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APARTMENTS TO LET. A magnificent, hlghcls, strictly fireproof atrueture, tha moat complete and elegant building of its class so far erected in this city. i 7, lO, 1 1 and 12 rooms and 3 baths, $2,300 to $4,000. ) Electric light, heat and refrigeration Included in rent. 'SPENCER REALTY CO., OWNER, Office Times Bldg. F. R. WOOD A CO., Agents. ryvm: 199 River., Writ for Booklet. J HIGH-CLAM APARTMENTS FOB BINT. The Wilmorc Court I .21 St Nicholas Ave. TELEPHONE. M MORNINOMDE. Elegant up-to-date 4, 5, 6 and 7 room apartments, all Improvements hall and telephone service j rents from $35 to $60. Inquire Supt. or Agent. C M. TOLSON, Agent. 174 WEST 149TH ST. TELEPHONE, SS4S MOR3ISG9IDE. pltaato (Entnrt Broadway, N. W. Cor. 139th St. Two Blocks from Subway Station. A beautiful, hirh-clasa building oommandtnf rnag-nulcent and extensive views of tha Hudson and tha Palisades. Highest point In tha city; healthiest situation. Apartments of 6 and 7 Unusually Large Rooms Appointments, conveniences, and Seneral finish of tha most up-to-date escriptlon and of a superior quality. Parlors And dining rooms with bar windows. Heparata toilet and waehatand In the servants' bedrooms. Ueneral laundry with steam dryers. Long; distance telephone In very apartment. Handsome entrance ball and reception room. Day and night elevator service. Uniformed attendance. Apartments will be absolutely complete In every detail on Oct. 1 5. Booklet with floor plans on application. BACHELOR APARTMENTS. One or two rooms and bath; all-night elevator; telephones; $3T0 to $1,200. ' Restaurant Berries. 55 West 33d St. Telephone 121 38th. SOUTHERN EXPOSURE" 345 WEST 85TH ST. Ksar Rlvarslds Drive and Park; sera apartments, f large, light roams snd bath sach. f 1.2S to 11.100; long-distance Ulcphons each . . apartment; electrlo and gas light; convenient Kth St. Subway station and surface cars; all-night elevator; choice r.aldentlal street; exceptionally quiet Plana of Supt.. premlaea. or Midlothian Company, owners, 121 Broadway, eor. Cedar. mendelssohn buildind Bachelor apartments Are tha finest apartments it this character la Nsw York city. All Improvements and levator service. They constat of two rooms, with bath. Tha rental of these apartments Includes electrlo light, heat, and tha cars of ths suites.. Several ara available now. AptIv on premises, lis West eoth at., or at TUB CLARK ESTATE. t.Ml B'way. JAM Overiaaklaa; Psrk every room light. v..?"1 Pr"nn of seven rooms and , bathroom; telephones, electric light steam ' : wallpapers to suit tenants: Kt.tS West or Bupr,n,,nden, Central Park SEVEN ROOA.S, BXTH7$l3r Hi. fr "T,n rooms and bath, ,44: ,,p ,r two rooms, frost, handsome entrance; steam heat, hot. ahlf upply; aoavenlent to elevated and Subway; opposite nt. Nicholas Park flee Janitor, 441 ft, Nicholas Av . corner 11 tth s THE PURITAN, w-siw ri 1UT leeTB ST., at. Broadway aad Amsterdam At. Hlgh-rUs Elevator Apartment. -" ap. aad bath. U4S per annum. - l?Jpt5' par annum. AHi.h srs"5' - W "th St nlsh? fr!?.tApfrm,n,: RacepUon Room; all-t I a ,,io Elevator. Superintendent. e. utUr'" Pmntr1"- ao.. us to $to. riT . 0K' Columbus Ar. ooe Apartment, seven rooms and bath, 10. Aftntv rt Iknltnr n n JAB. VAN DTCK CARD. WOO Columbus Av THE MARGARET ,, AUCVAiUR APARTMUNT, s 7r.ata, betweaa Lenox and TUi Ara. , a, large, light rooms; aao, 440. 445. aU fewveinanie. all ni,ht .l.v.tor serVlceTeleo. It earner UUpnon' CzrtM Kttbway Station BACHELOR APARTMENTS OAK DALE, 36-38 WEST 33TH oSlli f'n,1, rvlca; evrry modarn tm-fJHrTntL rnl'- 440 to ma, PaxUculaSs from aupertm.nt.nt. on premises. THE MANITOU Beae T -. .1 r -ST., aDartri.?,l f,"tmm,: lh-claas olerator re?m ,"n, '" : four and m to1!Jfl,bt,Ui "nt M'-MS-MO.!. Sapar- IW-alm'Sir.S. c",rr: XXr ,,r ". to Wl. hTLT 'n'1 bth- ht Pits ' " 'nrmwe; steam beat: hot-water supply; convenient to elevated anJ uh. f ."jw. i HtNlohnlaa A... cor. l.Wth. WAiHLNGTON AND JEFFERSON III ta w... n... - . VI " " suites or a. I. and I ms and hath: rent ..hi. l. "i." " J!I,h. b Av. Telephone iSMM0 irE'N6AVl SewB.nI ui"TH. AS, '""I fcH at llr... 0",1, "trmntB. four and Im.T- uny rooms and baths: all TJlm ,7.nt" " " Inquir; oa g f"" ' near ll&th at. Subway Btatlon. fit Tl?OT M (TIMW" - iaVrT iprnm:,"u: 1 ,mr- ,ht " ta 7i? '"ally attractive; reals