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NEW ENTERPRISE SUIT.
Receiver Sues Ex-State Treasurer
for $20,000.
I'ittfibori?. Nov. 13.— Thomas Kinakcr. receiver
for the Enterprise National Bank of Allegheny,
tiled a ?uit in MSBjmpsst against Frank G. Har
rla, ex-StaT»>, Treasurer of Pennsylvania, to-day,
r.&iminjr S2o.<*X> witli Interest Cram October 23,
ROB. Thn suit is on two drafts of $10X100 f-ach.
n -Aile on October 21, 1903. to the ordtr of \V. H.
An.ir<»".- Territorial D«»lerate to Congress from
»c pa - Mexico, and indorsed by Mr. Harris. One
«3raft was paid through the Commonwealth
Trust Company, of "Har ri sours?, and the othor
through tb<* Clearfleld Truet Company, of Clear-
T5-ld. Th" not»« were concerned in the organi
ration of Qm Pennsylvania Development Com
panr
Th" statement field by Receiver Klnaker al
1< <es That Harris frequently made loans through
UM Etotarptfaa National Bank. The petition
re.-it<-(- that after his election as State Treasurer
In 1!>"»1 the Pennsylvania Development Com
pany wan continually in need of money, and
from May 1. 190% until May 1. 1004. Harri.- d.
r^Med In tl.r Knfrprise Bank Ptato funds to
the tottiJ of $20^35.000.
Th« drafts upon which the suits are brought
nre allf-gt-d to have been, made by T. Lee Clark,
> aeJiler of the Enterprise Bank, in favor of W.
if. Andrews en the Merchants* National Bank,
or Philadelphia, where, it 13 alleged, the Enter
tsri&p National kept a. coneidtrable deposit.
The bill of complaint further alleges that
the Pennsylvania Development Company was
formed in 1901 by Andrews, Clark, Arthur Km
i!*dy and Frar.ri.- J. Torrence, with Clark as
treasurer. Its purpose was the development of
f/>al and timber lands in New Mexico
Harrie. as State Treasurer, had pov. or to selct
the depositories for state funds, and. acting In
»<ach capacity, he did deposit, it is alleged. in
th© Enterprise Bank various sums, ranging
from $425,000 to $.I.l4o.<*X>. in all aggregating
th« Immense total of |30{j08SwO0O, on which _'
per cent interest was to be paid by the bank
The Enterprise National Bank Called in I!*'-".
"for more tha-n «%|OOO.OOO. T. L«e Clark, the
«ashler. shot himself the morning the batik was
rinsed by tha government.
WOULD EEMOVE FRIEND RECEIVER
Cincinnati. Nov. 13.— Involuntary bankruptcy pro
< re-dßags were f.!cd in the United Stater. Pistrict
<"ourc to-day agraiost the Friend Papvr Company.
«»t West Carroliton, Ohio, a company reputed to be
worth sereraJ million dollars. Xbo plaint ifts ar«»
Kafctfrn «r*dltore. who state the best Interests "t
the credliora in KeneraJ o« mand that the company
b*> taken from the hands of the receiver appointee
•n> the Common Pl«is Court of Montgomery County
en October 30. It »aa admitted by th» secretary of
tbo company that the debts amounted to .•• —
sssl thai th© afifceta are not B njal to tho obligations.
The petitioning creditors in to-day's action are
J^wis Zelbert & Co. ar.d the O Bannon Company.
of New York, and the Union Sulphur Company, of
?\>w Jersey. They Biles* that the best Infcßlfts Of
•Jl concerned would be best served by administra
tion through the federal rourt.
GREAT LACKAWANNA LIGHT PLANNED.
A Vght equal tp that of LSSO.OM candles in Call
*\anr:6 •win soon Illuminate the Hudson River from
the tower of the new I*ickaw-anna Station at Ho
txjk»-n. A cluster of forty-nine flaming: arc lamp.-.
arranged in series within a stnglfl globe slz feet
•n diameter, each ar.' consuming 16 amperes at
1.300 volts, will give this flaming: effect The gl"be
T»ill b*» BwspeDsVsi from the upper part of the
Will 1
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
The C. G. Glover Company, dealer In machinery
it No 4% Centre street, assigr.ed >esterday for the
heneflt of creditors to £>ivard J. Ijprkin. Tho
company was Incorporated In 330':, with a capital
Flock of J25 000.
A Judgment for $312 62 was entered jreaterday in
the County Clerk's office against Wilson Wsner
In favor of the Commission Merchants' Assoda
lisn. amount slleped to be <ije on a note mad' by
Matter on September 5 to the r,rd«r of Bernard D.
Barton. Th« note was payrble thirty days alter
date. anti before maturity ■was indorsed by Barton
.-■t:<l rraritftr-ej to the Commission Merchants' A-
poclation. Th» jwosmfnt was obtained by default
in the City Court. Mizner was served with th^
rymmons in the suit on October 10 at the Hotel
Rand, No. 142 West 4Mb street. Hays ft Bench-.
field, of No. 115 Broadvay. are the attorneys for
(to plaintiff. •
An Involuntary petition In bankruptcy was filed
«i*rair.st Harry Stelnman, Louis Gretnberg and
Abraham Gr«-«iberg, trading as H. Bteinman &
Co., cloaks. No. 01 West 14th 6treet, by creditors
»Ith claims as follows: Btdney Solomon, $334: H.
Flab & Co.. $491; R. Brandrnan. $131. Preferential
payments and transfer of assets are alleged.
vri:;:axn F. Carrr.U was appointed receiver of the
hut>in«BS of the Da-an-nlte Auto Supply Com
pany. No. 1912 Broadway, with a bond of fcl.ooo,
■r.d authorized to continue t!ie business until fur
ther orders of the court. The claim Is made that
the •tockhoJtien* of the company are unfriendly
toward «*» another and that a bookkeeper has
l>*en left in charge of the business. The assets are
said to be 12.000 of etock in trado and 110.000 r>f
good collectible accounts, and ii is said that th«
Food will of the business. If properly handled, could
b* disposed of with profit to the creditors.
Robert A. Paddock was appointed receiver of
the business of the Camp Cigarette Company. In
voluntary ijar.krupt, et Nu. 140 West 44th street,
with a bond of $2,000.
11. c ser was uppointed receiver of the business
of Rubin Gross:, involuntary bankrupt, of No. 313
East Houston 6tr««t. with a bond of $500.
A $500^)00 BROADWAY PROJECT.
Plans l>ave b«n filed for a twelve story ofliee bulldir.fr.
with ground floor Ft"re«. to be erected at the northeast
earner of Broadway ur. 1 rratiklln Ft., for Louis M. .Ton-.-.
A Co.. as owtirs. It wi'.i have a frontage of 60 feet on
Froadway ar.d 150 feet In the street, with a facade of
trick. *»Ith trimmings of dßrorat<)d limeetone and terra
rotta. It is to com $Sno.<<K». Vr*A C. Biowce la the
• 1 rittect.
Mark
Twain's
Children
and an article by
Dr. G. STANLEY HALL
on
Child Study in
America
will be the leading
features of Next
Sunday 's Magazine
of
fur Toaotgu^g"
THE TRIBUNE
There will be
many other good
things, too—stories
and articles to ap
peal to all mem
bers of the family.
SARAN AC SALE TO-DAY
PROPERTY IN DEMAND.
Budget of Offerings Includes Other
Choice Parcels.
