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THE ITAUJX LABORER. His Economic Value to America Impartially Considered. THE ITALIAN IN AMKRICA. By Eliot Lord. A. M.. John J. D. Trenor and Samuel J. Bar rows. With fifteen illustrations from photo graphs. ISmo, pp. x, 26*. B. F. Buck «V Co. The design of this volume is to present clear ly the contribution of Italy to American devel opment and citizenship." As Mr. Lord was the special agent of the Tenth' United Stales Cen sus in regard to social statistics, Mr. Trenor, chairman of the immigration committee of the National Board of Trade in 1904. and Mr. Bar rows Is secretary of the Prison Association of New-York, their composite production should not only be regarded as authoritative, but cer tainly free from any Inherently favorable bias. Their unanimous agreement, accordingly, that the Italian immigrant, save in a few exceptional Instances, is a valuable addition to our Industrial and national development, should be equally gratifying to the Italians and to the descendants of earlier immigrants who may have viewed with apprehension the Increasing influx of large ly illiterate Latins from the boot-shaped penin sula In the Mediterranean. The authors sj>«>ak highly of the Italian's In dustry, frugality, rapacity and cheerfulness, ar.d show by statistics that he is temperate and honest. The somewhat large proportion of crimes of violence of which Italians have be?n convicted is due. ihe authors allege, to the groat preponderance of males among those who first came to this country, and the percentage of this class of crimes appears to be steadily diminish ing, as these men are- now bringing here their wives and children. It is even stated that there has been a perceptible diminution of crimes cf violence In Italy of recent years, through "the great ct prosperity brought to the country through returning emigrants, and more pow erfully by the more enlightened ideas brought back by them." If the calming effects of our institutions are so noticeable on the Italian tem perament, no less apparent is the effect of our school system on the illiteracy of tho immigrant . — not, o* course, directly, tut in the second gen eration. Teachers in East Sid.- public schools l>ear iiilugaa to the brightness of the children of Italian parents, and the head of an Italian church in New-York states that bo rapidly do they become Americanized that his assistant priests must be good English scholars if they «re to understand the confessions of a large pro portion of bis parishioners. The fait that so many Italians congregate in large cities and overcrowd the ranks of un- Fkilled labor Mr. Ix>rd contends is somewhat misleading as to the capacity of the average Immigrant. Only about one-third of the im migrants are without some trade or occupation, 1 ut they are forced by their lack of capital to take the first job that offers, gradually working out of the ranks into their proper spheres. All except those from the cities have some knowl edge of agriculture, but do not usually seek the land except where a number of them can settle together. Where such settlements have been effected, particularly in th« South, they have been very successful in raising cotton and rice, far exceeding the results obtained by negroes In neighboring sections. On the Austin Cor bin plantation at Greenville, Miss., eight families of Italians in •>,; cleared sums ranging from $500 to $1,3u0 over all expenses for rent and living. They excel alto as market gardeners, being accustomed to the most Intensive cultiva tion. Claiming that it is incontestable that "every hojiest, able, willing laborer is a material addition to the working capital— productive power of an undeveloped country" — Mr. Lord argues that "unless it can be established by evidence that the mass of immigration from Italy is not composed of honest, able, willing laborers, there can be no economic warrant for any arbitrary resort to exclusion." He adds fur ther: "If there are complaints of congestion, the rational economic resort is betterment of distribution — not the choking off of the pro ductive flow." In a. letter to Mr. Trenor An drew Carnegie makes the following statement of his opinion ii. regard to the Italian In Amer ica: As the- result of experience. I rata the Italian tiiphly and consider him a rr.oFt desirable lmmi irrsr.t. Jt is to bias I look with hope to settle more jind more in our Southern States, and finally to grow more cotton, which :s already needed to sup ply the world's wants. As long as "we can keep out the Immigrants who are assisted to pay their passage. 