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. VEMbER 5, 1912.
THE SUN, TUESJjA
RF.AL ESTATE AT AtCTION.
WilSOIl A Lower Tariff and. Prosperity,
Roosevelt - p rogress and
T & f t Conservative Progress and Prosperity.
Whoever is elected we will Have Prosperity
YOU'LL GET YOUR SHARE of Prosperity if you buy a
lot at the Forster-Schmitt Sale, the northward growth
of New York will do the rest.
GO LOOK AT THE FORSTER-SCHMITT PROPERTIES TO-DAY
464 Lots and 9 Dwellings
Broadway, 258th to 261st Street, Riverdale Ave.
and adjacent Aves. and Sts., OPPOSITE VAN CORTLANDT PARK
MUST BE SOLD at Public Auction
Tuesday, Nov. 12th, 1912, at 11 A. M.
At the Exchange Salesroom
14 Vesey Street
70 on Mortgage
field ts Greenwich Eav Hank. 241 (th av,
Nov 4, due as per bond; atty. 11 A Panda,
31 Nassau at 112.000
lOTil T. 31s V. 23x105.1 Lemuel Little
t.ei.l to Greenwich Sav Hank. 216 Cth av,
Nov 4, due aa per bond; atty, II A Sands,
31 Nkwi ft 110.000
7T1I AV, 370.371. w s. 122.6x7: Uobert
Kesslar rtealty Co to Emigrant Ind Sav
Bank, 51 Chambers st, Nov 4, 3 yrs. t'l
n c; atty, E J Mcdulre, 01 Chambers
55T1I ST. ?04 W. 20.x;S.C (lulllemlna Mc-
.Manus to isaoeua iv Durniiaiii, mnsrr.
N V. Nov 1, 3 yrs, 5 p c; atty, A P W
Klnnan, 701 6th av JJ.500
40TI1 ST. s . 100 e Cth av, 17x!S.9 Agnes
(1 Hughes to Zoe E Banks. 145 V 57th
t. Nov 4. 4 yrs, 4',, p c; atty, T O A
T Co. 17l llwny 150,000
4ITII ST. 154 W, a. 18.9x100.5 MurKt
C Maggan tn Harold Mllbank, trus, South
orange. N J, Nov 1, 3 yrs, 5 p c: atty,
T O A- T Co, 174 Uway 135,000
11T1I AV, 42. c a. 25x50 Kath II Ileynard
to T O & T Co, 176 Uway, Nov 4. due
aa per bond 13,000
J1ST ST, 217 W. Ifxl02.2 Albert I. Thump
ron to Mnssman Realty Co, 60 Wall at,
Oct IS. 3 yrs, li c: atty, H R Lhowe.
320 nway 122.000
SITU ST, 64 W, 15x102.2 Martha A Pprague
to Chas O Kulmert. 776 Hancock t.
Tlkln, duo m per bond, Oct 29: atty,
IliiTCo, 176 Hway 13,500
(Manhattan Island, north of 110th at 1
113TH ST. 117-19 K. 42 xlOO.G Acadia '
Itealty Co to Estate Mtae Secur Co. HO
Hway. Nov 1. due AdI 1. 1913. 6 n r. 13.500 I
MADISON AV. 1719, e s, 25 IU95 Mrftsz
Wiener and Muks Katz to Josephine I.
Korn. 944 I'urk av, pr mtgr. 121. 000, due.
Nov 1, 1923. Nov 4, 6 p r: atty. Juroby. S
H, 74 Una)' 111,000
JIT MORRIS 1'AUK WEST. 35-S, lOO.llx
100 N V Real Estate Security Co to
German Savings Dank. 157 4th a v. Nov 4.
5 yrs, 5 p cj atty, Meyer Auerbuh. 42
SAME PROPERTY Fame to N Y Trust Co,
trus., 26 Droad at, rr nitge, II 40.000, due
us per mtgu, Dec 17. 190!. supplemental
to mtge dated Dec 17, 1901, Nov 4; atty,
T O T Co. 176 Busy
J2STH ST. 51 W, 25x99.11 Wm Roth tn
Aaron Schornsteln. 2346 4th av, Nov 2.
3 yrs, 6 p c; atty, Harry Berlin, S3 E
115th st 15,000
JSIKJECOMn AV. 165-67. w s, 40x100 Nellie
A Kelly to Irene M Urodst. 592 Eastern
Jlhd, Nov 1, 2 yrs. 6 p c; atty, 8 Rosen
thal, 26 Court st, Ilklyn 15,500
(Rorough of The Tlronx.)
Tapping av, n e cor Delmont av, 30x35
Anna M Klenian tn Adelaide Benedict,
Katonah, N V, Nov 2. 3 yrs, 5 p c: atty,
Lawyers T I A T Co, 160 Rway. ... 132.100
S05T1I ST, s s, 367.7 w Lisbon pi. 52.5x114.7
x50xl30.2 Mary Kolkrlicik to Smith Will
Ism.on. White Plains, N V, prior tnlg
tt.000, Nov J. dua July I, 1915, 6 p c; ally,
s Williamson, 3C4 Alexander av J.100
IJTS 73. 74. 153. 154. 13. 199. 201. 327. 22S
Bank, 157 4th av, Nov 4, 5 yrs. 5 p c;
attys. Amend A A, 111 Nassau st.. .$4,500
BEATMONT AV. e s. 100 n H7th st. 33.3x100
- Baldaesarc Scordato to Mercury Really
Co. 1034 Southern Boulevard, .Nov 2, 5
5 re, .". p c; atty, Jos 0 Abramson. 30
''hurch st , $4,600
BKAl'.MONT AV. e . 133.3 n 187th St. 66.6X
100 Dalilassare Scordatn tn Mercury
lles.ly Co. 1034 Southern Boulevard, 2
migs earh $:,500, 5 yrs, 0 p c, Nov 2:
any. Jns (i Ahramson, 30 Church st. $13,000
HTll ST. n s, 73.1 w Tiffany st, COx
M-non Machlr. tn Hanillmn W Johnston,
PUIntlfld. N J. Nov 2, 5 yrs, 5 p c; atty.
Jacob (iortlon. 346 Ilway. $9,000
1I!D ST s s. 123 c Vye av. 25x Jlax
Brl" to AlMa Jlcllroy, 407 E I42d st. Nov
4. due ns per bond; ntty, T (1 & T Co.
14 Ilnay $7,000
1I0TII ST s - s. 100 s e Mohegan av, 25x
113 Alsrle Vltale to Hlrmitnd Kuilel. 1130
Wa'ker av. prior mis !2.0no, 1 yr, 6 p c;
Nov 1 atty. A II Vlulc, 2015 Boston
M . $1,000
tOTS 261.62. m.ip 3C Ion Hunts Point
. Ilesitj ffj Utility Realty Co to Allda Mc
Ilrny 407 E 142d st, Nov 4, due as per
bont. any, I. T Ins A T Co, 160 Broad
wav . $3,000
16'TIl ST, n s, 100 e Slebhlns av, 25x113.4
Edw V Hoean lo Ell: K Upham, 247 6th
av Nov 4, 3 yrs, 5 p c: attys, Merrill R.
