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Construction Room Definitely
Started by Tax Exemption;
Late Realty News.
With due care to avoid even the ap
IMVance of vaporish optimism the Dow
Service Daily Buildintj Reports In its
current Issim unqualifiedly proclaims
that tho Ion? expected turn in the j
building construction market has come. '
Its regular canvass of building infor
mation. in New York and vicinity has
been supplemented for the purpose of |
making this survey by an exhaustive
questionnaire Issued to all departments
of the building construction Industry,
and tho most conservative conclusion
adduced therefrom Is that New York
has definitely started upon the most :
? aotlve habitation building programme
?/ rccent times.
This conclusion is adequately sup
ported by reports from financial
sources. It !s vouchsafed by the word
of architects, almost any of whom now
?hows, especially in Brooklyn, from one
to half a dosen habitation building
projects of all kinds and sizes, whereas
ten weeks ago it was almost impossi
ble to find a habitation building sched
uled to go ahead at the earliest possi
ble moment.
e??ro Days in Build I lis Are Gone.
In Manhattan e[>ochal apartment
house projects are likely to be forced
to early action. Bronx and Queens
likewise give ample evidence that the
?ero days of the building Industry have
gone.
Stalwart minds among architects, en
gineers and building contractors and
material supply men. who have demon
strated that they are panic proof In
tb? hours of the building industry's
greatest trial, with startling unanimity
My that the definite point at which
the building industry turned from con
sternation to confidence is marked by
the statement of Judge Elbert H. Gary
i United States Steel Corporation
declaring for price stability when the
Beared Production is dangerously
tho speculative builders point to
??ltfe;,/rhey fear a priM tr*?
h^ wh!T? n, h nKu'naterlal purchaser.
t??i who will be in the building material
th's for the first and
l only t,mo 1,1 hls I"
rhf u y h,s ba?klng confidant
1*1 chanc? t? K?t into the
U whn , d co?"ParativeIy cheap
Let " ^raCt,Cally the only mar
m?n^ I y f?r the building material
manufacturer and distributer. The in
bulldin* syndicate of apart
ment house builders, commonly called
ctmtb!fftiV0 bulIdors- senses the sama
contingency. The tax exemption onii
PUt cheaP apartment house
fh- J^en!ment h0,J8e s,tes buclf upon
?Ug^rlng a eu<Jdt'nnt'ae that is
The speculative builder believes that
Ixvaiftinf0r the 50,6 Purpose of
?Toidinf, tho rush for building material
hii^fChiHrf. summer he may find
himself bidding again for deliveries, us
?r<Xd t0 do ,n 192?- instead of
bidding for materials themselves. If
he goos ahead now he may find a some
w? . rae*ed market which will tempt
nrtL. !ilt3e lonKer for still lower
^tn ?,v, 1 that Bleel cer
tain other commodities, such as cement
Whioh 18 now wlth?n ten
1"% ? *he pr1ce 1116 Ooveniment itself
rixod by Its war boards, while lead and
lumbers of certain kinds, which are
now within 10 per cent of pre-war
wholesale levels, and others havo defi
nitely given guarantees In some in
stances against further price decline,
aJl combine to make even the most con
servative investor realize that with the
tax oxeniption ordinance benefits ex
piring under normal conditions a year
from next month there is no profit in
following the phantom of waiting for
further general price drops In building
comraodldea.
Further Delay Is Ma<ardom.
Moreover, there Ls the danger that
Uioeo who do proceed with housing en
terprise.* in contemplation this year will
?o usurp the habitation space market a
year htneo as to reduce the known de
mand for housing accommodation to
the former status of conjecture.
Housing projects started this year will
atand little chance of being ready for
the leasing market before spring or
autumn of ltf?. By that time the /ac
tors of foreign demand and railroad re
quirement will put the prospentive
Aniorican home builder In competition
with large quantity buyers at home and
the speculative builders In Cuba, Porto
Hleo. South America and possibly in :
tJurope. The present rate of exchange
will not always remain inequitable, so
th* building financier ts counselling the
prospective builder against further de
lay in the face of the existing tax ex
emption law.
Manx Lraaca In Printer*' IIn I l<l I >? ic.
Leasing activities continue In the vi
cinity of Eighth avenue nnd Thirty,
third to Thirty-fourth street, as Is evi
denced by the rapidity with which space
in the Printing Crafts Building at 4?l
Eighth avenue Is renting. Since the
building was taken over by Cross <Sr
Brown Company a few months ago
thirty new tenants have been placed In
thia building Among them are Oabrlel
H. Hymon. Vltamon Corporation. Lew
erth A Culbertson, Defender Photo
Supply Company. Lindsay Association
of Artists. C. J. Ollphnnt, I^oud Speak
ing Telephone Corporation. Dunbar Pat
tern Company, Oem Fountain Corpora
tion and Paul Stelner.
MorlKimr 74th St. t*rr?perty.
It. Rom.-vinn Brown Company placed
a mortgage of $1 IB.000 on the Electus
TV Litchfield property at Seventy
fourth street at?d Park avenue.
In the DnrlllnK Market.
Alfred M. Ray purchased 00 West
Forty-eighth street. a four story dwell- ,
tng, to be altered for business. Paul '
l?. Saxe was the brofcer.
Sldnar I* Waraawer sold for the Slne
val Realties Corporation the three story
dwelling l*.?xl00.11. at 314 West 115th
?treat. This sale marks t?>n houses In a
?*tm sold through the same broker In
the last few months.
Mnltl-Famlly Homra Sold.
Pease A Klllmsn sold for Mra A.
Bar!hara< ii and others to a client of
Waltar Hearn the Ave *tory, twenty
taro foot tanemer t at "4 1 First av^nijo.
between Twentieth and Twenty-first j
streets.
Adnlph Web? resold to A. Dalles the
five story flat at 167 St. Nicholas ave
nua, 13x97.
Shaw, Tlockwell ft Raridford sold for
Agnes Stewart 144U Park avenue,:
southwest cortier of 107th street, a
Ave story triple tenement with stores. 1
rr.*75.1l. to Philip Hamuelson, who oc- !
tuples the corner store,
Henry 8. Klrschner and the fihermsn
Brokerage Company sold to Clara and
Anna Resnlknff the five stury fl?t.
2**100. at 74 Kast llJth street.
Henry J. Heldotiis sold to Wlllard
Vaoorum the three and four story tet>
etaante at 10 Christopher street, 21x55.a.
Lb rough to 18 Our street
(Qbriatopber VoULng 4b is on, loo., aotf
for Mri. DIna Belnhauer the five rtory
single flat- with store. 30x?), at 939 Third
avenue to E. Llnck.
Slawson ft Hobbs sold for J. J. ^'1"?"
to Joseph B. Scuttl. 507-809 We* 139th
street, a new law apartment taouao. &ox
90*100. _
D. a. Trotta sold for Julia Burger
260 East 194th stroet. 45x81x irregular,
a Ave story apartment house.
