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THE SUN, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1913.
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CITY BANK MAY FIGHT
, EMPLOYEE'S OUSTER
Treasury Department's Order
Barrinpr Miss Tnylor Is
.Resented.
HER WORK IS EXPLAINED
Information She Got nt Comp
troller's Office Always
Open to Public.
THE BOSTON MARKET.
lloiTiiv, April 24 Thorn worn "lern if
nrtlvltv tlurltiif tlm lnt tin ir licmr to-day.
Inn otlirtnlw tniillim tmitltmeit stagnant
Tin' lime wh (,'piiiTally weak This copper,
wore tlm Iip.ivIi'hI losera, lienrlng tho lirunl
nf the hcIIImk Wcilvi-rlnn vm tlio feature,
droppl nir uliurply to fit, off 7, the lowest
level allien l(ii2 Other eonxplctiniis lie
clinch wore Alloue. I, (Irnnliy I, InillnnA
lS, Mayflower t mid Oscciitii a, Host on
and Mnitii) nnd New I In voti wore nulet,
IimIiIIiik Htoiuly Maine Central old at iOi,
n ilet'llnn nf 2 Milnt. The mmimiiry
IIONDS
o . Oiien
.-Sie
Am T A T it 4'vs
i C II 4 g jt 4
IWii N K Cot Yarn It,
Slum I' Fruit 4i ln-.-a.
loan Wct TAT f.
7 K C N It Inn f.
mm N KTiTti
3"00 IT s Steel U
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Washinoto.v, April 24. MIm I.ntta
Tnylor, thn employee of the Nntlonnl
City Hnnk of New York who wan barred
from nun of rlcok In the Treamiry Do.
pnrUnent liy Secretary MeAdoo's order,
to-dny held n lotiR conference with As
sistant Secretary Wllllnms protesting
imlnst tho vvordlnp of McAdoo's ouster
order.
Mies Taylor asserted that there, had
been nothing irreuular In her work
which connlsted In tho compilation of
records now nvallable to tin- public In
thej Comptroller of the Currency's office.
Milton E. Alles, representative,
of the National City Hank here,
declared that the action against
Miss Taylor vvns uncalled for.
He wld that she had no regular
"desk," but was permitted to use one
belondnK to a meHfonner on the llv
yearly visits she paid to the Comptrol
ler's office. Mr. Alles Hald that If he
found any other person was permitted
to get this Information, which he as
sert under law Is public, he will raise
the Issue, nnd IlRht the mutter out.
It was announced to-day by olllclnls
of the Treasury Department that the
National City Bank of Now York and Its
representative In Washington, tho IJIrkh
National Hank, wore not the only bank?
to obtain Information concerning the
condition of others national b.inks from
the office of the Comptroller of the
Currency.
The Investigation of what Secretary
McAdoo terms irregular methods of Rlv
InK out Information in the Treasury De
partment dlsclo.-eil to-day that durlntr
the last year the Merchants National
Bank of Kli-hmoml. Va., has been sup
piled with information concerning a ae-le-ct
list of 101) banks. These represent,
it Is understood, nil national banks of
Virginia, all of thn lending national hanks
of the South nnd several of the larcer
banks In New York and other Northern
cities.
The Information has been supplied bv i
the Itlek-s bank, the Washington corre-
spondont. from statistics obtained In the I
I'omptroller's office by the woman clerk '
employed by Milton K. Alios, vlce-presl- I
dent of the Itlccs bank and personal j
Waahlnslon representative of the Na- I
tlonal City. .
The National City Bank Issued yester-1
day the following statement renardlnt; !
the work of its employee in collecting I
statistics from the oltlce of thn Comp- '
troller of the Treasury: !
"For a number of years the National
City Bank has had an aeeney In Wash
ington for th purpose nf furnlshlne n I
convenient means to Its eorte.poncl"nt
banks to have th representative r-o,ulrcd !
by law in connection with the destruction '
of national b.mlt note and th liandllnc '
of bond" to secure .-lrriilntlon and df '
posits. It has also b.en a praetlee, in I
whlrh we have had th fulj cooperation
of th Treasury Department, to have an
employee vllt the Comptroller's office to
compile such Information from the sta-1
tlstles In the Comptroller's reports a It Is
rustomary to tlv- out to anybody who de
sires to have It
"The national bonk net provides that
very national bank shall make a report
of Its condition upon the Comptroller's
call, shall forward that to the Comp
troller's office within five das of thn
date, of the call, and shall publish It In
the local newspaper. The object of the
periodic, call of tho Comptroller Is to dis
play th condition of national banks to
those who have business relations with
them.
"The reports of the Comptroller of the
Oirreney, as Is well known, ar public
property, except In so far as they relate
to the private relations of a bank with Its
customers, which aro never dlvulk'ed. As
a matter of fact, the statistics as to the
condition of banks are published in the
newspairs all over the country and be
come public property lone before the Na
tional City Bank obtains them In the
Comptroller's office.
"We have for many years kept n. card
index showlnc half a dozen of the prin
cipal item", such as surplus, dejislts,
loans and overdrafts, of all national hanks.
Originally this was obtained in mora or
less Incomplete form by M-curlng ths in
formation direct from individual banks.
The Information Is not compiled by the
Comptroller for thirty days or more after
It Is published by the Individual bank
It Is manifestly an Impossible task to pet
nix or seven thousand b.inks to send
ooples of their statomen's promptly. We
have found, therefore, it was a better plan
to obtain the Information directly at the
Comptroller's office, where It Is all cen
tred, and where It has always been open
for any one maklnw Inquiry. The work
of compiling this Information for the use
of the National City Bank his to be done
in the Comptroller's office because the re
ports are not permitted to b taken from
the office. Obviously to make up the sta
tlMlca It Is necessary to use a desk, but
th'rn Is no regular place assigned or any
connection hail -with th Treasury Depart
in' lit except this.
"The National City Bank does not feel
that there Is anything in Its relations with
the Treasury Department to require ex
planation, but It does feel that on all such
occasions the public should havo thu exact
facts."
M1NINO STOCKS
M Adventure .. . . ji, 5K4
(. AIIoiipi n, s;!,
lf.TJ AnialgnntMeil .. .. :, 78',
Am 7.UIO . ...
IV". Arizona Cons .Tj
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l Clillio fopjier . 4i'a 4)'t
111 Copper Itiiiige .... II 41
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" thioin Cons .
l'.'i lirinlij Con . fl M
ai llreen Can ; 1 It J'
im Hancock Cons .... ' Ms,
Indiana 12 i:
i lle Hoyale rr.i ST.'j
JW Kerr l.Ue 3V, .H,
44S Lake Cupper . .. H 1.1
Z Mn. Conn 3".
1M Maliner S'i 'j
2 Mohawk f.:Va
SV NiplKulne a s
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fV. North bake 1. li
Old Colony M IS 4
1U2 Do-cola I! 17
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T6 yulncv Mln. ... P TO
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IV. Miannon .... 10', 10,
?i sh.u A Art 2.14 SJ,
2., stirnTlor 314 214
1" SUP A HoMon 3', 3
10 Tamarack Sfj '
70 Trimly ... 4 4
4 i Tuolumne : :'j
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:.. I S Smell pf 44', 4i,
!.o I 'tali Apex 1 1, H,
Id t'tali Cons R &
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UAlt.ROAI) STOCKS.
9 Ho.ton A 1tot .2S0 2W
130 IliMtnn Kl . . H i
170 llo-toll A Maln liP, K,
4 Ho, loll A Wor til 1.1 13
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l.- Maine Central 10J 10.'
