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F (INTEREST TO fbMEN
A THIRST FOR. GLORY
'Suffragettes to Tempt Fate by Try
ing to Register.
The Euffrapettes are on the war path acain. and
Intend to do their be« to add to the intent
o» the present very interestir.K campaign. Hereto
fore in sp. c of their militant policy, the American
fßffragrttes have been very genteel aa compared
with their Enplish sisters. They have never been
«rrefted or thrown out of a meeting They have
never chained themselves to a railing nor has any
one thrown rotten eggs at them. Only damp
j IU- have descended from the window? of the
office buiMinps. mi the occasion of their famous
visit to Wall Street, and they couM never do any
Ferious injury, except to fine millinery.
Hut the suffragette? do not want a reputation for
futility. They are thirsting for glory and for
wrtyrdom. and on Monday morning *« go forth
to reek these thines. Monday is the first r. - Mr - ; '
t;.-.n a«T. and the suffragettes are going to repistor
or assert thetr right to do so. What will happ«
,hen no man can say. bat It r. whispered that t.^e
fflW belligerent of the suffragettes hope in their
hearts that the police t, ill interfere.
TTw suiTra^ttes do not purport to F o , lC lv to
the different registry booth*, The inspectors iwould
probably feel themselves quite equal to dealin o
Crtth «« lone, lorn woman, or even ,wo of them.
3, wUI W> another matt-r if a whole band of FV ' J "
rracet i l,ears down upon i booth at ono». Bolt
i", prorK^ed that =11 to intend to register shauW
„£ on Monday .novning at the 56th *«*•«
»rar«. of Carnegie Hall, and then proceed all to-
JSS from r^istry ..vh to restatry booth This
£i;I not only have a wholesome moral effect upon
The tremWinc inspectors, but wfll bolder up .ny
kr.c-M2 lister who might be inclines to back
out. *
NEWS OF THE MARKETS.
1
English Whiting Arrives at Fish Stalls-
Plenty of Fruit.
Th-rp la a new arriviU In the fish market* to
fiav-Enph.h whiting. wWch for W cents a
uni] It wes originally imported from England.
Tut r,iw thrive, here plentifully, the n.arkcts bel^
f uppl->d from local waters. KingO**. are »
SS a pound, arc ta market all -inter, for thougb
Ul ncal l«fcty K oea out at the end of July the
™ . from th, South will yat well into a round.
v«r." Lobsters keep Bteadny at S cents a pound
Kevins oysters arc Z, cents a hundred and l s a
outers 51 50 a- hundred. Scaltopa are oO cents a
noait Bolt shell orafcs are $1M and .0 cents a
dot" for the l^rge and .mall, respectively, and
S-Sn crabs are .voted at 40 cents a dozen
Carp are up a littlo. being 12 cents a pound, while
«£££* have drop-K-d from S to IS cent, a round
pike at V cent, a pound, yellow perch at
A cent- a pound and eels at from IS to 15 cents a
SS »r, at the same price, a, last week. Butter-
Sh weaWteh and bonito mackerel are each 1
cS« a pound; poi^ies. 15 cents , pound: hal but.
IS cent- a pound, and haddock, 10 cents a pound.
SiS 5n price. Bca bass are M cents a
mna and California salmon (from Oregon). 20
SET a round. Fre.h mackerel sell for cents
CaCh ' EGGS AM' MEATS.
Kite- are stni M cents a dozen; butter has caught
JrTttos eggs agate, being now M cent, a pound.
• «Sg ddefcen. are «j*S cenU
• d Cowte. W cents » pound: W^- I 4 *
oor^' broiling g«tn*«. I! a ra>r. a»d auckltngs. »
C^S of lamb are 15 cent, a Pound: leg,
n \SS . pound: hind saddles. 16 cents around
should^. 10 rents a pound. Lamb rtiowa a
Fttebi advice in price all round this week. Veal
roß<*T. 3l ( cents a pound.
VEGETABLES.
VeaetaUea are abundant ■* now. Pumpkins are
„ ceVt. a bead: grr.n squash and yellow squash
;; a eh 2« c-r.ts a head; e KF plants. ir. cents each.
-d^rt^^n^b^^B^
ep^ut, "0 cen" T French seed cantaloupes
«ed cantatoupw
are 10 cents «rh : string beans. W cento and f
»m~n peas from Florida. 15 cents a <iuart Spinach
fj^o^ r ,s . half peck: green ginger. 15 cents a
pound. Cauliflowers arc- 25 cents » large head and
%', c-xs for the smaller ones! P^eet corn con-
Sue Tat 40 o ? nts a dozen: cabbages are | cente^a
h ei.d- potatoes. 1" cents for two quarts Celery
ETS. 4« and C« cents a bunch. Citron melons are
10 and IS cents each: green apples, a shilling ■
pint: radishe,. two bunches for 5 cent.: mush-
L n « II 25 a pvuna- Green peppers are two for
?S and r«J uppers, the same price head; sweet
ar?!0 c*rts each: chlcorr. 10 cents a head; sweet
S£?U certs a quart. Shallots are 1. cents
ff q uart. and oyster plants. 10 cents a bunch. French
artJcbota*. whSco are now small In size, are IS
SS each: French endives are 40 cents a pound.
Hothouse cuenmbers aro 10 cents each: tomatoes
ere 1° cents a pound, or 40 cents a larse basket of
Blxtv Cranberries are 15 cents a quart. Leeks
«« T> cents a quart, and beets S c-nts a bunch.
Mow onions are r> cents a iuart. pickling onions
« crnt. a quart, and large white «»n«onsilo.c^
« quart. Rhubarb b 10 cents a Lunch. Gherkins
ere So cents a hundred.
FRUITS
Owing ....... it Is predicted that
Erp v« Tvin be scarce and of poor quality. How
over there ere some beautiful ones to he seen Just
at present; from Vermont come red and juicy ap-
Vles at 26 cents basket, and some fine specimens
from Ore K on are cheap at $1 'J5 a dozen. . Crab
apples are 3S cents a tasketJ Oranges are 56 and
70 cents * dozen: white bananas, five for 10 cents.
