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B -J^V£ST_|[DE DEALS
>T PARCELS SOLD.
ptfag in Riverside Drive and
'■"Brocdvaif Districts Brisk.
j- th» Rlv«rßi<!* Drl-re eistricts has been
I *******<£ local trading «tec« January. In that
i ♦ ?> ** <U **t t fc«T» b«ea f oend for large plots cost
<"* * anir»d thousand <JoUar» and fronting;
Set gl *y. ve _ This purchasing movement win re
• CTSsJornlEr the tipper part of the thor
*aß '" into a yreaier apartment house section.
•* isJS f!A-xdca work to be carried out here this
T f "^a&voh* an expenditure of many minions,
•»' a enrnish employment for hundreds of
c* !r cr fcaen. Trading in the market last week
•fr'** * -r decrease in the demand for r>rlv« par
i*** I *^ ot th« prlacipal deals there was the sal*
•*J7^_ Investing- Company to Brody. Adler *
" *f a P* ol of * I|rht lots at th * north corner
•* . tsO. Riverside Drive. Th« els* of the
i J Js K2-2s2° feet. The property was held at
-«'^ -.'",.. fcnaerly th« site if Miss Ely's
**Lo for Girts. It 1? the Intention of the buyer*
•*"°\ oa t j,,. premises a twelve story apartment
vC Bernard Smyth & Sons were the brokers In
SSS^.»L Th* same brokerage firm also sold last
**» «or the Society of the New York Hospital a
•**- Jots go the easterly side, of Riverside Drive.
£* thronjrh to Clareroont aye.. 300 feet south
•^Tgt. The size of thai parcel Is 33.4x200 feet.
'm» of *-*' prir.ripal deals affecting- parcels In
"^erslde Drive district made since- January
'-.. pcrehase by TTHllam T. Brar.s. of Montdair.
1 *j thro^S^ Slawson & Hobbe; from Jacob Axel-
I^^, al Terrace Court, at the south corner of 93d st.
I ' « nin» story "apartment house, on a plot lie x
I i "''
PW fale of a plot of about twelve lots, comprls-
I ttd* eptlr* block front between JSth and 9Sth
I s ty John v A. Grlswold, through Bernard
Si "ft Sens, to the Century Holding Company
Xi neiK"*"" l *"'- The block front has a front
gj 23.6*4 feet en the Drive, of m.U*i -. 86tb
Ts»d a*-*, feet in Wtb st. The Centnry Holding
g-pasj- recently Sled plans for the erection on
rft if 'the site "' a twelve story elevator apart-
ZgS fccrjFe. to cost J500.0C0 and to be built from
35, or TSllliani I* Rouse.
•Zt »> by E. C. "Williams and "William E.
Mt>i« for Hugo B. Mark to the "Wlnthrop Realty
jljpaay of a plot ]<HxßS.3xlooxlLL9 feet at th©
—a terser of 113 th St., on which a twelve story
—jCTent house, to cost 5600,000. Is to be con
o^sl
Tie purchase by B'.ng & Blng of the block front
_«ften H2th and 113 th Hts.. a parcel comprls
** it«at thirteen lots and having a frontage on
* Drive of 306-1 feet, of 141.7 fe*t on :ilth st.
cl atT ••* on Usth st. The property was |
fH ij- HTliJain "Waldorf Astnr for about $331>,000.
AC tie property was purchased by John Jacob
£ts, Jitter of the seller, for 1175.000. Bing &
jit'foaad a ready market for this fine parcel.
tspgsg of a plot of over six lots at the north
g-sr £ 22th ft- t0 WllHana Cumming. and to the
Crsseae lini linn Company a plot TTxlOO.ll
M *d th« sooth side of 113 th ft., on which The
fcl-r irill erect an eight story apartment house.
rijsrict ZW»! was the broker in the deal.
The purchase by Paterno Bro6. from The New
lark Hospital of a plot of about four lots at the
ja-Swwt comer cf 116 th st. and CJaremont a- c.
fur tkoot CtKVOOQ. and also the purchase by them
tan Joseph L*ro<iue of a lot 35x112 feet on the
Zfttct, »i fee: north of U6th St.. for 535.000. The
j,cjcs also own the northeast corner of H€th st.
»ri tS» Drive.
Th» jsrehase by Charles M. RoeenthaX through
Beatrd Sayth & Sons, from 'William and James
E^jjev el a plot 100x100 feet at the southwest cor
ner 1 Ctr«aont aye. and 123 d st. The plot has
i tcstag* on the Drive and is opposite- the pro
|oP»<i has* of the Theological Seminary. In Clare
a*« »«-. from OKk to XZA et.