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15.1 IVnn.i rls e 37
2 Pullmjii . . tt UJ't
f Ctilon I'a.ine. IM JM
10 Wel End . 7.". 70
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10 N K Cot Yarn....
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CUHH STOCKS. CLOSING l'ltlcr.S
Hid Aked
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ttohftnla
Huston Klj
llutte Central
CUaveri
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Con- Angina
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THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET.
PniMnn.i'iu.. April 24 'In matket
clo-ed dull nnd weak after a day of the
utnion lndi!lerence (all mone. which
has been ea-iti? ofl for -several ilnvif, wa
oDered to-dav at 4', 'I he official rate
remain-, at .' per cent , but It I- thought
a reduction to 4', per cent will mioii In
made I rader at the end iippeatcd to
I eel the weakness In Sew rk. lellected
on the local eii hamre bv n decline In I lilted
Ma'e-1 Steel common I'lillaileipiiia i.ieuru
h the only Htroni:
The summary-
feature on the li-t.
Sale,
20 Am Can
II Am a
(ji Am Smltlnf
in Can Pacific . . ..
00" C A O
' II irwoo.l Else ..
li Interhoro .
4i Am lUannted .. .
41) Am IU
10 Am lls Pf
15 IliMwin
3)1 C irnl-rla Steel . .
X Kle stor Hat ...
21". I.ell Aphalt t c. .
31 .en A'phalt pf....
i I ni Co of N A
10 Keyton Tel pf...
113 I-hliTli Valley. ..
15 I-hish Nav 1 c.
121' IViina
)("i 1'hila Co
i. I'hila Co cum pf
2'. I'hila Klc
117.1 Tonopah
YJ Ton llelmont . . . .
1JH Heivtuur
11 rinori Trac
II C (i I
tJVO V S Steel
200 Inter Met pf
40 N V Central. ...
1567 I'enna warnts w 1
1K1 St I. A n f 21 PI
Onen- nutv Low- Clo
lilf rpi r. in
. 34S 2S 34S
. 104', 1044 1014
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. 24J 212 242
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IIONDS.
MOTOR CAR CO. IN TROUBLE.
Creditor Kile Petition Acalnat the
Apperson Concern.
A petition in bankruptcy has been filed
acilnst the Apperson Motor Car Company
of New York., dealer In automobiles at
737 Seventh avenue, by these creditors.
Charles V. Craft. 1110; William J. I.an
bendorfer, $7C; Walter Simpson. 158, anil
I'ndirlck c.nissmuck, H3n for salary.
He was secretary and treasurer of tho
i oiiipany.
It was alleged that the company per
mitted thn Coodyiar Itiibber Tire Com
pany to obtain a prefeience by lignl pio
recdlngs on a Judgment under which the
Sheriff nihortlscd a sale for April llfi. The
Judgment was for $177
Judge Hazel appointed William Y. Mil
ler receiver, with authority to complete
salon of automobiles whero contiactH of
sale nnd deposltH havo been made.
Liabilities are $.".,000 and assctx, st.nno,
Tho company was Incorporated on .'eb.
ruary 1, 1!HJ, with capital stock, 110,000.
11 M0 Am O A E f .
1000 K A I" 4
i00 Intir-Slate 41...
11001 Krtone Is. . .
1WO0 I'hila Kleo 4t
e'"-i Hruilint- ( m 4i
fiiO II A O cv 44
1000 llarwoo.l r
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THE CHICAGO MARKET.
CinrAnn, April '24 l'ieKure nf liquida
tion developed In several Issues to-dny.
with Sear--lloebiick showing the greatest
let lino Commonwealth KdNon, American
Can common, Chicago Pneumatic Tool and
Chicago Hallway "2ds ul-o were weak rea-tilte-
Chicago Telephone bonds showed
the only activity In this department. The
summary.
Slle
250 Am Can
pn Am ('.in pf .
4) Am TAT....
30 llooth Kinli pf .
41 Chi Pneu Tool.,
trei Chi Uvk serirn 1
2"! (.'hi Kin nerle 2
l"-2 Com Kilinon..
fi Corn Piml Hef.
35 Diamond Match.
M (iniiilrich . ..
1.' Hart SAM pf.
11 Puhlie Serv pf
50 Kiimely pf . .
30 Seam-lloeliuek
17 scam-ltoe pf
50 Suit! A Co
25u f S Steel..
10 union uarumr
Onrn Huh- Ij5w- Clo,
ine e,t est ins:
314
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IIONDS.
MS 11 IIS 11',
. . 100s loos 1004 1004
BIO DECREASE LOOKED FOR.
Copper Matetnrnt for April Kl peeled
In Short 10,000,000 In ir.,IIOO,.
OOO Pnnnila leereee In Vnrpln,
Heduetlon of io,(KKi,onn to lf.,P(M),oiM)tound'
in surplus stocks of copper was predicted
yesterday for the forthcoming statement
of tho Copper Producers Asssoclallon, 'I Id
expectation has been one of thn chief con
tributions to an advancing copper market.
Yesterday's mnrket was characterized
as quiet but firm, with first hands selllnif
nt l.s' cunts. There wcro some small
offerings under this level by Interest'" who
are always disposed to mnko concessions
hen eieii a temporary lull occurs In u
buying movement. Ill port orders were
unimportant.
The Merlon advices from London were
very optimistic, as they pointed too possible
towering of woild'-. stocks of the metal
to a llgurn near last summer's minimum
So well considered are the letters of Henry
II. Merlon A Co, In the copper trade that
an abstract appears below
'"Ihe American llgnres fm Manhl,
width have met tho most optimistic fore
cast, make 11 11 excellent rdiouhig thev
furnish a striking prool of a world wide
consumption ol unexampled magnitude
The deliveries to consumers, both donn'Mle
and foreign, nggtcgate s,s;7 tons, which
is the largest tonnage renuiled lor liny
single month shoe the statistics were coin
piled. Hut notwithstanding these enor
mous takings by the trade them l Mill u
remurkablt) clamor for metal lor immedi
ate delivery, and u great proportion of the
buslnossln refilled copper which was trims
ucted during the current week called lot
prompt supplies a, id for April khipuieiil.
ihe withdrawals of stocks irom lirill-.li
unil Continental warehouses Iiumi again
been on a substantial scale, so that In iew
of tho heavy purchase made lor thl and
licit month tnero is reason to antlilpate
h Turther conelderable shrlnkago In Di
visible supplies. It Is Indeed quite po-slble
that within a few months we slanl again
be Hue to fate with the eitoedingly small
reserve Mocks experletn eil last summer."
COURT CALENDARS THIS DAY.
-Hp.
. Ku.
2305
.19
NKW YOUK COUNTY
Supreme Court Appellate DPI, Ion
ce M,
Supreme Court App'llate Term ltecess
Nuprein Court fiiiiUI Torm Part I
Before l'ilRC. J I.ltllMtcil lildl lulls callcrl Mt
1013(1 A. -M
VatI II. tlefore Lehman, J. Court opi-ns
at lu;30 A M 17x irl.- mattiii.
Pert III -llefore (ili-KprUli. J Motion.
Preferred Caue No. 2J20 iii-ii-rul cilin-
liar No. 19t. 2303, 1447. 1M,. lie", 13mi.
101. 2356, 931, I3, 10.S5. 1720 17...
2110. 745. 13, 21M, 1915, 1-Jl.. 230(1
-.'!t2. Ift4.1. tit?. .355. 1422. l-97. H7
212S. 2307. 2137, 2.175. 2J7, t.V. 211-1. .9j
Part IV - lie !..