"00 . ' $4,500
L.UAYKTTE PL. s e, 31,7 w 3d lav, 37 fit
'Hi' ,itninr ("nsolar to Frank II Colli
"n I "3 s Oxford rt. Ilklyn. Oct 2, 2 yrs.
i ' oldress 2 Rector si $2,000
CM"S , s, 20.7 II 16sth si. 40x64. Il
ia T Sirieter (,'o.ist Co to Title Ins Co,
Sj Iiwo Oct 30. 5 yr. 5 n e $30,000
AU' Kfll "( ,VV. 2114. e s. 43x149.6 Louis
' 1 t t:;:!" 'D (lalnes. Roberts Co, 2414 Anne
. ' a tiv 4. due as tier bond; attv. 1' (1
T i 176 Hway $30,000
I'ltrn-ERTY S-mie lo
i-er tinnd. same ntty.
name and address of lenucr's attornev.l
'I '14 W. h h, 18.0x100 3, D(C 1, I60
t Wh'cler iformerly Mllbank), et al, to
r s and Auirustus c (iurtiea and Wm
eii, truslccs; attys, Sullhan A Crom
u all st $.l0
2 II a 3tth si, 21.1x100; 1st av, w s,
3lli t, 21,1x1011. May I, 1870- Mary li
' O llrlrii lo Emma E Callus, Jr; ally,
? iiuny y.im
luiri.EVAIIU.es, IKIs WeslchcHer
vi Dec 4, 1911 -Mercury Really Co to
'an Ileal EMale Co; atty, J C Meyer.
" 11 SIO..VX)
ii li I ii s. 23x100.11, Anrll 23. limi
ml llauna Salm to Cornelia Mahr; ally,
' " e' 1.1U 3d av Sl.oo I
' ""i" U'l'V. Aug SR. HK)I Bertha l-vy
an Miff Co; nlty, llnwers ft S, 31
I W", n w lor I70lli (Lebannni Kl, ,VU
i" S.I, l!)7 Slemund and llerlha Levy,
i i,inii Hammer and Hno; ally, Hy (
i'i'U llwny $in
t Y. 1.170. n n cor 47th st. runs s 7U.1IX
?' Hi io n 20.1 In he?, Nov 7, I0O7- I'eier
l'e,s, m Union Trust Co; ally, Richard II
Isrke ii Chambers st $.10.ri0
t'l HV i,k av. w s, 2l n Freeman st, H
'a a i, lli-Vale Conslr Co to Hermann
ae" smp. attys, I'rrson ft Brail, .1 Nassau
IU ST JiJ I' n w h, 21 Itx'i blk. Oct 7, I0O9- Susie
M 1 sve in Mnrlli Knppe; ally, Wm I' Wund.
, ,,yl "d $j,riR)
Hil'l'i n e cor Belmont st, 30xB.1 Dec
, Ian Anna M Klemanu lo Harold Sualn:
l) I I I I n IM1 lltvsv M..VHI
tl ... Ilnn. U. 7.lfHl U,U t I
lt. I r I 111 Cnnil, f'n In lr n,,.fn I lltl tlM Til I !
i'u.ri.i0. i. s S.Vr 1 TS I June 20. IBM -T-eVm F a s'll Walter toTlary
Vr.rf ii.n .V. v i i ,, a A- aitV. I'tiu ford: attv. ) Spe llssy,303llay..v..ai
Tteeve! A t' t f nr 13 000 SAMI! PROPERTY, July 7, IHO&- San-e to Minnie
WAKinsOTON AvP?lr Mb:i n 131-1 M, 2S Rfnkel: attys. Steinberg. (1 A B, 3- Rny
103 Alexander 3Iahler to German Sav 11Ba' ai.ouu
"i. Arosicln, L ft r, i: uway
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
Title Insured by
Lawyer Title Insurance it Trust Co.
Free to Purchasers
JOSEPH P. DAY, Aocrr
49TII ST. a. 2I. e Madison av. 31.0x75.3. Aug
S. IBVJ-Ueo McCorkle to Bowery Sav Bank:
atty, Jno II line. 83 Wall at ...12,000
SAME riC)lr.RTY, Aug . 1899 Same to same:
ally, same Iis.ouo
FO.X ST, r a. 423.3 n 163th st, 37.8X100. Teb 29. 1913
Thos 11 Holt to Wm W Adams; atty. 1. T I
Co, loo Uway S2.000
LOT 114, map of Marnier estate, Nov 3, 1909
Franz A and Lldwlna Wlttlg to Stuard Realty
Co; atty, T I Co, 133 Hway 2320
8JT1I ST. 311 W. n a. 10x102.2. Dec 31. 1901 Agnes
i:. wife of Alfred Harris, to Metropolitan Sav
Bank: attys. A S A W Hutrhlns, 89 Wall st I1A.0U0
BEGINS at pt on West Farms rd kit J land late
nf Michael Shea, runs s along fence by said
land 137x n w along land of Sanders to West
Furms rd Vlx n e along said road 101 to beg;
begins at t sdj premises to be conveyed anil
land above described, runs s w by stone wall
94x n w along line of fence 131 lo road from
Westchester to West Farms x n e by West
Farms rd .M.3 to land hereinbefore described
x s 97 to beg. May II, I0O7 Rosarla Amelia to
Bernardo and Teresa Scozzofava: atty, Thos
(lagan. rTeverstraw. X, V.. 11.000
SAME PROPERTY. Nov. IA. 1B0-Same to same:
atty, same . $1,000
SAME PROPERTY. Nov 4. 1903 Same to Trances
M()Vonnor;att)-.JnnRHalsey,141 Dway 11.000
DIIOOMF. ST, .143 to 357, s a (Bowery. 140-1481
Occidental Hotel property, mnrtge on lease,
Dec fi. mil Samuel Kahn to Samuel Robert:
atty. HugoR Mack. Temple Court, NYC ,.()
SI ST ST. n s. 122.0 w from n w cor 4th av, 2?.(lx9 e
Nov t5 Albert V. Valentine to Harford
l tiling A Unbt Johnston Hare Powel', trustees,
Ac: atty. Robt J Hare Powell, 18 Cedar st .33.000
LOTS 17 and ts. map Samler estate. Nov 3.10OJ
.leanette M Ockenrton to ntuaru Kealty I n:
atty, T I Co, 135 Bway . al.120
IITS 172-173, same map and date Same tn
same: attv, same 31,0.0
LAFAYrnTK ST, IJa. 2.1x100. May 3. 1910-Aberdeen
Realty Co tx Jas T Pool; attys, Salter A
Strlnkanip. 1 10 Nassau st 59.000
SAMi: PHOPKRTY. May 3. 1810-Same to A
Oldrln Salter s-s.ono
PARHKR AV, 1427, w s. 23x130. Oct M. 1911
f Mil II n tt Pauline Uusch to Annls Moss: atty.
