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REAL ESTATE NEWS,
NOTES AND GOSSIP
Frederick Brown Trades Fifth
Avenue Huildinjr for Estate
at Kidgefield, Conn.
The ten story business building at "8
Fifth avenue, 30xlfl7. adjoining the
southwest corner of Fourteenth street,
was xuld yesterday by Frederick Brown,
the operator, to an investing client of
Osgood Pell & Co. The property Was
held at $300,000 iind has a rental re
turn of $35,000. In part payment Mr.
Urown takes a ninety acre estate in
Rldgeileld, Conn., containing a modern
fourteen room residence with three
baths. The property has a three acre
frontage on "Lake Mananasco and is sit
uated near the top of Barrack Hill.
Van 1 nkcu Estate Sella 4 Purcel*.
The estate of the late Edward H. Van
Ingen has sold four altered dwellings
it 4 to 10 West Twenty-first street to
Ray Hoffman, represented by McLean
& Co., brokers. Horace S. Ely & Co. j
negotiated the deal. This is the first sale
of any of the extensive realty holdings |
of Mr. Van Ingen. Negotiations, It Is
reported, are under way for the pur
chase of other holdings, Including the i
Sheridan Building, at Broadwaj and
Thirty-sixth street; the Holland Build
ing. at Broadway and Fortieth street,
and a Fifth avenue corner opposite the
residence of Senator Clark. The West
Twenty-first street properties occupy a
plot 102.6x92. The houses are occupied
by business firms.
Playground Will Be ? Garage,
The Business Exchange leased for the
Wendell estate to the Community Ga- '
rages, George L. Stivers president, the
plot, 120x70, on the west side of West
Broadway, sixty feet north of Grand ;
street, for twenty-one years, at a net
rental. The plot has been used for
years by the estate as a playground for j
children. The lessees will Improve with
a garage for the use of the bondholders, i
Plans ha\*e been prepared by S. A. Mont
gomery and a building contract has been |
given to Thomas J. Fanning. Thompson, I
Koss & Warren represented the Wendell
estate.
Buys Leans on Hooven Building.
William S. Sussman, Inc., sold for the j
Hooven Service Corporation their lease- j
hold on the seven story Hooven Build- ?
lng, 117-119 West Forty-sixth street, to :
.Otto Braunworth. The transaction In- |
volved about $250,000. William S. Suss
man, Inc., as appointed agent of the
building.
?000,000 Lease on the Heights.
The National Drug Stores Corpora
tion, R. S. Wattley president-treasurer,
has leased the two story building with
stores at the southeast corner of St
Nicholas avenue and 181st street, near
the subway station, from Melville H. j
Beams for twenty-one years at an ag
gregate rental of between $500,000 and
$800,000. The lessees will use tho cor
ner store for a branch establishment
iind rent the remainder of the space.
The company now has fifteen stores In
New York city.
More Chop Sney for Broadway. I
C. William Lynch of Dwlght, Archi- I
bald ft Perry, Inc., leased the second !
.'loor in 1604 Broadway and 732 Seventh j
avenue to Chin Lee of Providence, R. I., :
for a restaurant, at an aggregate rental |
of about $500,000,
Loan #800,000 on "Co-op" Flat.
Lawrence, Blake & Jewell have ar |
ranged a first mortgage of $300,000 at j
6 per cent., for ten years, on the ten j
story fireproof apartment house, 75x !
100, at 45 East Sixty-second street,
which was recently sold to a tenant
group by Douglas L. Elliman & Co.
Baalneaa Properties Sold.
Through the purchase of a lot on
EES0ETS.
the west side of Haven avenue, facing [
170th street. Charles M. Rosenthal now I
controls a site of 41., Xot-s fronting 50
feet on Haven avenue and also on
Riverside Drive. The seller, the estate
of Adolph Wurxburger, acquired the
lot ut the sale of the Susan B. Ward |
estate more than a quarter of a cen- '
tury ago. Lb J. Phillips <& Co. were the I
brokers.
Kuland & Whiting-Benjamin Com
pany sold for Martha H. Taylor et al..
the five story store and loft building at
14 East Forty-eighth street to Charles G. i
Bohn iind associates. Otterbourg, Steind- !
ler & Houston represented the seller.
Harry K. Zlttel sold for the Winter |
estate to B. B. Amron. antique dealer, I
the four story twenty foot business
building at 712 Lexington avenue, near
Fifty-seventh street.
Albert H. Stout sold for Mrs. Prls
cllla D. Barclay lib West Fifty-fourth
street, a three story garage. 25x100.
J. P. * E. J. Murray sold the three
story store and loft at 2011 Third ave
nue, near 110th street, 26x110.
Tnltr* Title to L, I. City Block.
The L>egnon Realty, Terminal and Im
provement Company passed title to the
George A. Fuller Company, covering
block N'o. 15, Long Island City, a plot
containing approximately 65.000 square
fVet. bounded by Knott avenue, Dutch
Kills place. Meadow and Creek streets.
The property is diagonally opposite the
massive Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company
building', and has railroad and water fa
cilltles. 1'arker & Aaron, attorneys,
represented the Degnon company, and
Babbage & Sanders acted for the pur
chasers. The sale was negotiated by
lankooe. Smith & Co.
J. I*. Morgun Lease* Estate.
Corks & Willets leased for five years J.
Pierpont Morgan's West Island estate to
Harrison Williams of New York. The
property was formerly owned by Paul
Dana and is noted for Its superb location
on Long Island Sound and the elaborate
planting of rare old trees and shrubs.
The estate is near Glen Cove and com
poses about twenty acres, with a Long 1
14 md Colonial house, garage, stables, &c.
ANOTHER DRIVE FLAT SOLD,
Trni! In ir In M u 11 i fu m lly Houses
HHe(? Doivn Again.
Mang House Realty Corporation,
Henry Friedman president, sold to an
Investor the Armldale, a six story ele
vator structure, 145x213x254, at the
southeast corner of Riverside Drive and
ici L!treet' 11 has an annual rental of
and was valued at $300,000.
Mark Rafalsky & Company sold for
the estate of Slgmund Lustgarten the
*rVj,9tory slore an<l apartment at 662
Madison avenue, between Sixtieth and
Sixty-first streets, to Nettle Gordon, mil
liner. The building was held at $150,000
Otterbourg. Steindler & Houston repre
sented the purchaser and Davis
oymmes & Schrelber the seller.
D^W.trd-Ba?r bou*ht irom Ignatz
Koth the Ave story fourteen room ten
ement at 246 West Sixty-second street,
ZuxlOO. John Flnck was the broker.