The p«dsase by the Empire City. "Woodworking
finpaaj- from Harry Ma.tr of a plot I<»xl4sx lr
r»ralar at the northeast corner of 135 th ft., on
■irhlch tl» bcrer win build a nine story apartment
TV aie. by Hail J. How & Co. for the Ludlow
fcattr Cocpaay to the Charles Heosel Construc
tsn Compary of a plot of five and a half lots at
the Mrtiieart comer of ISSth st. The plot has
i ftsjßjg* of 100 feet In the Drive and 132 feet in
fi* «w«t.
Zbt pur-hue by the Gracehull Realty Company
tteil KJan * Jackson of a plot with a frontage of
» feet tm' the Drive and 105 feet on the 6treet,
ess: the southeast comer of 144 th st. Solomon &
BIIIsJMMIII irere the brokers. Plans were also re
«Rt!rt!e<l by the Transit Realty Company for the
•Kwb sf a six f — • apartment house, on a plot
BaßtU feet, at the southeast corner of 13Sth st.,
tv plans by Schwartz & Gross, architects. Klein
tJKksor. also fiied p]2r.s ■ few •»•*•■ ago for a
starj- apartment house, to b» built on a plot 130
.'«. t- the louthweat corner of 161 st =t. It will
mWtm and win be built from plans by Wiil
feaL Rouse
Taiag i- Broadway has also been a feature of
to ml estate market in th« last six months.
"■( «f the big transactions which have been
dM6 la that time and which affect property In
•sttsaruusAfa'a are as follows:
St ale br the Beifrank Realty Company of the
Siaonal Bullfiing. an eleven story and loft struct
* n tie northeast enrner of lith St.. to James • *.
oi Plttsbury. for about $1,000,000. A number
*l»wsi la Ptttabtirc were taken in exchange.
tl Ptiap, & Co. were the brokers In the trans
»- ■
*■» Purctiaii* by the Pittsburi? Life and Trust
Cca 9«ay of the five story building- No. 1129 Broad
*•?»*(* occupies a plot .-.- . ■_: x irregular. It
•**•■&« St. Janes Building-, also owned by the
■■■*•■
3» K~ias e <-.. - M & Fleishman of the premises
Utt aaa li£4 Broadway, adjoining the Hotel
"**• at the southw<«t corner of 2!hh st. It Is
*Bteaci4 je,. Ti oa xp^ica a sixteen story office
**■*■» will be erecMd by the buyers. Charles
: NEW YORK CITY BANK STOCKS.
{Comparative table. compiled for The Tribune by Clinton Otlbert. No. 2 Wall street.)
Surplus. Stu-plur. , Deposits/ "" ' Deposits. r-Book value. -> niidtnds Bl<l. Asked.
SUpftM. furpluf. Depmsl's. DvfXMtta. value -^ . A?k.--1.
4_,_ Capital. June -OS. June. -07. June. "OS. June. -07. IS**. 1907, S^Sj".- 500 525
Sl^K.-iOrt «4>S7 700 $4.».10O $3».5M.300 $35,748,700 '!'« - : '; \ 230
£P*a £tefc»n« fi.0110.000 4.S*».*» 4.7«5.200 37.445.ti00 32.243.000 10S 100 10 M&N _
jgL-iL - *».<»0 321.*«> =38.200 1.K»i.200 2.491.*» 2«7 I|* 6 Qu-J 1 ' 125
g^jP*-'" 2<V,,n<«> 136.000 124.300 MJ.700 »31.*>0 1<« 162 — -— 335
*••««» an* Drovers' 300««l 144.100 I6L«*K» 2.432.600 2.655.4 M 14* 154 6 J*J _
q£L „ 6.000,000 6.01H.5<V> 4.627.000 9e.645.700 72.337.2T0 20rt lOT * J*J, £$ 308
S^ 8 - 450000 1.017..V» 1.035..900 7.544.50) «-584,300 *W 331 1« Qu-J g^ _
2 **" s**5 ** _ 100,000 00.500 114.-0" «MN 1.742.100 . 190 214 — — - M *5 400
55^ ■ 3.000.^'*0 B.«74.«00 8.400.100 5i.011.7W 31.468.400 259 M 15 81-M-M n5 W
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I ' J ' w P° r »« Nat oSI ba"J£ llij iO^ IW7; »tai« b*a**> x _^
L«ae was the seller and George Backer the broker
tn the deal.
The purchase by Nathan Grabenheimer of th«
Riviera, a seven story apartment house, at : the
southeast corner of 9<»th st. It is on a plot E3x125
feet. Solomon IJnderborn was th« seller.
The sale of about six "plots surrounding the north
east corner of 103 d st. and Broadway by the City
Real Estate Company. The plot has a frontage
of 42 feet on Broadway, of 114.2 feet on 103 d st, a
northerly line of 165 feet and an easterly line of
10n.ll feet. F. V. CaJder & Co. were- the brokers.
The purchase by ex-Governor Levi P. Morton
through Frederick Zlttel of the block front on the
westerly side of Broadway, from 140 th to Hist
St.. on which are two six story elevator apart- i
ment house*. Tie purchase- price waa about $650.000 l
The Fix© of th© plot Is 200x30 feet.
