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INVITATION TO CONTRACTORS.— SEVENTH ANT> ClgM:i Av*«ue and Jerome Avenue Subway R~t« The •".;> of New Tork (hereinafter ''ailed The City) artlne byit« Board of Ra,Md Transit Railroad ."ornir.l* sioners (hereinafter called the Heard) contemplates build- Ins: a rapid transit railroad aJcr.g the route* described **»!?■ t«il« aJlwrlliimian The City lnv!t»« proposals to oonrtruct nuch railroad upon the routes and In accordance with ? detailed plans ■na^r--"'— ""- alopted therefor. Ouch ssasßßßali may '•--'«• i '•'•■•• I for any one or more . of the fifteen separate parts of which ( such railroad conslats a« hereinafter «at-d. The poln 1-'1 -' within the City between ■Mai the Eaid ,i rart* of the said road are to run cnl •■•■ ••'. to I* follow, d are briefly as follows. twxinntag at the s .utterly end of the ea'.d route* and con tinuing to the northerly end thereof: nsttery Section «-I>-l: Begin, at a terminal under g? »«*"2 rark and then runs northerly under Oreenwlrh «n|»Mo a point thirty feet north of the northerly sUe of Morris "se^Usn 4-D =: r.eglr.. at the northerly end of Section 4-D-l and runs northerly under «rt-enwlch Street and West Rnwsdway to the centre line of •'hambere "**£■ Thi* Section srtll also Include v.hst is designated as the liaiclay Street Loop. r.rther.y er.d ■« <c»*-t!on Section 4-C: liepins at tl.e northerly cr.d of 4-I> -2 and runs northerly under West Broadway to V eat Been, .t th* northerly end of Sector. 4-C uivi runs under Washington Square to the I n i e ™f c tioT, or trover* P'sce and MeDODRkU Street and then tinier prtnte property to <*h Avenue near the corner or Clinton Place, and then under C.reenwirh ■ l.ue to West 11th fctrert It then j-a-^s un.ier private property to a point near ih* corner of 7th Avenue and West I-*" Street ir.d continues northerly under 7th Avenue to a point about half way betueen 2".ih and the northerly end of Bectlon Se-ti.m 4-O-I: Begins at the northerly end of c*«'°" 4-U »>»! runs northerly under 7th Avenue to the southerly 1 Krcitori 4-O-3: ■ Re«rln« at the northerly end of S* ol '?} 4-O-1 and runs northerly to the northerly side or 4M Stiett. passing under the existing subway. Section 4-O-3: Is an alternative for Section ♦"<'-- « begins at the northerly cnJ of faction 4-O-1 ani runs northerly so an to afford a «uttab!» connection extending; under 7th Avenue at Broadway or Tiroes Square to a rK.lr.t near 43i Ptr'et where a Junction can be made with the existing subway. _._« Fection 4-A: logins nenr the Intersection of the centra Jlne of 7th Avenue, with the northerly line of 43d Street at the northerly md of Section 4-O-2 nbove described. and runs thenoe northerly under 7th Avenue to the rvntral Park ar.d ther.c* under the Central Park to <>;n-ral Park Yl'est. near the intersection of CM Street. Section 4-AA-l: r.egir.s at the northerly end cf Section 4-A and runs thcnc«- under Central Park West to about the centre of the Plara at the intersection of Central Tcrk West with HOrh Street. Section 4-AA-2: Begins at the northerly end of Section 4-AA-l and runs northerly under Eighth Avenue to a point between 14»th and !r.Oth Streets. It then rvns under Macomb's Lane to ISSd Street and forma a loop vnrter I&4Ui Ftreet and private property, coming back to Eighth Avenue. It also Includes a spur running north erly al.w.e Eighth Avenue to a point about half way be tween 354 th and l»th Streets. . Section IS A: Begins at the northerly end of Section 4-AA-2 and runs thence northeasterly under Eighth Aye- Bu« and "rlvate- property to and under the Harlem River. end under private property in the Borough of The RronK 4» a point under 162fi Street west of Ocden Avenue It ♦hen continues easterly under l<!2d Street and private jwopcrty to a point In the westerly side of Jerome Avenue about opposite Its Intersection with the centre line of 164 Ui Street, produoed. and thence continues under Jerome Avenue to a point about half way between 164 th and 16T.th Streets. P«ctlon 13--AA-1: Begin* at the northerly end cf 6eo tlon '• A and runs northerly under and along Jerome Avenue to a point about half way between 184 th Street and Forflham Road. Section lt-AB-l: Begin* at the northerly end of Sec tion J5-AA-1 and runs northerly under Jerome Avenue to the point of Junction of Jerome Avenue with Wocdlawn Road opposite the Woodlawn Osmetery. • Octions 4-H-l and 4-H 2 hereinafter described are eJiernatlves for Sections 4-C. 4 B. 4-O-1. 4-O 2. 4-O-S and 4-A above mentioned. If the said mix last mentioned eertione, or any of them, are contracted for. Sections 4-H 1 and 4-H-2 will not be included In the contract for which propo#.'ils are now invited. Pection 4-H-I: Begin* at the northerly end of Section 4_r>_£ above described and runs northerly under Hudson Street to a point between 11th Street and Bank Street, and then under Eighth Avenue to the northerly line of 2Sd Street. faction 4-H-2: Begin* at the northerly end of Section 4-H-l and run* northerly ucfler ISghth Avenue and Cen tral Park West to the point near the Intersection of 62d Street at which the northerly end of Section 4-A above described Is located. The general plan of construction calls for a railroad placed In subway or tunnels. The road Is Intended to be operated by electricity or seme other power not requiring combustion within the tunnels, and the motors are In tended to be capable of moving trains at a speed not less than forty miles per hour for long distances, exclusive of ■tor's. There will be four tracks from the terminal In Battery Park to about 150 th Street. There will be two tracks In the Macoml/s Lane Loop and two tracks from 1*0: h Street and Eighth Avenue northerly under the Harlem River and Jerome Avenue. There will be a «!nrle-track loop constituting a part of Section 4-I)-2 which will begin under West Broadway at a point near Murray and Warren Streets and then pass tinder private rroperty, Greenwich Street and Barclay Btreet to a i»Mr.t near the northwest corner of West Broadway end Barclay street. Suitable stations as shown ■'•»> the detailed plans, to- j l^tr.er with crossovers, turnouts- and siding* as may be necessary, lire also to be provided. T;>e tracks are to be of standard gauge. The tunnels tre to have a height of Mt less than 18 feet In the clear: and » maximum width of 15 feet for each track. «e»-pt et stations, curves, Ac. where the width may be Increased. The roof of the tunnels Is generally to be a* near the surface of streets as street conditions and grades SHU permit, but will be depressed whenever necessary to avoid grade crossings as well as where approaching the Harlem River. The roof and sides of the tunnels will be of Iron or eteel and masonry. Entrance* to stations wilt In genera] be placed within private property, rights in which will be acquired for the purpose. Construction is to be generally carried on by mears nt tunnelling or excavation under cover, except as may be otherwise specially provided In the contract, or in places » here the Board shall give express permission to con struct by open excavation. In Battery park. Washington Square and Centra! Park, or other places under the Juriydictlon of the Department of Parks, all trees in jured (■■. destroyed In the course of construction are to be replaced by the contractor under the direction and to the satisfaction of said Department. The Board has included in the detailed r"ans for con rtructlon. provisions for pipe galleries through and along the principal longitudinal rtreeu except In those portions described above as Section 15- A and a j,art of Section Elds fcr the construction ef the railroad on any one or more of these Sections must be accompanied by bids for the construction of the pipe galleries appurtenant to such •ectinn or eectiony; and if not so n panted will not lie considered by the Board. The Board reserves the right to accept a bid for the construction of any section of the P.nllrnad and at the same time to reject the accompany bid for pipe galleries. If proposals satisfactory to the Board are received for the construction of one or more of the several parts of th* road as above described, the Board may contract (sub— Ject to the approi-al of th» Board of Estimate and Ap portionment as provided by law) for those parts for vhlch satisfactory proposals are received, reserving the right to make a separate contract or separate contracts thereafter for the remaining part or parts. A fuller description cf the fill routes is set forth and ether requirements, provisions, details and cation a are (•«>•! m the printed form of contract now on n!e in the on - of the Board. No. 220 Broadway. Borough of Manhattan, end In the detailed drawings therein re ferred to, at which oHee copies of the contract and of tie form of bond and contractor's proposal may b« had on application. The contract drawings may be Ir.r;»ctel at the same offline. The printed form of contract and the detailed drawings are to be deemed a part of this In vitation. . The worts "the Railroad" wherever used hereafter In this Invitation are to be construed to mean th« part or part* Included in any contract entered into in pursuance at roof. Payments to the contractor for construction will be made monthly as the work proceeds, as provided in the form etjeoßtrcct. The work V construction Oncludlng ripe galleries and the additional tracks and terminal facilities above men tioned) Is to be com «' <l as °°n as practicable, and within the periods mentioned I . the form of contract. Proposal* may be submitted for construction alone* or at the option of the bidder, for construction equipment! maintenance and operation, ' i«mih. In case a eatiyfactory proposal Is received from any ■«■•". firm or corporation to construct, equip maintain and operate the Railroad, the contract will provide for maintenance and operation for a term of twenty years and fora renewal thereof for a further term of twenty year* from the expiration of tho original term nil a* •tated In the form of contract; the contractor^' pay an annual rent for th* us* pf the Railroad which shall be e^ertalned a* tat.-d In the form of cr.ntract and which ►hall begin as coon as ary portion of the Railroad shall be decUrri by th * ncar<J to ** ready for operation ' jKe*U«* bid* or propotals will he received nt the said alttre of the Board, at No. *?