M 1) Moss. t.'rO Nassau st (400
1ST ST, 7 W, n s, 2.S10(.4, Mar 22. 1911 Maud
Hrevoort Prentice to Orphan Asjlum Society,
fltv of N Y: attv. Wilson M Powell. 2 Wall
AV A. 1 12. a e enr 7th si. 23 xs. Feb 28. im
Max M k (iusile Y. Pullman to Cornelius Wnlkes:
atty, i:dw M Burghard. Ill Ilway W0.00O
LOTS 10. 31 and HI, map samler estate. .Nov 3,
llioa-Patrlck Mcdlnn to Stuard Realty Co:
atty. Tl Co. 135 Busy (9tm
21ST ST. n a. no e 10th av. 20xM.. Nov 1. 19a
Jno A Catherine Willis to Ceo A McDowell;
any, Jas i: Carpenler, 0 West Uway M.ouo
Li:.IN(!TON AV, 1037, e s. 17x.a, Sept 1. I90.V
Abraham H Fcurhlwanger A ano to Kllas II
A llermon August, excr, Ac; atty, Morris
fooper, 20 Vesey st 311.000
13TII ST. s s. 31.3 w Av A. 24.3x100.3. Apr II,
1910 Anthony F Scala to American Mort Co:
attys. Rotters A S, 31 Naw.au st 32,000
M ANIDA ST. n e s, M3.g n vi Mfayette av.
S3xlin, Oct Vi. 1903 Robert 0 Wlldnauer lo
Manlda Co; ally. Max C Wlldnauer. 299
218TH ST, being lot 10, map of Wakeflel.l, IO.-.X
III. June II, 1W- lnn F A StanWawa II
Wa?eter to Mary M Guilford; atty, T (i Co.
178 nway . .. &...nno
ASSION.MENT OF MOIITOAOES j
KEESl! m.DU CO to Merman Seeckamn, 2
Mr.NDRUSON, Walter et al, exrB to Aucust
I.cls A ami, trus, n assls $1
K1NGSMAN, Emma, extrx to Emma Klnesman,
4 ats... ,, . $2l,.Vi
PIZEII, John A ano to Herman Schalln, 2
CATTIIS, Emma I! to Hmma I". Caltua $1
LAWYERS! MTllE CO to Barnanl ( nlleje $3i.(l
CITY HEAL ESTATE CO lo Bank for Sav-
1! ATT, Oeo J to Jullcs Turner.. $.l.fil
AMr.KICAN REAL INSTATE CO to Wm L Con-
BIXlDCirTT, Kale to Chas IJorn $ann
HI'IKIl. I'll, John a to Vanne It Rudolph ,$I4.()
KINMAN, Alox I' W to Isabella E K Burn.
ham . . 't-W
ICAH.V. luls L to Maxmiuian Morientnau,
viiimin'ti. Bemhard to Prank Schwartz $100
ORMONI) REALTY CO to l)ald Schwartz. .$17,000
JEITKHSON COUNTY. SAVINGS BANK $,(l)
VA XIAtinA to Aurnsiiis tan luruauu fc. . !
lllliri' Anrlrew tn Harris II t olt
SCHREYKR. John to Morris II Salibert
KIINST, MorlU L to Minnie Fries.. ..
ZINSKR. Mar' to Jacob J Dorn....
DAMS, Caroline r to uwm aiixd
OLIVER, Saul A ano to Ebllne lirewlnr Co $1
DOUBLlilJAY, Kale to Chas J Coyle .. $i,fil
STUART REALTY CO to Chas V Pomes,. $1,120
v V V siTllllllintllAN CO Ol'HR BLUd A IXJAN
i-o . .
nirril fliiKtnvus A. Jr et al to UUSlAVUs A
RnnmiK ST. 31. ror store. Ac Israel Pnllnsliy
m Julius Smith, ii Delancey st, a yrs from
Oct I. 1012; atty. II Koehler ft Co, Mil 1st
av .. .. ll.:o
j.tii wr 1'. store I.ulirt I lora tn l'h lln
iiuarinu, m r. imm ... ..'
mi 2: atty. A P Fitch. 33 Nassau st $.14(1
MOIT ST. 81. all Michael J llergln to Joseph
Laureno. 1S1 aiou si. yr nin rcu i. iwi.
8TH aV.'wiU. all Heniy SchwarxH alder to l.oul
I'lscbrr. u7 8th av. 12 jra from April 1. 1013;
BTH AV, 077. all-'Wm McDonald to Palkllarry,
w II Slenart, HVIt) 3d av. $0.'U
ST ANNS AV, XK, store, ac Herman sturcue
Ill I TCUK isiuucr, - '. J ' " ...
. II.I-- attv. ! J OConne II. P30 Freeman
Li . ... $1.30
48TH ST. .M3 W. store ft part basement' m
Nov I. 1012: atty Edw JIurKhard, III
Ilway . .. . .
(IRANI) ST. 570, w siore I ranees i-iuienuerg
to tiersnnn ucr., "i "i. 'i Ii V,-.
from Nov 13, IBIS, atty. Hy M 1 crtle. 277
Ilway ..... . . i.oo
sorTHHRN BLVD. iv s, 100 s Trntona Park E,
n store- Skcs Realty Co to l ranU L Allen ft
ano, 1228 So Blvd. I" yrs from Oct I, IUI2; atty,
Frank I, Allen. 1280 Ho HUH. .. . . $3,300
iTll ST. 10-14 ' nore, ftc -Ernest F Johnson
in Deni M Moss ft Co. 33 Bond st, S yrs from
Feb 1. 1013; atty, Myron Sulibercer. 38 Park
rnw ..... 7,iVU
1431) ST. IIO 112 W. all-Ray Well to Nathan
Meyrrowltz. 1MB Park av. S yrs from ()cl I,
IBIS ntty. Reuben Cohen, 132 Nassau st. ,M.Bi
trail !iT. m E. stiire-Ulllltv llealtv Co lo Units
MiiJnvlts. 714 Tiffany at, 4ii.yrs from May
Alex Lewis, 1 40 Nassau st
AMSTERDAM AV. a w cor 175th st. 100x150
1' VrntlmUUa ft Son vs Lenta Realty Co, owner
and contractor DM
I W 1 1 j. h nit lAt ITD man U'i!rnlr1 ilWC I I I
WAta AT AUCTION.
BROADWAY, 1538-1540-Pbllfp Ourlan ts Thos
n iimaen, owner; u k Linger, contractor. do
II RATIO ST. 105-107 A C Horn estate of
Eugeno A Hoffman, Inc. et al, owners: lleml
blnue Const Co. contractor sexJII.aA
MADISON AV, 137 Chas F Richardson vs Leo
ncniesmger, owner: l. m iieisnerainger, con
tractor i $75
WEBSTER AV, w s, 200 ft n 1781h at, 100x100
saivatore uaiorlno caws ton const co,
owner audi contractor S476.8U
mi AV. w s, bet 31st and 33d sta Standard
Sand A Cravel Co vs Pennsylvania Tunnel it
Terminal R R Co, owner; Tucker A Vinton, con
SAME I'ROPKHTY-Unlted Building Material
Co vs same $813.08
S3TII ST, 404 W Centre Iron Works vs Borden's
lonucusca miu co, owner; j r taisn a uro,
ITll AV, w s. extending from Slit to S3d sia
Illnkle Iron Co vs Pennsylvania Tunnel A
Terminal R R Co, owners; Tucker A Vinton.