Motion Firm In
Kelner ft Co.. Ina, of Boston. leased
from the Newark Paving Company tne
block bounded by Adams street. ParK
hurst street, and Avenue F, on which
there is a series of one story buildings
with floor space aggregating -0.000
square feet. The lease is for a term
of five years with an option to pur
chase. After" making extensive^ alter
atlons this firm will occupy for the
present about 10,000 square feet for
their own use, and will manufacture
leather tanning extracts. The balance
is to be subleased. The lease vra? ef
fected through the office of Edward
Blau. Kelner ft Co., Inc.. wu repre
ssed by Mr. E. O. Keiner and the
Newark Pavlr.g Company by Mr. Hugh
Gllltgan.
MISCELLANEOUS LEASES.
Christopher Volxing ft Son, inc.,
leased to Martin Seedorf the three story
building, 25x102, at 132 Sixth avenue,
corner of West Tenth street.
Pease & EUiman leased from plans the
fourteenth floor In the building on the
?? est side of Seventh avenue from Twen
ty.seventh t<* Twenty-eighth street to
the Federal Board of Vocational Educa
tion; also of flees In the Knlckerbocker
Forty-second Street Building to Dr. It T.
Pauwels.
Cross & Brown Co. leased the Schuyler
Arms Hotel to Louis Levy and J. Gold
man; also space, as follows: In 130 West
Forty-second street to Rofoert Ingonf.
Joseph Vaurle, the Holcomb & Hoke
Manufacturing Co.. Valley Electric Cora
panv and Wall l'cper Manufacturing As
sociation; also space in the Gotham
Bank Building, in 18 East Forty-first
street to ?ed W. Gordon. In 16 East
Portv-firet street to ILisbrouck King
Company, in 15 West Thirty-sixth street
to Yardley & Co., Ltd.; In S-iv Broad
way to the Otis Elevatcr Company, In
225 West Fifty-seventh street to Rad
cliffe Turbtne Drive Company, in 412
West Twenty-sixth street to Wagenhals
ft Kemper. In 1600 Broad-way to the Sun
light Arc Corporation, in 366 Third ave
nge to the Eseanzee Dress Company, in
562 Fifth avenue to Bertley Co., Inc.,
and Farnell & Llndqulst; in lo West
Thirty-seventh street to the National
Association of Electrical Contractors and
Dealers, in 118 East Twenty-fifth street
to the Union Library Aseoclation, in 213
West Sixty-fourth street to Marko Stor
a?3 Battery Depot and in 1?1 West Six
ty-fourth street to Richard B. Laffay
and James C. Stoops.
? J. Arthur Fischer leased to A. J. Cas
sldy space in 29 West Thirty-eighth
street: also to Frauenglas. Eisner &
Schneider, a loft in 52 West Thirty
ninth street; also to M. O'Reilly, a store
In 2'J West Thirty-seventh street; also to
Agronick ft Rose, electricians, space in
100 West Fortieth street.
Pease ft Elilman leased apartments as
follows: In 247 Fifth avenjie to H. E.
Montgomery: in 130 West Fifty-seventh
street to Count Dru; in 120 East
Eighty-second street to Dr. E. F. Walsh ;
In 30 West Fifty-ninth street to Dr. M.
I. Scharrfberg.
J. B. English leaded to Joseph Lisa.lt
the five story, twenty foot dwelling at
161 West Forty-ninth street.
Harris, Vought ft Co. leased lofts in
467 Broadway to William Marshall,
Isaac Levenson and Globe Textile Com
pany; offices in 1182 Broadway to Sol.
Ka.tzenstein and Gem Petticoat and
Bloomer Company; an apartment In 29
East Eighty-third street to Harold M.
Landon.
Henry Shapiro & Co. leased the store
In the building 106 East Fourteenth
street to Adolph Silverman for Jewelry
business. Tankooe, Smith ft Co. repre
sented the lessor.
BROOKLYN TRANSACTIONS.
J. Lacov leased from plana a floer
in the southeast corner of Avenue J
and Bust Thirteenth street for ten
years at a rental of $20,000.
Henry L. Nielwen sold the dwelling
at 498 Third street for Joseph Gargulo;
the two family frame dwelling 338 Elev
enth street lor B. Cohen and leased
for five years the upper floors in 9-11
Myrtle avenue.
DEALS IN OTHER BOROl'OH S.
Wm. D. Bloodgood ft Co., Inc., sold
for the T. ft M. Realty Company, Inc.,
two lots. 60x100, on Sixth avenue, 236
feet south of Broadway, Long Island
City, to George A. Violante, a con- j
tractor. I
Capt. A. Raven Thomson of the Royal j
Engineers Qf London. England, has pur
chased through the Halleran Agency
the dwelling and two car garage. 50x
100, on the north sido of Mitchell ave
nue, near Parsons avenue. Flushing
Lewis H. May Company resold for
the F. S. R. Realty Corporation to the 8.
ft L. Construction Company 1369 Holly
wood avenue. Far Rockaway. L. I., a
tjvo and a half story dwelling, to Curt
KarpenkleL
Moffatt ft Schwab sold for Walter
Schmidt the property. 60x125, on the
southeast corner of Fort Place and Mon
roe avenue. St. George. S. I., to L Kesa
ler.
M. James Hughes at Port Richmond,
8. I., sold for Charles Boeddinghau*
a two family house on Treadwell ave
nue to Joseph Whltehouse.
Cornelius O. Kolff rented for Mrs.
?Tenrte F, Pendleton a new cottage on
Pendleton place, St. George, 8. I., to
Dr. Zack Olsson.
hiblrban transactions.
The .Scardale Estates. Robert E. Far
ley president, sold a plot of over 1%
acres in the Murray Hill section of
Scarsdale, N. Y., to Mr. Wilfred J.
Denna.
Prince ft Ripley, through their White
Plains office, sold for William Leib his
stucco residence, with large plot of
ground, located In Howard avenue. In
the Prospect Hill section of W hite
Plains, to W. S. Rockey.
REALTY JOTTINGS.
Tim New York Title and Mortgage
Company Is arranging a mortgage on
the nine story apartment house, 100*100,
to be built at 110-120 Went Fifty-fifth
street.
U'llllam Henry Barman # Co. loaned
5125,000 to Cheinea-Moore Company ftor
construction of a four story garage,
with store*. 206x101.5, on the north side
of Twenty-third street, 226 feet west of
Eleventh avenue.
Tankoos, Smith A <*o. and Henry
Shapiro fr. Co. negotiated the reaale for
the SclMlte Realty Company of the two
ftre story buildings at 1520-1."22 Third
avenue to Florence and May Hardart.
Eleanor O'Malloy ts the purchaser of
the apartment* at 75-17 Northern sre
nue, sold recently.
Anna Kleld Is the l>uyer of 1?4 West
TCIghty-flfth street, United Oltlsens'
Corporation of 53 West 131st street, and
Susan 1/ Pierre of 380 West 130th
wtn et. reported noI<1 recently
Dorothy M. Etherlngton Is the puir
chasor of the property at 152 to 155
East Eighty-first street.
Max flchnsberg is the bin-er of the
Htviera apartment house, at ?28 and ?".T0
Wtst 139th street
?Ism'* J. Scott Is the buyer of
West tSfth street, I^llllan Seeholser of
i 7?5 Third n venue and *'ell<) Tfer?off of
17 West 113th street, ail nold reventli
Clan ore E. Broun, formerly with
John Hals Co. of Brooklyn, has forrti'd
the Claim, u E. Hroun., Inc., with off
Joe* ex 1300 Jtoater ?v?aua^
i
Business Troubles
??- J
petitions w bankriptct.
