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THE SUN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1913.
COTTON IS WEAKER,
AND MORE PRESSURE
Priorta Who Covered Tnke Ad
Tnntnjje o? Voor Support
Only Decline of Importance at
Memphis and Holders
Cotton futures were weak all day, with
May and July going under 1'.' cents. March
eras a little firmer and January held up
fairly well I here itm loss activity Id the.
further options nml thiv were relatively
firmer At tli low March was 24 point
off. May SO and June 3?
, I'Iib weakness resulted mostly from
,fttrther he.ivy selling by the. largo shorts,
who covered thi dav before, Hotithern
selling and very poor support, with atop
n orders caught all of the nay down.
It xx-as said that spinners were In the mar
lot on a scale down and that they hate
covered thrlr teqtilrementx for a long time
anad on recant weak markets, which may
land to keep prices down
Southern spot advices were conflicting,
with some reports that sales tere made
at concession from recent quotation,
while others weie emphatic In declaring
t lint Southern holders would not meet
present prices and were Indifferent to the
course of the futures markets. Most of
the quotation from the Southern mar
kets for the dav were ut the same level
as th day before, excepting Memphis,
shnlns '.c. decline, and Little Rod 3-tf.c
One authority on cotton conditions states
that hu recent weakness hat been the natu
ral reult of the discos ery that there would
not be any shortage of cotton, on the ej
pettatlon of which prices had advanced
In the fall At that time foreign consump
tion of merlcnn cotton was expected to
reach I0.n00.000 bales, which would Indicate
that there would not be enough left for
d mesne demand With the large stocks
and pronil" that the crop will be eioe to
'the Government s Indications, with mills
well stocked in adv.ince here for three or
four months requirement and four month
siock al Liverpool, there is no prospect
at present, unless demand increases much
more Mia expee'eil, that there will not he
enough to go around
The relative dimness of the March option
during the day. with prices for it several
points above May and more than usual
above the lurtner options. was said to
be due to the belief that larger stocks will
b needed here to met the contract for
dclierv in that month It a No stated,
on the other hand, that largo amount of
otton wtll soon be headed for New ,oi
to increase stoiks here, Although Halves
ton consigned 6.V0OO bales to Nov York
to be reshlpped 'o l.sstern mill or to ru
mp lat week it I thought that there vvl'l
be further extensive shipments from the
Texas port as iheie ate 360.r.nu bale still
left (n tn K. of which a ii.il t will tie found
1,. hn .wr rlun I- .l-.irn,l Whether hIh Ii
, ' .
snipmriitr win 00 inr 1 onsumpiioii or 10
tin rcae 'o.-.il stm k I unknot' n. but rumor'
h.txc lieiMi frequent lh' there would be
eotne sent from that source to increase the
nino in' ni the .iciukI held here Mocks of
cot'on 111 New ot k ete
Tetter-Wednt I.an Last
.1 jy da. week year
Jotil tiatehouse ... l-'U -.,l9 71 9.'3 1i TTi
CtrtlltcaKd .. - "30 .P M.P liJ Oil
ipui . otton a-e.i).t middling uplands,
i-T'. middling inili. ti '"1. off in points,
den iTi! on 'iir.tih' ' '.' ;m lie. Southern
spot market 'ini- unchanged to ' ofl
J'ri'T in th priiicip.il .southern markets
"ner. New Drlean- 12', i.alsest.on. U'!,,
harannah, 12'j. Angii-vi. n. .Memphis, r.",.
l.miis. 1 1. . loik. t."
I ne New (i k market
for futures closed
Prices for future
Orel- Hull Lie- Clot Prev
ill; e-. est inj t-lote ,
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it N n OrlTin .
(ltlrri li;ii Low. net Prer
Ha l itit ilune I
11 : 4. I. ;i n ;4 u 4: 1
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w 10 tiouer nt S Old , v
. s.ilrs wen- VOilu lialej. In
Siiii I lean , leielpts, I'j.OOg
baleti, or w hlcii L'iiii wi'i
I.l 1 pool future
l.o Clot IreT
ei in; iloe
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1 .1 ii pool .lanu-
: . Al!', ins.
'nti 1 101
rece.pts ehlpmeiits and stocks
celjit I. xi Ship-
tl I.e. 11s
LP 1 1 Ko-
IT 4: :4,S K,:34 mj.im
l'oit teripta nl stocks were.
. 1 332
V. U I
TotaJt . ...
t.nD 37.7(1 HI. 1,7,46
501 o 3.505
Bujers Included Cone, Mcfihee
interests, NonJen, Cassard
Seller Sehlll, Hubbard. Rlorden. Wilson,
Lehninn Rrot. , llenti-. Springs, (Sifford,
Ouatlimey, .Mitchell, McKadden.
A prominent fieorgla mill man wired
Dick Hros "Prom personal Investigation
learn that Carolina, Oeorgia and Alabama
mills oivn spot cotton Into May Their
production is sold to about that date."
Man Antonio, Tei , wired "New crop
preparations are now fifteen days late.
I,ahor is insufficient to tske care of increased
A .Memphis leiter to a lloston cotton
broker stated "I'eoplo who bought staple,
ottons earlv in tlie seaon have a big loss
'niing them in thn face, as there are big
lots of staples held all over the cotton hell
which we think the banks will soon force
the parties to turn loose, and when they do
we look for considerably llower prices. We
believe moro staple In the South aro held
by speculator!. Iluin ever before at this sea
son ol I he year "
Ticksburg, Miss , wired "8pM holders
firm, making no roniessions, New business
N'om Orleans wired Norman Mayer A Co.
"motile big short interests here quietly cov
ering on sirenidh of spots "
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
Wheat Prices Heart From Tfew High
l.etela In Nervous Markets,
After wheat prices had attained new'
high lovels on further fair Inquiry for
ejpori ana moneraie casn sales, values
fell off sharply late In the session on
luiimio llmt Hie Balkan war had been
Xbe XvorbJi Xfiiorp, tnclud-
Ing th itronir Mrerpool market and
possible danger from cold weather to
winter wheat, had been barely nble to
keep the market at a little above the
previous closing when the minora of
peace were spread, unci the technlcnl
position of the market was so weak
that seWni; and profit tuKlliB followed
The recent advance had beet; too
rapid nnd had eliminated too huge a
proportion of the short Interest tint to
have considerable effect on the techni
cal position and even tho most liulllsn
had admitted for several dajs that u
reaction would bo better for the
market, although there are plenty of
predictions that higher prices will be
seen again soon, If peace should be
concluded abroad, forelirn markets
would decline, and also some European
demand would fall off The movements
of prleea were very Irregular nil day,
with early declines dun to profit taking
and the expectation of smaller demand,
followed by ahort covering and ad
vances to new high levels on the re
ports of further export Inquiry, which
It had been thought would subside In
view of the, heavy advance of recent
weeks, while toward the closing values
fell off rapidly.
The final Quotations were i to o.
under the previous closing, Weather In
the winter wheat belt has been very
mild arid Rome of the recent snowfall
has melted, leaving the young plants
exposed to a sudden drop In tempera
ture unless It Is accompanied by snow.