The bidding in th« auction rooms to-day ought
to b*> unusually spirited, for a number of th»
choicest speculative parcels on Manhattan Isl
and will be found In the list of to-day's offer-
Ings. The parcel lor which there will be tho
greatest demand will bo the Hotel Saranac, for
merly the Etossmore, No. 1457. to 14»>1 Broad
way and (Co. 589 to 593 Seventh avenue, which
is owned by the New Amsterdam National Bank
and which will be offered at the Ptand of Joseph
P. Day.
The ?aranac will be boM subject to a $400,000
mortgage at 5 per cent, held by the. Equitable
Life Assurance Society and due on September
1, 1010. The mortgage may be paid any time
after August 31, 1908. It will also be Hold sub
ject to existlns leases (amoanttnx to about $".0,-
CXK> yearly m rentals), which may be terminated
on sixty days' notice. Thn directors of the bank,
at a meet Ing held last week, d cided that up to
60 per cent of the purchase price over and above
the mortgage of $400,000 may remain on bond
ond mortgage for one year at C per cent. Tea
I rr cent of the purchase price Is to b« paid on
the oay of sale, according to the terms of the
sale.
The premises have a frontage of i' 2 feot In
Broadway and of b9 feot in Seventh avenue, a
north Uim of t»J>]l feet and a south line of
11M.7 1 - teeL The property !.s right in the cen
tra of t!u> principal theatrical section and the
n< v Broadway hotel district. About two weeks
itiro several syndicates and many Individuals
offered to purchase the parcel, and it was these
offers that actuated the directors of the bank
to put up the hotel at voluntary auction sale.
From ( Ither a speculator's or an investor's point
of view the property is worth over yi.CXHVJOO.
li uouid not bo surprising It' the sale estab
. a new h::. price for property In
ihe section,
win also offer to-day a Dumber of
other choice parcels. Including the six ptory
Eton and loft building at tho southeast corner
of How an', street and Broadway, by orri.-r ol
rustees of the Poll lon estate. This will be
the :■ • ' f the property in I"'.* yesir*.
f '" r pai ' red to-day are v* fol-
By .'.-■-•-,,. T. Day: K. to M Bedford »t and
»«- to (j« Barrow »•, n w cot, iti I29xHDxll I:
Mren nre sty f)at hs: 'rui-sw fal. ; e»tr>te of L<etii!a
m in :,
tore; vol
»^.e. J.-:n lath St. D C 275 ft eof St!i ,i», 25x100 thre^
J-i> ■ brli i *; v. i taJe 64 2!st s-. ■ s. 146 ft «■ ..f 6th ay*
- 10x1003 irrtp; rout ety t>rk btof» ami store: Bdwsrd
rownsend s*i Elizabeth HHrdeni^nth it sjj Ooaay &. -
i'!'\' ' ■[ - ; 2r a^! un - rßf: u!r:t riie - $11,146 - '..■».«*. ate,
fI.W»RI 27.". ISOth st, n - 290 ft ■ of 7:h avo. 40 11x
m 11: 5 st! bm flat hs. 281 160 th st. n k. :M2 » ft »■ ..f
■th aye Ut.IUM.UI five sty brk tlat Is 281 | - Jl>h *"i"
n .-•, 41.;> ft w. of 7'h a\e. «0 llxM 1 1 »v. »?v b-k Bat
hs: C A Fisher at, liirr.- MUler et »!: Ntehates Ali'-u-
V:3. atty. J E Connelly, ref; ami cue. *».>• "■■ 7- : tax."
•tc, $i>ca.*32 -^s and •>„ ].'., ;: Mf , 8 _ 4(ir) ft ; of
>''h Hvc. »tr*.2i:". SxW3 4. ten rtv rk ai BtOoe '.■••
BTi ««n-«. tMg: hou'.f L SP.iman set Netll« Cottar i^. mI;
t-tniuss ,i a. st; 6. a L Jacobs, rat: ajr.i due., |2fl i*7! 411
'.ax.-* ate, 18.400; suh to a fir.^t rnt«te of $>>0 *»iO. 1834
Baxhsata a\<. *> s, 189 ft s of lTrtth st. 27iX. h two sty
ir c-il; h; Westoheatar Kire In Co a»t J A Mcltahon «
H : — 5 M Ti - hen«r, «"> ; 1; <• <; ra -. »k. ref . amt due.
fi n*n la> -' v "■"• n.200. & live. n w oar lWth St.
BBxllxlOO; thrc- etx St> trk fat l, b ami tores; Reh»—a
Mci Mb net Abrmhain Bma.l] et al: .'-Rnstim & j, iittxn,
« ilMani Kleir., r»T: onit dv«. t14.481 SO.
liy I) P [agraiwin ft Oo: 4": i liicime -• ■ ■ 40 10 ft
* si crosi.y ft. 85x122x25x121: s-ven sty brk ioft ar.l «t*r«
bid?. O Tuckvr npt B F Turker et a!, Montl nanl &
E. atty»; C N Morcan, ref; partition.
By s r« Walltearas: Hll'sldi aye. •- 1. about '"-Z ft a
of Ur. aiway. 50x320 4; M I, Lamai ;h< em pdrv J C
Mrtafhern. atty; T C Byrnes SMCte] giv.. Itloners"
ka\'- Of a!! right, title, etc, of Phcr-be and A M Bth
I'cuglas Robinson. Char''-. B. Brown a. •■. have told
No. 34 West 21-<t Et. for the estat.' of Chester A. Arthur
A eonpleta report of tho tranivictlon will X- tn j- i in an
otber ,Jmn.
BROADWAY PARCEL IN A TRADE.
About Ninety Fort George Lots Taken in
Part Payment.
A deal Invnh ing property valued at 1750.000 was
reported yesterday. William Darling boM for Kmma
i. Jacobs the twelve story buildlns No. €25 Broad
way, on a plot "4x200 feet, extending to Mercer
St. T.ie premises fire near Houston (=t. The
buyers are John C. Rodgers, A. M. BendheUn, Max
Mars, N'athnn Wise and other persons. They r;iv<
in part payment about ninety lots fronting on
Pairvlew aw., and In West 191i»t and West U6d
Kts. Tli'- lota are. in the Fort George section.
REPORTED LEASES.
G.-.r'ir.er it Cleveland have leased f. jr Allen W. Hill, of
Baltimore, No. *"i 7 W<st Hid tv, a four rtory dwell
ing bouse, to Mix Wlneburgii for a term of years; for
M. A. ft F. rii.-e. Wo. 520 West l«Sd Ft., a four story
dw* :!!ng house. also for a tern of years, and. for Edsar
I^opan. N.>. r-rt. West 144 th p» . a four story dwelling
hou«e. in .: ci:^nt for occupancy.
Tba Hellrin. •.-• Constroctios Compary hay rented the sec-
OBd loft ir Its new building .i No«. vllo sn<l 112 W<-.<rt
atrh tt. to Hamilton S. Gordon, a mu-lc publish now
at No. 1241 Broadwar.
Lee & Rtttk have leued for tne .Taffer A- Wlttner •.:<.. -
Company tJiC four six Btur>- elevator apartment huiirtes
eorarlns; tho blor-k front on the west side of Amsterdam
aye.. between 111 th and 112 th rts. Tlie leases Is the
Upper Broadway Realty Oompairy, represfntefl \.y nilien
brand & Kaaaott Tlie !e.jse Is for a long term of ye;in
r.t an abrogate rfnta.l of $.100,000.
SALE OF A VYSE AYE. PLOT.
John A. Ptelrn-.rtz has ■old five, lota at Vyme aye. and
liSd ft.. 125x100 feet: also sold for Charles A. s.-hrai? to
Anthony V. ndrasi o lots Nor. 228 nnfl 22,'t, MeOiav) estate;
also, for Anthony Vendrawo to Air.% M. BteUunets, lota
Not. 40T, and 4<".n Roaadala av< . Hapes estate, on which
!s a one family house.
