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TRADE PICKING UP
IN NEW ENGLAND
Boot and Shoe Industry Fares
Much Better Than Was
Kecent Expectation.
Special Despatch to Tim New Vo*k Herald.
Boston, Feb 2S.?The month closes
with ?he general feeling in boot and
shoo circles throughout New England far
better than any one would have dared
predict a iew weeks ago. Trade Is look
ing up In all quarters. Manufacturers
are very busy, and while their plants are
not running at capacity many of them
are on full time. Haverhill, which has
been one of the blackest spot* on the shoe
manufacturing map, has fully 10.000 of 1
Its 13.000 shoe hands working.
Just now practically all the orders In
hand and coming In are for the Easter
trade Summer orders hav* not as yet
assumed any particular volume, al
though ?rith the present feeling In the
?jrado there is every expectation of good
business in summer goods. The recant
touch of winter, with ltd consequent de
mand for winter shoes, rubber* and over
shoes, while not making up for the lack
of trade caused by the absnnco of regu
lar winter woather, .las, n?verthsloss,
deve'oprd quite a business In those lines
Just when the retailer had made up his
miivd he would have to carry his stock
over to next winter.
Another encouraging feature to the re
taller Is the apparent stiffening of prices.
Where a short time ago It was neces
sary to slash prices right and left to
start buying, to-day the buyer Is not so
insistent on low prices as he is on the
quality of the goods, having apparently
arrived at the conclusion that the slash
ing process carried prices to the lowest
level.
Still another favorable factor is the
Interest taken in the new spring styles.
Inquiries show that the buying public
has become satisfied that shoe prices
have touched rock bottom and that now
is the time to stock up. In stocking
up it wants to be up to date and the
new spring styles are up to date in every
particular.
Hie leading styles will bo strap
pumps, oxfords and satin pumps, with
the lead conceded to the strap styles.
DIRECT WIRELESS TO
POLAND IS PLANNED
A radio station is shortly to be erected
in Warsaw, Poland, to make possible
direct wireless communication with this
country, It was announced yesterday.
A contract, involving a payment of
more than J 1,000.000, has been signed
by the Polish Government and the Radio
Corporation of America. Hipolit Gliwic,
commercial counsellor of tho Polish
Legation, isald in explaining the
projected station:
"At present commercial cable commu
nications handled by relays through
France, England or Germany have es
tablished an arbitrary distance of four
or five days between Poland and tho
United States, from which both countries
have suffered. The American radio sta
tion will remove this distance, providing
direct and Instant communication be
tween the two countries. Commercial
relations, which depend to a large de
gree on the ease of communication, are
bound to be benefited."
The Warsaw stntion will consist of
twelve 400 foot steel towers and two
Alexanderson machines, making posei
ble high speed transmission and recep
tion. The stntion will bo able to trans
mit 200 words a minute.
MAGNETO EARNINGS *045,700.
The American Bosch Magneto Corpo
ration report? for the year ended Decem
ber 31, 1920, a net Income, after charges
and Feneral taxes, of 1945.700, which Is
equivalent to 19.45 a share earned on
the 100,000 shares of capital stock out
standing. That compares with 1921 ,?63 in
the preceding year. Profits for 1920 to
talled $1,596,9(2 and tax reserves $126,089.
For adjustment of Inventories $524,173
was written off and dividends of $380,000
were paid on the capital stock, leaving
a balance for surplus of $6T>,700. In the
preceding year the balance transferred
to surplua after the payment of divi
dends was $501,963.
EARNS $23.78 A SHARE.
The Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company re
ports for the year ended December SI,
1830, net Income after Interest, depreci
ation. inventory reduction an* ^'V'-al
taxes amounting to $945,793, or $23.78 a
share on tne common a..c. u.v,
dends on the preferred and 1120,000 set
aside for redemption of the second pre
ferred. Last year's earning* amounted
to $70.06 a share. First preferred dlvl
dends a iterated $31G|,229 and second
preferred dividends $140,000, leaving a
surplus for the year of $336,564.
EARNINGS OP 56 PER CENT.
The United Profit Sharing Corporation
in 1920 earned, after charges, but before
taxes, 1240,022. or 14 cents a ?*ar-? op the
outstanding capital stock or X cents par
value. That Is equivalent to 56 per cent,
on the stock and compares with 99.2 per
cent, earned In the preceding year. Net
profits for 1920 nggresatrd $240,022,
against $407,130 In the previous year,
while dividends totalled $40,954. compared
with *122,P81. The surplus for the year
waa $lfafl,068 and the total profit and loss
surplus $468,963, subject to Federal taxes
for 1930.
TN THE AUCTION ROOM.
114 VESEY STREET ]
By Jneeph P. Day.
tilth st, 827 E. n a, 258.6 w 1st av,
tVxlOO.ll, 6 story tenement and atnra;
Alfred P Hlnton ?>t al ?R*ln.?t Loulea Lom
bard oast et al: Everett, Clarke A Rcnedt<*t,
attys: dm, $21,778.28; to the plaintiff for
#18,000.
228d *t, E. n ? oor Byron av, 82*100; John
C Adam. truj?, against Marten ret I Chapman
et al: Lamont McLaughlin, atty; due,
$1,874.(1?; ta*ee. 4kc. <1,808.91; to the plain
tiff for $100.
By Lincoln Pelde Co.
