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THE SUN, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1114.
THOUSAND MILES OF STATE ROADS ADDED yew York In 1918 Maintains and Hcpalrs 6,000 Miles, Report Shows. TAK NARROWING DOWN Eventually Entire Problem of Highways Will Bo One uf Maintenance. In his report on the work of the New TVk S'at Highways Department, Com nlisloner John N. Carlisle revlewa briefly he conduct of the department's work lurlr.e the past year In the matter 01 maintenance of roads. The commissioner .aVes tp also the question of future main :ensnre work. According- to the report I, 000 additional miles of State and county highways wore- completed during; the past year, making a total of 5,000 mile of Btate and county highways to be main tained and kept In repair this year. Part of the report Is as follows: "The provltlons of the statute require that the department shall organize a force so that every section of our State and county hlghwajs shall be under constant ouser vstlon and shall be effectively and eco nomically preserved, maintained and re paired. This requires, during the year, the organization of such a forco as will cover every Improved State uml county highway and necessarily Involves the ex penditure of a large amount of money. , "A very cartful study lias beili made tt every completed State and county high sray, Its present condition and the amount of money necessary to place It In proper repair, and to keep the road under con itant observation, and at least the sum of II, 111,417 should be appropriated for tho rut year If we are to carry out the clear protl&lons of the statute. "The most dllllcult problem confronting Ute department to-day Is the questlc.l of maintenance, and this will continue in bo to in the future, for as the const! urtlon work Increases necessarily the mainten ance must alio Increase and eventually the problem will be entirely one of main tenance. In every country In the world these problems are being carefully studied and e must keep in progress with this work.-and should be In advance of other Htatrs. The patrol system, ns a rule has r.ot been entirely satisfactory and It Is believed that section gangs properly or ganized, may result In giving bitter care to our roads; and the coming year we Intend to use both the patrol and the iKtlon francs and carefully study the cost data and see which system will produce the best results. The troublesome question of maintenance relates to the doing of or dinary repairs early In tho season." Motorist who .complain because of the hortcomlnKs of tie present road culdes aid maps would feel much relieved If they tad to travel as did the tourists In 1(100. Mips and euldo books were not plentiful tod neither were they practical. The ad vice given In them would b considered a Joke nowadays. A few points which tour ists sere told of were published recently br the Automobile Club of Philadelphia, ilere art" a few: Among the requisites rhojld b a hymn book, n watch or a r,d..il. If a watch not a striker, for 'hat warns the wicked that you have money A compass. Take handkerchiefs, u Jiey come handy when you perspire, if the tourist cannot take -many shirts let tioie he carries be w ashed : he w 111 find It mre comfortable. Let him also take a ISr.eti overall to put over hla clothes Jton joins to bed lest the bed linen be tilrty, Let him learn somewhat both of nieditlne and cookery. Never Journey snutout someming to eat. in your pocnet If only to throw to doss when attacked by them. In an Inn bedroom which con talrs Ms pictures look behind the latter to ICS if thev do not conceal a aecret door craalrdow. And women should travel Let a, all and married men not much. Raving accomplished the work which I. ttartcd as general sales manager of the haynes Automobile Company, George H. Strout has resigned that position to take effect April 1. Mr. fitrout has not announced hla future plans, but he ex pects to become Identified with a well fatran car manufacturing concern after ti return from a much needed rest. Dm r Swander, local Firestone man ner, vha has Just returned from a trip tt the factory at Akron, say3 that the each, nry Is now In place In the new tollJinss and It will be only a short while fore the output of tires will be In mated 40 per cent. He also says that til reports received from the branches In teate that this year will be a banner one. Acccrdlnr to E. C. Howard, aales man ager cf the Cadillac Motor Car Company, 'it recent announcement that the com fy has no intention of marketing a six crustier car has effectively set at rest Psrs'.etent and unfounded rumors to the rotrary. Since the company made Its Ksouncement hundreds who had been waiting some word from an authoritative wee have bought Cadillacs. KUPCHIK GIVES JAFFE TITLE, aey Tie, bat Former Generously Lets Rival IIstTe It. O.arles Jaffe. by wlnnlnr his adlourned ae from O. Chajes In the Anal round of t- annual championship tournament at - Progressive Chess Club yesterday icr nrst and second prizes with A. Mscfcllc. The latter previously had fin- jw with a score of 10 to 1 without o!r,g a game and defeating both, Jaffe aM Chales in their individual encounter. Jaffa becomes the new champion of the c.ub because neither he nor his opponent s!red to play off the tie and Kupchlk .uea nis riKnt to tho tltlo to his rival. WpChlk. havlnir unn tlin Mnnhottnn C C. be, said he w content tOibe champion 'tons club. He drew two games In the "raiment, one with H. Llebensteln and U other with XV. Llsbaron. The third whs s won by Oscar Chajes. with a 7" of su to 24 and the fourth by J. nba'h. with 6f4 to The .final res rri,'"r J-hn ; J" ,vh -LtLir n w. ii H . s . 