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THE SUN. MONDAY, . MARCH 27, 1911.
LawyersTitle Insurance & Trust Company
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $9,500,000
$5,000,000 added to surplus in last 18 yean
101) Broadway, New York 188 Montague St., Brooklyn
KKCKIVKS DEPOSITS subject to check or on certificate,
allowing Intercut thereon. Depository for moneys paid
into Court and for money of bankrupt estates.
I.KNPS ON APPttOVED STOCKS and Corporation Bonds
ACTS AS TRUSTEE, Guardian, Executor, Administrator,
Assignee, or Receiver, Transfer Agent or Registrar of
Slocks of Corporations. Takes Charge of Personal
EDWIN W. COGCESHALL. President.
U-: T BRIGHT. I ARCHIBALD FORBES, Trttiar,,.
THORWALD STALLKNECIIT, J tiee-President,. WALTER N. TAIL, Seeretarr.
i F.WTS H LOSEE. V. COND1T TARICK, i . .
llEltDEKr E. JACKSON, General Manager. ROBERT I. SMYTH. I TreAtnrtn.
. rHnnwucK d. reed, i . . .
PAV1D B. OSDEN. Conniel. GEORGE F.PARMELXE, lit.SeMtArlej
EDWIN W. COuUIKSilAM, Cktlnsia.
fSEOnOB r BTlTTT.RWOr.TH IIP.NRT GOLDMAN HBNRT IIOlntVTnin
..... . i . vr p nixos tn4ii.ii i.riiuav r"K.,'iAD
JttlAN D. FAIRCU1LD JOHN T.
Union Trust Company of NewYork
MAIN OFFICE : 80 BROADWAY.
Uptown Oiliest 48Flftk Avenue, cornsrJSthStrtst,,
With Modern Ssfo Deposit Vault
ALLOWS INTEREST ON DEPOSITS..
Acta a Executor, aasrdlan.Truitee, Administrator and In all Fiduciary Capacities
an banal! ot Individual,, Institutions or Corporations.
CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY
OF .NEW YORK
54 Wall Street
Capital and Surplus, $18,000,000
(of which $1 7,000,000 has been earned)
Authorized to act at Executor. Trustee, Administrator or tjuardian.
Receives Deposits, subject to check, and allows Interest on Daily Balances.
Acts as Transfer Agent, Registrar and Trustee under Mortgages-
iiivinr.xno ami iintem-st. 1
trijrir? Hnt0t (ttnnRWQ
Main Ofllre, 43 Brnadnar. 1
NEW YORK. March 21, 1911.
The Hoard nf Directors of EMPIRE TIU'ST
I iMI'.INVhaMhl'dayciriMaredaquarterlyrilU- I
lirjd nf TWO A.NU M.VIMIAI.I PER CENT.
j upon the Capital stock of the Company,
tumble March 31. 1811, to stockholder nf record '
ai the rlox of buMnos on March S3, lull.
t hecks u 111 be mailed to each Ktochholder at ths
uclrc5 last, appcnrlnc on our boot,s.
II. M. tiOL'lill. Secretary.
Hanover Fire Insurance Co.
NEW VUUK. March IS. 1011.
U a mcetlne n' the Roard of Director, held ,
dm dav. a ntiartcrh,- Dividend of Tour (41 I er I
t ent na declared, naiable at the Ofnce of the
l ompany. HA.NOVER lll'ILIIINti, Not. M and
l ine utreet. on the flrat ilay of April, lull, to
Mncl.r.oldcrs of record Match 24th. IB1I.
'transfer booka will be closed from March 21th.
Nil, to April 1st. 1011. both date, tnclmhr.
JOSEPH Mct'OliD. riecretair. '
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANIi
tn.h r-rHy. Vord ot-Xhrectai. k.i.
MiinM 1 declared .quarterly dividend
GOMmUn 0ne and three-iirter
DIVIDEND (ij,) per cent un the Common
I apit.l 5tocV of the Company, payable April 15. 191 1.
! holder, of record at the clove of btmne...
Jllfb aJ, 1011. Tranjfer book. Mill not be ilo.ed.
F. E.' IlURUKi:, Trea.ui.r.
AMERICAN C4IA1. PKODlf'TS CO.
New York. March is, ltl.
quarterly dividend of one and five-eighths
per rent. (1H41 on the Capital Stock of the Amerl
ran coal Products Company has been declared
r.).ble on or before April 1st. 1011, to stock
holders of record, March rsth. Ml.
ERNEST J. STEER. Treasurer.
SEABOARD NATIONAL HANK,
NEW YOHK. N. Y.
U a regular meeting nf the Hoard ot Directors,
luarteriy dl1dend of three (3) per cent. 011 the
r.pltal atocS: of thl. bank was declared, payable
free of tax on April 1. 1911, to stockholder, of
record on March :s. 1911.
C. c. THOMPSON. Cashier.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAD CO.
Grand Central Terminal.
New VorU. March 24th, 1,11.
The transfer book, of this Company will be
rlo.ed at threeo'clock P. M. on Tuesday, April 4th,
1 V 1 1 . preparatory to the annual meeting or atoclt
riMders, to be held May 4th. and will be reopened
rrM.y, May 5th, tail.
CHARLES P. COX, Treaaurer.
LAKE SHORE MICHIGAN SOUTHERN
tirand Central Terminal.
New Yorii. March 24th. 1911.
Tte transfer bonks nf this Company will be
rioted at three o'clock P. M, on Tuesday. April
4tb, 1911, preparatory In the annual meeting ot
inciinoinerv to nc neiu .May arn, an win oe re
opened Thursday. May 4th. 1911.
CHARLES f. CO., Treasurer.
New York. Chicago A" St. LnnL R. R. Co,
Grand Central Terminal.
New York. March 24th. 1011.
The transfer books of this Company will be
fined at three o'clock P. M. on Tuesday. April
4th. 1911, preparatory to the annual meeting of
iinrhnniqers, 10 ne neia May aru, anu will DC rc
opened Thursday . May 4th. 1911.
CHARLES F, COX, Treasurer.
Distillers' Securities Corporation,
DIVIDEND NO. 34.
Tfc regular quarterly dividend of One-Halt of
0r. Per Cent. has this day been declared.
taMble Anrll 29. 1911. to alorkholders ot record
t 1: o'clock noon April , 1911. The transfer
Cjo.s. nlll not be closed,
T. H. WK.NTWORTH, Treasurer.
Da'rd Manh 22, 1911.
Distillers' Scrurllle. Corporation.
April 1, inn, cntipons from bonds of this Cor
f''lon h be paid on and after April 1, 1911, on
prnsenutlon m the Mercantile Trust Company,
u Eu llruiduas , New York
T II WE.NTWOI1TII. Treasurer.
m:m lintK and iiaki.km raii.roaii t o.
New ork. March 1.1th, mil.
4 Idend of One and One-half per cent. (l'Vil
' 'he preferred and common Htock of this Com.
