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THE SON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
r.sTTE AT AUCTION.
Now That Wilson is Elected
Let's Get Down to Business
BUSINESS IS MAKING a living and some money besides for
THE BEST WAY to make money without risk is to take advan
tage of an opportunity to pick up a bargain at a Forced
Sale of Real Estate along or near Broadway.
THE CITY is growing so quickly northward that you are
bound to make money.
That is the way the big fortunes have been made.
GO LOOK AT THE FORSTER-SCHMITT PROPERTIES
464 Lots and 9 JDwcllings
Broadway, 258th to 261st Street, Riverdale Ave.
and adjacent Avea. and Sta., OPPOSITE VAN CORTLANDT PARK
MUST BE SOLD at Public Auction
Tuesday, Nov. 12th, 1912, at 11 A. M.
At the Exchange Salesroom Titlee
14 Vesey Street
70 on Mortgage
REAL ESTATE MARKET.
East Side Dwelling Disposed Of
Other Transactions Reported.
EAST 79TH STREET. Henry D. Wi
nans & May have sold for the Cabot
Real Kslato Company 104 East Seventy-ninth
street, a four atory and
basement dwelling on lot 20x84, lo
cated 40 feet east of Park avenue.
Tho buyer will occupy the house.
The property Is directly opposite the
seventeen frtory apartment house
now In course of construction by Bins
WEST 49TH STREET. John T. Wall
and John K. Moors have sold the Ave
story and basement tenement at 318
West Forty-ninth street, facing the
building of the New York Transpor
tation Company, for Louise Hewlett
to Von Olahn Bros, for investment.
The Mclnerney-Kllnck Realty Company
has sold the building at the southeast
corner of Seventh avenue and Forty-ninth
street, on lot 25x100, to a client for occu
pancy. The consideration was $18,000.
SALES IN MANY SECTIONS.
Henry Loeffler reports the following
transactions: He has sold the Oriental
Hotel, at Floral Park, I.. I., covering a plot
100x160, for John G. Hess, to a client, who
Rave In part payment the four story apart
rrent house at 169 Howard avenue, corner
of Balnbridee street. This sale aggre
gated about $54., 600. He also sold tho
river front hotel at Mariner's Snug Har
bor, Staten Island, to John Mortsse, and
two lots, 40x100, at Bound Brook, N. J.,
for $1,500 ; also a plot, looxlBO, at Me
tuchen. N. J., for John Morisse, for $900,
to a client; the two story residence on
plot 80x100 on Emerson avenue, near Jeri
cho turnpike. Floral Park, for John G.
Hess, to Stephen Burkard, for $9,000, and
a second mortgage of $4,000 in part pay
ment for the two double brick flats at
134S and 1352 Hancock street, Brooklyn,
UOrT BUILDINGS LEASED.
n. E. Johnson, heading a syndicate
which Includes J. J. Adams and J. W.
Grcacen. has leased from the Wltthaus
estate 684 Broadway, a twelve story store
nnd loft building, on plot 41.2x130, at the
northeast comer of Great Jones street.
The syndicate has also leased 36 and 38
Hast Twentieth street, an eight story
building, on plot 40x92. The leases are
for ten years, with an eleven year renewal
privilege. Tho rental of 684 Broadway has
been fixed at $36,000, and for 36 and 38
East Twentieth street at $12,000, the
owner paying the taxes.
George Ketcham has leased for Felix
Isman to the Rogers Company the store
adjoining the southwest corner of Broad
way and Forty-first street.
The Graf Realty Holding Company has
leased space In the Graf Building, 111-126
West Twenty-fourth street to Louis Cash
man. Sachs A Kesaler, Bchlelff, Qrundwersj
A Co.. G. H. A E. Freydberg, Lisber
man h Dorf. Seldt Kessler, Harry
Cooper and Adelberg Jb Berman.
BRONX TENEMENTS LEASED.
Jacob Leitner leased for James F. Mee
ban to Morris Melster 2311 to 2827 Cro
tona avenue, five four story tenements, at
an aggregate rental of $20,250.
THEATRE CONTRACT AWARDED.
The Security Construction Company has
been awarded the contract for building the
theatre and office building at 253-269 West
125th street, running through to West
126th street. The theatre will have a seat
ing capacity of 2,600 and will be the most
elaborate of Its kind in Harlem. Hurtle
A Seamon, who have conducted their mu
sic hall on 126th street for the past six
teen year, are the lesseea of the new
theatre, the deal being closed through
Sidney b, Cohen as broker. The theatre
be ready In the fall of 1913.
