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IS OVERFREIGHT AUCTION.
ifscd cf 3"^ - ule Demonstrated in Penn fylvania Sale. , »-filc»i'- v « ct the annoyance to which nhippers as E as Es^rwassl are subjected Vy reason of the &bg* prc<T**ly to mark freight consigned for ship ' &r ,d of th* necessity for the new rule of the JJciii: CltKi&nraXUuF PwßbssblbsS that all 'less — 'carload* freight be plainly marked with the *\a^ snd address <>f the consijmce. is the fact !^t the** *"' as J list b««a held ; ■>• the Pennsylvania *Tnrc«>2 ir. Tittsburi: a BBSsT days* sale of ovcr »^irr!t. te which were involved at-ven cars of mis !«Taneous merchandise. and one car contalntnjr r forty tons of iron, ■toet, etc.. much of which Mg*S*fd at *« ct - nn *^>«fh less tlian the raaj value. 'In the I' 1 * wrre caFtinKs which were douMtaai so ordrr. vhich would have been at value for purjv 151 ** Intended, but a5 there were no ldenti jy^np rr.nVb* it was impossible to ssOi cither the -USsT" I ' ' or the shirr* *". and they were eol<S at tactically Knip iron prices. The new rule Is to SflW July i by the 416 railroads In the •CSris! <'lasF:f]ration~ territory— east of the Mis si»«rr; sssl north af the Ohio Riv«t. V^RECK TIES UP ONTARIO & WESTERN. BinF'-a^-* 00 * 1 - *»• v - June -S. — V car about in ♦vf rai^c-e of ■"• fr*>i}*ht train on the Ontario A TTfstern Railroad -was derailed at 5:30 o'clock »jjs niorniTie in a. deep cut about two miles east ejfifir^y. and the track has bscsi blockaded since. »vf r"-- is a scle track, and it has he*-n diffi «:t for -nrrrkers to'ctt at the -R-reck to clear it raLT. Frar.k Adams, a brakeman. was on the str Cbai v.aa derailed, and was rau«:s-.t in the sjaaefcaa and Fo ba<31 >* injured that it is thought u. arfU die. He was taken to The BMtsej IIo» fital. No one else -w .is Injured, and comparatlve 3j- BtQe ■fll I done < x qat to delay traffic. MAEIFE DTTELLIGENCr MINIATURE almanac. BBjlSßi «31I8aa r«s 7:35: M<v>r. rtrrs S:3«i!loon*s a#^ 1 HIGH water. | iK—Sa-'v Hn.-'k B m O»r. Islaad 8:4S!Hell Gate io-s« ] PJL— Sar.iy Hook ■ "■' OwT. Ibssiil f.;45!He1l Gate 10:41 WIRELESS REPORTS. jae fr 1"*1 "* i^aattasl a» BBS) rnilets «>«st of Panflv Hook »t*T.l*i a ra yesterday, is CaVwCBSsT to dock about 7:30 • rsTucsiiay - . N-.euw Mustwaasa. r^?r.-»rd m< 3TB mil** eayt sC ttscr Hook at li» a ra yesterday. Is expected to <Jock rtret" -S.o a m. to-day. INCOMING STEAMERS. TO-DAY. V««*'. From. »>."«:» ■ An-.rierSem. Rotterdam. June 30... •Pijiidexrb:* *an Juar.. June 'A .... *&sm* St Thomas. 3 ur* 23 • i>r v u~> Hayti. Jai» 1^ .--ar. . Barba£ne. June -- [—^piOtt Swansea. June Z3. .......... niu*s:ar- IxiTidon. June 13 •t-.~K.jf - Jun« 1C iC^in HuU. Jun« 13 "Wilson g^2 Kc« Orleans. June 23 Bo Pacific XiEMrc- is lx>n don. June 2<> Atlantic Trar.s TUESDAY. .' NE 80. «-.£— — 1< y='.Ti Sretiifß. June 23 .N G T-! •?• "iSutii Vrat^s *.ijTl«ian«an<l. June 20 Scand-Am «J L;:r J-.-a Curacao. June 23 Red D t«j*ii- ' Antwerp. June 'Jl> Red Star E^ric!. Azores. June 2* tVaite Star for GJcre'.o Palermo. June 13 - Italian '-iira' ."■ Naples. June 16 IJoyd-ltallan WEDXTCSDAT. JULY 1. ■GbocU Liverpool, June 24 ... •Havana Havana, to S9. jpfmMm TjlL>w GibraJtar. June 21 o»s.t2 - * Galveston, June 2» "•Er:r.rr maH ■ OUTGOING STEAMERS. TO-DAT. Vessel Vesst 7 For. Line. Mall closes. Rails. 5^.-0* vV.«. T-ararr-aribo. DW 1 ... 11:00 am l:O0 pm AiT-anit. Colon. Parajna 11:30 am 3:00 pm 3tc^"o<, NarJoflt. Old Jjcvr.lziion .—. — 3:00 j> m TUESDAY. nnm 30 kitoer W der G Bremen. N G Lloyd. 6:30 ara 10:00 ajn T-:-.^d Beramfl*. Quebec ... l,:«anll:Wam Barbados, Booth 12:00m . -n.pm t£££ AiSwUna. Air. Kio Plata 12:00 m 3^pm I""" »r. . 3.-00 p Hi J .. ■WEDNESDAY, JL"LT 1. fL—slc smithaaartoa. "White Star 6:30 am iK> a m S^SiaT -LneSouL Cuaard (i:soan 30:00am - f ~*~~ ,-r - -*a Trinidad l f ' :< -"0 a m .- :t>J m S2!^f« "H^urs-Aa. - -11 » am 1 :00 p m ?«£sSy' !-^^i Hamburg- Am 11 :00 ain 2:Wpm i-^f-f^Ua-fc^-o: Brazilian 12^0 m 3 * .0 p m B^rauT^aSdaau Holland- Am. .. 7:'-->am D «'Aon:iii. Naples. Italian zz zz Cbnal Gafcwton. M»uory ■ h-SS™ a«Ber*ou Sartolk. Oii mtsSBB 3:00 pxa SPACIFIC MAILS. I»«is--iua «J*s turner. Ciose In N-w Terk. Hawull fria =^r. Francisco)— Alaraeda. .To-day, O:30p m Janaa Corea. Cf.r.a and Philipr-ine Isl iiuir irt- Vaaco«»«r _:. Victoria zi r / _c- rr r*s* of C-hlna J'l'y 1 6 - 30 P m Hawaii. Guam ana" Pailippin* Iflands— Ju!y l.€:Sopm trta Sar. Fmadaeoh- V S Transport - . -July I, C.SO pjn Hswa" Japan <~orea, Chica. an-i Philip- July «. «:30p m AU«rra ia i-jicept. Weet>. New Zealand. Bamoaa I^a-nas. Ki;l Iflacds and New S C r?:-Sar^a^ er .^ d ..^"ju 5y lS.«»p» Bawsfi, Jarjan »"or<ii. China and P!-Jlip rin^ I,ia,d : -,vU San Franci.co,-^^ j«. ■ ■»» ■ Tahiti ana «anjtw*a"s isiar.de— (via 6an *«*■ i.