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THE SUN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1913.' .
LONG ACRE LIGHT GO.
WINS FIGHT FOR LIFE
Edison Poople Lose Snlt to Fore
close Mortgnge Covering
BACK INTEREST TO BE PAID
Cnrt Holds Plaintiff Did Not
Aci in Good Faith as Owner
The alienist of the EoVson Klectrlc II
Itimlnnt'ng Company to crush Its yotine
Mnnlt.ittnn rlvul. the t.onit Arr. I'.lectrlc
lAeiit and Pnwer Company, through the
orei'lomir - of Its mortirititn securing nil
old .'00.l bond Issue, was frustrated by
Hupreme Court Justice Oreenbaum yester
day. The court promised to dismiss the suit
brouehl by the Metropolitan Trust Com
pany as trustee of the bond Issue for the
foreclosure of the mortgage on all the
lionir Acre roinpuny's property on con
dition thnt the ton.ono Interest which has
been uccumitlntiiiK since ipimi was tendered
to tho bomlholdcrs nt once. The Interest
money was oflored to tho bondholders on
tho trial of the foreclosure suit, and as
the Lous Aero company still has the back
Ins of the linnklnir firms of A. 11. Leach
A Co. and Harvey Klsk A Sons the Interest
will be paid
The foreclosure wilt was the last weapon
avallahle to the Kdison company in its effort
to wipe out Its rival since tho courts de
cided that the company's ih.irter Is valid
and the Public Service Commissiou cranted
tt permission to issue Sl.ooo.OOn In bonds
and t:,ouo,ooo now capital stock to build its
Praachlae Jfot Takes Sertoaaly.
Tbe tone Acre company Issued isoo.ooo
la bonds In too when its claims to a valid
electric lighting franchise In Manhattan
were not taken seriously. A block of
IIU.000 of these bonds fell into the hands
of the late William II. Kelly, nt one time
Tudge of the City Court, who named
Charles V. Murphy as one of the executors
of bis estate. Mr. Murphy sold the bonds
to the president of the KdUon compHiiy.
In his opinion Justice Ureenbuum tald
the nominal buyer of the bonds was tbe
Central Trust Company, but the money was
fnrnlshed by the Kdison company. The
trust company bought up over 1400,000
of tho bonds and then called on the Metro
politan Trust Company ns trustee to fore
close on the mortgage, asserting the right
to demand payment of tho principal at
once because of default of Interest since
J807. The bond issue actually matures
In 1950, but under the terms of the issue
the holders may declare the bonds pay
able upon default of interest.
When the foreclosure action wns brought
the Iong Acre company maintained that
the Kdison company had acquired bonds
of little or no value because of Its belief
that if the competing company's prop
erty were sold under foreclosure the sup
port of banking concerns which had prom
ised unlimited capital wotdd l with
drawn. The bankero themselves said that
they must await the outcome of the fore
closure suit before advancing funds to
build the hong Acre's plant.
Said Bonds Were Invalid.
The Long Acre company contended that
tbe bonds were invalid because it had failed
to fat the permission of the Public Service
Ctmmlssion before it issued them. Jus
tice Oreenbaum overruled this defence
since It will net be heard to assert its own
wrong in defeat of the claims of holders
for value of fi-np bonds." The court
aid that more sel'ious and interesting issues
were whether tho Central Trust Company,
which bought tho bonds with money fur
nished by the KdiMJii company, was an
"owner and holder" with power to dec lure
the principal payuble before the date fixed
In the mortgage, and whether there had
been a default lu the payment of the interest.
The evidence, the Judge said, showed
that the Central Trust Company was not
the owner of the bonds, but that tho presi
dent of the Klectric Illuminating Company
of New York guaranteed to pay the trust
company all the sums advanced in buying
them with interest at .' per cent. That
agreement, coupled with instructions to
the trust company to declare the principal
due and foreclose the mortgage were in
consistent with ownership of the bonds by
the Central Trust Company on deed, while
acting for the real owner it had not the
lightest interest in the bonds. Justice
Oreenbaum said. The trust company, he
continued, attempted to prove that It was
an "owner and holder" of bonds, and "It
waaonly when this attempt promised to be
abortive that u Irank disclosure was made."