The sale by C M. Sllverman & Son of the
Baquenay. a new eh story apartment hcuse at
the southeast corner of 142 d st. for about JSSO,
000 to th© Bookman estate, which also purchased
about the same time the Castleton apartment
house, adjoining, for about $700,000. The Saquenay
occupies a plot lOOtxIOO feet. John H. Berry was
; the broker in both deals.
The sale of the Audubon apartment house, at
the southeast corner of .15Sth st., on a plot 99.11 x
100 feet, for about $3*5,000 to Frank Carlson. John
M. Thompson & CV». were the brokers.
The sale by the Ostend Realty Company of the
block front on the easterly side of Broadway from
160 th to 161 st st. to the Crystal Realty Company,
which will improve the premises with five 40-foot
six story apartment houses. L. J. Phillips & Co.
were the brokers in that deal. The purchase by
the Brodle Realty Company of the block front on
the westerly side of Broadway, between 177 th and
178 th sts. Arnold Byrne & Baumann were th©
brokers and the Fort "Washington Syndicate was
the seller. The size of th© plot is 255x110 feet.
Plans for many large buildings to be erected on
Manhattan Island In th© near future have been
filed or are being- drawn. Of course the most im
portant project is th© proposed sixty-two story
home for the Equitable Life Assurance Society, for
which plans were filed last week, and which will
represent an expenditure of at least $10,000,000. It
will tower 909 feet above the curb. From the curb
to th© top of the flag staff will be 1.059 feet. Some
of the big projects under way or which will soon
be carried out are th© proposed greater Grand
Central Station, to cost $10,000,000; the proposed
Bellevue Hospital building, to cost $8,500,000; a new
bom© for Henry C. Frick In Fifth avenue, -between
70th and 71st sts., the estimated cost of which is
placed at $4,000,000; a $1,000,000 addition to the Hotel
Astor, a $2,500,100 terminal station at 32d st. and
Sixth aye. for the Hudson Companies, a $7,000,
000 office building, which will occupy the site of
the old Fifth Avenue. Hotel, at 23d st. and Fifth
aye., and a new home for the Union Dime Savings
Institution, to be built at the northwest corner
of Mk st- and Sixth aye.. at a cort of $350,000;
a twenty-two story office building at the northeast
corner of Exchange Place and Broadway at a cost
of Si.700.000; a hotel for th© Ritz-Carlton Company
at the northwest corner of 46th st. and Madison
aye., which will cost $1,500,000. and a new home
for the Second Avenue Bank, to be erected at
CSth st. and Fifth aye.. at a cost of $1,000,000.
WHOLESALE PEICES SOARED IN 1907.
Eeached Eighteen-Year Record Were Low
ered by Business Depression.
"Washington. July Wholesale, prices reached a
higher level last year than at any time for the last
eighteen years, the high points being reached In
October, with the average for the entire year 25.5
per cent above the average for th© ten years from
ISM to 1899. These Interesting facts are gleaned
from a report Just Issued by the bureau of labor of
the Department of Commerce and Labor, contain
ing much data in connection with the economic
situation for the year 1307 In this country.
In compiling its statistics, the bureau of labor
divides the 2* commodities of which a record is
kept Into nine groups, of which farm products
showed the highest increase attained by any of th©
groups in th© last eighteen years. All nine groups
farm products, food, etc., cloths and clothing, fuel
and lighting, metals and Implements, lumber and
building materials, drugs and chemicals, house fur
nishing goods and miscellaneous showed an in
crease in th© year 1907.
The effect of the money stringency in the latter
part of last year Is reflected In the decrease record
ed in all commodities during November and Decem
ber, th© average prices showing a decrease of 3.5
per cent from those of October. Of the 258 articles
on which wholesale prices were recorded, 172
showed an Increase in the average price for IPO7 as
compared with 1906; 35 showed no change, and 51
showed a decrease.
SAVINGS BANK DECLARES DIVIDEND.
The Maiden Lane Savings Bank has declared the
usual 4 per cent dividend, and will pay Interest
from July I on all deposits made before July 10.
Louis Windniull-r Is the president.
NEW PACIFIC STEAMER HERE.
The new American- Hawaiian Line steamer Isth
mian arrived here yesterday on her first voyage
from Seattie. Tacoma and San Francisco, via the
Strait at Ma«flbn. The Isthmian is a modern
freight steamer of 5.404 tons gross and 3.463 tons
She was built in San Francisco, and
brought around South America a full cargo of
■alimra anJ :>ther merchandise.
Long Island Real Estate for Sale.
TVkERSON HO:- = COTTAGES. CHALETS AND
j\. bungalows on the Great South Bay. "BRIGHT
WATERS." Bayshere, I. I T. B ACKERgON CO..