,,7*h* following petitions in bankruptcy were
Coul't y ln lh* l;nltod States District
nREfiS c? . INC. - Involuntary
against the Arrow Dress Company, Inc..
'i1 F*"1 Thirty-first street. in
-t.Ai. three creditor*. Petitioning
iredllors and amounts claimed are It.
H Back- Lawrence
rfil # J' sUv'or A Moskowiu, attor
* IF the petitioners.
LKO ROSnXYVAHSER?Voluntary, by Leo
Roiienwaaaer. manager Kelt < iooda Manu
facturlng torrtpany, .170 Riverside Drive,
?ho Maces his liabilities at ?I7,?P4 all
unsecured claims, and assets at $15,000,
all unliquidated claims. Einil X. Uarr,
_ * J t"riL'"-v for the bankrupt.
iOLDSMITH BROS. ? Involuntary, against
r\ii*i a? u n'"^amlB Goldsmith, trading as
Ooldsmlth Bros., Insurance brokers, <il
p ' . 8tre-?- In behalf of three creditors.
P^tlomnc creditors ?nd -ounU^al.ned
fo?rhXn,pSne??"ePh Kr""",y- al'0rm,y
HERNANDEZ. ROIIINSO.V # CO.. 1ST ?
Involuntary, against Hernandez. Robinson
c-! 'xr"rte>s of machlnerv. 29
I may' P h*ha,f "r three creditors.
*lv*n ms $.V\000 and assets
$1..,000 Potltlonlnc creditors and amount*
claimed aro Benjamin Harrow, $.">00* E E
iaylor J Co.. $250: Hospital Supply Com
?h"p,eUUonerZsalk"1 * C?hen' aUorrle-VB f?r
REGINALD A. FLETCHER?Involuntary by
Rwf wilt ,let?herJ riuWHf>uI"*r business".
K J&
brrbaC" "? ?00"n,an- atL0"?"
8CHKI)C|.KS IN B.\MKUrPT<;T.
schedules In bankruptcy were
Siurtf y th? irnlted State?
CHARLES MARKOWITZ, dry roods 1435
Boston road. The nronx. Liabilities $S Ron
all unsecured claims, and assets 11 Vl*
? *'htch $l,r.00 Is stock In trade and Sl"o6
' If^lnery. tools. Ac. Kamen A Ostertuc
attorneys for the bankrupt. '
nAILTP\VA^STT^I!S J'RFS9 CO. and
rr 1 CO.?Schedules of Irvine
pioke|SefrHrt?n? A";7' 8torf-h and Nathan
I ickel, trading as Tip Top Waist and Dress 1
a'n?m'iy Co,npany? wals6"
hl. "treet. show lla
oIMtlfs of $-.?>,4_7, of which J190 "SO" Are
claims,eamhC'<l'm"? *1* . 134,825 'secured
*1* 0fC? ,? 1 ialetM ot *38-2<l<. Of which
toois 4c.." and $1MM> d.m^Tn^p^ac'
the "bail krupts!"" B" ?torP?.y ,oCr
KENNEDY PAPER MILLS. INC afiainst
1921? !ll|-bnmIOn.^V,,fllwl ^'ruary 8.
jy^i. Liabilities $.32,817, of which *:m 7^7
are unsecured claims and $2,000 secured
*r Zi lsnr?.r*e!8 0t
traded Ut* and ?1'28? ?tock la
* BURMAN, 156 West Twenty
*3?9"8trif? ?Llablllt'?B *W,36I. of which
ar\^SeCTlr^ c,a,m? and $17,843
which *2 '00 V?"'..an2 .**"*? of *9-835- nt
i Uhlimli W'Bt Thirtieth street.
nn?t i ? $<4,33-, all unsecured claims
stock fn*.? * iMSP' of which $10,000 is
Jrcnn^r. a!ld *2-400 due on open
bankrupts. MOrr"' 1'elght> attorncy for th?
BofVnr .oowronw. INC.. manufacturers
hfnHl. 2? iSkCtUrf ? 1600 Broadway. I.la
Dllities $4.119, of whlrh $2,717 are tiim*.
v,1nK f.!:';92 wases, and as.<w ts
j-i , *3-'5 }" CA,h on hand and
j-.no property In reversion, remainder, trust
bankrupt" & "ochner. attorneys for the
RECEIVERS IN BANKRUPTCV.
The following receivers in bankruptcy were
8UW.tUDlttyHcty CoSf?- MaDt?n the
trading as Goldsmith Bros.,
SSiTiw ?01 Wllllam 8t- Wlth a
DRESS CO.. INC.?Thomas H.
n ' temporary receiver for the
YvJTf" J?,re?". Company, Inc., dresses, r.l
$7,5(K), T,llrty-nrst "treet, with a bond of
HgRNANpHZ, ROBINSON t CO.. INC.
,;?,'\r'p,ht temporary receiver for
Hernandez, Robinson 4 Co., Inc., exporters
of $7*300 Broadway, with a bond
JCDGMENTS FILED.
MANHATTAN.
^"dgrments were filed, the
A beInK that of the debtor:
CONSTRUCTION CO..
INC.?P. w. Dodge Co ?i 1*1 ***>
ATLANTIC SCHUB CORP.?Clark
A- r ri tts ii? ft7
AJ.L.EN Anna L.?Weisenbach &
_Kny. Inc 7, |
BETANCOURT. Mario?J. a. n'riWn
BRAl N. Samuel M.?Continental
Co., Inc C nr.7
COLLI80N. Edward W.?Domestic
Electrical 8upply Co 267 44
FEINSTEIN. Louis, and Harry A.
Sherman (Pan American Waist
and Dress Co.)?Massachusetts
Bonding and Ins. Co ??? mm
FIELD, Morris?13. CohiTi ct al fttu\ 0">
FiDEXirr AND DEPOSIT CO. OF
EItIK'r7Mili!j'PST J?n?." 9?l [n'' 10,119.35
(?ri'u^1 Joseph?I. Rjrmowltz. r.4!i.RI
C^01?" f:?H. S. Braun. 172.52
t l Benjamin M.?J. Rodin
JOSEPH A.' OMERO PRESS, rs'c ' ^ ^
, Joseph A. Omero?E. Falcc.275 30
JOHN HUNTER CORP.-Perclval
* Frowert Co., Inc. ?? 04*? o?i
LAOEl?,'
MELROSE SHIRT CO.-W " "j
Bexter * 719AAA
p}fsW^gt'iSc,X2r.; ?i?>
'?
rfP'^ri!. *4ay E" "nd Francis C.
Ru??firlrT" raT * Elliman. Inc.. 4.18 3$
^2: -Anthony?W. Hamp. l.. 6$1 M
Rubber Mfj. ,P*"ha and )02 2
iE?wrjr^-^ ?"2,?i
^Street Hotel Co.. Inc ... ..
WEAR WELL HAT CO.. INci-M' '
<riimnn i?t ?? I
(co*U) 130.S3
BRONX.