1 think the danger from Immigration Is largely Imaginary. I want no rx?tter proof that a man is to b* a valuable citizen than the fact that In Italy or in any Euroytan country- he has suc wd^d in Miing enough to bring himself and his lam.ly to tie land of promise. CEDRICS CAPTAIN IN TROUBLE. Arrested Twice for Violations of the Im migration Law. •Dodging Icebergs is nothing compared- to this." remarked Captain Hubert J. Haddock of the White Star liner Cedric yesterday as he left the Federal Building. He had surrendered him eclf to be arraigned on one charge, and was im mediately rearrested on another. The captain sur rendered to Marshal Ilenkel. to be arraigned be fore United States <A>n:mißsior.er Shields on a charge of having violated the immigration law In permitting a number of aliens to land. No sooner was he released in the custody of his coun sel than he was rearrr-sted on a bench warrant Isrued try United States D'strict Judge Holt chancing him with hevlng- failed to deport other foreigners, as ordered by the federal authorities HOLIDAYS ON EXCHANGES. The governing corrmittee of the Stock Exchange, m-hleh last week voted to close the exchange on Good Friday, at a special meeting yesterday grant •d a largely signed petition or the members that Saturday also be made a holiday. The Consolidat ed. Cotton and Coffee exchanges also will be closed on the two days, while the Produce Exchange Is to observe only Good Friday as a holiday. The backs and the government efflces will remain open as usual, but with ail of the exchanges closed to morrow, atid all except one on Saturday, there will be little bi'sln?ss transacted in the downtown dis trict en the last ■wo days of the week. The lead ers of th* eugsr trade, the American Sugar Kenning Company. B. H. Howell, Bon A Co., and Arbuckle Brothers, will close their salesrooms to-morrow and on Saturday. ~ Tl f T <Jhl°**o I'oard of Trade is to be closed o n Good FV.<Tay. The Easter holiday of the Ixindon 6tor-k Exchange will extend frorh this afternoon ustn Tuesduy morning. ONE PATROLMAN SAVES ANOTHER. While raiikiriy en attempt to stop a runaway horse ct Ll?t-rt. and lOth-ave. yesterday. Patrolman Edward J. Horaa warn bruised painfully and had his uniform torn to reds. The horre's bri-ile broke and Moran E.ived hlmpolf from falling by grasping the shafts, Be was about to lose his grip under the roundup of the hjrs<'s foiele 5 s when Patrolman v». J. Doyle prabbod the ho.-so by. the nose hunir on for a block and brought the- runaway to a *toj> v.ithin twenty feet of the edge of th» bulk head «t the North River front. Oldest Lager Beer Brewery The F. _ M. „ iht Vnted SUtes. Schaefer Brewing Co.'s Bock Beer On Draught at All Customers. Bottled at the Brewery and Delivered Direct to Famlli«s Tm*k Ay*_ COtfa to Cist tet^ Kew Tork. Excursions. If you are going to attend the EPWORTH LEAGUE International Convention to be held In Denver. Colorado. July sth to Oth. 190.'. why not make the Journey under th 3 delightful conditions offered upon the Raymond & Whitcornb Go's SPECIAL VESTIBULED PULLMAN TRAIN composed entirely of sleeping, dining and observation <*ars? This ma*n:fl cent train goen via the jrroat New York Central & Hudson Klver "Four Track Route." Leaves New York Saturday. July Ist. and ar rive* at Denver Tuesday afternoon at 4. p. m.. the day before the Con vention opens. SUNDAY SPENT AT NIAGARA FALLS. Thus avoiding Sabbat h day traveling en route. Special escort 'vlth the party to relieve each guest on the train of petty details. TICKETS from New York. lnrluaive of railroad fare. Pullman Berth and meals in dining cars for outward Journey, and rail- C#_X crj way ticket only returning * O> '' JU Proportionate Prices from Other Eastern Points. Itinerary No. 2 includes, in addition to above, side trips to Crtppla Creek Manitou Springs. Plke"s Poak, (Jlenwood Springs, Gforsetown Loop. Silver Plume anJ other interesting places. All travel and hotel accom modations paid. Inclusive fare from New York. Boston or Philadelphia and back to starting point, $114.00. Send for Circular Giving Full Itinrrarv and Details. RAYMOND S. WHITCOMB CO. (Incorporated.) 25 UNION SQUARE. GETS PATTERSON JURY. Youngest 37— Recorder Goff Ad journs Trial Till Monday. Soon after sundown last night the third Jury to try Mips "Nan" Patterson for the murder of "Cjpsar" Young, nearly ;i year ag<>, wus com pleted. While twenty-three talesmen were sworn on Tuesday only three jurors were chosen. After the name of the first talesman had been drawn from the box yesterday Recorder Goff said: As far as any record shows, this court has never eat on Good Friday. Because of the nat ure <>f the closing days of this week counsel and jurors may wish to go out of town to-morrow. Therefore, the court will adjourn this evening until Monday, but, gentlemen, the jury box niu.st be filled to-day. Miss Patterson sat alone with her counsel yes terday, Recorder Goff having refused to allow her father within tho lnclosure. Everybody who had ii'> business In the courtroom, has been entirely excluded. No jurors were chosen until the afternoon session, when the name of Ne\v lomb C. Barney, of No. lO£> West 4oth-st. t came up. He is interested In Idaho mines. After be ing passed by Mr. Rand, he told Mr. Levy he was sixty-six years old and married. He has several daughters, all married. The next juror was Francis Vail, a wealthy retired lumber merchant living at City Island. He 16 also married, fifty-nine years old and has grown-up children. The sixth juror was much younger, but also married. He was Eberhard L. Luder. of Lud<*r & Co.. No. 112 Wall-st. He is thirty-seven years old. He ilves