€a»»ss Pra=ctoco>— atSripoM. Au S- 1'6;3"1D1 ' 6;3 " 1D SHIPPING 2TEWS. Per if Ncv York. Sunday. June 28. 1908 ap-k: BtnSMr American. I>e!ano, Puerto Mtxico June 13 a-'- PhOadeJstola r7, to the American-Hawaiian £s Co. wlta adß». Arrived at the Bar at 6 :» am. _«-■•« ttetrner City or Atlanta. Smith, cavannah June -«»■*" the Ocaui Ss Co. with ratMr-eers and mase. Lert Q t>^^vL^l a^>. McArthur. c*r4er** June 18 •sd HaVina 2=. to J H Winchester & Co, with eugar. A~r:-.~i fc t th«> Bar at 2 a in- . «-*>,.-*, ctrr.vlK—' "Webb. Eruns-B-ick. Oa. June -4. t«V't Erunswick-Ss Co, wJtJi !u=t«r. Left Quarantine Siecmtmtf fO>-i. Poock. Rio Grande do Sul KaT June 4. H:o d* Jpr."lro 7. Bahia 1« and Ea—p-^oe 20. to the Hamt-urg-A^.Tiran l-lne. ■nun -- >•-E^•:a^»^«. mB::s er.J tndse. Arrived at t:ie Bar at I K * <-n]utriWa fßri. Wadsworth. <?lasr"w «T!d Mf tmi Sat* 2>. to IleaderMa Brothers, wtth 215 «Wn »nd 12' Et««>.-Ji£e raEEerpcrfc ana mdse. Arrived at the liar £tc&n«er Priaa Ser NedTia.-. len <Dat<i,i. Van df-r Gent. e^S Guania i<< Porto Caiy=i;o 13. Curarao Jo. ac:n«-j ... Asx f^ayes 16. Jpremie IT<. Pcrt-au-Prince 21 arid Bt Hire 22. to t.ie Rojil Dutcis W*st Indite M Co. With W ts.iwHLrert. nrniis and mdse. Arriveif at the Bar at o a tz. =*eam»r .lam»sto»-n. HiM-r. Nc-folk and N'w^ * f*wsf * w 5 «rttH patseccers ajid ni*e. Passed in Quarantine at 6 p m. 6t«»aTrnK- Va»Ear.hu*€tts. Hn:m«p. BoEton. with mdFe. t-> '.t* New EnfliXid Ss Oa Pasted In Quarantine at 11:SS .-iear.fr D';a«are. French. Philaielphia. -with rsdse. t<j The Hotel and Resort Columns The Tribune mav be taken e^s *a>n a.u thenilc guide to the best resort hotels of the Ea.st. where accommodations and environment e*re such e-s will appeal most strongly to Tribune readers. Any hotel ©Ldvertised will •end booklet on request $10,818,000 Metropolitan Elevated Railway Co. First Mortgage 6% Bor\ds. Due July lst r 1908 r, 3TI3 Tl Manhatt . an Railway Company has gif^notice^hatrthe above bonds will b« na?«r i maturity, or that the holders may have tbc privilege of exchanging their maturuie bonds through us. for the Manhattan Raihvoy Company .4% Consolidated (now First) Mortgage Tax-Exempt Gold Bonds. .. Havinc purchased from the. Company the $10,818,000 bonds issued to refund the rnatunnK bonds, we offer to holders of the old bonds the privilege of receiving in ex cnange an equal, amount of Manhattan Railway Company 47c Consolidated (now First) lortgage Tax-Exempt Gold Bonds, at 96 and interest. "Holders of the maturing bonds may deposit them with us"and receive the new bonds and $40 in cash per bond, interest to be adjusted as of July Ist. The Manhattan Railway Company 4% Consolidated fnow First) Mortgage Tax r.xempt Gold Bonds, after July Ist, will be secured by an absolute first mortgage upon the entire property of the Manhattan Railway Compain-, which is paying. dividends at the rate of 7 r 'c per annum on its $60,000,000 of capital stock. The bonds are legal in vestments for Savings Banks. Trustees and Trust Funds, and are tax exempt in the City and State of New York, as endorsed upon each bond. The privilege above offered may be withdrawn by us without notice. ftHhmmd&£(i ■ 507 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia. 33 Pine Street, - - New York Trust Company Statements. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of The New York Life Insurance and Trust Company AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 17TH DAY OF JUNE. 1908. REi-OUIICES. Bonds and mortpsces $4,059,PP6.74 i-tix-k and bond investments, viz.: Public securities it'ook \-alue. 5557.501), saariset value 821,050.00 Other sccorrUes (book value. $9, 404. 63.1. IT market valua n.R(>7.283.0« I>nanE 30.757.866.40 Overdrafts, secured 1rJi.475.54 Real estate 1.461.023.45 I>ue from tr«?t companies, banks and bankers. 3.05t>,4P5.H4 Specie 1 ,800.000.00 I>Kal tender cuim and note? of national backs 200.000.n0 Otber aaseta, viz. : Suspense aoconnt 1415.U8.75 fin iiilllisi in lawful money r»j=erve 2.2.*7.143.02 2.672 2J*4.77 $44,091,588.54 LIABILITIES. capital Stock H.080.080.09 Surplus, mcludirc all nndtvfded profits ... S,gwß.lW.aO l>ur- trust companies, banks an»l barkers $360,000.00 I'epusits <not preferred) on ii> days 1 notice 29,090.186.81 Certificates of deposit <not pre ferred) 258.900.00 Certificates r>f deposit on 10 saja notice 8.048. 1 is Preferred deposita 2.006.951.51 Total JuissHb 36,764,187.12 Other liabilities, viz.: Baaerrea for tax«> $52.f*>«.00 Contingent account llll 9;i Life ir.surar.ee 551.«G5.32 Annuities 2.1«"».5U>.32 General account Interest 5»3.C4«.fa4 g-^^^gj. - - Quebec I Bristol Cur.ar<s . arC N G Lioy Bee PROPOSALS FOR KTNAMITE. BLASTLNG CAPa, ± Fuses, Conr.ectin c Wire, Insulating Tape Insulating r.'..