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THINK TEABODY LIARLH
John De Witt Warner Believes "Co
ercion" Can Be Proved.
Rusaell W. Fish, secretary of the Mutual Life
Policyholders* Association, in a circular letter
eeut to the executive committecmen of the asso
ciation, declares that John De Witt Warner has
"advised" the association that President Peabody
end the other officials and trustees concerned in
the alleged "coercion^' of managing agent are
"criminally liable," under Sections 10S and 053
of the Penal Code, regarding "conspiracy" and
"coercion."
Mr. K:s'.- «-oirtimies significantly:
In this, after full consideration, Judpe Herrick
fuily agrt-od except that, rvprerslng special con
fidence in inc. District Attorney >■( this county,
he advised submission of the case to Mr. Je
rrme; which was made Thursday, October IS.
In the ho!»/» ihat his prompt action might not
merely securr punishment of those who had
xrio-an while *•'» brutally treated their most faith
ful agents, but also deter them from continuing
euch oriminai acts in ihelr canvass for re-elec
tion, ihe voting In which, commencing: October
3S. was to continue for two months.
Mr. Fish state;; that the association's counsel
has "constantly reminded the District Attorney
of the importance of promptness to prevent
crime, as well as to punish it, and thus be of
practical aid In the present canvass."
In closing: Mr. Fish says:
Our hope was that by prosecution of Mr.
FeaboJy and others (at least the members of
the agency committee) th^lr evident conspiracy
might be punished, as well as each held liable
•rid punished for his acts in and toward the
coercion practised, which by New York law Is
tnade a criminal offence. Serious as hap been
the delay of over, two weeks, and raj Idly as is
dwindling the chance of thwarting the intended
«ffect of the coercion in question, we still hope
fjor action egair.st Messrs. Peabody. Rogers and
others before the time has passed during which
it can be of aid to policyholders in defeat of the
echeme in which these crimes have been com
anitted.
In the- Criminal Courts Building it is asserted
that Mr. Jerome will announce his line of action
this week.
In view of the pressure of business at the
Actual Life's home office, and the continued
absence, through illness, of Vice-President Me-
Cllntoclc. George T. Dexter, the second vice
president, may be unable to visit Tennessee on
Thursday in compliance with Commissioner
3Polk's "summons."
It Is beltaved, however, that Vice-President
E. R. Perkins of the New York Life will be able
to appear before the Insurance Commissioner an
that day.
Up to last night apparently neither official
had received ha*. "summons" from Mr. Folk.
In a statement issued last night. Mr. Fish in
timated that the insurance commissioners of
Kentucky. 11111— . Michigan, Minnesota and
Mississippi were taking up the question of the
Alutual Life's electioneering methods.
STEEET CLEANING IN NAPLES.
Burton Holmes Tells of the Work After
Vesuvius Got Through. .
Bur; Holm js. at the Lyceum Theatre last night,
suggested that even Tammany methods shine be
».<!<- those employed In cleaning the streets of one
of the vulages in th© vicinity of Naples, after the
volcano in April. The carts laden with ashes were
driven down to the bay front and the refuse
dumped on the boulevard, where it Lay for several
■weeks r*fore it was rehar.dlcd. this time to be
thrown into the harbor.
"Even a Tammany contractor." said Mr. Holmes,
"would have economized time and effort to the ex
tent of backing the carts ud to the edge of the
■water and dumping the content* there." The pack
ins: of the railroad station it Naples, on the day
following tlie earthquake he compared, not to ear
dinee In a box, but. as he said, more happily to
Uroklynites in a bridee car.
After showing a picture, which displayed the pen
♦ rtdly accepted idea <~.i a volcanic mountain, with
flames playing: from the cratrr and atreaaui of lava
OatrixtK flown the si-le ' the mountain, he ex-
T>!airi<-<j that that was Af wpv the spectacle did
rot li>'ik. Mr. Holmes was in the harbor of Naples
on the day in Apr:! when the erupticn of Vesuvius
fcetran. and look m;ir.y pictures during its progress.
He aUo showed a motion picture in Illustrating a
Ptrram of lava in motion.
CAR HITS OPEN SWITCH.
Accident in Amsterdam Avenue Results in
Injuries to Eight Passengers.
Running Into an open pwitch in front of the car
bans at 123 th • ■•--t and Amsterdam avenue, last
right, a nonhhowi Third and Amsterdam avenue
esr Noundfd over the rav^mem for more than
tv»r.Ty ff^t. Eight pa*songers were Injured illghtly
TV flying glass.
The car was well filled -with passengers, several
Ftandir.g on the rear platform. Tlie motorman did
net see the oprn switch. When tho front wheeiF
Ftruck it they left th» track, and the car bounded
into th« air.
Passengers were thrown fr-.m their seats to tho
r.oor. and r.ear'.y every -window in the car wa?
iTokf-n. M»-n and women pushed aid shored as t.h«
pieces of glat^s fr]\ on them, and t'r.e'.r cri*-? of pain
edded to the ex'-itemer.t. Roundsman Gt-oipe
Orel*, of the ■\Ve-t 125 th ife»t f=tatir.n. who was
or. the rf-ar j^lr.tform, was cvl about the hanis. and
efter seastlns men and women from the oar called
two smbuUnoea from the J. Ho id l\'r:. iiopj.ita!.
ELECTION
RETURNS !
Next Tuesday Night
The Tribune
will display up-to-the
minute
Election Returns
at the following places :
1 Main Office, Park Row,
I Si With Moving Pictures.
O I Marlborough Hotel,
a- <vJ. Broadway and 36th Street.
9 1 West 125 th Street,
J\A Near Lenox Avenue.
BRCX^XLYN. N. Y.
4 333 Washington Street,
1 lie Brooklyn Daily Times
-\£\VS OF THi: MINES.
t
Region Near Gold-field Proving to
Be the Richest Spot on the Globe. ■
t GoWfleld. New* Nov. 1 (Special).— The sensational
developments following exhaustive work In the
vicinity of the Goldfield Mohawk continue to prove
all r;aitr>.« made for the area lying immediately
I north and east of »roldflel<! as the richest spot on
I tftrl globe. Properties in the vicinity of the great
i bonanza mines of that neighborhood are no
sooner offered for sale than they are picked up by
big operators. The purchases of the Lou Dillon
and white Rock groups v.ere recently consummated
: on their especially pood surface showings by >•.•:
1 dlcites that have begun exhaustive development
I work with a view to opening at depth the continu
ation of the Mohawk. Jumbo. Red Top an.]
t Combination veins.
i One of the latest and most Important deals Of the
: last fortnight in this favored spot is the purchase
, by the L. M. Sulllvin Trust Company of the Morn
j ing Star group, consisting of the Morning Star
| and September claims. These adjoin the Silver
! Pick and endline the I.«ou Dillon. The *property is
i situated within twelve hundred feet of the Com
bination and Mohawk. nnd directly In line with
i the trend of (he great gold veins of the locality.
; Surface exploration has disclosed two strongly
defined and heavily mineralized veins of ore that
■ show inch value* at surface. The property is in
■ ev-sry sense of the word choice. Inside acreage, in
j the immediate vicinity of the richest group of
; mines in the state.
Tl " rr.r: luncemeot is made by the owners of the
lliapah mine at Tonopah. who recently purchased
the Nevada Wonder group, that they have proved
up the ledge on this property to a depth of 110
fe?t, showing an average width of twelve feet and
a uniform value of better than JICO a ton. This
slowing establishes the Nevada Wonder as one
of th» big mines of the state, and with the rapid
succession of new Ftr!k»B which are being made
almost daily in various parts of the camp, the
fu'ure of the district is so well nssurei that min
ing operators, large and small, from many stales
are forking Into this camp, and the passing ■•;
th<» w-ek has see ih« completion of several d».si«
represe.iting tremendous cash considerations. Tiie
town la growing rapidly; many frame buildings
are going up. and the road lepciing from Wonder
to rvfew is lined with mule teams, automobiles
and conveyances of various kinds, handling the
paFsrncpr travel and freight traffic in a.-.d out of
the camp.
bonder is only eighty miles east of the world's
famous Cometock, which produced) in a period of
four decades more than JOOd.OXt.OOO. and within a
short distance of the pres?nt established mineral
ized area are many abandoned mines, which were
worked in the days of the primitive prospector, and
which made their owrers rich. The vein system
of the camp extends tast and west and south for
more than four miles, and the. formation !s of a
permanent character. It has been this fact that
has commended this ca.np so strongly to invest
ing oierators. Tl • town now numbers about nve
hundred persons. Frame bulldlnga are going up
on both sides of the street and the transportation
facilities in and out of the camp have been taxea
to the utmost for the last ten days. A bant two
newspapers and a number of business houses nave
been established, nnd buildings are being erected
as fast as the lumber can be hauled from Va:r
vlew. which at present In ihe place of supply.