A sr-ecial line or Hudson Hirer peachy are 40 cents
n l.a«ket while '.arpe hampers of CaUrdrnia peaches
«re ?1 :'* Alligator pears are 20 cents apicrc:
Ensrlish cob nuts arc- 40 cWs a pound: prickly
■aan ar^ CO cents a dozen, and mangoes 7a cents a
rfn .,- Hucklet.errie« are -.'5 cents a quart, blue-
JS^ brini^S; same Price. Bartlett pea« and
Mckel pears are each :r. cent? a basket; delicious
■ill l l Hardy pears are 35 cents a basket. Germau
iiisii i sag pmnes. red and blue, are 4" <ent!. a
equare ■...->.-*»• ; yellow plums s-l! for C 5 centa a
basket. Sweet -whit" cut plums are 40 crrnts a bas-
K#.i " Of the Imported graphs. Tokays are down to
60 cents a b3sket. but Moroccos are still 75 cents
ti bosket. Hothouse grapes of the finest quality,
and shaded from green to a lovely purple -.*. :ire
$2 50 a pound. Niagara grapes are 20 cents a baa
ket, bile Delaware* and Concords a:e Ml!l each
to cents a bas-ket.
I }Og%rALKS
TO MAKE CREAM CHEESE.
A •.•:■;•• way of utilizing SOUr
crt-am is to convert it Into Philadelphia cre?.m
chct-re. Kven a cup of it will make a rather larjf*
?lzed cake. Ouly two f-sst-ntia!s jir<» needed in its
making, or.c :i .-: • r whitt? cotton bag, absolutely
fticitlpss. p.? chee»a takf-.i odor?: tho otl:er, cream
llult has ?=to<xl only lons enough t<i ln-como >n»li'l.
Jf cre?;\ni i- :i:l>iw^,i to stand a 'Is- or two nfl<*r
eourlng, 21 jnusty eruirt forms on top. and makes
It unfit fVr cho^so. If skimmed, bowever. It la
available Bar - orrt-.'ik" bir-cuit and similar ilishr-s,
as its bltteraeaa «at> be ne-trnliwd by soda. It
OARPET CLEANSING
l.ars«»t Io tlif WorM. Evety delaiL
THE THOS, J. STcWART GO,
B "■»» Bod > 'h •»!., Smm l"l. :"',r.r- ::<; DTfmmt,
T.ri* »n" Mb *t«.. .)■-?•■■ (In
tTOTA^K WAI'KT'OVPK AM) MOVINT. VANS
J5";lt« or loi*p'jotie for int*r««?lr.i booVlet.
is well to us* cream that is not very rich or the ,
cheese will be "buttery."
Pot the cream In the bag without heating it. as
is necessary when making cottage cheese. 11
would only "melt the butter In the, sour cream to
heat it. Let the bag bang I? a co l - flry p l ace . f °!
a day or two until you are quite sure that all whey
has drained off. and the cheese within is firm
If the weather is hot and close, rub sail over the
outer surface of the bag to prevent milder,. \* hen
It has hung Jong enough, removed from 1.10 bag
a nd season with a HUIe salt. Then break ' up
with a fork and work the salt all j«jgj
Form it into . neat square or ball and It is read
for serving. Aft-r it se^ms to have *£**£*£
some cooks press it into a mouM or cup «!«,. a
hole in the bottom, to stand again for t«o hours,
-, harden even more. -.vet the mould flrst wtth
cold water before putting the cream ,un nX- it
If you wish to keep the cheese a short time. *rap
SStoSSi white paper to exclude the air. and (
P k iVrvM .^rS r.atof«. of thin wafers or I
crackers and a little nreaer*e of strawberries or.
currants, it will become the delightful and popular
dessert known as Bar-lc-duc. j
Following are a few novel ways of ■erring Bar .
le o"e C i.s to form the cheese after mashing it into !
a pyramidal shkpe. Surround It with the preserve
rejecting superfluous juice, Pour 8 little hipped
SS sweetened with powdered «gar. over the
SS Let wafers accompany the dish as usuaK
Another way is hi flower design. Arrange a few
leS green heart leaves of lettuce in a circle
to represent the outside sepal, of a flower. Pr -
cream cheese through a sicer on to tJ.e inner
part and stem ends of the lettuce leaves, thus
Arming . circle of cheese. Fill the centre of the
flower with red preserved currants or -tarries.
rejecting superfluous Juice. Serve with " a ";
T,.. „..s.ovt. if preferred, may be -«*»£.ta»
: . ui;iP , :; , each piece of cheese "^Jjj^
or merely placed beside it. lm^one i
guava jelly is delicious with cream cheeae for -
simple Sunday supper.
UNSUITED TO WOMEN. |
Th- chef of the Carltori Hotel. London, M. '
V Escoffier think, that cooking Is the natural
work Of wonien-an opinion V Wch will not com- .
m ;,d him to many of the scx-and that ,t is not
the natural work of mjn. Nevertheless, he thinks
that the chef ought to,, a .nan. "When comes !
to a post so burdensome as the the one 1 occupj .
no *ay, in -Harper-- Bazar." "the work of a chef
i. quite unsuitod to a woman. It is unsulted to her ,
nbvslque: ii i? far too fatiguing for her. The
Si and Physical strain that suddenly occurs at |
to Carlton about 6 o'clock in -the evening, for
e^Vnple. when the rush for dinners comes would
overwhe m a woman of fine feelings and delicate
n""s VCten the rush comes, although I have
Sore than fifty" cooks at my beck and call do
a cr.at deal of the work myself. Every detail of
* t ta a matter of carefully schemed routine; the
kitchens are as quiot as a drawing room, bach
on^is at his post; each attendant is ready to sup
;V;V his requirements, so that from the .mt.al b,-
:. i :,, 1 .. , of a dish to the moment at which it is
£»ed over to the waiters who bear it to the table
it is prepared in absolute silence." ,
THE TRIBUNE PATTERN. ;
Petticoats made with separate adjustable flounces ,
are among the latest fads of the hour and they ,
serve many practical ends. This one is made with
I five gored upper portion and allows a choice of ,
Jounce, bf two widtl.s. In the illustration
and embroidered flouncing are the materials used.
St one of the great advantages of the separate,
flounces is the ability to use several with one
foundation and also to use a somewhat more sturdy
material for the lower portion .of the skirt, while .