at No. .r»o. r »o West 90th-st. Walter W. Tlnsley, a coal merchant, of No. C9l Bergen-ave.. was finally chosen as Juror No. 7. He is forty-nine years old, married and has several sons. Preston T. Lynn, of No. 151 West 140th-st.. was the first bachelor chosen to serve. Hf was followed by William F. Niebuhr, «a retired build er, of No. 207 West l-4th-st.. the ninth Juror. He is fifty-eight years old and married. Robert C. Martin, a builder, living at No. 3 West 12iHh st., and married, was the next chosen. The eleventh juror Is David May, forty-five years old, of No. 1,!545 7th-«ive. He has several children. The twelfth and last Juror was chosen at 7:30 o'clock, when William J. Murphy, who lives at Broudway and 7<»th-st., was found acceptable to both sides. He Is a. bachelor and is the cashier of the Lincoln Bare Deposit Company vaults. Two delinquent Jurorß, who fulled to respond when their names were called, were each finer 1 . $100 by Recorder Goff. One talesman was ex cused when It was learned that one of his rela tives ha<J been murdered, and another, William Angelo. was excused on hi,s statement that he would not believe police evidence under any cir cumstances. TO LEAVE SHIP HOTELS. Sale of Floating Arbuckle Lodging Houses Rumored. Notice was given last rilsht to the fifty women and forty men who occupy iho '•floating hotels" j,at into service by John Arbuckle at West 21st-st. that they will have to vueSate by Monday. William Sc'illey. the steward and superintendent of the two ships, admitted that he or^'.cr _'iad been promul gated, but said that he did not know if thu report that the ships had been sold is correct. He said he had heard that tho ships wore to be .sent ti> Staten Island. On board the John Stam'.er, the old lull rigged ship which serves as th • sleeping cabin for the women and the dining room and parlors for both men and women, and on th.- Wise, where the men sleep, there was dismay when the order was served. No nation was vouchsafed as to the reason for the ousting of the boarders, although the rumor was current that both ships had been cold. CORONER JACKSON RESUMES DUTY. Corporation Counsel Delany Says Conviction Is Now No Bar. In response to a request made by Coroners Brown Sender and Goldenkranz an opinion was sent to them yesterday by Corporation <"oun.se! Delany re garding the status of Coroner Jackson, who was recently convicted of attempted bribery. It in cludes the following: Upon the facts recited I am of the opinion that there is no legal objection to the performance by Coroner Jackson of the functions of his ofllce -if <"oroner . . . He has !»•• n Indicted, tried and convicted, but under xhv ruling of the Recorder he is not guilty of the crime charged, whatever may be his Innocence or guilt of other *-rlm«s. Coroner Hrown telephoned the Information to Coroner Jackson, who said be would be ut the Coroners' ofllce to-day to resume his duties. PANIC WHEN FERRYBOAT IS HIT. The ferryboat Montclalr. of the LACkawanna's Christopher st. (fax . Is laid u\> at Hoboken with about twenty f«-et of the forward m -n's cabin torn away. Af «-!,e was erossteg the river last night after leaving Chrlstopher-st,, .it l" o'clock, hhe, was rua Into by » '"X drawing some mud scows, fclu- was about two hundred feet out from the sllj» when hit. There was .i panic in the cabin, ■whi.-h was well Oiled, a.ni it is uid three men ■lightly hurt by splinters and L-la-s. BOOK SALE BRINGS $3,838 85. The most Important of the fine art and other books of the Wiener collection, hold last night at the American Art Galleries, was the Chalcographie dv Louvre, Muse'- Imperial. There are forty-eight volumes, atlas folio of three size?, containing nearly two thousand engraving*, said to have been made up for presentation to the heirs of Comte Thlbaudeau, by order of Napoleon 111, In recog nition of the services of Thibaud<au In the ar rangement of the Universal Exhibition of i«>o. A certificate to that effect appears in the tir:-t volume. There are included in the volumes seventy-two inn-, with descriptive text engraved, of the coro liation of i>jui.s XV. thirty-nine engravings, Includ ing full length portraits of the cnlef actor* in the coronation of Napoleon; twenty plates by Bilvestre of f*te» In Versailles in 1004. Wbß and 1674. and twenty-nine plates of the coronation of Charles X. Scnhnt-r'b Sons were the buyers. They paid at the rate of $13 & volume— sCJ4 for the lot. Nine volumes containing one thousand colored plates embracing all the mains of Mexican archi tecture, art and religion, by Ixird Klngsborouirh, were obtained by <". 1. Wiener for $117, who alnQ secured for $00 three volum<\< of engraving* from the Dresden Qallery. dsted 1753 Seven volumes ol the John A«Jolphu« Hiw».,r> of England went for fX2 Ji to Herbert W. Wiener, who also secured for f 101 130 volumes— a complete series— of the j:r!i!-h poets, with nx-molm of the authors The total •mount realized from last night's sale wa* $3,£33 to. V ' "A _ \V-yBR _ ' » AtLiT W _?§RSD AY. _e__' 2ft!" 1005. Excursions. "RED LETTER DAYS" Send for booklet entitled as above, covering four at tractlve trlr-s through Europe; Personally contracted, all Uavelllng expenses included. SIIoKT RHINE ,t S\\ ISS TOril %la Red Star Lino. .