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THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1913.
BECKER TO ASK NEW
TRIAL EARLY IN MAY
Additional Kvidetiro Includes
Four l.i Volumes of
WltESTLKK ACVtSKS HOSK
Snys Onnihler Hired Him to Kill
Rosenthal and Mumo
Joc,)h A. Shay, attorney for Lieut.
Crcicr, nntf In f-!ni? Sine, will nwv.
for n new trl.il for his client before
Justico fioff In the Crlmlnnl Branch
of the supreme Court In the llrst week
Hi.i plea will In bused mainly on
newly (llecovor. ft et i'lence, althoURh
technical points cotvrlni: thi !lr?t trl.it
will bo raised to pr.ivH that Meeker did
tint have nil hl rUhtx.
Pour volumes an larce as telephone
hooks containing nl!Ula:t. will be of
fered. The.-e, nlllilavlt-i will attempt to
provo that Keeker did not order Jack
Ito. to en the gunmen to kill Herman
These volumes are now In po.soyion
of Becker, who has .'pent most of hi
time In the Sine Slni? death hntio
planning new point" In asking for a
Hecker ha M mlled every pace in th
four volumes and has familiarized him
self with much of the law bcarlnir on
hi case. He ha never lot hope of
beinw acquitted l.y a Jury when all the
evidence can ! present! d.
It Waino known y ('.rday that .Linn
Reciter, alo a lieutenant nf police,
whose (ffotts In his brother's behalf
have been persistent. due; up a tt'tne.ss
whoso story If It can be substantiated
would do much toward obtaining a new
trial for Hecker
This wltne.-i " story ha" been Investi
gated by Hecker'n friends; It has been
put Into atlldavlt form, hut not slened.
and although many of the point' have
received corroboration tho :nry will
not h put before .Justice Onff as newly
The one point whKh ha not been
corroborated Is s" Important that Becker
does not think tho new witness's story
will be of any use to him.
The witness i either now or has
been, a professional wrestler, a man of
mlcht and brawn, who became a close
friend of Jack Itose when Itoe saved
him from some cunmen. His friend
ship with Hose crew until the wrestler
consented to be the main Instrument
of the bald ?ambler when Hose broached
to him a scheme to pet rid of two ene
mies with one blow.
These em mle.s were Herman Hosen
thal and Charles M.oiter. Rose's bitter
ness toward Hose hal was a matter of
common repute, and many thines were
said at Decker's trial about a hostility
which Rose hail for the police lieu
tenant. Rose's plan was that the wrestler
should slide Into the crace of Rosenthal,
eventually to becnm bis pir'ner in the
cambllnc htuse which Ro-.'nthal was
trylnc to maintain In the Tenderloin
acaln't the will of the police
The wrestlers atild.it It coes on to siy
that Hove planned that Ro-enthal 'houM
lie lured to a certain irambllns house;
that the wrestler should meet him In
side the door, and with his own strong
hands should throttle the life out of
It was further planned that a few
trifles, a handkerchief or a knife, nr a
revolver, any little tlilnir which cciirt
be Identified n belonL-inc to Hecker
would be dropped In the hallwav .if the
house in which Rr-enthal was to b
murdered. Rose's part In the plan tv.i.-,
to tret Recker to come near the hvise
while the murder was heinu committed.
Rosenthal was to he put mi' of the wav
quietly, the tntle .f lie. k r s would h
found In the hall when Rosenthal's bodv
was found later, and a dozen witnesses
would say that they hail seen ! i ker
nfar the rcene of th" crime at the t!m
it must have been committed.
Then this plan fell throimh. accord
Ins; to the wrestler. Rose and he fell
out, and he says he dofsn't want to see,
an Innocent man punished for the crime
and wants to see. It brotiRht homo to
Theie events took plac early last
sprinp, Raid tho wrrUlcr, and they prove,
Rose, was fired by his own desire to ho
rid of Roenthal and Recker.
Lawyer Phay admitted yeterday that
he has luard from the wrestler, but
said that one of the points of tho story
which he could not corroborate made
it hard to h :i. t e.
Mr. .Shay asked fleome fjnrdon Rat
tle, attorney for Curley Tarter, the. nl
lececi who tripper, to ask barter if he
knows anything about tho Rosenthal
murder, Krom several potirres Mr. Shay
has heard that Carter was at the Hotel
Metropolo tho nitiht Rosenthal was
According to tho storv he l said to
have told to sieral people after the
rhontlntr. he saw and rei-ognlred Harry
Vallon and linden WehW as two of
thoe who did the shootlnc
ON THE HIGH COST OF ALIMONY.
OrelnerS Wlfi- Wiuila l,-,f) n Week)
Thnneh He .tlnUea linl.v S.',.
Maurlre Oreiner, a s.lk merehant, was
ordered by Supreme iVnirt Justlen Leh
man yeterdav to pas fa ,i week ali
mony to his w'fe, Rueen.n lirelner, nut
of an Income of I". u tveek Mrs (ire.ner
pot a deerfo of xepir.in-i'i I r. nil. with
the eustody of her d.nmhter The dreree
provided that If Mr litelner wanted nil.
monv In the futuro kho muld apply
Mrs firelner asked Jute I.ehman for
I .VI a week, saying that her hiiahnnd had
been pavltiK her that sum under an
ncreement mnde when she brought her
suit, hut since .tnnuary he had been kiv
Iiik her onlv f.O a month. Khe said hn
has an lr..-.inie of f.nni) from his dull
ness irelner told the enurt that when he
marie the l.'Oft ,i mouth ar inKement
he could affnul it, hit now his business
average oi tv K a week, profit.
TANNING CO. REINDICTED.
reilrrsl IJriiiiil .lur) I hnruea aae
of the MiilU,
The Federal Irani Jury handed down
Hippleinentaiy Inilictments yesterday
analtist the American TaniiUur ('oinpany,
charRltiK (hat concern with mlsusn of the
mails in the Hale of Its stock
The nfllccs of tlm company In the
Produce" Ktvhiinne lliiildiui,' weie ralilerl
by post ottlie liispectnrs In l!il Indict
ments were Intinil, whlili leHiilteil In thn
arrest of II It Raymond, one of tlm pro
moters of the i oiiivrn, who Is now under
$7,D00 bull, uwallliiK trial.
BAN PUT ON THE PRESS AGENT.
iMYpnMT Publisher' Annual Con-
The Ami rtr.iti Niwpapcr PuMlaher
A.-ioc.aiiim adj mrtieil Its annual conveti
tlon at the Waldorf-Astoria yesterdav
after the election of officer", There were
few chances I'rtsldint Hlbert II. Raker.
