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gjOW DID MUCH GOOD.
Some Fruit Injured, but Grain
Greatly Benefited.
■hs April 21 —As a rpsult of the unprece
tedlv Verm weather •which prevailed during
JrLj, and th« freezing weather and heavy snow-
Z&cl th** * aßt fey "' flays ' ♦**•"•>* fruits, such as
plums end cherries. In this region have
f"^ injured, but the general opinion here Is
♦vtt the damage Is not ■• pr at as has been re
««rt(4 Indeed, many think that while early
*^t«have been Injured and In some cases killed,
f t* benefits to the grain crops from the snow
gMftn more than offset the damage.
*Ovr reports from points alone the lines of our
ntd «re not unfavorable." Bald O. W. I<oomis,
--gjgtsnt general manager of the Chicago, Bur
linfton & Qulncy Railroad, to-day. "The fruit
jnt!)« southern part of Nebraska, -which the uri
lSßa j warm weather in March had brought to
«asfl Ttlire< * state of development. Is reported to
ms been pretty badly damaged, but little or
•0 Cxa&e* Is reported from points north. The
■now, however, did a vast amount of good to
vtster wheat, and has put the ground In flue
4Rin;> for other farm crops.
SSnilar reports have been received at the iren
giaj offices of the Chicago & Northwestern Rail
mtg.
•Our work has to do with weather conditions
gat not to their effect on crops." said A. 1,.
Wsi*4>. of the local weather bureau, "but from
•acb reports as have come in I do not believe
4*a6ltioriS are so bad as they have been re-
ft Paul. April 21.— According to officials of tho
•*Jcr2»erß Pacific and the Great Northern rail
jsafle there have been no snowstorms along
Uies» lines In the West for several weeks, par
tmlarly • «st of th© Rocky Mountains. Th«
Imsvt snows of the winter throughout North
Dakota and Montana are expected to be of
great benefit to farmers of those strifes.
Ksosae City. Mo., April 21.— Tljat 95 per cent
of —*> peach and apple crop was destroyed by
recent cold weather is the opinion of members
of tbe Missouri Valley Horticultural Society,
vMrti met yesterday. Cherries, plums and pears
ere almost a total loss.
Denver. April 21. — A sharp drop in tempera
tore followed the snowstorm last night, 14 above
zero being: recorded by the Weather Bureau In
Denver and Pueblo, and fruit of all kinds In
Eastern Colorado, according 1 to reports, was
Dipped In the bud. While the damage to fruit
It it's state, according to some estimates, may
entrant to several million dollars, nearly all
ether crops will be greatly benefited by the
Eiolsture. A remarkable feature of the snow
storm was that it was more severe on the low
lands than in th© mountains.
Salt Lake City, Utah. April 21.— Interviews to
sty «'ith railroad officers and with the local
official of the United States Weather Bureau
show that th* heavy snows which at the close
tt last >v«ek prevailed east of the Rocky Moun
tains did not visit the country to the west of the
Continental divide.
PAINTERS' UNION COMPLAINS.
Organization Declared Strike., and Now Has
to Fight It Alone.
Some of the delegates of the. painters* unions
talked bitterly at yesterday's meeting of the
Central Federated T_"nlon of the position they
were ftj. having ordered a general strike and
having to fight It alone. They said none of the
other unions had struck in sympathy.
McAllister, walking- delegate of the Reliance
labor Club of Marble Cutters, explained why
In ordered the marble cutters back to work
wfctn they struck at the Plaza Hotel last week
to violation of the arbitration plan.
*% found a. mob of disorganized men of
tlZmnt trades standing around there," be paid
'1 finally ordered the men ba<*k to work, as they
Aid not peem to want to hold a meeting. There
was one time when the employers were solidly
fined up on the one side and the unions on the
ether. That was when the general lockout of
1532 occurred, and the unions were told that
they could get no work until they signed tho
arbitration plan. They will never have the
tame chance again of making a solid fight, and
they let that chance slip.**
The delegates of the Brotherhood of Painters
■aid that 60 per cent of the striking painters
had obtained work In other cities. Victor nuhr,
walking delegate of the Amalgamated Painters'
society said that some of the. walking delegates
wtio were now advising the unions not to strike
were once on the payroll of the George A. Fuller
company.
SiWMILL BURNED; LOSS $100,000.
* Northampton, Maps., April 21. Th* large paw
nlll of the Connecticut River Lumber Company
ttSloont TVim villajr*-. which had a daily output
et \Q(*,(**~» feet of lumber, was destroyed by fire
to-day, the loss beini? estimated at $100,000. It
■ believed th*» fire originated from sparks from
■ nearby pulp mill. Philip Sheridan, a hoseman
el one of the local companies, struck his head
Sfsinci an overhead bridge white on the way to
the fire, and was severely injured.
The New and Greater
TRIBUNE
BUILDING
Offers Many Advantages
to those seeking an
DEAL BUSINESS HOME.
The high character of its
tenants, its excellent location
— opposite City Hall Park — its
nearness to the subway, Brook
lyn Bridge and "L" Road sta
tions, its splendid elevator ser
vice (eight passenger and one
freight, plunger type), and the
fact that the Building
IS NEVER CLOSED
should commend it to any one whose business
» downtown.
Desirable Offices, singly or en suite, at prices from $1.50
to $2.25 per square foot.
NOW READY FOR OCCUPANCY.
Those wishing to look at offices should apply to the agent
Jrfthe Building, Room 610, 6th floor. Tel. 3000 Kveknmn.
WILD WEST OUSTS CIRCUS.
"Buffalo Bill" Opens at Garden To
morrow After Long Absence.
Down from Bridgeport, in peaceful Connecticut,
a hundred R'oux in paint and war bonnets hit the
trail for New York, over tho New York. New Ha
ven & Hartfor.i Railroad, yesterday and pitched
their camp in Mailieon Square Garden, where, they
nre a part of Buffalo Bills Wild West. This is
the first time the show of wild men and wilder
horses has be* n in this city in five years, and it
is to open to-morrow for a three, weeks* engage
ment. There are three hundred performers in all.
among them cowboys, pirl riders. Mexican mraies,
Cossacks, Japanese and Arab?. The last two ara
acrobatic performers, but the show as a whole Is
mainly dependent upon horsemanship for its ef
fects. To this end there nre five hundred horses
and seven buffaloes. All the horses and most of the
Indians are fresh from the plains, and this will be
their first public performance.
