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RAILWAY TOOLS iZtiglish Combinations— Need for State Regulation. U»dan, September 16. State regulation at railway pools is rapidly be com:n C m dlfflcolt to tho United Kingdom as It lb in America. Th« northern lines have recently fceca rciirranged into two groups by worWng ££tf*matii. and negotiations have been pro ceeding for a similar amalgamation of the ewrth ern lines, lv which- the Brighton would control tho Southeastern and the Chatham & Dover and the Great Western and South Western lines be operated for common Interest. Before the Kmtbem groups have been definitely farmed then; la a far reaching scheme for the creation of a single northern pool. This is an agree ment between the Scottish railways and the northern lines-the North Western, the Midland, the Great Northern, the Great Central and the Great Eastern. When it is effected the traffic Mttt of Lor.don in all directions will be con trolled for the benefit of the entire body of Ehareholders. There will be large economics in expenditures, competition will be minimized re ceipts will be divided from Interchangeable tick ets in proportions based upon actual business for a recent period, and there will be a concen tration of freight traffic at reduced cost. Keen competitors will become close allies, and busi ness will be shared after expenses have been cut down in every branch of the service. As pooling arrangements of this kind have been made between one company and another and between the two main groups recently formed, it is not Improbable that the general combination will be effected as soon ,f 9 the proportion. and other practical de alls are forked out. The Board of Trade will lack both power and willingness to Interfere with those systematized efforts for dispensing with compe tition. There will be fewer train services, a ma terial reduction of railway servant* «"pera. tion in the collection and delivery of frei«ht ari a more economical management of general busi rcTs Shareholders may be expected to benefit by the suspension of excessive competition, by Ihich operating expenses have been increased Without additional traffic of substantial value The convenience of passengers and shippers w U pLo.cd by a system of intercha: le tickets and concentration of rri^ c ; IlllSi § Si e O na«ctrd without rlv«lr>- »na "»■«? for the northern Hnea. ami tr.i. va IVrni-ar concentration of management in the Srfom ovtside of Ireland. ™-:**£g nationalization of railways and be done with It Certainly the railways could be managed- as a • government Service as easily in England and Scotland as In Germany. France and Italy; but there would have to be a purchase scheme, with adequate compensation for shareholders, and this -would involve, according to Lord Brassey s estimate, an issue of consols amounting to twice as much as the aggregate national debt. That is an operation which no Treasury official •will ever be prepared to recommend. State ownership of railways, if undertaken when the capitalized value was moderate and the mileage inconsiderable, would not have been a difficult problem; but it has ceased to be practicable. The purchase of the Irish railways alone would Hdd S3oo,<X*V>oo to the national debt, and the nationalization of the English. Scottish and Welsh railways would exhaust the borrowing powers of the government and bankrupt the Treasury. The shareholders, whose dividends have been steadily shrinking for a Ion? period, •would be pleased to get back the money In vested in railways: but the project of state ownership has passed outside the range of prac tical politics. The English railways will be left in private hands because it is impossible even for a Bo cialist-Labor agitator to suggest any method of finding the money for their purchase. The conflict between shareholders, who want the best possible return for their investments, and traders a:. passengers, who insist upon hav ing increased facilities, an improved service and lower tolls, is likely to become more serious under pooling arrangements than it has ever been under the conditions of cutthroat competi tion. The policy of duplicating lines, struggling over traffic and Increasing expenditures with out adequate promise of return, has been con demned by all railway managers. "Live and let live!" is now the password at every railway conference. Railways are to be