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TVifcft Companiet.
Ewcntor Trustee
CHiartered 1821
The Fanners' Loan and Trust Company,
Nos. 16, 18, 20 &22 William Street,
Branch, 475 Fifth Avenue,
New York.
Administrator Guardian
Title Guarantee
and Trust Company.
Receives deposits subject
to check or on certificate.
Interest allowed at best
permissible rate.
Performs all the functions
of a Trust Company.
THtb its extensiTß equipment, its
Urge resources, its wide ranee of ex
perience and activities. it is able to
((r -e Its clients in more ways ana with
greater thoroughness than any other
similar institution.
Fisacce Committee in charge of Bank
ing interests) :
c S. KclasT. Charles A. Pesbody.
CB- pr«M*st. Jacob H.S«bi2.
v t B^dfcrd. Jsmes Pp*yer.
___ L. KsrstwL Biward O. Stanley,
V-Isff H. ViPhel*. Se««o<1 Tlr*-Pr»sid»»t.
lave* H. Ol'nfcset. Mc'r Bsnkltr Dep't.
TiTIE GUARANTEE
AND TRUST C 9
Capital & Surplus. - $11,000,000
ITG Broadway, ?f*— ' York.
175 R«isaen Street. Brooklyn.
850 Pulton Street. Jamaica.
Brooklyn Bankinr D"pt.. 185 Moots— c St.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
THE HOLLAND,
66 AND 68 WEST 46TH ST.
T-rst class apartments of two to four room*
ejiflt»:r turn—bed or unfurnished, to bachelors.
Mrs. J. DALE,
cf Ie Olde Greenwich Inn, Sound Beach.
r»fTP.AL FARK VIEW. S6ta St. and Central Park
\j West Elegant Housekeeping Apartments. Rents.
£.(0u to H.Ohm; supt. on Premis**.
Country Property for Sale.
iITEETCHESTER COUNT!- -FOR 6ALE— At Onsinlng.
\\ «vf-ai very fi=e residences; modem in every par
wir :;7 views; good location. THOMAS LEARY,
fftwiz st^Qsjcnlng, X. T.
FIXE 11 ROOM HOUSE. Northern New Jerseys plot
\ i0t0145- aU cliy tewwaana; \-ame $10,000; will
US-let WRIGHT. =2 Broadway. (
"TVIR F^'.E- An S«"r Investment In real estate In
!-.».,■ i. • N. J.: owner must cell at once. For
ptrtlcuiaVs address Lock Box M. Port Jervls. N. Y.
fKaLET iOD and vicinity. Real estate agency. H.
£j TTEATHERBT i: CO.. Enflewood. N. J.
K£\V LAW OF STRAIN.
Government Scientists Completing
Valuable Research Work.
[From The Tribune Bureau.]
Vaefcington. Oct. New facts In physics hay«
jus ascertained, which will lead eventually to dls-
Wtry °*" tiie true law of «l**ticltr. axcordins to
Jisicicurscerritnt c: extraordinary scientific Inters
Mta&te by government experts. They have been
fc£z2zg tests of a remarkable character with
rttj ua steel tapMi stretched In the Interior of
PI wwattagton Monument, from the top to the
i&M d the 111 lit III—, a clear but protected drop
U 23 leot, unobtainable elsewhere.
: Jj U.e result of t:.e Investigation In testing the
I^Hldty cf the wires, which Is the most elabo
t»t* of la kind ever undertaken, the American
Maadtts, who are men of reputation as chemical
|Bd physical research experts in the United States
Eeelogic&l Survey, now believe they have obtained
1 6«2site form which will be of Immense value to
tie tarineerlr.g world. Little hae been known
lira the nature of U.o experimenre conducted In
-tie acaament, ..use of tLe reticence mainudned
tr tie .n. ....- who bad them In charge, and few
rere aware even that wires were hung In the
WMtu&gion obelisk, where their variations in clao
tclty uere being carefully observed from day to
W. Tie testa were begun two years ago, with
ht permission of the "War Department to us» the
HMBsb tor this purpose. The time originally
Iliowec for the making of the experiments will
txfkt in March, but the government experts find
Ut£t all the calculations necessary cannot be nn
attsad by that time, and an extension of time for
Kcther v*ar has bWn granted.
The obetrvaUor.s thus far, according to a etate
tsnt mafle to-day by Dr. G. F. Becker, the govern
■er.'. scientist in charge, have already demon-
PM beyond all question that no theory of
pUtfc* hitherto held to be the '"law of elasticity 1
«be maintained. This applies particularly to the
(Malted H «■•• law of elasticity, which in default
tf tsy better theory has for more than a ntury
t*ea retarded *• a cardinal principle of physics
1:2 Is one cf the prime factors in calculations In
pttfcanicß and engineering practice, namely, that
2* "Kress" of a body Is proportional to Its -
Ttaia." Dr. Becker says that such a theory is
tateaab!« when applied to problems of elasticity ,
te their larjjer scope. _ t
.Tee Hcoke law. which wae first stated In 16T4 by
E:bert Uookf, on Enrllfh mathematician and
fiTslcUt, be taws, is proved applicable to such a
crj-.tc extent that It Is a failure as a scientific
raetoto. Data collected from the wlra observa-
Pocf In the monument confirm all doubts there may
lite been as to the correctness of the theory, and
I searching for a new and better formula the
*ut:r.r scientists believe that they will fur
tl«h figures which will lv« the world the true
** governing the etrees and strain of bodies. Its ;
PSfetflon to the etudy of mechanics, to all ques- j
S«« relatms; to the properties of matter, to the j
«•"» of the eartl and to physics in sen oral.
'Our experiments hi the Washington Monu- j
fZ-i." Bftld Dr. Becker to-day, "have beer, con
petsf With «rir«a 110 metres : r.jr stretched from
«• top taadins of 'ho monument to a point within
J out dimsmce of the floor. Th* obelisk was
»»etr.»-; bjq especially pood place for the tests,, be
«-« of its great height and stability and other
*sTßEtag«»s cs a p!oce for "artful scientific ob
•WTttloa. If we had r.ot eucc«oded in gettln.? the
«ts»ent v. » shouJd have tried the experiments
£_«■ mlnfl, which would, of course, have made the
•wk r.or» dlfflculi. For the purposes of the test :
•* ar* using wire of copper and silver. pianoforte ,
*?*! £r.fi ».:pel tapes. The longest possible stretch |
"Ire is flesired to enable the experiments to te :
S^attM with the greatest possible accuracy. •
t-^ecp'.e examination boiir n«»cesfary to observe ■
r* *'• '.{;.': :. I;, the monument v*! are enabled j
« t'-jmt— sn extension of the hundredth part |
£* K'JJlirr>ezrii or a proportion of 1 to 15/XX>.GjO. \
2* observation Is made with cathetometers. ;
jßwat*'' we. attached to the wires for periods I
?ntr.« are us^d to stretch them for the purposes I
r*n"-* Careful observations are made each day. !
f* :aetor<; of electrical conductivity and tern- j
*3*-'>Jw having to bo reckoned with. For better i
Epctloa the wires are. moreover, encased in a
*«« Tyro of the wirf s arc jig nearly alike as j
rJJ--- ir> c ' z * W* formation, one of them b^insr i
** * ur.Cer cor.fitint weifrht a? a thermometer. faro I
*««rc!s^d not ■< exceed the "elastic limit" pt the ,
J*« sTttli we!»l.t£, as the law changes wh^n"th« |
t«* spp!>cl In ftretehing the wire exceeds the ;
f * or restttctlon to such an extent that th? wire j
18S?* I*lltI * Iltl T tret«hed."
ffammOag upon the importance of discovering ■
S g» '.aw of elasticity In case the government ;
»^a«j«- s Bucc^gfcfai. It. B«"ck^r said he did i
iV car<; to make too losjrito a prediction about !
