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STOCKS.
SS-itS^o-sSSSr::::^--:? -
?-VJ.» * H.fiscn <5«« Company 15» J 2
SuT* E'«"trtc Cnrnpanv of B«>rgen County. «0 «3
Hic.ecMck Water Company comaion j*> —
Hc*ok l-Mi-l * improveraem Company 200 —
:::::::::::::::::» =
|_iioß»*lck Uirht. K«it * Power 00... «0 —
__^t5_ ll L JeTaeT Tataßkoi» rr.mp«ny ITS
s'-l-sev «r— •♦ Rail— ay Company ■ • » —
rtt^n* Pi«alc ON * Elect r!c Company. 72 7«
£.*■•. Penice Ccrpor«t!on 115 118
r R__S Str^t Railway C^npar.7 250 W)
£^"^."t' Union A Mt<l<sl-^T LlrMJn« Oo 30 -
|^_7eWey G« E-.ectrl^ & Traction Co 12« 1M
R^'r Mann facturinc Corapany «0 ft«
*SadarJ CX! 00-par.v «SO. «33
Cn!t«<S Electri: Co-pany of Neir Je— 2« —
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
(7_r_!she<! tr Charlesi P Barr sey _ Co.. No. __ Bro__-_t..
Vrr _v,^k a"-; No. 1-2 Scuth 4th-st.. Philadelphia.)
El«. Asked. Btr Askst.
t _ - -— „ " ♦ *■ •* Ph!!» Co pref .. 4S 4SH
__ h7co •• m; Perm R R Co .72 72H
£!L*Sm. «re* 27 27-» p< Rn Steel Co .. 49 50
SSV Ji v . S3H S4 pref 102 104
£_. st Ba- CB « Phila Elec C 0... 8\ 8%
SL^Cft'f A- 11 11! » Fhlla * Erie 74 T '
S—sSSt rrac 1« 17 Phlla Rap Tr . . 38H SS I
SSsO»a- V A _W- Sa« I-m & 5 ... I>* l*
T-+-!_h va- 1'"'" &* Bmokeleaa Piw. .32 33
HJSvRR ■">«. Tide— ater Bead. I>4 1%
SE_ * •'■ DM"" rractlon.. 62 «_=%
Ej_obaii 11 12 Tr. Gas Imp Co OS IBli
**;_-♦ 44 44 >* Welsba— I Co 23 2."
rM_rc_:::.": 4-h _t_i
BONDS.
Arr Ry 06_ »__«Ki 10 * Ph..a Elec 4b.... 72 72H
iJL APW 4S !>' I<*' : *" 8»-S 103 103 >*
vjOe-*s* l*> 110\ Phlla CO Ss... 106 105 S.
Peo Pasi Hy o '■■ 1 2'» 103
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
CT__!s_e_ by var. Sc__.!<-k _ Co., No. 7 Wall-Bt.>
Bill Aske<l. Bid. Asked.
n_taß RT ««»- I* 7 17 H Ccnso: Gaa ..85 —
do !.ncc-M... 66 1 . C6^i do 6s lOC% —
dP 4s 9.H 63 Gotten Duck com 12\ M
(j 54 C V T cons ft 9^i do incomes .33 36
4n _M... 32 32 : * Ligt-.t _ Pow pf. CO —
,-'.-. . _o^4 fll dc44> 96%, 9.-.
Se_> A L =o—.. 24* »VCha-sron rR 5s 106 107
_a M» pre« .. BB* 63-: dr Can K:^r Ba — 9«
<s «^ --- . K4\ 56 Continent Tr.st 161S 182H
_«.. ....90". SI Union Trust — st»»_
d-s i.vvear 5«.104 1 « 10P Third Mat Bank 130 —
N-T- Rr *ttss 94 94 Fidei 4 Dtpostt 150 —
•—
HAILROAD EAKNINGS.
BVF— >-I>O. ROCHESTER _S_ prTTSBtTBO
1305 1904. 1908.
V"-s«r rf miles 4T2 472 472
SlHsi II - la 6«pt . $17P 9*l $172,343 H«E.Ot7
Ju^l to S'pt. 14 1.897.0.3 .-.MAT 1.799.751
CANADIAN PACIFIC
Vm__r Of miles T. 500 7.25*" 7.461
_^_T J 'wee;c :r. Sept. . $1.045. 0(1O $333,000 $879,000
s^^»6«pt 14 . 11.445.175 10.715.534 f1.*47.498
CHICAGO GREAT W_-TES_H
>-__ber cf -::es 930 93^ 830
6ece_. — s-x la S«pt .. . $173 430 $159730 $173,116
Ju?v I tc- _«t It _.«T.T_ 1.4«5.70- 1.«9».644
COLORADO AND rrHsout
K__s_ of -.:>s . 1.121 1142 1142 i
E^d-««km_-pt .. $146. «« 5121.568 $130,175 ,
J.:v : tf. ser'- 14 .. . 1. 497.328 1.2_5.&5« 1.354.*_4
DEN^*_R ANT RK) GRAX-E.
Vnaibe- of n-:;_ . . 3.453 2.«00 1.833
Second w-^k it: >-?:. BBUM »_a.OJ9 5375.f«)0!
Juiv Its ?^T 14 . 3.81, • 3.351.5«1> 3.843.192 |
ir>-w-A CJ_M'RA__.
X__^r _t rnOes ... 556 . . j>g __ 510 j
Second -**k te for' r.454 533.61S _JUf i
Ju'.v Ite Bep< I 555.731 5fi.',.524 492.5:2 ]
INTERNATIONAL. AND GREAT NORTHERN.
•taker aC -QM 1507 1.506 1.931
Second week _ P-TT • WaKSQO $120,200 «m.*S
Jar. Ito S«r*- ft 3.916.334 5.487.587 I.O23.IO
LOfISVIL—B AND NA KVII_.E
tsr^Lttm- 3.573 3 422 «w !
Peocnd ■ ITJM ! r< » i^S9 i
July Ito Bept. 14.. __J_.Q_7 7.ft+''' _ 7,436,»i5 ;
SII>"NEAPO_.IS _ND ST. L.0U13.