In the Dwelling Market.
Pepe A Brother sold for Harry Heifer
45-47 West Eighth street, two four
story dwellings, 23x94 eacft, to Samuel
Bookman. The purchaser will either
alter same Into studio apartments or
lease for a long term to one tenant.
Frank L. Fisher Company sold for
Gustave Dauer his four story dwelling
18x100, at 138 East Ninety-fifth street
to Isaao Cohen.
Albert H. Stout sold for the Palm
estate 425 Pleasant avenue, a three
story dwelling. 16x100.
MISCELLANEOUS LEASES.
?nr!vJlar'0t.F" N?yes Company leased for
William E. Williams the building at 246
Fulton street to Charles W. I^veridge
Inc and for William P. Gofflcan the
building at 167 Front street to Thomas
K. Hittscher for ten years at an aggre
gate rental of approximately $50,000,
subject to taxes, assessments and Insur
ance.
n llllam A. White & Sons leased the
building at 4 0 Cherry street to George
M. C avanaugh ; ais0 8pace ln 14 South
William street to Margaret DeGuray and
RESORTS.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY
[otels and Restaurants
NOW OPEN
c
A DIRECTORY
WESTCHFSTER COCNTV
IlOTEl. & RESTACRANT
ASSOCIATION
Hotel Gramatan? Bronxville
3D minute* fmm Gmnd Central.
Prill?Dally fonwrtu?IhtncUn.
"Tumble-In' Croton
nn Hudson
European Plan. French Cuiitne.
Music?Dining?Untiring.
Farragut Inn
Hastings
on Iltidftoni
Knufman Brother*. Proprietor#.
Dancing. Stindtiy Dinner*. >2-V>.
Longue Vue
Hastings
OO Hud?on
Weskora Hotel
?Ossining
Open All Year.
Speilal Chicken IHnner, H.80.
Florence Inn
T arrytown
American Plan. S3.00 per day.
Home rooked Dinner*. J'J.OO.
Carpenter House
White
Chicken IHnner* He Lute
Sunday and Evening*. $1,110.
Plains,
On Broadway.
Restaurant 11 la Carte.
Mikado Inn ?Harmon
Oriental Dlshe*?a la ? arte Serrlca.
Dancing?T. MO TO. Prop^
Gedney Farm Hotel?Wh,te p)tiru
Table d'llnte?a la (arte Restaurant
SertIn-, special Nunday AW?? Concert*.
Orawaumoum Hotel?wh,te
Special '?uiiday Chicken Dinner
with waffles. (I.AO.
Plains
Hotel Osborn
New Rochelle
Residential Fireproof Hotel.
American plan. Weekly rate $24 and np.
THE PARK YONKERS
ESTABI.ISHKD IMS
SERVICE SATISFACTION
I/ong Island.
$1 A FOR 2 OVER EASTER
I U Hat. Dinner to Man. Aft. Bkft.
lJ ROOM & MEALS
Two prrmons In room (private b*th), $24.
SPECIAL RATES TO families.
AT BRIGHTON BEACH
HOTEL SHELBURNE
An All-Year-Kotind Heanhnre Kooort
F.very convenience and comfort.
Runnlnn hot mid mid w?t?>r.
Frequent social dlverslona. Out
door ?porf*. I">nnrlnr?. Ofcbeel r?.
Hun Parlor Ovrrlooklni (trran.
RKRKRVK ROOMS NOW FOR THE
MPRkNO \M? HI'MMKK SEASON.
Mon>:iutKi.t low kites.
Atlantic City.
GRANDATLANTIC
NEW OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT
Virginia ave., n-ar beach. Capacity, rtnn.
Private bathe, rum,In* water, elevator. >4 Of
per day up. Hpectal weekly. Booklet. Aula
?neat* trains.
O. JD. FArNTTCR. HAROLD LAMPOW.
IIDLMHURST HOTEL
n
Pennsylvania Ave., clone tn B??ach
and central location,
alw ay* open. Capacity 300, Private
bathe, running wat*r In room*,
elevator, etc. flpcclal fprln* ratee.
^ llookl?*t. Albert II DnrnHI.
UTT Ue "1 ?ur Yon F"el at Home la III
Hf;Hf of Robnet Health."
HOTEL MORTON
Ocean End Virginia At. fanarlty J*,
?levator. Private Rath*. ?r. Always opta
Ent C. Bell A Paul M. Cop*, Prop*.
HOTEL BOThWELL
Virginia ave., second house from Boardwalk
?nd Steel Pier. Every appointment. HUrt.a
ttandard la outline and tervlc*- Booklet,
J. BOTHWELL.
ROYAL PALACE
HOTELiCOTTAGES
orv tKc HpacK. . C&D.600
CONVENIENT TO ALL AMUSEMENTS
ScAfUtkg DIETKITCHEN OrcHwha
F&mily Patrorvaqe. Invited
C.L.Hansyein Li?manJWathous
Pre?i<Jent Sect Mtfr.
Occupying entire Mock of ocean front la j
th? faahlonnble < lieUea Nectlon.
1041 bell chamber* with private bath*
<fre?h nnd *?tt water). High cla?? orrhea- ;
tm. cafe, grill. Ac. French chef*. Ooll |
nr1\l1ec*?. Aiitoa meet train*. Booklet. |
J>r<-n ait Tear. J. ?. Tnn*r<?>n ? TO. !
ATLANTIC CITY.N.J.
An. American. Plaa Hotel
?f Disl iixdion RpalComiart
rimniuor oaraoi.
capacity too. ft Wry./U/wiy
???. mMm
fsor"nrjFt&.
St Onrlei I'lace anil Bench fresh end *??>
water but hit, running w ater It pmim; elevator
'Superior table: Spring rate*; C-arh at train*
A.E.WAONKR I'rop W H IAYTON Mgt
SAeWlLTi" H IS E
Virginia av, and Beach. Cap. 3..0. Privata
hnth* running water; elevator, Ac. Amer.
plan. Sam 1 Kill*, Owner. N. J. Collin*. Mgr.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
TUP WOltl.D'S ORRATKXT PT.AYOROt'*!).
Magnificent Hotel*-Mile* of Ocean Board
walk and Bathing Be*ch?*.
CANADIAN PAfll H HA1I WAY.
