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RENTS SITE FOR BIG
57TH ST. BUILDING
Fred. Brown Sees Opportunity
in New Retail Trade Zone
West of Fifth Avenue.
?rttdeiick Brown, the operator, leased
throe old apartment houses on West
Fifty-seventh and Fifty-eighth streets,
near Sixth avenue, and announced yes
terday that as soon as building condi
tions are more settled he would im
prove the site, which contains 17,000
fiuare feet, with a t?n or fifteen story
store and office building. Mr. Brown
said he was influenced In entering into
fiie deal by the rapid extension of the
retail business section along Fifty
foventh street west of Fifth avenue.
The lea?'; Involves th ? old fashioned
Soncy apartments at 49 and ?"? West
Fift' -srvftfitli street, having a frontage
of 200 feet, and the Bier helm ard Blft
k more apartments In the rear, having a
frontage of X00 feet on Fifty-eighth
street. All are seven story structures
owned by the estate of John W. Simp
son, from which Mr. Brown acquired a
lease for twenty-one years, with two re
newal privileges, making a total term
of sixty-three years. For this lease
Mr. Brown announced yesterday he will
pay .an ag?re>gate rental of $5,000,000.
The site Is the largest available one
In the entire section. It is west of the
graceful "Cathedral of Commerce" which
George Backer is building for August
Heekacher at the southwest corner of
Fifth avenue and Fifty-seventh street
and is about equidistant between the
Fifty-seventh and Fifth avenue sta
tions of the Broadway-Seventh avenue
subway. It is but a few steps from the
Sixth avenue "I/* station at Fifty
eighth street
Mr. Brown was represented in the
transaction by Julius H. Zlesser, and
the executors of the Simpson estate,
Philip G. Bartlett, Dwlght W. Morrow
and George H. Howard, were represent
ed by Hamilton C. Rickaby of Simpson,
Thatcher & Bartlett, attorneys. Ber
nard Smith & Sons were the brokers.
Biff Garage Leased From l'lans.
The Chelsea-Moore Corporation, which I
Jlans to erect a four story garage,
'rontlng COS feet on the north side of
West Twenty-tliird street and 101 feet
m the east side of Thirteenth avenue,
las leased the proposed bulldir,? for
twenty-one years at an aggregate rental
jf $1,400,000.
The lessees of the buildtni, which will
:over a plot containing 20.0O0 square
Feet, are Silkovitz, Levi & Simkovitz.
rhe new structure will accommodate
100 cars and Is to be erected by the
Standard Concrete Steel Company. I
Plans have bec-n drawn by W. W. l'ar
rar, architect. James NT. Wells's Sovis ;
arranged the transaction.
Sells Sronll Wall Street Parcel.
In the Veeey street auction sales
?oom yesterday Bryan L. Kennelly sold
in partition for $1,000 the small Interior
parcel, 10.7x23.1x12.7x23.10. in tho rear
af 116 and 118 Wall street and 61 and
R2 South street. Particular interest
ittached to this offering because it was
reported that more than 100 persons
ivere defendants in the partition action,
which was brought by the Lawyers
Realty Company on behalf of a large
sugar concern, to clear title. The plain
:iff acquired the property on a single
bid.
Other Deals in Manhattan.
Daniel B. Freedman resold to the
tenant the four story business building
fit 812 Eighth avenue, adjoining the
northeast corner of Forty-ninth street,
?."xl00, purchased last week by Mr.
FYeedman from the estate of Frances
A.doia<de Lawranee. Haro'd L Lewis
"?as the broker in both transactions.
James L. Van Sant resold through
David Phelffer to Philip Silverman 125
und 127 East 129th street, a four story
9tabl", 50x100, which the seller recently
furehascd from tho Payne eotatfi. Thb
building will be used for a furniture
warehouse.
Joseph M. May sold for S. Llebmann's
k'ins' Brewing Company to Beck &
Fleischer, tenants, the four story brick
building at 272 East Third street
Tankoos, Smith & Co. lcnsed for the
305 Broadway Company, represented by
H. S. Ely & Co.. agents, the northerly
-Lore at 309 Broadway In the Langdon
Building, at the northwest corner Broad
r ty and Duane street, to the Robcy Hat
Stores, Inc., operating a chain of stores.
Apartment anil Flat Sales.
W. H. Ebbltt Company sold for Ed
mund Bsylles the five story apartment
house at the southeast corner of Am
sterdam to and 179th street to
D. H. Jackson.
A '"^""rson Company sold 125
West 133d street, a five story apartment
'ouse. 27x1 mi, for Frances S. Braum to
I'annie L. Wood.
Se,3tM Company sold for
Willl.irn J Taylor hi-, apartment in 15
" *?t Sixty'-seventh st-^nt to Mrs. Mabel
T. Mor .'burs'. Albert B. Ashforth, Inc..
nero s?s >ei:>te brokers.
In the Dwelling Market.
Mulvihill & Co. resold for Julia Dillon
he threr. story dwelt in* at 45 East 126th
street, 2 xl00. to Mary A. Brosnan. *
Fits How-ell sold for Mary L. T'.rouner
epresented by D'^ Witt, Lockmsn & De
(Vitt, the three story dwelling, 15x91.11,
319 West 137t!i street, to James B
doodwin. The same broker also resold
for Thomas H. Marsh th* three storv
iwelllng I9.flxf,9.11, at 211 W-:'t 130th
?'reel, to Jul||i Birmingham for occu
nancy.
Sidney I. Warsavror sold for the Slne
1 ail Realties Corporation the three story
1 welling, 10*100.ij. a? ^ 14 We?f 114th
street.
MISCBUiARIOtl LEASES.
M ?fr L Bess. Inc., leased to Ard'ew
Koch. Ine , dealers in ntnslcal Instru
ment*, Offices In 1133 Broadmoy; a'so
nfllces in 13n Hast Twentieth street to
the K'Jrm 11 Knitting Mills. am\ a floor
-i 301 Seventh avenue to the Kay Dee
Waist Company.
Tankoos. So: it.! Co. l. ajed the north*
-??iy store Iif 30" Broadway to tin. Robey
Rat st'tret, inc.