Justice Oreenbaum said that even if he
was wrong in his ruling that tho trust
company was not the real owner of the
bonds, the plaintiff failed to show by
evidence of a satisfactory character that a
demand for the payment of the interest
was ever made. The court ruled that the
Long Acre Company might renew Its offer
made on the trial to pay the fno.ooo In
terest due up to the date of the trial, and If
tile plaintiff refused to accept tho interest
tho money might he paid Into court.
When this is dono Justice Ureenbaum
will sign an order dlsminHini: the suit, but
the plaintiff will be rewarded costs.
; NORFOLK & WESTERN GAINS.
(Despite Klooda tiro Karatasa In
The Norfolk and Western had one of
ho most successful years In Its history
ended on Juno SO, In gross earnings of
943,73D,!i:'0. an Increase of ft, 000,000, de
aplte extraordinary obstacles to opera
tion caused by the floods.
After deduction of the amonnt necessary
(or tho preferred stock there waa availa
ble for the common $10,279,073, which Is
equivalent to 10.3 per cent, earned on tho
1100,100,000 stock, This percentage of
earnings, It Is estlmnted, would have been
11.4 except for the flood damage,
The amount earned on the common
tock In the preceding year was 18,462,
OOi, against the 110,379,073 earned In the
year Just ended.
IDAILY TREASURY STATEMENT.
WASHINGTON, Aur. U.-Tbe statement of
the receipts and par warrants of tha Treasury
Saturday. Tills month. Fiscal year.
teoslpU tl.4M.CT4 19.i;T,TS I7H.4O9.30I
ray warrants. :.il,3"4 ll,9M,t ts.Mt.Kt
Deficit tl,534,Tl 1187,087 l.43,(S
The receipts from oustoma Saturday were
?I,43S.CT&; from internal revenue, ordinary,
iMI.Xi; corporation tax, 15.113. and miscel.
aneous, ,M3. National bank notes received
or redemption. UMlt.031.
Tb rash statement of the United States
ffretiurer for August 9 shows:
Raid coin , i;,,m.t(i
Bold certificates v,'V 7M
(Mirer dollars Oil kj
pllrer certificates 14,s,o:a
Ilnlted States notes 7 mi ots
Certified check on banks 4.'8,i70
national bank notes 4S,l"4.4M
Ph In Treasury 1M,7K,M7
In national bank l.' IB &ll
Available cuh In Treasury and
Peductcurrent llabllltle .... imtmiw
Tns) balanc In Treasury and m,'"'T'
at alas 107 Iss 171
lr Treasury assets (net) 2'.1ti,ttt
flat BHanca In general fund ", lJiliJipoj
M4 oata aad bullion IIM.MOW)
' KaSruui cmSSL1? ,ri';o .l.n.77.1I
vmat t"i cash atstta ta Trtuury, i,M7,i;itT
TO FIX FOXHALL KEEWE'S DEBT.
Iteferee Demanded to Comitate Bam
liar III I'ntber's Estate.
A motion for the appointment it a
referee to compute the amount due by
l'oxliall Kcenc, the polo player, to tho
estate of his fnther, James It. Keene,
wns made yesterday before Supreme Court
Justice Crane In Hrooklyn.
The action is brought In the name of
WultcrTH. durncc, ns assignee of n mort
Kngo from the executor. According to
the complaint, young Keene owed his
father approximately $130,000 nnd on
April, 100K, nave him a deed to eight par
cels of land at W'estbury, IV 1., containing
over forty acres, the deed to be considered
The Indebtedness Is said to amount now
Mr. Keene did not oppose the appoint
ment of a referee. Koxhall Keene and
his sister, Mrs. Talbot J. Taylor, were
the helra of the Keene millions.