9th at, nl W, e ?, 202.7 o flth av, 24.11*
W.tl; Daniel F Fnrroll a**: ,*t TV Enr-be*
Morgan, admr; Jainea P M. Man us, atty:
due. $18,026.71; taxes, Ac, <82fl; to John C
C< mell, understood to hr representing de
fendant Inttrent*) for <20,000.
NOTES AND GOSSIP
Lancashire Apartments Are
Bought by Operators; Schuy
ler Arms Changes Hands.
The Benenson Realty Company haa
purchased from Harry B. James, rep
resented by Gilbert ft Gilbert, attor
neys, the Lancashire, an eight story
apartment house at 351 to 355 West
Eighty-fifth street, on a plot 75x102.3.
The structure was held at 1300.000. The
Lancashire returns an annual rental of
approximately $42,000. Mr. James pur
chased the property last July from Low
enfeld & Prager.
I. N. P. Stokes Buy* 3 Dwelling?.
I. N. Phelps Stokes has purchased
through Leon S. Altmayer from Eliza
beth M. Van Winkle, Grace L. Van Win
kle, Mary Starr Van Winkle. Edgar B.
Van Winkle, Jr., and William Mitchell
Van Winkle the three Ave story resi
dences at 113. 115 and 117 East Seven
tieth street, near "*
property was held at $180,000. It Is
free of mortgage and was sold by Mr.
Altmayer for all cash.
The purchaser will alter the buildings
into American basement houses, with
passenger elevators. It la one of the
finest residential blocks on the east side.
Other owners there include Thomas \ .
Lamont, Percy R. Pyne. William H.
Barnum and Maria L. G. 8. Auchincloss.
The Van Winkle property has not
changed hands sinca 1879.
Schuyler Arras Chan*e? Owners.
Change of control In the Schuyler
Arms, an eight story structure at 305
311 West Ninety-eighth street, is in
dicated by the formation last "week of
the Ninety-eighth Street Hotel Com
pany with a capital of *J00j?00' an*?
A M. Williams, Arthur B. King and
Daniel V. Sullivan as directors The
structure stands on a plot 120xl00.lL
adiolnlng the northwest corner of West
End avenue, and title is held by Thomas
M. Thompson of Philadelphia.
Clothiers In ?T50,000 Lease.
Wallach Brothers have leased for
twenty-one years a store and basemen
and two floors above in the Canadian
Pacific Building on Madison avenue, be
tween Forty-third and F?rty-fourth
street, through Peaae*
lessees, who have conducted a clothing
and haberdashery business at 9 East
Forty-fourth street for several year^.
will take possession of their new quar
ters on May 1. They will pay an aggre
gate rental of $750,000. Cushman&
Wakefield, agents, represented the Madi
son Avenue Offices, Inc.. owners of the
Canadian Pacific Building.
Bnstnens Properties Sold.
Frederick Brown sold to the Universal
Paper Company for OCCU!^ncty_, ,
Broadway, with an "L" to 30 East Lis -
teenth street, surrounding the southeast
corner, two four story buildings, 25x99.
3x34.4x25. A. I. Sadey was the brol.er
in the transaction. The buyers are now
located on Union square.
William A. White & Sons, and J. N.
Kalley sold for Josephine Alger to
George H. Stege the four story building.
25x74 9. at-366 Washington street, north
west corner of North Moore street The
purchaser will alter the premises.
Joel M. Marx resold to the fe. & i
Building Company (Slegel *
old buildings at the northeast corner of
Broadway and 126th street. 115.9x55x
irregular, for improvement with an auto
mobile building.
Samuel Kilpatrick resold to John H
Dav 542 Hudson street, a five ?tory loft,
4 0x26, with an "L," to 107 Charles
street, 26.10x22.1.
Other ?eals In Manhattan.
David Lamb sold to Dnvid T. Lay
man, Jr., the two dwellings at 142 and
144 East Fifty-seventh street, and also
leaeed the pr perty to Mrs. E"J?tt Bue.,
an interior decorator, who will remodel
the buildings to meet the requirements
of her business.
Isaac Kalry purchased from I. Monte
fiore Levy, attorney. 60 Allen street, a
five story flat and two basement stores,
2Sx87.6. . _
Kitz Howell resold for Susan L
Fletcher the three story dwelling. 221
West 130th street. 18.9x99.il. to Thomas
H. Marsh. _ _
D. H. Scully & Co. sold for Ella W.
Schaub the three story dwelling at 69
East 130th street, 16.8x100.
Mulvihil! & Co. sol'l for American
Mortgage Company the five story tene
ment. 25x100, at 19C# Third avouis. near
106th Btreet, to Peter and Mary Marino.
Deals Revealed In Transfers.
A. F. Brombacher A Co., tenants in
31 Fulton street, purchased from Charles
E. Osborne and others the adj-,lr>lier
five story building at S3 and 33A Ful
ton street. 39x37.2x Irregular.
Henry Deutaeh, Jr., sold to France!"
Melchncr the Ave story flat at 160 West
Sixty-fourth street, 33.4x100.5.
The Farmers' I,oan and Trust Com
r>any sold for >12,500 to the Donald
Holding Company the three story dwell
ing at 426 Lenox avenue, near 131ct
street, 16.6x86.
Form IT?w Architectural Firm.
Leonard Schultse and 8. Fullerton
Weaver, C. E., have formed a partner
ship for the practice of architecture
under the firm name of Schultze A
Weaver, and have leaded, through
Douglas L. Elllman & Co., the entire
seventh floor of the Elllman Building.