P. M. '-,e;u A Co. leased for Adolph S.
T n; dau the five ttory bulldlnp at 230
U'est Twenty-seventh street to the
Snapanka it> n'ty Company, tenants, who
will alter the building into stores and
loft*.
White-Goodman leased srsce In 7-9
Hast T*von::eth street to Babash, Kallo
? Froff; In 142 W?sl Twenty-fourth
?tre.it to Chslken, Kkrer ft Kaufman:
second lot Iti 503 Eighth avenue to
u "ri;lnne Embr' Idery '.'crapany, and the
building ? 82 Walker stre.-t to William
Mulhol'a nd.
i"har'?s F, N'oyes Company l?a,?*d two
tloors In 211 Pearl ?'re?t for Ho-atlo
Craig to M F William* and \V. B.
Wes.?lttu for thren years lit an arffrof.'Ht*
rental of 110,000; floor In It Beaver
; treet to F. A. Msrsily k Co , and offices
In 35 South William street to the COm
in' mvealth Shlpnlner Company.
Haacfftr 'm-Cailen Compiny leased of
fice-- And salesrooms in the corner Broad
way and 8lxty-sevent> street to Charles
Haldane; Samuel It. Ilartln, home of
fice of tho National AHfto< intlon of Au
dubon Societies, and the Hudson District
Office of tho C'.virlty Organization So
clety of X. York.
II;irris-l>11>i i> Company, publishers,
leased, through Frederick Vox '"o.. th<
f>mrt.h floor In tho n< w l"o* Building, a;
257 Ma llscn avenue, southeast corner ct
Fbrty-fl'.d sireet.
Tred B. Sturgls and B. W. Lyon leased
half of the sixth floor In 126 Liberty
street to the Chlpman Chemical Kn-;
gineering Company; spac<- in 7 Wail \
street to William Kirkra'rlck ; for the
Dominion properties Company, with
William A. While & Sc.\s. suite of rooms
in 16 Exchange place to R. A. Soich &
Co.
Henry Shapiro & Co. and Spear & Co.
leased to Harry Hhoades a store anu
basement in the southwest corner of
Fourteenth street and Fifth avenue at:
an aggregate rental of $50,000
HU berth & Huherth luatid 'he f?u"
story dwelling nt 537 West Fifty-elgi.ih ?
to Alr>honsin< U Besmer
Joseph 1* Day leased the building at
37 3 to 3M Washington street, at the
northeast corner of Beach street, 59.3x
CO, five stories and b; se.nent. to th
.Northwestern Electric Euuipment Com
pany.
M. & L. Hess, Inc., leased office 3pace
in :s29 and 331 Fourth avenue to the
L. <c B. Importing Company, Carl Fein
stein and Artnur Heifer; also the store
and basement in 132 West Thirtieth
street to Moses N. Berlin; also the
second floor in 136 West Thirty-fourth
.street to Fred fteinetz.
BRONX TRANSACTIONS.
Edward H. Burger : old the five story
apartment house on the southeast corm ??
194th street and Briggs avenue, north
of Fordliam road, to Alexander D.
Adams. Sylvesta Mascola, of D. A. j
Trotta, Inc., was the broker.
John L. Pendergaat sold for the Had
denhorst estate the five story flat at
3S3 East 134th street to Charles Tewko
bury, and for F. Burns to M. O'Neill th? '
dwelling, 20x100, at 410 East 136th
street.
B. Schildhaus & Julius Trattner
sold for M- Shlionsky to A. Goldberg
the four story tenement at 2087 Webster
avenue, ' 38.75x100, and for Barbara
Roesch to Jacob Grossman 1175 Stebblns .
nveime, a. three family house, j|0.&4x !
22.3 feet.
BROOKLYN DEALS It IS PORTED,
William J. Smith sold for Weiss Bros,
their theatre on Fifth avenue, corner
Fourth street, to James J. King, who
will make extensive alterations.
Louis Arnold sold 466 Carlton avenue,
a two and one-half story dwelling, lSx
100, for Joseph Vollkommer; also 546
Putnam avenue, a two story dweltSisf,
20x100, for the Llttl&wood estate, and
501 Carlton avenue, a three story dwell
ing, 20x96, for the estate of Amelia
Wright Wlckstead.
Meister Builders, Inc., sold the four
story three family house, 20x100, at
16C2 Nostrand avenue.
Henry Plerson & Co.. Inc.. sold 15
Prospect Park avenue, near President
t treet, a three story dwelling, for Walter i
Kraslow.
SUBURBAN TRANSACTIONS.
Prince & Ripley sold for William Leib
his residence and large plot on Howard
avenue, in the Prospect Hill section of
White Plains, N. Y., to W. S. Hockey.
Edward J. Hogan and David Tepp sold
j for H. A. Moody 79 and 81 Main street,
northeast corner of Lexington avenue,
| White Plains, N. Y., a three story build- j
! ing. 50x126. The purchasers are a syn
I dicato of White Plains business men,
| some of whom will occupy the building
j after extensive alterations are made.
Robert E. Farley Organization rented !
| for F. B. Van Kleeck his residence on I
| Greentidge avenue. White Plains, N. Y..
' to Edward H. Knealc.
H. L. Moxley & Co. leased for Butler
| Brothers, Inc., 21,000 square feet in
! building E, Hoboken Factory Terminal,
Iloboken, N. J., to the United States
Mail Steamship Company. Joseph P.
Day was associato broker representing
the lessees.
E. S. & S. F. Voss sold for Mrs. Henry
M. Peck a large plot on the corner of
Wood and Keenc lanes, in the Park sec
| tion of Woodmere, L. I., to Rudolph
1 Stein, who will improve with a houso
and garage.
John F. Scott rented for G. Clinton j
j Miller Briar Hall, at Ocean avenue and
Tanglowood Crossing, Cedarhurst, L. I.,
to Harry Lesser of St. Louis. Mo.; for
j George F. Hurd his place on Briarwood
; Crossing to Mrs. Bradley L. Ea ton ; for
Hans C. Strickler his house on Frank
lin place, Woodmere, L. I., to F. Bayard
Rives; for Miss M. Combe her house at
Hewlett, L. I., to Miss Ella L. Moore;
for William C. Ivison his house on Ken
ridge place, Cedarhurst, to Mrs. J. Tod
hunter Thompson ; for Schuyler A. Orvis
his house on White's lane, Cedarhurst,
for a term to Eliot Sumner.
