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RESALES REPORTED Brown Cables Order to Sell and Out of Town Man Makes First Local Purchase. , Frederick Brown, who Is In Switzer land, has sold by cable the six story ele vator apartment house 40 St. Nicholas place, near 153d street, on a plot 75x100 '??t. The buyer la L. S. Ploctln, who purchased It through M. S. Horwitz. The building contains thirty apartments, arranged Ik four, five and six room suites, and was bought by Mr. Brown two weeks ago from the Gamble-Brown Realty Corporation. It has an annual rent roll of about $31,000. leielli St. Lawrence Apartments. The St. Lawrence, a seven story apart ment house, at the southwest corner of Madison avenue and Eighty-eighth street, ucqulred recently by Jacob Lunitz, has been resold to the newly formed Bengor Kealty Corporation (Bennett Gordon). The structure occupies a plot of 100.8x 95 feet and is mortgaged for $200,000. Another Quick Resale, James L. Van Sant resold to J. Cock burn 143 West 128th street, a five story single flat, 25x100. The seller took title to the property about two weeks ago. The purchaser contemplates improving the building and holding It as an In vestment. Ftmt Purchase In City. Johs S. Woodward 2d has sold for Mrs. Frieda Hart the five story apart ment house and s'.ores 1019-1025 Lex ington avenue, northeast corner of Sev enty-third street, on a plot 102.2 feet on the avenue and 51 feet on the street It has five stores and sixteen apartments and its gross rentals amount to $26,000. The property was held for $225,000. Mr. Woodward has been appointed managing agent for the property. The buyer, an out of town Investor, made in this in stance his initial purchase of New York city real estate and takes the property for Investment. George S. Runk sold for John S. Mur phy 108-110 East Ninety-flrst street, two five story flats, having a total front age of 54 feet. The property Is ninety six feet east of Park avenue, and its total rents approximate $10,000. It was held at $S5.000. Shaw, Rockwoll & Sanford have sold for Bernard A. Ottenberg 9 and 11 West 112th street, two five story double flats, 26x100 each, to H. Sussman. Abraham Zauderer. Inc., sold to Ben jamin Shapiro the six story apartment house known as the Tyrol, 460-464 West 149th street, 75x100. 100 feet east of Amsterdam avenue. It carries mortgages for $125,750. APARTMENT BUYERS ARE ACTIVE IN BRONX Several Large Vacant Plots < Also Change Hands. Harry Cahn, operator, has sold to a client of Bernard S. Deutsch, an attor ney, the five story apartment, 906 Simp- j ?on street, 75x100, held at $100,000. j Blackner A Goldner were the brokers. The five story apartment, northwest corner of Intervale avenue and Berk, street, K1.10<xl00x irregular, ? ha* been I sold by the Komins-Neiderhoffer Realty i Corporation to the newly formed Kap- ! land Realty Corporation, J., N. and S. Kaplan directors. Julius Trattner sold for Joseph T. Hanlon the four story new law house., 1916 Daly avenue. 32x150, .to Mollle S. j Levy for Investment. Jacob Klein sold to Ernestine Bl- ; fulcl the five story apartment, south- ! ?west corner of Valentine avenue and 197'h street, 92x38. Ne.than Melcher sold to Ida Vudal the five story apartment, 1094 Simpson Street, 38x100. Daniel Blrdsall A Co., Inc.. sold for IMorley 8. Wolfe to an Investor his prop- I erty at West 195th street and Claflln avenue. WUllam H. Whiting * Co. sold tor a client to Samuel Brenner a vacant plot on the west side of Grand Boulevard, 110.18 feet, south of Burnslde avenue. It has a frontage of 61.67 feet by 126.94 feet depth. Rosalie Eckstein sold to the Charles H. Roe estate, Inc., the south side of 175th street, from Jerome avenue to Townsend avenue, 200x90. SALES IN MANHATTAN REVEALED IN RECORDS Jacob Mattem resold two three ' atory dwellings, 307-309 West Forty- 1 sixth street, each 20x100.5, to Harry C. White and Kate Kelly respectively. The Frankmer Corporation sold to \ Patrick J. Durcan the two and five storv ( tables. 325-337 East Forty-fl'th street, i 159x100. Marne Realty Corporation sold to Minnie Moran 851 First avenue, a five story tenement, 25.1x100. Johanna Martin sold to Louis F. Gregorlus the four story tenement, 259 First avenue, northwest corner of Fif teenth street. 18.5x80. Charlotte A. Ziegler sold the five story tenement. 