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HOURS lEETS IMAIT.
They Win Semi-Finals for Presi
dent's Cup at Wcsibrook.
E S. Knapp and Harry B. Hoiltna. Jr.. wen the
1,,, in th« »w"tnf-flnir. round lor the President's
~J* at the Wcatbrook links r*«t«r<!»y. and to-^«y
t^ P V on? to m«~t In the final* at thlrty-«t« hole*.
-Timrr *"•• E. C Sawyer, of Garden City, by 4 up
tni'i to plar. i>n«rr «*«* : up at th« turn, and
hz i thtnin easily in hand until the end. Sawyer
3 rot w j n I ttngto iMto on th» homeward Journey.
t'thoufh h* 1 mar.afrcd to halve four. The cards
«rrre:
E ", S 4 • ' <■ 4 8 4 •—
g* ••;.■;;;.■ » 6 4 • 4 4 • 25— •
r ' r fairyr. Oarflen City:
""- , «4««»f«4 •—
r. 6 4 4 4 • — sT— •
in
Bdmsa vn W« way to the finals by 6lr7"*Ang cf
_ p n^kum. Jr.. cf the On View Golf Clnb, by
€u n -,r<l :i" l'lay. Th<* mm m-rrx all «yea at th«
•MtfH hnlr. whon BdOu forc«Hl th!at» tad took
t l',rr* Ftr-tipht l-.ol«»i«. The r.cxt iru halved, and
, v t^«* F!xip*r.th - • to mmm at 4to 6. th»
patrh . M at that point. The carfi»:
« n Ilo'.'.ln*. Ir.. TTrytbronk:
*„.,- « B 4 8 a 4 1 B 5-41
lli i ..".'■"•'•'•'•' I• 4 I Hi 1 — «o— 7l
« :» unkum. Ol<* View:
*-.., 5 4 4 3 8 6 7 4 •— a
g* ;;;:::::::::: a 4 & 4 » b e • -«»-t«
*n th* consolation division the final round w*a
%ron »'>* S K. 6* Forest, of th* Shinn«cock Hill*
Coif Huh. «*3 defeated W. S. E<sey. of th« West
-^trr^luh hy lop an* Ito play. l>lf>y was 2up at
;i, turn ftrid *' a " flpparcTiily In winr.lnc form.
iTr^ft hnlvort The tenth ar.d *>l«>venth. however,
iVfl thrn tonk th« rfxt two liol*>s. evening the
i-or* U<l p >' P°^ the fourteenth, but lost th« next
Three m purrcsflsn. and with them the mttch and
the consolation ; ■z" The rardr:
■ ttHMOMk Rllla:
- Jr 6 4 8 5 8 « 4 » B-4S
In ..'■-'•'..... « 4 8 4 6 8 4 4 •—£-—«
I g BttEK V>stch»«ter C. C. :
rt , t ' ::J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 »-i3
la .........I « 4 « ft 4 « B 8 •— ii— S3
~«Bve holr« not plsrfS-
In the mrtfft for th* Jrrmlnr* cup. offer** for
the doff at«^l rlfht In the first sixteen, the results
were
F ■■ .T-nnmit*.
lnn«f *r'.T., hr a*f»ult. O X
V«t»on. \\>«tbra l »k. beat ST. J. Ilyfle. South bhor* F. C.
t femr-?!"«f"rouna— J<-nnlr.p» b»-*t Watsnn. 2 up, I to
; Sinclair Ji«-at Taj'jHn, 2 up.
To-flar In BdaitJnn to the final* for th« Pr*»«l
«rr.t> Cup th»r» «ill b* an all-<lay handicap at
WOMEN'S NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP.
Slaturln r.ailmi. secretary of tlie Cnlted States
Gc!f Association, has announced the official pro
frtKrr.m r.t the v .rnr-n'n amateur «>>lf rhatnplon
«h!j>. Btdch Is to take place on t!i«s links of the
Chlrajro Golf Club, ttcginntnir Tuesday. September
JS. nn<l c<mtlnu!r.g throucbout the we^Ji The win
ner :* to receive a en!d medal, and the club from
vhlch sh« «r.torß will hold for thm year th« Robert
Cox rhampior.shlp c>;p. The runner up !• to get
a silver modal, while bronw* medals will go to
thoy *Inr.ine third an* fourth places. The pre
liminary round 1« to be at «4gMHB hoi*?, and the
!*•« thirty-two pporrs will qualify for the match
rla\ rounds. I'n.iiiirtltorp must enter throtigh the
ecrirtaries of thrjr rt>Kpcctlve clubs. The list closes
tit the Ferretarj ■'« offir«», No. 10 Wall-st.. at €p. m..
Ber'^nibrr ZZ. Th^ privilopes of clubhouse and
ground? sire extended to all competitors for one
«f.'k prior to Uie championship. Tl.e prosr&mme
la r.s> follows:
TuMflr.y. PPr""i > r""' l n* > *r 2? — 1<» a. m.. ir.*daj play round.
«rotn»ti'» ■•;•.:.-!.:;>. cl£ht*ea hof . best thirty-two
•co^-n to qualify.
Vvdiiwiar. Kejrtrmbpr .Vt — 10 a. m.. f.rrt ma.tch play
tt>uti4, *votncti'» chan.iilon*h!p. •!*!!{**» hn!^«; comiolatlnn
*v«f!it fur Ihp tKn-yuallflfrß. «:s'.t»>-n holf>». tneAal play
har.d.caji. 2 i\ ni.. iccaM raaich pley round, «oMB'f
ChOTr.p!"ns'ilp. •l»rhtf»»n l.olet.
TlmrnUv. tutrVor I—lo a. tn.. third match r>!ay round.
»-(ii»ti'» chaniT'!<m»hlj>. rUrhtwen 2 r- m-. women*
l.ar>^,.-iji v-rsua bogle. rlßlitrm holoa, mr^.p.X play.
F*rl<l»y. October 2 — !<• «. 18.. Femt-flnal Match r»«:
muni. wotnen'p champloniihtp. ••:?'. :.*n hole*; 2 p. m .
. i ■ ', ; .••::jt .:.'»:. best ■ <•!•* thfo t>«..»
i.i 'Hrl(4 dii'tan'*''*.
fi«Turacy, t<ctnl>rr «— •- in., flnal match plar roend
wonien'n chamiilvDMh'.p. el«-hteen li«.i»«. 2 p. m.. mixed
f -j-i ■ :>.r s}ci2<J * i«) tunAicajt. lighitea hoi**.
HUDSON RIVER SEMI-FINALS.
Tin- •■•rid <!«>'>■ pl^y In the second annual rham
fl(rrn*Up tournament of the Hofl»OP River Golf As
•odttlofe, which is being decided over the links of
thf Dutch**** Golf and Country CJub. brought the
KiatrJi play duwn to the finals, which are to h»»
liavd this mnmhip. pf» vhat an olghteen hole
fondli-an will wind up the tournament this aftcr
i.ovvi. The summary:
Cfcwnplor.sMp (fec-ctii rouniji— J. Ohadwick. Jr. Powel
toti. h^at J» I£. Van K'ton. K!i:£*ton. by 1 up; O. P.
TBttr, rnwclton. beat J. \V. J"«i,uhir. Mount I'leasent.
S vj. ISi ; i« play. OT. T. Ili!!on. Powelton, bi-at C. R.
OUirtt, Huflmn, :> up and 3 to flay; 1. T. I'elton. Pouirh
kfpfie. lj»»t J. <i. Van i:t:rn. Kincston. 1 up <:« hol«c).