N_mb«r cf relies £43 '-.43 . .— _- i
Second •_* in S*T- ■ $77,750 161.14" $^0,028 j
July Ito Sept. 14..... 7<vi._3 724.033 535.197 j
MISSOURI PAC3FI-,
mi mi at ____ . 5.505 SOffl 5.1?5
Becc-.n _nek In Best . $807,000 JW .-, SS3 •-«*•"
Jn:y I to =c-r'.. 14 8.597.330 ?.733.5t1l 5.572.151
tOeatxml Hrarcr. '
Kumb- at -_■ 3S* 3SS , 38S |
Becorfl w^<?_ i_ Sept.. $29,000 Bl •• $.->!. W<J |
July 1 to Sept. 14 4t«j.716 3StS.r>S_ 357.000 j
ST. lOpP BOCTTBWaBXsB
Mb_ -- of tt.U»! ... 1.29S U-B- 1.293
-♦ror.d week in Sppt.. - 116&.466 $175. •0 i $100.64*3
Ju!r 1 to Sept. 14. - . . ..- 1.719.544 I. *L»_'".li 1.424.
■-O-THEP.N.
irsiiilm at mitei 7.195 7.1?6 « 72S
Second we*- :r. =epr . $556.3_ $^77.7-3 Sg l - 1 737
July 1 to Sept. 14 10.0Cfi.0-O 9.<57<i,_01 5.06T.08T
TEXAS AND PACIFIC.
Number cf miles ... 1.482 :.2isf 1300
S-^ond -«--«k in Sept.. *185.37» $__»,061 $199,547
Jan. : to Sept. 34 .. -■.-•- 7.5-4.4.2 2.066._3
ALABAMA GREAT BOTTHKBN
(«____ _ —Oca -09 309 309
F'rst w^k bl Sepr . . . $58.5<* tSS.4O. 582.34S
Ju'r 1 to Sept. 7 .... »i4-i -- M&.4M 5M 714
dVCINNATI. vrT^PT.Piv; AND TKXAS PACDia
Number of miles S3B 33« 336
F!— t week :n Sept.. $13S.:'.iS S:2?..v:m» $120.07»
July 1 tc S«pt. 7 1.416.9-1 1.513.073 1.297.598
PACIFIC <^OAST
_^r' w of jßtr —
e__n_s." $5&*5.773 SBf«V7_ $f.6f..3fi3
f^iiii x »_'«.___• .-■ 4r:.172 4«_»21 4_4-»:
Net «_rn!ngs ■ «l-s-:.*'l H_7.B_B 1117.90S
NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION .. ,
_r^_r££T ST :-. ■■ H SS , «W| $97.^
,-s?!= 29-41
jg-iV^Fy.?.... •«__ «x-s »_ja
V*. _«___ ... 292. '1-3 _«••> SOS. 2h4.__5
Burplus over charges.. *Qi.vo, so.iu.j e.._»i
TEXAS CENTRAL.
Gr-'-'-rV^ »73.?_3 •8-.JM $43 068
-~-S' .. 30.896 U.BM S.IIS
S-rVr£""cVer "charges.. 25.312 H.__ 534
6r J '* S V -4r-r^*. 31 .~"-. 513R.501 $101,392 $77,231
_T_Z^__* 5_.«86 ■ 1»>.549 'V 174
k-^'o^fr charg-5... -520 ______ '10.341
•DeSclt. VANA ELECTRIC
1905 1904. Changes
We-k end-^ B«pt 7. S3l».«" $32,873 I- - 793
JaT i * r^rC'n .. . 1.3»1.&76 1.197.1-= M,C7I
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW-JERSEY.
The __ pamphlet report of the Central B_U
road of N«>--Jersey for the year ended Jun« 30,
1906. Is a: sand. The income account compares as
follow.: _.
1805 19^4. 1603.
Ot_i Tisjiii $21.«76.536 $20.735.778 $18.43U.^57
»«J*n»«» ::..!... 1t,&4«,7_ 1i.820.018 11.6.6.260
■M ear_ags . . 5<_.726.774 $B.yiS.l*J $6,734,027
X*pr«__tio_ bind, etc. -.8-7.701 1.665.146
E_:--ae ... .7.-32.07- $7.2-3.01. $6,734,027
O_er _ni_ . :.... 1.1i..-70 1.155.4.a 1.11..
»M_ Imm 5_._:,342 J5.40.,4^3 *J-fft|_J
CS__r_e-. __es, etc... t.616.6*> 5.747.--5 5,7_.5—
■O9S_ $2.334, $2,661.05* »2-"*-^
Cn-.ie_i_ 2.153.704 2.1a_.40i 2.183.-64
fngli $141.0ia $4«7.45« "1M.4«.
Tje*_u
O*crg, f Baar, pre_i_ent of the Centra: E_U
roac _ New -Jersey, 6_.y_:
G— earning- for the year Increased JSB7.7W,
cr about 4.5 per oent over tha precedin^r n_cai >'_- r
aad •.'._ ii_rea_« appll-a to all ciaasee of traTJo.
The av«aga revenue tonnage per nile was vf> 2,
ar. '..icrease of 4.4 tons, while the average diataxce
•aca ton w_ carried was _.1O mileo, a decrea_e of
JJa. The ma-Steca-xce of the equipment a.t a high
«e*ree of eCtd-ncy ha« been continued, $2.-60, 1»
fcavitx been ex;>en_ed for this purpo»« during the
7^_r. The ptyaical condition of the property has
to«a *rea'_l" Improved. a_ evidenced oy replaciniT
-roodea a_d Ugr.r. iron bridge* with stronger struct
_r<s_, addlUonal aignal and Interlocking plants.
Daw «l_ing_ aad alterations in exiaUng yards, new
rrtiirht and paaaenger yard*. Improvements In
station building- ace grounds, repairing and Im
proving docica and wharves, 425.JC6 ties renewed
a_l sixty ilea of track reballasted with broken
s'oße; 41.78 miles of track relaid wltti ateel rails
of ninety pound section. M.4 mile- of track; relaid
with second hand rulla, chiefly of 85. 80 and 70
po_id section. Two hundred and sixty-five
thousand dollar- was charged against fn
co-a during the year for depreciation In «<j-_lp
aier.t. nni* a further sum of $1,000,000 has oe*n set
eaida out of the surplus of the current year to
tike credit of eQUlpaaenl depreciation fund.
