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FOR TAKKS, $1.-in:j.OOO.
SHARE FOR .ILLBOHOrCrirs
Aldermen Likely to Approve
Finance Department's Estimates.
After a thorough Investigation of the requests of
the various borough presidents too investigations
division of the Finance Department Ua* .rccom
menAed appropriation* «Bgxeg»tlns •I.SSS.OOO for
city parks. Ttia chances are that the alderman
will sanction thl« expenditure, as there seem to be
good reasons tor upending th* money. The sum of
Kto.OOO Is wanted In the boroughs of Manhattan and
Richmond, as follows:
Construction aad Improreraent «f it. M Ol 9 ..-,^--
Park between ISOth street snl ltSth street $100,000
ObcstrucUoß of th. northerly portion of John Jay
Park lying north at East 77th street, and th.
further 'mproTemont of the southerly section of
said 1 ark lying below East 77th street 76.000
Installation of an improved water supply for th* „
Harlem River driveway - •••• 25.000
Con»tractlon of new concrete and asphalt gutter* _
on driveways and bridle road* of Central Park. . 48.000
Em-tension of high pressure, water supply and irrl- .■_
cation system In Central ****••■••■•■■'"•■"• 100.000
InTnroTlnc the drainage *>-*tern of Central Park on
the rat side, between «Oth and BMb streets.
and on the drlre* and lands adjacent thereto . . . 20.000
Concreting bottom and sides Central Park lake*
sad filling In where dm«h Is too great .S-52S
Construction of Colonial Park • •••••• • • W».000
Construction of additional gr*cnhouss* In Central
Park for use to propagation of plants, shrub*.
etc ...-••••••••••••••••••-•■••••.•.••""■*"• Z3.000
Construction of repair yard, storage sheds, manure
pit* and refuse Incinerating plant In the North
Meadow. Central Park 2 s - 000
The Improvement programme for Brooklyn and
Queens la as follows:
Osßstroctlon of playground* end purchase of rym
nsenim equipment for boys an<! girls at"! la £ ln * .„ ,„.
sidewalk* and Interior walks. MeLaughlin Park. $55,000
CbfiFtructlon of shelter house, with toilet accom- .
modstion*. rulton Park ■ 10,000
Reps ving Pennsylvania avenue with asphalt on
ornerete foundation ■• •• 25.000
Laying concrete walk on w*st side of Prospect
Park, from Cth street to 15th- street 7.800
Construction, of approaches to the new boathous*
in Prospect Park and a platform or ramp on the
lake aide of boat house, a* designed In original
plans of th* architects 35.000
Construction of new entrance to Prospect Park at
lfith *rr*et and Ninth avenue 25.000
Construction of comfort station for men on park
land In th» vicinity of main entrance to Pros
pect Park 12,000
Construction of shelter bouse on tennis grounds.
Prospect Park 60,000
Purchs** of top soil, trees and shrubbery for
Amersfort Park 1.500
Construction of comfort station on children's play
grounds at New Lots 6,000
Construction of stone shelter house and comfort
■tation, Wlnthrop Park 25,000
Construction of temporary fence and regulating
and grading Willlamsbur*; Park........ 25,000
Regradlng and cleaning up extension to Institute
Park, opposite. Wllilnk entrance to Prospect
Park 5,000
laying of asphalt til* walks. Interior of Sunset
Park 24,000
Const ruction of shelter house and comfort sta
tion. Sunset Park 35,000
Construct of new comfort house. City Park 12,000
Construction of cencret* sidewalks east of Sea
side Park, and purchase cf top soil and shrub
bery for said p%rk 4.480
Construction of additional greenhouse* for us. In
propagation of plants, etc.. Forest Park. 6,600
Construction of water tower, pumping station' and
mains to connect with golf clubhouse. Forest
Park WOT
laying asphalt tile walk*, Interior of Kings Park.
Jamaica 11.000
Laying new sidewalks where required around
Kings Park. Jamaica 3,400
Construction of lockers and Interior furnishings,
new hoathouee. Prospect Park, athletic build-
Ing on parade ground, and golf house in Forest
Park 15.000
Repavlrg and rerurtvlng portion of Olenmore ave
nue with asphalt on concrete foundation 40,000
Ex-evatlng. regraalng, repavinir with .asphalt
block on concr*'e foundation, recurblng and sup
plying manholes and catch .basins, two traffic
roads alongside of Eastern Parkway, from Pros
pect Park plaza to the Intersection of Pltkln
avenue. Ralph avenue and Eastern Parkway
extension 180,000
Construction of additional timber Jetty, Seaside
Park. Coney Island 18.000
Purchase and delivery of 4.000 cubic yard* of
stone, for use on bulkhead at end of Coney Isl
and Parkway 18,780
The Bronx's allowance of $369,000 will be expended
as follows:
Construction of lake for the purpose, cf eliminat
ing swamp area couth of Colonial Gardens, Van
Portland- Park $70,000
Construction of new macadam road from Grand
avenue. Van Ortlandt Park, about 6.460 feet to
Yonker* city lire. 18.000
Construction of comfort station and shelter house
en polo ereund*. Van Cortlandt Park ... 12.000
Construction of ditches and drains, levelling and
filling to perfect drainage, vicinity of Rockwood
drive. Van r-ortlandt Park ." 6.000
Clearing. deer«nintc and filling the lake In Van
Cortlandt Park 13,000
Construction of plantation*, two sld« paths re
ceiving basin* bh<l completion of unfinished
work tin Mos'iolu Parioroy 55 000
Improvement «f nay avenue side of Claremont
Park, south of the main entrance 18,000
Tmwoveinent , 177 th Mre*t side of Crotona Park.
from Third avenue, running about 800 feet east- •
erly 24 000
Grading and construction of proper drainage faciii
•:♦(>. northern section of Ootona. Park 8 000
Regulating, grading and filling Maconibs Dam
Park «v» #vw»
Ooretrurtlnn of drlnk'npr fountain. Jerome avenu* *^ w '
and \ I m ,' luct Road. Maromb> Dam Park 8 000
Construction of new Iron fcot bridge over faUs In
Bron* Pane . ,«y.
S Z
reeul.MriK. grading t-rmcin r sat Ji*j 'tU* <W '
J^& SS &feMS^*K.*s
IZ "'K/" 1 -c^tr,,ct!r* Boston Road from
Z ins hali wal k-" on eoncrsto "foundation *ta
rla«-e of pr»^nt walks In Rt. Mary's Parit IROftft
ar<s rr ' parklß « ""rthert/tnd'if-Bt. 18 '°°°
E.jmlnatlng swamp land, and construction"^
Construction of milingW and '•£,£ XiZi small *«»
"SBr&S* '.*?!*■ 'mi'Zmim fountain*: aw
2.000
SALTATION ARMY, PLANS.