The continuation of strong markets
at nuenns Ayres has allied sentiment
In domestic markets In the Liverpool
market there was bidding by the Ton.
tlnent for American wheat, and millers
abroad were taking greater Interest in
Corn prices were at one tints rela
tively ntroiiger than wheat, due
entirely to the bullish advices from
Argentina to the effect that there had
been considerable damage to the corn
crop there and that more Is threat
ened from hot weather and drought.
Cables stated that the crop In South
America might not euual the ;s.000,onft
bushels last year, wheieas It was early
expected that the com yield would ex
ceed that of 1911 On the advance to
new high prices, however. cotintr of
ferings Increased and under till pres
sure prices subsided to the normal
level with wheat There was less In
terest In corn by European Importers,
and It was said that the recent ad
vances In corn prices hae Interfered
with export demand.
Oats were dull and moved over a
narrower range of prices than the
other grains. Country offerings were
mod-rate. There was fair cah demand
The Chicago 7atf Bulletin received
replies from correspondents In the win
ter wheat territory, of which 42 per
cent were good to excellent, 16 fair,
nnd only a small portion poor with a
few complaint from Michigan, Mis
sourl and Tennessee. Dry weather was
feared, hut In most sections rain and
snow occurred, with only two repot ts
referring to Hessian fl In an In
terview James Patton declared that
winter wheat was in good condition.
rtroomhall estimates Argentine wheat
evports for the past week at l.'OO.nOO
bushels, compared Avlth 1.440 (inn 9mi..i
t week and 351,000 last vear corn
ports were estimated at " :.5n nnn
lat week and none
Mar ,. ..
wheat prlc were
"Pn Huh T,
oth-r w heat market.
New Tork M.wwi
Ne Tork ;.iyvi
4 1. IMA
r.i.ii . 1 r 1 neiptj
,,nr," . nr.'vil
c . 1K0M
Shipment -Interior 411 y
1 W 1H
were firm with
C.ih quotation follow
1 Northern spring f o. b
Wheal- So. 1
to nrrve. I
I:"- .-' n ' Northern at Minneapolis.
041, No 1 Manitoba f o. b to arrive
' Corn -No. ; yellow r I f nil
Mii,r No 3 export to arrive f ,
.ii i4i- 'ims-.o, L wlilte, 40
No. 3 I
w nie. .i?c. standard 40c. l
1- No. 2 ;
n esiern e. I. r. Huffnlo. CTc
Malting c. I. f Huffa.). 6nc.
r lour was steady
with good inoulrv
t lour prices were,
spring patents 14.80
4. SO; spring clears
14 25. Kansas straights
14 211. ry
clpal points were
receipts at the prn
Tot alt ms
Lamson and Wagner
ixigan bought oats. Harris Wlnthrop
bought May wheat and sold Mar corn.
Flnley Barren sold May corn, and also
Rhearson, Hammlll and Hulburd War
ren. Armour and Bartlstt-Frazler sold
wheat Clement Curtis bought wheat
Armour and Wagner bought corn
COPPEE MARKET IMPROVED.
Europe Aa-ala Raters Market aa Bar
er at Varying Prices Korelr
Visible Sappllea Decrease
Sales at 1 1-3 in a-4 Ceats.
Considerable Improvement was dls
played In the copper metal market ves
terday with a return to the buvlng
ranks of European dealers and manu
facturers. Spot copper was chiefly In
demand and for nearby metal premiums
were paid over prices asked for fu
tures. Sales for export account were
effected on the basis of IBI4 tn 1;
cents a pound SO days New York In
this movement the bi-weekly statistics
on foreign copper were of considerable
assistance as they revealed the fart
that further Inroads had been made
upon warehouse stocks throughout
England. France and (lermnro
In a further effort to find a selling
basis for the metal, both the Amalga
mated agency nnd the American Smelt
ing and Refining Company made ad
ditional concessions in London as In
dicated In private cables from that city
early yesterday morning. The first
advices stated that copper wire bars
had been lowered by th Amalgamated ,
agent to the equivalent of 15,86 cents
Tnta followed sales late the
night In New York of cath- 1
pound, flood support was re red ' IZfVaWZjXX tM'o?
the standard warrant market In tho.. Mr I'ugsley
London Metal Kxchange, which resulted '
ill an advancing tendency later on In
First Indications were that a selling 1
basis had been found nt the New York
thirty day equivalent of 164 cents a
pound, which price was Just one cent
.1 pound under trie late "pegged" prlre
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aucmnt , , Yn, Z ""V'XV
buying some of the American pro
diners loweieu their prices In London
to " pounds sterling, which was equal
about iv.-u cents cash New York,
or If ctnu on tin rtrguUr JO iwjjSi," ,or 10 n,orrow No-' J'- nd
basis, fltlll later developments showed
that with Improving sentiment abroad
higher prices might be secured, and at
the close of business last night sales
h;id been effected nearer 1B4 cents.
Tin- effect on domestic manufacturers
was tiulte marked, ns they comment ed
to make Inquiry for spot copper nnd
bought some While It wu Impossible
to secute actual sales, It was estimated
by competent authorities that trans-1
actions for the day had amounted toi
iiliiiut 1,000,000 pounds, largely for ex - ,
Cable bringing the fortnightly sta- ,
tlstlca were delayed, and It was later,
H..n .1 V. - 11 t . .....II.. 1
... unuai uciuin u (iriilMie uciuUIIV
known that stocks of the metal abroad
had In the first two weeks of the new
year decreased from the amount stand
ing at the end of December Visible
supply decreased 1,870 tons and afloats
were lowered 100 tons. Visible sup.
ply on January 15 stood at 311. 950 tons.
Hamburg and Itotterdnm stocks In
creased 1,29? tons,
Announcement Valorisation .Sales
Has I. If tie Apparent Kffect on
World's Coffee Markets.
There was an easier and lower mar
ket at the Coffee Kchnnge at the start
yesterday, with Initial prices showing
declines of from 2 to It point, Helling
by some longs, probably for fear of a
dull market In apots following the
sales of valorisation coffee. In addition
to the death of Ocorge W Crosaman of
the firm of Crossmati A Slelcken, whs
a depreslsng factor.
Tli, market firmed up later In the
morning, howeer, on some local buy
ing, which forced a recovery of most
of the early loss, Numerous traders
were disposed to bear the market on
the absence of one of the leading bulls,
In addition to a rather heavier move
rnent of coffee In llrnzll It was also
pointed out that there Is no Indication
of an Increasnd demand within the
near future The mnrket closed nt only
a trifling advance on total sales of 99,
fiOU bags, the ilav's business represent
ing h fair amount of new long bulng
for Kurope, some local short covering,
and with the landing Interest still a
taker of September
Shortly before the opening of the
local market, the exchange received
the following cable from the valoriza
tion committee In London
"Coffee eonimllteo has approved the
following statement l-'lrt, 931,000
bags Hlo and S.tntos coffee have been
sold In the Cnited State, and all
United States stocks of (loveriiment
coffee have now been sold, and are
either distributed or are In couise of
distribution among seventy-eight buy
ers In twenty States, which have pur
chased the coffee at uniform price
"Secondly, Dl'O.OOO bags will be sold
In Kurope by tender as follows About
100,000 bags In Havre and Marseilles;
120,000 In Ilamhiiig and Hremen, 30,
("00 In Kotterdam 40000 In Antwerp,
and 10.000 in Ti leste
'Thirdly, the commlttee'states tltat It
has received an offer of eighty -seven
francs, good aveiage llavie tpe. In
force until Kebruai 3. for all of th
above 30.1100 bags, which offer the com
mittee I at llbert to accept In part
or as a w hole "
A prominent member of the trade In
this clt. discussing the position of the
mnrket as .1 result of th hale of the
:i"i miO buns Pi domestic circles, said
v I th.it It would have a cb-aring effect
K.S ' upon this market, by removing a fac
r.5, 1 tor which has alwas bad to be reck
1 otied with 111 an outlook during the
l.it five or six years. Referring to the
' conditions lit Kurope, he said. "There
' are still about 3.000.000 bags left of
1 what the ndlcato held Hut that Is
' no lormi r In syndicated hand&, and on
account occupies a somewhat dlf-
feient relation to the trade The bonds
ate paid off with the., late transac
tions and the valorization Interests
have the 3,0U0.0uo hags to the good.