1702 Third avenue, south of Ninety-sixth street, 27x100, to Moses Lebbcd, who resold It to Samuel Banikjr. Margaret L. V. Shepherd sold to tha Deroldlne Renlty Corporation the Ave story tenement, 554 West 132d street, 23x100. Davis Kessler sold to Pasiuale Ta rangelo the Ave story tenement, 17 E*st | J08th street, 26x100. Lr D. Robilllto sold to Oluseppe Mar ? Ignettl the Ave story tenement, 228 Mott .treet, 26.3x93.2. M. Jacobowlts sold to Samuel Selman Tnd Max Goldberg the Ave story tene f.lhent, 58 Columbia street, 26.6x100. ,.,,1 _________ 7;"0 LIVE AT JACKSON HEIGHTS. n. ~ i tVoamn Hells Manhattan Home and Bnys Apartment. Mr*. Martha B. Knight of this city, ' who recently sold her home, 224 West fcevsnty-flrst street, has purchased an ?levator apartment In Hawthorne Court, 106 Nineteenth street, Jackson Heights. An apartment In the EIB Court elevator apartment group, 164 Twentv-second street, has been purchased by Wlnslow C. Bentty of this city, who Is manager of the Union News Company's drug de partment. Joseph P. Day and Major Ellsha Snif ' An have concluded negotiations for a 1 ulldlng and permanent loan for the new Thomas bakery at Queens Boulevard and Rawson street. Long Island City. Joseph P. Day oftered the greater part of that estate at auction Inst year. The i-orthsast "orner was then sold to Mrs. Kathleen Thomaa and Robert flwanson.1 TENANT BUYS HOUSES ON UPPER WEST SIDE Old Frame Dwellings in 85th St. Near Sth Ave. Sold. ?William D. Kllpatrlck resold two four story brownstorie dwelings, 33x100, at 79 and 81 West 104th street, between Manhattan and Columbus avenues, to their tenant, Mrs. Mary E. Kern. Mr. Kil patrick, through Leon S. Altmayer, a*so sold the lot, 25x102, on which are old frame dwellings, 26 East Eighty fifth street, betwen Fifth and Madlaon avenues, to the Neek Realty Corporation. Leroy Coventry sold for John J. Dunn 516 West End avenue, southeast corner of EigiUy-flfth street, a five story con verted dwelling, 23.2x80, held at $100,000 Ernest T. Bower sold the three story dwelling, 208 West 128th street, 16.8x100. STORE IN MILLINERY CHAIN TO OPEN HERE Great Eastern Leases Quar ters in Hotel Claridge. Great Eastern Millinery Company of Philadelphia, which operates a chain of millinery stores in the East and the middle West, has leased a store on the Broadway side of the Claridge Hotel Building, southeast corner of Broadway and Forty-fourth street, for a long term of years for an approximate aggregate rental of $300,000. The store will be used for the sale of millinery and handbags. This deal was negotiated by Edward Robins of Joseph J. Grles Com pany, Inc. White-Goodman have leased the build ing at 537 East Nineteenth street to Samuel Harris, the third loft In Ho Bowery to the Metropolitan Suit Case Company, the second loft in 37 West ?Nineteenth street to Morris Blumenkopf and the first loft in 73 Warren street to F. H. Hobbs. Cross & Brown Company leased the store and basemen! in 48 West Thirty ninth street to the Hollywood Lunch, Inc., which will take possession on August 15. Price, Birkner & Johnson, agents for the building, represented the owner. Brett & Goode Company rented the store and basement ai 380 and 382 Broadway to Joseph Frenkel for a tem porary sales room and stock room, the ground floor in 50 West Fifty-fifth street to Dr. Herman Besser in con Junction with the Frederick T. Barry Company, with Spear & Co. a floor in the building on the southeast corner of Sixth avenue and Fourteenth street to S. W. Magnus & Co., handkerchief manu facturers. Fenimore C. Goode Company rented the store and basement at 33 West Forty-sixth street to B. C. Olson, Inc., milliners. Douglas L. Elliman & Co. have leased apartments In 290 Park avenue to Sam uel H. Fisher, in 27 East Sixty-fourth street to Mrs. M. L. Malloy. in 103 East Seventy-fifth street to Mrs. H. Elmer Gibbs and in 103 East) Eighty-sixth street to Raeburn H. Parker. Henry Shapiro & Co. leased to Harry Well, fruit and nut dealer, store at - and 3 Cathedral Circle. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. West Street Corporation, Simon Korn blum president und Abraham Kornblum secretary, is the buyer of the Erie Hotel, West street between Chambers and Reade streets, recently reported sold through Robert R. Rainey, Inc. The new owners Intend to improve the prop erty. Louis B. Brodsky. attorney acted for the purchaser and Murray, Prentice & Aldrich represented the seller. Abramowitz & Moskowitz are the purchasers of the apartments, 521-523 West 182d street, sold recently by Daniel H. Jackson through Alfred Katz and the Pierre and Goldman Company. Purchasers of properties sold recently are Charles H. Luddlngton of 56 West Tenth street. Harry R. Howlett of 264 West Seventieth street for $23,000, S. H. Sergenian of 138 West Ninety seventh street, the S. *"H. G. Corporation of the northeast corner of Second avenue and Seventy-fourth street and Maer Stre sevka of the southeast corner of Clinton avenue and Oakland place. Wood Dolson Company, Inc., through John D.' de Witt, manager of the mort gages department, have placed the fol lowing loans: $290,000 on an apart ment building at Ocean and Newkirk avenues, Brooklyn; $1$7,500 on dwellings. Queens; $85,000 Brook avenues, Bronx: $20,000 on Third avenue and 174th street, Bronx; 114.000 on Fleldston avenue, Fleldston; *\*-000 i on Ttbbett avenue, Fleldston, $12,000 on Grosvenor avenue, Fleldston; on 2077 Washington avenue and several smaller loans. . The contract for altering the resi dence of Edward W. Brown. 