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BAYERS SELL WEST SIDE APARTMENTS Investor Takes 12 Story House on 79th Street ? Other Sales Reported. The twelve story apartment house, 71*100, at 140 West Seventy-ninth street has been sold by J. C. & M. G. Mayer to Charles C. Alexander, an investor, at a t?rlce eat<l ??? ?'.wive been close to 1630,000. Tl.t. house has two suites on a floor, comprising eight and nine rooms with three baths each, and has a rent roll of $90,000. It was built ten y?arf ago by' the Brixton Construction Company and has always been fully rented. In part payment Messrs. Mayer took two altered dwellings at 236 and 237 Central Par* West, 40x100, which are fully rented, with an annual Income of 125,000. Edward M. Simmons was the broker In the transaction. Doctor Ban Hudson Overlook. Dr. Leo Heldenrlch, a tenant In the Hudson Overlook apartments at 804 West 180th street, southeast corner of Plnahurat avenue, has purchased that property from I. Portman, held at $250,000. It is a six story elevator struc ture on a plot 100x100 and was recently acquired by the seller from a client of Jacobs A Livingston. The house Is ar ranged for six families on a floor and returns an annual rental of apprjxi nately $40,000. Aator Parcels on Bast Hide Sold. Another of the Astor realty holdings, the two four story tenements with stores at 94 and 96 Avenue A, northeast corner of Sixth street, has been sold The property was conveyed by James R. Roosevelt and others, trustees for William Astor, and acting for William A. Drayton, to Isldor Berk. The stated oonslderation was $49,000. Other Deals In Manhattan. Byrne & Bowman sold for a Mr. Mundschein to the Libby Realty Com pany. Inc., W. A. Fischer prosldent, two six story apartments, 80x100, at 340$ to $413 Broadway, between ISSth and 189th streets. The buildings each con tain two stores and sixteen apartments Of five and six rooms. They were held at $250,000. and sold for all cash. Pease & Elllman sold for Mrs. Msr garet W. Knelling. 338 East Ninety-fifth street, between First and Second ave hues. 40x100, the six story store antf apartment house, to Joseph G. Abram son, the operator. The property rents for close to $6,000 a year. The Munroe. a six story apartment house, 66.8x1100.11, at 415 West 116th street, has been sold by Max J. Klein to the Ess Zee Realty Corporation. William P. Jones fk Son sold 129 West Sixtieth street, a fiv*! story twentv | family tenement. 25x89x100.5 for Will iam R. van Bokkellan of Berkeley. Ca!. i to Caroline C. Doig. SALES IN MANHATTAN REVEALED IN RECORDS The National Hotel Supply Companv bought from Hugh P. Skelly three three story store busdings, 66.llx57.10x irregu lar, at 21 to 25 Ninth avenue, south of I Thirteenth street. The Iza Holding Company, with Ber nard. Conrad and Sa?uet Schelnknian a? directors, bought from the United States Trust Company, as trustee. ?7 and 59 East 117th street, two five storv houses. 66x100.11, valued at $65,000. Samuel I. Oolleb, attorney, represents the new company. Leon Karker was the broker. The six story apartment house, with stores. 74.11x85.1x irregular, st the north west corner of Macomb's place and 142d atreet, haa been sold by Helen A. Knob loch to George H. Mundorf. The Eglington, a five story flat. C3.8x 98.9, at 2E7 and 229 West Thirty-sixth ?trect, has been bought by the Quiller Morgan Company from the Little Streets Company. The California Road Realty Company sold to William Tienkrn and Robert C. Gunshor a five story store flat. $5x100, at 2573 Eighth avenue, north of 137th street. The 229 East 121?t Street Corporation ,?old to Lorenso Mattlolo two six story ?tore tenements, W.RxlOO.llx Irregular, at S40 to 344 East 105th street. Samuel C?ottfurcht sold to Bessie Newman a four story store tenement, 80x64. at 1574 Second avenue, south of i Eighty-second street. Rose Fleischman sold to Max Wert helmcr two five story tenements. 