»crk, bet he altered that the data now being :
Isw 1 *- *°^-'l undeniably be of Importance to j
«»t% c w^"!e Bcience of elasticity." seld he, "is j
X.. to b* 80 complex that It Is impossible to !
gy any but th* simplest cases, tor example. ;
ZijF* 'jrAfcle to discuss the stress or the Internal
5?.^ '' ■ r,- supported at either end. The ;
SSI'tBSt rtr«s is proportional to strain Is only ■
2* 1 * : ' extremely emal! strains. It practically
nESffl 'o this: That a very minute portion of a '
ETtire* crlnc dcs with a straight line. in build- ■
Sfser the *ngln»-*rs figure on th* maximum
Ifj?** *« rsurfac*. For lack of knowledge
j?~i* .true '.r.t^rnal strain they are unable to <1(»-
C? tf* Pressure In an ideal manner, or proportion
tU xt It Is equally strained. A* an example of
jvL«oru of engineers to meet conditions n-bich
vrU kr - IW exist, but as to the exact relation of
M have no accurate 1 • :.t!f)o knowledge,
C"'*!* adopted for railroad rails may foe cited; ,
fcfJ*2JlJar form being designed to meet chants |
a"J«Stic!ty. it ordinarily assumed in problems ,
tai^'''/' th « «res« is proportional to strain, i
» U*! theory oan be reduced to an absurdity
£• ;». appyt <J to <-i.ar4res in volume as the result i
l'^'- Or pressure, this subject Js of great irr.- |
Rge« m several ways Discussion of the penalty
ttow_** '■ qu«e impossible without knowing
iS..?* "f eiasti'-ty. Discovery of the true law
sz*2f**t in irr.m«is» slmDliflcatlon of enelne*r-
BJaS; Xt lead to simpl«r equations
P« !:, Uncnense the mathematical lajr sov
ns It would lea-1 to simpler equations
""htri the mathematical law go»
t^J^fcU pn&eip!e of physics la known the true |
•fiQ^* 1 co«fftclesu tad U:»lr relation will be J
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OPEN THROUGHOUT THE TEAR
tio?r.Vc 8 0 fa SOtVS O tVa 101I oI ' n »«P^«SSft«« add.-
On* hundred private baths, both sea and fresh water
WALTER J. BTTZBT,
Owner and Proprietor.
HOTEL TRAYMORE,
ATLANTIC CITY
Orerlookin* the Oceaa. Open an the year
Tra.Tmore Hotol Co.
CHAS. O. MABQUETTE. D. B. WHITE
Manager. President.
THE PENNHURST
Ocean and Michigan Ayes . AtlanUe City, N. J. Rooms en
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ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
HOTEL RUDOLF Atlanta city. _.t
water baths; private 'phones; orchestra plans-'Vea
water baths; private 'phones; orchestra.
. CHAS. R. MYERS. Owner
THE INN,
Brown's Mills-in-the-Pines, N. J.
Reopens No\-ember Ist. l&oe. Driest climate in the Eaet
.0 miles from New York. Frequent fast express, trains
via Pennsylvania Railroad. Ideal winter resort. Beauti
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«,500 FEET ELEVATION. OPEN AIX THE YEAR.
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Rheumatism, gout and nervous diseases cured. Com.
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golf, ewlmming pool, fine livery and outdoor pastimes
THE NEW HOMESTEAD Is modern In the strictest
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office with direct N. Y. wlr*.
. The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
allows stopover at Covlnrton, Va.. on through ticket*
to Cincinnati, Louisville. Chicago, St. Lou's and the
West, for side trip to Virginia Hot Springs.
Pullman compartment car, via Washington, leaves
N. Y. 4:55 p. m.. arrives Spring* 8:26 a, m_. Eastern
time. Excursion tickets at C. A O. offloo. SGI Broad
way, 243 6th Avo. and offices Fean*. R. li. and connect
tug lines-
FRED &TERRY. Manager. Hot Spring*, Va.
. Am tuna.
— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED APARTMENT, prl
• vat* bath, 81 dally: Including meals, two. 131
weekly; one, 116. THE ALABAMA. IS E. 11th si
City Property for Sale.
ELMHURST HEIGHTS, lose than four mlkM frorr.
Herald Square. Manhattan ; macadamised streets
parked In centre, and eil oity improvements. Bend posta.
for handsomely colored maps and views. BANKERS
LAN'P i "ORP<S RATION, BST Manhattan aye, Brooklyn.
K. T.
-j^/jrTH ET., BEOABWaT. — Thr«e story basement;
J-iO cabinet trimmed; ojxsn plumbing; select neighbor
hood- subway station; $12,000; suitable terms. WOEHRLE,
2118 8d aye.
Apartment Hotels.
HOTEL
WELLINGTON,
7fh Aye. and 55th St
High Class Family Apartment Hotel,
Furnished n»-w throuiruont.
1. 2. 8 and S room suites.
Furnished or unfurnished.
Lessens can select furniture and deeoratloa.
Special accommodations for transient guests.
Room and Bath. $2.00 per day and up.
Parlor Bedroom and Bath. $4.00 and up.
J. F. CHAMPLIN. Mgr.
Also proprietor of the Ocean House. Watch Hill. H. 1
PRINCE GEORGE
HOTEL,
27th and 28th Sts., bet. Otli and Madison Are*.
Bunny suites overlooking Madieon Square Park for
permanent and transient guests. Building thoroughly
fireproof and modern. Single rooms and bath, 12.00 per
da.)- and upward. Parlor, bedroom and bate. 13.00 a day
and upward.
J. F. CHAMPLIN. Directing Manager.
a. LELANP. Manager.
MURRAY HILL HOTEL
PARK AVENUE, 40TH TO 4IST STS.,
SEW YORK.
Accessible to all that Is best In the city.
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,^^^^ 'V
* TIIK KHIXELA.VDEB,
18 OTH AVK.
A few suites, furnished or unfurnished, to lease to
desirable tenants.
FOURTEEN EAST SIXTIETH ST.
Apartments in new addition are no* ready for >nßl>eCtloC -
Furnished Apartments to Let.
1-1 TH ST. 15 EAST. THE ALABAMA.—
XX furnished apartment, private bath. $1 daily: In
cluding- meals, two. *25 weekly; cue. 118. .