P has been declared payable on April 1st, 1011,
'he oflue of the Treasurer, to stockholders ot
"" 'd at the close nf business on Wednesday,
' . u Inst
MILTON S. RAHGER. Treasurer.
I s ROM: I ONS4tl.inATEIMI.VKS'(.
llrfi.'i-tu av . ,u nrU. Murrh loll.
f Mimnl of Directors has to day declared a
". ' H nrterl dividend nf TWO PER CENT..
sine pui iu, niii, in snarenniders nr record
March 31, ion Transfer books lll close
b 1911, and reopen April la. 1911,
P 0. PrEIEfEU, Treasurer.
' I'HMi of Hi", on the preferred stock
h ' (I, Mer System has been declared for
'er endlnir March ."!. 1911. payable by
"0 me ruth dav of April, 1911, to all holders
'e 1 nocu nf record at the close of busl
"i Mnuh IP!), The transfer bool.s will
W If HA YE. Treasurer.
'HI. ALLIANCE REALTY COMPANY.
March 23. IBM.
"" Hoard of Directors of this Company ha.
' tierlared a regular quarterly dhldrnd of
, 1" ieit , paiable April 13. to Stockholder.
" " "'la' lh i lose of business on April 3, 1911
.IOHN I'WILSKN. Secretary.
TUITIONS AND MEF.TINr.H.
s,l I HERN I'AC'IFIlT I4IMPA.M
OIIIT, (IF MEETTNli.
T , IUI llrnadway. New York City.
. Vnn ifll Micllng of the Stockholders ot the
'. ' 'e n r.irlli Company villi be heldal theotTIre
'""Ps'iy In Reerhmont, .leflersnii County,
h o:i Wednesday. April fifth, 1911, at
i """ noon, standard time, for the elec
. " ' 'Tinr and Ihc tiansaiilon of all such
. , I'lcss ns may legally come before thu
' "s IhflinUng the approval and rnllilcatlon
' :i "f the Hoardnf Director, ami of the
' i i ..m inllti-c since the last auiiual inert
's i. -Hi H'oUers of the t'onipan .
ii- imrivi.es nf the meeting, the bonks for
a fi nf stnek ll lis closed at noun on
!e n , yr,' " ,l.n"' ''! l lie loiipMi'd al
1 ri i M prllfl. Itill
' 1 r of I h llnard of Directors.
n...rt i- s. ALE.. MILLAR. Secretary.
CA'.ed lebruary 1, 1911,
LOCKUAN ViSSrT k" WIOOIN
Snrplis (earaei) $7,800,000
Wall Street Coraer Nassav
Authorized to act aa Executor
under Wills, Administrator. Guar
Trustee (or Individuals, Corpora
tions and Municipalities. Fiscal
Transfer Asent and Registrar of
Slocks and Bonds.
Receiver, Assignee or Committee.
THE STANDARD TRUST COMPANY.
21 nroad St. New York, X. Y.
Pay. latere. t on Daily Balance..
I.,aes Interest Bearing Certificate, of
Trustee. .Ejecutor. Administrator.
Guardian. Receiver, and Agent.
Mortgage & Trust Co.
CAPITAL and SVRPLVH ne.000,000
Personal and Butinut ieciunlt ImHid
TO THE HOLDERS OF FIRST MORTGAfiE
i-i sinkim; fi;m cold bonds or
THE PATCHOfil'E MANL'FACTl'RINtS
The undersigned trustee, under the mortgage
above referred to. desires under authority of said
mortgage, to emend the sum of Eighteen Thou
sand Thlrty-rUe and 3-im 1118.0.V1.O.I1 Dollars
In the purchase ol bond, m said issue, pro ided
said purchase ran, In Its opinion, be now made
Sealed offers of said bonds may be sent to
the Knickerbocker Trust Company. AO Drosoway,
New York, on or before Friday. April 7th. 1911.
KNICKERBOCKER TRUST COMPANY.
By CHARLES II. KEEP. Pretldent.
Dated March 20. 111.
PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE A WASH-
IMilON ICAII.KflAII COM FAN 1 .
Notice to holders of Ralllmoro and Potomac
Railroad Co. ITr.t Mortgage 8 Coupon Sinking
I una uonus maturing .spni i, iwu;
The principal of these bonds will be paid on and
after April 1. 1911. at the ottice of the undersigned.
Hroad Street Station, Philadelphia,- or S3 Cedar
Street. New Y'ork.
The couiion due that date should be detached
and preientnl to the National Mechanics Hank,
Baltimore, Man land.
JAMES K. FAHXt' STOCK. Treasurer.
Philadelphia. March 30. 1911.
PURSUANT to statutory requirement, notice
Is hereby given that an act Assembly bill, Printed
No. "28, fnt. No. 0. has been pas.ed by both
UlAlllliri Ui IUC iipi.iuir, t-iiitiitu
TO AMEND CHAPTER FIVE HUNDRED. AND
EIGHTY Or THE LAWS Ol NINETEEN HUN
nilEI) AND TWO, ENTITLED "AN ACT IN RE
LATION TO THE MUNICIPAL COI'RT OF THE
CITY OF NEW YORK. ITS OFFICERS AND
MARSHALS." IN RELATION TO PLEADINGS.
-Further notice Is hereby ghen that a Public
Hearing upon such bill will be held at the Maor'
tlttlcc In the City Hall In The City of New iork.
on Wednesday, March 20, 1911, at 11:30 o'clock
Dated, City Hall, New York. March 21. 1911.
William -i. riAVNtiit. Maor.
PUHSI'ANT lo statutory, requirement, notice
Is heiehy given that an act Senate bill. Printed
No. Sin. Irtl, No. 171. has been passed by both
branches of the Legislature, entitled
1 O AMEND THE GREATER NEW YORK CHAR,
TEH. IN RELATION TO NOTICE TO RE GIVEN
TO THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
YORK ND TO THE CITY OF NEW YORK ON
THE FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIENS.
Further notice Is hereby given that a Public
Hearing upon such bill will ho held at the Mavor .
Office In the City Hall In The City of New ",ork.
onWedncsdft!, March 20.1011, at 11:30 o clock
A Da ted, City Hall. New York. March 24. 1911.
WILLIAM J. C.AVNOR. Mayor.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF BALYIMORE.
Baltimore, Md. , . .
The Third Nallonal Bank of Baltimore, located
at Baltimore. In the .State of Maryland. Is closing
Its affairs. All note holders and other creditors
of the association are therefore hereby notified
lo present the notes and other claim for pas ment.
1 itoirr. H. SMITH, President.
Dated Januarv .tin. 191L
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. March 30. 1911.
Sealed proposal, will be received at this office
until 2 o'clock P. M., March an. 1911, for construct
ing shelter and storage building, for Georgetown
and flnsednle Plavgiounds. Washington. D. C,
blank form of proposal and all necessary Informa
tion may he outlined from the Chief Clerk, Engi
neer Department. Room 427. District nulldlng,
Washington, D. C. Ten dollar, deposit will bs
required tu guarantee the return of plan, and
.perinratlons. Cl.'NO H, RUDOLPH. JOHN A.