N-O 6.M6-TISSUB PAPER J*^E££?ab2e
SHEATH PETTICOAT. VWTH ADJT . STaBIA
FLOUNCE, FOB 10 CENTS.
the upper part is of something thinner and close
fitting Silks and. indeed, all skirting materials.
are appropriate with the flounce, made either to
matctor in contrast. For very dressy petticoats
lace flounces over some thin fabric often are used,
and when such is the case the fact that they can
be separated from the petticoat and cleansed more
carefully becomes a consideration.
The quantity of material required for the. medium
siz« is M yards 21 or 24 inches wide, VA yards 36
inches «ide or ! yards 44 inches wide; the wide
flounce will require 4 yards of embroidery 16 inches
wide the narrow flounce 4 yards 10 Inches wide or
•»; yard* of material 21 or 24 Inches wide. 1% yards
S<» laches wide, or ! yard 1! inches wide to make as
shown In the back view.
The pattern No. 6.106 is cut in sizes for a 22. .4.
% 28 So and 32 Inch waist measure, and will be
mailed to any address on receipt of 10 cents. Please
give number of pattern and waist measure dis
tinctly Address Pattern Department. New-York
Tribune. if in a hurry for pattern send an extra
2.c«»t stamp and we win mall by letter postage In
sealed envelope.
MANY BUSINESS LEASES REPORTED.
The Jeremiah C Lyons Building and Operating
; Company has leased a loft at Nos. 236 and 38 3th
avenue, "for a term of five years at an aggregate
rental of J35.000.
M &■ I* Hess have leased for the Realty Holding
Company to the Richmond Underwear Company
the store and basement at Nos. So and 32 West 15th
: «t.. containing i-.-'- square feet, for a term of live
> years: for Henry B. Rothschild, the Brat loft In No.
&43 Br«. dwaj for ten years; for Louis Sachs. 13.f<»
square feet In No. 38 to 44 Ea 8 t 21st St.; for Au us.
Oppenhelmer the sixth and seventh lofts, contain
ing 15.000 square feet. In No?. 91 and 93 sth aye., and
for Joseph Quinn, 2.7J0 square feet in No. 24 West
loth st.
The Lewis H. May Company has leased the cottage
property No. 110 South fleaview avr.. Arverne, Long
Itland. for A. M- Tomlinson to Mrs. Sara Leon;
I also leased for Km. st B. Blum the cottage at the
southwest corner of afott and Hollywood ayes..
: Far Etockaway, Lone Island, to laoses Jacobs.
i Louis Schrag has 1.-a.-.-d for the Nelson Gseenfield
I estate the dwelling house No. 310 West 22d st. to
H. Smith for a term of years; also for Harris ft
| Vaughn the. second loft in building No. 20 West
| i7th st. to J. Dollingei .
+ I
"■ THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS.
213 th »t. - .*. 75 It w of M.i: - < ji\e. for ■ 3 s'.y
brick atom and dwlg n. 32x43; M i ;ii:i.m.i. own -
«rr; II ■.'.•■...,!•,.-!• CrhlUct; ■•< $7,000
! Intrrvale av<*. w ;«. U57 »*i ■ of ltntti »t; fur a ,l
■ «ty !.,.•••■ l!!ierval<- It*aity t'i>,"
i .j.'.r.n*: cII Dicirech, Brchllect; coat ■ ■ W
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS.
; Walton avt-, <•*.-•■ 198. 'nap "■ part of farm o;
Chart** li^rti-in. thm Utimuc; Hank ■;•■•-■.
Ul>«ratlv<) Rull-Jtng « I^-an Afß-^-lati.in of N*w
V;jr!< I'liy !.ian< Evelina Schuhnmehfr , JC.OOO
!;>t:i ct. n b. «v"» f- " "I v. i ibon ay», "■:.>:■ ><>;
Not-Ui Ameriraa Uorttpi«a Co loans Mflpht«
Toaii (Viaßtiurttnn < n — 02,03)
X»r-M ay. . » i-. S-'.-J fl *• of B*m«i aye. 25xtOQ
| c. lit,: - av<t \ .•■-.'■- ... .1 Mcjrr!»on
: *•-!,* \ in-eu/.'j I'alDiit-ri. . . -. 8.2S 1 *
laronu- ava. I 1I 1 - <
■e11'.*. 7: <*!!>• >i<iitgi^^ C« ioani Ketnp^JoiMs
j R«*Uy «'i». 52,000
j :'■ uth^in Boulevard. • s. 2.'»0 ft n of i)ff»nv tx..
j l<«ixl««'. Mi.i» kM»n« Jr>hn .1 Tully Co .... 4f> KHI
1 R--k ■■■ • f. 74 ft n of l.V.th *t, 28x100'; f«m<'
ioan» R»<-k Btreft Realty Co 12.0A0
14. : if. » r. 225 rt c of I>-nox «if, . ■ :f:'.l 1 . Kirn'
taaai Kin» <'on«tni. i ...... ... 4 «, <a ii
l.'.fi^h •!. f a, HO ft » of Aini>t*rdari] »■ - j.vi»
1 r<Gii. Mm* ''ana A N Mclanli Real Co..' !:.•,"■:•
NEW-YORK DAILY TKIBUXE. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1008
NEW OFFICE PROJECT
„..,. .......... ...
WILL ALSO HAVE STUDIOS,
A Modern Dwelling House To Be
Built in 51st St., Near Fifth Arc
A ten story office and .studio build!t,c. with stores
ci the ground floor, is to be built for the Bruns
wick Realty Company, of which Robert P. Zob»l is
president, on the premises No*. IB and 123 East
27th st. -and extending to No. 118 Bast 2Sth st. It
will be 197^ feet deep, with a frontace of 40 feet
on Zftti st. and 20 feet on 2Sth ft., with facades of
brick and terra ootta. It will be of the Renaissance
type adorned at the two lowest stories with lonic
pilasters and a cornice. The cost will be _ 08*000.
F. C. Zobel is the architect.
A five story and attic dwelling house is to be
built for W. W. and T. M. Hall on the lot No. 12
West 51<t st.. a Columbia University leasehold.