P. R. PBKRY,G.A..Pag?.D?pt.,llUl B'wgy.N.Y.
S!eeet?[oa?hkrry- and 116 ^r,
pany. Savuge Equipment Com
Tayior6(tnE!"man leased for the W. J
WHkeneld. a8 ">enur?m11 C1U8hman *
Catiailian i>! .f.f V!' "fflr,'s ln th? new
leased the hnnJ;1 Berdon * Co. ; also
corner of Thirrt 5 the southwest
A Qarber & Son W<~?? ??>
toifi^SSSf if'SSS- 'I*~| ">?? '?>
ery Company In 141 K"lbrok|
second street ? to Aetna. I ? 0Twent>"
tn 145 West^ TwentJ Levent^" ?n,pan)'
U"borma? Br*"? 7^11?
SSIJSith'.SS"* Kau-ln i9
?SL?Tf!f^r1 '*?
nue to the Luthv S?lf.? r- nth ave
* floor in the Jime buUdlng ^"ih !*? '
2tS?k frca-rir'?!
torn shoes, for five years. Pea? i' pfi!" 1
.5*"w?"K~Sh" "to
floor to Berezov & WelnerVor ?h? th'rJ
and the fourth Moor in ,, L V#yPar#'
fourth street to Lou!*?*
mllllnery. Dougla. L EmST?"?; Ina>
were associate brokers EU,man & Co.
.? r
fTVJZV'c:LV ?S2!1?V? Ci.?:
Abraham Lubin* and l? ? v 7 and
.l*.h /^"'rSoro " F?rty
.i.ndri,ofr ^55"?r; >???; ? th.
west corner of Thnm street, south
A?ans2vS!rS*,h*
??T"'
S""""' SVC
J. Arthur Fischer leased to \ a
aTn^r^an^r *
t&urateur ?rman Stahl, res
8. 4 6??? ??d Hor?J
Place to Horowitz* & FiL? 72 Trl,lit>' j
N. A. Ber^-in & Co the fS^ ,Wlth
Jacob street to H. K. Brewer ACo I
RESIDENTIAL, LKASK*.
?de?rp,r,? wit'-Si'r-" *??
street to Edith Preston N,nety-s?cond
fofow's: ^ ? UnTplrtd ^artm^? " '
'ward W. feo f wl,? T?Ue to Ed"
tr?l Park W,^ ,f ?"% ? '? 151 C,?
"VhS c,Mr*J p"k
BKOWX TRAJigACTIONI,
bunion ^^Co' '?,d f?r the Cen" i
erlck Johnson frus^r'oT tTr^'
iKf *?t ^?
? ?,ae Westchester avenue !
,Vtlbir *r?"'
avenue. 169 feet on SteBbins ave'nuelnd
Is the v "PWltt P,ac0- The purchaser
Rudolnh s! Construction Company
Kudolph Simon president, which will
storesVeTheei>lPtOPertl WUh 0ne story
Franl/v^ <? Wa" ,d at *10M00.
Storra purchased from Henry
Metropolis Theatre <?
IJLrVm Th,rd and Alexander
the bulldlna- t ? rs ^ets Possession of
the build ng; in two years and will con
Saul J Bali? a m?t,on f'^ure house.
? i: r on waa the broker.
nttl' ?Tborne Smith sold for a client of
Otterbourgr, Stelndler & HouHtn^
'< |M E.? 1?U?0.UJS Si
1^.5, to John Bothwel!
Edward Polak. inc.. sold for a Mr
us to a Mr. Allenson 1675 Eastburn I
ART SALES.
avenue, a three family dwelling, 25x95,
and for Kayanee Realty Company to a
Mrs. Fine 990 Flndlay avenue, a two
family dwelling, 19.6x102.
DEAIiS IX OTHER BOROUGHS.
B. F. Knowles Company sold 286 to
242 South Third street and ISO and 1S2
Havemcyer street. Brooklyn, a four
story store and apartment, for John
Murphy and Mary S. Murphy.
The lawyers Title and Trust Company
has loaned $400,000 for the erection of
an eight story reinforced concrete in
dustrial building, 100x200 feet, on Con
cord street, between Bridge and Nuf
field streets, Brooklyn. The new build
ing will cost about $750,030.
William E. Harmon & Co., Inc., sold
lots and plots In their South Waverly ,
tract In Brooklyn to the following: G
Pantaleo, A. Schwartz. N. Lelbovltz.
Will ia tin Schop, G. Benlato. Fannie
Purlsch, I... Grillo, Mary Stelngart, F
Bosco. Jacob Levy, I... Nicotrl and
William Schopf; also at Marlboro In
Brooklyn to O. A. Smith. J. M. Ryan,
Mrs. It. Gardel, M. Levy and Jamer
J. Lee.
Lewis II May Company sold for the
Tilrose Realty Company the block front
at Beach Fifty-third street. Edgemere,
yueens. fronting 200 feet on the Boule
vard, adjoining the Ix>ni? Island Rail
road, to the Queens Borough Gas and
Electric Company, which will erect a
service building.
Halleran Agency sold for the F. R.
& C. Company the two family dwelling,
26x120, at 103 Congress avenue. Flush
ing. Queens, to George H. Fowler, ten
ant.
Moffatt & Schwab sold for Archie
Whlted the property at 4:t0 St. Mark's
place, New Brighton, S. I., to Margaret
and Elizabeth Halllhan.
Cornelius G. Kolff sold the northwest
corner of Delafleld avenue and Shef
field street In the Sheffield tract. West
New Brighton, S. I., for George St.
John Sheffield to Ester Lynn.
OUT OF TOWN TRADING.
Fish & Marvin sold for Mrs. Carolyn
Eaton about three-quarters of an acre
having a frontage of 200 feet on Pelham
Manor road, and on which there are
garage and stable, to Cecil S. Ashdown;
also for the John T. Brook Company
a house on Manor lane, at Pelham
Manor, to Gilbert E. O. Bell.
E. C. Grlffln & P. H. Collins ?old nt
Larchniont Manor for Mrs. Robert E.
Empey her cottage on Shepard place to
Dr. William H. Leak of this city. The
same brokers rented for Ralph C. Sey
mour his cottage on Linden avenue to
Joseph M. Hyman ; for Miss Ada V. Bird
her cottage to Maurice Rentner, and for
Mrs. Frank Donnell her cottage on Park
avenue to Albert V. Weber.
Prince & Ripley rented for Clara
Davidson her property at 7 Larchmont
avenue, Larchmont Manor. N. Y., to
John H. Andrews furnished for the sum
mer.
Scaredale Estates, Robert E. Farley
president, leased a store in the Ham
mond Building, Scarsdale, N. Y., to
Julius A. Niekelsburg
George Howe sold for Mrs. Irene M.