Donald Carr and W. B. Edgerton
leased to Mrs. Blanche S. Wagstaff, a
writer, the country home of Mrs. John
McQueen at Manchester, Vt
Chauncey B. Griffen & Co. sold for
George H. Bliss his Colonial residence
on half aero plot in Prospect Park,
, White Flains, to H. D. Best.
Gorman H. Le.nney subleased Chester
field Inn, furnished, at Shippan Point,
Stamford, Conn., for a term of five years
to Miss Uuth Johnson. %
.11a.se D Smith rented to Chester J.
Byrne the Charles D. Kraft property
at Babylon, L. I.
RGALTl NEWS BRIEFS.
Benjamin Winter Is the lessee of the
apartment house at the southwest cor
ner of Broadway and Eighty-second
street. Harvey B. New Ins, Inc., the
brokers, have been appointed agents.
Cornelia G. Mackenzie is the buyer of
1!) Broad street, sold recently by Gilbert
Ridler.
Joseph W. Mantell and others are the
buyers of the southwest corner of Eighth
avenue and Thirty-sixth street, sold by
Arthur Cutler * Co.
Charles B. Van Valen, Inc., has placed
for the -Lebertan Corporation a loan of
$300,000 on the twelve etory office build
ing at the northeast corner of Broad
way and Maiden lane. It was purchased
by the L<ebertan Corporation last No
vember at a cost of $700,000 from the
D. A. Cushmann Estate, which had held
it for ISO years.
The 3905 Broadway Kealty Corpora
tion. with L. Slater, A. A. .ind E. J.
Cutler as directors, is the buyer ?f j
Charleston Court, a six story apartment
house at the northwest corr ?r of Hro-id- I
way and 163d street, aoId recently by th?
S. it. Raphael Comi any, broker.
The foreclosure sale of the Dreamland
property of "Big Tim" Sullivan's estate j
not acquired by the city, and fronting
Surf avenue. Coney Island, was post
poned yesterday until March 23 by Jus
tice Vr.n Stolen in th* Supl*ome Court In i
Brooklyn. The sale was scheduled to b'!
held at noon yesterday in the Brooklyn
Real Estate Exchange.
i P.ana have bucn fllej for a <ne story
, a tor? and theatre building. 104.7x187, at
the northwest side of Burnside and Cres
lon av. iueH, The Bronx. Sprlngbten &
Ooldliamtner. architects, estimate the
com at $250,000.
Roland L. Redmond, associated with
the law firm of Carter, Ledyavd & Mil
burn, is the buyer of the Robert H. I
Simpson property it Syosaet, lu I., re
cently Bold by Henry A. Rogers of the
Wheat lay Hills Real Estntft Corporation.
I.V THE AlCTION ROOM**.
(14 VEBEV STnEET.J
By H?'nry Brady.
1NTETUOR parrel and benlnnln* a> poin' 80
ft. ? 3d av and 2T..S s 7Sth*t. 20x3A3-~Sher
iff's *a1e of ail rlRht. tltls, Ac, which
' atherlno A Mulry et si, had on April 7,
IPlfl. or stn<vi; Thoo Dc Witt (A); David
H Knott. Sheriff, to Mary R and Robwrt
Ootid and Edward I> Witt, as trus.$3,200
(BRONX EXCHANGE.]
By James J. Donovan.
240TH ST, W, s S, 4S.I ft w of Tlbbett av,
4?.IkI??.7*4 KllH.8. vacant?Anzonetta B
KnRiipH vs Mlchari V. Cllleffo ot al; AS*
W Hutchlna (A). Virginia M M'Mlenhsufr
R); fill"', $1,r>41.14; tax-'*, Ac. $9.1,75. to
plaintiff ??"W"
PV JOSEPH P VAX.
jITIt ST, W. s * ror Ttl>bct ?? IS.IxlIi.i
<.-?xllfi.il, vacant Smne vs B?nJ B Balvatj
I' et si ASA W Hutchlns (A); James B
Mitchell (R)l duo, $3,188.88; taxen, Ac,
$431.M| to plaintiff "" WOO
FRANK VANDERLIP BUYS
PROPERTY FOR SCHOOL
Adds to Holdings of His Own
Institution at Scarborough.
Frank A. Vanderlip has purchased tn? j
pretentious Colonial mansion and adjoin
ing grounds known aa the Rogers home- !
stead at the corner of Albany Post roa 1
and Briarcllff road in Scarborough. Thi
property ia across the street from Mr.
Vandcrlip's h^no and his private Scar-1
borough schooihouae. It is reported that
Mr. Vanderlip will build an overhead
bridge across the Post road .^o children
attending the Scarborough school can go
back and forth to tite r.ewly acquired
school annex without wa king across tnc i
Post road, which is travelled b> so many j
automobiles.
The Rogers homested is one of the
show places of the Hudson River Vallev j
it was sold by Miss Jessie Rogers to
William Rockefeller a few years ago. j
and he, in turn, .=oid it to the Sleepy
Hollow Country Club, which leased l!
to O. C. Macy, whose family i.s oceupylnK
the place. Mr. Vanderlip bought it 'if I
the club. The residence is a largo one,
of yellow brick, with massive white pil- j
labs in front, and is surrounded by sev- i
eral acres of ground. It overlooks thy
country places of James Speyer, V.
Everit Macy, William Rockefeller and
other wealthy summer colonists.
ON STATES ISLAND.
Cornelius G. Kolff sold for George St.
John Sheffield a plot of 2 lots, 50x100,
on Delx.jfteld avenue, near Bernent ave
nue, We#?t New Brighton, to Charles
Heap, who will erect a dwelling and
garage for occupancy.
ESTATES APPRAISED.
WILLIAM F. RUTTEK (MarMi 1820>?