At the average New York price this
coffee should be worth not les than
According to cable advices received
from the principal foreign coffee twen
ties by Miller & Co, the general senti
ment on the action of the valorization
committee is In the main hulllsh and
that considerably better markets should
The action of foreign markets was
good on the avetage Havre closed tin-
uo im ! changed to fr higher Hamburg
T5.-.'or.i I was extremely dull, prices finishing un
lnis. 1 changed to 4 pfg higher. IMo ruled
meaiiy ami uncnangeii at MOIi.. while
Sanros was quiet nnd also without
change The spcilal late cable from
me latter centre reporteii the market
11s opening unchanged at 7J9O0 for 4s.
lleceipts at Hlo were 4,000 bags, anil I
at Santos 1M0O, a total of 20 000 bags, 1
compared with 22.000 on the corre.
sponillng day last year. Sao Paulo took
14.000 bags, atnl .lundlnhv ..000. con
trasted with 11.000 and S.OOO. respec
tively Deliveries of Krnzll coffee at New
York on Wednesday were 1,3B& bags,
inuming ueiiveries so rar this week 49,-
jt.11 nags, agnliiNt 31.4.". for the same
lays last week and 2r.,oul last vear
October . ,
13 yif 13 ::
is 3)S3 s:
is 4:11.1 4t
13 coin :
is 7; 5 M ;
IS I31M3 14
IS tofits tl
IS 6fi 11 7
14 0?D 14 OS
14 OlfilJ CI
1.009 IS 19 13 H
Disappointing receipts of hogs were
again responsible for a sharp upturn
in provisions, which was helped along
by the development of a fair Invest
ment demand. There was a slight re.
action later, on selling by packera.
Cash provisions ruled steady, but bus!
ne.ss was again on a small scale. Reef
Packet, 22 I2J. family. I24125.
Pork Mess. U.50C$19; family, 1220
122. B0. Lard was stronger, although
transactions ware moderate, Prime
Western was quoted at $10.26; refined
Continent, 10.G5; South American.
Sugar. Tho raw sugar market ruled
about steady and without change, with
centrifugals quoted at 3.48 cents. Re
fined sugars were still quoted on the
linsls of 4, li& to 4,60 cents for granu
lated. Naval Stores. Turpentine was easier,
but without material change In price.
Rosin was also easy, hut unchanged.
Turpentine, 42043 cents; rosin, 3)6.76.
Pngsley Seeks Treasary Jeb.
Washington, Jan. IS Former Congress-
man I'ugsley of Pouglikeeptle, president of
,,e New York Stale Hanker Avsnelmln..
I in Washington as a candidate for Secre-
,nP1. i ,i, -i ..-,.
Retired .nial Otnrera Free tn Trarel 1
ON, .Ian in llcllred naval of.
flci may hereafter go nliroail w it limit ft( t
obnining permission of the .ui retary of
the Na, aicording to an aminiiurcmcm
ii'iiile 141 Ihe Naij Depnrtinrnt to-dnv
I he ofllcers will lie required only to fiunish
Hie .Seirelary with their addresses while
out of the country.
Court nf Appeals Calendar.
ALBANl Jmi. 14. i.nurr of Apprais cat
Open- Hifh- Low.
Pork- 101 eat. ett
January .... IS 27 It so It 77
May IS fA-i i.7l 1 iVI
January I SI J7 W
May lOOCH 10 07 10 00
January .... ISO l to
Mat I7-I 10.02 7
SCHWAB TO BUILD
PANAMA CANAL SHIPS
Klppt Will Brine Blir rhileim
Iron Ore Purclinsc
$fi,000,0()0 F0K NEW PLANT
Steel Mnn, Back From Europe,
Hopes to Send First Steamers
Charles M. Schwab arrived here yes
terday on the Kaiser Wllhelm It, full
of the possibilities for the new Chllenn
ore properties he has sectirptl for the
Hethlehem Steel Company tin the tcMiilt
of hla atny nliroail.
Mr .Schwab purchased In conjunc
tion with Krctii h bankers and steel
men Iron oro property containing 1U0,
000,000 tons of ore In sight nt Corjultnbo,
Chile, practically on the sea coast near
tho Hay of Cruz O ramie, known hh the
Tofo Iron Mines. Mr. Kchwnb de
scribes the oro iih the richest he ha.i
discovered In nny part of the world
and superior to the Swedish ore. which
lip to this time ho has considered the
best. It assays H7 per cent of Itoti
nnd contnlns very little phosphorus
The addition of this Chilean ore to
the Helitlehem lompany will Increase
Its output, says Mr. Schwab, nhout 60
tier cent., nnd to provide for It 11 pro
gramme of additional construction to
the plant Involving $i'.,OOO.ooo has nl
ready been drawn up.
A fleet of steamers for transporta
tion of the ore to the Itcthlebein plnnts
1h to be built, with not less than ten to
start with of from 15,000 to 20,000 tons
capacity. Tho ships will use the
"The Panama Canal Is the key of the
whole sJttlntlon," said Mr. Schwab yes
terday, "and has made possible the
acquisition of this propetly by Hie
Hethlehem company We hope ours
will be the first steamers to use lh;
canal. The possession of this Chilean
ore property puts the Bethlehem Steel
Company In a strong position nnd will
be much to Its advantage for years to
The property Is under the Jurisdic
tion of the (Joverntnont of Chile, but
French capitalists held concessions on
the property with the consent of the
Trench Government. Associated In the
purchase with Mr Schwab are fjeorge
S. Crandjean. president of th Bano,ue
FrancaWe. Marquis Chasyelotip I.oubat
of the Rothschilds, A. Artnond. director
of the 4'reusot Steel Company. Albert
Knrltiuer. of London nnd H. Crosdldcr
KAMN OLl'CK. A petition In bink
ruptcy has been filed against Adolph
ICahn and Adolph muck, who compose
the firm of Kiihn & Oluck. dealers In
ilres trimming at 132 Ridge street,
bv these creditor Kern, Loewl &
Mendel. J40O. Lonl llamburgrr A; Co.,
350. and Reiij.imln ilrnblscli. ? 1 00
Judge Holt appointed Richard M llenr
receiver, bond $1.00" Liabilities on
about S'l.uuo and nominal nssets 54.6011
An offer of settlement nt 26 cents 011 the
dollar was referred to a committee of
creditors on Wednesday. Mr K.1I111 be
gan tuisine. on Drrember 3, l'.'OS, nnd
Mr (Ruck became a partner on August
Jl'LIFS BROS. CO -A petition In bank
ruptcy has been filed against the Ju
lius Bros Co., mniititacturers of waists
and diesses, at 145 Spring street, by
thee creditors. Maurice Sw.irtz, ItSOO.