Tirfar.y lw»t ChadwK'k. 6 up and •' to play;
l'»U"ii, »,^at niit'm. 2 v:p and 1 ta play-
Bain our 1 (!" V( -"n<l rounrti — It. 1 (••«•(! ifv. P^wcltun t»at
C. A Utc.'.y. Nj-a.'k. 4 up anit 3 toj'lay; J. U. Moor*.
I'rus!^^. -j*i*. tieat Ilorßtirt NVltmn. Poujrhke'piit*'. 1 up
<!■• holmii; F. P. <'nykrn<iall, Klnestr.n. Wat O#or|r« Pca
man. l'ouctik«*p»i». 2 up; I{. OMMt, Iludaon, t>ea,t
Jarw^ X Tu'l'V. J'fmvlton. 1 up.
li-artl'-y txat Mo.irp, « ur «tifl 4 to plar;
Cillftt Vwat Co\ k«-Ti<la!l. 7 «p and fi to rl«y-
Toh»y cup <Rnali— <^hal'e.-1"k l)«-at Coiilnrwood. 4 up
•nJ 3 to i lay.
CENTRAL NEW-YORK LEAGUE RESULTS.
CMeiWH, N. r, Sc;>t. 11.— In the semi-finals of
thf iuvi.r^il championship of the Central New-York
Golf I^apuc. plajvd her« to-daj\ E. A. Clapp. of
Aubjrn. difcaiPd i:. D. Clnpp. of the name rJace.
Vv T up nr.a « to play. "Tom" Sherman, cf L'tlea.
crfeated I>oi:class Johnston, of Otsepo.' hy 9 up. In
th:» Tm-.r.d Sherman made the r.'.ne ho!cs In 36 and
th<> «tCiil«»r hoK« in 74. two now record* for th«
ran.
CLP PLAY AT EKWANOK.
[r.T TELn.iura to toe tj:ibcne.l
lUnchf • Yt.. Sept. 11.— Ths open scratch
*•"»•■'••• for the Equinox and Orvt« cups now
la proems here en the Kkwanok link* reached the
•■■••fcitlji t<v(*.ay. y. Odon HorFtmann. who has
kwi off hi* earn* this mi+mtm. beat John M. Ward
£ r % UJ) Bwtiuaim*« rm>i)»l f=rore fr>r the round
*£s 7s. \V. C. <"arn«-g:e «>aBily def^at^d botli of hl»
*Woaer.Ui. und made the two illdfc 111 7. each.
niMMi:
tci; t.?sixt .?5ix r^p r.-»t rrnind. m»tch t>'»r— <". P. Clegliorn.
Ht»»i«jk, |„a t n o OniMl*!!. J\>rert Plrifl C!ub. 2 up;
r. uir- i; ,.r,r n *nn ,OJ«-»->- fliJ'j*. t*»t John M. Ward.
i."' x '>■'•• - : I'tu! V, h;. rr-..-iTi. Un^Vwnnd. b^at H.
a Knbbins !ji»trrn ParVway. 5 up an.l 3 to r!«V:
J-arr^m, ;> : k-r HcMa«r. b»at Hcnr>' TV. Isrown rhila
««ir*:ik •• i :. ;; i ;p M nd 2to rl»>'; I>*d«>rl< k Herreshf-rr,
I'>*-t Meadow. b,at \v. w Uurtnn, Kkwan- k, 4up «nd
•*? rl«v. Tsui lUrrtinn. Mor.trlair. brat A. U WTJt*.
r .. s u r . and I to play; W. c. CTam«>Ki* St.
A-tfrrw, !,n m j| Marjjn. New-Haven. « up ar..l 4 to
t ; Ii- J^ 11 ". AJbary. brat Jiimw L. Taylor. Uyker
H«-*a--». 2 ur »n<i i to P i«y.
r Kf. I) dechorti.
• «»r «ad 4 t* j !«y : raul Wat.rman b*at Clark Dumham.
• V, aca 2 to j,Uv; I'aul Uarrm-m l**i Frederick Hrrr^
j^ J "P. W. v 5. Carncjiie beat 1. U. L«s«k*. 2 up and
5 MOORE A VICTOR
Takes Final Contest of Xt/ack—
Other Matches There.
In a rpirltPd three ««-t -nisi match Mies Ellza
•""th v n,,or<» won th« teal contest yesterday In
t*» romrn'» firglra of the -.■■MM on the
•"""• <f the Nya»-k Country Club. Ml.. Moore.
tl» rresent holder of the national championship.
CeTrjurij m^ XV. H. Pouch, n«« Miss Helen It.
H*lNii^. th« former national eli&mplon. by th«
■OBBi of «-j. s-*, e-2. It was the RbJllty of Miss
«ooi> to play a lone and tlrtac contest th«.t
fcrtujrtit her the vlcton - .
In the men's elncir* th« former Canadian rha.ni
fh- a '#. I ' >v<Jrrlrk G - Andersen, gained Ms place In
ll*r, ftr *' fund fc? defratir.jr Uujrh Tallar.t. th«
litr "nlvwrslty veteran, in etraljrht wt». Th«
li.?*.*! 1 of Usl " cont " s ' «' a * closely fouKht out by
Anrt^ n J rorn 6~all6 ~ a11 U| * to -•-«« on the ranx-s.
} '. ■'" " did >■ ■■" p;inirul?rly bri:ilant work oS
..:!•>•' hstnd al « )a "'.' * Tallant down the ■ (1 *
•^ r'i hls Ouurt - On lhl * «*-«T'ty-flm came of the
•y^or.a f»^ AriderTon Jirok^ throujrh the r\-ice of
ivj iarv j rd v ■*■*■• and by *■*•• the next k*jti«
*•* *on DM tnatrh.
r N "*? Sloor '* OTJ<I Anderson, who are palrrd in th«
S»H£« ubi "*- won th " !r l ' rarkot m the final round
>c- I- «h«p
,Vut a X J i:r - ui.rt.-ri!. th« team of the N>aclc
|£ ■ ■. Aat—
irzahMH H Moor*
reilT'i 0"u»,«^ fthird r-:un<Jt— H. Torrenee and A. Tor
i ••r^m •:•«!. KH.rknouw «nd Morris by default:
flj &^ mlth •,n<l, n<1 Ul!t^^<i Safaaaai j m *;..: i«» Masai
*«r.l -final round- 11. Torr»nr» and A Torrent n*fr*t^
V ; »r?" I*. * n<l "• f> - **"**■ t ~ Z - t —' i - ltlT »* •»<
c^u.-n d.fe«tf«l F. 11. Smith and ■■■■■«. «—- 4. a—
r i::*..<l <Jou\!*« (accesd r.ur«>- Mm. <;.'.,r^ 1. C»i«p
t^j 'i l^. Mr. bauu««r» AaCMaa* Mr. and Mr* Aurerman.
• -*T rl ' flntl round— Mia* HiuU'h M Monr« ana Pr»«
l!. « An/lfT»on df tatted m.» o«<jt« L» rham -•- •*«
Aaa& »— *. a-*,
APAcnm
In t&» WWtn«y herd now at the Zoological Par*.
WHITNEY GIVES HERD OF BUFFALO.
The Zoological Park Receives Ten Elk Also
Prom the October Mountain Preserve.
William C Whitney has presented to the New-
Tork Zoological Society his entire herd of buffalo,
now on October Mountain, near Lenox. Mass.. and
also a herd of ten elk There are seventeen buffa
loes, and. with the buffaloes already In the park
two of which were previously presented by Mr.
Whitney— they will brine the herd up to twenty-nve
animals, the limit fined by the society three years
afro for an Ideal herd.