Inc. contractors $171.40
127TI1 ST, 810-823 W A Adlex Co vs Faultless
Construction Co. owner and contractor. .$341.75
S4TII ST. 19 W National Bridge Works vs John
ir Rockefeller, Jr, owber; David M Oltanh
ironworks, contractor $519.77
188TH .ST. 833 E Harry Korp vs Kitchen Im-
firovement Co, owner and contractor $28.40
IOAD WAY. 1676 National Bridge Works
agt John Murtha, owner; Alter J Salo
mon, lessee and contractor $2,346.34
WEST BROADWAY, n w cor Park pi. 13.4X
105.$ Bronx Cut Htono Co agt Milton
Mayer, owner: Queensborough Blue Stona
WEST BROADWAY, n e cor Park pi. 76x
75 Jeannette (Bass Co agt M Is Brown
Printing tt Binding Co. owners; Tucker
& Mnton. sub contractor. $156.25
PROSPECT AV. w r. 156 a Home st. 76x
100 Alfred David Co agt Manhattan Leas
ing to, owner; A xionagur, contrac
tor ( $150
:n st, 30 E I. r Datter agt Henry
Kopllk, owner: Houghton Const Co. con
SATISFIED MECHANICS' LIENS.
BOWERY, 235-39 Cohen Broa ait Sarah
Spector et al, Aux 3, 113 $200
BOWERY. 2$7 Brown Metal Cellini Co
agt same; Sept 3, 11! J114.4
(TH AV. w s. bet llth and 19th sta-
Amerlcnn niower Co ant Oreenhut Co et
al; Am 13. 1910 $510
i.HlllT ST. a s. 50.10 e of tracks of N Y
Boston A Westchester R It. 100x100
Standard rlumbtnK Supply Co aft Finn
A Falk. Inc. et al; Aug 10. 1912, .,.$900
uiiik av, e s, io.it a or tracks or .N Y,
Boston A Westchester R It Same axt
same. Auk 10, 1912 $700
5ETII ST. 231-40 w J II Drew A Bro act
Leander S Sire et al; .Tan 31, 112.. 1176
IV AV, 1325 John I Johnson act Mary
.iir.-Mcnoias; dune s. ml. SI4Z. z
A.iir. riiui-r.iti i jonnson meaaon i
Robert A Johnson; June 11, 1111. .$239
BEACH ST. ts Mary Anna C Riley v Jose
phlne N Shedd et at (partition); atty.
W c Arnold.
ALL RKJIITS. title. Interest, Ac to build
Inns, machinery, Ac, covered by mortgage
recorded Feb 20. 1907 .Metropolitan Trust
Co of the City of N Y is Lone Acre Elec
tric LlsJit A Power Co et al (foreclos of
mix): attys, Carter, l.edvsnl ii Jlllburn.
1ST AV. a o cor lllth st. It. 11x75 Gwlady
C Ilarber va Joseph I. Schwartx et al
(foreclos of mtc): atty. J M Allen.
118TH ST, 140 ft w 3d av. 10x161.4 x Irrei
Seymour Realty Co va Virginia Wood t al
(foreclos of mt); attys, Kurzman A
LF.XINOTON AV, 1204 The Emigrant Ind
Sav Bank vs Julia Vreeland, axtrx, et al
(foreclos of mtc) ; attys. ItiEJ O'Onrman.
EAST HOUSTON HT, a s, 40 ft e llnerck st.
20x76 Ellxa ( Farnham va Rose Messer
et al (foreclos of nit); atty, W R Adams.
2311 ST, 12$ and 130 E Staley Electric Kle
ator A Machine Co va Rita Bldtr Co et al
(action to foreclose mechanic's lien); atty.
127TH HT. n s. 2S2.I ft w Bway, 100x162.!
The John C Orr Co vs Faultless Const Co
tt al (foreclos of tntf); atlyi, Atwater A
lltTH ST. n s. 120 ft e Manhattan av, !5x
100.11 Central Trust Co of N r va James
Hunter McIIeffey et al (foreclos of mtc);
attys, Jollne, I.arkln & Rathbone.
DIVORCES HAYDEN TALBOT.
Referee, rteeommenda Alimony for
PUrwrUht'a Wife and Child.
warren Ielle an referee filed a report
in tho Supreme Court yesterday recom
mending a decree of divorce for Mrs. Bene
dict Hrlstow Talbot from Harden Tulbot,
a playwright. The refereo recommended
looo' a year alimony for Mrs. Talbot and
loo a ear for he support of their seven
yoar-old daughter. Relay Rich Talbot,
The Talbots vera married in U0J.
'I he referee found that the playwright
was guilty of misconduct In May. 1011, on
tne nieoiiiur Ancou ui tne i-anama line
with a woman whose identity ivils not
learned, but who was described as having
nine eyea nnu nara nuir.
LINERS BUFFETED IN GALES.
I.aronlsii Manchlnnenl and Cymbe
line Han Into Heavy f4eaa.
Nearly all the ships docking yesterday
had sUirles nf gales and heavy seas that
they had passed through, The Ijironla
was buffeted nhotit by westerly and south
easterly gales on her trip from Liverpool,
The mptnin of nf thn Manchloneal of the
United Fruit Company from Kingston said
that his ship ran into a storm last, Saturday.
lie reports an extremely neavy sea. i lie
Maiii'hlnneal iuiw nothing of the sinking
steamer Nowesa that was being towed
Thn Cymbellne from Tendon also en
countered heavy going during tht) entire
passage, as did (he llermudlan.
Father Who Shot Roy Itrleased.
Buffalo, Nov, 4, John O, Ouenther, the
Orchard Park farmer, confined In thn Jail for
shooting his nine-year-old son accidentally,
was released to-day following an lnquetu
WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET.
The Fireproof Hotel of New York. Rate of fire in
surance one-fifth of one per cent.
' Room, with ndjolnlnrf bath $1.50
Room, with private bath 2.00
Suites, parlour, bedroom and1 bath 3.50
and upward. AH outside rooms.
Special Rates by the Month and Season.
To lease by the year, handsomely furnished Apartments.
Parlour, bedroom and bath $900
Parlour, two bedrooms and bath 1,200
Parlour, three bedrooms and bath 1,500
Larger Suites, with two to four baths, $3,000 to $5,000.
Restaurant a to Carte and Table d'Hotc.
Club Breakfasts. Write for Coloured Map R of New York.
CITY REAL ESTATE.
on Improved Real Estate
In Greater New York will
be considered and quickly
acted on by
LAWYERS TITLE INSURANCE
AND TRUST COMPANY
SURPLUS - - 0,600,000
160 BreeaWvay, lfcw York.
B.88 Meataarae Street. Brooklyn
SST Paltaa Street. Jamaica.
BROADWAY & 103D ST.
Owners having West Side prop
erty, laree or small. WHO WANT
RESULTS, should communicate
BOND AND MORTGAGE DEPT.
SS LIBERTY ST., COR. NASSAU.
Horace S. Ely & Co.
11 Liberty St. 27 W. 0th St
TO LET FOR BUSINESS ruRrosES.
TO LEASE WITH POSSESSION
Rent to Start February 1.
38-44 West 21st St.
Store and Basement, 07x02.
4th and 5th l.ofts. 87 x02.
Steam Beat and Elevator Service on Sundays.
121-125 W. 17th St.
Store and Basement, 75x93 each.
28-30-32 W. 22 D ST.
Store, Basement, 1st and 4th Lofts. 33x100.
Also Lofts. 23x100. 50x100. 83x100.
Office and Salesrooms -with ftkylight.
NO MANUFACTURING IN THE LAST
NAMED BUIl.UINOS. WILL MAKE CON
CESSION TO CiOOII TENANTS.
U SACHS, 23 W. 2211 ST.
Full commission to brokers.
M ON AH AN BUILDING
ai-aaa West iHth si.