Congress to Celebrate 25th Anniver
sary of Work in America.
Thousands of Salvation Army members from »n
parts of the United States, together^tlT^en
t*tlv« of the army from other countries win n^
In this city .his week to celebrate the twenty!
fifth anniversary of the beginning of the IrSTs
work in America. The feature of this con™
« it 1, called, will be the great anniversary TT"'
lr.g at the Hippodrome Sunday evening Lit,,;
opening of the Slum Settlement Building recently
erected by the organization in Cherry «r£ Tfor
the accommodation of wage-earning mothers
Mies Eva Booth, commander of the United States
2S"£ TV?* thC Varl ° U " *»on.tmtlo™ *s£h
will be held during the congress, assisted by Com
missioner Kllbey. formerly of South Africa a^d
now In charge of the Western America territory
Colonel Peart, the chief secretary, and other oil
cers. The proceeds from the meeting at the Hippo
drome will be devoted to the fund for the relief
of the. sufferers from the San Francisco disaster
and from the large .ale of seat*, it is expected that
several thousand dollars will be raise,!. Miss Booth
will deliver an address entitled, "Rags" apr*^ " .
in the costume ct a girl from the slums of I on
don. For many years Miss Booth was in charge
of on* of the army, cr.rp* in one of the most
noisome of the slums in that city.
The programme for the congress was announced
yesterday as follows: '"ouncea
LT£k>' m p~£'*^Si. mm ~~ t £* Mby th. commander.
: Hall. Xo. P irou r >5 P uu, «!£J' Q ?, n «*Unr. Memorial
«*•*• of otiienT itii-^r y 010n ' 1 Fwt *»<! bun
tori and BrttSTSr i\« *'" Miles, cilf-
Cieo a»t won.ea cadeu *"««Mig. ueetber with
CONEY CROWDS ABUSED.
Trains Did Not Go Through, as
Advertised— Fights.
Two hundred thousand people, the police esti
mated, went to Coney Island yesterday. Most
of them had to endure what were probably the
worst transit facilities ever offered to Coney
Island visitors. The Brooklyn Rapid Transit
had announced that the West End trains would
run through to the island. When the passengers
reached Ulmer Park they were informed that
the trains would go no further, and that a
change would have to be made to the surface
can.
These were running on a ten minute headway
and at Ulmer Park were already Jammed. Those
who attempted to board them were pushed off
by the already indignant passengers. Some re
turned to the city, while others rode back to
36th street and boarded Culver or Sea Beach
express trains, which seemed incapable of carry
ing another passenger. At 36th street, too, traf
fic became congested, and five or six trains of
five cars each wore strung along the road.
After the first shower of the afternoon the
multitude at the island tried to reach the trains
to get out of the rain, but they found conditions
even worse. Men and women fought to get aboard
the trains. There were many ruined hats and
gowns and broken umbrellas. Angelo N. Cro
zius, of West Ist street and Sheepshead Bay
Road, in attempting to board the rear end of a
Brighton Beach train at Park Place and the
Ocean Parkway, missed his footing and was
thrown violently to the street. Dr. Rayner
found he had a fractured skull and internal in
juries and said he would not live.
Surf avenue and the Bowery were black with
the moving throng, and on the former thorough
fare progress was difficult. The trolley cars and
the autos were go tangled up that for more than
an hour the ears were delayed. A special traffic
squad is promised for next Sunday, which will
help to relieve the congestion.
Luna Park was again open for the day, and
here numbers sought shelter from the rain.
Dreamland is beginning to assume its summer
aspect and work is going on rapidly night and
day in order to be ready for the opening. Sat
urday, May 19. Steepleschase Park, the dance
halls and the moving picture resorts were well
patronized by the crowds.
AGAIN URGE B. R. T. LOOP.
Broadway Board of Trade Members
Want Bridges Connected,
Leaders in the Broadway Board of Trade of
Brooklyn, one of the strongest civic organizations
in the borough, are determined to revive Interest
In the project to connect the three bridges over the
East River by an elevated loop in Manhattan. They
believe that this plan is the only feasible one for
giving Brooklyn adequate transportation facilities
to Manhattan <n the immediate future.
The proposition of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Company to operate such a loop connection, al
though allowed to drop out of sight for a time, will
now be advocated with renewed vigor. Champions
of this plan say that while all other plans look good
on paper, this one gives promise of early realization
if It receives such support as it ought to receive
from the public. Nathaniel H. I^evi, president of
the Broadway Board of Trade, said recently:
This plan offers the only solution of the problem
which gives us the present disgraceful conditions
at the Manhattan ends of both the Brooklyn and
Williamßburg bridges. Every argument favors the
adoption and construction of this elevated loop, and
no other plan should he considered for a moment.
The building of an elevated structure is very much
more speedy and more practicable, while exactly
the same result would be achieved as would be ob
tained by a subway.
According to O. F. Nichols, consulting engineer
to the Bridge Commissioner, a subway connection
for the bridges is impracticable; besides, the Brook
lyn Rapid Transit Company is not equipped to
operate a subway connection, and if any other com
pany were to operate it it would mean a change of
cars and double fare. It would be entirely un
reasonable and unwise to compel the company to go
to the tremendous expense necessitated In making
its equipment suitable for a subway if that were
possible.
People seem to believe that because this loop
plan would benefit the Brooklyn Rapid Transit it
must be opposed. I ci m that while it may benefit
the Brooklyn Rapid Transit, it will benefit the
people of Brooklyn at least ten times as much.
it seems to us here that Brooklyn Is entitled to
some consideration by Manhattan" In this matter.
This loop, which can be built in ten months or a
year at most, will make it possible for Brooklynites
to secure a good elevated express service in the
Interim which is sure to elapse until a compre
hensive system of subway is established.
Mr. Le\'l said he could count upon the support of
every prominent man in the organization.
Richard Goodwin, a member of the board and also
of the Twenty-eighth Ward Board of Trad*, in
dorsed the arguments of Mr. Lev!, and pointed out
that to persons living in East Williamsburg such a
loop would me th ? saving of nearly half the time
required for lie trip to the downtown section of
«««t ii fi n- "If s^- ld that there was a strong senti
ment in theSth ward board in favor of reawaken
h£ri -"mm, ' « Plan, but that officially the
othr? «Titi -t rat . If>r bJock its succ s by advocating
Vhp ;«n £ m *' Jealousy among leading members of
diftV™,.. ? i S " ascribed as the reason for some
difference in their attitude on this matter.
WOMAN PAYS FOR BREACH OF PROMISE.