Majetie Paper and Twine Company. $6.
and American Art Kmhroldery Com
pany, $17 It was alleged that the com
pany Is Insolvent and transferred mer
chandise, machinery, flxturr nnd ac
counts to the amount of 52.O00 Lia
bilities are said to be $.1,000 and as
sets $2,000. The company was Incor
porated on June 17. i:10. with capital
stork of $6.0011, ami succeeded the llrm
of Julius Bros., who began business In
April, 100S. A petition In bankruptcy
was tiled against the tlrm on September
CJIARLLS SCIIAEFKR, Jr.. architect, of
784 Kast 17fth street, lias filed a peti
tion In bankruptcy, with liabilities
$!,035 and assets $53, consisting of cash
In bank $3 nnd business hooks $60.
Among the creditors are Frederick due
ger, $4,356; Judgment obtained on Jan
uar 7, which Includes referee's fees
of $1,')00, Sarah J. Schaefer. $1.5n0
loans, and Charles T Stieeter, SI. too
McKENtuttu N. Dopoe, country merchant
with a general store at Rockland, Sulli
van county. New York, has tiled a peti
tion In bankruptcy with liabilities $9,278
and assets $$,632, consisting of stock
and fixtures, SI, $00, accounts, $452 ;
notes, $310. and several parcels of real
estate, $8,000, mortgaged for $2,026.
The largest creditor Is Harry Maybee,
Margous ft Rot it mam Judge Holt has
dismissed the petition In bankruptcy
filed on Decemlier against Margolls
A Rothman. manufacturers of furs at
SS West Twenty-second street, on a
settlement at 20 cents on the dollar.
Liabilities were reported to he $16,000.
Davtp Ciiarak .fudge Holt has dis
missed the petition In bankruptcy filed
on Ilecember 9 against David Charak,
wholesale desler In Jewelry nt 45 John
street, on application of his attorney,
William Jaste, who said that a settle
ment had been made with creditors nt
40 cents cm the dollar, payable five cents
rash and 36 cents In six notes In three,
six, nine, twelve, fifteen and eighteen
months. Liabilities aro $17,009 and
Tug Economist MANtrrCTi:ritNO Com
pany, waists and drrsies, of 245 Seventh
avenue, In which Salo J, Jackson of the
Jackson-Mack Manufacturing Company,
petticoats, was Interested, Is being liqui
dated by Anthony C. Rrew, secre
tary of the Merchants Pretectlve Asso
ciation, who has been appointed liqui
dator by the Ttocknolders of the com
pany. Mr. Rrew has given notice to
creditors that he will sell the stock,
machines and fixtures nt auction on
January 21. The company was Incor
porated on July 10, 1S12, with capital
stock $40,000 and took over the business
of Kllas T, Sllversteln, who became presi
dent. He has been struggling to save
the company since the Jackson-Muck
Manufacturing Company failure In Oclo
tober last. Liabilities are said to be
$26,000 and nominal assets about thn
I'. , gaprrme Coart Calendar.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 14. Th dav call In
th Supreme f'nurr fnr Prlday. .lauunry 17.
will t.p' Not. :, 112 (anil 113), 131, 121
lend 1241, I2. 1.7 (and 1:11, 57'; mini r77i,
I'.'V. 131 nml 132.
Sunieme Court Hi' Justli-e llreenb-im, l
I..n,;.,,l,. . M,.ril, L U' , I .
i .... .i. .....
Leslie Culleo s Iters, Ii -
Duuglus v Duuglaa Ur-
11..V .."si, i'i '.. , "i.' ""''I'll, I 1222 1223 nml u.T. I C I H Ii c t i . u tii'l r V I .A!!!": Ihrr'" Ihe I'.'tli day or Dccenibei, rorle of the County of New York, notice I'
W',-..,. Mm .'."."'L ,'.nw"r" , "s. reaeheil on Ihe KeuerJl caleiiibi is 1 '?'-' '"e''tliri ulu, il.e co.ts and allowance hereby given to all persons bavin, rlalms afslnl
xvk'S" u.r" '"o l;'."" !'."' .Ainstel-i. ..reine c i Spe lal Ten f.ittr'lal. 'V"i '"'i0- h"r"rr" Jwt-my and M-ioi Frederic Schumacher, late of Kplas-Rlms. France.
J ,'. L".1 i , , , Joseph .1 i Hefoie Hla. km ir. .).-s ",. ;.! it '.o, SJ?l.i with lnteie.1 fiom Decendiei 17 deceased, to present the same, with vouchers
l.mn. f roe x s Vmyu tte.ili Co. t,-.,, -,s -,, ',.. . ., ''- ltd., loceiher tilth the e.Kiisia of the t-ale Hi- thereof, to the subsrrlber. at hli place of trans-
l"!T";,Jli?Je ,M",l.nl" r.'.s lllgliest number reached on t'b , , I. ! .I'l'roxlnixte amount of in- iaxe, asesmeins , acting huslness. at the office nf Henry B. Gayley.
B-?Il-i''c"u.n;rn',,,,1'l;,' IJb'rty dar . iW. fi se" , in d rd t . the d , V- ' . "I"'.' '?"' '"' 'l,1Pr """."hlch are lo he ' No. 4. Wall Street, In rhe Clry of Nw VorH. o
Brewing i n..v M , p sUieen calendar freni dax tn ii ,,, ih. e, u- ii. llm,,l Ihj purchaser out nf the purchase or before the 1st day of April next.
D" Justice Nenburgf.) Zo er Xf Clros. f !,!;...!.. ' """I Calendar monri . Or P.I d bV the Referee. Is One IJini-ssnrl listed. New York. Senlemhee ISIh tM
VALORIZATION SCHEME ENDS.
tlraall Agrees to Sale of ti;tl,000
llnga Stored Here,
The end of the valorization coffee, so
far as tho I'nlled Staler) Is concerned,
came yesterday 111 the announcement
of the Valorization Committee In Lon
don that the H31.000 hags, stored In Sow
York under tho terms of the valoriza
tion scheme, had all been sold. The
approximate price nt present rates for
this coffee Is not less than $51,000,000
The announcement was made here In a
cable from London road In the Coffe
Tne salo oomes as the result of the
friendly agreement reached between Attorney-General
Wlckershatn and thn
llrnzlllan Government, following tho
ruilt filed last May by tho Attorney
General against the holders of the
valorized coffee In this country, as a
violation of the Sherman act.
The sale of the 931,000 bugs thnt 'had
been Htored In New York Is accom
panied by the determination of tlis
Valorization Committee to sell 300,000
more bags In Kriince, Germany, Bel
glum and Austria. The New York cof
fee bus been sold to seventy-eight buy
er., dltrlbiited through twenty States
of till' country, Ht uniform prices and
condition.. Tho Aiffee has been dis
tributed or Is In prncesjs of distribution.
Men In the coffee trado yesterday
looked upon the sale of this coffee and
the ending of the valorization schema
a a good thing for tho trude In clear
ing the market by thn removal of a
disturbing fartor thnt had been 'hang
ing over It fnr the last live or six years.