JOHNSTON. E- M, MAIIKHAM (Actlagi, Com
missioners, D. C.
WEST POINT. N. V rcbriiary8,"lSll. -Sealed
proposals, In lilnllcate. subject tn the usual mo
nitions, for furnishing furl, mineral nil and gaso
lene at this Post, will be received until 2 o'clock
P. M . Ap.ll I. 1911. Deliveries to be made during
the fiscal tear ending June 30, 1912, The L. s.
reserves Ihc right to accept or relect an or all
proposal, or nn part thereof. For further In
formation addre., QUARTERMASTER. Vct
Point, N. V.
FIXAXCIAL AXIt tOMMERCtAL.
Continued from Ttnlk Page.
4810 V S Steel pf.. 119',
41cjo Utah Copper. . 41
ISIOf) Va-Caroltna Chn8S'i(
713 Va-CarCtim pf.,,128
SOI Va I 0 A C. (II
Aon WAiiA.h, . , :i
Win Wahash pf,, 3Ajf
IS Wells IVirro r.x,.m'i
I tot) Westlnghouse... 7
len Wcstlngb'ae I pf.120!
Im West Mar land M)
I.Vm West's t'nlon Tel 72'f
AO) WlsCentral.. s
Total les of stocks, 1.024
Low CimUM Xrt
ru. Mtr.zs. cn tie.
41' i 11
Ex dividend. IE rights.
Tin; cmii market.
Transaction In detail In the market last
week were a follow'
Open- lllott- Lotf. Cto
S72 Amer Tobacco
At Gulf A W I ,
77 Dank of Cuba
MOO British 'ol Cop.
me. ef. MB.
470 470 4M 4V)
01, fllj t1( ,
IMS I07M lOS'i lO'Jt
is is I7i) I7'i
:no Butte Coalition
lOjn Brndrn Coppcr..3 IS 16 3 1.1 18 3 II lS 13 18
llsno Con Arizona
1 3-11 I 7-18 t 3-18 1 ft-lft
too Chlragr) Sub ay
Mno Chlno Copper
30a Davis Daly Est
IV) l lori-nce.
fnnr) Olroux Copper.
4. 4'i 4'1
:2.i :i' 23
t 1 7-18 Pi
2l 2 2
A S 7-19
20 Guiuenhclni Eip lBJ'j
two Inter Rubber..
210O Inspiration Cop.
33m Kerr Lak
4000 t.a Rose.
7J0 Miami Copper, ..
200 Mines Co ol Am.
IIS McKIn n S M Co.
71. 71.711.18 7'(
8 7-18 8 7-18 8 .VIA 8 5-19
4' 4' l' H
tl 1 11-18
200 Mason Valley
III Mln St PASS rla
1 1-18 1
D31 Nlplsslng M Co.,
7600 Nevada Hills.
100 New York Trans
I6O0 Ohio Copper
sno Pitts Steel pf.
22.W Precious Met C.
4400 Penn Ry rla w I.
HIS Hay Cons.
3 2 13-18:
I 9-18 1 9-18
' 2', 2 3-18
2A.VO Ilay Central
2 1 11-18 I 13-18
291 Sup tc riltsb'irg.. Ills
492 Studehaker pf..
232 SUndsrd OH.. ,
818 Ton Mln of New
700 United Copper...
3 I'nlted Store,.. .
.-am Un Clg Mfg Co...
8s.71 L' S L A Heat., ,
P,' 1 13-18 Pi
10 LSI. II pf.
'i 'S !i
jnu Yukon Cold.. 3 13-10 .1 13-18 STi 3 15-18
S4J0X1 Am Cot Oil 3s W I.. 9' OW.
140,11 Am tee col 3s 1922. 82 83
510 Am Cop 3s w 1. CO. 9S',
18000 Hudson Man 4'3s 79 ,0
AlPOtl X V St I 4s w I. . 103' j 1034
8.1010 1 K A T 5S W I.. 99 3-18 00 .V
Knoo So Hell Tel 5s w I.. 97. D7IJ
.Wnoo Te Oil 6s w I , 10P 102
looou Western Pac 3s. . 0I st'f
LIVE STOCK UECEiPTS:
.Moderate Increase In February at In
lerlor Markets Decrease In Exports..
WAsntNOTON, March 18. A moderate
increase of the live Htock receipts nt tho
seven principal interior markets of the
country is shown by the February, report
of the bureau of statistics or the Depart
ment of Commerce and Labor. This
improvement is due mainly to the larger
supply of hofis'and sheep. Notwithstand
ing the shorter mouth receipts or bogs
at the seven markets, 1,665,115 head,
eiceeded largely like receipts, during
the previous winter months. As com
pared with the average rebruary receipts
for the preceding Ave years a decrease
is shown of about 8 per cent., though tho
February receipts during the current
year were over 12 per cent, heavier than
in 1810. With tho exception ot biotix
City all the larger packing centres show
considerable gains since las. yenr. espe
cially lo'rge in tho case of Chicago, St.
I,ouIr, Kansas City and St. Joseph.
The cattle receipts for the month,
.175,73!) head, show but elight variation
from the February figures of the preced
ing two years. An increase of almost
45 per cent, in the inbound movements
of calves as compared with the February
average for tho preceding flvo years
is another notable fact brought out in
the reports from five packing house
centres. Receipts of sheep for the month,
780,735 head, were nlso much larger than
during February of the preceding years,
tho excess over tho monthly average
for the preceding live years amounting
to over 12 per cent. Tho live Htock re
ceiptR nt these seven miirkelH (luring
the tlrHt two months of tho present year
were composed of 1,340,225 head cattle,
114,783 calves, 3,357.40!) hogs and 1,880,0811
sheep, the figureH for each claes of ani
mals showing substantial increases over
the two months figures of last year.
The stocks of meat at.fivo principal
packing house centres on the last of
February, 203,fl3fl,05l pounds, wpro the
lavgpht reported sinco tho summor of
1809. The export situation with regard
to food animaln and meat products, us
revealed by the export tlcuroR for 1 ho
eight months ended with February,
snows a further unfavorable turn since
tho immediately precoding year. Tho
numbor of cnitle oxxrtod during tho
eight months ennon renruary, ion,
woh 78,733 head, nsv against 371,292 head
five years before, and the valuo of nil
animnls exported during the eight monthn
declined from s2,flU.5"() in HJOfl lo 110,150.