The elk herd has already arrived- L*st Bun
day four edult males were received, and on
Thursday morning pix females arrived. These are
the pick of the original herd of seventy-six head
on October Mountain. On Sunday, with the four
male elk. arrived Apache, the larpest and finest
bull of the buffalo herd, and he was placed In
the rang" rear the Boston Road. Here he began
to fight through the fence with Black Beauty, the
bull of th*» i>ark herd, which has been In solitary
confinement for eighteen months. For a time the
fence was In danger of being lifted bodily from
the hillside.
Mr. Whitney Is dispersing his herds of wild
came from October Mountain, virtually bringing
his came preserve to an end. It is one of the
bert in the United States for elk. buffalo, mule
deer and moose. Is seven miles from Lenox, and
contains about 20.000 acres. Tha Zoological So
ciety tried to get Mr. Whitney's herd of mule deer.
but, for the present, the herd and five moose will
remain undisturbed.
The buffalo ranges, at The Bronx Park, contain
ing in all about twenty acres, have been thor
oughly overhauled. The main range has been
divided by a fence running east and west through
Its centre, which will have the effect of keeping a
herd cf about fifteen buffaloes near the main
walks, easily visible to visitor*. Instead of out of
sight an heretofore. Arrangements will be made
at once for the shipment of the herd of buffaloes
to the park. Each animal will be crated separate
ly and it is estimated that the herd will mike
about four carloads. It Is expected that the first
shipment of the h<>rd will reach this city In about
two works, nnd the rest about October 1. Four
buffaloes from the original herd were sold to
Hacenbpck and those will be brought down and
I delivered rv the Zoological Society. One cow
will go to Prospect Park. Brooklyn, as a gift from
Mr. Whitney. .
California r.-n»rlni: ber ancient minion
bnlldlng-a. See tn-morrow't Tribune.
FIERCE LOOKING ANIMALS, STUFFED.
They Frighten Pedestrians on the Brooklyn
Bridge, However.
Pedestrians on the promenade at the Manhattan
end of the Brooklyn Bridge were startled last ev
ening when they say a wagonload of wild and
vicious looking animals In the roadway. The ani
mals were racking about with mere or less life
like motion, and the horse drawing them was it
self prancing about in fright. Some of the more
timid of the bridge walkers made haste t-> get away
from the spectacle.
It turned out that the animals— were lions,
a tiger, a leopard and a big black cat — were stuffed
and were bring carted from a Klatbush-ave. fur
rier's store in Brooklyn. The wagon had halted,
owing to repairs he mi; made to the car tracks. A
red touring automobile and Its noisy machinery
frightened the horse and caused Its prancing. A
patrolman of the bridge squad seized th* bridle of
the uneasy horse, led It along, and perhaps averted
a runaway.
BERNARDSVILLE HORSE SHOW OPENS.
Walter P. Bliss Captures Many Blue Ribbons
and Cups — Good Entries.
Bernarflsville. V J.. Sept. 11 (Special).— Yesterday
an ideal afternoon greeted the lovers of horseflesh
as they assembled on the grounds of the Somerset
County Polo Club at the opening of the second an
nual horse show.
Nearly all of BH forty-four parking spaces were
filled with turnouts from Bernardsvll!e, Morrlstown
and other towns near by. The show opened at 3
o'clock. In addition to the usual blue, red and
yellow ribbons for first, second and third prizes, a
cup was given to each winner of a first prize.
There were seven classes and fifty-one entries.
The first exhibit was that of horses and depot
wagons. Walter P. Bliss carried off first honors
with his horse Morris. In the class for ponies In har
ness G. n. Mosle took first prize. Walter R. Bliss
again captured the blue, with his pair of harness
horses. The ctass for saddle horses consisted of six
competitors, the blue ribbon falling to F. and S.
L,. Cromwell. The next class Included nine harness
horses. F. and S. L Cromwell's Czarina was the
winner of the blue.
In the class frr Jumpers there were only two en
tries A. S. Alexander, riding his brown mare
T-CMlt. won the first prise, end Mr. Bates, of Con
vent Station, on his Square Grey took the second.
The next exhibit was composed of five pairs of har-
MM horses that were shown before a vehicle ap
propriate for a woman. Walter P. Bliss won rain,
this time with his Sunshine and Shadow. The first
in the class for combination harness and saddle
horses went to El T. H Talmage with his horse
Ralnbnw Nip and Tuck, owned by Charles M.
Omiln. took the blue In a field of six in the tan
<3< The Cl j a udge. were William C. Gulliver. Frank K.
Fturgis Robin* B. Woodward end Clarence H. nob-
WnlirdDr I.vnTnrd E. Tut tie. of Bernardsville.
_"«,,. veterinarian. The committee on arrnnr<»
mer«s Tscompofod of •- T. H. Ta.mage. chairman:
CWvira PUlr W.Her P. Bll». Clarence > Blair
Mitchell and Robert 1. Stevens. VI. S. Blitz, or
New-York. Is asrlstant secretary This afternoon
will be the second and closing day of the show.
MILK FOR CHICAGO SCHOOLS.
Impure Water to Give Way to Pasteurized
Milk in Assuaging Children's Thirst.
CMcaro. Sept. -Th* children In the. Chicago
public schools will no longer have to drink Impure
water If a proposal of the milk commission mf*ti
with th« approval of the Board of Education.
Pasteurized milk, on sale at a penny a bottle at
every •chool. to the solution of tho problem ens
prtteA by the commission.
Thin plan has been outline^ by Mrs. G*ore« M
Moulton president of the commission, after t*elng
the popularity of milk distribution amon B the
pupils of the Thowaii Hoyne School, where th*
SS^Um Tptont to lo v „.,
Th^ »»i.r Va<l bwn ahut off from the bulging
while MM repair, were in progress. The thirsty
rtiiuirm wcr* off* r»l th»> rurp milk at a cent a
f« tie anymore than three hundred three ounce
bottles were taken In the course of the day.
TO GIVE OUTING TO NURSES ON YACHT.
Frederick Flower will take the nurse* from the
Flower Hospital on an excursion to-dajr on hit
yarbt. The yacht «111 l*av« the Columbia Yacht
Club El«hty-el*thKt ar.d North River, at 9 a. m.
ft i toSS I to I* an enjoyable trip
A rbanre for hnnlrn-LWH) deer to V*
turntd loose •■ \o«rwbcr 1. kr« l»-pn»r
fto^i'* Tribune.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. KEPTIvMBER 12. 190.?.
TWO MEN SAFE A TRAIX.
Express Stopped Near a Freight
Wreck — Passengers' Gift.
Wood River Junction. R. 1.. Sept. 11.— A tralnload
of passengers was saved from an accident last
night by the presence of mind of W. F. Clark,
of this place, ond Charles Low. of Boston. The.
two men rushed down the track and gave warning
signals which stopped the Gilt Edge express
from New-York for Boston, In time to prevent it
from crashing Into wreckage caused by a collision
of freight trains.
Both men were near when the freight trains
came together, and. realizing that the fast ex
press was several minutes overdue, they hurried
to save it from destruction. They had gone le*3
than 200 rods down the track when the train came
in sight, but by vigorously swaying their lanterns
they attracted the engineer's attention, and the
train was brought to a standstill only a few feet
from the pile of freight cars.
In recognition of the efforts of the two men the
passengers raised $156. which will be divided be
tween them. The train was subsequently sent to
Boston over another route.
The freight wreck probably resulted from a mis-
Interpretation of signals. One freight, containing
a largo number of valuable horses, was In collision
with another, demolishing four car? and injuring
three men. One of th«m. Matthew Hatch, of Prov
idence, Is not expected to live. He was taken to a
New-London hospital in a special train. Traffic In
both directions was delayed nearly seven hours.
PROHIBITIONISTS' TROUBLE.