! Ctevlatid Plain Dealer; Vice-President
Ileriiet t I.. lirlilKmati, Urooklyn standard i
tiiliin, Secretary John Stewart Hran.
Iti.litnond S'"r.i-l,railcr, were reeleittd i
Milton I llrnnn. Indlanaiolls .Vrtra; K
I', tilass, MontKomery .tdierflii.r, and
Jiihoii Rogers, New Vork lllnbr, were
el.c'ed directors for a two year term.
Harry I'hnndPr. t.os Angeles Time.
Charles II Tajlur. Jr. Ronton Ctolf; J.
J. K. .MacKay, Toronto BJuV, and Hope
well U, Rogers, Chlcugo Dally ., were
elected for the one year term. Tho new
members of the directorate are Jason
lingers. Harry Chandler and J J. K
Hilton C Rrown, general manager of
the- Itullnii.ipnlls .Vrtct. who Is chairman
of the executive committee of the A. N.
1' A., said last evening that In several
wats this year's convention had been ex
tremely Important to the publishers of
"in the tlrst place," said Mr Rrown. "we
discussed practical ways for diverting to
newspapers advertising that has been
going to other mediums. Wo believe that
we have, hit upon wajs by which adver
tises can La convinced that It Is almost
a waste of money to advertise anywhere
save In u newspaper
U'o went on record strongly against
the press agent. This development of the '
twentieth century Is costing newspapers
millions of dollars every jear because of
his dexterity In putting over' as news
matter what Is really straight advertising
and should le paid for as such. There
are other prss agont methods that have
caused us to dislike the. business. I
I "Also we tro going to try to Interest
, the small dal.y papers of tho country In '
j i ne .. . i una oy tanning a ujass
R membership make It possible for tho
small papers to work with us."
FIRE INSURANCE COS.
DONE WITH MISSOURI
Priictionlly All Follow
l.onil of the Ensfern
Virtually all (Ire Insurance companies
have decided to withdraw from th
State of Mii-souri teor May 1, when
the new State law, under which tho com
panies say they cannot operate, will
?o into effect The companies repr
tented in tho Weitern union camo to
thU decision two weeks and at a
meeting in Pitttburi; on Thursday the
Wei-tern IiiMirutici' Fture.ni recommeiidi'l
the Mtne action These two federations
roprercnt more than no per cent of the
tire insurance coinjuuiie, that ilo business
The Western Insurance Rureau marie
its withdrawal recommendation on
Wednesday, despite a frsonal appMl
Irom ct-flov Hadlev of Missouri that
before takinc action the bureau send
representatives to confer with the State
otficlila He insisted that the State
was not hostile jn inuranee companies
ami he pictured the (lam,ik;e the Mis-
Mtllrl.'tlita wnill.l aiiflp if t I.av ti.l.lrt'.
j insure their property- He said that if
in- rtimpanies withdrew tiissoun mnjlit
co into the business of state insurance
Hut his plea had no effect, the insurance
mere holdini: that the new ,iw in pro-,
minute ;inu would subject, mem to all
sorts of dangers no matter how th Stat
officials miht try to interpret it
I' rider the Oliver law. which has just
been repealed, the companies were com
pelled to organize a rate bureau at a
cost to them of avx)Ut 'J.V).iii) Under
I the new law, the Orr .ititl-trut law,
iney are reMrauieii irom usm -any
insurance rate or any rate book.
P-iper or card ronulnins any insurance
rate. prep.iriil. kept or furniihed by
any nerMin repre-enfitu; nr act
ing in behalf of any o'her insurance
"Thus von see." a Vew ork insurance
officii! Mid yesterday, "that wh.it we
were compelleil to do at creat expense
ert- than two years ago wo are now pre
t er.'ri from doln under penalty of
l.ein ndjudi;e,i criminals Accord
iii to my mterpreta'ion of tlm law.
it also would U rriminal for any two
rnmpanie to make the s.im. rate in
sharing the nK on a piece of projiortv.
which of course is al-uril
MOTHER'S WELL SCORES SON.
Two firnnililnu vhtrra, Worklnic lrla.
Ilennnled fur Klmlnraa.
William Heltmm of IT r-Rff street, Jer
ey City. ti cut off In the will of hi
mother, Mi-ta Heltman, tho dl-d April
:i last, at IMS Wst Uth street. Mrs.
Heitman was Uvlne with her KT.ind
dauehters l.outsa Heltman Clark and
Rthel M. Heltman, who inherited all her
property. She said concerning her son :
"I do not remember my son William on
account of the neslect, cruel and Inhuman
treatment of me by both him and his
wife, and their taklnK i.r attempting to
take from me what little property I had.
ard sendlnv mo to Louis and I'thel to
take cam nf me. I do not remember my
other Grandchildren, as they haw not In-ter-stisl
themselves In mo except to ns
eetaln if I was dead or alive so that thiy
misht participate In any property be
lonit'tiK to mo at tho time of my decease
"Kthel and Ixmlsa have takn me to
their li..me and hnvo always shown me the
most devoted love, attention and care,
and are. l,th tturkln? Klrls, earnlns small
sal.irh s. out of which they have had to
t.ikn rare nf themfelves nnd me, while
tr.V i-on William hrut for many years occu
pled the premisi, 17 f'llff street, Jersey
city, owned hy me, without contrlbutlnK
on" cr nt to my support."
NEW CARAT WEIGHT.
Jenrllera Here nnd In Other Conn
tries tn Adopt I'lilfiirm ilnudard.
l,aek, of uniformity In the weight of
the iar.it for different countries has In
duced Amerleuri dealers In diamonds and
other precious stones to adopt a uniform
dei'.mil carat weighing exactly one-tlfth
of a Bi.im, or 20u milligrams. The new
weight will be used by American Jiwellers
beginning July 1
Frame, lierinany. Austria, Italy, Spain
and Japan now use tho International
parat. Ilngland has not yrt legalized It.
I Tho National Jewellers Hoard of Trade,
I tlm Nittionul Johbors Association and the
American National Retail Jewellers Assn.
elation hate toted to adopt thn new
weight. The bureau of standards of the
I'lilted States Department of Commerce
and Labor has approved It
The iild carat weight tarled from H K
milligrams In liologna tn 2M i milli
grams In Arabia. In Amsterdam the
wtlKht was KU.1 3, In Franco 205, In Oer
many from 205. ." to 205 H, In Kngland
20.', 3 and In the United States It varied,
but was approximately 205.3. So tho
new weight reduces the slie of a carat
by 2 ia to 3 per cent.