An incident that will not be repeated as a part
of the show occurred last night, when fifty Indians
from the Hippodrome paid a friendly call on the
Buffalo BUI redmen. They are all members of the
Sioux Nation. The Hippodrome Indians, led by
Chief White Bone, greeted the Wild West tribes
men, who lined ut», men, women and children, be
hind Chief Iron Tail. There was a speech by Chief
White, Bone, who said that he and his men had
been making much money here and were happy to
aid their brothers. Then came the handshaking
and the giving away of money. The reporters and
Garden employes stood by In something like
amazement when they Baw the Hippodrome band
passing out silver dollars and notes to their friends.
After this a peace dance and a smoke talk filled
In the evening. _, , ..
Since the Wild West was last In New 'i ork it
has travelled for (our years in Europe and many
new features have been added to tho programme.
The famous attack on the Deadwood coach re
mains, of course, but the grcr.t feature of this
year's performance is "The Battle of Summit
Sprlnp*.' 1 The engagement which this reproduces
was fought in July. 1869, when Colonel William F.
Cody discovered the encampment of hostile Indians
and brought to the scene Ills commanding officer.
Major E. A. Carr, whose forces defeated the In
dians. At the. mimic fight to-morrow mcht there
will be present in a box at the Garden the com
mander of the United States cavalry in the real
battle. Ho now ranks as Brevet Major general
Can and has Just returned from the Philippines
to retire from service. ■ „_. -._„*
Another event on the programme Is The Great
Train Hold-Up." in which is reproduced a hold-up
of a Union Pacific train at R^ck Creek. \\ yo..
in 1899, and the robbing of the ells Fargo car.
Colonel Cody ("Buffalo Bill") is to take part in
the battle scene, and duiinp the New Tork enjaire
ment is to use the Arabian stallion, Muezzin,
which is owned by Homer Davenport, the artist,
Colonel Cody wan busy yesterday supervising the
housing of his forces in the Garden. where the
most of the Indiana have their sleeping quarters
in the upper stories and where all of the perform
er!, eat in the cafe, which has been refurnished for
the purpose in camp fashion. Colonel Cody said
lie was In the best of Health and was especially
pleased by a Utter which he received from General
Nelson A. Miles, who praised the show for its In
structive features.
ALLEGED THIEF CAUGHT IN RICHMOND
Police Say He Stole to Get Funds to Find
Old Sweetheart.
Charged with the theft of wearing apparel and
jewelry valued at fI.fXM, tho prooseds of which, he
told the polite. It is alleged, he used trying to
find a young woman with whom he was In love
several years ago. Oeorge A. Creokmor«, of
Norfolk. Va., wae looked up in Pollco Headquarters
lnst night. Th# prisoner was arrested several
days ago in Richmond, Va.
According to the police. Creekmore was em
ployed in a bachelor apartment house at No. 153
Madison avenue. On April 4 It is alleged that he
took clothing and jewelry valued at about $1,000
from the rooms. 'Those who lived in the apart
ments and reported things missing Include Cyril
Hatch j K. Pospclthweiete. William Stockpole,
Charles Wh.-tmore. *Henry R. Dennis Edmund
Rogers. After the disappearance of Creekmore. the
matter was placed in the hands of the District
Attorney: and an indictment was found against
him by the Grand Jury. Lieutenant Flay, who
made the arrest, said that Creekmore confessed
to the robbery. ■ •
SOCIALISTS ATTACK PRESIDENT.
\
Central Federated Union to See Him About
Moyer-Haywood Statement.
The socialist delegates at yesterday's meeting of
the Central Federated Union started another attack
on President Roosevelt -' because of his failure to
reply to a communication In which he wes asked
to retract a statement that Mover, Hay wood and
Pettlbone, who are awaiting trial on the charge of
murder, were undesirable citizens. The matter
came up on the report of Albert Abrahams, a so
cialist, on behalf of the lloyer-Haywood confer
ence organized to collect money for the defence of
the three men. He said the conference was Indig
nant at President Roosevelt for not replying, and
appointed a delegate to go to see him la Washing
ton.
"We want this body to appoint a delegate to go
with him." he said. "President Roosevelt seems to
be playing the fura" game as a chief of police who
was reported to give the advice: "When you are
caupht with tho poods say nothing.' '*
Several other delegates then spoke on the sub
jext. The Central Federated Union appointed three
delegates, instead of one, to go to Washington with
the Moyer-Haywood conference delegate.
; c
LABORERS ATTACK PRESIDENT.
Chicapo, April President Roosevelt was mnde
the object of denunciatory resolutions passed
unanimously to-day by the Chicago Federation of
I^abor for referring to President Charles H. Moyer
and Secretary William D. Haywood of the West
ern Federation of Miners as undesirable citizens.
The action followed a speech by J. E. Morgan, a
member of the Western Federation of Miners.
Mover and Haywood are now under arrest in
Boise. Idaho, charged with the murder of ex-
Governor Frank Steunenberg at Caldwell, Idaho,
on December ' . . 1905.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. MONDAY. APRIL 22. 1907.
Trust Companies.
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Deposits received subject to check. Of
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OFFICERS
CLARENCE H. KELSEY. President.
FRANK BAILEY, Vice President.
EDWARD O. STANLEY. 2nd vic^ Prea>
MHDager Ranking Department.
CLINTON I>. BURDICK. 3d Vice-Pres.
J. WOAT CLEVELAND, Secretary.
ARTIU TERRY, Trpasnrer
F.L.BNIFTEN. Mcr. Brooklyn Bsnklns Dept.
THISTKEB
John Jacob Astor Kdear L. Marston
Frank Kailey \VllliHtu .T. Matfaesoa
Edward T. Bedford Charles Matlack
Charles S. Brown William H. M.-hoU
Sullen T. Park* .Tames H. Olirnsnt
Charles R Henderson Robert Olyrbnnt
John D. Hicks Cbarles A. r.'abody
William M. lusrahtm Frederick Potter
Angustus D. Jullltard Chorlea Hhl.ardses
Martin J.ost Henry Hot h
Clarence H. Relsey Jacob 11. Schlff
John S. Kennedy James Sp«-yer
Woodbary Lat.sdon Panford 11. Steels
James I>."l.vn-I. Kills D. Williams
James 11. Manning Louis Wlndmuller
City Hotels.