The new Duluth camp has blocmed like, a rose
in the desert. Already where less than a month
ago there was nothing but sage brush and cac
tus there is now an up-to-date mining town of
six hundred Inhabitants. Dului has to Its credit
the !'-st discovery of genuine phonollte ore ever
made in Nevada. It was found on the July claim
B H Currie. of Stratton's mine, at Vinton. mudr
S ■SfSffi-S? 1 .
£ler.Pby ■n?w\lnV heavily in mining properties..
W T Webb waa the first one of the Goldfield
crowd to r.'urn from the Walker River *****??•
ST He arrived last night with a sackful of
specimen., of ..re which sparkled with gold. He
discovered and located several claim, seven miles
rest of Walker L«ke. Webb also found a big
ledge of copper-liver ore. which runs high in
gwtsSLas ssigwsa
who w-» murdered by the Indiana. 1 h.y had a
Jrrall stamp mill run by generated by an
overshot water wheel.
A dispatch was received to-day by the Cox In
vestment Company, stating that a strike had been
made on the Southern Cross claim of the Man
hattan Union Jack. This come* in confirmation
of the rumor that has boon on the street for some
days and which has caused considerable activity
in the stocks in the Jers-y euro. ,",''■
The telegram states that the vein Is four feet
wide and runs $137 to the ton.
O. P. Posey. president of the Nevada Copper
Minin*: and Smeltiric; Company, writes to W. E.
Mitchell, rlce-presidenti that in the crosscut on
the - foot level of the new eulphiJe mine the
wcirkines are In 33 f^et. without any pa of a wall.
All of the ore carries some sulphides, but streaks
occur every few feet, varying in size from two
lr.f h<*« to rwb feet, that ar* s<->li<l iroi nrA copper
sulphide. These streaks run ebnut 10 per cent
copper and from $*> to «4A In co.d.
MUCH SILVER FOUND AT COBALT.
Stamp Mill Put in at McKiniey-Darragh-
Snvage Mme — New Vein Found.
CoKV.-. On* . N v. i fSpecial).— lt haa been pnme
predicted I ilt'a wealth would get
!«=-an whea any pre.=.t depth was attaint but f
this la m - •' '■'• '
ihat • ■ mine at •• lepth of 325
• . ■ richer thai at any other d-Tth of
developm* nt Tl ■ ' 1 '•'■ | at tl •■
level •• gone "-"•
s.rd are now 1 el In solid silver.
A new vein has Just been opened up on the
Bavago ground, which runs 2 9V> ounces of silver
to the ton. Tilis la traced from the workings of
the Lil lies property, which la being oper,ic?d by
the Ontario government The McKinley-Darragh-
Bavace has proved a wonderful mine and lias
alieady verified the predi<-ti.i»i= of its officers.
The fact ... sensational showing has been
made at the depths to which they have gone
ren'ier* an f-Fiimatr- of what ti:e showing will bo.
when they attain the depth of tho i^i Rose sn irn
it the McKinley-
Darragh haa as bright a future ahead of it as any
of tho mines in this phenomenally rich region.
The McKlnley-Darragh offices have received
confirmation of th« report from Cobalt Tthat In the
famous La Rosa mine, which is owned by "Mill
ionaire" Timrr.ins. a diamond drill has b«-*n puc
to work, and has niready sunk to a level y/J feet
below the bottom of tho 325-foot shaft. Tlie drij l
was In bonanza or» all the way down, ami ax tile
&25 foot level It wits woiked into si'iio silver. Tlie
warklnga of this drill have been k«»nt a "secret
until now. Encouraged by tho discovery or this
rich vein at such a profound depth the McKinley-
Darragh company is pushing work on iis stamn
mill and on Ihe draining <f one end ol Cobalt
Lake, which will make it easy to work one of the
heaviest veins in the McKinley-Darragh property
The Allis-Chalmers Company iis progreaa;ng rat)
idly with th« stamp mill. This will bo the firs',
stamp mill to be erected In Cobalt, and when it la
finished tfce McKinley-Darragh will produce Its
values at tn.- lowest cost of any ronmnnv in th".
rejion. •
LOCAL QUOTATIONS.
Mining shares in the local curb market la»t week
were in active demriii<i.' and strength generally
was shown, notwithstanding realizing sales i'rlt
ish Columbia Copper advanced l»4; Butto Coali
tion, IV. nutte ari.l *■■• ... York. 2\; Car.;m«>a "< 'or
tr.,!. 2' 4 : Cumberland-Kly. li : Giroux Consolidited
*„: Cold Hill o.pp-r, \: McKinUy.Darragh.Ti:
Montana Shoshone, 2; Nevada Consolidated II s ■•
Nevada Mining ajid Smelting, \; Nevada-Utah
%; Nipisainif. " ; -. Tonopah Extension, W and
UnitM Copper, i%. I'ortlaii.l Copper, whi'-h wts
<if-a!t In for the first time in the week, was one
of tho most active Issues.
PLAYGOEES ATTACK HYPOCRITES.-
j H. A. Jones's Production Severely Criticised
at Lively Discussion.
••Hypocrites." by Henry Arthur Jones, was the
■ subject of dltcossion last night at tho m«w>tinß of
: the Playgoers at tha Hot^l A»tor. Miss Jessie Mlll
ward, leading woman in the play, was In tho. chair.
j and was forced to listen to some severe criticism
, .if the play- John Henri Meltwr. press representa
tive for the Conried Opera Company, thought It
i was not up to the Jcni-s standard, nnd the Itev.
] John Talbot Smith said he did not like it because
j th* clergy was not portrayed us clergymen should
i :■*■. However, ti.tro were some defenders of the
y!ay.
NEW-YORK DAILY THIBtTKE MOXDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 19M.
SCHIFF WIELDS TROWKI..
Presides at Corner Stone Laying of
New Synagogue.
The laying of a cornerstone was successfully ac
complished yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock by
Jacob H. Bchtff. The occasion Was the consecra
tion of the n<?w synagogue of the First Hungarian
Congregation, Ohab Zedek, at Nos. IS, 20 and 33
West 116 th street.
Three hundred members of the congregation and
friends Were present at the c«»r<>nionv. while many
Who could not find seals on th»? walls of the build-
In^ crowded the itreet.
1. Herman, the president of the con«?reßationi
was in chart* of the efcrreisos and introduced Mf.
Schiff. Judge Rnsalsky. Judge Benjamin Hoffman.
Congressman Henry M. «;olrlfcgle. Dr. H. i'f-r..>:rn
Mendes and others, who made gr>at predictions
for tr. success of th*> place of worship. At the
«>nd of the ceremony President Herman banded to
Mr. f.'chirf a silver trowel, fiigrnvfd with the
words :
"T'j Mr. Jncbb H. Schiff for the laylntr of the
ocrnerston'^ of the First Hungarian Congregation.
Sunday. November 4. 1905. With the compliments
of th» ■■onsresf.tion."
Assisted by the Rev. Dr. Phillip Klein, the rabbi
of the new iynagogue, and President Herman, Mr.
Boh iff then lair] the cornerstone, including the
records ■•• the rrr]<»r within the amall vault and
apreading the mortar with* a tteady hand.
The band of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum played
Hebrew hymns and was aided by a chorus from
:!mn-.~ the conKregatloi When Judge Rosnlsky
arose to Bpeak he was hailed as "Our next Judge."
"DON'T JUDGE BY APPEARANCES."
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., So Warns His
Bible Class.