" a HTMTICALLT APARTMENT. 7 rooms
A and bath: No. 86 West birth st. Can be bad October
litT Apply on pr»nH»<«.
1^ *"*^^^^^^^ "
Long Island Real Estate for Sale.
RICHMOND HILI^ SOUTH— loavo Flatbush
r-r^t dally Writs tor booklet of property. Lot*
tror. ?^0 up. li. * X>AWUmr REAL ESTATE CO.. 19
C^urt »t.. Urookn'-n-
Fmmmta —Eleven beautiful acres; level as a
. i.tm highway frontage; few minutes from
?^ r; flttt scholls. etc . adjoining Improvement*
L^swEZE : latchQKue. ™*. ltland -
_ „B F 7 rooms- barn; 13 city lots; near trolley,
■HSoi,, .mion; prtc. 12.800. WM. B. CODUNO,
Northport. L I. '_
European Advertisements.
States in the British island*. for
1-J E l^ k .evJralesiates with nn. mansions and sport
r"' t».f;;« prices. Also valuable building sites
in , •.»' n ' tie *,*i li i «f purposes or for Land syndl^ios,
.unable re, .du,- *i Railway frontages. Apply for full
with both *» Ur tr a 0B HOllMtoß an Co.. 6 Waterloo
K^uiUoa o. to J? Main. tUUss. * Co.. Chamber
Bul.dlns ItaJilr-...". M*
" City Hotels.
•~ eIegaXTLT FURNISHED APARTMENT, prl-
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. MONDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1906.
Financial.
$250,000
Portsmouth Street R.R.& Light Co.
Portsmouth, Ohio,
Ist Mortgage Gold 5% Bonds,
Due July, 1916.
Interest payable Jan. i and July i in New' York.
Bankers Trust Co., New York, Trustee.
Amount authorized $250,000- Amount issued, $250,000.
Subject to annual sinking fund drawings of $25,000 per annum at 100 and interest, which
will retire the bonds by maturity.
Entire issue subject to call after five years at 102 and lntereat.
Physical condition of property passed upon favorably by J. G. WHITE & CO- INC^ EN
GINEERS.
Accounts examined and verified by MESSRS. BARROW, WADE, GUTHRIE & CO.
Legal matters attendant upon lasuo of the bonds passed upon by MESSRS. DILLON ft
IIUBBARD.
NET EARNINGS EQUAL TO OVER FIVE TIMES INTEREST ON THE BONDS.
Special circular on application.
PRICE, 97 A>T> INTEREST,
Copy of mortgage and opinions may be seen at our offices.
PROCTER'S BURDEN, F. W. SHIBLE'f I CO.,
EQUITABLE BUILDING, 49 EXCHANGE PLACE,
New York City. New York City.
Telephone «401 Cortlandt. Telephone 5*16 Broad.
GREEN BAY & WESTERN RAILROAD COMPANY
"B" Debentures
NOTICE OF READJUSTMENT
With the approval of large holders of Green Bay and Western B. Debentures, a Plan has
been formulated to acquire the Green Bay and Western Raiiroad In the Interest of the B. Deben
tures. Outstanding Receipts of the United States Trust Company and B. Debenture., must be
exchanged for Certificates of Reorganization before OCTOBER 25TH at the UNITED STATES
TRUST COMPANY, 4.5 WALL. STREET. NEW YORK CITY.
Copies of the Circular and Agreement may b» obtained at the .office of the Committee, 22 r >
Broad Street. Room 716. JQHN R
ZDWARD L. ANDREWS, 1 _ RUDOLPH KLEYBOLTE,
FRANCIS K. PENDLETON, T Couiiml. GEORGE M. PYNCHON.
JEFFERSON M. LEVY,
W. E. a STOKES,
MARTIN VAN BUREN,
•Committse.
MANHATTAN RAILWAY COMPANY
Notice of Sale of
48,000 Shares of Stock
Notice la hereby given that on the f4th day of
''ctober. 1906, at 12:80 o'clock, tho undersigned will
oOar for sal« to the highest bidder, at publlo auction.
at the Exchange Bal^srocms, Nog. 14 and 18 Vesey
Street, City of New Tork. by Adrian H. Mullor & Sons,
uuctloneara,
iB,OOO SHARES OF THE CAPITAL STOCK OF
MANHATTAN RAILWAY COMPANY.
of tbe par vaiup of $100 each.
The said stook will b. sold In parcels of five hun
dred (500) shar«a. with privilege to the purchaser to
take any additional amount at the same price. Cor
•:Soates will be delivered In suoh amounts and names
as may be designated by the purchaser.
New Tork. October l»th. 1956.
MANHATTAN HALLWAY COMPANY,
By GEORGE J. GOULD. President.
INTEEBOROTJGH RAPID TRANSIT CO.,
By AUGUST BELMONT, President.
City Property to Let.
FOR RENT.
I New American
j Basement Dwellings
j ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF
j SOUTH SIDE OF 74TH ST.
Between Central Park West & Columbus Aye*
So residences have ever been offered tat
rental in New Tork City comparing
with these In construction, equipment
appointments and detail.
They have been designed and built with
the careful attention to details of con
struction given only to the highest
class houses built for private owner*
ship.
BENTS (3,000. 93.800. 88,00*.
; Booklet Seat od Application.
Size. 25x85x102.2
FIVE STORIES IN HEIGHT.
Caretakar at No. IT Weet Tta St.
i Tot particular* inquire et
CLARK ESTATES,
Corner of 87th St. No. 2381 Broadway.
TT*OB RENT L>arg« private house, west Bid* Qram
i erey Park. Inquire It Liberty at.. Room 1406.
To Let for Business Purposes.
_ TO RENT ~^~
ox THIRD rxoon Or
Flatiron Building.
Suitable offices for CORPORATIONS, BRO
KERS OR INDIVIDUALS Can be partially
divided; formerly occupied as a Branch of the
Equitable Life Assurance Society; are hand
somely furnished and most conveniently ar
ranged. Apply Janitor, third floor, or GERALD
R. BROWN. 120 Broadway. New Tork.
Telephone, 151 Cortlandt. m
DESIRABLE OFFICES TO LET
74 BROADWAY
Entrance also from 9 and 11 New St.
Directly opposite Stock Exchange,
Entrance to Wall St. subway station In building.
LAM) & WHITING CO.,
5 111 •! KM >.n ST.
or room 801 on premise*.
"" ' "~ i
X IGHT LOFT to let. suitable for salesroom or manu-
JLi factoring. In now building: all improvements: 241
Lafayette St., near Spring It subway Inquire HUTTER.
Instruction.
For Both Bexes — City.
THE BERXITZ SCHOOL. OF LANGCAGES
Madison Square (1122 Broadway >
HARLEM Branch Lenox aye cor l««th ..
BROOKLYN Branch 7," CourT.tr^
NEWARK Brsnch Bcheuer Bulldlns
Over 800 Branches In lading cities Uulldln «
NEW TERMS BBQINKINQ NOW."
School Agency.
AMERICAN AND FORKIGN TEACHERS' AGENCY
■upplleoProfesaors. Teachers, Tutors. Governesses. "etc
to Colleges, Schools and fumlllee Apply to '
Mrs. U. J. YOl-XG-fI'LTO.V, 28 Union Square
Teachers.