Part V llefore (lafi;ii. J
Part VI llefore HIJui. J
Part VII, llecrm
Pnrt VIII llefore (luff. .1
Cauif, to be ciit from Part III to Part
V. VI iiihI VI 1 1. lor trial
Supreme Court Trl.il Term Prt II
Before New burger. J - Non 3371, 3345, 33. .
326 S
Part III tP-fore DMan). .1. Iy calm
Jar No., 3077. J03t, 3092. 3l'J7. 3145. 3095.
3152, 314, 3306. 3131. 3u7, 3335. MU3
Part V Before l)onnell. .1 l)n i.ibn
ilr Non. 3010. 3124. 314.. t4l(. r.t. 3123.
25C2. 3116, 3127, 312. 3144, 6i63, 2172, 319V
3331, 1346. 2'lt.
Part IV llefore Tord, J No 456. 1013.
2437. 1997. 2IK4, 2439. 2141, 24 31. 254,
3116. 5667.
Part VI IJToi Amenn, J .no, 2m,
2574, 3006. 1376. 1377, 102. 3034. 27t, 203,
3401, 1170, 1770. 2M. 2459. 2974, 1294.
2716. 2134. 2793. 164, 6151
Part VII Iteci--
Part VIII Before Hendrlck, J. lnuu-M
No 1716 Day lalendsr No 1361. 9 4.
.1242. 3244, 3249, 3312. 3314. 3317. 239. 3;-e.
295, 3233
Part IX llefore Bhnenilerf. J t)jy cal
en1.ir No 641 2632. 2403. .'95T. 2969, 3044
Part X -llefore llliKlo. J 1M calendar
-No. 2t73. 3nl7. 2075. 2677. 301. 1471,
2219, 2C('. 2d 11. 8067 301. 324. 3026
Part XI. llefore Krlanccr, J Ina.ui-t
No 22 Day ii.le nilar Nop 30t9, 3072,
3109
Part XII Before PUtzk, J. Nos 4321,
137. 1906. 3160, 265. 1936, 47. Sill, DO.,
J16. 3167, 1151
Par: Xill Heforp (Irppnbaum. J. Cal
endarNo.. 696, J07, 1342, 1705, 1427, 1430.
1431. 15
Part XIV. Bpfore Iiavl. J, I)a calpn-ilar--.No.
2369. 2639. 2633. I9fl. 2251. 3147.
2575. 255.
Part XV -He.
liirt X VI. Upfor Pendleton, J. Nop
r:.t. 2235, 2370. .372. 2373. .4.1. 2133. 960.
3i.2. 339. 12. 1772. .o;6. 2557. 255. 2567.
2223. 1216. 2416 2417 2121 2122. 222.
2lS2. 1327 231. .10. 2222. .563. 2364. .JH,
Pari XVII- Before Whltiiker, J. I)a al
enil.ir -No 367 36. 1093. 161. 2137, 1911,
.11". .14 2442. .1214. 1 131
Pnrt Will Before Urads. J. Ca,e on.
No day talemlar
s'urrup.ite'p Court -('hamtier- Before Co
halatl, H Motion calendar called at Id 30
A. M. Will for probate Dudley .laruln.
Iferth Batnt.erc II itinah f-toke. Charlofr
II. Dlrkltipnn. Krnct II Ileliren,. .loeph
II Aber. sew ell I" Temr, Klleii lrli n I.
.lohanna K (' (iell.i.-h. Wiill.tm 1 ltailford.
William I' (il.nle IteKlna Calm
surrosnte' Court Trlnl Term Before
Kowler, S Cutl'eBted will 'o. 202 4 of
Jopephlnn (ji-dne) Betate of Adam B
S hulthel at 10 30 A -M
City Court Hpeelal Term Part I Be
fore Mi Aoy, J Court open at 10 A M
Motion
Part 11 Before iSniltlt. J Court open
at 10 A. M Kx parte matter-
cm Court Trial Term -Part 1 Before
Klnellte, J No .'.447, 2109, 201 4. -'40.
299, 2s01. 2906. 290. 292t, 2924. 2930. 2933.
233. 242t. 4744. 10704. 2,74, 2719. (43.
2734. 2418, 27.3, .'774. 2670. 216. I'M).
2S2. 2131, 2334. 211, 242, 243, Ml.
244. 2I9. 2856, 2s:7. 2933. 291", 2911. 2944
29144. M864. 2J45. 2916, 2917 2951. 2952
2954. 2P55. 2967. 295, 2959. 2960. 291,3, 2905.
FOREIGN STEEL CONDITIONS. I
Iron Ae" Deport Strength In 1Mb
Iron In (lermniiy nnd I'.iiKlnntl.
'Ihe Iron Afe correiondenls In Kurope
reported I lull weakness In lg Iron In the
i nlteil Stales lias not been reflected In
(iermany and P.uglatid. The publication
reporls that Ihe pig Iron syndicate of (Ier
many last week in adopting lis scale for
the second half of the year made no change
In prices save for one udvuiice, while It Is I
expected that the entire, production of the'
second half of the year will be sold out
within two weeks, However, there have
been reductions In steel bars and plates
from 2 lo . murks per ton. Steel hats and
plates In Belgium hao been reduced In the
List week. Steel and Iron prices In Knclarul
are holding firm.
'Ihe Illinois Central Itallroud has ordered
I.wki cars from the American Car and Foun
dry Company. 'Ihetiratid Trunk Itullro.td
of Canada has placed n contract wllh the
Canadian Car and foundry Company for
;i,inki freight cars In addition to t.Aisi re
cently otdered from Ihe Prestsl Sieel Car
Company The Seaboard Air Line has
ordereil i,,-(in cars lloin Ihe American Car
and foundry Company and lorty lo omul Ives
of the PaclHc type fmm tlie Ametlian
l.oiv.iiintlvr Coinpunv, ul i live -.winding
engines f i . m ihe Baldwin Work. 'I here
nrc now Inquiries for about vti.nno uirs and
4l.o locomotives before Ihe niurl.el
Pig Iron business In the local district has
been dull lor some lime, wllh practically
no large orders booked In several weeks,
although much good business Is pending.
Ilujers are said to be holding on In Un
belief that prices will vvotk lower
An ofllcial of the Ilepubllc Iron and Steel
Company regarding Iron conditions says:
"Pi ess reports as to unsatisfactory con
ditions in tho foundry pig Iron trade are
misleading. The change In the Iron In
dustry has no bearlnc on the finished Iron
and sleel business. So far ns the eteel com
panies are concerned It will only mean
cheaper Iron and cheaper coke, whlih should
favorably affect the earning of these con
panic."
STRIKE HIT CLOTHING FIRM.
Lunar TIenp Blnnied for Bnnkrnptc? )
if Hnlklnd A Joseph.
A petition In bankruptcy has been filed
ngnlnst Joseph I.. Hnlklnd and Isaac
Joseph, who compose Hnlklnd Joseph Aj
Co, also doing business as the Imperial
Clothing Specialty Co, manufacturers of
clothing specialties nt S3'! Broadway, by
these creditors Fred Iltltterflebl AV Co,
l:!.,"iii'). Standard Alpaca Company, $21 s
and Sylvester Si Levy, tillifl
Judge llaxel nppi itited Holmes J. Cor
bctt of Fred Hutterlleld Co. and Senator
M.ver Nussbnum leceivers The ap
pointment of Mr Corbet t was n
quested hy the petitioning creditors
and two other ctedltore. Importers and
Traders National Hnnk, S2I,IU', and
Adolph Arons. lU.Oini
It was en 1 1 1 that the main reason for
their present embarrassment was the re
cent strike In the clotblnir ti.nlo T.l.nlnli.