"Don't judge men by their appearances," was the
advice of John D. Rockefeller. Jr.. to his Bible
cl.tss nt the Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, yes
terday. He said thr>.t he had often had cau?e to
feel ashamed of himself for icing his fellowm»n
too harshiy, and emphatically warned the members
of his class against making this mistake. He said:
How often we judge a .nan by his external char
tstica, without wilting to rind out whether
or not !:e possesses the qualities which make the
real man.
No doubt many of -ou have sometimes felt
ashamed of yourselves for Judging men harshly. I
remember when I was in college theirs was a man
who went about looking very dejected and seedy.
He wore an old sweater most of the time and was
extremely careless about his appearance— ao much
so that some of the fellows took pains to shun
him. That .nan proved to De a man of excellent
ability. He was the son of poor working folks
and he travelled around the country doing work as
a stafre carpenter in onl»r to earn enough money
to uay his way through coileee. He turned out
to !'■■ one of the best historians that ever gradu
ated from a coll^pe. To-day he is filling an im
portant government position out West, and he is
oie of my most esteemed friends. You see. there
fore, how wrong it i? to form an Impression too
hastily.
Mi ny met try to condone their own shortcomings
by keeping up an appearance of righteousness.
Perhaps they can fool the man who sits at the
next desk or tho=e with *\hom they do business,
but they ennnot fool the Divine One. He judges
men by their hearts, not by their external char
acteristics.
. MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
SIINIATCRE ALMANAC.
Surrtse 6:B3!E'.:;set 4:."4 Moon rises S:l3 Moon's aje 18
HIGH WATER.
A.M.— Sandy Hock 9:46 Gov. Island 10:l0:Hell Gate 12:03
P.M.— Sansy Hook 10:03 iGov. Island 10:211 Hell Gate 12:14
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
V«*el. From. Lane.
•Grecian Prince ... Barbados*. October 2>'. Prince
•Ponce Pence. October 20 N T & P R
La. Bretagne Havre. October 27 French
( arpathla. Gibraltar. October 28 <"\ir.ar.i
Mariello ... Hul!. October -1 Wilson
•Potsdam Rotterdam. October 27. . .Holland- Am
•Furr.^ssia . Glasgow, October 27 Anchor
•Finance., . . Colon. October 3i> Panama
•."araeas Fan Juan. October 31 Red D
: Massllia Gibraltar. October 24
JVrugia Gibraltar. October 24 Anchor
El rid ... GaHestcr. October 30 So Paclfi;
Comus New Orleans. October 30... 5b Pacific
City of Atlanta Savannah. November 2 Savannah
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 6.
•Kaiser V."m 11 Bremen, October 30 N G IJoyd
SamlarjJ . . Antwerp. October 27 Red Star
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 7.
•Teutonic Liverpool. October 31 White ?tar
Ban Jacinto Gaiveston. October 31 Mallory
•Brings ira:..
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel
V«^s*': For Line. Mall closes. sail*
Byron. Argentine. Lambert & Hoi. ... 7:30 am 10:00 a m
H'lbfrt. Para. Bcorh 12:00 m 3:00 pm
AHlani-a. Colon. ; in.a 11:30 am 3:oopm
Princess Anne. Ncrfclk. Oil Dominion. 8:00 p m
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 6.
Kainer W dfr G. Bremen, N G L. 6:30 am 10.00 am
Prlni E Fried, Jamaica. Hamb-Ar . 9:30 am 11:00 am
Arapahoe. Jacksonville. Clyde 3.00 pm
C'aronia. Liverpool, Ounard 9:<V> a m
Hamilton. Sort Ik Old Dom 3:oopm
City of Macon. Savannah, Savannah.. — — 3:00 pm
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Destination ana steamer. Close In X. Y.
Hawaii, Japan. Orea, China and Philip
pine Isiands (via Ban Francisco) —
Hongkong- Maru , To-day 12:30 am
Japan. « urea. Ch'na and Philippine
Islmndi ivja - ■<-)— Tango Maru ..Nov. 8, 6:oopm
New V.ealar.ii. Australia (except We«t).
New ' Caledonia, Bamoa, Hawaii and
Fiji Islands (via San Francisco) —
Blerra Nov. 11, 12:30 a m
Hawaii. Japan. Corea. China and Philip
line Islands r.ia San Francisco) —
K'">.ea Nov. 16, 12:30 a m
Tahiti and Marquesas Islands (via San
Francisco) — Marlpoaa . . Nov. 18 12:30 a m
Hawaii (via San FrancUco) — Alameda. .Nov. 20. 12:30 a m
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New York. Sunday. Nov. 4, 1908.
ARRIVED.
ffam^r Lntares iGer). Peteraon, Odessa September 18,
Batoum IS, ■ ■or.s.tantinoi-ie 24, 6mj Ina .:'. S: ria October
1. riidfiF 7. taeaslna ■>. i.... i ■.■. ■ l". Gluraitar IT. and r> t
Michaels 21, to Theodora Ruger .v- Co with mdse. Ar
riv.-d at thfc Har at ll;30 a m.
f'tf-ani'-r Bra'zlUa iG<>rp. R\iss. Hnmhurg October 21. to
the Hamburg-American Line, with radse Arrived at the
li»r at noon.
>*<:ainer Langflord (Nort. H?.nfr. Pllleyi Island October
29. to J A Hor»ej & S>;n. with iron ore. Arrived at ihs
liar at HKo'i j> m. 34.
Steamer AraH«tan ißr). * :.■ Santeur, Buenoi Ayrea
s^pn-mber 21, Monterldeo 23. St Lucia October 12. Ha
vaca 24 and fV»wn November 3. tn Noiton i Si n, with
3 ratiln passtr.g*-rs anl mdsc Arrived at the Har at -
a in.
Steamer ••■■-■ Royan, irhados < wtober 28, to
I'anl"l l!a<->n. in ballast. Arrived r.i the Bar at 3 a m.
Steamer N>« York (Dutch) tulip Rotterdam October 22.
to Philip Ruprecht, in bal!a?t Arrived at the V,±r at
o:r.!> a m.
Steamer Bristol <"ity iKn. risr'-1a..-. Hii^tol October in
and Swansea 1!» to James Ar';°ll f' Co, with nn» mbin
t>;is?enKPr and md.=>i» Arrived at the, Ftar nt B JO a m
SI l'a'Jl, ["smiw, Southampton and therbnurcr
October- 27. to Ihe American Line with •■* ■ c*l nnd
, r .'.t2 stf-^rasp paxsecgers. maKa and mdse. Arrived at the
K.-ir at 1 :.".<! n in.
StojiTifr frinz Wlllern V iDutohi. Uetui Surinam «">.-_
tolj'-r 12. Penirrara 14. Tririd;nl IP.. < crupano and Parr.
pator K. L'umana an.'. I>>. I^i <;u.iyi!i in. Inierto
<"a!.e!l-i 20. < 'uriK o.i 'SZ. .iT-nel 24. Arjuini nrd A'J\ ray«r ay «
Iti. i<t Mar- 27 and Pnrt nil Tiince 20, to tie Holland-
America I.in.-. with s na«-fnget!i. malls nni mdse. Ar
rlve<l ct th« i'ar at !»:-iO a m.
s>tfa!!iffr l'.'ker (<;<>n. Oertel, Pnr t Antoni tober 31,
to the fnltert Fruit Company, with fruit. Arrived at the
Bar at 4 p m.
.<r?an;*>r Atlantis iNort. Nielsen. Kins«ton October 2*.
to Charlej I> Wejrman. with one ....._. and fruit. Ar
ll\e.l nt ;r-«- liar at 7:H<) p m.
Sindv Ilßok, N J. Soy 4. 0:30 p in — Wind north fresh
Ir^rze; <^l«»ar.
S:ramcr El Shr. Burr.?. Galvi>stan October 20. to t. v i«
Southern Pacific 4*o. with m.1«». In r ant!n.> at 3:35
P m.
ste.->n'»r San Marcos, Mclatosh, Galv»»;on tober 27. to
fTtsrles II Mallory ft •"• with pss.«.ng^rs nni m&Bt
I'.tysed in Snndv Hoo» at :>:l2 p in.