IN BANKRUPTCY COURT TWICE.
Itollmann Files Voluntary Petition
While Other la t'eudlnir.
John Itollmann. butcher, of t!3 Colum
bus avenue, filed n voluntary petition In
bankruptcy yesterday, with liabilities
$203,706 nnd assets consisting of n half
Intercut In u six story apartment house.
630 West 135th street, which interest la
iiiwi tewftcu iui fivivvv nil. I niiiii lie .UIS
In the equity an of no value.
This Is his second time In bankruptcy.
An Involuntary petition was tiled against
him on October 31, 1910, which is still
pending In the United States District
Of the liabilities $137,S96 Is on bond
nnd moitgnge and among the creditors are
Stella Abrnlinm, JBii.OOO, mortgage now
being foreclosed: Annie C!. Johnson, $17,
000; Herman Wronkow, $25,000; estate uf
Herman W'ronkow, $20,860, Judgment;
Anthony W. .Miller. White Plains, $11,500,
and Peter Clemens. $10,896.
THEFT OF BONDS IS
CHARGED TO BROKER
Client Says He Delivered Securi
ties for Sale, but Got
Gust.iv Nassauer, a broker with offices
nt 1440 Broadway, who lives at the Bor
deaux, 549 Riverside Drive, w-as arrested
yesterday afternoon on a warrant Issued
by Magistrate Harlow in the Tombs po
lice court, charging him with the larceny
of twenty bonds of the Slegcl-Cooper
Company, valued at $16,000, the property
of Harrison H. Hardlnger. a real estate
operator, who lives at the Hotel Im
perial. Detective Brown of the District Attor
neys naff made the arrest. Mr. Nas
sauer wna arraigned before Magistrate
Barlow Immediately nftcr bis nrrest and
plended guilty. He was held in $10,000
ball for examination to-morrow. He said
he wanted opportunity to get a lawyer.
No bondsman wns present and Mr. Nas
sauer was sent t the Tombs.
Mr. Hardlnger told Magistrate Barlow
that he gave the twenty bonds to Mr.
Nnssauer last Friday when the latter told
him he could find n market for them. The
bonds were sent to Mr. Nnssauer's offices
at 1440 Itrondn-ay by a messenger boy,
Henry Marmen, who was to return with a
The messenger boy returned with no re
eclpt and when Mr. Hardlnger asked Mr.
Nassnucr for a receipt he met with a re
fusal, he says. Mr. Hardlnger charges
that Mr. Nassauer received the bonds on
August 8 and has kept them since.
The hearing waa held in Magistrate
Barlow' private chambers. Neither Mr.
Hardlnger nor Mr. Nassauer would talk
about the case.
BOOKKEEPER AND MOSEY GONE.
Ilia Friend Think lie Waa Waylaid
and Perbapa Killed.
BooNTOS. X. .1., Aug. 11. It became
known to-day that Henry K. Worner. a
bookkeeper for Flel & White, mill owners,
disappeared on Friday afternoon after
drawing J640 of the tlrm's money with
which to pay employees. Many believe
that Worner was waylaid and perhaps
killed and his body thrown In the bushes
or swamps nlong the roadway. A search
of the woods and fields between here and
the mill was befjun to-dny.
When Worner did not appear at the
mill the bank was called up. It was said
Worner had been there and had drawn
the money. Ills movements were traced
to his home, where lia had lunch with his
wife and child, then paid some bills In
a few Btores and started back toward
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of e tork ih.inanj other line
Ol I.IIICHS A CO.. (il'M'KA
Atir..vis. a nroadwaj, .N, .
MKIIIII ItHA.MM.N.sllllMI W.
sAn.i.;s ;i;m:iui.i.i hi iim spat.
Phelps Bros. Co, f! Ilallel1) Plate.
Fall River LineI
l.t. I'lrr 14. .V l ft. Fiiltor M. lao .it
&J0I'. M. hteatrurs COMMON WT.ALTII anil
l'H:.Sl'll.I. Onhrstra un tarli.