conducted here after for private profit rather than for public convenience. The interests of one corporation v.lll not be allowed to clat.h with those of an other. Expenditures are to be reduced and an amicable syrtem of profit sharing is to be sub stituted for reckless and unprofitable competi tion. Everything is to be done to enable share holders to gat a better return for their money than they are new receiving. Tho managers are to cca.l with traffic sot as sharp competi tors, tut as partners, with a common stock and a common plant. The earning capacity cf the shareholders" investments is to be Increased, whatever may bo the public requirements or grievances. Evidently it will not be lone before there Is a conflict between railways, consulting their own interests exclusively, and the public, which wants to have gi^ods and passengers carried as cheaply and cfiick-ntly as possible. There will have to be more rigorous supervision of rail way management by public authorities. When in* recent straggle arose between the railway corporations and the representatives of organ ized labor Mr. Lloyd George, in effecting a timely compromise after there had been a shrinkitt;© of over fSOUOOO.QOO in the debenture slocks and ordinary and preference shares, in timated tliat there wore many things which the managers niig."t accomplish by preconcerted agreement. They have taken him at his word and are gradually converting traffic into a gen eral business to be conducted frankly for private profit. The Board of Trade will have to be armed with larger powers of supervision over railway management; otherwise public inter ■Bla will be sacrificed and the pockets of share holders unduly protected. Nations which have neglected to take up public ownership of rail ways when it is a manageable policy are forced sooner or later to face a more difficult question. This is the public control of railways by na tional cr state authorities, with a veto power upon increase of tolls and monopoly abuses and with reserves or authority for compulsory arbi tration of questions at issue between managers end r.r janized- labor. I. x. P, ALIMONY POR MRS. MITTENTHAL. •Just!ce Gerard, in tht* Supreme Court, yesterday ervarr $15 .1 wef-k alimony and $100 counsel fee to iir<. BTJmI :: MltientliA!. who is suing her has- Band, Karry K. ilitter.tlial. <; theatrical malinger, for a separation. Mr«. Mittenthal asked for $100 a W«c* MZid a coun&el fee of (2.COU. To Let for Business Purposes. fTO I CT Large and Small Offices LC I SINGLE OR EN SUITE ~7 I I ! 71 f «xt VHP Electric Light The Centre of ...IN THE... Jan - tor Transit for „-,. mlT * T — Service the Metropol- Tj\l£> tJ JN fc} itan District * * y a ' Open Every RI Til ft I N (\ Day iD Absolutely DUlLtiii^^ the Year Fast-Rnnniag 154 NaSSaU St. Apply for Termß _. . to the Renting Elevators Oppos ite City Hall Park Asen t. Room 610 (Planter Type) _________ I «L" STATIONS, ENTRANCE TO BROOKLYN BRIDGE, ! SUBWAY—ALL WITHIN A STEP LARGE WESTSIDEDEALS ONE SITE TO BE IMPROVED Buyer Found for the J. M. Jones Estate Parcel in St. Nicholas Aye. Deals on the West Bide yesterday were a feature of the real estate market. One of the loading transactions was the ealo by Puff & Brown for Mrs. Gertrude A. Gorman to a syndicate organized by Frederick M. Blake of a plot, 150x99.11 feet, on the south side of 145 th st., 100 feet west of Broad v.ay. The buyer intends to Improve the property with a six story bulldlnp, which wiU contain a swimming pool, baths, bowling- alleys and billiard rooms. The plans have been drawn, it is said, by William H. Day. Another important transaction was the sale by David Stewart for the estate of John M. Jones of fight lots at tl\e southeast corner of St. Nicholas aye. and 3tb St.. 100x200 feet. The Aeolian Company has filed plans with Build ings Superintendent Murphy for remodelling the basement and cellar of the Aeolian Building. No. 562 sth aye.. as a preliminary to the proposed widening: of the avenue by the city. The improve ments will include the erection of concrete arches to carry the new sidewalks and curt*. The cellar will be fitted with new boilers and coal bunkers. It will cost $5,000 to make the proposed change. Alexander Stevens, architect for the Fire. Depart ment, has filed plans for raising: the reinforced con crete main floor of the house of Hook and Ladder Company IS. at No. Si Attorney st., to make