Pteamer <*ar-<lyn, ?tiliiv,»n, Poii Tampa 0.-tob^r 2S. wi'.h
phosphate rock to the American Agricultjral Chemical
<.'o; vessel to A H Bii;! ft Co.
stpaniT Hamilton. Boaz. Newport X»w« and Norfolk, ;o
the Old Dominion Ss Co, witli pa»3^n!'ers and mcZse. In
•juarantlr^ at 2:SO p m.
BATL
' - Ho • — il .- ißri
Moni
'■- ■ .
n m. r
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOnEIGN PORTS
Dover. Nov 4— Pas»ed, steamers Uatavia (Gen Schniljr.
Hamburg f<^r New York: Krle.iri.-h der Qtossa iGer).
Bleeker. i!ieme n for New Voik
Pr&wle Point, No* ♦— Passed, steamer. Noordam iDutchi.
Stfn^-r. Rotterdam and Rouliffite for New York
BoutbAmpton. Nov 4 — Arrived, steamer st !.■!.■-. Jamison]
N>». Voikvia Plymouth and < "h-rt..
Movillv. Nov 4— >Bll»d, sioamer •'a edonia ilir) Baxter
(Mom «iU"K'>w>. New > .>rk
I.'.xJii!. Nov 4— Pafpe.J. steamer CbetnnttS tQer) Jensen
New York fir Bremen.
Queenstown. t»o» 4. 11:10 a m— Sat!»d. steamer . -am «i
(Br), Prltrhard. from Liverpool f-r New York.
Proposals.
PROPOSALS FOR UNDERWEAR.— DEPOT QU4R-
X termaoter'a Office, 33 Whitehall Street New fork
< ity. October 81. 1906— Sealed proposals in triplicate
f-übiert to the usual conditions. Wtli be recolveil here
until 13 O'elocl" m • November I, 1906, an.l then opened
for furnUhlna and delivering at this Depot •» >>no
N;.ir,so..k 1 ndenl Irti and 75.000 pairs Nainsook
Dra '•;». Army Standard. The right Is reserved to re
■r, 01 accept any or all prn|ionala. or any part there
of. Preference will h« «iv*. to aril.-,., of domestic
production or manufacture, conditions of quality ana
price (ltu-lu.lliiK In the price of foreign productions or
manufacture! the duiy thereon) belnj equal Stand
aid BampUl can be seen at and blanks for propuaala
and full Information will be furnished upon application
to thin offl.^ En\ elope* containing proposals must be
rndoinert "Propoaa.a for Underwear, to be opened at 13
• •••loik M.. Naveiatter 8. lftoa." «n.i u<!.ir<-.»,,i to W }{
4HLLEU. De^tttj w M. OMMraJ. U. S. a.. Depot Q. m.
The Turf.
QUEENS COUNTY JOCKEY CLUB,
AQVtItCT, I. I'
To-Day— Ine Glen Cove Stakes
and 5 other races. b»cirnlnjt At 2 £' M.
llt'Pt' BY LANDER'* BAND rt x M
• Trains leave foot of East I«tk S»t. a ' '" . n A > r om
11:10. 12:30. 12.50 1:00. | r», 1:60 P. _M.. and .om
FlatbUKh Aye at 11:15 A. M.. 13:15. U:35. »- ° n - l-<"».
1:05. 1:15. 1:30, S: IS T. M. — »■
Mietmgi
rTntn^FORTY-THIRD ANNITAU MEETIS«» WJIJ:
1 New Yrrk SOrlety for the Relief of the *™
?lre«t. Thurclny. November f=th. 13^ ".,,'.» «!'! le
Pt/6/ic Notices.
DEPARTMENT OF FINAVK. BIP.EAU FOR THE
Collertlon of Taxes. No M Cbamb-rs Street
(Ktewart Oullfilng). Nbj* York. November 1. 1308.
IMPORTANT TO TAXPAYERS
Notice Is hereby given to all person* who*e taxes for
th» year l»0« hay* ..f been paid before the Ist .lav of
Novefhber of th» saM ><-Br. ihat unless th» samo shall
he r*l<l '" the B>a»tv»r of Ta*en at his office In the
Borodin in Which the property Is located, as follows:
Berooail of Manhattan. No. 57 Chambers street.
Manhattan, N Y. .
Borouch of the Bronx, corner Third and Tremont
avenu^n. The Bronx. N. V. : ...,,.
Borough of Brooklyr. Rnoiai 2. *. « and S. Municipal
Eutldlnc. Brioklyii ST.: . _ ...
Ec-roUfeh o; y^ren-". corner .Jackson avenue and F;fth
Itreet. Long ts!rtn«l City. K. V :
Borough of Rlchmohd Borough Hall. St. George.
Staten Island. N V.. , . x „
—before the lft day ft IV?emr>«r of »a!d year, he «•-..
c!:trce. receive and collect upon such taxe« so remain
ing unpaid on that day. In addition to an amount of
su-h raxes, one per centum of the amount thereof, as
provifled by section* 91« and ?1» of the Greater New
York Charter (c'.'aptpr ' I " <i Laws of 1197).
David E. AUSTEN.
Receiver of Taxes.
Citations.
nvir: people of the ?tate op \r»\- york. by
J. thr grracc of i^-.l free and Indepnidenti to Thomas
Haitley. Ann- Jane Tidy Ellen E. A. roller, The Play
er*, a corporation organ •••! ■.:,;»; the law* of New Tork.
Ellis Martin. Clare McDowell Percy Haawell ra-.icetr.
Actcrs' Fund of America, c corporation ort^nltet} under
the laws -if New York. Charlotte M. Martin. Emily B.
Van Amnr.Rc. Cor.iells Van Amringe. John Howard Van
Anuinge Margaret Faucett. r;.-,..g« Faucett. Douglas
Ta\ lor. Charies Frohman. Annie RuseeU Torke. Charles
nichn-an. Ada Rehan. John Drew, Herbert Gresham. Sld
nfy Herbert, Dora F. Lewis, Richard Dorney. Stephen F.
Hart. Mary Florence Hart, and Daniel Frohman. and to
all persons Interested in the Estate of Anne Jan* Oilbert.
late of the Ccunty of New York, d-caned. a' creditors.
legatees, next of kin or otherwise, send greeting: Yt-j
and each of you are hereby cited and required personally
to be and appear before our Surrogate of the County of
New York, at the Surrogates' Court of said County, held
at the County Court House In the County of New York,
on the, eleventh day of December, 190*5. at half-past ten
o'clock in th*- forenoon of that day. then and there fn at
tend a Judlria! settlement of the accounj of proceedings of
Guv Van Amrlnire as sole acting Executor of the Last
Will and Testament of said dec*!, *< d . and such of you as
are hereby cited, as are under the age of twenty-one
years, are required to appear by your guardian, If you
have one. or if you hive none, to apr*w»r and apply for one
to lv« appointed, or in the even*, of your neglect or failure
to do so. a guardian will be appointed by the Surrogate to
represent and act for you In the proceeding. In testi
mony whereof, we ha\e caused the Peal of the Surrogates"
Court of the said Couaty of Sew Ycrk to be hirtunto
affixed. witness, Hon. FRANK. T. FITZGERALD, a
Surrogate of our said County, at the County of New
York, the 30th day of August, in the year of
(1.. ? 1 our Lord one thousand nine hundred and six.
DANIEL J. DOWDNEY.
Clerk of the Surrofrates" Court.
OLIN. CLARK ft PHELPP. Attorneys for Petitioner. No.
31 Nassau Street. Borough of Manhattan. New York
City.
Foreclosure Sale.
SUPREME COURT. COUNTT OF NEW TORK. JO
seph Marx. Plaintiff, against Solomon Miller. Minnie
Mli»-i. Charles Kraser and Ralph E. Kempner. Defen
dants. In pursuance of a judgment cf foreclosure and
sale duly made and entered In the above entitled action
and' bearing date the 10th day of October. 1906. I. the
undersigned, the Referee In said Judgment named, will
sell at public auction, at the Exchange Salesrooms. Nos.
