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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1913. UNDERWOOD OPENLY ENTERS SENATE RACE Will Not lie a Ciunliiliito for Nlwrf Term. lint fur ie, l.nnr. TO liKAVK IIOI'SK IX INCi .lis Klcelioii lo tli by Direct Vole Prnliclril. Sennle W.itdllM.ToN. Oct. I. I'uiiimI .in l.ounrenient win ninile tnola) liy Ose:i W. Underwood of Al.ilmlim, tin- Pernio fralle le.idcr of tin- Mmiim-, tlml In- will lu) n. camllilatii for the I'tilleil St.ito Sen lite for the term Hint will !. lit March 4. 191 :.. Mr. I'mle rwooil' enounce ml" tin- Sen Morl.il tnt' In Al.ili.mi.i iihiiih that Stiit J to have n political conlc.t that It houtnl to attrai't n.ttlii.il nttciitlnn. Tim nic for tlm Sen.itnrHhli will li" n three cornered nfl'iilr, li.-pu-eentiitlvii Henry !. Clayton, rlinlrmin of Hie llonvi fominlttie on .ludlrlary. anil lh lrci.ent:i tlvc Mellaril I'. HnliHiin, tin- c.x-niivul of tlccr. are already In the Held. friend of Mr. rnderitnoil il-il.nc that 1m will win iMtily. SnpM)iliiH of Mi-, ''layton and Mr. Hnl.snii nlco are opti mistic. Mr. Clayton anil Mr. Ilobsnii am Hit stump Mp'-.ik'-r.. 'I'lu-y lire ancry nvr the cntiillil.icj- of Mr. 1'tnk-riionil hiiiI the fur soon will I,kIii to fly In Ala Panui. The nonilnallliR pilmaiy will he held in Alabama In Ma of next ycni. The flection will take, place the fnllottlnt? So crabtr. Victory In tin- primaries! will l" HUlvalent to election, at th re It no po litical opposition to the Democratic party in Alabama worth the name. Klr.t Klcollnii iif the Klml, Alnhnma will have In Noveinher. IS IS. th tlrst election of the kind to he held under a new eontltutlon.il amendment providing for the dlrct election of Cnlteil StntcH Senator by the tope. The Administration will liei p Its handt off the A'ahama Si'iiatorlal Hunt. How that the fVer. IliftP. Im r:isrm In ln-l -v Wllnon Adnilnlttratlon or at the bast tin- , bead of It feels a sympathetic Interest in the L'nd-.TViood candhlacy. Lender I'nderwood has upbdil the hand 1 of i'ru'dent llon at all times, and ha ) inert hl kooiI olhVcH In p.iysiiii; tin tariff , hill and put-hint the Admlnlsti iillon hank Ing and ciirrnir. hill thrmiKh 1 1 it- Hons .Mr. I7nile.-jsid'.s stHt'-iiu-ut i.in.ouni-lu Ills c.itidirtai-y follows. "l-'or tl.c be' part of ten let ins I hav" J nerved the popl of the Ninth AIiiImiiih lllstlil-t !! CoilKless nf tl,. l"n!t- ill Statts. No mat h.i vi-r lu-i u tn.itxl ' better by a constituency than I hui I beep ni, rj rr!'!-;i I hav(- tried tu .nc "m faithfully ri-.rl Injall . "Now thai I Im il. lei-niln-il rot .iK.iln j to lm u cai.dlil.it- lor i.'oniirtss frnni tin. i Ninth lltiiu ; v ish in i-xpii-'s in my fiii'iid- and eonstltinnts in sincere up-' lurclatio-i of (.il lreii.;slilti ami loyal ! v. ill Jxrimr.H lillllilie.S ! 1 1 114 past tw.ntv ..-,is. "tV'tli the ...m.-tm.iii of t!- laiiff hill 1 have cmpla.d the w..rk tl". Il "e that l. ,,- .n.ui.o,, . ....... ,,. pllsli. Il.foie retii-itic tiom public 'life ' J Blinuirl l Ke in if..-, tl... Il.w... ..t .. ientliic tin- peoiib. of the Stat., nf vi... 1 bania In the Senal... of the UnlUd St.tt ' snd have ther-for. i-oiiclmbd tn .inmniti. e I m m If as a c.inilld.iti lor th. s ii.it.