MOTEL ENUICOTT
Is the most elegant, comfortable and homelike hotel
for quiet people In th* City of New York. Write for
particulars.
A— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED APARTMENTS; prl-
I\.. vate bath; $1 50 <inlly: Including m«al», on» $15;
two. Jt?l weekly. THE ALABAMA. 13 V.:i->t 11th st.
Restaurants.
T\Ti'!,K D'HOTE dinner every evening In Famous
Dutch Room. Holpl Martinique. B'lvay, 3:'.< l. $1.30.
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Instruction.
For Both — City.
~^^^™ t
Tire beri.itz srnooi, OF LANGUAGES.
MADISON SQUARE (1122 Broadway).
HARLKM IiRANCU: Lenox Aye. cor. 12Gtb St.
BROOKLYN " 73 Court Bt.
NEWARK " Bcheuer BulMlns;.
Teachers sent to places within hundred miles.
School Agency.
AMERICAN AND FORKinN TEACHERS' AOCNCt
•applies Professors, Teachers. Tutors, aovernesses. etc.
to Colleges. Schools and Families. Apply to
Mrs. M 3. IOUNOFULTON. It Union Square.
Lost and Found.
~l_»■i■!ii, , i ■ i i r - '
IF YOU IIAVIt LOST OH FOUND ANYTHING. TELE
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Auction Sales of Real Estate.
MOUNT VKKNON LOTS AT A I TIOV.
I IIF.S IIX 1111. 1. AMI VEHNON PARK.
UEOHOB \V. lt%l<li. AICTIUNKER.
BATUKDAY, APRIL 27th. 3 .. ■ '!.•" K.
TBEGINNIXA AT LINCOLN AVKNIE.
Corner of Crary Avenue, oppoetta Hartley Park.
The--*- lot* nrr some of the flnt-m
IN THE CITY Off MOUNT VERNON.
In reFtrlrted sections anrl must be until
on account of own-.-r K'»lns* to Bnrope.
Termj very «hsv. liiacrams and full iiinlculars.
GEORGE \V. BARD H. E. COMPANY
1 New York Ofßce, I Mt. Wrnon Offlce.
mi East 149 th St. 11 Depot Place.
Tel 10.',2 Melrose I T< I -•♦'■'
Real Estate.
THE PRESENT CONDITION
OF THE MONEY MARKET
Offers you fjollcnt opportunities
to dispose of -our country pr ,■:'••■
ON A CASK BASIS
Offering you In return
GOOD VINO 10T,. INVESTMENTS
In Flat and Apartment Houses
CLEMENT 11. SMITH.
730 Tremont Aye.. r..v. Washinßton Aye.
HOW ABOUT YOUR FACTORY?"
LONG ISLAND CITY FACTOKV CO.,
N. T. Offices .lift Nassau St.
HIGH CLASS BUMMER HOMES: club now forming.
EZRA A. TUTTIA
ISO Broadway.
4y.% MORTGAGE LOANS. 5%
rk " CORTLANDT MOI!T<; CO.. «2 'vVllllam St.
City Property for Sale.
Desirable Plot Near Post Office
FOR SALE
SUITABLE LOCATION for
OFFICE AND SHOWROOM BUILDING.
BOUND a WHITIHB CO.. 5 Beekman st -
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
OWN TOUR HOME.- No rent; 14 etory fireproof; few
vacancies left; location below r.Mli. For plan see
CHARLES B. FORCE, 4S!> r.th sve Tel 677! SSth.
LAFONTAINK AYE., 2136. near IH'.'d «t. (183 d st. L I
station) — Hinfi'.e Hat. 7 rooms, bath, storeroom, steam
heat, hot water. •
TRY TO STOP "CLANSMAN."
Cut light Wires and Sound Fire Alarm in
Theatre.
[By Telegraph to Thi> Tribune.]
Harrlsonburp, Va.. April 21.— During the pres
entation of Thomas Dixon'g play "The Clnns
man " in Assembly Hull last night an attempt
was made to Mami><>.].; the audience by crippling
the electric, ll^iit system and turning in fire
alarms. The theatre was crowded, many people
having come forty or fifty miles to sec the piny.
Thf* play proceeded, however, kerosene lamp*
being used to furnish lights for the actors. Cool
heads In the audience prevented a. panic when
many fire alarms sounded simultaneously with
the going out of the Huh**- T' le authorities
have started an Investigation.
The cutting of the electric wires plunged the
entire city Into darkness.
THREE STAPLETON AUTO ARRESTS.
As a result of complaints made by residents of
Richmond Vallc-y to the pollca against fast auto
mobile* through tin town, th* Stapleton police
rounded up three violators laat night, and they
were compelled to pive $100 cash bait Kacii of tlie
prisoners was charged by the officer with speeding
at the rat<>. of thirty miles an hour.
FIVE HUNDRED BALES OF COTTON BURN.
Woonsoekst, R. I . April 21. -Mot.' than live hun
dred bales of cotton belonging t<> the Ulaokstone
Manufacturing Company, and recently transferred
from Blackstone to this dry. were practically de
stroyed by fire to-day, the loss being estimated at
$30,000. Tbf fire had evidently !'<•'■" smouldering
lor some, hours when it was discovered, and is
believed to have originated fr-.m spontaneous com
bustion. The loss is covered by Insurance.
SEEB END OF BIBLE'S INFLUENCE.
Ithaca, N. V.. Apr'l 21.— "Future religious
leaders." said Professor Nathaniel Schmidt, a
Shuttle student, before an audience of Cornell
students to-day, "will substract from and add to
the Bible as Luther and Calvin did. Its religious
tnfhirr"* will boou vanish 1 *
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66 BROADWAY. *
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100 WEST 125T11 ST.
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This Company issues
LETTERS OF CREDIT
and Travellers' checks payable In
any part of the world.
Spring Resorts.
HEW JERSEY.
chalFonte,
Atlantic City, N. J.
ALWAYS OPEN.
ON THE, BLACH HRLPROOF
6£ND TOR UTERATCItw.
THE, LEEDS COMPANY
HOTEL DENNIS
ATLANTIC 6ITY, N. J.
Occupies one-half square of unobstructed
beach front.
fc WALTER J. BUZBY.