8 East Sixty-fourth street, has been awarded, according to Brown's Letter's Inc.. con struction reports. Plans and tlons prepared by Treanor ft Fatk. call for alterations costing approximate! $35,000. The work will be done by the George A. Shedden Company. The contract for constructing a dormitory for the Brooklyn Tr?Uning school has been awarded, according to Brown's Lefers. Inc.. construction re ports. It will be erected at 1483 Pacific street and be of brick construction^ Plans and specifications were prepared by Ludlow ft Peabody and the contrast for the general construction haj. been awarded to the Oscawana Bulldlns Cortrany. The approximate cost of the operation Is placed at $80,000. S H. Macsherry has been made man ager of the commercial department o Hamilton Iselin ft Co and will, In business property in the Oran Central tone and adjacent territory Mr. Macsherry was president of the Merchants and Manufacturers Exchange which operated the Grand Central Palace, from the time that It was given up as a hospital until Its present ac i milsltton by new Interests. r H Maxwell negotiated the sale ! the apartment house. 245 Fort Wash I Ineton avenue. . 1 Brown. Wheelock-Harrls, Vought A ; Co.. Inc.. has been appointed r.n Charles street, recently sold by company to Its new owner. Contracts have been awarded to the Turner Construction Company for th for the Standard Undo^roundCable company Has also contracts from the Sanford Mills. Sanford. Mo., for an addi tion to a spinning mill; for one story garage In Philadelphia. Pa: for he v.tlonal Biscuit Company. A. O. !5lm M.uonai . ftrch|lert. It has con tacts to" manufacturing and office build Ing In Buffalo for the LauU Company. H idlow Hick ft Co. are the architects. i Milton Baker will have charge of th' insurance department of Thoens, ft m-unlacher. Mr. Baker hss been iden Siled With the metropolitan Insurance field for many years. Montagrne Street Plot Bought for Twelve Story Struc tural Project. An addition to Brooklyn's financial district in the form of a twelve story office building1 is planned for the prop erty 128 to 134 Montague street. The Legold Realty Corporation has pur chased the plot, which is 101x100 feet and on which are four four story re modeled dwellings, occupied by insur ance firms on their street floors. The upper floors are used as apartments. The sellers were Frances J. Lang and others and the brokers were S. Dombek and McNeil & Moseley. The proposed opera tion will he started as soon as existing leases expire. Other Sales Borosgll. Robert A. Sim onsen Agency sold 448 ! Sixtv-eiKhth street, a new six family house for the Klngsview Home Builders to an investor; 452 Sixty-eighth street, a similar building, for the same com pany , the twenty family aPa??eniJ? Seventy-sixth street, for the Llka> Realty Company to a client for invest ment i the two family brick dwelling 7317 Tenth avenue, for p. MaUon. to a buyer who will occupy, and the one family brick house 395 Sixth av*?e n conjunction with the Dawstan Realty Company, for occupancy. Clinton Trading CorpQratlonsoldto Antonio Ciustinlani and Blniglna Clus tinianl the three family Ifame 489 Smith street, through Joseph P. ST?Newman sold the three story dwelling 4G Montgomery PlaM.J Eighth avenue and Prospect park 'OxlOO. for Charlotte Locke. Samuel Galitzka sold from its plan fo? the Manor Building Corporation to Benjamin H. Fink and Harry Danto a S'two "ory brie* art ??c~ W. family house. 40x100 ^adoublega_ race on the west side of East twenty first* street. 397 feet north of Avenue J. Flat bush, held at $23,500. The house will be completed about October ? J. Lacov sold for the Rex Homes Com pany to I. .Suderman on the west side of East Seventh street. 28 feet north of Avenue Q, a seven room stucco detached house and a garage. 25x110. held at Henry L. Nielsen Offjces lea^d a in the Bailey Building, tuiton street, to the Brooklyn Edison Company. Objecta to Third Story Scheme. Charles H. Merritt of 785 East Twelfth street Flatbush. applied yesterday to Supreme Court Justice Maccra^in Brooklyn for an order requiring Edgar H pennypacker to show cause w? > should not be enjoined from ajMing a third story to his house. 