- in I the Democratli: primal v eleetlon. ! "111 Helen I UIH devote in) entire time i nd attention to tin- duties of the otlici and endeimir to faithfully au) balh serve the ptople of Alali.imn." MicnIHcnt t ('nii.l,ne . Unusual Interest attaches tn the Sena torial candidacy of Mr. I'ndrmuod. It Is more, significant tlntti aiipears on the sur-faci-. It imans that whether he 111 win or not Mr. I'mleruoud will letire f-.m the House on Marcli I. Hi IS, This will ne. cessltate the .lection nf another lender to direct th In-mocratlc urbanization of til Huns,-, Th asslcnmi-nt will itlnue tn be on- nf large ImiKirtancn If u,,. Iiemoeratlc party slioiihl i-nntinue In cniitml nf thn lower launch of t'ongrexs In the clnsing two cars of the invsent Admliilstr.ttlon. WANT SHARE IN BRIDGE LINE. 'ompniil. MrrHil) I slim I riieUs IVtltlnii to lie Stock hnlilt-l-B. Th- two cbt surface lines in Man hattan and two nr three subsidiaries of the liruokljn Rapid Transit fmnpany have asked the Public Service Commis sion for the rlcht lo own stock In the Hrooklyn anil North ltivcr P.allroad Coin- pan), which Is operating cars' from Ilrook lyn across Manhattan llrldgc, through I anal street to tlm North Itlver. The cars of the Hrooklyn and North Itlver Company use all three lines. The hrooklyn and North Klver Com puny asks permission to Issue jr.ou.Onfl of capital stock. It also ask for the approval of the franchise, grained a month ago by the Hoard of list I in ate. The companies that want to noiuire tho stock are the New York Jtiillnays Comp.in). the Cone) Island and Hrooklyn Itiillroad Company, tlm Third ANenue Itallwac Conipan.i, receiver of tin- dry Hock. Must llroadway and Itattfry Itallroad Com patty, the llrookl.wi Heights Itallroad Company and the Nassau F.lectrlc Hail road Cnmpaii). They have agreed on ..dlotmeiit. The Public S,.vice Commission has set October 15 for arguments on the npiill--.at Ions. COBBLER MURDERED IN SHOP. Ili-ntrn Willi nn Iron ir and Mriinulril t lit-nlh. Josepn Cousolo, ,i cobbler, was hard at work In his shop at 1033 DvKalb avenue. Rrooklin. Thuul!..- Hrookln, Thuradliy. accoid Ing lo David Aokeiiuan. a tobacconist, who saw him Friday the shop was closed and thn blinds drawn. Vesterday Pollc-man Carllu of the Ver non avenue station broke In and round Consolo Nlr.uiKlril to death. There were tle wounds made hy a piece of Iron pipe on his head. Thn police have no clue on which to work. Coiisnbr.s wife ami live children live III one room at SI 111 Hoffman avenue, The llionx, Corsolo, who was .10 vears old. came to this country from Italy eleven .cars ago ami fulled lo prosper. In tho old country, it Is said, he owned a thriv ing shoein.iklng business, NEW WAY TO SELECT CADETS. :lllisen Cnndliliitrs lor West I'olul 'J'nke llhfinilm Kimillnatliiii, Ngwnimini, N. v.. o. I, ?- Fifteen )oiiiu men representing orange, liijtchess and Putnam counties tonluy took the Hillsides system of examination for the iiicanl West Point cadelshlp from the Twenty-sixth New York ilbtrlct. Congressman IMuiuud Piatt Is a he Utver In the IlIio.