It is to be 22 feet front and 66 feet deep, with an
extension. It will be of brick, with limestone
trimmings, of the Italian Renaissance design, with
an entrance finished with an lonic porch. It will
cost $:»,OCO. Alexander McMillan Welch is the
architect.
nuns have also been filed for pnlarpin* the five
story dwelling house No. ■"«) W«st MCta Ft., and
making it over into stores and lofts for light
manufacturing. nnd building a new ornamental
facade. The improvements are to be made for the
Cookery Investing Company, as new owner. R.
Raymond Is president. The changes are to cost
$11,000. Erwin Kossbach is the architect.
Plans have al?o been filed for making over the
four story dwelling- house Xo. 3) West s"th st. into
an office building: especially lilted for occupancy as
doctors' offices and having- new fireproof floors of
asbeetolith and tiles, the office* bdns grouped
around a fireproof light shaft. The change of oc
cupancy will bo made at a cost of $18,000 for Drs.
Frederick Peterson and James W. Warkos. as
owners. R. H. Robertson is the architect.
Few largo realty transactions were reported yes
terday. Joseph Polstein bought from the Society
of the New York Hospital a plot. 100x100.11 feet,
on the north side of 112 th st., 22.". feet east of Broad
way.
Otto Rehfeldt sold Nos. 57 and 59 "West ?Sth st..
two five story flathouse?, on a plot 50x100.11 feet,
100 feet east of Columbus aye.
Mrs. Margaret <). Sage, widow of Russell Sage,
transferred title to a house on a lot 19x100.11 feet
on the north side of 117 th St., 194 feet west of
Lenox aye., to L.. S. Harper.
/.V THE AUCTION ROOMS.
Plot in Harrison Avenue Sold for
$6,050.
The vacant plot. 37.11xm2x59.4x15.Jl feet, at the
southeast corner of Harrison aye. and 181 st st.,
was sold yesterday in foreclosure proceedings at
the Real Estate Exchange Salesroom. s, Nos. 14 and
16 Vesey St.. to L. M. Streop for M."."0 The amount
due was about $-.100. The other auction results
were as follows:
By Joseph P Day: 1.-, 47th st. n „ 120 ft w of Madison
a-- -.-v;-.'.:.. 4 aty dwlg h; iherira Kilo of all right
ililo etc. which .1 R Ireland had on May JO. l««. or
since; Forster, H a.- K. attys: adjourned to November 4.
134 li'". 1 Ft. » 8. 283 ft "of Park aye, srzlOO.ll: •• aty
len h- abertfTa sate of nil right, title, etc. v.bl.-ti Jacob
Trppp had on July 11. 1808. or since; 1. & J Weinberger,
attyg; withdrawn.
By Herbert A Sherman: 128 and «3* lw.th st. s *.
!>T.T ft c of Tark aye ."M>\^fi.'i.2x lire*:: right, title, etc;
frame ila-ig ii an.l stores: Mary Solari atrt Charles
Ahrenfeld estate et al: B .1 Kelly, atty ; A H Townley.
ref; ami due. 36222 18; to Cbarlea Banks for $229.
REALTY NOTES.
Chambers & Veiller negotiated the sale of the
Charles T. Cook estate property at the southwest
corner of Bth aye. and 4Sth st, recently reported.
The same brokers sold the property about a year
ago for 1510.080. The buyers In the present sale are
contemplating the erection of a now building on
the site.
Lillian E. Selby. wife of "Kid Mr-Coy." th*> ex
puglllst. transferred yesterday to Sadie Bonwit th
eeven story apartment hotel at No 91 West 56th
•t . on plot 4ftxloo.fi feet, for a nominal considera
tion over a mortgage of 1100,000. In exchange Sadie
Bonwit conveys to Mr?. Selby -the six story tene
ment house No. 4"g East "th st. and the two five
story tenement booses No?. 21" and 212 West End
aye.. adjoining the southeast corner of rath st.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians ha? neon
granted permission by the Supreme Court to put a
second mortgage for JIO.OV. on its property at sth
aye. and 116 th Ft., there being at present a mort
gage of $50,000 on the premises. The value of the
property is estimated at J2C0.000.
FAVOR BUILDING OCEAN BOULEVARD.
The project of building a shore boulevard in New
Jersey, from Sandy Hook to Cape May. is heartily
indorsed by the New Jersey-New York Real Estate
Exchange, of which Otto Kempner is president.
Calvin Tomkins. president of the New Jersey
"Waterways Association, is expected to be the prin
cipal speaker at the next meeting of the ex
change, to be held In the latter part of October.
IN THE BROKERAGE MARKET.
William H. Silk baa sold to Mrs. Julia Ledarer
No. 213 West 17th ft., a two story dwelling bouse,
on a lot 17.2x44 feet.
Adam A. Schopp has sold for the .state of Henry
Barnard No. 219 East 11th st.. a four story dwelling
house, on a lot ITxlfO feet
The southwest corner of Monn -■ aye. an.l 174t1i
ft., a plol BftrSß feet has been sold
K;tl H. Keller has sold to Mrs. B Judelevitz No.
1052 Btebblns aye.i a two story dwelling house, on
:> lot tsxMs.loi Irregular.
"Weil & Well have resold for a client to a Mr.
Beck Xo. 884 Prospect aye., a three story tenement
house. on a lot i'OxTS.lOx irregular.
Henry A. Stadier, jr.. has sold a new two family
house in Taylor st.. near Westchester aye.
Furnished Apartments to Let.
mo SUBLET. FURNISirEa*. M ST E)ESIR-\BTJ3
•X apartment; five rooms; two l>ati;s; in ret . Li?- ;ira::
li.'n: hotel on Fifth aye near Grand central Station
A/.*.resj "A H. R.," Tilbune Uptown Office, 1364 Broad
way.
I.E MARQUISE.
12-14- !:as: 31l St.
KOOSKVKI.T COURT. 223-220 Rr'eal B»tS St. '
2 and '.i room* ami Lath, with kitchenette.
HOTEL MAJESTIC.
West 7l.'nd •t. at Centra Park
Brooklyn Property for Sale.
m v lots a i
MIDWOOD MANOR.
