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MISS ROOSEVELT ACCEPTS.
THE PRESIDENTS DAUGHTER WILL
NAME THE KAISER S YACHT.
Washington. Jan. 3— Miss Alice Roosevelt, the
eldest daughter of President Roosevelt, will
Mtne the Emperor of Germany's new yacht, now
building at Staten Island. This announcement
«••* made at the- White House to-day. The
'Kaiser's Invitation to Miss Roosevelt came
through Dr. yon Holleben. the German Ambas
sador to the United States.
DESCRIPTION OF THE YACHT.
Likely to be launched early in
The yacht building for the German Emperor
by the Townsend & Downey Shipbuilding Com
pany from designs by Cary Smith & Barbey, is
almost plated, and it is hoped that she will be
launched the early part of February. She will
r *e the largest schooner yacht afloat, the archi
tect* say, her dimensions being 161 feet over all.
■with a beam of >'7 feet. With awnings set and
curtains at the side, there will be ample room
pn deck to give a bal!.
To carry out the Emperor's commands her
Enish throughout will bo plain, yet pubstantlal.
All her deck work, such as the deckhouse, sky
light? and raii. will be of selected teakwood. and
all capstans, winches, etc.. of bronze. Aft is a
deckhouse of steel cased with teak. This deck
house serves as ihe main companion leading
below, and in addition will be used ln dirty
■weather and will allow a view of what is taking
place on deck. The stairs from the deckhouse
lead to a vestibule, where are found a chart
case, shelves for chronometer and nautlcul in-
Btruments, and a locker for hanging oilskins.
Aft. opening from the vestibule, is the ladies'
cabin, fitted with two berths, sofas, a writing
desk and a large marble washstand and mirror.
There is a bathroom on the starboard side, open
ing directly from the ladies' cabin.
Opening from the passage leading from the
veßtlbule to the saloon are three staterooms and
a bathroom lor gentlemen in waiting. Each
room has a bureau, marble washstand and sofa.
Th«> owner* room is on the starboard side, just
aft of the saloon. It is a large one, being about
thirteen feet long. It contains a brass bed
etead. several wardrobes, dressing table and
■writing desk. The room has a large skylight; In
fact, it Is a feature of the yacht that every room
Is ventilated nut only by deadlights through the
-siie in the usual manner, but also by means or
ekylights. For supplementary ventilation there
are fitted mushroom ventilators along the side,
made of a special pattern, according to sketches
furnished by the Emperor. Just aft of the
owner's stateroom is a bathroom, beyond which
1p a valet's room.
The staterooms are few ln number, but of
large size. The main saloon extends the whole
width at the boat, and is eighteen feet long.
There is a transom on each side, a piano at the
after end, while there is an open fireplace at
the forward end. The large extension table in
the centre will seat twenty-four people.
Throughout the owners quarters the wood
work will be mahogany enamel painted ivory
color touched up with gold, with only a smail
amount of the trim showing the natural wood
thus carrying out the Emperor's idea of sim
plicity. Forward of the saloon are a large own
er' 6 galley, and an entirely separate galley for
the officers and crew. There are four good
rooms for the officers. Forward of the crew's
sjalley. and separated from it by a steel bulk
head. Is a very roomy forecastle, fitted with
berths for twenty m^n. The forepeak has ample
room for boatswain's stores, and two tanks con
taining: BfL to be u?f-d in heavy weather.
The Emperor is taking an extreme interest in
his yacht, and has given derailed orders as to
hew she If to be fitted below. All questions re
lating to the design, rig and outfit have, how
•ever, be^n left entirely tn Messrs. c-arv. Smith &
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WORLD'? sHfPRI ' TLDTXG IX IMO,
ETATIPTI«"'S txntpruEt> FROM HERMAN JVM'RCES.
fET TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE. J
Washington. Jan. 3.— Consul Monaghan. at Chem
nitz, sends to the State Department the following
table from German sources of the world's ship
building for 1900, including only vessels exceeding
joe registered tons:
Country. Ships. ' tons.
England (Inclusive nf Colonl**) 60S 1 471 473
America 197 307,091
Germany $.t> 211,8.v»
France #» 101.318
ltftiy 37 .-.4 :!»-j
Totals 1,25:. 2.2^,K5>i
TJ^MESTir SHirBT'ILDING FOR SIX MONTHS.
Wa^hlnßton, Jan. 3.— ln tlie fix months ended
December ?,l, 1501. there were built ln the United
States and officially numbertd by the Bureau of
Navigation Tl7 rigged veseels of 154.073 gross tons.
<*on:pared with 5«8 rigged vessels of 179^29 gross
tons for the corresponding six months of 190).
Canalboats and unrigged bargee are not Included
The prineip.il decline. 19,752 tons. Is on the At
lantic seaboard, and is attributable to work on
several largt ocean steamers, which will be com
plct«d in the coming: six months.
ARMY AXD XATY ORDERS.
■ Washington. Jan. 3— The following army and
Davy orders have been issued:
The resignation sf Cadet HAROLD R. GIBBONS fourth
class. Military Academy, ha* been accepted. ' lourxß
Tint Lieutenant MOOR N. FALLS. 12th Infantry. Is re
lieved from duty with the 14th Infantry, at Fort
Nl&a-arv and will proceed to Columbus Barracks for
nmer.t with recruits that may be sent from that
post via, San Francisco to the Philippines.
Th» retirement from actlva service of Colonel CHARI.ES
K. GREE.VLEAF. assistant surgeon general, j, an
The retirement from active scrvie* of Colonel DALLAS
BaCHE. assistant surgeon general, at his own re
quest, after more than forty years' service, is an
First Lieutenant HEXRT W. STAMFORD, signal corps
if relieved from recruiting at Buffalo and will nro^
ce*d to Philadelphia for recruiting duty In connection
•ft* enlistments for the signal corps.
Captain P. F. HARRINGTON*, to Portsmouth yard.
Captain G. H. WADLEIGII. to Boston yard;*
X2«utea*m Commander P. J. WBBXJCH. to Newport
News, equipment department. ,
Assistant Surgeon R. C. HOLCOMB. detached Cavlt*
Elation, with third battalion of marines; »o horns and
■VatSttat Surgeon J. B. BUCHANAN, detached the Co
lumbia: to th* Constellation.
Assistant Surgeon X M. BLACKWELL. to the Columbia.
Assistant .-..rareon R. M. YOUNG, detached the. Const -
,_ la it on; to Asiatic Station via the Rainbow.
'AtsUtant Surgeon A. M. FAUNTLEROY. detached Naval
Academy; to Norfolk Hospital.
AMlstant Eurgeon P. E. M'DONNOLD. to Naval Academy.
Call* Asiatic Station. Rear Admiral Remey.
Nagasaki, Japan, January i: ■• . _
LJ«ut*nai!t Commander JOHN' C. FREMONT, detached
Cavlt* Station; to duty as Inspector colliers' repairs,
VAZT ntPORTATIOXS OF COFFEE.
THIS COUNTRY THE LARGEST CONSUMER
IN THE WORLD.