MISB "JOSEPHINB WALTON announces History Lit
arature Current Events, and Travel Classes at her
residence. The RuUedga. 1 West Eighty-second 1 Btreet.
and olaowharo, boglnnln« October the flfliasjih. otr'et
mUTOßlNG— Exptrleoced lady teacher. University grad
i. uate. desires pupils for afternoon hours; city rtr»r
ences H. H. E-. Tribune Office.
Dancing Academy.
T. OBOKOR DODWOBTB.
12 East t"<:h street.
CLASSES AND PRIVATE LBM9OKJ,
Osaiwoao»H hwm.», DtMHr m. IMsV
-. . „:•■-.■. — "
FinancicJL
Instruction.
For Boys and Young Men— C!ty.
fcOLyMBIAiNSTiTUTEI
J 122 W. *2d St. Dr. E. Fowler. B
3 Prepares boys for all universities or business. |
Fpeclallsts In every subject. Small classes. I
H Ptudy hours during school day. Laboratorlea St
am Optional military drill. Playground and athletlo I
I privileges. BrlliUnt suocess In collegiate exam- ■
■ '.nations. Catalogues on request- Primary ■
Telephone 4»«« Columbus Jf
Hamilton Institute for Boys
*:-■ WEST 81ST STREET / Manhattan Sq. N).
CERTITICATB ADMITS TO LEADLNO COLLEGBB.
N. ARCHIBALD SHAW, Jr., M. A., Principal.
IRVING SCHOOL
L. D. RAY. 83 WEST 84TH ST.
Small classes for boys from seven years upward.
NO HOME STUDY FOR BOYS UNDER FIFTEEN.
! ; CHAPIN-6UCKLEY
School for Boys. 24 East 60th St.
__„ ESTABIJUSHED 67 YEARS.
PBXSI.\RT DEPT. COLLEGE PREPARATORY.
Small classes: study hour: athletics.
1 B. LORD BUCKLEY. A. 8.. Principal.
For Young Ladles— City.
Hamilton Institute for Girls
8 WEST BIST STREET (Manhattan Sq. N.).
TEN YEARS- COURSE, LEADING TO COIXEGB
EXTBAXCK OB SCHOOL DIPLOMA. OPTIONAL
STUDY PERIOD FOR ALL CLASSES. OUTDOOR
CLASSES FOB YOUNG OR DELICATE CHILDREN.
LcBARON DRUMIVI SCHOOL £2L
_•» West ltd St. (Boys In Primary Classes.)
iisr^PA^T^ roffi R.o k x^r o r e r gf & v COI
THE SEMPLE,, l> 6Ta ST
Boarding and Day School for Girls and Kindergarten
(formerly L*sU> Morgan Site).
THE MISSES RAYSON'S
SCHOOL FOR GERLS.
164, 166. 16« West 73th Street.
THE MERRILL-van LAER SCHOOL
Boarding and Day School for Girl*. Formerly Th* P**bl*a
end Thompson School. Opened October Sd.
80. 83 and 84 Bast »Tth Street, New York. N. T.
GARDNEE HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,
«0T FIFTH AVENUE. BETWEEN 4STH AND *BTH STa
COMSTOCK BCHOOL.
FAMILY AND DAY SCHOOL FOR OIBIA.
Reopens October <th. 31 WEST 40TH ST.
MISS DAT. Principal.
TI/TIS? OERRISHB CLASSES will resume work oa Ooto-
I\X b.r 4. at 880 West 84th St.. New York
Preparation for College a specialty.
Until Oct. 1 address it a usual 848 Wtst End avo.
Musical.
INSTITCTE OF MCBICAJ. ART. ~~
Catalogue from Resistrar. it Fifth Avo.
Surrogates' Notices.
Pi Pt^ISUANCB OF AN ORDER OF HON. ABNER C
Thomas, ft Surrogate of the County of New York,
notice Is hereby given to all persons having olalms against
Adolph Hervmann, late of the County of New York de
ceased, to present the same, with vouchers thereof to tho
subscribers, at their place of transacting- business, Nos
81 and 3U Thomas Street, Borough of Manhattan In tho
City of New York, on or before the Ist day of May noxk
Dated, New York, tho l*th day of October 1906
JOSEPH HERRMANN. LOUIS A. HERRMANN. MUT
TON C. HERRMANN. Executors.
BOOTHBY & BALI'WIN. Attorneys for Executors. 81
Nassau St . Borough of Manhattan, New York City.
"TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP HON. AB-
X, ncr O. Thomas, v Surrogate of tho County of Kew
York, notice la hereby given to all persona having clalmo
against Henry V. Feder. Ute of the City of Wiesbaden,
Kingdom «f Prussia, Germany, deceased, to prosent the
same with vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at his place
of transacting business. No. 880 Broadway, Boroueh of
Brooklyn, in the City of New York, oa or beforo the
fifteenth day of December next.
Dated, New York, the -sth day of May, 1006.
KKANK MANN, Ancillary Execntor.
MANN * BUXBAUM. Attorneys for Ancillary Executor.
BS6 Broadway. Brooklyn. Now York.
IS PURSUANCE OP AN ORDER OF HON. FRANK
T Fitzgerald, a 3urrosjale of the County of New
Tork/ notice la hereby given to all persons having
claim* against Charles H. Pohlman. otherwise Chris
tian H. Pohlman, late of the County of New York, de
ceased, to present the same, with vouchers thereof, to
the subscriber, at his place of transacting business. No.
208 Broadway. In the City of New York, on or Before
the 7th day of November next.
Dated New York, the tsth dny of April. 1906.
JOHN P. SCIIUCHMAN. Executor.
rf PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON ABNER
C. Thoaiaa. a Surrogate of the County ot Now York,
notice Is hereby given to all persons having claims
against Andrew R. Ctilrer, late of the County of New
York deceased, to present the same with vouchers
thereof to the subscriber, at Its placo of transacting
business. No. 5* wall Street. In the City of New York,
on or about the flnt day of May next.
l>at*d Now Tork. the eleventh day of October, 1901
THE NEW YORK LITE W&URANCB ft TRUST CO.,
Bxocuter, 62 Wall Street, N. Y.
BEVBRLET W ROBINSON, atfy for executor.
"\f d»ONAIJ>. JOHN — IX PURSUANCE OF AN
'jA_L order of Hon. Abn«r C. Thomas, a Surrosato ot
the County uf Sew Yortc. Notice Is hereby given to all per
sons ha vine ciai.ns against John B. MoDonald. late of th*
County or .Sew TorlC deceased, to present the same, with
vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at hsr place of trans
acting business, the former office of John B. McDonald.
No 100 Broadway, in th* City of -New York, on or before
th* eighth day of February next.
Dai*<l New York, the third d*y of Ausust 1906.
R ACGUBT4 itaDONALD. Admlnlstratrix.
BOTVEItS at BANDS. Attorneys for Administratrix.
81 Nassau greet. Borough of Manhattan. City of New
York.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. ABNER C.