6 Players. W. O. Morris. W. L. s. Oreenberr.... i II. I.lcU'niietn,, 4'. K. Koehler 3 Dr. J. I'ulzman. S F P. Beyuon... I BURNLEY WINS IN COP TLB. itif, Hrplared S nnslerlanal Casse y Score of 2 t 1. at Cable Dtipaleh to Turn 8n. t,. Us !r.ij 5!.Mm a 4fnt !th i . f!!ed, Marcn 11, The replayed Eng. it btueon Burnley and Sunder- k place to-lay at nurnley. Over 'owded Into tho grounds and saw ' Kume, brimful of excitement, s-on-s level at half time. Hurn. . a spurt nnd got the lead nanaged to hold until time waa w'nnltic a splendid gams by ff 5 to 1. . "i thj nri,t division of the Association ft'- lri.ton North End entertained "cheater UnlUd and won In fine aryle 7 lu lt)i m Orient was at home to Ieeda 'n tnelr second division game and yt" ' dampened their visitors' pros s -r pramotlon by beating them ,I 1. Th splayed cup tie between Sheffleld 1 wa Manchester City will U plgyed "iurrow. Ned Hanlon's Son Enjoys Last Laugh JT. HANIX)N, son of Munager Ned Hanlon of the Baltimore Feds, appeared as candidate for tho Columbia varsity nine In tho batting cage yesterday afternoon. Jack svhon In action renemblcfl his dad. Tho youngster had been butting cleanly enough, ho Couch Andy 'Coakley ordered him on hla next trial to try a bunt. Jack came, up and mudo a stnb at tho ball like a novice. The candidates all laughed. "It's a good thing your dad didn't boo that," said Coakley. "If I don't know how to do it better when he sees me," camo back young Hanlon, "you're not much of a coach." FINISHES AS CHAMPION SHOULp. W. H. Slaaoas Hecavrrs After Reins; Ftsar Down. Palm Beach, Kla., March 11. One of the most remarkable golf matches that a I'alm Ueach gallery ever followed resulted when W. I Simons, Garden City, and Harold Weber, Toledo, came together In the thirty. six hole final for the State amateur golf championship of Florida. At the end of the morning half Weber led by ! up. He naturally waa considered the winner when he Increased his lead to 4 up at the seventh hole In the afternoon half of the match, Simons played golf from this point on that would have made a professional envious and pulled out tho match by a 3 and ! margin with a card of 33 for the Inward round. This is the lowest fluurc recorded in competition In tho history of Palm Uoach for thla half of thla rniira Siraoni played phenomenal golf nnd won flvo of tho six holes played between the . eighth nnd thirteenth holes, and to cap I tho climax holed a putt from off tho green for a 3 at tho 360 yard sixteenth hole for the match. Simons was 77 and 67 for his 1 two rounds and Weber 7G and 72. I In the second flight H. II. Kltler, Phila delphia, secured a win by ptaylnic beaut!-1 ful golf against John Shcpard, Jr., a former llhodo Island champion. Kltler waa 35 out In and continued thli sort of golf until the match was over by an S and margin. In the third division A. V. Huston, Saint Davids, emerged a winner over W. Lv Allen, Huntingdon, by the narrow margin of 1 up. while H. I'. Far rlngton of Woodland defeated K. W. Flake of Oakley for tho prizo In the beaten eight of the first sixteen. BELLALU MEDALLIST DEFEATED. Oardaer Imes te Haaaphrera) Errat Play la Second Division. Billeajs, Fla., March 11. In the sec ond round of the Bellevlew amateur golf championship to-day C. 11. Gardner, Providence, who waa the midalll't, was beaten by 3 and 2 by K. O. B. Humphreys, Huntingdon Valley, H. W. Harvey, Phila delphia Cricket Club, beat De Witt H.ilch, Cincinnati. 1 up ; Joseph Head. New York, beat O. It. Ilalch. Cincinnati, 1 up In nine teen holes, and H. L. Phillips, New York, beat W. W. C. drlfiln. Whcaton. 4 and 3. Even play featured the second sixteen. T. P. Coin, Duluth, beat It. Macdonald, Garden City, 1 up : John Dunlap, Jr., Pittsburg, beat F. E. Compton. St, An drews. 1 irp : C. A. Munger, Philadelphia Cricket Clul). beat Oeore W. Johnson, Ardsley, 1 up. and K. K. Ulspham. Phila delphia, beat E. P. S. Wright. Haltusrol, 1 up. ALL EYES 05 ENGLISH GIRL. Mln Havenacroft Attracts allrry n Plnrbnrst I.lntta. Pineiiurst, N. C, March 11. The popu- larlty of Miss Gladys Ravenscroft. the English girl who holds the American golf title, was attested to-day by the b'g gallery which followed a mixed foursome, in which, partnered with Irvlntr H. Kobe son of the Oak Hill Club, Uochester. tho pair defented professional Donald J. Itoss of the Plnehurst Country Club and Mrs. IL H. Harlow, former Eastern champion, up nnd 8 to play on the two point sys tem of scoring. Robeson's 79 was tho best Individual score of the day. Ross made 82. Miss Ravenscroft, SS, and Mrs. Harlow, 92, RUNS MILE IN 1.36 4-5. Castoff From Camden Stable Mrpa Fast at Joarfi, Juarez, Mexico, March 11. Another record went by the boards this afternoon when Chrlstophlne, a castoff from the Camden stable, ran a mile