BEAUTIFL'L TWO-FAMILY HOUSE IN FLATI 811
—An absolute bargain. A. S. BEDJSLaL, Co.. .\«»
kirk nvf. a- ; Kast 17th *t.. Brooklra.
mHE FIXBST KKLKCTED LIST OF HOUSES FOR
TUB FIN BUT Flatbush. RSIAL.TY :>V HOUSES FOB
Kal« iv Fimtbuati ' B.MiTY EXCHANGE OK
FLATBUSH. Avenue C and 11. B. i:
<tQK . Aikik MAOXIFICKXT HOT7RET; l:K.u T!F(!,
'<?♦"'*-»<""»-'» location; every imp: \.nu>»n[. STAR &
CRESCENT REALTY CO.. 819 K!athu»h m..
Long Island Heal Estate for Sale.
RICHMOND TERRACE,
TJoroueh of Qoaena, City of Nm York. Ts<*autlfi:l
liviiidlnn lots to be sold ftt bargain prices for next «lx
daj». I all. " i .:••. phone
ItEKVES & CO 124 East 23.1 St . Manhattan.
KBECHHLRST ON THE SOl'Kt) BOOKLI ON
I!» receipt -of postal. shore ACRES real.tv CO.
W. Hist «4th -'
.JAMAICA F.STATKS LODGE
«T>T.n on Oct. :lrii. Sct,<l for f-i- tickets. I'urlor Car ard
Auto. 334 Bts Aye.. X. v. 'Phon. OlKirt— Mad!«on.
Country l^opertij for Sale.
GOOD INVESTMENT.— IN I[£\ INaTON-ON-Hro
son; four . ■•■» . nice .". itarjr apartment houara; »tor^.
vith ■ in*. L'<l av.<\ 3d lii»'is. <■ nxiino and bath eurh; nil
iii<rirf>v«Tn«-iil!i: price. (S.VOUO; <-a»h. m.iiOO; "ft-; $;i nnit
Inqulra R. BKHRBXB, 106 Main «t-i IrvlnaTtrai N. Y.
V?. IXVESTMENT WORTH 1■- -|> r\-. :\i i •;. .'
rtlverrlew Manor, iiif • «•= Hmnaa Co.. 47 W. i'iA -i
New Jersey Real Estate.
KOTTKN BOXCTHINa I'l ■■■' <,-.,T
at Engle«cc-i. Writ* to BKKT'.riirSTI.P: i. BTIIN-
Autumn Resorts.
!CEW JCR9IT.
BRIGHT SfTSn DAYS AT
ATLANTIC CITY
The peculiar formation of the coast line places the famous
. boardwalk in perpetual sunshine the day long. There is nothing
more restful or invigorating than a promenade or a ride m the
pooular roller chair, with the ocean constantly in view and other
ever varying interesting sights. October is the month in which
to enjoy outdoor life at the seaside. . .
TOE LEADING HOUSES
Phone or write any of the following for inform ion. rate* etc.:
«<BK22k S?SSSJBES
Four through vM.r.hul.-l train, daily via Centra! K. H. of N. J. or th« MM. R. R. Full in
formation from local ticket agents.
Real Estate.
_ -„ „ - ->_ -i_i-M - — —
Examination
of Title to Real Estate
is conducted by this Com
pany as rapidly as it can
be done with di c regard
to accuracy and safety.
Call or telephone 6140
Cort'and.
Lawyers Title
Insurance and Trust
Company
' capital a. cq Kflfi nnn
surplus tjaI.UUU|UUU
160 Broadway. New York.
188 Uontasae Street, Brooklyn.
/■ — «
RULAND & WHITING GO,
REAL ESTATE
5 BEEKM/iH ST. lit* TOBK
■To Let for Business Purpose:
Very Desirable
STORE and BASEMENT
1364 BROADWAY
TO LET
WITH reservation OF ONE tvi>dow.
Apply to Renting Agent.
610 TRIBUNE BUILDING.
154 Nassau St.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let
ALPINE
55 West 33d St.
APPLY TO
OR
TELEPHONE
SUPT
6121—
SBTI
\
1-2
:ot>ms
:ath.
ieat.
11 Night
levator.
[Mia served
1 rooms If <I*sire<S
el«phon« in
ich suite
s3so TO 51. 200
ALPINE
Bsassßss*ssssßsaaasassa»sssass«saßßsaassßsaaßsssssssssla 4
THL
B^rnr\gtori
40-42 Hast 25tli St.
JUST OFF MADISON SQUARE PARK
On» of ti.- few modern high-claw apartment
houses in the Jowntown residential district.
Rent $2,200
Apply to Superintendent on Premises.
" Tel 1333 Madison Square.
THE BARNARD,
No. 106 Central Park West.
Southwest corner Tlat Street.
APARTMENTS OK 6. 7. 8 AND 0 ROOMS.
HINTS $1.1100 TO fi 500.
Including r'friseration.
YOU ARE INVITED TO INSPECT
THE DUPLEX AMI BACHELOR \^.\^
ArARTMENTS AT NN^N§>'C
"471 Park Avenue" n|^-
S. E ••or. Mtfa 81
.^os^sjC^. The Duplex Apartment Houm \
KX-^^x^, Ki.bin Dalp < unapt an. 307 sth Ate.. Cltr.
CROSS CHAMBERS
210 .VI It AYE
Opposite Madison So
1 to .1 rooms with bath. I. leal for ha^!»!"r or mar
rie.l couple. JAMES E. BALL. Supt.
49-53 WEST ST.
r.etneen sth ami Gth a c*
.^n Apartmrrt of Dine rooms
tn vent: uuusually larce ami
liKht. Apply on ••■ •■n.i«.'*. or
E. P. WIL.IWVRD & CO..
45 Tine St. TaL. 3W« — John.
1 .
miiE langham central park WEST FROM
'-*- 7.-..1 to 74:! jt • M<...i»'>k<<rii:u; suites. |4.50) upward.
Phone «020 Col.
rpHE ('.aim; » !i EAS 39TH FURNISHED
\l. or unfurnished Eiiiif« to lease.
Public Notices.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. BUREAU
FOR THE COLLECTION OF TAXES No. &7
CHAMBERS STREET. BOROUGH OF MAN
HATTAN NEW YORK. September I*. 130 i.
NOTICE to TAXPAYERS.