Thomas a Burrosate of the County of New York.
notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against
John "IV. Miller lato of the County of Now York, de
i ceased, to present th* same with vouchers thereof to the
i subscriber at his olaoo of transacting business, tn* of
i fices of Ftch Moor. A Bwnn. No. TO Pin. Ht»e«t. la the
City of New York on or before th* Both day of April
Bex-
Dated New York, tr.J l*th Otic* J2?"£^, l».>fl
WALTER B. HOCGHTON, Exacutop.
»ITCH, MOORE 4 BWAN. Attorneys tor Exscutor, M
_ Piae e;r«st Borougfi «J Matftattan, Now Yo^ City,
****• nun yon Mi-v t.l.Jp.sjus— ,
Surrogates' Notices.
MAYKOX. JOSEPH J.— IN rTRSTANCI OF AX
order of Hon. Abner C. Thotoaa. a ■urrocst* of
the. County of New York, notice la hereby given to all
persons bavins claims against Joseph J. Hhyioa. lat*
of the County of New York. daceas«d. te present the same
with vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at lv plac* of
transacting business, at No. 60 Broadway. Boroughi oi
Manhattan. In the City of New York, on or beware the
Ist day of February next.
Dated New York, the lSth day of July. ISO*.
UNION TRUST COMPANY OF NB.'vV YORK.
Ex»cntoT.
Miller, K!a«. Lane * Trafford. Attorneysj for Krecutor.
80 Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
SAX.TONSTALU FRANCIS — IN PURSUANCE OP
SO an order of the Hoa. Abner C. Thcmaa. a Sur
rogate of the County of New York, notloa Is hereby
rlren to all persons having- claims agafnst Francis O.
BaltODStall. late of the County of New York, deceased,
to present the tame, with vouchers thereof, to ttie sub
scribers, at their ; • • of transactlnc; business, at the
office of J. W. & J. P. Howe. No, 62 Broadway. Bor<ru*a
of Manhattan. City of New York, on or before the First
day of December. 1606.
Dated New Ycrk.-Uay 22nd. 1009.
ELLA B. SALTONSTKLL.
SAMUEL T. GILFORtt).
Executors.
I. W. 4 J. P. Howe. Attorneys for Executor*. Ri Broad
way. Borough of Manhattan. New York Cliy.
FT PURSUANCE 1 OP AN ORDER OF Ht>N. AB
ner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
York, notice (a hereby Riven to all persons bavin?
claims against John Efmont Schermerhorn. late of the
County of New Ycrk. deceased, to present the same with
vouchers thereof to the subscribers at their place of
transacting. » usiness. at the office of Alfred E. Scherroer
horn. No. 7 East 42nd Street. In The City of New York, en
or before the first day of February next.
Dated New York, the 18th day of July. I 90«.
KATIE T. FCHERMERHORN. JOHN E. ROOSEVELT.
JAMESON COTTING. HARRY D. COOPER. ALFRED _
SCHERMERHORN. Executors.
GEORGE C. K.OBBB Attorney for Executors,
44 Wai; Street. New York City.
TN PURSUANCE OF" AN ORDER OF HOW. AB
JL ncr C Thomas, a Surrogate of the. County of New
York. notice la hereby given to all persons having claims
against George Ogden Gordon, late of th* County of New
York, deceased, to present the same* with vouchers
thereof, to the subscriber at Its place of transacting busi
ness, No. 22 William Street, in the City of Now York, oa
or before the 22nd day of January next.
Dated New York, the 3rd day of July, 1606.
THfi FARMER* LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY.
Executor.
TURNER. ROLSTON A KORAN. Attorneys for Executor
22 William Street. New York.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. AB-
X cer C Thomas, a Surrogat* of the County of New-
York, notice Is hereby sjlvan to all persons having
claims against Celia Bachrach. late of the County of New
York, deceased, to present the same with vouchers there
of to the subscribers at their place of transacting business
at the office of Heyn and Covlagton. No. 6O Wall Street.
Borough of Manhattan, in the <,Ity of New Yortc ca or
before the 80th day of November next.
Dated New York, the 17th day of May. 1908.
JULIUS OOLDSCHMIDT. HaIRBERT A. HETN. «t-
HEYN AND COVINGTON. Attys. for Executor*. «0
Wall St.. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
CJMITH. CATHARINE- T. — IN PURSUANCE OF AX
<O order of Hon. Abaer C. Thomas, a Surrogate of
...o County of N*w York, bearing data May 15. ISO*.
notice is hereby given to all persona having claims
against Catharine T. Smith, lat* or the County of N-w
Ycrk. deceased, to present the same, with vouchers
thereof, to tn* subscribers, at their place of transacting
business, at the law office of John A. Amuadson. No, 146
Broadway. Boroujrh of Manhattan, In th* City of New
York, on or before the 21st day of November :a0«.
Dated New York, the 16th day of May. 1&04.
JOHN H. MURPHY. JOHN A. AMUNDSON. JOELM B.
STILLWELL. Executors.
John A. Amundson. Attorney for Executor*. No. 144
Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
/CHURCH. FRANCIS P. — PTTRSUANCB OF AN
\^ order of Hon. Abn<w C. Thomas, a Surrogate of
the County of New York, notice Is hereby given to all
persons having claims against Francis P. Church, late of
the County of New York, deceased, to present the same
with vouchers thereof to the subscriber at his placo of
transacting business, at the office of Norman J. Marsh.
No. 76 William street. In the City of New York, on or
befor* th* 2f>th day of January next.
Dated New York, th* SOxh day of July. 1803.
JOHN A. CHURCH. Executor.
NORMAN J. MARSH. Attorney for Executor. No. T%
William street. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
T7»ROeT. ISAAC T.— IN PURSUANCE OP" AN' OR
1 der of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the
County of New York, notice Is hereby given to all persons
having claims against Isaao T. Frost, late of tho County
Of New York, deceased, to present the same, with vouchers
thereof, to tho subscribers, at their place of transacting
business, vis., at the office of Rltch. Woodford, Bovee *
Butcher, No. 18 Wall Street, Borough of Manhattan. City
Of New York, on or before the Ist day of February, 1901.
next.
Dat*d New York. July 17th. 19O<v
C. N. BOVEE, THOMAS FROST. Ex*eetora.
RITCH. WOODFORD, BOVEE & BUTCHEP.. Attorneys;
for Executors. No. IS Wall Street. Borough of Man
hattan. New Tork City.
TTJHISTLER, JOSEPH S. — IN PURSUANCE OF AY
» t order of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate
of the County of New York, notice Is hereby given,
to all persons having claims against Joseph 6. Whi3tler
late of the Town of Lenox. State of Massachos«tts de
ceased, to I resent the same with vouchers thereof, to th.
subscriber, at his place; nt transacting business, at the law
cfßee of William w. Mumford 1 . No. 141 Broadway. Bor
ough of Manhattan. in the City of New York, on or before
the seventh day of January next.
Dated. NewYorlc the 3flth of June. 100«.
ROSS W. WHISTLER. Execntor
WILLIAM W. MUMFORD. Attorney for Executor. 141
Broadway. New York City.