J tics are J.1,000 and nominal assets about
the same, which will not realize noarlv
as much if sold In bankruptcy proceedings
297.
Hinmuik,
599. 531.
6709, 6497,
566, 61'.,
1,717, 6721,
65tl.
29
.1
663,
6594,
664,
f.725.
f730.
.Short
f.1,'2
5221.
51, J li.
6733'
I to Prt
for trial
lleferee Appointed.
Supreme Court By Justlcn Lehman
Sllveratone v Herman John .1 McBrlde.
Ilntlii v. Hall Albert Blumeniteel ; Jpftrey
, Nathannon Jamea .M Dunohue.
Strike Cloe Taint shop.
rilll.APKi.i'iHA, April 21. Nirarly all
paper hanging and paint shops In the city
were closed to-dny by the strike of n,,,
employees who am affiliated wllh unions
r higher wages. The police made seven
rreats for dlsturbancea.
Itecelver Appointed.
Ily Ju-tlee la-liman John M Bower vs
Maritn M Heller Samuel V, Herrlman
N Y Trust Co. V Mary P. Ilianey Hantuel
4- Ilc-rrlman, American Mig. Co vs. Charles
Levy Samuel : Herrlman, Knrrkk lllitap
v WIlllaiuKhurith Trui Co. (2 rdini..
JnPih T Mc.Mahnn Arililbahl Dnuda v
Barry Levy (2 rn,e) l.oul Hop; Phlllri
KUng t. Iiaac Preiser Philip Klwif.
2967. 290. 297
Pari II - Before
e.iu.e Nop 56.1 5
,67, 472, 6t6. 6b79,
56V0, 561, 56t2. 54,
-,9I. 6702. f.706. 5716,
5695, 6213, 6660, 6693, 6664,
692( oi.4, ,31. s.3
Part III. Bifore (ireen. J
Part IV. Before Lynch. J.
Part V. llefore Luce, J
Part VI. llefore Delehanty. J
Pert VII. llefore La Ketr. J
Part VIII llefore O'llnyrr. J
Caupra to be pent from Part
III , IV . V. VI , VII and VIII
KINdri CDl'NTY
Hupreme Court .Special Term nd Chm
ber Court open at 10 A M.
Supreme Court special Term, for Motion
Before Blackmar, J Court open at 10
A M.
Supreme Court Special Term Ex parte
llefore Putnam, J. Court open at In A l
supreme Court special Term Trials Day
calendar Befoie Manning, J Court open
at 10 A M Nop 3009, 3037, 1044, 3051.
2264. BlghiHt number reached on the teg
ill ir cam 3061.
Supreme Court Trial Term- Day calen
dar Prt I. Kapper. J, Part II Kelly,
J. Part III Kelby, J. Part IV IIimh
dlct. J . Part V liarretpon, J , Part VI
Crane. .1 . Prl VII - .M.nldon, J Court
open at 10 A M - 10673, 72 16, 7570, 757.
7643, 76J4. 1-607. 7599. 7603, 7'.21. 7'.'.
7i.29.7630, 76l, 7419. 7646. 7663-764, 767
7669. 7670. 1,40. 1607. S423, 10863. 1S.
203V.20.il, 2501, 4140, 4U2. 5462. 6796. 695.
.13.1, 7351. The balance of Ihe day cnlin
dar Hands over until Apill 2S lllghial
numlier reached on regular call, 7795
Supreme Court -Trial Term Part V
Criminal -llefore liarretpon, .1 Court oprim
at 10 A. M Barry William, John Pal
robbery. Ignatius II. (,'unmano, leiclvlug
stolen good.
County Court Civ II calendar Part IV
Before Perrls. .1 Court npin at 10 A M
Actions triable by thn court without a
lury Nil. 2764. 300. 3077. 1551, 303
254, 301(7, 309, 307 S, 105, 2760, 3086
26
County Court Criminal Calemlnr for
Trial Part I -Before Dike, J Court opens
at 10 A M. -Peter CarUl, carrlng ii.in
Iteroua weapon, (ieorge Miller, heroin,
P.itrlik Paluierlco. James ,u (lallo, bur
iflary, Kri-derlfk (I Weber Brand larcrnv
Ip.ibella llurtiin. unaull. Juiiiip Parley, rob
bery. atitmptrd rape and an.iult
Part II Before 1'ae.ielt. .1 Nathan Por
man, assault, Prosper Devol. rebtiery anil
apaiilt, IMna Delapottei le. perjury Tltotn i
Davis, ap.iult, Joneph Stein, grand larceny.
Part III. Befoie Nje, J ;l,i'Ui I'ulld.
grand laricny, Mux Maudel, grutid larceto
Vlarlln Demato, Drace Demato, IltaRglo
Boccl, UlagKlu Carrt-llo, robbery, aeeault
and grand larceny, joeph 1 tori, grand
larceny. Bartholomew Murphv. grand lar
cen . Albert Mclnerney, burglar
CB'KKNS COPNTY.
Supreme Court- -Trial Term. Before Van
Slclen, J. Nop. 1410. 1729. 1229, 973. 1 421.
1131, 1739. Keniulnder of calendar papHcd
to April 2. Illdiept number reached mi the
general (ulenUar I. 1 4 ft 7
Supreme i-ourt -Special Term for Trials
Before Scuilder. J -Nop tt, II., 25, 33,
lllxhral number reached In tlb.
(County Court- 4'rlniluul Term. Before
llumphrcy, J. No 3771. 3837. 3621, 31129,
3860 Special Term- -Caueef. Welp va Itelliim
BlilK, Co.i ll.iulit et ul v Wild et al.
O'Brien v Cougau el al.
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
.1 .Willi M KHItl.H'M - A p-tltton )n Imnk
rupti iia t.e.n m-.l usdini't .la.nb M
I. hriii h u i!iaiiufn iurr of k.i ninl
tt. trl. 'Kuiro .it ij yt ln. ti'h
niift l.v thrf roi.t tnr- H"nl ,ltnon
S'T.1 VrvKronn HmM I'lttlrik' rotnp.itiy
II. M. and l.ouN I Tii el. S30H, ul n not x
of th rnloii an.l Clonrlc l'ixtiii e
-'ninri.tiij of 142 UVm lltcht cnth mrof t
whlfli he lnilnr-fi. wn reilfnt of
tli lompui) hthI n pftltloii w,i file'!
nr:lti?t tli i nnipany on tlnPfiay
SAMti:t. STi:iNi:it H-tltUm In har.k
rupf lnn leru I.I-I Hetfiliift Pfirnu1!
Mlnr. tlt-alrr In J-wt?lr nt HSl Uro.i.l
Tay. hy llhf rretlitort. NnnlllnciT llrot ,
Att. S. finer. SlOu. nn'1 I. -on Hlfcli.
ln . H it wiiN filter:! th.it li mail"
Hit i.c'r-tgimiftit io Joiepti H t t n 1 r it . h
)ivir of 3.0 Uronlwav .ltn!it Mil? t
Mppoliit4l Mr Stelnbri; rrl"r. I.IhMU
tl'(t ri ir. &0t unil .ifMPts K.jOO.