• Brottdwav noron-h «» EMS. 2 ty . uf , rS? th - 22 h ro dd IJl!I Jl! I April. l!»7. at tn-elve o'clock noon, at whit-h tin,'- Proposals ,ha« be In the form prescribed by the Board. Sard. of which may be obtained at the office * oftt. n*ch proposal tr.tat be «f|med and acknowlerir.4 .«« ftUo verified <by an affidavit of the bidder °or If It bT2 <rnK>ratloa then by an efflcer thereof) to the effect ttat ggSar-srs ?xl^ 'wiifbeTHnH stfSSW ffSt rn^ber^rSrm §?^^&~£ fickpnt <!elivei-y at,<J notlee to the bMder o " me<l * ■« that fact; and if the bld™er\hal! bY 1 J^rS !llUni - t| J' •»«• ehail be submitted a certified c^y ef ns^erti^e'^f' mmmmm SSf^-^H^^FSoF 5'5 ' otherwlee In or tn the perfurmanceVf rhl'«* .khol<l. khol<l ' r - cr the »uM|.!l»a. work or hu« n«l tn »kt h.. , Il>t ' " r in **Z.I? nlcn «* lh * ' iroCts thereof relatea. or in ecs«lruct pip* gallerle*. Tl ey m. v twJLJ^" h th *' wl:I ti«ej tipon el. her the a^uice^r^iicVirn^ ll r Co^' i^ The Prtee stated for tne construction of each wm.r.t. ■art et«J! Include the rvrnisbrer nt «ii ~i.. zi , ••"•*•*• performa-iee cf sll Uibor r*ju:slte . to Tth? V* th .tructlon cf «uch part. Including a:: iewer aSa^tr^ *° n * ftrocuca and reeonstrucUon and cAeTw^rkfcau*^^. On " Jndfiental to th* corjrtructlcn of tST.S?-?^ J^ ?r? r th* proposed form of contract. •*•■** out la Bidder, who aatmiit proposals to construct atd also ta StMSra"«SWSS?- to "- -^^JSSberore <A> An estimate of the cost of the mrlnasiin o- --- — ni'QSrt upon which th. propoeal I* WiiT^L Urn gaipiinF include, motor*, car*, machinery power kousm all real ert*ie upon which any such power nrnuea a*e!l atand. ralto. tie., baJltst. telephone and telwwb g"WfJ>'!*;. cad other real and personal property as epeS ■M la Che term of contract Such equipment la t<TvJL Msam tte property of the contractor, but wli: be subject •» a Uesi of tee City to secure performance by the con ■gatc-agaP tsie obligations of tiie contract. Including the aajrsjMat of renui under th. lease during !U «BtK terra ir.fi «urtng aay extension tlierecf. •»*•»» 1 , SP."***. ■■■«&»«■»«■»* <«x>t to exceed rive <*at»> which VUI be t*erg*d a »ir.jle paesengw for a continuous rIS fv.- the whoie or any paA of It* Railroad. [ft Wbtt tra Mm mi f*W!m over i-as:?.-..;. coo- Public Noticeg. meting or to connect with the Rapid Transit Railroad the contractor will assure to the City, specifying separately In Schedule A forming pert of the proposal th« connecting lines over which a continuous trip rhall be assured to pas sengers for a -ingle fare not exceeding: five cents without change or car»- In Schedule B forming part cf the pro posal the connecting iines <ov«rr which a continuous trip ■ball be assured to passengers for a single fare not ex ceeding five; cents, but with or without change of carsat th* option of the contractor; and In Schedule C forming part of the proposal the connecting line over which a continuous trip shall be assured to passengers with cr without change of cars at the option of the contractor, for faxes exceeding five cents per trip but within limitations °No proposal' will be allowed to be withdrawn for any reason whatever after it shall hay* been deposited with the Hoard. . — - Th» Board !s not obliged bjr law to accept any of tre proposals received by It but may reject all »uch proposals an.l ready. rtlse. or may accept any of such proposals *• will in the. judgment of the Board beat j.ron;.«.- the public Interest and award a contract or contracts accordingly, Fubjeot to approval by the Hoard of Kstlmate and Ap portionment et required by law. If any part or part* of the road are not contracted for. the Hoard reserves the right to make a separate contract or separata contract* thereafter for the remaining part or parts. The award of tre contract or contracts (If awarded) will be made by the Board within fifteen days after the opening of the pruposais. The bidder or bidders whose proposal shall be accepted shall in person or by duly authorized representative attend at the raid office of the Hoard within ten days oft»r the delivery of a notice by tie Board that the proposal is accepted end that the con tract in approved by the Hoard of Estimate and Appor tionment; and such 'letter or bidders shall then deliver a contract In the form referred to. duly erecuted with Its execution duly proved. At the time of the delivery of a contract, the contractor will be required to furnish security to the City as follows: «1) By depositing In cash or approved securities for each part of thp ror.d for which the contract is made the fol lowing amcunts, Ms: For Section 4-D-l, twenty-flva thousand dollars; for Bectlon 4-D-2. fifty thousand dollars: (or Section 4-'\ one hundred thousand dollars; for Section 4-B one hundred thousand dollars; (or Eeotion 4 <»-l. sixty thousand dollars; for Section 4-O-2; twenty thousand liars: (or Section 4-O-3. twenty thousand dollars; for Section 4-A. one hundred thousand dollars: for Section 4-AA-l. two hundred thousand dollars! for Section 4-AA-2. two hundred thousand dollars; for Section 15-A. sixty thousand dollars; for Action 15-AA-1. one l.undred thousand dollars; for section IS-AB I. one hundred thousand dollar*! for Section 4 HI. two hundred thousand dollars; (or Section 4-H-2. one hundred and seventy-live thous and dollars. If th» contract covers two or more parts of the road, the deposit shall be the njrfrr«gate of the deposits re quired in respect cf each of the several parts contracted for. (2) By riving- a bond In a penalty equal to th« amount of the deposit as above required. At the option of the contractor, cash or approved securities may be deposited instead of giving a bond. If securities are deposited for any purpose under this contract, they must be of the character of securities In which Savings Can's* may Invest their funds and must be aprroivcd by the Hoard. Bondi must be In one of the forms annexed to the form of contract. In addition and ;:s further security to the City, ten per cert, of i ■... amount certified from tlm» to time to be due to the contractor will Le retained until the Railroad Is complete*. Each bidder must state In his proposal the names and places at business of the proposed sureties on the bond proposed to be given, and describe any securities pro posed to be deposited. Bidder* whose proposals are otherwise satisfactory to the Hoard may. In case the sureties or securities named by them are not approved by the Bonrd. substitute in their proposals the names of new sureties or a different schedule of securities approved ly the Hoard; but such substitution must be made within five days after notice of disapproval by the Board, unless this period Is ex tended by the Board. In case of failure or neglect to execute and deliver the contract or to make the required deposit or to execute and deliver the required bond, such bidder or bidders will, at the option of the Board, be deemed either to have made th» contract or to have abandoned the contract. In the latter cai>e the Board sltal! give notice thereof to the e'e fauJtlng bidder cr bidders. And the Board may there upon proceed to make another contract with such. if nny. of the original bidders, as. In the opinion of the Board. it will bo to the best interest of th* City to contract with, or may by new advertisement invite further proposals. The defaulting bidder or bidders shall thereupon be liable to the City for all loss and damage by it sustained, includ ing: the excess. If any. of the amount it shall pay any other contractor saner the amount of the bid of such <!« faulting bidder or bidders and without abatement by reason of any Increase of rental which such excess may produce to the City. Every proposal must, when rubm'ttetf. b« enclosed in a staled envelop? endorsed "Proposal for Constructing Rapid Transit Railroad (Seventh Avenue Route. *•<• ) Sections •• and must be delivered to the Board or to Its Secretary: and In the j.re»enc» of the person offering the proposal it will be deposited in a sealed box In which ell proposals will be deposited. No proposals will be re ceived or deposited unWn accompanied by a certified check drawn upon a National or State Bank or Trust Comnanv within the C'.tv of New Tor* an. l satisfactory to the Board. payable to the order of the Comptroller ft the City of New Tork. for an amount equal to ten per cctit. of Ihr drpoKit above required to be made upon the delivery of a contract for construction of the. Section or Bectlons of tha proposed. Rapii Transit Railroad to which such proposal relate*. If the Board shall give notice to any bidder that his or Its proposal Is accepted and the contract Is approved by the Board of Estimate anil Apportionment. an<) If the bidder shall fall wltrln ten days thereafter or within such further period. If any, a* may be prescribed by th» «rd, to execute and deliver the contract and make the deposit In cash or securities, and to execute and deliver the bond with sureties, then this lavitation to Contractors and propo«ai accepted as fores 'i Id shall be a contract binding the bidder to pay to the City the damages by it sustained by reason cf such failure, and In such ease the bidder hereby absolutely asstena t« the City the ownership of the check accompanying his or Its proposal as a payment on account of such damages. Such check must not be enclosed In the sealed envelope containing the proposal, but must be separately delivered to the Board or to Its Secretary, who will give a proper voucher for the deposit. All such deposits made by bidders whose proposals shall not be accepted *by the Board will be returned to the per son or persons maJcln* the tame within five days after the contract shall be executed and delivered. The deposit rt the successful bidder or bidder* will be returned when the contract Is executed and its provision* as to security are complied with. tht: board of rapid transit KAIUtOAD COMMIPSIONERS FOR THE (3TT Or* NEW YORK. By • A. E. ORR. President. UION L. BL'KROWE. Secretary. X EW TORK 6LTREME COITRT. 0> Ninth Judicial Dittrict HILL VIEW RESERVOIR. Section JCumber 1. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE / »POIN*TMENT OF COMMISSIONERS' OF appra*«al. WEBTCHESTEE COUNTT. Public notice la hereby given that It la the Intention of the Corporation Counsel of the City of New York to make application to the Supreme Court of the State of New Tcrk for tie appointment of Omrr.l'floners of Appraisal under Chapter 724 of the Law« of 1005 •« amended. Such application will be mad« at a Special Term of the Su preme Court to be held In and for the Ninth Judicial District, at the Court House In the Village of Whit* Plain-. Westcbester County. N. V.. on Saturday. May 4th. 1907. at 10 o'clock 'n the forenoon of that day or aa Soon thereafter as C3um>?l can be heard. The object of Bach application la to obtain an order of the Court ep polntlng thr*e disinterested and competent freeholder*, cne of whem shall reside In the County of New York Mid at leart one of whom shall r<»tde in the County where the real estate hereinafter described Is situated, to a-t a. commissioner* of appralul under raid act and discharge nil the duties conferred by the said law and the act* amendatory thereof- upon eurh commissioners of ap pra«*al. for the purpose „# providing an additional supply of pure and wholesome water for the City of New y..rk. ihe real estate sought to be taken or affected Is situ ated in the City of Ycnkert. In the County cf We»tche*ter and Etat» of New Tork. The following ■ a brief description of the real estate sought to be taken, a reference to th. date and place of filing of the map: All those certain pieces or parcels cf real estate, situ ated In the City of Tonk»rs. County of We«tehester and Plate of New Vcrk. shown on a map entitled "Southern Aqueduct department. Section No. 1. yard of Water Supply of The City of New York Map of real estate, situated in the City of Yorker*. County of We*tchester and Etate of New York, to be acquired by The City of New York under the provision* of Chapter 724 of the Laws of 190T-. as amended, for th» construction of Hill View Reservoir, and appurtenances, north of McLean Avenue, between Central Park Avenue, and Kimbali Ave nue," which map was filed In the office of the Register of 'he County of We*tche»ter. at White Plains, on the l*th day of February, 1907. and Is bounded and de scribed a* follows: B»r'nrdrs; at th* southwest corner of parcel No. 1. In the easterly 11ns of Central jPark Avenu». and running thence along the westerly line of sa<« parrel and the easterly line of *sM Avenue N. 40 degree* 27 minutes K. 22"*. l fe-t to the sonthwrKt comer of parcel No. 2 and the westerly lire of Jerome Avenue; thence along th« westerly line of said parcel v. 40 degree* 27 minute* E. 10 feet; th'nce on a curve of 1005 feet radius to the left 87 feet to the easterly line of Jerome Avenue and th* most westerly point of parcel No. 3: th«-nee still continu ing along the easterly lr<ie of Central Park Avenue and the westerly lines of parcels Nos. S and ft, on a curve of 10f« feet radius to the left. S«4 feet, and N. I<l decree* 27 minutes E. «47 feet to th» nirthwest corner of parcel No. B: thenc* along the northerly line of said parcel B. 4% degrees 41 minute. E. 1T01.7 feet. N. 4f! degrees 1" min utes E. 25 feet and S. 44 degree* 41 minutes E. 175 feet to th» northeast corner of said parcel: thence along th* easterly line «f cam* B. 48 decrees 19 minutes W. 100 feet to the northwest comer of parcel No. S; thence along th. northerly line of «aM parcel 8. 44 decree. 41 minutes K. OS feet to a point In the westerly line of parcel No. 34; thence alone th. said westerly line N. 4*> degrees 10 min utes E. 275 feet to the centre of Richmond Avenue; thence al<rne the tame and the south line of parcel No. f>4. V. 44 degrees 41 minutes W. 0.8 feet to the westerly line of said parcel No. f>4; thence along the same and th* westerly line of parcel No. Ml, N. 45 -degrees 19 minute* E. "13 7 feet to the nrrthwent corner of parcel No. SO and the southerly line of Coutsnt Avenue: thence alone the southerly line rf mid Avenue and the rortherly linen of parcel* Kn». M. R4. £">. 64 and :.2. S. 44 degrees 41 minuVs V.. 1?'.O feet to the southwest, corner of the be fore mentioned Ccutant Avenue and Ktmball Avenue: thence along the westerly line of Klmbali Avenue and westerly lines of parcels Has. 62. 49. 4S. 23. 22 and 4. crossing Richmond and Ware Avenues, the following course* and distance*: S. 4* decrees 19 minutes W. 12«.2 feet, 8. SS deirree» 01 mlrmtes W. 12.'. feet. P. 22 de crees TA minutes W. 54.1 feet, S. 23 degrees 29 minutes W. 122.S feet. S. 42 (Jerrys 1« minutes W. gIO.B feet 8. 24 degree* 12 minutes XV. no 1 feet. S. 20 degree* 44 minutes W. 400.* feet. S. 17 deer*** f.9 minutes W. BIW.I feet and 8. 18 decrees JO minute* W. 13J».H feet to th* southeast corner of rarcel No. 4: th»ncc along- the south erly line of said parcel the following courses and dis tances: V. 71 Itefree* 27 minute* W. im feet. N. 81 de grees S« minutes W. 5034 feet and S. 71 degrees 41 min utes W. Sf*.2 feet to the southeast comer of parcel No 8; thence alone the south, line cf said parcel s. 79 de crees 41 minutes W. <S.« feet to the southeast corner of parcel No. 2 In the easterly line of Jerome Avenue; thence rroslnx the said Avenue. and running e'ona; th* •outherly lines of »a! 1 parcel No. 2 and parcel No. 1. N. 49 degree* S3 minute* W. 407.9 feet to the point or place of beginning. The fee Is to h» eeijnfred by The City of New York In all the real estate parcels Not. 1 to M Inclusive, con tained in the above description. Reference la hereby made to the said map. filed as aforesaid. In the office cf the Register of the County of Wes?che«ter. for a more detailed description of the real estate to be fak*n la fee. as above described. Dated March lit;,. 1807. WILLIAM B. ELLISON. CorpornMoa Counsel. Offlre and Pen Offlc. Address: Hall of Records. Center •>» Chambers and Ontre Struts. Borough of Manhattan, X*» Tcrk Cltr. AumTnSUBKn and SUBSCRIPTIONS Cor The Ji-*- Tribune received at thetr Uptown OO<-e, No ISC4 Uroadway. between jstri and S7th .t*- nntllt o'clock &£:. dd * # Hr* -lm Xs '««»»*•« •» th* following branch •ft*?,!*' r"r "* uJar om «* •***» "n«ll » o'clock p. m.. via.: ! «; r-* .c. c ; I *w*'- cor ss<l «t.;-t5» «th a»e.. cor. nth Mb !»«.; Ml West :lT XVest <'*»»-. Id ave_ 7ta tad NEW-YORK DAILY TIUF.rXE. TnT'"RSDAY. APRTL 4. 1007. Public Notices. IX\aTATIOjr TO CONTRACTORS— LEXINGTON ATE rue Route. The City of New Tork (hereinafter called the City). acting; by Its Board of Kapid Transit Railroad Commis sioners (hereinafter called the Board), contemplates build- Ing a Rapid Transit Railroad along the routes described be.ow. By this advertisement the City Invites proposals to construct *uch railroad upon the routes and In ac— cordante with the detailed plans ■ and specifications adopted therefor. Such proposals may be submitted for any one or more of the eleven separate parts of which. such railroad consists, as hereinafter stated. The points within the City between which the said sev eral parts of the said road are to run and the route or routes to be followed, are briefly as follows: Section 5-O-3: This part of Section 5-O as described In the routes and general plan, begins at Lexington Ave nue and lJ9th Street and runs southerly under Lexington Avenue to a point about 50 feet north of lOJJrd Street. Section 5-O-2: Begins at the southerly end of Section B-O-S, and runs southerly under Lexington Avenue to a point about .*>;> feet north of "let Street. Section 5-O-1: Begins at the southerly end of Section 5-O--. and runs southerly under Lexington Avenue to a point between CSDd and 4:ir.l Streets, the southerly end of Section 5-Q aa described in the routes and general plan. Section 5-A: Begins at the southerly end of Section 5-O as described In the routes and general plan *nd run* thence under private property. 42nd Street and private property seals to a point in Park Avenue between 3Mh, and 41st Streets, at which a Junction can conveniently be made with the existing subway.* Section B-B: Begins at the northerly end of Section 5-O above described and, runs thence northerly under the Harlem River to the Borough of the Bronx, where It continues under Third Avenue and Morris Avenue and then curves under private property to a point In 140 th. Street between Morris Avenue and Cortlandt Avenue, at which a Junction can conveniently be made with the present subway. Section 6-C-l: This part of Section ."> «' as described in the routes and general plan, begins at th»» northerly end of Section B-O abovo described, and runs thence northerly under Lexington Avenue and the Harlem River to the Borough of the Bronx, and then continues under Park Avenue to ISfltb Street. Section 5-C-2: This part of Section B-C consists of a spur beginning at a point on the main Hue of the route of Section B-C at Park Avenue and UOth Street, and runs under private property, l.V.rd Street, Exterior Street and Pedgwick Avenue to the Intersection «,f Sedgwlck Avenue and 164t l Street. Section 5 i' .'): This part of Section B-C consists of a loop beginning in the Borough of the Bronx at a point in Park Avenue between 151 st and 182 nd Streets, and runs thence northwesterly and westerly under private property and connects with the spur Section B-C- 2 above described ,near the point where the centre line of said spur would interse< 1 161 st Street if produced. Section 5-D-3: This part of Section 5-1) as described in the routes an.l general plan, begins at the southerly end of Section 5 v abovo described in Lexington Avenue be tween (2nd and 43rd .Streets find runs thence southerly under Lexington Avenue to a point about half way be tween Mth and 37th Streets, at which point the tracks will diverge into two branches. One of these branches will curve southwesterly under private property to 3«*th Street, and then run westerly under 30th l»treet. curving southerly Into Fifth Avenue, and then under Fifth Ave nue to a point where it will be rejoined by the second branch diverging as above stated. The second branch will run from the said point of divergence southerly and westerly under I^-xlnst'-n Avenue and ;!.