790 East Twelfth street. Merritt claims that all property in the section is restricted to houses of the Colonial cottage vpe wlth neiked roofs. He said that Benr,y packer proposed to take his peak off and build a third Btory in its place. CHICAGO MAN TO HAVE RESIDENCE AT PELHAM Estate in Indian Chase Park, Greenwich, Sold. Prince & Ripley sold for Owen D. Frost and Leopold I>emuth an Italian renaissance style residence at High brook and Wltherbce avenues. Pelham. known as the Chambers property, to William K. Hoagland of Chicago, who will occupy after alterations. It was held at $55,000. Ladd & Nichols. Inc.. sold for John 1^ Duge his new Colonial style residence in Indian Chase Park, Greenwich. This property consists of a house, a garage and an acre of land and ownership in the Indian Chaw Park bathing beach. It was held at $88,000. The buyer. George N. Walker of this city, will oc cupy It. . , Robert Miller, Jr.. who purchased In April at auction through Arthur C. Sheridan the Sands eetate property of twenty acres with large residence and outbuildings on Cross Country road, be tween Elmsford and "Wlilto Plains, has resold the property for $35,000 to th? Blythdale Home, now at Hawthorne, Westchester county. Fish & Marvin sold for G. M. Graham his property, 16 Hanford place. Tarry town, to Miss Mary Le Valley of' Oml ning. The property was held at $10,000. George Howe sold for Lottie B. Car penter her sixteen room brick and frame dwelling, on a plot fronting for 150 feet on Warburton avenue and for 113 re?t on Glenwood avenue, Yonkers, to Dr. K. London of this city, wbo will Improve the property and use it as a dwelling, contemplating to erect later one or two private dwellings on the Warburton avenue frontage. The property was held for $17,000. Burke Stone. Inc., leased for John E. R Mudgett his apartment, furnished, in Alger Court. Bronxvllle, to Robert H. Wynn of Hotel Oramatan. The Lewis H. May Company sold for Crawford E. Smith a bungalow on West Fulton street, Long Beach, to Alice V. Hlno for her occupancy. William P. Jones sold for the estate of Daniel W. McKelman to the Stephen E I'ettet, Inc., the plot, 126x238, on the south side of the Merrick road. 365 feet east of St Johns place; also the plot, 86x175, adjoining the above plot at Frceport, L. I. IN THE AUCTION ROOM. By Joseph P. Day. 4*TH ST 141 E. n s. 290 w 3d av, 3 story] I dwelling. 20*70.4* Irreg; Metropolitan Hnv-1 I,i?r* llsnk vs I a C Corp et si; A SAW Hutchlns. attys. amount due. $.,427.J?. tax?-s Arc, $200.23; adjourned to Aufni" IB. SHERMAN AV. n s. 250 ? Dycknian at, V?1"?0 vacant; Mlra A Howie vs Thomas i Jeffrey et all William C Arnold, atty; j amount due. $12,012.23; taxes. *c. *393 90; | -HTM "ftW221 E. n s. 380 w 2d av. 4 story foment 23x1012 2; Wm Richardson Thurs ton ?tel ' vl IJatacli Realty Co et al; Lock., | t. Stephenson, attys; action 1; ' amount m.e "Jfi.MfcfT: taxes. *e. $1,109.50;! 7fiTIi>'sT,t'n s, BOB w 2d av, 4 atnry t,n.ment, 23x102 2; ?ame v. same; same nftv* action 2; amount *1u*. $15,133.91 . tas5i *e, ll.lG9.riO; to plaintiff for $12,000 Battleship Mississippi Boasts Best Athletes. RrbmwrtoN. Wash., Aug. 2.?The bat tleship Mississippi won the Pacific fleet's general exceHence trophy for th? vcar according to 'he results of the annual athletic competitions announced to-day. The Mississippi also won Inst > Champions in the various sports were: Rowing. Mississippi; sailing, Missis sippi; boxing, Mississippi; rifle team, Mississippi; wrestling. California; track, California: basketball, California; base ball, Charleston ; football, Idaho ; swim ming, New York. SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE New Jersey?8*1* or Let. SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE. New Jersey?Hitle or Lrt. FOR LEASE TWO STORES LOCATION 100% NOS. 286-288 WESTMINSTER STREET PROVIDENCE, R. I. Dimensions 16x100 feet each; basements of practically same dimensions. Shipping entrance from Mathewson Street; lift to basements. Two new up-to-date fronts. G. L. & H. J. GROSS Real Estate and Insurance, 170 Westminster Street, Providence, R. I. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. MONEY TO LOAN & WANTED ON BOND & MORTGAGE. MONFY l'iV/llLil Bases; Interest 5%; toat r\r\rt r-* .. ~any am?unt, anywhere. XV ALDORF, 15 Park Row. 8ulte 201. Mortgage money to loan promptly; quick answer* WALDORF, 15 Park Row. Suite 201-2-3-4. SECOND HEIRS Money Immediately ad vanced upon your undivided Interest. Call WALDORF, 15 Park Row, suite 201-2-3-4. CITY REAL ESTATE. F. & G. PFLOMM, REAL ESTATE, 1333 Broadway, at 35Hi St. Management of B?.la? Properties ? Specialty. 6#0 6TII AVE., NEAR 40TH ST. REAL ESTATE IN A LI. ITS KKANl'IOU. LONGACRE 7176.7-8. CROSS8-brown COMPANY Ileal Estate Id all Its branches, M EAST 41ST ST. 407 BRIIADWA1 178 FIFTH AY.. B'WAT A 87 St.. Bisk Bldg. Commercial' Prop arty HO 1261 Broadway Stuyv. q611 2O7MAD150N AVEy 793 B*WaY JOSEPH MILNER COMPANY HEAL ESTATE 80S 8th Ave. Tel. t anderbllt 3607. feUSINkSi p.^oPc^rr J. E. WHITAKER MAN AO KMENT. Tel. Plaxa 70A3. 07 Weat 87th Street. George B. Coraa ?? 0^ie. 10 Baat Forty-third Street, Nuw York. A V AMY & CO real estate. *? * w' 1M W. 7td St., N. X. c. Washington Heights. Above U8th St., West of Stb Av. v Direct from Builder A splendid permanent Investment, offering a new 0 story, exceptionally well built. 