the building conform to the new street grade created by the Delancey st. plaza, and also for replacing th« present wood floor of Engine Company 12's house, at No. 261 William St., with a floor of rein forced concrete and installing a new hose loft an.l modern fittings. The proposed Improvement* are to cost $6,000 and $24,000. respectively. Th« Manhattan plans for new buildings reported yesterday include a six story loft building for "ratrlck McEntegrart In 65th St.. west of 9th aye., to cost $35,000. J. W. Cole is the architect. PLANS FOR NEW CITY HOSPITAL. Raymond F*. Almirall, as architect for the trus tees of Bellevue and AIIIM hospitals, file! plans with Buildings Superintendent Murphy for the big hospital for patients with tuberculosis to bo built by the city on EttadcveU's Island ns an annex to the Metropolitan Hospital. It is to be SI feet long, with an extension, and will be four stories high. with spneious verandas surrounding each story. It is to be built of th^ local Island stone, orna mented with biuest'.ne trimmings. It will b roof garden extending the entire lonKth of the building, with a large solarium near either and. The structure Is to cost $250,000. LN THE BROKERAGE MARKET. Charles Winne has sold No. 351 Bast IC.'.th st , a five story Oathouse 2Sxiflo feet, to George H. Jackson. He hiis bought Nos. OS and 81 South ttb st, Mt. Vernon. two three story houses, on v plot :o:tx:r«J.s ft-et. Klein & Jackson have sold to John M— istntao twenty-two lots on both sides of Davidson aye, and on 177 th St.. near Tremont aye. Th<; b;iyr will erect nineteen two family houses on V..c site. Joseph P. Day has sold for Charles A. Purst No. "42 West 20th St., a four story dwelling hous<\ on lot 21.6x53.2x irregular. Richtmyer & Irving have sold for th#» estate of Maria T. Waters the fo-jr etory dwelling bouse No. 4S West SOI fit., on lot ISxIOj.S. Morris Kata has sold to R. Lucstortl No. 197 2d aye.. a four story dwelling ri<>ut=«\ on lot 21xf*J. Joseph Zacharzowsky baa bought through An drew Holly a two-family bouse at the corner of Olmstead and Elackrock ayes.. I'nionport. IN THE VESEY ST. ROOMS. The six story apartment house Xo. i2\ Riverside I>rlv*. on a plot Tr.x 1 -; feet, was sold yesterday at auction In the R^-ul Estate Exchange Salesrooms, Xos. 14 and 16 Yesey st., to the Commonwealth Mortgage Company, the plaintiff, for $131. M1. Tho sum due was about $124, <jOO. The properties Nos, -To and 464 West 166 th st. were withdrawn. REALTY NOTES. IT' rbert Dv P'iy. of I'lttsburg. is the buyer of the block front on the west side of Broadway, be tween BJd and S3tl sts., the sale of which through Dennis & Preston was recently reported. Mr. Dv Pay irlves In part payment his property in Plttß burg. Xo. 307 to 115 2d aye., four six story ware houses, directly opposite the new $20,000,000 terminal of the Wssssß Railroad. Dr. B. Fwrquhar Curtis Is the buyer of the dwell ing house at the southeast corner of I>exington aye. and 72d at., sold recently by Cornelius W. dark tr. rough Pease & Elliman. Kranklln Pettit Is the buyer of the southwest cor ner of Broadway and l'3th St.. sold recently by William J. Casey. Martin \V. Littleton Is the buyer of the dw l!ing boose at Xo. 113 East 57th St.. sold recently by H. D. Morrison through Henry D. Winans & May. Benjamin R. Lumtnis has leased to a client an apartment at Xo. 210 6th avf>. Also leased to a client the top loft at Xo. 275 sth aye. The Lawson estate ha* leased to VeUx H. Levy the dwelling house Xo. 268 West 91th st. for a term of years. THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS. Hill aye. c s. 200 ft n of Randall st. 2 4 sty frame dwelling house. 20x23 feet; Mrs II Kelly, owner; John Davidson, architect $4,000 242 d st, n a. 66 6 ft w of Osgood aye. 2 sly frame storage house and factory, M.4k48 feet, Julius Levlne, owner; W T Mapes, architect; cost 1.200 Grace a\-e. w •. 276.11 ft r of Boston Road. 14 story frame dwelling house. 