50.4x 7S.S. at 422 and 424 West Fifty-sixth street. Kathrlna Schwoerer sold to Benjamin Klein a five story tenement, 25x102.2, at 388 Eaat Eighty-third street. Poat-Academy. Inc.. with Julius S. and Abraham Tannenbaum end Philip K. Uhr as directors, acquired the prop erty. l<X>x260, at the southwest corner of Post avenue and Academy street from the Empire Trust Company. LESSEES BUY LOFT HOME. The United International Corporation has purchased the five story loft build ing. 40x100. at 25 and 27 West Thirtieth street, which property the company iaased last August for a term of twenty years, with the privilego of buying for $166,000. The seller, the Smallwlch Realty Corporation, conveyed the prop erty on Saturday subject to mortgages for $88,000. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. Fenlmore C. Ooode? has retired from the firm of Brett A Goode and has opened offices under the firm name of Fenlmore C. Goode Company, Inc., In b(8 Fifth avenue. Andrew L. Benel, a former director of Brett A Goode. will be associated with the new company aa manager of Ita Industrial department. Wm. A. White A Sons have secured for the Hefcrew Children's Convalescent Home at Bnckaway Beach n first mort gage loan of $?R.000 for five years which will t>e utilised to Improve the buildings and Install more modem equip ment. ?William P. Jones A Son have leased offices In the Times Building. Cornelius O'Brien Is the buyer of 115 West Forty-seventh street, occupied by tha Actors Rqjltv league. Holllngs C. Benton, the broker, will manage the property. William C'rulkshank's Sons were the brokers In the sale of the northeast cor ner of I'ark avenue and Ninety-seventh atreut, reported last Haturday. Brown, Wheelock Company, Inc., have been appointed agents for 44 Pine street. Fepe A Brother have been appointed *g*nts of 149 Bleecker street, a four story dwelling, and of 824 Greenwich street, 94 Jane street and 777 to 711 Wuhlngton street. RESTAURATEURS LEASE FULTON STREET HOME Other Rental* Reported ui Manhattan. Walter F. Llbby, Inc., restaurateurs, for many yearn at 122 Pulton street, have leased the building from the 122 Fulton Street Corporation for twenty one years at an aggregate rental of (282,000. Harold L. Lewis was the broker. Cross A Brown Company sold to the Seymour Company, wholesale dealers in paper, the six story building at 328 West Sixteenth street, 75x60. The same brokers leased offices In 562 Fifth ave nue to Leo M. Kirch, diamond mer chant : in 8 East Forty-first street to John M. Toucey, dealer In railway supplies. J. B. English leased for Ellen V. Snowden to L Bailey the three buildings ut 118 to 817 West Forty-eighth street Cushman A Wukefteld. Inc., leased offices in the Canadian Pacific Building, Madison avenue. Forty-third to Forty fourth street, to John H. Branham company All Metal Sales Company, Inc., W llliam P. McDonald Construction Company, the Canton Art Metal Com pany. Frank G. Morris Company,-the Buffington Company, Inc., of Oswego.; Joseph 8. Qualey, and. with Carl A. Leasenfeld, offices to the Quentall Cor poration. Tankoos, Smith A Co.. with Sheldon C. Knlffin, have leased In the Automat Building at 1553 Broadway the south store for a long term of years at a rental aggregating JIOO.OOO to Joseph Greenwald and S'amuel H. Born, who operate the Born French Chocolate Shops. Lewis L. Rosenthal Company has leased the following stores: With Theo dore Luby, two stores In corner of St. Nicholas avenue and 168th street to Theodore Trumpas and Thomas Hronls for ten years; in 644 Eighth avenue for seven years to I. Pubroff for a chain lunch room ; in 703 Eighth avenue to S. Landes, leather goods; in 144 East Forty-second street to Philip Kotler. leather soods; with Theodore Luby to Silver & Herman in 31 Park Row; In the Penn Arcade to the Radio Stores Corporation ; with Morris Taylor in 300 West Forty-fourth street "to George Lewine A Co., Inc., leased for L. M. Goldberg store in 885 Eighth avenue to the Jackson Clothing Company, Inc., at an aggregate rental of approximately $35,000. OPERATOR TAKES OVER 3 BRONX APARTMENTS More Large Flats Planned in Northern Borough. Samuel Brener has bought from the Bentrop Corporation the three apart ments at the northwest corner of Mor ris avenue and l?3d street, returning an annual rental of approximately 145.000. The corner house is six stories high with six stores and the two inotde houses on Morris avenue, each 50x106, arc five stories in height. The struc tures were erected about four years ago and occupy a site 147xl<W. There are sixty-five suites of three, four and five rooms. L. Rosenthal was the broker. Samuel Kaplan has sold for Clara Plhen to Isadore Montefiore Levy the five story apartment house, 40xlC0," con taining two stores and accommodating eighteen families at 1559 Southern boulevard. The actual rental is about Jr;0? and the Property was held at Joo.000. Hudson P. Rose Company, operators, purchased from Rnechled estate the five two family houses at 1306 to 1314 Balcom avenue. The Johnsori-Deichsel Building Com pany purohased from William Plcken the plot. 52x100. on the north side of 2, iLiT. v ' tc<kt eMt of Hul> avenue. J ??