Richards and Mls.s Teresa A. Shea their
bungalow on Orchard Drive, Oakland
Gardens, Rye. N. Y., to Mrs. Ethel M.
Day of New Rochelle.
Robert E. Farley Organization leased
for the summer for Mrs. H. M. Fagley
her residence on Fisher avenue, White
Plains, N. Y., to R. D. Kaufman of this
city.
REALTY JOTTINGS.
Ennls & Slnnott are the buyers of
the dwelling at 116 East ffeventy-thlrd |
street, sold recently by Dr. Richard 1
Derby. The Brown. Wheelock Company, j
Inc., was the broker.
Charles J. Qulnlan of Wood, Dolson '
Company was the broker who negotiated j
the sale of the apartment house at 311;
West Ninety-fourth street to Joseph J. i
Lese, reported in these columns yester- I
day.
The Frank L. Fisher Company nego
tiated the recently reported sales of the
buildings at the southwest corner of
Second avenue and 116th street and of
the dwelling at 136 East Nlnety-flfth
street.
AET SALES.
TO-DAY'S Sale Embraces All the Artistic
Goods, Evening Dresses, Costumes, Capes, Wraps
Final Session To-day (Saturday), and
AUCTION SALE TO-DAY, 2 P. M.
The Gorgeous Parisian Home Furnishings, Art
Treasures, Paintings, Bronzes, Furniture De Luxe,
Belonging to
KITTY BROWN (Musical Comedy Star)
BABY GRAND PIANO (Gold Case)
with additional
High Class Furniture for the Parlor, Dining,
Living and Bedrooms.
CHINESE RUGS (Room Sizes)
Removed from the Government Bonded Republic Warehouse.
DARLING & CO., LOUIS VAN BRINK, Auct.
242 Fifth Avenue, -27th-28th Streets.
57th STREET
ART GALLERIES, INC.
33 WEST 57th STREET
tlrral F. Guiwtll*r, President
PUBLIC AUCTION
SALE THIS DAY AT 2:30 P. M.
Elaborate Household Appointments, Mirrors and other decorative
Objects, removed from the
CARLTON HOUSE, N. Y.
Also Tapestries and Textiles, Antique and Modern Furniture, Marbla
and Lead Garden Founts, Benches. Statuettes, Gates, etc., and
r>lHnion<l Jewelry.
At Public
TO-DAY (SA 'URDAY)
AT 2i30 P. M. IN
SILC'S
Fifth Ave.
Art Galleries
40 E. 45th St.
S. W. COR.
Vanderbilt Av?.
JtrnM V. Rlln * Hon. Auctioneer*
WILL iru
A Valuable Collection
or
Antiqu* A Modern
Persian and Chinese
Rugs & Carpets
GATHERED BY
Mr. H. A. Cambere
of Constantinople
The wnll-lcnowit Oonnotoeeur ?ml Ru?
Expert, formerly Director of the I'or
?I?t> Exhibit *t, the St. Lotito PMr.
Collection <on*lftt? of Very R?r?
Specimen ? of KMhtn, Rermnn
nml Snrook -all iltr< and weaves ?
especially Uri* Str.e*.
ON EXHIBITION TO
TIME OF SALE
An adt><>rHs*ment in thi Lost <irt<f
Found columns 0/ THE NEW YORK
HERALD offers n real pos/HbiUty of
rtcovsring your lost property
(larked
^ 42-44 EAST 58TH ST.
Clearance Sale
Today at 2:30 P. M.
(closing session)
Antique and Modern Furniture,
Rugs and other Valuable Ap
pointments for various estates,
also Part II. of the
LOCKE COLLECTION
Derorative Porcelains In Old
SevTes, Dresden, Royal Berlin
and Chinese Wares, Cloisonne
Enamels, Silver Plate, Bronzes,
Ivory Carvings, etc., etc.
The Sale Will Be Conducted by
Mr. AUGUSTUS W. CLARKE
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION,
JICKK JOHNSON .IR. CO., AarUonwn,
1W3 Montagu* m., Brooklyn, N. T.
IOSJTII T. DAT, Hml AnrlltMtt.
? tf LlbTty ?t.. W. T. Phon? Port. T?4.
MONEY TO LOAN AND WANTED
ON BOND AND MORTGAGE.
5?4% MONEY
IN SUMS UP TO $)oq,ooo.
LOW ritAHOEfl.
>ll*n *?no.ono for MWOM> MORTGAGE*,
DUROSS CO., 261 Brondway.
I'hon* Rurrlur 6734.
CITY HEAL ESTATE.
Borough of ((Iicfn?-Niile or Rent.
Borough of Quern*?Sale or Hint.
CpLAYQROUNDS
Your children can be happy
and safe on the private play
grounds provided for them
AT
Jackson Heights
Where about 500 families
now own their own apartments
New 4, 5 and 6 Room
APARTMENTS
'Ready for Occupancy
The only apartment houie neighborhood In
the City that ha? it* own Private Oolt Course,
"HIWY qAND SAFE" Tennis Courts. Children's Playgrounds, etc.
Your present rent will buy an apartment on the Jaclcson Heights Plan if you are
paying $100 to $150 a month; with a small initial payment, balanc# same aa rent.
TAX EXEMPT FOR TEN YEARS
Social and bunneu referencet required. Full information on application.
The Queensboro Corporation
Manhattan Office Jackson Heights Office
50 E. 42nd St.. or. Madison Ave. Opp. 25th St. Subway Station
Telephone Murray Hill7057 Telephone Newtown 2SSI
To visit Jackson Heights by most convenient route take Subway to Grand Central,
trans/cr to Queenaboro Subway (Corona Line) toSJth St. Station. (Oifice opp. Station).
22 Minutei from 42nd Street
VISIT JACKSON HEIGHTS TODAY
CITY REAL ESTATE^^ j
Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.
SO EAST 421* STREET.
rhone Murray Hill "7*20.
3USINES i HESS ?'
.? ^ ^n?TptONU
10 Exchange Ft.
Above B9th St.?5th Av. to North River.
BARGAIN
Vnur story and basement private house.
W?t6Ut?.yn?ar Broadway: 12
baths, electric light; at
cellent neighborhood. ? - ? .,|,|{RY.
ARCHIBALD V.*Wn" MW.
137 We?t 8M. __
Borough of Brooklyn?Sale or Rcot.
,, , nTC SKKTB-MUKRAT CO.,
HOUSLi) h LOTS a<t? Fulton St.. Jamaica.
Borough of Quceus?Sate or Kent.