140 Nassau pt.. N. T. Send for booklet No. 1.
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recelvad at their Uptown Mine, No. 1354 Broadway.
between Mtk and 37th »'*-. until » o'clock p. m. Adver
tisements r«"cel\-«d at the following branch offices at
r.;:iur ofSce rates until i o'clock p. m.. viz.: 284 *th
ay».. s. c. ror. 3Sd It ; 153 6lh aye., cor. 12th St.; 92 East
14th st.; 257 Wczt 42d St.. bsnpsjssi 7;h and Sth a->'« ;
263 "SVeet 125tn si . 133S 34 aye., betwen 7«th and" 77th
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NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, MONDAY. JULY 6, 1908.
$2,072,000
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co-
Prior Lien 3J£% Gold Bonds
Dated July Ist, 1898 Due July Ist, \*2j
Interest payable January Ist and July Ist
In coupon form ot $500 and $1,000 each, with privilege of
registration as to principal or as to principal and interest.
Authorized and outstanding $75,000,000 Mercantile Trust Company, New York, Trustee
Listed on the New Tork and London Stock Exchange*.
Th'i bonds are secured by a first mTrtguge ( subject to a nominal Hen of about $71 per mile of tracki on the main !!ne of rr>a<l extend
ing from Baltimore to Wheeling and Pittsburgh, also by a first lien upon equipment conservatively valued at $50,000,000. For each of the years
endM June 30th, 1906, and June 30th, 1907, the total net income of the Company was equal to nearly three time* the total interest and rental
charges.
We recommend these bonds for the following reasons :
(1) After deducting the value of the equipment pledged under this mortgage, the bonds are a
mortgage at the rate of about $30,000 per mile upon a double track road whose gross earnings in
1907 amounted to $20,528 per mile.
(2) The bonds are followed by first mortgage 4s selling at 98H, which are reserved to retire
these bonds at maturity and of which additional bonds will be sold to improve the property covered
by the Prior Lien 3Hs.
(3) In spite of the pronounced decline in railroad earnings, the net income for the first eleven
months of the current fiscal year was sufficient to pay all prior charges and 5% on the common stock
for the full year without taking into account the earnings for the month of June.
(4) With the above offering the mortgage is closed, apd in consequence this Is probably the
last opportunity to obtain a round amount of these bonds at a satisfactory price. The general ina
bility of the railroads to create in the fnture new bonds which will compare in point of security
with first mortgages of this class renders this an opportunity which should be embraced.
We have prepared a very complete circular descriptive of these bonds, which will be sent upon application, giving d«t.a!'n rela
tive to the history of the road and a careful digest of the mortgage, together with a mortgage map prepared by Messrs, White &
Kemble.
Price 92 and accrued interest, paying about, 4.16%
Guaranty Trust Company
OF NLW YORK
established "" 2 8 Nassau Street, New York
Capital 52,000,000
Surplus 6.000.000 33 Lombard Street, £„ C, London
Real Estate.
RULAND & WHITING CO.
REAL ESTATE
5 BEEKMAH ST, NEW YORK
I — " '
RIVER VIEW MANOR
is Ne-w York's most beautiful suburb. i
To Let for Business Purposes.
Very Desirable Stora and
Basemen!
1364 Broadway
TO LET
WITH RESERVATION OF O.VB TTT>T>OW<
Apply to Renting Agent,
ilO Tribun» Building,
154 Nassau St.
Real Estate Loans.
THIRST AND^ECOND MORTGAGB^IONBYTOI^ANi
'T aoplications from principals only. GEORGB M.
fflHC^rf IMBroriW. TeL MSa-SCortlandt.
Citations.
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T S. l-ace ef i^jfl free and Independent, to Marpr- ; t
immmmm
Sar^i li^er.^3b^f^ SKI
R ISSi Ap^> BBy*i. as Executrix of the Lut
T™"t ro a« G^eVal Ouardian and Ancillary Guartlan.
£?<£s£ i°" n the fS enoo^o? that^.ay. Vhon and there
under tne age _ "I « \l,, T,aOe one or tf vnu hav 9 none.
gnw^?^*? Surr^aV? JS aot for
y *V\£%,S£? e ?£&>t. we har- cau^M the Seal of th*
«. Tork to be hereunto affixed. witness. Hon
6 - 3 SS °at Sra-£& o, UIT N^ V/vc. S2
day ! of m" > -in th« "year of our Lord one thou
sand nine hundred and e! ht pANTETj j n<-»Trr>NET.
Cl*rk of th« Surrogates' Court.
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Madison Square (1122 Broadway).
Harlem Branch, 843 Lenox Aye.. near 127 th St.
Brooklyn •• 73 Court St.
SUMMER SCHOOL AT ASBURT PARK. 9. J.
Teachers sent to all plaoes within hundred miles.
> i
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ffIHrLtnUVU Wakes up Boys to duties of life.