*, 'r"* Sforv tHXPftyer Is being brokers on Brother? were the Harry H. Cohen and Samuel Singer sold for Mrs. O. T. Fitzgerald the three story dwelling. 23x97, at 113 East 183d street to Philip Wattenbe'g f? pmvement with stores. ,,:!fhn ^or,and bought from Xathan ? for*?"* itJTCSt r?r,1h,lm road' a three rh?. w . J"*' :r!x,U' whlch he pnr \ier e'J L Wtek an<1 hpld at 145.000. Mel.ernon Brothers were the brokers. S*w Apartment 1 tonne* Planned. ,0r.o*i* apartment houses to fn The Br a<m fUfQ yesterday in The Bronx as follows: ifnfverniiy avenue, eaat *id#? m A aouth of Brandt place, nix story! 7T?.7?t ovJne?flot Building Company. Inc. j*n\Z r ,-wv 7<!hInKelot President, r ,rl<' architect. Cost. 8130.000. n?"ltjL avenue, east side. 55 53 north of I-eatherbed lane, two five "lory apartments. 62.6x102.97- W'i-m c sress'""* rrr,-,r S,:?-"; ? B. ?1?0? Kreymborg. architect. Cost. avet,u*. northwest corner K rZW;/lv' 8torv- S7*138- R<-r u . ?rporn tion, owners: Emll ?7 *<"\Pre!,ldent Mortimer E Fr?e hof. architect. Cost 82V1.000 l?2d0.?reetrC"ft.vaV7UP' corner ?U RM V '7' *7 ^ns-2. Kellsa ?y\i*n rteaity ^ompanv. Inc own.? . FwTn N'?nnan' president. 'fcwell A architects. Coat. 8200.CW * qrEE,S BOROl'OH Market. fl. Budd Mnndell, who recently gave I* seashore residence at Neponatt I I to the M.inport. Realty Corporation |?' P?rt payment for the ^ A bo "haVenU'- "?? Purchased of?T, ?*pont propwtr' T? ??????? u\ \ *r,tk and ?t?oco dwelling on the 7 nn ^*ht" ?n '*????? Hav A. r?. Thompson Company sold ? .1* room cottage. 25x100. at 21 Lincoln ?Ce WHUe Jortan 1?* 1,1 U?r' builder- * Ui Jord,,n for oerupancr ,''"h N'PWmlt: (or '<? Plot on Pe,oh 14 4th street; for 8?^ foJrChJr?rn"trln a P'0t ?n UU "trcet:' ? .hR',p" Seigmnn a plot on 144th street; for Cornelius I>wyer a ni?V ?? *Zl A"'!, ? . Keating a plot on Rearh on l 4-Vr .' f?r ?11" r H""" R ?">??" on 14,th street; f?r Csfherine Talhot Stuart''j *Ch tM6,h '? Htuart J. Steers a plot on 143d street ? Rpr<ram Kellman a plot on Bench 12<th street ; for Anna Burnell a plot Fe^Mn 12J'h Hn'' fr>r KlUabeth street. nTSTRUCTION. COLLEGES. AC. PRATT NCHOOf,, OS 45tt? Sfr^nA ' HtEfnRE7^n,AL TP. At N't Nr. Ir. dividual ln?tr?rt|on I'mtl nidg. u. S. Secretarial School j U7 njTH A VB. UT 44 TH ITJ I 15 Story Structure to Rise on 3Iadison Av. Between 85tli and 86th Streets. A first mortgage loan of 54,200.000 has been placed by S. \V. Straus 4 Co. on the fifteen story apartment house which I. Fluegelman is to build on the site or the old New York City Railway Company's car barn on the west side of Madison avenue, between Eighty-fifth and Eighty-sixth streets, which Mr. Fluegelman purchased at an auction conducted a few weeks ago by Joseph P. Day. The loan will be a first lien on the net annual earnings of the 12 West Eighty-sixth Street Corporation, of which Mr. Fiuegelman is head, and which It is estimated will amount to 1546,000. Apartments in the atructure will he leased unfurnished for housekeeping purposes, each having a kitchen, with range, sink, china closets and Ice box artificially refrigerated from a central plant. In addition It is planned to furnish any further service the tenant may desire, whether it be ordinary maid sorvlce, general house cleaning, food or any other service that the most modern hotel affords. Although hotel service will be fur nished to tenants the building will be constructed in accordance with tenement house requirements. The. ground floor will have sixteen stores, with basement facing on the entire Madlsonvavenue frontage, each about fifty feet deep and twelve to fourteen feet wide. Nine doc tor's suites of three rooms each, with | private street entrances, will face on Etghty-flfth and Elshty-sixth streets. A large dining room, banquet