In the handicap In 1 :36 4-5, beating a splendid Held of thoroughbreds. Chrlstophlne Is entered In the Oaks, which Is run at Church hill Downs this spring, and the Western contingent believe this filly will beat any of her sex at a mile. The former track record waa maae nere oy uontie Chance early In the meeting. His time waa 1:37. Jockey Troxler waa suspended for tho rest of the meet for running Foxy Mary Into the fence. The summaries : first Race Four furlongs: two-year-olas Masnlk, 104 lOrmiil, 4 to i. won; Miuon Harber, 101 (Cavansughl, to 1, second; jospnna xaraia. iui iiom, oui, imru. Tin. n.i? i.flriv rranrlcloui. Little Harry. Mis Cottonwood, Wahaloty fend Daisy Btevens also ran. Heeond IL&ce un mile ana nn eiinui Lord Klam. 112 Ulonman), 4 to 1. won; Prlncs winter. ii irtsneyi, io i, ii. Huaar Lump, lot (Metcalfe), 1 to 3, third. Time, HIS 1-5. Foxy Mary, Adolanie, Ursula Emma, nope ho ana r n ine sno ran, Third llace Six furlongs Senator James, 7 (Phillips), C to 1. won; nay u, u i.moui even, second; Stella Oralne, IS (Marro), : a i inirn limp. -D. dinrnn lu. msndt Cunningham. Stare, Upland. Klnr Hwlftsure, Old Ootch, Tom Kranki, Juilae Denton II.. usu oiearna . itui Fourth Bscs One mlle Chrlstophlne. 10J (Mott). S to 2. won; Ilert Oetty. 10S (MoIps worth). to S, second; Curlicue. 10: (l(lll), t to 6. third. Time, l:l 4-6. Orlln Krlpp, Pansareta, John Iteardon and Truly also ran. Fifth Race Five and a half furlongs Heneca. 110 (Oontry), 4 to 1, on: Dominica. 103 (Taylor). 3 to 1. eecona; J. u. uooinsou, ,,; ViWii 'i fn third. Time. 1:0S 3.S f-r! nnniR ninifotn. Cdmond Adams. Janus. Blrdman and Quid Nunc also "Sixth Race 8lx furlongs Lons Btar, 105 (Moleaworth). 7 to !. won; InUn. 116 Mlnffm.nl. 1 to 1. second; nutterball. 11 B (Howard). 7 to 10, third Time. t:l!t 1-6. Buperl. Tight Roy. King Radford. Dallght and araya ravorns also rai. CHARLESTON RACING RESULTS. First Race Two-year-olds; four furlongs Stalwart Helen. 10! (Murphy), 7 to 1, wont I. May. 109 (Teahan), T to 1. serond; K.niV 10(1 (Callahan). 6 to 1. third. Time, X ., k n.nhAlmi. Frmasrarde. ltlsuialu tin. Burgeon Unalera. Puge Whits and Racy '"ff.ond Race Flvs and a half furlong rhllion Ousen. 110 (Knight), t to Z. won ..... u. I iia tw Taviork. I to 5. serono t . H.inr.l'la. 101 (Kecsh). 4 to 1, third. t.iAn.K r.a Aurora. Flying root .t.na.' m.h Llsht. Irlshtown. Tha Turkess vtm ntrrv alio ran. Third Race Flvs and a half furlongs Ksthir niuea. 1 (Irvln), 20 tp 1. won; liVnotlc. 105 (Murphy). 3 to 1. second: Ethslburg II.. 104 (.Neander). out. third. Si i It 2.6. Mollis Richards. Henrietta W., Cur d'Alana, Phsw and Lou lv "Vonlth Race Blx furlongs Elwah. . 10 ,,."-..... i to 1. won: Robert Rradley. 112 (MoTsggart), 1 to J. second: Grosvenor (Martin), out. third. Time. Ills. Crar iilrhael. Cersopsts and Fellowman also ran. Fifth Race Ona mile and twenty yards npellbound. 109 (Waldrun), 18 to 5. won . .....4 SI (Mnrnhvl. 4 to 6 second: nua i.;; ,.;;rvi t third aruui Urane. Tims. l: 2-6, Tom Hant ock. Patty Resan and Oallsnt Boy a so ran. Gallant Boy SJ.?.h?a ImoiiS. bill was dtaqualinad for ,0"!' n... n mil t.adv Innocence. ., ,o ul.rnhtl. 1 te I. won: Carbureter, 0 ilrrTaaaarf). even money, second; Opartn, iS. iw.uiav). i to 1. third. Time, iiss, Fellow; Hunaulds. Batouchs, Hrhallar. aiy raitot, ou,.-. -Tanunda and Irlak kid alio raa, AMUSEMENTS. stti Av.,43-44th.Dly.alt.a. BeatSeatsll.BvsJ. 1 A CI O II OF THE WORLD'S week! AiERiOA gl Ah. Ixel could )ou and 1 with lllm gr V conspire to trasp this sorry Scheme of Tl In i Th nn tntlr. urmtM tint hfttfi n it to i It in bli nJ then rr -mould It nearer HI a to the Heart's IM-slret HIGH JINKS With Stella Uathrw A lorn lewis. fl The one pecUculardramalte triumph ft H nf the season U UlchanS Walton Tully's Tl ft Perslsn love-play, "Omar the Tent- gi fl maker." qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq LYRIC 5d, W. of n'way. Evs .!. umlneea Wid. A Sat. 2 II. BLANCHE RING I M SuppurtrU ! ttAiiifi CU.NUtt I SUILKS. qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq fj If you have Inst the spirit or youth, fl and no lonrer rare for romaore, ft Uirllls end speetaclr.do not go to see j Omar the Tentmaker." Til (11 1 ATI The..th,V.of BVay.En.l:IS.T jitUIII,ineeaTo-1ySat.:t5. Tl ' b - is tl-. ttt 1 Sn '8UY BATES POST "in tl Fnil rllrr 'l-piil Im-n t'y a "OMAR THE TENTMAKER" fl lly Ulchird Walton Tully. fl The Acme nf Laxarlna Htagerraftt If Company of 100 fj i SHATS 4 wi-VkS IN AIWA NCI'.. Tl qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq fl Since the patslne of lllrhard Uansfleld fit no artor has achieved the surcest In a Tl gi treat romantic iwrt that has come to gw Guy Ilatrs Tost as Omar Khayyam. qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq SNUIERT Thea. 44th.W. of D-y. ET.S15. Matinees Wtl. Sat. 2 15. A THOUSAND YEARS AGO qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq (I The entranrlnt rnntsnee of a rose- ft t; scented (auten In old Perils Is near- Tl m Ini Its hundredth performance Ui gj jj New ork at ihe Booth Theatre. "J qqqqqqqqq5qqqqqqqq PUYHIBSE N.-Vi.