HOTEL TRAYMORE
OX THE OCEAN FRONT.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
A rr.acniflcent ten-story fireproof addition has been
added, making this famous hostelry the newest anil most
up-to-date of Beach Front Hotels. Bedrooms averaging
19 feet square, and every room with an ocean view, bath
attached. «c& and freßh water. Telephones and Cheval-
Klasa. Music. Spacious solarium. Golf privileges. Writs
for Illustrated Booklet
Chas. O. Marquttte. TRAYMORE HOTEL. CO..
Manager. D. S. WHITE. President.
HOTEL RUDOLF,
ATLANTIC CITr. NEW JBRSBT.
Directly on Beach; American and European plans; 400
ocean view rooms; lijO suites, with private sea water
baths: phonos In rooms; orchestra, weekly social features;
capacity 1.O0O; upeclal i-,i '.:>»; rates.
CRAB. H. MYERS. Owner.
THE mnonrssT,
Ocean End Michigan Avenue. Atlantic City. N. J.
Rooms en suite, with bath: lonic -distance 'phones In
rooms; elevator to street. Special spring rates.
I- 1.1 AM R. HOOD.
THE CLARENDON. ~ "
Virginia Aye. and Bracb. Atlantic City. N. J.
M D. NIEMAM.
KEVf TORK.
Health in the Hill Tops
of Orane*. Sullivan, lister and Delaware Counties. N. T..
on th« mate Hne and branches of tha New
York. Ontario & Western Ry.
If you are neeklns; a BUMMER HOME for your family
In a region of absolute
HEALTH AT MOPERATR COST.
2,000 feet above the »c». with pure air. pure water, pur*
milk, no malaria or ntaeaaltoe*, an.l within Three Hours'
Rid- from New York — a country heartily recommend* i by
physicians- then *enl r> cents for i"'t.t.is» to the under
signed, 01 rail and net free at offices helow the SUPERB
LY ILLUSTRATED BOOK, '"SUMMER HOMES." of 133
rage*. It gives a list of over 1.000 Hotels, Farms and
Boarding Houses with their location, rates of board,
facllitle*. attractions, ic. YacaMou Bureau at 41& Broad
way. N. V.
IN NEW YORK— 42.-., 11S0. ÜB4. 1393 Broadway.
45 Katrkii Bt.. i!* 7 «tb Are., 245 Columbus Aye.. 2799 34
aye., 105 West Tilth ft . IK2 Bth aye.. Ticket office* Des
brosses and Went 42(1 »t. ferries. .'.* l Beaver St.. Journal
lnf'-nr.atlon Bureau. Columbus • Ircle and 69th St.. Eagl*
Information Bureau, 2rt East 23U st.
IN BROOKLYN— Court St.. 47» Nnstrand aye. cor.
Ma an St.; 3ttt> Broadway: Kaglrt Information Bureau.
On May 29th ami SOth Excursion tickets at reduced
rate* will be sold at 423 Broadway. 1304 nroadway. 103
Went 125 th Rt.. CO Beaver St.. 4 C»urt st., Brooklyn, Wee
hawken nnd ferry nice*, Blvlnj; an opportunity of person
ally selecting a Pumnur home, and also enjoying a day's
fishing in this delightful region. Tickets pw>,t returning
May 30th or May 31st. J. c. ANDERSON.
Traffic Manager. 86 Beaver St.. N. T.
ROTO.
GRAMATAN
BRONXVII.I.E ----- Westrheiter Co.. X. T.
15 miles from N. ¥. Open all the year. Send tot
booklet J. J. j^annlN CO.. Prop*.
GARDEN CITYHOTEL
UAKUKN CITY Long Ixlaml.
18 miles from New York. Open all the year, uulet
refined, exclusive. Booklet. J. J. LANNIN CO.. Prop*.
VIRGINIA.
Virginia Hot * Springs
5.300 feet elevation. Open all the year.
Waters, baths, hotcb and scenery nowhere equal! :d
SPECIAL NEW YORK OFFICE.
243 FIFTH AVENUE.
where ex?unlon tickets. Pullman reservations and
special information may be oblulned.
NEW HOMESTEAD. Modern lli s h-Class Hotel
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
allow* stop-over at Covlngton, Vs., on through ticket*
to Cincinnati. Louisville. Chicago, St. I>culs. and the
West, for side trip to Virginia Hut Springs.
I'ullmnn comi>urtment car. via Wunhlntitbn. leaves
N. Y. 4:3f. p. in., arrives Ei ring* *:'X) a. m.. Eastern
time. Excursion llckets ana l-'ulliuan r<>s»rvatlons
at C. tt O. cmcew. 'M 2 Hroaiiway and 243 Fifth Ave
nuv. also -.(lUub Pcaaa. K. It. and connecting lines.
FRED STOUtT. Maiu^-r. Hut brings. Va.
Furnished Apartments to Let.
\— HLEi.JAXTI.Y FURNIBHED APARTMENTS: pri
. vale bath; |1.60 duly; liiclmliii B meuls, one, $IS;
two, 12-. weekly. THE ALABAMA. IB East llth st.
AN ATTRACTIVE BVtTM ot three rooms and bath t»
now for rent THE RHINELANDEK. 12 6th aye.
To Let for Business Purposes.
LOFTS — All sizes. Hsht four sides; skylight, elevator,
I power HAY. 115 Mulberry st.. near Orand.
4JITORE. WITH BASEMENT, at No. 141 Fultonst.. New
fe York City, lo let from May 1. JUO7. a. F. RAN
DOLPH, Plalnfleld, N. J.
Brooklyn Property for Sale.
TWO FAMILY stone hcjse. 12 rooms and 2 baths;
built two years ago; handsomely decorated: Park
place, near Brighton Beach L. R. M.. Box 1.
Tribune.
Long Island Real Estate, for Sale.
COTTAGE of 7 rooms; small barn; few fruit trees;
plot BOxlN); 12.200. % cash. C. I* WALLACE;
lt~:£vlit; Centre. Long Island.
Country Property for Sale,
THE WESTCHESTER HILLS,
Beautiful. Accessible. llenlthlul. Valuable
COUNTRY PLACES— ALL.
„ SIZES— ALA PRICES— EASY TERMS
70 Acres; House. IV rooms, all improvements: Carriage
House. Greenhouse, all kinds of fruit; Magnificent Shade;
Extended Views; .station 10 minutes; 28 miles City limits;
Commuting distance; $23,000.
AMA WALK REALTY CO..
SI NASSAU ST.. NEW YORK.