- Blasting Mats. Steel. Tobir. Bronze. Muntz Metal. -" w . "- . • : !t s Bra-, and Copper xubinj^ W«hrn. MTlailic Pack inf; J* |« a\% e hT oSce of 'the General P-Jrchasinc Offlcer Uthnto udnr Agents, Si Ptatf st-c^t. >;« ..^ i^f 0 ' -• • TT a Minn • Chattanoosa. Ter, Louisville. ffiSS?iSaSMSK iSSToi. Corps of En pineeV. C. S. A. General POTCaa-in, Ofßcer. PBOFO6AU POBOOiOCBSA«rK^STOTW. CTC. [ ! ' ; - : -> :: -:. > I^ l^WJW.ei proposals »-.■. i-r Street. New York. June f ,he ' si «^^ rchasir-K As*nt r^-eiv^d at tht ofllce of the Assi^ani 4 New Tor k. Panama Rail Road m SS2' at SS* t'nte they will be ur.ui 11 P- m-. I^,,^ishin7 the above-mentioned ar openea fo public for fu.^l^ng rn (Circular P-152) may SfSSSPSS^MSSSK C. NORDSIEK. Assistant Furchasinc Ager.t. , 4 ' : , n ", ,hf. c%ce' until twelve o'clock noon. July 11. jT MORROW/ Commissioner. D. C. ano %-jo»crlpUon3 for The Tribune A r-uc-ed « «>u t L^i" c ,,] ow .^ branch office, at t«n»r.-j rectum « in o'clock p. m. Adver b»t«-en 36th and •<•«[. *»-• "" , K m "Vj r . 2t^ Bth r-pular effie rat-» un 1 6 n ck>c H. . 14th Ft.; ri,V t H «L 133S 3a svt between 76th and 77th S w'aSSUS^District Te ra^ OS* Real Estate Loans. EHRGOTT. 150 Broadway. Tel. a^B--3 Cortianai. Country Property to Let. F OP, KENT «j£g^32^&^ J r^s C JUDGE DAVIS. Bradley Beach. N- J- _^ — — — Country Board. 1" -"• ~.\t •>-— i.-fNTRY HOME TERMS $7. »1 n^ S^T^n! MK™lian Hs Co. "Passed In Quarantine at 7:50 a m. Parrv London June 13, to P^^^ec h rin n^-t. ra ?rri-d at the Bar at 8 * Hook. June 2?. 9:30 P m-Wind sauth^outhwest. ir^rate breeze; cloudy: H**t «■<«. ' " BAILED. L STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS. t,.».. -a l-"0 r m— Hi«-ania (Br), New York. £"^T n j£eV-Um-br£ fßr,. New York via Queer., town. Txru» OBri. Kew Tork \ia K:n** - . - ■ N>w Tor* via M J!rS SfcSffi^Br). New Tor. for GU*ow. EUTTER AND CHEESE MARKET. ITatertoWa, June 28.-CHBESE-Sal«. MBB boxes at n i-.i . T,,r.« "P— On The dairr market on Saturday i.kV'wb. «* SS^oM at IOWc bm 3.100 boxes of rh*ese at 11 He. _______ DEPOSIT GKOWTH IN GRANGE BANKS. __ Average Shown of $12 for Every $1 of Capital Invested. <•-..•*•• ■•■ flsil— llM I" national RranKe banks bS> been very Urpe r-.-witiv C»«rto« H. Treat. Treis urer of the United States, has had prepared figures -ww o -riM that •-. -.four banks represented hi tn* listen - ,th*rn. Middle Western. Western and Kcfflc rfate*" a capital of 1U30.0Q0. have deceits amount!,., to |1*3U.132*2. This W««tl ,. P . ¥tfW! » 'of SU deposits for *a. n Jl of capital in "*ed though not a profit of 1.300 per cent, a, a re^rk recently tUrlbtlU. to Mr. Treat made h.m "The litres compiled by Mr. Treat .bowins this eai increase T» — follows: ■ • Hatloof capital and Number , hi irii ■ ti> Wirj to p,,. Uon bM^k.. Capital- Surplu,. . Deposits. *?««»*?■ depwlt* Eastern B^^^Jwa J**B *■ *3=0.0«) OAOM «4.r 1 .i6.r.C, 03 $10" to $12 LI f'i «toJ7 15 E^li^i VtaV'r-*Vlnri"la, S;" SorU> B 19.0M g . (jOO j, M3 .fe=l S3 lMlol2Zi loou> 728 Jl^e'^.^^^i^' |: "fy 83 OC, aw' ' 3.3«2.MS 15 100to1= 03 100to 871 W Si : T7v;S;/'|3utY 4WOOO 3.,^ M«B.iW«B 100 t o „09 100 to' 6 89 j£s :%££?&ii£ a: «*>««!>«•. 5 ri0( « 47 .0,» t3^3O_4tt 100to 810 1:ia "; 00 ' 1 "-"""!"iS TTsS^ «^.:.-. |sw£i! tl<^o»«2o3 |100to*T4T To'».» \ .. . XEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. MOXPAY. JTM: 20, 1908. Bank Statements. BEFORT OF THE CONDITION OF TUB UNITED STATES EXCHANGE BANK at the clos<£ of busine«>> on the 17th day of Jun r . 100S: BEBOCBCES. Loans and discounts $55 38 Overdrafts 186.32 ! Due fmm reserve depositaries "S.Mtf. .'.3 R«-al estate 27,.VK).00 Mortjrapes owned 1.020.60 Si^cie 38.30 Oth«"r insrtn. viz.: - Furniture and Qxtures 6,147.86 J119,.'20.;!7 LIABILJTTES. -~ Capital stock $KH'. OOO.OO Barntofl, includinar all undivided profits 1H,«86.*9 Deposits sot preferred 2,636.58 $119.52 State of New York. County of New York. ss.: JOHN J. GIBBONS. President. and JAMBB .1. O*SHAXTGHNSBST. Cashier, of United States Exrhars- Bank, a bank located and doing business al ■■-. 28 ana 25 West 12T.th Street, in the City of New York, In sbi<l county belnr duly pwnrn. each for himself, says that tne foresoinc report is true and correct in all respects, h tr. the best of his knowledge and beUef. an<i thry furthfr savthat the usual business of said hank has '"• tran. - acted at the locaUoa requlr-d by the banking law <Chai. #iS3 Uws of lS9i as amended), and not elsewhere, ana that the above report Is made in compliance with an ot- Beiai notiea received from the Superintendent -of Banks designating the 17th day of Jane, 1908, as the day as of I which such "Port shall be Jgß^ p r- ,a«lt JAS J. ' (ySHAUGBKESST. Cashier. ! BeveiaJb subscrfpaa ar. ■! sworn te by both deponents the 2T.th day of June, 1908. before me. BFGOS! [Seal ° f 'yoSry Public. NO. JBe> New York County. Real Estate. "THE WORLD'S BROAQEsOijIRANTEE~ vour compete saMsfaction or *ive you your moneybag immediately. You don't have to prove it. All «e ask SliPliiiip MAIN OrciCE.