-S"-1'-THE THIHOt THAT COUNT ' The plat that holds yimr interrst at (he feattst point whra not ailing yon with laaghter, yet t'O.MAI.M .Ml LVIU cflflflcqcfljj! In a reason ctiaraclerlietl hv short- aT cast plajs and Ineapenslve pruduc- a fi lions, Omar uie Trmmakrr aunds Til supreme as the acme ot sumptuous am since Adornment enacieu cy a com- T "J peny of 100. 1J 4TIIHT.THn.K-.8I0. Uats.Todaya Sat. MFAHON'S LJ.U m It. To-day nUidKST lllBlF.li alailnee success. ' H II. Io. NEW TIM Coatlnuoua 1 toll alala. lu-M. Mlbu, IU-J5-M. "FA.MttMAN ' and oiiiir Itulutts. Ml'RK-4 T II ILL. Kvn.S'lS.norlesqae.lMat. Iirt.l.l t 4K ItljaiTl ItllM. iTndar N. Y. A. C. MARKSMEN WIN. Mslir Sl.'l Kills Oat of 25 In Team Match at Sportsmen's Shoii, An Interclub team match eaturfl the trap ahootlnr evciiM at the Triived and Hport!ncn Shaw- In Clraml Central I'al ace yeaterday. Th teams were com posed of the mn, each competitor nhoot Ins; at fifty clay bird. The Nw Y'ork Alluetlc Club representatives captured the ellver trophy with a lotnl of '.'1 3 kill out of '.'SO birds. The summary: New York A. C K. 1 Hpotte. 46: D. F. McMahoti. 43: A. V Church. 4: J Hen. drlckson. 44, Oore Corbett. S. Total, 313. Marine and r jeiu riuo--r 11 ytepne naon. 41, Dr. Hauer, 31: E. It. Lou. 37, C, K. J. me,, 37; J. F James. 33. Total, 1S1. New nochell- Yerht Club A. H. Itlchard- son, 33; J, H. Thompson. 31: . J. lircn- nen. 31: ti. 11. jtartln, 33: j, r. uonovan. 33. Total. 110. Knoll ood country Clun SI. Mcvoy. 31 : II. H. Shannon. 80; T. F. 'Wilcox, 34; Frank M. Wilson, 34: E. T. Fox. 31. Total, Ui. Port Washlnsjton Yacht Club U. E. Bmlth, : I- D. Smith. 33: C. E. Hyde. It: C. M. frankard. 21: C, L. Thompson, withdrew. Total, 131. Tha tie between A. IJ. Rtchanlson and XV. S. Sllk-worlh. who tlesl at 43 on Tues day for the hlsjh in prlre. una shot oft yesterday at twenty-live blpdn. Itldhard- Hon won, wlui nineteen breaks to eighteen for Bllkworth. P. RprliiRer. a fourteen-year-Jld boy from Wllmlnarton. attractnd much attention, breaking; thirty In his strlne of fifty birds. A. n. Itlchanlson apaln tlenl for the day s littst e-ore prize with Ifi In the amateur qualifying round, this time with V. R. Stenhenoii, Tho fly and bait c.'thtlntc conipetltlotm have been postponed until to-morrow ami Saturday afternoons and evening". Tho tallleei: Amateur Quallfylnr Hound. Fifty Clay Plseons F. II, Stephenson, 4(i A. II. Illch srdson, 46; It. L. Spotts, 41; Dr. Sauer, 45; .1. Hendrlck.on. 44; V. Ilockrr. 43; 31, n. Foster 43, Georie nrcy, 43; E, von Lengerkr. 43; W. H. Sllkortb, 43. Professional Shoot, HO Clay 1'lceons, to Date I, M, Hawkins. 230: II. 11, Stevens, 321; V. Hammond. 212; Neat Angar. 201; V. II Darton. 10; E. It. tYIIbur. 114; J. 8. Fanning. 176: C. F Wlnslow, 171, CLINTON SWIMMERS FAVORED. yollmer of ftnrant Ieclare4 In ellalhle for Title Kventa. An unusually lares entry has been re ceived for the high school awlmmlni; cham pionship events. The trial heat In trie 220 yard swim and the plunre for distance will be held In tho C. C. N. V. tank thla afternoon, and the finals of all the chain, ploniihlps will he held to-morrowi evening, To qualify In the final In the 220 yard swim the competitor must finish first or second In the trial heat, while tho qualifying; plunge Is sixty feet. IJe Witt Clinton, winner 01 last ear s championship, Is araln the favorlto for the title. It has fourteen entered In the various events besides two teams In tho relays. Townsend Harris Hall has twelve entered and two relays. The other schools are Erasmus Hall, Commerce, Stuyvesant, Commercial, Curtis and Morris. Herbert K. Vollmer of Htuyvesant, holder of tho 60 and 100 yunl champion ship titles, and recordholder for the fifty varrt swim, was declared InellKlble yester day by Harry C. Newtown of Townsend Harris, chairman of the awlmmliiB com mittee. Vollmtr was expected to win at least two titles besides atdlnc materially toward his school's wlnnlns tho cham pionship. Baton Leasts Wesleyan Flee, Mipdlktown. Oonn.. March 11. Arthur C. Katon of Weatlleld, Mass., will lead the Wesleyan busUetbull team next seakon. tie was elected captain at a meetlnK to-day. Katon haH played nt forward on the Wesleyan five for three yenrs. Twice ho was chosen aa a member of an ull tjpw England flvs. 1 f?lMatejnle?e B"J AMUSEMENTS. akaaaaasanSSaAasal WINTER GARDEN tiS?f5: aiallnee Tolav at 2. tml Seats tt.SO. AraERlTHE WHIRL IF &MlN I THE .WORLD TWO MAYORS AT ONE SHOW Mayor MStchel and Ex-Mayor Fitiierald of Boston Both At tended and Applauded the Whirl el the World Last Night. .Sunday Nlfht Concert, tlest Dill In New York. 44th Sf. THKATItr, near D'way. i:v HKI )H ITop. Phone 72BI Dryant. Kvs. at The Mats. Wed. and Sat., 3. Makes Father Knickerbocker Midnight Girl Rub HIh Eye tTIIE Ianti. EOMNIA KUREt with GEORGE MACFARLANE Extra Mat. St. Patrick's Day. COMEDY 4lst nr Il'way. Evs. S:15. Matinee Saturday 2-.IS. KITTY MacKAY PRINCESS? THKATRR. SSIh nr U way. s,sj. atai.sai ..iu times4 THRILL IUIS RPai.NNINO Wr.DNKSDAV. MAPCH IS, colTiu'iv MARRYING MONEY SKATS ON SALi: TO-PAY 1 Sunday at 3, Concert. Saplrsteln, Pianist I ITTI F w ,l wy i:a.S:4S. Ihe I'nlqae Tbeatre of America VW.VUIIN.I' A UPS I'r--nH BERNARD 8HAW8 An.a'in ( ,dt ''tup puir AxnrifKH" EAIjeatjfnrUiifiiJliBS'iiiJi.aB MAXINE ELLIOTT'S HELP PvS- Zft- "iali'.t: WANTED St.Patrlek aPayAWtd, 4fiw M JM sjpicial Mattnev St. Patrick.' It), 1ITII (T TUBA.. Narn'sT. Bvts.sao. J3I!I Ol. Matinees Wtd. 4 Sat., 20. T ULL CARF VANIS-rs AT TOO MANY COOKS "(,rrat laaghlng hit."