-nlcH scholarship system, tiirli Is baited ull tm-ntal examination. pusicai innuiiig anil iiinieiic recoriis, and I lleni) A. Uildfilee e, Augustus Van Lbe Hpiolntnient will be made fiom the - Wyck, William II. Hlllsen. James V. On lead) is. Th" H. crctary of War w III wateh . borne, . Wheeler H. Feckham, Henry M the 1 mull of this test and If it seems 11,' tlnldfogle. .1. Camnbell Tliiimiiann. A I '.' niiv iidviiiitage lo tin- academy, will urge lis adoption for all nppnlnl nts. J One of the phislcal c.xainlliers. Itev. F. X'l.ndyke Wight of Mlddlilown. was foe three years assoi-liited wlUi tho Ilhoaik-s cholarshlp committee of fjebraskg. FIERCE OIL CO. WILL FIGHT. Wnti't I'ermlnnlnn in Do RnalneM la Stntr nt Tela. Aran;.'. Te., Jot. 1. Th' Plre HI I'oitiiiratlon, which recently succeeded to the hutlneftfi of tho Wntern-1'lcrce Oil Company, will make another effort to Kot pcrmlndon to do business In Texas when the Male Supremo Court convenes next month. It Js said that tho company will rile mandamus proceeding against the Secretary of State to compel him to Brunt it a permit to operate In this State. i Soon aflfi- the l'lerie oil Corporation wu.t m Kanlxiil It made application to enter Tex.m, and Its purpuso was to take over tin1 liutlticJH nere of the Pierce Kordyce OP Association. The Attorney-denci-nl nihil that tne new company was the Wiiters-t-leice Oil Company In tho uiiIkc of another namn and that the tat lei' company, having been ousted from llu Slain and fntcur brtrrcd Ironi do Iiik business here aitali!. the new cor poiatlon could nut be granted a permit. The Plerce-Kordyci: Oil Association It a Joint stock cimitmtiy, width was or- -canlzeil when the Waterc-I'loree Oil Com- I puny was ousted. II. C. Pierce Is Its prlticliml stockholder. It docs business only In Texa. The I'lerci Oil Coi partition controls the Pl-res-I'Vrdyeu AstiK'latlon. !! aihancliiff M.IOO.nuri to the latter, about pir cent of the nutstamlhiK stock in the association was dciioslted with the . new coi poratlon as additional security foi the $,10.000 notiri which the Plerco . Oil I'orpnrntlon Issued, , Mr. Pierce ami bl oil Intel etts have been it prominent l?ue In the Iemo ciatlc polltlct uf this State for many years. It was throuah them that the )s- lineal iiowiiiiui in coennior j, .nuej- ..nil a mi.nber of lehser light" 111 the pub- I lie .illahs of Texas Was brought about. j BRYAN TO LECTURE AT SOUTHERN EXPOSITION Will Speak at Knovvillc at Na tional Conservation (Jath eriny Other Dates. K miwii.i.k. Tenn., Oct. ). Sei-ittiuy llryati will vMt Knowllb' ami tho Na tional i ouMervatlon KMiosltion on October ' ' ' "ec ""' "rtl exposlllim In history dotwl to the cane of conservntloii. He w'" "lake an adilrnst mi the exposition gioiinds In the afternoon. The il.n on which Mr. Itran will come to the exposition will aim be celebrated as Sunday school dn. Twenty thousand Sunday school pupils from Knnxvllle, lot Ti-nncss.e an.l othtr parts of the Smith will parade It In expected that with Mr. llryan as a drawing card at tendance records will be broken. There are several other eents of prom inence on the exposition calendar for th coirltm week, the i blef ti-nniig them be ing thi- visit of the committees from the rutted States Senate , and House of ItepresentatlM-s. Speaker Champ Clark heads a i-omnilttt c of tllteeti. Tin- Senate h,1. nl. Mileil to send a e.imnilttee to Ixi'o.xvllle nn. I Hie two committees will be at the exposition on Monday next. . . ..... .i ... , .iiii-riaiiiineiii mm iim-w """V'-- ,1,,s 