*3OO Ia»N(J RHINK & SWISS TOUR via Cunard Una 5.'«1.% COXTIXENTALi TOl?R via Atlantic Transport 1.1ne..541'5 ITALY ft UHINE TKIP via <*unar,; Line $305 Appl] at once for fr^e descrtptlTe pamphlet. THOS. H. HENORICKSON TOURS. 343 hult.n >t. iJct. Washington), Brooklyn. N. Y. Steamboats. fro fl\\ C^> TT Tfl 1 ! Dl AND POINTS in IID Ul/ «S) U W liU NEW ENGLAND. FALL. RIVER LINK. Ma Newport and Fall Hirer. Leave I'ier Ut N. H . foot of Warren St.. week-days only at 5:30 P. M. Steamers PRIBCIIJLA and PURITAN. Orchestra on each. NORWICH LINK, via New London. Leave Pier 40. N. R.. fcot of flerknon St.. week-days only at 0:0<> P. M. Steamers CITY OF LOWELL and NEW HAMPSHIRK. NEW HAVEN LINE, for New-Haven, Hartford, Spring field an.l the North. Leave Pier 20, B. X.. foot of Peck Slip, week-days enly at 4:00 P. M. Steamer CHESTER \V. CHAPIN. _. TpiMfpiLti© lit NEW YORK— ALBANY. C. W. MORSE and ADIRONDACK Leave Pier IS. N. R. foot Canal St. 6 P. M.. week days only; direct connection at Albany with trains to all points. Send iic for C. W. Morse Souvenir. EXCURSION 12.50. ©ATSKDLL, MIllIIBSIIIIIM&CdlXSACKIE BOATS leave Pier 43. N. R.. week days. 6 P. M. QUARREL OVER MONEY. Nephew of Pittsburg Millionaire Kills Wife, Then Himself. IllT TEI.EIiRAPH TO TOE TRinrSE.] Pittsburg:, April 19. — A special dispatch from Mount Yemon, Ohio, this evening tells of a murder and suicide there this afternoon. Fred erick C. Jones, a young railroad contractor, shot and killed his wife, Alvira W. Jones, and then killed himself. Jones was a nephew of the late B. F. Jones, a Pittsburg iron man and philanthropist, and a son of the late General C. A. Jones. He was the favorite nephew of B. F. Jones, who left the young man a sum of money, giving the murdered woman charge of the small fortune, which she was to disburse as she saw fit. with no appeal from her decision. Over this money the young couple quarrelled repeatedly. To-day Jones demanded that his wife- give him $I.(HX>, but she refused. He left the house In a rage, muttering that he would return and make himself felt. Mrs. Jones sent for her brother, saying she was afraid of her husband when In such a temper. The brother came and was in the house when the tragedy occurred. J. E. PARSOXS TESTIFIES. Says Son-in-Law Speculated — D. P. Morgan Weeps in Court. The action by Mrs. Edith P. Morgan, daughter of John K. Parsons, for separation from her husband, D. Percy Morgan, and the custody of her four chil dren was resumed yesterday before Justice Keogh at "White Plains. The case is attracting wide at tention. Among- those who attended the trial yes terday were Mrs. Herbert Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Klssell and other neighbors of the Morgans and Parsonses. Air. Morgan broke down and wept when he testi fied how he visited the country place of his wife last summer to endeavor to have his family live with him at Radnor, Perm. He said he was sur rounded by detectives employed by Mrs. Morgan or her father, who threw him dov-n and took a pistol away from him. He said he nad brought the pistol to defend himself with if any out; trieu to take the children away from him. Mr. Morgan declared that his wife reaily deserted him, because she left his home and went to the adjoining estate to live with her father on May 2. twenty days before his al leged kidnapping of the children. lie said that on many occasions when there were to be large din ners at the Parsons home he was left out, while his wife received an Invitation and was present. During ail of Mrs. Morgan's testimony she looked directly at her husband, and there was it flash in her eyes when she told of his alleged cruelty. She said that In IHO3 Mr. Morgan told her to go to her father's house at Lenox, because he had some dis astrous speculations and had lost J.'uO.i.Vi. She said that she remonstrated with him at the time for his speculations, and he replied angrily. Mrs. Morgan said that her husband was fond of re minding her that be was master of the house. Mr. Parsons said that when Mr. Morgan married his daughter one of the agreements was that he was not to speculate, but that in 1902, after he had got him a $12,000 a year position with the American Sugar Kenning Company, he came to him and said that he was in a hul<\ as he had lost 1267,000 and was likely to have trouble. Mr. Parsons said that 130,000 which he had given his daughter was partly lost in Morgan's transactions. Mr Wellman asked Mr. Parsons if he did not know that with this $50,000 Mr. Morgan had. through his financial operations, made an addi tional $45,000 Mr Wellman also asked Mr. Parsons if ho knew that Mr. Morgan, through the manage ment of his brother-in-law, ran all his estate and had Increased it to (300,000. "1 do not know any thing of the kind." replied Mr. Parsons. "From the Information I have received, I have reason to believe that something of the reverse was the cape." TEKMINUS ON TUCK INLET. li.V TKI.EHRAPH TO TBS TRIHi'NE.] Montreal, Al»rilA 1 » r i I 19.