^l BKO^T. NE^ TORK. I _^ . " RULAND & WHITING CO. REAL ESTATE 5 BEEKMA* ST. SEW YORK r>r»T-i- HOI'<E PL\N BOOKS. AMERICAN ARCHI FREE "ctural XtVociatlon. iWI Broadway. New York.^ i KIVEK VIEW MANOR la Kew York's most beautiful suburb. _^ YVRITE FOR •■INVESTMENT NAILS AND A HAM \ t mer." Jamaica Lstaies. .>34 Fifth a\e.. .-sew To Let for Business Purposes. Verif DesirabU Sfora and Basemen! 1364 Broadway TO LET TTTTH im— unmrr OF ONB TTTNDOVT. Appty to Renting Agent. 610 Tribune Building, 154 Naaaaw St. : $44.r.!»1.55S 54 TRADE AND FINANCE ABROAD. In the statistics of the ext-rnal commerce of Rumania the United States i. »^|»^£g though there are eeveral products and manu^.t ured American articles which could be disposed of advantageously in that progressive country c( Eastern Europe. It had last year a trade of 51.,. 000.000 francs, of which 422.000 000 "Wg^Jjg ports and 4S" 000,000 exports. These are the highest ngure > ever reached, exceeding by 119.000^ those arv former years. Belgium leads the buyers, • . b 15-000.000, but tt must be noticed that t?efter?«J part of the Rumanian cereals passing through Belsuim weit to Germany. Italy cornea next with M?<WM»; then Holland, with 64,000.000; England. 02.- SJSTSid France, with 28.00. This latter coun try is mainly a buyer of Rumanian petroleum. Tha mports into the new Danubian »*gfg«f^ reserted by U2.000.000 from Germany, U!>.0.W.0.00 from SuUr. England 62,000,000 and France IV 000.000. The debate in the French Senate, reported by the cabl- dispatches, on the bill to take over and operate the network of the Western Railroad must certainly have called the attention of members to the condition of railroads owned by the state m Prussia. Switzerland, 'Belgium, etc. In regard to the latter country the budget of the Belgian M n istry of Railroads for the year ISOB could hardly have been used in favor of government ownership, and it appears that they would not draw much more comfort from the railway budgets of other Euronean countries, evei in France, where the Btate operates, at a loss, a few short lines. In Belgium the estimated expenses of the state rall roads •• r 1908 have increased 13,000.000 francs for the old lines, without ounting 4,000,000 francs for the development of Eastern Flandors roads, recently purchased. The Increase in the estimated receipts is only 16,000/«» francs. The production of petroleum in the Argentine Republic i.s steadily hicreaßij and it is expected that the oil will soon ■ ■■ pete with imported coal as fuel. Many oil wells, some known ages ago and others lately discovered, are to be found, especially In the district of San Rafael, province of Mendoza. One mine, the Palo ma, was discovered In Novem ber. 105, and the asphalt on the suri of this oil deposit Is estimated at some five thousand cubic metres. The whole of this stratum is Impregnated with petroleum. Bam] analyzed by a Chilian chemist are said to be iperior to oil imported into Chill, and he advises the Argentina ■> con struct conduit pipes, a* In the United Stf.tes. The Bwiss papers state that the Imports from America to Switzerland in the nrst four months of VjOi have fallen to 25,000,000 frai asain^t MtlllHjr' francs in the corresponding period of liwT. SavmgM Banks. THE BOWERY SAYINGS BANK, 12S AND 13» BOWERY. NEW TORK. Jua« 9, 1908. A SSliil Blllillll dividend at the rata of rOVV. PKR CENT. per annum has bSSI declared and will bo credli»«l to depositors on all sums cf $T-.W and upward and not" exceeding $3,000 which shall have been deposited at least three month! on the first dar ol July next, and will be payable on and afttr Monday. July 20th. ISOS. Mor«y dispnslfpd on or befor* July 10 will draw Interest from July 1. IMNL HEJfKT A. SCHKNCK. Pieslaaut WTLXJAM E. KNOX Comptroileßi JOSEPH G. T.TI'T't.K. ■O'laflT. EMIGRANT INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK 51 Chambers St., New York The Board of Trastees has declared a semi-annual Uivi.lend at tho rate, of FOLR PER CENT. per annum on all deposits entttlei thereto. DEPOSITS M\l>r. ON OR BEFORE Jll V? 10 1308. «ILL PBAW LVTEB- E»T FROM JLLV IST. 1908. THOMAS M. MULRY. President. JOHN J. rULLEYN. Comptroller. THE MANHATTAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION. 644-646 Broadway. 