100 foot apartment houne on Washington Heights.! Will take lots or property sultablo for Im provement part payment. Robert Lever*, -152 West 42d St. SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE. Lon^ Island?Sale or Ii?t. Real Estate Aloag the Greet Sooth Ray. JEREMIAH RORBtNS. Babylon. L. I. TeL U. Westchester?Sale or Lot. rorrtTRT estates AND HOMES. Stale mr Reat. KENNETH IYES t CO.. 17 East 4*d St Murray Hill M37, CMATNCEY k. ORIVFIO * CO? Wootebester's Leadlag Realty Kxporte, U Kaal 41ol St. Murray Hill 13M. Connecticut?Sale or Let. b- lockwood L3 lAIti T?l. tia Sound Uracil. New Jersey?Sale or i<et. THE BEST IN LAKEWOOD gggi cowrmv ?HOMES MOTELS COTTAAtS JtOTSsw ACRCAOt SMOCK AGENCY Inc. Ift4 t?mr lAKCWOO?.M. J. rlauvfield rut qucfh city of new jgpscr MflNTf I.AIR NEW TO0Ki leaoinq SW^ILLAm IllRUHB. CONSULT F. M. CRAWLEY a BROS. P E. nrokors. opp, Lackawanna T.rmlnaL tut Send for Illustrated nooklet. IC3P AMBROSE POWELL. Summit. N J J J SCHWARTZ l*'?lnEHd I rnprrtles. J. J. jynwwHUM), West Front St. Ph, 2698 For properties ronsnlt any member j Board of Renlturs. Orange* nnil Mnplewnod. ii V\ KATItKltllt A CO., luiglew nodTN T Knclewoofl and Ylrlnlti ? lirul Rat ate. RIOFNR E. UIGURS * IIRO., Realtors. ?? nalloa. South Oraugg. M. J. FARM PROPERTY. New Jeraey?Sale or Let. $1,000 CASH NEAR VINELAND 10 Acres under cutlvutlon, variety of fruit for home use, prosperous Bectlon, comfort able nix room house, largo barn, wagon house, poultry house, sweet potato house. Illness force sale. Will throw in flock of chickens, wagons, harness, plow, harrow, email tools. Price for all $3,100. Cash $1,000, balance on easy terms. For more Information and FREE LIST of farm bargains at own ers' lowest prices, call or write VINELAND FARM AGENCY, 540-H Landls Ave., Vine land, N. J. Not connected with any City Farm Agency. FACTORIES FOR SALE OR LET. FACTORIES I OPTQ c- ALFRED BURHORN CO. 1-V/r 1 J REALTORS. Phone 1 Newark St., Iloboken, N. J. Iloboken 2141 FACTORIES J. I. KISLAK. Hortokeo. N. J. TO LET FOR BUSINESS. From ltattery to I<th St.. Inclusive. IO T _/V_ I "! mmdhle Potte'tioi Z Lorts | 416 Broadway n n t Ci 'I mm di\le Possession? 416 Broadwaj Corner Canal St Showrooms,Offices,Stockrooms Exceptionally I.ight?20 Windows. Passenger and Freight Elevator*. (2,600 Each. No Manufacturing. I. H. POLLACK. 110 W. 40th St. Tel. Bryant 0161, ?r your broker. Above 14th St. to SMh St, Unclualvs). Real Opportunity New Garment Centre, 461 7th Ave. S. E. Corner 35th St. Will Lease 21 Years. Principals Only. Inquire Mr. Thomas, in Store, or Phone Madison Sq. 1288. LOFT?VACANT 241-5 W. 37TH ST. Abt. 7000 ft., 4 elevators. Sprinkler system. M. J. MLIXJVEKN, ?81 Itroadway. Above 58th St.?6th Av. to North River. Dentists-Physicians-Oculists OFFICES New Building, iinmeoiale Possession 111 WEST 72nd ST. . NEAIt BROADWAY. ALEXANDRIAN CHAMBERS UNIQUE FACILITIES ESPECIALLY EQUIPPED I LABORA TORIES. AMPLE (TRRENT FOR X-RAY WORK. TO SEt'lKE OFFICES IN THIS BlILDINU I.EASES SHOl I.D BE MADE IMMEDIATELY. Floor Plan* and Full Particular* at premlves, or Slawson & Hobbs 162 W. 72d St. Tel. Col. 7240 CORNER BUILDING 125TH ST., N. W. COR. 12th AVB. Brick, 2 stories and basement. fltora and ba*ement, 82x23x10. necond floor <>2x30x10; railroad facliitlaa, cold storage and steam connection*; adjoins wtiolesali provision house*; could be divided; unsur passed advertising features; great thorough fare; facing Fort Lee Ferry and Hudson River boats; n or 10 years' lease; possession Oct. 1st; rent $5,BOO net. JOHN J. I JEN EH AM, 192 Broadway. Cort. 1O40. Miscellaneous. RULAND a BENJAMIN, REAL EST AT* 14 East 4* Street. Vaiidrrhllt 8M3. BI'IIJ)INOS. STOKE*. LOFTS. Excellent Suburban Real Estate in WESTCHESTER LONG ISLAND CONNECTICUT ' NEW JERSEY and other localities Advertised Every Day in THE NEW YORK HERALD APARTMENTS?Safe f Let Elevator Garden Apartment Homes 5 to 10 Rooms 2 to 4 Batlu JACKSON HEIGHTS JnUI Rtftrno*! Rttmirtd Tenant Ownership Plan?Liberal Termt Taka Sub'if to Grand Central, transfer to OuNRiboto Subwrf* (Corona Line) W Uw St. (Jackaon Hrlihu) Sccttoc-? (Offic* Oppcalli Station) Bf Motot?59th via Quecnoboro M4?a. Jackaon A?e. to 25th St. 30 MtentM from Fifth Ay. fe J7A lb Show apartment. Hawthorne, Elm and Laburnum Courts open for intpecthn until 9 P. M. every day. THE QUEENSBORO CORPORATION 50 East 42nd Street Unfurnished. Above 59th St.?5th Av. to North Hirer, ( Strathmore N, 404 Riverside Drive at 113th St. 10 Rooms and 3 Baths $5,500 to $6,500 Large rooms and .closets, good ar rangements, splendid light and view. Unequalled management and service. ""?""DMlraWe IJght Apartment*' 468 Central Park West Corner 107th St. 7 Very light, large rooms, bath, steam, hot water: newly decorated. Rent $87 and $00 per Month. Superintendent on Premises or I. II. POLLACK, 110 W. 40th St. Tel. Bryant OKI. V nf ornlshed?Brooklyn. Columbia Heights, Bklyn. HENRY ST., 145. 