City Wins 4ilM,Oon Halt,
Itecauso the Crotnn Falls Construction
Company put boulders Into certain mason
wnik mi lh neu iiiiueduct Instead nf con-
eiele Supreme Cuuit Justice. Oieiihauiu
illieetiil a Juiy CHlcnlny to leluili a
verdict for thn city In a suit nf the con
ktructloii company to lerover fC'N.uOO fur
BY 10 YEAR SENTENCE
First Policeman Convicted of
(Jraftlnp Keels and
CLEMK.VCY PLEA FAILS
Triul of Ex-Inspectors Expected
to Befe'in Next
Policeman Thomas F. Robinson, who
was convicted of extortion on Friday
of Uai week, was aeiitenccd yesterday
to not leu than nix ytiftj or mora than
ten yeara in Sinn tilng by Juh'Jlo ea
bury In tho Crluilnul Urunth of Uie
Robinson is the llrst policeman to be
convicted of Kruftlnir in the present po
llto investletutlon. Policeman John J. j united In support of the provtslon. Pros
ilartlBHti U aire-idy In ejlnet riini; under . Ident Wilson It Is learned realized that
eeiitcncu of not le.u than two years and ' If nn insisted on h.ivtnc the provision ,
six months or more Vh.ui threo years , eliminated from the bill, h would be In-
and six months on conviction for per
jury before, tho Grand Jur.
The tlrst of the sentence for actual
sraftlnK appeared to stun the prisoner
and his friends In the court room. Rob
inson hud worn a smllo throughout his
trial nnd ho heard tho verdict of the
Jury with the fme expression on his j
face. He had lost the smile when he
was brouKht into court yesterday and i
tic ,.tt,i, inc nvinctivg itu t-.t-n
slightly. Ho soon regained control of 1
tllmwel. hnu'iter nn.l veenr nil! nf '
f, ...... wu. .
the court room on his way back to Fourteen Chinese sailors on the Hrltlsh
th Tombs with lowered head. .Several ! steamship Clan Mclvor. w ho mutinied
friends shook hands with him au.i.n as ' Wedne.day nlsht at the American cotton
ho left the room. , Jompklnsyllle. fetaten Island w..ro
,., u,.mu,.m, tr..,. v-., ,.,,., before City M.mlatrate Marsh at Staple-.x-Assemblyman
Harry Kopp. conn- ,n yrst(.rday on charge, of disorderly
sel for Robinson, made a plea for clem- conduct.
ency before fentence. While Robinson M.icUtrate Marsh su.spended sentence
stood at tho bar. his eyes on tho Jus- (and turned the Chinamen over to otllclnls
tiro's face. Kopp pleaded his client's
twelve years In tho Police Department
and his service before that In tho Fire
I'epartment and his Bond record in
both. The lawyer reaffirmed his belief
In Robinson's Innocence and said that
If for no other reason the policeman
would hesitate to commit a crime be
cause of his wife ad three children.
Justice Seabi$-y pronounced sentence
According to friends of the police
man Robinson did not expect nearly so
heavy a sentence. He had based his
hopes for a short term on the minimum
of two years nnd six months received
by Hartlcan. Hartlgan. however, was i
nor even mentioned as ever having had
to do with the collection of protection
nriney Me was convicted of having
committed perjurv 'n order to shield
Inspector Dennis Sweeney
Robinson was convicted of having
evtorted 151 from I.udovlco Tancredl.
proprietor of the Venice Restaurant in
i.otn street, unuer threat of arrest If
the money was refused. Tancredl te
titled that he had bn convicted and
sent to the workhouse by the pollen
when he had
and refused to pay craft on an
cation. R bins in appearing as '
a witness against him. and on a second I
arrest, he said, h paid Jlf.O to Tom
l.l"Vd for the police, and the rase was
droppol. Tancredl also said that Robin
ton urged him to "put a few girls" Into
the rooms of his hotel so that he
would be able to pay the protection
After the sentence was pronounced
Mr Kopp obtained a e-tay of excutlon
of sentence fnr one week to enable him
to apply f"r a certificate of reasonable
do'.bt pending the preparation of Rob
As sonn as Rnb'.nson was disposed of
John R. Stanohfleid. re.-ently retained
jis counsel fur r-Inspector James F
Thompson, moved before Justice Sea
bury for permission to withdraw the
Idea nf not guilty entered b- Thomp
son In order that he might Interpose
a demurrer to the Indictment. Mr
Stamhtleld said tint Arnold I, Davis
Thompson's sole counsel until the re
taining of Mr. Planchtlelil, wa taken II!
with tonsillitis on April 1) and was not
able to leave his home until April 21
and did not see a copy of the Indictment
until April 22. Meanwhile Thompson,
with the three other former Inspectors,
had pleaderl not guilty.
Justice Seabury denied the motion and
also denied a similar motion made im
mediately afterward hy George Gordon
Rattle cm behalf of ex-Inspector
Sweeney. Both Mr. Ptanrhfteld and Mr.
Rattlo disclaimed nnv desire to delay
tho trial unnecessarily The trial Is
set down for next Tuesday nnd Is ex
pected to go on at that time.
FIVE LINES USE ONE PIER.
flock Commissioner Inspects Cnnitea.
Ion nt 1-ttlth Street.
Dock Commissioner R. A. C Smith yes
terday went up nnd looked over the pier
at West 129th street, whero five of the
Hudson steamboat lines try to mako a
minimum of pier room accommodate
a maximum of passengers using steam
boats for upper Hudson points. This pier
Is tho only place available nt this time
In that locality and the annoyance to pas.
sengers by tho confusion arising from the
departure and nrrlval of boats in closo
succession Is considerable,
Commissioner Smith has sent letters tn
tho various steamboat companies asking
for cooperation In the use of the 129th
street pier until better provision can be
SERVICE FOR DEAD POSTMEN.
I'alher Chliltttt'k In I'rench Memorial
In' Itatlons hate been sent to Postmas.
tor Morgan, Police Commissioner Waldo
and Fire Commissioner Johnson, to Sen
atori and Congressmen of New Vork and
New Jersey and all of the postmasters In
this tlctnlty to attend the first annual
memorial services for dead letter carriers,
which will bo held In St Patrick's Cathe.
dral to-morrow afternoon
About 3,00m carriers will attend tho
service. The Rev. John P Chtdwlck, who
was chaplain nf the Maine, will preach
tho memorial sermon
NOT OVER $5,000 FOR DEATH.