/Jrst namn |8 fhat of the debtor.
nr.?^.i ' Richard?M. Me}** r SRO
BERNSTfelN, Ralph and Esther^ * "
Timpson Live Poultry Co.. Inc '*
CO??N. N.mthan_,, Ratter *3?^
GOLDMAN, Joseph?Bloom Bros. A
Co., Inc
ORANIK Charles and lflnnle-^-L
"blow-sky '?un.7
OALIANI, Antonio, and Slsto La- * '
mart?M. E. Riley i?\ rs>
KI.EI.VMAN. Meyer?Bloom Bros.' *
Co., InQ. .. ?
MOSHpAhU iJo*W*-Lb Hurwlti..:;: Kw.pJ
MOSHER. Isaac, Ernest J. Pick
worth and Osone Park Hysela Ice
Co., Inc^-'-J. B. Relmer. a.a a.
PENZEN, Moishe?Bloom Bros. \
C '"W29
.SATISFIEU jcdomentn.
MANHATTAN.
The first name Is that of the debtor, ths
?econd that of the creditor, and date whea
Judgment was filed. *
NEVINS. Abraham, and Harry H.
I erlman?Hudson Mill and Lumber
Co., Inc.; July 8, 1020 Ills ?>/.
NORTH SHORE REALTY CO- * 10 w
P. K. Mason: Feb. \ 1921.... ???>? on
Thomis H ?A Oelner';
K*b. 19, 1921 2 977 Rn
OACOJ, Knlthis, and Michael C.
Koufle?People, 4c.; June 2, 1920
(va^trt) l.OOOOl.
TA"EMO
HOMESEEKERS
will do well to follow
th* Suburban Real
?-?tate ?df*rliiem?nti
?r*rf day |n THE
NEW YORK HER.
ALD. Now i? lb* time
teleet a homo for
the spring.
? i
%
SHIPPING NEWS.
(CONTI NUBD FROM PAGE 18.)
Hamburg; Oce&no (Ital). Gibraltar. GHt
t. rtlnd (Nor), Cristobal.
Sailed 4th, ntr? Virginia Bridge, N?w Or
k-aiui; Norfotk, Portland, Me: Walter 0
No> os, Nijw England; Ontario, Bon ton.
Halted 5th, schr Mary H Dlebold.
Hailed 3th, etrs Bar Harbor, Cuba; Glou
cester, Bonton; Peauot, Galveston; Sldlaw
iu.ngc (Br). Dunkirk: Attauallta (Ital),
Italy; Tofuku Maru (Jap), from New York
for Brisbane, Sydney, &o.
Sailed 6th, strs Gallia (Dan), Port Ar
thur; Norman Monarch (Br), Liverpool;
Valdarnu (Ital), Gibraltar: Muskegon, i?.
POUT ARTHUR, Tex, March 4?Arrtrvd.
strs Orneborg (Dan), Copenhagen: Gala*
(Nor), Southampton: Gulfstream. Philadel
phia: sehr W'UIIajii Melbourne (Br), do.
Arrlvcit (1th, strs Camden, Tamplco; Gulf
coast. Jacksonville.
Sailed 4th, sirs Cult Queen, Bavonne; Chaa
Bralev, Tauipleo.
Sailed nth, utm Shenandoah, Port Lobos;
Pural (Hi Ik), Tamplco; Sucroea, Port Lo
bos.
PORT TAMPA, Fla. March 6? Sailed, str
J M Guffey, Tamplco.
FHILA1 >0LPHIA, Pa, March 5?Arrived,
utrs Chickasaw, Hamburg; Bacol, New
York: El Capltan. Cul)rf; Mary Luckenbach,
San Francisco; Julia 'Luckenbach. Boston;
Marlca, New York; Vacuum. Tamplco.
Arrived Hth, strs Seattle 8plrlt, Hamburg
and Southampton; Bayonne, New York: Ka
trlna Luckenbach, do; Kaslnga (Br), Lelth;
Suncwco, Matanza*. 4c; J W Van Dyke,
Port Lobos.
Sailed 5th, strs Sunoll, Port Lobos: Ver
banla (Br). London: Mount Vernon Bridge,
Copenhagen; Yuri Maru (Jap), Civlta Vec
chla; Lake Forrona, Newcastle.
Sailed nth, U S str Hancock, Hampton
Roads: strs Esparta. Santa Marta; Dor
chester, Boston; Everglades, Norfolk; Bacol,
Alexandria; Monomac, Rotterdam; Bayver
dun (Br), Marseilles.
Sailed Hth, strs Sun, Port Arthur; Lara
mie, Blzerta.
PORTLAND. Me, March 6?Arrived, atr
Matoa, Norfolk.
Sailed 6th. strs Oceania (Ital). Gibraltar;
Felix Taussig, do.
PORTSMOUTH, NH, March 4?Sailed, schrs
Northcllff (Br), ; Froderlck J Lovatt,
~ SAN FRANCISCO. Cal, Maxell 5?Sailed,
strs Venezuela, Hong Kong;; Walruna, Syd
ney.
ST ANDREWS, Fla, March 5?Arrived,
achr Rebecca R Douglas, Tajnpa.
SAVANNAH. Ua, March 6?Arrived, str
City of Montgomery. Now York.
TAMPA, Fla. March fl?Arrived, str Con
otton, New York (and sailed for Mobllo).
Sailed 6th, strs Truxlllo, New Orlcajia;
Beatrice, Boca Grande.
Fir? Record
A. M. Loss.
3:00?2fl East Broadway: unknown.Unknown
B:17?127 Av. D; Louis Tlra?nberg..Unknown
7:6R?8B-87 East iiOth St.; Bdward
Levowltz None
11 :in?468 West lK2d St.; automobile;
Joseph KUner Slight
11:80?178 Wooster St.; Jacob Hook
man & Co Unknown
11:40? A v. A and 83d St.; automobile;
John Hatterman Slight
P. M.
3:20?14 Rutgers place; Mr. Erger None
6:10?120 East 160th St.; vacant lot;...None |
MONEY TO LOAN AND WANTED
ON BOND AND MORTGAGE.
CITY REAL ESTATE.
David Stewart.
EDWAR1) J. HOtiAN,
Woolwerth Building.
Aboie 59th M.?5th At. to North Blver.
For Quick Buyer.
Attractive, clieerful American basement
house, IB ft. wide; splendid condition. Im
mediate possession; Wost !)0'?. Price and
terms wd' reasonable.
BROWN, WHEELOCK CO., Inc.,
10 East 4'th St. Murray Hill 310Q
OPERATORS
A choice Broadway plot, 100x260;
through block to adjoining street;
?ultable tor theatre or npartmeuta.
Will divide. Easy terms.
Broadway REMCO 99th Street
Uf/rough of Qurrm?Sale or Kent.
Great House Bargain
Owner sacrifices house, large, plot; wide
bouhvard; fin# surrounding*. near station;
4 hour Manhattan. Stenm hoat, electricity,
artistic decorations, fireplace. tiled baths
and kitchen, parquetry. Garage space.
>1,000 ' ash, $ti0 monthly.
PHONE HOLLIS 6515.
REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY.
Long Island?Hnle or K?nt.
DESIRABLE TRACT FOR
SUB-DIVISION OR ESTATE
AT SANDS POINT, L. I.