MMUH'H NAf-ANuW IT. -A Ptltlnn In
(ittikruptry him hrn til1'! ntrulnut Mun us
ttHti.iv It: 1t"nlir im tniillr.p'ry at ' K.nt
1 . ft! trt. h th"" rM I tiri .Mypr
Milntl'.ullz. tUi. S.uniie) t;iIUhrr. $139.
unI U lllt.-itn Actlicr $131. I.UMilr i, .(r
ivtooo (1nl ttff-tii $? 000. .hnlpr Il.i.: 1 up
point ft! cinrcni Ca Truth ret!vfr
PAHIi: KN'ASTKIt V petition tn hank
rupt' v li 1ri rtl 4i fiKHlnct S.tII Kna
tr. (l-iltr In tnf.llritr ..t MIA nnl MO
Tlitr.l nc nut bv thmf 4 itMlltnri- Philip
it.nir $St. ami tict Ilr ( '
Apt art .tiniMtf-i at JI uOO
THK Aisrii-I ATIMN n l llTOHS WX
A I'l'lt AIHKIO. IN- extort ,u untHpm
ant I a u It tor at 170 Hnm'l v, m . hi" in it"
nn .Finnient to Thou .1 Kitt'xnnKh Th
loTportilop ln orporatnl In Marrr.
I'M! with t-Tpital tork $.'n0f!0 T!i ilfil
of (it--le:niiitnt nan hit net. ty IIum Tajiur,
treasurer.
Till: IPHAI. WJNI) PUIKI.U COM PANT.
m.inufa titrerp of n Ind (hleMt, atito
mobile top nnrt llp roverf at lOiti Hroail
a. hit muri nn HtKninent to Marry
Trunk! The fornpany a Inmrporateil
In Noetnher, ll0s, with tuptul tock
$10 f00 ami llenrlelt Ueilmotul M pr-l
ilent.
HKHMAK A TIKI.rKH - I.eon Herman ami
Itubtn Hlfer hn rompofetl Herman A.
Heifer clothing dealer at .'3 llffei
htreft hae mail an algnnteni tn I.oiils
J acnl'(ori,
NORTH
GERMAN
LLOYD
April Vf li
Mat II
lUliM rTllhelm 11
KluuuriDE Wllhetm
Krunprlnreln Oellle. Mayl.'l
l nt Uall .Sailing
llirbaru,. (Hrciuen D'ctl Mar I
llremcn Mui H
rrtnr rrleiirlc hwill.elm Ma In
LONDON PARIS BREMEN
Hailing on .SATI'IIDAV. lor
Til K M K l I TKlt U A N K A X
Kocnli Albert April 2t
Berlin May III
M)HAV-I'(I.4U Ki:)lll.S
June IO, .luly 5, from llreinen
In IMS the North Grm
Uajrd cmrrlcd more pas
Bgcra la all rlaoacm,
Flral. Sccaad ni Steerage
eaitbound and went -bonad-North
Atlaatle
ac rvlec, taaa any eHir I Ine
OILHIC8 CO, OBSKftiL (DENTa
Brr. N, T.
Court of Appeals Calendar.
ALBANY. April 24. The Court of Appeal
calendar for to-morrow l No 105, 65 and
8 6.
Hnpremt- Court Calendar.
WASBINOTON. April 24 -The .lav call
In the Supreme i-ourt for Friday, April 25,
Ip: Nop. 257, 259. 201, 2113 (anil 264, 302 nnd
303), 2.5. 2JJ, 2f (and 600), :, 270 (und
279), and 11.
Grand
American
Tour
Leaving May 14
Grand Canyon, California,
Yosemite Valley, Yellow
atone, Alaska, Canadian
Rockies, Utah, Colorado.
.Similar lour Later.
May lie ..end wiu Hlnerartes
Raymond A Whltcomb Co.
IVtli Fifth Ate., Nck Vurk,
THE
WHITE STAR
LINE'S
New
OLYMPIC"
FITTED WITH
DOUBLE SIDES
AND ADDITIONAL
WATERTIGHT
BULKHEADS
EXTENDING FROM THC
BOTTOM to the TOP
OF THE VESSEL
Will Sail from New York
May 3 a. May 24
and Regularly Thereafter
A ...: P.crGJ,
Irmiiulli I herhonr- niullia"Ptan.
.MAVS, June .
May. 10. Jane :
June JUiy
Jll' "11. in v M Jiil 11 Au
vi ..rli-- Ael 23. 10 A..M
V.V.! My 2. 10A M
hi Klelphla Mav . in A.M
St. Iiul. Jiii ell. in V M
Atlantic Transport
Red Star
TVen lnrlc-l.nndnn IHreri Pi r. . N.B'
. iineiona.A.t re. In SUA M June 7. July s
fllr.neli..t,y...s j,, A . Ma .11 .Im.e 2?
M nnetill Mvl7 A VI Ji.ne 14. .i I y I.'
Minnehaha Mai 24 to 3D . VI .Inn-21 lulyD
I'ier 01, N. H.
10:00 A. M.
. V. I.nndnn 1'ari I lher Antnerp
I inlniil . nrll 20. .lay24, June 21
l-apland Vlay :i, May J1. Jtt-ie ii
Krixinlanil, Vav 10 June ;. .I'liy i
eeUe.l n 17 June 11. Ily 12
White Star l if60
I'l.imoatli-I hetlionri Soolhainplon.
Oreanle . April rn, noon: Mav 17, June;
Olvmple.. Mav :i. A M Mav ;4...lun-14
MJetle,. May in. noon: Miy.T. June 21
er lork 4jtieenlonn- l.lterpool.
Celtle.. Mj-i, noon. ly2. June 2
I'ertrle. . .Mj . i hot, June s. July .4
Iialtle..,, May n. noon: Jure 12. July in
Adrlntle. .Mav"'' noon- Jun P JuU 17
4TDl.e lloaton- Vleitllerranean- Italr.
Cnople . , April 2 3 P VI., June 12, July U
cretle... May 17, a AM.: June 2V Sept. a
rM,ns"er Dept.. (I llroadnar. . V.
CUNARD
MI4T l7XPl:lHTIOI'S ROUTE
IHBK4 T VIA FIHIIBIIAltll
LONDON PARIS BERLIN VIENNA
The ftet temers In Ihe world.
MAURETANIA LUSITANIA
Qneeniitowo. Fliht""!. Mrerpool
CarmaaU, Mays.lOA.M.fnrnnt. June 7. 10 A.M.
i-,iW4Vi ! 'Manritania'r m.
. Pn"..Myl4,1A M ..j.Jll,D..1A.ls:
Mauritania JTm is.MmMj3b
4'armtiln,Mj3l,li)A M. MlllfSISnO AM,
Doe not call at yueenstown. Kapltiound
MEDITEI1ANEAN ADRIATIC SERVICE
Calling- tt Madeira, (Jlbralttr, Cenoa, Naplr.
Trieste, Flume. .1lltn( noon. .See Itinerary.
SAAONIA. Apr. 2 IVI'.IINIA, May 24
t'AHI'ATMIA. May 10 HAXOMA. June 12
Hound the World trip. IBM. Npfrlnl ihroush
rairi. to Cgypt. Inula. China, Japan, Man Us, aup
trails. New Zealand, touth Africa and bouih
America. Independent tour In Kurope, etc. Mend
for booklet Cunard Tours.
A cent for 1'enlnsultr A Oriental S. N. Co. In
L'tiltrd .states and Canada,
Summer 4rnl.es. Morwar, etc., 1013.
.tune iv, .Inly 1, Jnlr 1". Ao. a. Sept. a
1'ler. fool West Ulh Mtreet, N. It. Office. 24
Stale .street, N v., opiolte liattery.