1'ROVIDENCK LINK. DallyeteeptSm.
days, l.v pier IS, N M , ft. ot llnrrlay st ,an)
P. U. Sirs. pnoviDR.NCllanJ I'l.Valouni.
NKW LONDON (Norwich) LINK Via
New London. I.v. I'ler n. ,, (.. ft. Ito'istoo
SI., week Ua a onlv. e 10 p. u. I'ler To k, II ,
ft. r.. ::d St., .io p. m. .str. nrv op
I.OWKI.l. and CIIKHTCH W. CItAPIN.
NEW BEDFORD LINE, ror Nf w ned.
ford, Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard, Nan.
tucket, Mattapolsrtt, Marlon anil Cape "d
points. Iave I'ler 10, ,. it ft, Houssot St.,
week days only, at P. !.. Sits. MAINK
and NKW HAMPSMIHI!.
NEW HAVEN LINE. i.v. pier . r..
ft. Catharine St.. week days, :. P. M.; ft.
Last d St., 3 P. M. Sir. IHCIIA 111) IT.C.K.
Tickets, c. at 171 HroartKay, Transfer
Tourist Offices and at Piers.
Th New England Ntrainshlp Co.
A Delightful Trip for Invalids.
Two restful, helpful ueeks on rlier, eulf and
sea: tno ureki- of I'lileortllnir nlr, itellchtful
rei.ery. iipii'tllni: monls mill refreshlnc !efp.
l'roni Montri.nl to N'i'vvfountHi.Hl by the
BLACK DIAMOND LINE
Modem steamers. Ilichlrd tiy cectrlrltr, heated
liv strain, nnd enulppcd with Mnrronl Wireless.
$6up Including Meal, and Berth.
Write for Illustrated IhinUlel. "Illver. tlulf and
Sea," to A.T. Wrlilon.d. 1', A It: II St. James St..
CONEY ISLAND AND
ROCKAWAY BEACH. TO-DAY
stiis. iiosi;n.iJC and joii.n svi.vksiuh.
l.K.WT. W. 129 ST., U-ltV and 10:15 A. M.
1 VST SI! ST., U.4i, ID.tS, 2.30 and 3 JO,
HA'ITKHV, 10:1.'.. 11:15, J. 11 suit J:5.
CO.MIV ISLAND. 2 Ul.aui nd 7).
IIOCKAWAY. 12:11. '.It and 0:11.
OUhi:R VA 1 IO.. KIlKi.ir A IIAl.UVO.V.
Around New York dally from Battery Pier, 10 JO
A. M.. 2SW P, U. TO MKK I UK OUKAK. Sandy
llauk Lightship. Porta ft Ouarantin. Lve. daily
if i P. W. licturn tM 1. U. Tel. Oroad. J31J.
From New Pier ao, ICast Hiver, foot of Peck Slip,
dally eicepl Sunday, at S P. it. lor ConotlM
MmUadlan, Wrlvt tor Summit IoMii.
A Day On The Hudson
You cannot spend a day to better advantage
than in seeing the world-famous Hudson River.
The trip on one of our palatial steamers
"WASHINGTON IRVING," "HENDRICK
HUDSON' "ROBERT FULTON," or "AL
BANY," is the best one day's outing in the world.
Day line steamers are designed and operated
exclusively for DAYLIGHT PASSENGER SER
VICE. Str. "Washington Irving" Str. "Hendrick Hudson"
Tuesdays, Thursdays. Haturdays Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays.
Leaving Desbroshes St.. h:4D A. M : V. ivl St., n A. M.: W. IZAthSt.,
t:20 A. M.; Vonkers, 9:45 A. M.; laiidliiir nt West I'oinl, .Ncwhureli, I'oiicb
eepKle, Kingston Toltu, Catsklll,, Hudson anil Alliany. All through
rail tickets between New York and Albany accepted. Direct tall con
nections. I'Ot'(!HKKKISIK HETtVirK: Steamer IIOIIF.nT I'I'l.TOX leaves
New York piers one hour later than the thrniiirh Hteamerx, viz., Desbrosses
St., fM0 A. M.: . 42tl St., 10 A. .M.; W. KSib St.. to:J0 A. St.. VtmkerH.