A TLANTIU HIGHLANDS. — For sale, cottage of 10
■**- rooms, bath and laundry: barn with loft, new; lot
100x125; reasonable. Address owner. A. D.. 8 Dodd St..
East Orange. N. J.
GENTLEMAN- S BUILDINO PI/>T. 100x21T: Palisade
aye.. Englewood. Call evenings. T. Hlavacsk.
532 East 71 St st.
HAWOrth. N. J.. th» place to live. Inquire
FRANKLIN SOCIETY. 1 Beekman St.
AT BEUjMORF:.— Fine ccttßte. 7 rooms: all Improve
ments; bath: plot 14ttx2W; best location; $4,800;
terms. SAMUEL. SELF". Bellmore. L. I.
COUNTRY HOME en the Hudson at Rhinebeck. 12T
VJ acres; if not sold will be leased, furnished, for sum
mer. Address MARTIN HEERMANCE. Poughkeepsie.
K. T. ■ ■ ,: • „•
T7"II^LAQB FARM. TWO RESIDENCES. 16 rooms: 2%
. V story barn, hennery; great bargain this month.
t1.300. F. THOMPSON. Hotel Central. Wlnstea. Conn.
/COUNTRY STORE PROPERTY; stock and fixtures;
\J naw soda fnuntsin; postcrtHce: hall over store: 40x40
frame building; built 1904; 11 rooms. Box 5. Manalapan.
N. J.
IDEAL COUNTRY HOME. Shawan|runk Mountains, wtth
view of f'atakllls; 10 room house, barns, outbuildings;
75 acres; »3.000 buys this farm. J. E. HARDENBEItUH.
Roopdale. N. Y.
T7K>R BALE. OR TO I>ET— Pleasant home, opposite
-C Albany, overloohlns the Hudson. Apply to MAR
THA <IC>OLJ>. 8 Bedford Terrai-e. Northampton. Mass.
RESIDENCE and grounds In Lyme township, on Con
necticut River; location healthy anil pleasant. Par
ticulars from JOHN ANDERSON. Cedar Grove. Brock
way. Conn.
rnAJHIYTuWN. — House. 14 moms; electrtc light, bath.
X stabl». fruit: five acres; tine river view; rent moder
ate. JOHN WEBBER, owner. 7 Beekman St.. N. T. City.
T7OR SALE — A handsome residence in the -villa** of
JC South Orange. New Jersey, house has 15 room*. 4
bathrooms. Mean heat, gas and electrlo fixtures. In
first class condition; all Improvements; stable for three
horses; corner lot. 220xJ"S feet; owner sains abroad:
will sell at a bargain. Address 471 Centre street. South
Orange. N. J.
-i ('-ROOM HOUSE. aU improvements, H acre ground;
l\i « room house 12'» tota. shade trees, grapevines.
tood well, bam and hennery; several houses, "tots and
rlntg- easy terms; 6 miles from 4M St.. New York.
THOMAS BRANIOAN. <:oytesville. near Fort Lee. X. J.
FOR FAl.E.— Cheap. 7-aore plot: fine resHontlal *ee
tloa: S minutes' walk la depot; 46 minutes from
< 'hamb*rs or W**t 23.1 sts. ; must sacrtnea for $3,900; ea*T
terms i^HARUEiS FRET. I'fmarest. N. J.
Brooklyn Property to Let.
E~*LEO\NT~ DETACHED COTTAOE^TO" RENT: it
rooms and bath: all Improvements; newly decorated;
vi. to data; I*sl I'arksW* aye.. opposite Prospect Park.
Flathush; handy to B. B U. "Woodruff avenue station,
Inquire at house, or J. BERRY. 1115 Bergen St.. Brook
lrn. ,
Furnished Houses to Let — Country.
M\MARONE«'K ON BOL'NI*. — furnished houses. •
to 14 rooms, on, Heathcot« Hill and Hawthorn
I'nrk s to IS minutes from station: $300. $6«>n, 9300 to
|To«« for season. WAMPAQUAM REALTY COR
PORATION, ln<- . Mamaroneck. N. T.
FINE HOUSE AT FLUSHING FOR BENT.
Three Btory brick dwelling, late resldtnc* of H. A.
Bogert corner Lawrence aye. and Washington st. ; about
4 acres lawn; 17 rooms. 2 bathrooms, butler's pantry.
lame kitchen and laundry In basement; $S6O per month;
$3(H> prr month, furnished; will sell. 175.00 U. ELLIOTT.
JAFFRAY & CO.. 184 Broadway. New York City, or
local agents at Flushing-
Country Property to Let
HOMES IN THE NORTH END SECTION of Newark;
7-£ 10 rooms; mod'rata rents. MYRON W. MORSE.
18V» Third aye.. Newark. N. J.
EIGHT ROOM HOUSEI conservatory and stable; plot
U>x\2o bteam heat, gas and electric; modern plumb
ing hardwood trim; beautiful view; |7,5K>. S2.COW cash.
Owner. V. O. Box 202. White Plains. N. Y.
CIANADA — Furnished summer cottage. Stoney Lake.
/ *Kawarrha Lakes, for sale or rent; central loca
tion, very complete and in excellent condition. X. Bos
L"_'. Tribune.
L\Kl3 OKORGE. — Summer home, 11 rooms. ann»x,
„.ttBK« S rooms, to -cnt la Indian Kettla* Paris.
Fr partlCttlSfS address EDWARD BARR. I** State St.
Brooklyn. '
LOFT IN* STORE and 10-ft. high cellar; strong built
J house- runs from one street to another: stable la
back: cars pass property. Inquire 433 Knickerbocker aye.,
Brooklyn, upstairs.
Surrogates' Notices.
TRIMBLE, ISABELLA PENTON 1 . — la pursuance of
A an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surro
gate of th« County of New York, notice. Is her*by given
to all persons having claims against Isabella Penton
Trimble, late of the County of New York, deceased, to
present the same, -with vouchers thereof, to th» sub
scriber, at Its l>la<-« of transacting business. No. 13
Nassau Street, In the City of New York, on or b*fore
the o( *th flay of October mxt
Dated Sew York, the 13th day of April. 1907.
EQUITABLE TRUST COM PAST OP NEW YORK.
Executor.
BOOTHBY * BALDWIN.
Attorneys for Executor.
31 Nassau Street. New Tork City.
Iv PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER of HON. abxetr O.