Anbury Park. Sept. 11.— It is understood in po
l:tlcal circles that legally the Prohibition party
lias ceased to exist in this county. The new law
requires a party, in order to have legal recogni
tion, to cast 5 per cent of the vote of a county at
an election for Governor. As the Prohibition party
did not cast that percentage last year, it cannot
nominate by convention and must resort to peti
tion. The same conditions are believed to exist in
every county in the State.
Religions Notices.
BAPTIST CHURCH OF THE KMFHANT.
MaJtson-ave. an «>lih-t>t.
Rev. HOWARD L. JON US. D. D.. PS-tor.
Services 11 a, m. and 4:30 p m.
Eennons by Her. JOSEPH A. ELDER,
of New-London, Conn.
BLOOIIINGDALD RBFOR*US> CHURCH, Broadway
and GSth-st.. Rev. WILLIAM C. STINSON. P. P.. Min
ister —11 a. in.. "The Greatest Need of Our Age' ; 8
p. m.. "Doing Good In a. Bad World."
BRICK CHURCH.
IBs ■ »■. and 37t_-st.
Ministers:
WILLIAM n. RICH '. D. D,
Rev. SHKPHERD KNAPP.
Services Sunday, September 13, at
11 a m.
Rev. M WOOLSEY 6TRYKER, D. IX. -I
Preslieat A Hamilton Collet's.
will preach.
BKOADWAT TABERNACLE,
Meadelwohn Hall, lit* West 40th-«t..
Rev. C. IX JEFFERSON. P. D., Pajtor.
Public worship. II a. in and 8 p. m.
Paetor will preach at loth services.
Prayer meeting Wednesday •venire at 8 o'clock.
CALVARY CHURCH. West 67th-st.— MAO
AItTHUR preaches. Mornlnir. "A Rosary of Christian
Virtues." Evening. "Shall Kellgtcn &• Taught In the
Public Schools ?•
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 67th-«t.;
Broadway and 7th-ave.-Rev. WILTON MERLE SMITH.
D i« Pastor. Preacliing at 11 a, m and 6 p. m. by
Her. WENDELL PRIME KEELER. Sunday school and
■Mi classes at S p. m. Christian Endearor Monday
evtinlr.)? at 8. Devotional meeting Wednesday ercnlcc at
8. All welcome.
CHRISTIAN* f>CIENCE SERVICES. Fifth Church of
Christ. Scientist, No. «2* Madlson-a.ve.. corner C9th. — Sun
days. 11 a m.. 8 p. m.; Wednesday evenings. 8. Strangers
cordially welcome.
CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION.
6th-ave. and lOth-et..
Rev. PERCY P. GRANT. Rector.
» a. m. — Holy Communion.
11 a. m — Morn'.nc service*.
8 p. m. — Evenlne services.
Seats free at all services.
CHURCH OF THE PURITANS. lSOth-«t. and •th-aT«..
Her. C. J. YOUNG. D. D. Pastor.— 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. \V«lr<-.tn« to all.
r-HURCH OF THC TRANSFIGURATION. East 28th
»t.—Communlona. 7 and 6 o'clock. Matin*. Choral Eu
charist and Sermon. 10:30. Choral Bvensocr. & o clock.
COI-LEGIATD CHURCH.
11l m. and 7th-st.,
Rev. JOHN G. FAQQ. D. D.. Minister.
\ Rev. TITTER BRUCD
will preach at 11 a. m. and $ p. m.
oolij-:gtatd (MARBLE) CHURCH.
Oth-avo and »th-«t..
Rev. DAVID .'AS BUaRHLL. P. D.. Minister.
Her. ARCHIBALD H. BRADEHAW
■will preach at 11 a. m. and & p. m.
KorcJnr — "A Spiritual Life at Work."
Eh,-! _' a Worthy Man's Attitude to Je»ua.
COLLEGIATE CHURCH.
fith-ave. and 4Sth-st.,
Rev. IVSNAIJ"> KAOH ICACKAT. D. V.. Minister.
Rev A V V RAYMOND. D. D.. President of tnlon
Collet, will preach at 11 a m. and 8 p. m.
COU>EGIATE CHURCH.
Wett nnl-av«» and 77th-«t..
Rer. HENRY nVERTSOJC COBB. D. D.. Minister
Rev. ALFRED E. MYERS will preach at 11 a* m.
CALI^EOIATE REFORMED CHURCH. Harlem, Rev. J.
ELMENDOnF. D D .. Senior I*»«or.
rm.-"T CHUP.OI. I2l*t-»t.. tear 3<5-av«.. Paster, Rev
nENJAMIN n DICKHAUT.— Senices at 11 a. m. and
6 r m I»reachlP^ by the I'i»«ror
SECOND CHURCH. Lenox-ave. and lS«-«t.. Paitnr.
Rev. EDGAR TILTON. Jr.. D. D.— Services at 11 a. m.
and «p. m. Preachinc by the Pastor. _■„,--,,
Tn« regular sessijos of the Bible School will to resumed
September 30
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST. Central
Park West, and »Bth-»t— Christian science •♦rvi
Sundays, m 11 a. m and « p. in. Wednesday evening*
at 0 o'clock. Reading room* open dallr from 10 to *.
FOURTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, cor.
J2d-st.— Rev. WALTER DUNCAN BUCHANAN. D. D..
ra*tor. preaches at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday Mhool
r»op#nln«. 8:80 a m Midweek pray*r meetln*. Bp. m.
FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
W>»t Br.l-ave. and 91«t-«t.
Rev FUBASANT HUNTER. P. V..
Pa*tor. will preach at 11 a. in.
aiAOISON* AVENUE rapti«t CHURCH, cor. 81st-«t.
Sand»y •<-bool and BIMe Cla»!< »:«» "- nL
Rev GDOROB C. I»RIMER. D. D.. P*«tor.
win preach at 11 a. m. and S p. m , „ „
Mornlair Toptc— "The IXuicrr of Mai£rt*lUln«^Uffc
E^•«lln»— -Th« Pla^ of I"ar<Jon In Tru» I'/ll«!2BI '/ ll «!2 B -
Strac««r» cordl&llr invited All welcome
MADISON AVENUE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHfRCH. ivin»r <V-t|--«t .
Rfr. WALLACE MACMULL.E.V. D. D.. Factor.
Snn«ar morninc wrrtce. wll! l^ held tn th« chapel until
the repairs In the church are <™?Vl'2«.™,A:£f P aYa
lnr hy the pa»tor. Pubjeot: "OBEDIENCE AS A
Source of knowledge of things divine-
MKwttk »oclal devotional eerrtre. edaetday. at Bp. m.
MADISON AVENUE PRESnVTERIAN CHURCH.
Tie Pajtor. nw^HOWARD'AOSEW 'jOHNSTON. D. D.
Th« Paator. R"v HOWARD AONEW JOHXBTON. D. D
*rl!l preach 11 a, m
Subject. •'CHRIST OUR SUrnCTENCT.
MADISON SQUARE PRESnTTERIAN CHURCH.
MadlK-vn-ave.. comer i'4th-«t. bath »*rTlcj> at 11*;™
per .• If PARKHURST. D r-.la.tr R«r. WIIJ^-
IAM W. COE. Aaeiatant Mlnl»ter. will preach,
MORAVIAN rwITICH Lull law — and «Hh-»t.
R.r. lC A. CnnDSON, Pastor. -Sen lces 11 a. m. A.I
•eat* free.
NEW- YORK PRESHYTCRIAN CHURCH. Tth-are^ aad
l*«>h-«t —Rev. Dr. DUNCAN J. MiULLAN. Paitor.
prr^h* a at 11 and 7:ii. Irayar irveetln* W*in«<Ur
•ventnc.
old FIRST fresbyterjan CHUHCH.