388 in 1911. Tho exports of fresh beef,
whioh for the eight months ended Feb
ruary, 1906, aggregated 174,313,107 pounds,
declined to 28,327.032 pounds in tho oor
responding period of the present fiscal
year. The exports of pickled pork de
clined from 99.216.392 pounds to 26,611.098
pounds, those of cured beer from 60,525,918
pounds to 25,888,993 pounds those bf
bacon from 237,047,073 pounds to 03,427,108
pounds, those of hams from 133,800,082
pounds to 93,837,232 pounds and those
of lard from 520,635,791 pounds to 272,368,
664 pounds. The total value of meat
products exported during the) eight
months of tho present fiscal year wbh
190,021,680, compared with $135,870,933
for the corresponding period five years
nniscou.'s vuavvfevk iiashv
facts Two Men, Onn'nf Mliotn Had Shot
Another by Accident.
PfMlceman Rager,. Pollen Commissioner
Driscoll's chauffeur, was in Driscoll's
automohllq on .Jeromo avenu, The Bronx,
yesterday afternoon and saw Joseph
Colettl struggling with a man on tho pave
ment. Sager jumped out and helped Colotti
hold his man, Then he took Colotti and
his prisoner to the police station, whore
Coletti said that Antonio di Vitlzo nf
Jeromo avenuo and 170th street, tho man
whom he hnd captured, hnd shot flerardo
di rjranclsco in tho lattor's homo nt 3122
The two had been examining a revolver,
according to Antonio's story, and it went
off and the bullet Htruck Oerardo in the
head. Antonio said tho shooting was
accidental, but thnt he had run through
fear until Colettl caught htm.
Di Francisco was. not badly hurt, Di
Vitir-o was held.
Excelsior Kaxlngt Hank Moxei.
The Excelsior Savings Bank moved
over Kunday from lis banking room a'
the corner of Twenty-third s.reet and
Hixth avenue and will open its temporary
quarters in tho Musonio Temple annex
on Twenty-fourth street, soventy-three
feet east, of Hixth avenue, this morning,
It will iraiiMct business there dining the
construction of the new building at tho
old corner, to which the bank will return.
Fifth Avenue and 44th Street
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF MARCH 20. 1811
Loan, and dl,eonnU. ."S.SSO AO
V. s. and other bonds 14S.74II no
Safe deposit raalts 100,000 oo
Farnltare and fix tore, S0.000 00
Cath, dae from banks,
and exchanges. ... I.4OS.S06 07
JOSEPH W. HARRIUAN, President.
BRTAN L. KENNEIXT, Vlee-Prest. THOMAS B. CLARKE. JR Mce-Preit.
FREDERICK PHILLIPS, Vlee-Prest. JOHN A. 'OnLE, Cashier. ,
ROBERT M. OALLAWAT. President
Merchants r.suonsi uann
ELBERT A. BRINCKERHOFP. Vice
President Merchants' National Bank.
JOSEPH W. HARRIHAN, Harrlman
It Co , Hanker..
DONALD MACKAT, Retired.
EDWARD HOLBROOK. President Gor
ham Manufacturing Company.
WILLIAM A. TAYLOR, Taylor, Clapp
h Co., Dry goods commission.
CHARLES A. BOODT. President Peo
ple's Trust Company, Brooklyn.
NEW LEAD STACK FOR TOOELE
Continued from Xinth Page.
was received from the VVnslioe unolter
by two Austrlsns who have recently located
h rich property. The shipment was tlir
second they had made. The first ns
several months nco, but it did not turn
out well, nlnir to an Inferior process of
milling. The mine has been called the
(irotto and l located n short diatnmo
southwest of Sheridan, In Madison county.
The) ore was tlttu out but n few feet below
the surface. Hlnco tho announcement has
been made of the rich otei discovery several
peoplo have Interviewed tho Atistrlans
in an effort tn lease the property.
The Haven Minlnif Company hns been
dissolved and a committee, consisting
t K. C.,lTle.o and Robert A. (IrirTlns of
Hartford, Conn., and A. Jl. Curtis of lios
ton, uppolnled fo wind up tho property
had been disposed of.to n new company,
known n the Raven Conner Mlnlnir t'nni.
pany. The new company hns been oper- ,
atinir for months. Tho conimitteu lias been 1
authorized to dispose of personal property
for cnsli nnd make transfers of the teal.
ep.tnto and nfler tho payment of nil obllca-
110ns to iiiviiie me naiance pro rata ninorik',
The decision of the San Francisco Court
of Appeals affirming the decision of Federal
.ludge V. II. Hunt In tho celebrated smoke
case gave greatest satisfaction not only
In this city but throughout the State. This
case was started by the farmers of the
Deer l.odgo Vnlley against the Anaconda
Copper .Mining Company with the inten
tion of compelling the company to close
down Its smelter at Anaconda because
the smoke and gases were destroying vege
tation in the valley and killing cattle. When
the news reached this city of the decision
there were celebrations hero and In .na-
, a.n,l:l lllnillnl- S,,Ut-ar nna nf (St.. lit.-
s-oeu for llio r.t nt, .r. Iti'iitnnL'ln,. j.r tlm'
conclusions reached by tho Court or Ap-
peals, said that it wns intended to tnke
advantage of the announcement of the,
(fillrt that six months unllWl he nllisuMl '
to carrv the case to the Supreme Court
of the United States on a writ of review.
SOI. Tit DAKOTA.
Dr.ipwoon. March 16. Tho
Power Company, whose new plant, nt Rig
Het.,1 on Rapid Oreek. will be In operation
nhotit .lulv I. is contracting to sunnlv
number of rilflcrent companies In the soul I
em Hills, among them the nronerlv of t he.
Conllnetitnl Conner Cnmnativ at Calumet
where (he unction or fuel has always been
s.iA,- !,- 1 1, ui..!. 1
.. c ...s-... ... ... ..iiiw.i im-.
been worked at a disadvantage for vears:
the (iertie Tin Mining Company: the I'a-hn-.i
Mlulng Company and the Westing
house Klcdric Company nt Custer.
The I'nlinsA i only uwalting electric
ciirrent to resume work on the Cowboy,
Mohawk and L'assltcrlte properties. Dur-
llie preliminary ilevelapemnt work on
tho I'ahasa ground between Hill Citv nnd
thing like 1 10,0m wn, cx-
pended and over B.oou Ions of tin Ore taken
irom the workings, the average; assay of
which was one ana 11 mu per cent tin
Ijiter an Kngllsli t-xporl. M Ii Duncan,
came over nnd examined the ground Ills
repoi t Is said lo l promising The Dakota
company Is prepared lo furnish about
5,om horse-power This, it Is thought, wHI
prove ample for nil the mining companies
in the southern hill
Material from the old !oldcn Reward
smelter In this city Is now being hauled to
the Burlington trad: for transportation In
(Selena, where it will be used in 1 lies con
struction of the new Ostrniau smeller
T he new railroad sour will be comnlcted in
a few days to the smlter site. The smelter
will have n capacity of aliout 3il tons dally
nnd will be ready this summer The ron -
centrntrng plant which vill he erected by
the (iill HdgH Maid M ning Company near
the new smelter, will nlso he In opralion
It will have a capacity of 43') tons n day and
v.lll he supplied with ore by properties
shipping to the smelter It is estimated
that .-sou tons or th Hilt hdgo Maid ore will
produce so Inns of i oticentiates
The Forest ( ity Mining ( ompnny, nprmt
ing nt Orevillo in Prnnlngton county, is
pinking a good showing on lt new ore ledge,
w ore ledge
lich Is down
Hindi is n feet wide and averages
,.. at-. r.nl.l n 'I-I.n !.... ..