^4/^nrc Very ifiisoimble price and
AvixLO term*. lVHnt offer.
s. o.good Pen & Co.7rwM^ std1^;
Westchester?Hale or Rent.
fieldston
ItlVKHDAI.E-OX-HI D-ON.
New Tork City's most arrennlblu suburb.
OBOBOl HOWK. 8T7 Fifth Ave.. ,V y. r.
New Jersey?Hale or Rent.
SUMMIT farms, Eatatta. Tliomm
OUITIITII i ton Co ai M(tph st Tfl Vi,M*
BUSINESS PLACES TO LET.
Real Estate.
1 East 4?d Ht.
Real Estate
Appraisements.
rrom llnttery to Mth Ht., Inrloslse.
Overlooking City Hall Park
Unusually Desirable
OFFICE SPACE
Immediate Possession
IN UNITS OF 350 UP TO 4,500
sqiTare FEET
Exceptionally Light
Convenient to All Transit Centres
Stewart Building
(Modernized?Up to date)
280 BROADWAY
or
YOUR OWN BROKER
fuhllth )/r (Itncng Ihr saHoM
?wl publtah and *tt up a ntamlnrrf;
publish andTon,rat not.?Jer. ,'.0:2.
SAINT DENIS
OFFICES
WnMTWAY?MI??Smm
1 npnrall. led Transit Facilities.
>o ManiifurtnHnc.
A Dignified Mod.m Office Bulld
Ing. Mngle Offices from 930 up.
Also setrral Suites of *, 4. #, t
and I rooms. All Exceptionally
l ight A Airy. Heveral wonderfully
light large KtecnUre Offices.
Renting Agent on Preml'o-*.
tA!l Brokers Protected.)
Open for Inspection.
Immedlat" Possession or Mav t.
Rtuvvnsnrt WM.'I
41 SOUTH ST., N. Y. CITY
4 8Um1#s and Basement Uuft N'llMlng. 24x80.
&OGl? MAKTlX 41 Heatb A,
BUSINESS PLACES TO LET.
Ahovr 14th St. In Mlth St. (Inrlunlve).
Ka?t Itiver to North Blver.
BUSINESS PLACES TO LET.
Above 14th St. to 60th Ht. (.Inclusive).
Eut River to North Ul?er.
GOTHAM NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
BROADWAY AND COLUMBUS CIRCLE
90%
RENTED
OFFICES
?J*01!? AND UP
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION
Iteming Office on Premium
Telephone?Columbus 1433
NEW I
LARIMORE
BUILDING
Just OS 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. ^
? F P .11 1? FLOORS?2000 sq. ft. each;
d i alii 1 l* 8 U1 ii.wj well lighted for offices or
% $ s 2a 8howTOomfi.
1 f ^11 > ? Very Moderate Rentals
? ^ Wjj&- i * Apply Premiaea.
O Tel. Bryant 1923 m
Or Your Own Broker SJ
;;ip[iiMiiliMillMilliMlli;iailllllllllBlilllliUlllllllMlllllBllllBWff!.fe
ASHLAND BUILDING
3 1 5 4th Av., southeast corner 24th St.
20 story office and loft building
16th floor
16th floor corner unitof 3,927feet- ? $9,000
Room 1802-1803?2,100 sq. ft $5,000
MAX N. NAT ANSON JS RET*'.., 3S5
BUSINESS PLACES TO LET.
From Natter* to llth St.. Inclusive.
LOFTS ? TO LET
EACH I.OFT A HO I T 4,400 S<1- FT.
sa.noo
Exceptionally light nn<1 airy; j>aa
?ong'r and freight elevator; good
?hipping facilities; steam heat.
GOLO SLIPPER COMPANY
1S? DI ANK STREET.
i
Abovr 14th Nt, to BBth St. (Inrlaslve).
East Rlter to North Itlier.
PENN. TERMINAL BLDG.
7th Av., 30th to 3let St.
OFFICES
FLOORS
Salesrooms
STORES
Moderate Rental*. No Manufacturing.
REGENT REALTY CO.
33 W. 4"<1 St., or Tour even Broker.
AGENT ON FKEXISBt.
BEAUTIFUL STORE
FOR RENT
TWO LARGE SIN >W WINDOWS
J.<.<mj HQt'ARK J'EET
4H TEARS' LEASE
Hotel Algonquin Annex,
#7-fl? West 44th Street.
FACTORY
3 otory and basement brlrlt building
3.13 Knot 20th Street, *12.700.
Possession May 1-t. HultaM* for
Laundry, candy tnfg. or (forage
Broadway REMCO fWth Street
PHONE 1300 RIVERSIDE.
LOFTS?STORES LOFTS
I. A ROE SKIF.fTIONs AT.L HI7.KS.
LOUIS SCHRAG, 142 West 23d St.
BROADWAY CORNER
Near 42d: 5,000 sq. ft.; Hood llgKi 21 win.
dois; suitable offices or sliowrooroo; will
divide. BTOUIH, 1M1 Broadway.
WORKS. I.OITS, lit II.IHM.M.
MlAtown Section.
AMM * ? OMI' WV. W West :<i?t.
Above 59th St.?0th A*, to North River.
OFFICES on B'WAY
Northeast Corner With St.
600 to 1200 oq. ft.
Inquire
SCHOONMAKER & JACOD
IM Hrondway.
APARTMENTS ? UNFURNISHED.
Above AOtli St.?Mh Av. to North Rlvor.
6 ROOMS & 3 BATHS
Specially Designed Italian
Liv ng Room
^Ith open fireplace. 20 ft. * 30, mn
Ipit rion<. 'iak vnlnsronted t'i celling.
136* WEST 75TH STREET
Agent on premise* or yonv tiwn broker
CITY REAL ESTATE.
From Battery to 14tli St., iDrluiit.
NO. 153 WATTS ST..
between West and Washington at*., near
vehicular tunnel to Jorsey; email three story
building: possession April. Owner, SAMUEL
KILFATRICK. 149 Broadway.
NO. 384 WATER ST..
between Oliver at. and Catharine allp, throe
story brick building, $000. SAMTTEL KIL
PATRICK. 14? Broadway. Tel. Cort. 3*03.
l'RIVATE house, 3d at., near 2d av, CHA8.
BOH KEN. 321 3d av.
Above 14th St. to 59th St. (Incluilve).
Kant lilver to North Hlver.
DOWNTOWN ROOMING HOUSES.
Oood location; lower Went Side; 4 story,
basement and cellar, well built dwelllnga:
14 rooms; possession May 1; bargain at
$17,500 each; very easy terms. Telephone
Cortlandt 3403.
Above 59tb St.?Oth Av. to Kast Klver.
BTH AV., lis fit.?Two desirable apartment
houses, with two stores each; electric light
In the halls, and property In elegant con
dition; no heat: rents 85,100 each; expenses
$2,400 each; price $<20,000 each.
H. T. WOOD. 230 BKOADWAT.
Above 88th St.?fith Av. to North River.
4 story. West 80"s, near Park; 17 rooms;
good condition; $23,COO: cash required
?5.000. COUOHLAN A CLISBT, 200 West
lid.
Washington Heights. Above 1*51 k St..
West of 8th At.