Prepares 40 Boys for college or business. 47th year. Fine
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'A ;:..';,',,!:.,, ITptown one*, No. 13«4 Bro.dTvaj.
between Mtl< and 37th st*.. until !» o'clock p. »•**»•'
ti.Jmrnti received at the Mll.mlnt branch office* nt
XX " VeJ^latrt until S o'clock p. m. via W Bth
Lv ■» . "w 23,1 »t.; 153 .). v.- . cor. l^lh .t.: »J East
14ln ■( '•' ""l7 v Weal 41M st. . between 7th an.l Bth »*_«•■;
JJi"vJ.,; i :>lh at I»3S i.l «v... between 7«lh an* 77th
S 1023 3d ay... near 61st st.; 1708 let aye.. pear 89th
•L : m East !25U» St.; 7t« Tremont «ZQ 84 a**, or
Jnj Aa>trl«aa DUtrtct T*ie«i»*a Offlo*, , ' ■ ■ „
Summer Resorts.
NEW TORK.
SARANAC R LAKE SAR AA G
A Select Summer Home INN
"ZSSJSSr AMD COHAGES
Y^cT^r ADIBONDACICS
The Hotel Frontenac
1,000 ISLANDS, ST. LAWRENCE RIVER
NOW OPEN
A magnlflr-ent Hotel, delightfully situate* on an Island
In the St. Lawrence Rlverr The favorite water for motor
boats and boat racing. Flsnlng. rowing aad all aquatic
sports. An extremely picturesque nice-hole gr>lf course
free to guests of the hotel; also tennis and other sports.
For booklet and full Information address
C. G. TRITSSELL. Manager. J*rontenac N. T.
CAlso Mgr. Bon Air. Augusta. Ga.)
Saratoga
Cranb TUntcn
?or PsrOrolsn. address
WOOLLBY A GGRIUXS, PropclrKza.
Saratoga 3prtaga. K. Y.
ALSO Of THE
HOTEL MARZE AXTODfETTE,
Broadway. 66ta to «7a SU New Tort Cltj.
i •--- THE IROatM)IS, .=-■■..•
The Glen Springs
WATKINS OLEN-ON-SENECA. N. Y.
In the heart of The Lake Country.
W AMERICAN NAUHEIM
Curative Medicinal Mineral Springs for Gout,
Rheumatism. Anaemia, and diseases
of the Heart and Kidneys
The most completely Equipped and Modern
Bathing Establishment in America
Golf. Tennis. Boatlnr. Riding. Drtrtng. A'ltnmobllia*.
Ft Illustrated Booklet, address
WM. E. LEFFINGWELL. Pre*.. WATKIN3. N. Y.
] GRAND HOTEL [
- 1 A [SKILLS MOCNTAINS. >'- Y. f,
- NOW OPEN. I,
4l Through ccach and drawing room car •»rrt€»
< from New York direct to hotel grounds. Altitude)
i\ over 2. -mo feet. . '
4 Passenger elevator to all floor*. Rooms singly r
4 or en suite, with private hath. '
jl For terms and full information •4fTr*s« ►
! THE GRAND HOTEL. CO.. ►
i Hlghmount P. '">-. N. Y. . f
THE REXMERE
Stamford-ln-the-Catskills. Voder » new management.
Rooms single or en suite, with or without bath. Pri
vate Golf Course. Music, etc For booklet, photos, etc..
address MOFFATT * PECK. Prop*.. Stamford. Ney
York.
THE INN AT HlCili POINT.
A high altitude mountain resort. Grand Scenery.
Elevation. 2.000 ft. Beautiful Lake. Modern hotel.
Superior service. Orchestra, Tennis. Billiards. Croquet.
Boating. " VCry - F 'fWpLE. Port .T.r,-«s. V. -
11 111 PTT At the most picturesque part of Lake <3*or|*:
HULcTT capacity 200; $10 to $U weekly. Boating.
UflllCC Bathing. Fishing Golf. Tennis, etc. Cottage.
HUUdC to r ent. H. XT. BCCKEIX. Prop..
Hu!«-tt ■» Landlsc. >". T.
PROSPECT HOUSE.
Shelter Island Heights. I . I.
Now open. Ya.-htfng. Bathing. Golf. Drivtes;. T«nnl%
«to. Special rates for July. Bookie*.
c cp ~IM~ 1M *" r. T . MARTIN. Manager.
SUNSET CAMP.
Pom« nice cottage*. also some fin* tent* not yet
taken. Write for Booklet and refarencea to R. BEN
NETT. Raquette, Lake. N. Y.
PENNSYLVANIA.
WATER GAP HOUSE
DELAWARE WATER OAP. PA.
A mountain Paradise. Open to December. Finest
•quipped, beat appointed, turgeiit and most luxurious
hotel In this region: I*lo suites with private tiled bath*.
Running watiir In all rooms. $100.ono improvem«ata.