TO ERECT AN OFFICE BUILDING.
The United States Express Compaay In roinr to »>rect
a three story offi<-# buildfnit. with growa] floor »tnre.s. at
tho awitUsnaal earner of Trinity Placo and Rector St.,
dlrertly opposite the eotnpany*s new twenty-three Btory
Eky.icraprr "ti the Mock on tho north side, of Rector »t..
from Trinity Place to Oiieetisjliili si
The. three story office buildlnc will have « facade of
terra rotta sad will front 46.4 feet In Rector t-t. and 78.10
MM in Tri-nltj Tlace. It Ie to cost *7. r ..000 aad will be
used as an annex to the \'p batMtnc. Plane. f.>r the
dtructiLTo fffre tiled >»*terdsy by Criluton &- Russell, the
architects*.
WILL ENLARGE TWO FACTORIES.
Plant have been filM for enlarging and remodelling
the two five story fartori^s. Noa. 507 and POG Went 60th
St., Into loft bulldiijpv:. with srenad floor stores and «1»>
vatr>r sen If*, the Improvements bar.c made for Julius
□ Hocks), as owner, at a coet of $I.YOOO. and for mak
!nir over the three stor>' statle of the N>w VorV City
Hallroad Company, at th» nortliweet corner of Avenu«
A and 22d St.. Into a manufactory, with elevator service,
the alterations bi-lng made for the company at a cost
of |I.v«i<vi J. HcKlernaa I* the architect.
The, Manhattan plans for new buildings filed yesterday
i mprtos a one story stable for the A*for sstaUi. on the
premises No. 403 to 400 West 13th et.. to cost $5,000, and
sobetttnte plans for tho four three story two family
brick dw«.-llli>jr houses tn be built on the west side of
Broadway, south of Lafayette are., at a cost of ?«*.>WO.

IN THE PRIVATE SALES MARKET.
The Flurl Corstrurtlon Company has sold a new Fix
Story elevator apartment house, m a plot J>J».llrl<K> feet,
at the nor«lieast corner of l.'.Sth St. and Broadway.
J. l«evy & Co. have sold for a client Nos. 327. 329 and
331 Bast l'»*lh st . tvrj fix story new law houtit-s, on plot
4KhElliO.ll feat. •
lUchasl A. Devanny has sold to Daniel B. Freedrnan
No 116 Baal BMB fit., a four story dwelling house, on lot
30x108.0 !• ■ t
II sjs wnnWOT has «ol<l f^.r Jairr.K H. H-rmau
Wist 14th St.. a four story single flathouse. on lot
Kmanu'! Bu h has «nM to William Fifher No. SI Htst
Iloufilon *t., a five story tenement house, on lot 24.8i52
(set
Inward Uaumtarttn has sold for Ignatz Koref to Jo
! ■Spli Wabn the three story brownstone dwelling house
. No. 320 Bast 6»th St.. on lot 10.8x77 feet.
Max Fine ha? 1 bought from the Fleming estate No. 402
(";i.ir)l tit., a five «t.>ry building. 2.",xU¥) feet, between
I Huffolk and CUBtoa Hi. Th« property has not been sold
. bin. ■« 183.V
v. J. Hufton & fon have MM for David 11. Taylor t.i
Ada H. MaaUn threo 1< if. each C6x116 ff-et. en the west
•: ■:.-■ uf rfslmn avr-.. m fre; north Of 1721 ?t.
1 i<.jtceji •> IJfcby bas sold thrcugb B U. Wetektr ir.,
■(
TfEW-YCmK DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1007.
for WllHam D. Peck the plot. 44x100 feet, on the *ai>t
iM» of l»nnr Plar»», 3.V* f.--«>t north of 183 d st. The
'buyer will erect one-family dwelling bouses on the
pr«ml»e«.
louts I>ande. has bought from the Edenwald Land O>tn
pany 4. plot. 100*100 feet, at Dion and Jefferson a-.es.
Th« City HortgMSi Company has lent to tivj Ilyiran
ConMructlon Company jai.ijOO on tho parwl Mxsl feet,
on th» west Bide of CauMwe.ll aye., SOP.t fe«t north of
•\\>stri;fj-ter a>e.
BUILDING ACTIVITY IN BROOKLYN.
Tb<s bailding tables for Brooklyn show that staMS Janu
ary 1 to date plans have been filed tor about 7.7#> fctmct
ores. to com about $sJ*.sflO.oort, as aptinst about T.BOO
tnilMinjw ia»t year, t!.« total estimated cust Of which S I*
WS.SOO.OC*. fir which plans wen- t\lni In the eorreapoad"
Ins; period last year. A larva number Of bulUlltifts prc
j*rtf»l tM« rear are. to be erected tn South Brooklyn.
"Tha Real Batata Record and Guide" sayi in iff l»*t
lfu»i.e Rbo-it building operations in part us follows:
"Building operation* in Brooklyn an .■•ill about $8,000,000
in advance of tho previous year. Although the- figures,
or the. Buildings Department for October exhibit ■ con
tinued lowering In »!.>> r»>«t ot new structures for which
plans were filed during the month j>r< coding th« pres
ent, w!i«n compared with the corr»(T>>ntilns period in
ll«*x yet th« total of new buildings tor 1901 st!!. oxce«i»
that for i»o*s by a considers Margin. Many bulk], ra
are already laying plant tor 1808, and from present Indl -
ca ana It would Men that a greater number of ■■ all
private bone— will be erected next spring than tho,^ of
the two-family tvp**. Among the, new buildings to bo
begun In South Brooklyn i» a row of fourteen three story
brick dwelling" to be erected by K. H. lii*hor> at a cost
of about $84,000. it l* quite likely thWt similar opera
tion* will bo started during the winter in both the Dyker
Heights and Beßsoahurat si •'::«"
BIG BUILDING ON A SMALL PLOT.
Another '•flatirW bafldias 1g being erected, It i- the
German-American Insurance Bulldir.ir. on the Hti parcel
of land at th% Junction of Überty st. and Maiden Lane.
east of William b t. A feature of this building la fiv«
«<tt loveis beneath th* ~roun.l— basement, mid-basement.
low ba»»ment. engirt fl^or and boiler floor. Two of these
are mozzaimi«>i», or half floors, so that a! , fiv 8 take up .
■pace of about forty feat Including them, Mir. buMd
lagr total height will be twenty-five stories.
Tidewater In only e!*ht or U-n feet below the pavement
at the Junction of liberty St. and Maiden Lar.r. so that
a. watertight wall or cofTer dam was constructed down
to the lowest level. As an auditions precaution. In tho
very bottom is a drainage "Sump." Into which any wat-r
th.it s?ep« through will flow ar><j be pumped out
The German-American Building will add to th<» "bar
rier" of "reproof bul'dlngs. Thin tenter, with a few
gut*, stretc.ies across Manhattan Island, roughly follow
ing the lire of Liberty st It has been Hid that If a
grrent tin rased to th« north or couth, it could BO) r*ss
the lln« of modem fireproof skywr3p.r>.
IN THE AUCTION ROOMS.
In thn Kea] Estmte Wrrrwngi ssJasroon Joseph P. Pay
■oM yesterday six tlv., story brick flathouai on <t i!"t
SBBlMil] <e<-t, on the north riAe of 100 th at., 100 1 • • •. east
cf Bron'iway. In ■ foreclosure action brought by Isaac
'x>wenf(>iil agnli^t Isaac Klelnfeld and other ;>er*on;.. to
Ftnuin Cm representing a party in Interest, for Sis'..o«'O.