IB;- Telegraph to The Tribune ]
New Orleans, May 6.-A. W. Bell, twenty-five
years old received damages yesterday from a
woman of the same age ln a breach of promise
suit at Donaldsonville, La. He charged that the
woman postponed the wedding from time to time
ror two years and finally broke the engagement.
A large amount of property which he turned over
to her was returned to him by the court.
NEW CHOIR AT CALVARY CHURCH.
The new musical policy of the Calvary Baptist
Church, at 57th street and Broadway, was begun
yesterday with the introduction of a specially
trained and vested choir of a hundred voices, un
der the leadership of the church's new organist.
Edward Morris Bowman. At the .lose of the
2S?iSf ll ce i rv £V the m " mbers of the church con
gratijlated both the pastor, the Rev. Dr. Robert S.
Mac-Arthur and Mr. Bowman on the new departure.
CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING.
Surrounded by their eight sons and daughters and
numerous grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mayer,
of No. 168 East 111 th street, celebrated their golden
wedding last evening at their home. Mr. and Mrs.
Mayor, who are respectively seventy-seven and sev
enty-two years' old. were as young, in spirit at
least, as any of the two hundred guests, relatives
an<3 friends who were present last night nn'J show
ered them with their congratulations. A ■•eremony
somewhat in the nature of a second wedding was
performed by the Rev. Joseph Bllverman. Mr.
Mayer is a retired merchant.
TAKES VEIL AS A NOVICE.
Miss Katherlne O'Conor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel J. O'Conor and niece of the Rev. J. F. X.
O'Conor. received the veil as a novice of the Sacred
Heart at Kenmore, Albany, yesterday nt 9 o'clock.
Th« ceremony was conducted by the uncle of the
novice, the Rev. J. F. X. O'Conor, professor of
philosophy at Fordham University, who gave
the veil, said the mass and preached the sermon
Among- the near relatives of the novice there are
a bishop, a Jesuit and fourteen nuns of the Sacred
Heart of the families of Lake and Keller including
Mme. Keller, former Mother Superior at the 17th
a^en^riCn 3 ° V °" Or ' "° W ««'«XI
WEDDINGS TO COME.
IBv TVlwaph to Tha Tribune 1
Cumberland. Md.. May 6. -Miss Elizabeth Davis
niece of ex-Senator Henry G. Davis, will be mar
ried at St. Thomas's Episcopal church. New Tork
May 19, to John K. Berry. Miss Katherine Rlklns'
daughter of Senator Elkins. will be maid of hr.no/
and William T. Berry. Nashville, brother of the
bridegroom, will be best man.
The engagement Is announced of Milt Frances
Randall Mcllvaine, of Philadelphia, daughter of the
toms.* 1 !?! 1 !? N : Mcllvalne - flml En »^ Roger Wlll-
IBy Telegraph to The Tribune]
n nn^ tO £', May «— Announcement Is made of the
SSL %£?!• den^ K llot> of Harvard - and * he r«v
Aub U rn.Me ele * r *P h to The Tribune i
$£££ of Pate«on. N. J.. will uu* place on
yKW-YOUK DATU TRIBrXTv. MONDAY. MAY 7. lHOfi.
ARMY A XI) XAJ'V.
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■ I From The Tribune Bureau.]
'. - '. Washington. May 6.
KOEHL.ER LACKED TACT.— War Depart
ment has received the -record in the court martial
case of Captain L. M. Koehlrr, 4th Cavalry, who
la on duty in the ' Philiif&lnes. < and who got into
trouble by making. baseless charges against Major
H. I>. Scott, the cavalry officer who has been dis
tinguishing himself at Jolo, who made a fine rec
ord in Cuba and who , was one of the old Indian
fighters. Captain Koehler appears from the record
to have been lacking in tact and to have produced
a disturbance in the garrison where he was sta
tioned. He was sentenced to be reprimanded by
the reviewing authority, who chanced in this case
to.be General T. H. Bliss, who regarded the sen
tence as altogether inadequate. General Bliss
added:- "The evidence shows that Captain Koehler
has been guilty. of conduct which indicates that he
is seriously wanting In those clean-cut and well
defined conceptions of a soldier's duty which should
bo found in every officer of the army; that his con
ception of the standards of conduct and upright
ness as they exist In the army are distorted to a
degree not found In the just and fair minded. In
administering the reprimand the reviewing author
ity would remind Captain Koehler that he should
cultivate those habits of true soldierly subordina
tion which the evidence in this case shows him to
lack."
MUST WAIT FOR CONGRESS. -The Attorney
General has rendered an opinion to the Secretary
of War in the case of the Hudson Highlands Bridge
& Railway Company in the matter of alterations
required in its bridge across the Hudson River.
The case has been pending for a long time, and
involves an important point. Th^ bridge, when
first built, wa» erected before the enactment of the
law authorizing fedotal control of such structures,
and the company clairrs that alterations made In
the bridge are still exempt from federal supervi
sion. Ey virtue of the opinion of the Attorney Gen
eral, the War Department must approve the plans
of any changes contemplated in the structure. The
Attorney General says:
The question of the right of the company to con
struct a bridge without the express authority of
Congress, which may have existed prior to the pas
sage of the act of 1899. has been conclusively settled
by that act. The failure of Congress to anticipate
from the provisions of the act cases like this, which
It had been held were excepted from the act of
1890, is controlling as to the intent of Congress. 1
therefore advise you that you are not authorized
to act upon the application of petitioner to proceed
with the construction of the bridge until the con
sent of Congress to the building of the bridge Is
first obtained.
COALING AT SEA.— American Inventors of a
system of coaling at sea are desirous of having
their methods tested on board one of the colliers
attached to the Atlantic fleet after the manner of
experiments contemplated with an English system
which has met with much approval abroad. The
question of coaling at sea is coming to be regarded
as an important factor in the maintenance of fleet
efficiency. If a method can be devised for replen
ishing coal bunkers of ships of war when] they are
absent from port an important service will be ren
dered to the navy. One of the devices which Is to
be tried contemplates the use of water spurting
from pipes in such a way as to enable coaling to be
done between ships side by side, the water being of
such volume and force as to act as a buffer and the
collier and the coaling ship being kept together by
hawsers. This Is a brand new idea, and much inter
est is taken in the proposition, as it does away with
the long tow line and the requirement that the
collier and the coaling vessel shall both be moving.
No system of coaling at sea will be adopted by the
navy until after a thorough trial of several
methods.
"WHITE RIBBON" WOMAN 100 TO-DAY.
Hiss Carolina Brown Said To Be Oldest
Member of the W. C. T. TJ.
Derby, May 6 (Special).— Miss Caroline Brown will
celebrate her 100 th birthday to-morrow at the homo
of her grandniece. Mrs. William F. Maine, of Wind
ham Centre. Until two months ago Miss Brown
retained possession of all her faculties almost un
impaired. Since then her sight has failed rapidly
and her hearing now is nearly gone.