hall and office will alao be located on the ground floor. The building will contain 265 suites of from three to six rooms, giving a J total of 1,003 living rooms. There will be eight elevators. The land has a frontage of 204 feet on Madison avenue and 220 feet on each of the other two streets. Construction work will begin at once and the building will be ready for the spring renting season next year. The Fred T. Ley Company are the builders. Schwartz & Gross are the architects. Henry Fiuegelman was the attorney for the owner, who also operates the Hotel Hamilton. IN THE DWELLING MARKET. Couglilan & Co.. Inc.. resold for George Lazo to M. B. Frledllch the four story dwelling, 30x102.2, at 120 West Eighty-second street. The purchaser will occupy. It was held at $4o.000. William P. Jones & Sop. sold 454 West Forty-third street, a threa atory dwell ing. 19x48x100.5, for Eugene Callahan to John Marashiian. James H. Cruikshank purchased from Hattie T. Farrand 238 West 113th street, a three story dwelling. 17x100. Harry Sugarinan was the broker. Charles Metzger resold the property for James H. Cruikshank to Frank Terrell, who will occupy. Wm. A. White & Sons sold for the estate of Arthur R. Wilson the four story dwelling. 2">xl00, at 440 West Twenty-third street to Frank J. Duval, who will occupy. NEW CONCERN TRANSFERS. The 128 Delancey Street Realty Cor poration (H. Gross, L,. Lindcbaum and J. Rubin) has been formed to take over the six story store building, 26.6x70.8. at that address. P. Cohen, I. Rnuch and D. I^obel have formed the 112 West Sixteenth Street Corporation to take over the three story building. 25x103.9. at that location. W. H. BARNARD SELLS PLOT. William H. Barnard, who recently ob tained a loan of $500,000 on the block front of Riverside Drive between Eighty ninth and Ninetieth streets, including his residence on the Eighty-ninth street corner, has sokl the rear portion of the Ninetieth street front, a site 36.11x125.5, to Adolph Rusch, who owns and occupies the fifty foot dwelling at S22 West Ninetieth street, adjoining. The parcel sold contains the garage at the rear of the Hamilton Institute for Girls on the Drive and Ninetieth street corner. Mr. Rusch now has a frontage at this point o: S6.ll feet. SUBURBAN MARKET. Mrs. Rose U>renz, an executive in the American Art Galleries of this city is re ported to have purchased the residence of D. O. Pierce In Sound Beach. Conn.. which she has been occupying for sev eral years. Unolnorlh C*. In Ettthth At. Oral. The F. W. Woolworth Company, which occupies 555 Eighth avenue, a four atory building, 24.8x100. has bought that property from Morris Gumpel. as ex ecutor. The company acquired recently the adjoining building at 587 and now controls a plot 49.4x100. QUEBEC PREMIER HINTS AT TARIFF REPRISAL Believe? Ottawa May Impoae Export Duty on Palp. Bpmal DUpetch to Tita New Yosa Hbsai.p Ottawa. April t.?That the Fordney tariff bill docs not aerm very popular with Americans, especially In the New England States, Is stated hy L.. A. Taa chercau. ITemter of Quebec Province, who has Just got back after visiting American cities. "If the Government of the United States," the Premier said, "inaists on .ulsing the duty on all Canadian foods i think that Ottawa will have to Impoae an exportation duty on pulp wood, and this will greatly Inconvenience the Amer icans. as they have not at present a sufficient quantity of wood on their ter ritory for their great demands." $140,000,000 FOR GOOD ROADS. Unnn of JIht York latrndare* Bill for Next Two Year*. Washinoton, April 3.?A bill for the appropriation of $65,000,000 additional for building of roads during the fiscal year ending June 30. 