Th« amount <luo was about $22,800. Also sold ■ one
Btnry . ■-! a two story building, OB v pint 86.7x101.10 feet
x '.m-ifiUar. on the webt t i;t <jf Broadway, .:: h f. . t
north of Jennings st., in a foreclosure action bro\i«!)t by
thf City Real E itate Cwnpany upairst Wanrlia l^np.m
•nd othnr p^riK..,« to George K«.l!er for Jil».:.'»). >-;t:irj> 1
Gnl<i(itlck«>r waa to !.ar. s.->],i a neut v»ir.-..l at th< Kmth
east corner of Ulet it and Southern Boulevard, 1 'it he
pc:.tpon»d thr sale urtll N0v..... !?.
A NEW SUB-POSTOFFICE STATION.
Plans have been filed witb miidincs Buperlntandent
Murj.l J for remodelling tho four atory «ii<l .luiiininl
dwelling houses, No. 14» to 15.% Bast 34th •:.. mrm4 by
li-nrfr* O. Moore, for use hs a n*w r^stofr,r« ptatlo-.!.
eet»bll«he<l by Pc^tlnß.«t<■r Morgan to nttm th« present
eoogwttaa or tii« s»i*tion-« Is the ritiMh K»"i a\<".'-. f-.o
v; ;-r siortes will h<» made over intr, lod|;ln(f». Th« pro
je'ted Improvements an to co^t i ,000, iv 'oili:iK to the
rvsiirr.at«i of Ludiow & Valentine, the archil
THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
Uu'l aye. * w .or tOSUI ut. five : sty brk <i»* h.
i7xj<> i».T4L%4ii Mcbj M «.- m ItetUngtr, evnen ;
VYarz Wolfg«n», arch'.t* t 1331900
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• MABINE INTELLIGENCE
SIINIATtUS ALMANAC.
h jii rim* •'..4>> Sjn ;-»t«, I f- Mocn set» 12:48;Mo«n'« age •
HIGH WATER.
A IL— (toady Hook 2:83 Go*. [aland 8:lS!B«d GaU »:0^
P.M Bandy Ho It 3:01 Oov. [alai d 3 10 B»ll date C.oa
WIRELESS REPORTS.
Th" i rei >.". which ie^.-.rtr! to ntaironiil it 3 p n
y: ti-r.inv. when 10(1 mil.-* cast. u t Nantacket .-• «ii»
Lit;-' is ezpeoted to Jvk about :<..t>> p m, to-day.
l>t LorttUO* r'i')f>->1 t.j in;- li.i •• „• l; JO a D ye»
terday, but ■toainaf'a pMtttoa w;ts r,jt Kiv<-n.
INCOMING STEAMERS
TO-DAY.
. ''*"-• Kro.ii. v; n# .
•PSisicmoDd '-ol.jn. Ncvembei B . ..Ham! ua
■aaratossa Havana, Novetnb«r 0 Ward
*Ouiana ,<t Thomas. November 7 ytirie
•Jit-niiu.iuti Bermuda, November 12 Quebec
■Orinoco Kiiiij»t;n. NoT«nber 0 ... 1; m 9 P
•Flaadoa Colon, November 7....... I \. :.:.;..»
•Otareoae liurui November 6 )d>.»th
Murt^-1.0 Hull. October £V \Vii«.,!i
Moraltle Gibraltar, October :;l Oreek
< «!l?'ji:ilo Havre, November '.• .French
Main Bremen. November 1.. N •; i .;.,-. i
Pretoria .Plymouth, November 4. . . .Hamh-.vn
K;un.-. .*. a. . . . ... .Palermo, October II Ai.^-r'.an
City of Atlanta Bavannah, November 11 . ..Bavannala
FRIOAT. NOVEMBER 15.
•Mexico Havana, November 12 .. .. Ward
Arabic Liverpool, November <:. . White ;.,* r
I'mhldtn Gibraltar . November 1...... -
El Cid Oalveeton, November H PadSfl
Alamo CfcUveston. November 0 M. , ■'■
Mornus New Orleans. November IO.So I'aclrt,.-
BAT! HIiAY, NOVEMBER 16.
*<°aronia Liverpool, November 9 Cunard
•st Paul Southampton, November 8... Amer
•I^a I»rr/iln» Havre. November 9... French
city <it Memphis. ...Bavanaab, November 13. .. .Savannah
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17.
*CsUfornla Glasgow, Novembers Anchor
•obidensf Para, November 8. n.uth
st Andrew .Antwerp, November 6 Phomlz
•Firings n. all.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel For. Lin*. Mail rloses. .vails
La. Touraine, Havre, French 1:00 am 10:00 am
AmerlkM. Ilaml.uru. !laml» Km Mini 12:30pm
Motto Castle, Havana, Ward {**"•> a 12:00 m
Celtic. Liverpool White Stai I ... ; , m
Pannonla, Naples. Cunard 12:00 m
Gnelwnau. Bremen. N (» Lloyd • :■■■■...:.■.
Coinanclie. Jacksonville, Clyde : iiopni
Knnva.-t City. Savannah, Bavannah.. . B:onpm
Monroe. Norfolk, Old Dominion 8.-00 pin
FRIDAT, NOVKMIHJK 15.
city of Washington. Nassau. Ward... 12:u> m 3:00 pm
Jlio -li.i. . Brunswick. Mitllory — ■ 12:00 m
Princess Anne, Norfolk, Old Dominion 8:00pm
SATURDAY, NOVQHBEH 16
Philadelphta, 80-ithampton, American.. 6:oo a m 9:3oam
;.. --1 :i Liverpool, i;una'rd . B:80am 2:oo pm
Zulla. Curacao. Red I) B:3oam li:.<N»ni
Oamo. Ban Juan. N V & P It RHHts m l2:t»oni
Bermudlan, Bermuda, Quebec »:00ara ll:u<»)im
AiratoKd.. Havana. \v<Lr.l 10:00 am 1:00 pm
Grenada, fit Vincnt, Trinidad 1040 am 1:00 pin
tianita. Colombia, Bamb-Amar 11:00 am 2:00 pm
I* Blgismund, Colon, Hamb-Amer .,...l l:Bo am 2^)opin
Orinoco. Colon RMS V 12:30 pm BKMpro
Pre« Grant. Hanil^'irs, Hamb-Amer..., *:i»>pii
Columbia. Glaagow, Anchor 3*)opiii
MlnneVinka. Lon'lon. Allan Trans 2:9opm
Knnlcin Lulse, Naples. N (3 Uoyd ... li <<1 a m
Huron, Jacksonville, Clyde ...«i p m
Coneho. Galveston, Mailory 12:00 m
City of Atlanta, Savannah. !-'a\ iini:.jh . — 3 ■«»)> m
Hamilton, Norfolk, Old Dominion 3:oopm
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Destinatj m as ! steamer. <I'ibo in New Torlt.
Tahiti ar'J Marquesas lalaarlE (via San
I raßCtsoo) — Marlpoea Not 17. «-,00 p m
New Zealand. Australia (except West),
t-umoan Islands and New Caledonia (TIS
Baa Francisco)— lnverlc Nor 17. a.on p m
Japan. ("or<-a. China an.l Philippine li>l
anus (via Vancouver and Victoria, B O
— Emprese of India Wo* 21. G .00 m
Hawaii. Japan, Corca. <"hlna and I*hillp
piae It-!ar.d.s (via San FYaiiclsoo) —Hong
konc Mara Nor 21, 00 p m
Japan, i^orea and China (apeofally ad
dressed only (via. Seattle)-— Kaga Maru.NovSl. li:'«p
Japan. Oorea and China (speclallj ad ■
dresse-1 only) (fia Tacoma) — Keemun.. Nov 22, 6:f">pm
Japan. Corea, China an.i Philippine Ibl
aads (via. Seattle) -Minnesota Nov 24, 6:<X>pm
Hawaii. Guam and Philippine Inlands (via
San PYandsco)— P a transport Nov 30, t»:00pm
Aii*tra'i . fescepl West*. New Zealand.