10:J0 A. M.; lamluii: at West Point, Cornwall, .Nowlmruh nnd roiiKhkcepsie.
Mnslc and Restaurant on All Steamers. All Nrrtlre Dally i:rept
Hudson River Day Line
(ALBANY DAY LINK)
Dctbrosaes Street Pier NEW YORK
Telephone 4141 Sprint.
tr. "ALBANY" on "MA BY POWELL" Bonte.
(Jreotly Increased Capacity.
For West Point. Newburch, Poiighkeepsio. Kingston nd War Liuid
Ints, leaving Pesbrosses Street ot l:4S P. M W. 4:rT St., 2 V. M.J W. l?8th
St., 1:20 l. M.; Yonkers, '.':45 P. M Dally eirept Sunday.
Ideal Afternoon Trip to West Polut, returning by Str. "KOnEnT
FULTON', " $1, or by rail, ll.lo. :il
The Public Be Pleased"
and New England Summer Resorts
Fare Boston $2.65
Ramatl Trip SI .19
First data service, palatial steamers, equipped with wireless, excellent
cuisine, clean, comfortable staterooms (all outside rooms).
Leave, week days and Sundays at 6:30 P. M. from Pier 39 N. R., foot We3t
Houston St. Write for booklet.
Uptown office, Broadway nnd 23d St. and all Tyson's Ticket Offices.
Phones, Spring 9491 and 9492.
Study yonr comfort and plan yoar trips by this Route
Ctmfotlihte, Speedy, Eteianl Way to
NORTH JERSEY COAST RESORTS
ltl Inseb. Iisarr Pirk, Itkair, rl Plessiel,
etc., Is via ibi lai tcriw flrtn si the
SANDY HOOK ROUTE
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
An Idaal way ta Naw York Harbor
l.N r.nSl.N K..lMM!.t,t....,l J,,,,
'a. . , io. . m. lit . i w.i.ts. .ti. s :;, ',
I i4aUvs.M. IC Ola m.l I.W, ? )3, 7 45 (10 9
1. I eng Rr.o.hrniv) in.
1 . N . PinllJ, N. R., laolCedjt V., ek d..
I', 10 CO, II.Mi.n I 00, . 00.1 '!,' X.'S !. 19
p n. S in '.v .9. If 10 ir UK, I 00, (.10 ill. 10
1 Loos Burfh o.U ) p m. licept tit 1.
ei'j.r.'.l Mtuli mt Pepular Fruit.
Boss Trip, Sow Tors to Atlsnllc Blcbl.nli. tl.eo.
Ko.m.1 fnp tn I rpjj. eicept on Stinri. l.iin. v.
4.M s . serk1., S 7 45 p in iS-n. 7.4. 10 40 p in.
Cf4uM.wi il4n.S.4S.S 10 p m. ihun.S.lO. It.lOp m.
Up the Hudson
Wednesday, Aug. 13th
popmir iniDnuninv mm
SU-Atner leaves Pier ?, N. It., foot uf
Cjinal SI., at 7:30 P. M.i West lKd St..
6.15 P. U.
lletnmln? about mldnlnht.
Dining Room Open from 6 P. M.
Music Cafe Dancing
HUDSON NAVIGATION CO.
BPafsaaftt slsl . .
rcurLt a unt to Albaiy
t If, U. Newtanh at 1 p. n', ."JS-K
IjjTi p. S..iSil.i.TK
RS!1 T'.U "Vtof, Uki OeMa, Uk4
OhM.pl.ia, lu ZdlraBdacka aT tr
l"lt jsorth, east ss4 mt.