1923, vai Intro duced to-day by Representative Dunn tN. Y.. Rep ). It also would authorize an additional expenditure of $75,000,000 for the fiscal ;.ear ending June 30, 1924. DANCING. ?t Tears at On i Usui Mtuvi Soaetfcbtal 3bnuy42E2i TBLXPHONB COLUMBUS UTt and Ml 127 Columbus Are. (65th) 0w4 far Frw Ul?tr?tt4 Bsokbl 2 MORE FLATS FOR LENOX HILL ZONE Frederic Culver Buys Sites at Lexington Avenue and 69th Street. As a site for two eleven story apart ment houses. the Joint-Ownership Com structlon Company. Frederic Culver, president, has contracted to purchase the northeast corner of Lcx'nston ave nue and Sixty-ninth street, comprising 14,000 square feet, and taking In the entire block front on the east side of Lexington avenue, with the exception of the twenty-one foot dwelling on the eoutheast corner of Seventieth street. James C. McOulre & Co. were the sellers and Pease & Elllmcn were the brokers. The corner apartment house will cover a plot, 100 feet on the avenue by 72.S feet on the street. The adjoining house will cover the plot to the north, 78.11x90.6. The corner building will have ten eight room suites and ten nine room suites with smaller suites on the ground floor. The house adjoining will contain ten six room suites and towonty-two four room and two three room snltrs. In the rear there will be a oentra) oourt, 30x50. The inside or avenue building will overlook in the rear the RESORTS. private residence of Maltland F. Griggs at 1M and 156 East Seventieth street. The two structures will be operated jointly and will be disposed of on the joint ownership plan at prices ranging from $8,000 for four room suites to $22,000 for nine rooms. Rouse & Goldetone have been commissioned to draw plans and the Hegemen-Harrls Company. Inc., will erect the buildings. Pease St EU1 man have been appointed agents. Two weeks ago the Joint-Ownership Construction Company purchased the northeast corner of Liexington avenue and Seventy-second street, -on which a twelve story apartment house will be erected from plans by James Gamble Rogers. BIGGER SITE FOR HOME OF MARSHALL FIELD Marshall Field has enlarged the site for his proposed town house by pur chasing the residence of Mrs. Harriet 3. Huas at 7 East Sixty-ninth strett, re ported sold in The New York Herald last Sunday. With this purchase, Mr. Field enlarges his Sixty-ninth street frontage to ninety feet. He previously purchased the intervening sixty feet together with the abutting propBrtle.*, at 4 and 6 East Seventieth street. Will iam B. May & Co. were the brokers. Brooklyn Honiie Sale The Jere Johnson Jr. Company, auc tlonners, will eell at noon to-day, in the Brooklyn Real Estate Exchange the four story dwelling at 328 Clinton avenue, near Lafayette. Immediate possession will be given. RESORTS. Atlantic Cltv. I Atlantic C ity. THE FAMOUS SPRING SEASON ii the moat pleasant time of the year to visit the National Play ground. Bracing salt breetes, warm spring snn and sparkling sea, the attractive Boardwalk, congenial surroundings and every out o'door attraction contribute to enhance the pleasure of your stay. Three well-appointed golf courses are now in the pink of con dition and promise every opportunity for a perfect game. "You Should be in Atlantic City" T8B LEADING HOUSES Comprise the finest in the World. Phone. Wire or Write for Information. Rates, etc. IAlways Open. All are American Plan unless otherwise noted). Ritz-Carfton Ear. Plae only Hotel Dennis Waller J. Busty Msrlbereegh-Bleaheiai Araer. ana Eu. Plena JeaiehVhile A Son*Co. Hotel Tray more Aaaar. and Eu. Plana Joe.W.Mott.Gen.Mgr. The Shelbwrne European Plan J.Wsiket. Mgr. Kits Restaurant The Breakers Amrr. and Eu. Plana J?fl HiJlman, Prop. Alanine Hotel latr. and Eu. Plans Meek Lais Co. Hotel Brighton and Casino Klfeate-Haddsa ttsll d<& LipfiontiCo. Hotel Strand Arntr. Plan only I'.B. Off. Orn.A Mgr. Hotel St. Charles Ed. ?. Grssaeap, Mgr. Hotel Ckalaoa J,B.Thompson & Co. Hotel Morton Boll & Cope. Owner* The Holmhurst A. H. Darnell Galen Hall Galen Hall Co. The Ambassador En. Plan- -A la Carta and Table d'Hote The Wiltshire Samuel Eliia.Ownrr N. J. Collins, Mgr. For TimeteMe sad fall information rensalt I.oonl Ticket A tent a. fteaehrd in three hour* from New York Tie Central R. R. of N. J.. Stations, Liberty St. and 3Srd St.. or ?is Penna. R. R. from Penne. Station or Hudson Torminaf. Through Pullman serrlce. Comfortable and eeaecaient train service from ell poifiU. JPF*** *' Lone Island. Atlantic ( Itj. 15 MINUTES FROM PK.NNA. STA TION L. I. R. R. ELECTRIC TRAINS. RO MINUTES FROM WALL 8TRKET. JO MINUTES TO THEATRE AND BHOP PING DISTRICTS. SO MINUTES BT MOTOR TO OP. AND CENTRAL STATION. F?rtu Hill* loo. ftral HUN. L. I. Telephone 6290 Boulevard. LOW SPRING RATES /In ideal home; every convenience; rates an low as- *14 per meek for tvo person*; better rooms at equal'v rate*. Reduced restavrant Plate Luncheon 75e. Plate 91. After Theatre Suwcr 30 Minutes from Times Square 200 room#; 73 private baths; spa cious v era Ada?; boardwalk fronting ocean; danciny; frequent diversions ; write for Booklet. HOTEL SHELBURNE FOREST HILLS INN Uirectly at tlx ? tafia*. a at Mil 81 mlnatca fraal 6rru4 Caatral. Henri l'ancbay A Dm, lae.. Lmm* Lawresca t'ark. lltMutUla. M. X. New Jer**jr. MORRISTOTVN INN. Open ail Year. J. BARRER. Tel. 684 Morrlatown. N. J. Atlantic fit jr. IOLMHUKST HOTEL HOLMHUIQ *?MMyleaala An., elaa* to Berne h and S'ael I pfar Alwar* apaa. Capaalty Ma. .Tl?a>? I beta*. maniac a1?? la all hadreaaaa. Haul I ha !?