CRIPPLED BY SOUTHERN GALE.
Vessels Disabled OS Virginia ssd
North Carolina Coasts,
NortroLS, Va Nov. 6. As a result of
th pale which has lashed the Virginia
and Carolina shores during tho last few
''ays ono vessel has been sunk, another
driven aground near Capo Henry and
hipping generally crippled along the
1h tug Mnrgaret J. Sanford sank
f Hush Bluff lighthouse . on Hunday
'Sin Hho had crashed into a scow
lnch torn u hole in her side. The cap
'in ,ind tw took to tho lifeboat in a
"hv M-(i nnd were rescued by the tug
The (ifrtnnn htoamshlp Cyrlll, bound
from llaltimorn to portH in tho Black
"a. ran aground near Capo Henry on
h'lml.iv night, but. wuh floated at nigh
atT lour hoiirH later. Hhe will put In
nri. for repairs,
several other vessels havti been more
or lets damaged by the storm.
HEAT K STATU AT AUCTION.
Lawyers Title Insurance & Trust Co.
Free to Purchasers.
Books taken as Deposit on
JOSEPH P. DAY, Aucrr,
THE HOTEL SEVILLE OFFERS VERT
DESIRABLE SUITES OF ANY NUMBER OF
ROOMS. WITH ALL MODERN IMPROVE
MENTS. THE ROOMS ARE OF VARIOUS
SIZES, EQUIPPED WITH LARGE CLOS
ETS, ARE WELL FURNISHED AND WELL
ARRANGED. THE TABLE (A LA CARTE)
AND ITS APPOINTMENTS ARE STRICTLY
FIRST CLASS. WELL-TRAINED WHITE
SERVANTS RENDER STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE
SERVICE. THE PRICES RANGE
FROM TWO DOLLARS FOR SINGLE ROOMS
UP TO SIX DOLLARS PER DAY FOR EX
CEPTIONALLY LARGE ROOMS WITH TWO
BEDS AND BATH. SUITES CONSISTING
OF PARLOR, BEDROOM AND BATH
RANGE FROM FORTY DOLLARS PER
WEEK OR FIFTEEN HUNDRED PER YEAR
UP TO TWENTY-FOUR HUNDRED PER
YEAR. ROOMS AND SUITES ARE RENTED
BY THE DAY, BY THE SEASON AND
BY THE YEAR. A VERY QUIET YET CEN
TRAL LOCATION, APPEALING PARTIC
ULARLY TO PEOPLE OF REFINEMENT
MADISON AVENUE AND EDW. PURCHA3.
TWENTY-NINTH STREET. MANAQER.
1S3-IS1 Meat 43th
Tnroosb to 4Sth HI.
New addition imw completed. .
Exceptionally furnished apartment, with pri
vate bath, from tio to tit per week. Two room
Suite, til to 124 per week. Transient rates
Room, with private bath, from 11.50 per day up
ward. HORACE R. SHARES. Prop.
WEST TWENTY-THIRD STRUCT
Room with adjoining bath,. tl.SO
Room with private bath . , . . 2.00
Parlour, bedroom and bath. . . . 3.90
Sullea by month or year. .
Restaurant a la Cart and Table d'hote.
176 WEST 74TII ST.
Two blocks from express stations of
anbwar or elevated; a new family hll:
ver aoo rooms, exceptionally large sad
HthC unusual closets; suites of every sis:
restate from Seoo per annum; rented only
by the year, unfuml.hed.
Above 14th St.. Wt Bide.
468 RIVERSIDE DRIVE
7-S-9 Rooms. 3 Baths.
1.200 to si. aoo.
Fireproof building; finest section of the Drive.
Apply Bupt.. on premises, or
M.VICKAR MILLARD REALTY CO.
MAIN OFFICE, 4U BROADWAY.
4SV4 Oslusnbas Av.. near Blst St.
Telephone CO Schuyler.
Small apartment, suitable for
Doctor; 5 large rooms and 2 baths;
ground floor. 498 West End Ave,
CITY REAL ESTATE.
THEODORE STARRETT COMPANY
103 Park Avo. New York
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
M ON AH AN BUILDING
ais-asa West inth st.
New U story fireproof loft structure, with
all up-to-date Improvements and conveniences.
NOW RKADT FOR OCCUPANCY. Vacated
In the heart of the trreat wholesale and retail dry
roods and woollen district and only five minute
from Penn. Terminal. For further Information.