Appellate llialim Sets That Mralt
fnr f iiinurninlae,
Th estate of Miss lldlth Offner, a
stenographer for th C'oaniojiutltim Maga
zine, who was killed by an explosion In the
Grand Central yards on liecemher 19,
lain, when she was mi a Lexington nve.
nun car, gut a veullct nf t S.SOO for her
death. All appeal was taken by the. de
fendants, the New Haven and New Vork
Central railroads, and the Appellate Di
vision yesterday ordered a new trial un.
Ie Ifimiu orriier, Hilni.tiUtralor ot hi
daughter's estate, accepts a icductlon nf
the verdict to (5,0(10
The case had been nn trial before Su
premo, Cuuit Justice Amend for seven
WILL FIGHT LABOR EXEMPTION. 1 ,
flepntilleim "enntnrs Want .Sherman
I. n it Fnlly Enforced. I
Washington, April 25. Republican
Senators will nuke n fight on tho Sen
ate tloor against the provision In tho
sundry civil bill, agreed on In commit
tee to-day, providing that money appro
priated for the enforcement of the 8her- 1
man law shall not bo employed In prose- .
! cutlnc Ubor organizations.
In tho Appropriations Committee of
tho Senate to-day every Republican
member except Jone.s of Washington
voted against reporting the bill with tho
provision In it exempting th labor or
ganizations. At tho Kirno tlmo tho Re
publican members gavp rmtlco of their
intention to fight tho provision on the
It was learned to-day for the first
tlmo why President Wilson had con
sented to the incorporation of this pro
vision in the bill. The President was at
llrst Inclined to Insist that it be omitted,
but finally yielded on the condition that
it tuppty only to the appropriation for
the next fiscal year, and did not commit
the Department of Justice permanently
to a policy of exempting labor organiza
tions from obedience to the law, the
same n other citizens.
The Democrats In Congress nre t ot
vlt'.ni; a IIkIu with the labor orcanlza
lions and their defend' i In Congress
at ti time when he Is very much occu- I
,,!...! it It!. n,Vi, nnnlrnfAMlM I In tell
tnke the matter up later and dispose of
It. For tho present ho has made no
commitment uccordlnR to his friend 'ti
CHINESE MUTINEERS HELD.
Ofrlrlnla In Int ratlKltr foni-
plnlnt nf Pour Food
from Ellis Island to be held there until
the Federal authorities have Investigated
the sailors' complaint that they were not
properly fed on tye Clan Mclvor during
their voyage from Singapore here.
Chnrrh SerTlpea To-morrow.
"What Creates Our Environment, or why
some are born Into an environment of
wealth or relate with such an environment
In later years, while others are born poor or
lira -i,tiiA1 rst a hnl'nrtl' atrlr.LM Mit'lrAn.
ment In later years. What 'luck' either
good' or 'had' really is," will be the subject ,
of F W Sears's lecture at It o'clock to-mor- I
row morning In the New Thought Church, I
new Aeolian Hall, 3? to S Went Forty-third
The following programme will he given
lflt organ recital and sacred comert at
t'oniert Oterture inewi Horatio Parser
son du Solr from Holland Milte Kriens
Spring Song Mendelssohn
hitt der Walkueren .Wagner
Violin solo, erenade ' schubert-Elman
Itarytone solo. "Evening Star." from
Tannh.ietier - Wagner
C O Dlllev
Vf,1In I-arso frnm "X
. .. r'-H'Hon
The New Thought Chunh Harmony Club
meets neit Monday at 12 East Thlrtv
elghth street Arrangements are now
being made by the club for its next enter
tainment nnd dun re which will tale place
at the Plaza Hotel. May is next
At the Lentral Presbytorian Church. West
Klfty-seenth street, near llroadway, the
l!ev. Wilton Merle-smlth, 1) U . pastor, will
preach at II A. M and i JO P M After
noon subject "The Delayed Messing "
ft 15 A M toung Men's Itlble Study Hub
3 15 Nihbath s( hool Ml welcome
U the llrh k t liurcli. Fifth ntenue and
Thirtyetenth street, to-morrow I)r Merrill
will preach at U and I o'-doc k The after
noon sertue will be a special serviie of
prat er for China The music for the day i
Mornin-f service 1'ielude, sonata, Elgar
anthem, "Light of the World," Klgar olfer
tnrv. " Is Inrren tii In bummer," Klgar
pot'ude. march. KU.tr.
tfternooii ervlfe Prelude, "Idvll." I
mare anthem, Klr.g All Glorious," Harnby
un'iplinii. "I he Lord of Hosts," Dickinson
otTertort. "Send nut 1 hy Light." Gounod
pn-tlllde, "Min-er," lemire
TUe music at M Thoman s Church, Fifth
stenue and Fifty-third street, next runday,
April 27, will Include at the It A. M service
Te Derm In C. Jordan; anthem, "L'ntllthe
D ly break," Gounod, and at the 4 P M
service Magnificat and Nunc Dlmlttis in
It ttat. Stanford, anthems, "Soon Night
Will Pass," Henschel, and "In Heavenly
Love Abiding," Parker. Tho rector, the
Ilev. Ernest M. Stlres, D. D.. will preach
at both services.
First Hnptlst Church, llroadway nnd
Seventy-ninth street, pastor, I. M. Halde
man, II A M.: "Hnvelatlon. Chapters 19-22
tho marriage supper. King coming from
heaven with his army, the 1,000 years, future
of tho devil, thn Holy City and tho Next
Thing " (Third and last in series I Eight
P. M. "Three appearing of Christ appear
ing on the cross as sacrifice, appearing In
heaven us priest, appearing from heaven
s Saviour to the Jew nnd ss King of the
Mary Etherldge Chspln, leader of the
New Thought services at lterkeley The
atre, will speak to-morrow evening at the
llowery Mission. Her subject will be
"A New Courage and a New Strength "
She will make some deductions from the
philosophy of llergson which will be simple
and easily understood and of directly prac
tical application In the conduct of life,
The subject of the LesMin-Sermon In the
Christian Science churches to-morrow will
bn "Probutlon After Death" and the Golden
Text (Psalms, ixlll ,4r "Vpa, though 1 walk
through the valley of the shadow of death
1 will fear no evil for Thou art with me,
Thy rol and Thy staff they comfort me,"
At the Chapel of the Intercession, Trinity
parish, llroadway and lith street, the
muslo will Include.