New 13 story fireproof loft structure, with
all up-to-date Improvements and conveniences.
MOW RI1AUT FOR OCCUPANCY. Located
In the heart of the creat wholesale and retail dry
goods and woollen district and only nve minutes
from Penn. Terminal. For further Information.
MONAHAN EXPRESS CO.. Owners, 01 Green
TABLET TO NEWARK'S FOUNDER
A bronze tablet In memory of Oov. Robert
H. Treat, founder of Newark, was un
veiled yesterday on the site of the new
Kinney Building- at Broad and Market
street that city. The tablet waa placed
on the temporary fence around the titiliu
Ing and will he transferred to the front of
the finished building.
The exercise uttendlnc the unveillnff
vrero held in tne om nm rresoyienan
Church, a ehort block nway, -Miss fiull
Treat, daimhtor of Charles II. 1 real, former
rreaaurer of tne t.nitea ntntert, v. no wan
u linen) (leHcpnilant of (iov. 'lroat. rend H
historical iiaperon hi" life. Addresse wero
made by Mayor llaussllnir, Prchlilent .Iiiiiich
'laafe of the Hoard of Education und I'rt'Hl
dent Curtisa it. Ilurnott of llm Hoard of
'I rude. A commitlen of two children from
each public echool in tne city toon part
in tho pxprcises. The Inscription on the
tablet hcIr forth that Robert 'I real was the
dominant epirit In tho settlement of Npwark
in IBilo nnu eiiose lor ni noiim inn mei on
which thn new htilldlnir ie in connie of con-
atriictlnn and that the tablet wuh act up by
the rtchoolmerTH mi), ukhihioh ay tno
children of tho Newark pulillo schools.
Newark any, November 4, iou,
BODY AND SEVERED HEAD FOUND
Slajna That MIsalnK Albanian Was
Kilted for Ilia Money 3 Months Age,
Saco, Me,, Nov. 4. The body of Aaln
Pheljoula. an Albanian, was found to-day
In a Rtrlo of vroods near the Saco JUver.
The head had been severed and It lay on
the ground near by. ....
Pheljoula and another Albanian were
een tnirntiinr on the river bank on August
4. The companion had a large sum of
money on the night of Pheljoula s disap
pearance, lie left this country on the fol
lowing lnv for Albaniu. .No money wan
found on the body. A revolvernnd n money
belt which I'hcljouhi carried tire mlsslnc,
NEW JEttSEY NOTES.
Oenrrs'M. Ilammel. proprietor ef two mo
tion picture theatres, one In Orsnre and the
other In Morrlslown, who disappeared on Sat
urday morning from his home in Orange, la
Charles Tchlmbke, 4 years old. whose par.
enta live at 111 East Pierpont svenue, Ruth
erford, died at his homo yesterday of burns
suffered on Sunday when his clothes caught
nr from a Hallowe'en lantern.
As the result nf being struck by an auto
mobile on Saturday nlxlit John C. Aalllnrcr,
an agod farmer nf Maunlnclon, died there on
Mil nil The occupanta of the car put on
speed 'and disappeared after hitting him.
A free dispensary for the treatment nf lunr
diseases, a branch of the Hudson county clluto
lor treating tuberculosis, was opened yester
day In Hayonne, The Institution Is In ch.irgo
of Miss MnnoRhan, formerly of the liuyonnu
vteven men who were tranned bv fire In a
tailor shop on the second floor of 23 and ,10
Mercer sireel, Messrs, yesirruar niaue ineir
es.'spn by Jumping ironl winuowa inrnucn
names ana cuilins ni sinosr. mi ni infill
landed on muddy ground and ailffeieil only
minor outs and bruises. The damage was
A public mausoleum Isrgs enough tn
1,000 bodies will lie erected In Falrm
Cemetery In Newark If a proposition to lm
submitted to the trustees nf the cemetery as
sociation Is accepted. Crypts and viiulta will
be sold to tho public. Thomas N. MrCarler,
nM.IH.nt nf thn Piihlln Herrlre Cnrnnrullnn.
and prominent financiers at Newsrk and Now
Tern art uwssiea ia av pivtss.
5th Av. and 45th St.
Apartments, Furnished and
Unfurnished, for Season and
Suites and Rooms with Bath
Restaurant a la Cart.
GEORGE C. HOWE
of Equinox House,
S. W. Cor. Madison Ay. and 28th St., offers
a few desirable suite or parlor, bedroom
and bath. At very attractive prioea by
ma season or year.
i-lAVAKD PURCHAS. Manager.
J.i:i-13T nest 47th
Throaah to 4Sth 144.
.Ml,!.. n MNlataS.
Kxreptlonally furnished apartmentt, srIMi Pri
vate bath, from $10 to 310 per week. Two room
Suites, $ta to $24 per week. Traaslent rate
Room, with private bath, from tl.SO per day up-
IIOHACr. H. SHARES; Prop.
170 WK9T 14TII f4T.
Two blocks from express ttatloai at
rabwar or elevated; a new family hotel;
ver 300 rooms, exceptionally large aad
light: unusual closets: suites of every site:
reatals from $400 per annum; rented enly
by the year, unfurnished.
Above 14th Ht.. West Side,
468 RIVERSIDE DRIVE
7-S-O Rooms, 3 Baths.
1.300 e ai.eHHi.
Fireproof bulldlnr; finest section of the Drive,
Apply aupi.. on premises, or
MoVICKAR 6AILLAR0 REALTY CO
MAIN OFFICE, 43 BROADWAT.
444 4lumhus At., near Mist Hu
Telephone 0282 Schuyler.
I.ONO ILANI) KK.it, ESTATE FOR SALE.
Who said there was no money la
Iflfl feet front SlBn interns
IUU feet deep IUM ti siit
KOnly a few at this pricef
C D 5f) Monthly
South Shore Long Island. About one hour
out. Nrar the Bay. Many trains a day.
Free Excursion Tickets
Wednesday Saturday Sunday
Apply or write at once.
W.H.Moffitt Realty Go.
.'14th St. and Madison Ale.
Estates of Creat Neck
4ioierned by Mouse Rule.
Being Incorporated as a Village In Itself.
3d minutes fiom Manhattan.
Lxpress service lo Penn, Terminal.
Our masarlne descriptive of the wonderful
development of Ixing Island, also a catalogue
of hnites. ent free on request.
Mcknight realty co.
Phone sa.il Mad. 47 Fifth Ave.
Homes of Distinctiveness
for People of Refinement
CRAOMKRI A community settlement where
every one has an acre or half acre. Complete
homes for as low aa 34.0OU. 55 minutes from
LAUCHMONT PARK, On-the-Sound. (5 min
utes rrom Grand Central Station; for people
Interested In water sports.
FA1RMOUNT HianilTS. 24 minutes out:
large plots with all Improvement; artlitlo
home, complete, 14.500.
COCNTIIY HOME LEAGUE,
NEW JEKSET REAL ESTATE FOE BALE.
7-R00M HOUSE FOR SALE
Price 55,000, on easy terms, on one
half acre plot, located In mountains of
New Jersey, less than one hour from
N. Y. City, Near express station on D.
L. A W, It. 11. , and near chain of lakea.
llcallli-glilng air, unexcelled location,
midst congenial neighbors.
Write for picture and Boor plans.
Address Opportunity. P. O. Box
.'III I, New York City.