6th-«v«. »n4 12th -•!.
n*>r alajt. w. m-cvrpt win pr«meh.
XI a. m. — "Th« Vltlon «J»4 the T«tfc-
RUTGER i PUESOTTEUIAS CIICRCH.
Broadway corner <JJ-«t..
Rer. nODEHT MACKENZIE D. p..
Moraine r»r\ lee t^pt»mt«r 13. II o cock.
(t-orcH PBESBYTKRIAN ciiuncn. . ••*-•«; •"«
OtMitl Park W>«. Rev. UAMD O. WTLI& U. D.
rutor.— Service* 11 ». ft «&1 » »• tt
Religious A otices.
Stephen merritts »
Only BulUSln*. Mh-«f. an.l lMh-«C
Gospel meetings every night. Coma.
BT. ANDREWS METHODIST EPISCOPAL, CHCUCH.
7ftth-«t.. west cf '>>l:iTnbu*-art>
Rev. ANDREW GIL.UE3. Pa«tor.
win preach at 11 a. m. on • TV» Inner Empll*."*
Sir«n|c»i« conitally lavited.
■T. JAMES'S METHODI3T EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Ma-lt?in-avf. and l"Ut^-«t-.
ALLAN MACROSSIE. I*8«tor.
Moraine Korshlp at 11. Evening •wontlp. ":*3.
■T. PAVL.'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL. CHURCH.
West E»»-l-ave. an! x««h-in.
Rrr. GEOROK P. ECKMAN'. T> D.. Pa»tor.
11 A. M.— 6ermon by Roy. K. J. TREVORROW. Su^
Ject: # Th« Christ «'• I* • " No evenly lervlces.
Fra.r«r rne^tlr.ic \v~ln#-«l(ijr. 8 P. M.
nVENINO SHUVICE nESI'«En SEPT. ».
Th« Rer. D. M. STEARNS will resume hit nibl» Class
en Monday. l«lh Ir.st.. at 2 p. m.. at th« Fifth ATewie
Presbyterian Church, corner 63th-«t.
UNIVERSITY PLACE rRESBTTEP.IAX CHURCH.
comer of iotli-«t..
Rev OEOROE AI.KX.\NI>ER. D. D.. F*«tor.
PuMle wrufclp WWW at 1 1 a m. and *p. m. K»r.
WM. B. ftEBB. will pr»-aoh. WViincsilay evening Mnrlr*
In th« chapel. cntr*nci» l" - •>' .at - o'clock.
Dr. LOUIS ALBERT BANKS
will preach In Grace Methodist Er>lsoor»l Chnrch. WMI
104th-«t.. between Co)um!>ua an.l AnMtartam •▼•«.. »t 11
and *. Morning: 'The Banner of love " k>«nin«: "The
Fleelnc Shadows."
Fifth Avenuo Presbyterian Church,
FIFTH AYE. & ".TH ST.
Services a. 11 A. M. and 4 P. M. on Sept. 13th.
REV. F. W. GUNSAULUS, D. D.,
President of Armour Institute. Chicago, will preach.
Mrare- rs are cordially Invited.
A^ o METROPOLITAN TEMPLE*
Re.-. ROBERT BAGX;:i.U Taster.
Pastor preaches morning and evening. Monday, public
discussion. Tucsdty, illustrated lecture. Wednesday, prayer
meeting. Thursday. XilMe night. Friday, question box.
All seats free.
POPULAR CONCERT TO-NIGHT.
— — —^-»^^— — — —^— —^ — — ■^^— —
Surrogates' Notices.
p V UHSUANCE OF AN O OF" HON.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of
New York, notice Is hereby given to all person? having
claim* against Annie Cole Morgan, late of th» County of
New York, decease,!, to present the same with vouchers
thereof to tho subscrii^er, M his pla<-e of transacting
business, at the office of Bvart*. Tracy A Sherman, his
attorneys. No. 52 Wail Street. In the City of New York,
on or before the eighteenth day of February next.
Dated New Tartu the thirl day of August. 1903.
MATTHEW MORGAN. Executor.
BEAUTS. TRACY & SHERMAN, Attorneys for Executor.
No 62 Wall Street. New Ycrk. X. Y.
tn PURSUANCE OF an order of hon.
Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
Tork. notice Is hereby given to ail persons having claims
against Kate B. H'js?el. or Kate Fowler, or Kate B.
Fowler, or Kate Towell. or Kate B. Towell. or Kate
Towle. late of the County of New York, deceased, to pre
sent the same, with vouchers thereof, to the subscriber,
at his place of transacting business. Room 33. on Fifth
Floor of No. 120 Broadway. In the City of New York, on
or before the twenty-second day of December next.
Dated New York, the I^th day of June. 1903.
WILLIAM H. RUSSEL. Administrator.
MILLER MILLER A STORM. Attorneys for Admlnls
traUr, 120 Broadway. New York City. __
pUSHMAN. EPHRAIM lIOLBROOK. —IN
pursuance, cf an order of Hon. Frank T. Fltigerald.
a Surrogate of the County of New York, notice Is hereby
given to all persons having claims against Ephratm Hoi
brook Cushman. lat.» of the County of New York, de
ceased, to present the same, with vouchers thereof, to the
subscriber* at their place of transacting business, at the
office of Edward A. Freshman. No. 140 Nassau Street, la
the City of New York, on cr before the ISth day of Eep
,'embfr next. „
Dated New York, the 12th day of March. 1903.
kOSKPH W. CVSHMAK. HOWARD CUSHMAN. JAMES
B. CI'SHMAN. Executors.
EDWARD A. FKESHMAN. Attorney for Executor*, 140
Nassau Street. New York City.
ATERRIAM. ELLEN M.-IN PURSUANCE
"*• A of an order of Hon. Abn«r C. Thomas, a 6urrogate
of the County of New York, notice 1» hereby given to
all persons having claims against Ellen M, Mertfam.
late of the County of New York, deceased, to present
the same with vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at his
p!ace of transacting business, at the office of Charles P.
Ln'tlnir. No. 34 Pine Street. City of New Tork, Bor
ouch of Manhattan, on or before the thirtieth cat of
December next.
Dated New York. June 27th, l'>on.
WALTER B. MERRIAM. Administrator.
CHARLES P LATTINO. Attorney for Administrator. 34
Pine Street. New York City, Borough of Manhattan.
pHARLOTTE G. MILLER. -IN PURSU
anre of an order of Hon. Frank T. FlUgerald. a
Surrogate at the County of New Ycrk. notice Is hereby
glv*n to all persons having claims against Charlotte <*.
Miller. late at the County of New York, deceased. M
present the fame, with vouchers thereof, to the subscriber,
at her place of transacting business at the office of her
attorney. Edward F. Brown. Esq.. No. 19 Wall Street.
Borough of Manhattan. City of New York, on or before
the twenty-flrat day of S*r>temt*r ne»». Executrix
MART A BCROOTWK, Executrt*.
Dated New York, the twelfth day of March. 1908.
EDWARD F BROWN. Attorney for Executrix. 13 Tvall
Street. Borough of Manhattan. N. Y. City.
THOMAS, SAMUEL.— PURSUANCE OF
an order of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of
the County of New York, notice Is hereby giver-. M all per
sons' having claims against Samuel Thomas, late of the
County of New York, deceased, to present the same, wit*
vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their rlace of
transacting business, at the office of Peckham. M l l er *
King No 50 Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. City of
New York, on or before the fifteenth day of October. 1903.
Dated New York, the first day of April. 1003. „___
ANN AUGUSTA THOMAS. ELEANOR T. BEECK
MAN Executrlces. EIIWARD R. THOMAS. GEORGE
MACCULLOCH MILLER. Ex«<-utor*.