In the last two months tho price of
coffee has been depressed on rumors of
the sale of this block of coffee and by
the sate themselves. 'Die nnnual con
sumption In the United States Is be
tween 7,000,000 and 10,000,000 bags. The.
price of coffee on the announcement
yesterday was unchanged,
COURT CALENDARS THIS DAY.
NKW YORK COUNTY.
5ur"nie rniirr -Appellate DUItlon - Bt
fore Ingrahkiii. 1' J . McLaughlin. Laugh-
In, Clark sml Dow ling. J.t. Court orient
nt I I' M No. 414 414. 419. 421. 421.
413, 427. 42. 42?, 410, 421. 413, 4i, 437,
Hurreme Court--App'llst Term lleceaa.
.Supreme Court Special Tfrnw-I'arl I.
Refer ilreenl.aum. .1 Litigated mutlona.
Call at I" 30 A. M
Pert II Itefore Amend. J. Court opens
nt 10 M A M Kx palte iimltem.
Part III Hefoi New burger .1. Motions.
Preferred i u' No. 73, 737. 731. 740.
741, 1074, 1H02 I ?0I. 1J.J Crneral cnlen
rinr Xn 134. 11.1? 1377. 243. 1 173, 1753,
701. 273. 1 197. 1413, lOfiS. H3t. 1424, 203,
1171 1 3Ct. 134'. ;&!. li-"0 Mo. "411, Kill,
.4. M7. 1003. 1IS3, 174, 1319. IS, l7i.
I'.XH IV - llefore Koid, .1.
Port V -H-fore Deiiin), .1
Part Vt - Ailjourneil until Monday. Jan
Part VII ll-fore llenJrlrk, .r.
Patt VIII- Uefore Krlanger. .1. Causes
to li- sent from Part 111. to Paria IV..
V VII ur.d 111 fur trial.
Tllsl Term Part II llefore MrCall. J.
'o. 2100. in. 23.
Part III -Uefore t)al, J. .Vo
HiT.. 170. 177, 1360, 1770. S034, 471.
ITS:. 177?. 21.2. 47.0, 4432. 177 SI?.
Part l llefore I'oh.ilari, .1 --No-,
14Ki. 1731. 1 ) 42. ISO?. 1412.
I'OI 1M16 1141.. 2721,, 1101, (44. 4 . 4.
Par' V -Ailjourneil until MonJj),
ur 20 ma
Pari VI H-fore Whltaker. J Cs
7f .lay ealenuir
Part VII H'jre Pendleton. J Case on
No .lay ealrn'liir
Pari Mil llefore Hurro. .t Not Mil,
1S1. SC. 3J?. 4719. 240 '.. I4. 64, 1C.
I'.ir IX -llefore ;a-Kan, J No 1351.
Pari llefore Iionneily. J la cal
endar -No 9! . 1 4S. 1704, 170. 40',. 1093,
Port XI Ilcfor- r,tferlch. J Noa 712.
1112. 14-4. 1J2, 2019, 2021. 2023, 2024. 147s,
SC4 1..'1. 10H
Part XII Hftfore Ouy. J Day calendar
-No. 1140. HS3. 1(13. Ii2. 1252, 124S.
Par- .Mil llefore lllchoff, J - Diy cal
endar -N.is 13;i9. 134S, K'56 12SS. 919.
32-;. 1397. 1519, 1525. 1531. 1533, 1531. 421,
Port N1V Uefore injur, .t --lnqueat No.
1.-.5j Day calendar Xm. 1404, 1541. 1544,
Part X V A'JJournul until Monday, Jan
uary .'0. 1913
Part XVI llefore Gerard. J Day calen
dar -N" :4.7. 1 457, 1084. 1494, 1543, 1515,
1320. 1547. 154!
Port XVII Hefora Platiek. J Casa on.
No ilay i uletiilnr
I'art XVIII -llefore nrady. J Day cal
endar Noh 1029. 44, I4S4. 597, 1279. S'lS.
1214. H109. 504. 142s. 1629. 450, If 37. 1155.
Surrogate Court - Chambers - llefore
Tow le r. S Motion calendar called nt 10:30
A M Ills for proti.ite -niliaiieth 11 Zim
merman Crank J Parker, Itobert H Maker,
Amelia H Part Mlnnl- Iteuhle, John V.
niker. I'rank I'ranfonl. t.ouNa Wultera.
Alpine .M MrCrarken. l'afrlck Pender.
Ilarr M Jung and Arrhur It. Morrl-, nt
10 30 A M
hurrogate s uurt Trial Term. llefore
Cohalan. P --Contented will No. 254S
.tames lluclianan. at 10-30 A. M
-Hperlal Term Part I. B-
fore l.uce. J
Court opens at 10 A. M, Mo.
Pail II -Uefore O'Dwler. C .1.
ofieua ,i; io a M l; parte matters.
Cltv Cour' Trial Term Part 1 Before
I.ynih. .1 Nos. H33, 11.31. 1710, 1711. 17124.
P.irt II --llefore Oreen, J. Short cnusea
Nm. 509ti. 520S. 6053. 502. 5215. 6232. 5239.
5190, 6193. 6200. 6210. MM. B03. 6094, 6192.
5010. 329K The follnulnc asee will h
pained for the day Noa. S7S1. 4956. 5201.
-'..u.i, ii.-uy, ttiop, 4R.ii, i;m., i?;i, b.i.,
6.'17, 5214, 5219. 6220, 6221, 6222, 5.23
227, 62.'6, 499, 6116. 6093, 4930. 6107
11. 6231. 6233. 6234. 5235. 62.U. 6237
6241, 6243, 5244. 5249. 5250, 6305, 6017
C024. 6262. 6267
I'art III llefore Delehanty, J.
Part IV -Mrfore Smith, J
I'art V - llefore Srhmuck. J.
Part VI llefore Plnellte, J.
Part VII llefore Me A vox-. J.
I'art VIII Uefore I.a Petra, J.
Causes to tie went from I'urt I. tn
III.. IV.. V.. VI.. VII. and V1IL for trial.
Sirrrems Oourr Soeclal Term Cnin
opens at 10 A. M
supreme voun special Term for Mo
tions llefore Happen, J Court opens at 10
Suprems Court Special Term T7 parte
Uefore Jaycoi. J. Court opens at 10
ftuprenis Court Annellate rlv4. tan-
Second Judicial Department Before Jenka.
P. J i Illrerhberg, Jlurr. Woodward, Rich,
JJ. Court opens at 10 A. M. Enumerated
nay calendar: 41. 49, 17. 70, 14, 2(. tl, 14.
ei, lb. II, 14, tl. 19. II, 75, 7(, 77, SO
Supreme Court Appellate Division See-
end Judicial Department llefore Jenka, P
J.i lllnschneri, Hurr, Woodward. Rich. JJ.
5ourt opens at 10 A. M. Motion calendar!
unite va j-urciy. i.upaan vn Himuniti,u&iah
v 8lcmund Realty Company.
Pupreme Court Special Term Trials
llefore Putnatn. J Court onena a,t 10 A. M.
No day calerndar. Caaa on trial.
isunrema court Tr al Ti-rm Ptrt I..