A Real Opportunity
Builder, Investor or
Speculator
$65,000 will buy 100 lots, Includ
ing two fine houses, one 13 rooms
and bath and garage, the other 8
rooms and bath; these properties
are located in the best sections
of Eimhurst, in Corona and
Winfield; properties are worth
$146,000; mortgages are $oU,
000. Address
E. D. S., Box 41, Manha.get, L. 1.
REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY^
Long Island?Sale or Rent.
j A Real Home
1 For a Family
At Gr??at Nock, 25 minutes from
Station; a modern English type ^Ickaml
stucco house of 13 room- and J>
with hWpIiiK porch and attractive
?creancd-in piazza. Also
..j m-nee All Improvements, Including
ww.r g"'. electricityhigh elevation,
overlooking Bound and flr?'ra "kyll^el
NG^unYd?:kof ? acre, "bJgg&
Virounu Prutt trees and shrubs,
flower, and vegetable gardens. Posses
sion immediate. 11
Prie. $35,000. Term.
Phone Great Neck 176-W.
Or write R. W. McPHEE,
Great Neck. L. I.
AT FOREST HILLS, L. I.
Tax Exempt for 10 Year*.
Beautiful new house and garage on corner
nint BOxlOO 4 blocks from Ute station, IK
i-.,???to Manhattan by train; has 8 rooms
?n'2U^ath? .team h"at. electricity and gas.
narque^ floo? throughout, .leeplng porch,
^closed front porch, all gla.jed ?? ?'>%?
i -J-V inwtantaneouH water neater, ever/
modern'improvement; entire house deoorated.
sewer.' .tcl^Tll^lty1 Improvements7'restrlrted
3Forest Hlll?. L. I. Vhone Newtown Ml.
Sea Gate, N. Y. Harbor.
Attractive new dwellings, 10 rooms, *
baths, hardwood trim and floors, .team
heat, decorated modern up to data rtyl.
? nd finish. On pl<?t 50 *100 witn garajev.
Most select location In this
seashore development (open for lnspec
WILLIAM F*AE COMPANY
"** " V llrrehljn.
GREAT HOUSE BARGAIN
ha? hour Manhattan; .team heat, electrlo
P*. artistic decorations; fireplace, tiled
bath, and kitchens; parquetry; K^ge space.
*1 000 CASH, *?" MONTHLY.
PHONE HOLLIS 6515.
Owner's Sacrifice
n?autlful houee having ? large rooms, bath,
laundry and pantry, all Improvement., large
rch "oreens. 2 car Barak'.", plot 70xl?.1.
Pitiful .hmbbery. Price *10.001 on terms
?? Mult Box 114. Freeport. L. I. Phone
1MB
V rooms. bath, all Improvements. 2 car ga
Plot 100*120. Price >12 r>00.
THOMAS O'CONNELL
tM) Na?sn" **. '
wVekwan 4B04. Phone :2fl
I o firm F 1270 B way, N. Y.
fZ W ' Exceptional bargain*
? "? " on the North Whore
_ Along the Great South Bny.
prnV-MI AH nOtSwNB. Babylon. L. I. Tel. ?f. j
"7 n TkT..L 1 H'-al Estate Information, i
Phone Great New 1 Wlrimr(i Kohoe. ?.rr..i n<-.u.
. Westclieater?Bale or Rent.
SCARSDALE
Attractive building plots In r?.trtoted real- ,
ii^tlal community ; Inanerttately at Boarsdale ,
rtTSt on New York oJtral. Harlem Dlvl.lop;
? nnrnumately POxlOO. *3.000; approximately
^V lLWO. Mrs. J. A El.BENER. B. ars
Ualo 2(1*
SCARSDALE
Colonial house, nit." room, and threa
w ,h? aarng'- under spacious porch In the
large corner plot ; large shade *.?.
"n* shrubbery; liberal t.rm.. Mr.. J. A.
Ei,8ENEK, Boar.dale WW .
rHAlNtP.V B. CiRIFFEN * CO..
Westchester-. Leading n.altyBimiU.
IB East 41st st Murray Hill 832?.
Connecticut?Hale or Rent
a u DM FC REAL EBTATK.
A. M- BULr.3mw1n4 Uracil. ft. Tel. >41
Kew .lersej? Sale or Rent.
, .?r\i rjt if If A Handsoma Estate
VIDA oLILn ? N j.
Complete and modern. Very low prlca.
ET'OENE .fOB? H F OEfK CO,
liirkswsnin ?ts.. Bummlt, IT. t.
itCTHERFORB REA1.TY ItAROAfNB.
frpw B. HltOWN. Blntfer BWg., Rnthrrford
eiiuMlT Hoases. Farms, Rsfat*.. TAomf
SU WIWH 1 #ap| c#i< 21 Itapl* HU Til. WH?.
REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY\
New Jersey?Sale or Kent.
A RARE BARGAIN
weolu fine home property. con?lstins of beau
i tlful modern Colonial house of 10 rooms. 2
tiled baths and fine sleeping balcony, all Im
provements, and half acre corner plot, with
fine lawn, flowers and shade trees. Easy
commuting distance. In heart of Jersey's
most beautiful suburban community, near
express Mtatlon and trolley line; $.1,r>00 cash
secures title and occupancy; complete in
every detail; ready for Immediate occupancy;
balance of $0,000 on easy term mortgages.
PERSONAL, Post Office Box 1107, City Hall
Station, New York city.
REAL ESTATE?ENGLAITCX
England ? Near Brentwood,
22 miles by road and half an hour by
rail from London. Tn a favorite resi
dential district. To be sold.
A C'hnrinliig Karly Georgian Residence
of mellowed red brick and containing en
trance or billiard hall, 4 handsome recep
tion rooms, study, 20 bed and dressing
rooms, etc.
Klnc Sculptured Adam Marble Mantles
and Ceilings
Fine long avenue carriage drive with pic
turesque lodge. Very enjojfeble grounds
and gardens studded with grand old tim
ber trees enlivened by a sheet of water.
80 acre park. Ample stabling; Home
farm, cottages, etc., covering in all about
135 Acre*
Mora land adjoining can be purchased If
desired.
Price only ?15,000.
Full particulars, views and plan apply
to the Agents
Messrs. OSBORN & MERCER,
JJHH AI.I1KMAltl.K NTKF.KT
Piccadilly, I<ondon, \V. I., England.
FACTORIES FOR SALE OR RENT.
BOYNTON UltOK. CO.?Factory <<Ues. wai?r,
rail. 87 Smith St.. Perth Amboy. N. J.