Washington. Jan. 3 (Special).— The coffee Importa
tions of the United States will In the calendar year
1901 be the largest In the history of the Import
trade. Eleven months' figures of the Treasury Bu
reau of Statistics show that the Importations of
coffee amounted to 967.969,583 pounds in the eleven
months ended with November, against 707,496,152
in the corresponding: months In 1900, 817,223.877 in the
corresponding: months of 1599. 744.910.179 In the corre
sponding months of 1898. 726,119.996 In the same
months of 1897. and 667,929,817 in the eleven months
These figures Indicate not only that the coffee Im
portations of 1901 will be larger than those of any
preceding year, but that they will for the first time
exceed one billion pounds. The value of the coffee
Imports of the year will be about $70,000,000. While
the quantity Imported will exceed by more than
200.000,000 pounds that of an:, preceding year, the
cost will be less than the average in the years from
1890 to 1897, when the cost a pound was materially
higher than at present.
Brazil, of course, furnishes by far the largest
proportion of the coffee Importations of the United
States. In the eleven months ended with No-
DECK PLAX OF EMPEROR WILLIAM'S NEW YACHT.
vember the coffee Imports from Brazil amounted,
according to the Treasury Bureau of Statistics, to
762.148,514 pounds, while the next largest quantity
came from other South American countries, 91.
—"7.714 pounds; Central America. 64.D04.400; Mexico.
:'1.:&4.432. Thus of this largest single Importation In
the entire list of Imports, sugar excepted, nearly all
comes from American countries south of the I'nlted
States, and this is equally true of sugar, excepting
that share which is drawn from the Hawaiian
The United States is by far the largest coffee
consuming country of the world, as will be seen by
the following table, which shows the Importations
of coffee Into the principal countries of Europe and
into the United States in 1599:
NET IMPORTS OF COFFEE.
Countries Into -which imported. pounds pounds
Russia „. 18.396.000
United Kingdom 20 i^"c«»> .72
Hily 31.222.000 .09
Austria-Hungary 02, 150, 000 2.04
France 170.120.000 4 62
Geircan Empire 343.5<)1.000 .•,]_•
United States £01. 757.000 10.71
The following table shows the total Imports of
coffee into the United States by fiscal years from
:'.-j to 1901; also estimate for th» calendar year 1901:
_ , Price. capita.
Fiscal year. Pounds import*!. >-»nt? round!"
1898 583.469.0dS 14 A §31
16&4 6M.1tt4.857 I<>4 ft 30
1595 652.808.975 14 7 33
IPM M0.C97.915 14 * * 11
1^97 7:57.64.V< : ;7<-. U0 1012
1888 £70,514.45* 71 n «6
IS9O tt1.827.063 11 .". l,'. 79
UM 767.601.911 ■• :, ■• -.'1
1801 554.871.51n '._
•1901 1 060.001
•CalenSar year, estimated.
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RECRCITIXG FOR THE ARMY.
STANDARD SAID TO BE THE HIGHEST IX
[BY telegraph to the TRinrxK.]
Washington, Jan. 3.— Some- figures on Adjutant
General Corbln's desk, giving the results of re
cruiting for the army In November last, effectually
dispose of the oft-repeated fiction, ever recurring
in appeals for discharges, that men get drunk and
enlist, and infer.»ntiaUy regret their action when
they become sober. Ir. November the seventy re
cruiting officers of th*> Adjutant General's office.
distributed among fifty-five stations in various >>-- -
tions of the United States and the island posses
sions, examined 8.730 applicants for enlistment, re
jecting 6,073 and admitting 2,657.
This parsing of barely one-fourth of those pre
senting themselves for entrance Into the service Is
about the average for the last three years, the re
jections for the yea- 1901 aggrpgating 93.000 men.
The enlistments for December 1 re expected to num
ber 2.500 when the returns are all in from distant
stations, and In 1902 the recruiting service must
secure about 3,000 men a month to maintain an
army of about 100,000 men, as enlistments' are for
a term of three years only. In the November re
cruiting 2,252 men were taken from the citios and
towns and 405 from the garrison posts. Of the
cities New-York supplied WO; Boston. 240; Minne
apolis, 221: Chicago, 17".. and Philadelphia. 125 no
other locality reaching 100. All were whites, except
seventeen colored, three Indians, six Porto Ricans
and Jive Filipinos.
The large proportion of rejections was due to
the rigid investigation of the moral and physical
characteristics of the applicants, it being asserted
that the standard of recruiting in the United States
Is much higher than in any other army In the
world. Thi« assertion was pretty well established
In the campaign of the international forces in
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THE NEW WAIVE WEARIWQ roMPLETiny.
MAT GO INT.". roMMISPION ON THE FIFTH AN'NI
VERPARY OF TUT: HAVANA DISASTER.
Washington, Jan. 3.— The new battleship Maine
is 78 per cent completed, according to a report re
ceived to-day at the Navy Department. This is
such a rapid advance on the new ship that naval
officials are satisfied that she can be placed In
commission by February 15, 150J, which will be
the fifth anniversary of the destruction of the
former battleship Maine in Havana Harbor.
TO TEST AX EXTRADITIO\ TREATY.
THB CASE OF GERHARD TERLINDEN BEFORE
THE SUPREME COURT.
Washington. Jan. 3.— An interesting caae Is to be
argued In the United States Supreme Court on
Monday. In which the court will te called upon to
decide as to the validity of an extradition treaty
negotiated with Prussia in 1&52, the prisoner's con
tention being that Prussia eea«ed to exist as a
nation In 1871, when the German Empire was
formed, while Marshal Ames holds the alliance
had no effect on Prussia's International treaty
obligations. The case is that of Gerhard Terlinden
agt. John C. Ames. Marshal of the Northern Dis
trict of Illinois. Trrlinden was arrested on a war
rant Issued on complaint of the German Consul at
Chicago, who charged Terlinden with committing
a forgery In Germany. Terlinden out a writ
of habsa* corpus, tut the lower court held that the
question of extradition was political and not Ju
dicial. On the ground that the courts must de
termine whether an extradition treaty was valid
the case was brought before the Supreme Court,
and briefs have been filed.
SEW SYSTEM OF COALING WARSHIPS.
Washington. Jan. 3.—The Navy Department has
approved the recommendation of the Construction
Board for the adoption of an entirely new system
of coaling warships, to be applied to the new
battleships, armored cruisers ana the St. Louis
class of protected cruisers. At present there are
a number of scut««e and the openings through
the decks are a soure* of disorder and danger.
The new system will employ booms, and will de-
Jlver the coal through the lange hatches directly
to the coal bunkers. By the new system three
coal barges can be employed simultaneously along
side a warship without Interference with one an
other. The change Is In the Interest of simplicity
of operation, and will effect a material saving in
time of coaling ships.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY 4. 1002.
FATHER AXD 80$ RESIGN.
THE STATE DEPARTMENT I.OSES THE SER
VICES OF TWO WELL KNOWN
fPT TELEGRATH TO nr,: TBIBtKS.]
Washington, Jan. 3.— The State Department has
lrst the s»rv!res almost simultaneously nf two of
its most capable and well known officials, Robert
8. Chilton, jr.. chief of the Consular Bureau of
the department, and Kobert S. ihilton, the United
States commercial agent at Goderich, Ont. Both
resignations are wholly voluntary, and have been
accepted with regret.