1"" "rninKO-l. WII,:"IT"V' V,''' !; ' , M"W"' "li - ma a- w.ll realb.e that they a. e ""t ,ho f",ks w" ,u,ar u Itc- tuie hv the .Secretary in Mine, n was learned ut tin- State 1 lepartiiient to-ilay -Mr "ryan will leave nn Monday for week's tpeaklns; tour In the South. eiiBaKemeiits Include stnps at Ashe- vllle. N. C ; KHiki. Mountain, N. C and KlelXVllle. Tellll. .Mr. ruil sum lint 1 aiti-rnoon that on .Monday no womu masc detailed aniinunceiiioiit arsnit tlie tortli- coming trip- The Sis-ietary ilclltcrert lectures at tbue fairs In Virginia on as many days this wvvK TWO LEAF TO DEATH AT FIRE Ineenillnr) Illnsp Tlirov Tcu Kami. lies Into I'nnlPI 7 Persons Hart. (ii.r.N Covk, N. Y., Oct. 4. Tn families scrambled to cct out of u butnliig tem -incut Ic-re early this morning. Five per sons leaped from third story windows. Two of them are dead ami three are seilotisly hint. Four others were b.idlv burned and several wire can led down ladders. It was an incciidlar) fire. A feud which beitan back In Italy iunl which has di vided the 1.S0U Italians here Into two fac tions Is ssid to have been the muse of the lire. Immediately after the blaze nm put nut pollee. ami special deputy sheriffs were put on guard In tho Italian colony to prevent n clash of the factions. The tenement is a three story structure known as Tin- oi chard. It Is owned by Augnstlno Stanco. lllack Handers have threatened him. ll waa In a recent Mali- blng sffray. The llu' was started from some oil soaked papers under a stairway leading from thi- ground floor to the second story. Ten days ago oil suaked paper was thrust Into the cellar of the house and IsnltMl, but no damage was done. After the lire was discovered there was a panic among the occupants of thu house, Vino-nun Narrazzo, 10 ).-ars old. Jumped fiom a window on the third floor and landed on his head on a cement sidewalk, His skull was crushed. IK dle.l almost Instantly. Stephano l.c berto followed Narrazzo from the win. dow. His skull was fractured. He died a few hours later. Mrsv Jeanne Stanco, wife of the owner of the 'house, leaped from the second lloor, Her right leg was broken and u shoulder fractured. Philip Seurbo Jumped from the third floor, and fractured a leg. Vlncenzo Narrazzo, an uncle of the youth who leaped to death. Jumped nut of the window from which his nephew plunged. Iloth of his legs urn broken and he has concussion of the brain. Philip Shebona ami Ldbtrto Fnrroue were badly burned about th" face and head In escaping down the stairway from the second lloor. Marino Hallano and llenno Delkefnn tried to get out the same way, but were driven back by the flames. They too were badly burned. Sulvutore Itlggo was throwing pillows and mattresses out of a third story win dow and preparing to drop his children out on them when I ho firemen arrivul. The firemen caught the children hi blankets. Klggn and his wife were taken down ladders. IMward I lic ks, a negro, caught nccrnl children who were dropped from a second lloor window. The firemen soon had the lire out. I , ., . I LAWYERS HELP JUDGE FOSTER.! urn t i... . ii.