Thomas, a Surrogate *l In* County of New lork.
notice Is hereby given to all persons having claims against
Da\ia J. Miles, late of the County of New York, dscsaafd,
to present the same with vouchers thereof to the sub
scriber at her plate of transacting business at the of
rlce of 'o W. Hopkins, No. 7 ISeekman street. In th* City
of New York, on or before the Bth day of September next.
Dated. New York, the 27th day of February, 1907.
""• " ELIZABETH A. MILES.
G. W HOPKINS, Administratrix.
Attorney for Administratrix. No. 7 Beekman street. Bor
rough of Manhattan. New York City-
COHEN. SAMUEL M— PURSUANCE OP AN
J order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the
County of New York, notice Is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against Samuel M. Cohen, late of
the County of New York, deceased, to present the same
with vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their
place of transacting business, at the office of Wolf,
Kohn & Ullman. No. 203 Broadway. In the City of
New York on or before the :sth day of July nest.
Dated New York, the 14th day of January. 1907.
DE VI- ITT C. COHEN. 1
LEWIS 8. WOLFF. Executors.
ALBERT O. MORGENSTERX.J
WOLF. KOHN & UI.LMAN. Attorneys for Executors.
2«3 Broadway. Borough ot Manhattan. New York
City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. FRANK
T. Fitzserald. a Surrogate of the County of New
York notice Is hereby Riven to all persons hav*ng
claims ngalr.st Mary Ann Riddle, late of the County
of N«*w York. deceaßed. to present the sum*, with
vouchers thereof, to the subscribers at their place of
transacting lousiness, at the law offices of Murray,
Bennett & Ingersoll, Nos. 16-22 William Street. In The
City of New York, on or before the 30th day of June
Dated New Tork. the 12th day of December. 190*.
CHARLES L. HOLT.
MART CHALMERS.
Executor*,
Mt'RRVT BENNETT * INGERSOLL. Attorney* for
Executors. IS-22 William Street. New Tork City.
New York.
R\Nt>ELL. ANNA J. — IN PURSUANCE OF AN
"order of Hon. Frank T. Fitsgerald. a Surrogate of
lbs County of New York, notice is hereby Riven to all
persons having claims against Anna J. Randell. late of
the County of New York, deceased, to present the. same,
with" the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their
place for transacting business, at the office of Ronald
X Brown. No. 320 Broadway. In the Borough of Man
hattan. City of New York, on or before the Ist day of
October New York. March lC.«g7. RAN
Dated New Tork. March 14. IMT
JAMES W RAN DELI*
RONALD K. BROWN.
Executors.
ROBERT THORNK. Attorney for Executors. 30 Broad
Street. Manhattan. New York City. -,
STANLEY. MERVIN —IN PURSUANCE OF AN
>?• order of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of
th« County of New York, notice la hereby given to all
Larsons Laving claims against Mervln C. Stanley, late
of the Count* of N»w York, deceased, to present the sam»
with Touchers thereof to the subscriber at her place of
transacting business, at the. office of Kellogg It. Rose,
No 120 Broadway. In the City of New York, on or before
the Ist day of October next.
' Dated Nsw York, the 21st day of March. 1907.
v MAItTIIA F. M. BTANLET.
Executrix.
KELLOGCS * ROSE.
Attorneys for Executrix
120 Broadway.
Borough < f Manhattan.
New York City.
E9SBERO MAX.— PURSUANCE OF AN
order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the
County of New York, notice is hereby given to all per
sona having claims against Max Hessberg. late of the
County of New York, deceased, to present the same,
with vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their place
of transacting business, at the office of Wolf, Kohn a
Ullman. No. 203 Broadway. In the City of New York.
on or before the SSth day of July next.
Dated New York, the 14th day of January. 1907.
LENA HESSDEKG, 1
EDWIN SOMMKKICH. Executors.
SIMSON WOLF. J
SOL. KOHN. Attorney for Executors. 203 Broadway.
Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
MORTIMER. ANNA ELIZABETH— In pursuance of
an order ot the Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate
of the County of New York, notice la hereby given to all
persons having claims against Arna Elizabeth Mortimer,
late of the County or New York, deceased, to present the
§ame. with vouchers thereof, to the subscriber at his
place of transaction butlnew. No. 11 Wall Street. In the
Ctty of New Tork. Borough of Manhattan, on or before
the 2»th day of June. 19W.
Dated N«« York. December 12th. ISO*.
RICHARD MORTIMER. Executor.
Ptrsson * fteall. Attorneys for Executor. 31 Liberty Street.
New Tork.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. ABNCTt
C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
York, notice I* hereby given to all persons having
claims against Frank F. Thebaud. 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. SO Broad Street, la the Bar
ough of -man. City of New Tors, on or before
the Bth day of July. »•?.
Dated New Tork. the B«th day of December. 1901.
FRANK L. HALL and FRITZ PRAHL. Executor*.
ERNEST P. HOES, Attorney for Executors, Xa.
SO Broad Street. Borough, et llbwMMb- New
York city. m. x. k
Surrogates* Notices.
IN PURSUANCE Of AN ORDbtK OF HON. ABKWM
C. Thomas, a Surrogate, of the County of New Tork.
notice Is hereby given to all persona having tMM
against Charles H. Isham. late of the County of New
Tork. deceased, to present the same, with vouchers
thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of transact
ing business, at the office of WV-kea & Forster. No. 45
William Street. Borough of Manhattan. In the City of
New York, on or before the 15th day of August aasc
Dated New York, the Bth day of February, 19ST.
HEXKY DE FOREST WEEKEB. MATTHEW H.
MOODY. Exeiutors.
WEEKKS & FORSTER. Attorneys for Execu'ors. Mo>
45 William Street. Manhattan. New Tork Ctty.
IN PURSUANCE OF AX DRIVER OF BON: ABNER
C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
York. notice Is hereby given to alt persons having
claims against Israel D. Goodman, late of th* County
or New York, deceased, to present the same, with
vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at his place of
transacting business, at the office of Spelr A Bartlett.
No. fi Wall Street. Borough of Manhattan, In th*
City of Now York, on or before the first day of Sep
tember. l»O7. next.
Dated New York. the 21st day of February. 1907.
BERNARD GOODMAN. Executor.