Mr. Chilton, sr., whos*? resignation took effect
New Year's Day. had been ln the State Depart
ment's service just Hfty year?, hiring been ap
pointed a clerk on January 1, is. r,2.r ,2. after four years'
clerical duty in the Patent Offire. He was United
States Commissioner of Immigration for two years
following IS6O, and after another term In toe State
Department was appointed consul at Clifton, Can
ada, on February 8. 1871; was transferred to the
consulate at Fort Eri<> on April 11. ISS2. and since
Octrvber 20 of that year has been in Charge of
American commercial interests at Goderich. His
son, who left the service to-day to engage j n pri
vate business, has been connected with the State
Department for twenty-five yens with tint- short
intermission, when he acted as private secretary
to Vice-President Morton. Subsequently he was
chief clerk of the department for a short time, and
hns been chief of the Consular Bureau since De
cember 30. 1895. He has made several tours of In
spection to consulates. Including 0:10 through Eu
rope and Asia, which resulted in vastly improv
ing th>' establishment nnl notable reforms in the
administration uf Important offices. Hrcause of his
wide experience and mnrked abilities h ; s nVpartur.->
from the service la against t'.;« wish of hi? princi
pals. The place vacated by Mr. ;"hilton. jr., is in
cluded within the scope of tlic Civil Service law.s.
and it Is consequently to be filled by the promotion
of some employe now in the service of th<
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FTZH AXD FISHERIES.
A TEARS WORK OF THE NATIONAL COM
■Washington, Jan. 3.— An Increase of over nine
million in the fish eggs distributed by the govern
ment throughout the country and a marked de-
I cline In lobster fishing are shown In the annual
I report of the United States Commissioner of
I Fisheries, Mr. Bowers, for the last fiscal year.
The total of fish and eggs distributed was 1.173.
833.400, the principal species being shad, salmon,
lake tront. whlteflsh. pike, perch, lake herring,
cod, flatfish and lobsters. In addition to the regu
, lar work on the Great Lakes, plans were matured
to begin the propagation of lake herring there.
The collection of lake trout ergs In Lake Superior
and Michigan, which nearly doubled that of last
_year, aggregated 224.000.W-. from which 19.000.f00 fry
wc/e hatched. The report says the canvass of the
Great Lakes was taken up only In 1899, when the
yield and value were nearly equal to those of is<"o.
the largest on record. The total yield was 113,
721.000 pounds, worth C.«U.400. There were 9.673 per
sons employed In the fisheries an<l $6,617,000 was In
vested. The value of the fish in the riifWpnt lakes
ranges from 11.150,000 In Lako Eri to JIOO.OOO in On
In stocking inland lakes and rlv< iCoononoD eggs
TS Z% J&! aced ln tho M'satquol River in Vermont.
42,000.000 efCRa wrro tak^-n frim Lake Erio to Michi
gan and MiEsouri. an 229.00»j.0C«> eggs were hold in
Put-In-Bay. Out of these hauls 240.887 fish were
hatched. Fewer shad were hatched than In th*
previous year, owing to weather conditions, which
caused the rur.s on thf- Potomac and Su*;uohanna
to be much smaller than usual. rhe total numbor
of shad fry distributed was 153.;?7.i««).
It becomes each year mo difficult to secure
lobster eggs along the ast of New-England The
continued steady dedli of this important Industry
renders it the more necessary that efforts should
he made to re-establish it by artificial propagation
The decrease Is most noticeable south of Cape Cod
In th £. * ar thore were hatched and planted in
New-Eneland waters COI.STO.W) orr] 41.000.000 flit
fish and 60.000.000 lobsters.
At Boston and Gloucester there were landed ln
the last calendar year 162.218 pounds of fishery
products, valued at 14.885.000, a decrease of 11533 000
pounds from the previous year. !jut rui increase' of
1191.450 ln value. The macker«l lishery for 1900
amounting to ST.StTT barrel* was larsref than for
any year, except 1888, sin c the marked decline
which began In ISS3.
In recent yean th* fisheries of the Mississippi
and its tributaries have developed to such a degree
that In IT9 they exceeded ln quantity and nearly
equalled In value the entire yield of the remaining
interior waters of the United States, except the
threat Lakes Muss< shells, extensively used in
the manufacture of pearl button.;, were a valuable
lte.m, some 45,500. 000 pounds being gathered for
which the fishermen obtain $Jl7,fKiO.
AGENT FOR CATHOLIC /V/iMY SCHOOLS.
Washington, jp.a. 3. — in pursuance of action t«k<^n
at the recent meeting of the < ■nth. .Me Archbishops
of the- United States, the Rev Dr Henry O. Qanss
baa been appointed flnan lal agent of the Bureau
of catholic Indian Missions. He will make his
headquarters In this city, and expects to
Immediately upon ins work of collecting funds for
the support of the Catholic Indian mission schools.
Jif> has i»i-iii for a number of years th" red >r of
f-t. Patrick's Church, at Carlisle, l". im.. ■
looked after the spiritual wi nta ot the Catholic
liupii.s of me Carlisle fndian S hool. 11.- Is .1 man
of much musical and literary ability
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JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER BUYS Till-:
SMITH PROPERTY AT POCAN
H. W. Nichols has sold for Allen Smith the prop
erty owned by Mr. Smith at Pocantico Hills to
John D. Rockefeller. Mr. Nichols has also sold the
country home at Tarrytown of the lute John
Downey to Charles E. Lord. This property com
prises nine and one-half acres of land, a large
modern twenty-five room dwelling house, green
houses and various outbuildings. The property is
ln Wilson Park, on high ground, and commands an
extensive view of the Hudson River and the land
on both sides of it.
Mandelbaum & Lewlne bought a large parcel'of
land in Fourteenth-st., near Second-aye.. from
Rutherfurd Stuyvesant. The details of this sale
are given elsewhere.
Post & Reese have sold No. 113 East Slxty
fourth-st., a four story dwelling house, on lot 20.10
by half the block, for Mrs. Emily D. Wood to a
-McVlckar & Co. have sold for Henrietta W. Ber
ryrpan the live story tenement houses Nos. 327 and
331 Kifth-st., on lots 15x100 feet each.
William P. Mangam has sold for William L. and
Thomas G. Voorhis the three story and basement
brow us ton* private dwelling house No 126 West
One-hundred-ard-thirtieth-st., size 16.8x100, to ]•; H
Horace Ely & Co., in conjunction with Holdridge
& Ward, have sold for the United States Trust
Company to an investor No. 21 West Forty-second-
Ht.. a five story building, 20x10x100 feel which is at
present occupied by tlie Huyl.-r Candy Company
Potter & Brother have bought from various own
ers Nos. 218, 220, 222. 224 and 2M West Forty-thlr I
st. and No. 213 Vest Forty-second-st.. old houses
on a plot 83.4x100.3. in Forty-tblra-st. with an I !
20x100.5 feet, In Forty-second-st. '
W. J. Roome. in conjunction with" Ames & Co
has sold for M. L. Adams, No. 210 West Thirtieth"
St., a three story front house and a four story rear
tenement house, on a plot 25.5 X&5.9 feel
L. J. Phillips & Co. have sold for Gabriel D
Clark to a Mr. Graff. No. 9 West Xinety-fifth-st a
four story Indiana limestone and brick dwelling
B. Freund has sold Nos. S. 7 and 9 East One-hun
dred-and-thlrteenth-st., three five story brie!, Aat
houses, on a plot 75x100 feet. _■ , : ; •
Isaac K. Conn & Co. have sold for Mrs. D. A.