MONAHAN BXPHESS CO., Owners, SI Green
LOFTS U-41 Orchard at., near Grand; (0x8714
ftlwlll alterto ault. Apply 15. RinUSY. 6 Allen
at.. sub-baement. 830 A. u. to
i 3 P. M., or write,
WORKS FIFTY TEARS OK ERIE.
Coatlaetor Frank Geraalsly Cele
brates Coldest Anniversary,'
QosBBN, Nov. 6,-Conduotor Frank
deraghtT to-day celebrated the golden
anniversary or his service In the em
ploy or the Erie Jtallroad. For rorty
two years his run has lcn over the Nnw
hur(?h branch and has Ujen on tho name
train ror over twenty yearn.
He is ono or tho trio known as "Frank,
Mike and Matt," oomiiosing the oldest
crew in the service of tho trie. They
bave never had a serious accident and
never killod a paaeonger,
RKAL RfTTATIC AT AUCTION.
Insured by the
LONG ISLAND HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Who said there was no money In
mil ft front $ICfl "terms
IUU feet deep lOU to salt
KSOnljf a few at this priced!
trcash ICI ID Q Monthly
jDowo lOLIf Payment
South Shore Iinz Island, About one hour
out. Near the Hoj-. llany trains a day.
Free Excursion Tickets
Wednesday Saturday Sunday
Apply or write at once,
W.HJoffitt Realty Co.
aUi SI. and Madison Ave.
Estates of Croat Neck
(ioverned by Home Itule.
Belnf Incorporated as a Village In Itself.
80 minutes fiom Manhattan.
Eipresa service to I'enn, Terminal,
Our magazine descrlptUe of t ho wonderful
development of Lone Island, also a catalogue
of house, sent free on request.
MoKNICHT REALTY CO.
I'fione smil 14 at. JI7 Hfth Ave.
Homes of Distinctiveness
for People of Refinement
CnAGUEItK A community settlement where
every one has an acre or half acre. Complete
home for aa low as II.O0U. U minutes from
LARCIIMONT PARK. On-the-Sound, S5 mln-
lite from Grand Central Station; for people
Interested In water Knorts.
FAIKUOIINT HKKillTH. 28 minutes out;
larre plots wlih all Improvements; arllstlo
home, complete, II. tm.
coi'ntio nosir. Li'A;ur.
Tel CW) Mad, S. 40 W. md St , N. V. C.
ROROUGH OF DROORLYN FUR SALE.
DKSU4ADI.U two family house, Improvements.
U.TCO; liuu down; 35 Mast Ud at.; iwt 13th av
Hrooklyn. ACKKUUAN, U7 (irecmilch. Man
hattan. 4019 Cortlandt: tint V. I'ro'pcct.
RKAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE,
UY RLRGANT two family brick house, Doroueh
Park, will exchanre for lots; build on, P. roilT,
2IU Hid St., Hrooklyn,
CONNECTICUT REAL KST.ITE.
ONR elshty-three acre, fully equipped with
tool and stock; twelve room house nnd two barns.
NORTH & LANOIliriTi: WalMnnford. Conn.
REAL ESTATE FOR NAI.K Westchester Co.
t:iti:sTWO()I). N. Y.- Twu lots, Matin; on
Crestwood av,; price l,fii. Apply Mrs. V i,
TRACY. Kntrlislitonn. N. .1.
HARDWARKand tin buslnes: established over
60 years, on Main st., Saugertlci-nn.the-ltudsnn:
will sell for Inventory: III hillh causes sale. An. ,
ply lo owner, JAMUS HL'bSIXL, 2.7 Mala St.,
ttaugerues, n, .
CUNA R D
most expeditious iioirrn direct via nsnouAnn.
LONDON, PARIS, BERLIN, VIENNA
The Fastest Stsamsrs In the World
QUEENSTOWN. FISHGUARD AMI LIVERPOOL.
NOV. 16. 10 A. M. MAY 3. NOV. 20. 1 A. M. MAIL 10.
WW i. in A U'
Madeira, Gibraltar, Genoa, Naples, Trieste, Fiume.
Sailing hour noon. Sec Itinerary.
pJnnonia ultonia carpathia
NOV. 10. J AN. 1 1 DKC. 7. Fill. 13 MAR. 33
WINTER CRUISES RIVIERA, ITALY, EGYPT
LACONIA SJTC: S FRANCONIA 3W; ?S CARONIA iVk.HH
tfnria. aalllM .Ian. Atti. Mnnain NanlAa. AtandrlA.