— A member of the Hritish Co lumbia government says that the Pacttc terminus Of the- <ii;ind Trunk Padflc Railway will be Turk Inlet, on Kaien Island, about twenty-fire miles M.mii df Port Simpson, it is further stated that th.l mtlnental Railway Company has purchased from the British Columbia government ten thousand acres of land "ii tii>- same island for Jl an acre, and hopes u> «• < a city built iij.uii it This land was placed under reserve one y.:ir ago when President Charles M Hays and other officials of the Grand Trunk iv.-in. were <>n the coast .-.-. king a suitable pon which "1 build terminals. Kuif-n Island la an isl.md only in hiKb tide, being separated from dnland at that volnt <>nly When the tide is out it is s peninsula. The harbor is good and affords safe approaches from the ocean. HOCH ON TRIAL FOR MURDER. Chicago, Anril l».— Johann Hoeh. self-confessed 1. was placed on trial in the Criminal Court rning for the murder ol Mrs. Marie \\'ui<>k»»r one of in* wives. !!>• pleaded not guilty \t torne; [sadore Plotkt, for the defence, naked Judge K< rsten to continue the case until to-morrow, on tund thai counsel wanted time to examine ■ Indictment*. Judge Kersten acceded, .-.nd djounied until to-morrow. • RECTORS BROTHER KILLED IN WRECK. Ir.v TBUKiBAFfI TO l"X I Kir.TNR. | Buffalo, April is The funeral of Herbert Wrigtey it. \ C. FV J Wrigley, pastor of episcopal Church, Brooklyn, was held this •,"" 1 1 Mr Wrigley wus killed In a wreck nuur Tonawunda last Sunday. Foreclosure Sales. (SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW k York.— Carl Fischer, plaintiff, agalntt Caroline Wled hopf and others, defendants.— ln pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale duly made and entered In the above entitled action, bearing ('ate th.- Kith day of April. IWi.'. I the undersigned, the Referee In anld Judgment named." will sell si public auction, at the New York Real Estate Salesroom, Nos. 14 and 1« Vesey Street, In the Borough " Manhattan. City of New York, on the loth day of May. ll*i.">. at la o'clock neon on that day by Jo-.iil. P Day. Auctioneer, the premises directed by said Judgment to be sold, nnd therein described as follows: All that certain lot, pl.ee or parcel of land, with the buildings nnd improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being In tie Borough of Manhattan, of the City of New York, In the County and State el New York, •■•"i bounded nnd described as follows: Beginning at the corner formed by the Intersection of the Northerly side of 114 th Street with the Westerly side of Lexington Avenue; running thence Northerly along the Westerly side of Lex ington Avenue, til feet; thence Westerly parallel with 114 th Street, «2 f«-»t 11 inches: thence Southerly parallel with Lexington Avenue, Cl feet to the Northerly side of 114 th Street, and thence Easterly along the Northerly side of lMth Street. 42 feet 11 Inches to the point or plnce f heglnnirc. Said premises being now known by the street Nos. 14.". and 147 East 114 th Street and No. 1.84« Lexington Avenue. Dated New York, April 14th. 11W. PATRICK A. M'MANTJS. Referee R PT'DnVSINO. Jr. Attorney for Plaintiff. No 15fl Broadway. Manhattan. New York City. The following is a diagram Of the property to be sold ss described above, the street numbers being 143 and 147 Vn*t lHth Street arid I.MU I.exlr.jtton Avenue: «t ■ mi- ! \ . I ft 5. -5 i M i 42'U- -S ~~~ -— ~ E. 114 th Street. The approximate amount of the lien or charge to satisfy which the above described property Is to be gold. is 128. IV. 40-100, with Interest thereon from the 3rd day of April, l!«>.". together with costs and allowances amount ing to $.';*•» 15-100. with Interest from April lith. 1903. together with the expense* of the rale. The approximate amount of the taxes, assessments, water rents or other liens, which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money or paid by the referee. Is $7fll S3-100 and Interest. The said premises are now encumbered by five mortp.»seF. on which there is due the following: 1 $r>.o»o and Interest from June Ist. 1004. at Vi r ; ; -. ?».000 and interest from June Ist. 1004, at 5%; 3, $4,000 arid interest from May 1.-.th. ll«>4, at .V"< : 4. $1,000 and interest from May If.th. l'J<>4. at r.r;.. .-, J10.250 and Interest from June i'2nd. 1003. at «!',;. That out of the purchase price bidden and paid for said premises the above mortgages will be paid off and satisfied by the Referee. Dated New York, April 14th 1906. PATRICK A. M MANI'3 Referee. gUPRKME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY.— Realty Mortguge Company, plaintiff, ttfralnst James Qulnn and others, defendants. In pursuance of a Judg ment of foreclosure and sal*, duly made an.! entered In tho above entitled action, and bearing date the 13th day of April, l!X*r>. the undersigned. th« Referee In said judg ment named, will sell at public auction at the New York Real Kstate Salesroom, N..s. 14 aril Hi Veaey Street. In the Horough of Manhattan. City of New York, on the Oth day of May, 1906. at twelve o'clock noon, by Bryan I* Kennel!)