Haniiun Ihlan.i?<. FIJI I^lal!.!^< and New
Caledonia <viu Vancouver and Victoria.
B C)— AorangJ Dec l, «.<v»pm
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New York, Wednesday, Nov. 13, 1907
ARRIVED.
Steamer Oceanic (Br). Haddock. Southampton an.! Cher
bourg November 6 and Quoeuslown 7. to the White Star
Line, with •'.".;» cabin and 414 steerage pansensert>. mails
and mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 3:41 a. m.
Steamer Olinda (Cuban). llsnsen. Uibara November ,\
Porto Padre H. Nuevitas 7 and Nlpe s. to th o Munsoa 8s
Line, with VJ i>aj»Menßtiii and mdae. Arrived at the lur
at '.< 3o a m.
Steamer Cearense (Br). I)avle«. Manaos October 27,
Para November 1 and Barbados 6. to Booth & Co, with
17 passongers. malls anJ tnil».-. Arrived at the liar «i
lS:ui p m.
Steamer Sicilia (ltal). Boloirninl. Marseilles October 11.
Genoa 14, Leghorn 17 and Almeria 27, to .Simp* in. Spenca
dc Young, with inds«. Arrlvi-d at the Bar at noun.
Steamer Chesapeake, Hasting, Italtimore, to II C Fos- \
ter, with rnds«. Passed in Quarantine at 6:45 am.
Steamer concho. Young, Galveston November 6 and
K< y West s. to the Mullory Sb Co. with passengers and I
m.!*«. i'aflK>d In Quarantine at 7:42 am.
(TlnailMf Xl Norta, Maxon, Qalveston November 1. to !
th.- Bouthern V^ in.- Co, with mdse. Passed in Quarati- ■
t.'ne »' 7:42 a r.i
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Kates and Assessments in
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Pupils hear and speak tho new language exclusively
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For boys and younK m»n Beautiful bulldln^a,
heated by steam nn.l lighted by electricity. Arts
star water. finiliaiiaa athletic field and >lnll
grounds .'or Infantry, artillery and cavalry Eques
trian department of trained turn and pnnlea for
the free use of cartels. To many boys the. physical
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la worth far more than the. cost of the year's
schooling Courses: EnitlUh. Classical. Scientific.
CommprrliU. College I'nparatory. Special. The
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be iliii>lli :ite»l. Illustrated catalogue I'
CAPT. J. WII-SON. I. S. V.. A. M.. Supt.
{Thib seliool was founded hy Capt. Wlisun. a
>I.U!iK Cavalry offlcer. at the close of th« Civil War
In '6.".. and has aloes been continuously under his
msnaiteit-.i-nt 1
< tU.T.'.YMAN. M A.. IN SUBURBAN TOWN W[M
' alo his boms i»i or ir. -. »,|i.
Ix-nltrt. moral" Rn<t niar.nern eultlrated; reasanabh
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School Agency.
AMERICAN AND FORKICN TEACHKRS 1 AOENCT
■ Profesoora, TeachT*. Totwra 'tovernesses. «to..
to Collegea Krhools and Fnmlllcs Apply to
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Dancing Academies.
SO Vr». ln«fr. Stern's. B"waj cor Myrtle iv« B'kiyn.
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Boxing.
Ilmlnr sclentiScalij without brutality 1 n*h year: spec
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Notice of Summons.
>rEW y"RK supreme coi'ht. NEW york
_l <_OT".N'i'\ — Jull'Jß L*^>. plaint IS. against Abraham
Bcbapifrer, "Boa**" £=cha;)!^r«r (iisim ot 'Rose" h*ln«
llctltlouj. real Christ namo of dtfendant r.eng unknwu
to plaintiff). Israel Krel'ius and Dora Pret.ius. Bernard
J. Clark, li.y.i l«evy. Ka«.hol OWas, J'tinia Kel.-hi-.an.
"John Doe." "Ricliaid Km" and "Patrick O><i t# .sail
names "John fee." •'Blohard Roe" and "Patrick Cos"
btlne fictitious, real nnjiiesi of defendants being unknown
to p!fl!r.t!!»\ d'fendants.--A.-tton N . 1.
To the, arrive named drfetidants:
You *r>- r.ervuy summoned to anwwrr th» complaint in
■ ■ r . •■ a c-jpy of yoflv iLTiS'A^r on tho
plaintiffs attorney within t\ve;ity days after the servlco
of this sunuuoa*, <>x.-luflvs of th* j,> of service. an.] In
cane of >\< .r failure to appear or answer Judgment will
be taken against you by u« fault for ilia rroei demanded
in :(■.• com] taint.
Dated Aorust 11. 1901
MORRIS COOPER. riaintifTs Attorney, nee and rest
• UTlee Addreaa, Nn u> Veaej str.et. New y.>rß City.
To J' '■''• ):•■!' hman. .me "f the «bu\e tmm'J defendants:
Tt.-- tureiolng n.iiun. JMJ M t* M-rvrJ upon you by publica
tion tntrsHsuii to »n order of the Honorable Jam.* a.
Blaai k i^i I. '• tuKtlci of th>- Supreme Court ■' the state of
fitm Tork, ms4< and lat< : th« Mh day uf Oc»ob*r. 11«17.
and flit with ti.e sammom an. l complaint in the offlca
of Urn Clerk of the Cbnntjr of n«-w York, at tba Cboaty
t .mrt House, In th« liorough of Mantiaitaii. City of New
York.
I wted Sew York. October ttth. r«i7
M<"»!!ItI3 COOPER. Att rney for Plalnttft 20 Vesey
5-ir"ft. Borough of Manhattan, New Y. rk <*lty.
YOKK BCFBEm COURT. NEW YORK
1 UOUNTX.— .1 ill is l-oy. plalntlfT. asalnsi -Abraham
!~rliOs'lerer and "Rose" Bchapierer (name ■'Hose" b«ln«
Bctltloua, rt.il Christian name of d«-f*n<»ant unknown
to plaintiff), l^uK Slngsr. Rachel Cbhn Jeonta Relchmau
Israel rreMus, "Mary* Freldns mam* "Mary b«tng Ho
titious. r» 3l cl ir i** f .^n nan.c of d»*l*:m.lani b?inp unkn"wn
to plaintlfrt. ■•John 11 Brown. "Jnhn" Robinson 'J r.' 1
Matthewa. •John" 1 Boston. ••John' Sillkv. "John" L.-rr.la.
••J'^hii" Smith. "John" Tlsbuy, "John" Woodlat-k "'John"
SKfft. •"Join" J"ltn»on. "John" Hughe-, "John" C!ie«by
<s:ild Christian BSBM "John" twin* fictitious, r^al Chrts
tiai. nun., rf sal.l defendants belric unknown to plaintiff)
'•John Doe." Tatrlcß Jones" and Richard Roe" i»a!d
nain-H ■•J..'.d Doe." "Patrick Jones" and "Hi, hard Roe"
'.elriK ftctlttous, n-nl lumn of defendants being unknown
to plaintiff), defendant — A'ttun No. 2.