Honeywell No. 152 West Thlrty-seventh-st.. a
three story dwelling house.
Hall J. How a: Co. have sold Tor Frank L.- « ise
to Alexander McDowell a plot 55xNM.4x102.2 feet on
the south side of Seventy-slxth-st.. 207 feet west of
Broadway. Mr. McDowell will build a ten or
twelve story apartment hotel on the site.
Leo 11. Mosauer has sold for Hyman & Oppen
helm No 327 East Sixteenth-st.. a six story tene
ment house on lot 2*x92. for about J45.0W.
Peter S. O'Hara & Bro. have sold for Gerarrt
Harrigan a lot 25x100 feet, on the north side or
Suburban-st.. 50 feet east of Valentine-aye.. tor
$1,500: also for Herman Hoffstadte a triangular
plot at the northeast corner of the Grand Boule
vard and Concourse and Two-hundred-and-fourth-
S Charles H. Cronln has sold for John C. Helntx
to Charles Maurer the five story nathouse 1 on a
lot 25x100 feet, on the west side of Thlrd-ave.. ad-
Joining the north corner of One-hundred-and-elgh
ty pa h Mayer has sold for th* Archer estate to
Simon and Max E. Bernheimer the plot 100 llxl -0
feet at the northeast corner of Manhattan-a\ c.
and One-hundred-and-Feventh-st. The Messrs.
Bernhelmer are also the buyers of the adjoining
plot 100.11X9S feet, at the southeast corner or
One-hundred-and-elghth-st.. which was recently re
ported sold by S. H. Stone. They will build a ten
story apartment house. The One-hundred-ana-sev
enth-st. plot will not he Improved at present.
M. Sinser & Bernstein have sold for Mandei &
Moran to Bloch Brothers No. 311 Broome-st.. a
three story building, on lot 20x49.5 feet, for about
Gordon, Levy & Co. have bought No. 112 Seventh
st., a five story flathouse. on lot 25x90.10. and No.
117 Mott-st.. a seven story tenement house, on lot
" Leopold Well has sold No. 206 to 212 West Thlr
ty-slxth-st.. four old dwelling houses, on a plot
M.6x100 feet, for a Mrs. Griffin, to Meyer S. Auer
bach. . . .
The Stuyvesant Real Estate Company has bought
No. 354 Seventh-aye., 24.8Vix100 feet, with three old
three story brick dwelling houses, together with
No. M West Thlrty-second-st.. forming an "L"
with the first parcel, an old three story brick front
dwelling house, and a two story frame rear build-
Ing, on a lot 25x98.9 feet. The same buyer has also
purchased No. 245 West Thlrty-fourth-st.. a four
story dwelling house, with a frontage of 25 feet.
AUCTION SALES YESTERDAY.
By William M Ryan: 418 and 420 "West 124th-st, * s.
825 ft w of Columbus- 50x100.11. two 5 story b ten hs:
foreclosure sale; F li Potter agt S >"pallone et al; 3 A &.
A S Mapes. attys: I M Dlttenhoefer. ref; due on Jurist.
14.085 38; costs. $25177; taxes, etc. $754 40; prior mtge.
tXS.IMK) on each house; to plaintiff for $4,000 over prior
nits»". Ityer-ave. w s 205.10 ft n of Burnside-ave. -."ix
103.!K)\S5.M4ixl5iM4. .'! story f dwg h: foreclosure sale: W t
Lamed agt C Bjorkegren et al; J Marks, atty; J X Weld.
ref; due on judgt. $4.201 00; costs. $26191; taxes, etc.
$250: to plaintiff for $4,0u0.
By Peter F Meyer & Co: 416 East 76th-«t. s s. 375 ft
w of Avenue A. 25x102.2. 2 story f store and dwg h, with
1 story f and 2 story b bldg on rear: foreclosure sale:
Elizabeth Wiesen et al. exrs. agt J Donohue et al: F
Sollnger any; J H Judge, ref: due on Judgt. $S,3SB 89;
costs, $310 8.2; taxes, etc, $177 64; to Donohue & Rab« for
$7,000. «552 St Ann's-ave, c s. &0.2 ft s of 156th-st. 2«x:«0.
4 story b fl h; foreclosure sale; Caroline Schwartz agt G
W Arthur et al; I) 4 C Hatch, attys; C D O'Connell. ref;
due on judgt. $10,520 16: costs, $424 IS; taxes, etc. $5'J092;
to plaintiff for $11,000.
The Lawyers' Title Insurance
Company of New York,
37 Liberty Street, New York.
38*44 Court Street, Brooklyn,
Capital and Surplus, • $3,400,000
Furnishes careful appraise
ments of real estate.
(Titn Propcrtn far Bale.
BUSINESS PROPER Vy (Fireproof)
8.000 EQ. FT. RENTED TO ONE TENANT ON LO.NO
YIELDING n't PER TEXT. NET.
FOR SALE BY
RULAND & WHITING,
& Beekman St.
Zo Let for Onsincss Purposes
I OFT.— light loi.. 235 Mercer-.*: steam heat
A and elevator service: ISO. Apply on premises.
.fnrnisbcb Apartments Co Cct
17VR RENT.— Hotel Majestic — Corner suit* of four
1 ; rooms, two baths and private halt, luxuriously fur
nished, win sublet for season or by the month at large
redaction in rental. Apply in person at office.
Xoiicc 10 Crcbitors
rpo THE CREDITORS of the .Modes and
Fabrics Publishing Company ar.d of Albert Sanders
es P.ccelver of all the assets of th« coparf. ershln hereto
fore existing between Johr 1,. Oberly and A. red V Gardi
. er. Ins business un ler the. style of th« Modes and
Fabric* Publishing Company : Take notice, that, in ac
cordance with an order of the Supreme Court of the Slats
of New York. County of New YorV. duly mad« and en
tered herein on th« 13th day of September, 11)01 you ar*
leaulred to present proofs of claims, duly verified, to th*
said Receiver, at his place of doing business, at the o!T •»
or his attorneys. Truax. Watson 4 Roberts. No Ml
Broadway. Borough of. Manhattan. City of New York on
cr before the Uth day of March. 1002; and further take
notice that. In case of your failure to present claims as
aforesaid, on or before the 13th day of March. 1902 'you
■hall 1" barred of any right or claim against th» said
New York. Pepremter 13th, lPrtl.
ALITRT PASnKRS. Receiver
TUt.'AX. WATSON A ROBERTS. Attorneys for Receiver.
QDONOHUE, JAMES.— In pursuance of an
. rdsr of Hon. Frank T. Flt3<eraM. a Surrogate of th«
County c' New York, notice l» hereby given that the
un'ierflicneil. as one of I.l* next <->f-kin of ja-ne« O'Dono
hu'-. Lit" of the County of New York, deceased. will apply
to • is Surrogate's Court of the County of New York fir
letters of Administration upon the estate of said ,le,-e',iAnt
In accordance with the provlslonii of Section 16AI of the
Code of Civil Procedure, and all persons having claims
asnli.st said decedent are hereby notified to present th«
tame with vouchers thereof to nne of the Surrogates of
the County of New York, at his ofltcs In the County
Court House. in the County and City of New York, on or
before, the 25th day rtf January next.