Miss Brown was born at Lisbon. Conn., May 7,
1806. For seventy-five years she was a member of
the First Baptist Church of Paekersvllle. In this
church Prudence Crandall In slavery days sought
and found shelter from persecution and taught
negro children when other churches closed their
doors against her. Miss Brown was one of the
original crusaders of the Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union of America, and is said to be the
oldest living "White Rlbboner" in the United States.
DIVORCE DECREES HELD UP.
Connecticut Judge Feels They Might . Be
Void "Under Supreme Court Decision.
New Haven, May 6 (Special).— Judge Gager, of the
Superior Court, has recently held up two divorce
petitions because of the probability that they oam«
under the Haddock agt. Haddock decision of the
United States Supreme Court. He has Just decided
to withhold decision on the Tncker divorce suit in
Falrneld County on the ground that it might come
under that finding. He says: I
I have a number of cases like this that I haven't
decided. If I granted the plaintiff a divorce he
might find that as soon as he stepped Into New
York State that the decree would be void. Ques
tions might also arise if the wife tried to murry
again if tho divorce was only to be recognize.l in
Connecticut.
SHOT FOR REFUSING DRINK.
Saloonkeeper Fatally Wounded by Man Just
Out of Jail.
George Spatz. a saloonkeeper at No. 475 Marcy
avenue. Williarnsburg. was shot yesterday by John
Wenzel. an ex-convict, who was released last
Friday from the Kings County Penitentiary.
Weasel's family Is very respectable and lives in
the upper Bushwlck section of Brooklyn. A year
ago he was convicted for robbing a < igar store and
was committed to the penitentiary for one y«;:r.
About 10 o'clock yesterday morning lie went into
Spatz's saloon with M>< hael Donley, of Lafayette
and Marcy avenues. Wenzel demanded a drink, to
Which Spatz replied that he didn't want Wenxel to
come into Ms pia.ee. This angered Wensel, who
drew a revolver and shot three tinieH at Bpatz. He
didn't stop shooting until Spatz fell to the floor.
Then he ran out or tlie place with his companion,
and both made their esrap<-.
Bi>atz was tnken in a dying condition to the East
ern District Hospital. The police sent out a gen
eral alarm for Wenzel.
LARGEST FACTORY IN THE WORLD.
[By TeicKraph. to The Tribune.]
Pittsburg. May The American Bridge Com
pany urn about to erect the largest factory build
ing in 1 the world at McKeesport. Perm. The cost
will be $2,000,000.
TEACHINGS FROM THE ROOF.
I By Telegraph to The. Tribune. l
York. Perm.. May 6.— From the roof of his home
on West King street, this city, the Rev. Jacob
Kurtz, the. "House-top Evangelist," discoursed for
more than an hour on the lessons learned at the
Torrey- Alexander meetings at Philadelphia, to an
audience of about eight hundred persona. The
Rev. Mr. Kurt*, who spent the winter in Phila
delphia attending the Alexander meetings,
has recently returned for the purpose of making
preparations for a tour of the West. The evan
gelist has purchased an uutomoblle in which lie
Intends to take a trip through the Western states,
covering a distance; of about one thousand miles.
TO DEDICATE HEBREW SCHOOL.
The Hebrew Technical School for Girls, at ISth
street and Second avenue, is completed, and will
be dedicated to-night. Charles K. Hughes, Nicho
las Murray Butler, president of Columbia Univer
sity; Dr. Henry M. L*lpx!ger and Justice Levrn
tritt will make addresses. Ex-President and Mrs.
Cleveland were present last year at the laying of
the cornerstone of this building. "
AUTOMOBILE BUMPS DOG CART.
An automobile, driven by Henry Johnson col
ored, of No. 334 West 53d street, ran Into a dog
cart. In which Mrs. Memorla E. Whltesell of No
400 West »th atreet, and her son William! twelve
years old, were riding in Fifth avenue between
fern and 104 th streets, last night. The boy was
thrown to the pavement and badly bruised mi
mother received a severe shock. Johnson wan held
on a charge of reckless driving. * Id
TRIBUNE BOWLERS THIRD.
The Tribune Bowling Club, which won the cham
pionship in the morning newspaper, tournament
four years In succession, finished third last FYldiiv
at the completion of Sheldv's three-m™ .„
ment. Company E. 71st R«"glment!^Jai ". l ? urn *-
the Arctic Bowling Club seaond. flrßt * and
Or. Sheffield s
Anti-Septic
Creme
THE. : ORIGINAL TOOTH PiSTE.
Used by the Elite of
the World Since ISSO.
Try Dr. Sbrflield'*
Tooth Powder. Pot
up e*>Dve •Ie ■1 1 y
for Tear let
SOLD EVERYWHERE.
INDICTS FOR LAND FJL HI)
Oregon Grand Jury Finds Bills
Agaimt Twenty-one Men.
Portland. Ore.. May «.— Late last night United
Stites District Attorney W. C. Bristol made public
the names of twenty-one persons against whom a
government land fraud indictment was returned by
a federal grand jury which ended Its hearings to
day and was discharged.
The indictment, which charges conspiracy to se
cure aoo.Otx) acres of fine timber land in Crook, Lake
and Klamath counties. Ore., names the following
subjects:
F. W. Gllchrist. Ralph Gilehrlst, Patrick CuHl
fan and James McPherson. Alpena. Mich.; H. «.
ton*-. Benson. Mich.: Baron C. A. M. Q. 8. Schlier
holz. Little Rock. Ark.: Judge M. E. Brink, Charles
M. Elkins and Jack Combs. Prlnevllle. Ore.; I>. F.
Steffa. Editor of "The Crook County Journal, of
Prlntn-ille; B. F. Allen. A. C. Palmer. H. J. Palmer,
T. H. Watkins and E. M. White. Portland. Ore.;
E. I>orcK«n, F. J. Devine and F. J. Collins. Mal
om McAipin. Albany. Ore.: J. W. Hopkins. Van
couver. Wash., and W. W. Brown. Seattle.
If the allegations of the indictment are true the
mode of operations was similar to those of nearly
all the conspiracies which have been found in this
state.
HAT CALL OFF GREAT LAKES STRIKE
Longshoremen's Leader Expected to Break
with Hates' Union.
Cleveland, May 6.— It is expected here to-night
that the strike of the longshoremen on the Great
Lakes will be called off within a few days.
President Keefe of the longshoremen Is expect
ed here from Detroit to-morrow for a confer
ence with President Bush of the Mates'. Union.
Keefe, it is said, was deceived as to the strength
of the mates, for whom he ordered out his own
men. and to-morrow he will, it is believed, not only
take steps toward ending the strike, but sever all
relations with the Mates' Union.