Estate of ?tlT.UPf. -Aif $4 ?'.'???? In -? ?ii
taxable tn New York. HJg wife, Ann Rutter,
has a life estate i . th ? ivho.e, Ills
ter, Carrie M. Ortoiea of 1 -IB Haverhill
street, has the life estate on the death of
her mother, and his grandsons, Wlliiai '? I
Rutter of Minneapolis, and Walter 1'. 1
ter of Andover, Mass., have a life estate .
one-fifth eafh.
ANNA FREEBORN MYERS (August 'J.
1920)?Gross estate, $270,423; net estate,
$464,037. Her three daughters, Jeannetle
M. Heyt of Wootfmere, L. I.; Mary Cornell
Myers of Hemps ead, L. I., ana Annie M.
tte-d of 13"' Ea*t Ninety-fourth street, re- ,
ceive $88,312 each.
BABETTE BLUMENTHAL (May 2:..
Gross estate, $211,805; net cstnte. $187.10!.
Hen sons. Alfred of 2 West Eighty-sixth
street. Gust a vi of -12 W ? r Seventieth street
snd Hush of 10 West s-'-ver.ty- i\th '?
receive $60,708 each. Her nieces, Jennie
LlnOheim <.f ."0 En ?: M ill strei t re
ceives ?n an.iul y of $?00 and 1' lem L. l.ud
wig, same address, 52,."u0. Her nepli v,
Rudolph t.lrdheini of 227 Audubon av uu> ,
$1JS00, siui her eonjpanlor, "ir iiaranov
-kl of the Hotel Leo tori, $1,000.
KENNETH I'OWS. Danve.?Estate o' $?.
428,7.10, \<ith $01,070 taxahli In New York.
As in made his will befniH he was tveti'v
oje, ho could dispose only of his p-t
property, wliieh <i mounts to $1 ."Oo..';ti... and
whl'h he left to his mother, Mrs. Jam' S.
Down nf ' "0 Park avenue, ana hi. ' r.
Dav1?* flows of Brookvillo, N. Y.. In enaai
shares.
NO MOVE TO RECOVER
ITALIAN ART PANELS
Consul-General Admits Call
at the Metropolitan.
T. F. Bernard!, Italian Consul-General
in New York, said yesterday it w is not
true that he had started an Investiga
tion on behalf of the Italian Govern
ment to determine how the Plnturicchio
panels in the Metropolitan Museum
reached this country. He admitted that
ho visited the musuem on Monday, after
he had read an article in an Italian
newspaper, to see the panels and to
find out if po-slble how they reached
the Metropolitan.
"My call to ihe museum," he said,
"was interpreted as a step to recover
the pictures. It ia not true. That is
quite an arbitrary interpretation."
It has been rather conclusively estab
lished that the panels, which were
l'l iced on exhibition in the museum a.-t
year, are those which disappeared from
Sftna in 1902. They were acquired by
the Metropolitan In 1914, by purchase
in Paris. According to Allestiandro
Olivotti, an art dealer, who has bei-n
instrumental in tracing the panels to
this city, the point at issue is not how
[ the Metropolitan acquired them but how
they -were removed and smuggled out of
| Italy. According to Olivotti efforts are
being made to trace the person who sold
them to the Metropolitan.
MRS. ECKSTEIN DENIES
SMOKING AND CHEWING
Asserts Husband Abandoned
Her .and Wants Separation.
Bernard Eckstein, who is being sued
by Mrs. Lucy n. Eckstein for separa
tion, declared In papers before Supreme
Court Justice Van Slclen in Brooklyn
yesterday that when he reproached his
wife for smoking cigars ar ! w n*,
tobacco, she said:
"You smoke clgarett< >u?
Wall, when you stop doi . II
stop smoking cigars and
bacco."
Mrs. Eckstein denied th . : , itton.
She declured her husband hail aban
doned her. In support of her applica
tion for alimony and counsel fee, she
sa d the defendant had an office at 76
Montgomery street, Jersey City, and
that his income "as a bookmaker" was
$10,000 a year.
Eckstein said he was not a book
maker. It was simply by chance wagers
on the races. he .'-aid, that he managed
to keep his wife "in finery."
Justice Van Stolen reserved decision
on the question of nl mony.
HUDSON TUBE BEGINS APRIL 16.
7.SOO Invitation* lo Be Issued for
BrraklnK of Ground.
The New York and New Jersey tun
nel commissions he'd a 1olnt conference
yesterday and fixed April 1<5 as the date
for the ceremonies In coftne^tlon with
the broaking of ground for the New
Jersey entrance to th' vehicular tunnel
under the Hudson Hirer. The ground
will be broken In Jersey City. The
Sixth Beplment of the New Jersey Na
tional Ouard, the Ks . Tump of cavalry
and detachment of the New York 3uard
under command of Brlg.-Gon. fJeorge
R. Dyer wll take part.
The conference docldod to Issue 7.50O
Invitations Amon* those to be Invited
are President Harding and the members
of his Cabinet, the Governors of New
York and New Jersey and virtually all
of the State and city officials of the
Important cities In both 8tate?.
MEMO
A MECCA OF MUSIC
A splendid, well served
supper will lay the
foundation of a pleas
ant evening while in
New York. Visitor*
nlway* conr.ult the lis
"Where to Dine" list jjl
In tht ill
SUNDAY HERALD.
SHIPPING NEWS.
(CONTINUED FROM PRECEDING PAGE.)
Leominster (Br), Gulfport (and sailed for
Hartlepool); Seine Maru (Jap). Matanzaa.
Sailed r,th. sirs San Mlchdo (Xtal>, Genoa;
Danler (Brj, Rotterdam; William A McKen
niy. New pott News.
PORT TAMPA. PI a, March 8?Arrived.
bare Ohio, Port Arthur, In tow.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa, March 8?Arrived,
strs River Orontes. (Br), Smyrna, Ac; Lake
lutler. Guantanamo; Lake (laliiteo. Havana
W .<? Elilara, Honolulu; Bonnie Brook, Ant
werp; John Jav. Genoa; Osawntomle, Bos
tor.. ?chr \Vhltob?ll? (Br). A<iuln.
Cleared 7th, str Ocmulgos. Hous'on.