1907. No MiM of railroads or dust of htnhway«.
Masnlflc»nt parks, lawns and porch**. Htshest alti
tude; no humidity; coolest location. Cuisine nt highest
fttandard. Own farms an! registered cows. Entire
whit* service. Orchestra of *r>Iol»tB. Riding academy.
gnif, boattnjr. bathinc. flshlns. etc.. etc. N*»w garaKe
and livery- Booklet of camera vtewr* and otttclal auto
maps mailed. Special July and season rats*. Coaches
meet trains. JOHN PlmPI COPE.
THE KITTATINNY,
rEUWARB WATER GAP, PA.
LARGEST. MOST MODERN. AND TUB IXADtNTJ
HOTEL* COOLJSST LOCATION. Derive* the full »•••■«
of tho breezes caused by th« -Oan-a" formation. Ta&ie
•urplled from Hotel' ■ Farm. Oreh*stra. soeUI diversion*.
Writ* for booklet showing Hotel. Klttatlnny Park »f»n»»
official auto maps. Livery. k«u,'«. saddle hor»es. K-tt^
tinny coach mwU all train*. American J *s;_»
A la Carte. O. FRANK COPS.
VDVERTI^EMENTS and subscriptions for Th*> Tribune
receive* at th.lr 1-ptr.wiT No. 18*4 Broadway.
Mvmh Mill an.l "th «ts.. until » .v.l,x-k p. m. Attvar
tlse-nents received at the following branch ofSces at
regular office rates until <» o'eUwk p. m. vt*. : 2*4 «th
aye.. a. *• cor. =3d st.; 1M «th *v... cor. ljth at : OS East
Hih «t.: 237 West 42d St.. between 7th and »tr\ tvn .
tea Went 139 m »t.; 1333 M aye, t**w»«n ***> «n«f ]£»»
•M.* ;,.'; 3d aye.. near 'lltl •«- . ITOB l»t *ye.. near B&th
■ t .irr Ea«t l2Bth st; !•• Tremont »v«.. $30 3d *v«., or
wif Ajn«r. Dl»trto» TtMfna&h OflM. . . -
Excursions.
BY UNO OR SEA
Anywhere and everywhere your fancy
leads — we're ready.
Pleaaaat toortot parties •- ALL *rM"WK~R RE«ORT«.
one and two week trips, rrerythlnit lncl'xi»<l. Wi-J*
and v?.
TO CIXADA BT SEA.
S. B. "TBIKTDAD" sails Jnly 14, Aug. 1. 13. from
New Tor* to Quebec. $-15 up.
TOURS TO BF.RHrO.4.
L«are 9mm York July 14. ML Aug. 11. 23. Sept S. ML
(49 .54 and tip Hotel an<t all expanses tnetuded.
TOrRM AROUND THE WORLD.
BTta Annual Series. leaT# Aug. 35. Sept 15. Oct. %
27, Not. 7. 23. Dec 15 Six months' travel da tax*.
Indepemlrnt Travel Ticket* Everywhere.
THOS. COOK & SON,
243. 1200 BROADWAY. 649 MADISON AVI.
Mi FIFTH AYE.. NEW TORK.
CHARMING EXCURSIONS
Up the Picturesque Hudson to
West Point, Newburgh and Poughkeepsia
Pally (except StmAay> by Pa2a<~» Iron Day Lta»
Hteamers "Hendrlclt Hudson." "New York." aai
"Alnanv." Brooklyn. Fulton St. fby Annex). 9: D«»
brooses St.. 8:40 an 5 9:40: VT. 42<1 St.. 9:0O and t'>:00;
TV. 129 th St.. J»:2<» anrl 10:20 A. M. RatnrataK on •tthar
down boat dua 42d St. 5:31> or «:4O P. it.
MORNING AND AFTERNOON CONCERTS.
DELIGHTFUL AFTERNOON EXCURSION TO
WEST POINT
STEAMER MART TOW*!!*.
L*at-r?ijr D««ibrn««ea St. 1:45; W. 4*<J St.. 3:00: W«
129 th St. 2:20 P. IT. ArrtTlne West Point 8 P. St.
where clow* connection for Naw York to mad* -vtth
Day Line Me*m«r "ALBAXY.** Exccrstfln far* St.CO.
Also eho!e« when buying ticket nt r-tura by any TT«s«
chore or N. T. Cent, train or Cant. Hodaon. str.. *' IX
(lvina- ample tlina to »*+ Cadets la Camp. Pu'^llaJ
Buildings, eta. r>reh«wtr* on boant. *
This Excursion Mad« Daily, except Sunda »
SPECIAL $EJ, CUFF 3TEAMBOA^
The Fast Twin-Screw Staamer
SAGAMORE
ON JTTLT SD. 4TH. STH ASl> «TH.
as followm:
L«*T» ft. B. Slst 3t L*a.v« <*!* flap
Friday July &rd 1:80 ft. m. TOO 9. m.
Saturday July 4th 9:*3 a. m. T;0« p. m.
Sunday July 3th 0:43 Vm. T:00 p. m.
Sunday July "th *:80 p. m.