Eleven A M Organ prelude, Prlere,
Suite Gnthinue. Koellmann Te Deum,
Lutkln In l anthem, "Comes at Times
a Stlllnesh as of Even," Oakely, organ
postlude, Choral, Suite Gothlque, llnell
mann Four P M -Ol-gan prelude, Andante,
Roberts; Nunc Dlmlttis, Hound1 offertory
anthem, "Lovely Appear," Gounod; organ
postlude, Grave, Somite, II, Mendelssohn
Eight P M. Organ prelude, Allegro,
Suite Oothlque, lloellmann . Magnificat and
Nunc Diinlttls, Klminlns In E Hat. offertory
anthem, "Give Ear, () Shepherd of Israel,"
Whiting, organ postlude, Toccata, Suite
"Is Life Worth Living?" will be the sub
ject of an address hy Irving E. Vltiing,
lecturer on practlral psychology, Sunday
nfternoon st 4 o'clock in the auditorium
of the West Shis Voting Men's Christian
Association, .11 West Fifty-seventh street
Graham Harris, violinist, win contribute
to the musical programme of the sfler
noon "The Young Woman Whose Attractive,
ness Gltes Her I'ower-Voung Women
Are Responsible for Church Attendance,"
and the Salvation of the Community
third In series of "Bible Portraits of the
Twentieth entury Characters," will be
Dr. S. Edward oung's subject to-morrow
evening In the lledfnrd Presbyterian
('lunch, Nnstraud avenue and Dean street,
Urooklyn His morning subject will be
"Why I Relieve Jesus of Naereth Was
More Than Human." The double quartet,
OVER THE WEEK-END, OR FOR A PROLONGED
STAY, THESE ARE DELIGHTFUL DAYS AT
America's Famous All-Year Resort
A hrlk stroll on the IMtnlwitlk, brethln the refreshing lf e ,tlr, ! ths
finest lonle In the wnr.i F.terythlng to nuke a Ion ir or a ihnrt My delightfully
plemant rolling ch!r-. quaint nhnpt and unlipis btir. plrr. Inilir wlmmlng
poala and, for the mure trenuou.!' Inclined. tlJJla horjej on the beach, (alt
nd other outdoor d!rsl'nt
The lisdlnic hnil afford evrry convenience nd comfort, and are noted for
lh excellence of their hitWcc.
THE LEADING HOUSES
ulll furnish full Inform itlon, rates, etc,
Hotel and rianatorlum.
V. t.. Voune. Mcr
Onn Entire Vear
Waller J. rtuiby.
Marl horoii a li lllen helm
loth American and Euro
Jontah White S. Mont Co.
J Wkel, SUr.
lintel tit. rhnrlea
Open all ye.ir.
Kclln lUlnea Co,
r I! Hff and
II .' ntwardi.
Convenient throuch trilr.a In
U Central It. It ot N J or
I An Ideil Summer Camp for Hot a on I-aln
LnBmpwin. ivenucin i ear June z,:n to
Autut :th. Waterproof tenia ulth Boon.
All land and water uroru. Trlpa to Adiron
dack, leader carefully choMin. Ijirife t
wmblv Hall. Camp phynlcUn Trlepholie.
J. Clark Head. A. M.. Ilrrkelry srhool
for lloy. New York.
i I'Atl i I.VA I'K.
' In thetlrren Mountains nf Vermont.
( Hovs nf rood character only Bvryihlng
for eafety. ple&aure, hetllh. No raoiqultiw.
I no l.ay feer Peauliful lake. All eport.
i Mlllarda. Carpenter shop ItrooK tiout ..nd
. blark batv I'hvlrUn ItnnUlet nn rrT.et
S. W Hi:nitV. Irvlnt School. 3t W M u si.
am1' im i'iisr:r.
Pantarn I.a'e, Conn Meal tu'allon ftraii
for boy splendid cllnyitc: ffhlni. hoatms.
aihlrilca, I: I.e Hoy Xlerrer, Ted. .ttirdllh
and lion I.lpplncott are ruunvliurs at abote
ramp urnd for booklet, box 10
Kiilir.Ki l i.mhi.i:. :t i k. : i.t st.. . v.
r. HKI.ISI'AM I'for llo.-i In the lillrmt
I darks, an Ideal ramp romblnlr recreation
ar.n nuuy aiu rovers rtcntnin: Kiperl
encrd trarhers, All land ai.d water cpoN!..
fcend for booklet 1 It, LAMJUON, 11. 1)..
haranac Lake. N V
A drrt 1st your cimp undT this column.
Ilaifs oa rraurst
SCHOOL, COLLEGE AND CAMP BUREAU
I'll .Nassau ,su
.. . t lt.
Westrhester Ai jileinj A remarkable oppor
tunlt li o.tereu to tin s and etrls who have ron
illtloni. to mane -.ti and ulfh v.rrmcr t .tnrtn
They wtll he recctted Into the family of the prln
cipai oi inn m ooui onu irrnvr luillixii ai alien
tlon Wrlie for full par'lc.lars. .Nc ork,
NKW tllllK ,Se tnrk I'lty.
Far Olrla anil leunf ITeaMav
Scoville School for Girls,
C043 Plfth Atenue
Resident and Day Students, .suc.rnrr tratel I
party sailing June 7th. lUnerartes, Summer
le.-r. July :th to A ig 3U helrctrd studies, de- I
ugni.ui summer none, inps vt seasnore j-'uu
tpprrrlatlnn of city advanu;et. Applications
For IKilh Isetrs,
The fr.ltel ttes S"bool cf
SOJ fifth Atenue. New- ork. . ataloeu free,
UJ,,,IL Business Institute. Bronl 7 Id St
TI di H III III 5tenoafsoh.oook seeping, seeretana
"UI"UI" Course.Clvll$ernee.ummer Session
for Hoth Sexes.
tiu.i Mdill s,(iinnl.
Coma direct from business.
Tribune UMc Tel. :ty Heekman.
For Olrls anil nimc tt'omen.
ienejs:i: ( u.i.i:;i: roit women.
Fnar Year I'retwratnrt (Vnjrse.
Kour leu Mandard t nllege lours'
Splendid southern Lootlou
Wrl'e tn GEO J IH'KNTT Tres.
FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
I sit ri! T
REV. CORNELIUS WOELFKIN, D.D.
0 to A U . Illblc. School Session.
Young Women's Class, Mrs Merrrtt, leader.
Young Men's Class, Dr Addison Moore. leader
I A. H. a rs l. M. I'uhllc Worship.