17 East Forty-ninth street.
Leonard Schultie has been associated
for the lest twenty-two years with the
firm of Warren A Wetmore. architects,
and S Fullerton Weaver, C. E.. has
erected and owned many of the most
prominent apartment houses on Park
avenue and has been largely Instru
mental In the development of that sec
tion.
ART SALES. I ART SALES.
57TH STREET
j ART GALLERIES, INC.,
1 33 West 57th Street
i Alfred F. Gusweller, President
SALE THIS DAY
I A mcst important sale of a Collection of American and Eng
- lish Furniture, Silver, China, Lacquers, Paintings, etc., includ
| ing part of the Estate of the late
| WILLIAM ALLEN,
? of Cleromont on the James, Surrey Co., Virginia.
IT Sale Thursday,Friday&
| Saturday, March 3a#,
1 -h nriri Slh, 2-30 rUily
L. ? ? ? ? ? mmmm mmm mmm mmmm mmm mmm mmj
$650,000 LEASE ON SEVENTH AV.
Broker* Lease Store and Basement
(or 31 Years to Central Drug Co.
Wm. A. White & Sons leased to the
Central Drug Company, Franklin ICallm
of the Gray Drug Company, president,
and N. Wax, treasurer, the entire store
and basement in the twelve story Bob
ertson-Cole Building, at the northeast
corner of Seventh avenue and Forty
eighth street, for twenty-one years, at
an aggregate rental of $650,000. L.
Btloon Company were associated with
Wm. A. White ft Sons is brokeru in
the transaction. The building, which
has Just been completed, will be occu
pied in part by the owners, the Robert
son-Cole Company. The Central Drug
Company will open as a high class drug
store on May 1.
MISCELLANEOUS LEASES.
Edward Week & Son, cutlery, hare
leased a store in 50 East Forty-second
street for a term of years, at an aggre
gate rental of about <125,000. Cushman
& Wakefield, Inc.. were the brokers.
Wm. A. White & Sons leased of
fice In 100 Hudson street to the Kaffee
Has Corporation ; also In 06 Pine street
to H. A. Watson ft Co. and In 50 Broad
street to Saul C. Mayer, and with the
Brown, Wheelock Company offices In
?13 Exchange: place to H. P. Goldschmldt
& Co. and to the Registrar and Trans
fer Company an entire floor In 5 and 7
Dey street
Loton H. Slawson Company leased a
store in 24 East Twenty-second street
to Joe Cohen and the second floor In 5
East Fortieth street to the Savoy Shirt
Company.
Butler ft Baldwin, Inc.. leased to Mai
son E. H. Glass. Importer, store and
basement In 15 East Forty-seventh
street, at an aggregate rental of $150,
000 ; also to Frank Kramer, tailor, space
In the sixth floor of 14 East Forty-sixth
street
F. & G. Pflomm rented store In 121
West Thirty-third street to the Texoleum
Company, Inc., for five years, at an
aggregate rental of about $50,000, and
first loft In 239 West Thirty-fifth street
to Sidney P. Judson.
Charles F. Noyes Company leased the
store in 78 and 80 Murray street to
Charles Moser Company, store In 34
Washington street to F. ft J. Meyer, the
fifth floor in 541 Pearl street to the
Coppage Printing and Loose Leaf Com
pany, second floor in 542 Pearl street
to W. L. Clark Company, and a large
portion of the fifth floor In 170 Broad
way to Arthur Sllberfeld.
J. Arthur Fischer leased for M. Lub
kln' the store In 262 Seventh avenue,
northwest corner of Twenty-fifth street
to J. Newman, men's clothing; also an
office In 755 Sixth avenue, corner of
Forty-third street, to Benjamin ft Ben
jamin, employment agency.
D. H. Scully & Co. leased store and
basement In 58 East 125th street to the
Berger Clothing Company for ten years
at a gross rental of about $40,000.
RESIDENTIAL LEASES.
Carrol Walnwrlght, eon-in-law of
George J. Gould, and L. Suffern Taller
have rented apartments in 940 Park ave
nue. northwest corner of Eighty-first
street. The building, which has Just
been completed. Is 90 per cent, rented.
Albert B. Ashforth, Inc., leased for F..
R. Shaw an apartment In 41 Park ave
nue to Dr. William J. Meyer for twn
years and an apartment in 148 West
Fifty-seventh street to Jane Warring
ton.
IN THE BRONX MARKET.
I. M'ntefiore Levy, attorney, sold the
building, 37.6x101, at 1112 Forest avenue
to Chnrles L. Raskin.
William F. Oderwuld. executor, sold
to Bridget Lamffhear 3287 Hull avenue,
25x100.
C. Bertram Hubbard, Inc., leased a
part of the second floor in the building
801-816 Westchester avenue to A. ft D.
T>anelg; also space on the same floor to
Dickstein & Harrlton : also space on the
third floor to Sylvia Waist and Dress
Company.
QUEENS BOROUGH DEALS.
Roman-Callman Company rented to
Dcmpsey ft Carroll, stationers, the
fourth floor in the Fahnestock Build
ing, corner of Eighth street and East
avenue. Long Island City.
Herman Frankfort acid for Jennie
Fendrlck to T. M. Florence the vacant
plot, 50x100, on the north side of Mills
street, between Nellson and Seneca ave
nues, Far Rockaway.
STATEN ISLAND MARKET.
MofTatt & Schwab sold a newly built
two family house at 25 Pelton avenue.