-Louis V De Foe, World. GORT 4lih St., E. of n'va ll tt'war r.sis-2i. LAURETTE TAYLOR alatlD-ea Wed. ASat iSO. "PF4. 4P Mi 111.4111." CORT-SMclal T-m'w at 2s!t Sriitnn nf (he lour Speelal Matlaees. LAUIETTE TAYLOR &&VW.r In Three One -Act I'ltjs by J Hartley Manners. MANHATTAN O )p. no. I.AJ4T ITK : TUt I I IDF i:v. a Mat. sat. 2 l-rlc-sisc toll STA IVfi XKXTMOV i Wl j,IIuY THE CHRISTIAN Halt Calno a Maslerpme lu Motion I'lrUin s. Prices 25c. o UK. lloxrs ll.ux seats .Now, METROPOLITAN WEfc Today Mat. at 2. Hop. I'rlcr,. Hatter n. far rar. lornla: Martin, bcottt. Cond.. losranlnl. Ta-nlchf at I. Tales of Hoffmann. Hemprl, Alda, IJotl. Mautourit, Join IVlliy, Hon. icr, indur SeffurolA, lieUs. Cond ., I'olscro, Krl. T30. lioetlrrdaemnirrunc, Fremstad (iter.Ileri.-rr, Well, tiorltj. ltuvdael Cond Hertz Mat.ai; t.lrl of (lolden west. Dentlnn.Caruvo, Ammo, tilllv. I'ldur ond I'olaroo .Sat.eis Pop. Prices Knrntasklnder. Fftrrsr Itobrson; Jorn.ttorlt.Pel.Hu) hdarl.L'ond Mr rtr siun. Lie. t oni rrt. Socinll.M. I arrrno.tirrai est Woman I'lanlstr. Homer, I ornla;scI.IetcAOrr Meat Mob. at 8. Jullen. I'arrar. Caruso, Ollly , IletM. Ananlaii, Cond.. I'olarco, I wed. at 8. I.locunda. Urstli n. Homer: Caruo, Amatn, Serurola. Cond., Tnsranlnl, Thura. fop. Prlre Mat. at 2, Hnirnkarallrr. I Ober. llempel.Case; Gorltr. Allhoiue, Leonhardt, Hel. C'otul., Ilcru Ihurs. at 8:t5. losea. I'arrar: Martin, Srottl, I'lnl-Corsl, ltol. Cond., l'olarci. IIAKUMA.N PIANO USUI!. I CEHTURY ' LIS!' 'Ml H'JII ST. .Mlfiin si s. uats. eu. ft nii. t 2 This k A Nit Mon.. AII)A." Wk Heir. Nxt Tuc... -TlKt UM," (Usrta of tic luiand). SUNDAY MOHT CONCEItT. 240. to ll.uj. CKNTL'HY OrKILt HOt'SI'. (ltT.t'MI 43I) ST Ilcflnnlne XlomKy. Marrh M. (, VLA UTtK. 1 ni r.u uitaj4i ir.i 1 present Y O R S K A Mon.ATues.."Lri VOLKUP": Wed Alt. jrv.N.M D'AHC": Wed. Nlfht. "JRANNP ll'AHC" ft "CI.KOPATItK-.-Thun.. LF MAUI AMril-lil-tt de LA !KMMK":lrl..Mk-ht.St Mat ftSatMrht. UELAXII." Prtrea anr in 11 a. SKATS TO-DAY TOH ll.STIIli: WI.TIC, 4.Alttt.4;iE HAM, Tor... Mar. IT. at N:.1(l. uir .1 it. conn 1 vrrtini nurcaii rrreni COMMANDER E. R. e. r. C. Ba. ft. N. EVANS Second In Command of the Scon South Pole Kxpedhlon. "in ' 111 lertiirr nn CAPTAIN SCOTT'S LAST EXPEDITION The Story fccolt uould hate told bad be returned ame from the South Polo, Illiistraied by beatitlhil Moving and colored pictures by II, a. I'ontlng, I' It. (!. S, lir.MI-ADWIIIAI I'f.MtY will preside inserted Seals 12 ( to JOc at Hall IRVING PLACE THEATRE, rvlrw I'l. NKXT i:n , MA IMTI I S.TII ISh-AlN .Olt j 1 hin wn i it lit. 1 1, a.MI IWUA BERNARD SHAW'S PYGMALION IRVING PLACETHEATRE Ev. Main Sal. Mat. HA.'.hl Ait.NST Al.h'l . I III, CIlltlSTIANS In ZAPH NhTltKICH llnpsl. PARK TIII:ATRI-., 1, 3), 7, 8M5. Ad in. 2Sr THE DRUG TERROR fl i ATI'S! 01 Al L MOTION TUILlUS. VITAGRAPH B'uay 44th St. To-d v i-M A h'M P. M. A MILLION HI II 4 tJOODNESH GltACIOL'S. JOHN 11 UN NY A CO. at S.'iO only. II A. M, A iJO P.M, Orch. llrclwl tt hp'i-'l hclures H AMMI ItSII'.IN'N t.lrl In the Muff" Kiirnpesn Novelly "IIA t lll'aii:-' lannle MrUe, belle Illaiiche.Mofn llcts. of Hate, Vallon Schcpps 15 others, nOLUIIIlA ; IURLESQUE Mm KOMI. I DILI J. frritenU .lllli.Mi: WKIILIt w A Her rAMOl's L4INUON lim.l.l.N. ACAD11UY OP MUSIC 44Tk re..n:e..," i4st.irv I'l. Mat. tun,- in Conspiracy Next We k-TIIK WHOM! HAT. Wi:H' tt'S -. 1.7 A tt. -JIMh Nt , llrtiadway, THE GANGSTERS 25c. 5 TH Av. Il'teay & ' H SSth St. llnlly'.Mi&Rllt Cl.AIIIK ItOCIIKMTltK. "AltCAUIA," McConnell a Simpson, R othera. I'araeate l. ''. i'Mv. Inr. Sun., J:l5- IS. I ast3 " ks I Cf C EC M.W.JtW. IH'tio'.s "JIa.HHsll.CviitlitsSViip HOTELS AND BE3TALKANTS. 14th Street, near Ith As. AMTJHKMKHTS. iy.W TOR K-SJ I JCA B IXH THKATRES A HO Jl tTrrs-rS. TJRTSIR TmUTRFA ANB ATTRArTIANS rTATF. NO BKALINna WWATKVF.R WITII THK TTHON IO. THE BKSJT HKAJn rR ALL rrsrwlaiAN( FSI CAN BE OWTA IWFH ninF(.T AT THK BOX OPPIfVH AT THT. RKGIXAR PR ICF.ft. EMPIRE Droedway A 40 31. eves, at 130. Matinees Wed( Sat. 190. MAUDE ADAMS In J. M. Harris's Faatastlo Comedy THK UKOEND Or LKONORA by the Author of "I'ETRH PAN," IAIETT Henry W. P'WAY 4 4 HT, K-ea. 1:25. Matinees Wed. A Sat.. 2 20. Savage's "Down FsM" Comedy. CAME riivrn ari'if. nar urnoi pan MP. tnat. MIT I.I.MJ4 AND MOMKLT MENTIMKNT," -Press. IELASC0 44th SI.. K.of H'stay. Eves. 825. Uailnra Tnlair 7 fn. FRANCES STARR in "Tn SICNKT" snnsjaBsjsnnsjaisr! II ga. te st.. nr. H-TsHT ULa.1 Un B way (Pop t Bat. US). HlllllPlf'e D'way A .Wlh St. Kvea. 830. CYRIL MAUDE K-hT. In the 'I teinendoasly QltllMgV Successful Comedy Urania iiranin - NUDSOI W 44th St.. i: nfllV.ny Hvs.OO. Matinee Saturday J v WHAT WOULD YOU DOT M... laO.VliAYf MARGARET NIGH i rts lu stay. lion., Tues. a tu. "As Toa Like It." Thurs..Frl. Sat. "Tne Tau-lngof th Shrew." ANGLIN CSIaln 2S St atAw, 25r. toll. Mat. Sat. amnttat , Ann Swlrhiirne.The Medrati Imchess" , xt Mod. "Ni arly Msrrlod" with Hniee McRae PHILHARMONIC ,((1I1Y 1K M t X'llK. JOStr NlltANHKY. tONIIfCTOR . Tu-asorrow (Kttdal Aflernooa at UIO. SoloUl. LEO SCHULZ Violoncellist. W I'Hl tt. Otrnure "Der IrrUrhueti: SCHU MANN, Ciincrrio lor Vlnlnncfllo and Orcheytra: MKNlin SSOllN-IIAnTIKH lV. from "A Mid summer .Nljht's Uream"iSCIIUIli:itT, Symphony ijtHWMi' ItAI.L. TlrVrn nt ntTiee. ROOKLYH ACADEMY OF MHSIC i Suntlat Atte-iioen at Silts. Milnlit, Xtne, JULIA CULP 4-arargte Hall. Tat-aaarrow (rH.)Rrc, at HllB. VIOLIN nilCITA' Y S A Y E tL-n. tift-nar,t Oaartir Cenltirr llulldlof Fund under the 'nlcn Itramatlc A'n. Prorram i Includes f4AINT-Ar..' i-oncrtp: TSTAS.1. Vlennolt'l 1 IKl'STr-MIa llaUade and Polo nale. Tickets 50e to 12 oi at Hox OrBce ELTINQE 42d St . W. of n'way Pres. 8 16. Velrrc Went & .sjtt 2't5 COHAN A AST0R ll'vay, 45Ul St. Ee 820. Uil'Unl Sat. 20. (tlllAN'S nr.T VIA.1. Laughs Mj-trry Mrlodraana IhMII I nllflPDC W sth St.. La.l tee'k. LS!!Gi!PRE THE LAST RESORT NKJfT A PAIR OF SUES" TIKIS. WINTER RKSORTK. EWJEKSKt. Attoatto air. ROTH The Refreshing Salt Sea Air, Bright Sunshine and Excellent Hotel Accemmodations Make a Long Stay Seem AH Too Short at Atlantic City America's Famous All-Year Resort Atlantic Cltv. the Mecca of thousands durlmr the Lenten season, be erh t ear durlrf this period. HV day or nlcht the famous boardwalk- Is ri?tv. and of many contrastlni colors of fashkia. The ilellchtful climate of the resort, with Us unendlnr attractions, t ..iiMinrnst the globe, and the leading hotels ore noted for the excellence of their service a,u, accommodations. j, will furnlth full Information, Hotel llennla American Tisn. Open Kntlre esr Walter J Purby Uotel St. Open Nevrlln The Mielbaraa European Plan J NVelkrl. Mir. Hotel Mtrand Always 0;n F. 11. on and II. O. Kdwards, tialrn Hall ITiilet and Srnatortun: l", U Youns, Mer. MarlboroBih-Blenhelss ltoth Anierlrsn and Uuro- ni.AM I'tPnit. Joslah While ft Sons Co. Conwnlent through trains In via Central 11. K. of N. HOTEL CHELSEA Occupying antlrs bloik of n front. risiiinnLDii L,na ivi htvs,iw.i. - - - DHoiei GIXIVIS struttrie crv.v,. The hotel with the distinctive f.slurea Facta 1 tbo sea and overlooaint the famou Hoard walk. Every room connected wit nrlvato bath or bating hot and cold runa'n ater Capacity 8Q VLTPRJ B"7.is lyadlnir hlih-ciass moderat" rate hotel. IIOCU1DIC Virginia A e . near lleach, Bbatit AlDtMAKLt hratod roomv ei-vgtor. piUato laili . sun p.rlirs. I rrnch chefi,, ew-nhig din -tiers, .Special winter and numerate. 13 itpiWHv. tic ip re lily Ib.iHet J I COI'K ntarn0T0iigb - SlenDctm ATLANTIC CITY. N, J JOSIAH WHITE A SONS COItrANT THE WILTtHIRE beach. Ocean view. really Improved snd refurnished. Cap. 350. Private baths, running water In rooms: elevator Ac. Music. Siteelal-aiJ.lo up tteek y- 3 V up nlly Open all year Hoo'dei SAMtll 1 t'.l.li. THE EASTBOURNE Pacific Av opp. l'aik I'l . oi,eaii tlew, high mod;ra,rVa';..b"oAo';b 1s.'?l BERKSHIRE INN vsrfff JuSSSi. end service. K up dally: 110 to 117 weekly. J fc DIChlNSON Lakewooa, LAUREL IN THE PINES LAKEWOOD, NEW JERSEY A delightful location lor winter visitors Fnuable and Invigorating climate. Ninety roinuiea from New York, via 0. B. H. of N. J. Superior road, and taollltlsa for automobile parties. All seasonable outdoor amusements. FRANK F. SHUTE, Manajar. MUsCEIXANEOl'H. For "Land of tha Sky" Illustrated booklets writs A. a. Thw.tttt, 244 Mb Ave., Mew York. lea ch.mbers with Prl'at. baths tfr.sh and ..a water), Orche.tra. cafe, grill, ate, 'n'n ?h.ls. Oolt prlvllew... Auto. 't "oN Uooklet. Open all ear. J. U. THOMtau.t Ji AWCTSjMJprTm. NEW IMtTPIIIlll w. 42dst. i:s.ais. nnaitainm 1Sst MM. SSt. 2 lAKf 4 1 IIISM. I .A SIT WAT. MAT Ktaw & KrUnfrr's New Musical Comedy THE LITTLE CAFE WHO.. MARCH Ist-.jteata To-Day Henry W. Savage will offer MAIDS I ATHENS A New Operetta by Victor Leon and Pram l.ehar (Creators of "ihK Merry tt'ldnwi, nngllth Book and Lyrics by Carolyn Wells. LIBERTY 42St., W.nf IVway. l-.vrs.8 2o! iii .-xiu t savaiu: 0 Iters SARI Trie mot mm 2 St., W. nf n'way. Kve.8 25. Man. To-oay a sat. Tin. 3 NOTHING BUT LAUGHS In THE RULE OF 3 Mv-cMArs,i:r(vea.,,s.r,2!T5v,,:,i' THE LAUGHING HUSBAND NK V()NtvV Nln'tr, ti t . day JULIAN ELTINQE In ll.K iniN4tUNi: t.IRL If! 35th St Performances 91. anntsn nr. Il'wnv SMAIMINI VICE TRUST SYMPHONY CONCERTS MIR lUPNti l':OPI.I Saturdij Aft., Marat. 14, at 2.31 ... . . JSt'w4 ""'tt'Ny OKCHhSTHA. MALI.KSJ,AM"a',c" Conductor . THK KVULL'TIUN Of THK OANCK rron prehistoric times to thp present day VHRNcfr?' CASTLB Tltts-atOslets I W..t4st, A 4 arswgleHall (araaale Hall, Nan. Aft., Marrh l, at 3. sasaaas Ijmi violin Hrclul-MPtCHA El m a n TteVets 7to to gl.nn, now at tlox Offlee. Mgt, WOLFSOHN P.UHEAU. STKINWAV PIANO CeUORCO VIEWS -MOTION tsiCTpnxa M'-NDAY NIOIIT at SJl. ilam ta f bassi CAHNKltr. HALL Al o D If MON MAT at 3 at NHW I KDKIN AMSI'KHUAM THKATHK. fflW repllUR PRICI-S-hrats lott- FVFITM'C MClIf Vf.lV TirATiCt . Pit! Ill fl slLII lURn inCHIIL COLOMIAL iWIIIUu Fa.t-rfhaai A t'Oa. WoM?ih" IIAILt MAT J&elA ,narn a 7 wr Acta ALHAMIRA MINNIF ut'PitKn i THIIIR IIAI1.Y UAT.tlc I-asky's "Beauties." others IQH 149 St ll.'UadeCllllnswater4a, 'sssssss 3d Ae ITrleiihone lAnrle." Little LlAll.V MAT. :tcBIII;, Kd W rnn ACo.. others I A NX 4 HELD, Tit IX IE FltHJASZA. LOUISE ALIIXANDKR. LOI IS IV A 41 St. ,SIUO. A in . LA Mill: IT WOO Mat. hea Is JOc. HALL. ANII Ol IIPIUN WINTEH RESORITs. NEW JEHBKY. Attsati