6PEIR *■ BARTLETT. Attorneys for Executor. 32 Watt
Street. Borough of Manhattan. Now York City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP HON. ABNCTt
C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the Count- of New Tork.
notice is hereby given to all persona having claim*
against George E. Kernochan. la » of the County •£
New York, deceased, to present the same, with vouch
ers thereof, to th» subscriber*, at their place of trans*
acting business, at the oflce of William M. Mullen.
Esq., No. 203 Broadway. Borough of Manhattan, la the
City of Now York, on or before the lath day of July
next. ■ ■■■• ■ •=
Dated New York, the Itth «•-- «f January. 190?.
ETTA S. KERNOCHAN. FRANK D. KERNOCnAN"
and ROBERT H. GORDON. Executors.
WM. M. MULLEN'. Attorney for Executors. 203 Ere* I
way. New Tork City.
SMITH. ADELE— IN PURSUANCE OB* AN ORDKR
of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a »irrogat« of the County
of New York, notice Is hereby given to ail person* havta*}
claims against Aide Smith, late of th* County of New
York, deceased, to present the same, with vouchers there
of to the subscriber, at her place of transacting business. .
at the office of Boukstavcr & Norton, her attorneys. No*
236 Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. In the City ot New
York on or before the Ist day of July. 1907.
Dated. New York, the 2uth day of December, ISO*. . . . .
MARIE 8. HEILMANN, Administratrix.
BOOK3TAVER & NORTON. Attorneys for Admtnlatra
triat. 250 Broadway. Borough eg Manhattan. New York. .
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER of Hon. Abner C.
Thomas, a Surrogate of tie County of New Tejrk.
notice is hereby given to all persons having claims
against S. Nicholson Kane, late of the County ef New
Tork. deceased, to present the came. with voucher*
thereof, to the subscriber at hi* place of transacts**
business, at the office or Horace 0. Ely & Co.. No, 3d
Liberty street. in the City of New York, oa or titan tßw
20th day of June next. Dated: New York, Ut* lets day
.fDec«ater. IM. JOHN INNE3 KA^. !
. - - a a^i?r» *•
Miller. King. Lane A Trafferd.
Attorneys for Administrator.
80 Broadway. New York City. » >
RHEINSTROM. LEON.— EJ FTTIISTTANCB OF 5
AX order of X >n. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate et
the County of New York, notice la hereby gtresi to ail
persona havlnc claims against Leon Rhelnstroea. lit* ci
the County ot New York, deceased, to present the) ease*.
with vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their plica c i
transacting business, at the office* of Slmsaon. Thacher &
Bartlett attorneys. No. 82 Cedar Street, in tbs BniSSgjTi
of Manhattan. In the City of New York, on or Defer* tl*
20th day ot July next. Dated New York. the Tta da; st
January. 1907.
ALLAN M. niIETNSTIIOiI. BAMUII. jr. EIISIX
STROM. Executors.
SIMPSON. THACHER A BARTLKTT, Attorneys tat Bs*
ecutors. 02 Cedar Street. Borough ec M "ls*tr". N.
T. City.
IN PURSUANCE OB" Alt OBJ3SB OF EO^. AB.NSR
X C. Thomas, a Surrogate of th* County of New Tsrk.
notke is hereby given to all person* havtaf slsi*M
against Thomas E. Stlllman. Ist* of the County of Ussy
York, deceased, to present th* same, with Teachers
thereof, to the subscribers, at their place ef liaaasilllin
business, the office of their attorney*. Butler. NMasSSf
& Mynderse. No. 5* Wall 9' reet. la th* Tlsreash st
Manhattan. City of New Tors. *a •» altos tha one
day of May next.
Dated New York, the »th day of October. INS.
WILLIAM A. TAYLOR. - t
WILLIAM ARMSTRONG »
EDWARD a HABKNmL \
Exacutanu \
BUTLER. NOTMAN * MTNDEBSB.
Attorneys for Executors. 14 Wall Strut. KwW TSSsS
■ qty ,
IN PURSUANCE OF AN* ORDER OS* HON. FBANK T.
FITZGERALD, a Surrogate* of the County of New/
York not! Is hereby given to all persona havlaar osalmev
against Mary B. Benjamin, late of the County of New
York, daceasotl. to present tha sama with vouchers ta**e-»
of. to the subscriber, at his place of transacting a— <
ness. No. 23 West 33d street. In the City of New York*,
on or before th» 14th day of October next.
Dated New York, the Ist day of April. 190 T.
RtM.SKN & PARSONS. Attorneys tor Executor. CO Wall-
Street. New York City.
WILLIAM n. BENJAMIN. — »c»tor. |
TJTLIESa. ANGE POST.— IN PURSUANCE OF AN*'
XIX I order, dated January 10th. 1907. of Hon. Frank T.
ritigenikl, a SKirrogate of the County of New York, no
tice Is hereby given to all persona having claims efstim
Ange Post Fliess. late of th* County of New York. ds
ceased, to present the same, with vouchers thereof, to the
subscribers, at their place of transacting business, at th*
office of Frederick W. Yates. Esq.. No. Si Nassau Street.
In the Borough, of Manhattan. City of New York, OB or
before the 13th. day of August, 1907.
WILLIAM M. FLIESS. Jr.. ANQE J. FLIES?. ANNA X.
FLIESB. RICHARD VOM HOFB. Executor*.
FREDERICK W. YATES. Attorney for Executors.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP HON. ABNKR
C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New Tork.
notice Is hereby given ta all persons having elates
against James A. Garland. late of Portsmouth. Rhode)
Island, deceased, to present the same, with youaeisia
thereof, to the subscribers, at their'plaea 9t traaaaot-
Ing business, at the office of David Carll. No. So Broad
Street (Room 1121). In th* City of New York, «a or
before the 22nd cay of May. MOT. ". .. ■■„
Dated New York, the »th day of Novi»m*«r. I9OC.
HENRY D. TUDQB. MARIE T. GARLAND. DAVIS It,
VAIL. Ancillary Executors. >
DAVID CAR LI. Attorney for Executors. 29 Broad
Street. Borough of Manhattan. New Tork City.
IN PURSUANCE OP AS ORDER Of HON. FRANK
T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate) of the County of New York.
notice Is hereby given to all persona having claim* against
Bheppard Knapp. tats of the County of New York, deceased^
to present the same with voucher* thereof *a the eai>
•crlb«r. at her place- of transacting business, at th»
ofSc* of her attorneys. Messrs. Kenneeon. Bkniey St
Rublno. No. 13 William Street. In tha> City of New
York, on or before th* 10th. day of June next. Salad
New York, the 2*Mi day of Nov.. 1008.