West New Brighton, ctaten Island, and
is part payment the purchasers are
deeding two brick dwellings on St. Paul's
avenue. Tompklrsvllle, Staten Inland
The owners and bulldera of the two fam
ily house are Max Finkelstein urd Mau
rice Horn and the purchasers are Mr.
and Mrs. E. TI. Wakeflclil.
SUBURBAN TRANSACTIONS.
E. S. & S. F. V'oss sold the Walter
C. Stearns estate at Hewlett, L. I.,
for Mrs. Stearns to De Lancey Nlcoll,
Jr., of New York: alao the country placo
or Miss Atarv Itutlierford, adjoining the
Rockaway Hunt Club, at Cedarhurst,
L I., to Henry S. Sturgie.
Burke Stone. Inc., sold for Mrs. L.
Schwarzkopf five lots in the Arthur
Manor section of Scarsdale to Bernard
J. Grennan, who expects to erect a resi
dence on the site. The same brokers
rented tiho real dene of Mrs. Susan E.
MacDonald at Dobbs Terrace, Harts
dale, to B. A. Javits.
Robert E. Farley Organisation leased
a residence on Rldgevlew avenue, White
Plains, N. Y.. to Mr. Maxwell Stein
hardt
REALTY JOTTING*.
Plans for a "'T" sh.iped apartment
house, to be erected on the enst side of
Creston avenut. 126 feet pouth of 1JM
street. The Bronx, are to be drawn by
ART SALES.
NOW ON EXHIBITION IN
SILO'S
Fifth Ave.
Art Galleries
40 E. 45th St,
S. W. COR.
Vanderbilt Av?.
James p. Mia Jt Son, Auctioneer*.
ARTISTIC
FURNITURE
MODERN AND ANTIQUE
Belonging to Several Estates
ALSO SILVER,
JFWFLRY Sr FURS
BrUnilnf to the Estate of
THE LATK
JESSIE A. R. LOGAN
By Order of
A. K. RI' HARDS, ESQ.,
Executor,
DREV. HEGEMAN ESO.,
Attorney, a* Liberty Street,
and Other*
Antique Lace Table Covers and
Spreads, Oriental Rugs and
Carpets.
to nr soi.d
AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION
Thursday, Friday
and Saturday,
March M, 4th *nd Hh.
at * p. m. r.Arti oat
B. Robert Swartburg, architect. The I
new structure will have a frontage of
Iti.S feet on the avenue and a width of
100 feet In the rear. Its total depth is
129.6 feet.
Alonso B. See of the A. B. See Elec
tric Elevator Company Is the buyer of ;
the buildings at 52 and 54 Yesey street,
sold recently.
Fannie C. K. Marshall is the pur
chaser of the dwelling at 160 West
Fifty-fourth street, sold recently.
Mary T. Ryan paid $26,000 for the
dwelling at 177 East Seventy-ninth
street, sold recently.
Harris, Vought & Oo. were associated
with Samuel Kaplan in the sale of the
dwelling at 110 West 127th street
Henry S. Morton, formerly of David
[ Vogel St Co., has been elected president
of the Federal Fisheries Company of
> 114 West Forty-fourth street.
Harris, Vought & Co. have been ap
pointed agents of the Columbia Trust
Building at Thirty-fourth street and
Fifth avenue.
Shampan & Shampan. architects, are
preparing plans for a 1200,000 apartment
house to be erected on the south side
of Crown street, 200 feet east of King
ston avenue, Brooklyn, on a plot 130x12s,
for the Status Realty Company. Inc.
Zipkes. Wolf & Kudroff, architect*,
have been retained to prepare plans for
& two story fireproof building for the
Jewish Home for the Aged and Infirm
at the southeast corner of Bushwlclt
avenue and Illmrod street, Brooklyn.
The same architects are preparing plans
for alterations to the Pope mansion in
the Bushwlck section, and also for
altering a three story building on Hlm
rod street Into a synagogue for the
Jewish Home for Aged and Infirm.
Building costs will be discussed at a
meeting of the Long Island Real Es
tate Board In the Cafe Boulevard on
Wednesday at 12:30 o'clock.
APPRAISALS OF ESTATES.
LUCY M. SPELMAN, Bister of the late Mrs.
John D. Rockefeller. (Febnsary 6. 1920.)
Gross estate $182,M7. net ??state $I73,46.">.
The whole estate was left to nineteen
charitable and religious Institutions.
ROBERTSON K. MYGATT, Rldgefleld, Conn.
(December 17, 1019.) Estate of SS46.527,
taxable In New York. His wife, Margaret
Tyers Mygutt of Rldgefleld, 1s sole bene
ficiary
HENRIETTA BETTS NASH (June 10, 1020).
Gross estate $01,830. net estate M.*i,84<5.
Her children, James R. Nash of Washing
ton, Harriet N. Olds of Wllllamstown,
Mass.; Anna M. and Fannie Nash, both of
111 East Thirty-seventh street, receive
$21,480 each.
MARGARET R. HANN, Wlckensburg (Jan
uary 11, 1020). Estate of <84.*83, with
916,420 taxable In New York. Her hus
band and her sisters, Ora C. Hann of
Wlckensburg, Clara A. Reed of Locust.
N. J., and Eleanor V. H. Reed of Locust,
receive ecjual shares of the estate.
LAURA H. SLAPE, Morrlstort-n. N. J.
(October 11, 102".) Estate of $66,321, with
$21,748 in securities taxable In New York.
Her daughters, Helen S. Smith and Laura
S. Mills, both of Morristown, receive one
ha'f each of the estate.