FPtTRSrAN'CE" OP AX ORDER OF HON. A»
ner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of tho County of N«w
York, notice Is hereby {riven to all persona having claims
against Catherine T. Nichols, late of the County of New
York, deceased, to present tho same with Touchers thereof
to the subscribers, at their place c' transacting busia-»«.
No. 49 Wall Street. In the City of New York, on or before
the 10th day of December next.
Dated New Tork. the 10th day of May, 1606.
HERBERT B NICHOLS.
GRACE N. KEF.R.
KATE X STONE.
Executors.
Wllmer ft Canfield. Attorneys for Exerutora. 49 Wall
Street, Borough of Manhattan. New Tort
SHA.TNE. CHRXSTOPHEH C — IX PrR3T.'AMCEJ OF
an order of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Burro
gata of the County of New York, notice is hereby glvan
to all persons having claims agaln« Chr!stoph»r C.
Ehayne. late of the County of New York, deceased, to
present the same, with vouchers thereof, to the sub
•crlber, at her place of transacting business, at the office
of Ford and Tattle, at Nr> 380 Broadway. Borough of
Manhattan, City o< New York, on or before the 15th day
of January next.
Dated New York, the »th day of June. 19O».
MARGARET A- EHATNE. ETxecotrUt,
FORD and TTTTTLE. Attorneys for Ex»<-utr!x 850 Broad
way. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
F PURSUANCE OP AN ORDER OF HO!*. FTIAJn
I. Fltigjrald. a Surrogate of the County of N«w
York, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims
against Mary I* -Worcester, late of the County of New
York, deceased, to present th. same with Touchers
thereof to the subscriber, at his place of transacting busi
ness. No. 88 Nassau street, la the City at New York, oa
or before the "6th day of April next.
Dated New York, the Bth day of October, 1006.
EDWIN D. WORCESTER, ExecutOß
IN PURSTJAJ<rc?3 CF AN ORDFR OF HON. FRANIC
T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of New
York, notice Is hereby given to all persons having
flalms against Robert Slckels. lato of the County of New
ork. deceased, to present the same, with vouchers thereof,
to the subscriber at his place of transacting business. No.
83 Barclay Street, in the City of New York, on or before
the Ist day of December next.
Dated New York, the 10th day of May 1800.
JOHN K. ELDRTDGEL Exeeoto*.
JAMES ARMSTRONG. Atty. for Er*cutor, No n Vassaa
St.. Now York City. "
LA MONTAONE. EDWARD.— IN PURSUANCE OF
an order of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Burrogata
of th* County of New York, notice la hereby given to an
persons having claims a<aln<t Edward La Montagn* lata
of th« County of New York, deceased, to present the same
with vouchors thereof to the subscribers at their place of
transacting business. Room 90*, No. 78 William Street.
In th» Borough ot Manhattan, In tco City of New York
on or before the Brd day of April naxt.
Dated New York, the 28th day of September. 190«.
MAX.-RICE LA MONTAONE. ERNEST C LA MON
TAGNE. MARIE T. LA MONTAOXE. BiecutOrs.
HURRY & DUTTOV. Attorneys for Exooutcrs. 73 Wllllta
St.. Manhattan. N. Y. City..
ZIMMERMAN. JOHANNA M.— IN PURSTTANCS OF
£J an order of Hon. Frank T. Fitrjjerald. a Surrorat*
of the County of New York, notice Is hereby given to
all persons having; claims against Johanna M. Zlaraer
man. lato of th» County of New York, deceased to
present the same, with vouchers thereof, to th« sub
scriber at his place of transacting business, at the o*
flee of E. McClur* Jaques, Esq.. No. 82 Broadway in
th* City of Now 'York, on or before the 2d day of April
next.
Dated New York, the 24th day of September 1908.
OLFERT A. JAN3BEN
tt. McCLURE JAQUES. Administrator.
Attorney for Administrator.
22 Broadway. Borough of Manhattan, N. Y. City,
TILING. GEORGE R.— IN PURSUANCE OF AN
Jl order of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate c*
the County of New York, notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against George R. Fling, late of
the City of Philadelphia. State, of Pennsylvania, deceased
to present the same, with voucher* thereof, to the sub
scriber, at his place of transacting business, at too ofltoo
6£ Job E. Hedges. No. 141 Broadway. In the City of N»w
York on or before the 21»t day of March next.
Dated. New York. September «, 1906.
LOUIS AUERBACH. Executor.
JOB S. HEDGES. Attorney for Executor. 141 Broadway
New York City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. FRANK
T. Fltsgeraid a Surrogate of the County of New
York, notice la hereby given to all persons having
claims against Fannie B. Kellogg. late of th* County of
New York, deceased, to present the hum with vouchers
thereof to the subscriber, at his place of transacting
business at the office of Percy Jackson. No. 81 Niiuj
Street, In the Borough of Manhattan. In th* City of New
York, on or before the 22nd day of November, next. Dated
New York, the ll th da* of May, MO*.
FREDERICK K. TROWBItIDGE. Executor.
PERCY JACKSON. Attorney for Executor. 31 Nassau i
Street. Borough of Manhattan. N. Y. City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. AB
r.-r C. Thomas, a Surrogate of tho County of New
York, notice Is hereby alvea to all persons having
claims against George C. Cook. late of the county of New
l\ik, deceased, to v*t»er.t the same with vouchers thereof
to th« subscriber, at her place of transacting business.
No. 11l Broadway, In the City of New York, on or t*for*
the Bth day of November next. -
Dated New York, the 4th day of May. lIKM.
LIZZIE B. COOK, Administratrix.
BHEPAP.D * HOUOHTON. 11l Broadway. New York
City. Attorneys for Administratrix.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. AB
ner C. Thomas, a Surrogata of the County of Sow
York, notice Is hereby given to all persons having
claims against John H. Murphy, late of the County of
New York, deceased, to present th* tarn* with voucher*
thereof to th* subscriber at his plac* of transacting
business, at the office of Joha A. Amundsoa, his attorney.
No. 144! Broadway Borough of Manhattan, la th* City of
New York, on or before the l^th Cay of February aoxt.
lotted New York, the 2nd OiLy of August, ll»)«.
EDWARD F. MURPHT. Administrator.
JOHN A. AMuNL»»ON. Af.^ii.e) lor A Ji;>Ui.«wa:yi. N%
UaUßnstdwas. H*wmi* M UaahMte* ii»« tm£ CM.
Citations.
maE people or the .-:.,.. of new TORX. ?T
JL the Grata of God, Free and Inde;-ecdent. To Dviphta
E. Thebaud, Mart* N. Thabaud. Matilda M. Th*bau*. Jo
seph Thaoaad. Leontln* J. Thefcaui, « 9 i.-« it Wl*s
landsr, Emma M Web* Marie C. -■- iaab*2* _, Jo;*
bert. Eugssi* M. I_rjai«re. Jules S. Tbebacd. Louis A.