BUSINESS PLACES TO LET.
From Battery to 14th St., Inclusive.
Overlooking City Hall Park
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 to date)
280 BROADWAY
or
YOUR OWN BROKER
Above 14th St. to 50th St. (Inclusive).
East Illver to North Klver.
Broadway Central
Building
1DM BROAD WAT
Entire Block, Broadway
to 7th Ave., North Side 51st St.
SMALL OFFICES
TO
ENTIRE FLOORS
Each office faring a thorough
fare, direct outside, light.
TRANSIT FACILITIES AT DOOR
1 Most Reasonable Rents in Scction.
Arcade?3 High Speed Elcvatora
AliENr ON PBKMISKS. Olt
M. M. HAYWARD & CO.
2640 Broadway, at 100th St. Rirer 9084
PENN. TERMINAL BLDG.
7th At., 30th to 31?t St.
OFFICES
FLOORS
Salesrooms
STORES
Morirmt* Rental*. No Manufacturing.
REGENT REALTY CO.
8.1 W. 42d flt. or Your Own Brok?r.
Agent on Pr#ml*c?i I>nlljr and Sunday
28 YEARS LEASE
27 KBET FRONT.
1 MT.1T 40TII *TlirrT
Al.TKR Fort BtTSINBM.
tiicrw f?Aii,v, it to ?.
BUSINESS PLACES TO LET.
Above 14th St. to 59th St. (Inclusive).
???1 River to North Blur.
29-33 West 38th St.
FIRST LOFT
POSSESSION MA*. 1MI.
04x100. 100% 8PRINKI.BR.
Large 1'lute <?lu?s Show Window*.
J. C. ft M. C. MAYER.
347 Mndlson Av. Tel. 8U-V.' Murray Hill
BROADWAY CORNER
Near 42d: n.OfiO n<i. ft.: good light; 21 win
dows; suitable office* or showrooms; will
divide. K.Sfil.lbH. iwi Hroadway.
APARTMENTS?FURNISHED.
' b^h^oIr^apartm
furnished and Unfurnished
210 WEST 44TH ST.
Westover Court. Tlme? S<i. District.
Suites of 2 or 3 rooms, bath, high class
hotel and valet service. Meals if desired.
See Resident Manager. Phone Bryant .'iRrtO.
APARTMENTS ? UNFURNISHED.
Above 14th At. to With St. (Inclusive).
Eust River to North River.
TO LET?2 ROOM APARTMENT
Monthly Rent $80 and $100
4 ROOM APARTMENT,
Monthly rent $12(1.
Inquire on premises.
19 WEST 16TH STREET.
Washington Heights, Above 125th St.,
Went of 8th Av.
Ready for Occupancy
ELEVATOR APARTMENTS
Overlooking the Hudson.
Beautiful Homelike Dwell
ings. Every Modern
Improvement.
NEW BUILDING
720 WEST 170th ST.
Hi S. E. Corner Haven Ave.
3-4-5 ROOMS
Exceptionally well arranged suites.
P.epresentatlve on premises.
CHAS. S.KOHLERJNC.
1428 Ht. Nicholas Av. Wads. 0000
CITY REAL ESTATE.
ASHFORTH * CO.. r.01 Bth av. Tel. Mar
ray Hill 0142.
~E. C. H. VOGLER,
Amsterdamav. and 82d at.
f. k. wood ft CO.,
128 Wert TId ?
,T. ROMA1NE RROWN
200 Madlson a?.
From Buttery to 14th St., Inclusive.
42 East Houston, corner of Mulberry St.;
six story manufacturing building, with
elevator, steam heat and power; fine light;
Immediate possession. CHAS. F. NOYE8
CO.. 118 William st.
Above 14th St. to 50th St. (Inclusive).
East ltlver to North Klver.
Fon sale, bargain, 110,000 for 40 West 40th
st., on ground rental, 4 story residence or
suitublo for converting for business; own
broker. THORNE, 00 Bway. Phone 6573
Howling Green.
HOUSE, 340 West 15th st., 3 story, base
ment. large nttlc, 'J baths, electric light;
posse on May 1; only $3,000 cash; balance
mortgage. 1
DUROSS, IBS West lith St.
ON 20th St., adjacent to Chelsea docks, 25
by half a block, 5 story building; extra
heavy construction; .seml-flr?proof. For price
and terms apply to A. M. Cl'DNER REAL
ESTATE CO., 254 West 23d st. Chelsea
1270,
C5TH ST., 58 E. (Madison nnd Park avs.).?
4 Story and basement, with 4 story exten
sion; possession arranged, JOSEPH (J.
ABHAMSON. 40 W. 40th. Bryant 4004.
Above 5Wh St.?5th Av. to East Klver.
34 E. 81st ??.?Ti story American basement
and three batha; large extension; hard
wood floor* and electric light: Immediate
possession. Seen any day between 2 and 3.
Asking price $5'.000. JOSEPH G. ABRAM
SON. 40 W. 46th. Bryant 1004.
130-133 EABT 70TH ST.?10x102.8 each, two
4 story and basement, with 2 story ex
tensions; Immediate possession; will sell to
gether or separately; asking price $55,000
each. JOSEPH G. ABRAMSON, 40 W. 4?th.
Bryant 4004.
Above 59th St.?5th Av. to North Klver.
284 W. 98D ST., between Broadway and West
End av.; 10x100; 5 story American base
ment; 8 bathrooms. 2 story butler's pantry
and bathroom extension; hardwood floors and
electric light: modern In evory way; Immedi
ate possession; seen any day between 10-5;
asking price *.:8.000. JOSEPH G. ABRAM
8QN, 40 W. tilth. Tel. Bryant 4004.
Washington Heights, Above 12fkttl St.,
West of 8th Av.
DWELLING, 3 atory high stoop, 18x100.; 11
rooms, 2 baths, steam heat; arranged' for
two families; Immediate possession. JOHN
P. I.EO. JR., St. Nicholas av. (185th).
Borough of Manhattan?Miscellaneous.
BROADWAY, 7 lota, suitable apartment,
warehouse, garage; excellent site; terms.
Address J. W. HARVEY, 11I0I Broadway._
Borough of Brooklyn?Hale or Rent.
CORNER flat. Ralph av., $11,000; rented
$1,512 PARTRIDGE, 700 Franklin av.,
Brooklyn.
FLATRDSH-$ 1,500 cash; new homes; price j
$10,500; detached frame and stucco, 6
rooms and bath; steam, parquet, electric;'
sewer; Inclosed porch; near subway station.