13.4x23 feet; Dors. Moorstatt, owner; A Rothermel. archi tect; cost 2.000 The registration days this year are Monday, October 5; Tuesday, October 6; Saturday, October 10, and Monday, October 12. All who intend to vote must register on one of these days, between 7 a. m. and 10 p. m. COOPER UNION OPENING. The following: announcement in regard to the opening of the different departments of Cooper Union has been sent out: The Art School for If i■> opened on September 23; the Day School of Tech nical Science and the Night School of Science will open on September IS; the Woman's Art Scno:l, the School of Stenography and Typewriting for Women and the School of Telegraphy for Women will open on October 1; the School of Oratory and Debate will open on October 3. and the School of Elocution tvtll open on October 7. NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1908 To Let for Business Purposes. Very Desirable STORE and BASEMENT 1364 BROADWAY TO LET WITH RESERVATION OF ONE WINDOW. Apply to Renting Agent, 610 TRIBUNE BUILDING, 154 Nassau St. Real Estate. We can arrange loans on Real Es tate expeditiously. No delay in examinations and prompt attention given to all applications. Tele phone 6140 Cortland. Lawyers Title Insurance and Trust Company CAPITAL & €g SOQ.QQQ SURPLUS I?ajWWUfwUW 100 Broadway. Xevr York, 3<a« Uantajrae Street* Breoklym. RULAND & WHITING CO, REAL ESTATE 6 BEEKMAN ST, KEW YORK \ VN rORTI \M)T TKKKAIT,. DAVID STEWART. 803 Broadwajr, Apartment Hotels. HOTEX, ST JAMBB. 100-113 WEST 48. FURNISHED A; arti i ■ - m j: oaw with Bath ••. ki ■ HOTEa MADISON AYE. AND 2»TH ST.— .Desirable suit ■ • l*s*e. THK TOl-H '.;m: BUI BT Fl RSIBHED tes to lease HOTEL HARIE ANTOIXETTB, B'way and 87th Btroel AVtc Jersey Real Estate^ KOTTBN ESTATES SOMETHINO DIFTERBB«T tt 1 ■■ I RTWHIBTLB * BTAIK- T ' •N . Excursions. CHARMINQ EXCURSIONS. West Point. Newburgh and Poughkeepsie. Pally (except Sunday), by Pnl/»<-«» Iron Day Line Steamers Leave li'klyn. Fulton B« (by Annex). I: D<-sbro*s^s St. P:40; W. «2d St. 0; W. IMth St.. !• '-'0 A M. Retarnlng on flown bout. <1u»- 42.1 st 330 P M. On Saturdays, nt Went Point. Full Dress Inspectlun, with th- Pnn<l. Nt 1 '.'■'• P M. Hend'k Hodaoa Football Spec.. Or». 17. 24 nn«l 31. MORNING AND AFTERNOON CONCERTS. DELIGHTFUL AFTERNOON EXCURSION TO WEST POINT STKAMKR MARY POWELL. Leaving Desbrosses St . 1:45; W. 42J St.. - 0 I; W. IJOth St 2-0 P. M. Returning by Uoiit or rail. Orchemra. Long Island Sound kll'LU/IPU I faIET < On M on <lays Str. CHESTER W. fIUn IT Uti Lint. CMAPIN lvs. Pier 40. N. KM. "larkVon "t.. l«:oo a. m. ; ft. of East 2.M St.. 10.43 a m for New London, connecting there for Norwich. Fishers Island. Stonli.Kton. Watch Hill. Narrasan»-»tt Pier Newport Providence. Uoston. Ac. For New Haven 'and Bridgeport Line Service see regular adver tisement Folder on request. A. Q. P. A. FUr IS*. N. H.. N. T. SUNDAY UP THE HUDSON str. Homer Ramsdell Leaves IKAVKI.IV ST. 9 A. M.. VTsWT I2»TH ST. •I (i * M foi NEWBI'ROH and WKsl POINT. Re turnlnf kavea Nowburah 0 »'. M. Fare, iound trip, l>o ■ -«-iitn — . ——. — Proposals. p-FTCE prnCHABINQ POMMI3PART. V. B. ARMY. KJ 30 Whitehall Street. New York City. N. }-. Beptem-; »K-r •■-, |j»oM Scaled proposals. In duplicate for furnish lie and delivering subsistence stores in this city at such times as inav t<e required by the U. 8. Government, on or U-foro Novamber 80. it**, in accordance with the KDeciucatlona and conditions eet forth In Circular No. 4 War Department. office of the Commissary General, Waahlngt^n. March IT. 100*. will be received st this of flc^nUin "Sock A. M.. October 6. lUOS. Information furnished on oimllcation. Envelopes containing bids should b« marked ••Proposals for SubnUtenca Store. ■.■.-.! October •'> 1008." and addressed to A. U Smith. Colonel. A. C. U.. U. 6. Army. 7\L-ARTERiIASTEIfa OFFICE. WirsT POINT, N. V. Ci September 14. 190R Bealed proposals. In trlpilcate. iSject^to the usual condttiona. will be revived at this nfl ,-c until 12 o'clock noon, September 20. W)X. for erec tion of Brick Stable* and construction of Storm Sewer at Vv."«t Point N Y. H> accordance with plans and *i I neatl< on file in this offlc«. The United States reserves th? ilstM to accept or reject nny or all prop.snls Forma ror "furnished upon application. Address Uiar tPimastpr West Point. N. Y. Citations. rpiiK rEOFLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. _l_ by the erac* of God fre» and Independent, to Henry Morgan Tllford. Wesley Hunt Tllford. Richard Curd Tilford. Edward Alfred Tilford. Mary Trotter Phastaln Frank Vlnclt Tllford. Elisabeth Taylor Keforstein, the heirs and next of kin of Catharine Hunt Tllford deceased, send greeting: Whereas, Henry Morgan Tilford. of the City of New York, has inlHy applied to the Surrogate's Court of our County of New Vorll to havo a certain Instrument