N'OTJCE is hehcst GIVEN THAT THE
»»se»«m*nt rolls of aal Mtat* »r.'l personal
[v ;i«ny In Th» City of New York for the year
IBH and '^ij warrant! for th« COllaetfaWl of
taxea. have b««r. delivered to th* vr.<\era[gre-i.
Mnd that ■!' the taxes on laM aasast.iiant rolii
ar« due ar.d pa vat* on
MO.NDAV. ACTDBKH T.. 1««»*
at i ha office of he Rtctlver of Passe :n th»
Horoufh in vthlch !6o property la located, aa
follow*
Borough, of Manhattan. No. 5T Chamber*
atraat, Manhattkn. X. Y.
Borough if Th« Urn. i corner of Tfcl and
Tiemont ivtr.un The Hronx. N. T.
Boroug-A of Brooklyn Rooma 1. « i and I.
Municipal RulMlng. Brtoklyn, N. T.
Hi>r.v of Ou*aii» «orr-r <»f Jafk*on avenue
a.!.!J Fifil. atreet. Long Inland ■ l:y. N. Y.
H»»ro igi of Rlrnnuir.il. KdrovKh Hall. St.
C4eorj;e. Ntaten I'.kt-.-I N. T.
All "it aasaitia liana en the day di:« and
.iiviL«
TO AVOID PENAt»n TAXES MUST RE
PAID IN OCTOBER.
Under t^e provlalosa if n tton <'•« of the
•: «re- a* «m#^cle.l br '•hauler *47 Uki of
:»-^. It !• prnvlrt-wi •'If i;.> tax «hall remain
unpaid un the £lnt di of Karembar It ahall b«
<•■■• duty of the fie -elver of Taxes In charge,
rn-elve and collect 'ipon »t:ch "it ln:er«»" upon
tha amount thereof at the nt» of ••%•-> per
• entuni pa< annum !> be c»lcnlit«l from the
■liv o:. whi. '\ the :»■•-• baeaaM due and pay
aM« (Ocroher (I »a provided In •« -tlon 1.»."
'•'hen rl K*a are a*al*H to ••» Receive:- of
'."om thai BUM r '» • :««mp»rled by a«ldrf»a«l
envelopes <rl'h i>oe'«e» rr«p»li! In order to In
»'ir» ttturn -if r»>-« ;■ • i M!:» b\ mall.
Cherlti tmta4 ■• • bar 3 «h.v.M be mill ad •->
♦h* R«r«i\er aa a i.-ii •• BSSaMIa <"••• bills
DRAW CWPCKB '■>•: T TO TUB ORt>EK
c; THE RECEIVE? «*F t a vfS
DAVID E AUSTIN.
fi?ceiver o* Tiri
Autumn Resorts.
STEW JEKSET.
COME TO ATLANTIC CITY
And enjoy the delights of th- Autumn at *;■>» F»a
■ hor-. Combined with th- comforts ™d conveniences
of t^e World's Seaside Metropolis
HOTEL DENNIS
I* always popular on account of Its unequalled loca
tion and its uaob.tructed «**«. J j£fj£ j BI.ZBT.
GALEN HALL,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
HOTEL A>D SANATORIUM.
TVlth Its s »n( comfort an.l superior 'al--a 1 --- and ser
vice, is a fin« Place to sp»nrt th# Fait » nd . wi " ' r : „..
Baths for plea«ur« or health, with trained *"• J s?gr
HOTEL TRAYMORE
ATLANTIC crrr. N. .T.
Fall — Winter*— Spring — Summt:.
{fiarlborouQb-JBknbeiiu
ATLANTIC CITY. >'. J.
JotUh White * Sons- Proprietor*
The MONTCLAIR
OX THE MOCNTAIN TOP
MONTCLAIR, N. J.
NEW YORK.
The Briarcliff Lodge
la now prepared to make en
gagements at Winter rates
for rooms from November
Ist on the European Plan.
D. B. PLUMER, Manager,
Representative at New York Office.
5V 2 EAST FORTY-SIXTH ST.
•Phone 3275-3Sth.
HOTEL
GRAMATAN
BRONXVILLE.
WF.STCHESTER COCNTT. N- T.
Every i / >mfort of a ho»et of th» h!sb*?f -law.
i-rmd'i^*-! in a manner that has attracted to
itiielf a most exclusive and <llscriminatfnc
clientele.
OPEN AIL THE TEAR.
M«»«t Moderate Rat-» of Any 1
Fir«t Class Hotel Near New York. j
The n»«- fireproof -wlnp. now in course nf ran
•truction. containing: 1"7 »le»pirc psossa and 55
private baths. Trill have man- new and at
tractive features.
J. .1. LANNIN COMPANY. Troprletorii
GARDEN CITY HOTEL
GARDEN CITY LONG ISLAND
18 miles from New York. Open all the year.
J. ,T. I,AXXI\ CO.. PROPRIETORS.
THE PALATINE "I^^*-
Ail th« comforts of the city with the benefits of tha
country. H. N. BAIN A CO.
(TKMOM.
MAPLE HERST.
OLD HALIFAX. VERMONT.
\.fCO feet above sea lev*!. Access by way of SS»:
burue Faiis. Greenfield. Mass.. and Brattleboro. Vt.
l'ur« air. water, milk, cream, butter, meat aau v»ge
tables. No noises, no odors. Sightly, billowy moun
tainous landscape. IValka by woo.1». rte.Ja ar! brooks
Tennis, ijroif. Automoolle. tc-jrlr.c as ci> union
■ccoßimoiialPu. Garase. A competent city caterer la
charge. Board, rate* by <ii>- or meek reasonable. Ref
erences-
For Both Sexes— Country
I TRINITY HOME SCHOOL.
GOOD BOARD. MOTHER'S TAKE.
INSTRUCTION FREE .\
GERMAN. I KKM H Ml>U. DRAWING.
Term* >lotlrratc.
I MRS. AGNES, RosSville, Statcn Island.
City Property to Let.