*>! h Street to Fifth Avenue, where it will rejoin the branch first above described at a. point between 31th and 36th Streets. From the last mentioned point, the route of this Section will run southerly under Fifth Avenue along Madison Square and into Broadway: thence southerly under Broadway to a point about half way between 17th and 18th Streets. Section 5-D-2: Begins at the southerly end of Section IV-D-3 and runs southerly under Broadway (passing under Union Square; to a point about 60 feet north of Reade Street. Section 5-D-l: Begins at the southerly end of Section B-D-2. and runs thence southerly under Broadway. Vesey Street, Church Street. Trinity Place and Greenwich. Street to a suitable terminus under Battery Park. The general plan of construction calls for a railroad placed In subways or tunnels. The road Is Intended to be operated by electricity or some other power not requiring combustion within the tunnels, and the motors are In tended to bo capable of moving train* at a speed of not leas than forty miles per hour for Ion*; distances, ex clusive of stops. For all of Sections B-O-l. S-O-2. B-O-3 and 5-A there will be four tracks. For Section B-B there will be two track?. For Section B C-l and Section B C-2 there will be two tracks. In the loop above described as Section 5-C-3 there will be ono track. For Section 5-D-3 there will be four tracks as far south as th« point between Mtb and 37th Streets, where the line diverges as above described; there will be two tracks from the point of divergence through Mtn Street and Fifth Avenue to the point where the lines reunite, and two tracks from the point of divergence through Lexington Avenue and 3T>th street to the point In Fifth Avenue where the lines re unite, an.l for the remainder of the distant* southerly under Fifth Avenue i r..i Broadway there will be four tracks. For Section 5-D-2 there will be four tracks. For Section ■', D 1 thara will be four tracks to the Chambers Street station. South of the Chambers street station southerly under Broadway, Vesey Street. Trinity Place and Greenwich Street there will be two tracks. Additional tracks for terminal purposes are to be con structed under Battery Place and Battery Park Suitable stations, as ehown on the plans, together with erotc overs, turnouts, and sidings as may be necessary, are to be provided. The tracks are to be of standard gauge Tie tunnels are to have a height of not less than 13 feet In th« clear; and a maximum width of IS feet for each track, except at stations, curves, &c. where the wlilth may be Increased The roof of the tunnels Is generally to be as near the surface of streets as street conditions and grades will permit, but will be depressed whenever nec essary to avoid grade crossrog* as well as where ap proai-hlr.g the Harlem River. The roof and sides of the tunnels will be of Iron or steel and masonry. Entrances to stations will in general be placed within private property, tights In which will be acquired for the purpose. Construction Is to be- generally carried or by means of tunnelling or excavation under cover, except as may be otherwise specially provided in the contract, or In places where the Board * tall give express perr;)!«slcn to con struct by oien exrav;it!on. ':■ the City l!.' 1 Park, Bit tery Park or other places the. JurtsJlctlon of the Department of Parks, all treen Injured or destroyed In the course of construction are tr» be replaced by the .-on ■ troctor under the direction and to t!;e MtUf action of said Department. The Board has Included In the detailed plans for con strurtl'tt. provisions for p!p<- gall Ties throurh ar.J along the principal longitudinal utiet-ts of all portk-r.s of th« route except Sections 5-A and 5 O-3. nils for the con struction of the Railroad on an) one en more cf these Section* nrnt be aeroinpar.lfi hy M.^s for the coßStruo tlor. of the pipe galleries appurtenant to such section or KecMong; and If not so accompanied will nut be consid ered by the Board The Board reserves the right to ac cept a bid for the construction ■ r any section of the Railroad and at the lime time tv reject the accompanying bid far pipe galltiii • Th» Board has a'»o Included In the detailed : ana for construction, provisions for third tracks In S3th and 3'! th Streets; and for two additional tracks under Greenwich Street, Battery Plara and Battery Park eolith of Morris Street, and additional flatten and terminal facilities In Hatter/ Park. Bach additional tracks and facilities are Intended ultimately to form part of other railways here tofore duly authorized :«• 1 approved Bids for the con struction of Se< tl'ins .". 1> 3 and 5-I>-l mast be accom panied hy separata bids for the construction of such additions: track* and eta' and termlr.il facilities; and If not 80 accompanied will not be considered by the Board. If proposals satisfactory to the Board are received for the construction of one or more of the several parts of the road as above descrlled. th« Board may contract (subject to the approval of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment as provided by law) for these jiarts for which satisfactory proposals nru recetvad, res»rvlrg the right to make a separate contract or sepal cuntracts thereafter for the remaining par! or parts. A fuller description Of the said routes la set firth, and other requirements, prnviMonn, dctulU nnd specifications are stated In the primed form of contract now on (|< a In the nee of the Board, No :'.'." Broadway, B ■ ugh of Manhattan, and In the detailed drawings therein re ferred to. Nt which office copies of the i mtracl and of the form of bond and contractor's proposal may be had on application. The contract drawings may be Inspected at the same office. The printed form of contract and the detailed drawings aie to l>e «'.•-. mod a part of this Invitation. The words "the Railroad" wherever used hereafter In this Invitation are to be construed to m an the part or parts Included In any contract entered into In pursuance hereof. Payments to the contractor for construction will be made monthly as the wuric proceeds, as provided In the form of contract. The work of construction (Including pipe galleries and additional tracks and terminal facilities above mentioned) Is to be completed us soon an practicable, and within the periods mentioned In the form of contract. Prcposals may be submitted for construction alone, or, at the option of the bidder, for construction, equipment, maintenance and oi>eruion. In case a satisfactory proposal Is received from any person, firm or corporation to construct, equip, maintain and operate the Railroad, the contract will provide for maintenance and operation for a term if twenty years, &:;'! tor a renewal thereof for a further term of twenty years from the expiration of the original term, all as stated in the, form of contract, the contractor to pay an annual rental for the use of the Railroad which shall bo ascertained as stated in the form of contract and which shall begin as toon as any portion of the Railroad shall v* declared by the Board to be ready for operation • Sealed bitls or proposal* will be rerelveil at the «uiil office of the Board, ut No. 330 Ilrottdwiiy. Iloroiigh of Manhattan. City of New York, until the 23tb day of April. I'jo;. at twelve o'clock noon, at v.-hloli time or nt a later dtite to Ite fixed by the Uourd the proDouiU will lit* publicly opened. Proposals shall ba In th« form prescribed by the Bonrd copies of which may be obtained at the office of the Board. Each proposal must be signed End acknowledged and also verified by an affidavit of the bidder (or if It be a corporation, then by an officer thereof) to the effect that the several matters therein stated are In nil respects true If the proposal is mart- by a firm. It will be sufficient If the proposal Is signed and acknowledged and the affidavit sworn to by one member of the firm. Each proposal must specify an office within the city of New York at which notices may be delivered, an.l de livery of a notice at such, office shall be deemed a suffi cient delivery and notice to the bidder. Each proposal or bid must contain the name and place of residence of the person or persona making the same the names of all persons Interested with him therein and If no other person be so Interested, It shall distinctly state that fact; and, if the bidder shall be a corporation there shall be submitted a certified copy of Its certificate of Incorporation, with, a certificate of the amount of stock paid In In cash, and the names and business ad dresses* of all officer* and directors of the corporation •hall be stated; also, that It Is made without any con nection with any other person making a proposal or bid for the same purpose, and Is in all respects fair and with out collusion or fraud, and .hat no member of the board of alderman, head of department, chief of bureau dep uty thereof or clerk therein, or ether officer of the cor poration, or any member or employe of the Board. la In terested, directly or indirectly, a* contracting party part ner, stockholder, •: r otherwise In or In the performance of the Contract, or In the supplies, work or business to which It relates, or in any portion of the. profits thereof Bidders shall specify separately in their proposals the amounts for which, they will construct each separate part as described above; the amount* for which they will construct pipe galleries, and the amounts fur which they will construct the additional tracks and station and ter minal facilities above mentioned if they bid on Section* 6-D-l or 8-D-3. They may. however, make their bid for any one section of this proposed railroad conditional upon either the acceptance or rejection of their bid for any one or more of the other section* which they shall spex::y. or :\>od Vie — aeptawoo «* rajmstton a* their kWe l for any other Rapid Transit Railroad construction sub mitted by them at the same time. The price . stated for the construction of each separate part shall lne'ude the furnishing of all materials and the performance of all labor requisite to the complete con struction of such part. Including all sewer and street construction and reconstruction and other* work caused by or Incidental to the construction of the same as set out In the proposed form of contract. Bidder* who submit proposals to construct and also to equip, maintain and operate the Railroad must specify In their proposals, in addition to the matters hereinbefore, contained, the following: (A) An estimate of the coat of the equipment of th* -This Section will not be contracted for at .