3-4-5 ROOMS, NEW ELEVATOR APTS. Near Clark St. Subway. Reasonable Rents. Unfurnished?Westchester. For Rent at PELHAM MANOR UNFURNISHED APARTMENT Housekeeping, 6 well arranged rooms, 3 baths. Garage, immediate pos session. Phone Pelham 1007. Mnrr(i)T ?1 i . APARTMENTS WANTED. Furnished. APARTMENTS WANTED WE HAVE INQUI RIES FOR DESIR ABLE FURNISHED APARTME> TS TO BE RENTED FOR THE SEASON OR YEAR. Albert B. Ashforth, Inc. 12 East 44th St. Murray Hill 1100 MONEY TO LOAN & WANTED ON BOND & MORTGAGE. QUICK ACTION. 140,000 to Invest In first mortgage. Man hattan or Bronx. Sand application* Immedi ately -_0_789 Herald, 280 Broadway. WANTED?Throe year mortgage of $16,000 In The Bronx. Apply CYRIL A. CARROLL, 41 E. 42d st. Murray Hill 3377. CITY REAL ESTATE DOUGLAS L. ELLIMAN A OO. IK Kant 40th St. P'.Zti. 9200. MANAGEMENT A SPECIALTY. RYAN A CO.. 142 Weat 125th. WM. P. JONES A SON. TIMER BLDO Management a Specialty Bryant 5472-5473 Above 14th St. to 50th St. (Inclusive). I HAVE for sale a fine fireproof apart ment hotel, uptown section. West Side, which can be purchaned for less than 4 7-10 times Its gross rent: 30 per cent, cash. 80 per cent, eutolect to mortgages; a bargain; principal* only. ROBERT THEDFORD. 17 E. 42d Vandorbllt 4411. Above 50th St.?5th Av. to East River. NO. 81 EAST 1019T STRUCT. adjoining corner Madison av., 8 story brick apartment with store: good location for re-I tall business. Prlco $12.r>00. WILLIAM D. KILPATRICK, >49 Broadway. STORE AND TENEMENT 02d St., between let and 2d av*. Small 5 story tenement, with atoro. Price $12,500. Owner, WILLIAM I). KILPATRICK, 149 Broadway. Above 59th St.?5th Av. to North River. FIVE story new law apartment house, be tween nroadway and West End, lower 80s; layout, 2-5, 1-4; all Improvements: price $48,000, cash $10,000; netting $4,500. COUGH I LAN & CO.. INC.. 200 W. 72d, JUST the residence for doctor: B atory Amer ican basement private dwelling: steam heat, electricity, three baths, hardwood floors; subway convenient; West 90s, west of Broadway; reasonable. JAMES P. WAL 1 iteN, realtor. 200 West 72d st. Col. P00B. PRIVATE houses for rent or sale, on West End avenue and Riverside Drive and ad jacent streets. BLAWHON A HOBBg. 182 W. T2P ST. TWO 5 story 10 family apartment houses, (I rooms and bath; all modem Improve ments; best section upper Broadway; Incoms .<17.000; sul'aMe terms. Particulars eee GRAI'TE, 213 East 17th ot. 132 WFBT 103RI) ST., between Oolumbus and Amsterdam ave., 8 story, high stoop, brownstone dwelling; 0 rooms and bath; vacant; Immediate posses sion; price $15,500, Owner, WILLIAM D. K1LPATRTOC. 149 Broadway. Washington Heights, Above 115th St., West of 8th Av. SIX or seven rooms, with garage; new; Van O'orlear place, at 22.1th ?t.; B'way subway station at 22.*.th st. Small cash payments. Bronx?Hale or Let. F*OR SALE.?Excavated plot, 70x200, The Bronx, good location: terms to suit pur chaser. I. W. SHAMBKRO. 1 Liberty St. 25ffTH ST.. west of Broadway.?Attractive new sevsn room house, all Improvements garage spare; price reasonable; $3,000 cash required. GOMPICRT, 119 Caryl av., Ton kera. N. T. Phone 81T7 Yonk?r?. APARTMENTS?Sale or Let APARTMENTS?Sale or Let Unfurnished. UnfnrmUhed. Above Bfeh St.?Oth A*. to North River. Above 88th St.?0th At. to North River. \00% Co-Operative Ownership "MONT CENIS" 54 Momingmde Drive, S. W. Cor. 116th St #mo ?T?r,g.A SSSi '4ft^?*,SiuiS2*,iu?l2S; tn ?M o ucwil bio. Butties. . ...< Berm Room Suhm. Wtht Room Suite* .*..$3100 ....93400 Fee futt information, phono, call or writ* Oo-ope Oopt, S potts CEL Starr, Inc. Tfaaa Mldlnc TttL Bryant 4000 ApmtmmiH mag be Inspected daily?Representative on prvmteM CITY REAL ESTATE. Bronx?Sale or Let. HUNTS POINT?Corner plot 75x100; cheap at $35,000 five year* from now; wonderful opportunity: price *3,000. Write ZUCKER MAN', 1182 Broadway. Madison Square 6345, Brooklyn?Sate or Let. ABOUT 480 LOTS; FOUR ffUBWAT STATIONS ADJACENT; 5 CENT FARE; 30 MINUTES TIMES SQUARE; I.AROE FRONTAGES ON NEW MEMORIAL HIGHWAY, BAY PARKWAY (22D AVENUE1, KINGS HIGHWAY. 73TH, 76TH. 77TII STS. AND WEST 10TH. J1TH. 12TH. 13TH ST8. AND STILLWELL AV,; THIS PROPERTY IS NOW RIPE FOR IMPROVEMENT; CASH RE QUIRE Dfl00,000. BALANCE MORT GAGE WTTH RELEASES; BROKERS PROTECTED. HENRY R. NOBTRAND. 189 MONTAGUE ST.. BROOKLYN. JAMAICA AV., corner Autumn, 103x120, <0.000 CHADOVTTZ, 111 4th av? Brooklyn. Richmond?Sale or Let. EIGHT room* and bath, house, and 1 empty lot; 2 car garage, 3 minute* from train, 1 minute from trolley: eltuatod In a good neighborhood on Staten Island; no agent. Rex A. 823, 1350 Broadway. SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE. Long Island?Sale or Let. BRIGHTWATERS, L. I. Hour from Penn. Station?BUNGA LOW and COTTAGE plots, contain ing 7 city lots; only $400 up; easy terms. Book of pians to each pur chaser. T. B. tt H. W. ACKERSON. Brlghtwaters, L. I. 26 Court St., Brooklyn. DOUGLAS MANOR. Remarkable value, tax exempt house, 8 rooms, 8 baths; 2 car garaKe; $22,000. HUGHES, Dougl&aton. Phone 1770 Dayslde. TOR SALE?One family house, 7 rooms, with 2 baths and showers, built In 1921; lawn, "hrubs and flowers; garage: Norwood >ardens, Astoria, L. I.; 15 minutes from Jrand Central by subway; tnx exempt for i 10 years. Apply C. A. CARROLL, 41 East I2d St.. N. Y. Murray IIlll 3377. F*REEPORT?fl rooms, tile bath, tile kitchen, glnsn enclosed porch, all modern lmprove nents: lot 40x100: near depot: price $t!,.ri00, j sasy terms. FREEPORT REALTY EX- j JHANGK. HI Court St., Brooklyn. Main IQOfM). FLUSHING?Ten room house, furnished; Im mediate occupancy: moderate rent; large , [rounds; residential district: convenient to j rains and trolley. Flushing 3222. 