Round the World Trip. f.MJ. Special through ralrt to Egypt. India, China, Japan. Manila. Aus
tralia. New Zealand. .South Arrlra. houlh America. Tours In Spain. Ouoiatlons furnished lor any
Agent for I'clnsulAr Oriental S. N, Co. In United Stale and Canada.
Now Is the time tovlsll India. Write tor i.'ooklet.
I'l'ra Foot V. 14th St.. North River. N. V. Offices, 14 State St.. Opp. Battery.
rier A3, N. R..
:no A. l.
New Yor.. . tsiiv. ill I'ltii-nlrni.ii.i.. .av. 2.t
St. raul.. . Niw IS St. LotiK, Nor. SD
New York-Lena's i Direct. Pier , N.R.
Minnehaha., Nov. .', 4 loAM.Isllnnehahv .Nov..1cl
Minneapolis.. Nov. J. A.M.Mlnnewaika. Dcc.7
rierfll, N. R.
I OA. 91.
I .nH.n Part wla Bswsp-Anliirip
Zeeland inu.. ,.i vimrrtauJ.. ..ov,?p
l inland .Nov. 13 ir.iar.i .miv,
RIVIERA ITALY EGYPT .
Via Madeira. Gibraltar. Allien. Monaco
The Larrest Mediterranean Steamer
NOV.30 JAN. 7 JAN.21 FEB.18 MAR. 4
BOOK NOW FOR THE FIRST CRUISES
"ADRIATIC" NOV. 30
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
SAILS THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 10 A. M.
LONDON- PARIS BREMEN
Kronprinz Wilhelm Nov. 12 Bremen
Kiijit Wilhelm der from Nov. 28 Grower Kurluertl
THREE WINTER CRUISES TO THE
Panama Canal and West
Hy the Splendid Transatlantic I.tnsr "I'.rtsser Karfatrst."
WIHTR TOR BOOKLET". IIVTS. KTO
(YCLKICHS a COM Cea. Agts.S Broad way.New York
SHORT OCEAN CRUISES
CLYDE or MALLORY Lines
You ore sure to enjoy the swift, bracing trip on one of our
coastwise flyers. There is no better or more direct way of reach
ing tlie fanious resorts of Florida, Texas and the South. Liberal
stop-over privileges, with choice of returning by rail, if desired.
Wireless nnd every safeguard.
PI YflC I IMP Direct salllns to Charleston and Jacksonville with connections to
ULIUC Lint aiipulntt wmth anil wiuthenst. Best route to the Carolina, (leorf la,
Alabama nnd Florida. From I'ler S3, North Hivcr, Tuesdays. Wednesdays, Fridays and
Ull I fiRY I IMC Onlr direct ocenn route without cliante toOalreston.playrround
siaUMini Llllt nfllie crcit muthwest. conneclln for all western nnd Paclnc
Coast points. From Tier 41. North Iller. rcry Wnlnesday and .Saturday for Key
West and Galveston and crcry Snturdiy fr Tampa, St. Fetcrsburc. Mobile, etc
Write for handsomely Illustrated travel number AGWI News,
CIADK IilN I2-MAIjIjORY IiINK TOUR BUREAUS
aoo Ilroadusy, Cor. Krade St. B3H Ilrnadway, Cor. 33d St.
I'ler 30 4 North Itlver, New York.
NKIV JERSEY RLAL KRTATK Kin SALE.
7-R00M HOUSE FOR SALE
Price S3,uoo. on easy terms, on one
hall acre plot. I -oca ted In mountains of
New Jersey, leas than ono hour from
N. Y. City. Near eipres station on I).
1.. & W, R. R.. and near chain o'. Ssi-t.
llealth-Elvtnc air. unexcelled location,
midst congenial neighbors.
Write for picture and floor plans.
Address Opportunity, P. O. Box
301, New York city.
FCUM8I1EO ROOMS TO LET.
Well Mettled and Handsomely
Furnished rooms. Hotel service
Ulevalor, I'.lectrlo MclH.
S3. U, 17 per week.
$12. 113. 114 with meals.
IS TO 10 UAST 11T11 ST.
ISO ST.. :&3 WEST Newly
front room; all conveniences;
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
a ;i:ntli:man (.in years oliu mho
HAS TRAVELLED EXTENSI ELY IX Ell.
Ull IT. AND CM I I'll ST.tll.S, I.INCI'IST
and pciti'cci tiititrsi'OMic.M, si:i:ks
IIWI.Mi III LOSS I.N I'llltEIIlN iusinens
ENIERPItlSE PIISiriONSI'CH AS M.I HE
TAR Y Ht COMIItC.M IAI, ASS IMAM,
A Nil. I REFERENCE'S. II. II., IIII.X I (IS
SITUATIONS tVANTEII FEMALEo.