110,000 Cash buya best 45 ft. twenty family
walkup on Heights; only 8 blocks from
' 181st st. subway; bargain at $02,000.
8LAWBON * HOBBS, 162 W. T2d St.
Boroagh of Breekljn?Sals er Beat.
A REAL, HOME.
Owner leaving town would sell to respon
i slble party his home of 10 rooms, pslfaut
In every way. on a plot 40il00, with garage;
| one of the best built In llatbush; asking
$18,500, worth more, may sell for less; seen
by appointment only. HENRY L. NIELSEN
i OFp,'OEH. 1477 Flatbuah av. Mansfield 83W.
BHHlllTON Una, Kings Highway station;
palatial detached residence, 4<>xl<>0: double
, garage; H rooma and ballroom. 2 tiled baths,
| tiled kitchen, built In tiled shower, elwctrlo
Ity, steam, parquet, Instantanaous water
) heater; sale or rent. Owner, 3 East ]4th.
I ^on* Btuyvaaant 0*783.
tlEAUTlFUL four story dwelling on Park
place, e>ery Improvement; will sell coin
i tiMely ftirnlshed If desired, terms. E. A.
SVTPEn, 4ft Wall St. Hanover 7508
FLATBl.'HH.?Two family burgs!:., *6.25?);
11 rooma. AMERSFORT PARK REALTY
CO., 1674 Flatbuah av., corner av. 1. Mld
wood 8230.
PIBRREPONT HT , 24.?For sale, reasonable,
on the Heights, 5 minutes from Wall St.,
slegant three story dwelling and extension
dining room. J. P. ZEBEOA. Phone Main
6520.
REFINED NEIGH BO RHOi >l >7
Beautiful house, II rooms, 2 bath*: plot
50x100; every modem convenience; owner
going abroad; asks $21,500; seen by appoint
ment only. HENHY I,. NIELSEN OFFICES.
1477 Flatbuah av. Mansfleld 33fB.
S. di> ST.?Near Berry at., 3 story and basw
rnent brick and brownatone; occupied by 3
famllle*; bargain. $l),000. Phone ureanpolnt
2472.
REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY.
Long Island?Sale or Rent.
TO CLOSE ESTATE.
I Will sell my home, 6 room*, all tmprove
J mcnts, *team heat: corner; hardwood floor*,
l gas. electricity; close to station; coal In
' cellar; choice neighborhood; price $7,800.
M?B. NOLAN. 161 Cleveland av., Mlneola
Weslchester^-Sale or Rent.
FOR sal* at Mount Vernon. 100-111 N. Ter
race av.?Two three family brick apart
ment houses, swell front, all Improvements,
four apartment*. 8 moms each: two apart
ment*. flvr rooms each; one apartment va
.?sted at short rotlc# If necessary, anotle
vacated on demand; can be Inspected betwvci
10 and 6 o'clock, any day; cftali require I
ftt.ooo to $10,000, balance on mortgaga at
iMMk Apcl* GHJUL ARM&HXIUKR,
HEAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY.
Now York htutr?or B?al.
LARGE) BUMMER BOARDINO HOUSE.
artly furnished; high elevation,, fine view;
mile# from depot, 10 mlle? from Pough
keepsie; berrieii and small fruit* of all kinds;
60 acrea of land; plenty of outbuilding*' fine
carriage house and big barns; everything In
good condition;- price $12,000.
L. T. PAVI3,
-02 Church *t.. Poughkeepsie, K.
Mew Janey?Sale er Rent.
FORTY ACRES, 85 miles from New York
city, 9 acriw valuable stone quarry, the
rust wood, bringing good price In market.
Address M. BOLBN, 07 Atlantic at., Jersey
Olty.
FARMS, tracts, lakes, dwellings for sale.
EDWARD J. OA HI LL. Uoonton. N. J.
I'llOPfcRTIEH at Mountain Lakes and Boon
ton. EDWARD J. CAHILL. Boonton. N. J.
TENAF1LY.?Magnificent modern nine room
cottage In best section; closc station; (
*10,000; photographs. HOVER, 212 Broad
way, New York. |
BUSINESS PLACES TO LET.
From Battery to 14th St.. Inclusive.
BOWERY, 259.?Two lofts. 20x100; all light.
CAMPBELL, 8T.6 Bowery.
d6wNTOWN OR UPTOWN SPACE.
Desk room, $20; private office, $30 and up;
also mall privilege, $."> monthly; telephone
attendant; excellent service; no lea.se re
quired. For uptown, 50 Fourth av. (opposite
Wanamakor's). For downtown. 296 Broad
way. Phone 250 Worth.
DESIRABLE office space, about 2^5 sq. ft.,
or desk room. John St., near William.
Phone Reekman 2188.
DESK ROOM, Broadway, near Fulton Bub
way station; rent $30; state business. A 801
Herald, Fulton st.
LOFT TOLEASE.
Fireproof building, 31 Fast 10th St., near
Broadway, second floor, 44x94; 2 elevators;
Immediate possession. WM. D. KILPATRICK,
owner, 140 Broadway. Cortlandt 3403.
487 Broadway, coriier-Broome st.; 5 light
offices. 200 sq. ft. up. Apply at building
or F. J. Oullfoyle & Co., 165 Broadway.
Tel. Cortlandt 7475.
Above 14th St. to 09th St. (Inclusive).
East River to North litter.
ATTRACTIVE room, 41 West 21st St., manu
facturing allowed. 8HAR17M, 170 B'way.
ATTRACTIVE lofta, 20,000 foet, 40x140, 207~
209 E. 40th. 2764 Acnflerny. owner. _
FOR Rent?Very desirable small priva'n of
flca, with telephone service. Apply room
1410. 81 Union Square.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION.
Four large, light lofts. 60x90; steam heat,
high celling*, elevator; best section of New
York; reasonable rent! long lcaso.
THE MAINTENANCE CO.. INC..
449-453 WEST 42D STREET.
SEVERAL SMALL UNITS,
300 to 1,000 sq. ft. of office space.
Available May 1,
In the Marbrldge Building,
BROADWAY AT 34TH ST.
Inquire office of building, room 1143, or
Phono 772 Fltz Roy.
SUITE of four offices and outer office, fully
partitioned. In Grand Central section, may
ho had from May 1, 1021, at very low price.
Telephone Vanderhllt 7256.
Above 69th St.?6th Av. U East River.
STORES (S), 1900 I^exlngton av.?Can alter
Into 1; steam heat: manufacturing or other
business. Phone Longacro 1266.
Miscellaneous.
LOFTS?Possession; 133 W. 24th, 25x110; 1.1
W. 20th, 56x92; 128 Blocrker St., 25x100; 21
White St., 50x100. OWNER. 2722 Longacre.
OFFICES, LOFT8. WAREHOUSES, SHOW
ROOMS; ALL KECTION8. J. CLARENCE
DA VIES, 32 NASSAU ST.; JOHN 1171. 61
EAST 42D ST.; VANDERBILT 9175.
Borough of Brooklyn.
FOR LEASE?BROOKLYN.
Central receiving and distributing point;
passenger and freight traffic by two sub
ways, three ferries and bridge; 15 minutes
to wall at. and Manhattan City Hall.