Stapfeton. J.; I'art II. MannlnK, J. Tart
ill., uemr. j i j-art l . (iarretaon. J., fart
V., Crane, .1 , I'art VI . Rcudder. J ; Tart
VII. Van PlClen. J Court opens at 10 A M.
Day calendar-, 6291, 4354, K377. 4310, 4331,
4796. 4997. 4397. 5359. 4413. 9040. 9212. 2449.
MI9, I.44S, 4447. 4443, 4467, 444, 4, 6470,
4471. 4477, 6233, 1392, 2112, 4114, 5107, 6479,
6412, 64S5, 641S, 6449, 6490, 6491, 6492, 4493,
6494. 6495. C496. 6491. 6500. 6310. 6511. 4513.
6523. 652,. Highest number reached on
regular call 6529.
Supreme. Court Criminal calendar Trial
term I'art V, Refers Crane, J, Court
opena at 10 A. M. l'eonla va Tlroa Rheara.
counry court criminal calendar ror trial.
Part I llefore Tlernan. J Court opena
t 10 A. M. I.ouls Kmburr. race and asslt :
Mlehael l.oni. Real! : Morris llellakowaky.
nt I erupt extorttun, Peter l.aura. burg, and
art II llerors Talmailas. .T. Ttieodnre
Kllnse, aaslt., Domlnlck Meealtn. ssslt.i Jo-
II A. Alnore. e. lex . Felice lltm-n. arnII.!
Mii liael llllums, Hi-lt
I'art III -llefnre I'aililnrk. .1 Jnhti
Itaalie and John Herman, g, Icy, John Her
man!, g. ley , Domlnlek Delln. asslt.; Will
iam Jackson, asalt... Itlihard Kiilcher. asali.
County Court L'Mmllial Calendar- -I'ert
IV. llefore Dike, .1. Court opens ni to
4- M- Appeit a from Mas-latrntes' eaurta .
People a Hextoni People Itnpnratui Peo
ple is HutliMi, People a (lordoni People va
I OUntl Court Civil raletulnr Pne IV -
Hefoie Dike. .1 Court opens at 10 A M
Nos. 2691 2. 2771. SIM, 2760. 1403. 2775. 2761.
Supreme ( uurt -Trial Tei in.- Uefore i:..r.
i relmio. .1 Patt I lleneillit, ,.. ,irt f
Vns 11.11. ItSL 1127. 1 1 4 M. 1I6I 1164. 1174
'll7-.IISl. llsj. IlkS, lisr,, ins and 1200
ini. roiinwiiia laurea tr mntkeil reudv will
. ..V" '""".'. V III li"
i. lis.'vil li, I I ill- HI
....... . I . '. . ' 'I ' . "S. '2. Ijn
i--- ioi ijuo. ijiiT 120.x
12"'. 1210. 1. 1
Count ( ou-t -fumlnal Term Refer
llumohriy. J. Nos anni icm ., ...'.
1MMM4IIH. ' ","
FREIGHT MEN FAVOR
H.vpppls Iloforo Mnyor's ronnnis
sittii Hclii'vo Biir System Would
The Mayor's Terminal Market Com
mission, xvlilch has been trying to help
New York solve the high cost of living
problem, hns nearly finished luklni; evi
dence and llorough President Miller of
The lironx, chairman of tho commis
sion, unnouncrd yesterday that a re
port may be expected In u few weeks.
At yesterday's hearing freight ex
perts of the Pennsylvania and New
Haven roads told tho dlflleultloM that
confront them In delivering perlshubto
foods to New York buyers'. Iloth agreed
that n terminal market system on a
largo scale would help.
Tho attention of Mr. Miller xvas called
to a report that tho New York State
Agricultural Society nfter listening to
an uddreSH by l.nwrenco I.. DrlggM, a
former member of tho commission, had
passed resolutions condemning the plan
which Mr. Drlggs wns rtuntcd na saying
was the plan to bo advocated by the
commission. Mr. Miller said that since
the commission hart not yet Mulshed
ttiklne testimony no plan has been de
deled on and thut he was empowered to
request the chairman of the Agricul
tural Society to allow a member of the
commission to be present at any future
meetings of the society.
The report of Mrs, Klmer K, Illack,
ti member of the advisory bonrd of the
commission, who wn asked to visit
Huropeau markets and compare condi
tions abroad with those existing bore,
was made public at yesterday's. meet
Ins Mrs. lilnck's findings are In an
Illustrated phamplet deallnir In detail
with foreign mnrkefs. She says that a
comprehensive terminal market system
Is New York's "most urcent need," and
Everywhere In Kurope the provision
of adequate terminal markets under
municipal control Is pointed to as a
powerful aid In Ueeplnc food prices
down. The municipality should select
central positions for Its markets with
rail and river access. It should have
effectlvn control, not only over tho
markets, but the adjacent streets,
wharves and railroad sidings, so ns to
obviate evasion of the market tolls
The rentnls should not be high and no
subletting should he allowed under
In the Interests of the people's health
and happlnof-, no less than In consid
eration of the municipal finances, all
should rally to the support of those
who are seeking to secure the consum
mation of this urgent reform at the
earliest possible moment, consistent
with a full consideration of all Its as
pects. TO CRUSH COCAINE TRAFFIC.
.llnkliiK llleKnl Sale n felony
Will Co Ik tiirmbly.
Assistant District Attorney Jnmes A
Delehanty has drawn up and Assemblyman
James Walker probably will present to the
Legislature next .Monday a bill which Mr
Delehanty anil his coworkers believe is
tight enough to crush tho Illegal cocaine
trnlTIc In New ork It rnnl.es the Illegal
sale of the drug n felony with a seven year
penalty, the possession nnd traffic in Hake
cocaine are prohibited nnd the drug Is re
quired lo be traced from the manufacturer
to the druggist
The new VIII limit the character of pre
scriptions which a doctor may give nnd a
phyrlcian Is not allowed to prescribe Ihe
drug In crystalline form. Thirty days after
the passage of the act druggists, physicians
and veterinarians must keep records, and
the law provides that when the purchase
sheets and the sales lists fall to tally It will
be presumptive evidence of an Illegal sale,
and no drug store may have more than five
ounces of the drile at one time.
Assistant District Attorney Delehanty In
preparing rhe bill has tried to make It con
form with the requirements of legitimate
Jldrug trade and the strictest clauses were
eiigKosieu oy druggists .more otto A.
llosalskv examined the bill for Its con
stitutionality, and Judge Kdward Swann
took an active part in its preparation
srpp.E-ir. corn r. coi'.nty of new toiik
SARAH U .SCIIIIlKrrLl.V. WILLIAM .V.
CI.AIIK and LAWHHNCP CLARK, as surviving
trustees, Ac, of lll'.NHY U. .SCHIKFrTLIX.
deceased, Plaintiffs, against JKNNIK l.I'.KCOIIKN
and others, Defendants,
In pureuai.ee of a Judgment of foreclosure and
sale, duly made and entered In the nboie-rntltlrd
action and bearing date the I7lh day of December.
1812. 1. the undersigned, the referee In said Judg
ment named, will sell at public auction, nt the Ex
change Salesroom. No. 14-10 esey Street, In the
Dorough of Manhattan, City of New Y'ork. on the
28th day of January, 1813. at 12 o'clock noon on
thnt day, by Hryan U Kennrlly, Auctioneer, the
premises directed by (aid Judgment lo be sold,
and therein desertbed aa follows:
ALL that certain lot. piece or parcel of land,
with rhe buildings thereon erected, situate, lying
and being In ihe Rorough of ilanhatran, clry.