The Northern King and the Tionesta, two of the
biggest boats on the lakes, were relieved of their
cargoes and were reloaded here to-day by non
union men. who for the most part came from the
steel mills of this city.
HABINE INTELLIGENCE
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Sunrise 4 :.*.4 i Sunset 7:01; Moon «ets 4:32, Moon's as* 14
HIGH WATER.
A.M.— Hook 6:211G0v. Island *:42!HeU Oat* 8:19
P.M.— Hook 6:47 [Gov. Island 7:11 1 Hell Gat* 8:04
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel. From. Use.
•Astoria Glasgow, April 23 Anchor
La Oascorne Havre. April 28 .....French
•Kroonland.. Antwerp, April 28... Bed Star
•Potsdam Rotterdam. April 23. ..H011and- Am
•Lomhardla Genoa, April 25 Italian
•Philadelphia San Juan. Miv 2 Red D
Minnetonka London. April 28 Atlantic Trans
Cevlc Liverpool, April 27 White. Star
Proteus New Orleans, May 1 Morsaa
Rlo«rand* Mobile, May 1 ~ Mailory
Cl Die Galveaton. May 1 Morsui
City of Columbus Savannah. May 4 Savannah
TUESDAY. MAT 8.
*X. \Tllhelm d«r G Bremen. May 1 x c Lloyd
Italia KaplM. April 23 Italian
D*nv«r Galveston. Mar 2 Mallory
El Cld Galveston. Mar 2 Morgan
Rio Grande Mobile. May 1 Mallory
WEDNESDAY. MAT 9.
*Ma]e»tlr Liverpool. May 2... White Star
•Alllanca Colon. May 3 Panama
Prtnzess Irene Naples. April 27 N O Lloyd
•Brings mail.
OUTGOING STEAMERS
TO-DAY.
Vestal
Vet sel For. Line. Mall closes. sails.
Princess Anne. Norfolk. Old Dominion 3:00 pm
TUESDAY, MAT 8.
Kronprlns Wilhclm. Bremen. N G L.. 2:3oam 8:00 am
Carman m. Liverpool. Cunard 10:30 am 2:00 m
Rosalind. Newfoundland. Red Cross... 0:30 a m 11 00 a m
Grecian Prince. Argentina, Prince. .. .12:00 m 3:oo pin
Quito. Argentina 12:00 m 3:oopm
Apache. Jacksonville. Clyde 8:00 pin
City of Memphl*. Savannah. Savannah 3:00 pm
Jefferson. Norfolk. Old Dominion 3:oopm
WEDNESDAY. MAT 8.
Baltic. Liverpool. White Star 2:30 a m 8:00 a m
Beatrice. Argentina. Norton 9:ooam 11:90 a m
Altai. Jamaica. llanib-Am »:8O a m 12:00 m
I'rinz >1t Nederlanden. tlaytl, D W 1.. 11 :00 am 1:00pm
Panama, Colon. Panama 11:30 am 8:00pm
Ollnrfa. Nue vitas. Munson 12:00 m 3:00 pm
Peminole. Turk's Island. Clyde 12:30pm 8:00pm
I'roteus. New Orleans. Morgan . 12:00 m
Jamestown. Norfolk. Old Dominion 8:0Opm
Huron, Jacksonville, Clyd*...., . 8:00pm
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Destination nn<! steamer. Close IB N. T.
Philippines, also specially addressed mall
for Japan. Corea and China— Lyra (via
Seattle) May 9. 6:00 pm
Japan. Core*. i"hlna and Philippines—
Slilnann Main |vl» Seattle) May 10 6 00pm
Japan. Corea pncl China (specially ad
dressed only) — Ke*tr.un : ■ May 11 600pm
Hawaii. Japan. Corfta. china and Philip
pines—Doric (via San Francisco) May 13. 12:30 a m
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New York, Sunday, May 6, 1906.
. ARRIVED.
Steamer Amerlka (Gen, Saurrrann. Hamburg April 2«,
Dover and Cherbourg 27, to the Hamburg American
Line, with 606 cabin and 1.873 steerage, passengers, malls
and mdse. Arrived at the B«r at 12:01 a m
Plainer Mnraras («r>. Mlrkby. Trinidad April 28 and
Grenada 29. tn the Trinidad Shipping and Trading Com
pany, with SB < abtn passengers, malls and mdse. Ar
rived nt the. Bar at A n m.
Steamer Santuro*. GrtfUths. Vlequex April 21 Naguaro
22. Humaco 23. Vabacna and Manuabo 'A and Arrows 28.
to the New Aork and Porto Rico 8s Co. with sucar Ar
rived at the Mar at midnight. '
Steamer Parran .Nor.. Norberg. Mansanllto April 26
and t.uantanamo £», to Daniel Bacon, with sugar Ar
rived at the nar pt 7:30 am.
Steamer Taunton iNor>. Son-nsen Porto Cortes 1 *
days, to th* l-laiiter* 1 Ss Co. with 4 passengers and fruit
Arrived at th. Har at 10:30 a m
Stean.er Msnzanlllo (Cuban,, g^jy Tamplco April 26
sn.l Havana May X to James E Ward « Co with two
paoseniters and md.-.-. Arrived at the Bar at 5-25 d m
Steamer Princess Anne. Taplev. Newport New- and
Norfolk, to the OWI Dominion S 8 Co, with passengers and
mdse. I#ft Quarantine at 3:40 pm. v-wrn^rs ana
Sandy Hook. N .1. May 6. »:8O p m— Wind north, light
air; raining and foggy. . .
SAII.Br>.
Steamers Hornby Castle <Br). Montevideo. La Plata,
etc: Chalmette. New Orleans; Retchenrnls (Gar) Savan
nah; Cape Breton iPr>. Ftemantle. Adelaide,' etc- Pita
(Swed). Baracoa; Kqutta dial). Buenos Avres and Ro
sarlo; Manual Calvo (Spant. Cadiz. Barcelona, eto- Men
roe. Norfolk and Newport News.
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Liverpool. v MBy s— Sailed, steamer Armenian (Br), Robert.
Qtteenstown. May 6. 1006 a in-S*i.ed. steamer Vmbrla
lUn. Dow. from Liverpool for New York «■""»"•
Southampton. May «, 11:30 a m— Arrived steamer New
b.'>urg. Robert "' N>W V ° rk Vla *''>«outn «d CherT
Boulogne. May 6-Satled. •teamer Xoordam (Dutch).