THIi BERKSHIRE,
500 MADISON AYE.. TOR. ;,M» ST.
On th* first .-tor- . a duplex apart . • consittinit of
. reception hall, parlor, library, dining; rixvn. 5 master's
and •_' servants' bedroom* :: bathrooms kitchen sto-'e
rooms. etr. ; rental Thre^ -»>ir.U!<and v- annum
Also, at SOB MADISON AVK.. a d«eiiin X which is an
: annex to the Pcrkjhire. (latin* of i.r**- storl»« an.l
; baaam«ni .-onialnina; area <•• trai hall, ki'.caen. foyer
j l.all. parlor, .lining room. •_• mastor-a an.i 4 Nr.-utc
■ waroomi _■ bathroom*, laun'irv anl v>ri\ate SknX- rfit
j Three Thou*a:>.l Fiva Hundred P< »r annum '
JOHN II MOHAN. «*Mpt.
' i>i»p!;rir. it.;.-, plaza.
Instruction.
For Toun£T I_".dl^<* — Country.
; ryilK UOIIESTKAD SCHOOL FOn GIRU Kl.rsHlN.;
I X L. . 1.. N. Y.— Colteje utui-r n»«-n*»'
I plectixa wntlM, Otcllsh. French, music and art-" out
1 «l.>or .-; rt» Catalogue en r«4b<«t. Mia A L - i,
j LOUCK:?. r.-in. ' * "
1 SIRS. HAZEN's -I H. KHAN if 11001. (UK <l!tl«.
PKI.H\V.%I\>OK. .V. V. .T*
Half Hour from l.r>»ii<l < t-nrr«l Station. Twentieth Yea»
! "I!" JOHN li\MM,IHM Ma». rrinrlpajl.
i WESTCHKSTEU aCADEMY fViULK^B, PtirPVl'^
\ > tory acbool for V>>». whit, flams X V Best
I school for l.i» «hose iaren»» nppi*clate in.llvMjal car*
j J^j^Sncl c at!, n. For parUculain i.<;.<m* m th« Prln^
School Agencies.
! A.MEKK AN AMI FOREIGN TKACaISsBV AGKNCY
, ai.;>pli>s Vr^ivm%ar». Teacher*. I ulora. (.uvrincnn et~
10 v.0.1-(te». dchcoia v.' lamille.. Apply to
Mll « J- roUSC-rUWOX ■_! talon Maasa
BAUMOWI IX* \M\OT. -,
Dancing Academies.
* THE CMALir ....
Noinni. school of i>\.\ri>«;. |
I 'i.'i:; i -,7, 7 " nii •• n '*' * ;rt :tl --» a- !
I „?«, D •••»»"» In •■l»s«:oa;. Nation*:, rolk I
I srrt fine Bilir-w.r, pantlnr « atalo* •«<>"• E
i 'iiiii— 1,, ■'"'■* 11. «hhu n .-i P< i I
7 ntt ruction.
For Boys and T<rjn» Men — cm.
Berkeley «rh.>ol and Columbia Institute.
.Cotu»l!-i»t-4 In Jun». 190*)
72d Street and West End Avenue
A HIOH-CI*AS3 SCHOOL FOR BOT3.
Pnpanitlta far College,
Primary and Junior Departments.
A special feature I* th*» rar^ful !ikl!-.Wu«i «•♦._
«—■•-■ boy. ac^.r'lins f. hi* n»~i*. PhTj.to.v~T*
v-lopnwn.. throujth Mllftary Drill Inflttanatu, r.yaaaL™
anj •-'••■ Athletics. l*r*o llgtr. .orrvr <*•**»
< •rlockin* Hudson RK»r. .oa* hlork from Suhnruy —££:
•ration ami surra.- U3<«<. <'atatoyi- u^.a •s> r it OK fcT
Mr. Carpenter's Private Classes
FOR BOYS. m WEST E>D aye.
6TH YEAR BEGINS OGIO3EB STH
A «üb«tant»a: school jireparlnit for Orotcn. HUT. or m.
recUy for Cone*-. ~c-iool training L«run her-. b« no fca
i»r«arten. E^ercU* In tii« open a!r. lu3«> to 4. three**,
out the winter. Study under eup«rvlalon and not»
horn*. r->arfj:rr accommodation* during Fall »..<i 9^5.
only. Complete «;ulpmea- *o /v ur own &u;:a:Bg.
THE CUTLER SCHOOL
NO. 2O FA-T S«T1I STREET.
[For boy» six rears of ap an.l apwart.
Smalt r!as«ws. individual attention in pr^a.-ir.j -woe*
Forty jraduafs hay» Harvard. Ta>. ! rt- c?tae
and nr>lurr.Ma in th« la«r thr^* y-<r».
Outlnr Csas«<->. Manual Trainins tnaw^i. AiWrtte Fl»'A
rh»ni!.-wl an^i FM4nl Laboratory. . ~
3Cth year begins «»<-'. « « - irr'iia:» r, n ri-i'i»«*.
\BTIIIB U. (TITLE! PriDHp»f
SUPERIOR TEACHERS
and METHODS
DAT A>D EVESIsa
14 METHODS
I .\>V ».\EM>a
47 W. 42d St., N.Y.
174 Fulton St., N. Y.
Eazan Building, Hobokat
•f-^j^v^^^^^^^^^l
COLUMBIA
GRAMMAR SCHOOL
FOIXPED 1764.
v—r Rrick and <*teel Ab*c4n««ly tiREPHfiOF Bat!<&j.
LIBORATOWES. eOYM>-ASII-Me OYM>-ASII-M .ad PL.VMjRO C «,
93rd Street and Centra! Pare West.
Boy??Sa*"?"r Columbia. Ctoaeft Ifarr^*. toaii.
tor. Tale. Business. Prima-T ( lasses.
Collegiate School
L. C MYGATT. PrincJ3i!.
•41 \rEST T7TII STREET.
BoTa prepared for the Col>- i and =c!ent:S- 3cBSMk
Prtoary Department. WeU-«(iUlppe<l 0| 1 1 ll aa a*.
opens September 30th.
IRVING SCHOOL
L. D. RAY. 5* tVasl Msl V.
COLLEGE PREr.\F.\ A SPECIALTT
Small cla»i tnr boys from <.x r'ai up-*anL
NO HOME STI-DT FOB BOY? rVDER FIFTEEX
SCHOOL NOW IN SESSIOX.
HuiILTON WSTITUTE
FOR 80.
Seventeen! year ' •' ~ :ns ~-~" 30th.