Monday July 6th 8:00 a. to.
This servtca subject to change without autfcia,
FARE 30c ONE WAT. 50c. ROrvD TRIP.
RED BANK LINE.
Leaves Franklin St., Pier 24. S. B-. dally, 9:53 A. st,
3-30 P. IT. (Son.. 9:35 and 9:13 A. M.): Battery, 3:3 d
A. it.. 2:53 P. M. (Sun.. 8:35 an.l » 33 A. M.), for
Highlands, Red Bank, eta. Eic. 30<J. TroCey to Lon«
Branch. Ashury Park.
Surrogated Notices.
F; pCRSTJANCB or AN ojid»tr cr HON. CHARLE3
H. Beckett, a Surrogate of th« Coxmty of New York,
notice la hereby given to til persons having claim* again»e
Leoocld Miller, .i»ceaae<l, late of the County of New
York, to preset* the same, with vouchers thereof to th*
subscribers at. ear place of transacting business. No. 42
Broadway, tn the City of r«w Tort, on or befor» tb»
sSth ilar at Ang"st next. ■ ■•"■-'
D.t*N>wT*k. the l"th day of February. 1908.
HENRY 9TEINHARDT. NELSON, A. MILLER. IRA 3.
MILLER- Executors.
IRA B. KILLER. Attorney fox Executors. 43 Bread-way.
New York City.
IV FURSTTANCB OF AN ORDER OT HON. ABNIB G.
Thomas, a Surrogate of the Cmmty of New YorVc
notice Is hereby srlven t«> »11 persona hartns claims)
acalnst Cornelia. Jay. late of the County of New York,
deceased, to present th-% same, with vouchers thereof.
to the subscribers, at their place of transacting bust
ness. at the office of Ed-ward H. Millar. No. 32 Liberty
Street, In the Borough of Manhattan. City of New
York, on or before the 31st day of J ilv next.
Dated New York, the 23d day of January. 180*.
HSNRY LEWIS MORRLi.
JOHN a JAT.
■bbbbbssbbbl
EDWARD H. MILLER. Attorney for Executors. S3
Liberty Street. Borough, of Sfaahattaa. Cltjr oX
New York. ."/ t".. *r. i
MURPHY. JOHN J-— IN PT-RSUANCE OF A_M ORDET*
of Hen. Abner C Tlxjmas. a Sarrogare of th« County
>f New Tork bearing data Baa l.'Wn day ot January. 19B8V
notice Is hereby ri-ven to all person* havln* claims *g»tnaC
John J Murphy, lat» of the County of New Torn, de
ceased to present the same with voucher* thereof to th«
subscribers at their pla~, of transacting business, at th.
offlce of Reeves. ToAI A Swain, at No. M Liberty Street.
In the Borons*. of Manhattan, of the City of New Torts,
on or before the first day of Augtst mat. ■
Dated New York the 23d <la» of January. 19Q8L
CARPIE \ IT-HPHT and HaRRT M'RPHT. S»n>
tors of the Last Will and Testament at Joha X. Mar.
Dhy Pecea?e<!.
REBVE 5 ' TODD A 3WAIV. Attorneys for £zecator% Nat
85 Überty Street. Borou«a of Maahattaa. Ham Torlc
City. :'■• - - -■
T AIMBEEn. CLARA a— IN PX7RSTTAJICB OF A. *
JLj order of Hon. Abner C ThomM. a Surrogata of Ifea
«<unty of New I'orli. notice Is hereby gtvra to all emit
having claims a*alnst Cia.s. ». LatmbeeP. lata of tit*
County of New Tor*, deceased, to present th» mm*, wttik
vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their pluc. oT
transactinj business, at tha office of Hi... I>>-ltwoo«i. Red
-- "• I Lydon. No. 35 Nassau Street, in the City at N«»»
Ycrk on or before the l«t day of A^s»t nort.
Dated S«w Tort. the 2Hth day of January. 190%
uuiea «• * «. SHEPHERr> j^ ,j, FORE3T.
BEE-N'ARD M. BARUCH.
. Executor*.
HTLI* LCCKWOOD. REOFXELD & &TDO9T. Attorneys)
Kf'af'Na^ Street. Bor-u«!i of ManiiattM. Ke»
York City. ' w -=' "
Foreclosure Sale.
SUPREME COURT. NEW TORK COUNT X.—
O Guardian Trust Company of New Y"»rk. plaißttfT.
against Mogollon Mountain* Investment Company, da
'in^ursuance of a Judgment of for^-loimr* and saie*
duly mad« and entered In th« i.w« entitled action os
the Ist day of July. 19««. I th» undersigned; th*>
r# f»re<» in said Judgment named, will sell at pnhtlo
auction at the Erchange «ales Room. >'»«. 14-t* Voeey
Street In the Borough of Manhattan, on fb« 10th day
of July 190*. at 12 o'clock noon on that day. by
Joseph P. Day. Auctioneer, the property and securities
directed by «ai<i Judgment to he. sold, to wit: 142..V9
shares of the Little Fannie Mining Company. l«.3OO
share* of th« Mineral Creek Slilllna Company.