FISHER-CRAWFORP CORPORATION. 1808 I
E. 10th at. Kings Highway station; Brighton '
subway. Phone C. T. 0778.
FACTORY BITE?83,800 square feet, frontage !
four streets, Greenpolnt section, Morgan
av.. Brooklyn. FABRIC DRY CLEANING
MACHINERY CO., building 88. 47 th St..
Brooklyn. Snns?t 8214.
MANHATTAN BEACH.-Possession at once;
near ocean. 7 rooms and 2 baths, uleeplnR
porch, electricity, parquetry; 215 Doner st.
Keys next door. H. A. CROSBY, 293
Greene av.
31(1 WEnSTER AV. and"
238 PARKVILLE AV.
Near Ocean Parkway; new one family
tapestry brick, 8 rooms and bath, parquet,
electricity, ateam heat; vacant; price IP.500;
$1,500 down, balance like rent. Newklrk
station, Brighton Line. LOUIS JAKOBSON,
150 Nnssnu St., N. Y. Beekman 0700.
Borough of Queens?Kate or Kent.
RICHMOND HILL. 8534 111th St., 10 rooms,]
modem house, parquet floors throughout,
tiled bath, electric lights; near all trans
portation, schools, churches, to; plot 30x
100; price only $13,500; vscant; open for In
spection. BARLOW, Phone 722 Richmond
Hill.
Borough of Richmond?Sale or Rent.
HOUSE, 10 rooms, 3 baths, steam heat,
MH200. opposite ?lub; 35 minutes to Bat
tery; price $18,000; terms reasonable.
FRANK I, FISHER CO.. B0 E. 42d St.
REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY.
l,ong Inland?Sale or Rent.
COTTAGES FOR RENT, WOOpMERE AND
("EPARHUllST, unfurnished by the year 1
or furnlifhed for the summer. L. P EPSELL,
Cendarhuret av. and railroad, Cedarhurst,
L. 1. Tel. F. R. 18S.
FAR ROCK AWAY (52 Dickens St.).?1 fam
lly, 0 rooms and bath; electric, *n.; newly
renovated from cellar to roof; 5 minutes
from station; Immediate possession; small
rash payment; easy terms on balance. CLIN
TON TRADING CORPORATION, 188 Remsen
St., Brooklyn. Tel. Main 3640.
FAR ROCK AWAY cottages from $7.nno in
$25,000; all cholcs locations; all Improve
ments, all cottages for rent season or year
all sections. Address R. T. PAINE, Far
Rackawar, L. 1. Phona M21.
INSPECT my houses and compare with
others; new modern home, fully decorated,
oak floors, fireplace, eloctrln light, gas range,
enclosed porch, garage; $12,500, $2,500 cash;
5 minutes walk from BKLLEROHE station
(electric service): ;H) minutes out. Other new
| iriodm-n houses, $8,250; othars $8,500, $0,250,
1 EDWARD RIAL!.A, owner and builder, 91
, Remsen lane. Phona ?M> Floral Park.
REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY.
Long Ialtud-Calr or Rent.
MINEOLA?For sale Ideal home 6 room*;
bath, steam heat, foyer hall, hardwood
floor*; corner; 60x100; gas and electricity;
shrubbery; 5 minutes to railroad, price
*7,800; *2,500 cash. MINEOLA REALTY
EXCHANGE. Post Office Bldg., MineoUu
SEVERAL tracts on north shore, suitable
for development, irolf club or residential
purposes, at exceedingly low prices; from
Flushing to Rcslyn. 8. OSGOOD PELL &
CO., 17 West -Hth st. ___
WOODHAVEN. L. I?9 rooms and "bath; 2
toilets; hot water supply: 2 story garage
for 2 automobiles; open plumbing; ?iectru'
lights, large glass porch; also awnings and
screens; large grounds; 20 minutes to Wall
*t., 20 minutes to 33d st., 20 minutes to
Rockaway Reach; Woodhaven and Walker
avs., Woodhaven, L. I.; *18.000; first mort
gage *7.000; second mortgage *4,000; cash
*7 000 Tel. Richmond Hill 4324-J "H3 Her
ald, 2S0 TVwav. __
Westchester?Sale or Rent.
FOR sale, Katonah, N. T.. 25 acres; n*
buildings; high building site; overlooking
lako; l'/a miles station: some wood. EMILH
EUVHAKU, Katonah. N. V.
LAKE MAHOPAC.
Rungalow, six rooms and bath, electric
light; large shady plot; few minutes wall;
t.i station; permanent lake privileges; price
*4,500; liberal terms. SYLVESTER FRO
HOCK, 41 West 34th St.. N. Y. city. Pllona
Fitz Roy 1570.
LOW PRICE. OWNER MOVING."
In splendid location; 5 minutes from sta
tion; attractive house of 8 rooms and 2
baths; built 6 years ago; recently redeco
rated; all windows with metal weather
strips, screens and double shades; garage.
BTTtKE STONE. INC'. PELHAM 1078.
New York (State?Sale or Kent.
COTTNTRY HOME In heart of tho beautiful
Finger I.akes region; In residential section
of Oroton; home of Corona Typewriter; 40
minutes from Cornell University, 30 minutes
from express train to New York; % acre,
fruit and maple trees, brooks running
through ground, 11 rooms, 2 baths, fireplace,
2 ?ar garage, hardwood floors, white wood
work, range, screens, high altitude, excellent
water, sewer, prlco *20,000; terms *10,000
cash, ' balance In easy mortgage payments.
FAIRCHILD, JTel_. Aud^ 60(10.
DSSINING?11 rooms, every Improvement:
large corner; convenient to station; >15.
900; terms. Your broker, or phono Owner,
Osslnlng 1020.
Connecticut?Sale or Rent
FOR Sale.?West shorn, near water, 8 room
house, all modern Improvements; electric
ity; quiet location; or for rent furnished,
adults only. Inquire Room 214, 185 Church
St., New Haven, Conn.
New Jersey?riiue or Kent.
A HOME FOR YOUR OWN PRICE ALMOST
I have a home that I built to occupy for
the rest of my lifetime, but a death ha?
made me wish to sell, and being left all
alone I shall get rid of It and Its associa
tions at once. If you are looking for a com
plete home at a nominal figure of $18,000 (It
coat m? $35,000) you can get tills one, and If
desired I will st'U the furniture and even the
food In the house. I want no mors of It. as
the Incentive to keep and live In It Is gone.