114th Semi-Annual Dividend. June 9th. li»M. Thp Trusteea nf this Institution have declared In terest at the rate of FOCB PER CENT. por annum on all sums not exce«Jin*-*3.p00 r-malntn*; on deposit during the thr^e or six months enfllns ° n the riOth inst.. payable on an.l after July 2«th. '■"" Deposits made on or h«fore July 10th. 1008. will draw interest from July Ist. i:'"*- JOSEPH BIRD, President. FRANK G. STILES. Beeretary CONSTANT M. BIRD Ass't Secrotary^ 1 and S THIRD AVE. <opp. <"""oper Institute). CHARTERED 1852. lOth DIVIDEND INTEREST FOR THE HALF-YEAR ENDINQ JUNE 30T1I, 1908, at the rate «f Four Per Cent. Per Annum ■will be credited to depositors entitled thereto under the bylaws of the bank on sums from $5 to IJ.OOO. INTEREST PAYABLE JULY 15TH. 1908. MONEY DEPOSI ' on or before July 13th will flraw 'interest CCKJ , ET . President. IATHAN a CUBBET. President. EDWARD SHERER. Secretary. NORTH RIVER SAVINGS BANK 31 \V. 34th St. bet. sth & 6th Aves. Interest credited July Ist. FOUR per=cent per Annum on deposits from $5. to $3,000. Bank open 10 a.m. to 3 p. m., .Mondays !0 a.m. to 7 p. m., Saturdays 10 a. id. to 12 m. Deposit* made on or before July lOtb draw interest from July Ist. Samuel D. Styles, President Frederick N. Cheshire, Treasurer Charles F. Turton, Secretary Institution, BROADWAY, 22D ST. AND SIXTH AVENUE. GREELEY" SQUAKE, NEW I'ORK. Interest FOUB Per Cent. T*t Annum, from' $r. to 53.000. Credited July Ist. pay able July H»th or any time iater. CHARLES E. EPBAGUE. PresUteat FRANCIS M. I.EAKE. Treasurer. WILLIAM G. ROSS. Secretary. Onion Dime Savings IRVING SAVINGS l\ V 1 1^ \1 INSTITUTION 11.1 Chambers St., N. Y. The Trustees have declared a dividend ( - "•« eix jaouths .>ndin3 June 30th. 1908, at the rate of FOUR PER CENT. perannum," i all sums from $1 to 3.000 entitled thereto under the by-laws, payable on and after July 15th, IL'OB. Depossits made on or before July lOtli ■will draw interest frora July Ist, 190.5. W. H. B. TOl'l I'rcsitient GEORGE B. DUSSIIiO, Secretary H.E.li-M-K.- Chairman of Finance Committee CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK 56 AND 58 BOWERY, COR. CANAL ST. 96T11 OWI-WMAI. DIVIDE-NO. The Trustees have or.lered Interest at the rate of FOUK (4) PEK ttNT. per annum to be paiJ to .'.epr.sitors on and after Julv 20th on all sums of *5 and up to $3,000 which hav,' remained on deposit for the thro- or _ six months .Inn.- Hflth. I'iliH. in ac-nrdanco with the oy laws sand rules of the bank. M..ne>- deposited on or before Ju.y lOtU wIU :V:: V: ; ' ■■- -'ent. HENRY S IYLEB, Secretary. EMIL A. UUBER. Assistant etary . W"~W "~ GREENWICH SAVINGS BANK H i; Cor. 6th A»e. and 16th -St. i n*TEREST AT THE RATE OF focb PER CENT. i mrtf PEI \NNI'M will be credited depositors for the i tl-yO -"IK MONTHS ENDING J!NK 20 OH all sums *■ tr<'m $5 to 000 entitled thereto under the by laws payable July 2l>. De'p' sits made on or before JULY 10 will draw lntere»t from JLLY 1. li«S. JAMES QL'INLAN, President. CBABX£S 11. DL'TCHER. TreaaT. J ITAVri'i:',- ROBB, Jr.. \ S"<^*- ; FRANCIa M. BACOX. Jr., ( " i SEAMEN'S BANK FOR sayings, 74 and 76 Wall Street. THi . ; TRUSTEES HAVE ORDEKED THAT INTEREST j,,. rai's to depositors entitled thereto under the by laws and ir aucordnnce with the Saving! iijr.ii laws, for the six months ending June "'Jth. 1908. On accounts not pxceedins thre« thousand dollars at th« ra-^ of FOUR PER CENT, per annum inn _ Payable on and after -Monday, • t NK. 'l^sMent. GEOP.GE M. HALSEY, Cashier. New York. June lm i Deposits maJe on or before July U)th will draw Intereit | from July Ist. NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK, V U. Cor. l!th Bt and Bth Avrnne. The Tru^tp«s have declared a dlvlJend for th» six months ending July I. I'.'OS. on all deposits entitled thereto, under the by-laws, it the rate at FOUR PER CENT. p<*r annum, on all sums fro in $5 TO $3,000. r>fciorl?s Dia'ile on or lefore July 10th win <Iraw tn "5 WILLIAM FEI.SINOER. President. JAMES L' WANDLING, Treasurer. .•■;: HIBALXJ M. I'ENTZ. Secretary. THE BANK FOR SAVINGS. IN TIIE CITY OF N W YORK. •■>!■ Fourth Avenu«. June ' Bth. 1908. 17«TII BKMI-ANNI'AL IHMDIMI. ■ The Bo«r<i «if Trustees has ilt-clared an infrest Jivt dend for th» Blx Month" ending June 30th. 1009. at the rate r,f FUI'K I'Kli IK NT. t)-r annum on all sums of $5 00 unit upwards • atltled thereto, and payable on and after July -"■!.. 1008. The dividend -"ill be credited to depositors as prtn cipal, July Ist, itfOH. liep')6lts rnaiif »n or before July 10th •ID draw Interest from July Inf. liWW. WALTER TRIMBLE. President. CHARI.EB A. BHERMAN : retax: JAMES KNOWI.KS. ConiiHroUer. Dry Dosk Savings Institution S4l A. 343 BOWERY, tor. 3<i si . Nf« VflitK. The Trustees have declared a dividend for the six months ending Jui 3D. 1003, on all deposits entttlei thereto under the by-laws, at the rate at FOl'lt per rrnl. per annum or. all sums not exceeding THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS, payable on and after July 20, 190S. Deposits made on or before July 10 will be entitled to interest from July 1. I!