14-lti Ve«ey St.. in the Borough of Manhattan. City of
New Talk, on the Tin day of November. 1906. at 13
yrfock noon on that day, by Joseph P. Day. Auctioneer,
the premises directed by said Judgment to be sold, and
therein described as follows: All that certain lot, piece
cr parcel Of land, situate, lying and being on the south
e:ly fide of Ninety-fifth Street, in th» Twelfth Ward of
the Citj •■■'. New York, bounded and described as follows:
Commencing a* a print en the southerly side of Ninety
fifth Street, two hundred and twenty-four feet and six
Inches westerly from ike southwest corner formed by the
lnterreetlon of the southerly side of Nlnety-flrth Street
and tha westerly side cf Ninth Avenue: running thence
-. ; .v..- and parallel with Ninth Avenue, one hundred
feet and eight an one-half inches, thence easterly parallel
Wit* Ninety-fifth S«r*«t. t««nty feet and ten iach««:
thence northerly and parallel with Ninth Avenue, one
hundred feet anJ eight and one-half Inches to the south
erly side of Ninety-fifth Street, «nd thence along th*
southerly »tde of Ninety-fifth Street. »wenty-four feet and
ten Inches to the point or place of Beginning.
Dated New York. October 12th. 1906.
J. CAMPBELL. THOMPSON. Referee.
SAUL. BERNSTEIN. Attorney for Plaintiff. 149 Broad
way. New York City.
The following is a diagram of »he property to be sold
Its street No. ij 118 West 95th Street.
The approximate amount of the i:en or charge, to satisfy
which the ahove-d escribed property Is to be sold. In
$1.03*51. with interest thereon from tke 10th day of
October. 19«>! together with costs anl a'.l^wanre amount
ing tn SIT?. S3 together wlTh the expenses of the sale.
The approximate amount of the taxes. as«**sm«nts and
water rate?, or other Hens to be allowed to the purchaser
out of the purchase money, or paid by the Referee. Is
f 220 27 an', interest
Dated. New York. 12th day of October MM
J. CAMPB""- THOMPSON. Referee
Su rrogu te*' Notices.
|X PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. ABNER
A «C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County nt New York
r.otl<-» la hereby •-•■ en la a!! persons " havinK c.alms
aicain«t Thomas E Stillmau. late of the County of New-
York. deceased, to pros-r- the tame, with vouchers
thereof, to the s'i ?crir>er<». at thflr r!a^» of transacting
business, the office of th<»ir ■ '■■■•.« Butler. Notrrian
A- Mynderse, No. 54 Wall Street. in the Etoronrfa of
Mar.hnuan. city of New York. «>n or t'ofor<» the ft-«:
day of May next.
t>at^-l New York, the ;."th day oj October ISHS
WILLIAM A TAYLOR
WILLIAM ARMSTRON«
. EDWARD 9 iIARKXESS,
Executors.
BUTLER. MOTMAN £■ MVNT'KRSr.
Attorneys for E-prv'tor?. 51 V.'sl! StrePt. N'-»n- York
Tity^ :
IS PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. AF
:'.<" C Thomas, a scrrosate o* t>"- Coanty of New
York n°tf'-<» Is hereby rKm to nil pcrs"n» h°.*.'.n'
Claims against Ueorse C Cook. late of the County of Nor.
Voik. <leceni-eii. )•> t.r<-r er.t th- ■ -.;.■- with vouchers thereof
to ih» iptwriNr, nt her !.:•■• of ti-nn^actins ivastness.
No. 111 Broadway, in Ihe city of New York, on or fcefoi-
Hie Ml: iia.- "t N"«m>-^r r--xi.
Dated Ne-.v York, the -!th day of Miy IN>
LlZ7.il-: a fOuK. Admlalsi
EIIEPAP.tI & H ir'OHTOX, ill Broadway. New Tort
City. Attorn-ya for administratrix.
IN PURSUANCE OP AN ORDER OF HON FRANK
T. Fltir-'rald. a Sarrojate of Ih*- County of N»-.v
York, notice I? hsreby eh en to all persons bavins « :ai-n*
aralnst Mary L. Wcnestfr, late of the Cmntv .-,f Ne-.v
Ycrk. deoeasei, to ,'•■■■ ■ the yarn* -.»lth voocnara
•>.-■■ to the subscriber, at b!s plao« o( tr-m^a.-tln? h>i«i
r ..« No as Nassau street; »n •'■•■ city oi »t Tork en
cr before the "."th day of Ajirli next.
rated Nev Tork, the 81 Jay cf O^toh»r. l!in<".
El>\yiX ; P.yWORCES rEft. l-;xecutor.
1 PURSCANCK CF AN oopFR OF HON FRANK
T. litzst»raiil. » ?'jr!Oi;ai<» or the County of N*-..-
V rk ■. >tlcr> is hereby riven tv •.. havtnc
claim* asalns: Rotert ?lckels. late of the "■,..-.•>■ of Ne.»
V..IW. £tiMWU .■,:•-•:' tn* .*Hii.e. wttfl vouruan me:eot.
to the ȟbfcrl!.*r at hi< r'.r.cc ot iransactins business No
IS Br»r>-lav Stt<>*t. in the •'■'■> of New York en or be'ore
the Ist day rt December next.
Dated New Yerk, •:■.', „f May ■<»*■■
Ji UIN k l :.■'., :m;K >-,*. „ .
JAMES ARMSTRONG. Arty, for Executor. N>. 7I Nassau
si . X«»
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER of HON \BNFr ••
Thoir.--. a Surrogate .--f th" County „f N>w Torlt
notl«- is hereby niven t.% aU n»r«or.s h!i\in^ ilairns ai;Hirt-='
Adoljii Herrmann, la*- t f »r.» Cov.rity of N>w ■•,-•> de
ceased, to pretepl tha «arre. with voiicHen thereof to the
nubsertben. ai tteli place ->f transacting bttsiaeM ' vos
ni »iv] .•>:: Tr-n:-^ Str»*i. n-r ; i.sl. o- Minna Man "| n the
City of NVw York, m or before »!e Ist .lav of May r.eit
D.i'o.i. New York, tta l«th day rf Octobei 19<»> '
JOSEPH HK.'-mnNN. I.ori.S A HERRMANN Mil -
TON c HKHR'.MNV, rsecutor*. ' ' ' '
tin. iTHBI Ik BAI.PWIN Attorney for ExecnMr<i ••..
Va-tiu St.. BnrntMrti rf Manhattan, New York city '
IN" PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF IIO.V \r
r.»?r C Th'ir.ias. a Surroiate of t!:e County "of N>w
Vert notice is hereby K»>*r. to all pers-ins barms ctartna
rcatr.'t Henry V. FcJer, Lite of the City of Wtesbailen
Kingdom nf !':»>«. Germany. — a-. i to ;ie.<«-ni th*
mm* with vcucbeis tli«-r*cf to thr sLib*crllier. at hi* pluc»
di transacting ouainema. No. S-S" Ur. ajway. rourti of
Brooklyn, in the ' City at :'•■•> Voik. ou tr befiri! t:i«
fifteenth day of l>ecenib?r next.
l.'d'.rJ. New York, the lay of May. lOufl.
FRANK MANN. Ancillary Executcr
MANN .* BtTXCAUM. At! m ■* for AncilUry Executor
>SG I'.rca.lway. r.mnklyn. Now York
McI>ONALJ>. JOHN I-:.— IN PURSUANCE .IF \N
rider of Urn. Atner C Thomas, a Nurrogat* it
lh» <"*ountj . .' New York. Notlr* is hereby giver, to all per
»fn» haitni: eifll .)» sgHlnst John E. Mcl>oiial>). lat* of the
County or .>«?« York, deceased, to present the same with
\ouchere thereof, to the •übs.-rlber. at her place of trans
acting bu»tne*«. tht» former tttlce of John H McDonald
No. 100 Xt si ■.!»»>•. In the City of New York, on or before
the eighth day of February next.
Dated New York, the third .lav of August 19<V\.
R. AL<il BT» McDONAI^D. Administratrix.
BOWERS * SANDS. Attorney! F.Mr Administratrix.