,N ATTHACTIVK HOilK at Hose Villa: newest
design; seven rooms and storage room: brand new
linuse; just completed: every possiDIo conven
ience: Ineludlne sun narlors. vacuum cleaners.
built-in bookcases, electricity, steam, special
ivntll.illon: bcaulirul futures, handsome decors
Hons, hnrdnnnd throughout; large garden: rental
553. Immediate possession. FlilsY A FIUST,
Managing Agents. 73H Broad St.. Newark, N, J,
BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN FOE SALE.
DKS1RAI1I.1? two family house, lmnrovements.
a;i, 7i: aiuu itnwn; ia i.asi wq si.; asut mid av.
urooi.iyn. .11 ii;iiiam, is; tirrenwicn, Man
battan. 401H Cutilandl: Bin W, Prospect.
It HAL ESTATE FOR KXCUANfJE.
MY FI.F.fl ANT two family brlok house, Borough
Park, will exchange for lots; build on. F, POST',
llij.1 n.'l si., liliH-ntyii,
CONNECTICUT REAL ESTATE.
ONE eighty-three acre, fully equipped with
iduii anu puski inn.rrDuin uuusv ana two oamS,
nuiiiw as uuiuumisi waiuagiero.
THE PROPF.TtTY ANt FRANCHISES OF THB
CENTRE AND CLEARFIELD STREET RAIL
. By virtue of the power and authority vested
In said Trustee by a certain morlirace made hy
the Centre and ClearRrld Street Hallway Com
pany, a comorailnn nraanlced and ealsltnff under
I the laws of the Slate of Pennsylvania, wherein
I). Shelly Klnss Is Trustee, bearlnc dale the First
j day nf July, 1903. and recorded In thn office for
recoraing ot needs in centre county, rennsyi
vanls, In Morttaie Bonk No. 27, raze 5.19, and
In the office for recording of deeds In Clearfield
county, Pennsylvania. In Mori rate Hook No. 18,
I page 32, and by virtue nf all and eirry power
aim auiuoriiy in sain i rusiee in anywisn vcnioi
by said mortiare tn this behalf enabllnc, will
offer at Public Sale at the office of the Centre and
Clearfield Street Railway Company, corner of
Front and Presquelsle streets. In the borotuth of
Phlllpsburg. county tt Centre and State of Penn
sylvania, on Saturday, the lath nay of Notember.
1012. at 10 o'clock A, M.. all the property, real,
personal and mixed, and assets of the said The
Centre and Clearfield Street Railway Company
and the franchises nf ssdl enrnnratlon. tn wit!
All the real estate, railways, tight of way
and property of the said Company, Including,
Inter alia, the railways and rictus of way bounded
and described as follows;
Beginning at a point in the public roan, or tiain
Street of the village of Wlnburne, Cooper town
ship, Clearfield county, Pennsylvania, at the
store of the Central Trading Company, said store
oeing also tne post omce or sain village oi iv in
burne; thence by. the said public road or Main
street. In a generally southerly direction to near
the public school building; thence by private right
of way through lands of Andrew Worsham,
James Almes, Andrew Breznock and John W,
nail tn a crossing or welsh itun anil a crossing or
the tracks of the Wlnburne Branch of the New
York Central and Hudson River Railroad tracks;
thence In a generally westerly direction by public
road and following the general direction of the
neecn i;reea nivision ot ine iiew ora uenirai
and Hudson llliee lullrnad tn a nolnt near the
Hommervllle tipple: thence In the same general
direction, but passing through the lands nf Harry
Smeal, Samuel Coldberg. Fred, Kallander, and
Moses uarnnKie to a point in ine same puouc man
aforementioned: thence following the same gen
eral direction on said public road to a point nrar
ine scnooi House; tnence leaving ine puouc roan
and passing through lands of o. L. Schoonover,
Calvin Pardee, and O. L. Schoonover again to a
nolnt In the nuhllc mad In the lllare nf Munsons.
Morns townsnip, nearnrin county, nuisrrni io
the Station ot the New York Central and Hudson
River Railroad: thence alone said public road or
Main street in said Milage ot iuunsnnsin a general
northwesterly flirtation to the west end ot said
village; mence in aame general airecuon, passing
thrnnrh lands of Calvin Pardee. D. DoUBiass.
crossing the tracks of the New York Central and
nuason llivrr itanroaa ami uiroiinii lauus u
Wilbur Douglass and Mrs. Sheddack to a point In
nuhile road learilncr from Munsons to AllDort:
thence on said public road In a westerly direction
to near west line or lands or Andrew nessicK;
thence by lands of Andrew llesslck, Thomas
.I. I T. ....... tt'lltl.m II m m ...I
Lfvavuu, t-nmica ticu . itiiuu. i-iu. ,-
entlne Let: ran. William Utts. and John Trucan,
to tne public roaa leaning rrom Aiipori to Morns
dale, and at a point about 300 feet west of where
said road crosses the tracks of the New York
Central and Hudson River Railroad: thence by
said punuo roaa leaning xrnm Aiipori to moitis
dale. In a treneral southwesterly direction passing
villages of Oal'erove and Waytown. to a point In
said road In lllsre of Morrlsdale, which Is about
300 feet west ot the Morrlsdale Mlnrs Station of
the New York central ano itunson inver itanroaa;
thence In a general southerly direction passing
through lands of McConvllle Heirs, William Bond,
I). M. Malnes, Frank Walklns. Thomas Nicholson,
John tilll and Morrlsdale Coal Company to a
point about two feet northeast nf the Morrlsdale
store: thence In an easterly and southerly direc
tion by lands ot Pardee and Ashman Estate,
William Chllcote, Joseph Nicholson, Sr., George
Harper, the Ashcroft Churchyard, and Peale,
i'siv.r inn rverr in tne vinarr ui imwK nun nnu
the crossing of the Phlllpsburg Branch of the
rtew iora lenirsi anu iiuusun nivrr iwinroau;
thence In a general southerly direction through
lands nf the Hale Estate. Phlllpsburg Coal and
Ijind Company; thence crossing Moshannon
Creek Into Rush township. Centre county and con
tinuing through lands of the Casanova Estate.
Johnson Cullln Estate. Timothy Harding, Samuel
rnnnwiv. Oenrre Adams and Waller Ilalllntr to a
point on the Loch Imond road: thence on said
roaa IO a point opposite mr i u.mic oinio iius.
nitap thence bv lands of the Cot tare Stale IIos.
nitai and Fred. Smith and crossing bubllc road
and Cold Stream Creek and In the borough of
Phlllpsburg on lanas or i nc l en ire ana uiear
eld Street Railway Company to a point In Pine
street: thence through tne Dorougn of Phlllps
burg by I'lne street to renin street; renin street
to Snruce street: Spruce street to Front street:
Vrnni street tn Manle atreet: bv Manle street
crossing the Moshannon ( reek into tne village of
Chesternlll. township of Decatur, Clearfield
emin v. tnenee nv vtaiion aircei in unesierni i
to Decatur street and pulillo road past villages
of Cuba Mines ana i.earnarivuie io near i.ear'
hsriviiieSehnol house: thence In a renerat south
easterly direction by publlo road leaving the
Kevstnne mil ano DVDnvaie rirntorwav inrourn
the John Gearhart, Andrew (iearbart and Robert
Hudson tracts to top ot Keystone Hill, thence In a
Kneral westerly direction by private right of way
rnni-h the tracts of David Cearhart. Andrew
Gearhart, John Hughes and r.HJah Reese to near
the coal operation known as F.mplre No. II:
thence In a general southerly direction and pass
Ingnear villages ot Dranr, Laurel Itun and Stump
Town and through the tracts of Richard Hughes,
Berwind ivniieuoai Mining company ano otners
to the Intersection of lllancnard street and Second
Avenue In the borough of Osceola: thence on
Blanchard street to Coal street: Coal street to
r.llrabeth street: F.llrabelh street to Sarah street:
Sarah street to Borough line; thence In a general
weaterlv direction thrnurh Decatur townshln.