*? ke-t> 'SoraafWy rwiaaated *ad re- I E?flal ratea Albert H. Parti*1' | KENTUCKY KENTUCKY AT*. NEAR BEACH Aawrkaa W*a U.M a* daily. $17.54 ap Peaalar f ar?p?ai> Ratrt Kiev* tar ?o etreet flaeWMty *ed phone* Iti all raaaw Prlrata hatha. Itanntng water Flre-nroof addittoa White ?rrie* OwninXip wf't KING A BA RH AR1 GRAND ATLANTIC NCWOWNERSHV mNAQCMCNT Virginia At*., near beach. Cap. IWO. l'rlrata > bath*. running watar: 94 per day up: w??l(1y.BooV1at.Auto at Station*.O. I>. Pala?a? ; [Tfatel Lomine^ |8(. Charted I'laua anil Baach. Freeh and ???*, |w ater bath* ; running water In rootna; elevator. IFuperlor table; inoS. rate*; Coarh at train*.I lA.E WAONKn.rrop W R.LATTON.Mr i BOTHWtLL Virginia Ave aet-vnd botiaa from Hoardwalk and Steel Pier Every appointment. Ml a heat ?tandatJ In rulain* and aarvlca. Roofclru Special weekly ral?a. J. Hothwall. Pron. S5WWlL?T>yHIRB Virginia A*., near Haach. American plan. Boom* with running water and private bath*. BAM ELLIS. Owner. N. J. COLLINS. Mgr TfeTRAlfMORE "anm I VJorkfs (jr**rest Hot*! Succeis HOTEL ci^TIN ENTAlT Spend the Enitrr Holiday a In ATLANTIC CITY AT HOTEL MONTICELLO EinIi In t'onafert, Sartlra nil Caialne I Kaaturky Ave. Near Baaefc AiranUr Clty'e riaeat. l<arceit ??d Host I'opuar Moderate Kate Haul $3.50 up Daily, Special Weekly American Plan Choir*. w*ll-fi rnfahed rooms private talk*, tr.etal bed a, elevator* '? atreet. u!rj*j? l'..r attract!** !a*b7. parlor* anil reception paoma; capacity WW: ofliaatn, dancing Newly parered and renovated throughout. T ibl'eltowam. RUNNINf WATFR IN AU ROOMS OwutrnhUi laaoaitvmeot. Boeklat. rtfrriEH * Kot.TiNi.Kit SKelbvirrve i X ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. J Directly facing tke Sea. OPEN ALL THE YEAR FRENCH GQILL ANDOIVIEPA TERRACE. EUROPEAN PL,AN New f ireproof addition II opwvs June 15. Capacity 400 || PW?1628 JACOB WfalEl. = IN THK MOJO KKALTIFVI. XKCTION. HmEDISON Michigan Avenue, n*?r Tleach. Atlantic City N. J. Extensively Improved. Hot and <-oi( runi ln* water In all room*. Electric IlirtiT* Elevator service; lar*e. airy and aunnj room*. European plan?Double room*. $10 ft.* and $20 per week; dally rate, |3, f4. Single roem*. fl.TiO per day. IflT VFRNHN 1'*^* Pacific Are. Ever Rll. TLRltun, appointment. Aratr. Plar |17.r.0 up weekly f.T?K) up dally. Eur. T'lsn Double room, fin to $2" wkly., $2 to f" dly Single rrjora, fl..">0 up per day. I'hone 4"il2. r. e. padoktt. I .ake wood. N. J. ^LAURELJIOUSE^ LAUREL-in-the-piNEs LAKCWOOD Pl.t/. He fort Hotels of Ultiave Prwtide Golf of MarHrd Supremacy awdnq,Mdtii<).Twttfi,Gu?niw<|. Ocean Orove. STOKES HALL, Ocean Grove, N. J. Ocean Pathway, modern convenience*, center of all attraction*. A. E. B. 8tra**bvrg*r, Owner. Mgr. ? Aohury Park. ^MAfiLBQROUGH 'W SEXTONJlei ASBDRY flA.RK.N J A?bur> Park Hotel Information Free. Write Muni' tpal information llureau. Center of Hlf'.tKl winter pop"'*'I"" New Jeraey. AS AT TRACTIVE AM IT9NAMC H AYh?2W?1y INN AOW OCPWINO - *W<i>4Q-^T.W r L*WHg? HMtL ' ~ ? ^ _ T- HZW JERSEY ncDKiNr. - ft Mvr in-. ftahama-t. For detail* about Na?au write or plton* Raymond .* Wlittcomh fe.. 'J1IK Fifth Ave. NtrMiniand. See SWITZERLAND fiend for complimentary travel literature Nc. 24 mwim FEDERAL R A IE ROAM, 2?1 fifth Av , N..,y fa,r)l. Italy. INFORMATION ON ITAI.Y. ?*i Hffh Ave., New York, REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. IOMBI-U P. DAY, Real Olfit,. .lurtlnneet r.; Ubcrty Ht .. N. V. I'M "It ( ort 744 JKKF. JOHNSON, JR., CO., Auctioneer*, 1M Montague B?? Brooklyn, N. V. MONEY TO LOAN AND WANTED ON BOND AND MORTGAGE. _ $1,500,OOO DUROSS CO. To loan on mortgagaa. Ha relay 5734. CITY REAL ESTATE. J. ARTHUR SCHE 890 ?TH AVE., NEAR 40TH ST. REAL ESTATE IN AIX ITS HRANC1IBS. IXJNCACRE 7170.7-8. F. St G. PFLOMM, REAL ESTATE, 1333 Broadway, at 35th St. Management of Itailini Properties a Specialty. CROSS CBROWN COMPANY Real Estate in all IU branches, 18 EAST 4IST ST. 407 BROADWAY. 