PECKHAM. MILLER * KINO. Attorneys for Ann Au
gusta Thomas. Edward R. Thomas George Macculloch
Miller 80 Broadway Borough of Manhattan. City of New
York.
Proposals.
OFFICE OF THE DEPARTMENT OP PARKS,
ARSENAL, BUILDING. FIKTH AVENUE AND SLXTY
FOURTH STREET. BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN. THE
Sealed* K WILL be received BY
the Park Board at the above office of the Depart
ment of Parks until 1 o'clock p. m . on
THIRSDAV, OCTOIIEII 20. 1003.
lluroush of Manhattan.
Contract No. 4.
FOR WORK AND MATERIALS FOR ERECTION
AND COMPLETION OF THE LIBRARY STACK
WORK IN THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY.
ASTOR. LENOX AND TIL.PEN FOUNDATIONS.
FIFTH AVENUE. FORTIETH AND FORTY-SECOND
STREETS
The time allowed for doing and completing the first
section of the work will be three calendar months after
notice to begin work at the building has been given by
the architects, and for section 3 the time shall be four
months after notice to begin work at the building shall
have been given by the architects.
The amount of security required will be one hundred
thousand dollars.
For full particulars sea City Record.
William R. vrxuvrox.
JOHN E. Et'STIS,
miCHARD YOUNO,
Commissioners.
Dated August 29. 1003.
gEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
tho Park Board at the office of the Department of
Parks. Arsenal Building. Fifth Avenue and Sixty-fourth
Street, Borough of Manhattan, the City of New York,
until 3 o'clock P. M, en
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1003,
for paving with rock asphalt mastic, where directed, the
gutters of a portion of the carriage drives In Central Park.
For full particulars, see Otv Record.
WILLIAM R. "WTLLCOJC.
JOHN E. EUSTI9.
RICHARD YOUNO,
Commissioners..
Dated September 8. 1903.
gEALED BIDS OR ESTIMATES FOR
building Pier No. 22 North River. Contract No. MR.
and for Coal. Contract No. SIO, will be received by the
Commissioner of Docks, Pier "A," Battery Place, until
2 - clock noon. September 18tX IW3. (For particulars see
City Record).
gEALED BIDS OR ESTIMATES FOR
dredging (Contract V". 7W> will be received by the
Commissioner cf Docks, Pier "A." Battery PI., until 12
o'clock nocn, September 23d. 1903. (For particulars see
City Record.)
gEALED BIDS OR ESTIMATES FOR
Pile*, contract No. WO. win ha received by the Com- '
missioner of Docks at Pier "A." Battery Place, until 12
o'clock noon, September 21st. 1003. (For particular see
City Record.)
Autumn Resorts.
MASSACHUSETTS.
HOTEL ASPINWALL
0. D. SEIVEY. Lenox, Mass. v
Berkshire's Most
Charming Resort
For Autumn Months
SCE*FRY rxsrnPASSED. nuv atmos-
PMEBE. PUHH WATER. AI.TI-
V Tn»i: I.IMi Kill
COVNECTICITT.
EDGEWOOD INN,
EDGEWOOD PARK.
Greenwich MM ■!!—•>. Connecticut.
A beautifully located P.ef^rt Hotel ' - select patronage.
All rooms en suite with private baths and strictly mod
em conditions and furalafalnss. Careful service In all
'.l. lr ™ n casino for Indoor amus»irent«. superior (table
ea'u'cment and "auto" quarters; go»f links; tennis courts;
■Sod 1 muatc 2nd a multitude of well kept walks and dr|r«
throujra picture*V>e country. Easy distanc. from popular
Oolf and Yacht Clubs. FRANK F. SHITE. Manager
rE**«Yl-VA*IA.
TWVOSO AND BLUB RIDOQ
1 AUTUMN RESORTS.
la Monroe County. Pa. Booklets and all Information at
a ""^lort BUREAU. *» Broadway. f,«w-York.
Excursions.
To CALIFORNIA in a Special Grain
. . . OVER THE . . .
NEW YORK CENTRAL
Carrying the NEW YORK BANKERS and Others.
LEAVES NEW YORK EVENING OF OCTOBER 13th, 1903.
FIVE DAYS IN SAN FRANCISCO.
RETURNING WILL ARRIVE IN NEW YORK EVENING OF NOVEMBER 4 t2i.
Passing through the. Royal Gorge Canyon and the Colorado Mountain* by daylight,
visit en route Colorado Springs, Glenwood Spring*. Salt Lake City. Del Monte, Santa
Barbara, I.o* Angeles, Orar.ge Grove* at Riverside. Grand Canyon of Colorado, Santa
}>. Kansas City and Exposition ftuiMinz* at St. Louis.
Round trip rate from New York, SISO.OO to 5250.00 according to rullmaa ear accom
modation* desired, covering all necessary expenses en route going ami returning, except
during *tay in San Francisco.
Special train for the entire route, including Club Car, with barber shop mod bath
room. -
For detailed itineraries, tickets and full information, addre*3 M. C. ROACH, General
Eastern Passenger Agent, 1216 Broadway, New York.
SPECIAL FALL EXCURSION
■*■■ i
ATLANTIC CITY
SUNDAY. SEPT. 13.
ROUND S2-50 TEIP
VIA
New Jersey Central,
Spertnl train leaves Liberty. St. Station 8.00 A. M-: So.
Ferry. 7.55 A. M. Arrive Atlantic City 11 A. M.
EAST 134 TH ST. ROUTE (Bronx).
SO'DAYS*— Hourly •> A M. to 1O P. M.
i:i-.KI> 11*- -Hourly 7 A. M. to 10 P. 1C
EAST 99TH ST. ROUTE.
»ntD*VH- H to 1 P. M then half-hourly
WEEKDAYS— Hull » A. M to l" P. M.
Autumn Resorts.
KEAV-YOHK.
MANHATTAN BEACH
MANHATTAN BEACH HOTEL
T. F. SILLECK, Manager.
Brokers' Office, Private Wire And Stock Tickers.
MIZZEN TOP HOTEL
QUAKER HILL. DUTCIIES3 CC.. X. T.
Tw* Hoar* from Jiew York I>y Harlem
Railroad. !.-•-• Vert M'v«i!n.
N. S. HOWE.
L. A. TWOROGER. MR MOR.
Post Offles Address. Pt*!:nt. New Tori*.
Circulars. Ac. at 6cog«ld's. 1 Madison A»a.
DUTCHER HOUSE,
PA"VTL,I.\G. DtrTCHESS CO.. If. T.
GOLF, TENNIS. BOWLJNU.
oi Mi FOR BOOKLET.
R. C. LOVKKIDGB. lUna*er.
HABRIS COTTAGE; UKcwcqa V
nnftiuo iiunnuL, opens Oct. 13T.
Sun parlor, ■team beat, open wood fires.
Mount PleasanTHousa, NCVEitSIXK. w . T .
mourn neasani nousc, suin»«n county, w. t.
deration 1.900 feet; • wholoodk farm bnardtnjf hOQt«t
two olar.ia, me iKin; tool nlaunlri, vl!la|i ton mta-*
Btii' walk. Circular*. W. V. DENItAN.
ICETW-JERSnT.
i I LAKEWOOD. NEW JERSEY. ;!
| THE LAUREL HOUSE
M'/ 1 WILL. OPEN* THE UKEWOOD SEASON '
]! OCTOBER FIRST. !
ji The Laurel in the Pines ;
!| OPEX9 KOVCniiCR FOIRTEEXTH. ;
\ > Both houses under th« miunitsmant of i
i DAVID D. II — .