-..«at jq • eccu~at tor fc*ctlc& &-XV3 U "-» Public Notices. Railroad upon which the proposal Is based. The word " "equipment" include* motors, car*, machinery, power houses all real estate upon which any such power houses shall stand, rails, ties, ballast, telephone and telegraph appliances and ether real and personal property as speci fied in the form of contract. Such equipment Is to re main the property of the contractor, but will be subject to a Hen of the City to secure performance by the con tractor of all the obligations of the contract. Including the payment of rental under the lease during its entir* term and during any extension thereof. " ' 'ill •.' (R) The maximum fare (not to exceed five cents) wnicn will be charged a "single passenger for a continuous ride over the whole or any part of the Railroad. (C) What transportation facilities over railways con necting or to connect with the Rapid Transit Railroad the contractor will assure to the City, specifying sep arately In Schedule A. forming part of the proposal, the connecting lines over which a continuous trip shall be as3Ured to passengers for a single fare, not exceeding live cents, without change of cars; In Schedule B. form ing part of the proposal, the connecting lines over which a continuous trip shall be assured to passengers for a single fare, not exceeding five cents, but with or without change, of cars, at the option of the contractor; and in Schedule C. forming part of the proposal, the connecting lines over which a continuous trip shall be assured ta passengers, with or without change of cars, at the option of the contractor, for fares exceeding nve cents per trip. but within limitations to be specified. No proposal will be allowed t.i be withdrawn for any reason whatever after It shall have been deposited wltn the Board. The Hoard Is not obliged by law to accept any of the proposals received by It. but may reject all such pro posals and readvertisc. or may accept any of such pro posals as will In the Judgment of the Board best promote the public Interest and award a contract or contracts accordirgly. subject to approval by the Board of Esti mate and Apportionment, as required by law. If any part or parts of the toad are not contracted fcr. the Board reserves the right to make a separate contract or separate contracts thereafter for the remaining part or parts. _ The award of the contract or contracts «if awarded) will be made by the Board within fifteen days after the opening of the proposals. The bidder or bidders whose proposal shall be accepted shall in person or by duly authorized representative attend at the said ofllce of the Hoard within ten lav* after the delivery of a notice by the Board that .the proposal .la accepted and that tho contract is approved by the Hoard of Kstlmate and Ap portionment; and nich bidder or Udders shall then de liver a contract in the form referred to. duly executed. with Its execution duly proved. At the time of the delivery of a contract the con tractor will be required to furnish security to the City as follows: l) By depositing in cash or approved securities for each part of the road for which the contract Is made the following amounts, viz.: For Section 5-O-1. one hundred and twenty-five thou sand do.lars; ■ for Section 5-O-2, one ■ hundred and twenty thou sand dollars: for Section C • >-3. one hundred and twenty-five thou sand dollars: • for Section 5- A. twenty-five thousand dollars; for Section 5-B. one hundred and tifty thousand dollars; for Section 5-C-l, on.- hundred thousand dollars: for Section 6-Q-2, llfty thousand dollars; for Section S-C-3. Jive thousand dollars; for Section 6-D-l. one hundred and nfty thousand dol for Section &-D-2, cne hundred and fifty thousand dol lars; f .r Section G-D-3, one hundred and fifty thousand dol lars. If the contract cover* two or more parts of the road. the deposit shall be the aggregate of the deposit* re quired in respect of each of the several parts contracted for. (2) By giving a bond In a penalty equal to the amount of the deposit, as above required. At th* option of the contractor, cash, or approved securities may be deposited Instead of giving a bond. If securities are deposited for any purpose under this contract, they must be of the character of securities In which Savings Banks may Invest their funds an.l must be approved by the Board. Bonds must be in one of the forms annexed to the form of contract. In addition, and as further security to the City, ten per cent, cf each amount certified from time to time to be due to th» ••"•itraetor will be retained until the Rail road Is complete.! fc.acu biotiei »..ast state in his proposal the names and places cf business, of the proposed sureties on the bend proposed to be given, and describe any securities pio poaed to be deposited. BMders whose proposals are otherwise satisfactory to the Board may. in case the sureties or securities named by them are not approved by the Board, substitute In their proposals the names of new sureties or a different schedule of securities approved by the Board; but such substitution must be made within five days after notice of disapproval by the Board, unless this period is ex tended by the Board. In ra«* of failure or neglect to execute and deliver the contrai-t or to make the required deposit or to execute an, l deliver the required bond, such bidder or bidders will, at the option of the Board, be deen»?d either to have mad>- tho contract or to have abandoned the contract. In the latter case the Hoard shall give notice thereof to the defaulting bidder cr bidders. And the Board may thereupon proceed to make another contract with such. If any of the original lers, as. In the opinion of the Board, It will be to the best Interest of the City to con tract with or may by new advertisement Invite further proposals The defaulting bidder or bidders .-hail there ui>ori ba liable to the City for ail loss and damage by It sustained, Including the excess, if any, of the amount It shall pay any cth-r contractor over the amount of the Md of such defaulting bidder or bidders, and without abate ment by reason tf any increase of rental which, *uch ex cess may produce t.i the City. Every proposal must, when submitted, be enclosed in a sealed envelop* endorsed "Proposal for Constructing Rapid Transit Railroad tLexlrgton A\enue Route) Sec tions ." and must be delivered to the Board or to Its secretary: ail In th* presence of the person offering the I r<<;u.-.H It will be deposited In a sealed box. in which all proposals will b« deposited. No propo»als will be re ceived or deposited unless accompanied by a certified check drawn upon a National or State Bank or Trust Comrar.y within the City of New York and satisfactory to th» Hoard, payable to the order of the Comptroller of the Cltv of New York, for an amount equal to ten ptr rent, of the dtpo»it above required to be made upon the delivery of a contract for construction of th» Section. or Sections of the proposed Rapid Transit Railroad to which if tho Board shall give notice to. any bidder that his or Its proposal Is accepted aiul the contract Is approved by the, Board of Kstlmate ami Apportionment, and If the bidder shall fall Within ten day* thereafter. or within such further ;r!cd. if any, as may be prescribed by th* Hoard, to execute and deliver the contract and make th* dei>u»lt. in cash or sacvritlea] ami to execute and deliver the bor.d with sureties, thrn this Invitation to Contractors ar.d prupo»al. aceei.tui as aforesaid. shall be a contract blnd!i>g the bidder to pay to the City tho damage* by It sustained by reason of such (allure, and In auch case the bidder hereby absolutely assigns to the Ctty the own ership of the i-h«ck accompanying his or It* proposal as a payment on accr.ur.t of such damages. Such check must ret be enclosed In the sealed envelop* containing the proposal, but muat be separately deliv ered to the Board or to Its Secretary, who will give a pr«;rer voucher f»r the deposit. All such deposits mads by bidders wr'ose proposals Khali not be accepted by the Board will be returned to the I'fpon or rersor.s making the same within five days after the contract Hhall be executed aad delivered. The deposit of thu successful bidder or bidden will be r«» urr.e.i -.>•■•. the contract l» executed and its provisions an to peouilty aro compiled with THE I!OARI» OF HAI'II> TRANSIT RAILROAD COM MI33IONERS FOR THE CITY OF NEW YORK. By A. E. I'RH. President. Blon I*. Burrow*. Secretary. Proposals. DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR, OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT. V. B. CAPITOL IH ll.l>t\C •.M> GROUNDS. Washington. D. C. March ">l. lAtrr.— iv-iln! proposals will l*> received and opened at the above office *>t li: o'clock, noon, on Wednesday. April 10th. 1007. for furnishing cml Installing In th. U. S. Capitol Build ln« f!s'>t 18) flu of olvlng Doors. Circular letter of requirements '>.: i .!.-!.< -. on application. The right la re- rv. .1 to reject liny or all bide, lyid to wfchr* any techni cality <>r Infirm, In any bid. ELLIOTT WOODS. puperlntei I. S. Cnpltol BulMlr.a and Grounds Approved: JAMES RUDOLPH Alt FIELD, secretary. I PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES —DEPART ment or the Interior. Omce of Indian Affair*. Wash ington D. C. February 25. ;W»7.— Sealed proposal* plain ly marked on tne 1 utsldo of th. envelope: '-propo'tal for rubber coed». boots and *hee»." c«i . a* the case may be ami i«.li!re«e.l to the "Commissioner o* Indian Affair." Washington. D. C." will be received at the Indian Office until 1 --clock V- in- of Thursday April 11. 1007. and tha" e;.n»d. for furnishing the Indian service with rubber goods boots and shoes, hartluaie. and medical *ur<i>ll*s Boated proposaaß, plainly marked en the outsld. of th. envelope; "Prcposal ;ur enameled ware, furniture." etc as the «ase may be. and addressed to the "Comntlsslone* of Indian Affairs. Washington. D. C," will bo received at the Indian O:r.ce until 2 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday April 16. lUO7. and the:i opened, for furnl»hlng th. Indian service with, enameled ware, lamps, furniture beddlnaT stoves, agrlcultuial implement*, paint*, oils, g'.aas tlnl ware, wagon*, harness, leather, shoe finding*, saddlery etc school supplies, und a long list of miscellaneous artl i-lca. Hid* must b« made out on Government blanks Schedules giving all necetsary Inforireitlon for blddert will be furnished on application to the Indian ufflct Washington, D. C: the U. S. Indian W& rehouse* at New York City, Chicago. 