1 WILLIAM R. NOR, East Orange, N. J.
(May 4. 1920.) Estate of *371.030. with
? $242.(81 taxable In New York. Ills wife,
I Fannie Noe, and his sons, William R. and
Harold C. Noe, a'l of East Orange, receive
I one-fourth each of the estate.
i DANIEL WEILLER (June 8. 1018). Gross
j estate $00,007 net estate $00,847. His wife.
I Minnie C. Welller of 40 East Eighty-third
street, receives the whole estate.
I HARRIET F? DARLING. Mendon, Mas*.
(April 4, 1020), leaving an estate of $32,0fc0,
| with $2*.00( taxahle In New York. Her
eon. daughter and stepdaughter, Everett
F. Parting of New Roche'le and Julio and
' Florence of 3? South Oxford strret, Brook
? lyn, receive $7,4(13 each. Her Rranddaujh
i ter, Ruth E. Darling of New Itochelle, has
i a life estate In $10,880. and her friend.
I Will I am F. Darling of Denver, receives
*1.000.
PERSIS F. E A.HTM AN (January 18, 1018).
Gross rwtate 1,080, net estate $S6,?**.
The whole estate roes to h's sister, Sarah
TO. Rowel! of lot Wn- erley place.
RICHARD W. SMITH. Hoston (Marrh ft,
1020). Estate of $*1,220, with $10,112 In
securities le cable In New York. His sons
and daughters, Horace Hate of Andover,
Mass.; G. Kenneth of Al'erton, Mass.:
Elsie K. Smith of 110 Kenmom plact-.
Brooklyn, and Eleanor* Sargent Godrtard,
same address, receive $1,000 each. Ills
wife, K?te Hale Smith of Allerton, receives
the residuary estate.
ELVIRA K. TROWBRIDGE (January 8.
1020>. Gross estate SlOO.O.tfi, net estate
$114,110. Her daughter-in-law and grand
daughter, Virginia Tegram Trowbridge and
Virginia E. Trowbridge, both of Bedford
Hills, N. Y., receive $*.000 and $*,*0o re
spectively. The following receive $*.000
each: Nephews, Nelson G. Trowhrfdge
of Indianapolis. Edwin L. Trowbridge of
Jacksonboro. Tenn.: cousins. G. Taylor
Valrs of 1I1S East Tenth street. Flathush.
' Urooltlyn: Elisabeth Malm Merrltt of
! 1'tlea: friend. Ilurrlet Res'ey Foote of
Marblehead. Her -on, Edwin Kellogi;
Trowbridge of Bedford Hills, receives
! $100,874.
!
beal estate at auction.
BRYAN L KENNELLY
INCORPORATED
Real Estate Auctioneers
WILL 5ELL AT AUCTION
SPECIAL SALES DAY
TO-MORROW
13 o'Olock Noon, at the Exchange
H\le?room. 14-18 Yesey St.. N. V. C.
Hotel Beverwyck
39-41 West 27th St.
N. E. Cor. Lex. Ave. & 27th St.
KNOWN AS 00 LEXINGTON AVE
N. W. Cor. Amst. Ave. & 157th St.
KNOWN A3 itwo TO 1908 AMST. AVE.
S.W.Cor.West B'way & Leonard St.
KNOWN Aft 17? TO isa WEST B'WAY.
90-92 UNIVERSITY PL
24 BOND ST.
3 WEST JOIST ST.
2268 SECOND AVE
266 DELANCEY ST.
N. E. COR. COLUMBIA ST.
425-427 W. 125TH ST.
64 LA SALLE ST.
(WF.9T 1SSTH ST.)
1450 MINFORD PL.
NEAR KANT 17311 ST.. BRONX
14 BROADWAY LOTS
BRONX
BRYAN L. KENNELLY
Real E?t?te Auctioneer
149 Broadway. Cort. 1547
AltraVR "tfPtifOAX. Rftl K'i Auction
1 ftt Bronrtwu.v Con 1.12*.
JERK JOHNSON JR. CO., Aarttoneer*.
1M MonUk*u? ?t.. Brooklyn. N. Y.
Jowrril r. DAY. K-Ii K*UU AmDON"
?7 l,lb??iy <t.. N Y. f*1ion<' Curt. 74*
4L0NEY TO LOAN AND WANTED
ON BOND AND MORTGAGE.
First Mortgage Money
TO LOAN
en Dwellings. Apartment and
Business Buildings.
WOOD, DOLSON CO., Inc.
HI BROADWAY. RECTOR 75M.
h/ "r9ns\y. Int., Refit hi I te?Wcliaftt
!? UBIKTT ST. MARtmiDCJB DLDO
if tor 5l'9t. I it* Koy 773
CITY REAL ESTATE.
Ahoif 5!>th St.?Mh At. to Nerth River.
CITY EEAL ESTATE.
Above 38th St.?5th Av. to North KJrrr.
A West End Avenue Corner
A 12 story apartment house in the 80s.
Well located and excellently built
at pre-war price of construction.
A fine investment and speculation.
An Improved
Broadway Corner
In the 80s. at the
value of the ground.
To Those Desiring a Permanent
Home At a Minimum Rental
An opportunity is offered to a select number of "tenant
owners" to participate in a corporation to erect the
finest apartment house in the best location of the
West Side on a plot of approximately seven lots.
The apartments to be planned to suit the demands
of the individual and to contain many new and at
tractive features.
WOOD, DOLSON CO., Inc.
Broadway & 80th St.