To the above named defendants:
You aro hereby summoned to answer the r.imrlnlnt In
•hit action and to serve, a copy of y.iur answer on th«
plaintiff's attorney within twenty days HfEer th» een.lc«
of this summunn. exclusive of the ilay of srrti ■• 8 r,.l In
case of your failure to apr or Hii*w»-r Judgment will
be taken against you by default for the relief «l«.mandcj
In the complaint
i mi. 1 Aturusl 12. 190 T.
M<'i:F»lS fDOPER, Plaintiffs Attorney. Office ail I'nat
i (T.<-^ Address, No. 'M Vesey str.. t. N,.-. York City
To Jennie i:.-1.-hli,ati and Ilaoh* ! Coha, th* utnno named
defendants:
The fomgalasj summon* Is served upon yon by publK-a
tlon pursuant to un inter of the Honorable James A
irianchaid, a Justice of the Supreme >• urt of the state "of
firm Tork, made and date] the t»th day of October, 1907
and flle.l with th« summons an.i complaint In Mm or >
of the CU-rk of the County of New York, at the I'unn.y
Court House, In tho ll'jroujth of Manhattan. City of Now
Tork.
Dated New York. October Mh, H«»7.
SIOKKI-; COOPER. Attorney for PlatnUS. co v«*ey
.str.'t. DorottSja of Manhattan Now Tort cSty
the Southern Puclfle Co. with m.l>.«. Passed In Dnuran
llni at S:B8 a in.
Bteamer Delaware, French, Philadelphia, to the < Tide
fa Co, wttk mdae Passed In Sandy Hook at 11 a m
Steamer Orenada (Hri, MoOratb, V^rth Am toy to th»
Trini.lud HhlPPlre and Trading Co, In ba ' . it Passed In
Quaramlno at 1" I.' a m.
Bandy Hook, NJ. Nov IS, nx P m— Wind «••• tre^h
hi • >> . ha^j.
BAIUBD.
Bteanie/s NapoUtail Prince 'Hr... r"ayal Naples, atci
Vincenao di «ii<ir*;io ;N..r>. Port intoi :■. 1 rda .Nor.
Mi"; Joseph .1 Cuneo (Nor). I'^rt Atonlo; Rotefleld (Br)
Norfolk; Iroquola (Hr I *. London: '■*tit . flalnaliill!
Jefferson, Norfolk and Newport News: Bamland Antwerp;
Trutonli: (Br), Southampton via Plymouth and Ojerbourir'
Ryndam (Dutch), Rotterdam via Boulogne; Trave (Br),
Jtrenion; Cjislla.i (Kr.. Montevideo, Huenns Ayr etc;
Haraltl (Nor) Bergen; Qorjistan (Br). CamdAn. N .1
Manuel Cahro (Span). Havana. \.-rii Cru», etc; Baker
■•;•!■>. Pen Antonio, etc; Washington ii)>rl, Rotterdam;
Arm<rjta!i (Br>. Liverpool; ''.'mas. New Orleans: Ssnturoe,
Oeorgetown, » C; Graecia (Oar), Cape Hayti, etc; CuKniii.
(Cuban). MaUtn^jf. Cardeuaß. atc;*AMcaa Monarch <l<r>.
lwltlmore.
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
UUUVED.
Uvarpool. Nov I^— Carniiiula (Br). Now Tork. via Queens
tov. n.
Plymouth, Nov 13, B 05 p m— Adriatic iT.r). New York for
CherbourK and Southampton innri i.r. Mt>e.i«(i).
Bremen. Nov 18, 2 a in — Kronprins Will .| ii;er>, New
York via Plymouth and Cacrbuurg:. Zieten (.Uer) New
York.
Rotterdam. Nov — Celtic Princess (Ur). New York"
Efitmila (Rubs), New York for L4kem
Marm-lllfs. Nuv IS— Perugia (Hr). New York via rfaale*
Naplta. Nov 13. 7 a m— Europa (Ital), New York- Uth
Germania (Kr), New York; SLavonia (Br>. New ' York
\ in <jlbraltar.
Penang. Nov II — Clearpool (Hi) New York via Port Natal
liatavla. etc. '
Montr-video. Nov 12— Mlltcn (BrV. New York via Rio de
Janeiro for Buenos Ayrvs aad Roaario.
Pauli.ac, Nov JV— Lueerna (Br), New York for Bordeaux
Ilt-rmuda. Nov 13— Ma&ua (Br). New York for Demerara.
HAIL.ED.
Southampton, Xcv — Majestic >l!r>. New York \la Oier
bouru and Queenstowa; Trent (Br). Kingston, colon
etc, and New York. .
lirfnun. Nov 13. B a m— Barbaroaea (fJ^rl. New York
Naples. Nov 1-'— Rfpubllc .Uri, New York; Nurd \nierlca
dta!>. New York,
Buhia Bianco. Nov Manchester Inventor (Br). New
Palermo.' No* 11— Sicilian Prince (Br). from r>atras for
New York,
tihlel.la. Nov 12— Out H-il (Ocr). from Hamburg for
Ne\f York.
Calcutta, .\<>v B— Kauenfeis (Ocr). Boston and New York,
Bermuda, Nov 13— Main* <Br). from New York for St
lUo de Janeiro. Nov 13 — Calderon (Heir), from Santos
for New York.
Colombo, Nov Stolzenfels (Ocr). from Calcutta for
Boston and Now York.
Cochin. Nov 12— Indrawadl (Br>. from Yokohama, etc.
for Net* York.
Hen* K"ng. Nov 12— O.ean Monarch (Br), from Toko
hama, etc. for New York.
PASSED.
Fastnet. Xov Suwane* (Br), Sew Torfc for Barrow.
Scilly. Nov 13. 3 a m— Graf Wald*rsee (tier) New York
for Plymouth, Cherbourg and Hamburg,
To Let for Business Purposes. To Let for Business Purpose
TO LET.
IIARGE AND SMALL OFFICES,
SINGLE OR EN SUITE,
IN
THE CENTRAL BANK BUILDING,
320 BROADWAY.
LATELY OCCUPIED BY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION.
VERY REASONABLE RENTS; APPOINTMENTS PEJFfXT
Apply to
H. L MOXLEY & CO.
320 BROADWAY
Op to the Agent of the Tribune Building, 154 Nmmu SU Room tid
Buildings, Stores
AND LOFTS TO LF.T
ON DOWNTOWN STREETS
RULAND & WHITING CO.,
5 HEEKMAN ST.
Furnished Apartments to Let.
FURNISHED APARTMENT
4 Koomit nid Bath: a'so one 5 Rooms and 2 Baths.
\V.R\ DKMKARI): AND SCNNY.
FLORtNI F HOUSE,
I«TH *T. A>D 4TH AYE.
Furnished Houses to Let.
H~~ "Xn r^Ai^iAnFcTiTivisiinD^ivM never r<nt-»d before.
dwalUssj; ID mnma'.i baths. aa»ar rent»d before.
i but on nt.r cump'lM to leave town; iead« for winter or
by th* jre*r; located iii West sos. 5. R.. Box 41,
1 Tribune i ':r!c".
i .
City Hotels.
Brooklyn.
HOTtX, stARGARET. S3 T'» ?«» COUCXBtA
Helgbta.— Brooklyn's lesdtnr F:.m::v ;in.l Tran
ni Hotel: nver!iir.ktiiE N. T. Bay; choice apartm»nta
THOMAS TOBY. Mpr. Tel. 41J'» Main.
Foreclosure Sales.
; SUPREME COURT. COUNT* OF NEW TORK. —
KMII.V VIRGINIA SATTERLEG. t>ialrtl:T. against
JultN BATTON and others, defendants.
In purnuan. c of a Judgment of foreclosure and » %1 *.