air. the scene 0! lllc and have spread lis fsme Housej ratea, etc.. on application, harles "easlde House Open All Year F 1 Cook'i. .sob The llolmhar.t All Year. Haines Co. Oin All ear iteary inra'i The I'ennhorst. Open All ear It. Hood Hotel file I tea In the fashionable Chris, 1 eectluii. Open All Year J II. Thompson A t o three hours fnm New York J. or Pennsjivania n. It HSTRAN emANTK Alwata Open. Capacity 600. Ilrrpruof. sea Water In all Baths, Orchestra. Oarage. American I'lan. Lorated between the two great ru eati pfera. Booklet. ''VNERSHIP MANAOEMENT. WEST VIEOINIA. A EUROPEAN CURE Without fii.lntr to Furope vrtrrF. sulphur sppinos. w. va THE GREENBRIER" The World's Most litixurious Hoftort Hotol EUROPEAN" PLAN orr.N all thi: tfaii" The new bath rstahllshmcat rscels any thlmr In America, bating etery modern appliance. FHKD srrFRHY. Managing Director. J. II. RLoCL'M. Msnagr HOOKING I New Tho Plata. OFFICII I lloi.lon Copley Plata, 1III1IM., HOTEL CHIMBERtlS XX OLD fOINT COMFORT Diierlptlie Inkleti it Chamberlln Office, the Ilertha fturfner Hotel llureail, Ml'AlplTl Hotel I'hnue (Irerley 4700 Ahlt Mr Fo.tcr, Lord A T.iyinr ."tore, tth Ave 34th Hi. or :.'0 W ltd St . H.ivipond Whltcomb, 22S Ith Ate nil ruck s Tour ist onices. or address UKO I' ADAM, Mcr.. Fortress Monroe. Va Fl.llltlllA. tlOLFKRH1 SOITIIF.KN ranAmsK." THE 8ELLEVIEW BLLLK.WH II KKi II I S, I I.A., NOW OPEN. Two tislf Courses se It Ii Turf I'uttlng Greens, For lofnrmallon. boaklel, Ac, addre... II, l. H IXTON, Mgr. NEW YOHIi. BroniTllle. Hotel Gram a tan BRONXVILLE, N. Y. Open all the rear. Special Winter Wales. aniBSasasanasa, ii.iarw PeRCCT.4MmB UIH f iri'ItEME COL'MT. XliW.TORK COtTNTt; rLORllNCIS LEVT. SAMUEL LEWIB tt al.. oaf.mlaet." Ta pureuane of an Interlocutory Judgment far int piruuon na in or ma premltts hera- if tha premues hr made and sntrst Js tn. bearing date 1114. I. tka sMfJaf id Judgment ntmai. on at the New Ttirk inaitrr oeacriDva. auiy mane and enttrsa in' icnvf rntititn aciisn. lift. hf r.k..,. alined, th. referee In said will .ell at nubile auction n.al Instate HiIm Ron mi. Xni li.ic Vi Street, In the tiorouth of Manhattan, City of New Tork. on the ith day of March, 1114, t twelve o'clock noon en that day, by Jesnh P l'av. auctioneer, the premises with tha ulldlno and Improvements thereon directed by said Judgment to b sold and therein de scribed at follows! ALL that certain lot. piece or parcel at land it Ith the bulldlnrs and Improvements tliyeon, In the lloroueh of Manhattan. City of New Tork, known aa numbers 1:4, 115 and 1ZS Rait lllnl Slieet, nnd bounded and de scribed ns follows: finOtNNlNil st a point on the Southerly side nf 123rd, Street, distant ttto hundred and forty feet i:seter) from the turner formed by the Intersection of said Houtherly side of lllrd Street and the H.isterl)- side o' l'ark Avenue; running thence Southerly 4 parallel with Park Atenue one hundred fret eleven Inches to the centre line of the block, thence Easterly nnd parallel Willi said South, rrly side ot Hint Street nnd nlonr said ren tre line of the block teventy-flve feet, thence Northerly and sraln parallel with l'ark Atenue Ons hundred f.et eleven Indies to the Houtherly side of It3n1 street, and thrwt Westerly along eld Southerly elda uf lJIrd Street sfrenty-nve feet to th polr.t or place nf beginning, bs the said r.veral dimensions more ur lets. Dated, New York. Kebrtnrv 13th. 1H EnWAHIl II. MCCALU lleferee. STODUArtl) A MAIIK. Attumera for I'liln tiff. No. Ill TlroadtvHV. New York City The follnvlnc Is a diagram of th pretn Isea to be sold: Its street numbers are Nr.; 124. 124 and 124 East Itlrd Sireet. Borough of Manhattan, City of New York 12Jrd Street I40T N i Tha prsml.es ar t bs sold tn ona yaresV subject to any state of farts shown by an accurate aurvey, and auujei'l to existing tenancies. The approtlmate amount for taaei, ait. ments or other lies, upon the said property tthlch are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money or uhtch are to b paid by the referee Is Two thousand four hundred slsty-nve and 10-100 (:,4S.20) dollars, with Interest thereon. Dated, New York, Kebrunry 13lh. 1914. UtllVAIIU E. Mci'ALU lleferee. Tha sale In the above entitled action Is hereby adjourne.1 to March 23rd, 1114, at the same place and hour. Dated, New Tork. March Ith, 1114. EDWAHD E. McCALL. Iteferee. NBW YOltK HUP HEM K COURT. COUNTY OV NEW YOHK WILLIAM CHAVKOKD l'lalntllT, .tfalhft M.VUUAUKT M N AN ami otheri. DefernlutiU. In puraufttic of n JudRinent of for?iQ8ur and duty mtJ and tnterJ In th aborecntltltl melton &rwl tctttlhr 3ate th 2th flar of VVbruarr, If II, 1, th undr trned, thft rfferQ tn mIJ JurlKntfnt namd, 1U tfll at nubile auction, at th l.xchani Halraroom. No. y Strit tn th) HJrough of Manhattan, Ctty of Nw York, on ihi SOth aay of March. .914, al 11 eVlook Inoon on that ua. t Jo4ph r Iay. a'jo tlorier, th prinlfsj dlr""tPd by f.ala Jndr mnt to be noM, und therein Ucflcrtlxd k i followt; AIU that rtaln lot. pl?c or parrnl of Ik ml. v. Ith th liiit'stltiiKa ntl lmnruvininta thrfOn frecttJ, Htnatd. lylne aud btlur In the Unrourh of Manhattan, City uf Nw I l orV boundnd and dfi-ribaja mk rollowa: , HKOINNINiJ t a. point on the Muihrlr i v . :." ' .I ' . mvvi