-i , , era I Srnslnim Court, I Two hundred and secnty lawyers huve j combined In Ihe Inter. st of Warren W.I Foster's reelection to the court of (ten. I era! Sessions. Tint following Is the execu li) i-iiiunilttee of the Foster organiza tion. ' Hainuel Hntermyer, Morgan J. O'Hrlen, I, lllkus, Kastus H. Hansom, John Hod. I fro) rSuxc. H111ns1.it l.acbnian. Abraham I Lew. Frank M. I'lillnmni. H,.l,..ri m I Mnm-e. I'liafles I.. I'nlm II niii-v W llu. ger. .Inhn F. Mclnlyie and Abrm n.NiirVT'nMrme Jhawreuce. jVl?w $ usi HELD AS PALISADES AUTOMOBILE BANDIT Suspect. Positively Identified by C. M. Pratt as Pnrltiff Robber. ARHKST MADE IX NEW YORK Police Hope to Brinp: Home to Him HericH of Holdups in Jerney. A tall, thin, red musUehed man who nave his name as Oluseppe Harb'ero, an It.illun, 29 years old, at 4-tii Kast 117th street, was arrested at HDth street and First avenue at o'clock last night as the man who hub! up Clarence M. Pratt of IMgewntcr. .V. .1., and .Mrs. Pratt tn their automobile on September 27 on the KdKewater road on the Palisade". Mr. Pratt later Identified the man posi tively as tho highwayman. The detec tives hops to be able to bring various others of thn holdups on the Pallsadwi ! within the last few months home to the ' prisoner. ...a ,,i,. i... t..,,.i.... n.. Ml,rtn aml KOB.lrty of W i:ast 10 Ull XrMt lslXloni ,vh hatl obUiutd Infornm-' tlon recently against the man. The prls-1 I oner was looked up on n charge of high w way robbety niul as beliib- n fugitive ' from Justice. Identification Sprum Complete. Itarbero 1 of unusual appearance, around six feet In height, very thin, with a red mustache, which Is noticeable be cause of hla very black hair and general swnrthlnea. Mr. Pratt said there was no doubt that he waa tho man who had topped him and hln wife and pointing a revolver at them had demanded and re-elved what posfesslonn they had with them. As soon as the arrest was made thi police communicated with the New Jersev police and Deputy Sheriff William Hlau velt of Dergeu counry brought Mr. Pratt lo the station house. Jllauvelt will seek to b-arii If llarbero was connected with th" other holdups. The operations of the highwaymen en th- lonely roads of the . Palisades recently have become so numerous and so .success ful that residents of th. district have ben talking for some d.is of organizing vigilance cinuulttees. Chief Magistrate William McAdoo anil his brother Joseph were robbed in this district as long ago as last Mn. The Chief Magistrate Is a continued pedes trian, tin one of his tramps, ai-i-om-panlcd by bis brother, two men armed wljh revolvers took their watches and money ami got away without trouble. The Chief Magistrate has been to Jersey and has looked over susp"cts arreste.) In othr holdup: since then. 1iut t.as not been able to Identify any of th" prisoners. Tun Held In Onf There were two holdup", both of auto mobile, on September 30. Mrs. Ian Fellows Piatt 'it Ihiglewood was one nf the letlni". She was alone In her ma chine at the time. Two men wearing masks stepped out from the underbrush, and covering her with revolvers demanded her money and Jewelry Mrs. Piatt had neither with her and she wits allowed to go on. Ten minutes later John S. Mabnn. a lawyer, cane along In a machine with his wife and daughter, Katherlne. The rob bers got K.o, a watch and chain and two diamond rings on this second attempt. The robbers sliot holes In the rear tires of Mr. Mahou's automobile the better to make their