CI i a red Mh, sirs Lonibardla (Sw), Port
Tartfa: Vork Harbor. Havana; Panuco, New
York Granite State, Bai imore; El Capltan.
New Vork.
Sailed 7th. PJI, str ArtUaa. Boston.
-Saiivd oth, motor ship Bayonno, New Vork.
Passed up Marcos Hook 8th, 4 PM. str San
Jose, San a Marta for Philadelphia.
Passed down Sth. 1 PM, tugs Mars, towing
barg?s Horace Allyn, for Salem. Elk Garden,
for Fall River, and Geo R Stetson, for New
buryport.
Passed down Sth. 12:50 PM, str City of
Cambridge (Br), for Karachi and Calcutta.
Passed down Reedy Island Sth. 12:30 PM,
tug Tamaqua, tow ing barges Salem, for
Boston, Monitor, for Commercial Point, and
Conowaso, for Boston.
Arrived r.'. Delaware Breakwater Sth, 3
PM, tug AugiisCno, lowing 3 barge-.
I'.',tetl out -ill, :30 A.M. airs Chickasaw.
Philadelphia for New Orleans via Gulfport
?" AM. Santa Rita, do for Baltimore; 4 :S0
AM. Boston Bridge, do for Savannah and
Jacksonville. 5,30 AM, Houma, do for Port
Lobos.
Salted Sth, 8;la AM. tugs Pocahontas, tow
ing S barges, e award; 6;50 AM, Harold,
towing 2 barges, do.
In harbor 8th, 8 AM, schr Chas S Gaw
thtcp.?Wind S, G miles; dense fog; smooth
sea
PORTLAND, Me, March 7?Arrived, tug W
B Keene. Boston (and left with barge Dairen
for New Vork).
Arrived 7th, str Cabotia (Br>, St John, NB.
Arrived 8*h, str Gari??iui.. Norfolk.
Arrived Sth, str G,:orge W Barne.1, Tnra
plco.
.Sailed Sth, rtr Inland, Norfolk.
Sailed sth, 111 r-. - Bnthsate, with bar-,o
SearTj.'ort. for N"rto!k (rails at Boston for
bargo Bu^jor) ; Waltham. lo.vlng burge Ha
va:ut. Norfolk for Fall River.
PRO V IN C ETOWN. Mass, March 7?Ar
rive!, tug Swatara, Philade'plila fur Boston,
with batges Tohlckon (for ScHuate). Maha
noy and Paxtang (and proceeded this fore
noon).
PROVIDENCE. RI. .March 8?Anchored be
low, schr Theoitne. Jacksonville for Boston.
SAN FTUiNOXSOO, Cal. March 6?Arrived,
bark Adolf Vinnen (Ger),.Santa Rosalia.
Sailed 8th, strs Hawkeyis State, Honolulu;
D G Schofleld, Philadelphia.
SEATTLE, Wash, March ^-Arrived, strs
Steel Maker. Portland. O; Edmoro, Hong
Kong via Vancouver.
Sailed 6th, str Mukilteo, Honolulu.
Sailed 8th, str Tokushlma Maru (Jap), Yo
kohama
SaVAVN'AH. Ga. March 8?Arrived, strs
Lake Desha. Sagun Ik Grande; Merrimack,
Jacksonville (and sailee fo: Philadelphia).
Sailed Sth strs liraslitr Liverpool: San
Francisco, Barcelona at"'. Genoa: Emm I Arp
(Fr), Philadelphia. Caledonia (Sw). Santiago
''tiba; City of Montgomery, New Vork.
TEXAS CITY, Tex, March G ?In port, str
Glen (worth (Br), for Bristol.
VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass, March 7?Re
turned. schrs Maria A Howes (Br), TrapanI
for Portland; Mabel E Gutin iBr>, Port Read
I:--i for Halifax; Georgia D Jenkins, do for
t" John. NB.
WILMINGTON, NC, March 7?Arrived, str
Je: :ah Macy. New York. ?
AMERICAN PORTS
II!y Mall.)
ARANSAS PASS. Tex. March 3?Arrived,
motor ship Iiuthi: Ine, Tamplco.
BATH, Me. M . 1 C?Arrlv. d, schr Court
ney c Houc.it, Starsport (to tie up).
GLOUCESTER. Mass, March #-Arrived,
barge Irene, Noifolk.
H< tNCLCLU, Mar h 2-Arrived, str West
Hike, San Pedro ^chr Alice Cooke, Be'llng
ham.
Ga ' 6 2d. str \W44h"lm!m<, San Francisco.
T AUTHl'R, Tex, March 3?Sailed, str
Ar-vl ? n. Tampl'-n.
SAN FRANCIS -0. Cal. March 2?Sailed,
?tr Henry T Sco't, Seattle.
SAN PEDRO, cal, Mar<h 2?Arrived, strs
Collegian (Br) San Fran sco, fir, for Lon
don; Llebre, Anacnpa Island.
Sailed 2d, str Klyo Marti (Jap), Valparaiso
via ports.
ST THOMAS, VI. Feb 22?Arrived, se'ir
Hlaneho C Pendleton. Oporto (and sailed
2." th for Norfolk); 2">ii, s'rs LaV.o Sur.aj 'e,
Windward Islands (and sailed 27'.h for San
tiago and later returned); Parltnu tBri, New
Vork for Barbados, (and proc- cded);
27'h, Lake Elrlo. Barbados (and sailed for
Cuba); 24th, Laurel, Port Arthur for Buenos
Aims.
Sailed 24th, motor Dana (Dan), on fishing
ornise.
SABINE, Tex, March 4?Arrived, strs Sun
beam, Chester; Perfection, Tampko (towing
barge 8.1).
Naval Orders
Sptrial Despatch to Tub New Yn&x HinAUi.
N>w Yorli Herald Hurran. I
Washington, D. C., March 8. (
Thess naval order" have b^en made public
I.I?it?enant-Commander John P. Bow den, to
Adattc Station; Lieutenant -Commander
Greene W. Dusser, to I". S. S. Dahlpren.
LleuU nant-Cnminander Edward W. Hanson,
to Asiatic Btatlm; Lieut. James C. Masters,
to lT. 8. B. Baton as supply officer; Lieut.