The general baianre sheet as of June 30. ISOS, com
parts as follow
Am—lß— isos. i9<M. 19O_
__ «r_praen_. . ,<aa.g».4o_ t«_.CS.BS- (40.157.3-B
■swiHUsa o«l— d. , 21.78Ji.2T7 2_S--.___ 2_.&t_.Wo
i_>tnc__ tor oo&struo—
" Uoe . ._. 84XT8 247,87. SUO.Wi
I__r_jo, fund. 1«» 1 100.000 lOO.ouo
Bui^Tand^iaearlal.. 1.2«.«« 1.838.55* LImItSS
Os«b 2.74..*-- 1.771.-7. _.1««»
C-pta _<soo_j_. „_ 8..17.-18 8.46f1,«C- a,17&,.y
-— s -ee»Tai>_.. -. T4S»,S» I,TW.«U 2.U5.407
o__r _»ot___ _ US.**. 120k_2> 44^1
50U3_ t-4.-19.f1-- fao.ITMO» »1.e_,023
_A_Ul__—
f_nmatoc- .S-7.4--.-0O $Sr._S,*X» *_T.4_s.SfiO
■Mda .oi-6-.C.^ C1J17.100 4A.BttO.loa
jy_t n g<fwpU,:. . 1.05_.4-l 1.17i.66- 1.028.62
•v. iui to_c__-j s__.io_ ie_ju» ajaxso?
Trust Companies.
Executor
Chartered 1822.
The Fanners' Loan and Trust Company,
Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William St., New York,
Capital, - - $1,000,000.
Undivided Profits, - . 7,000,000.
Administrator
M ORRISTOWN TRUST GQ.
MORRISTOWN, N. J.
PAYS 3% INTEREST
on Daily Balances, Subject to
Check, Payable in N. Y. Funds.
CAFTT AU SURPLUS \ Jo
AND PROFITS OVHR S •■— -W.OOO.
DEPOSITS OVER 7.500.000.
DIRECTORS.
SAMTTEL FREEMAN. Preeldeut. -^r,
Frederic Cromwell G. G Frellnghuysen
Charles F Cutier Oeorse C, Haven
Wlllard W Cutler T> WUIJa James
Aurelius B. Hull O. H Kahr.
Gustav E K:»«el Walter G Oakman
Luther K^untie Herny F T_j-l°r "
Richard A. McCurdy Thorr.aa TV Cauldwell
H McK. T-»-ombly Louis A. Thebaud
J_sea A. Webb John W. Castles
Guaranty Trust Co.
OF NEW YORK,
MTTTAL LIFE BUTLDtNO.
Capita!. $2,000,000. Surplus, $5,500,000
JOHN W. CASTLES, President.
DlviJer.dß due. . 845.519 B4S.STr, 848.31(5
' Taxes. equipm«r.t. a?
cunt! etc 1.230 1.123.743 1.470.307
Insurance iwrn fund. 2ir«.330 187,448 128.773
Renfwal anil provo
rr.er.; fund G0. 073 350.000
Equipment depreciation
—serve, fund ... 1.063 1.-00 ■»'
Profit and loss surplus. 9.211.227 8.735v2X7 S.B-MBl
Totals $64.314. $95,175.3*9 $»1, 1*55.023
ATCHISON'S REPORT.
The report of the Atehison. Topeka and Santa
Fe Railway Company for the year ended June 30,
1905. shows that the average mileage operated la
the -ear was 8,306 40 miles. The total increase of
mileage was 17.14 miles. The increase in the aver
age number of miles operated, compared with the
preceding f.scal year, was 125 SI miles.
The following is a summary <->f the transactions
of the system for th« fiscal year, with a comparison
with the preceding fTscal year.
1906. 19« H.
Gross earnings from oreratloc $68. "5. 557 25 $68,171.200 18
Income from other sources. . _3.ttß 4B 1.24%. 778 _3
Income from all MoraM ... $68,159,739 65 $69,419,975 41
Operatina; expenses, mcl. tax«>9. -T.gBS.BBB 80 44.641. 434 10
• -als and other charges 47.535.583 sft 44.641.434 10
$21 353. 18 $24,775,541 31
Ftx-"! charg-ee. lncl. accrued _,_,„_« M18.7T000
Interaat on adj rr.t bonds. . 9.611.510 OS 0.4i5.t.0Q0
Net taeaam $11,742,348 06 $15,359.77131
This is equivalent to 5 per cent on the preferred
stock and 5.92 per cent on the common stock out
standing, compared with 5 per cent on the pre
ferred In 1904 and 9 46 per cent on the common.
The following sums were charged in the year In
profit and loss account:
Dividends—
On preferred Bteck: _■
No. 12 <2 ; ,%>. paid A_g 1. 1904 $2.?54. 345
No 13 (*%%>; Paid Feb. 1. 1906. 2.frfi4.340 ,3 T08,«»»
v, I-„ ra:d June 1 IMB a.OM.UO 44 _ wg w
— -ritten off pronorty account, _:r. r««pect of
expenses and discount on bond sa.es l.;j»d.^ii H
AFprcpriation to fuel r-wrv« fund 319 U3o .
iggregate charges to profit ar.d lose .811.lSfl.SS7 13 j
Amount to credit, at pro« and toas June 3<> tvx^- wz „
____t' to" credit of 'profit and loss Tir.e », .„<,._.-«
1906. after majcir.p the abaw charges 19.,09.49 l 6S
Income from other sources Than earnings from
operation _U— slate, of interest on cash in bank and
naa collected as Interest and dividends upon bonds
and stocks of companies the operations of which
are not included in the system accounts. In the
fiscal* year the gam of JSBI.SOfi 05 in cash was received
as the net proceeds of sales of lands embraced
'■■ in tre Santa Fe Pacific Land Grant, but this was
directly written off the book value of railroads.
I finiililwn and other property, and the transaction
! does not appear in the income account. In addi
i tion to the 52.500.000 serial debenture bonds re
\ de^r.able on February 1. 1905, the company has
■ purchasod and cancelled $1,301,000 of the series of
! bonds falling due on February 1. 1906: $483,000 of
■ ; Eastern Oklahoma Division 4 per cent, twexity
: five year gold bonds were issued and sold, in re
spect O the Kiowa. Chickasha and Fort Smith
Railway, 24.18 miles m length, which was conveyed
: to the E— Stern Oklahoma Railway Company on
j March 14, 1904.