Thehaud, Edward P. Thebaud. Paul albert Taeßaad.
l_u_a J. Thebaud. Edward V. Thebaad. Em*lla I. _•_»
•cut: and Lao Hewitt Ths*aud. the heirs a— l mi; of __
Of Frank T. Thebaud. dec#*.*tl. send gr«»tlagt Wharaaa
Frtu iTahl and Frank L. Hall, both «f th* city »i
New York, have lately applied to the 3crrogsa*'» Coon
9t our County of New York to have, a certain tastrtaanl
In writing bearing data the 26th day of June. 1&08, »-*
t te> botil regLl aa<l P*"°nai property, duly pr*-»*d at
*• <ast mm and Testament or Fran* F. T6e*aiid, . late
.1 A count, of Ni. Tork « deceased. Therefore yea a&4
SS- rli J2° 2*5. eiud to ««•** »«for« th* Surregmu »<
New T-^ °" N> " T ''* " ' "••«■«»• CouT? o<
ninT T*rs*T * r s* J n ">• 12l « <*** C December, one thousand
far on» to be a-octefS? « J29"J 29 " to *=*^- *»*» "JT^
' -• to iSTrl^na!^ th ?,, ll JT t rorlr ***"**
; -•::■ - M
October, in ihe jw J3 U t^???^- ">• «th d^r ot
the laws «f VeV York ChVSn^xJ JS v, cr|fXlll " 4 ca<J *»
l«gato«3. next cf Ito o- «»w^' && * ctm - B *^ ** cr*d«ara,
Kilfiiil
TUBBm
DANIEL, J. DOWDNET,
OLIN CLARK _ TTrr*tJßLj.riSji^* °^ rrr *»at»e' Court.
si v7nV^c!»£F E £* S ' Att ora*y« for P*etJon*r. N*.
City •*• Bart3u « J « « £ lliahattaa. NaY York
/rUIE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NgW TOPg. *T
line Harvey. Deievan Wocu. I^ulm v*oGi Fred" W^J£
Burdetto Wood. Martin Wood. Fr^* e« a CnSS
Donnls. Hattl. Carpenter, Ettl* Durgse r«d Jahisc^
Mar::n Wood. Clara Fowl«r. H. Darlualaman. 'teallnsl
L. Phllea, Esther Ana Fuu*r. Anna EUaa P:«rs%, CatC
•rine C v.r Nooy, Maud L. Faust. Sarah Ki£a%y. R>_
manxo Smith, Georg* carr. Randolph Carr. LaV*ns*
Werdebough, Daniel Thompson. WUllam Tacmpsce
Amity Baptist Church, First Bsptlst Church of Hozntr"
N. V.; First Baptist Ojurch of Cortlaad. N. Y.I CharUa
Sands, Jane Sands. Frederick Bands, William O Baaaa"
James oands, Jerome Seaeonf. Catherta* M. Bacon, Anna
C Bason, Ida Fuller Curtis. Marl. Sands. Baptist Horn*
far the Aged. Baptist Ministers' Home. Banttjt Mis
sionary Convention of tho Stats of New Tori, Gaorg*
Reed, heirs and next of kin of John Carpenter, ilen-s.il.
whose cam** and place* of residence are unknown to
petitioner and who has been usable, with reasoaabi*
cillgance. to ajcertain same; heirs «M acx * of kla at
Polly Hastings, deceased, whose nair.ee aad places ef
residence are unknown to petitioner and was has been
unable, with reasonable diligence, to ascertain same, tad
Hiram W. Betta. as administrator of th* goods, chat
tels and credits of Emma J. Belts, deceased; and to all
persons Interested In th* estate of Joshua C. Bankers.
lats of th* County of New York. d*eeas«d. aa or*s!^r».
legatees, next of kin or otherwise, seed gre«Uagi You
and each at you are hereby cited and required p*rsoaa!ly
to bo and appear befor. our Surrogate of th* County of
New York, at th. Surrogates' Court c: said county hall
at th. County Conrthous* In the Couaty of New 'Tar*.
on th. 7th day of December, 1008. at half past tea s/oiook
in th* forenoon of that day. then and ther* to attend
a judicial settlement oi the account of srooeadtngs o2
Charles W. Banders, as executor of the last wIU ar.-J
testament of said decease 2 and such ~>f you v ar* here
by -.'.MI. as ar. under th. ag. of tw*aty— os* ysars, ax*
required to appear by your guardian. If you Lav*, one.
or tr you bare none, to appear and apply for on« ta bo
appointed, or in the even: of your neglect or failure, to
do so, a guardian will be appointed by th* Surrogate to
represent and aot for you in ::• proceeding
la testimony whereof we have caused th* sea! of th.
Surrogates' Court of th. said County of New York to b*
hereunto tSitd. Witness, Hon. Abn«r C.
;L B. ] Thomas, a Surrogate, of our said county, as
th. County of New York, the &M dar o; Oo
tober, In tha year of our Lord en* thousaal nla« tua
dr«d and six. DANIEI* J. DOWDNEY.
Clack of th* Surrogat*** Court.
mHE PEOPLE OP THE STATE OP NEW
-*- York, by the grace of God rr«« and independent, to
Charts W. Till-;::, a contingent executor, aad to Imfusj
3. Church, Evelyn E. Bailey, Francos) A. Baldwin. Emily
J. Evans. Hiram 11. CburcA, Elihu C. Church, Arthur
Church, Ray Church. Sainual Orvis Church. George other
wise Eliot, Church, Cfcapo-.an Church. Lucius Church, the
helis and next of kin of Joan D. Church, deceased, and to
all other persons who *rs or may a* heirs at law or next
Of kin of John D. Chorea, deceased, or who are tnter
ested la his estate, whos. names and places of raaiienca
ar* oskcown and ran not after dll.gect faaaißrl ba ascer
tained, send greeting, Whereas. Alice U. Church, of the
City of New Ycrk. has Ut»ly »;sse<l to th* Surrogate's
Court of our County of New York to hay« a eortaia ia
st:umsnt In writing b«arisg data th* tw«nry-s«eoad <!ay
of June. 1807, raiatlcg to both real and persona! prTpe-ar.
duly proved as th. last Will and Testament si Join D.
Church, lato of th* County of Now York, deceased. Thar*
for*, you and *ach ef you are cited to s.j>poa_- befor* to*
Surrogat. of our County of Now York, a: his office, la th*
County of N»w York, oa the &th day ai No-»*rr.t«r, on*
thousand r.'.r.e hundred and six, at !ra!-?-?a*t ten clock
la th* forenoon of that day. then aad ther« to att«sd th*
probate c: the said last "Will and Testament. And suoa
of you as are hereby cited as are 3ji<ier the age of tw*=ty~
on« years ar. required to appear by your guardian, if yo»
bs.v« one, or. If you hat* non*. to appear and axmly tar
on. to ba appointed, or. la the evest of your n«g.«et or
failure to do so. a guardian will be appointed by to« du»
togat* to represent and aot for you In th* proceeding..
la testimony whereof, we have caused the SssU ox th*
Surrogate's Court of the said County of New York to »•
hereunto a":x*J. Witness, Hon. FRJLNX T.
rßea:.r Bea:. ] FITZGERALD, a Surreeate of our said County
of New York, at said County, th* 2uth day ol
September, in th* year or our Lord on. thousand, alae
hundred and six. DANIEL J. DOWDNET,
C*rk of th* £ cm: gate's Cocjt.
rpHE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NSW
York, by tao irrso* of God fr** as 4 independent, —
To Ttama* Hartley, Asa* Jane Tliy, Ellen EL A. FuU«r,
The Playvm. a oorporatloa organized ur. i*r t-o law*
of New York: Ellis Martla. Clare VoDowaU, Percy Haaw
wan raucett. Aotors' Fuad of Axsertca. a ecrporatioo
organi2*d under th* laws if New York; Cttarl<>tte M.