in writing, hearing date the IT' 1 " day of August. A. D. l«O3. relating to both real and personal property, duly proved as the. last Will and Testament of Catharine Hunt Tllford, late of the County of New York, deceased, therefore you and each of you are cited to appear before the. Surrogate of our County of New York, at his offlc*. In the County of New York, on the 12th day of November, one thousand nine hundred and eight, at half-past ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day. then an.l there to attend the probate of the. said last Will and Testament. •\nd such of you «i are hereby cited as are under the 8"c of twenty-one years are required to appear by your guardian, if you have. one. or If you have none, to ap pear and apply for one to be appointed, or In the event of your neglect or failure to do so, a guardian will be appointed by the. Surrogate to represent and act for you in the proceeding. In testimony whereof, we. have caused the. Seal of the Surrogate's Court of the said County of New York to be hereunto affixed. Witness. Hon. Charles [L. 8.1 H. Beckett, a Surrogate of our said County of New York, nt Mid county, the ]sth day of September, In the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and eight. DANIEL J. POWPNEY. Clerk of the, Surrogate's Court. HAWKESWORTH * KIRTLAND. Attorneys for Peti tioner. 170 Broadway. New York City. A DVERTISBMENT9 AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOB ii. The Tribune received at their Uptown Office. No. 1364 Broadway, between 3«Sth and 37th ets., until 9 o'clock p m. Advertisements received at the following branch offices st regular office rates until 8 o'clock p. m.. Via.: 264 Ktli aye.. s. 1. cor. 23d St.; 153 Cth aye.. cor. 12th St.; KM East 14th St.: 257 West 42d St.. between 7th and *th ayes. . 2<13 Went 12Mh St.; 1035 3d aye.: 1628 8d aye.; near 61st st. : 1708 Ist live., near 80th st.: 187 East 125 th st.; 7Q6 Tremont aye.; 650 3d aye., and any | American District Telegraph Office, Autumn Resorts. KEW JERSEY. FASHION'S PROMENADE AT ATLANTIC CITY Affords more diversities than any other thoroughfare in the World. Old Neptune constantly in view, modern up-to date stores, the ever passing varied throng, a beautiful marine panoramic brilliantly illuminated at night, all viewed from the promenade in the popular roller-chair or from nature's mode of transportation is part of the combination that helped to make Atlantic City famous. THE LEADING HOUSES Criterion* in luxury, comfort and conveniences, will furnish all Information, quote rates, etc. MARIBOROIT.H-BI.ENHEIM HOTEL TRAYMOKE IIADDOX HAU Josiah White _ Sons. Traymore Hotel Co. Leeds & Llpptncott. CHAUOXTE SEASIDE 1101 SB GALEN HALL The Leeds Co. F. P. Cook's Sons. F. I* Young. Mgr. HOTEL ST. CHARLES HOTEL DENNIS THE PKNN HIRST Newlln Halnea. Walter J. Buzby. W m- R. "odd. Kcache.l in three hours over an interesting route, with travel's latest conveniences, via The Central R. R. of N. J. or The Penna. R. R. Convenient schedule of four trains daily and Sunday.. NEW TORK. NEW — Brlarcllff Manor. BRIARGLIFF LODGE In Beautiful Brlarcllff Manor Now provides regular Automobile Service dally except Sunday to HOTEL MANHATTAN, New York. I^nve BriarrliCT Ix>dc<> at 8 ■. m. and 3 p. m. I^iv*. Hotel Manhattan at 9 ■. m. and 3 p. m. From Door to Door Over Perfect Roads Thro Beautiful Scenery. Seat*. One Way. Two Dollars. For Round Trip, Three Dollars. D. B. PLUMER, Manager Representative at New York Office. s\< EAST FORTY-SIXTH ST. •Phone) 8278 38 th. i HOTEL GRAMATAN BRONX%*n.T.K. WTSTfIIESTEH COUNTY. N. T. Every comfort of a hotel of the highest class, conducted In a manner that has attracted to Itself a most exclusive and discriminating clientele. OPEN ALL THE TEAR. Most Moderate Rates of Any First Class Hotel Near New York. The new fireproof wing, now in course of con struction, containing- 107 sleeping rooms and 63 private baths, will have many new and at tractive features. J. 3. LANNIN COMPANY. Proprietors. GARDEN CITY HOTEL GARDEN CITT LONG ISLAND IS miles fr-im N»w York. Open all the year. J. J. LANNIN CO.. PROPRIETORS. THE PALATINE 3-i^: All the comforts of the city with the reneflti of the country. H N. BAIN & CO. TEKSIONT. MAPLE HERST. OLD HALIFAX. VERMONT. IWO feet above sea levW. Access by way of She! burne Fall*. OreenJleld. Mass.. and Brattleboro. Vt. l'uro air. water, milk, cream, butter, meat and vege tabl«t No noli no odors. Sightly, billowy moun tainous bßßdacap*. Walks by woods, fields and brooks. T»nnl« Wolf. Automublie. touring and excursion parties accommodated. Ciurage A competent city caterer la charge,, lioard, rates by day or week reasonable. uef "••:!