across lands of the Klttannlng Coal Company to
an Intersection wun ine puntic roaa leaning irom
ncrents in llntitrdale: thence In a southwestern-
direction on said public road and by lands of
Klttannlng Coal Company, Brlsbln A Good,
Christ I'ler'in, John iialum, David Cartwrlght
and Charles 11. Rowland tn Moshannon Station:
thence In a westerly direction again by lands of
said Charles II. Rowland, II. T. Shllllngford.
Charles Johnston. Sterling Coal Company and
publlo road in wooawara townsnip. to noutz
dgle borough: thence by an alley to end ot Con
tinental atreet near Brlsbln street: thence by
Continental street to borough lloe; thence In
Woodward township again by an alley and private
rlpht nf wav to nuhllc road leadlnr from tloutz-
dale tn Ramcy: thence In a Wf sterly and southerly
direction along said publlo road to Ullage of
u-.i,lav , h n in s ffn.l smilhertv rilri-tlnn
Jby private tight of way io Main street In village
or ll est Hosnannou: tnence souineriy on siain
atreet and hr lands of Reading. Hlchcv and Wal
lace and 1). K. Harney In Gullch townshln to Inter
section of the two main streets In village of Ramey
at null nmre.
Also six lots or Pieces of ground situate In Centre
county, Penna., and recorded In the Recorders
office In said county, respectively In Deed Books
7io. 10s page zva, AO, liu page rv, .-to. va page iva,
Nn. 119 nare 347. No. 03 pare 21. No. 113 pare A33.
No. 00 page 113, and also, all that certain siding
inclUuing rignta or way anu an materials oi ever
kind and description In connection therewll
linnwn as the Uunson Sldlnr. TOCFTHKIt wit
all and singular the htilldlnas. machinery, shaft
Inn. enetnes hollers, oumns. dvnamo machlnrs.
tools, fixtures, csrs, poles, wires, rails, railroad
ties, and other appurtenances, constructed or in
nrnress nf ronstruetlon. on the real estate and
rights of way hereinbefore described or referred
to. or constituting In connection therewith the
plant of the company, It being the Intention Herein
IO inciuoe as pari mi iiic irai r.iair nn ur uumi
lnrs. machinery, tools, cars and appliances con
structed or used thereon as part of said plant,
and together also, with all and singular the estates
real and personal, lands, waters, rights of way,
easements, rls-htft. liberties, nrlvlleres. franchises
hereditaments and appurtenances, now owned by
tne saia company tor ine purpose ni consirucuon,
maintaining and operating Its railways and plant,
sni4 all the enrnnrite franchises of thn said Com
pany, as well at law as tn equity, in and to the
same and everv nart and narcel thereof.
The above property Is now and has been for
some years last past ia active ourraiion ueiwrrn
phiiinshurv. Centre countv. Penna- and Wln
burne, Clearfield county, Penna.. a distance of
approximately 13 mues, witn cars, roies, wires,
power stations, power bouse and equipment com
TERU3 or SALE.
The Trustee reserves the right to relect anr and
all bids. The Trustee may require a bidder to
deposit wun tne Trustee in casn iut. 01 nis ma as
a guarantee ot good faith, which amount In case
of purchase may be applied towards the purchase
nrtre. and in the event of the Trustee exerclslne
this privilege, the bid may be declined until the
Trustee's demand la complied with by the bidder.
Ten per cent, ot the purchase price shall be paid
10 me 1 rusire at iiic nine mn ifiuiiri!) is siiocsru
rinwn to the bidder, and the balance of ninety ner
cent, shall be paid within ten days thereafter, or
upon delivery of the deed ot said property by the
Trustee. In oaae the nronerty Is knocked down
to the mgnesi oiaaer woo acciines. or is unaDie
in accent or make rood his bid. the Dronertv may
be awarded by the Trustee to the next highest
bidder. The purchaser or purchasers shall be
entitled in making payment 01 me purcnase pnee
to turn In and use any of the bonds and coupons
secured Dy tne Mortgage 01 ine Lenire ana near
field Street Hallway Company, dated July 1st,
IB03, men maturea ana unpaia lowaras ine pa
ment nf the nurchase nrlce. reckoning said bom
and coupons for said purpose, st a sum equal lo
and not exceeding that which would bn payable
out of the net proceeds of said sale, to the holders
of said bonda and coupons so turned In, as would
be ineir snare upon a aue accounting concerning
said net proceeds and a due apportionment and
distribution thereto, and after allowing for the
proportion of payments which the Trustee shall
require to be paid In cash for the expenses of the
trust and or the sale, or other lawrui purposes
ir any dispute arises or mere snsu do tiouoi as u
the amount to be credited on account of bond
and coupons, the same shall be determined by the
(Signed) Tl. snULLF.Y KLOSS. Trustee.
OEO, W. ZKIOLUR, Attorney, Tyrone, Pa.
pniupsDiirg, l a,
October 1st, 1013.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
Well Lighted and Handsomely
Furnished rooms. Hotel sen Ice,
Llevatnr, Flccltlo Light.
(5. (A, 17 per week.
IIS. 11J. 514 with meals.
15 TO 10 I5AST 11TII ST.
23D ST.. 252 WF.ST- Newly furnished, large
rrom room; an conveniences; iieaicu; private,
MacUAiti 11 1.
SITUATIONS WANTED FKMALEa.
HOUSKWORK-Kxperlenced colored girls,
good rooks; pnone, itiversiae s.itd. roots
A gency. 203 west nam,
n ARDWARK and tin business; established over
50 years, on Main at., Saugerlles-on-tne-Hudson;
will sell for Inventory: 111 health causes sale. A p.
jly to ojJ- JAMK3 RUSSELL, 227 Main ll.
THE WEATHER FORECAST
WASHINGTON rRKDICTIONS FOH
TO-DAY AND TO-MOTlitOW.
For eastern Tftsvr York, elondy In
nnrlhern and fair anil warmer In
onthern portion to-day fair lo
in iirrmv I brisk nnthwrat winds.
For northern New England, cloudy and
warmer to-day; fair to. morrow! moderate lo
brisk south and southwest winds.
For southern New England, fair and
warmer lo-day; fair to-morrows moderate
to brisk southwest winds.
For New Jersey, fair and wanner to-day;
fair to-morrow; moderate to brisk south and
NEW YORK. Nov. B. Part of a moderately
low pressure area embraced the north central
Stales yesterday and had Its centre over western
Ontario, and the pressure was comparatively
low over the northern States westward to the
There was some cloudiness In the central valleys
and lake regions, but tittle or no precipitation,
Light snow fell In Montana and light rain tn
the north Pacific section.
Elsewhere the weather was generally fair.