It Is In Farmlngdale, N. J., 78 minutes from
jersey City via Jersey Central R. R. If y^u
will look and want a home I know you will
buy. 10 rooms and 4 bathfi; perfect In all
details. Oriental rugs. Frlgldlare electric Ice
box, mahogany furniture, hair mattresses,
snlid silverware, china, glassware, enamel
kitchen range, Detroit vapor oil stove, cork
floor In kitchen, oak floors elsewhere; plate
glass windows, library of hundreds of vol
umes, couches, pictures, mirrors, Vlctrola
and records; all home canned fruits and
vegetables, electric lamps, linens, bedding,
coal, wood, &c. Lot Is 50x178, house 38x38
ft.; 2 car garage, and will sell my Stude
baker also. Colonial architecture. Hous?
only 19 months old; asbestos roof; frame
construction; Welsh tile veranda; copper
leaders; copper screen* a'! over the house.
Nothing but the very best that could be had
was put In this home. (Photos on request.)
GEORGE, Box 212, Farmlngdalo. N. J.
AshlTRY PAItK, Allenhurst, Deal, Ocean
Grove, Bradley Beach and vicinity: dealt
aable summer cottages for rent, furnished;
for sale, furnished ami unfurnished; com
plete list. HARRINGTON & CUNNING
HAM. Asbury Pqyk, N. J.
A village farm, near Itldgewoud; convenient
express station; long. Tow type house, fl
rooms, all Improvements; large shade trees;
outbuildings: 8 acres; garden, fruit, berrlen,
asparagus, spring brook, trout pool. FRED
ERICK A. TETOR, Rldtrewood, N. J.
ASBURY PAItK, Allenhurst, Deal Beach;
Bradley Beach, Ocean Grovo, Elberon, &>?.;
summer houses, hotels, garages. JACOB A.
KING, opposite North Asbury Park Station.
BARGAIN for quick sale, 8 room, hollow
tile, stucco house; In best location of Chat
ham, N. J.; R0 minutes from New York city
on Lackawanna. Box C 670 Herald. ?80
Broadway.
ELHEKON, DEAL,, WEST ENIX
Furnished Cottages for Rent.
WAR DELL A BURKE.
Near Railroad Ststlon. West Fnd. N. J
HOUSES?0-6-7-8 rooms; fine country; 4.'.
minutes Penn. R. It.; all Improvements;
Just finished; move right In: plot 50x100
station, school and 2 trolleys on property.
W. W. LYONS, Bldg. Dept., 110 Weat S4th
St.. Y. Y.; room Bftf-H.
MORRISTOWN ? Three miles depot, fur
nished, exclusive, 12 rooms, 0 baths, bil
liards, library, sleeping porcli; garage,
stables; with, without large fnrm, orchards,
gardens; monthly $250. 357 W. 24th. Chel
sea 1486, 12-2.
MOUNTAIN LAKES properties and farms.
EDWARD J. CAH1LL, Boonton, N. J.
S'FTLEY, N. J.?$1?,000; attractive home;
finest section of Nutiey; IS rooms and bath,
latest Improvements, open fireplace, steam
beat, vapor return, large living room, lar>-*
porch, all screened; lot 215x150; near sta
tlon, trolley and clubs; will consider ex
change offer on lneorno property, securities
or vacant building lot: send for photograph.
VAN LEEUWEN, 101 Brookfleld av., Nutiey.
N._J^ ____
RIDGE WOOD. N. J.-For sale, largo house,
with 8 large rooms and large reception
hall: house up to date and substantially
built; large barn with two box stalls, two
up to date hen houses; about one-lialf aere
of ground; situated at 284 East Rldgewoud
av.; about 15 minutes' walk from the sta
tion: apple, pear, cherry, peach and sha<n>
trees, Krapes and cultivated blackberries,
with large garden; this place must be seen
to be appreciated; will sell at a sacrifice If
sold a' once. For full particulars and terms
address Mr. JOHN J. FERRALL, 448 Weft
liltli St.. New York city. Tel. Chelsea 8llOO.
Or homu address, 284 East Ridge* ood ST.,
Rldgcwood, N. J. Tel. Ridge wood 757.
WRITE for free list of houses, salt, rent.
. VAN WIN KLE CO., Rutherford, N. J.
Massachusetts?Male or Beat.
FOR HALE?Cape Cod shore property, Im
proved and unimproved; large tracts, small
tracts; ready to occupy, ready to develop;
ocean view; water priv ileges excellent. Write
to CHAS. BASBETT, So. Chatham, Mass.
MIacellaneou?-*mM or Rent.
LARGE tract; mile frontage on ocean and
bay; excellent location; railroad, auto
rosd; ripe for development. FRAZ)ER CO.,
1218 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Pa.
FARM PROPERTY.
New Jersey.
I am the owner choice poultry land, near
school, In, 7-15 28 acre plots, $100 to $500
per acre, with terms; no buildings; near big
Westwood Poultry Hliow, Erie Railroad; 20
miles New York city. J. B. BLOOMER,
Hillsdale. N. J. .
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
WANT SMALL APARTMENT H'TTEL.
SOUTH of 50th St. (value about $200,000t.
In exchange for free and clear country
property; will add some rash; quick action.
FltED'K FOX # CO., INC.. 2117 Madison av.
Tel. 0540 Vanderbllt.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
PRIVATE house, small, 50th to 88(h st*..
Lexington to 3d av*., not over $29,000;
early possession. 8. OSGOOD PELL tt CO..
17 W'"* 44th et.
WANTED FOR INVESTMENT, private
house, altered into apartments, MANHAT
TAN or BROOKLYN; state lowest price,
rents and expenses. A 078 Herald, Fulton St.
' WA NTEI)?Two" 4 story and basement
houses (preferably 50 ft. front), 44th
to 50th St., Clth to Islington av.
Address M A 321 Herald. Herald eg
RUSINESS PLACES TO LET.
From Battery to 14th St., Inclusive.
DOWNTOWN OR UPTOWN SPACE.
Desk room. I'.'n, private office, $30 and u;
also mall privilege, $5 monthly; telephon
attendant; excellent service: no lease -e
quired. For up town, 51* 4th av. (oppoelt
wanamakrr's). For down town, 206 Broad
way. Telephone 250 Worth.
IN Tribune Bitlldtng.Newly furnished private
office or desk room; telephone, stenogra
pher services. J B 810 Herald. Fulton st.
STORK "to rent, "IS Barclay st; good fc
dr'igglst or nuto supplies, cigar store e
any retail business; also offices, desk roo'
on third floor. D. J. BARRY.

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