: mads and entered In the above-entitled action, and
, »arlr dat« th« sixteenth day of April. ir>»7. ar-1 of
!an order, duly made anJ entered In the ab" -/ sntlt*«dj
: action, and rearing date the. fifteenth day of October.
IBOT. I, tba undersigned. the referee In «aM Judgment
; named. vnil sell at public auction, to the highest b>d
i «3<>r. at the Exchange Salesroom. Numbers 14 and I>*
i Ve«ey street. In the Porousrj of Manhattan, In th*
'. City of N«w Tork. on Monday, tba 2."th day of Novem
■ her. 1907. a? l- o'clock coon, by Samuel Goldstlcker.
1 auctioneer, the premises In said judgment mentioned
sr.d therein de«rrlr.ed us follows:
All those two certain lets Of land, with the bolldlßS
■ «n1 Improvements thereon erected, situate in the Bor
i ough of Manhattan. In th» County. City, arid State, of
; New Tork. lyin- together on the southerly side el One
1 HandreJ and Twenty-seventh Street between Second
nnd Third Avenue*, and bounded and described as to\
; lows:
t»*Ktnr.!rii; at a p«'nt "•> the nontherly side of Or.«
I Hundred and Twenty-seventh Street distant emu hun-
I ■lr*- 1 . and 'larh'y feet easterly from the southeasterly
1 corner of said •> i r«<!t and Third A y. r. :•>. and nir.nlnir
! the::-e eastwiirdly alorg the southerly side, Of One
!lunflr«d ana Twenty-seventh Street, forty feet, thence,
R<"Uthwarri".j- parallel with Third Avenue nlnety-nin»
feet eleven Inches to the centre line of the block b<»
; tween One Hundred and Twenty-sixth anJ One Hun-
I dr«d and Twenty-seventh Streets. theses nesl sjaf
along eaii centre, line, and parallel with One Hundred
and Twenty-seventh Street, forty f»e,t. and thence
r.<-Tthwardl>. nraln parallel with Third Avenue, nlnety
i nine feet eleven Inchea, to th» point ct place of bos'.-i
i nlng.
Bnl>Jarl to »be covenants ant! restrictions contained
1 In a certain deed made by Daniel P. Ingraham and
| Mary If., his wife, to William S- Inrraham. dated
i February 27th. 184.V and recorded In the Office of th«
; Register of the City and County of New York on
. March ZSth. 1845, In Liber 4.*.» of Conveyances, at
IMP- 0B;
15>-lnK the same premises conveyed to said defendant.
J"hn nation, by Jessie 3. Batton. by deed dated May
■ 4th. - to, and recorded In said Register's OtfW on
December Bth, 1ST»«. in Section «. Liber 34 of Conrey
; ance.w. at Pace 890, an.J betnc then known by the
i street number CIH Basi 127 th Street. PorouKh of Mia
hattan. New York >.!ty. Dated November 4th. 1907.
LOT ••.»• ADLER. R»foree.
i WILLIAM If. L. LET:. Attorney for Plaintlf". Oi?<-«
ami PoMorßce addrosa, No. 2."> I'lr.o Street. Bor
oui<h of Manhattan. New Tork City.
The Following In a diagram of th« property to T>«
■Old, Which l» N'>s. -14 ;tr.i\ 213 ffnrnierly :!<>•> East
<>. » Hundred ami Twenty-Seventh Street. Bor.vigh of
' Man!'.it::an. New Tork City.
127 th Street. _
190/ I ib I r .
«i as i
b! •PS |5
r«• I <
: - «
|£ is
128 th Street.
The approximate amount of th« Hen or charge, to
j satisfy which tl.e above-described property Is to b«
: •old If nine thousand four hundred and thre«- Ss-100
; 1 58. 403.88* 100) dollars, with Interest from April six
teenth. 1907, less two llwilJSailO vi; t 0»>-100
( 000. 00- 100 1 dollars, with ln:«rrst thereon fruiu
October '••"'. WOT, paid to th.^ plalnt'.ff herein on Octo
!.^r I""". t.k'T. pursuant to satd ortler. bearing daw* the
( fifteenth <!.<>• el October, l'.'<>7. besides costs and allow
; amv. amountltiß ii four hundred ninety and 2--100
i5490.22-1«O) ilnlhirs. with Interest from April sls-
The Hi.proxliiittte amount of taxes, assessments, an-1
other Itena upon th« property, with Interest to Novem
ber 23th. 1907, the d i!' fixed for Oka siila thereof,
which, with further Interest thereon to the date of
closing sale of said pro party, are to be allowed to th«
„I>ure.hu»er out of the purchase Money, or which are to
! l>e paid by the rafarse. Is one thousand three hundred
| twenty-live and :u-100 (t1.335.54- 100) dollars. Dated
Nov.-inbt-r it!.. 11W7.
LOtlS ADLER. Referee
WILLIAM H. I. I. r.i:. Attorney for Plaintiff. OnVe
and I'ostoffloe aJilress. 2.1 Pine street. Borough of
Manhattan New York City.
Surrogates' Notices.
IN I'l 1.-i"..N^ I. Or AN ORDER OK HON. ABNKR C.
Thomu, it Surrv sat« of the County of New York.
liutlov is hereby ulven to all persona havin* claims
against Richard Maostteld, late of tha County of N- w
Tork, deceased, to present the nan-, with v outliers there
of, to the subscriber, At h*f Dlaca of transact!:^ busl
ness, nt th« .>ri.-.' of Dtttsaboefer, Gerber & James, No.
in; llroadway. R. •rough ot Mliwaattaa. In the City of New
Yuik on or before the »'th J.iv of April n-»xt.
l\it»l New York. th<-. 14th day of October, 1007
SI'SAN 11 MA.NSriKU.'. Esecutrla
DITTENHOHFER, GERBBR .-. JAMES, Attorneys for
BxacvtrtX. M Broakdway. New York City.
JOHNSON, WIIjMOT. —IN l'lKsl ANCK OF AN
order of I{on Abaer C. Thomas, a Surrogate of t!s-»
county of Now Tork, notice U hereby given to all pers<nia
! i- • - claims Kain.^t Wllm<H Johnson, lat.* of tho Count y
.•f N> w York, deoeajaed, t>> pwasai th«- sann- with voachßT*
thereof to the 1 riber. at her place of trun- *
bostneaa, at the onVe of Sp- Ir & Rartiett. %'■• .'.2 Hail
«tref» - BOrOOCn of Manhattan, in •.■■■ ilty «>t New York,
on or h.fMi-.- ■>■■ rtrat -.«>■ Of June. IPikS. next.
L'U'vi New, York. the 2".'th day of 0.-:.->b. r. |BOT
HELKN O. JOHNSON. BxecutriT
SPKIR * BARTLETT. attorneys for Executrix '. wan
.-tn.it. Borough of Manhattan, New York City.
I FVRSUANCB OF AN Or.l>Eß OF HON. ABNER
C Thomas a. Surrogate <>( ta< Count; ••- >,>» »t.rk.
notice v hereby gj*— to all parsons kvlßg ckatma
-Klin!" William tebbias Ir . lat.; f tnn County u f
.n.'v York, decessed, to present the Mine ulth v ucliers
thti^ot to th«" subscriber, at his place of liai—i Mm.
busineMs at th.- offlc< of tarter a IMsktll. is Wall
btr«et, In the Horovigh of Manhattan and The City ..f
New York, on or bafws the Ist day of May. l'"
Dated New Tork, the EH 'lav of October. 1!»>7.
CD WARD M. FRANKLJN.
Bxamtor.
CARTER A- BASKCIX, Atty •< for Executor.