J.i<j- L nn_n_- -.r -.r^-u-u-Ln-rLjT-n^i-n-nj-u»-<uvju-u-.--i.r.r.-i.-u-L-.n.-.-_nj-j-.
] | ____________^_______
Hotel Dennis,
Atlantic City, N. J.
Directly taring th» Ocean. Hot and cold tea water In
private baths. Golf Licit prlvl>^»» Information and
booklets. 1.384 Broadway. WALTER J. BUZBT.
OCTOBER BT THE SEA,
American Plan Oren all the year European PlaSk
HOTEL RUDOLF,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Inrirormtlnr. restful, social features. mtiala, roema «a
actt* with hot and cold sea and fresh water baths.
C. R. UTER3. Prop*
Writ* for booklet, rates, etc.
MARLBOROUGH HOUSE,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
fTTHB WESTMINSTER. Kentucky Ava. and B«»ch. At-
THE WESTMINSTER. Kentucky rates; M to At
lantic City,. N J Sp«ctai S«pt«mb«r rate*; |8 to $11
weekly. CHA3. FT'HRE.
SOMERSET INN
AND EIGHT COTTAGES. BERNARDSVTLLE. W. 3.
Opens May I*. Closes Oct. 12. S3 miles from New-Tor*.
an D.. L AW R. It., via Barclay or Christopher dC
Ferry. Altitude 800 feet. GEORGE W. TUTTLE, llfr.
Telephone ?B Bernardrriila
TTTF OTTTT"M OCE-VM GROVE. X 3.
Ocean »:»•». Bteam heat. M. P. WISWELL.
WEIV-HAMPSUIRE.
SEPTEMBER IN THE MOUNTAINS.
WAUMBEK COT cES
__^_______________^____ COTTAGES
JEFFERSON. N. H.
OPEN UNTIL OCTOBER IST.
T September Is the most
in charming month of tho
,t year In the mountains,
cflw Delightful air. Gorgeous
\Y/1%if.3 foliage. Superb grolf links
W lUte and other out - - door
ft 7T . .. „ 4- -, «-» r» sports. Steam heat and
Mountains. O p flrPB
A. J. MURPHY,
Manager.
VIRGIMA.
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS.
2.500 FEET ELCVATION.
15 Tin: VIRGINIA Mnrrain
lirrf the simnuer and Fall <riioiate>. the
Waters. Bath*. Ilutcls and Scenery l.uve ■•
1.-ituil In Amtrlco.
Rheumatism c*at. obesity and Muuii tr iuslssi rnr^-t.
Yew Golf Clufc'H-jus* w^'.h Sfjash Court. L/rmjlns Rooms.
Cafe Ptnp-Ponir. etr. Fine Grlf Ccurne. Tennis O-urts.
»>:«asur. l*ocl •zr«U«st I'.verr and all outdoor pastimes. -
Tlin >i:w lIOMESTKAD
la unav:^stl"nab'.y th« fine*; all - year-round resort hotel In
Am»rt-a ilo<lern In '-• »trtcte»t sen**. con-luct«d ea th«
fc: .■ .«• ;.n« and tatronlxed by th« hlgnest clvi. aw*aMf»
efflre with direct N >* »!.-•
ru'.lrnan Compartment Car ■» Washlngt-n l*«'«a N»w
Tcrk *M P. M.. arrU's Hot .'prlnfs S A. V. Eicur
•ton tickets at Che«ap^k» * Ohln offlcss. id Broaow*».
and ofßres Penn«>l»*n:a R. It. Address
FRED STEKHT Manager. Hot gprln««. I*.
urban Board.
—-—..• ivn WIVTFIt — Handsome, comfortable hotne. |
F^wlTTOed thr>uchout: for half *«•« refined person, |
aalc U. J.
E rmrrinns.
"The New York World's Fair."
GRAND GALA
DAYS!
LAST DAY OF
THIS SEASON.
MONDAY.
SEPTEMBER Uih.
LislandJ
TIMB TABLE— SUBJECT TO CHAWG»--:*rA V»:
CortUndt 6treet Pier. »0U 10:0i>. ll:a» A. M.. 12:00 St.
ISO. 2:30. 8:45 P. 11.
Bridge \>«k. Fulton Ferrr. Brooklyn, » SO. lf>-2Q. lit*
A. H. 12:20. 2:0«, :i:3O. 4:«»> P. M.
But 823 Street *:SO. 10:00. 10:45. U.« A. It. 12.-48.
2:15. 2:45. 3:13. 4 30 P. M.
L*a»e Glen Island, 11 A M. for Cort!*n£t «tr*et ortyj
'13 A M I r Di Street and Brooklyn: 12: i*» It, «M
1:00 P M. far Cortlandt Str»*t only: 3:00, I °© «<*» end
7:0»P. M. lor all landings. Extra bn«t» cxf Sundays an*
tol!<!ays. rXX^TRSIO!*. 40 CENT 9.
Including- admission to all attraction*
WEST POINT. NEWBURQH &
POUGHKEEPSIE.
tn» THE PICTCRESQTTB HTDSCSr.
Grand Dally Outing*, «e»cept Bun ley.)
By Palace Iron Day Un« i'SSiSSSm
-«IW YORK" aa- ~AJLHA*TV
rrotn Brooklyn. Fulton St. <by Ann-*>.- * *• A. JaY
** New York. I>*fcros«« St. Vler — «•
- We»t 22,1 St. Pier — — ••*» "
«• "West 120 th St. Pier •-•-v-iiii ;; * *
Returning due In N»w Tort 3:50 P. !tf.
HOUSING AND AI^TBRNO N rON'CERTS.
AJTEKJIOO* BOAT »!■. >< aL\RY P»WBli»>*
LONG ISLAND RAILROAD.
"THE WAY TO THE SEA."
"MAIH.»TT.»y BEACH.
I^arn frith •«.. E. R-. N. T.. wt«k Say*. •» J*o.
7-40. 0:20. 1100 a. m ; lilO. 1:10. 1 rift 3: A 2:40, XilO. :
3:40. *>. 8:10. 60©. «.4O T:10. 7:40. »:10 and 8:4O p. la.
AMWoMI r tnlnioa'RMt'Dtn C I. J. a. 12:40 and
1230 b m.
l«av« East K. T. 39 mfantu aHer » tt> at. tlm+
IDEAL OUTING TRIP 99
«kpt. iarn. n.o^rvo trip* op* toe *tia
so.\ to >ew ii \ve>. stu. nicirAßi> peck
will lfav* Pier 40. N R.. foot Clarltson St.. »:.V»; B. Sls%
St . 10:18 A. M lUturnlnif. <tu<» V. T. •:<» P. M. Aa
hour In N«w Haven Music Tickets. St.
RED BANE LINE,
Leave* Franklin St.. Pier J4. N. R.. tolly at » A. M. aa4
S P. M.. Sunday* 0 A. M. onry. for HUalanda, Octaala.
Ixx-uat Point. Fair Hiv» and Rai Bank, eonnectlng wtta
trol>y for Uon« Branch. A*ury Park. E»ci»r»toa. ttOc
Foreclosure Sales.
vi\V YORK SUPREME COURT. COUNTY
"^of N«w Tork— Helen M. KntcX«rbacker. pUtatlrr.
against John J. Buckley «n<l others. «l«f*nilant* In
pursxi*nc« of • Judgment of fbr«cl< anl •a;-, culy
mad* and entered In tfte ahoy. •ntltled mc*tom,*imwm
data th« U3th day of AprA 1903. amende* by order b*>ar
lae data Aumist 23. IW3, I. th«» una^rslnn-O. th« rpfere^
tn Mil M«iifm*nt named, will »ell at public auction, at
th« New York B<»»1 i^>tat» SSaiesroom. No. 161 Broadway.