REV. JOHN 'hUMPSTONE, D.D.
Services are heU In the following
Christian Science Churches
Sun.ijt, 11 JL M. nd S P. W. Wefineiiiji, t P. M.
Ursi t'burch, Central 1'ark West and auta St.
Sf ,-nnd ( hurch. Central Park West and am St.
Thltd Church, i:sth Street and Midlson Ate.
Fourth Church. r West Hist street
Fifth Church Madison Atenue and 3th Street,
hltlh Church, I'ark Atenue and oist street
FIFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Fifth Af, Ar KtflT.nflh Mrrtrl.
rrffhT To mtirrow j
REV. J. H. JO WETT, M. A., D.D.
Sertlces at 11 A tl and l in I' M
Mlilweek MTtU-e In the t hap.'l en tVednesday
evening at MS will be conducted hy HI) JOWKTT
THE NEW THOUGHT CHURCH
urulMs li M ir " KcAr. SpraUc
.Ni'H .Afullnn Hall, tl'2 H. I.tnl t.
J'trii i ' onrMi In t li nrl-1
FREE ORBAN RECITAL 10:30 A. M.
(ieo. SharLley. Orgitilst I- I'llloti. Violinist
(' (1. Dalley. soloist Mil are welcome
Central Prtsbyttrlan Church
vi:st srni sr . nkak iinn.MnvAY
Rev. WILTON MIlltLC-StllTH l P., Pastor,
still preach at 1 1 A. M. and -li.'lll I'. M.
Hi A. M Young Mens lllhle htudy Club,
.1 IV Sahbsth School
Devotional Service Wednesday at 8 I. M.
St. Choma$'$ (Zburcb
Firm A AND MI) ST
Hev. IIIl.NI'.sr M STIHKS, II D. Hector.
a A L, Holy Communion
It. Morning icrtlce and Sermon i Hector).
4 Ktensoug and Address (llectorl,
(lltO'K riirilCII, llroaday anil loth St.
Dr SLA1TKHY, Hector, . and tl iHecton; 4
I Rev. Mr. Claahi; iltcv. Mr 1'jlwnnlsi.
miller the direction of Onrnnl't Herbert
.1. Hriihm. ttlll rentier musical iiroitrnnimes,
preceileil hy brief nrirmi recital.
Mrn Mary Harris Armor nf Oeorttln,
who Is termed "the irrentest unman,
orator of America. Is tn be In this city
April :'7 to Mny t Incliialvp. Shu i.i to upenk
nt the follow Itiir places
Kunilny, April 37, 4 I' M , at the Kweilish
Hnptint Cliurcli, 141 Lust Klfty-llfth street,
between LexltiKton ntnl fourth iivenues,
Hiiiidiy. April .7. s m., nt the West
End Presbyterian Church, corner of lo'.th
street mid Amsterdam avenue.
VedneiHy. April 30. nt the .North I'rcv
hyterliui Church, West i.Vdli nlreet, be
tween llroadway nnd Unstordiiiii avenue
Tliursday. Muy I, at theChelse.i Methodist
KplHcnpal Church, Fort WunhltiKtou uve-
luicuml until street.
npn a. i year
Opn nil year,
tfm. It. Rood,
Open all year
I" 1' Cook'a sona.
In the fashion ibie Cheei
S'Ctlon Open ill year.
J. II. Thompaon A Co
from New York,
HOTEL NEW ENGLAND
s Carotin av- i beam. Private bathi. run
nlii water In root.n. Eleraior to (treat levtu
Sun Parlor. Capaellr Slo. Special tinrlnt ralej.
Booklet f)YP.AN A WILLIAMS.
ATLANTIC CITV. .V. J.
JOSUH WHirii .V SONS COMPANY.
, HOTEL LELAxNDE V'be
L'nohslracled ocean view rooms. Hlevator.
Lowest Spring rates. JACOO II. HAWK.
Virginia Ate. and Hach.
Onen alt ver. Hvprj
appointment and comfort. SA.f''i:L KLI.IS.
LAKEWOOD, N. J.
I lie Ideal Spring retreat anion I the pine - whero
. outdoor life Is at Us "i -i Tennis. Hiding, Driving.
I Motoring, Meat, t ip snooting etc.
. ;il.r" over . unVs at the Laketrood
, roi.u Intern it practlrr games throach
' out April.
LAUREL IN THE PINES
, Hl.t.NK I SIM IF. Mcr.
A. .1. Ml UPIIY. Wit.
Itearhed from N. , U Central II. U. nf N. .1.
IN THRMOUNTAINS OF BERKSHIRE
ALMON C. JUDD, MANAGER.
. Will Open June nth, II3.
j U'lth ,V hathrooms addel ami relecorste,t
throughout, i I- pre-eminently Uie Cncst moun-
tain reiri hotel adjacent to .Nw Vork being but
I three hours ta N V ,V If i H It It Iicaie.l
wltr.ln a hetiitlful estate of OiO acres at an altitude
ot l' feet, It Is the Ideal solution of the summer
I problem tor buttnes men and others who desire
, a retort of accessibility One desirable cottage
I In olrer In rnnneeflnn trOh ih hrttl ,enl
Honking rrprrsentatlte at llo lirnadwa).
I'nder same Management
Thf lilton, W Jlcrtiurj. Conn.
SEA GATE, N. Y. HARBOR
Cottages open April 1st.
The Inn open May 1st
ON TUB OCEAN. NEAK THE CITY.
45 Minutes hr t'rltate llnat from New
orU. noama with prttate bath, sun
parlors. Urge verandas, MilUrd room,
tennis, boatlnit and bathltuc
l'nllre Outsets roay be leased with
perlal Hates During Ihe Sprint Season
K preservations may be made now ..
Cnnnfry Life Within a llatr
Hour of Iba (irand Central.
Lawrenra rark, llronisllle, ,, y.
Hotel du Pare
..V;1"1,'? ,wl!?,'?r'n.v.','''r ,or Kidney com
plaints. V. d PHUCK. ! I'ark rlace, .New York,
LOST, FOUND AND BKWAUIt.
lost between Ansonla Hotel and Aeoltan Hall
Itla Subway) manuscript of Oscar Leon's song
composed mi John Hay's poem "A Woman's
Ixive," dedicated in Mme. Destlun. Address
Suite 10X Aeolian Hall. .tuuress
MKMOHIAI. lUlTLST. Washington Suuare
KDWAHD , .ll'IWON, Pastor, ulfl SreaTh. 1
Tranquil Walling." Mark 4-.'. Urn tho blade,
then the car, after that Ihe full corn In Ihe ear. k
'Parable of tho Dragnet." Matt una. They sat
down, and gathered Ihe good Into Hssels, but Ihe
had they cast ay.