(■••. City Property for Sale. VWKST END AVB BARGAIN. I:.;.-., st «T, IS fOl ■■•'•■ - l "■ «C«llsa* •' ! « " nil r»nr W!I.T.T\M R. WAHIV l"l Colnmbos Ay». Unfurnished Apartments to Let. THE BERKSHIRE, 500 MADISON" AVF... COR. B'-'D BT. On the first story, a duplex apartment, consisting of reception hall, parlor, library. .lining room. 3 master's and 2 servants" bedroom*. » bathrooms, kitchen, storerooms, etc.: rental $:i r><"> per annum. Also at 806 MADISON AVK.. » dwelling which Is nn annex to the Berkshire, consisting of three stories anj baMment, containing lnr«o entrance hall, kitchen, foyer hall, parlor, dining room, " master's and 4 ser vants' bedrooms. 2 bathrooms. lauuJry and private yard; rent $3.U'>o ;.,-r unnurn. JOHN 11. MOItAN. Bupt. Telephone 1020 l'luza. 49-53 West 57fh Street, BETWEEN BTH AMI OTII AYES. An apartment of 0 rooms to r>iit: unusually large and light. Apply on premises or i:. S. WILLAIM) & CO.. 45 Pins St. Tel. 5057 John APARTMENT M THE CHBLBBA. TO SIKI.KT. Apply Manager or Lessee. Telephone 347 Chelsea. I.X MARQUISE, 12-14-19 Eust 21st st MANHATTAN SQUARE HOTEL. r.n W. "7th »t. rnni-: bownbtte, X No. II West Hlft Street. Tliß LANGHAM. C3SKTRAIi PARK WEST FROM 73D X to 74i h it. Housekeeping suites. $4,500 upward. Ptxme, 4020 CoL T7K)R LISTS OF HIGH CLASS APT 3. SEE W. R. X WOOD & CO.. B'way and t-Oth St. Furnished Apartments to Let. HOTEL BAVOY, r.?h Avenue. BSth to M>tu St. Brooklyn Property for Sale. FOR BARGAINS In houses or Investments In Flatbush, see STAR AND CRESCENT REALTY CO -Main nfflce, 810 Flatbush aye.; branch ofllce. 141 Woodruff am. Country Property for Sale. RIVER VIEW MANOR at Hastings-on-Hudsor. is the healthiest place in New York for an all year home. You should have our booklet. HASTINGS HOMES COMPANY 47 West 42nd St. . 61 Kant 125 th St. Harlem OtQoe Open Evening-*. J^OR BAIJS.— LITCUFIELD CO. FARM. STOCK AND 1 tools, 160 head sheep and cattle: house In good order and well located; price. $6,000. 1.1.1 AM L. 6HANLEY. Thomaston, Conn., R. F. D. AN INVESTMENT WORTH INVESTIGATING. Rlvervlew Manor. Hastings Homes Co., 47 W. 43d St. Long Island Real Estate for Sale. TTTRITE FOR BEAUTIFUL. NEW BOOKLET IN COL VV < ors. with map and automobile route to Long- Beach. 223 Fifth aye., New York. Autumn Resorts. NEW JERSEY. COME TO ATLANTIC CITY and «»njoy the delights of the Autumn at the Seashore, combined with the comforts and con veniences of the Worlds Seaside Metropolis. HOTEL DENNIS Is always popular on account of Its unequalled location and Its unobstructed ocean view. WALTER J. BUZBT. GALEN HALL, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. HOTEL AM) SANATORIUM, With Ha elegant comfort and superior tabl« and BM> vic*. Is a fine place to spend th» Fall and Winter Baths for pleajuro or health, with tralne'l^ attend^nt«. flflarlboroiiab-KlenMin ATLANTIC CITY. N. *■ Josiah White A Sages, Proprietors. The MONTCLAIR O.N THK MOINTAIN TOP MONTCLAIR, N. J. Instruction. For Both — City. FRIENDS' SEM!MARy7"fRIEMDS' SCHOOL, TORTsSoOLS for GIRUi and BOYS. Non-Sectaxlaa. Catalogue sent on request. "WRIGHT ORAL SGHOOL FOR THE DEAF. IMb year opens Oct. «th. Only speech la u*ed. Kindergarten to college. 1 Mt. Morns Park. W. THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LAN<ir.\GE3. MADISON PQI'ARE (111 Broadway). Harlem Branch: J43 Lenox At*. abova 127 th St. Bro ik m "' 7S Court St. Br( " 830 PRANTHES IN ALT. CITIES. Pupils hear and "peak the new language exclusively from the nrst lesson. Trial lessons free. INSTRUCTION GIVEN IN PHYSICAL •■•I.T'RE AT a rest lenoe, by professional expert. MAX U.NOER. 117 West 621 st. ________-^______^^__^ 1 FRENCH GERMAN. SPANISH. ITALIAN. QUICKLY ? acaulrVd Language Phone Method. 808 Metropolis Building. Broadway and 16th St.. N. T. For Both Sexes — Brooklyn. brooklyn"college TnJer the Direction of the Jesuit Fathers. CROWN HEIGHTS. NoMrand Avf. t'orroll and < rown St». "Student* who Enrolled at Brooklyn Collega on F»p tember 15 will rec-lve Instruction from CVr^ytr.en long recognised as prominent among Educators of Coun try - N y. Herald. (iIIAMMAII. llir.H SCIIOOL AND COLLEGE. Th« Grammar Deportment Is a S.