Ptl aSyjWS. tnt" P"W' '
Ill HsttIc d l4ne. Made,
BLOCK ISLAND, ORIENT,
GREENPORT, SHELTER ISLAND
AND SAO HARBOR
Str. "Shlnnecock" of Uonuuk Steamboat Ce.'
Capitol City Lisa Steamers to Albany, ;tc,
M wy, Ksiuad Ulp,
Round Trip. fS.M
Ml KtMU.M; T V. V.lll .ST.
Patrons are cautioned to Imy tlcltcis OM.T
IHO.N STIIAMIIO.tr t'O.'S 1(. nn u v
i.iuvk nijir latmi siiii:i:i.
otsi, on), to :m, u.:) ,. m . i?.:i, i is, s.no. : s.
.'t.:i, l is. r:is, c::i, ',.. .io l' M.
. i.ihvi: piku i. Miiirii Kivi:n.
:46, nt ;o. u is a. m : 12 15, 1 15. 201). 2:45, s ao.
I 4 lo, 011. 611, :!0, 7 13, s.1.1, O.IO P. M
i.iuvi: sii:i:pli: iis,i: piik.
I 10:5S A, M.: I25S, 155, -'::5. 1 id. JM, MAS. 2
6:10, 7:10. 7..V), K.2J, in.W P. M.
I Trip marked ilnrs not en to lailih St.
I nonndTrlnTlckets ' I 'rum l'-'SlhSt., Ml Cents
Hound inpTlckets , ,.rum vlcrtt it ,4lCfnis
I Deep Sea Fishing Str. "Taurus"
1 Dally from Pier 1, N. It.. ONLY at 850 A U
, Pare ncekd.'iys, ;s cents. Sunday. St.ffi
Steamer "GRAND REPUBLIC"
1 l.v. 1 onkers. s a:, A M.. W. I'.'llth St., 11 i A, U..
-1 10 r t i-irr 1, 11., in 211 A. il., 2 15 p. it..
Korkav1.11 llearh, I'J .'fcl. :...', P. il.
transfer to str. "tlrand llrpublle,"
Hound I rip Tickets, 5lc; Children, 3Ke.
Via Boat and Trnllav. $2.25
Providence Direct, $1.50 Worcester, $2.40
staterooms, a'l.OO, fl.511 and ff.oo.
.GliontilA and TI5.NNKS3KE.
. Dally, Includlnc Sunday, a:.1i P. M.
Prom Pier 1, K. II. Phone !700 lleeltman
City Ticket Omce, t0 Ilroadway, N' T
Uptown Ticket Offlre. rt'way and IS4 St,
Writ for Summer I'oMer
Dlreot connections with SarntoK.i
I Springs, ' Ofioren, l.nko Cliara.
J plnln, Adirondack Smnmpr resorts,
ana nn points. .North, Kjist and West,
Ilest alslne. Music.
Raisase cheeked In ilestlnatloa. A.
tomablle carried at reduced rate.
Steamers leave dally. Pier so North Itlwr,
foot West Houston Street, 5J0 P. U.: Wesl
lh street, t P. U, Telephone. V:n Spilnr.
I:. very itay. lO.aoiini irrnU" Pout W
.ni., i-u p.ni. wmiiwh izn mi
Aiiuvais pfisn iuiik cirr.
OBce, Piatlrun tlldf. Phona (Irsmeroy Ml
Cn Si UK I IMF fral(Un St. Plet
DCII ArlA 1.11111 24. North Illver. dall
S:JO A. M., 3.90 P. M i llAttcry. s:&5 A. M ., V S
b:ju a. .m., -.ou i'. .i
P. M.; Sundays, lea
ir A. M.i nailery,
lllihlmds. Had fm
iear i ran i un si., e au a. s
i', n:iJ a. m .. u:o a. m. mi
lank. Vc. Hound trip, h'c
Trolley connections nt all Imiillnits.
to all point In tha Southland.
city m-wverria mi ark