The average tons of revenue freight per loaded
car mile increased from 13.83 to 14.06. or 1.30 per
! cent. The average tons of revenue freight carried
I p«r freight train mile increased from 269 to 28186.
| or 4.46 per cent. The average freight revenue per
! freight train mile increased from $2 .o to $2 82. or 2-55
per cem. The average passenger revenue per pas
senger train mile decreased from $115 to $1 13, or 2.61
per cent. The average total revenue per passenger
train mile decreased from $1 44 to $1 38. or 4.17 per
cent. Tons of revenue freight carried one mile in
creased 47.820,436. or 1.02 per cent, whiie freight car
mileage, decreased 3.656.060, or 2.01 per cent,
j and the freight train mileage decreased RI.TM.
ior 3.S per cent. The number of passengers
carried one mile increased 35.380.008, or 5 per cent.
The passenger car mileage increased 7.336,3_.
or vSI p«r cent, and the passenger train mileage
Increased 1.016.656, or 7.62 per cent.
The company held in its treasury on June SO. 1905,
the. following cash and cash assets, viz.
Cash on hand June 30... $ f-_?n^ m
Becurt-.es iesti_ated -ash value) • _,*>*■."-?> m
To_l $_.527,11061
The road will pay out $2,000,000 In all. represe .ting
j the cost of repairing the damages caused by the
i floods.
General balance sheet as of June SO follow 3:
B_MMMi
A£S_Ta Jane 80, 1906.
Railroads, franchises acd other
property, ln_l-_in_ atocka. bo_Uk
•tc iE_HDIt A; $44_,6_..C-0
Expecdltu— for coastrucilon and
equipment during: current _»__
,eax (Ex—blt Bi: _.—.-_,
Improvoments ................ 14.aa.580
Extensions - • 171.814
>m#Dt — 68>43 „483.873
*,4a3.573
In-»t--nU, new »ca-»»lo_- ,- «r ««
I {Exhibit C) - M.3S7._B_
ffiaxc* from capital aoeoant.. — $7,277,881
SSp-nr-. .ecuriae. (_tl_«^ „„__
V _T_) .. • •«•«»•••-.# »2.8>4.4J6 — — — •
o__^_«nue_ (e«t__X«l vatoi^ _»otaw — — -
— 2.»47,0an
r»h»r lineal iiuirifs ...........-••— ~"— — ■ t.81T.804
! _ft_laian_«pyil« ._. --— W«U00
: prepaid l_n_ar.ce preml-— > •_■■•» — — — _.»a8
! QtuLTtAtr Tr_t Company of frn*
i y__^c»_» d«-tt for fual rs^
i^.fund .^^ *U-O
i _ceounu recelvaWei />«__«
A*-nt» an- conAnctor. - KfXWT
U_ted S_t« vmaaamt _Ji__2
_^slaMaos ______ fHMk<B4
QMb <_ _u_ and la ba_i — ; &S-qoe4
t y , ■*B.T<*oßfl
_L_SZLJIT--1
Capital •took: -.•.■:::.-™4--m. *K«LOax«o©
£K2L ::;::."7::;i_MaB k «tt
L«_"_no_i't!n «p«3*J truati
>_■ impro-Bns»ta,
«t_ite* to. -.-sa^ro lIJXMO
uciMjtaA
r_t«e. * P«r «— t beo_*. _•-_• "-^ 4a « ow
Btrttp- ©out boo-*....-.-- WW>.W«W
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NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1905.
Trust Companies.
Manhattan Trust Co.
WALL ST., cor. NASSAU, NEW YORK.
Capital. Surplus & Undivided Profits,
$3,000,000
OFFICERS:
JOHN I. WATERBURY, President.
JOHN AN, \Yice-
AMOS TUCK FRENCH,} Presidents.
W. N. Dnane, 3d Vice-Pres. and Treas.
The Manhattan Trust Company reretv«s deposits I
bearing Interest and subject to cheque, parable
tiirougrh the New York caring House.
DERECTORS
Francis E. Appleton James J. Hili
Robert Bacon John Kean
George F. Baker Clarence H. Mackay
August Belmont Oliver H. Payne
H. W. Cannon E. D. Randolph
R. J. Cross Grant B. Schley
Rudulph Ellis James 0, Sheldon
Amos T. French John I. Waterbury
R. T. Wilson
_____—_—-—____________— _ — — — — — —
liTLE GUARANTEE
-ndTRUST COMPANY
C'il-t-H $10,000,000
Deposits - - - $31,000,000
Accounts Invited.
Interest Allowed.
TRUST AND BANKING OFFICES,
146 Broadway, Manhattan.
198 Montague St., Brooklyn.
Miscellaneous bonds 75»,550
Amount paid up on Issue of
convertible 4 per cent bonds. . 10. 10S
■ 248._2R,300
Balance earned down 7. 277.MJ1
$469.708.«91
Rolling- stock replacement fund 491.940
K_i renewal fund 171. *56
Tl* renewal fund 144.477
Br!dg» renewal fund 72.500
Fual reserve fund :
The At.. Top. A S. F» Ry Co . 531fi.fi63
Cherokee <_ Pitts. C 4 M Cc. M.007
_X«TO
Accrued taxes not yet due 771.
InrereFt on funded debt:
Accrued, not due 53.<H2.408
Oourjcns. not presented 436. 99«
4,05!>.401
Accounts parable:
Payrolls $2 560,122
Audited vouchers 2.761.491
Traffic balances 898. 980
Miscellaneous 1.567.
7.758.336
Prser aceoun'j In liquidation 50.000
Proflt and loss: Surplus 19.739.491
$33,702,595
WESTTNGHOFSE REPORT.
The pamphlet report of the W^stSnghouse Air
Brake Company for the fiscal year ended July 31
has be^n issued. The income account compares
as follows:
lf^C. IW>4 ChanffßS-
Net s»;»s 57,<>»5.715 *5,082 "^44 Inc $1.9«2.571
Otner icome 912.553 «"57.110 Ir=. 53.743
Total income *7.!»5.5f1S $5.939,954 Die $2,013, f114
Shop^osTcf r''lcts. f4.229.731 $3.0f11.552 Inc $1.1.7.87.
General esper.sos... r.5>4.726 513.911 Irx- Bft,BU
Special depn 26.022 Dec. 26,022
Total charges.. . 54.524.45T $3.6<U.79. , Inc. $1.22?. >562
Avail for _ivs. .. $3,134,111 $2.335.139 Inc. $795.9.2
Dividends 2.196.215 2,417.<<8t* Dec 21!i.654
Surplus J93S.SJW •*79.740 In-. $1.015.«3<5
Depn res 175,33 a Inc. 173,332
Surplus $T«0,564 '57.. 740 Inc. J540.304
Trevious surplus.... 3.914.130 3.903.570 D«e 73.740
Total mrploa .... $4.674.i5!M J3.M4.130 In-. $7h0.3«4
•Deflc'.t.