STl'.NOORAPIinil- KUe year cjpcrlenco In
stock and bond broker' omce: exceptionally neat,
rapid, ecctiratc; Remlneton nr Underworld ma
chines: salary IIS. J.. 1', I), box tO M.vllsnn
Snuare,, N. V city.
HOUSKWOItK-llxperlenced rolnrcd gltls,
good cooks: phone, Riverside 4.(75. Fnote's
Agency, 20.1 West twih.
SALES IIV AUCTION,
FORKCUlSt'Ri; or CHATTEI. MOItTGACii:
By order of lls Jackson. aslirrci' of n chattel
mortgage made hy d'crtrmle It. Mnrrcll In liavitl
J, Cnmyns, I ulllbellat public ntictlnn nn ttiontii
day of November, at li A.M. nl .No 171 est lanti
M., Ilnrough ol Manhntlan, City nf New Ynili,
one lot ut hou'-rholil f urtil tui ,', pictures, rus,
i lnthlnir, Ac, The said chattels liclnir snlil rut).
J eel In a lien of Columbia h'lninr,o aicliuinch,
amounting to $169.
JOSH HIIISCII. Aticlloneer.
ION SAI.K of Insure Slninii. ulll
be held at the Colleclor.' Club, 14 Park iilace, on
Nov. H. at H I
ji. w a i.ri. li a, sturi, ,uc
Nov. 27, 1 A. M.
Dec. 17, 6 P. M.
Dec. 24, 3 P. M.
Jan. IS, 1 A. M.
dec. to a. u.
JAN. 11. 10 A. U.
Bam j l
. N. It.
New iiri. .Vin..-AV. ilio.iiiu .ov. .1
Celuc i,til. i.uu.nwi w.
Cymrle. Nov. 1(1. nnonlCelllc .Dec. 6
Cymric carries passenieta In one cabin class
11. and third class only.
CANOI'IO NOV , 10. 4 V. U.
oston-Msdltarranasn Ports -llnly
raiioulc. . . No. u.canoplc uec. II
C'retlc .... Now 2.1ICanoplo Feb. I
Via Madeira and Aider.
WESt INDIES SOUTH AMERICA
Two Lariiest. Newest and Finest In the Trade.
JAN. 8 JAN. 22 FEB. 8 FEB. 22
3d sad 9 Days. SI7B and upward.
"LAURENTIC" JAN. 8
9 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
TWIN fsCHUW hAILiau?,
All Water route NEW YORK to
Salllnro Thursday and Saturday at noon
for 1IA VAN A. connecting for I8LK OF
Thursdays for PROGRRSO. YERA
CRUZ and PUERTO MEXICO, con
necting for MEXICO CITY and points
In the Interior and on the PACIFIC
COAST of MEXICO and CENTRAL
Friday for TAMPICO connecting for
MONTEREY nnd points In the north
ern tcctlon of MEXICO.
NEW YORK and CUIIA MAILS. S. CO.
Oncial Office. I'ler 11. K. It., New York
City Tlcl ct Office. :oo Broadway. N. Y.77
'lours Inc. Iloteli, Shore Excursions,
Twin Screw S. H. "UERMUDIAN," 10.BI9
tons displacement. Electrlo fans: orchestra
Fastest, newest and only Steamer landing
passengers at Ihe dock la Ilcrmnda without
Nalllnra every five dav In connection with
It. VI. S. P. Co. Tickets Intercrangeabl
For lull Infnrmailnn apply to A. I- OUTER
nil lOliE CO.. Aaent Ouehrc S. M. Co., Ltd..
in Ilrnadway. New York. THO. COOK 4k
SON, 34)5 and Z.lhtl Ilrnadway, 'J A4 and 5 S3
3th Ave,, N. Y "r any Tlrkrt Agent.
Compagnie Generate Transatlantique
Direct Line lo Havro Paris (I'rancel.
Sailing Every Thursday, 10 A. M,
Trnni I'lrr 47, North River, loot West 16th SI
I-a Provence, . Nov, 7 ! a Touralne.. .Nov. 2s
Jt lyirrnlne.. Nov, 141'lwiSavole, ,I)eo, 5
1'raitcr mew) Nov. 31il.n lrrnlne. Deo 13
Tln Screw St nrs. filiivlruplr Screw Steamer
i;i:l'IIAI. Atit'NCY, l HIH. Slreot, N,
Ilv sew CttasrJer "Liconla," Feb, 1 5. S400 an
lor 71 das. Including more eicurslons,
Round World A- ,-outh American Tonri,
Fiaal; C, ClarkLTJmts Lu Mine, New Tofk,
CRUISE OF WONDER A SURPRISE. SOUTH
AMERICA, M DAYS, 1300 up. IAMPORT
atvLA liina sui j'fouuee t-Acnange. new ye
A big, vivid itory it being written
down in Panama. Don't be con
tent with hearing it from others.