Dated New York the 24th day of December 1001
LOIIS V. CDONOIH'E
LENEHAN A HOWI.FT, I'etltloner.
Attorneys for Petitioner.
New York. N. Y.
yyiIKUKAS. tlio undersisnod Intends to apply
to the Surrogate's Court of the Count> of Washington
N. V., for letters of administration upon the estate of
Robert ■tcMorray. 'ate of the town of Cam >rldge In said
county, deceased, un.irr ths provision nf Bccttoa 2 ««4 of
l« nf Civil Procedure for limiting the penalty of
administration bond, therefore notice is hereby given to
nil creditors of «sM deceased to present their claims to
ths Surrogate "f Rulrt County of Washington on or befors
Dated Cambridge. N. Y. December Oth. 1001.
J^EID. THOMAS— In pursuance of an order
of H"n. Abnrr C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County
of New Tork, BOtles Is hereby given to hi] persons having
claim* aguinst Thomas Reid, late nf thb County of New
Tork, deceased, to present the same wtth vouchers there
of to the subscriber*, at their pla.-e of traniiacttng busl
nsss. at the offices of Wlnthrop tt Stlmson. No. 32 Liberty
fctrcet. ln the Borough of Manhattan, In th* City of New
Tork. nn cr before the 20th day of March. !f.02 next
Untcd. New Yoili. the 13th day of fieptember 1W)1
MORTON Tltl.-ST COMPANY. EVALTN E. CHGWTJLU
WINTHROP A STIMSON. Attorneys for Administrators.
N.> 3i Liberty 3tr««t, Borough of Manhattan. Nsw
J^OERNER. MARGARETnA.-In pursuance
of sn Order of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald. Surrogste.
of the County of New Yrrk. r.otlre Is hereby given to sll
persons having d;ilm» a?:i!n!-t Margaretha Boerner late
of the County of New Tork. deceased, to present the same
with vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at his pines ol
transacting business, at the Office of Henry W Kreuilen
thai. So. 320 Broadway. Manhattan Burough New York
City, on or before the 31st day of January 1902.
Dited New-York, the lHth day of July. 1901.
HERMAN O. LOEW Pxecutor
HENRT W. FREUUENTHAL. Attorney for the Executor
3--0 Broadway. New York City. '
gHAXLEY, BERNARD F.-ln pursuance of
an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of
the County of New York, notice li hereby given to all
persons having claims against Bernard F. Shsnley late
of the County of New York, deceased, to pr"ient ths
fame with vouchers thereof, to the subscriber at her
place of transacting business, at the office of Herbert H
Gibbs. Esq.. her Attorney. No. 70 William Street BoY-
Zlnd d.y M o*f n M«rch: SS. £ NN ' W Y ° rk - " ° *•&•*•
Dated New York. September 21. 1001.
HERBERT H. OIBB* S. T Mu!r^ LL f«f «r T ' E 76
WUllam Street. Borough of Manhattan New Tork
JX PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Frank T.
Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of N> w York
notUe la Hereby given to all persons having claims
asalnst Joseph Cirblt. late of the County of New York
daceased to present the same, with vouchers thereof to
tha subscribers, at our place of transacting business" at
No -'12 Ninth Avenue, fo The City of New York, on or
before the SOth day of June next.
Dated New Tork. the 28th day of December 1901
WEKKES BROTHERS. Attorneys for Eiecutors 4S Will
lam Street, Borough ot Manhattan.
J : orerlo3tue Sales.
yEW YORK SUPREME COURT. COUNTY
np NEW YORK— The New York Physicians* Mu
tual Aid Association, plaintiff, against FYleda Hart and
others, defendants , -In pursuance of a Judgment of fore
closure and sale, duly made and entered in the above-en
tilled action, bearing date the thirtieth day or December.
1&01 I. the undersigned, the Referee In said JudKmeru
named, will Mil at public auction at the New York Real
Estate Salesroom. No. 11l Broadway, in the Borough of
Manhattan. City of New York, on the 24th day of Jan
uary. IMO2. at 12 o'clock n>> n on that day, by Herbert
ft "Sherman. Auctioneer, the premises directed by said
judgment to be sold, and therein described a» follows:
All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land with the
bulMins thereon erected, situated, lying and being in tne
City of New York. In the County and State of New "lorlc
and bounded and described as follows: Beg nning at a
point on the Southerly side of E'ghty-fourth street dis
tant two hundred an.? three <2n3> f-et and four i4> Inches
westerly from the southwesterly corner of Eighty-fourth
street and Second avenue, and running thence southerly
and parallel or nearly so with Second avenue, one hundred
and two ,102) feet and two (2) inches to the centre 11 n*.
of the block: thence westerly ami parallel with Elghtv
fourth street seventeen f-et: thence northerly and parallel
or nearly so with Second avenue, and part of the distance
through a party wall one hundred and two (105* feet and
two (2) Inches to the southerly side of Eighty-fourth
street, and thence easterly along the southerly side of
Eighty-fourth street seventeen ilT> feet to the po.nt or
place of beginning, and known by the street number
232 East Eighty-fourth street. New York City. The lan.l
affected by the within Instrument lies In Section o. in
810-k 1.529. on the Land Map of the City of New York.
Dated. NV W York. December 31i«t. 1801.
DANIEL. XASOV. Referee.
MORTIMER C ADDOMS. Attorney for Plaintiff. 11 Will
iam Street. Borough of Manhattan. New York C!ty.
The following is a diagram of the premises to be sold as
Th* approximate amount of th« lien or chars* to
satisfy which the above-described property Is to be sold Is
$U.&17.08. with Interest thereon from the thirtieth day
of December. 1001: together with costs and allowances
amounting to $373.62. with interest from the thirtieth day
of December. 1001. together with the expenses of the
■ale. The approximate amount of taxes, assessments, or
other liens which are. to be allowed to the purchaser
out of the purchase money or paid by the Referee, la
$574.41 and interest.
Dated. New York, December 31st. 1801.
DANIEL NASON. Referee.
pUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL NOTICE.
An examination for pupils not In th« Public Schools,
who are legal residents of the Boroughs of Manhattan and
The Bronx, and who may wish to enter one of th* High
Schools, will h« held at the High School Buildings on th«
afternoons of TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY. January 14
and 15. 1912. beginning at 2 o'clock.
Applicants will be examined In arithmetic, geography,
history of the- United States. English grammar and com
position, spelling, reading and writing, and they will take
their examination at the school which they desire to at
The DeWltt Clinton High School for Boys 1$ at No. 174
West One Hundred and Second street: the Wadlelgh High
School for Girls Is at \a. 38 East 12th street, and the
Peter Cooper H!?h Pchool for both Boys and Girls Is at
157 th st. and Third aver.us.
Superintendent of Schools.
Ror^u>t?;3 of Manhattan and Th» Bronx.
Xoticc of Summons.
gUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW
YORK. — Metropolitan Trust Company of th* City of
New York, as sole Testamentarr Trustee of William A.