*, auctioneer, the premises directed by Said Judg ment to be sold, and therein described as follows: All those certain lots. pieces «r parcels of land, with the buildings thereon erected, situate, lying and being In the Horough of Manhattan. City of New York, and bounded and described a.-- follows: Beginning at a point on the northerly side of West Twenty- nfth Street, distant one hundred feet westerly from the corner formed by the Intersection of the said northerly line of West Twenty hfth Street with the westerly line of Sixth Avenue; and running thence norther. y parallel with said westerly line of Sixth Avenue, ninety- feet nine Inches to the centre line of the block; thence westerly along said centre lint- and parallel with the said northerly line of Weal Tw«nty-nfth Street eighty feet; thence southerly and again parallel with tho ."aid westerly line of Sixth Avenue and partly through the centre of a party wall ninety eight feet nine Inches to the said northerly line of West Twenty fifth Street: an.l thence easterly along said north erly line of West Twenty-fifth Street eighty feet to the point or place of beginning, be the said several distances and dimensions moro or less. New York. April 14, 11*05. JOHN M. WARD, Referee SIMPSON, WERNER * CARDOZO. Plaintiffs Attorneys, .12 Broadway (Manhattan), New York City. The following is a diagram of the property to be sold: No*. 107 to 113 West 25th Street. 25th Street. The a-nnunt of the mortgage Hens or charges, to satisfy which th-3 above described property Is to be sold. Is 131.627.69. with Interest thereon from March 31. 1003. and also costs and allowances Included In the decree, amount- Ing to KSD2.M, with Interest from date, and also the ei per.fes of the i*ale; the approximate amount of taxes, as sessments anil water rates upon said premises, to be allowed out of the purchase money, or to be paid by the Referee therefrom, is $500. The premises are to be sold subject to a prior mortgage of the principal sum of $160,000, and likewise interest thereon from November 13. 1904. at the rate of four and a half per cent per annum, and also to any covenants which may be in force re specting the use of the premises. New York, April 14, 1903. JOHN M. WARD. Referee. gUPREMB COURT, COUNTY OF NEW York. — Israelltlscher Brueder-Yereln Dlumenthal (No li, plaintiff, against Moses M. Rappaport et al.. Defendants. In pursuance of a judgment of fore closure and sale, duly mad« ana entered In the above entitled action and bearing date the 6th .lay of April. 190 ft, I. the undersigned, tho Referee in said Judgment named, will sell at public auction at the Exchange Sales room, Xos. 14-16 Vesey street, in the Dorough o? Man hattan. City of New-York, on the 11th day of May. 1W». at 12 o'clock noon on that day, by Philip A. Smyth, auctioneer, the premises directed by said Judgment to be sold, and therein described as follows: All that certain lot, piece, or parcel of land, situated In the City, County and State of New York, and bounded and described as follows, to wit: Reglnnlnsr at a point on the North sld* of Seventy-eighth Street. iii?tant One Hundred and elg-hty eleht (ISS) feet and four «4) Inches East of the North east corner of Seventy-eighth Street and Third Avenue; then.-<> running North parallel with Third Avenue. On« Hundred and two (U>2) feet and two i 2) Inches; thence East parallel with Seventy-eighth Street Sixteen (lti) feet and elsht iS) Inches; thence South parallel with Third Avenue, one hundred and two <102> feet and two (2> inches to the North side of Seventy-eighth Street and thence \V»st along the North side of Seventy-eighth Street sixteen (16) feel and eight (8) Inches to the point or place of beginning. The said premises lie In Section 5 ltlock 1,483, on the Land Mao of the City of New- York and ire now known as No. 215 East Seventy el D h at h ed S New- York. April 17. 11*05. J. ALEXANDER KOONTS. Referee. LBON L«ASKI. Attorney for Plaintiff. 13-21 Park Row, Boroogh of Manhntton. New York City. Tin' following: Is a diagram of the property to be said; Its street number is 215 East Seventy-eighth Street: 70th Street. The approximate amount of the Hen or charge, to satisfy which the above- described property Is to l>e sold. Is ?7JS4 ill*, with Interest thereon from the lid day of March 1005. together with costs and allowance amount ing to $411.32, and Interest thereon from April 6th. 1906, together with th« expenses of the sale. The approxi mate amount of the taxes, assessments and water rates, or other liens to be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase-money, or paid by the Keferee. Is $779.56 and Interest. Dated New York. April 17th. IOCS. J. ALKXAXDER KOOXES. Referee. Instruction. TIIK BERUTZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES. MadlM>n Square (1.1!: B'way>; Brooklyn. 73 Court Si New terms beginning now. Trial lessons free. School Agencies. A.UEKICAN AND FOREIGN TKACIIEKS* AGENCT supplies Professors. Teachers. Tutors. <Jo •'•messes, etc.. lv Colles«a. Schools and Families. Apply to Mrs. M J. YOUXH-FUI.TOX. *3 Union Square. Spring Resorts. MAINE. GRINDSTONE INN. I MALVERN HOTEL. Winter Harbor. Maine. 