THREE STORY BRICK WAREHOUSE ON
WATERFRONT AND R. R., 12 blocks south
of Brooklyn Bridge, 8 blocks to Brooklyn
Borough Hall, 3 blocks to South Ferry; 225
lbs. floor load; 22,000 sq. ft. at 50 cents.
TWO STORY WAREHOUSE ON WATER
FRONT AND R. R., 100x200 ; 40.1W) sq. ft.;
250 lbs. floor load; $18,000 per year.
TWO STORY RRICIv. 117x125; 8 blocks to
Brooklyn Borough Hall, 3 blocks to South
Ferry; convertible to factory; 30c. per aq. ft.
Apply to JULIUS HARDER, 120 West 32d
?t., Manhattan. Telephone Watklns 4652.
Cnnnectlent.
STORE to rent heart of Bridgeport, five
montiw; good for all lines of sales or auc
tion business. 8. REICH, 11S8 Main ?t.,
Bridgeport. Conn.
APARTMENTS?FURNISHED.
APARTMENTS-HOTEL. SAN REMO,
overlooking beautiful Central Park?on Cen
tral I'ark West from 74th to 75tli st.: newly
decorated apartments of 2. or o rooms and
bnth; furnished or unfurnlsh-d; hotel ser
vice, restaurants, homelike ineals, perfect
service. Telephone Columbus 0700.
AM desirous of finding tenant used to nice
things for furnished house, 10 rooms. 3
baths. Telephone any day bet. noon aitd 3
P. M., 7372 Watklnw.
BEAUTIFUL corner, 2 rooms, bath, over
. looking Central Park; gentleman. Phone
Columbus 93H1.
TO sublet. In the firos\cnor, 10th st. and
Rth av., two lnrge rooms and bath;
per month; completely furnished. DOUOLaS
GIBBONS t CO., 0 E. 40th st Vander
bltt 620.
TWO and three room suites, most attract- j
Ively furnished and conveniently situated; ;
highest Class hotel service; unsurpassed
cuisine; leases. HOTEL SCHUYLER, 67
West 4Mh et. Prynnt 1181.
TWO beautlfuf furnished rooms, bath and i
kitchenette; W. 73d et., near Mroadwax. I
Coltunbua WW.
THREE rooms, modern; all outsl le rooms.
Jerome 1881.
WEST ENf> AV.. 681.-Attractively furnished
two rooms, kitchenette; accommodate three,
aouhern exposure. river view; exclusive
nrlghboBhood. JONES, _ _____
WAV'ERI.ET PLACE?Five room apart) lent,
piano, telephone. Spring r.U'i", phone i.fier rt.
18TH. 12? West.?Attractively furnished
studio apartment. 3 rooms, bath; open flre
plaee; steam heat; non-housekeeping;
42D, 228 Wast.?luxurious furnished bache'or
apartments, consisting of parlor, bedrpao
and bath; $30 to $S0 weekly; full hotel ser
vice.
64TH ST. (Broadway). Hotel Albentarln?
Parlor, bedroom and bath; reasonable rates.
(UTH, ;<0 East.?Tliree room furnished apart
ment to sublet for two months; mod.rate.
SCHULTZ. BA
BIST BT.. 10 WEST (P&Sadena), corner
Broadway?Near elevated, subway; newly
decorated 2. 3 room*, batli, overlooking park,
bountiful closets. light, linen, maid iervlce
Included. $30 jro weekly, ftSB-fSftO monthly ;
restaurant In t?itlldlng. Columbus 1400.
07TH ST.. 33 WEST.-Artlatically furnished
duplex studio housekeeping apartment. 7
rooms; Immense studio with north lltsht, fire
place; restaurant In building. to Oct. 1, with
probability of lonper lease If desired; *M75
per month: may b? seen 11-4 or by appoint
ment. THOMPSON. 3227 Columbus
titD, 1M Went?Apartments of 4 rooms, con
slstlr.? of large llvln* room, bedroom, din
lng room, tils kitchen. Ice refrigeration.
f'Mtlcnlnrly fine bathroom, alcove shower;
f 2 bedrooms ng? required, dining room run
be furnished ns an extra bedroom; apart
ments are sumptuously furnished; rental $.V>0
monthly; also apartment* of 3 rooms, con
sisting of bedroom, combination living and
dining room, tile kitchen. Ire refrigeration,
larg.' bathroom, alcove shower; rental 122.1
to ?2*n monthly; maid service supplied If
desired. Apply Hupt. on premises. Tel. Co
lumbus 7fl40
72D, 210 West.?'Three rooms, kitchenette,
hath; restaurant; Vlctrola RICHARDS.
Columbus HaOl. ___ ,
MR, 2 W. (Hotel Peter StuyvesantV?
Room and bath, furnished, unfurnished,
sublet October JL Apt. ?28. Schuyler 297fl.
MTH, ;io? W.?a, r., 6 Immense rooms, south
ern exposure, furnished; elevator, tele,
phone, reasonable rental; excellent transit
facilities.
K*TH. 2WI 228 Weat.?Nfoely furnished five
room apartment to sublet. Call 10 A. M.
to 4 P. M , Apartment 0.
187TH ST. (facing Broadway).?Newly fur
nlshsd B room apartment; a bargain must
tak>- furniture to get leaae. t> 1r.? Herald.
Herald sn. _ ,
17?TH ST.. W?Elegantly furnished apart
ment. 4 rooms. 1 room unfurnished; ele
vator, telephone service: reference* positive
ly required. Wl4B> PUMMI Solo.
bflt Weat ff 1st (apt. 22>?Uour lTuht root.,,-,
nttrsctlvely fuffllflgl: HM>.
?4it advt) t iBtmrnt ill th? Lost and
Found column* of THF WETV YORh
HKRALD offirt n real of
reccHwrtaa lot* property.
APARTMENTS ? UNFURNISHED
1 rum Battery to ltth St.. Incluelve.
4TH. 228 West (Greenwich
light rooroa, bath, steam heat. ,
Above 14tl? St. to 59th St. <lnclo?t*e).
Kant Uiier to North lUver.
LEXINOTON AV., 246.?Wonderful floor,
nowly decorated, will furnish. extension.
bath, electricity. _ ~
- 15 RAST 48TH.
Two room* and bath; valet. maid
Restaurant Crllllon. Apply superintendent.
"irth ST.. 133 West.?Two and three room
Suites; also floors; especially adapted for
bachelors; Been daily after 1J noon.
25TH. 248 W.-Four rooms, bath, "team
heat, electric light. parquet flooring and
all Improve!'tents; telephone service.
' 30TH ST., B and 8 Kast.
Two rooms and batu;
modern apartinttot?
30-43 EAST '7TH ?*..
between Madison and 4th **?? .5'located
apartments. 3-4-T rooms; centrally located.
rents rr,--""- ""mlaee.
07TH, 819 East.?Seven rooms and bath, all
improvements; $100 month. ...
62 W."48th-Vrry attractive, sunny room..
with hath; good service; reasonable^
Above 5!>tb St.-tth At. to East River.
V1VV ROOMS AND BATH. $71". TO ?106
?Jn. ?o ')(>o to <100, which Includes cost of
H Sfc&w'ss? S'E
iKVi,,r.T^wVf.'f5uiK8HA11K'"
HONS, agents, 85 Liberty ?t. ??