Go and tee for yourself.
The tame wonder that have'
captivated thoutandt of tourists
are there to reward your trip.
Our big, luxurious steamers are
built exclusively for tropical travel.
All outside, air cooled staterooms,
many with private baths.
311-Day (tnlse to Jamaica. Panama Canal
and Colombian porta from New York every
Wednesday at la noon, Pier itl. East
34 -Day Cruise to Jamaica, Panama Canal
and Costa Rica from New York every Natarday
at la noon, Pier la, East River, Siao.OU
Or you ran lake a 19- or 14-day trip to
Jamaica only and return at SSIB..BO.
United Fruit Company
17 Dattery PI.. N. Y. 'Phone 1031 Rector.
Or any steamship or toutlst agency. 4
I'E.NNHll.VAMA . Not. II. It A. M.
PRE roll IA Nov. Ml, .11 A. M.
PltEN. LINCOLN Nov. Its. 2 ! M.
aiii.iiika.... .. .. ,vov. an, 10 A. M.
Hamburg direct. 2nd cabin only.
H. 8. MOL'IKE... Nov. la, 11 A. M.
S. H. CINCINNATI... . Dec. O, 11 A. U.
S. S. IIAMRURd Jan. 11, 1 A. M.
111.0011 tons I
8. 8. CINCINNATI (ORIENT CRUISE)
Jan. 3H, 10 A. II.
. H. IIAMRURd Feb. aa, 10 A. M.
will not call nt Algiers.
TonrUt llent fnr THn r.v.n'wh,,,.
nAMIU'RC-AMERICAN LINU 43 Ifway.
All i:xporse Tour from S Day 127.JO up.
Cafea, Jamaica, Panama Caaal
arl other West India Torts.
For Particular address
THE ROYAL MA IL .STEAM PACKET CO.
SANDI'.ltSON A SON, Oen. Apt . 21 Slate St..
OH ANY STIIAMSllIl' TICKCT AOISNT.
VIA SOUTHERN TRACK
Between New York A ALGIERS, ITALY.
OHKFiCK. AUSTRIA, MARTHA WASHINGTON,
November 1. KAISRR FRANZ JOSKPH l.(sew).
ueoemDer i. insure. Anca. Argentina, uceania.
Satis r uaually Wednesday.
w Apply for new Sailing
PnELPS BROS. A CO.. G.A.. 17
nailery PL. N. Y.
OLD DOMINION LINE
For )M Pslat Comfort, Norfolk. Porttmeits.
Plsner's Point sad Newport Newsj Vaj oaa
ettnr for ltterebsrn lUehanoadi Waaalac
wu D. Cj and U aatlrs South and West
Freight sad Psassagor Steamers sal from Pies
Sti ft. tu fool at North Moors 8U ivory was
day at l P. M.
W. .U WOODROW; Trad Maaager.
To Georaia and Florida.
Q. R. ANGEVINE, E. P. A.. Ml Fifth av.. N. Y.
3 1 DAY CRUISE TO WEST IND IESS100UP.
BUwm.Mi a lu.. 17 nailery riacc. .
Fall River Line
Lv. Her IV. N. H. fte' ork, dally at 6tsj 1.U.
SUS. COMMONWEALTH and PIUSC1LLA.
Orchestra on each. ,
NEW LONDON(Norwleh) LINE via
New Ixindon. Lv. I'ler 40. N. II.. ft. Houston
St., week days only. .SflO P. M.: Iter 70. K. R.
ft. K. nd St.. S-30 I. M. Strs. MAINE and
CITY OF l-OWKLU
NEW HAVEN LINE Lv. Pier 3. E. R..
ft. Catharine St., week days, 2:45 P. M. Str.
Tickets, etc., at 171 Broadway, Transfer
Tourist Offices and at Iters.
The New England Hleamshlp Co.
ONE WAY, 51.50; ROUND TRIP, $2.50
Speedy, Palatial Steamers, every evening,
I-eaUnj Pier 32. N. It., (foot of Canal St.),
P. M. No other stop.
excellent Cuisine and Music.
Hudson Navigation Co.
i'ler ;i"J, .". it. i none nprina wuu.