County and stale of New Y'ork, bounded and de.
scribed as fnllowa: .
Hl'(il.NNIN(i at apolnt on the floutherly aide of
One Hundred and Thlrrleth srrret. distant Two
hundred and eighty-eight feet and four Inches
easterly from Ihe corner formed by the Inter
section ef the southerly side of One Hundred and
Thirtieth Street with the easterly side of Setenth
Airnue. and running thence westerly along the
southerly side of said One Hundred and Thirtieth
Street eighteen feet and four Inches, more or less,
to the easterly .wall of the building adjoining on
the west, known by the Street Number One Hun
US1 . !ld Ilfty-two Weal One Hundred and
Thirtieth Street: ihenre running southerly In a
straight line and part of the way along said east
erly wall, nlnetj-nlne feet and eleven lucres to the
renter line of ti e block between One Hundred and
Twenty-nlnth street and One Hundred and Thlr
tletn Street: thence easterly along said center line
of the block eighteen feet and four Inches, more
or less, to a point distant Tw o hundred anil eighty
eight feet and four Inches from Ihe easterly idrte
of Seienlh Avenue aforesaid, thence northerly
and parallel with said Seienth Avenue and paitly
through a party wall, ninety-nine feet and eleven
Ini-hea to the southerly side of One Hundred and
Thirtieth Streer at the point or place nf beginning
Said premises being known as Number One Hun
dred and rifry West One Hundred and Thirtieth
Street and being the same premises Intended tu
be eonvejed by deed dated Nmeinber 20, nni
by Warners. Young. Individually and as Kxecutor
and Trustee under ihe ljist Win and Testament of
Jeannette Y'oung, deceased, to Jennie l-e Cohen,
which deed was recorded In the offlro nf tho
Register of the County of New WW on the J4th
day nt February, inc. In Liber 74 of se-iion ? ...
Conveyances at page 10.
nunjeri to stoop ana area encroachments.
Dated, New Y'ork. January 7th, 1813
JO.MtPII O. SKINNKII, Iteferre
VKR PLANCH. PItlNCP. A t' LA NDHlis, At
torney s for 4'lalntlff. No. In) iinuiriu..- n.
of Manhattan, New York Cltv.
The following Is n diagram of the property tn
be sold, Its stieet number l 15o West With stieei.
Crnier line cf fllock
12" III Mrret
The approxlmeie amount of the Hen or charge,
to satisfy which the above described property Is
to 1 e sold. I- Tuelle Hum. mil ll.ie., l,.,n,lV,i ,
r, i , ---iiiu l null .M-IUI llllllliri
thrre r. iiidn.l and miy-fcur nd i-ios dviUi.
ii..i"i no o-m inierrsi.
ltcd, New Y'ork, January lib, itu.
SL'PItl'.Mi: COLHT. NT.W UlIlK CDtNo,
IIKUI.AII NASSAflllt, Plaintiff,
I1IVIN f. N SSAfr.lt, Defendant.
TO Till' AllOVi: NAMPI) III". IMIANT
voi aiii: iii.iii:ii .st'MMo.si n t ,.
the i nmplaltit In lids action, nnd to rc a
of lout niisurr on the plalntltl's attornej w,i'
twenty uXjs nftrr the servlrn of this nummr,r
esrluMie nt the dav of service, ami In i .e
your falluie In appear, or answer, Indent- i
will he tnlu-n nialnst no'I In dcfaiili for tlie .
tlir ilenianileil In (tie rutlihlalnl
loth iu., .Mivctnoer lllh, IDi
Mii.ioN t. l.oi:ni:,
Allnrnev fnr Ptilml-
OBre and Post O.Tirr address, llx broaden
lioroucli of Manhaiiari. New York (.It
TO IIIVI. r. NA.s.n.M'I II. the defrndant nl... t
The forriroliig summons Is served upon vn .
rubllratlon, pursuant to an crder uf llonoral
Alfred II. Paie. one ef the .lustlres uf the .S'iprer
Court of the Mate of .New Y nrk, dated the :m
day of lleremlirr, tin:, nnd tilrii with th- n
plaint herein In tho ofllie of the Clerk ef ti
County of New York, at tho County Court llm,r
In the Ikiroii.h of Manhattan, dry of 7ew un.
on Ihe null day of Drieinber, 1013.
Dated New- ork. Iiereir.het ;sth, loi",
MllIO.V T f-41K.HI..
Attorney for PIxintllT,
Office and Tost Ofire aildre-s, tV llroM-,.
Horoinh of Manhattan. ew York Clt
SUI'ltHMi: COUItT. rot'.NTV OF Nl'.W YOHK.
UAltir. I-Ot.'ISK MKAI). as Hxecu- I
irit nf the will of Ijietltla M. liver. I
deceased. Plaintiff, I
nerman W. (later And Johanna V Summnna
C illlV-UI IIIIMTH, r
Ttiomas J. aieenan
County Clerk's Index N
To the above named Defendants and eaeh of
YOU AI1K nKftntlY SCMMONEn to aatwer
the complaint In this anion and ro serve a copy
of your answer on the Plaintiff's Attorneys xrlthla
i nay- nun wic ,-iti- 'it i. .3 nuiiiiiinDH, ei-
I elulve of the day of fervlce. and In case of yotir
failure ro appear or answer. Jutlcrnrot will bs
taken nirauiM nu ny unauii tor inn reiier ae
inamled In the complaint.
Dated .November ..".th. 1112
MAN A MAN. Plalntltl's Attorney,,
Office and Pint Office Address, No, M Wall St,
Horoush of Manhattan. New Y'ork City.
To the Defendants Herman W. oster, Johanna
Oster and Katie MeCormack'
The foreinilni: summons Is served upon yoa
by publication, purruant to an order of Ifoa.
Kdward 11 Amend, Justice nf the .Supreme Court
nf the .Slate of New York, dated the rlihlh day
of January, 101.1, and filed with the complain!
In Ihe office of the Clerk of the County of New
York at the County Court lloue in the Iloroxifli
of Manhattan, City of New York.
Dated. New Y'ork, January Uth, till.
MAN A MAN. Plaintiffs Attorney.
Office and Pnt Office Addres, No. 58 Wall St.-nl
Ilorousrli of Manhattan, .New Y'ork City,
SUPItKMK COURT, COUNTYor NEW YOttK
r. Ormonde Power, as Trustee, under Ihe Lait
Will ard Testament of Dnuelxs Gordon, rtec-mM.
plaintiff, against Daisy I Duncan. Jamet Mat.
thews, lometlmes known as James Mathea-a,
Marie V. Mills. Max I. Mayer. The New YorU
l-Ulaon Company and Tho City of New York,
To the above named defendants:
Y ou are herrhy summoned to answer the onm
plaint In this action, anil tn ferxe a copy of your
ansycr on the plaintiff's attorneys within twenty
dx s after rhe service of this summons, exrludte
of the dav of service, and In case of your fall-ire
lo appear or anser. Judgment will b txkeij
agnlnM yoi by ilefault for the relief derr.anled
In tho complaint
Dated October 2d. 1D12.