PIG IRON CERTIFICATES.
Quotations for regular at the 11 a. m. and 1
p. m. calls yesterday compare with the final prices
of Monday as follows:
Second call
First cai: =*"oni '■all. Monday
r_h . . .18 40g15 50 15 30 bid 1," 30*315 45
September 15.30g:15.50 15.30<g13 50 15S0«15 45
ob(>r ■ 15.30&15.50 15.3K&15.50 15.3i«g15.55
November 13.30ei5.60 15.35«13.80 15.40©1_.«
December 15 30«15.70 15-40eJB.aH 15.40eia.73
Tanua'v 15 40^15 80 irv3o^lS.B<> 15.40ei5»
1 BVb'uary .. IB 4O«15 90 15. BO uke I lfi.r-^l.', S3
M-rch ..'-■ ■ 15.50(g13y0 13.9'J aaked 16.50018-00
Quotations for foundry at the 11 a. m. and 1
p m. calls yesterday compare with the final prices
of Monday as follows;
Second -a.:
First call. Second call. Monday
September 15.26«15*0 13.30®16.00 15.55ff15 73
October ' 15.30©16.80 16.00 asked 15 30«1575
Vovember 15.40C15;86 I.VBO asked 13 40215 93
D^cpmber .... 15.5.)#15 90 IP 40®15 90 IS.3O_IS 85
January 15.50©15 90 1R.40©1«.00 13.40^16.00
Fe"-r__ry"" •" 15. 16 00 15.60f15.90 _LM016.00
M_-cn ...'.'.'. ...-15 30Q_6 00 15.40516.00 50ig.16.00
TRADE IN CHICAGO.
fßv TeleeTach to The Tribune ]
Chicago Sept. Wheat had a setback late in
to-day's session. Local traders had ioaded heavily.
i following the Armour lead, and when the break
! came many of them sacrificed their lines. The
: market apparently was in need of constant cup
! port. At the close prices —ere a shade lower all
1 around. Corn prices also reacted near the clnse.
j O|d September was unchanged finally at 62c
! while the new crop months were %@Vie higher.
' Oats closed steady to a shade higher. Provisions
were easy and dull.
Wheat had a struggle at the opening to overcome
I the beansnne-s of l.xrga receipts, but only with
I indifferent success at that time. Foreign news was
I also of rather bearish complexion, but not alto
! gether so. Selling because of. the heavy receipts
! cost the price about V,c In the first hour, but
Armour came to the rescue, and buying for that
hou«e soon re-established values aad even caused
! some advance over the previous day's closing
fliT-res Local receipts of wheat were sixty cars
and twenty-four more were transferred from priv
ate to public houses. A decidedly weak spell came
near the _ose. when it was made known that some
cargoes of Duluth wheat were bought to come
herT A worse break was prevented by Valentine',
dist-bu^lrg about a dozen buying orders, causing
a re-ctlof September elo-ed at «^_^__^J
a_ high as ffi-*c and as low as 88^_December
they had sold, -^"^-^.a oc the floor that
a liberal » caie -^''X for another well known
hi. buying was on a n ° ri^ wer , heav
«t for Sapun^r was Jj^
SE Te^ «£> a. to a__ «
ing tbmn wu «)«• *?*, J mark9t l0 _ ej .
___ by caah bJuM.. «boV-J **& ta «7njP»thy
Later, on buying by 1 ?5r er "_Valns. prices regained
with th« strength \?^i-! steady. There was no
their early lossea. b^"the export _en___ being
•tartlicg new. r «|e^_ a ;rof December wai from
at a -tan-still. P*. r . 2ft4& May dos«l at SO^c.
The highest was SD-gC. ana firm. There yntg some
Provisions rulod d^J__?l _s»unt. an_ this caused
•cattere- s«l_lnf ft* , fcjT-tnjf! trom the same source,
an easier^^W;*^ ooarse grains, caused
induced by the ■ t n V_. hhre r level. October pork
prices to react to a^Srd sold from V 70 up to
sold at SU9S. Octob- tara »^_ W6O »
_J_- rfcilpT ™ > U* r4-» -^ Prto- at the
yar<_ were _i_nta«»i
NSTT-JEBSKT. •
THE ST CHARLES,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Most select location, fronting the ocean. Distinctive
for Its elegance, -xclusivontsa. high class patronace and
liberal manaa-Tient. Sea water In all baths Golf privi
leges. Room plans, rates, etc.. can b« se*n at 286 4th
ave. Illustrated booklet. NSWIJN HAINES.
MARLBOROUGH HOUSE,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Remains open throughout the year. Its new
million dollar annex. "Blenheim," opens M-rc_
lft. when the name of both will be
••MARLEOROUOH-BLENHEIM."
JOSIAH WBZXB * SONS.
HOTEL OENNIS,
ATLANTIC CITT. It J. '
Dlrectiy facing the ocean.
■WALTER J BUZBT
GALEN HALL
HOTEL ANT) SANATORIUM.
ATLANTIC CITY. If. J.
Our elegant N>w Brick Eul'.flin? is now complete.
No mor« luxurious Mconuaodattoaa on 'he Coast.
■With half an acre of curative Baths, and a swimming
pool. Booklet.
F _ TUUJHU Qaß'l Manager
' ... !
rpa Bl bi _3 gg| _9 S_i ES|
i IDYUASE M a
I A MODERN HEALTH RESORT I
Ltt -> send you snr booklet. _
__C__S_l---t_-3B_______s
CHALFONTE
Atlantic City, N. J.
On the Beach. Fireproof.
Always Open.
THE LEEDS COMPANY.
~ HOTEL TRAYMORE,
Atlantic C-:tv. N. J. Overlooking tba oeoaa. Open all year. :
TRAYMOCR HOTEL CO..
CHAS. O. MAP.QUETTE; D. _. WHITEX
Manager. I'restdent. j
HOTEL RUDOLF the Beach front. Atlantic City. ;
N J — Always open. American and European plans.
Hot and cold sea water baths en suite with rooms. I
Orchestra.
C. R MTERS.
_ i
SEW-TOR_
Briarclif f Manor, New York*
BRIARCLIFF LODGE, I _N"O^V \
Phone 1. O-PEIST |
Briarcllff Realty information at Home Ofllee. BrlarcllS '
Manor, or at New York Store. WINDSOR ARCADK. :
Fifth Av_. and 4tHh St.. by appointment
DAVID B. PLUME 3. General Manager,
Brtarclia Manor. N. T.