Gordon B. Woolley, to Asiatic Station.
Fire Record
V '
A M. t.o?*
145 W'M 44th St.. F!<!' r t
Df-'-l Trlfllns
' 10:55 -345 Kn-' 17'h St., St': vesnnt
HUh Pehool No damage
11:28?101* Felle at., Bronx; Sadie
Bnsenherc Unknown
11:25 22:i W.-? 77th st., garaga owned
hv Studebakai Co Unknowi
3:50?205 Ea*t Mth at.: Lo;;M M<'n
n Unknown
t: 1 rt? 1 Ort M"'! 1!.; unknot e
<t:00?140 W(nt Broadway: : hram
JJix Cotnany. ..Unknown
(1:45?C750 Third av ; P'ro!!er *.
Co unknown
?:0tt?2?1 Bast 150th st . Tie Bronx;
? Hlrshfleld A InslMn Unknown
0:15?Pike end Cherry , \acan*
lot; Xev York .Tou ? ?
SUGAR IMPORTERS SURD.
iricrntlnr Firm AftU* $2,non,000
Dnmanp Under rnntrm t.
Suit for $2,000,000 damages moo flic i
in the Supreme Court yesterday b> .Mo*
j & Co., sugar Importer* and eaport'-ri ot
; Buenos Aires, against Llata A Co.. Irr
j porter?, of SO Wall street, for br< u h of
contract.
I The Buenos Aires firm alleges that
, they sdftned a contract with Llata A Co.
1 on July 18, 1920, to deliver I.1" ? -t\- '
j sugar at $4 50 a ton. When the u/h
wat delivered, th" plaintiffs a lie it
was refused by the New York ' rni
|and they were compelled to expend
$25,000 for wnrehotis< charge." v t'ii
brought the total frost of the su?r <r up < ?
approximately the amount for which
they arc suing.
MONET TO LOAN AND WA9TXD
ON BOND AND MORTGAGE.
Geo.llcrtsr.inc. *.Z* VrtV?r?! *??
CITY REAL ESTATE.
David Stewart, iWR*^tK4?M>t.
KltANl IM II. RURRRT,
Ml Broadwn*. Phone Hircllf 5.141.
r.OWAKD t, tlOGAK. Be*, Eitat*
Woolworth Building. At>pral?eir n ?
Above 14lh 8t. to 59th St. (Inclusive).
Kf*t River to North River.
I 5
Chelsea Section?Private House,
2S.I St.?20x117, 3 story. hsf.<tn < h'
stoop, 10 rooms: reatii >ta<l hlork. I. <? t<
front la'Vii. Prlr< low. i;.< j i< 1 nu
Possession.
1M WWf Mih KTRR1 r
I
7 STORY, 25 FT. LOFT BUILDING
Poascasifn. Rental n>nv for 110,000. Price
MtVKKV Trrnn 1?th ?< . fl'h a*
DUROSS COMPANY, 155 W. 14th St
Abote 59th St.?3th Av. to North Rlvrr.
For Quick Buyer.
Attractive, ehe rf'il \:u rl in
1;< ft ? <de; ' ?: 1 .1
?edlate posses* Ion; Wust Wj. 1'rt:<?
lit in V r.v r?-*-eosV".
BROWN, WHEELQCK CO., Inc.,
10 Baat 46th St. Murray Hill S100
CITY REAL ESTATE.
T-iroMcli of Quertv ? S.itc or Rent.
CITY REAL ESTATE.
Boiongh of Queens?Sule or Heat.
You Save $1878
By Ten Years' Tax Exemption on a House in
Jfnrmnob (Sariisms anfi Artetrjh
Fifteen minutes from Grand Central Subway Station.
NORWOOD GARDENS
THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL, de
signed (or t) < . who seek a home
of artistic Individuality In Ideal ?ur
roundlr ewrlors by Walter Hop
kins of Warren & Wetmore, interiors
by Philip Resnyk.
EIGHT ROOMS, two private baths
and a two-.tr garage, tapestry
brick and whit.- marble stucco; liv
ing room 11x20 feet, with large open
fireplace, large dining room and
cozy sun room with French windows,
tile bathrooms and kitchen; Interior
finish, Ivory white and mahogany
finished r>r li ii-1 doors, parquet
floor rift. mlr.iiti-.i to heart of
Manila'.t? f'rlri! $15,000; moderate
? as1' pa: m'.'i.t.; balance on easy
terms.
for N'or
ARLEIGH
COLONIAL BRICK, unusually at
tractive and complete In every re
spect; six rooms and bath, with heated
garage and private driveway; white
enamel trim, steam heat, tile bath
and kitchen, gaa, electricity and
sewers; restricted section; five min
utes- walk to dlxty-acre, million-dol
lar waterfront park; one block to ex
press station: five cent fare. Price
$11,000; (3,000 ca.ih; balance like
rent.
v"n-wiK wardens take DUrnars Avenue train from Grand Central
nub -iv nation' to Grand Avenue Nation, and walk east three minute* to
house Kor Ar'.'-irh taka Dttnmre Avenue train to Dltmars Avenue station,
one blo.lt from the houses.
BY \I0TOP.. from Queensboro Bridge, follow left branch of elevated road
to Grand Avenue for Norwood, and to Dltmars A' enue for Arlelgh.
RICKERT-BROWN REALTY CO., f>2 Vanderbllt Ave. Tel. Vanderbllt 0-lS-l.
J'orcuch Man!Kittun?.HtsiC',*naneous,
FOR SALE.
1 !? o story bng l,h baswnunt dwelling. com
Si V i'''' Hi Ion; ??loot rlo
'it'\ f*tm ti! ' ' v-otlon; -plendld
?' V''' I 1 Mlraw J 780
I lerald _ llr .in ?
Borough of ilrooMt !i-- >.)ip or Kent,
R. E. Patterson ?{i:r?? industrials.
837 Manhattan A v.. Brookl.vu.
llt-rough or Queens?Sale or Rent.