81 Nassau Sreet. Itoiouch of Manhattan, oty .if Yew
York
In PURSUANCE 09 an ORHER OF HON. ABNER
«'. Thoinaa. a 9urtt>B«tt of the rnur.ty of New York
notice la hereby clven to all persons having claims
ajainst An.lrfw n Culver. late of tho fount: of N>w
York. .;.• ■•< ■.- ! to present the same with " vouchers
thereof to the suhsorlber. at its place, of transacting
tui»ln«»«. No 52 Wall Sir-. In th« City of New Tork
on or about the firm da) of Miv next. *
Dated New York, the ■•>■ -nth .lav of October. t>o«
THE SEW YORK LIFE IVSI'RANm ■■• TRUST ' ,-o
Etec itor. 4J Wall Street. N V '
UEVICHI.ET W ROQINSON. atfy for exucutor.
Amusements.
MANHATTAN S p oI bb s aca c
" '•' 3tth Street, near 801 Aye.
O«!C\R lIAMMERSTEIN. Dilator.
SEASON OF GRAND OPERA
IN FRFNCH AND »TaUAH p
COMMENCING MONDAY. DECEMBER ,8P;!, 8 P; !o _-
Suhßrrtptkn Sale for th* jeason Of twenty weeks elo*»
November 22<1. «._,.» •
?al» of .Ann fcr single performances otena Sionoa.. .
November 2rtth _ _ %
uoi (Mir* open Dnllf. d A. M\ to a P. ■'>'•
«V_!_aT* TT#^TPT 31st A SPECIAL. MAT.
JfcilwOlU n ■«»*. to-morrow.
TO-NIGHT— IIRST TIME.
MAY IRWIN
In her net/ Play.
Mrs. Wilson— Tint's All
ny G«*>. V. Kebart.
iJCOT CM?* -AS YE I M.- To-day. 2Sc.
VI CO I trill M>\V." I EXTRA Ma- To-morrow. ;
Surrogate* Sotices.
\THIPTLER. .IOPETH P. — IN PfKSr'AXCE OF AX
\V oi<J«t of Hon. Frank T. FitzxeralJ. a 6urro«ar« I
. ' he County cf New Tork. notice Is hereby «»ven !
lo al pers.ns, navin* c!«tm» against Jcsex- S. \Vhj»tJ#r. ;
1,,, cf ih< Town of I*llo3, *tate of M«nsashiwtt». <■•-
c? ar?d to 1 r«ent Van mm' with voucher, thereof, to th»
.übfcrib.r. Nt til* pla.-e of tramact:»i# bii«!ne.» at th« ,»i ,
office of William W. M-imford. No Ml Broadway Bor
ouch Pi Manhattan. in the City of New T.t*. on at b«ror«
the e*v*ntn day of January next.
Datu) Xe«r York, the 25th of June. 19A
uai^a. 1UI «, Kog3 w WHISTLER. Exwtitor
WILLJVM W. MCMFOP.D. Attorney for Executor, 141 1
Broadway. New Tort City
CJUATJTE. CHRFSTOPHKR C -IN PURSUANCE OF i
O an order of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Eurro-
of the Count>' Of >'" York, notice is hereby given
to all persons havtnff claims « aID ? nT t dece«ld Vo •
Shayne. late of the County of New York, deceased to ;
prtAnt the sarr.e. with vouchers jnereof. to the sub- ,
se-ibT at her place of transacting l*».lness. at tne office
Manhattai CHj I New Yurk. on or oef<»« the l^t.i day
of January next.
Dated New Tor*^., 20- ;^^% J/^ NE^ : ,^ trl ,. .
FORD sr.,l TUTTLE. Attorneys for Kxeciitrlx WO Bioad- ,
way. Boroush of Manhattan. New York City. •
LA MONTAGNE. EDWARD.— PURSUANCE OF
L an order of Hen r>ank T. Fitzgerald, a Surr-xaw
of the County Of Nets fork, notice ■ hereby giver, to all
persons having claims a*a!riit Edward La Montainie. late
I- thTcounty of New York, Aoeecaed. to present the same
with voucher* thereof to the s-ir-s-rU^rs at their pMco
transacting business. Room 90», No. M \MlHam atrejt
in th» Borough of Manhattan, in the City of New York,
on or before th» 3rd day of April next.
Dated New York. the 2Sth day of Sept-mber. 1«»
MAURICE LA MONTAGNE. ERNEST C L.A MON
TAGNE. MARIE T. LA MOXTAGNE. Executory
HURRY & DUTTOS*. Attorneys for Execiitcrs. .8 Wll.tam
st . Manhattan. N. T. City^
In PURSUANCE OF an ORDER OF HON. AB- t
I ne' ,• T v . rra« a Surrogate of the Count* of New
York notice Is hereby *tven to all persons hairing- claims
against Catherine T. Nichols, late of the County of New
York deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof ,
to the subscribers, at their place of transacting business). |
No 49 Wall Street. In the City of New York, on or before ,
the 15th day of December next.
Dated New York, the 18th day of May. 1906.
HERBERT B. NICHOLS.
GRACE N. KERR.
KATE N. STONE.
Executors.
Wl!raer St CanfleM. Attorneys for Executors. 4* Wall |
Street. Borough of Manhattan. New Tori .
ZIMMERMAN. JOHANNA M— IN PURSUANCE OF
Zj an order of H n Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate
of the County of New York, notice is hereby given to
all persons having claims aara!»-«t Johanna M. Zimmer
man late of the County of ' »* York, deceaeei. to
present the same, with vouchers thereof, to the sub
scriber at his place of transacting business, at the of
fice of E. McClure Jaques. Esq.. No. 32 Broadway, In
the City of Now York, on or before the 24 day of April
'"Dated New York, the 24th day si S»p:err.b«r. l»0«.
" OLJ-ERT A. JAN'SSEN.
E McCLURE JAQUES. Administrator.
Attorney for Administrator.
32 Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. N. T. City.
"TILING GEORGE — IN PURSUANCE OF AN
£ order of Hon. Frank T. Mara Til a Surrogate of
the County of New Tarfe. notice is hereby given to all :
persons hiving claims aeainst George P.. Fltn . late of
the City of Philadelphia. State of Pennsylvania, deceased,
to present the same, with voucher* thereof, to the sub- I
scriber, at his place of transacting business, at -he offlee
of Job E He'ge* No. 141 Broadway, In the City of New ,
Tork. on or before the 21st day of March next.
nated New York. September •». 1906.
_>atea. ->ew xur*. • > IX)Cia AUE RBACH. Executor.
JOB E. HEDGES. Attorney for Executor. 141 Broadway.
New York City. _
TN PURSUANCE OF an ORDER OK HON. FRANK
X T Fitzgerald a Surrogate cf th-j Couaty of New
York notice 1b hereby given to all persons i a.vl^.g
claims against Fannie B. Ke!lo«g. late of the County of
New York. d*cea«etl. to present the same with vouchers j
thereof to the subscriber, at his place of transacting :
business at the office of Percy Jackson. N0. .31 N»*sau ;
Street, in the Borough of Manhattan, tn the City of New ■
York, on or before the 22nd day of November, next. Dated
New Yrrk. the 11th day of May. I."**.
FRFPERFK K. TF.OWBRIPGE. Executor.
PERCY JACKSON. Attorney for Executor. 81 Nassau
Street. Borough of Manhattan. N. T. City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. AB-
X ncr C Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
York, notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims 'against John H. Murphy late of the County of
New York deceased, to present the same with v:>u:h-r»
thereof to the subscriber, at his place of trar-sacting
business, at the office of John A. Anv.:n4son. his att >rr.ey
No 146 Broadway Boro of Manhattan. In the City or
New Tork. on or before the 12th cay of February next.
Dated New York, the 2nd cay of August, 1908.
EDWARD F. MURPHY. Administrator.
JOHN A. AMUNDSON. Attorney for Administrator. No.
148 Broadway. Borouuh of Manhattan. New York City.
IrHROST. ISAAC T.— PURSUANCE OF AN 08
1 der of Hon. Abr.er C. Thomas, a Surrogate of t.-.e
County of New York, notion !• hereby given to ail persons
having claims asalnst Isaac T. Frost. late, of the County
of New York, deceased, to present th* same, with Touchers
thereof to the subscribers, at their place of transacting
business viz , at th» office of Rlteh. w-oiford. Bovea «
Butcher No. IS Wall •treet Borough of Manhattan. City
of New York, on or before the Ist Jay of February. :6or.