17.1 FIFTH AV.. R'WAV ?S7 St.. Flsk BUf. r^ommerc i nl .Prop e rty M0 ? , 1261 Broadway Stuyv. Q617. j BUSINESS HESh PROPERTY J. E. WHITAKER MANAGEMENT Tel. Pl,a*a TOM. 57 W(?t 57th St. George B. Corsa, *?' 10 Fast forty-third Street. New York. A V AMY A CO real Watk. _? *, m 1 ? LUl Iffl) W. 7?d St.. N. Y. C. DOIQUU I.. ELL1MAN * CO., 15 East 49th St. Plara 9200. Abo\e .19th St.?5th Av. to North River. BARGAIN PRICES Lenox Av., 355. Near 128th St.?4 Btory and basement; ripe for business; prlco $19,500. 118th Pt., 101 W.?4 itory Rnd basement, hardwood trim; $11.<*)0; $2,000 cash. ' SIMON MYERS, 38 Park Row. Tel. Cort. 0250. Borough of Queen*?Sale or Kent. GREAT HOUSE BARGAIN $7.B00 buys beautiful $8,900 house, large Plot, near station, tax exempt (saves $2,OO0). Steam, trlectrlclty, parquetry. tile, veranda inclosed, $1,000 cash, $23 monthly principal. McNEBCE, 30 Union Hall St., Jamaica. Telephone Jamaica 4245. Borough or Richmond?Sale or Rent. plots"of TWO ACRES OR MORE POTt 8ALE at Chelsea, Staten Island; plots of two acrm or more; frontage on main road: hlg+i ground: close to trackless trollev ESTATE OP \VM. T. MEREDITH, 94 Fulton St., New York. REAL ESTATE?OUT OF CITY, l-onc lslaad?:Sale or Rent. LITTLE NECK, L. I. For sale, at I<!ttle Neck, Long Island, tax ?"vu"npt, 6 room house, in good section: all Improvements; lot 40x100 feet; 4 minutes' walk from depot. Can be seju by appoint ment. Phone Hayslde 1249-W. 1 FREEPORT Houses and bungalows, 4 to IS rooms: ' prlr.., *3/100 to $.tO,'*X': building plots, 40x j ion and larger: price $400 upwards. Terms. Apply Owner. JOHN J. RANDALL CO., 15 N. Long Beach av.. Freeport. L. I., N. Y. OLD GARDEN CITY Fully Improved Restricted Rulldlng Plot*. Size 40x100 and up. Terms reasonable. The Garden City Company, Garden City, L. I. - Itenl Kxtnte Alone the Great Month Bay. JKItl.MI III KOBBINS, Bab t Ion. LI. Tel. 51. Westchester?Sale or Rest. f HAI'NCKY B. GRIr FEN * CO.. Westchester's Leuding Realty Experts. 18 K?*t 4Mt St. Murray Hill ?;#>. $11000 REDUCTION hAs l?"m authorised In order to dispose of 3 very attractive, modern, up to datt, substan tially built private dwellings In I.ARCHMONT MANOR. consisting of frame, stucco a no Krick homes, having 8 to 10 rooms and iiied bathrooms, hardw ood floors?fci fact. every modern con- j v^Ritiv ami Improvement. I FRED'K P. BOFHM. Phone 410 Larchmont. N. Y.. at l.arehmont Depot. V / W HOMES IN NEW ROTHRMJS. Some now ready. Many building. Rare opportunities for Immeclatc purchasers Prices $10,000 to JtW.OOO. RENNICKS REALTY CO.. 26 North Ave., New llochelle, X. Y. Tel. 999 New Rochclle. CO! NTR\ ESTATES AND HOMES. Sale or Rent. KENNETH IVES A CO., 17 Eest 4td St. Marrar Hill 04.17. Prince fcRiPiey M-'Mlid'lun11*!* N\T. NvkSMsmlia Westchester County Pro? HStrrXSERJi ertles. 527 Fifth Ave. Connet tlriit?Sale or Rent. REAL t B. LOCKWOOD ESTATE Tel. tld Sone.1 Beach. REAL EST A ... Soaml Ben h. Ct. Tel. 546. New 4erae> ? Sale or Rent. $2,000 CASH AND ' $7,*00 ON Easy Terras i Takes Title , & Occupancy i 7 ROOMS, Tiled Hath. I Plot I 100x180 ft. EASY COMMUTATION TO NEW YORK. Permanent home, everything modern and ready for occupancy at alnu* pi Ice; no ex tras; steam heat, parquet floor", beautifully decorated Inside and out. Select, strictly residential neighborhood. Water sports, golf, | eovntry ciui>, school*. c hare boa. markets. Nearly S1I0 feet eletatlon; no mosquitoes. Itig living room with huge open fireplace. Many fine old <%?k* supply abundant shade. No MTvantt needed; electrically equipped througliout. Including electric range, electric lights and base plug* llalance, after Initial | payment, can be paid up with le?a money ! than yon will waste In rent the next few : yeor*. Inxentgat P D. WORCKSTKR. Suite 1812, 1T0 Broadway, New York Cltjr. Tel. 1522 Cort. MONTCLAIR F. M. CRAWLEY A BROS. Il E. Broker*, opp. Lackawanna Terminal. I.lie In the Oranges and Mnplewood. For prn pert Irs cnnsnlt nay member Hoard of Realtor*. Oranges and Maplewwii Sfoeckel Realty Corp. fr52*855*n*7 H. WF.ATHENBY * CO.. Engtewwd. N. .1 Engl'-wood and Vlclnlt.l ? Real Estate. KK.EM: E. UlUUKH t BRO? HeaJtara, ?pp. atatlou. South Orange. N. J. BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. Fran Battery t* 14th St.. Inrlnnive. BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. From Hot try u IMk M., IbcIiimvm. OFFICES TO SUBLET !