getaway. One of the. rob bers was masked at the tlm", the other was not. They granted Mrs. Million's request to be allotted to keep one ring, a prcent from her tun, who Is now dead. BROKER HELD FOR AUTO KILLING Homicide C harge Again! Mweene), ald to llntr Ileen llrunk. Thomas M. Sweeney, 37 )ears old, an Insurance broker of J4 St. Nicholas place, whose automobile ran over and killed an unidentified man as he was crossing Mornlngslde ax'enue at UKth street mi Friday night, was sent lo the Tombs on a charge of homicide yesterday with out ball pending a preliminary examina tion to-morrow by Coroner Hellenstelli. Siveene). who was driving the car at tin- time of .the accident and who Is said to 1i;im admitted that he was drunk, showed nn signs of Intoxication before the Coronet William Kdwarils of I3J West tuth street, a negro laborer who was with him In the car and who earlier In the day had been found guilty by Magistrate Freschl on a chargo of Intoxication In the llHrlem police court, was sent to the House of Detention as a material wit ness. The dead man's body was not claimed yesterday. POSED AS LORD A. INNES-KER. Man Who Passed Had Cheek In .San I'raneUeo 1'ard Title. San I'll MM sen, Oct. I, Peverll Ker, H young I'ngllshman, who dresses In the height of style, confessed to-dny that he wjis an Impostor who has posed as Iir.1 Alastalr Inues-Ker. a well known polo player. He passed a bad $50 c.h. ck on the St Francis Jlnlel yesterday. When arrested by detectives he asserted that he was Innes-Ker, but that his money troubles were due to the fact that hi- had failed to bank a largo draft received from 1 Aus tralia. When detectives warned him he had better tell the truth or he would go to Jail he admitted that he was not Innes-Kcr. A friend paid his bill n the hotel, so the management will not prosecute. ART SAI.KS AM) KXIIIBITIO. At the Old Galleries, 43 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YORK. BY AUCTION 1,000 ORIENTAL RUGS g'.l SIZES AND WEAYCt TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST For o London Rug House, on account of advances. SALE BEGINS ' TO-MORROW (MONDAY) nd following- days at 10:30 A. M. and 2:30 P. M. INSTKITTION. I.A.Nl!liKX. JiKW lOBK New York CU7. IMVONHT HAl.IHHIES I.aiicuagek 80ho.1l, 2403 Itrnu.lwH)', . French, (lermuii, HpunUh, Italian, Tenrlie eenverxattnii f. eoml'-elv. " ''WNISHrili HOICKS HIK Mt.V nr.T. IK The Supreme Aristotle, greatest philosopher of ancient Greece, said: "The virtue of Justice consists in moderation, regulated by wisdom." But during these trial days of ours, the Judiciary is taxed to th o limit or legal knowl edge in order to render unbiased decisions. The People of New York have tried more than 4,000,000 cases of supreme satisfaction, in moderation, regulated by wisdom, the past twelve months and all decisions have been in favor of JACOB RUPPERTS Iftnickerbocker THE BEER THAT SATISFIES The beer that satisfies most of the people all the time is the beer that ran he relied upon by the rest of the people any time. Knickerbocker is not only one of the best and purest of beers, but it retains its uni form flavor and effervescence. It is brewed in'thc finest hrewhouse in Ihe world. Bottled at the brewery and for sale by all dealers. We cordially invite our customers to visit the institution any day between the hours of ten and three o'clock. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO REPORT. .Net' Oprrntlnit lleenue mid Income shim- n 1'hIIIiiu lilt. Although the total operating revenues of the Chesap.'.-iki' and i Ihln Italluav I'oinpany should an lncriii-e uf 7;i.'i,iiS for the var ended .tunc Hii. ISIS, let operating revenue, gross and net Inenm- show m .lii-iili'd falling offj Thl is ex plained In th.- statenant of'rank Trum bull, chairman of tie hoard of illre.-toi.. as remitting, from increased wag.-s afte.-t-ing .ill brunches of m I.'.-, I.ug.r taxi". eSHTally hi Kentllck, tin- he.i tlnml. nf last spring and the prohuigcd strike in thi- coal mines alum: tin- ciiupaii 's line. The cnmp.in eat lied ,. i1.5. p.-r cent I'll tin J'-."!-.!!" eoinmnu stn. K. a-i i-uin-pared with i xl p. i Kilt, .ai in-.l on tie same stuck lat .-ar. Total otieratliii.' revrnvuf. f.n- th. .-ii iiggri-gateil ?t.'.,i"'.,T2. i s mmpar.-il lih ? "t."'.'..'.l'. an Ini-i.-iiM of IT'.i;., lu, hllc ml upcrntlir,' eeimes n.-ie 10,3S.71x, a., lompir-.l vtth Ml.'-bl.lss the i-ar prev Inns, a ibcllm of Jl.nJo. tT". Th' road's gross In. -nine for the p.iM llxcal car miis n".M.'.i."r.l, against tf 1 n.K'.'.T.'.l fur tin' i i- ended .lull" HU';. Net incline Mhuneit ..eu a gieatir l.ies, being 3,2'.i,.1a;i for tb .ur or HUH, hs compared h ith i l.i'T t.Jllti fnr tin' euc of 1SII. a deereas. of I'.iTo.T"!:. Tin amount credited to lie i ..1111.1111.1 's prmlt an.l loss accenmt nn .tune V", -s r.'.T'io.S','1'. tn which was added th. ..-1 Income of tin: pas'. ear. making lb- total ,o:.s,9(M. .Utar making deductions for dividends mid dis.-i.untr on MruillleH there whs left fnr the balance to pnmt and loss on .lime .in, 11U.1, the Mini of I .'. I 4. IS", as cnmpiireil Willi I 0 n,oP on June ,ie, i:ij; .Mr. Truuibilll In givlne the rensnns fnr the "adverse results" experli uc.-.l by llu' road said that incline'. I wages iein gicn in all brum h"S of sen h o din Ing the nir amounting to f ";..i).a, -,iil.. the taxes Imposed Oil Ihe company's prop. ist. dir ector y$U LEADING INSTRUMENTAL! mm INSTRUCTORS The Guilmant Organ School l)r Ullll.nii i rrl. lllrcctoi A Ihiirnush Ktlutallmi fnr Ihe llrviinlt, V Mudcnts lioklliig New orli llOalllella, Mend fnr I'ultilnr 41 Writ I'ith St., N. 1. MR. and MRS. JOHN DENNIS MEHAN a school run voh r. uniiKt.l.l si:m i imin i'i'i.ir. i iiin. Millie TO. I'srne If llnlk.N Vcl i e ,vjn, ESPERANZA GARRIGUE All I llt lslNI.IS.-fl. Iliullirote Illl. '"ii w in . r A, t'AHHONi:, tlsestrn In Hie lll-h Art nt Muting. ; mrs' experience, llr0iiuiiii.-in.-i by rfttrl cr e lrlii-s, Aenliun Hull, r.'d i l.ltl IMJ: BjlRICFII Iriieln-r r Singing FOWl.t.lt rUnittn in all IM bra n In tail W. 74lli St., I'nune ll.'IIMI I iili.mliuv The Elinor Comstock Music School IIKdt'lJtlt OH spi-'.t'MI, Ill'ltsl.S. Plum, thil inns.)' 