11 VIVT A TOMPKINS.
Office and Tost Office Addri!, 33 Wall Street
New York City.
To Daisy u Duncan, Jarnrs Mettheira n1
Marie M. Mills, defendants above named r.
foregolng summons Is lenrd upon vou bv pub
ration pursuant to an order nf the Hon FMuar.l
t:. McCall, Justice of the .Suprr-'ir ( ourt of ir."
State of New Y'ork. dated the Hh day r,f lie---',
ber. 1912. and filed with Ihe (omplaln' In Ihe otlrr
of the Clerk of the Suprerre i ourt snd lotintv of
New Y'nrSf, at the t'ountv ( uurt House, In 1'ie
city nf Nrw York. Horouch of Mr nh.ll.m. Mm
uf New York, on the Sib day of Pe errpe-. mi;
IIAHT .I 'I'oliP.'ilNrt.
7.1 Wed s . Vr r k v v
I'l'IIMC NOTI4 l.
Nl'.W YORK SCPIinMi: CO' If t'lRST jr-tll
C1AI. DISTRICT In the Mailer ' ll.e Applim
Hon of WILLIAM It. ILl.CUV .M1I.O I!. MALT.
HI K. WILLI Ul McCAItltlil.L, 1 DU ARD V
HASSrriT anil JOHN I li STI.fbillpillnc
1'iitillc Service Cumir.lsvlon ti er.it for the I'trsi
District of Ihe Stxlc of eu- V.ork, by the ('o
poritloti Counselor Tht-cill of New York, for en'
ou beh.iir of The Cltv nf New nrk, for the ap
pointment of Commissioners of Appralstl, p- r
suant to ( hapter 4 of the Uni of pot and th
several statutes amendatorv thereof and supti'e
mental therein, relative to acquiring & permanent
and perpetual underground rlehi. easement r.r-t
rlcht of way. and also a temporary rlsM or ease
ment for the construction, tnalntenane- an I
operation In perpetuity of a Rapid Transit Itn,.
road In, under or appurtenant lo certain premln s
situated on the easterly side of CK.VTRl- STRKi'l
and the northerly side of PIIARI. STIIKT.T. at ire
Intersection ef the northerly side of pr:,n.
STRKKT with Ihe easterly side of CKNTFtr:
STHIXT. and on the easterly side of Ul'.T
STJtriTl' and the northerly side of CITY HALL
PLACK, at the tntersecilon of rhe easterly side of
Dl'ANK STHLirP w Ith the northerly aide of CI rY
HALL PLUT. In the Hoiough of Manhattan
city of New ioik Brookljn and Manhattan
Loop Lines. Proceeding No. s.
Notice Is hereby given that an application will
be made by the undersigned tn the Supreme Court,
at a special Term. Part III. thereof, to be held at
the County Court House, In the Horough of Man
hatlnn.Vlty and County of New Y'ork, on the 2.1rd
day of January. 101.1, at the opening of Courr on
Ihat day or as soon thereafter as counsel ran bt
heard thereon, for Ihe appointment of a Commis
sioner of Appraisal In the above entlrled proceed
ing tn the place and stead of Ldwnrd W. S. Jona
Dated, New York. January in. 1813.
JOHN C. riTZOr.HALD.
. Commissioners of Appraisal,
st'pnnup. court, first ji'dicial nis-
TRICT. In Ihe matter of the Application of tha
PU1IL1C SKKVlCi: COMMISSION FOR THM
PlRSr DISTRICT OF Till'. STATU OF NEW
YORK, acting on behalf ot T he City of New York,
for rhe appointment of Commissioners of Ap
praisal pursuant lo ('hapter 4 of the Ijiwsof tW.
and the several statutes amendatory thereof and
supplemental thereto, relaUvo tn acquiring an
estate In fee simple absolute and an estate by way
of easement In nnd lo certain several premise
situate at and near the Intersection of MOTT
AVHNl)!: and KAST 13s-l II STRUCT. In the Bor.
rough of The Hronx. city of 7ew York, required
for Ihe purpose of the construction, maintenance
and operalfon In perpetuity, of a portion of the
rapid transit railroad commonly spoken of aa Hit
li'ainuton avknui: routk.
Notice la hereby given that An application wBI
be made by the undersigned to the Supreme Court,
at a Special Term. Part 111 rhereof. to be held SI
the County Court House, In rhe Rorough of -tan.
hattan. City and County of .New Y'ork, on the 33rd
day of January, 1813, at the opening ot Court on
that day or aa soon thcreaiurr aa counsel can be
beard thereon, for tho appointment of Commlf
sloner of Appralial In the. above entitled proceed
Ing In the place and stead of Frederick L. Taylor,
Dated, New Tork. January 10. IIU.
CHARI.F.S L. HOFFMAN.
CHARI.KS J. Lr.SI.1E.
Commissioners of Appraisal
SEALED BIDS sill be received by tits Hoard
of Water Supply, at Its offices, seventh floor. 141
Broadway. New York, until ll A. li. on Tnesdar.
January 21, 181S, for Contract 134 for surfacing
with vltrlOed hrlrk block, highways Around the
Asliokan reservoir. In Ihe towns of Olive, larbl
rown. Hurley. Woodstock and Kingston. L'ltt"f
County, New York,
At the above place and time the bids will ha
fiubllcly opened and read. Pamphlets contain
ng Information for bidders and conlrArt draw.
Inga ran be obtained At the above address br
depositing tha sum of Ten dollars Hini for earn
pamphlei. For further particulars see Informa
tion for Bidders.
CHARI.F.S STRACSS, rresldesl
CHARLES N. CHADWICK.
JOHN F. OAI.V1.V,
Commissioners of the
Hoard of Water Supply.
JOSKPn P. MOnrtlSSI'.V. Secretary.
OKFH'K OF T1IK COMMISSIONER?.
D C , .lanunrv 14. 1913. Healed propoM s
will be re. .Piil a' this ofllre until 2 n n k
P M . January 27 1913. for grading i "
strfeis, HKRrrg.itltig about 47.iuhi cubic xar.
HI ink forms of proposal and spi lb "
and nil neress.irs ttifm mation iii.i h- nt
taltied from the ('lff Clerk. Engineer D
prtnieni llooni 427 Dlsirlrt Itui lire
Wnsbluginn. 1 i ' i'1'Nri II Hl liiU I'll
JOHN A JOHNSTON and WILLIAM s
.ll.'DSON. Comnilsjloners, D c
ritoposAi.s ron MANfiACTfiUNn i ki
..-mi- llitildlng, Whitehall Strret, New ":v
City. N. V, .lanuar II. 1313 Sealed proposi .
In triplicate will lie rrcrltcd beie until 1 o dm
P. L. I'rhtino 3. 181.1, anil then opened.
inanuf.xetuiliic from nialerlals furnished I'X
(Juarterniaster Corps, and delliery al etteer '
New Yor).. l'hlH(lclilila m Chli-nco depots efts
(Juattrriuaster Coriis, .n.im Service Cnpr JJ
foi niatlim uionappllcntlnii M (IRAY' ZALlNShi.
Depot y. M
SCIU'MACIII',11, FRKIinniC In pursuinee el
.IMS' r. i nssai. -
I1ENRY B. OAYLF.Y. Attorney lor fcieoutoT.
41 Wall SUeet, Borough ot ytabalt4tia