10 Locust it.. Flushing, L. I. HOMES at low prices; easy terms; let us know your wants: picture folder sent HYDE * BAXTER. Port Washington, L. L Wertchestcr?Sale or Let. AN ECONOMICAL BUY 2 family home In Crestwood, a rooms and >ath each floor: steam heat, sewer and gas; plot 75x110; price $12,500. BURKE STONE. INC. Bronxvllle 1480, or 41 East 42d. 3BFORE YOU BUY, read our booklet, "Sub urban Westchester," It gives distances, >>mmutlng rates, population and descriptions it each town within the forty minute zone. ?end postage, four cents. PRINCE & RIP LEY. 342 Mnillsnn nv? New York city. BUY your building LOT In PEL1IAM WOOD before it is too late; only a few left: Jtfl.'O to $1,000. JOS. I. A MR PEN & SON. INC.. 56 Lawton St. Phone 302, New Rochelle, N. Y. COLONIAL HOUSE. 8 rooms. $17,500. SUL LIVAN. 20 North av.. New Rochelle. S'EW ROCHEI.LE.?A beautiful stucco home, . on high ground. 8 rooms. 8 bath*, heated lun parlor; 2 oar garage; large plot, ohoic* j ocation; price asked $29,000: make terms: Aher special offerings; $10,000 to $30,000. 3'CONNOR REAL ESTATE AGENCY. $40 251 Huguenot at. Phones 504-188 New Ro ?helle. Bh)F, our llet or furnished rental* at after season prlcee in Pelhara, New Roohelle. Larchmon and Rye. DRUMMOND, IT Baal I2d at. Tel. Murray Hill 7838. rWO partly furnished bungalows, garage, about 4 acres; 10 minutes station and Cro on Lake. WANDA OERLACH. Kit chaw an. T. Mew York State?Sale or Let. BARGAIN?Three acres, 8 room house, barn, | garage: State road; opportunity; $8,5T 'iftonOE JAMISON, Pine Bush. N. Y. Connecticut?Sal* or BELL A PIERSON. ?.?a1 Estate. B4 Atlantic st . Ptumford. Phone 2818. FRANK T. PLAVIN, Realtor, 49 Bank at.. Stamford, Honn. Phone 1685. New Jersey?Sale or Let. DWELLINGS, farm*, lakee, traote, water powers. E J CAHILL, Boonton, N. J. tLBERON?North wost corner Ocean A Park a vs., 8 story for sale or exchange. JO SEPH ABRAMSON, 46 W. 46th. FREE list of nouses for sale and rent. Write VAN WINKLE CO., Rutherford, N. J HORRIBTOWN1?Magnificent modern resl denoe. price $20,000. Apply WALTER HULLBTT. ? Reotor at. OWNER'S house, 6 rooms, all Improvements, 6 closets, fine halt; slat* roof; eement ?ellar; plot 40x160; electricity; coal and gaa itove*. water heater, screen*, awning*, big reee; fine porch; shadee; $7,800: liberal ?erms. E. P. SINCT^AtRE. Rutherford. N. J. SUBURBAN STUDIO HOME?Sacrlfioe co*y artistic place, especially built for year round living, leas than three years old; only 12,000 cash needed, balance or $2,500 on eaey terms, almost like rent, buy* It; $5,000 now on first mortgage ran remain, has 7 large rooms, tiled bath, light, steam heat, parquet floors, running water, olectrlc light, every convenience; beautifully situated on plot lOUx 200 feet; fine garden space, shrubs and flow ers In profusion; close to pretty lakes stocked with fish; select, congenial neighborhood; good markets, school and churches near by; this is a chance of a lifetime to obtain a home at a fraction of r^al worth; could not be duplicated at less than $14,500: Ideal commutation to New York city; 500 N. Y. city business men and professional men com muting from this eaction now; 8 minutes' easy wslk from house to R. R. express sta tion. 8TUDIO, P. O. Box 378, City Hall Sta tion. New York city. SUMMER HOMES?Sale or Lei. Long Island. I.ONG BEACH apartment, furnished, 4 rooms, bath, garage; bathing from house. BYttNK. <1 Front st. Telephone 343 L. B. Maine. BUST INS ISLAND, CAHCO BAY. MAINE? For sale, furnished cottage, 14 rooms, bath, laut.dry, hot and cold water, fireplace, piazzas; shore lot; suitable for private fam ily or boarding house or rest camp; two and a half acres land; price $6,500. A. F. ADAMS, Executrix, 58 Green St., Augusta, Me. FARM PROPERTY. Virginia?Sale or IM. HOMESEEKKRH?Send for Virginia farm Hat; beat eljmate. Dept. H. Emporia. Va. FARM PROPERTY. New York State?Hale or 1*$. FRUIT. DAIRY FARM. I will nell my farm, located In Hudson River Valley, with all stock. tools. harvest and most house furniture: farm is ltB aores. Including 18 acres of woodland. 