"dt-d New Tork. July 17th. 19^'fl.
* c"x BOVEE. THOMAS FROST. Executors.
RITCH TVOODFORD. BOVEE 4 BUTCHER. Attorneys
for Executors. No. 1* Wall Street. Borough of Man
hattan. New York City.
IN rUR c U*N'CE: or AN ORDER OF HON. AB
rer c Thomas, .-. Surrojate of th« County cf Kaw
York nctlce is heretv given t<> all persona aavln;
claims against Cella Baohrach. late of the County of New
Tork deceased, to present. th« »anie with vouchers there
of to the subscribers at their place of transacting business
■ t the Offle* cf Heyn and Covlnr ton. No. CO Wail Street.
Borough of Manhattan. In the i R) of New Tork. on or
before the 30th day of Novemb«r next
Da'.td New York, the 17th day of May. 1906.
JULIUS GOLDSCHMTDT. HERBERT A. HEYN. Ex
ecutors.
HETN AND COVINOTON, Attys. for Executors. 60
Wall St.. Borough of Manhattan. New Tork City.
OMITH C\THARINE T.— IN PURSUANCE OF AN '
£1 orri^r of Hon. Abner c. Thomas, a Surrogate of
*^ County of New York, b-arin* dat» May 13. MM
Botlc* Is hereby Riven to all persons having claim*
.e-ainst Catnariri? T. Smith, late of th» County cf N-w
York. deo»r»s»d. to present tha same, with vouchers |
thereof, to tne subscribers, at thalr place of transacting
tiis!neas, at the law otfee o? John A Amundsen. No. 148
Krcaiway Boro ich of Manhattan. In the Ctty of New
York on cr t-fere t^-e 21st Jay of Nrvember. ii>oa
Dated Sew Tork. the l«th Jay ol May. lfr»M.
JOHN H. MURPHY. JOHN A. AMUNDSON. JOHN E.
KTILI.wr.I.L. Executors.
John A Amundson. Attorney for Exe.-utors. No. let
Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
1 tHURfH. FRANCIS I". —IN PURSUANCE Of AN ■
\j ■ i--..-r of llTt. Abn»- C Th'-ma>>. a Surrogate ■ ♦
ti.rs.ns ha'vir.s '-!a:r.i« a«raln«t Francis P. Church. la of
bitt I I ' resx lare al .
the Count, of New Tork. de>-ea«ed. to present the same
with vouchers thereof to the subscriber at h!s pise© of
transacting l,u«:nt<!. at th» office of Norman J. Mann
No 7<t William s>!r-<>t. in the City pf New York, on or I
before the Of.'.h day o.* J:'.-uarv next.
Pat New Ycrk. the 2">th day of July. 1906. 1
JtkHN A CHURCH. Executor. ;
NORMAN J MARSH Attorney for Executor, No. 78 ■
street. 8.-rotish of Manhattan. New Tor* City. |
CJAUTONSTALI* FRAXCI3 — IN FCRSTAXCE OF [
£■» an Wi« >! the !!• r. Abr.^r C Thomas, a Sur- |
t>-c3te of *h« Cecnty *t Yew York, n^ttc* t» h?r*by ;
'».,,,! t • -n ' ptraona » havlr.s ■>»! asninst Francis O. '
SftUonstaU, l*:e of th<- County of N*w York. -e«»*J. j
to present th* tarn*, with vouchers thereof, to the Bub- !
M-ribers. at their . „.-» of transacting business, at tha \
vflle* of J. W. A 1. P. Howe. No 52 Broadway. Borough, j
of Xlanhatt.-in., City v! -*.'ew York, on or before th* First !
day of !>• «■! " I."*
l-air.i New V '... May 22n!. SMS
XL.LA B. 9AI.TONSTAra»
SAMUEL T. GILFORD.
Executors.
I. W. * J. P. It- ■»•. Attorneys for ET*»cutor». 5^ llro:iJ
way. uorouch of Maahattae, N-w York City.
IN PVRSt* AXCE OF AS ORDER ..." HON. AB
net C Tsiomaa, a Porrocat* of tha Cocnty of Nm
\crn. nctl" '.sherehv given t> a!! r^rsor.s bavtas
claliTis ai;2in>t John Eirm^n: Sonerinerhnrn. lato of th«
County of New York, deceased. t-> pres^n: th* same with
vouchers th» r >f to the subscribers at their r!^,-« of
tran'aitir.!; ' •.»lne«« at i>* < rn<» of Alfred E. Schermer
horn. n ■ : iTnsr 4^nl SI — • . in The City of New York, on
or before tn.- rV«t <c!ay t>? Febroary next.
Date.! N-- Y.-rk •*» i>»th <lay of July. lnoft.
KATIE T. SCHKRMERKORN JOHN E. IIOOSKVELT.
JAMESON COTTISO. HARRY D COOPER, \UR!Hi E.
BCBCnMfcRHOKX, FZxvvijtors
UEunOF C KOB ■ Attnrnev fir x ■ jtor«,
44 Wall Street. New Ycrk City.
Ml J.-IN WMISUANPE OF AX
.ir.!.r of Hon. Aboai C. Tbomaa, a Surmntn of
Is* County .it X*-* York, notice \* hen by «!ven to All
t^rsona ha\ir.s -l^irrs asatr^t J^scprt .1. Miyro«. Uta
of the County of New Yotls. •l-v-as.-rf. to prrsaai th«\am«
»ith voiwhw* thfT»i.f to ih« ►utafr.tvr. at !'•» place of
tmnaa I . bus:i ess. at Nr. M> Un-ainray B>irnu«h of
JIj!.:..i;:;i::. in the «"i:y of N*w YcrU on or before It*
'..■ cay -„f Cebruar) n.»»t.
Datei Ni-w Ycrk. the ISth <I.iy of July 160 C.
t.Nlu\' TULS'i' COMPANY OF" XMV YORK.
Executor
Miller. Kins. L*&» A Trufford. Attorneys foi Executor
.•h* Brtiadway, tioroush of Marnaitan. New York City.
IS riKSI^N OF AN ORDER OF lION AtTl
i J ncr f. Tbuma*. ;» Surrogate of tn» County of New
York, nnti-^ i< h-r.^v ii>en to all persons having claims
against Cleorse ..jtlr: UorJon. late of the County of New
York, deceased. «,> ••ni th* •••! r. with vouchers
thereof. ti> t!ie »übscrlbrr at It* p'.aoe of tran»acttn< huil
■*•«. Si 2S Wliliam Street, in the City of New York oo
M brftre the '. Jny cf January next.
Dated New York, the .ir t day of July If»^V
TUB FARMERS" LOAN AM' TRUST COIIPAST.
TL-RNF^. X.M.ST >.N * HORAN Attorney, fof^i^u'or
JZI William Street. New York. urer -
IN PUKSVANCi; oy '■. ORDER OF HON. ABNKU C.
ThOBMa, :i surr> gate of the tVunty of New York"
notice is her»hy glv^n t> all iw* ni having claims against
John \V, Miller. !are of thr «ounty pf NVw York, de
ceaspj. to prr«ent the tamo with vouchers thereof to the
subscriber, at hl« place of tranaactusg business, the of
fices ■' Fitch, Moora £ Swan. No .*« Pine Street, in Ike
City cf New York, on or before tho 20th Jay of April
DatsiJ New York, the I,sth lav of October. IjOA.
_,_ >i, »./^>. WALTER E. HOrOHTON. Executor.
FITCH. MOORE & SWAN. Attorney* for Executor. M
. i Now Turk clly
HEAL BSTATS FOB SAtt ..««....:...
Amusements.