THE CHESTNUTS.
RIVERDALE-ON-HUDSON.
A fpw vacanri«s tor the Fall Montlia
VERMONT.
\ YOU WANT TO GO >|
/ The Most Delightful \|
I SEPTEMBER >!
V Mountain Resort / J
{ NEW ENGLAND >
> WRITE <
\Jt Equinox!
y EDWARD C. ORVIS. Mgr. \
X Manciester-in-the-Mountains, Vermont. \ ;
\ Rutlar.d R_llroad— N^w Tork Central Lines. /^ t
f EASY OF ACCESS. \
TIBOINIA.
Virginia Hot Springs
•JOO FEET ELEVATION. OPE> AIX TH_ YEAR, j
Waters, baths, hotels and scenery nowhere equalled, i
Rheum axism. gout and nervous -lseasee cured. Com- '
uiete hyirotherapeutic apparatus, new palm room. *olf. ;
swimming pool, nne Ilverj- and outdoor pastimes. THE
NEW HOMESTEAD Is modern In the strictest sense and :
patronized by tha highest claM. Brokers' offica with _1- :
rect N. Y. wire.
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
allo— s stopover *t Covlngton. V«.. on through Uckets to j
Cincinnati Loulsv'lle, Chicago. St. Louts and the West, j
for ilde trip to Virginia Hot Springs-
Pullir.an compartment car. via Washington, leaves ,
N T 455 p m. arrives Springs 8.30 a. m. eastern time. ;
Excursion tickets at C. a- O. office. 363 Broadway, 24. i
sth Aye. aad offlces Fenna. R. R. and connecting unea !
FRED STERRY, _anas;«\ Hot Springs. V_
— "";
Surrogates' Xotice*.
TS PURSUANCE OF .AN ORDEB OF HO*
■*• Frank T Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of ■
Yew YorK nonce is hereby liven to a!i person* havin_ i
claims -sainet Pierre L. Boucher, late of the County of :
ew York deo«?as<=U. to present tM same with vouchers |
thereof to the *üb9crib«r. at his pi-ce of uransaciir.g
Li slims at the office of W. B. Coughtry. No. 25 Broa£ '
street, in the City of New York, on or before the J4th j
d *_iated* N N*» ni r rk. e *ne 2«_ lay of May. 1905.
SOPHIE HOLLAND BOUCHER. Executrti .
WM B VOUGHTRT, Attorney jar Executrix. 25 Eroad j
street. New York. i
TN" PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. |
Frank T FVzgerald. a S— rogs.te ot the County of I
N»w Yurk no'ice !s hereby Ktven to al! persons having ;
claims against Elizabeth A Batv-ock. late of the County |
of New York, deceased, to present the same with vouch- j
ers thereof to the subscriber, a: her place of transacting :
b.=ines<= th<» office of Har.d. Bonr.ey A Janes. No 51 Wall ,
Btreet In the Borough of Hanhattan. In the City of New
York. 'on or before the twenty-seventh day of January ;
D Dated New York, the ISth day of July. 1905
MARGARET A JOHNSTON. Executrix.
HAND BONNEY _.- JONES, Attorneys for Executrix. 81
Wall Street. Bon of Maaliar.tan, the City of New !
York. , ]
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. j
•^ Abner C Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New ■
York, notice Is hereby given to all pereonn havir-g claims ;
against Richard Som ers Hayes, late of the County of
Xew York deceased, to present the same, with vouchers ,
thereof to the subscriber, at his place of transacting busl- ;
ness at No 54 Wall Street, in the City of New York, on
or before the 15th day of December next.
Dated New York, the sixth 'lay of June. 1903.
LEWIS CASS LEDYAP.D. Exetrutor.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. j
•*■ Frank T- Fltuteraid. a Surrogate of the County of ■
vaw-Yorlc notice is hereby given to _1 persons harlng ,
rla'-s agalns" John McLoU-hlln. laic of the County of j
K w-Yorlc deceased, to present the sam. with vouchers <
thoreof to the subacrlbers. at their place of transacting ;
business ' at the office of Sa^kett _ I_ng. No. 99 Nassau :
Btreet Borough of Manhattan, in the City of New-Yors. ,
on or before the f-urth day of December next.
Dated New- York, the 24th day of May. 1806.
JAMBS G. _c_OUGH_t>'. CHARLES 3. McLOUGELIN. !
Executors. _
SACKETT LANO, Attorneys for Bieeutors. 9» Va— au '
Street. Borough of __ihattan. New-York City.
imstee
Guardian
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
■*- A-bcer C. Thomas, a Rurro gar« of the County of New
York, notloe is hereby given to all persons having claims
_catn»t Joseph Allstor. Gtliot. iato of the County of New
v or_ decease- to present the same, with vouchers
thereof to the su__ibar at hex place of transacting busi
ness at th« office of E^arta. Tracy A Sh«r— an. No. 60
Wall Street, In the Boroug-h of Manhattan. In the City of
N«w York, on or before til- tw__ty-_g_.ta day of March.
1909
r>a._d New Tork, the twenUoth day of Sep_»mb_r. 1903.
""~~* jo_E3»Ti:N_ BLODGETT Gl_l_rT. Executrtx.
EVART3. TRACT A SHERMAN, Attorneys for Cxiscu
trix. 80 "Wall Str««t. New Tork City.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
■*• Abner C Thomas, a B«rTOeTate of tha Couaty of New
York, notloe Is hereby given to all persons having claims
as-ln-t James C Carter, late of the County of New York.
d-CMsed to preeent the same, with voucher* _ereof. to
£ha subscriber, at bis pi— of tranaacCng business. »S
No 64 Wai! Street. In the City of New York, on or before
the 15th day of Decembsr next.
Dated New Tork. the sixth day of June lfO6.
LEWIS f"AB3 LEDTARD. Executor.
WEST POINT, NEWBURGH _
POUGHKEEPSIE.
UP THE PICTURESQUE HUDSON.
Grand Daily Outlags (except £-n__y) ,
By P_laoe Iron Day Line Steamers
"NEW TORK" aad "_l__jnf -
r— i BrooJtlyn. »*-lt_s_i St. (by AUM) 8:00 _. *t
• K«w York. _>e_-ro«»«» 8- Pier 8:40 ■
" West 4*d Bt. Pier •:» „
•• West lafith St. Pier . . •• • . ■ • - -■ • »:3W
Returaing dv» In New Torte 3JJO P M.