.'.-.(I root, is to he Mini: deeper lo the I, nun
fool level ir neicssarv, fur the richer grade
ore which Is believed lo e.it In the-lower
level. Tho mill Is running successfully
anil dropping ten stamps.
l.XKl' st PEitioii (tippi f.
Ilni ( mux. Mich . .March 23. The Mo-
hawl: Minim? I'ointmny i obtaining n
decidedly tettet shoving of mpper ground
in the newer No. is shall nnd In Nrn, ' and .'
halts its well. In the No o shall this
betterment i- p.iiticul u Iv notiteihle in lhe
lower level, the seventh, ut n depth nf nli'iiut
.vii feet The Improvement sleiid netos
tlmllne of ll'e slinft mitl In liolh (oiitlnuite
and tipper indent eviel-1 the etnuiid tle-
velopeil In tlm first ni'i feet Tho icient
striking of rich topper rioiinil In Ahtiir-ek
shafts .1 and l In the unrierliv below tho
lii-ltory in which Mohiwl: No, n shaft is
sinking would seem t point to unbroken
richness between that depth nnd the seventh
level, nt which point In this shaft a truly
good showing of coopper ground ls In
'I he Now Baltic Copper Company, centre
ing nn iKiivny in simii sinning, lias rc.icnea
n depth of 2s0 feet, which will be increased
to nrobahiv il&u feet before a second nttenint
is made lo crosscut the xcln nnd drift upon
It, At tho VOti foot lexl a short crosscut
was storied, but broken ground forced a
suspension of work.
The Keweenaw Copper Company has a
promising tract of ronpei- ground In Ihc old
I'lia nix property, which It ronttols through
stoo( ownership. In this trait the Ashhed
leceived a thorough test in the diamond
drill exploratoty campaign of last summer
with reatilts thai may Induce the sinking of
an exploratory shaft this summer, the
finance of the company permitting. In
the meantime, the. company continues en
gaged In liaft sinking in the Kenrsarge for
mation, which drill botlngs show to carry
cninnierci.il values at various points rilonlr
Its strike, Ihoiigli these borings are not uni
formly rich nor do all indicate commercial
ground. The shall In this formntlon has
attained a depth of 780 feet and is now in
trap. having passed out of the lode In wlrich
It was started. More or less copper was
encountered In the course of sinking but the
showing was never more than "promising.".
A like condition Is revealed In the lodo ut
still greater depth by drill borings.
The Wolverine Copper Mining Company
is showing very little copper In the openings
made In the (Nceola amygdaloid. The
Osceola l inn feet wide in places, though
the mining width Is only eight to twelve feet
This occurs generally along the hanging
nail, With tho object of Intersecting this
copper shoot a crosscut is now driving
Hcross the lode from foot to hanging wall at
the second level. Shnft, sinking hns tem
T he Isle Itnyale Copper Company is again
operating nt a profit, nnd since the cessation
nf all exploratory work In tho llnllie hnrbon
iscentring Its aotivllleslnthede'velopment
of the Isle Itovale lode. Four hafts are In
nrllve operation and for more than n year
have been yielding at the rate of 7,noo,OiM)
pounds fino copper annually.
nniTiHit (ni.t'MDi v ,
Seattle, March '.'ii British Columbia
Is preparing for the largest period of pro
duction In Us history Better menns of
dlstrii'ta, the last year or Iwo of develop-
transportation, new nisioveries in new
men! on iiiuuv o n properties, the eaav
money markets in merica where capital
was seeking profitable employment in
mining enterprises, have combined to Hie
encouragement of mining
Nelson, the centie of tho Slocati. Is tho
siene of tho gieatest activity nt present.
Of the usw camps the I'uitland Canal coun-
Sarplas and profits...
4, im, ass os
CHARLES C. TEOETHOFF, ESUte
AA. A 1 A A 1 1.U 0il
THOMAS B. CLARKE, Merchant.
HENRY F. SHOEMAKER, New York.
WILLIAM I. SPIEOELBERC, L. Sple-
gelberg A Sons, Cotton commlitlon.
HARRISON K, BIRD, Danker.
SAMLEL S. CAMPBELL. Vlee-Presl.
dent Fourth National Bank.
BRYAN L. KENNELLT, Real estate.
MARTIN VOOEL, Votel 4 Vogel,
try will get the largest nttentlon and the
new old camps, those of ole and Hope,
rifle to phenomenal finds on Stvvash Creek
and on Stenmho.it Mountain, will he the
liveliest this coming summer.
A report Just Issued by the mines branch
of the Oominlon states thnt there was an
increase In the production In British Coltim-
nirt minerals irom i.'.'.tiii.nuu in iwa to 1.4,-
SIL'l' In mm.
e lioviil 4'anadlsn sroun. on the Granite
road near the (Iranite Poorman, which has
lain Idle for seeti or elslit years, has been
sold to 11 Victoria syndicate on option. Old
nssay repotts give values of tip to lion
ton free milling ore. The propertvwaa at
one time bonded for $39,000 and Is well
criulpped with mine buildings and quarters.
About 125,000 hns been spent In develop
Development work on Uie Fteemont at
dreenwood has proved valuable ore at a
depth of over '.'no feet. Preparations are
being ntado 1o place the protierty on a
shipping basis nnd the first car will he sent
out some time in the neat- future. Tho
values taken from the different levels range
from IliKi to?:oo in sliver nnd lead to t he ton
rue Jack Wuite lias at lust commenced
shipping and several wueon loads of ore
were taken out to the railroad last week,
Shipments will be continued from now on
The tnnii mill on the Suo Slo claim on
Sheep Creek owned by A 11. Tuttle of Ynilr
m in a tew unys ago unner me neavy
weight of snow.
Hood progress Is being made In the de
velopment ol tho Neepawn mine, which
adjoins tho Enterprise on Ten Mile Creek
n tn rsiocnu tnstrici the van uoi mill H
' Installed with the exception of Hie crusher
nnd the Hewitt minx will in nil nroli.ililllt v
make use of tho Wakefield mill this cotnlnt
spring and summer.
At the Neepawn the long tunnel, which
Is now in some l.ooo feet, Is being extended
for the purpose of hilt'ng the ore shoot.
The following nro the figures of the pre
production and movement lor the Inst week.