Se uyler 1!00
REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY.
New York State?Sale or Rent.
REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY.
New York State?Sale or Rent.
Gentleman's Farm
AT BHINEBECK, N. Y.
146 Acres on a hilltop overlooking the Hudson and the estates
of Vincent Astor and Levi P. Morton. Remodelled Colonial resi
dence, 0 master's bedrooms, 2 baths, servants' rooms, garage, farmer's
house, ice houses, poultry houses, etc. Three bearing orchards.
Beautiful shrubs and gardens. Land tillable and abundant in crops.
Price
$30,000
67 Liberty St.,
New York City
IMMEDIATE
POSSESSION
Telephone
Cortlaadt 744
CITY REAL ESTATE.
CROSS PBROWN
COMPANY
Real Estate in all lt? brwches.
13 EAST 41ST ST. JOT BROADWAY.
SPEAR & CO.,
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY.
s*0 1.HOADWAY,
ST I" YVES ANT 06T7.
BUSINESS H?S PROPERTY
KLEIN & JACKSON,
REAL ESTATE Ol'EJtATOttS.
501 Fifth Ave. \ nnderbllt 4A20.
U ARRY H. BEAI.E. CO.. LNC?
" HE A Ij KSTATF..
805 Fifth A*.. N. *? VwUtefWIt MT.
BYRNE ft BOWMAN. 30 E. 48U St..
I for the talc, exehang- <>r management of
your property. Mortgage, nrg?Mated. ^
ARMSTRONG BAKNWK!J. CO..
to Exchange It. T?44 Han.rer
~ ,7 n. Rent rotate.
David Stewart, 1 e?* vm at.
DOCGI.A# EIXIMAN
1.1 East 49th St. W0?
Oaine.7 vTn No.tr.nd A Morrt*"".
property Management. -? East 28th Bt.
nrilDV Uf?P W7 3d Av. Tui. Murray
HENRY HUr hih kk?4-m74.
? JtTCedar st.
WM. A. WHITE ft SONS, T(!]. 5700 John.
Above 14th St. to !UHh St. (Inclnslve).
East River to North River.
Tel. Bryant gino.
JONAS FRIEDMAN
Rl" At< ESTATE
Management^
Mortgage Loans.
206 wii-T 42kj ST.
TIMES SQUARE SUBWAY STATION.
Borough of Brooklyn-Hale or Rent.
St. John's Place,
r?i!r Aorv anrt ba'cme it, brow n
rtwelilni! with t?o story extension, on lot
^100 ("an he bought at. a very reason
abli flsntrc.
CRU1KSHANK COMPANY
Tel. Rector 4100. HI Uro.tdwny. ^
a. rwaidrop/t'y:T;'^xr^ru^:
FLATBfJSH gr*
Borough of Qitcen,?Sale or Kent.
ntcc* ? I nr? Mit;Ti. MI'KRAV to.
UliSto UIIj 3*;# Fulton M., Jamaica.
REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY.
I,ong Island?Sale or Rent.
Great House Bargain
Owner sec rl flees house, large plot: wide
bouWard; fine surroundings: near station;
>, hour Manhattan. Steam heat, electricity,
artistic decorations, fireplace, tiled baths
and kitchen, parquetry. Oarage space.
11 >'p"*? V0 monthly.
PHONE MOLLIS 6515.
tarnished Collages and Coontry Rome,
at II:. ysliorr and Brlrht water*,
fee CAR I.ETON E. BRI"WSTICR. Bay Shore.
~ FI.I sniNO, L. I.
ASK MR. HAI.LERAN.
Oreat Neck Real EMa'e,
Harvey craw, n2M stl1 av. vandt. 404*.
5?lc or It'nf.
EXCEPTIONAL SACRIFICE
(hilider retU' sell attractive two family.
rtnrh'r. honor, a'l Improv > menta. gi>od neigh
borhood; 5 minutes' walk from station; 40
minuses from subway; good train service;
line side rented at $50 per month W<>> cash,
balance like rent. For full particulars ap
ply to STEPTTEN YATES.
4T West 34th S'. Tel. Fit* Roy 055A.
QUICK ACTION SAVES $2,000.
Bargain at White Plalnr; most attractive
?tucco house of 7 rooms, with all modern
li.ij'rovoment* and in perfect condition; awn.
;:<1en; good neighborhood; owner, going
?, . will sacrifice for ?t,000; worth ?10.000
Daniel M. Orrsn, Itl# Biwi4w*j, N Y.
iri lNTKY ESTATES
and homes.
R,|- or Kent.
KENNETH IVES ft ro..
7 East 42d fct. Mnrray Hill *031.
rnTcwFY n nnim-.N * ro.,
Westchester'* l,ea .ln? Realty Experts.
!R Ea?t 41?t st Murray Tflll MM.
nrrr.M t- Westchefer A Nearby Conn.
usn'rlaupnn r- ? p-rt -. ^ I ifth Ave.
n.i-^AtniBiau < orNTRV home*.
prince &Ki?iey 4,-n a*., n. v.
An tdt'oKitmnl Loat <*nd
Found columrta of THE HEW YORK
HERALD offer* ? r?n' pottibility of
recovering your lo?t property.
n>ktrh?atrr?ShIi> or Rent.
EVERYBODY KNOWS
a* one or tt*e
CHOICEST, FAIREST * HEAI.THIEST
IIOMK LOCATIONS NFAK THE sOCND
We hmc several beautiful building j
plot* that vr will sell cheap for quick
Mir to close out the balance of our
holding.