Beaver, deceased. Plaintiff, against Th* National Park
Bank of New York. Wesley A. Lyon and Irene H. Lyon.
his wife, Robert H. M. Dawba.rn and Howard G. Badgley.
Defendants. Trial desired In the County of New York.
Summons. To the above named defendants and »«eh of
them: You are hereby summoned to answer the com
plaint In this action, ard to serve a copy of your answer
on the plaintiff's attorneys within twenty days after the
service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service;
and. in case of your failure to appear or answer, Judg
ment will be taken against you by default for the relief
demanded ln the complaint.
Dated. New York. December 13th. 1901.
PARSONS, SHEPARD A OGVES.
Plaintiffs Attorneys. Office and PostoffW Address. ill
Broadway. Borough at Manhattan, the City of New
York. N. Y.
To th« Defendants Wesley A. I>yon and Irene H. Lyon.
his wife: The foregoing summons is served upon you by
publication pursuant to an order of the Hon. David
Levemrltt. a Justice of '.he Supreme Court of the State
of New York, dated the 2d day of January. 1902. and
filet with the complaint In the oflcs of the Clerk of the
County of New York at the County Court House In said
Dated. New York. January Srd. 1802.
PARSONS. SHEPARD & OODEN.
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 11l Broadway. New York. V T
ADAMS CHAPEL. UNION THEOLOGICAL SEM
INARY. 700 Fark-ave. — Sunday afternoon service at 4:30
o'clock. Preacher, the Rev. CHARLES CUTHBERT
HALU D. D. All are welcome.
ALL ANGELS' CHURCH. Went Bnd-Ave. and 81st -st
Rev. S. DD LANCET TOWN9END. D. D.. Rector.— A
a. m.. Holy Communion; 11 a. m.. Holy Communion:
morning prayer and sermon by the Rector. 4 p. m.. choral
evensong. Strangers welcome.
ALL SOULS* CHURCH. Madlson-ave. and Mth-*t.—
Rev. R. HEBER NEWTON. D. D.. will preach at 11 a. m.
in UM courts or. "Stu.ile.i of Jesus."' Subject. "Th*
The-lngy of Jesus." Key. WALTER E. BENTLET will
pr*ach at choral evensong. 4:80 p. m. Subject. "St.
Colomba. Apostle of Caledonia." and at 9 p m. on "X
Happy New Year."
ALL SOULS', Unitarian. 4th-ave and 2f»th-st.— Sun
«*>• •fhool. 10 * m th« Pastor. R«v. THOMAS R.
SLICER. will preach at 11 a. m. Subject: •A Sermon for
th» N*w Year." Communion at close of morning *er
vlc». Th« publlo cordially invited.
AT LENOX-AVF UNITARIAN CHURCH, corner
12lst-st.— Rev. MKRLB ST. C. WRIGHT. Pastor, will
preach at 11. Subject: "Signs of the- Time, • Sunday
school. 0:43 a. m.
AT METROPOLITAN TBMPLH
7th-ave. ar.i I4th-«t.
REV. ROBERT BAC.NBLL,
10:45 and 7:45. Week of Prayer. Services one-half hour
each nijtht. followed by a series of
By the pastors. Pr». BAGNKLL and BELCHER.
PEOPLE'S POPULAR CONCERT TO-NIOHT.
Richard Lant. Miss Izettl. .Mmc Tolo. soloists; Belle
Harrington, reciter. vl.Min and euphonium rolos.
AT REFORMED CATHOLIC SERVICES. CHRJSTS
MISSION. No. 142 West 21st-st. Evening 7:45. Rev
JAMES a. O'CONNOR preaches; subject: "Protestantism
or Romanism: Which Shall Prevail?"
AT SOUTH CHURCH. Marttson-ave. and k«th-st Rev
RODERICK TERRY, D D.. Pa.tor.— Service 11 am.
and 4 p. m. The P -tor will preach.
AT THE CHURCH OF THE DIVINE PATERNITY
Central Park West and st —Services. 11 a.' m and
Bp. m.. CHARLES 11. EATON. D. D Pastor- Rev C
F. PATTERSON will preach. Morning subject': "Yours
and You." Evening service of music from the oratorio
"Is* ah." Brief address. Organ voluntary at 7:45.
BAPTIST CWCRCH OF THE EPIPHANY. Madlson
av« nn.l BUI fi —11 a. m.. >«nu<>n by Pastor Rev
ti'i'.VARD U JONES; - p. m.. Dr. EDWARD JI'DSON.
BLOOMINODALE REFORMED CHURCH Broadway
and K>th •: . WILLIAM C. STINSON. P D Pa si —11
WMtlers 1 "" 8 U ** t "'* tO Uve " ; 8P " m "'"*** Midnight
* — '
Flfth-ave. and 37th-st.
Ministers In charge.
HENRY VAN DYKE
BHEPHERD KNAPP. JR.
Services Sunday. January 0
DR. VAN DYKE
will preach at It a. m.
Sacrament of Lord's Supper '
at close of service.
REV. SHEPHERD KNAPP JR.
will j)j )r ea< h at 4:30 p. m.
SUNDAY SCHOOL. 1>:45 A M
YOUNO MEN'S BIBLE CLASS. 10 A. M
YOUNG WOMEN'S BIBLE CLASS. 10 a " M
Weekly evening service Wednesday at 9 o'clock* '
BROADWAY TABBRNACLB CHURCH
Corner Broadway and 34th- st
Regular services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Trie Pastor n«v
CHARLES E. JEFFERSON. D. D^ will preach Si. m
Bible cUM. conducted by Dr. W. H. THOMSON. Prater
meeting Wednesday evening at 8. J
CALVARY CHURCH. 4th-ave. and aiat-st.
Orchestral evensong. 7:40 p. m
The Bradford String Quartet *
Dr. PARKS will preach.
I^cey Baker at the organ.
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. West 37th-st.
between Broadway and 7th-ave. — Rev. WILTON MERLE
SMITH D. D.. Pastor, will preach at 11 am and H
P. m. Sabbath school at 3 p. m. Christian Endeavor,
Monday evening at ft. Devotional service Wednesday
evening nt S. All welcome. •»•••«»«■»
CHRISTIAN aCnSKCB SERVICES*. FIFTH i'lll'R.ni
OF CHRIST (SCIENTIST). No. 624 MaSuSSv^^Sr
K»th-«t.— Sunday U a. m.. 3 p.m. Wednesday evening. S.
btrangers cordially Invited. '"
CHURCH OF THE ASFBS&IOS Fifth-aye. and lOtJl - st -
Key. lfc.t>i.\ S. ORAMT. Raetor.
Morning service an.l sermon. 11 "
Musical service 4 p. m.
From "The Holy City" Gaul
Evening service and sermon. « p m " '
Seats fre« at all service*.
CHURCH OF THE ETERNAL HOPE
81st- st., between Columbus and Amsterdam avea
Dr. CROWE preaches. 11 a. m..
Hugo's "Tempest In a Brain."
Shakespeare lecture, 8 p. m.
CHURCH OF THE HEAVENLY REST
. . 3th-ave.. above 45th- st.
Rev. D. PARKER MORGAN. D D Rector
Sunday. January 5.