■EV mSTEROIW r r u , RK - -^3
<..AW * KR'.AVffIR »r^^»nt
MR. K>RBES-ROBERTSON
MISS GERTRUDE ELLIOTT
1 CAESAR — CLEOPATjA^^
Broadway *?*?:«*. . ••;
wiSci Illr PHINtE OF Kdm
LI3EBTY rfli «Sr^3
EXTRA MATI.VEE TO-MOkAOi* 1 "" t
ELEANOR R.OBSON
NURSE M.RJOPIE •• -
ME.NT TRAOEPT • Mlm Robson In bota bC*
DALY S THE.%. ***»" and lnth ■«• X ■», i~T
*/«U I O Mat» W-4 A Rat. an ET«»ct!on D.t
EXTR.% MATIXEJE TO-MORROW '
Wednesday Matin-.*. Bett Seat. «IJO
RICHARD CARLE k ;-^gS
I VICTOR HERBERT T^
_>IgHT_J___A.ND HIS ORCHE.STB.V; 1 3^
NEW YORK THEA ' B*way A g'»»ia
lL * "**"■ Mat* Tw>». TV-d. S»t. B«t *eat,*L
EXTRA MATINEE TO-MORBOW .
6MMMI M. COHAN'S Umlral rim*
45 MINUTES FROM B'WAV
With TAX TE.MPLETON And Original Ca«t
EMPIRE eT^^m^tV,^^^
iau* 1 ?^ MATINEE TO-MORROW . .' l
JOHN DREW In A. W. Piaerar. '
Q A \/rW THEATRE. 34th Bt. an<lß-«3
OM YJbdJ Ev " *|| Mat * T:--. «"<l3u"
EXTRA MATINEE TOOIOKROW
KYRLE BELLE W B A^H
r.an -■•>■» New . •-rr.«4y V^J !
gab rick Ev*«. * -13 Mats Tn»i * -■?
wm."gYlleti"e * **
W^GILLETTE^^
HUDSON V^sF^il^lF*^
mis week TUtS., WED. & SAT.
THE HYPOCRITES
CKIIhRIMN ;w W «, i4;h^
EXTRA M\r I> L TO-MORROW *"* "*
HATTIE WII.LL4m» I II II F TUT Din
In th- Great Musical Play. «-• *• LL CHERUB
JAMES BLAKELET. TOX WISE «ad 7» o;h «l-
WALLACK'S „ Bro r l , w - %y * nc ~~
l*ajL t:U Mats. Ties and «»t
EXTRA 3IATXVEE TO-MORROTT
SAM BERNARD „ ES^^l
KNICKERBOCKER. Broadway ana 3 »• Slre . t
Er*ntns;s i:ls. Mats. To-m->rrtw aad *-- ■■■ -
MONTGOMERY & STONE &*ȣ.
LYCEUM Mats . TlMa Thurs. aa<JSa.t. tS
EXTRA M.%TTNEE THE LIONS THE MOOSE
to-mokkow Ini LiUn 4 I nt Wuudt
I?-?;" BURTON HOLMES SKB
"▼eawvtua and th* Eruytlom of 1J9«."
HjPPOOBOME
Ehubert & Anderson . .. Managers. S
4 SCCiEII GIRGUS Sixth. ar«..4M ;.\i
ouultll blnbuo ggRS-*aSB
POSITIVELY LAST 3 WEEKS \
< A-INO. B way '*U5i th - Mats To-tn'w. Thurs. (k Sat
JAAtES T. POWERS la TITE BXCE MOOS.
•Exce..a«n Songs; Sure to be Popular. I '—Herald
PRINCESS. sTi-irs. 9JO Mats Tomorrow. Thur». i 3at
\ > • • i i > Divide
3. Be. Tuea. NTi :i Sa , T?^
AIXA y.lzDlO^*. in HEDPA GABLgR^
\ I YRlfi 42 £JH-I r .. ci ?' wmy Tel. !»« Brvait
\ I ill V Err*- 3:15- Mats. T>«iorrr>» * v* r
» LENA ASITWEXI. in THE SHEXAMTTE.
LEW U---IJ SQUARE. B way * 33th. T»l. Z*6S~H.
nTlDirlafaV Mat*. It>-morn>w * Sat.
AIX ST.UI CO. la ABOUT TOWN.
MAJESTIC. B*war a s«th. TeX 3500 Cols. Et , l:li
Mats. To-m-w. TUC TniiPICTQ Sunday Conc»rt»
-Wed. Jt 9at. Int. I UUnlO I 0 Mat and NIgSU.
MATS. Bog. Uot. Ncr» IS. 9al» Thura.
MRS. LEMOTXE In PTJTA PASSES.
LINCOLN 80. ! 8i 5&2i%* t> (if f^TI
B-Uay A< »th iV I * Sat. J:U. (T&3 LCT3 BOiltj
ECAR>"EGTE HAXI* 'TH AYE. A 57TH
LMENDORF SSI
MACXinCEST TELEPHOTOORAPS* ; J
IX COLOR AND MOTION PICTXTR23. • I
5 SUNDAY EVENINQsf
AT 8:15 SHARP. HI
HOLLAND NOT. I*4
THE RHIVK. ■, ....... • ■■
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NORTHERN ITAtT _... - „. OKI <
SOUTHERN IT.VLT - I
Tickets, fl.sa Si 'J3CV 90a. On sala This VT#iamtß I i
CABX £O I E HAI. X . I
BOSTON s Taiir»W £Teoin«, i . " I'!
0 U O J U il ICoveinber Bth. aTTIs.
aitimiiAtiu Saturday A^temooa.
SYMPHONY _ Wov,mb«r lOtJj. at Z.3X
ORCHESTRA - Karl Muck
Et&ta, $3 to )30.. it 80x.021.ce. "«.- (iv xn. I
Hotel), and Luckharit & B«I<S«r. 19 S. :*■>. St. * f
CABXBonc «AXS»
ErSEfrAY EVENIKO. JfOVSiCBXX "THi '; Q
ROSENTHAL
Th» X. T. Sympbocx Orobeatn. . \
Walter Oamroech w. ................ .......Ca0iW*»
Manaaremant ...................H«ir7 TTnf.li si
Reserved seats. 53. 90 to 7 So. at ttw C»r=^!» K^. tm
Office and at l> Hast ITta 9tr»«t.
Th« W«ber Plan* Caed.
HAMMERSTEIN'S 4X %?2?srt2* -
Doily Mate.. XARXCS LoaSca Oa. "A V'-sM a »
SSe udH(. s;-a=i« of Loo^os." foa An». •*•>
Election Return* (ram Staa** Tuea. N^ii
UAOI/CTT Br. » » T«*»as. Tlwaa, A 3»s,M»
nAtmCI I3J Month. Q fli.LltnT^ «
HMa.«:iit,vr ofVwtf. lIOSS dull! Chori» !*♦■
ACADEMY OF SIC. XHh St. * tr*B4 »
—EXTRA. matin =xjcc«w» DAT—
MR. MANTLLL *<£££?*
Men.. Tuee., Tv"ed night. X*D«a. ai»»,.^.j£cnAE3 "-
Wednesday JU::n» «....i ?'"'-*
Thurs.. Fri.. Sat., Sat Mat. JKOa -S4»
Price*. 23c to : v->. Mats. tT»I A But. 2. Ev». *
MANHATTAN^-— A fiflACt GEO*
B«av By is Sat.. 2:UL i -CLOTH M.*_
ASTORP— — -FlolAF IOIA Allß
111 §«££.> Garlotta Nillson-^Tliflgflfa
BELASCO Wvit^SaSLaJr" J^fS
IAN CHE BATES f n ' < oldii> L if < Sr
\J „ mi Btophaarta. aad »ti«»
II II 1 linn IM\T9 I 3tr. Robert HEllanltg*
MMgr t irr.iT*'
GARn-lM IHEiTRE : .-^ JXI
Clay Clement in THE NEW DOMINI* I
— J .... rtrst Tim* ta !»•<» York.
P¥F MIDI BUTTERFLY !;
.nyivr PL\CE TIIE.VTKE. To-n l *" iSSt^J
ELECTION DAY FOOTBALL
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY v, RUTGERS COU^ f|
i WEBER'S %AT% AT TO-NIGHT P&H
AMERS BRITISH BAND,.,}
. . ->»ny Returns fo» » aWel ,
I TWIODLE-TWAQQLE S^^S
Murlo Dre^ler. Jo* We*e« and 199 oO»»f» ;.
a " # », Seats on sUU Thursday. •t. J
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!i?r* 1? V wosiD in wax. sjwstai JJJJr iV!
1t D t 111 CI.NEMATOOK.vni E»e«7 H f&» [ |1
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