Jos. Lambden & Son, Inc.
S0 Lawton St. Tel. 302 New Rochelle. N Y.
CFEFTEB HILL
A home that possesses every advantage for
comfort, rarlly reachcd by -rain; le?s than
10 minutes' walk from station; restricted,
high clans private neighborhood; close to
high school anil superior public school. JTous ?
exceptionally well arranged; large living
room, atone mantel.
15 Chester St., Mt. Vernon
It room*. 2 bath*. prtr* $20,000. Term:.
reaJiciable. Rei*** by a'moh'nfnt. I
Dougl?? Bro?. Hardware Co.,
2415 Jrroine Avf., Ilrn.it, V. V.
$500 CASH
Will buy at rtry:i Mawr Park, on outaklr's
of Bronxvllle, a cholc-. 7 room house on law
plot, with fine old shade. The house la ex
rcptlor.ully well built, with many Innovation*
for easy housekeeping; has every lmprovr
m'nt and le Duteh Colonial, of wide, white
r'-lic"' ? Th" prlre I* JlA.nOO. Knsv terms
itor*r:?T K. fari.ey organization. i?
E. 44th St.. N. V. c. Murray IIIII 1720.
New Vorlc State?Sale or Itemt.
YOU WILL SOON HEAR
a rood deal aoout Rockland county. HOW
ARD GOLDSMITH. Nyx'V-QB'tlw-Hudaon.NY
Connecticut?Sole or Kent.
SFRANKT STArtWDtfihN.fWifiCi
L AVIN J?E AL ESTA7S
AM PHI EC KBAI. ESTATE.
. TO. Dv." L.C.O So,inf( Heart), ft. Tfl
GREENWICH.
Furnished Houses.
New Jeraer?Sale or Rent.
THE DAINTIEST LITTLE H0USF
In all the Jersey hills: water lights on chain
of pretty lakes; specially built for yar round
occupancy; fine tre^e, high around; #ev?n
rooms, tiled bath; beautiful and refill'.
neighborhood: rale only. Plot 100*210 feet
fine street In Jersey's best purely re-ddentla!
commuting section; elegant oak shade tre?s.
IH ft. In diameter. Property wai brand new
one and one-half years ago. Ea *y commuta
tion New York city. Every convenient* for
comfortable living. Invest a little cosh and
what you now lose paylnc re it and own your
own home. Can be boueht for J2.5G0 ca*h.
balance on mortgage juady to move -nto
Shades and electric fixtures nil In: beauti
fully dccora'ed and newly renovated. Total
price. ?10,"00 M. A., post Office Bo* J107.
Clly Hall Mtatlon. New York city.
MONTCLAIR
F. M. CRAWLEY * BROS!
R. E. Brokers, epp. Lackawanna Terminal.
MONTCLAIR PROPERTfE S
535Hughes-Taylor &
HOI -K" and lots or. the PftftatOM l-F.O I.
MONTOMM). Pall?a4e Junction. Pallsads,
Hi J. Phone Cllffslde 077.
I'lulrmwd and Vicinity?Real Estate.
H. WF.ATHKRRY * CO.. Englewood. N. J.
I ,?i.i-.vI?K. .V ?# ?llomo A itllllui.ill i.eU.
SCIia* at the Junction. I'ull?nd?.
>. k I I D Uenl bslate. Home*
>?? ? V.wrft. W|, -luc |?iUe hoirh. \ I
FACTORIES FOR SALE OR RENT
?lONt. i?i.anij cirv
l/Oft StiACe 9.M to 100.(X)? ?qu:?r- p,?l
ROMAN CAI.T.MAN COMPANY.
Ilrtdge rima
I.ONC. 1ST AND CIT*
A C T O R V SPECIALIST
PAIOR A BREAKKNniDOE.
MS BROAD ST.. NEWARK. N. J.
S
BOY* TON BROS. CO.?fa ory -ites. si>ti
rfc... *7 Bmlth St.. Perth Atnboy. N. J.
T..isMvr<i tnr In?!tt' I'l Waterfronts.
IremblyCo. inc. # , orti,.ndt st. cort. kw?7
BUSINESS PLACES TO LET.
~ Frnm Batfery^o I4lh St.. Indqslve.
p-*lrable Offices
??1. Pt Mngle or In S i
anil l>. I^irge & Small I nils
ES2
SAINT DENIS
OFFICES
^po^Dvwat n't sTp.r.rr
A nignlfli'd Mod'?i Office (lolld
? ng. K?ccptlniinU; l ight A Airy.
SPEAK A CO., Agent)
*40 Broadway Huyveaant OffJT
Renting ?Vr;ent en Prernlser,
I npnr.illeled Tr in.lt FHelllllea.
Immedla'" Posnesulon or May |.
jrfrr-:X'.J'-r...t:.LTrr;
CrjANkifaT spa<:fjA
H.C.Rcawr^t
41 SOUTH ST., N. Y. CITY^
4 etorle a:. 1 !!?? n nt l<oft fliil'dlrig. I3tM>
IA?I IS MARTIN, 44 Sa???l? sf.
Columbia Trust Building
5th Ave. & 34th St.
OFFICES & OFFICE FLOORS
FOR RENT
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
HARRIS, VOUGHT & CO.
Renting Cffice in the Building
MAX N. NATANSON, Owner
^
? NEW
LARIMORE
BUILDING
fust Off 5th Ave.
15-17 West 46th St.