-lect Srhool for Hoys from the Fifth to the Eighth Grade of the City Schools. The Hlrh Bchool Is for Boys who aro Ciraduates from the Qrammai Schools. ..«,«. , Grammar and High Schools Opened September 15. For Catalogue. 4c. address Krr. J. F. X. O'Conor. S. J.. President. For Youns Ladies — Country. ■■• n I C.1.«m1 FOROIRIA Morrlstown. N. J. Miss Dana s ocnooi UeiU-htr-H New York suburb. Grmdua! -i course. Musi . Art. Languages. Ort!nVat« mim'tJ t.i '.*a'!m* coUesea Tearssm ISM, Opens a For circular «pr>ty to M:»s bOUISB U NK-.vkij.. Prin RYE SEMINARY ror SSS^ Mrs. S. J. m The Misses BTOWsI Rye. New York. fPHE HOMESTEAD SCHOOL PO» GIRLS. FLrSHINO. I I i .v v — Collage preparatory. unJer Regents; elective course's. English. French, music and art; out door sports. Catalogue on request. Mr». A. CD. UOI'CKS. Prln. MRS II \ZE NS SVBITRBAN -"CHOOL FOB BOOSt rEIJIA.M>I.\NOK. N. Y. Half Hour from drum! tVntrnl Station. Twentieth Year. MRS JOHN CCXXiNUHAM lIAZE.V. Principal. _ MORAVIA?! SEMINARY FOR GIRLS. CETHLnHEM. Pa Founded 17»!». lSlnh year opens Sept. 33rd. A Jjress j. MAX HARK. D. P.. Prln. For Boys and Youngr Men — Country. IRVING SCHOOL FOR BOYS Provides thorough Instruction. Gymnasium, lavrlra* mlcg pool. Fine athletic field. J. M. FCRSIAN. A. M. Headmaster. id is ml. Tsilljt— U on Hudson. N. T. Wm. J. Betts, M. A., Yale, Ktamford Conn., will tutor a few young men In college entrance 'requirements. His long *«perler c « In Individual Instruction will enable ambitious )uun| men la save years of time. Address as above. scam ruinnn — A successful school near phii.i. MArLtff UUII Wake, up Hoys to duties of Hf., Pre Dares 40 Ooys for college or business. 47th year. i?ini large irym. Dept. for Little Boys. Manual train- Ing I^rge comfortable rooms. Good table J. SHORT LIDOE. A. M. Yale. Prln . Concordville, Pa . Box »7. TUB TOME SCHOOL FOR BOY* AN" ENDOWED PREPARATORY 3CHOOI* With strong faculty an Ideal equipment and surroundings. THOMAS STOCKIIAM HAKER. Ph. D.. HeaJ Master. " Port Deposit. MJ. ri*KST('HESTER ACADatm, MNXJCGB) I'KKPARA \\ tory school for boys. White Plains. N. Y. Hest school tot h'f.m whose parents appreciate tSeVvMaal oar« and refined education. For particular* address th« Prin cipal. For Both Sexes — Country, >EW TORK. CHArPAQUA. WESTCHESTER COrNTT. CHAPPARUA MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE SSI for boys and «lrls under Soclfty «l Friends. College Preparatory. Commercial. Manual Training. Music and Art Courses. S3 miles from New York; 40 acre*. t*») feet elevation. f250 to J3T'. a year. Separate reM.lei.. » and Homo Mother for youn^ children. N#w Gymnasium. Catalogue. Opens Sept. 21st. Law Schools. NEW YORK Day School. 174 Fulton St. ! LAW SCHOOL. Evening School. New York City i ■•PwlgM Method"' or Instruction LX» I! In two years. ' IX. 11. In three years. High ittamiarda. Send for cata logue. GEORGE CHASE. Dean. Dancing Academies. g TheT^chaljf ri I NORMAL SCHOOL OF lUN<I>O 1 7 and It West IM St. I Private Classes In Classical. National. Fotk I and fine Ballroom Dancing. Catalog. ! LOUIS 11. CHALIF. Prl&ftpal. I Musical Instruction. INSTITUTE OF MUSICAL ART " of the City of New York. Frank Damrosrh. Director. 63 Fifth Avenue. Corner Twelfth St. Catalog by mall. A DVERTIBETMENTS AN? SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR «TV The, Tribune received at their Uptown OfR.-e No. 18<H Broadway, between 3flth and S7th sts . until 9 o'clock p. m. Advertisements received at the ' following branch offices at regular office rates until » o'clock p. in. viz.: 2tH bth aye.. a c. cor. 23d St.; 153 6th aye.. cor" 12th St.; 104 East 14th St.; 237 W.st 42d st between "th and Bth ayes. ; 263 Went 123 th at. 1033 3d aye - 1626 Bd ave^ 2 ear 81 . 8t . St.; 170s Ist aye.. near 89th at.': 157 East 12Mh St.; 756 Tremont are.; CiO 3d aye. and any Aiccrtc&a District TelegrapH Office. • • - ■c: Instruction. For Boys and Toung Men — City. . »» Packard Means Thorough.