'imiu ...IiIl'I. 1 1 M'lllllky lll'l.oil ''nlJi'loi'iies m 0 '..'ll J'li i ni ne 0 1 III HI I SY T"0'h'lnt M.uliu Map of Greater New York FREE Upon written application we will mail, FREE, a 6ne lithographic imp ..f Greacer New York, showing the important street in all bor oughs, including an immense territory of New Jersey and West heater ounlv as -far up the Hudson a Tarrytown. Cut this out and mail it in with your name and address to the JACOB RUPI'ERT BREWERY, 90th Str.et and Third Avenue, New York Cit . jelly hail been musldernbly luciased, n ce.ssitatlng an accrual of CPU, 612 In inblltion to thes.) above iimouius tlm nine paiiv sulfer.d a loss In opiiatiug expenses ' Irom the spring tlomls of ( a .S73, not to nii-ntloii tin- strikes In the coal mining sutinns of Wist VlrUnla adjoining tin , company lines, v.hich rediicd th it- put of tie mines .itfectcd mid reacted ! upon the inrnlm-'s of the loinpatiy. STOCK EXCHANGE NEWS. .tlnii. Illume lit I'lrniM mid llriincli llllli-es Vlinollllieil, i 'oil, llaiishorm and IMcabla announce the illssi iliillon of th'-lr partnership ami tin' forin.itl.in nf new hi in under tin ma nt.- ol llerlshoin. ,x l'lcabl.i. compnsed ..f Douglas. I!. H.utsborue and l.orcn.o M I'lcabla. Thomson ,x MrKuinon aunnuiici' a n partliet ship, compos, d of Alexaieb-r Thnius.iii and Ito.leilck XV. McKlnnon. Th.- lorumtlon ot th" above pal ineislilp is Hi, resiili of the dissolution ol A V. Thomson x Co. The lollowing . haiiKi s In linns ure an- uoiiii I: ImvI'-s, Thomson .V Co.. Iieii.-.s W. IMIworth ailinltled Haibmii- .x i'o Thomas .1. Il.iibour ietir.il; I'.ilm. r . i'o.. P. II I'.ilmcr ietiie.1 and liiing I,. Tenn in In. lit. d . Ii.l. nbui g. Thaliniinn .V i'o.. Udwaid ll Tlialliuin. nlned, and WalUM- llios, ,lohu V. (1. Walker r -tired Thn follow Ing changes have ! tt an nounced In hi. incli nines: I. S. Ha. 'ho ,X I'o., Saraloga Springs, N V., discontinued; I'ai peiider ,x .Mc I'l.ite (Hew I. "Ol.'i Itroadw i . I.ognn Hrjan, l'etoskcv, Mich., ills.-ontuiiied Sbaip ,V McVlckar, Southampton. I. I. discontinued , Tu Inr, u. -him loss , .loosi SliHiinan Suuiik "Hotel, iiiT..itmue. ; tlllMlell Stone .x Co. ftietvl, lierlip, 'ier in. mi IMward Sweet .x i'o. IniH). I .on. ilon. Ihiglaiid, ami llll's. h. tall, iillial , I'o., el I. till N I .llsil.llllnileil, VOCALPafSg ifhe Von Ends li'Zr eminent i nn- sertelori hi A mem h. School of Music iWWSl '.V"'tv::"r" Ilni ;im lien lHiur. Hriuci'li tm l'.mlf, I till . iirXrss, HiMimm Mulclllf. -ii mi lnrl Vhmimim, .MI'Crl U' i 'h'miii), Ail r It nm Itr im-ti) I Hiri Knut' NiHIrj Ignite- 111 Imt it .slirNrinnni o-j-iMt, ivinmictik Tatum Anion Wlirk, vim t I rnni llculiililnx lo im t rl Slttici 'rlM r(, fMin lM, MVlhi, itv( nU-ft 0(MMt( Inwm. ( omHi1tln, vt , iiJ ltx U2 fur ('wt.-KiU'tn' Prof. BERTRAM 0E BERNYZ ' Voire Sp. villi I Mini lllialll l'rti"-l llrmi'i'l. Metrnihilli'iii nprrii Mar nri-nn" liilci '1 rlinl uf I'alll. l. Dm xnil .Si'inlnlrli .-.is . ,V!I Slltl l'l ciit.li'fetljool of ClmrtajfRucic TraUi.tiu N'U.tf-l fttrOrir-uiln-mkI i n 11 I.I.N l,A tiS'l. IMdvHr Sprrl.il nuns'' tnr I'lmlr lti, 'Itiuir-- itu. lltivM1' I'm tiniMuvtu' aiMr'1 l IVih t mmi:. OiDEN'CRANE ".liV.. Ilel I inn inellinil. Unit Kail if Wllile llrnnrti. SmiiII.j- HIH-h-j,-, t'Hriteiile irali JOHN W. NICHOLS. 330 W. 581- VAN YORX MMI ' I I I I II M "III l( I IMl I. i, lr Case t.VUHMSIIKl) AP.tnr.MKNTS TO LET. ADLON THE AUOMOR ytU AYe. & 54th St, i.k nv AKTIIIN. ToMorrow & Tuesday ill tin.' (illerii-s nf I he Fifth Ave. Auction Rooms ;i:n-:in Ko'inli A..., nt sstii St KMI IIIITION III' mi K.tcpptionally Km.. Asmirtnifiit of Moilorn A Antiii.. 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