irri nciicii; iiuin hit- voiiir-. luiuir-j hv the Intersection of the westerly side of Ninth Avenue v.llh the southerly side of 4&O1 street, running thence southerly parab lei alth Ninth Atenue and par' of the dis tance throiiKh a party wall one ltunored (1001 feet four 14) Inches; th-ni's westerly, parallel with tCth Street. tnuty-nu CO leu thence northerl), p.trai;ei t lih S'lntk Avenue, one hundred (too) Met t ur (4 Inchts to the eoutberly aide of 4"th Street, ami thence easterly alone the ridd so1 Mirly lde of 4Sth street twenty-live, (3Jt f' t o the point or place of benlnnlnc. said prem I.e. belnir known by the street r.umN-r 4-3 I West ttth Htr-ei, In th It roukh uf Man hattan, City of New York. Diileu, rt-ew inric. .isrcn an., ivit (llXjnOK II UNor.l.HAItO, Referee. ItOWIIllS .y HAND.-. Attorneys lor ri,.li.t!fT. 41 Cetar St.. Manhattan. Nv. V -k N Y The fullottlnic Is u dlairrsm of he t-ropcrty to be sold. It. street number Ve.l 45th Street. 4Tth f treet " 1 II I ") N A i t Tha approtlmat. amount of the r. or charge, to aatlsfy -vhlch the a de" rlbcd propsrty I. to be sold, ta 120 i i 7. uh 1 tere.t thereon from the 14tli day of I'eb ruar, lv!4, together with the cot and Allottitnce amountlnn to 1494 tl tvltb Inter eet from February 84, 1.14. Mtsllmr Hh th. expen.ts of the Ale The aiproxlmate amount of the tases. -toessments and water rntes or other lletis. tthlch are to be allowed tn the purchaser out of the purchue money or raid by the referee, la lf.SI.S0 and Interest r-al.I premise. u,l be void subject to any sta'e of facts which an accurate survey toul.I show snd to the rlrhts. If any, of monthly tenunts under lettm. by the r. .-evr In this action Dated. Vets York. March 3rd 1314 OEOHOn H F.NOELIIAHD. Kefsrss. 51 Pltr.MF. tOUTtT NEW YOHK COUNTT - Lmplre Trust Company, plaintiff, again. t Itotary Com-ja.lnc Machine Company, ds fendant In pur.uance of a jungment of foreclo.ura and laU. duly mads end entered In th. abave entitled action, bearing date tha lllh day ot February. 1914. I. the under. Igned, tha referee In said Judgment namd, will .ell at public auction, at the Eichangt Sa.le.room, S'os. 14 and 14 Veaey Street. In the Uorougb of Manhattan, City, County and Stat ot New York, on tho lllh day of March, 1114, at 13 o'clock nnan on that day, by order of J.irrph I Day. auctioneer, th. propsrty directed by said Judgment to b. .old, and therein described a rnllow. All the right, title and Intercut of the Ktnplre Trust Coin pany, a. trustee, In and to tha following described properly: "All the plant, machinery, tools, patterns, fixture., furniture and propertlea, real, per sonal and mtted. of eter Wind and tesorlp tlon, owned by the Itotarr Composing Ma chine Company on the first day of March. UOI, Including all Its patent rights, applica tion for patents. Inventions, prlvl'.sg.s." Also the followlnr rstents referred to Is the mortgage described In the complaint: "No, IJT.ItJ April H. 1901, to FrIU Lucks, 'type. casting m.ichlne ' No. 741. Sit. Decemher ft. 1ICI to Frits) C Lucke d'Alt, 'matrix and Justifying de vice for linotype machine. No. 711. 47T. March It. Ill, to Frits C Lucke d Als 'llnotvp. machine.' No 7115. 47!, March It tS05. to Frits C Lucke d'Als. 'matrix tor linotype or Una, ouu Inr mt,hln ' No. 101 56H, December l, IIC5; to Frits 0 I Luck d'Als, llne.castlng machine,' and No IJ4.SM, November f, 1904, to Frlta C. 1 Lueke d'Alx, 'llne-caellng machine ' Dated New York February 14th, 114 WILLIAM U LEVY It. fers I The approximate amount of the lien r-t chnrra to satl.ty nhl'h the abov. de. rltei rroperty Is to t sold. Is one hundred and r.te thou.and three hundred ard forty elgh' .1105,341) dn'.lars. tt'lth Interest ttisreon from the ltd day of Jnnuirt 13.4 tiether tvlth the ' is t a anil a..)tvanc. amounting to 'tto hundred and n.netv-elght ar.d IO-10O , 1133. 10) rtcMnrs Dated !.' orf Fehrnsry tt'n. tale WILLIAM L. I.t t"Y. f;efere. HUMMONisEa. St I'ltllMlI COl'UT. NEW YOltK ' SUI.UMUN HI Eli all. und l-s.U' hi' lil 1 uintin., 0.-1CAK siLiji::.. i.iti,.Ui. Hummuii4 TO THK ABOVE NAMLD IHilkMi"! YOU AHIJ IIKHi:H SLMMi.N..' atiswer th complaint In th: h eerteacopvofjouransee-,Mii-i' , l- h tturney ttithln tBnt dayr .1 tke uf thl' .utnmon.. en-iushe uf cf .ervlco. nnd In cu... of uur u e t kppe.ir or answer, Judgpien- ai 1 again. t you by defaui' fur 'be re ,r d tnanded In Ihe complain: Dated, December tub 1115 JOStl'll HAI'INCKY. Vttor , ' r u tiff., Ofl;e and Poll oitbe a ir . Nas.au Street. Manhattan Hi uur vr York city TO THL AHOVK NAMUD DEl'L.NUAM OhCAIt SIllUhlL The foregulng uintn n I" e-r.o . v by publication, pursuant to ai i.rder . f H '. John Ford. A Jmtlie of the Hprema u't of the State of New York ,!., the .jnl clay of December 9i3 and Mlel i h th. i-ompluint In the office of the Clerk of th Count) of Ntw York at the C,un'y Court Huu.e. Mnnliattan lloroueh, New Vork Clt). on the 30lh day of lleceruber 15U Dated. New York, .lanuarv 31, 114 JOSKPH SAFINHKY attorney for Plain tiffs, Office ar.d I'sst Ottre Adrtrtss. St Nassau Street, Manhattan Iioioueh. New York Cltv I'lANOS AND ORtiANH. Ptrlnuay upright piano cheap, stored. ,, gsnt mahogany 110. OF.OKQE FCIILF.ICIIIIN. II West 14th St., n.ar lib Ave, New Y01V ft1 I O tf 1