MARY ETHERIDGE CHAPIN
Thf Worlifs Or f, lit il Tiaehrr
llrrkelev Theatre. 44lh st. A th Ave.
Sundas 11 A. M Delightful musical program
Subject -, New Courage and a New Strength "
At llerkelei l.x'i'iim. I West 44th. near Plflh
Atenue, Sunday, prlir7lh.3 SOo'rlock. (ieneral
meeting of llahals. and Iielegatea from all Darts
of rutted Stales, Public welcome. V
Trinity Parish, Chapel h Intirctssion,
ll'way a l.tsih St The Hev m ) n t,
Vlcnr . s (5, U45. lo:u, li, i nd a. " ' "
rC.MI'LK HWIr.K.t M'IKIII AMMM. Rev
Schleiisuer t llr.olooarli r Serlres, ;nio Klflh
Auiiuc, Sundays, Thursdays. Siturdays, 8 p. Ms
Prof, II ill, Psilde fioni st Uiuls,
THE BRICK CHURCH '
ur, iiiti in picacccs ai u auu i u cluck.
j poft tl A i UMPtNt . u
idruus of furmlniT a Ihid'cil par' .
to the protlslons of lie siat .,
of Xi'mt Yor. hrrcbi cirtif,
I 1h'" name or t.rrti .'.der u"
ttcrsl.ip ia tu tie road jcicii Is I
the ciuutv whereti ihe prti.elpai ,
uess Is tu he located Ls New ijrs
li The general nature of ti.e : , ,
tended to he transacted hy said r
that of hul:ig, srill.'.g and o'.'.cr . .
stocks, bonds and otlier securitlei.
li The names of all tho , ,
partners Interested therein, e.irti
f ill age. and the place uf iujUki, r
aald pittners are nr. falln! I l
(rcc uh. l alrileld touhij . i in,.- 4
li. I'oMer of the Ton of dm
of l.ssei. State uf ,e- Jerc; , ,f
par'iiers, and PredertcU T ll'dfo. . ' Jt
of trstiort, MUle of luiii.ee. . .
eperl.il partner 1
li the amount of capital h' ' , - ,
partner. Irederlik T. Iiedford i '
hi c.ifh to 'hn common stock ! Hi ,
thousand dollars i$.".nmi).
I Ihe time at whltti said par ,
lie;Ln la Airll 1st. lu:.1, ni,, ti , 9
the pJtvnershlp Istueud Is Man 1, i
Martli 3th, I JtJ.
MU.VI. ! '
P T. hi
i State of New ork. t oiinty of r ,
On this eighth da of ilarrii, ,n i P
Cersnnaur appeared i:ugar 1) I o
i. I'otler. to me ktumn mni ki.ou
the Individuals de.i rlbrd In at, a
the fore4.1l .g l.'isirumcnt, ,kh t, rrf,
acr.oledgt'd lu me that ihe- etc,
lit .NT I u t ,
Commissioner of Iiceus i It .
Stair ot New , oru. Count) of New j ,
On this l;h day of liar h. , j ,, .
personally appeared I rederlr T lie f
known ni.d Ituowu to tne to h
described In and who etcri' d ' .
, Inttr.ment. and he arkuowlcui:' u ''
uc execuicu luc same.
I ILVNKI t n
.Votary Public, Khgs Couii.j. in . ,
tn New Vorlc County.
.State of New ork. County of New ,r,
Kdgar II. Pouch, being di.lt swer i t
pose and say that he Is one of t!,e ge e, flr ,
tiers of the limited partners, It ' , , v
ptnV named Li the abotc cerilr" a r ,if a
porti.ershlp, and that the '.m i d Ui a i
ce-ttacnie. namelj. nfty thouai.J j
f i, contributed to tfte common -'oi jf s i
hy the spccUl par'ner. Krederl. T ,.ot;
has bern artuall and la good fal a ra t u uh
and contributed to the common s'of . r. j
of the s-ild limited partnership.
LLMiAn. P I'i ' li
S-om to before me this l'Hh da nf Ms.-
HCNTHK VAN P. IlLtld'.
l ommb.sloncr of I'eeds, f ty o'VeirVor,
IAVLIIK, A IIIM t.s, .1 ,lls
Notice of Conilnuanre nf Lt . lied I ar'ish,-
Pursuant to the statutes of the s te ,f .
York the limited partnership Lerrtof e nnd uoa
e.ttsttng under the arm name nf Tat , o.a
rloss A Joust has iien estended to die 11 iu.
llay. Isii, to rouduct a general bu-'.r.r. t b'i
Inf. sclllnc and dealing In t.'k t - li a
other Intrstmrnt ecurltles as brnr t ,
firtncttal pltce of business of said par'L-r-r,,a .
n the Horough of Manhattan, i tty an 1 .
of New ,ork The general partners .r, He
V. Taj lor. residing at Morrlstown, New ler-e
Shern.an It. Jool. residing .it NetLcri oil, N
Jersey: James c Auchlnrloss, res' s.;ig 4,
Park Avenue, Borough of Msnhtttan New t
( uy: Hotiert Stewart Crocker. rrldlng ai 'irt.
wlch, Conneeilcut. and the si i ai 'irier
Kanny I. Tiers, residing at ttor-'.st wn N
Jersey, who contribute,!. In cash Hfv mssa
dollars to the common stock of s.ild p.tr'nerjfii
and said contribution re' alns Intact.
Ail nf the partners ate of full age
The original crrtllcate ot such rer.ivs! ".
In the ouniy ( lerk's office. New or .ic
was duly signed and acknowledged ti eai a
'he general and special partnt rs la a.l r e
as provided bv statute
.New Wk. April :Sth. 19IJ.
TU.HH, ' i HINTUts .t Juiist
.NOTICE OK INT1..NTIO.N Ti I I if I
TMTn) STATES SAI LTY 1jAN'i. t.
tte. the uuderslgned. hcrebv gne notlr nf
Intention to organize a I'ank. under an! tirs.i
to the laws of the state of .New ok -ul r
tormity wiut Uie ststmr in ucn case sr.. -.
protlded, we hereby specify and Male as h .