■ fatoTwiSht 5h> lert ™ for New York (and *~ •«
Ule B°o f re^ lK NU M^rk >: rrr"sr2m:n" imer **■» mi* yon
Palermo. May 6- Arrived, steamer Pannonla .Br>, ntnl-
New York " vm * for NaplM ' Gibraltar and
TpiliPfP
st abouf 2p m. Monday. • l " «" o '* «> reach DoT«r
The Turf.
RACING AT JAMAICA.
ArPJT, 87 TO MAT 0 IXCr i?«mi»
A WILUAMSBURO HANDICAP
fly» other race*. beglnnlr.B a ""Ml
1: Tralny leave Eaat 34th St. H:io, W ,'i,* ..
1:10. 1^60: Flat»>u«h Aye.. HiO. IJ4I l"od l -ix ,15'
1:48. Trolley. f, om Jamaica dlract to tha track*. *"'
Mt 3?* , CA *f *° T>" TRACK.
... . Tork Tran^portatlea Co..
■Ik ay*. ana 4ltb Ct. Tefcplion. JJSO CcJot^
Amusements.
BERKELEY LYCEUM
I nu \rnr. «<th St.. between Sth and sth A Ma— a
THURSDAY EVE. ..S^V
-BENEFIT FOR
SAN FRANCISCO SUFFERERS.
ROSE I.A TOUR. "SMVnRS" OAKLET
HENRY JBWETT. . < permission. Hippodrome).
MAX MCKOLL. TOPSY SIEOniSt.
HI T.KB * DEMPSET. 7 BESSIE ABOTT.
WALTER DANIELS. /MILT WOOD. ,
ALL A NASIBIOFF. ' PIERCE * OPP.
The Russian Tragedienne; OSBORNE.
FRANK LEIQIITON BASQUE QITARTET.
RASPBERRY SHRUB EEC. by members of th* t:th
Night Club.
"THE ROYAL BALL." by Mr. H*chh*lm*r. with
MISS ASH LET.
ISth Night Club Wll S«rrm Tea.
Seats Selling, Boa Ofiiee. Berkeley Lyceum.
: % • • " — ♦
i CUBIDC'TOUVTIIE. Broadway and *©th St.
! tmiint Eves. «:X5. Mats. Wed and Sat.. 2:IS.
! i>iAl)U£ ADAMS > t &fc£, B yff3.
U lH!" pi] THEATRE. 44th St.. East of Broadway.
riJJOUn Evg*. g.15. Mat*. Wed. and Sat.. 2:15.
LAST • NIGHTS
\VM 11. CRANE kwiOTu-mm
>Vi»l. IJ. V-K» i \l>n: AMERICAN L©TII>.
' May Robert Loraine In "Mm sad Superman."
PQITf fi!fiy ' itEATRK. Broadway and 44th St.
UilllCmU:! Evenings «:15. Mat. Saturday, 15.
LAST « SIGHTS
FRANCIS .W!LSOMA t SSI^e l a»S^
and 'Ilia lAlilo lather a* t*» Wlirai-.
I VrPl IM B-way and 45th St. Eves. 1:15.
■-• ■ wGUm Mats. Thura. and Sat.. 2:15.
gg-STTHE LIOM **» THE MOUSE
Knickerbocker B'way and 3«th 6t. Evening* 1:1*.
F.niCK.cruOCKtir Mat. Sat. U« S Weeks
FRITZI SCHEFF M,;, ! r , .
j ♦ " — »
ACADEMY OF MVSIC. 14th St. and Irvine PI.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLT.
WILTON LACK AYE tWbt
; Prices. St. 59. Tie.. $1. Mats. Wed. * Sat.. 2. Erg. 5:15.
I Nest ' Week -Andrew Mack In T*e Way to Kenmare.
?ST -Mt*» HTTTti SHEATHE. B*way * 13d 8c
SviUlUiwliall Evn. 8:39. Mat. Sat.. 2:20.
Tjia Graatasl . of Gomsij S?cs3SS33
LJiHAfiLgrS. .AMIJLJ
with ETIENNE GIRARDOT.
WEST END. Jsa^SSSSSSZS t S^z A .'
HAMIMEBSTEiN'S 4 »A!«tftft
BILLY B. TAN cod HOSE BEAHiOXT. KICK
& PREVOST, OBNABO * BAILEY, and Other*.
'FRISCO EABTHSUaKE and FIRE
F^ LDS MR. HOPKINsbN
CARNEGIE HALL.
To-morrow Afternoon at 3:30
SEMBRICH
RECITAL
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
CHORUS and ORCHESTRA
METROPOLITAN "OPERA HOUSE
IMces $1, ft niul IS. Bern $1— and CM. Ticket*
at Carnegie Hall and Tyson's. Fifth Avenue Hotel.
Baldwin Piano Used- ; „"~\. ,:
IRViUH PI ~ THEATRE. To-night, Closing of
InTlilU the Season! Last Tim* ANTON C.
KOPEKS' Comic Opera. "NINA."
Rni^Hfl Etjt*. S. Mat. Sat. 2. iTnEGIEIi
DLLAdtjU DATID B2XASCO Prtaents OFX7IE
BLANCHE BATES » ] G s£f :
bijou B" aj IxJS^ i aft fct Mat Sat. 2
" A R F I E L D MUSIC iiASTEB.
'NEW AMSTERDAM" 1
THE SOUSA' -«\4^|pn the FREE
OPERA CO. | C tn»r2? N UNCE
Book and Lyrics by HARRY B. SMITH.
BROADWAY™^ M -%-- £- •*•■
■"»^ JIHBt& VANDERBILT CUP
with Barney OldfUld's Automobile Rac* Scan*.
I IRERTY IH V BA « 42d St.. nr Www. Eva, a : 15.
LI D Z n ! I Last Week. Last Mat. Sat.. 2:11.
fXOBENCK PfiPITDT^ !n " THI! STRENGTH
== fIJDLIUU OF THE WEAK."
WFW YABIf THEATRE. B way and 45th at.
CrtlU nl\ Eti* f -AH. Mats. Wed. and Sat.
PRICES 25c. 50c. 75c It. LAST WEEK.
SAW BERNARD ™ *££<*»«
with •• Funmakers. lnet HATTIE WIIXIAMS.
Mon. — "The Gingerbread Man." Seats Then.
MADISON RQI ARE GARDEN*.
THE SALE OF SEATS AM) BOXES
FOR THE
P. S. GILMORE
Memorial Concert
TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 15th
Seoix THIS MORNING AT 9.
WALTER DAMBO9TH. VICTOR HERBERT
JOUN PHIIJP SOrSA. FRANK DAMUOSCIi.
ORCHESTRA AND BAND OF 1.000.
FAMOUS VOCALISTS AND SOLOISTS.
1.000 VOICES.
. „__ Reserved Seats. 80r.. SI. $1.3* and XS.