Boundary shipments, 30,34.1 tons Ilossland,
:t,so tons; Slocnn-Kootenai, ,"1,1:3 tons, 11. C
topper (.ouiputiy receipts for the week.
s,."7 ton: (iranliy. 19,8i1 tons Consolidated
Compnnv, 7.017 ton. T he total receipts nt
the smelters lor the week, including con
centrates, were 35,708 tons
March 20 Associated
1 Tom McLean, who formerly mined on Dome
!!?". m ."J0 fairnaiiks district, oeorge
I ieV'i "W1 '.a,'1' A'. an.1?' V "f 7. to ,w?.rk
I Tnnana metropolis, nro now scratching
., i. r ,1 .,3iiu,K 1s.11 ntnnn iiuhis ui uu
.B.rBA' on mv l,u,c" nnfl 'hoik they are
1 u.tlic inonev
. '"'"A. V3!?on,.l J,aA'li Adams and others
1 were In lditsrod t itv on l-phrimrv 1 with
,i. i.. ,i,-, .;!;,; ;v
to fill out the places where the bill of fare
was sagging a nine. 1 ney reportcu tnat
the naV struck hv Larson at the mouth nf
Snow Kiilcli is the real thing. It' goes II
to the square foot of bedrock and it won't
be hard to tnko nut.
.Mclean. Wesch and Adams are sinking
. "? n ?..s above on I lie same creek nnd
.l" m 111
ttle prospecting boiler they are
showing up some good pro-peels, r.lthoiigh
me work 11ns not ptogersseti inr enough
to demonstrate to ihm whether they are
on the same pay strcKk as l.nison.
Henry Cregsun. who hns just arrived
from tho Korukuk, sny things are looking
more promising there this winter lhanever
Recent develooments on Sheep Creek are
the tentre of interest. Ten years ago there
was considerable excitement on Sheep
( reek sv lien several rich spots of pav were
found, but on (he whole the creek has been a
ilisarinolntltiont Now. however, tho n;ix-
lias been found on the right limit benches I
ami it 11 predictor! that tli cleanup In that
vicinity next season will not fall short of
. 5-, ''"I"1' ... ., .
1 M least forty men are working on Sheep
r0PV ' thclaims the pay has
1 ground is uniformly good,
m-i ,,,-. ii, iui , , iiiiii urn nuu mo
Sibley ia lilt the pay nqain on Nolan
Creek First lie crnectit for n distance of
IMt feel, but lo no effect, then ho found lie
lind passed over the pay, which wns in u
Tom Hrown. on No, h, right limit. Is in
good pay, but the biggest dump on Nolan
i 1 1 '" "in: " mi n nin imuiiii i-, i.thing ouv
Peterson. LTlimn and Cllbert have pay in a
"'' 'l.nr,,i,1! N'!1'".1' . , , ... ,
""V . 1
, hurley Miiskard are - in ground that will
Co froni t..,n to f to the siitiare H.ot
1 .. ' ls reported that Joe Henley and .lesse
O11",1 n? "":',m in 18.0"l Vermont
iCteel., the stream Hint shotted Mich fine
valiiea n year icru.
1 XI a lueetlrii! of the subscribers toward
tho fund lor the business men's little throe
tnnili mill ol I nirhnuks It r.ns decideil
In I cep lite plant going lor another six
months t erlotl (in lir.'.c t iciill v tlm saute, Irisfs 1
as the last half venr This was bv the ( ol-
lection of moiitlilv miiIix liptions ftoni bttsi-
t.o - men ,o thnt the piospector without
mc.in mny in u null test iinirie of his rock
lice of chatflc The lenort of the trustees
of ihc te-t mill made for the six month
period lins that during thnt time a total
of l.is inns of rock was put through, which
I rock yielded MS.nnn, As this includes tests
from practical y every nrosnect in the camn
tho average Is almost Mno to tho ton.
Because good pay hns been nicked up
.lust above him nn the l.tishhaugh A: Band
etrom lay In the Mggerhead group on lower
Dome Creek, Jerry lulon, who has put
down many holes with the drill this winter,
is preparing tn sink a xvnrking shaft, pro
ceeding on the assumption that the drill
was used nt n spot wheio tho pay was weak,
l.uthhatigh A Snndstrnm hedrocked their
working shaft Inn Thursday and they
landed on pay fully as good as that Walter
Fisher worked on tho next lay above on the
same group this last summer, or ground
that "ill go over 12 to the surface foot of
The day before Walter Fisher bedrocked
a new hole, and again landed nn pay that is
better than 12 to the siiuatn foot. The pay
on the Nlggerhead Is now known to be nt
least 50O feet wide. The ground at this
point, which Is well out in the Chatanlka
ilats awnv from the mouth of Dome, Is about
173 feet in depth.
Jerry Paulson in opening up his lease
will use tho large plant which Ren Bonne
used last senson In working out four below
Cleary. He will move It over to Dome nt
once and begin sinking.
The California Alaska Mining Company's
crew, while working nt Fall. Creek near
Seward last week doing development work
preparatory to the Installation of a mill
in the early spring, made what Is probably
the richest quartz find that has been made
in the Kenal peninsula. The vein vvldened
out until It Is now fifty Inches wide and
with the Increased width came also in
creased values, Tho entire width of the
xeln is estimated to run 11,200 to the ton
and the free gold Is plainly vlslhle to the
naked eye. Samples have been brought
to Seward and are. attracting the attention
of the tow n hv their richness. Many parties
are in the hills trying to locate a continua
tion of tho lead. The work Is dangerous
on account of snow slides.
Billy Dlkeman. Hie discoverer of the
ldltarnd. lias just sold his Otter Creek
claims to Fairbanks men for :jn,inj.
Notice is given to the holders of the Hud
son Companies h per cent, gold notes duo
Or tober 13, mil. thnt the privilege of ex
tension ol the above notes until October
I.., iota, bv- their evrhniige Into the neiv A
J per cent, notes of (he mmpany maturing
nn tnat tinio vvun a ensu puymeui ni .in
with respect to each SI. (am note so extended
tn I he holders accepting the oner will
be withdrawn on April I, inn. Holders de
siring to avail themselves nf tho present
privilege must present their notes on or
before April I at the office of Messrs. Harvey
I'isk A Sons, e: Cedar street.
Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Ho.
General Mortgage 5 Gold Bonds
Due July 1st, 1951. Interest payable January 1st and July 1st.
Authorized, $15,000,000. Outstanding. $7,304,000.
1. Secured by a mortgage, closed except for refunding pur
poses, on all tho property of the company.
2. The United States Steel Corporation hns pairl more than
1140,000,000 for a junior interest in the mortgnged premises.
3. Tho Company's earnings for the 10 months ended October 31st,
1810, were more than 4.7 times the Interest on nil bonds outstanding,
including this issue.
Listed on the New York Stock Exchange,
Detailed description on application.
Having sold av large portion of the above, we offer 'the
balance at the market, to yield, about 4.77
We recommend these bonds for investment
Strong, Sturgis I Co. Clark, Dodge ft Co.