** Packard Night School OPENS SEPT. 28 PRE-EMIXEXTT.T THE SCHOOL FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO Earn While They Learn All commercial branches. Individual Instruction. Students may enter at any t!m» without dtsad vantage. Mon day. Wednesday and Friday evenings. FIFTY-FIRST YEAR. Packard Commercial School Fourth Aye. and 33d St. K e.ey S ch \j> including V/ Columbia Institute (Consolidated) 72d Street and West End Avenue Prepares Boys for All College*. ""., THOROUGH INSTRUCTION Combine<l with ; SOUND PHYSICAL TRAINING j LlKht corner bul!J!n<. overiooklag Iludson. A lame Staff of Kxp^rit-nc» <i Instructors. Military Drill. Gymnasium. Aften on Study Houf ' under Teachers. Primary and Junior Departments. * Highest Honors won by Berkeley Boy, in Scholar* •hip and Athletic*. Catalogue sent on application. Mr. Carpenter's Private Glasses FOR BOYS, 31 ° WEST END Ay E. m YEAR BEGINS OCTOBER STH A substantial school preparing for Groton. II::', or a. r^ctly for College. School training begun here, but no kin dergarten. Exercise In th«, open air. 1:30 to 4. thr>ugß out the winter. Study under supervision, an.l not at home. Boarding accommodations during Fall and daring only. Complete equipment In our own building. THE CUTLER SCHOOL >'O. 20 EAST 50Tn STRFKT. For boys six years of .i^- and upward. l»rran classes. Individual attention In preparing !e«Bnn». Forty graduates hive entered Harvard; Tas». Prlncetct and Columbia In the last three years. Outing Classes. Manual Training C'.a«s»*. Athletic FlelA, Chemical and Physical Laboratory. BCth year begins Oct. B. Circulars on itwst AKTIirU 11. CCTLEIt. rrhwlpal. COLUMBIA CRAiViSVfAR SCHOOL ■ ■■»■■ 17ft4. New Brlrk and Steel Absoloter* FIREPROOF Bnildlnr. LABORATORIE.s. tiYM>'A«*H M in.l PLAYOROCSDSL 93rd Street and Centra! Par* West, Boys prepared f"r C.-»luTnhi^. Cwmll Harvard. Price* t"n. Talc Eusin« > s5. Primary Classes. Every Department in chars** "f a trair.^d specialist. SUPERIOR TEW and METHODS DAY AND EVEMSC. I Call or write nra.-est school ' 47 W. 4 Id >t., N. Y. 174 Fulton St., N. Y. . Eagan Building, Hobokea a\ vjjEyr a Collegiate School L. C lIYGATT. Principal 241 77TH STREET. Hots prepared for the Colleges and scientific Scnoolfc p-troarV -Department. WeU-eciulppea Gymnasium. R» opens September 30th- , __, IRVING SCHOOL I. D. KAY. HMM Mth ft. COLLEGE PREPARATION A sSFEIIALTY. DR. RAY NOW AT SCHOOL MOP.NING3. HAMILTON IMSTITUTE FOX BOY-*. Ceverteenth year begins Sept. "nth. COLLEGE AND COMMERCIAL PREPAKATKW FOR CATAr^ADDnESS^ri^THIST ST. "SYiTSCHOOL 49-31 »;.\>r «i-r STREET Win reopen October ith. uC.co hours »«• 1- Dany. Other hours by appointment. . fTRINITY SCHOOL I 139-147 WFST MM ST. I FOUNDED ITOB PRIMARY. GRAMMAR MfJ I I BICH SCHOOLS! UNEXCELLED EQriPMENX ■ PREPARES FOR ALL C< ■ .-.£-» I south Year Open* !^i»temtH-r :*th. j BARKARD SCHOOL FOB BOYS COLLEGE PREP. * GRAMMAR. 721 it? Nj^ ot « Kelvin School OL A. I- DIONSl) C3t WEST 70TII ST. _„,, < i ts»cs or *iv :.,™'|y ... iohoo!*. Te!e.. S3o<t Pol. ; oS---* noun. '•> to ■>■ — ALLEN-STEVENSON SCHOOL Reopena Sept. 30. ' E ""'"' ' Twenty-Cfth ye>r - - FP.:<TM>S SEMINART. riBESW 1 ■ggSfe'ffwS -t 16th »t . ~ -^I'tlA fes Young La«3lea — City. THE SEMITE „„,£,., s,. Boarding acd Day School for Clrls and l KladerjsrMa. Reopens October Tin. 1*«. __^ "THE KISSES RftYSOK'S feCUOOL WOn GIRLS. Reopen* October «. 164. 166. 168 W>»t 7.'.th Street. m De Lancey School for Girls Ml W«rt o*t>* St. for. «e-t stsst *»» H ,^ rrth >e:.r • ''W Echool. ColleiW Preparatory and Kind.-r S art <£ n, '.. Classes for small boys, to- I ■"» *»?; -> MMLTOR INSTITUTE FOR GIRLS. _ „ „ „,. College Preparatory P^TALO* Modern Le Baron Drumin School JSj 40 WEST IZB ST. <B<»/« in primary classes.) Co i?«t oughly graded from kln.ler K arieri throuja preparation. Reopened October •*"* '"«!>■ * BARNARD SCHOOL FOR 8(W 13TII YK.-\R BECIN!* SEPT. 2»TII. «.*»^— ' GARDNER HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 607 FirTH AVEXt *- —• V--INDBRGARTBN VRIMaRT J^^°' prip^ •rshlps. catalogs. Dr. CARLE. >"» m ™ — « FRIENDS' SEMINART. FIJIENPS; TORT SCHOOLS for GIRLS anj tiuia- _— t TTORACE MANN SCHOOW OP_ « A «*St^ X-L I.EGE. Columbia UnlTerslt/. op*ns >w — ! — MISS McFEES SfnOOI-. 133 : "' D^2f I opens October "th. . Hfss* I T «AIW DRESSMAKING A^^g&7 -J XJ business vr home v*?. M 'iJ°* trimme<l SOe: Ba^ I Millinery School. 110 6th •«••«•" i££±*^m made. »1 >H>. Tatterna cut to fit. 80^__^l_ School Agendes^^^^ AMERICAN AND FOR BM.N«Af ■■*"„,-«* •» supplies rrofeaeors, Teajhers. rutow. w ««,«re. I u>v:oll««e.. Schools and bY'-.i. 9 *^ .if tula* &P~^ Mr*. M. J. YOt:XG-fLLTO.V_--*J^_ ~m** ■MADEJIOISEILh ASIYOT. Teachers* U^S, Il »» ' a- * i B2d st. Tel. 57*S Plaza. Teacher*. " I for collests. scUouls and pr;v»J« *■"""'"' , ■j;i»— .~r.? ;r. ...-^ *i — '