile
r.'ittl.
WEST END AV. (HIth).-Exclusive, finely
furnished, large room, adjoining bath: couple
or 2 B?ntl?'tii. u. Teh phone Schuyler 8607.
WFRT SOX ?1 K-ge, sunny, front room, well
furnished, for business person. Schuyler
:'2fl0
WEST KNI> AV., !l.;i;-!,a-ge. warm room,
running water All!. MctjUI'EN.
WEST END AV. (00th).?Very attractive,
light rooms, elevator. Rl orrlde 2035
51 H. 100 WEST illalclgh liall).?A residence
fo. men; attractively furnished rooms,
with at..I without hatha or showers; writing,
smckli.g, lounge, billiard rooma.
"Til A V., 12.'id St.?Lnrge front room; also
urns her room: conveniences; reasonable.
Mornlryslde 7250.
11TH ST., 133 West.?Well furnished room.
In private npartment: elevator: breakfast
optlo'ol: gentleman preferred: references re
quired. cal' Monday. apartment 3 east.
1'H ST., 3d Wf !.?Single or suites of two
room.?, adjoining hath! electricity, steam
1) nt. telephone . in iin-Hate possession.
50TH ST. W. (near 6th av.).?2 or 3 bachelor
,an liav, whole floor, consisting of
3 large room:;, each room with private
bath; beautiful residence. 'Phone Circle
323.
"STH ST., 338 W.? Large front parlor and
bedroom; suitable 2. Columbus r,3<12.
71ST ST.. 63 WEST.?Elegantly furnished
rooms, rlnglo or en suite; one ultra-boautlful
noaitment. with bath, suitable for physician.
"1ST ST.. 342 West (overlooking Hudson).?
I Artist! ally furnished, large front room;
lano. h UN AT.
71ST ST , 3411 West.?Attractive rooms, ar_
"stically furnished. A partment 2E.
73D ST., W.?Large, attractive front roota
tind bath; gentlemen only; steam, electrlc|
Ity: private house. 1 'lione Columbus 32*7.
73n. 231 W.?Front parlor, modern coovenj
lenecea; references.
74TH. 103 W.?I.arge, medium room, southern
exposure ; H.-leet hou-e; reference.
74T1I, 23 W.?Elegantly furnished single and
large rooms; private baths. WHKRLER.
74TM ST.. 130 WEST?Large room, twin
beds electricity: phone; gentlemen.
73TH ST., llfiW. -Large unrl medium rooms;
electricity, steam heat; permanent, gentlemen.
7GTH. 101 WEST?Medium, large, clean,
comfortable, all Improvements; gentlemen;
references. OOS8.
7tlTH ST. lit; WEST?Large rooms; twin
bids: electricity, phone $1 -'-114.
77TH ST 338 West (corner Riverside Drive)
?One room, extra large, with private bath;
elegantly furnished; available for two. ApP'y
superintendent.
77T11 St7. 50 W?st ((Manhattan Sq. Hotel).?
Sublet two rooms, bath; wonderful for
tachelora; $123 monthly; maid service. Phone
mornings. Schuyler 2300. Apt. 73.
77TH, 123 W ?Hrlght, sunny, warm, double
rooms, near bath: reas,.cable; reference.
78TH, 23d W.?Proper liou-e for proper people.
one large room, steam heat, electricity,
running water, southern exposure.
70TH W?Fleautlful, liiye bedroom for
bachelor; exclusive private house; no otlier
lodgers. Schuyler 8?8)1. 811TH,
131 W.?comfortal I) furnished front
parlor, connecting bedroom; reference;
gintleman. AN'TOINE.
(ST) ST.. 1.3 W.?Attractive light front room;
refined, quiet home. references.
S3D ST.?Nicely furnished room and bath.
small American family: breakfast and dinner
If desired; beautiful Pica; ion, near
Iirlve; $40 week. Schuyler 4323.
8'iTlI, 110 W.-Llvlng room and bedroom;
private family: steam heat; suitable two
gentlemen or couple; references required.
(iKVKIt. B-huyter" -MW7.
: 84TH, 1 r.2 W.?I'artor and bedroom, adjoining
bath; phone, electricity, steam. JOHNSON.
8."
T11. 840 W ?Exclusive furnished room,
private la\atory: no other roomers; buslft"
Schuyler r>*4C>.
fir,Til ST.. l.'ifi W.?Large rooms; dressing
rt>om; newly furnished; eleotrlclty; prlvata
I residence.
: 83Tli~ST7 33-"West -Attractive large suits,
I In private apartment. use of Kitchen.
Apartment 6
I 8"TH, 305 West.?Large room, adjoining ft
' bath; steam| electricity: private house. 11*.
' 8'TH. 263 W.?Luxurious double room with
I bath, 12.1: reft rences. ? j
MTH ST. 12.84*, Broadway).?Largs furnished
or jnfurnlshed rooms; all conven;
lences; reasonable. Mt'LLER. apartment
68, Schuyler "HI ___
SiiTH. Flit) W. ?Exceptionally attractive room.
steam heat, electric light, shower bath{
home u1 tn ;<> , of private family.
87TH, 21 West.?Large front room, 3 windows,
well heated . near bath. m
8PTH., 74 WEST ?< ONNECTINO ROOMS.
PRIVATE AI T REFERENCES. RIVERBILE
4038. MISS SMITH.
DBTH, foi W? Nicely furnished 3 roora
1 suite, modern conveniences; private family
JOHNS-'N. 62*7 River.
! 021 W. (near Central i'arkl?4th floor, apt.
E. pleasant light rooms, all convenient es, i
for respectable -Ingle man or woman. Phone
Riverside 1036 ___________________ 4
D2D, 6." West ??'ne, two rooms, newly toe "
rated, tip to date; electricity, phone, run- 4
nlrig water; private house, gentlemen. J
no, 2** W ("tractive suits, :i rooms; . 9
piano, fine location; beet references. Cnl'.
after 12, 4th floor, west. j | tPj
S2D BT, 287 W.?Rooms, running water/ ( 1
ooklng; business peopl or gentlemnn; references
__
82IJ. 61 W-n<ailtlful room, private balks.
twin beds electricity: newly furnished, u
D31> ST.. J*"w.-Mlcely furnished room Gil
private family, running water, electron
light. st?s?n eat Rlvereld* 4Mtc Oentlem
an jo HNBTQNB.
?.1f) HT. Ifl7? West End a v.)?Two elegantly
furnished rooms, lath adjoining; exclusive;
business e.mpie rt gentlemen: electricity.
F" '~ l \V W-11 heated 'am rooms;

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