Providinei Dirtet, SI .50 Wirtstfsr, $2.40
uutsld HUttrooaas ai oo
SteetSUsmablpsGEOROIA and TENNESSEE
Dally. Ineladlng Banday, KtIO P. if.
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MHE WEATHER FORECAST
WASHINGTON PREDICTIONS FOR
TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW.
Par eastern New York aaal ssa I st
ern New Bnajlantl, inereaslas; elaa4l
reaslac elaaal- '
ly (ollawea !
nesa to-elay, prakably
rain lo-nlaht aael to-
erate aoatherlr winds.
For northern New England, fair to-day I
nd southwest winds.
For New Jersey, Increasing eloudlneas to
day, probably followed by rain: rain, to
morrow; moderate southerly winds.
NEW YORK, Nov. . The weather was
fair yesterday over all part .of the country
east of the Rocky Mountain. d,ue princi
pally to an area of high pressure, which was
moving eastward and covered about all of
the country esst of the Mississippi River.
It wa alao warmer and generally abort, tha
freetlnc point In these districts.
It was, however, colder In the Northwest,
the cold being drawn southward over th
Rocky Mountain States by a atorm coming In
from the 1'aclfla over California. Rain was
falling In the Pacific coast Btates. '
In thla city the day was fair and warmer;
wind, light to freah weaterly; average hu
midity, tl per cent.; barometer, corrected
to read to sea level, at S A. M., 10.48;'
3 P. M 10. Jl.
The temperature In this city 'yesterday, as re
corded by the official thermometer. Is thowa la
the annexed table:
ii2. itn.1 xata. mi.
A. u si 44 e P. m tr
13 U 4 I P.K Si !'
3 1'. m i M in uid w
lowest temperature. 43, at 7:10 A. M.
Weather Forecast for Cotton Stutea.
For North Carolina, unsettled to-day;
probably showers to-morrow; moderate east
For South Carolina and Georgia, local
ruins to-day and probably to-morrow; mod
erate eaaterly wind.
For Alabama and Mississippi, local rains
to-day: clearing to-morrow; moderate south
For Louisiana, local rain to-day; fair
to-morrow; moderate southeast winds, be
coming variable. '
For eastern Texas, fair In western, local
ralna In eastern portion to-day; fair to'
morrow ; moderatt southerly winds, becom
For western Texas, fair to-day anc to
For Oklahoma, fair and coldar lo-day;.
fair to-morrow. r
For Ark ansa, rain to-day: fair to-morrow.
For Tennessee and Kentucky, rain and
colder to-day; probably fair to-morrow.
MINIATURE ALMANAC THIS DAY.
ami rail AM
Sun rises... 3lSun seta 4:47Mooa rises S:U
HIGH WATER THIS DAY.
lUl Alii XX
Sandy li'k..&:0lGov.lsland..,S:S4Hell Ost,..trtj
IX) W WATER THIS DAY.
Aul rul n
Sandy irk.ll:22Gov.lsIand,.12:C3iIIell Gate.., 237
Arrived TUESDAY. November S.
Ss Pennsylvania. 51 A. M.. Hamburg. Oe- .
s Kronprinz wilhelm. 4:30 i. M.. cnerboura,
s i:uxlnla, 8 A. At., Copenhagen. October 17.
Ss Finland. 1230 P. M. (Fire Island). Antwern.
ss wells city. i:so a. m., Swansea. October 18.
Ss llronte, It A. M.. Naples, October 15.
Ss Maronljne. 1:14 P. M., Trinidad. October Z.
SsTlvtvcs. 2:3 P. M., Kingston, October 31.
Ss Crown of Navarre. 11 P. M. (Mondavi. 1 art
Antonio, October so.
Ss vasarl. 3:30 a.m., mo de Janeiro. October 17.
ss Nicholas Cuneo. 1 A. M.. Port Antonio.
Ss lmpcce, 4 A. M. Montreal. October zj.
Ss City of Columbus. Savannah. November 2. ,
Ss Denver. Galveston, October 80.
Ss Manna Hal. Baltimore, November i.
salt To-da v.
DrumclllTe. Montevideo S 00 A M
Caracas, San Juan,. S30AM
1000 A M
3 OOP M
I 00 P M
12 00 14
to no a M
1000 A M
' BOO A M
4 00 PM
Meupan. Kingston i ujoau
Mayaro. Trinidad 10 00 AM
nermudlan. Uermuri 12O0M
itais n Aug. victoria, iiam g
Comanche, J acksonvllle
rroteus. New Orleans
Princess Anne. Norfolk
Kronprlnr. Cecllle. Bremen, 8 so A M
I-a Provence. Havre 7 no A M
Celtic. Liverpool A so A M
Mngaporc. nuenos Ayres,
8 00 A M
BOO A M
1 U) P M
Morro Castle. ProrrehO.