PANAMA
SPRINQ CRUISES
Sailing! every Wednesday
and Saturday, stopping
both ways at Jamaica.
Steamtrs specially built for
tropicnl travel. Outside state
rooms, large "cottage" win
dows. Evtry ocean safeguard
end comfort. Write for hand
some Illustrated booklet,
pedal Kumrasr Rat, Ms? to Ont.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
STEAMSHIP SRHVICE
17BttrjPI. Trl. (701 Hector. N. T,
Or any Htesmstrlp ar Toarlst Aaeacr.
PEOPLES!. INE
Citizens Line
To ALBANY and TROY
One Way
$1.50
Round Trip . v 2.50
(Limited lo days)
Ste'.mers leave I'lcr 32. N. II (foot ofl anm
St. iilally t I'. M : People' Line temr
ealllnir at V, I2th St. at a ir, p M
.Splendlfl CiiUtne ami .1lnte.
.Sunday liy .service liclween ?.r Vnrkprnl
Alliany and Troy and Intermediate Isndli.r.
ulll lie Inaugurated May (III
HUDSON NAVIGATION CO.
Pier S2, K. ft.
I'hone Sprlnir mm
B-nh ,n4 rie.l, lnrlu.4ea.
SpecUl K.te, lar Miysnd
jLe. vutli
RED CROSS LINE
The imi.t vrt. ttutlljt ,4
rf.t ... ,
Ne Yerk l .lil-.lor HIIII. Naf Kotl. ,nl al.
John', Healaaaal.
SPLENDID FISHINO 'AND HUNTMQ.
!!;w ,""' '""'H' ''mMr, "lieskaan" ,si
riorlcel, ,,.e e.ery mnder-i dp. ice l-.r ufetrand toir.
lort. Wond.rtjl Kene, In Isrlm Am-rict fclrd'1
Jul,!. nrcticun. f-.,rrn. 7 dir. ,1 ... 4 Ant iiliore,
" " tlll. traatleis. head now lur U-oklrl I .
OWHINO. A CO., 17 Batlsry Plaoa, N. Y.
Or your tourist (,t.
Graat Waatarn Railway of England
Connect with all slejmshlpi Booklet of
tour and useful Map ot (.rear Britain FRFK
T KATK1.KV. (ien. Art., till :th ar.. New York
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..jo I-. i. .sieatner rmii nil .i , i
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NEW LONDON (Norwich) LINK v n
New London, l.v Pier 40. r-, ft llo n i
St., week day only () I. M Pier 7n, n
ft. 17. 22d HI., a SO P. M. ,str. ririf OF
I.OVVIIl.l. e.mt i-iir.HTi:u u- CIIAPIV
NEW HAKN LINE u .,?r ,- ,
ft. Catharine St., week days. 2 IIP. M, Sti
iticiiA nn pkck.
'Ilc.vl. 4c. at 171 llroadnar. Tranif'r
Tourlt OfDrej anil at Pler.
T.e e. r-eeorf lef I. hit ('".
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iua.sk lot it is i o..
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ing I iirpilai end I rtdavsrvcluolveiylnr
papprnerr. Iioldlnt nrl-la ticket.
Vedned u e tid .s.iturdav for flrst-ela
nd lntertnrdlair rcnjer. VVrlte for
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KAIS'.N At li. II'
l'ltl. I.IM 111 V
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llrtmliiiik' direct
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May 14. II
2nd ratiln only
noon
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StT'ltKMi: COl'IlT- NKW YOUR COUNTY". -JOHN
li. IIKHKI.OTZ. CIIAH1.KS O. COHN.
i'Ait. schvvah. vi (it .st scnn:iti:Niii:ii(i
and I'ltA.N'K ... KlMHAl.l.. ro partner. dolnif
tiu-lnros under the llrm name of HKKKLoT,
iCOIt.V . COMPANY, l-lalnlirts. aitalnt
I -v HAULI S" I MKY i:lt. the nrl name "Charles
I In Ine fictitious real tlrt name of defendant lielnt
unknown tn plalntIRs: T.HNKSI'" WINUKU.s.
Ill IM, ld tlrsl name "Krnet" peine nctltlou.
real t)rt iiatee of defendant tielni unknown to
pl.itntin. and JO.SIJI'll HANON. co iiartner
dole); liiislnr. under Ihe firm name of JO.SKPIl
D.VMI.V. Iiefendant.- .Summons. Trial desired
In New Y nrk County.
I" nn; aiiovi; s.viiini tir;r kndant.s:
(H AilP IIKIIKIIY .st'MMONI'.l) In answer
the complaint In Ihl action, end to erve n ropy
of Miur answer on Ihe I'l.ilntllTV Attorney lthln
twenty il.iv after the service of this summon.
rviT.islveof Ihe dayof service; and Incase of your
failure lo appear, or answer, ludcmenl villi be
UMn acaiust ou tiy uriauu lor ine reiiei ae
niandcd In the complaint.
Hated New Y'ork. Vchruary 21st. lull.
. Dl'l'lt. .s-pnoNli & WIIITi:ilKAIi. Plaintiff'
Atlornris, Ofllce and Post OtTlce Address. No, 43
i;rhanye Place, Horuuth of Manhattan, New
I York city.
lOTIIU PKlT.NDANT.S "Charles" Y, Meyer,
(lie nrt name "Chailes" belnr nciltlous. realflrM
name of defendant Peine unknown to plaintiffs.
I rncst" V Indersftelm. :ld Ilrst name Trnest"
Peine liclill.ius. real nrt name Peine unknown to
tilalnillts, and Joseph Dauon, co partners dolne
liU'lnc under the llrm name of Joseph lianon:
I lie forceolne summons Is served upon yo'l
ti publlrailon, pursuant to an order of the Hon.
Vernon M liavl. a Justice ot the Supreme Court
1 ot the State of New York, dated the 2t)th day of
Maii-h, li'UI. nd tiled with the complaint ,n
ofhre ot the Irrk ef the County of New York, at
Ihe i ouniy Court Houee In the Horouch of Man
Italian, City or New York, In hald Slate, on the
2(ilh day of March, 11)13.
, Hated New York, March roth. 1013.
Ill l it. STKOMi A VVIII'rnil'.AI). rialntlnv
I Aiiornev. Ofllce and Tost Ofllce Addre. No. 4.'!
1 I xchanee Place, Horoueh of Manhattan, New
1 York L'lt.
i 111 call at lloulocnc
FROM BOSTON
Clni Innntl
t'letelaml
June
June
7 Cincinnati
14 I li'ii l.iiiil
July
July
CITY COCItT OP THK CITY' OF NKW YOItK
Ai.(i.N.t)i;oHi:oAi;i.i;v.i'ir.iiiiii!,
AMKIIICAN f.Nfo.Nl'IllKINSl'H- i" Sl'MMONS
ANCK COMPANY. Iiefendant. j
Gibraltar, Naples, Genoa
-. i.iiiiriiirs '!."' Ions'. Ma 20. u , .
.s. .s. slnliLe (12..".i Tn-isi. June .1, . r.o , j
'lourlst Di'pnmurnt for Trip llveryw here
li v. vi in i(i.ii:itit'.v. i!im; ir. iit,
NORWAY t..r".n Zil
SWEDEN t nltrd .Mate laj -j-j
DENMARK "lllu: """ -
l lrsi Cla BJJ.SOup. .SerondClass ana.KO
. E. JOHHSOH a CO.. 1 Broaflwir. If. I
FRENCH LINE
To the above named defi-ndflnt:
' Mil Alll". HKIIKIIY .SI'MMONKD to answer
I the complaint In this ai-lon and to serve a corn
'of our answer on the Plalntld's Attorney wlili
lii teu days after the service of this Mimmon--.
evclustve of the day of servlir. and In case of
viiur failure to appear or answer Jiidemenl will
lie taken aealnt you by default . for tho relief
demanded In the complaint.