><)9. ANDREW MILLS. President. WM. F. PATTERSON, Treasurer. CHARLES MIEULINQ, Secretary. Savings i Banks. EAST RIVER SAVINGS BANK 2*o BROAI'WAT. HEW T' RK. . : "^ Tb- 130TH RE.ni-A\MiAL I>IVIT>FM> has jm f\f been declared at th« rats of four 4/V p« r c<>nt - p* r annum on ■" "V°* \JKr\ per rent, per annum on all sums K.W /U «ntttled th-r»to. FavaMe after lf July 20, IMS KWtTS MA OK OS OP. BFFORK 4CI.T 10TH WUXDKAM I.NTKRta.T-rnOM JIH I*T. Dim b RAMSAT. r»«ia» CHAS. A. WHITNEY. Secretary- GERMAN SAVINGS BANK IN THE CITY OF .NEW \ORR. Cor. tth \- and Uth Street. Ken Tork. Jun» 22. 1«">« Interest at th« rats of FOUR f-kr CENTUM P-r , annum will b« tr».l;te.l depositors . for th« 81X months endine Jun« 30. I*oß. on all sums entitled thereto «n o>r the bylaws n-it exceeding three thousand (SS.OOO> d °r!*po'!«its made on or ksfOri July 10. 190S. will draw j mtereit from July I. rApIMrR TAG Prelrf dent. Cl. F. AMTHOR. Treasurer. . . I Excursions. THE CiLORIOUS FOURTH! Everything is ready — Come. A few of the good things : Niagara Fall* 3 day*. .$15.75 Atlantic ( ity .3dajv. 11.00 Thousand Inland* 3 day* . 20.00 Tliuii-and Ihlundfi and Rapids. Montreal and lahaa S days.. 35.00 Thf f;ir« rover a!l f »|»t!««. Other and lowjf^r tonr«: Qti-t>e«- l.y ■»»•„. Rrrmuda, Europe. Hound th» W«rld, etc TRAVEL TICKETS EVERYWHERE. ALL ROUTES. THOS. COOK & SON, 24.".. 1200 BROADWAY. Ml MADISON AVE . 563 FIFTH AVE . -NEW YORK. /^ STARIN'S EXCURSIONS STEAMBOATS AND BARI.E« to a!' PLEASTIIE RESORTS on LONG ISLAND SOUND and HIDsON KIVF.R. StagßMleent Saloon st»am»r» "OlssT an>l "Richmond.' each 1.200 capacity. •'Sea. Gall." | 600 capacity. Barges of all slz«s. !800 capacity Barges of a Specialty. Sunday Beboola a Bpeetaltv. OFFICES: CORTtANDT ST. PIER3. N. T. V 'Phone. 120S Cnrtiandt. J ! CHARMING EXCURSIONS | Up the Picturesque Hudson to West Point, Newburgh and Poughkeepsie Dairy <ex<-»pt Sunday) by Palac- Iron Dar Lfn« Ft*»mTs "HenJrifk Hudson." "New York." and "Albany." Brooklyn. Fulton St. fby Annrxj, 8; D»» brosses St S:4O and 9:4O: W. 4M 8t S Ofl ir ! l«:0«: W. 120th St.; !»:20 and l<>:2o A. M. Returnin? on either down boat dte 4. r -i Bt G::ti> or 8 M P. M MORNING AND AFTERNOON CONCERTS. DELIGHTFUL AFTERMOON EXCURSION TO WEST POINT STEAMKK MARV rOWELI. Leaving Desbroaaea St., 1:4.".: TT. 42 i St.. 2:«f; XV. 12Hth St.. 2:3tf P. M. Arriving U'*sr P'.int S P. M.. where close connection tnr New Tork is maea with Day Line steamer "ALBANY." K\ an i fare $:.•>' Also choice when baying ticket nt return by any W>»t Shore or N Y. Cent train or Ont. Hu-1. 9tr SI. IO. j giving ample tlnu to see Cad«ta In Caißßi Public ; Buildings. »tc. Orcbestm on b^ard. This Excursion Made Daily, except Sunday JULY 4TH! EXGURSiONS I ONE LOW RATE COVERS ALL EXPENSES. Railroad and Steamer Fare. Hotel Board, etc. 1000 \nlj.- 4 Days Only Sl*s..V> NIAGARA FALLS 3 " - .... 17.00 ATLANTIC CITT 3 " " ■ 10.00 MONTREAL and LAKES. .7 M " .... 45.00 VACATION TRIPS-JULY ANO AUGUST White Mountains. Monti and Lakes. Nova Scotia. Old South Country. Sagueray River, the Provinces. Gt. Lakes and Yellowstone Park. / Free "Descriptive Itineraries." «rrit« T. H. HENDRICK.SON TOURS 313 Fulton Bt, Bn.uUlvn. N. Y. RED BANE LIItfE, Leaves Franklin St. Pl«r 24. N. R.. daily. & A. at. J P. 11. ; Bnndarm, 9A. M. only for Hlghlinl* Red Banic etc. Exc. Stic. Trolley to Long Brajch. Aabury Par*. Surrogates' Notices. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. CHARLE3 H Eecktrtt. a UTQS»U cf the County of New YorK. notice 's hereby given to — persona having claims against Leopold Miller, deceased, late of the Cointy of New Tork to present the same, w ith vouchers thereof, to th» subscribers, at nur place of transacting business. No. 42 Broiidwav. ii the City 4 2<ew York, oa or before tha 25th day* Of August n».xt. Diit-ii New Ycrk. t:ie lSth day of February. 1909. IIENRV STEINHARDT. NELSON A. MILLER. IRA B. MILLFIR. Executors. IP V E. "MILLER. Attorney for Executo.-s, 42 Bro»!way. ■■»; New York City. IN PIT.srAN'CE OF AN* CROf.P. OF HON. ABN'ER C Thomas, a Surrogate of tte Coanty of New York. notice is h »■.-•• by given t.> all persons having- claim* against Cornelia Jay. late of the County of New Yorlc. deceased, to present the same, with vouchers thereof. to the subscribers, at their place of transacting bust ness at the office of Edward H. .■■■-. No. 3^ Liberty gtreet. in the Borough of Manhattan. City of New York, on or before the 31st day of July next. Dated New York, the 23d day of January. 1903. HENRY LETVI3 MORRIS. john c, jay. Executors. EDWARD H. MILLER. Attorney for Executors. 32 Liberty Street. Borough of. Manhattan. City of New Tork. A fIRPHT. JOHN J — IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER _3_L or Hon. Abner C Tboaaaa. a Surrogate of the County cf New York, be-ri::g dale th» li>th day cf January. 