Great House Bargain
Owner sacrifices house, large plot; wide
poutevara: fine surrouadlng*; near station;
i.Vr ^anh?''an 8team heat, electricity,
artistic wecora: ions?, fireplace, tiled baths
lin,oooUaraeo 8pace
PHONE HOLLIS 6515._
B. H. Sweet Jamaica A L. I. Lot*,
Fulton St., Jamaica.
SEAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY.
'?one I''l<mt1?ftale nr Rent.
I fl I'i/ ^F, l-"0 lt'uay, N. y.
. 1^. Vi - '.sceptlonal bargain
_ on the North flhor*.
NORTH *HORE RKAI. ESTATE.
n- e- P ' ? V. ASIIIM UN 4 CO.,
8? g?> 40th at. Vanderbllt 3?ai).
Westchester?Sale or Rent.
To Settle an Estate
1R\ INGTON-ON-Hl'DSON.
i Splendidly located 7'i rcre place. All
V"ar, rtiiV'delleU stucco home. (i master's
bedrooms, 3 baths. 3 servants' rooms nod
bath, vapor heat. Largo f.-able, garage. with
i living apartment. Greenhouse, playhouse,
lnr?o chit i.en houses, tennis court. A!' In
perfect order. Wonderful old trees; river
: view, ,tc. Asking JflS.OflO. Apply to
Kennclh Ives & Ce.
1 Has* 42d St., nr
Guaranty Trust Co. of N. Y., Extr.,
Trust Department, lit) Broadway.
NEW ROCHELLE
i A new Colonial home, built by owner; houso
contains S room* and 2 ba-h?. largo living
i rei'im, open fireplace, >?iin parlor, sleepinc
P'>roh, ira- ar.d electricity, vapor hen': H
?'*rc plot In beautiful restricted park; asking
Jltl,.">00; open to offer; terms arranged.
RRVNARH A KRAFT.
.."?0 Huguenot *t. Tel. N' \v Rochelle 2541.
Open Sundays.
WESTCHESTER
HOMES ESTATES
THE BEST BUILDING PLOTS
1 mo hour, splendid train service 'Harlem Dlv '
Motor jut. or Writ#- for Aanolni .
W^J. IVEY, Chappaqua, N. Y.
Connecticut?Sale or Rent.
5TAftf*DU)N? rw!66^
FLAVIN REAL ESTATE
E P. HATCH, inc. "?,1Ei?" Greei^;Ti77t
MftSMBchtiifitft?Sale or Kent.
I
ASENTS
For Sale?Magnificent thirteen
acre Cape Cod Estate, compris
ing two modern houses, twenty
and fifteen rooms; extensive pri
vate beach and occan frontage.
Exclusive social environment,
yachting and coif. To >ettle es
tate will sell all or part furnished
or unfurnished. Furni hings ex
quisite. Price $100,000.
IFor photographs and descrip
tion write
ARTHUR DAY,
' 52 Wa!l Street, New York. I
I J
New Jersey?Sale or Rent.
$8,500
Easy Terms
COLONIAL
HOME
C, ROOMS.
nij
Tiled Hath.
riot
100x130 ft
E A S V COMMUTATION To NEW YORK,
n unancnt home; ? verythlng modern; electric
light, steam heat; panelled walls; parquot
fleorj; select neighborhood; water eports,
golf; eotintrv cluu, schools, ft ; send for
tliotd. fine living room, with huge open fire,
plac-. you ea;t l.uy thl charming place with
Its fine Girt lre< s and sprint? fed brook run
ning through (ho r -ar oT the plot for a llttl?
cn h down and the money you now wasts
pi>. !nu rent; Investigate. L,. F: liLISd. 7
Bv?rgre?n Place, H*<<t Orange, N 3.
MONTCLAIR [
oNrcLAi.i piiopz.VriEs
fTUNKHuGHE^YLOR (o
"Monntnln ? re-t," ? e>.?20^?rre"<>nt!S:
man *? f.state. Off- r, ,j helow \alus,
EUOK.NB JOM.il. !'. HECK CO.,
Real Rstate Urnl; r?
r.st kaw anna Station, Summit, N. J.
JOII.N l>. MI.Nf.H.
t>lute>, Moines. Iartn?.
"Viynbere In ,Jer*e?."
tt? Fifth At. New Yorlr ntf. I
- R. RI Ml". MlI lltl R.N. >. J.
tlnnir, from *1,^00 to ft0.000,
M.mlMtiw ! "''..rt Mill. - summit.
>liMMIT ?w?c#7b/a
jumiMii I'I' /I, Trl : If
Ri rHKRFOim RKAI.TV HAROAIN*.
BOW. 8, BROWN, HI later Bldg., Rutherford. |
Owner mtist sell his residence cob
?alnlng 12 rooms, 2 baths, steam.
!? I'Ogl'iO feet. %V1U facrlflee for
r.'t.fioo. Apply to n.y sgsnts.
E^?I]U?KEyUYLOK (?
V> f.flek:tnannit Term.. Monetalr, N.J
FEAT, ESTATE?OUT OF CITY
Sevr Sale or Kent.
MCUDOC'K rOMl'AW?Monlclair Home*.
Opii. f,;??*k?v iMna. I'hone ffilfl.
I'RIX'I JKI.I). ? , i'n.|' rtir-, for '"?ale.
1 Ask lil N.sril . Ifl Milhurn OH.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
Auto Service Building
Wanted
The Brooklyn Motor Vehicle Dealers
Association wish to discuss with in
vestment builders the possibility of
erecting a general automobile service
building in Brooklyn for the use of
members.
Responsible de?lcr merrhtfrs are
prepared to contract immediately for
r.t hast 200.000 sq. ft. of floor tpacc in
fuch a bui'ding, *! a square loot rate
that would be fair to the user and
profitable to the investor.
Conferences and proposals to this
end are invited, bjt none will be con
sidered from speculators or real estate
agents.
Ralph Ebherf, Executive Sec^y
ERGOKLYN IV.OTOR \EHICLE
DEALERS ASSOCIATION
1180 Fulton Street
FACTORIES FOR SALE OR RENT.
F A C T O R I E S
ze
For Fa'e or to Ltar
i:\\ I.IsTIN<? ** -<?U<
ISu&inc.vs I
CO..