Dated New York March 2a. 1013.
l.KONIIUS DIlNNIS.
Plalntlrl's Attornev.
Office and Post Office Address, No. 45 Cedar
Street, Manhattan. New York city.
To the above named defendant.
The foreeolne summons Is served upon vou
bj publication pursuant to an 'order of Hon
lllcliard II. Mmlth. a Justice of the City Court
of the City of New Y'ork. dated the 21th day of
April, llil J. and riled with the complaint herein
in toe omce in ine i ktk in ine i ny i nun in inr
Cllv of New Vork. at tho Cmiri Houm-. No. a:
Cnambcrs .Street, Horouch of Manhattan, CI!) of
.ir lorK. on me .no iiny oi .vpni, leia.
Dated New York, April 2llh. Il'n
l.Kli.NIDA.S IIKNNIS.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Office and Post Ofllce Address, (5 Cedar Street,
Tlnroiieh of Manhattan. City of New ork.
Compignie Generals Traniallnt';qus
Direct Line to Havre pari iPraneei.
Departures r.very Thursday. In A. it,
I rom l'ler S7 Mirlli Illier, foot West Iit'i St.
louraine. aiay 1 Mi Provence.
li Lorraine . vi.iy s 'La I, irr.iluc May :
H'ranee (new May l'i '1'iaiiee 'iicwi June .1
Tulii Scieiv Stnirs. tUuidniple Sciew Sleimer.
(iUM.Il.M. Al.i'NCV. Ill .State .Stieel. . Y.
Providenct Direct S1.S0 Worcester, $2,40
Outside ststeroom i.uii.
Steel Stemhlp (IF.OIttilA and'I EN.VRSIRR
UallT. Inr Iodine Sunday, BiSU P. l.
From Pler IB. E. K. I'hone S700 Peekmsn.
City Ticket Omce. 3O0 Hroadnay. N. V,
t'ptown Ticket omce. Il'way and 23 1 St.
"the rahllo He rieed."
COLONIAL LINE
BOSTON
via Hnat tO Eft
4aiw
and 1111
lln.t C1 cn
ffWW
be.
nperatlns
r.ngland,
'Ihe unlv Independent lln
tween New lnrk and New i
Week day, and Sunday at 5 so I". M.. from Tier
aw, N, It., rmii vvet iiouton t. Herins iree.
All Outside Itooms -Finest Nervier.
Uptown Office; Broadway A 23d SI.
Phones Sprlne 9101 and 0192.
PORTLAND, $3
FAR 17
HEDITF.n
Main Hteamahtp Unci stcamrrs Lve. Pler 11
.N.H., foot Murray pi . nies., tnurs . Hal. a '. u
VSTi:ltN NTIUMNHII COItl'dltATIIlN.
ElTtOrKAN BKSORTS.
VICHT ntANCB.
VICHY.
Hotel du Pare
Majestic Palace
Carlton Hotel
Rebuilt
Pavilion Sevigne
Golf
J. ALETTI,
C.l. Manager.
Miscellaneous.
FAMOUS Wlldtinrrn Water for Kidney rn"j.
plaints. V d. HlircK. ai Park plsre. New lo:.
raorosAxa.
PHOPOSAl.S ' ion dyn.xuiti:, COPI'l.lt
Wlrli:,lnKiilCoiicr,lirass liitune, Hrone.Mei I,
Chain, Tuck polls, Tiark Spikes, llimt Spike.
Washer. Nail, 'lacks, li.il.- Inc. Koiw Lllhs.
May 21 Drills. Tap. Wrenches, Ule. VP-s. shovils,
.1 .....'.., ILI....L lt,,,L..lk II ,ll,ll,rl,wh.,w
llrusl.es, Macnctcs, I'adliitks, (iu-asu ( ups, oilers,
Uatci Coolers. Ijidilcrs. i iialrs, Dooru.ai. Oais,
slunal I hies, Kiru-ry Llmh, sah Cord. ChaU Line,
( hiesvcliitli, Vltrlucd hewer Pipe, TurH-ntlne,
I'alnls, Tie I'lues. Holts, Lunila-r. and Piles
sealed pioposals will be ic-celved at the ofllce of
im- (icucr.il Puiclinslne otticci. Isthmian Canal
fii.iiinUslou, Washlneton, 1). I' . unill l(i.:m A M,
Mil 17. IIMJ. al Willi 11 time they will be opened m
nubile, tor furnlshlne the nhiiic-incntloni'tl .r
llcli-s (Hanks and uenctal Information relallue
i "S. s. Ili:itlll l UN." the ship that brought
I're.ldinl 11llnti home In rrtord time of 4n
lliilir. liilir inriuiie iioiei. Mill, re l.vcur-i , ,,u l li.-ul.ir ,.M, 77.'.i mm l. nlii.ln d I
linn. i..i ei iiaie. . this oliiic in Hie unices of the Assistant Purclms-
lleaet Inlcrilinnecable llh It M S P Co. Iiik Akuus, 21 Slate Strict, New Xork Ol; IH4
lor full Infounatlo'i app to A. i:. llt'iKit. i l nliiiel -Ci niial hulldlue. New Orleans, Iji.. and
l!l(llllii:A 1 4( Axent Uueliee i. .s. l'o I. id.. lni Aurlh Point Street, San Iranclsm, c.il also
'Jll llr.Mdwiiv. New lurk; Mills. COOK tiom tlie I s l.neliieer OHlirs lu the followliik
MIN, 'J(.'.iiid 'Jll" I llrii.iiliiav, 'Jill .im 5,i, cities Scaillc. llasli , Ui Aiieclcs, Ciil. Haiti
nth Ave., N. nr an I IcLel Auent. I nrnie. Mil. I'lilliililiilila, I'a.i I'lttsbureli. I'a ,
i lloslon. Mass., Ilullnlo, N. Y ., Cli'VeLiiul, Ohio,
i iiiciniinu. mini; i uii-aeo, in., ni. ixiuis, no : iie
liolt. Midi., Milwaukee, Wls.i si. I'nul. Minn ,
I lialiaiionea.'lenn.i Uiulsvlllc, hy,; Mobile, Ala.,
anil (ialii'sinn, 'lex., Commercial Club, Kansas
ill), Mo. Chamber ot Commerce, (Jiilucy. Ill,
anil Coi'.inieulal Club. Tacoma, Wash r (
llnees, Major. Corps of Kneltiecrs, 1'. S. A., (icn
cral I'utcnasliic oilicer.
ANCHOR LINE
GLASGOW LONDONDERRY
Coluriibla .Apr 20, noon Callforulu,.Mav lu, luAM
l auicion'.a vi.i; I s A VI l.ili iloiil.i. May 17. 3 I'M
riitsi I'.viii.s. siiii ami a;.-..
hi:i'O.MI I'VIII.S. AMI and upward.
'Ill tltl 4 I .ASS, a.Ti.SU.
Tor Iliuil, of Tours, Hates. Ac , apply
lir.NDI'lt.so.N lllioi'lil'lts, i; iu Itru'iilway.
PMHh I.O.NDil.N IID1TI ltl),.,l
Tw Ill-Screw S.illliies Tucsdi.v, 11) A M.