19"JS, notice is hereby riven to all persons having claims agatr.st John J. Murphy, late <f the Countv of New York, d* ceased to present the same with voucher! thereof to the subscribers at their place of transacting business, at th« offl.e of Reeves, TcdC & Swain, at No. .V> Liberty Street. in the Borough of Manhattan, of tho City of New Tork. on or before the rirst day e< Auci-st rest. Dated New York, the 22d day of January, lß<^a. CARRIE A. MURPHY and HakRY MVRFHY. Execu tors of the Last Will and Testament of hn J. Mur phy. Decea«e<J. REEVES TODD & SWAIN. Attorneys tor Executors. N'o. 55 Liberty Street. Borough of Manhattan. Now Tcrli City. • T AIMBEER. CL.IRA B — I.V PURSUANCE OF AN I A o'der of Hon. Abner C Thorraa. a Surrojate of the ur.'v of Ne-A x'ork. notice la hereby etven to all persons having claims ue-t'nst. C;a.r. a. Lalmbeer. late of 'he County of N.-.* Tork. deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of transacting business, at the office of HIH. Lockwood. Red field & Lydon. No. 35 Nassau Street. In £!-.e City oC New York on or before the l*t day of Au|«l next. Dated New Tork, the 2fith day or January. 130S. U PHEPHERD K ca FOREST. BKKNARI> M. BARUCU. Execctors. HILL. LOCKWOOD. RBDFIELD & LTDON. Attorney* for Execu'-irs. »«-__. Vo 33 ■aa 6treet. Bor-ueh of Manhattan. New York C!ty. Instruction. For Both S^xea — City. TITE BERLITZ SCHOOL CT LAVGCAGESt Madison Square (1122 Broadway.) Earlem Branch. 343 Lenox Av« . near 127ta St. prooklvn " 73 Court Pt SUMMER Br-HOOL AT ASBURY PARK. I«. 3. Tcacfaar* aanc to all placea wlC.ln hundred mile*. For Boys and T^uns: — Country. IS All! CWnnn~ A «Ticc*ss?til p-.hool n»ar Fh!!s_ Rl&ri-£.ffUUU Wakm up Boys ro <Jurt<.« of life. Frrares 40 Boys for co!!e*« or bufrtness. 4"th rear. F"ln« larce eym. I'^rt. for Lltt> Boys. Manual training. p>a!«ant summer horre.i tutoring ep^-nal. J. SHORT LJIJCt:. A. M.. Yale, l*rin.. Concordvtile. Pa.. Box 37. For Both Sexe* Country. Z.OOKZNC rOB A SCHOCi OX CAMP? YOU CAN FIND the SCHOOL WANTED by wrltlne BebOOl >|HfT, 630. «1 Park Rcw. N*w Tork, For Young Ladles — Country. RYE SE.MINARY ror^' dlr^'"»d I r^'"» Mrs S J. LIFE Th> Mlwie« STOWg. Br. v- School Agencies. AMEKITAX AND rORICIOX TE-\CnERS* AfiENCT supplies Proffeeora. 'Teachars. Tutors. '^overneasea. »ta. to Coii««e«. School and Famlllea Apply to Ura U J TOUXO-FULTOV. 23 Union Sqnar*. liAl»K.>H»l>ri 1 AMTOT. TeaeJiors' Ac«ncT. 23 ■. »Oth «t. TeJ. 1«."»7 Ma.lleon — Teachers, tutor*. »o» trnesses for collcses. achuola and private mil lea. ■ Sum Resorts. . ,__.__,.,-,_,_ i. , 1 1_ _-. -■ i. -.i-i. i -i .. ' ■■* XETV okr. Spenb 4tb 3ul? at Saratoga! Grant* Union <An is»rlst tadaeesteßt* t» tiranas hcKob • brief rtcmttoa. Ustb— WOOUEY » GCBRA.VS. Proprietor*. '~'* % . ;-!. Saratoga ■Brtsi >«■» Tork SARATOGA SPRINGS M. ¥. 7r Os«!, jun« 1.- Amenriii and Evirot>»a» P laa -_ Bp JA t s_Lr ""° B M^ Cra M te lSFPN' E^ tJ Frogg^ SARANAC LAKE S A H AN A U A Select Summer Home INN **£%,*££*' AMD cottages *&£2F£F'k: M f • AD I aOHDfI CK S GRAND HOTEL < . \ i -km t - ■ocyfAPa »■ *• 4 ;v I #•» 4} Thrtm&h coa/-h 'ami drawjr.jp ™omc*r •n*tc* T 4 frnm »w Torit direct t o hotel «rour_<ls. Alttru** r 4 ov«r - (»»> feet. -• - , >I 4> Pa«**nger #I»>vatnr to »!1 fl-*or». Room* sSSJiy 4 or «n mice, w.tli private ba'h. 1 For terrrs and full reformat •"■ »<«:••*" ' THE GRAND HOTEL CO.. £ %■■ - Hlgamo^.r_F. j^J"___— — — — -— iJ^ THE REXMERE Stamford-ln-th»-Cat»kill3. Vn.ier new «-iaß»ns»ot. Rr.rrrs sln*!« «r »r. uulte. TriUi or witiiirot ■■■ YTt vat» Golf i-.wse. Music. *tc. For booklet. HMo« etc^ address MOFFATT & FECK. Props.. ■■■■^•ri. >^w T«rt PROSPECT HOUSE. etc. Special rat»* for July. BookW. R. T. MARTIN'. Manager. ■I m rTT At th- most p!ctur»tirj-j» part of La«ejT><iT*-; HULtil capacity 2iW: *!-. i . tU weeily Boattn?. HOUSE Bathing. Fisting. Go!f. T»nn:s. <»tc. Cottage* nUUat to rent . ii. fr. BtCKEIX. Prop-. llalett'» Landing. 1 »• THE INN AT liitiri rPOlMfl A hi(?h altitude motirfain resort. Orand Sceßerr. Elevation. 2.000 ft. Beautiful Lake. 110.1-rn BAttO. Superior sercice. Orchestra. Tenr.is. Billlardj. Croquet. Boating. Livery. Fljhine. . _ .ST. JOHN i SON*. Port J»rri». X T. NEW jr.Kstr. THE (Barlborougb-SUnbcia <CATACi»¥ I10«). wt:h Its beautiful a.-.i spacioTis Eichans-» aafi soa Galleries, overlooking two Mocka of central OcfM tront. Its ia.--se rooma with private baths, each »up plied with »ea water, its exquisita music, resne natronaee and gen-ral air of eleganc* and ta»t» la Its decoration* a:.d tornlaliia**. l» paxttcul*r»* attractlv* dorlais __ ATL.\VTJC CITT'S r.KEAT sDIIIEK V>O^ •f June. July. Anssust aad September. ' WMt<» s-rv.ee both AmTt--a-. and European FlM* Ownership Manasenient — Jo-iah White M 9M» HOTEL DENNIS ATLANTIC CITT. N J This hnu«« 13 deUcbtfony located Atrectly <m «• fc^ach and tiai an .unobstructed "t tiie oceaa and l-.Mw.lk. WALTER J. BLSBY. I CHALFONTE I ATI \>Tir CITT. >" J. I THE I FFP- fOMPAXT. 