1 l'ar Harbor. Maine. Opens July 1 E. <; '3ROB. Manager. Care Jekyl Island Club, llrunswick. <la. TUMUOgt. VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS NEW YORK OFFICE, 243 FIFTH AYE. Water*, baths, hotel an.] spring climate nowhere squalled. Rheumatism, (OUt and nervous disease* cured. Complete hydro-therapeutic apparatus. New sun parlor and palm room. Golf. riding, driving and outdoor pas tlmee Comportment (deeper leaves New York week days 4::.-. p M.. and arrives Springs .S:Sl» A. M Excursion tickets at •'. & O. office, 983 Broadway, and offices l>rn nylvar.iu It. It. FI'.KK. STEKKY. Manager. Hot Springs. Va. CALIFORNIA. From Ocean to Ocean From New Orleans to San Francisco Sunset Express OF TIIK SOUTHERN PACIFIC RUNS. I>AII.Y. ißQUir* 94'J or 1 Broadway. New Tors, Spring RetorU, Spend Your Easter in ASBURY PARK, N. ]. Directly on the Atlantic Ocean Front. New 70-Foot Wide Boardwalk. Spacious Glass Enclosed Casino, Steam Heated. HIGH CLASS MUSIC Hot and Cold Salt Water Baths Now Open. Invigorating Ocean Ozone. Elegant Rolling Chairs in Abundance and Variety. Over a Score_of_M(xkniized Hotels Open. HOTEL MARLBOROUGH, GRAND AVENUE.' Leading All Year round Hotel. Orchestra. ISO bed rooms: steam in every room, with bath. Thoroughly mod ern and strictly up to date. Stare* meet every train. Moderate rates. Booklet. Address A. M. SEXTON. HOTEL SAINT JAMES, 200 FEET FROM THE OCEAN. Steam Heat. Electric Light. Sanitary Plumbing. Eectrle Bells <» Rooms. Large Sun Parlor. A Select Family Hotel Private Baths. Special Rates for Easter Holidays. Booklet. F. W. BOCK. Prop. THE BELVEDERE, DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN FRONT. Open for Easter Holidays. Special Rotes for Easter Season. Under management of Hc,t£ M.rlborou«h^ p THE VICTORIA, THIRI"> AND Or^AX AVEXirES. Steam Heat. Private Baths. Now Open. KEM pE. THE HOTEL TENNET. Asbury Park N. J c.rand Aven ie Steam heat »un parlors Home comforts for the East-r holMay* at moderate rates. Booklet. E K. TEXNBY. ST. LAURENT. Asbury Park, N. J. Tth and Grand Avenues. Enlarged and modernised. Now open. Booklet S. FLTNN. HOTEL BRUNSWICK, j I Open for the season May 2" 1 » MORGAN TO SECDBE ACCOMMODATIONS EASTER. WEEK Atlantic City, N. J. Room clerk Daily at 289 Fourth Aye., or 'Phone 6246 Gramercy or to the HOTEL RUDOLF. OPEN ALL YEAR. LARGEST AND MOST MODERN. Direct Ocean Front. ORCHESTRA, ELEGANT CAFE AND GROTTO. C. R-. MYERS. Prop. EASTER, at I ATLANTIC CITY T7"™"| PssstefTkn^kLsknmc. I i HFC Solid Vettibala Trains.Huffs*Par _ lor Csrs.leaTe Liberty si. station 11UU i a (N X »« A.M. *nvl ».*u P.M. UVIU9 »^o \. M. Sonrtaj. South Ferrr froai 6 minutes earlier. Returning. lea-re 7. x- _. Atlanttn City. Easter Sunday at New York t.*i V . 11 . Cafe car attached. ' VIA NewJerseyCentral| HOTEL MORTON, Virginia am., rear Beach. Atlantic City. N. J. UP«a all tfc* year. Fins Table. Suites, with private bactt. Handsomely K.t«mlane<] Perfect sanitary arraossmeats. Elevator to all .loan. Special rates far Winter. Capacity SSO. MRS. N. R. HAINES, Owner tod Proprietor. HADDON HALL ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Always open. Hot and co:d sea, water baths. Long distance telephone In every bedroom; coif links. Writ* for illustrated literature. LEEDS * LIPPIXCOTT. THE ST. CHARLES" Directly on the ocean front. Atlantic City. N. J. Hct and «-o!J salt and fresh vater In every bata. Richest class patr mags. Pure artesian water. Lone 61 •- tance telephone In rooms. Unexcelled cuisine. Orchestra of soloists. Golf. Mocrn plans, rates, etc.. can be seen at SSU Fourth Aye. XBWLI* HAMEt. THE IRVINGTON. On the Beach at Virglnla-ave. . overlooking Boardwalk and Steel Pier: very centre of all attractions. Modern up-to-date hotel: capacity SUV Every comfort and equip ment. Including elevator, steam heat, baths, sun parlors, etc. Special reduced rates to Siring guests so to $13 : weekly. J2 ud dally. Table and service a feature. Booklet. W. r. WATTS. HOTEL DENNIS ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Situated directly on the beach front, with aa unob structed ocean view. Hot and cold sea water In prtrat* batns. OPIiX TUB ENTIRE YEAR. WALTER J. BUZBT. ATLANTIC crrrs NEWEST HOTXU CHALFONTE, ▲ modern ten rtory fireproof Hotel, complete in every re ■pect. On th* Beach. THE LEEDS COMPANY. Always open. Write for folder. THE FRONTENAG. Kentucky Aye.. Atlantic City. X. J , 100 yards from Beach. A new. modern high class hotel, complete with every modern appointment. Including elevator, baths, steam ' heat, etc Offers apodal ttrrir.s — $> up weekly. 11.30 up j dally, including large ocean view rooms, metal beds. Superior table ami s«rv.ce. Spacious sun parlors, over looking (Kran and BoarJwalk. Booklet. Mrs. H. T. MOTEIt- SEASIDE HOUSE, Atlantic City, N. J. BEST LOCATION ON THE OCEAN FRONT. F. P. COOK & SON. HOTEL GLADSTONE. DinECTUT ON THE UEACIL ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Sunny rooms, with baths, en suite. Salt water la all baths. New-York Representative at Hotel York. aye.. corner 30th-st. Telephone 1730-3Sth X. J. COULJNS. HOTEL TRATMOBE, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Open all year. Directly on Ocean Front. Running water ! In b»droi>«ns. Hot and Cold Salt and Fresh Water Baths. i Water from own artesian well Improved sanitary sys tem. Uuli club privileges. TKAYUOIU: HOTEL, COMPANY. U. a WHITS. President The Albcmarlc. J^jjj.