SARAH E. KNAPP. Executrix.
KENVESOS. EMIJ3T A RI'BINO. Attorneys) for T*sim
trix. IS William St.. Borough of Manhattan. JI««
York an. wr
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. FRANK T.
Fltigerald. a Surrogate of the County of New York,
notice Is hereby given to all persons having claims against
lUrgaretta B. Warren. lat» of the County of New York,
deceased, to prestnt the same, with vouchers thereof. to
the subscriber, at my f-lac» of transacting business. No.
H9 Church Street. In the city of New Haven. Connecttoat. '
on cr before the 19th day of July neat.
Dated New H tvea. Conn., the 19th day of January . MST
NATHAN H. TCTTI4BL BxecutoeT *
IN PURSUANCE! OF AX ORDER VT HON. ABKUt
C Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of X*w> Torts.
not!.'.* is hereby glv«n to all persons having claims
er«lr.9t Hermann Oelrtch». late of the County of New
York, deceased, to present the same, with vouchee* there
of to the subscriber, at hta p!aee of transacting bust-*
ness. No. 40 Exchange Flac**. In the Eoroush of Mantaat
tan. In the city of New York, on or before the Sis* Cay
of August nest. ' ■
Dated Sew York, 16th day of February, ISOT.
CHARLES M. O^UUCHsX EMSMev.
JAY & CAXDZ.ER. Attorneys tow Executor. I.'o. ii Y,'tZi'
»t.. New York City.
F PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP SON. AMOR C
Thorn**, a Surrogate of the County of New Tesw.
notice Is hereby given to all persona having claims asatswS
John W. Miller, late of tho County of :.'9w YorSr. 4a
ceased, to present me same with vouch*** thereof to the)
subscriber, at Mi place of transacting busts***, tee of
fices of Fitch. Moore A Swan. No. M Pine ties*, In taw
City of New York. «a cr before tha JOtH day d Asctl
next.
Dated New York, trie IBta Jay of October. X? 0&,
WALTER E. HOCGHTOJI. Exssntor,
FITCH. MOORE & SWAN. Attorney* for Kxecoter.gr>
Piie Street. Borough of Manhattan. Ksx Tork Ct:y.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. ..*..#. _
In PURSUANCE of an order or HOM, inn C
Thomas, a Surrogate of the county of New Tort no—
tice in hereby given to all persons having claim* sea lie*
William cawlev Ashwell. late of the County of New Tort.
deceased, to present the same, with vouchers thereof, tat
the subscriber, at her place of transacting- business, at th*>
office o£ OuJtn ft Oakley, her attorneys. Nik. 43 Broadway.
In the City of New York, on or before th* SUk day eS?
September next.
Dated. New York, the 4th day ef March. 1207.
GRACE JULIA ASOWELL. Exeentrts.
or DIN* * OAKLET. Attorneys for Executrix. 4& aMwS«
way. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF BOH. FRANK
T Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of New>
York, not lea Is hereby given to all . person* havtaa
claims against Annie P. Burgess, late of the County o;
New York, deceased, to present the same, with vouch
ers thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of trans
acting business, at the office of William R. WUICOOU '
33 Nassau Street. Borough of Manhattan, la the Clty>
of New York, on or before the 20th day of August next.
Dated New York. th» sth day of February. 1007.
JOHN W. VKOOMAN. OSCAR BUNK«. DANIK,
MAYN'ARD BURGESS. Executors.
WILLIAM R. WILLCOX. Attorney for Executors. 39
Nassau Street. Manhattan Borough. New Torts City.
»N PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. ABNKR
C. Thuiiias, a Surrogate ot the County of New Tork.
notice U hereby given to all persons having claims agaiaet
Charles W. Doherty. Ute of the County ot New TarkT
deceased, to present the same, with voucher* thereof. te>
Ih<* subsrrlbeiw. at their place of transacting business, at
Ins office of Thompson, Ross A Warren, No. 33S Broad
way, in the Borough of Manhattan. In the City off tttm
Tork. on or before the first day ot September next.
L'atetl New York, the seventh day o( February. ISST.
CHARLES O. KOSS. MARIE ROCHE. Executors.
GEORUK PUNT WARREN. Jr.. Attorney for Executor*.
20S Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. New Tork Ctty.
DUDLEY. JEMIMA N.— ln pureuar.ee of as order off
Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County
of New York, notice Is hereby given to all person* tuilM
claims against Jemima N. Dudley, late of th» County of
New York, deceased, to present the same, with voucher*
thereof, to the subscriber, at his place of transacting
bv.»tne»». No. 44 Wail Street. In the City of New Tork.
on or before the \'M\ day of October next.
Dated New York, the 27 th day of March. 1907.
JOHN W. STERLING. Executor.
SHEARMAN A STERLING. Attorney* tor Executor. «a
Wall Street. New York City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. FRAXX T,
Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of New Tork.
notice Is hereby given to all persons having claim* eg*, rat
Frederick Mallard, also known as Frederick L. Mallard,
late of the County of New Tork. deceased, to present th*
same, with vouchers thereof, to the subscriber*, at their
place of transacting business. Room e*>3. No. US NassSHs
reet. In the City of New Tork. oa or before) the) et.i Jay
of September next.
Dated New York, the 22nd day of January. ISST.
CrtPHKX F. MALLARD. WILLIAM MALLARD. Vl
nxlnstrators.
JOHN j. BUCKLEY. Attorney for Administrate*** S»
Nassau street. Manhattan. New Tork.
In PURSUANCE of an ordck or how. jmih jm
J Thomas, a Surrogate of the County oS New Tot*.
■otic* Is hereby given to all persons having claim* asmta**
Adßieh. Herrmann. late of the County of New Tot*. <!•
ceasMl. to present the ram*, with vouchers thereof, to tksj
subscribers, at their place of transact las tuitav'. Km.
81 and S3 Thomas Street. Borough of Manhattan, in the
City of New York, on or baton the Ist day at May mxi.
iJated. New York. ll* 14th day of October. MM.
JOSEPH HERRMANN. LOUIS A. IiKiUUiAN.V, MIL
TON C. HERRMANN, Executor*.
»«OTHBT * BALDWIN. Attorney « tsr 5-T«:utore, a
Kama It. *»•»» et Manhattan, s.w Yark cm. -
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