111.. Hi. Louis. Mo. and Omaha! N«br. The Detriment 1 east tree the right to reject any •ni all bid*, or any part of any bid. P. E. LEU PP. Commissioner. \\^i:^T POINT. N. V.. APRILS. 1907.— SKALED PRO >> p,,a:ii». in triplicate, win be. received here until TJ o'clock, noon. April 22. lUO7. for supplying Struct urai Bleel and Iron Stairs for pre.ent Cadot Rarracks us per drawln»s and specitlcaitons in thl. office. The rnitcfl States reserves the right to arcept or reject any or 'ill propoaafca, or any p-trt tliereof. Forms for proposals furniah.il upon application. Address Quar terniaKl'T. West Point. N Y. iJEALED PROPOSALS, In duplicate, will be received at »5 the ohV., of the «"bmmlMloner of Immigration Kllli Island. N. Y. H. until 2:39 p. in.. Wednesday. April 10 I'm; an.l opened Immediately thereafter for all labor and matt rials required to make certain changes In par tition wall*, flooring and beda of dormitories at the ra ils Island Immigrant Station. Particular. A.i to limita tion* anl cnn'littons governing bidders may be obtained from ROBERT WATCHORN, Commissioner. oat> ""^ XT S. CUSTOM HOCMS. NEW YORK. APRIL 1 1907 SEAUSD PROPOSALS will be received at this building until 2 o'clock p. m.. Friday .April 12. 1907 for furnishing gas, water, miscellaneous supplies, washing towels, hauling ashes, and sprinkling street* for this building during tho fiscal year ending June 30, 1009 or such portion of the year as may be deemed advisable The right to reject any and all bids Is reserved by the Treas ury Department. N. N. STRANAHAN. - Custodian. IT g. RAROE OFFICK. NEW TOP.X. APRIL 1 1W» L.-«CAL£D IKol-t.SALS will be received it this bulldlnu until 2 o'ciock p. m.. Frlilay. April 12, it»o7 for furnishing lights, water, miscellaneous .uppHes. washing tow.-.!., haulinjc a?hes. and sprinkling streets for thli bulldlnit until 2 o'clock p. in.. Friday. April 12. 1807, for such portion of the year as may be deemed advisable. The right to reject any and all bids la reserved by the Treas ury PeparUnent. N. N. BTRANAIIAN Custodian. MINT OP THE UNITCDBTATES i AT PHIIaDELr- I TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. FRANK MINT OF THE rNITCDSTATBS) AT PHIL.ADKT*- York, notice Surrogate of the County having PHI A. PA. April 2 1007.-BEALED PROPOSALS^ I York, nolle, to hereby given to all ponona h«sta in duplicate will be . rec ?'y? <1 a » h » "i?*? of the Super-, claims against Carolina V. FoUom. late of th* County intni.l. Nt of the Mint of the united States at PhtlariM- :of New York, deceased, to present the nm «. wit phis, »*■• until 12 o-clock noon. Tu«»day. April 30. 1007. vouchers thereof, to the »üb«crlber, at hb plan of and th»n l»»Hel? «>£«»««• for general supplies required transacting business, at the office of Walter I. MeCoV for the Mint of the rnHWJ E-.iifi *v Philadelphia, Pa,, tar No. 62 William Street. In the City of New York? Bo the fiscal year from July 1. 100.. *> Xawa **. ttgii. |n ough of Manhattan, on or before the Twenty-first fla» accordance with schedule* and •permeations, co«Us S , cl e»Dteflu*wx ne»t. °** which, with blank proposals and other Information, may I Dattd Kew> tVr*. ta» fMN«Bt B 4ay of March. 190 be had upon application to JOHN H. LANIUS. BUPER- ' THOMAI O. COS WAV. A^ii tt^trato- INTENDBNT. - ..*- , *^ i WALTER 1. sfCOT. Attorney tor Administrator 6" ; I William Street. New York. * "~ QUARTERMASTER OFFICE. WEST POINT N v lei April 4. 1807. — proposal*. In duplicate, *«nl»l ject to the uiuaj condition, will be received at this office A PTWmiMlllW AND SUBSCRIPTIONS far TIM until 12 o'clock, noon, April 24. 1807, for plumbing flit- «• Tribune recalled at their Uptown Office. No. lm urci. p!pe. and nt tinge for new bath and toilet rooms la at 3ce.i at niuUr offlr* rate» until 8 o'clock p. nu ,j/. old cadet barracks at West Point. N. T. Th« U. 8 r«- Broadway. Im*«m Mlh and »7th Mai. until • o : cock •erres the right to accept or reject any or ail proposala p. a. ' Adr«rtl**m«nn r«c«iv»a at th« fallow iar branci or any part thereof. Forma for propoeala famished n-«n ■•* •*•»♦• ■• •• con •** ■*•: IS3 «tH aTe-TeW. i»rh application. Addrea. Quartermaster. Wait Point. n't * l - ! g Ea>t 'V h Bt -s :511 >V«*t •*S'l »t-. , b<»twe«n • «"nj ■ • ■ • ■. .* ..;• ■-Tr^' %' » lJi »re».; :n w«t i:3th itj.xjjs sj »v«-. Public Not VE T TORK SUPREME COURT— TniRD JUDICIAL ]S DISTRICT— ULSTER COUNTT. ASHOKAK RESERVOIR. B£A,ilOtS -MJ. J. :^cncß op APPLICATION for the APPOINT li OF COMMISSION OP APPRAISAL. l*ubllc Notice la hereby given that It I* th« intention of the Corporation Counsel of the City of New Tork r» cake application to the Supreme Court cf the State at New York for the appointment of Commissioners of Ap praisal under Chapter 724 -Z the Law* of 12-: as mended. Such application will be made at a Special Term of the Supreme Court to re held la Bad for the Third Judicial District at tte dart House In th- City Of Kingston. Utter Count;.-. N. T.. en April 20th. MOT. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon >■' that day or aa aooa thereafter as counsel can be heard. Th« object ot auch application Is to obtain an cider of the Court appoint ing three disinterested and competent freeholders, . on» of whom shall reside in the County of New York, and at least one of whom »ball reside In the County where the real estate hereinafter d~*cr!bed is situated, to act a* commissioner* cf appraisal under said act an.l dta crarge a!l the duties conferred by tre said law and thai acts amendatory thereof u.noa such commissioners o* appraisal fur the purpose >f providing an additional supply of pure ana tholesoaie water for tha City of New York. The real estate to be acquired herein Is situated la the Town of Olive and Is to be squired In fee for tb» pur pose of furnishing an additional supply of pure aad whoiesurre wat*.- to the City of New York. The following Is a st at en-en t of the boundaries of th lands to be acquired herein with a reference tv the date end place of filing of the (cap. • All the parcels herein described are to be acquired M ft* and ar. colort-d pink oa the map hereinafter rs f. n*.l m Air thri* certain pieces or parcels of real estate, alt lifted In the To*n of Olive. County or Ulster, and State of New York. #hown on a certain map entitled "Reeer \olr Department. Section No. 1. Board of Water Bup uly of -City or New York. Map of real eetate. ett vated in the Town of Olive. County of Ulster, and State «f New York, to b» acquired by The City of New Torlc under the provisions of Chapter 724 of th« Laws of 11 «f.'. a* amended, for the construction of Ashofcan Reaervulr. and eprurtenances. In the vlcl»ity of Olive Rrldgew" which map was filed In th* office of th» County Clerk et the County of Ulster, at Kingston. New York. «M th-» 81st day of January. 1!W7: sod >• bounded and described as follow*: Beginning at a point, tn th* South property line or th* Ulster A Delaware Railroad Company, about 570 feet south of a road leading from Olive Bridge to Shokan. snd running thenco along the said railroad! line th* fol lowing courses and distances: B. rt* 3aY II 049 feet. S. lO* aT W. rail feet. B. 70' «8' B. 27«.9 feat. S. 9* •1' E. 873 feet and 8. 73* 39* II 612.4 feet to the north east corner of parcel No. 41- thence along the east line ef ssld parcel S. 13* 20' Ii 402.4 feet to th* southeast corner of sail parcel; thence itlons th« ant .h line of Sim* 8. 78* 02* W. 718.9 feet to a point In the east low of parcel No. 40: thence along the same S. ft* Ll* W. 590.8 feet to the north line if parcel No. 31: th*sC9 along »he »am» the following courses and distant**: N. ft* 42' E. 1:31.3 feet. » 42* 24' K. 3*2.1 feet to Via c< ntrrt of Coon* Road, leading from Olive BrlCga to Browns Station; thence along the same, and still con tinuing alon< the north line of parcel No 31. N. €2* 17' E. «18. 1 feet N. 73* 41' E. 191 2 feet to the nor'beaat corner of tald parcel; thence along the east line of said parce* S. 0* B.T W. 232.7 feet and S. 1* 14' W. 70R.7 feet to the Southeast c< rn-r of said parcel No. 31: thence along th-» south line of said parcel 81. 67* 38' W. 40.H feet ta the n rtheait corner of parcel So. .I*. thence along the east line of said parcel th. following courses and distances: 8. 8" 47' W. 377.2 feet. 8. «* i?' B. 81 feet. 8. 2* 30* XV. 759.3 feet and S. 2* 01' at. 135 1 feet to th* north east corner of parcel N>. 31: thence along th. east Una cf said parcel S. 15* 40* XV. 41 11 2 feet to th. aorth»i>-t corner of parcel No. 34: thence along th* east line of said parcel S. 15* £0' W. 276. 8 feet to th* northeast corner cf parcel No. 33 on the north shcra line of Bsopus Creek; thence along the cast line* of parcels No* 33 and 8& ii. 3li* 5«" W. 129.8 feet to the south -horn line of Kjopm Creek; thence along the un S 70* 06' K. 292.4 feet. 8. Cs* 16* E. 140 9 feet and S. *2* 04' H Ml feet to th* northeast corner of parcel No. tO; thence along tr« east line of said parcel the following courses and distance: 8. 15* 44' W. 327.8 feet. N. •»* 30* W. 20.1 feet, B. 20* 40* XV. «3.2 feet. S. 14' 34' W. 124 1 feet. S. 29* W W. 118 3 tett. S. 3* 34' W. 214 feet 6. «* 42' W. 403 feet. S. 31* 31' TV. 897.4 teat an. S. 41* 47' H. BC7 feet to the southeast corner of said parcel No. 20: tbencs along th* south line of aald parcel a. 77* 44' \V. e^e.4 feet to th* east lln» of parcel No. 19: thence along the same mj the centre of the Toigore Road d 2»* 12* n 46.9 feet; thenc* along the east and south line* of said parcel No. 19 tiie following courses ami distances: N. •*>' 88' W. M feet. S. •* 88' W. 287.1 feet, 8. »2' 11" E. 132 fe-t. S. *** 28' W. 109.1 feet. 9. «.«* 67' W. 148 I feet. 8. 41* 2«' XT. 15«.9 feet. 9. 54* Sl* W. 101 feet. S. 3H' 35' W. 1.12 fe*. an.l R. 8»* 40' W. 203.8 feet to the southeast corner or parcel No. 18: thenco along the *:.ifh line of said parcel a. 49* 07* W. 141 feet to the southeast corner ..r parcel No. 17: th»nee along the south lints of parcels Nco. 17. 