42 acres or orchards, consisting of about 850 apple.40a pear, 150 cherry and 100 mixed fruit trees, also 4,000 grapevines and over ,1'000#1b,rI? bushes, all young and most bearing; tint ll room house with bath; garage and good big barns; few miles from city of Hudson, N. Y.. price (15,000. part cash. FR. STEINEN, -4 Dock St.. Yonkera. N. Y. FARMS for sale in the Western New York apple belt; the beat flavored apples oa earth; 80 acrea; three-fourths of a mile from markets; high ground, school, churches; de sirable location; good producing land and orchard; $0,400; 107 acres; on woount ? sickness, $4,500; a bargain; 111 acres. fO.BOO, 188 acres, a beauty spot and a wonderful producing farm, stock and tool*, ^p1dder to winter stock, $13,600. COKWlfc* REAL ESTATE AGENCY, Wyoming. N. Y. , Connecticut?Sole or Let. FOR Sale-Farm or country home, <ma mils from center of Thomaston, Oonn.i 200 acres, 100 tillable; fine soli; 1 apple orchard; house, barns. fta? view and good water; prlco $115.000. IPri** winning etock and tools If desired, $8,000. very reasonable and a money maker, terms, W. A. HAVlfcAND, 37 Lewis St.. Hartford. Brokers protected. _______ Miscellaneous?Sale or Ut. FARMS for sals. Catalog FARM AGENCY. Box C. 150 Nassau st. SUMMER HOMES WANTED. -season; family of 3 adults; elevation about 800 ft.; convenient to New York. Write, stating price and particulars. J. Q.. 900 Kings Highway. Brooklyn. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE. FOR exchange, for New York rsal estate or a cooperative apartment, 200 acre f?l?. full found, splendid condition; 16 room house, 200 foot barn, modern dairy equipment and stables and all utensils; running water, elec tric light, steam heat; sixty miles from New York. In Orange county; free and clear, pne# $40,000. W. M., 530 Herald, 280 Broadway. REAL ESTATE WANTED. OWNERS-Send particulars vant to sell; we have clients waiting ready to quickly purchase anywhere. SI8CA & PALLADINO, 215 East 110th. FACTORIES FOR SALE OR LET. FOR Sale or Rent-Factory building A8^2 feet, In Pine Bush, N. Y. Inquire JAMES MAPES, Pino Bush. N. Y. TO LET FOR BUSINESS. From Battery to 14th St.. Inclusive. FURNISHED office, sublet all or part. 450 square feet, partitioned, corner Broadway and Liberty. Cortlandt 1421. . Lessee will sub-let Entire second floor In modern building. 8,OOP square feet; excellent business section, west side downtown; suitable for any business. long lease; moderate rental; Immediate oc oupancy. Write Box 120, 1180 Fulton st., Brooklyn. TWO furnished private offices, $80_eacl>. Suite 408. 88 Park Row. Cortlandt BMP _ Above 14th St. to 5Bth St. (Inclusive). A VERY attractive offl<?;b?s? looatlon, sublease Immediate possesion - agafeafr . -m^SSSn7ISr JSnSffikr m>. PAft* oi beautifully appointed ottloe or aesk room In Albemarlo Building, 110T Broad wIy cor."er 24th st.. with or without steno graphic and telephone services. M. M. nB?f)NlMO. room 1314. . PARLOR room, suitable chiropractor 9T den tlst. 3ns_W. 46th st. Ixingacre 0818. __ ItTORE and basement. tOKether or separately, 131 West 24th st.. 25x106, cheap; Immediate DoVsesslon. SHARUM, ifo Broadway. spate for truckman, large 10 story loft hi.ll'dlns. BHARITM. 122 5th av. 137 w.?Small loft for light manu facturing. suitable for embroidery or sim ilar bu?ln?ss; rent $50 monthly. DYKM. 34TH CT~ AND 8TH AV. (Printing Crafts Building)?One or two desks; qulst, ally, cool- facing Hudson; near Pennsylvania sta tion; stenographic service If required tele phones ; fine associates; reasonable. Phone Longaore 3866. . 1140 BROADWAY lOorner 2?th et.V-1.000 square feet for offloe or showroom; 54 feet of quartered oak Partition, alterable. Ore proof building; sprlnklere. Brokers pre tected. Apply 10th floor. ?n0 to $225 per month, lofts, 41 ? West 21st st. and 181 west 24th St. SHARUM. 1/0 Broadway. ^ $1,300 yejr. spaoe. 122 6th *v.; flrepr^ej; manufacturing allowed. SHARUM, Broadway. - Above 58th St?Bth At. to Baat ??*?. FIVE story house, all Improvements. Lex ington av.. fllst.. stores, apartment to rent for business; 10 year leass; October 1. M. J. McLOUOHLIN. 0 East 42d. Above 5#th St?5th Av. to North River. 8TH AV.. 114TH ?Very desirable rtore. suit able any business. SERVICh years; rent reasonable. AMPERE BERVIC* CO.. 240 West 84th st. Longacrs 45?1. ^ Miscellaneous rt??ir room for public stenographer In snlrv building; wonderful opportunityj eo;v tract^ursd MIL^N SERVICE. 15 Moor. st. Bowling Oreen 4042. n*? VTmwISTiati with mailing privileges. $110# per morUh MILTON SERVICE, IB Moor. Tinwllng Oreen 4042. R SPAC HBRTE Brooklyn. irrro nalntlng. 40x80, elevator. If ?t??. buslnesT; will lease. 1589 Atlantk M, Brooklyn, near Albany av APARTMENTS?Sale or L?t. Furnished. From Battery to 14th St., Inclusive. I F.ROY ST.. 40.?Five rooms, corner, excep tionally light and airy; phone, bath, elec tricity; one block *>>bway; sublease two montiis reasonable. Inqulro MOWF.9. Circle 4*40. lira! EXCLUSIVE (lSTTH). FURNISHED APARTMENTS. Apartment Renll'ig Co., lnc'? vm 1 17$ West 72*. Columbus lilt.