COLLEGE AND COMMERCIAL PREPABATEM
FOB CATALOG^ADDHESV 43 ' VTEST M ' T **•
SYMS SCHOOL
43-51 EAST «IST STREET
. Will reop-r. October itb. OSes hour* jta 13 E^.
i Other hours by appolatmeat.
fTRINITY SCHOOL
I 139-ltT WEST 81ST ST.
, I FOCXDED IT(J'.> I'KIMART. GRAMMAR u4
I HIGH SCHOOLS CNEXCELiE»E«CIFXESt, ,
™ PREPARE? FOR ALL COLLEGS3.
I tOOth Year Open* September :!ttii.
BARMRsTScHOoir FOR Bow
rmLSSE i'REP 1 GRAMMAR.
KlnSers%rt-r a
MD YEAR BEGINS SEPT. =3TirCATAIoa
j ; Win School "
(3 a. l DIONNn 331 "VEST TOTH 5T
I CTLA'^ES OF SIX. Fifth y»ar Thorv;? 1 ! %R.i r»j!
pmSra -■-■''
Jchoo'.s. T»>.. .-:
ALLEN-STEVENSON SCHOOL
64 East istt> St
Reopens Sept 30. Tw-n-y-ffth v * " .
DR. WKLE-S rOLLEGTATF : rREP.
Admits nllccn wIthUHW -xam'.naf.. :i. .1 KT*st »w. *
T>r. EAKLC Princif.il. Cmtmlowaf.
Young Lades— City.
THE MISSES RAYSON'S
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Rror.<-n« •rtSSSI ••
161. 18«. 1«8 West Tstu ?trr«.
De Lancey School for Girl*
SOI Wft 9«th St.. Cnr. Kut Fml A»R
Bit year be ? t.-.s Thun 0.-r I* -'""nssif
School. Col>«» Prepari.tcry ari KM* >" I ~JHS
Bianta. Classes for srr.a 1 .: boys. TC«u- to.*, ■■a ar?..ea^»
"lallifOs INSTITUTE
FOR GIRL* .
r-ill^ge Pr-r«r»tory CiaMa^r^Spe^sJßgH^-
UoJtrn Un(ru.ii?U « ..ar»». ILLCSTRAT ea^ fc A l***
3 WEST ■SSI ST. OSr* Iloura 10 to * _
Barnard School FOR GI3LS
COLXCCE riIEP. an,! GKNKRAI. gi-g^JESf*
'^^mK 1 BEci^Sgrr.
THE SEMPLE"^ I^!
BoarJins and Par SchnoT for Gir;» ar..! Kir.-iffSi--- ,
r>op?n:* October Tth. IW*
GARDNER HOME SCHOOL FORfiiEli
fcOI KtiTH AVa-N'l'E-
fPHf. MK p .RlLlr> AN UAER StTHOOU A> ?iJ
X East ;.7— i'oardsrs aai lay i^boot Br "-
OB«ns Del '- "til. — m
MI» M.»EF/> M POO) 13i HE>T ::P a2U»
Kind*rjfart»n to t -t.lle S e. m- ■■■.-i.il. .0 .r-o*. 80^
Depsirtnuml tat g'.i's u:>>r 15. Modetf nmav'U'vj
I. j
Jj business <.r hjra «*-. McP».«--li t>~*p««s«J2
MllTlnery -csn : 1. 3H> tft* aye. Huts irlmnwA _»•_ W*\
mad* $1 m. Vatterns tat ta fit. 50c. V.oiaia »b»— M
For Both Sexes — City.
THE BKRIIT7 STKOOI. OF 1 VNil ' U".l*
S!ADIS«>N SQUARE Jtl3 Br>advaT'-
Harlem Branch: 041 U-::ox Ay* c >toov» ""^ "*
Brooklyn •• 7:? Court St. _— —
35.) BSANCI'.SS IN Al.r. -^^ iE %.,,wt»?
Pupils bear ar.d speak t>.e r.-w laciruaje '^'"■"
from • -.•,•>- Trial l*a»-->rs fre^ -
WRI6HT OBAL SCHOOL FOR THE BEIF.
15th j»r open-. Oct. 6th. .. —
Ohlt .perch l» »<**. Ktailirrcurf" "» «•»"«€»■
I Mt. Morn. Park. \\ __<.
Trinity Church Free Evening Sd**
9O I KIM I » ri-.%CE. „. I
Thin achooi srlU ojwn on STomUy. t»ctob«r w*^
• 'ruction t.:!1 be glwn in Sltortbami, iJP*
F.ookkct-pins ami Arlthnn-tlo. ______ '——*Z
INSTRUCTION GIVKN IN TIIYSICAL. »' I J'JV^»
your renldence. ty professional expert ll.\-V t-'
17 « m «-M st. __»--
ITOtXSCH. OFRMAN. SrAJtISn. ITALX.VN. a^^Sl
' acquired. Laaawaai Vhon- Method. *• *.***~
Building. Ur.ia.lwa ar>t 16th at.. N. T.
For Boys and Tour?u Men— CounCT-
Wm. J. Betts, M. A.. Yafc
f!amf.jrd. Conn., will tutor • few yours; men JJaflH
etitraiwe . |,iiieiin-nt» Ills \oag c *p-.".!»"» ta^fajal*
lu»truction will enable ambitious young n;fa to «a*»«—
of ilm«. Address a* above 1 . ____ — --
iIPLEWOOO -^^T^ir^^B
l^epare* 4o Coys Tor c»>l>ice >>r "****! ♦;-
Finr. lars* »ym. Dn-nt. f.. r l.l'.tu Bo, » _»» < ! to£ >
In*. Large, comfortable r<H>m.» O<mh> "" N ' e^ 'r^j tf
l.irx;E. A. M Ta!*. Trln . KoncoTil^n^'-J^^JL^-^'
nit TOME SCHOOL roi Bf.^n.
A.V ENUOWKD "KKPAKATOR*
With strotiE fa.-ultv *.t! iilcat enui^u^n: »n-l * ur , usJti* |
THOMAS STOCntiAM HAKER, Ph. O~ iwaJ
Port iftOKI. M-l j
Musical Instruction- ,
INSTITUTE OF MUSICAL ***
•f ibo City of New V->fk. Frank mairo*;!*. >£?*&
ta FifCi Avenue. Corosr Twel-nii St. c»t»i3f "r

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