In th« Borough of Manhattan. City of New York, on til*
19th day of September. IIRiS. at 12 o'clock noon, on that
day. by Joseph P. Day. auctioneer. th« preml«e» directe<l
by •»!<! judgment to t« »gld. and therein d**.-rlh«il a*
follows: All that certain lot. pleco. or parcel of laal
•ttuate. lvln« an.l betnir In th« Borough of Manhattan.
C!ty of New "York. ana bounded and described aa fol-»
low»: Beginnln* at the point formed by th« Interaction
•f th» easterly «ld« of Elm utreet. a* now widened, wltn
th« northerly sl>l« of Howanl »tr»«t. and running taeno*
northerly along th* •ajitorly aid* of Elm street, on*
Hundred and twel»» feet, f"<ir and three-.-iu.irt«r l3tt*».
Bior« or leas; running tf>#nc» aaaterly an.l atoojt th-»
northerly slUe of ths premises hereby conv<jj-»4 a.-
parallel, or nearly •»>. with Howard »tre«t. Cwaut. -
tevtn feet, ten and tlire*-«l<ata tncnea. mor« or Iss* £ >
th» easterly line ot !an I oonveyaa to tha party of «a
first part by Lu<lwl* HarrlnK. by deed, dated Jinnaxy
aUta. 1536. and recorded In the ofllce of the. R-«l»'w of
th* City and Count;.- of N'«w York. In Liber 43. Bectita
1 of Conveyances, pas* 28. October 23. 1S87: th*ne« run—
ntnir southerly along th* easterly »i<l* of said .an I and
parallel, or nearly sow with Elm, street, on* hundred and
• levrn feet three Inches, more, or less, to th* northerly
■Id* of Howard street, and runnln* thence westerly aloa«
th* northerly aid* of Howard street, thlrty-on* f**t two
and threw- quarter Inches. ■»■> or less, to ta* point or
place of beginning.
Being th« premises now known by th« street X umber
Eight Howard street, which premise* comprise th*
remnant ot 01.l Number Ten Howard street, left after th*
widening of Elm »tr**t. and also prtanlsi* ertglnally
known by th* street Number Eight Howard a*ia*C It
being the retention to deacrlb* all th* land which ■»•»
conveyed to the party of the drat part by th* 4**4 her»
tnaboT* Bjtaßtlone4. and also by another de-it. di;*t
June twenty-»econ<l. l«i»-t. and re<eorded la said K«<lit.r"»
ef9e». June 3)>th 139% ta lioer 40. Sirtlosl 1 at Coav*y
anoes. pas* aM
Dated. New York. Aurirt Sft I**.
TO"MA.I GIIMERA2T. R»f«r«a.
WIL.UAM R. PROVK. Attorney for PlalntirT. 80 Bxc*4
street. New York.
. The following Is a wiagram of th* property to N» aold
a* described aborr*. th* street number bets* No. A
Howard street:
Th* «pprox!msti» amount of Use U«n or c.";«rp to aatlafy
which IM above described property It to M tola, is aa»
*r.:v-thre«» thousand eight hundred nlnety'-two tod CO-109
dollars, with Interest thereon from th» Unix day of Mur«n.
1008. together with costs and allowances MaouatfeM| «•>
tint* hundred alx-y nln# ami &7-ICO dollar*, with taterast
from April 23. 19u3. toother witH tha mwiii of «a«
sale. Thj approximate amount of taxes. aM«i«3>ea?X or
other liens, which are to b* allowed to th» purchaser
out of rhu yurtm money, or paid by th» Rafsree. Is
eleh! thousand n.n»ty-f tir and **-!«• dollars anil IsMut.
D»tel: New 'iork. Auirm 26. I**
THOMAS GILLERA^. Rs>r««.
Public Notices.
NOTICE TO* TAXPAYERS. "~~*
■*• DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE *>
BUREAU FOR THE COXJ^ECTIOM OF \ TTI.
New Vorlc. September lac 13C3.
Taxpar-^' ••»■» «'••*'■• to obtala their bCs promptly
nhouM MM Immediate wri;t»n requisition •Jl*nkm —
b« procureU la the borough ofir«> stauns their property
by Section or Ward. l'L ■ k an<l Ix>t. or ilxp N'umU.*,
maklnK cor» ot »urn«» from th^lr bills of t*st year.
If » taxpayer Is uh*ss«<l for personal tax. U»» r«j-al»t
■■ »r.i j. I also r- ,MM ■ ■" -i. 1 •-«*
E«ch requls tlon <n -d k« accompanied by aa env#l
eca ti«srtn( tha proper a!!r*«< nf tna apcllcaat AND
■WITH UETCRN POSTAGE FItEFAIO.
In case of any doubt In r»«ar 1 t« Warn. Section. Bloc*
or Lot s imb»-r taxpayers ahout) tak* tnelr daMta to ta*
I'epartrr.f ru of Tun an', Ass^sam«nts an! hava their
property locat<4 on tf\» map* of that P»partßJ«nr. awt
rorwari to ' •:"-..■ . Receiver ot Tax^s. with •■•
requisition, a certified ■winwinlum of tn»ir >*vu«rty.
wblch will tM> furnUhed by M I>«p*rtn«nt of Tare*
an*l Ass* •■,••••
Taxpayjrs In th!» manner win rweetva th*<r bt!!s f»>
turr.e.t ty ma'l at ... earliest poassbte moment, ami
avoid any •:•>•>• cau.oml br walt!n« on Uses, as U ra
<;uir» I In "s» of p*r*>nal application.
Th» r*<:ulslt!on mv»: t« -■mi and matlM to »*•
Txputv Ilet«lv»r of TaiM !n waichdvor borough th»
Uisuaslj is io>-at#d. as follows:
JOHN J. MeDOSOCGII. N'»- 87 CTiambera Street. Bor
"*"/•") HN U i'NUERHII-U corner Thirl and Tremoat
Aren'iea. llorouicn of Th» Bronx. N'»w Tr.rk.
jAr.'OU ». van WT'-TC Uunlclpal guAHlaj. Boronsft
mf Brosklvn New Tort
'rr ff * r 'Er.U'K W. nLErKWRXV. corner Jacicacn
Av»nui an.l K.fth Street Lon» Island City. Borousa at
Qti«^ti» Ne»" Torir.
JOHN DC MOKGAX. Pay amt Suntt rireatj. SMol»
ton «tat».'» Island. Borouxh of I:!rhmoc4. x T.
A*fT»r rm-eiv!n« the I'lUs Ik* taxpayer wUI m* t.»»t th«r
are proprly r»N*t*>d. then draw rheclt for '><• net amount
to -" .. or-l'-r of tha r.Ki'KIVKII OP TAXE3. and mall
bill and ■ i ■■■■« with an ajili ■ »n- ■.> »• with return
postage prepaid to the leputv Receiver In which****
|ji— ak th« property Is lo«-at»1.
ALA. BltXrt PAID DrHlXf* OCTOOEn mewr BE
REBATED BrrOKE PAtiXEXT.
DAVID E. Atarr«j».
R^^ivar of Taxes.
Help Wanted.
fl'A.\Tß> -UrBITHTO or s:'i;:r:T. fi/>at
>> ln« dry dock.. $M»> per **•■■• •>*•"* cr Crrtl "••■
ceer Sparrow* Point. M.I An ex»jnir.a!!r>n wUI b« hj*<|
at th« Nary T«n. New Tork. N. T.. HHl>ir 23. Xtat.
to ftll tha above potmen. For application ao>l further In
farniatloa addrtsa, "Comxcaadant. Kary Tar«, *•• Torla.
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