14 and «. S. 71* OS' 3«r W. 2» 4 feet: thence still continuing along the south lino et parcel No. 6. and running alone the south line of parcel No. 5. 8. 71* 40' U. t.4&4.» *-«t ta the most southerly point of parcel No. 4; thei»-e along the west erly line of sail parcel N 53" 22* w. Ml feet to the centre of a road leading from Krumvlll- 10 Olive Bridge: thence olo.is th. samv and th* west line or said pare! N-> 4 the followtDs cocr*ea and distances: N. 1* 49* W. 19 3 feet, N. lt>* 45' W. 62.9 te»t. N 22* «7' W. 154. S feet. N. 20' 57' W. 27i 9 feet. »na V .I.* B9" W. 219-» feet to a point In th* southerly lla* of parcel r.'o. •; .hence *la-g th. aaiu* and las c»ntre of talii rual N. «*• IS* W. 212.2 feet, N. 80* .18' W. 527.1 feet. N. »• US' W. 249.3 feet to the southeast <on.«-r of parcel No. 2- thence along th* *outhcrl> lice of said parcel and the centre cf tne before inrnilonr.J road. N. fe* 45* W. 271 feet to the most westerly point of parcel No. 2; thence still Continuing along the centre of said road and running along the southerly II".* of parcel No. S. W. SO* 00' W. 218.2 feet to tho moat easterly point of parcel No. 1; thence along the easterly line of said parcel a. 84* IS' W. 021 feet to th* southeast corner of said parcel No. 1. thfnc* along the *o<itn line of said parcel 3, T2- 3.T XV. 41H.4 feet and S. 74* 20* XV. 313 feet to th* southwest c<mer <<f said fare I; theme along th-» west line of lam, N. 13* 1«' V. i.,oa« *-»t, N. 44* «' E 4»8 feet t.nd N. 44* 08.* W. 3«M.3 teet: thence 9. 70* 28' E. 30 'J feet to th* *out»:we*t corner or pared No. 3; thence along th* west Un» of sain parcel N. 2O* 20' 2 751 3 f*et. >?. 8«* 86' T. 4*0.4 feet and N. 48* 21* E." 899 3 feet to a point In th. west ilne of parcel No. 7; thence along th* w^-strrly and northerly line* of *alj parcel N. 24* 45' B, 272.0 feet. V 72" 17* K. «02 « f**t and 8. C7* 43' n 02 2 feet to th-» west line or parcel No. 11. crossing a road leaJlnr ?-—.. KrumvUle to Olive Brlda.- therxe along th* westerly and northerly lines ft .aid' parcel No. 11 th* foi!:,wlng course* and distances: N 7" »' E. 408» f»*t. N. B¥* -»l' W. 02 feet ft 11» M' K. 1U3.8 fMt, N. S3* 89* E. 24.8 feet, N. 25* 10* E. 5.6 feet N. «W* ?«",£: «V f " e ' SM * «•' « «••? felt and 8. 77* 47* B. 104 9 l r.«t to the centra of Fountain Kill: th«nc» along the tim» and .tin continuing along th. northerly and "•'• t - r '*, line, of parcel No. 11 N. En* «)'•• E 1023 feet. N. «4* Bl K. fO feet, N. 48* BY n 100 9 feet. N 11* IS E. MAS feet; thence N. 21* 15- w M feet to the centr. of tarnaoavtlle Road; th-nci along tre sau. N T »* M ' ■ 7 * 7 '.*** ■»«* K. B."«* 08' R ll«.f f.et: t»« # N ; •*" S. -L '5* *;**: «■■■■■ N. 3a* (>r K. S»S3 ?••*• * •* "■ lU2 feet end a »• ** A 44 H '•«■' to th cc * !lt " or the before tn#n tlcned Samsonvllle Road; thenc* along the centre of said road, and still continuing along the west.r, v and north erly line, or parcel No. 11. N OS* 2?« - li »T 1 f> #t aBI « N. «3* ST B. 2>">l f««t *■> a point In th. northerly lino or parcel No. 12. thenc* along ih* *>«.*tr>r!y and northerly UneVof said parcel. and still continuing along the centr. of th. before ■■■«liß'l Seinsoßvllle. R««4. N. 53' I<T ■• *■» tm N 34 23 ri B.i d feet. N. ?H* 27' R JOtt * Set N 48* 47' K. 66 7 f-et and N*. «7* fs* r 193* Ketto the centre at the Tongor* Road. I».d:n« from Brod b'aj to of parcel No * : th * 43* Sl' W. h ,';, 1 2 n " •■««• »„. line of carcel r>.o. Z7 >■ 43 31 vv. IM H fm~» ant V «* t»' W. I^- H *—* ta th* northwest corner of bare*! No 27- thence along th* north |tn» of said carol X «• 14 B. SUB f.et to th west ■ hor » J ' n « cf K*v. pi ,» Creek ,,„.., along the earn, "4 the «•« rrs.- of parcel No' »•• 1C tt* OH W. IS9-6 fe#t and IC. 37 19' VP »•« •» lT;t.' th«n.-e .81* 4S' gejl fcetj. th. centre of th 2 before mentioned l>«pa» ' r •"• .t. tn *' * alone th* centre 111. or »ald creek and the wet* ilne of r*rc*| No 2a V 37* M* W- 81!ta ffßt - N - la *■ w - 2324 f*et and iJ: 6* »W E. 202.9 feet to . thj. northwest corn.r of tS. before n>entlon?d parcel No 20; «hencj» along the north lira 4 feet anl N "••; *J. i' 334 ft feet to th« moot 37* tL UK.4 reet and N. 3- <»» X- »l»ft*t to th* most w?st «rly point of »*«•> , i-.,''; * ' "c. along the westerly ii-i nwrttieriy lire* of »aIJ V*roei the following cwuata , ' i ,i . . •: N 45 " *■• I*4 <? ftt \' «•• »•; r »?• feet N 38*' 05' E P21.1 feet. N. 34* 37*~E* 2SILS "fi 6 ltadlnit »* 3V E. 349^ fee- tn th,Twe.7.ld* or" rotd Uadlnit from Ollv* Brldg* tn Shokan; th*nce 9 62* 89* Fi. 223.2 f«*t to the *outhwest corn*r of -pare**! No. 38: thence along ♦«•-»'" >>» •"'■••» par-.l N. «• 25' E. 650.4 feet and N. 79 80 E. 344.1 feet to th* poUt tr uluce uf bfginnlng. Tib* fee 1* «<> »>• *iiolr*>J *T The Ctty of New Tor* tr, all th* teak «»tat* parcels Nos. 1 to 41. lncluetv.. coo talned In the above d'srrtrtl.vi. Reference I* hereby made to the aaM map. filed a* afor«*ald. In th* office of the <****** Clerk of the County "f Mater for a mor.- detaile.: descrlptlnfi or the real cattte to bo taken tn fee. as above described. in case «ny property above <!**cr:be,i Is used for any cutillo purpose, such os a ht(thwny. etc.. such use Shan contlnu- until The City cf New " ork shall hay- Us**. right to t»k. possession of or change the same. tat* lurch 4th. I'JOT. WILLIAM B. ELLI9OM. Corporatloa Coos*:!. Offtr* and Po*Jto!T*fo« address Hall or Records. Corner "• i-hnihers and Centre sts.. Bor. of Mankattaa. M. T. City -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OP A PUBLIC .^ hearing on th« form of contract for th* construc tion of that portion of lbs proposed ISr.>.'klyn-Manhat tan Loop Lines lying in Centre Street, between Canal anj Broom. Streets. In the R>rough of Manhattan, to be held on Thursday, the t!th of April. IMTf, at S:OO P. M . in the otnee of the Hoard, Room 401. No. 820 Broadway. New York. Copies of draft of the "aid contract may »>• obtained at the offlcß of the Board for ten cents each. BION 1. BURROWS, A. E. ORR. Secretary. President. Dated New York. MarcH 2«. 1907. ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS for The Tribune received at their Uptown Otnce. No. 13*4, Broadway, between 38th and 37th .(a., until » o'clock p m. Advertisements received at the following branch offlcea at regular ofllce rates until 8 o'< lock p. m.. via : !84 Bth aye , s. c. oor. 'J3d st.: 15S *th aye.. cor. l;tk olßces at regular office rat*s until 8 o'clock p. ra.. Surrogates* Notices. IN PURSUANCE OS* AN ORDER OP HON. FRANK T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of New York, notice Is hereby given to all persons having claim* against Orson Desalx Munn. late of the County of New York, deceased, to present the same with vouchers there of to the subscribers at their place of transacting bust ness, at the office of Wlnthrou & Sttmson. Bsqa.. No. 32 Liberty street. Borough of Manhattan. In the City of New York, on or before the 17th (fay of October next. Dated New York, th« 2Mh day of March. lth>7. CHARLES A. MINN ANNE KLDER MUNN. WINTHROr & BTIMSON. Executors. Attorney* for Executors. 32 Liberty street. Borough of Manhattan. New York City. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. ADNER C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New lork. notice Is hereby given to all persona having claims against Henry Thompson, late of Stamford. Falrfleld County. Conn., deceased, to present tho aame with vouchers thereof ta the subscriber, at Ita placo of transacting business. No. S3 Wall street, la tna City cf New York, on or befuro the ltith day ot May Beat. Dated New Tork. the 7th day of November. l>aa. NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COM PANY. K«ecutor. W. T. EMMET, Attorney for Executor. SI Wall Streak. Manhattan. N. Y. Public Xoticet. CITY CF. NEW XORIC " l— *• BOARD OP CBTIMATR AND - ATPOP.Iio>; M ,, v , Public notice is hereby given that at a atV I * the Board ox Estimate aad Apportionment. h»w *-," f> day. March la, 1007. the foliowins; peutlea "*«."'" eelTetl: r^. ALTERATIONS. To the Honorable tho board of --Tnati a.<\<\ «. ', tionmont or th* City of New Tork: •■>■*-. The petition of tbo New York City TaiMl '"•"*& Railway Company respectfully show;: *-"- cr =or9u si — Your petitioner la a street sortaea bbssmJ corporation duly organised aad existing under • - , *• of tho State of New York, and has dory mi,., •* filed, pursuant to Section 13 of tho nai'.romi I* lot survey, map and certificate of alterations or a* * of the route of Its read here la proposed. «o»ai;,». Second — Tour petitioner desires to obtain --, - City of New York and hereby respectfully saaS V"" Its consent to and a grant of tho franchiser «.-«"'' * to use certain streets, roads, avenues. hi»a», * public grounds within or belonging to th- Cl;~- !.'' ' York for the construction and operation la aa7 the surface thereof of a double or single traaa^ssSssaa railroad (including necessary connections. .siit.v I*'1 *' sidings, turnouts, turntables, crossovers aaaIBBBBaaaBBH stends or other structures necessary for th» Ssbbbbbbbbbbl datlon and operation of said railroad by the oosbb^bbbl or other system of electricity or other motive »?* li I which may bo lawfully used upon tha aaaam. i, : * r »'" 1 terations or changes of the route of its exist', *" ■ for public uae and conveyance of persona aad. d-*,-C . I for compensation. . "•"^i'< l Third The following la a eescr^tfoa of th* m certain streets, roads, avenues, highways, drive Ij, ' public ground within or belonging to tho Cltv c* ' '''" York. In. through, upon and along which jnicr* « , *7 "' t loner desires to make such proposed altessaaasß changes In it* route, to wit: . *' : : First Change. Beginning at the intorseettoß ' Klngsbrldge Road with Sedgwlck avenue, at a ■asasK' route No. 3. aa described In tho certificate er sasaaS ration of th» said New Tork City Interbonnuh }>?