Potsdam Apr SUi Noordain May 13
t.N Amsierdam Vlay (1 Mliiidam MayW
Via Hiiiiloenc, il'lyii.niitli A Pouluitnc.
Olllce. 3'J Il waj. N Y
OLD DOMINION LINE
, DAIIY SI.HMCi:
for Old Point Comfort, Norlolk, Portsmouth.
Pinner' Point and Newport News. ' ron
necilng for petrrsbure, lllcnmond. Washington,
I). C, and the entire South and West.
. Krelsbt and I'asteneer .steamer sail from
I'lar 2ft, N. It., fool -if North Moors St., every
week riayata P, U.
w I- w oonnnvr. Traffic Manager.
BERMUDA & WEST INDIES
Fur salllne mil lines, etc., apply
Till: IIIIVAI, UAH. M';M FA I Ktir 4.
SAMir.llhON SON, tii-n. Ael., 21 Mate St '
n. i.i ur diivuiiii- ii(.ivT AuliNT
1 9 -' ;' ''''';, 'in u
via mm mi u, ...
New Ymk and Al.illl.lts.
lietwecti ;iw Y in K and AUilt.lts. ITALY"
lil(i:i,VI , .M .S'TIIIA. MAHTIIA ASI I.MiTON
May 3. June 14. July 2(1. K MSMIl Fit AN JO
SI'.PH I mewl. May 14.,luneVl, Uura Alii?. At -
ircnuna. in-rania. sainiiK usually Wed. nr Sat.
...it noiicry n., l ,
I'MI'I.I'M HMOS A CO.,
CLARK'S
TOURS
.
M Helul
M leadei
Clark.
KI'KOI'KAV .Illl'ltVS'V.
that luiarlably satisfy, Thu
cry luai. Inn not tin, i n,. .in.
est. Our lour list tell whv
d foe II Slilill ernnii, l...i
leader. Itiil.. nn i.
Clark, Time Hide., N. V.
Nr.ALKI) IIIDS will be received by the llaard nt
Water Supply, at Ha ntPce.. seventh floor, lf,5
llroadwa) , New York, until 11 A. M, on Tuesday,
Apill 2U, 1913, for Conliarl 91, for furnlshlne,
.Icllverlne and Installlne HACKS, MTU I' SHU I'.
'I Kits. SiTlKK.NS, I.UTKltS and iitlirr apparatus
111 eale chamber alune Catsklll aipieducl. .
Al Ihe above place and time tho bid will bo
publicly opened and read, Pamphlets containing
Information for blddrrs and contract drawings
can be obtained at the abme address by deposit
Ine the sum of ten dollars illoi for each pamphlet,
1 or further particular sea Information for
Didder.
CHAHl.l'.H STHAUSS. President'
CHAH1.KS N. CHAUWICK.
JOHN F. (iAI.VIN,
Cnmmls1nners of ihe Hoard of Water Supply,
JOSKPII I' MOHHLS.sKY. Secretary.
Foiti:ci.o)'cn SALE".
Supreme Court. County of New York, s
LOHNI'I.IA 11 lu'cillKS. I'lBlnllf. r!"st
V. W Vlllll.N CONS'lltUCTlON (()MI,Vr fl
al.. Defendants. .
In pursuance ef a ludemenl of fnreclouie ana
sale, dull maile and entered In the atnive rrliue.i
action and bc.irlnir date the null da) nl '"'"
llil.'i. I, Hie undersigned, Ihe referee In mid imK
mem tinned, will sell at public anc'l"" "
exchange Saleroom, n. .T2ik X'lii Ihlrd v eni.e.
In tt-c lloroueli of The llroni. City of .New V'r.
on the isth day of April, lui.i. al 12 o clock ra,.n
on that day. bv .lO.SKPH P DAY . Aui'tlerrrr.
Ihe premises directed by said Judgment lo r"
sold, and therein described as follovi ,..,,
ALL that eirlaln lot. plrce or parcel or lanii,
situate. Ivliie and hetne In the lloroneh ' . '
Hronv. City. Couniy and State of Nrw "
bounded and described a follows; .
Ili:(ilNNI.N(i at a point on the easterly in'
Morris Avenue, distant One Hundred, and thirl)
four UWi feet sis idi Inches northerly from t"
corner formed by the Intersection ' ,,,,f,n;'rl,,i.i
side ot One Hundred and Highly third "
with the Kastcrly side of Morris Avenue as i'i
Street and Avenue are now legally open") "in
nlng Ihenco easterly, parallel wllh the Y1'''
side of One Hundrwl and Kl.'litl third Mrre .
and for part of the distance through a part) ''
one hundred and seventeen HI7 ft
Inches: thence northerly parallel with th'fyi-
side of Morris Avenue, eighteen I feet n
(Hi Inches, ihence westerly, parallel ;uln,J,VV
Northerly side nf Dno Hundred and Klelm
Street, and for psrt of the distance throutn
Tarty wall One Hundred and sevenieen lij'
feel slv lai Inches to the easterly side of vtern
Avenue, and Ihence southerly along the '"';'
side of Morris Avenue eighteen 1' fee' 11,n'
(l)i inches to the point or place of pegliinlnk
Dated, New York. March 2C11'. II3 , .
ALHKItT W. HANSOM.
MeCLl'lli: A MiVLflti:, Attorneys fur Plsln
til!. 22 William .Street. New nrk City
The follow Ine is a diagram of the property w
be sold, lis street Number Is 2.S Mont' Avenue.
117 o"
AltMVIIt II. DI.NO. Whitehall Street. New York
I'll. April 23. IDI3- llefcrcnce advcrllseinrnt
dalcd Marrh 24, 11)13, Inviting proxjsals for
Shoes, to be opened April 2th, prospective bid
ders aie Informed that same ha been withdrawn
and lliat rcadvrrtlsemcnt
lillAY" ZAMNSKI, Depot Q.
will
.1.
be made. M,
l'KOPOHALS for Knglncer School Ilulldlng
Wushlnglun llarracks, I), (,'.. Marrh 27, IWI3.
Sealed proposals for coustrurtlng an Knglnrcr
School Ilulldlng wllh Power House Annex will
be rccelvrd here uuttl 13 M., April 2. 11)13, and
then publicly opened. Information on applica
tion. Yt, J. BAHDEN. Usjur, Eofts.
1 13rd STIIKF.I
The approilmate amount of the Urn or chatj'.
to satisfy which the above-described proper '
Is to be sold. Is Klght Thousand Dollars i i
with Interest thereon from the29lh day,"'
11)11, together with thn costs and allowjoi
amounting to Ono Hundred Klehiy-seven 1
Dollar with Interest from March 211. 1W3.
gelher wllh the cipenscs of Ihe sale. I"'.;,
proximate amount of the taies. asse-ssinfni
and water rales, nr other liens, which are in fc.
allowed to the purchaser out of the PrcJJ
money, or paid by Ihe lleferee, Is Three .i-ww
Fifty Dollars ami Interest.
Dated, New York, March 2f)th. 1913.
AI.HKItTW. HANSOM. Hefer'
The sale In the above entitled action I' )
adjourned tn 'Puesday, April J2d. 1913. at th '
hour and place.
Dated. New York. April ISth, 1913.
AI.HKHT W. RANSOM. Hefer".
The sale In the above entitled action I. hereoir
further adjourned toTucsday, April 29lh, 1913. si
Ihe same hour and place.
Dsttd. New York, April JUL HIS. .
A-BEitT W. HANSOM, Refeit.
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