_O_NI.VG AFTXRNOON' CO.VCERT3
RED BAiVK I_IIME.
I_a.v«s rrankltn >t-. Pl«r S4, K. H_. daily. a. m.. Bp. m..
fu^sn , #T_v MUj'. _r Hl__ii___, tUd EUfi_ etc Troi-
— .rir-r^" »I<b< »wrtv >«3r _**r_. S_cs, 00_>
Autumn Retorts.
Excursions.
Instruction.
For Boyi aad Young Men—City.
Berkeley School
72d Street and West End Aye.
NEW YORK
TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR BEfiIHS
SEPTEMBER 27TH
Catalogues upon application
A thoroueh tralainc tnr your boy.
«0 graduates r t**'l for college since •«.
IRVING SCHOOL
"■-< West S»th St.
LOUIS DWIGHT RAY, Head Master.
PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. JUNIOR AN_>
COLLEGE PREPARATORY GRADES
PUB-PRIMARY CLASSES FOR BEGINNERS.
Wo home study dor boyi under fifteen, as al! *■■ r *
pr-pa.-od in schoc! l«th year iy?<rtn» Sept. IMt
j DR. RAY mw at aaWnnl maratatc*
I -ymnasium. Laboratory. Pla« g-^oul**!
__l__________H____b! ________H___k
|f COLUMBIA INSTITUTE 1
J22 Vest 72d Streer. ■
a Preparatory School for Boy*.
FROM PRIMARY T«> COLLEGE.
■ Optional Military Drill. riaygrouail. Stnely I
■ hour onUrr Instructors. SpecLili»t» in every £"
■ nabjert. Reopen> Ort. 4. M
I EDWIN FOWLER, A. 8., M. D- Prin.. |
\^ At School, uftf r S«Dt. i. Catalogues. B
.
PACKARD
A COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
DAT AM) BTKHUIQ
4th Ay» and Jld B1 Subway Stati-jn a' Door
ALL B-.-SINESS BRANCHES
a school known to everybody by 47 y»ars of
THOROTJGH work has no use for
♦•SOLICITOR S."
I V Individual ißxtmction. Enter a» any tlm» J
c OLUMS|
GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
Founded 1764. 34-36 £. Slst St.
Prepare* for Columbia. Harvard, Princeton. Tale,
and other colleges, S-JCTt'flc scliuols and businee—.
Primary classes. Munua. Training. Laboraton>>a. Gym
j nasium. Athletic fiounds Re-opens Wed , Sept. 20tn.
TRINITY SCHOOL.
139-147 VTest 91st St.
TOUNTDED ITOG. TRIMARY. GRAMMAR. AND
HIGH SCHOOLS UNEXCELLED EQUIPJ-ENT.
PREPARES FOR ALL COLLEGES.
OPENS SEPT. 2JTH.
CUTLER SCHOOL
>"O. 20 EAST 50TH STR£ET.
Pupils classified in each study by their advaseg
ment in that subject, not by ri.ld grades.
OI'TING CLASSES FOR YOfNGER PUPILS.
MASIAL TR.\l>l>U. ATHLETIC fIKLD. «iYM>A-
131 FOX ALL.
School house remodeled and red»corat»d.
TWENTY PUPLLS E.MEKED HARVARD, ¥___.
COLIWIBIA. AND PRINCETON I> JCNE.
Heop«ns Wedr.rsday, Sep'.»mb-r -'7
Primary section reopens Wednesday October 4
HAMILTON INSTITUTE
FOR BOYS.
45 West Eighty-first street.
Preparation for College and Business.
Athletic Field. Optteoal Military Drill.
LESSONS PREPARED IN STUDY HOTJK. UNDER
REGULAR CLA-S INSTRUCTORS.
Fourteenth Year b«gin_ Sept 28th.
BLAKE SCHOOL
REOPENS OCTOBER 2. 1008.
: Work especially adapted to rani£. tnorou_.i preparation
: ix every coilaffe.
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION
NL"MB_R LIMITED
TOUNGER BOYS CAREFULLY TAUGHT.
Address HENRY W GIESiE. Pnn .
| 57fl FIFTH AYE.. N. V
CHAPIN COLLEGIATE
SCHOOL FOX BOTS. 24 EAST 80TH ST.
8A t h VA_ •• B#gln« Thursday. Sept. 2S. 1908.
v» 111 I C__ 1 Bnglist c:_-s:,ai ■.■<>. Primary.
B LORD BUCKLEY. A. 8.. Principal
H B. CHAPIN. D. D.. Principal Emeritus.
The BARHABD SCHOOL FOR BOYS
COLLEGE PREPARATORY. T2l St. Nicholas Ave..N T.
A'ternoon High School s.*sion for next Jay's studies.
KINDEROAKTEN A BRIMAitY. >3» l.enox Aye.. N V
_OTH YIIAR BEGINS Sept. 27th. Catalog.
Collegiate School,
•11 WEST SEVENTY-SEVENTH ST.
Boys prepared for the Colleges and Scientific S-hoois.
Prim'arv Department W*U equipped Gymnasium. Ra
opens SEPTESIB_R 27. L C. Mygat:. PlllWtljal
SYMS SCHOOL,
22 WEST 4-TH STREET.
ROBERT H SYMS— WM C SIMMONS.
HEADMASTERS' HOURS. 9-12 OC.
DWIGHT SCHOOL ! Boy s dV o Jn* Men.
Individual attention. Athletics.
Prinrlpalk: ARTHUR WILLIAM?. E E CAMERER.
26th year beartns Sept 27. Catalogue. -b. t.
For Both Sexes— City.
THE SCHOOL QCESTIOX •
WE CAN HELP TOf DECIDE IT.
Catalogues and reliable Informal ior conrernlns; all
schools and colleges furnished without charge.
New York Branch American school and College Agency.
255 W. 104 th St.. New Yorlc City
THS MBRLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES.
Uadtson Square (1.123 B'way); Brooklyn, 73 Court i
_«_chers aeot >> places wtlhla hundred miles.
—HE ELLIMAN SCHOOL AND NORMAL TRAINING
CLASS b'jß KINDERGAKTXERb. Mrs. H B.
ELLIMAN. 'HT W»»t .r.7---°. r .7---°- New-York.