1 -^— an — ii ■— ■mini i iiihi— i— «u 1 1 . . .. — • -^ • :^S^ V— — * ; JpBEJiS* *-.'CTE^ FOR t * H!CH «^ I^T^^^IORGAN « PARSON' S~: COLEMAN HOUSE. A«BCRY FAKK. >' J. A win: ir «iujr- oo the Orrao. T^"lro^^'■'V .cCc:.. i . Ma >atluk Booklet. FK*>K B. MINOVEIC PENINSULA HOUSE, 14^" a select family hotel Mi ocean front. Shrewsbury River. ril —111 i Bay. Mornlns concerts. Evenmt iacce* Xh- reputation is excellent, eoverine 25 yar». OPKNSJITKBSI CHAKLES it PEP BRER. ri:.\>*\HAM.t *«l»><i;il Rate* an'i Attrnrtion* l>v»-r .lult 4tb. WATER GAP HOUSE DELAWAKK U%Tf.K CAP. PA. j.' o w op'n. Ke:na.:r..< open until Deceniher. Saeond season. Same ovvnorahip. n:aniij; e raent. Caparity SO«>. | \ Mountain I*<rjil.».- Highest altitude; contest loca tlor. no humidity. Situated in tba Biitfst of it* own private magnificent park. Far. renmve,l frora the ne«i*» and di3t jf puMlo high.'-vay< an.l railroads, but withjn t-asy access of biith. Entirely rebuilt, I!mj7. at a cn»: i of over $ii>.i..miO..m>-. now THE FINEST KQITPPED. 1 BEST APPOINTED AND LARGEST HOTEL IX I THIS REGION Runninu mountain sprin* water la : ail rooms. Private tt!«d baths, also public baths: i steam heat: open log fireplaces. Electric li«nts: I hydraulic elevator: teWraph and telepnonos. Whin I service Cuisine of highest standard. • 'wn green | houses, farms and dairy of registered cows. Every ' outdoor sp^rt and in-!oor amusement <>r'-h'*stra- P*r« i Q-ient sotial functions. Kidms academy. «olf links. earaze and livery within tha grounds. Eo<:k:et of camera, views and nf?.ci^l auto maps matted. i rbea meet all trains. 6pecial June and July ar<J soasoa J^tes. JOHX PURDY COPS. THE KITTATINNY, DEI^AtrAKE WATER GAP. PA. LARGEST. >>T MOC'EKN. AND THE L£ADINO ' HOTEL. COOLKST UJCATICKS. Derives the tj.ll : -r-.-dt ! of tka breezes caused by t-e "Caps' formation. TaS.» ; »upp : I from Hotel's Kar:n- Orchestra, social dlverstaas. Wr::e for booklet stow Hctei. Klftafinny Park, scene*. 0ff".:... auto maps. Livery, garage, sajile horses. Kltta - tinny coach meet* ail trai.-.a American Plan, als» A la. Cart<- G FRANK COPE. , « >EV» HAMPsHIKE WAUMBEX COTTAGES Jefferson, \. H. a White .Mountains Reason .Vunc to October i BOOHLLF.T CHARLES V MLFUHT. Mgr. White ilount.ain Open '-.olf Amaunz Charapioaaiup Tour ' nament. August 2Tth. i«th. ath. _^ _^^^__________ 1 — •* MAINE. CUSHINCS ISLAND I itM-u But, Malnr. OTTAWA HOl>f and (OTTAfiE?. BOTCK A HATFIELD. >OW OPEN. Always cool; tnvlßoratlng cOmate; pur* water. ~~ VEKMONT. LAKE BGMOSEEN -*r'-J5«-V Rates *» to $2*. W. C. MOUND. Pr^p.. Hydevtlle. Vt. Citations. H3 PEOPLeToF THE STATE uF .N&"^' YORK. BT the itraire if God free arid Independent, to Marsarut 4r.n Sn-4er. Amelia K. Chase. John H. JtnU«r. Sarah M. Burch. i'atnarir- A M'.iUer. Joaapb IL S. M-ill'r. VlXiam A Fell. Anthony F. Feil. Charts J. Fell. Catharine C. G«tthardt. Oorg» F. Snyder. Paul J. Sr.yd-r. Edmund J. Sr.yder. Joyeph Snyder. Georgeana Bayn*. Eval\sc» Mell lns William G. "inyler. Martr.a Hears, A'.b-rt rnyd^r. Uli'a, F H»»rn. Mary E. tr.yder. Elizabeth R. Sr.jder. Susan R. Si -•"• Ar.n;e as Eierutrix cf th« Last Wl] and Testament of Charies .1. <nv,ier. ilec'is'J. <??bv monwealth Title lrsuran-.-* * Tru»t Co.. m* uener»l Guardian and Ancillary Guardian. 4c. cf Jo»#ph H. 5. Muller. an infant. Commonwealth Tlt:» Insurarrc* * Tru»c i>> . - • Gec*ral Guardian and Ancillary Uuardiaa. Jtc. of EJraund J. snyder. *ra Infant. Edward s-cyd#r. and to ait persons lnt.-r«-st»d in the Estate of Joseph H. Snyder. lalo 9t the County of New York, deceased, as creditor*, iegate-s. n»-\t *t kin or otberwta* »end •rat ing: Yoll and ea> h of you are hereby cited an-1 r<tjuir«»>l persionally to be and app«ar before out of th* County of New York it the Surrogates' «>urt of said Cou-.ty held at the Hall of Records, in th« County of New York, on th« Slut day »f July. lUA at half paat tea o'clock, In the forenoon ef that day. th«-n Mkl tl*er* to attend a judicial Mtttonwßt of the account of pr<v ceedmits of • >nr. 0. R. Eokers-m and Oll«»r L. Jou«». i< ■urvtvnis; Trustees under tli« La<i Will and Te»tam«nt of said jjeceajj^a; anl such of yuu a.- »r« b*r«by c:t-vi as ar* under tne as« of twenty-on« >*ar» *?« requirml to appear by your juarJian. y»u have one. or if >ou have ncce. to appear an.l apply '" r or! * *° *>* appoint*!, o* In th« event of jour tjmtt er tailura to i» »•. a suardUa will be appointed by th« sjuxrtcato i» rcpre»«ai and act for you ir. thv« prooeedlnc. ' In testimony »h»r«if. »• hav* caaani thw Seat »f V-."* Surn«ates" Court ef the aaid O>unty of New York ti> be her-onto *fly-.; i'r*e» Hon. tL. B.J *bo«T C Thomas, a riurnnate at cur sail County. ,t :h« County of New York, the 21st day >>i May In tha year of oar Lord «■• th— nine hundred and 'V*-^^ } n . vW! , NKT C?erk of th» Siirr-;s*t«»' Court* 9