/? 63 Vesey Street Corner of Greenwich 16,000 square feet, flooded with daylight from all four sides. Convenient to Hud son Terminal, Subway and Elevated. Will divide. Additional space if desired. Very attractive rental Apply on premises (6th floor), your own broker or to BRADY & BOWMAN, Inc. 350 Madison Avenue Vanderbilt 7403 BARCLAY BUILDING 299 Broadway DUANEE*T. A few very desirable Suites and Single Offices; also 4,000 square feet on 2d floor, with Broadway frontage of 45 feet. WRi^HT^aScLAY8 } 299 BROADWAY Attractive Office Space for CRent jn Heart of Financial District -2 7 BROADWAY ^ J In Units from 500 to 5000 Sq. Feet. Entire Ground Fioor Banking Space of JOOO Square Fee< Apply H. C. BEAVEN, on Premise# Or your own irtHfr. PHONE BROAD 1901 IbQTf 14th St. to 59th St. (Inclatl**). | Abo\?- 14th St. to HWh St. (Inctasire). K??t Hirer to North Blr?r. Eant lUrer to North lUver. 345 Madison Avenue Between 44th and 45th Sts. Light, Attractive Offices Floors of 4,000 Sq. Ft. $7,500 Most Reasonable Rent in 42d St. District in this newly completed 12-story building. Units ranging from 470 to 4,000 sq. ft. STORE 50x100 WILL DIVIDE Renting Agent on Premises Vanderbilt 8548 Or Your Own Broker REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY. K?? S?l? or Rent. MAT WOOD. If. J. M tractive home. 8 nmnn nnd buth. fine doeMe rarw?e. select locution, nil Improve ment*. beantlfal nhudc all kind* of fruit treea. (rapfi. herrlen; corner plot. IMxSM; near trolley and R. R.j ml note* from X. V. city: bargain. rare opportunity to ?ecnre an ntoMlahrd home; ?een by ?i> nvtntment. Owner. J. A. < RANMKR. 37 imu ??., Maj-woad. X. J. Send for Illustrated Booklet AMBROSE POWELL 6* Union Place. Summit. S, J, PLAINFIELD Best Dmim At I.ea*t t'oat. OmnuII J. J. SCHWARTZ "NOTE THr. ADDRKSS." REAL ESTATE?SCOTLAND Si'OTI.AND. Midlothian. To Let, FurnUhed, for ?umnier montha or lonfer, Manalon Houa* of NEW HAIL.ES, near F.dlnburKb. ornate 17th Century. beautifully f'irnlshed: 4 public room*. * l?edroo?n? trltli draining roorn?. Pte., electric llgTit. *ood *round?, within ea?v motorlwt dlatanee of iroif link* *? North Berwick. lAjffneaa, Gullane mil Mulrfleld. Apply M>>??r?, Hope Tnd.i f, Kirk. W. 8.. IP Charlotte 8q? EdThbureli FACTORIES FOR SALE OR SENT HOLT & MERRALL, Inc. INl?C*TRtAL RRAT. BXT4TG Ml Madtaen A*. Tel. VMtAertiit 41M. FACTORIES ^KTtodfn!<rK**. I. I. ItHMK. H?Mm. t?. i. BUSINESS PLACES TO LET._ From Raftery to 14th St.. Inrlnalre. Downtown Offices Large and Small Vandcrbilt Building 132 NASSAU STREET Corner Btekman Street All outside light and air 1 $30 per month and up Agent on premiae*. SAINT DENIS OFFICES* Broadway at \ 1th St. HITESTTE11TE AFCW PMIRABIE OfFlCtS FOR PENT j FROMt3Qv*> h BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. Froin iiallrri to 14th St., Imlnahr. GROUND FLOOR and BASEMENT for rent 108 Hudson Street corner of Franklin Only one block from 7th A venue Subway and 6th and 9th Avenue Elevated. Splendid location? fine building?form erly occupied by the Borden Company. Especially suit able for a bank Apply on premises or to BRADY & BOWMAN, Inc. 350 Madison Avi. Vandarbilt 7403 ^ Offices and Show Rooms 25 West Broadway Park Place and Barclay St. Offlcn* an<l Show Koom.? Klvvator, itnm heat. ?prlnkl*r 66 West Broadway N. W. Cor. Murray St. On* ?ntlre floor A!*o alngle office* and *how room*. Ei?vator. m?*m hi-*1, electric light. CRUIKSHANK COMPANY ^ 141 Broadway ^ Ahoif 14th Kt. to notli St. llnrlnihr). F.aat Rlvrr to North River. 241-5 WEST 37th ST. THIRD FLOOR LOFT About 7,000 *quar* feet. Sprinkler *y?tem Immediate po*aea*lon. MK IMKI J Ml I4)t-RR>- ?"1 Hroadwaj. 1412-1416 B'WAY Northrut Corner 3f>th 8t. OFFICES RR>"T RM TO ?IW?. Kvoi.i*n, tni Broadway. Office* and floor* for r?nt In modem office huildlnr In (Irand Central *ec t!nn. Only h"rt tenant* ponald*r"?l. i'nutual air and llrht. Moderate rental. 5. Oagood Pell & Co.