30 Broa'd Street Bl Wall Street
NEW YORK NEW YORK
4 Pir Cent Canal Improvement Gold Bonds
EXEMPT FROM TAXATION
Dated January I, I9M
Issued' in Coupon or Rgiitrtd Form
For the Improvement of .the Erie, Oswego and Champlain
WILL DE SOLD FRIDAY. APRIL 14. 1911
AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.
' AT'THE STATE COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, ALBANY, N. Y.
THESE B0ND6 ARE LEGAL INVESTMENTS FOR TRUST FUNDS
No bids will be accepted for less than the par value of the bonds nor unless
accompanied by a deposit of money or by a certified check or bank draft upon
a solvent bank or trust company of the cities of Albany or New York, payable
to the order of the Comptroller of the State of New York, for at least two per
cent, of the par value of the bonds bid for.
All proposals, together with the securitv deposits, must be scaled and en
dorsed "Loan for Canal Improvement," and enclosed in a sealed envelope di
rected to the "Comptroller of the State of New York, Albany."
All bids will include accrued interest.
The Comptroller reserves the right to reject any or all bids which are not in
his opinion advantageous to the interests of the State.
Circular descriptive of these bonds and of outstanding State bonds, sinking
funds, etc., will be mailed upon application to
WILLIAM SOHMER, State Comptroller, Albany, N. Y.
Albanv. March 22, 1911.
MAILS nv EAST FREIGHT USES.
Post Offlee Department Will I'se Them for
Transportation of Periodical,.
Washington. March 26. Beginning
July 1 next, tho Po6t Office Department,
will uso fast freight lines for the trans -
portation of certain kinds of mall matter,
instead of mail cars on passenger trains.
Postmaster-Goneral Hitchcock bolieves
that there can be a considerable sum
saved by the Department if it handle
tveriodical mail in this manner and he
will establish special facilities for the
handling by freight of mail matter from
such publishing centres as Augusta,
Boston. Springfield, New York, Phila
delphia and Chlcajo.
Arrangements will also be made wtn
the publishers for a more adequate separa
tion in the publishing offices and for an
ea-lier mailing of their matter, so that
tho slower methods of transportation will
not materially affect 4he regularity or
promptness of delivery.
uiNiATi'ns slmsmac this dat.
Sunrises. SJ0 Sunset,. . .S:13IMoonrlse..4:4S
BI0K WATER THII'DlT. a
Sandy Hoo'i.l8Gov.Isand. .".28'HellGale.. .7.21
Arrlted Sindav. March 28.
Ss Caledonia. Glasgow. March 18.
Ss Satunls. Naples, March 17.
Ss Italia, PaIerm-. March 11.
;;s Diamant. Hamburg. March s.
.ssCvnthlatis. Trinidad. March is.
Ss Wllhelmtna, Falardo. March 1.
Ss liundonlan. Calharlen. Marrh 20.
Ss Matasu. Antllla. Mxrch :n.
Ss Wcarhrldce. Savannah. March 22.
SsClty of Columbus. Sxvanneh. March 23.
Ss Comanche, .lacasonvllle; March 2.1.
Ss Hamilton. No-folk. March 23
UsSwazl. Philadelphia. Marrh 23.
Ss Delaware. Phllsdelphla. March 21.
S Schui E.I.I. Boston. March 23.
Ss drlatlc. at Southampton from New York.
Ss Lulslana, at Genoa from Xe York.
s'.it.an raou rovtios roats.
Ss Mauretanla. for New York from Otieen.town.
Ss lernessla, for New York from Mnvllle.
Ss Rsltlr, tor New York from Queenitowo.
S Noordam. for New ork from Hntilogne.
Ss Prlo. l-rledrlch W'llhelm, for New ork from
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.1 on p M
7 on A M
s on p M
10 00 A M
lo m a M
12 00 M
3 00 V M
12 00 M
10 00 A M
10 to A M
000 P M
12 00 M
7 00 A M
1 on p m
I no P M
12 00 M
1 oo p m
3 00 P M
II 00 A M
Itlo Grande. Ilrunsw Id.,
Primes! Anne, Norfolk, -.
Scottish Prlnee.Pernamhuco 13 00 M
Dtin.tan. Para.. 4 00 A M
Madawa.ka. Montevideo.... 12 00 M
Europa, Naplea. .
City of Columbus, Savan h
Hamilton. Norfolk, ... ...
.svjif lfrri 'an, Afd'ca 29.
a oo A m
11 SO A Xf
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8 00 A M
St Irene. Argentina
12 00 M
Caracas, La (itiayra
Argentina, Naples . . ..
Concho. Galveston.. , ,
Antllla. Santiago, .
A .10 A M
St. Andrew 1
t'cavall , ,
linen degli Abruttl.
Amrrlka . ,
M'niieapoll,... . .. J
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Puerto Mexico March 18
.. . Nantes,
Hamburg. . ,
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Bermuda, ,. .
Haytl . .
. Liverpool ,
Mart h 28
r lortna ..,
Marovvllnr.. . .
Prlnis l'.itel Frledtlch
S. V. l.urkenbach,
lily of Savannah -.
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Due HVrfxrsrf.ij. .Vflirh 29.
Frledrlrh der Gro.se,. Algiers..,
Boon., , Bremen,
Bxvamo Tamplcc, .
siMMa... Ivlngstan... ,
(ienluego, (Tenfuegos ,
oilnda , Nipc.. ,
Denver,, ,, , Nassvi,,, '
II) Marconi Hlrrleti.
Ss Chicago, fur New York, was 1.1. 'ai miles east
of Sandy Hook at s.an P. M. en Saturday.
Ss Amrrlka, for New York, was sun miles east
or sandy nook at I2:."-1 p. ii. vrstcrdav.
miles east of Sandy Hook at iu :in A M
Ss Minneapolis, for -New York, was i'oA silica
tatl of Sandy Hook at 2 P, M.
Due January I, 1961
IX MEMORY OF II. It. ROGERS.
People or Falrhaxen. Mais., lo Ereet
Column With Tablet and KraRJ.
Famhaven, Mass.. March 26. At a,
meeting of the committee having in charge
1 the memorial of tho late Honry H. Rogete
which it is proposed to erect in Fairhavca
the report of the special committee of fiv
was accepted and the design adopted.
It is proposed to erect a thirty foot shaft
of Grecian design, a simple, perfect col
umn with a bronze tablet bearing an in
scription and above it a bas-relief of Mr.
At the top of the shaft there is to be a
bronze tripod with a caged globe in
bronze, containing electric lamps up to
The cost of the monument is estimated
Ttro Llt of Referee,. -
The following Is a list of referees appointed la
rase, lo the Supreme Court last week:
By Justice Plata-ek.
Cm,.. )'.tletrt. j
Melter to. He.lv Sol Kobn.
ny Justice RlscholT.
Van Praag vs. Mevon j
Realty Co.. . .Adam Wiener. 1
By Justice McOill.