An area ot high pressure central on the Atlantic
Const covered all sections westward Into the
lower lake regions and southwest over all the
It was colder In Montana, Wyoming. Idaho and
Colorado and freezing temperatures covered
parts of the Northwestern States and southward
Into Arizona and New Mexico.
It was below freezing also In New England,
eastern and central New York and In West Vir
ginia and parts of adjacent States.
It was warmer In all sections east of the Rocky
Mountains, except New England.
In this city the day was fair and wanner: wind,
fresh to brisk southwest: average humidity, 61
per cent.: barometer, corrected to read to tt
level, at A. 31., 80.31: 3 P. M 30.50.
The temperature In this city yesterday, at re
corded by the official thermometer, is shown In
the annexed table:
1912. tail. 1013.
A. M 43 3ft S P. II 4ft
M 47 43 I) P. U 4
P. M 33 4ft" 1 13 Mid 4
lowest temperature, 35', at 7:10 A. M.
MINIATURE ALMANAC THIS DAT.
AMI nil Aaf
Sun rises... 6:31 Sun sets 4:JMoon rises 240
HIGH WATER THIS DAY.
ill I AMI AM
LOW WATER THIS DAY.
AUt ah I mt
Sandy irk.loso(iov.Islsnd..ir.ioHelI Gate... 1:31
Arrived MONDAY, November 4.
Ss Deutschland, 11:13 A. M Hamburg, October
Ss Laconla. 10 Jo A, M Liverpool, October 2a.
Ss Coamo, 7 A, At.. San Juan, October 30.
Ss Cymbellne. 11:43 A. M London, October IT.
ss ifocnamoeau. u:iz a. .m uavre. uciooer n.
Ss Seminole. 11:15 A. M.. Turks Island, October
:. . . . .
ss Allemannia, 4 r. M.. inagua, uctoDer si. .
Ss Lennox, .1 P. M.. Algiers, October 17,
Ss Mlnnrtonka, 0:53 P. M London, October 2a.
Ss Yasarl, 11 P. M Barbados, October 39.
Ss Nnordam. 11:20 P. M.. Rotterdam.Oetober it.
Sh Mooicviueo, 11:37 A. M., vera crux, ueioner
Sa Pastern Prince.
30 A. M Pt,
Ss llermudlan. 11: A. M.
Sail To day.
1000 A M
3 00 P M
10 00 A M
900 A M
4 00 P U
Clement, Barbados 0 CO A M
Nleuw Amsterdam, R'dam
United Slates, Cbristlans'U
City of Atlanta, Savannah
DrumeJlffe. Montevideo BOO AM
Caracas. San Juan SO AM
Metapan, Kingston 0 so a M
Mayaro. Trinidad 10 00 AM
nermuuian, uermuaa iztxiai
ICals'n Aug. Victoria, Ham'ff
Nueces, Galveston, .
'roteus. New Orleans
rlncess Anne, Norfolk
Sail Thursday, November 7.
Kror rlns. Ceellle, Bremen, a so AM
I' jvence. Havre 7 00AM
Celtic. Liverpool ft 30 A M
Singapore. Buenos Ayres... A 00 AM
Morro Castle, Progreso, ... 0 0OAM
Altemannla, Inagua I CO P M
'. or loiumoua. navannan
Barbados Oct. 1
Gslveston Oct. 2
.Swansea Oct. IS
Antwerp Oct. 2
.Almerla Oct. 2H
.New Orleans Oct. SO
.Galveston Oct. 2a
.Cherbourg Oct. SO
.Hamburg Oct. IS
.Gibraltar Oct. 2A
,1'lr.Tus Oct. 17
.Galveston Oct. S
.Hal ana Nov, i
.Trinidad Oct. 2
Port l.lmon Oct. H
.Norfolk Nov. 4
Savannah Nov. 2
iTincrsa Anne... .
City of Columbus
Bremen Bremen Oct. 2a
New York Quecnstown Oct. St
Michigan Antwerp oct. zi
Laura Almerla Oct. 2S
Prlnr. Slglsmund Colon Oct. 2s
Thames Kingston Nov. t
Hamilton Norfolk .1.0 v. a
Due Thursday. November 7.
. Oct. 2
. .Santa Maria .
. . .New Orleans..
II y Marconi Wireless.
Ss Bremen was MO miles east ot Sandy Hook at
12 M yesterday.
Movements of Naval Vessel.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 4. The movements of
naval vessels: The cruiser Nashville baa arrived
at IlluefJelds, the collier Prometheus at Saunas
Bay, the supply ship Celtic at Lynn Haven Bay,
the battleships Virginia, Georgia, North Dakota
and South Carolina at southern drill grounds.
the destroyers Jouett, Jenkins, Fanning and
Brale at Norfolk, the collier Sterling at New
London, the station ship Hartford at Charleston,
the transport Prairie and dklller Osar at Santo
Domingo city, the battleship Illinois at BostonIlls
battleships Kansas and Rhode Island at Rock
land, Me., the torpedo boat Strlnghara at Hamp
ton Roads, the battleship Ohio at Rockland, Ma.,
the gunboat Vlcksburg at San Diego, the cruiser
Colorado at San Juan del Sur, the battleship
Utah at southern drill grounds and the tug Pon
llac at Newport.
The gunboat Paducah bas sailed for Porte-
mouth for Hampton Roads, the collier Arethusa
from Norfolk for Port Arthur, Tex., thebattleshlp
Minnesota from southern drill grounds to assist
ance ot disabled steamer, the battleships Idaho
and Vermont from Southern drill grounds to
assistance of disabled steamer, the battleship
Michigan from southern drill grounds to assist
ance of disabled schooner, the gunboat Wheeling
from Sanchez for Puerto Plata, the destroyers
Paul Jones and Preble from Sausallto for San
Pedro, the battleship Delaware from Rockland
for Hampton Roads and the cruiser Maryland
f rom Acapulco f or Co rlnto.
Army and Jimry Orders,
WASHINGTON, Nov. 4. These army orders
were issued to-day:
First Lieut. J. (!. Tavlor. Eighteenth Infantry.
detailed to Signal Corps, vice First Lieut, W. C.
Jones, Slcnal Corps, relieved.
l.irm. 1 ff '. iu rin 1 1,1.1 an uimu iu viwia
nf the Signal Corns general sunnlv deoot. Lieut.
Jones lo the Eighteenth Infantry.
These navy orders were luuedi
Commander 1). K, DlsmuVes, to Inspector ef
ordnance nl Crump A Sons and New York Sulp
uulldlng Company, Camden, N. J.
Lieutenant-Commander W. McDowell, to Ports
Llrulenant-Commander O, P, Nelson, from
command of the Mayrant and third group torpedo
flotilla. Atlantic deel to the Illinois as First Lieu
Lieutenant-Commander J. R. Brady, from
the New Jersey to home for orders.
Urutrnant-Contmamler Raymond Stone, from
Portsmouth yard to ihe New Jersey as First
Lieutenant II. T. Dyer, from the Drayton ts
mc annn Carolina.
EnsUns I). B. Hawleysnd J.L. Nlelson.from thet
South Dnkota'ln the Buffalo.
Ensign II. F. D. Davis, from the Mayrant to tbs
Ensign F. A. Daubln, from the North C4sT4as
te Dm Caattne for submtrlnt luiracUsa,