-j — An elegant modern hotel, offering special terms. »••*. %V\ ♦12.MX $15 weekly; »U up dally. A number of very *►- sirable Him heate<l rooira at the |» rate. Large, sunny. ■t«am lifiuo.l momi; excellent table; elevator; private baths. 4.UUO feet suu parlors; booklet - J. T. COTE. Spring 7lcsorU GRAND AVENUE HOTEL, THE LEADING HOTEL. IN EVERY RESPECT. 200 rooms. single or en suit*, with bath: large am parlor, smoking ana card rooms; steam heat, electric I'.tZt, gas and all modern improvements. Booklet. A'i !.-«•• L. SILL, IT*. THE M1270T HOUSE, NOW OPEN. Select Service Only. HOTEL TOTJRAIHE, FIFTH AVENUE. Special rates for Easter Holidays. Steam H_t. Now Open. Sun Pkrler. Booklet. X J. DONNE— _, GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL, GRAND AYE. \.VI' OCEAN. Special Easter Rates. Booklet- Now Open. A. TFRHTN2S. RAVENSWOOD INN. Asbury Park. N I '>n heautiful Sunset Lake. Bea» Beach Arcadi- Always open, barh sun par.or 1 2tB» season. Telephone 13 1 J. C BRaZEB, Prop. Asbury Park, N. J. ;th. For booklet and ratrs address A PARSONS. m THE QUEEN, OCEA * !!■■■• Now open. Direct ocean front. Steam heat. Sunny •*- peoure. Pleasant rooms. Only artesian water uacd. Booklet. Telephone OJ7. M. P. WISWKIX. GAi^N HOTEL AND SAHATOftIUI I HALL, ALWAYS OPEN. Atlantic City, Booklet. i .V. J. I F. L^jLOi_NJL_i-eoerJ_>faMag^ I HOTEL SHADDOCK. 2C«w Tork Avi. and Beacn. Atlantic City. X. J. — E'.» vator to street level. ii per day up. Special we»itly. W. I BRJkDDOCK. noTEX JaIAJCSTIC. Virginia Are., third house from Reacts. Atlantic City. N. J. Special rates. $2 per day and upward: tin par weeit and upward. Elevator from street level. Booklet mailed. SAMUEL, r. KUJa " new HOTEL PIERRJCPONT. ""* Ocean End New Jersey A**.. Atlantic City. >'. J. Rooms en suite, with salt water baths. Ail modsrss appointments. Music. Auto meets train. WV^ A. C M'CLELLAX * SON. THE PENNHTTttST, Oc«mn end of Mlchlsan-ave. . Atlantic City, V. Moons ca suite, with baths. Long- distance telephone in roojnax, Elevator to street level. Booklet mailed. W. R. HOOD). THE INN. BROWN'S MILLS-IX-THE-PINES. NIV-JHsR Climatic conditions superior to Lakewood a* Winter Resort. Unbroken forest 20 miles wide. Veritable Col onial 100. new and completely equipped. NOW OPEJC Thirty miles from Philadelphia. To mile* from Hmm • Tori. 25 miles from Ocean Send for booklet. — —I Somerset Inn is but thirtr-ftvo miles) from New York; convenient Lacka wanna, ferries at Barclay and Christopher Streets* Altitude 800 feet; every advantage; sodis* comforts. Mr. Tnttle, the manager, may bo reached on 'phone 7 B BernardrriHe. N. J. '- HOLLYWOOD HOTEL ! AND COTTAGES. » WEST END. LONC* BRANCH. N. J- j'f Will open June 13th. IMS. * L ma a summer and winter resort .."!.'!;! on the European plan. Under the direction of Its original »'■ »»nr LEON COTTEATIX. For all information call or write the Hotol. «r J^*^C Offlce. J. C. LTONS. 4 E. 42d Bt, ■n.t...t.nn.. 5 Lon^ Bran :33 W<»et E»S. Telephones j x T . 8438—3801 St. I A IfITIAI A Alt Amon* th* pines of ?> 3-»-J.t. I llf Iff 1 1 *«' - a faahlonabl* and health krinhllVUlli ful winter and sprlnc mart. THE LAI REL HOI A. J. jiurpht. ataaacsr. THE LAIREL-IN-THE-PINES. Prank F. Shut*. Vnnsgas Ra«ch»d by New Jersey Central Railroad. KEW-TORK. BRIABCUFF MAHOB, IT. T. BRIARCLIFF LODGE. Open in June. POCANTICO LODGE, OPEN ALL THE YEAR. Mr. Brldger. New Tork representative. win •* M Onarcllff Farms OOe*. IX WINDSOR ARCADE. Fifth ! Avenue and «Sth Street, on week days, from 10 JO t* 1:18. Erlarcllff realty Information at the horn* eae% Briar- CltS Manor, or city ofßco. br appointment. DAVID B. PLVMER. UMml -«ssisjis. BrlarcllfT Manor. N. T. Manhanset House, Manhanset Manor* SHELTER ISLAND. LONG ISLAND. N. fm \ HOTEL OPENS JUKE 22. > Furnished Cottages for Rental. V For Bof>kl«t and Information address) ' \ ROBERT MVRRAT Manager. > 23 Union Square. NEW YORK. Room S. ARDEN CITY HOTEL.. A magnificent high class modern hate! is the gsliTssl spot of Lone I»lanJ tl» miles from New-York). NOW OPEN. 3. J. LANNIN CO.. Prove.. Garden City. I* t. Also Props. Hotel Uramatan. Bron»vllle. N. T. THE CHESTNUTS Rtverdale-es-Uudson. N. T . will open for th* aeasoa April 10th H B. AN'ABLC Nl. V. II A M PSII IRE. The Wentworth New Castle, *™Sislis%'b. IS hoars from Boston aa North Shore, acoommo>tatl->n» tor «!■>. Lars* orchestrv Si-.cr.Hd coif links. Kran4 drives, boattne. bathing, iwlmmlni pool, rtshing Centra for automobilinc. Address, HARVEY & WOOD New Hotel B«llcvuc. Boston SSI Sth-ave. Telephone. 1003 Madlsaaw HOTEL ASPINWALT O. D. SEAVEY. LENOX. MASS. assssssf May 30 to Nov. 1. Dry. Coo! In»Jinratln» Climate — Pur« Water. N»w \ork Ms* Murray Hill Hotel. I'HSNSVLVAM.V. WHERE you can catch TROCT. SMIICF CABIN INN Mo-t attractively located *«V modern; steam heat . prWate baths: seven trout stre&Bu; Z\» hours fmnx N«w-Tork. W. J. * M. v. PRICE, Ctoadensls. P*.