Martin. Emily B. Van Amr:a«. Cornelia Van Amzvim.
John Howard Vaa Asxrtnge. lL4rga.-et Taucott, O*o*g«
Faacatt. Dougtaa Taylor; Carles Prohniaa. Anr.lo Ruv
s«U T*rk*. Oiarles '' . •.--..«_-. Ada Rahan, John Prew,
Herbert areaham. Sidney B«rbert D«ra T. Lewis. Rich
ard romiy Stephen P. Eart. Mary r.or««naei Bet 43>1
Daniel rroSraan, aad te an persons tat*r*at*d a a*
estate of Anne Jane Gilbert. Ut* of tie Coeiary of
New York, deceased, as creditors. l*sat«e*. next of Via, or
othtrwisa. stud greetinjc;: Ton 4.-.1 *Acn of you are i«r*ty
cited and required personally to bo a&d appear t«far»
our Surrogate of C:* County of New Tork, at th* Sur
rogates* Court of said county^ heW at th* County Cvurt
House la th* County of *ew York, on it* eis-rcata day
ef December, 1904. at hals-»aat ten oioc* In Uto fart
noon of that «ay. then and tssr* to attaad a Judicial
settlement of th* account at proceedings of Out Vaa
Amrtaga aa sol* acting executor of th* last will aa4
testament of said doceaaed and saca of you at are
hereby cited aa are under the age of tw*ntv-a&« roar*
aro r*qulr«d to appear by your gcardiar.. If you tavaj
one, or If you have nooa, to appear and apply far aa»
to &c appeinted. or In th* ••■■•/v of ■ •-.- cegisct or
failure to do so a guardlaa will be acpolntod by to*
Sarrcgat* ta represent and aot tor y<« la tie pi weeding,
In testimony whereof w* bar* eaos*d ta* Mai oc ta«
Surrogates' Court of th« **!& Coiaty at sow
[L. S.] York to be hereunto aff.xevl. 'Witness. Sea,
Fraak T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate o* our ssisa
County, at the County of New Tork. •-« 80t& d*f of
August in th* y*ar at our Lord on* thmiseas) ntn* aui>
dred and six. DANIEL. J. DOWDXET.
C.orli of the Surrogates' Coart.
OLIN. CLARK ft PHELPS. Attarn*y« for F— .ltlonor. Now
M Simm Btr**t. Borouga at Manhattan. Now Total
City.
mHB PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
York, by the Graca of Gci Fre* and ladepaodeat. —
To Caroline Hurry, Edward Temple Hurry. William A.
,-ir.--.x- Marian Braekenridc*, MarxarM Bracaen
rl<Jge. Ann X. Brack enrlSge. Joha Croeble BrasJcerriili*,
Maroia F. Bracicenrldr*. laY Braok«r.rl<ire. CKarls*
► »•■■' Braekenrtdxe. a -.a ac H. Hurry Edward Harry.
Sta.-iar-t M«Ul«aam, WIUUa Kcsnetix Ross. Etaie S'-ed
ir.s.n Ross, Minna Carolina Rasa, Jeaa Cro*ol» R •«.
France* Hurry. Arthur »r;oe TVTiiJlat;. AMee L. Saylee.
Philip Llvermor* Savlts, Thomas lT«e BayiM. Rlobara
Hurry Eayles. Mii»:»t B&yles, Marca.r«t amnmM. Fraa-
Cls I£»nry Sh»?«rd, Cs*rl«s T. LJT«ran»r«. M.irx«r«t HsWa
Llvennore, Mir. Luis* XJv«rmora. Zlena Suaaaa> LlTer
more. Wl'llam Fl*y4 Llvrmore, Dorothy Ltvanaora.
WtUtacs W. Llv«nn*r«, WUUasa W. IJverrr.orfl, Jtv, Jut
Llvernjere, Edward Llv*rmer*, Myrtle I^ttsttoot 1 Robert
A. Lrvwnsore. Alice O'Haran, AUc* r,o«arr.ocl 8*:«; en.
CaraUn* Mao««, Dudley 3*M*n Mapes. Edward X>. 9*l4«n.
t>«lphln« M. Hurry anj to all s«n^o« entitled. abao!u:ely
■HP contingently, by the terms of the WIU of William
Hurry. lat* of th* County of New York. dsn — ssil. *r by
c^n:■. .' af taw. to s&ar* .n th* fund er la th* proc««ds
ef property held- by the Trustees under said VTIU aa a
part of their trusts. send «r««t:r.« You an.l eaoa of you
ire b**«by eltti and require* personally to be and •»
pear War* our Burroi%t« of the County of New Yara, at
th« •urrof«««» Court ti said County. h»U at th* C«un:y
Coon Houa*. la th* County of New Ycrk. ea th* Bta day
of Kov*m>*r. I*o4. at half im tan o'clock in Us* fsre
ncos of that day. then and thrr* to attend a JudlcHl
aettTesMDt Of the account of prnnsiiM— of Carotin*
Hurry. Edward Tempi* Hurry aoaWlUlara A. BraskaO'
ridge. as Trustee* under la* last Wu aad Testament of
Wl.liam Hurry, late of th« Caunty at New Tjc«, de
eaaMd. and such ef you aa are hereby cited as &re «nd«r
th» ace of twenty~on* years are required to a;p«ar by
jroux guardian, If you hay« ana. or. If you bat* nor.*, to
appear and aft>3 far ana «a ba appointed, or. la th*
•Tent of your naglaitt or fallo** ta do so. a a j<trdui. will
b* appointed by the fliinagaf to r*prcs«ct and act for
you In the proceedtcg.
In Testimony Wh«nof. We hay« • Aa*sd th* Seal of tt*
Eurrotate's Court of ta* atLli County of Maw tort to b*>
hereunto aflbtW Witness, Hsn. Frank T. ftla.
tSeal. •♦raid, a »u:ro«rate of our amid County, M the)
County of New York, ts* l^a day ef 3apt*a*«r.
■ In the year of our Lord •• -- ••- . ■ cine hsnlr*4 4&>i
i 1. I Daniel j. dowoxbt,
Cienc ef th» Surnfttt'i Coy%
OEOROB 8. liAM:_> Attorney for P«UUoa*rs. li Wail
Street. Itaafcattin. New Ysrk City.
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Broadway, between ttta ,-• S?ta ,-, until » • > cl*e)i
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oSc*a at regular office re. •< until i o'clock p. m.. *l»i
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