1'IHST. The r.atres of the proposed corn, -v 1
tors are- JOSKl'H J mill JOsKHt ( H
IIAUKY N. DINT, AtH.I KAT.L s '
UOK I.KVY. AAHON HAHI.NOU ITZ, Jiiat. i
.SKCOM). The name of the proposed Bans li
LNlfKII hTATK.S .SAFLTY MA N o
TtllKD The location of the pieposed llir.li li
to be In the i li of .New t ork llomuch ot l!a'.
hailan. and to be particularly locate"! in th.i' -
lion thereof e.it of the H.mert u -th of ti
llrnaduay tnd south of It., .st. t, .st" et
IN MTNis. vtiiiHI-i't w h.ve hereut j
atlved our signaiurit, this . u.ir'y.i.st day 1
JitsFPH ,1 mat.
J'ir II 1 1st H
lUWItt .N DINE.
MMI H. KATZK-N'ST'If
A HO.N RAniVO" ?
JOM I'M MHT
PfRSt'A.NT to statutory r'Tilret -
Is hereby glten that an art Asen;l j
Int No 124,1, has been passed t hot. b is
of the Legislature. etiM'fed
AITHOIIIZINO TMI. ST TV Ctv-SI N
IV t.T'N'ti Y. ON" nflltl r i'i- Til" ST 1 0"
V It fUK.TI'.St HHt ND! It 1 1 1 ' (
NKtV Y( 'K tND VtsTIN', IN at. i
THR rrifnl ITY To Ad , IT st , N -
III XT' HI OI LKAS1 i if I' ! IS. s s
IN TIIK HOUDCI.H OC MANHATI tN . s,
CITY AN!) LKiSr'D TO THf ST tTf 1 N f
S tNCI OKI HtlTKKsrtl.N H' ' s
SI.T tS OP NIVHTKHN H' N,
Kl ' K. AND Hr i.riASI.NC, Titstl i , 1 v
THE FIuHT AND TITLK uF THK Tvrr it
AND TO s ID U:.SK AND 1'HEIIIS. S
Further notice Is hereby gpen t. a- t i it
Hearing upon surh Ml, will be he! 1 at e a. oi
Omce In the rpj Hall, til the i !t ' S. '. .
on Tii'sliy tti .i: iwi3 a'llo' ' A f
Ilj ed. I , y llah .Neork tpri, .i is
t II LI M J l,t N'l . '
rt'HSt ' NT to statutory renu,enri' " '
Is hereby glten thtt nn act As-emi . NV .r.a
Int No :'oi, has been pis-el bi It b biw
ot il.o UI.lnurc. euilUe
to amf.n'd ni.uiTH srvrv H' VT-R
ANDTHIKTY-TIIKI'r-OPTH1 I.A""S Its
TEBN lil'N'DHKIl AND ONt", l'N..T.' v
ACT TO PHOMDi: I'llll TH" IJi 'As
KIREMP.V OI'iniATI.Vll STFtM ST t1 1
HOIl.KK OH HO ILK US IV THK ( ITt 'I- -'-YlMlK."
THA.NSlT.HHINli TH1- s'U H '
LICf.SlNli TO THi: COMMIS.SliLN'.i
Further notice Is hereby given that a I'abl
Ifearlng upon such bill will be held at tne Mayor
omreln the City Hail. In the City of ttV's on
Tuesday, April 59, 1x13, at 11 o clock A Jt
Datcii, City Hall. New York, trrllll, t13
WILI.IWI.I OAS. Ni- tlavir
CIIANCK OP COItl'OKATr. .N tU.
NOTHK IS 111 Htm (iltl.V thai . n ta
Steldluger limijMiis. a domesilc 'ryi,irs
hattng Us prtnclf ai business nFlee in the ir
of Manhattan. City Conutt and mmc ' e 1
ork. ts in aiipl to the supreme i ourt of ' ie sa e
of .New er. nt a Special lerm Uuie H ' ie , 1
at the Net ork County mutt II se l i -e
Horough of Manhattan of the llty of Ne t tor
on the i:th day of May, 1MI3. at 10 3Uo .hk mew
forenoon, or as soon thereafter as coi.'isti ' M
heard, for an order author!, Id.' said "v '
tu change Us corporate uanio to ii"H' s.
Daied April is. lau.
DlVl MAN'-sTIMDINnnK COttr tS
by SAMI Kl. ! DITTMtN es.aer.1
SMITH. rxJl'dHTY (VKYNllf Hi..
Attorueia for Petitioner.
41 court siriet,
Hron'slyn, N V City
IN I't ltSL'AN''IJ of an or.er f I
ert Ludlow Kou.-t, -i Surroiri'' f '
of New York, NOTICi: Is herr .y s
persons havine ilalms jk4 t I. '
sparrow, 1a' of the i'oii '
deceased, to present the sun
thereof, to the subscribers , tr
trans, ictlni; business N v N
In ihe HornuKh of .Manna
York, on or beforo the 2yt I f
luted, New York, the 3rd d
1913. CM tilt r.. ' ti '
JOHN tl Lt '
AltCHlriALD M MA !..tt 1" .
Attorney for Ke u' in
31 Nassau Street
nonsuch nf Mnnh it'lti N' ' Y k
MKA1.KI) H1DS will te rcceltcd by ''t; t. "
Water SudhIv. nt Us ortlcei, seten'n t '
Hroada. New orU, until II A. M on -u
April iv, iwi J. tor i ninraci ui. iw i'i 'i 7.
dellterlng and Installing HACKS. ST'd Ml I
TUHS. SCIU'.K.NS, l.lrTHHS ami other api'a sl'-'
In gale chambers along CatsMll aoucij.; '
At the abote plaie anil time the bid " "
publicly opened and read Pamphlets.- 'i"1'1-
Information for bidders and contract "'"'V
can bo obtained at Hie abotc address bt d'
Ing the sum of ten dollars Ulu) for each p ?-f l;
For further iarllcuUrs w.e Jolorinatlja w
CHAHLK3 STHACSS, Pi'Sidcnr
CHAHLKS N. CHADW IClt.
JOHN T. OAI.VLN , , e
Commlislotiers of the Poard of Water
JOSrPH P MOIinismi'v swrme;
AltMYHl'ILDI.NC!, Whitehall Street New tort
City, April Zi. 1913 llcferenio adtcr ,;
daied March IU13 lotlihig propos. ret
Shoes, to h opened April Mih, prosper
iters are Informed that same has heeji wef
and that readtertlsenicnt will be r a e
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PYOr.Nll MA V between ages of :.1 ami S '
vole few etenlngs a week lo ileiallin' or
whereby he cm double his Income. '"lr52
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