Jerkowskl vs. Haines.. William C. Arnold !
By Justice Greenbaum.
C.lssel v.. Junksr. A. Walker OtK 1
Buttenwelser vs. Rosen- '
berg Ihrah.n. l,. (pitmaa.
Ijiwrence vs. Hellbrun Abranam P. Lawrence.
Powell x s. Wiener,.. Felix H. Levy.
W'elsenbcrrjer xs. Xevx-
man... . . Isldor l. Morrison. '
I'hotrt. vs. Reynolds. .Charles T. Terry. 1
Matter of Brock... Herman llcrst. 1
Martin xs. ilemnons )
Con. Co George F. I.inghtln. '
Keeler va Isn .Georg; F. P.ossch. 1
Ft. Amsterdam Realty
cp. xs. St. Catherine
Corporation William A. Keener.
Sh.pparri x. Iielstone
Realty Co Paul M. Crandall.
Tflnder vs. I elst Really '
Co.. Bernard L. Ernst. '
Ettllnger vs. Italian
Union R. S. Co.-
ttxu cases. . John M, Lathrop.
By Justice N'ewburger.
Wild vs. Stecm William A. Walling.
Camnbell vs. Campbell Herman Joseph. J
Reeves vs. Sangnanlnl ,F (ward Browne.
Ludwlg Bo'seiman Abraham Stern, 1
llenrj Hubcr Co. xs i
Rogers William Meln.
Kuril t. Gold. . Samuel strasshourgor.
Matte' uf Flood... Nathan Burkau.
Salanilnlxs. Drucker. .James Oliver.
Pinches vs. Pinches... .James Kearney
Salllnger v s. Ram Realty
Co Herbert II. Maass.
Baebrnch v.. 1 erk. Sampson H. Welnhandlst,
Jaeger x. Fpsleln.. Lewis A. Ahrams.
Cunningham xs. Mc
Dowell. . . .George H Encfl.
Leberman va. Copoer. Moses Cowcn '
Sanervs Sawier., Abraham Stern.
Matter of Peebles.. Louis W'cndel, Jr.
De Mesqulnta v, Kauf- 1
man... William Klein.
Sperra x, Keane.... A. S. LexT. '
Py Jutttce Lehman, '
Mill vs. Bookbinder.... S. Walter Kaufman. 1
By Justice Glegertcb.
Harlem Sax-. Bank xs. '
Heilman... Fd'. L. Parrli. '
By Juttlco Guy.
Tynberg, Jr.. v. Ivy..Walter J. Egan.
Court Calendars This Da.
Supreme Court Appellate Division. Tleceaa."
Sujireme Court-Special Term. Part I. Mo
tion calendar called at 10 .10 A. M, Pert II. Es
pane matters. Part lit. Case unfinished,
Moilons. Demurrers Noa, 113. s. Preferred
causes-No. 1331 2707. 2.W. 13.12 General caleu
dar Nos 181S. IMS. 322. 741. 163. 1827, ls.18, tIJ.
I AM, 187?. 1S74. IPOf.. 192. 1S.12 I4AS. P.irt IV. -Case
nnnrlsh"d. Pirt v. Ce unfinished.
Part VI,-Case unfinished. Part VII, Caso un.
Onlshed. Cases sent Iron' Part III. to Parts IV.,
V., VI. and VII Trial Term, Part II. -Clear.
Short eau-es -Nos. 37.19. .im.i. avvx. ;imb. lsoj,
.'1888. .1792, .ISM. .1747. 33:8 J087. .'HIT. .'1428. 32sS.
Part 111. -Case unfinished. Day calendar Noa.
.13. S28, 28. 019. DM. 900. :i), 901. 192. 194. 209, 231,
181,181,200. PaitlV -Case unfinished. PnrtV.
Case untlol.hed. Part VI, Case unnnlshed.
Part VII.-Case unnnlshed. Part VIII. Case
unfinished, loiueil-Nn. 9.1. Iny calendar
Nos. 4331, 1091, 13.13, SMI, 1.181. 110.1. 1113, 1043,
(41. .!.128. 1408. 1074. 132. 701. 1321. 1187. 2J11U.
1.181. 11.11, 113.1. U14'3, 1438. 780. ItfU. lll, 430,
IStlS, 7M, 1.182, l.lft.1, Ii8, 141.1. 1118. 01, 1293. 108s,
1.179. 4X, 1288. 1287. Part IN.-Case nntlnistied.
Parts ,. and AT Adjourned for the term. Casei
senl from Part VIII. lo Parts IV.. V VI., VII.
end l., Part .Ml. Case unfnlshed. Part Mil.
Cise unfinished. Part NIV Clear. DAT
ralendar-Nos. :mi7, IfMS. lOfal. 188, Sono. SIT
7'l, 2ff)C, 2211, 1548, 2187. 321, 1140. 193, 19SA
1843, 11X11, 2028. IM4. 2212. 2228, 2238. 2272. 227
,1801, MIVn, 811',. 8131,. nill'i. IH.IO. 14J.X, 2087
207,1, 21317 I8S'.. 201?. 2101. 117. 1810. 1979. 1711
1712, 1710. 1M8.1. 120:'. 2000. 1207, lfS't. Part XV.
Clear. Part Mi,- Case unfinished. Part VII.-
Case unrlnlshed. Cases senl from Part XIV.
lo Parts .NIL. Mil.. XV., XVI. and XVII.
Surrogate's court Chambers For probata
Wills of John Dongan. Kate M. Bandied. Nora
Harrison. Charles O'Sulllvan, Martha Stenger,
Jos-ph Wallerlng. Richard Ciimmlngs. I'.llrabeth
Ailllle. I'ranrU Cass, Sophia T. lilzilandolpf, a
10.30 A. M. Trial Term. Fstale ol Loube 11,
Stllwe'l. at lO.lii A. M.
lily Court. Special Term.- Court opens at 10
x. ai. siotions, ntai lerm.-i'ari i. i tear.
Pari II. Clear Pari III case unlliilshe
)av ca endar Nos. mo's. s?i, avi, 2.vw. :m
2713!,. 2.1l8..20r.7. ."874. 2808, 2711 2711. 2730.
2.111. SKI. (JIM. 2148. 232(1. Ml. 2112. 2.132. 230:1. 21W.
2333, 2387. 4U0. 101. 412, 4IU. "48I, 808. 27a7. 2478,
2882. a:U. 262.. 214-1. 2187. 2711. ITIS, 27IU. .11,
2728, 2727. 321. Part IV. Clear. Short rauwo
N" .'.USI, 2970, 20lt. 2.128, 29U0, Mil, 2939. 21DT,
au, 291U, nn, run. roi'i. 2iw, rsv, 202, laso.
eai. Part VI. lear.
Part VII Clear Part
Cases sent train Part HI.
j VII. and VIII,
Mil. case unnnltneit,
to Part, 1.. II.. V., VU