2 923 000 shares of the common stack of th* BtT*«r
Creek Mining Company. 214.*4« shares of the pr*^ir«ol
stock of th* Silver Cr*** Mlntcg Compa-y. M.00«
shares of the common stock of the Mogoliqa Mountains
Investment Company.
Dated. New Tork. July S. 190&
ROT M. ROBINSON. R«f»r*».
GRATTAN COLVTN. Attorney for Plaintiff. No. 65
Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. New- Tcr"<
City. N. T.
Proposals.
T>ROPO3AI>S.— OF C. 3. YESSTSL3 ST. MAKT*3
X . and Shearwater. Sealed proposals win b» received at
th« Navy Department until noon on th» St day of A*■
■ is; l.>« at which, time and place they will »>• opened.
for th» purchase of the. C S. 3. v«»li St. Miry"» an*
sh«arwat"r. appraised values 94.000 and tl.2oJ>. respeo
t!-.«ly Th«y will be sold for cash to th* person or «<■>
•ons m •■ th* corporation or corporation* oCexin? th*
highest prlco therefor. A separate propoeal for each ves
sel bid upon must b* submitted m a sealed env«lot-* ad
dres.«ed to th« gecrataxy of tha Nary. Waatun«ton. D. C-.
endorsed "Proposals for th« purchase of the U. 3. 3.
■■ (namtniT th* TM*al for »ht-h oCer Is
made>, and each proposal must •• accompanied by •>
sattsfactory c«rtl3ed check far not less than la per cent
of the amount of t&« offer. On application to th«» Navy
Department, forms of bids and bonds, toicethor wtth th-»
terms and conditions of sale, also a prince.! list (trine
general Information concerning these v«»»e:». will •• fur
nished. The vessels can N» examined at any tJnv» alter
this dat» by applytn* to th« Omm*a<lants of th» navy
rari« New Tcrlc. N. T.. and PhiladelsMa, Pa., respec
tively* when* th«v now ■• T&ey must b« removed from
the limits of said yards within Ml reasonable ttm*» *•
may se ttsed by th-» Department. Th* Department imrnn
til* right to withdraw either or both .4 th- a0ov«-named
r^ilifrom .ale and to reject any or ail bi.ls. TRX.MAN
H XBWBERRT. A tin* Secretary of lh« Navy. Jun« 30.
IMA
LOWERING WATER PIPE.-FORT WOOD. ■ T. It.
lj July li*"»._^eaied proposals, ta trtpllcaw. for
lowerin/ water pip* at thi» pott, win N» receded her*
until I&4A Am! 7 lama** 3. l* - 1 " 1 then opened. In
formation furnished on application. Th* XL «.!■ ■"■■'!■
th- rt«ht in reject any or all Md«. Eavaiopa* »ho.:M b»
m^'-ked "Proposals for l.>w«rtn* Water Pipx." aiM b*
tothTunderslpied. O. C. BVKSKLU Coa.t*.
Qr. Mr |
7»ROPO3ALS FOR COTTON DtTCK— t>^>ot . :«rt*»-
JL master Office. 3» Whitehall Street. Ne^r Tort OCT.
Jurw> 2!> I** ■ S«al«d proposal*, 1n triplicate, subject to
the usual conditions, wGI **• received her* ur.m I o-cSoc?:
v v July 14. in**, and then ep«ne«l, for fumi»hin« and
.Iv.nnitl either th-» CM— i. Ptilad«lohla. New Torn
Sr BoSon D-IMrt- 33«.<x» yard, enttoo **■». 13-oa..
■haki MOW yard* cotton due*. t*Vo«.. kaaki. TTsff.?
ence will b* «lv«n to article of d«n«»Uc manufacture,
condition* of quality and pri. •« .lnclttdl«« m th* pry« of
fnreizn productions or manufj«tur»a tb* duty U»«r«cn).
iitesi ««ual Standard samples an be ae*a and specW
cati*n« blanks for ? rop,^ls and fuU information »th >•
farnlshid upon aprlifaUoa at this ofijci*. En»«loy*. con-
PucH to b« op«n*(i July 14. IMB. Cot M. S. FAT
TEN." t>ecot Quartermaster.
A. rewmea at their Uptown Oflke*. No. U«* Br**4way.
vk": sssbkSVS ssSwslsl
,'Tl* II . sm VYeat *il »t-. between 7th »net 3th avem.;
i£?W*Vt 125 th st- IKS Si »»•- between I*lH and TTth
S P. l.vw sTaY nea7«l»t st.; ITCH Us *»•.. ne*r SSKA
£ -'IK ci2t ian. ~«•~ «• *—»«*£•. «<> U -^
£)*,.*■.*»» £«•«« *«•«*•* oa^ - .
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