Celebration of the completion by the Rector of a
Ministry of twenty years In the Parish
a'IAMSa 'IAMS Communion; celebrant. R«v. JOHN WILL
11 a. m.— Morning Prayer; Historical Sermon • 'Holy Com
munion Celebrant and preacher, the Rector
4 p. m.— Evening Prayer (Choral Pr'aeher th- rev
ARTHUR H. JUDGE. Rector^ of si^ Matthews '
CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION"
Madlson-ave.. corner S3th-«t.
Rev. W. M. CROSVENOR OO' Rector
8 and 10 a ra.-The Holy Con"tnut RectOr '
11 a. m.— Miming service and Holy Communion
4 p. m— Evening prayer and sermVo. ulraun " m '
CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH (' MT\RIvN. 34th at
corner Park-aye.—Sen— Sen ices ni. m »«• BnmJBI
Chapel, entrance Vark-*ve. AU cordially invited.
■«»■ — - ■ . - - -. - ,,_._ -^- t _^>_ J - - ,_, _- .-. _ ,
CHURCH OF THE PURITANS. 130th-it_ ' near i.T
aye.. Rev. CHARLES i. YOUNG. D. Pa.7.-. r !!£ **-
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Cordial welcome. =«*<*»
CHURCH OP THE TRANSFIGURATION. 5 E«t »w
st — Communions. 7. 8 9. Choral Eucharist tXX «*"
HOUGHTO.N' wm preach. Choral Evensong 4 tfgo^-
2d-ave. and 7th-st. - -__Ci
Rev. JOHN G. rAGG. Minister.
will preach 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
COLLEGIATE (MARBLEI CHURCH
- sth-ave. and 29th-st. -
Rev. DAVID JAME3 BIRRELu'd. D.. Mlnlste
will preach 11 a. m. and a p. m. OT " 1 "*'
Morning — Righteousness ••
Evening— "Th» New Year"; "On Time."
sih-ave. and 4Mh-st.
Rev. DONALD SAGE MACKAY. D. D.. Mlaliter
will preach 11 i. m. and » p. ra. *
Morning — "A New Year's Question."
Evening — "The Untrodden, Path." Services every —m-
Ins at s:ls during ti.e Week of Prayer.
West End-are, an. l 77th-st '
Rev. HENRY EVERTSON COBB. D. D.. Tf1lllss»l_
will preach 11 a. m. and 8 p. rrt. T_w.»f
COLLEGIATE REFORMED CHURCH Hartea. R*.
J. en^° iif - U. D. Senior Past rra?:
CHURCH. 121st-st.. near 3d-ave . Pastor. Rev. EDWARn
£.*&£?&£? itetm al v a m - and " »• ■■ *^5
SECOND CHURCH Lews-***, and 123d-st rM.
Rtv. BDGAK TILTON. Jr.— B | a bl"
p. m. Preaching by the Fastor. ™" "
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. 79th-st .^ and Broadwaj,
will preach In Grace Methodist Episcopal Church. MSB*.
«t.. between Columbus and Arrsterdara ayes. at 11 *-« \
Eveninc prelude. "Dr. \V. S. SlsllSßf— sTs Assertion that
th« woman s Christian Temperance, Union Is Dclns: th«
Devil's Work." •"*«■« we
.^V^* GEIJC A ' LUTHERAN CHURCH or TH2
ENT. Broadway and 03d-st.. -v. G. V. KROTEL
D. D.. Pastor.— 11 a. m.. a p. m. Sunday scioot
9:30 a. m. •
.. ___ HUGH O. PENTECOST.
«* Madlsoa-ave.. near 27st-st. Sunday at 11 a. m. "«V
Are the Heal Criminals
Rev. I. M. HALPEMAN. Pastor.— Services 11 a, a.: ■
p. m. Friday evening public testimony meeting. S o'cteak.
All invited. ~
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST (SCIENTIST). 13T-l4«
JTest 48th-st.. between 6th and 7:h avo,. --bSusn
Science services Sundays at 10:45 a. m and 8 »7».
Wednesday evenings at 9 o'clock. Readies rooms 03 « a
daily from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. "
FOURTH AVENUE PRBSBYTERIAN CHURCH, «■».
n'^^t" 1 " 11 "- WALTER DUNCAN BUCHANAX
D. D.. Pastor, preaches at 11 a. m. and 3 p. m/ '
FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
« West 46th-st..
Rev. R. P. JOHNSTON. D. D.. Pastor
Worship at 11 a. m. and s p. . m.; preaching b» ti«
pastor. Bible school. 9:45 a. m. Young woSea? til
young men's classes. -- "™
LEXINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH eom«
lllth-st.—Dr. CAMPBELL preaches at 11 o'clock
"The Permanent in Religion." and at 7:43 on ""Tho
Opening Year." Baptism. Revival services throughout toe
MADISON AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, corner sist
st.. Rsv. GEORGE C. LORIMER. D. D.. Paswr— 3er
vices at 11 a. m.: reception of new members and Com
munion: topic. "Th» Greatest Thing la the CniTarma."
and at 7:45 p. m.. topic. "Christ's Relation to EvtC ail
Its Destiny." After meeting at close of evening se'rrtesi
Sunday school at »:SO a. m. During the week of grayer
meeting every evening except Saturday, beginning at •!
All welcome. • . ■
MADISON AVENUE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, comer Wth-st.. Rev. ANDREW LO>JG»rRE
D. D.. Pastor. Rev. ARCHEY DECATUR BALL. SB
ant.— ll a. m.. preaching by the Pastor, followed by —r
vtce of Holy Communion; 4 p. m.. preaching by the As
sistant Pastor: subject. "The Christ Method of Life."
Surday school a: 9:30 a. m. Students' Bible Class at 10
a. m.. In charge of Rev. Mr. BALL: subject. "Job at
Literature." Midweek lecture ana prayer — ••
Wednesday at 8 p. m. ,
MADISON AV-NfE PRESBYTERIAN CHTRCH. esr
n-r 73d-st.. HOWARD AGNEW JOHNSTON D I) Pit
tor; 11 a. m.. '-The Sustaining Vision": 8 ? m "Diiiy
Manna- " Week of Prayer services Tuesday to FrlUr
Prominent speakers. »••«».
MADISON SQUARE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Madison-aye.. corner of I4th-st. Sabbath serv:<^» at 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. The Pastor. Rev. C. H. PARKHTTMT
D. D.. will preach. Bible school in chape!. 9:43; clioti
for adults, 10 a. m.
MANHATTAN CONGREGATIONAL CHUECH.
Broadway and 7«th-st.
Rev. H. A. 6TIMSON. D. D. Pastor
■Week of Dedication of the n^t Chardi EdlSce
SUNDAY. JAN. 3— »:45 a. m.. Sunday school. 11 a. bx
public worship; consecration service. fMlawed by Lord*
supper: 5 p. m.. prarse meeting: br>f address-s en •*T t «»
Business Man's Mew of the Church." by Mr. P Wi£s
James. of Phe'pe. Dortge ft Co.; Mr. TV H. N'.ch>U «•
the G*n«ral. Chemical Co.: Dr. Lu.lec C. Warner! «
Warmer Brothers Co. . Mr. Silas H. Paine, of th» Saodsr)
For Sunday. Jan. 12. drficatlon services. »■> be «a
MEMORIAL BAPTIST. WashlngtOTi Square. Bs«A—
Dr. JUDSON at 10:43; Mr. MACMURRAY at 7>\ St
slsted by Mr. and Mrs. Severn, violinist and ; -:st ,
NEW-TORK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ?4-»t«.
and 12Sth-st.. Rev. I*. DUNCAN J. MMILLANVPu
tor. — Services 11 a. m. Praise service to cel»l>rat» '.-■>
payment of th» organ, debt at 7.45 p. m.
PARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Ml> *, sr.a Jkm
•terdam-ave.. Rev. ANSON P. ATTERBURY. P. D.. Pas
tor.—Services at 11 a. M aru» Bp. - Preaching by ta«
Pastor. Sunday school at 8:43. Prayer meeting at 9
o'clock Wednesday evening.
RUTGERS PREsBYTERIAN CHCRCH.
Broadway and 73d-st
Sen-Ice 11 a. m. and ' 3 m. : preafhlsj !«y 'r*
Rev. ROBERT MACKENZIE. D. D.. Pastor
Weekly service Wednesday evening »• 8 o'clock
1 —^ — _^
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST.
Central Park Wes: and fSt?!-it.
Sunday service*. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school. 12 m Wednesday evening r-««»lnf;. §
o'clock. Reading room, 10 W-?st *Sth-st.. open dally. »
a. m to 5 p. m.. and Sunday aftcn
ST. ANDREW S METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. •
76vh-st.. west of Colambus-ave. — Dr. I. O. WILSON will
preach at 11 a. m. and 4 ? m. Afternoon subject. "A
Young Woman's Remarkable Choice Mr. C W. ER
PKINE will assume the leadership cf th» adult B'.M» HSss
at 2:30 p. re.
ST. TAMES CHURCH. Madlsoa-aTe and 71st-st.
R*v E. WALPOLE WARREN. P. P. (RectccV
Holy Communion. 9 a. m.
Litany. Hoi; Communion an-i sermon i.R»«tor». 11 *. ta.
Evensong and sermon (Rector*. S 7. m.
ST. JAMES METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Madison-aye. and 12Sth-st.. ALLAN MA RO3SIE. Pas-
Morning worship at II Evening worship at 7:4*
Rev. R. F. PARTINGTON. P. P. will preaeS SundiT
evening an.! every evening during tSe week.
ST. JOH>%3 CHAPEL. TRINITY PAH -H. Varlcst-»t.
below Canal-st.— Sunday services. 7:30 and 10.30 a. a..
730 p. m. Seats free.
THE LADIES' CHRISTIAN UNION will obserw tke
We of Prayer by a da:ly tetlng at 11 a. m. m»•
«.*hapel of the Broadway Tab*! •!«. corner of sX^
January 6 to 11. inclusive. All women ar* cordUU? »
vited. Subjects each day In » trdaa * with those ss
lected by the Bvansdlca] Alliance.
"THE MESSIAH." Selections from Handel's faaesß
oratorio. Illustrative of th<» Advent and Birth of Cansi.
will be sung at the musical service at St. Mirks. 10ta-«~
and 2 1-avr., Saaday, at g p. m
THE "OLD FIRST" CHURCH.
sth-ave.. 11th to 12-h st.
HOW..\RI< PUFFIELP. P. a
11:00 a. m.— "What to Leave Behind."
4:o© p. m. — What to Take Along."
THE REV. CORNELIUS B. SMITH. P » .Sscg*
Emerltua of St. James's Church, will preach and «•»■
r,r»te the Holy Communion In Holy Sepulchre CSu «f;
) Fast 74th-st. il>r. HUGHE*. Recto*), at 11 a. m. on *•*
UNIVERSITY PLACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
corner of St.— Public worship to-morrow at 11 ?;_„
an.l S p. m. The Pastor. Rev. GEOROC ALEXAN I?E 3.
P. P.. will preach. Tomorrow betrc the first Sabba^a m
the new year, the sacran^nt of tn* L^nl* t.ur?*r I—V
obsen-ed at the morning service. Wednesday even.n*- sw
vice at 9 o'clock.
WEST END PREPRYTF.RIAN CHURCH. A mst erf i»
ave. and lOath-st.— The Kajtor. the Her. JOHN BA£
it>M SHAW. D. D.. will rreach at 11 a. m aad » P- **
Evening subject: "The Nameless Householder; » s*tdv
to Homemakern." Vesper service. 4:30. at which »•■
MURRAY SHIPLEY HOWIiAND will preach. ..
Preachers for the Week of Prayer Mjg * + ii"
Monday, Dr. WILTON MERCE SMITH: Tuesday- F»» :
ODORaE S. AVERT: Wednesday. l>r. 8. B. RO^J l^'
Thursday. Rev. MURRAY. S. HOWLAND; Friday. *-*•
JOHN BALCOM SHAW.
WEST PRFMBTT P.IAN CHtTtCH, - t V*!;.- c *£*£-
Bth and «:h aves.— l'.ev. ANTHONY H. BVAX>\ V. **•
Pastor, preaches at It *. m. an.l » p. m.
EVANGELIST E. E. FRANKE
CARNEGIE LYCEUM. 37TH-ST AND " TU^^."
Beginning Sunday Night, Jan. 12".
C=. nt.nuin^ every Sunday niirht. No morning mcc-»-
New series of p.ipul»r Bible leotore—
Half h< «• QUESTION* ANSWEKEI>.
Half he ir »om serrlc* before !•««*•_ wlth T ** a -
STEIIEOI'TICXiN VIEW* • y-
Sons service. 7 :'■>■ lecture. S o *,*.*.
ALL SEATS FPEE
FIFTH AVENUE PUeIbYTERIAN CHURCH,
Corner .V:!i-st. .
Rev. Arthur T. Pierson, D.D.,
will preach on Sunday. January 3. -n-u '••.^ftTT*
•til a. m. and 4:50 p. in. Bible school te * n lX a •*-
a. m. On Wednesday evening Jan" l^ "• !'.,..? wIU ••
vice especially appropriate for the w «*,* IJ^Sl J^SS > ar +"
conducted by Dr. PIERSON. The public to cor**"*
vlted. " -■■ - •'.■
will address men exclusively at the West Side 7i«. Jlee •
Auditorium. No. SIS West 57th-st.. .- '*« viwart 3,13
Choral Club, direction of Tall K»en Morgan- aw—
Jit.nr.iiig, violinist. All seats free.
ST. PAUL'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHCBCtt
West End-aye. and *> tn '?'- n..isr
Rev. GEORGE P. ECKMAN. D. ; .££?***■'
Preaching at 11 a. m. and at »p. "»- *" "TV^T 11
"WANTED-AT ANY PRK;^
The first of a series for Young People ana w°
SPECIAL MUSIC lo>-ie ».
Prayer service. Wednesday evening. » • ««
WEEK OF PRAYER.
MEETINGS OF ._.
MARBL* THE EVANGELICAL ALLTAN^ »*-«?
MARBLE COLLEGIATE CHURCH. »2-tj«aoaXT »
at 4 p. m.. Monday. January *. to 6»turaay.
inclusive, All Invited.