TO^SSR^r a MoHT >I AT B ?J? AT D *™<>™<™
fit. WrRrR'Q ! Flnrt Time TO-NIGHT. N*w Bur
wU_ Tit UlnH i lesque. "THE JAYS." and THE
MrSIC HA IX. ' MQI AW MAN GIRL Or THE
GOLDEN WEST, preceded by TWIDDI^-TWA DDLB.
MAJESTIC OR^MaV. IR w^=^MV^
•™™E HOPPER IE HAPPYLAMD
CASINO *•*■» •■*»». Ev «* at 8:13,
,£ft~Jt* v » ts - Thurs. and Sat.
THE SOCIAL WHIR.L
PPIWnrCJi B'way * mth St. Evs. S:ls. $1 Mat*.
rninllLWU To-mor. and Thurs. Reg. Mat. Sat.
BROWN IIP HIRVARII •«« hexry
I-YRM', 42d Bt..W. of B'wav. Evs.Slo Only Mat Sat
A!ii»yt.U UAI.I (at 9 o'clock), preceded by
•now UK ijcd to ncie iicnWd."
I COLONIAL vesta Tiixnv. miutarv oc
uU\,yf?lML TETTE. Ed. F. heynanl. Shean &
B'wsy * Warren. Fred Ray * Co.. Wolpert
Dally Mat*. rSe. Trio. Hney A Lee, and Others.
aiIIAMBHA. MAROARFT TTVCnnnT.KT &
A:thare..l!«thst. CO.. YE COLONIAL BKPTKTTE
Mats. Dally. tic Merisn's Dogs. 4 Fords, etc.
{ypj^rv^a Ev " «:15. Mats. Tues.. Thura. and Sat.
;^Sf.;tlJ| Jl Wm. J. Kelly Stock Co. I Pop.
' hi fc» hqusV »n •Sowlaa- the Wind." | Price*.
I ADVERTISING n«DsigSAT-|i
I snow J M?!- 10 *! 1 1
I MADISON ttQ <iAKOEX. Aft ahd Evg. Adm. — a. 3
rail/ \rt| r
One pair Corliss Engines, built by
Wm. A. Harris Steam Engine
Co., size 14x36, in good condi
tion.
1 Compound Duplex Worthington
Pump, 14 and 20x12x15.
1 Simple Duplex Worthington Pump
18^x12x10.
1 Steam Freight Elevator, Whtttier
Machine type.
2 Crane Hydraulic Elevators, hor
izontal type
1 50 K. W. Ames Engine and Gen
eral Electric Dynamo.
Address
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE OFFICE
Zmztsem.nU.
CARNEGIE HALL 7^"
TO-NIGHT- BA,£'8 A ,£'
■ GRAND CONCERT '
: .IK AID Or THE
CALIFORNIA
.'•SUFFERERS
AN IMMENSE PKOGRAMMF
w'fili^^r-"*-^" who ba,.
M f,l A A M E 3
. RAPHAEL JOSEFFV"
OAVID BISP haY ° P0 * E-L
(will cor.«uct Pymphonie Orefclltra 1?- E R ''•
HIPPODROME
\wqiETir'cilßcis
THE FtAwiTsf^HosS&
Evening, at »■ Da» y Matinees «t
Thssspssa A Dugiilj'a Bmy-
LUNA °f! EXS
& PLzX,. MAY 12
*»— •— SEW rEATTREA TBlft TSAR.
MOTOR IaIS
- 1 — — : — ■ - g^ p
Theatre, Shopping, Sight 5« - « i
Races and Suburban "fasiiniT
hEW m TRUSrUTITIHI^ •
li«fcliX Ave««e m*J 491k Strati ''
Telephone 2380 Columbus.
"Greatest Automobile livery — »ihllahi*j»ssi t.
th* world." - • |
Wrtt. for Illustrated booklet. gtrtag nt t*
' ' r - ■ - ■i - I CMC. MY9TKfiSia^^^^^
Meetings.
XEW YORK INSTITUTION FOR THB ft
STRrCTIOX OF THE DEAF AND DCm._V™
York. Jlay 7. ICo6.— Notlc is hereby given that e- »a£S
me.tinr of th. member* and the election «■ «JssTsss
<«rs«or* will be held at the Institution at WsttieZ
Helzhta. on Tuesday afternoon. May 35. 1908. at ?3tte?
The Battalion will be reviewed and Inspected bV^
MaJ. Gen. George Moore Pmlth X. CsfS &-
Carriage* will be at th. station of th* Subway a»
Hundred and Flfty-^venth street and Broidway SI
12:30 until 2 o'clock to convey member* to th* grass*)*
th. Institution. L»aeh«on from 1 until S o'elocki^ T
THATCTIER M. ADAMs! eecr*»i
PubKc Notices.
gUPREME COURT. APPELLATE DIVISION
of tJ?ILSP^? -7"SJ Bl# »att«r of th. snlkstka
POrtatlon of person, and property, as determinad bVths
Board, ought to be constructed and operat*d. JerotM
Avenue Subway. Public notice Is h^by^ivw thstlS
suant to th. provisions of chapter 4 of the LawTeflSL
as amended, th. ucderslirned Board of Rapid &£*
Railroad Cbmnjissioners will apply to the AaSoMtL
Division of th* Suprem* Court of the State of JtSTtS
for the First Judicial Department, at a :erm tHerwrf »
b* hell at the Appellate Division Court House M^fS
Avenu* aad 23th Street. Borough of Manhattaa. City *t
New Tork. on th* 28th day of May. 190*. at llrejaei t
tit* afternoon of that day. or a* soon thereafter as coos
sel can be heard, for th. appointment of tars, coantu*.