•' * way Company, and extending thence northerly cn i along Sedgwlck avenue to its Intersection with K»«r- '• volr avenue: the said route as it wtnda and tar ** crosses the following highways, avenues, streets;^?' lie p!ac»<«. etc : Klngsbrtdge Road. Sedgwleh *iv- 3 I:. East -2Uth street and Reservoir avenue. Th* ii"i"'' route to be In the place and stead of that portion '■ route No. 1 which Is described In tho rmUlrats t> ■ v"*' corporation as extending from the . tatersectloa »• * Kingsbridge Road and Reservoir avenue, hence aarav '' erlv on and along Reservoir avenue to Sedsr*lci ail--' nu<». . *>• Second Change. Beginning at a point In rasa* sat* -. as described in the certificate of tneorpontlsn' «# the said New Tork City Interborough Railway pany. tit tho Intersection of Tremont avenue and p.-, -• I avenue, and extending thence easterly on sad aaaar* Tremont avenue to the intersection of Tremont arern* Webster avenue. East 176 th street. Carter »Tiiaas aai" Burnside avenue: thence In a northerly direetlaiai an.l along Webster avenue •petitioner to use th* saw* and route of the Union Railway Company on Waasaav avenu»> to the intersection of Webster avenue -»:•.-, • East ISOth street: the said route as it winds aad nassi crosses the following highways, avenue*, street* pas. lie places, ere : Tremont avenue. East ITeta aasaaV Carter avenue. Webster avenue. East 177 th »*r-« :> ■ East 17Hlh street. East 170 th street and East h3 street. The said route to bet In the place and stead ar that portion of petitioner's route described la paaV ttoner*s certificate of Incorporation as extemiha) BSsaT" the Intersection of Tremont avenue with Ryer .-mi*. thence ni.rt.ierly on and along Ryer avenu : toaaaW IS'nh street: thence southeasterly on aad aloaaj aaaV ISii-h street to Webster avenue: also In nlara^Mf stead of the altered or changed route described v'• the certificate of change of route filed In tha oaaa» <■: the clerk of the County of New York. June 22. I>>.-,, « follows: Extending in. through, upon and along Tie* mont avenue, from former Ryer avenue to th» -itsi» section of Tremont avenuo with East 17*Jth street c».- ter avenue. Webster avenue and Burnaldo avaaasc thence in a northerly direction In. "through, trgoa Sad along Burnside avenue to Its intersection with Yalta tine avenue, and thence in. through, upon sad aleaa Valentine avenuo to its Intersection with East IMb atreet. also in place- and stead of the altered a* changed route described In the certificate of ehaaaaef route filed in th* office of the Clerk of th. Coesty ef- New Tork. April 23. 1903. as follows: Extend!!,- ea and along Tremont avenue from Ryer avenue t» tap intersection of Tremont avenue with Valentino are* it no; thaaee in a northerly direction on and aUaaj Val«atrao arenas to its intersection with East aaaa atreet. Third Change. Beginning at a point In mute .Tj. i. as described In the certificate of Incorporation of me •aid New York City laterborough Railway Coaißßay. at the Intersection of East ÜBth street waa Can landt avenue, extending thence easterly on sad alasa East 140 th street to Its Intersection with SI Asa's avenue, thence northerly on and along St. Aas/a a*e> nt:« to its intersection with East lS4th street; ssesaa> route a3 it winds and turn* crosses tho faUewtaa highways, avenues, streets, public olaces, etc.: C~:-.-. lan.lt avenue. Third avenue. Melroeo avesq% Bear 149 th street. Bergen avenue. Brook avenue. Em l".i)th street. W> stchester avenue. Rao street. Car* •treet. East I"iith street. The said route to be ta taa* place and stead of that portion of route No • extoll in« from the Intersection of East 149 th street aad Cnrtlanrtt avenue, on and along Cortlandt aveaae ti East 150 th street: thence easterly on aad along Cut laKih street ••> its intersection with St. Ann's avenue. All of said changed or altered routes are la Hie Borough of Tho Bronx. Fourth — Your petitioner proposes to operate tii « road to be constructed upon said altered and changed root, by the overhead trolley system or by any other motive power oth as than locomotive, steam power whtea mas) be approved by the State Board of Railroad Co— — ii sloners anil consented to by the owners of property bounded upon tho sam#. as provided by law. Wherefore, your petitioner prays' that puMte nettae herein of the time and placo when and where that application will be first considered bo given, as ra> quired by th* provision* of Section 92 of the Railroad Law and of all other laws applicable thereto, aad that the desired consent or grant ho embodied la tie form of a contract with all tho terms and conditions as 1 1 compensation and otherwise, In accordance with the provisions of the Greater N.aT York Charter. Dated at the City of New York. March 12. IM7. * NEW YORK CITY IXTERaOROUOH RAIL WAT COMPANY. . (Seal' Attest: ALFRED SKITT. President. H. M. FISHER. Secretary. State of New York. County of New Tork. «i. : Alfred Skltt. being duly .worn, depose* and sasa that he is the President of New Tork City latoroet* ough Railway Company, tho petitioner named In tat foregoing petition: that he has read the foregoing a*> tition and knows th* contents thereof: that the asast Is true of his own knowledge, except as to the matters therein stated to be alleged upon Information and l-> lief, and that as to those matters ho believes It to ■• true: that th» reason why this verification Is not made by th* petitioner Is that It Is a corporation : that the t!«roncr.t I* an officer of said corporation, to wit. tot president, and that the grounds of his Information la regard 1 the matters stated in the foregoing petition, so far a* the same are not within his personal knowl edge, are statements made by officers or agents of. the corporation to him as president thereof ALFRED ME! IT. Sworn to before mo this 12th day of March. 1007. CHARLES A. DANA. - Notary Public New York County. ' State of New Tork. County of New York, sa: On this 12th day of March. 1907. before me per sonally ctme Alfred Skltt. to me known, who. betas) by me duly sworn, did depese and say that be resided IB the City of Tonker*. N. T. That ho Is president «l the New York City Int*rborough Railway Campaaft the corporation described In and which executed the foregoing Instrument: that he knew the seal of aaat corporation: that th» seal affixed to the said Instru ment was auch corporate seal: that It was so afltxsd by order of the Board of Directors of said corpora, tion. and that he signed his name, thereto by like order CHARLES A. DANA. Notary Public New York County. And the following resolutions were thereupon adopted : WHKREAS. Th» foregoing petition from the !«*-• York City Interborough Railway Company, dated Maraa) 12. 1007. was presented to the Board of E.-Mmate sat Apportionment at a meeting held March 13. 1907. RESOLVED. That In pursuance of law this Board set* Friday, the T.':h day of April. 1907. at 10:39 o'clock in th* forenoon and Room Id ln the City Hall, Borough of Manhattan, as tho time, and place whoa and where *uch petition shall bo first considered, aai a public hearing be had thereon, at which elt'.ssst ■hall bo entitled to appear and bo heard; and be II further RESOLVED. That th* secretary Is directed to eaass •uch petition and theao resolutions to be published M at least fourteen «14> days tn two dally newsvapsa* In the city of New York, to he designated by taa Mayor, and for at least ten Oo> day* li» the **CXV Record" immediately prior to such date of puMH hearing. The expense of such publication to be horse by the petitioner JOSEPH HAAO. - Secretary. v»w ▼->-* sr»»^K ts -innr ■■" ' - " ■ ■ • •■'' S°. Surrogates* Notices. mHE PEOPLE of the STATE or NEW TOaUtW J. the* Grace of God. free and independent— Josapi O. Price. Maurice Price. Jacob Price. Levt Price. Boeaija lilur.'.ann. Hannah I v nce, An»«lm Price. If living. *■"■! place of residence Is unknown, and. If dead, his as*. 1 kin and heirs as hereinafter stated: the respective wi^ . -i An.'tlm Price. Uarnard (sometimes known aa Bfisw Price and Simon ITlce. If such, widows or any <* "f*f be living, their respective name*, ages and peaces ax r"s» deuce being unknown, and: the descendant* of •»'«, A ™*r Price. Barnard Price and Simon Price, or any of tMW. whose respective names, ages an.l places of resid»oe m* unknown, and tho husbands, wives and widows or ■» respecttva descendants. If any. whose- names. asaa »" places 'of residence. are unknown, and in* next orj »J5 and legal representatives cf said Anselra Price. EarBSJ- Price, anil Simon Price respectively, or of their r»«P««"T descendants wh.» have died, all of whoso names, ages" places of residence are unknown, and all of the utiaj" heirs an.l next of kin of sal.! AJolphua Price. *<*•** being all the heirs and next ot kin of Adolyhu* P«s*».~ ceased. Send greeting: ■»_%."»« Whereas. Richard Price, of the City of New Tot *:v: v " lately applied t» th» Surrogates' Court of our iouOT * Newport, so have a certain Instrument la wrttti* esj July Oth IS'J!>. relating to« both real and personal P*^ erty. duly proved as th» last will and te.tameat" Adolphus Price, late of the County of New York. aeessßi- Therefore, you an.l each of you are cited to appear vj, fore the Surrocat* of our County of New York. s*» fl,v In th* Hall of Records, in tho County «•*' York, on the 27th Jay of May. 1907. at half paj«J o'clock in, the forenoon of that day. then and ln<r^ A attend the probate of th« said last will and «»*ft :i"; and such of you as are hereby cited as »r»> uo««J;. ago of twent>--on»» years, are required to appear wj^r; guardian. if you have or.o. or. If you have none, to «ss^ and apply for one to re appointed. ..r In th* event c.^;, neglect cr failure to do so, a guardian will to *Sl<ua»' by the Surrogate to represent tad act for you «■> "~ , proceeding. whereof we havo caused th* seal _» tas ln testimony whereof we havo caused '"•-•^f'JVS Surrogate** Court of said County of >•« J^i [Seal ] to. be hereunto affixed. Wltneaa. Hon. * I *"£3 T. FITZGBRAU>. a Surrogate of our *3 County of New York, at said county, tho _2*i^?' w March. 180*. PANIEI. J. POWPSfTL Clerk of the Surrosatse 1 ©««• CRANK. EDWAKD A.— IN PCEStJAXCS CT M O order of Hon. Frank T. Kltsjterald. a autreasjPJ the County of New York. aottco la h*r*by«J»ea » persons having claims against Edward A. Cr»ae. wi the County of Now York, ilariasaa. to. P«'«\ *3 same, with vouchers thereof, to tho subeerweeat , ; their placo of traaaacttnc busln*«<. at tho off < .. 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