IS Wall Street, Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
IN PtTRSI'ANCE OF AN ORDKR OF HON. FRANK
L T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate cf tha County of New
York, nottcn la hereby given to all persona having
claims against William V. Brokuw. late, of the County
or New York, deceased, to present the same, with
vouchers thereof, to the. subscriber*, at th« office of the
undersigned. No. TOT Fifth Avenue. In the City of New
York on or before the 2nd J;>v of January nt .t.
Dated Now York, the 24th day of June. 1907.
CLIFFORD V. BHOKAW. JOHN H. ARMSTRONG.
WILLIAM a nOL'l-D. Executors
CEOItCE F CH.UIBEKI.IN, Attorney for ...e Execu
torn. 31 Nassau Street. Borough of Manhattan.
New York City
M~~ OHUN. PHILIP.— IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER
uf lion frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the
County of Now Y.>rk. notice Is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against Philip Mohun, late of trie
County of New York. deceased, to present the same,
with vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at her place
of transacting business, at the office of h»r attorneys
Hounds Hatch. nilllnirham * Dehevois*. No. «■• Cedar
Ptrevt. Borough of Manhattan. City of New York, on ,
or before the twenty-fifth day of February next.
Dated New York, the 14th day of Auxust. 1907
ANNA M. PHELPB. Executrix.
ROUNDS. HATCH. DILLINC.HAM 4 DKBKVniSB.
Attornevß for Executrix. fl2 '""Mar Street. Borough
of Manhattan Vow Tnrli rttr
COBALT STOCKS.
<Purnl«hed by Wills * Co.. No. 43 Exchange Place.)
Bid. Asked. • Hid. Asked.
Buffalo $125 ti'Xi Silver Queen.. 72 Hi
Cobalt Cent.. 2.1 -4 Trethewey 5» til
1-Vster *« «* NiplsMing 15 88 ?0l«>
Kerr Lake... 3 S". 4 o*> Peterson Lake. 12 1*
M. Kin-Par .. n Xi Norn Pcoila... 10 31
j«her I,»af .. • •
City Property to Let.
1 1 , 1 3 and 1 5 EAST ST.
Tkre« 20-'r. houses for rent, separately or — ■-*
harflucwl floors; two bathrooms: electric light: bmW«
pantry extensions: renovated from top to bottom^!
perfect order: decorate to suit tenant; ooea'sl.
Inspection: full commission to brokers
HERBERT A. SHERMAN,
9 fin* tn.i J3J sth A™., for. 4<fh <*v
City Property for Sale.
BROADWAY. ML TV c«r. Reads st. «&«x134. far ealet
■*-> or.» of tho most J»slmble corners dowmawa!
Apply to WM. C WALKER'S SONS. 289 Broadway.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENT
7 Rooms Unfurnished; All Modern lmprovem«Rta
FLORENCE HOUSE,
18TH ST. AND 4TH AYE.
THE DEI SOTO,
19 E. 32ND ST..
BETWEEN STH AXO MADISO!f.
Handsome lar«« room*, private, bath.
Autumn Resorts.
ww Tosoa.
HOTEL GRAMATAN
BBONXVII.LE. Wootrhossor Cou. N. T.
15 miles from New York- Write for special wtakSs
SSJsss J. J. LAXNC.- CO.. Proprietora
GARDEN CITY HOTEL
GARDEN CITY Lev* Island.
18 stiles froia N. T- Writ* for spwriaT i inter ratal.
J. J. LANNIN CO.. Propr,»tors
3fEW JEBBKT.
LAKEnOOO, V 9.
THE LAUREL HOUSE
HOW OPEN.
A. J. m-KPHT. Manager.
LAUREL-IN-ThE-PINES
NOW OPEN.
FRANK F. 6BXTE. Manager.
Both hotels have been extensively Improved etsot)
last season. including the addition of aumerc-js private
baths, and are favorably known for their standard of
excellence and patronage since the lacesttoa ut Lake
wood as a resort.
BARTLETT INN
LAKE"WOOD. ■ J.
Quiet. refined, homelike; unexcel!«i In this -aeon of
famous hotels. Writ* for Illustrated book!et.
THE INN
BROWNS MIX.LS -in - the - pi>m
HI JERSEY
2H bean from New Tork. Priest climate In •-.» East.
10 to 15 degrees warmer than New York C".:r TraisO
leave New York week days via Pennsylvania B. a.
» 58 A. M.. arrive Browns Mills. 12 33.
GALEN HALL,
Hotel and Sasatorlunk
Atlantic City
Elegant stone, brick aad steel tmt'.dlaf.
Always open. Always Ready.
Always Busy
HOTEL TRAYMORE AT £r
OverlookJnc the Oceaa. Open all th# year.
TRAYMORE HOTEL CO..
CHA9 O. MARQI'ETTB. Ok S. 'WHTTB.
Manager. T-esi :-.tt
HOTEL DENNIS, Atlantic City.
Occupies one-half square of nnobstructej beach freak
WALTER J BUZBT.
CHALFONTE rrsi*
j
| THE USETJS COWP.IVT. _
flnarlborongb-lßlcnlKfni
AIX.*.XTIC CITY. >'. 4.
iOoIAH VTHITE i BOtW
THE MONTCLAIR »SJN«
MOVTCLYIB. a -»■
Pare air. excellent table, good serv'c- •• ******
»ith Bt«am heat Superh « - <.-^
SPECIAL WINTER RATES
THE MO>TCL.UK HOTEL CO.
VIRGINIA.
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS
New York «Hn>*. 843 rtfth A»enne.
Water*. r-.-\th», hotel and environment E ° w^,
equalled. Rheumatism, gout anil ner»«»'JS d.»*ss«"
cured. Complete hydro-therapeutsa apparatus. J *s-».
*-se palm room. Golf, riding, driving and 1 *'» ta "°*
pastimes. Through sleeper l»>avei» N-w York 4:55 P- *?•
weekdays. Tickets and Information C. * O- offll \tv?li
Broadway. 243 Fifth avenue and oftV«# P*nn»yl»aß»
Railroad. FRED STERKT.
Manager. Hot Spring*. v»>
____________ i ______^ -«
THE Mr.CKI.ENBrnU HOTEU
cii.\>r: crrr. va. , .
On the Southern Railway, ninety miles south_ *s™l
niond. Hotel thoroughly modern. Booms sin* i«aa-~
■uite. Private l^th* steam heat, electric Uzat»-«T
vator. Cllmat- Ideal, location and surroundings
culnlne and »e»vlce «he best. All popular «-. — -..._
Uam« preserve" of thirty thousan.l acres; «uall. a x "
turkey, fox hunting. ___^__ _. *_.*« t*. <»••■
—served to guests. Tourist ratea from aUpolata. wesw
— «erveU to «uc.u. Tourist rates from all polaw. Y.MVJ
rates. $15.00 rod op. American. Booklets.
.^orTll CAROLINA.
PINE FOREST INN
Inter Kenort. Somme»Tille. i C.
High Class Hotel. Strictly in the ■'.-".
•elect clientele. Room* en suit* with Bath. —*!»'—'
f.Wcirio LlKhti. Steam H-hs *n.l . Open Fir. H*^
Pure Water from our own ArtesUn i well or* tho-»»» >
feet deep and perfect »anitary condition* iTn«t ti»'«
link- In the hiurllh iur11 „ Ho -. r , . '_ ,
Saddle and Ilarww Hor.es. Fir.- H'JiJtici
Addrefs W. A. beuna. M»nagrer. Sprtnjsneld. Ma**- *1»
F. W. WM;s*r * Ci>, Frfprt-'sr?. Ci-»rlcrt;r r ■
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