A High Class Modern Fire
proof Office and Store
Building.
Ready for Occupancy
STORE ? with mezzanine
and basement; unusually
good light.
FLOORS?2000 sq. ft. each;
well lighted for offices or
showrooms.
Very Moderate Rental*
Apply PremUe*.
Tel. Bryant 1923
Or Your Own Broker
.a h c n i n a n mm
BUSINESS PLACES TO LET.
Above Mtk St. sr>th ?.f. 'Vnrlmlvf).
Kunt IUvit to North lUver.
BUSINESS PLACES TO LET.
A bote lttli St. to 50tli ?. (InHu?lr?).
Kant Itlvrr to North River,
^ ~
Bank Building Offices on 5th Ave.
At Side Street Rentals
From Batterj to 14tb St., inrlutltr.
6,500 Square Feet
of Office Space
in the Wall St. Section
From May l?t.
Address D.R. 321 Herald, Herald sq.
66 West Broadway
N. W. Cor. Murray St.
lain.e cokm:k OKF1CK v
SHOW ROOM
Omprlttni? 1 ,r?40 Hqua Faat.
Elevator; ant If
CRUIKSHANK COMPANY
141 Hroadway.
k ii i d
AI?o?* 14th Mt. to 5Mh St. (InrhiMT?).
East tUvcr tn North lliitr.
PENN. TERMINAL BLDG.
7th A*., 30th to 31?t St.
OFFICES
FLOORS
Salesrooms
STORES
Mod^rat* Rental*. No Mstnufnrtiirinc.
REGENT REALTY CO.
33 W. ?i-'l S". or Vo'jr r>?*n Broker.
AGF.NT ON PUEMISKS.
OFFICES
\ Tfn Vnlt" IM <? I..1 ?? ><j. led.
Vand?rbilt Ave.
Building
51 East 42nd Street
' om*r of 4?d "t n 1 > ?' ? '
Direct entrance to Sub
way and Grand Central
Terminals
Possession May ist, 1921
Apply Hm.m Of*. M rr . , Hill
BEAUTIFUL STOKE
FOR RENT
TWO LAItt K SIT >W WINDOW*
r?ofi .mqi;aUE I*EKT
4V? VKAHS ; BA?R
Hotel Algonquin Annex,
?7 ?!? >\>*t 4 I'll sttwt.
LOFTS STOR GS LOFTS
LAW I* M'.irt TIONi AM, M/F.ft.
LOUIS SCHRAG, 142 Wen 23d St
Bu::dingu -Store*?Buildings
Mrronnttt* Wnreltoiiar* ?tv) Fnrtntl-v i
LOUIS SCHRAG, 142 West 23d St.
West 57th St., near 5th Av.
ANI> 3D FLOORS, 25*90 EACH;
or, ro*w1 and llgat.
To ttc coins* < '* modelled End placed 1b
*b*oi<u*iy firat rla *? condition.
Louie frtr Long Term,
tJOm* w.?co, S'w'i.Vff'gg
BROAD W AY CORNER
X?ar 42<t. 0"0 aq. ft.t rood light; 71 win
now*; lultabl. '>f!|e?.? or jiliowrooma; will
dtvlrt?. KNQ1.ISH. 1">3t H roadway.
Manufacturing Loft
10,000 Sq. Ft
Flna light loft, fire
proof ; all Conveni
ence*; mldtown tee.
tlon; ponfeeslon at
one?. Rant {4,700.
154 Nassau St Bcekman 9110.
Men** u?
NIELSEN
owccs^
TWO LOFTS
?.?M SQI AllB fki;t each
Tog?>th?T or S '|>?rat?
Light Manufacturing or Storaf.
l*f rlnkler ry*?rm. heat. watchman
(?tvIcp, al?vator. Ac.: near all railr^ade.
Apply OWNER. 007 W?H *.V1 Ft. bong.
a--rt
ra^Mac Lean & Coyi
\?r Renting Socialists
Vazq oT_"Avo.,War/<lns 3947 ^Ofli
APARTMENTS ? UNFURNISHED.
AW r 1 Kit .??. la 59th St. (Inclusive).
Eo.t Klvrr to North Rl\er.
A FINE STUDIO 2 room* xna b4Ul'
ATllIt JIUI/IU, north light, all Im
prov'-inuntf, ?<Wi >? r month SO E,r !\9!h st.
1 & 2 Roomi B*rwVL,MJt{S^ooa'
At>ov? VHh St.?Mh Av. to Vorth River.
SUBLET i
777 West End Ave.
Cor. 98th St.
PKKmAHI.!. - li Ojl. .1
hat *"A!tTMBNT. L.ABOIS
ROOM;'. HE.Vf nr. NIK nahl.ro.
Thww KivtmH# 776
of ig>ly IHipt. on premiss*. i
160 WEST 87TH ST.
Fit* rnoni apnrtm?\.t, piuttcubirly
Milttblr for Doct r or Ifc<ntl?t.
Iirm'fffl'l, !*n fs~lw.
WOOD, DOLSON CO.,
Pmmtwny. ?nriu-r "Otn ci. Tel. Schuyler 1100.
MONEY TO LOAN AND WANTED
ON BOND AND MORTGAGE.
F1R3T mor'tra'tp wanted; M-W, gocd
Qii**n'V>oro dwlllnp; bofl'W RHAJIUM,
170 Broadway.
J.TO.000 rhnli * ??* on (I mortgage for eala: Man
hattan loft building. UHAkUM, 170 b *ay _

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