* *Vol
V ????
uunr*
U
> Any Size Anywhere '
F'or Fo'e or to Ltare
NEW I.lsTIMiS ITI.I>
' Husintws established 171HJ
J
J "LARD REALTY CO .
1.8 AVMlii m St. Tel. 119* John.'
I'XOM. I"I.AMI ( ITV?*
tart Iti ItMt.flOO s,tn;jr? Flit
UIIM.VN l I DMi'A.N
IllldCT PI'i lit
ISI.ASO f|TV
FACTORIES & SlTES^?hRA?^j
* I K. Itnnd L Co., Ire B> I"D IMS.
B. K. KSV RIVERFRONT ?? rORY~BITBS
I*. A. Kl IIN. I.yndhtir?t. N. J.
BUSINESS FLACES TO LET.
I'rom Ilattery to 14th St., Inclusfte.
Ovetlooking City Hal! F\:rk
Unusually Desirable
OFFICE SPACE
Immediate Possession
IN UNITS OF 350 UP TO 4,500
SQUARE FEET
Exceptionally Light
Convenient to All Transit Centres
Stewart Building
(Modernized?Up tn date)
Ii80 BROADWAY
or
YOUR OWN BROKER
/?Barclay Bldg.'
299 Broadway
S. W. Cor- Duane St.
We Have Now Available
One Suite 4020 Sq. Ft.
One Suite 2215 Sq. Ft.
One Suite 1966 Sq. Ft.
Alto a few Smaller Suite*
AND SINGLE OFFICES.
l.et u* know your requirement*.
VWM. C. WAI.KKRS JONS),,. ?. J
W RtfiHT IIAIM'I.AY |2M Bwsy^
25 West Btoedway
Park Placc and Barclay Si.
orrvc r? asv shoav hooms
El i* wit or. ^tfiin brftt. sprinklrr system
CRLIKSHANK COMPANY
141 Broadway
J
LOFTS ? TO LET
r.Aru loft ABOt r 4,400 .sq. ft.
M.
n^'ptlonally Jlgh' an'l ally; pa*.
anrt freight elevator; *ood
?hlrpln* faellttl?N, ?team heat.
G010 SLIPPER COMPANY
JSIHAM MKt.FT,
mmC
257-259 WATER STREET
Five ?ntlrn floe * nrs-1 l>n*ement In corner
bullrtln*. .*? X r.O Rul'abl* llpbt munufartur
!r? or nloragf Ulectrle fr?-!glit "'levator
mil ll*htr Immediate pmwwlon Long leaie.
Apply Si)l,"TtIARD ROBERTSON COMPANY,
011 premlan*.
41 SOUTH ST., N Y. CITY
4 Stories and B??en ? IWt RutUMnj, S3**).
I Ml l? MARTIN. || Hmitti *f.
Allow nth *>t. In s (Inelti'lve).
I i.l (liter I" Nnrtl' Fiber.
BEOADW4Y CORNLR
X?ar 42'. OO0 ft.; kock! llKht; 21 *1:
?tows; nultiblo eftkri or (h'ltrooaa; will
Uvtcie. tSQUSH, 1681 Brc.a ?ay.
BUSINESS PLACES TO LET.
Atwuc 1 Hh St. to m'i (Inrlnhv).
bast II iff to North Untr.
BUSINISS PLACES TO LET.
Ahoir 14th St. tn VMh St. (Inrluxlvet.
East Ritrr to Noith Kiirr.
THE
BORDEN BUILDING
Madison Avenue at 45th Street
Now Ready for Inspection
IT is entirely logical that
institutions of character
should choose the new
Borden Building for their
business home. Equipment,
environment, service, loca
tion?all are such as to attract
the highest type of tenant.
The tower floors containing
4000 to 5000 square feet, offer
unusual advantages of light
and exclusiveness. A limited
number of desirable smaller
offices and conveniently
located stores also available.
Rental agent
at the building
BRADY BOWMAN, INC., Agents
7 East 42nd Street
Vanderbilt 7403
Possession May First
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n
I
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NEW I
LARIMORE
BUILDING
Just 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 Rentals
Apply Premi?e?.
Tel. Bryant 1923
Or Your Own Broker
TO -
. M'
mRm
Hi i
hi
:Si|rflI Si|f
Pll IN *
Gotham National
Bank Building
16th FLOOR
LIGHT ON FOUR SIDES
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION
Renting Office on Premi?e?.
Telephone Columb?? 1425.
J
1
Hess Bldg.
354 Fourth Ave.. Cor. 26th St.
NO MANUFACTURING
4th Floor?20,000 sq. ft.
And Unit* 800 to 4.000 ?q. ft. on Upper Floor*.
907
Broadway
HesS
Stuyvejiant
00
ASHLAND BUILDING
3 I 5 4th Av., southeast corner 24th St.
20 itory office and loft building
! 6th floor
/ 6 th floor corner unit of 3,927feet ? $9,000
Room 1802-1803?2,100 .5q. ft $5,000
MAX N. XAT ANSON
I TO Urondwitf
4,(2 I our Mi A\*.
Cortland* tvt
BEAUTIFUL STORE
FOR RENT
TWO LARGK SHOW WINDOWS
l.fl'W SQUARE FBKT
4V4 VBAR8 t.EAKK
Hotel Algonquin Annex,
67 4?> WfM 441 h Street.
LOFTS STORES LOFTS
i viir.r, Kr.iKCTiONi *tf.
LOUIS SCHRAG, 142 West 23d St.
<<rnnd I r lr'l \ ?? *ivlr
ECLUSE, WASHBURN & CO.
. K. I01U >1 I IIOMC VAMitltlHI.T sft.VI
>tuhi>. mm TsrKMQHRBft
Mid town flkM*/ Ion,
AJItEfl * COMPANY. M Wwt 3Uk
PENN. TERMINAL BLDG.
7th Av., 30th to 31 ?t St.
OFFICES
FLOORS
Salesrooms
STORES
Heni-iN. N* M?nu f.i< (tiring.
REGENT REALTY CO.
&3 W. 424 St.. or Tour Own Broker.
AOE>T ON

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