Laze Schools.
l__.mr V/.f-L' i: "1»T YEAK Opene Sept. I*.
|>i.W YOrk 5 1905. Duy Cl_»»e» _ton»
I I_:.»_«._;+«r I *S0 to 6 P. _ _tenlßg
University > cus4^e. s to 10 p m
I _*_.' C r hnnl > Degrees. LL B . LL. M. sa.t
LaW OCIIOOI I j D Tuition. $100
3 TOMP_IVS. Bee. Washington Sq.. N 1.
V JW TORK ( V*y School. ! SS Nassau St.
\ LAW SCHOOL i Evening School | New York City.
••nwi__t Method" of instruction. LL.B la two year*
L.LM to thre. year-. H.gh •—ndard.. Send for oata
*££[• lB UKORGK CHASE. D«_n.
Teachers' Agencies.
' A_£EHICA>- A>'D FOKXIG>' TEACHEBS' AGENCT
! Professors. Teachers. Tutors. iiovernesa««. etc..
i £ college- Schools and Families, Apply to
j Mrs. M. J TOUNG-*"ULTON. 23 Lnlon Squa— .
City Hotels.
HOTEL
SPALDING
127 to 136 West 43d Bt
Ur.Jer New M.-iigement.
FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTION
SINGLE ROOMS AND SUITES. WITH AND
WITHOUT BATKIIOOMS.
11.50 PER DAT AND UPWARD
BPBCTAI. ARRA.NG_MrNTB FOR FAMILrES
_ND FOX LONG TERMS
SUPERIOR RESTAURANT
X — C-Tta. Moderate price*. Muatc.
i hotel GRENOBLE,
56th St. & 7th Aye.
OPPOSITR CaRNEGIB HA_U
NEW TORK.
; A SELECT FAMILY AND TRANSIENT HOTEU
I European Pl»n. Kitpn ttensooabU.
PRANK N LORD. JP. Manager.
Also Proprietor DL'TCHER HOL__
Pawling. N«* York. Open until Oct. loth.
HOTEL, M.vl'.lr, ANTOINETTE.
Bro«.-war. ect_ to 87Uk Bta.
ip-_C _---c«a«at_ Urn mitt autuaa _
Instruction.
For Touns Ladles— City.
DR. HENRY^ThANCHETT
PIANIST AND TEACHER.
NEW STCDIO: RKOrOS OCT. B.
«• WMt *-tb St.. »w T-rfc.
Specialty: inalytieai Study if the
Structure and M.anine of Music
BY PRIVATE A.\T> CLASS LESSONS AlSI> A
GOBRESPQNOENBE GOUiiSE.
.No attempt t_ f«i«-h playtag by carropeodeae*.
•<-o'l f.»r < irrular.
HAMILTON INSTITUTE
FOR GIRLS.
10? VT«*t Elg^v-nrsf BUM I
Primary to College Preparatory Classes.
Oymn.«'!c« Ort of *™>T Athletic*
LESSONS PREPARED IN STUDY HOUR. UNl>a»
REGULAR CLASS INPTRfTOFS
N#w Tear he»tn» Oct. sth. Circular.
The BARNARD SCHOOL FOR GIBLS
COLLEGE PREPARATORY. 421 West Il«tti St.. Jf. T.
KIXDERGARTEV * PRIMARY. 151 Convent A ▼•.. NT.
IBTH YKAK BEGIX.s 9«T»t **th. C-talo.
HiiHnciiirariiiiG
71 TTEST S.TH ST. t33 WKST 99TH ST.
i4th year b«Kin» <">ct _d .
Year book on application. Cla»a*» .--r »m -U Boy-*
MRS LESLIE MORGAN'S
Boarding ami Day School for fiiris,
13 AND 15 'SCK3T S«TH ST. near Central ParH WeaX.
NEW YORK CITY REOPEN OCT. 4-
THE MISSES RAYSON.
School for Girls. Reopens October sth.
lie. ITS. 1»O WEST 7»TH STKKBT.
THE MISSES GRAHAM
Successors to the Miises Gre*n).
Bmr_Jns >nd Day 9rba«l for Girl*.
Established ir 181*.
Reopen. October «h
178 W 72. St.. Sherman Square- _
Le BARON DRIWM SCHOOL G
40 TTett 72d St. .B«y» In Primary Cl»f_«.>
Th-»r^ughly graded rrom kindergarten __«nigt» COIr
LEGS PREPARATION Reopens Oct. sth. X— *■
THE MERRILL-van LAER SCHOOL
Boardlnr and Day School for Gtrl«. ywmerty THJ>
I _EB_SS AND THOMPSON SCHOOU Op«B« O«t. _,
30. 6_ and 34 East BTth Street. New Tor*. JT T.
G*RP>ER SCHOOL FOR GULLS- ,_.___
Charles Huntlngton Sate. Ph. _>. . m— - Cmnm
Huntingdon Ga-dner. principals £_p*rlcr tastruetloo ana
tr_inin«. 607 3tl. Avenue, be'weer. 4»tl» aod 40O\ Stsx
f ISS GERR-SETS COHJEGIATE BCHOOU
5_ WE6T END AVENUB. NEW TORJC
SPECIAL COUK3BB OF _TU_T.
PRIMASY AND KINDEROAJtTXM . IWIi
KINDERGARTEN TRAININQ-— Th» -To«b_l TTm— f
iaar.tute. *. lrvls. Fla_a. Manhattan. Fall Mca «9M_
Sept. 13th. Inducement* tor early r__l_ti__3C_ & A.
CUTTEN. SUD_
THE MI3&ES METCALF"3 Boardlnr and Day Scnaei
for Girls. Tarryiown. N. T. College »i ifsurtisj.
Physical Cult are. Tennis, Ba»ket-t— lUopena tOOL — -.
For Boys and Young- — Country.
MACKENZIE SCHOOL
Lower School for hoy» from 10 to 1». Upper S__ol
for boys 13 and older Careful preparation School* o»
Engineering and for Co!le«« and University. The ••-
rollment ha.» inrreaiMKl flvrfold la the paat ftnr y—
Dr Albert Shaw, EJitor of the "Review of R«vl*wst"*
Chairman of the Council. Rev James C. Mackenzie, Ph.
D. Director; Wyatt W Randall. Pa. D.. Head M«fUr.
Dobbs Ferry-on-Hudson. N V
MONTCLAIR ZZSSg
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