■toners tn the above entitled matter to dcteißlc* *■
report, after due hearing;, whether a railway or railwayt
In said city for th. transportation of persons and prop
erty, ought to be constructed and operated. Tie papen
upon which the aforesaid application will b» mad* sj»
the petition of the said Board dated th» ]*t!i day *f
April. 1909, and th. affidavits and papers accompaarSJS)
th. same, all of which wer. filed tn the office of the Cluft
of said Appellate Division on or about the 30th day of
April, 1806. and in addition thereto such other pasts)**
•hall be presented to the court by the said Boar
A description of the mute and general plan of cogsfeCiV
tlon of th* said railway or railways forms part of th*
papers filed a* aforesaid with the said Clerk of t: •
Appellate Division. The following is a brief sad .• ■-
stanttal synopsis of th* said rout* In th* County of ; •■•
Tork: Th* line here proposed consists of a four tils*
subway running through Jerome Avenue from about ISMS
Street near It* southerly end. to the Junction with V.'c ■•' •
lawn Road opposite 'Woodlawn Cemetery. From *s
southerly end of this line two connections are yra*M*i
with railways In Manhattan. The first is a three tnffc
connection leading to th. bridge over the Harlem T.'.-
fc^itmr^rc to th. Putnam Division of the Now Tork •"As
tral & Hudson River Railroad Company. Tfte other a r«<>
track subway passing und>r the Harlem Rr*er to a potsj
la aßghth Avenue near lS4th Street. so as to camact wits
a subway to be h*rejmft*r constructed under tsat svena*
A third spur is planned to connect with ISM 8li*»l near
Cromwell Avenue, so as to afforci a means of jUantlsj
with the proposed Lexington Avenue sraSway s* proposes
by this Board. The object of th* aforesaid appHcatieasfc
to obtain th* appointment of commissioners was ***»
determine. after public hearing of all parties h>*lSj
whether such railway or railways ought to be eosssSM
and operated, and shall report the evidence taieat»»|»
Appellate Division, together with a report of tWr 4>y
termination, which report, If In favor of the cuasi
and operation of such railway or railway* <ss tws Msw
will ask tha* It shall be> shall, when connrned » tjM
Court be taken In lieu of the consent of the tSSJSW
ewner* alone; th. line of said railway or railways.
BOARD OF RAPID TRANSIT RAII^OA© COSS3-
SIOXERS FOR THE < ITY OF NEg,!-^
\ B>- ALEXANDER E ORR >«*■»*■>
BION L. BCRR>"»vV!B. Becretaa?.
(SUPREME COURT. APPELLATE DIVISION ]
FIRST DEPARTMENT t*e matter of th? >■*•
cation of the Board of Rapid Transit t Railroad <*■■»
slonera for the City of New York for »"jJ» 8 55E r %
tfcr** Commissioners to determine and reportwam-^ |
rapid transit railway or railways tor th. OB^S^»Z t
transportation of persons and property a***--— M
th* Board, ought to be constructed and op«r«aa
WHITE PLAINS ROAD ROUTE . c , ' .
Public notice is hereby given that P"*"" 8 *ȣ.
visions of Chapt-r 4 of th» -* '_l f \ i-^sScsmv
th- undersigned Board of Rapid Tra= " '£^-
mlssloners will sprlv to the VM *J*'J*%!\£
Supreme Court of th. State of -V^^-J^igJS
Judicial Department, at a term thereof ( wb» J6«^-^j
Acpellats Division Court House. S^fSa !
25tVstr««t. Borou«h of Manhattan. City <rf ™^S
tb« 23th day of May. 190*. at 1 o-clocs: te tt« -«^J
ct that day. or as soon thereafter •»'? 2 £!fi^ l oiSr S !
for th» appointment of three commta»towwj aot^j
ent'tled matter to determine and reoert arl*r«w —
whether a railway or railway!. In said l f^^f-S^S
portatton of p«rson» and property 1 2f£53»«£
and operated. The papers upon which O» < ?SSfts
plication will be made tr# th* petition tS33
dated th# 16th day of April. 190* •^•^L'F*!?, c.l
pap-r« accompanylnic th. sane jnrf"^-^-
In the offlc* of the Clerk of saM *^^*3gZ£i£?*>
about the 20th day of April. I** *»« £j~g£t*im
such other paper* a* shall b. present*! to »*• CWH , «F.
said Board. . „ .... -.<-« «f pa-
A description of the, n>ut« and ge» ru 4 £S *<5* •«
•tmrtlon of th. said railway or kk r * t^3/ I JE*'T ti*
the papers filed as aforesaid with th. •»»J*J^ - a*.
Appellate Dirlsion. The fol!ow!n|t ,J" t J* rSStjraf Si*
stant-al synopsis of the said route tettj '^SoaV^"'
York: Thi. rout* is practically an n^ l " 11^r-/»Iss
rapM traru.it elevated viaduct. It Is *?J?2kl>M\. ssl
street and West Farms Road. »*•*«» jSsiil* «• J
then.-, a three track .lerated _» tru ,S!^.T-£SMS mp» I
alone West Farms Road. Morris ry*.WfgJ^ wt I
Plain-. Road, to Its Intersection waß»^ 4^^ ■» I
The object of the aforesaid WPMeaOaa *L£=SMr*S<' I
appointment ft commissioner* why 2-i whsßSr is) I
ptibUc k^rln* of all parties int*r**te» »»— -^^ |
railway or railways ought to b* c«~~-to" TZLj/jjiW*
and shall report the evidence Ukea £ESs**>
vision, together with a report «"J^j^ | <«•*
which report. If In favor of the ""^jfSLJfWsil
tion of such railway or railways ' s * J > r^y«>s«AJ»
that It shall be., shall, when conflrn^ar •■». £Z*
taken in lieu of the consent of the propsnx "— ■■
the. line of said railway or 'ejrwjjy*' . »
Dated. New York. April 23. 1908l _„,.,> Co3C cs ' I
boaro or n.\PIT> TItXNSIT RAnjJOAww"— - »
SIONEUSFORTHSCTrr^^T^^^ |
BIOS U f—P^^p^
Proposals. _-*
pOCK ISLAND ARSENAL. BOCK EW^; 1
*" 111. May 3. -Sealed J***&J&~vil *•
upon the blank form* furnish^ b> r tSto **£?*■. V*»
reoelved by th» undersigned ur.tu - ocioc» L» SS*
day. June a. 190*. for furnl»h»»« a*"—-'. 'LT|— »- ■»
livn. clean! materials, oil*. li*^ x b^T^-' ££
terlale for heating »ad lighting. ™^^„j|it
tec the fiscal year ending Jans *>. iSO- J^T Cs^
ntvhed on application Ueut. CoL &E. »^*_ — __»--
v\t:st point, n. t.. MAY 7
* ' propolis, In triplicate. wIU b* TV?*
13 M. June T. MCO. for •«f»W=*!^ «»«« ** *• r^
Academy with Fue?. Ga» Coal. Im CC.SrI. r I
quired during the fiscal year ended June ,r'lii«i:. *r m
serve* right to reject or accept *»y or *« "^3s«JE*
iart thereof. information furnlshea Jr*^»Sfa n * '
Envelope* containing proposals • £ I1"lI 1 "l. B V«j. *>
poaals for ." addressed to JJ M- —^Tv?
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. J™f,, <J»
* ton. D. C. February \%. M^-Jg*!! SfS&B,
patent*** or their assignee* for the sal* « "g*J»«2
device* intend^ to effect the _7_~,, W^fl
moving Warn*, will b. received at «M*JU<S ' ifijg
pr«pot*l9 nron b. mad* to ■««*?* l ?fJ^«S
tt«STwb!«h «*» b» ofcS^ I jS m »TcLTOCr Vt*--*'*
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