C. of Columbus. Savannah
Sail Friday. November S.
Alllanca, Cristobal 11 30 AM
Nueces Galveston Oct.
Mo tke A merla Oct.
Berlin Gibraltar Oct.
. Almerla Oct.
. Klnraton , . . .Nov.
Norfolk... .,. Nov.
Bermuda , ...Nov.
Santa Mart...,-. Oct.
New Orleans Nov,
Due Friday, November 8.
.Liverpool Oct. St
Hamburg Oct. 27
Genoa., Oct. SS
Colon Nov. 1
Havana Nov. s
UUtuvri Oct. 1
Sncadvk Rotterdam (let. 2
city of Savannah Savannah Nov. s ,
Jelferaon Norfolk INov. 1
By Marconi Wireless.
Ss Bremen, for New York, was IBS miles east of
Sandy Hookfat I P. M. yesterday.
Ss Moltke, for New York, was 271 miles east of
Sandy Hook at noon.
Ss New York, for New York, was 720 alias east
of Sandy Hook.at 1047 A. M.
Ss Laura, for New Yorkjwa 710 miles east of
Sandy Hook at 7:40 A. M.
Movements of Naval Vessels. r
WASHINGTON, Nor. S. Tho dstfojrr ?
Roe, Drayton, MeCall, Terry and Paulding
have arrived at New York yard; th torpedo
boat Strlngham at Southern drill grounds, ,
the crulssr Baltimore and tut Mohawk at
Norfolk, the gunboat Wheeling at Puerto
Plata, th deatroyera Whlppla, Truxtun.
Stewart Paul Jonea and I'rbl at San
Pedro; the gunboat Paducah at Hampton 1
lloada and th collier Ilrutua at Tamplco. J
The battleships Kansaa and Ohio have
sailed from Rockland, Me., for Southern '
drill grounds; the battleship Rhode Island
from Knckland, M., for Uoston and South
ern drill ground; the tug ronttac and
Cumberland from Newport to New York
yard, the cruiser California from Ban Junn
if 1 Mur for Corlnto, the collier Vulcan from
Rockland for Hampton Hoad. the cruiser ,
Albany from Shanghai for Nankin and th
yacht Eacl from Portsmouth, N, 11., for
Army nnd Navy Orders.
WASHINGTON, Nov. I. These
order were Issued to. day!
First Lieut. M. li. Vt'lllett, Coast Artli'evy,
to HSth Company. '
Conat Artillery changes: Second I.leut P,
O. niackmor. from 8lxth to Ninety-eighth
I'onipunv: Second Lieut, II. C, Davit, Jr., f
from Thirty-fifth to Svnty-eghth Com-
pany; Second I.leut. T, R. Murphy, from o
Sixth to Flfty-alxth Company: Sarond Lieut. 5
n. 8. Oherly, from lSlth to FIfty-nrih Com- ,5
puny; Second Lieut. E. Montgomery, front I
Thirty-fifth to Twelfth Company; Second
I.leut. W. 11. Weggenmann, from Seventy
third to 144th Company; Second Lieut, C. W. -m
Jenkins, from Kith to 14ld Company; 5
Hecond Lieut. W. T. Scott, from Kith to
Ninety-second Company: Second l.leul. K. T. f
Hlood, from Thirty-fifth to Fiftieth Com- I
pany: Second I.leut. J, U Sinclair, from 1
Seventy-third to 146th Company: Second J
Lieut. T. Htahme, from 146th to Eighty- t
lirei i uinutuir.
Iloblnann. Coast Artillery, to aa-
ume charge of construction work at Forte
conairuciion wora sti
Terry and Mlrhl and
it. i. vvrisnt,
y and Mlrhl and Fort
niansnein, k, i., relieving i.pt. cawara D.
Power. Quartermaster Corp, who will pro
ceed to Port Tnlten a quartermaster ef the
Artillery District of Eastern New York. ,
These navy orders wer lsued:
I.leut. F. J. Fletcher, to the Florida, De
I.leut. A, w. Atkins, from th Florida to
tho Naval Academy.
Lieut. W. W. Lawrence, to Portsmouth
Awlstant Surgeon E. W. Phillips,, from
inuisn iieaa proving greuno to ta IrruiS-