Tint EE ROOMS AND BATIt, $">0.
on 1st floor In the coopc.ratlveplan_eev-ator
vestment $1,260; the rental value of tht? 3
room apartment being $100. the^v?rtm*r.
Is saved In two years. VVILLIAM CRUm
SHANK'S BOW 8R Liberty ?t. .
75TH 815 Park Are.?1 room*. 3 baths,
from April 1. Agent on premises. ?
Above 59th St.?6th At. te North Hlver.
APARTMENTS-HOTEL SAN REMO,
overlooking beautiful Central
tral Park West from 74th to 46th *t., newijr
decorated apartments of 2. 8 or o roorns a ,
hath- furnished or unfurnlahed. hotel eer
vice!' restaurants, homellke meaU. p.rf.?
service. Telephone Columbus 61OO.
it W. 81st Si.?Elegant three large room#.
bath and kitchenette,
Bquare Park; elevator and door service
whole floor ln
steam-heat, electric light; call any time.
?1ST ST.. 34^ W.?f> immense rooms, 2 batto
rooma; elevator; Immediate possession.
TRIBELHORN.
100TH ST. (2847 Broadway)?St* and 7 rootn*
and bath; also studio apartments of 1 an?J
2 rooms and bath, open flreplace. all modern
appointments. Phone Riverside -868. ,
104TH. 244 West.?Eight newly decorated,
cheerful rqpnis; elevator; exceptional trana
portatlon; unoccupied. ?^
122D, B00 W?Seven largo rooms and hath,
extra lavatory and toilet; clho'? ch'vato
corner building; bargain $135, private ram
lly only; Immediate possession.
Borough of Bronx.
17CTH, 845 East?4 rooms, front. beautiful
situation: $S0. Apply superintendent.?
182b ST.. 452 EAST.
High class apartment, five ro? ? J ? _?" ,
noor. In two family house; good for profes
slonal; also garage.
Borough of Brooklyn.
nnwntTOH PARK?Five rooms, steam bet*..
BS".?M JACKBON, 187 Montague
mTppur AV.. 450.?Top floor in private
house, large'kitchen, heat and gas; houf?
with owtief. 2 adults only; rent $-'0. Apply
basement bell.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
East Side.
ALLKRTON HOUSE FOR MEN
provides the sociability of a club the cor
veiilsnce of a hotel at a fraction of the cost
of accommodations In a first class hotel . the
newest of the Allerton group, a 17 etory
building, 55th and Madls?m av..
18 NOW READY FOR OCCi<? _
57TH~ST.. 221 E.?Choice rooms reasonable;
select house; _*LL imprnvi>montiireference*
fcMTH ST., 144 East. -Two front rooms, suit
able for three; Ught housekeeping, all CQ?
venlences; near subway and elevateo.
V.'ALSH.
West Side.
BROADWAY, 1730.?Handsomely
sunny room; with o^^^outprivatebath^
no other roomers; suitable ''"""P. n(.rfocf
Kentlemen; references exchanged. p.
service. BLANCH ARP._Phgh* 355 Clrcl*--~
' HOTEL NOMI9.
Room. wlM&tebath? 112j^wgr^wmjj
out. $5 up; every convenience, lelepnont
Momlngflde 848 and 706- ??-?
LARGE front room, threo windows. ?ul ab ?
one or two f??tiimen. UjJ*1** prlV*'"
residence, Phono 4317 Audubon. _
RIVERSIDE. 228 (95th).-Large room, far.,
ing Drive; suitable two. Riverside 6-41,
MAXWKLL. ? '
vri'noT AS AV.. 813 [15lit).-UP^
date furnished room. vvltU ? ?? J
hoard, prhate family. Audubon 7136.
TvphtHend'aV m 2.?Beautifully furnished
apartment, 2 rooms, kitchenette and bath;
would sell furniture reasonable. ________
fiaT 342 W.?Large, comfortable roorr..
' kitchenette privilege
able business couple, $15 weekly.
Columbus 9184.
f4TH ST.. 150 W.?Newly furnished ntslderi0.,
twin beds: electricity; $12. 114. 118.
i5V) Tr W ?Parlor, connecting bedroom: 1" *
vat e bath, toilet! electricity; kitchenette;
reasonable. __ ?- , ?v
851H. 164 West.-Large room with prlvat
bath; also small room.
86TI1 ST.,'340 West.?Attractive room, afl
joining bath; high class apartment. gen
tleman. Apt. ? E. Schuyler ..,41.
iiiTti ht ".51 w.?Newly decorated, large
light mom; refined gentleman; quiet sur
round Inge.
,n.rti 217 Wert.?tiood room, adjoining
for one or two; all conveniences,
kHclien privileges.__v:aN. llUW Academy^
WfiTl 1 ST 409 West.-Large room. Ppva'*
opposite City College; telep^^elgtrtclty;
141 ST ?T near
mSSKto?Vrtferen^- Audubon 2860. apt. 1A,
Borousb of
ATTRACTIVE room*. t>i-l9 weekly, conven
iences. SINCLAIR HOTEL. 163 Fulton
Bklyn.
BAY RI1M1E Section <1227 4rtth rt.).?Larga
front room, suitable for 2; Christians only;
board optional. For particular* phono Sun
Wt ftMW.
BERKELEY PLACE. 10ft (7~th and nth avi".)~
?Attractive to guests appreciating refined
?unrounding*: excellent service; parquet
floors; convenience*. Tel. Sterling 2223. _
FLATIJU8H.?Attractively furnished, 1 or"3
rooms; refined private family, all conven
lenrea; near subway. Mid wood 6017.
HKIOHTH (2r.r. Hicks st ) .?Comfortably fur
nished room; telephone, electricity, other
eonv enlencea.
HEIGHTS, 40 Sidney jilao.o.-Large rooms;
electricity, telephone. Mnm 0I7K,
HERKIMER ST., 0*> (near Nostrand av.i ?
Hall bedroom. Decatur 2WP2.
STERLINO PLACE. MM i iiaar Underbill > ?
large furnished room, also small; >!>->12
lloroii(h of 4)neen?.
RICHMOND HILL. Large, comfortably fur
nished room, suitable 2 gentlemen or busi
ness cotiplo; hoard optional. Richmond Mill
nt.iPW.
BOARDERS WANTED.
H2P. 124 W. (C.rayi-ourt)Spacious parlors,
lounge, steam heat; room*, single, ?>n suits.
OHSTiB B.?Couple hoard chMfnii t*?
years up; mother's care. CLARK.
COUNTRY BOARD.
Westchester.
, THE HOPH1N. 54b Prospect ar.. Mount Ver
non; five minutes' walk to New Haven
station; two rooms, private hath and porcb,
other desirable vacancies. Phone 2023.
New York.
CHILDREN'S COUNTRY HOME.
near New York city; unlike an Institution;
reasonable rates
Phone Congers 0J.
DR. FAUST,
1 VALLEY CI iTTAtlE, N. T.
PURCHASE AND EXCHANGE.
I I psy 2."T) mors than any one for your fur
niture. rugs, pianos, paintings. n.VISLEI,
116 liul\?riTty place. (8turve?ant 22OT).

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