tt IflEUYEHItR. I E,",,-- all" ImprovaT PrtvViVi "Ith A room J bath. f.T BO "tata aoues blorhAl rooms and bath. Cls.oa r , ly ta vipt. on premises. WE STORF your tuin.iurv. t . C ' ,l0 ala-t '-n a aaa-ana E,CAJ aTORAOfco" aviaa. posts I. .'tfl. Mtb at. j ietwyae i anarfrTent: i be Itsht ! -I.U. aparrAeot; esoeilant t i, iT- ""Hon; rent mf. Apply Janl -'"'a nouas liratloi' mi I' i wL,'",1,.". f. Ooo,ul rrns and bath; rents. WAtVly on premises. room, 'i- west New anortmewts, . V iau " . spenment. SA; eevesj larsa. rtwros, tlleJ bau; .team. Ill Was x3i APARTMENTS TO LET Waat Slaa. SPENCER ARMS Broadway, at 69th St Ilonsekeeplng Apartments BROADWAY, Cor. 80TH ST. aaarlataaaaat aa pyasalsaa.. The Warwick 92 St. Nicholas Ave. TELEPHONE. 947 MORNTXGSIDE. Elegant 6 and 6 room apartments, elevator, telephone and hall service j Rents from $38 to $55. Inquire Supt. or Agent. Uermvn Apartments I Broadway. S.W. Cor. 6 let St. A nswly completed 11-story fireproof bulldtna with an unobstructed outlook from practically every apartment. Macnlflcent view of Central Park. Only two BDartaneata asi a floor, arranged la suites f a. 10, aad 11 rooms, each pro vided with twa family baths aad eaa serraats' bath. pow Ready for Occn paney.v 7 Rents from a3,0O0 vSLAWS0N & HO BBS, k ' AGENTS, 284 Colambns Ave., nr. 73d St.g 43 FIFTH AVE., at the Northeast Corner of'l 1th St. AN EXCLUSIVE APARTMENT HOUSE FOR HOUSEKEEPING. Just completed. Telephone 031 Oramercy. Superintendent oa premises, AT TUB SHERMAN APARTMENTS, N0S. 155 TO Ul WEST 48TH STREET. "We offer a few choice aultea of 8 largo rooms and bath each, with heat, elevator aervlce, hot water, and kindred conveniences, at 51,000 to 51.200 yearly. Refined accommodations in the heart of Manhattan, a few feet from Times Square. Subway and surface lines. N. BRI0JUM HALL SON, Ml Broadway. $32-50to$5500 WITH Elevator AT PINKNEY and WATTS COURT, Ul-6l-ll- Wast 140th Bt. 8. t. and T rooms and bath. Electrlo light, telephone, ate. LIGHT EQUAL TO CORNER. STABLER A SMITH COM PANT. Tel. It River. 74 Columbus At. GARDEN COURTS, 118th. 118th Sts. and Bt. KlohoUs At. Six and seven rooms and bath. Very Urge ind Light Modern Improvements steam beat, hot water, e. OPENING ON LARGE GARDEN. Desirable locality; convenient to surface, ' I" and Subway; two minutes' walk from Central Park. Rents 9480 and Upward. Office on Press! ses, 164 St. Hleholas Av. Telsphons 804& Moralncslds. HIGH-CLASS APARfMENfT EXCELLENT L00ATI0N. NEW UP-TO-DATE BUILDING. N. W. Bnnia KlitkAlaa a a. tAi.t. a.. . . '"j f B.i TB nJly larae, brlht rooms and bathi elevator service; telephone In ovary ..hiii.ui, uaniKmaiT aacoratad; comnlate October let; rent $50 to fTSJtnjujreonjTeaa: THE ROSElVliaS; M 145-14T West I27th Bt. Beautiful four-room apartment, with shower baths, sleetric Usht, telephone, all-nlsht elevator, uniform service and very latest Improvements; rent S. THB LONQ ACRE, . TM AND TM TTH" A VI Xt'E. imraosnu; s rooms iT "" improvements; terms fa i. umremi tenants. APPiy ta R. W aterlow. 81 West KKh Bt. "tBe Adrian, M West T3d St.. corner Columbus AT Cbolcs apartments, eifht rooms and bath: rooms large and llrht; open plumbing ; convenient to all cars; terms reasonable. The viola jsksu. ' 141-141 West 117th 8t. Beautiful five-room apartment wMh shower baths, electric light, telephone, all-night elevator, uniform service and very latest tmnrovemenf s; r.nf iia THE UNCOLrT IM-11S West (1st; handsome new apart -menta of 4 rooms and bath; every Improvement; Huperlntendent on premteea, or Alem-ander Wilson. 41 eta Av. Telephone Ills 14th. IRVINMTON AND ROCKLAND. 1S6-142 West likh Rt. ; handsome, large, first, clase apartments, seven rooms, bath; steam heat: all improve menu ; rents. Iduo upward. Janitor. sllnd. 261 West UM l -Hl.h ,1 aparrnents; and rooms and bath: open plumblWsr. tiled floor, steam beat, and hot water sppy: rants. I2S to t-i , janitor. ' New elexVtor and other apartments: 4-e-e-T Urge, lilht rooms; all the latest Improvements; rents from 23 upward. Particulars Jarry s ReVlty Eachanga. BIT West 123th gu Inducement. 4: 1 14 west mfHTrt" uST Blngle floor, eight large rooms, tiled bath-ronm; Improvements; private boase appolat-meats: select: convenient. atodera flat on. tha west alde-rive extra Oera Hat on the trge Ught rooras aad ited: tmiotre etilareml kted: tnautre ewriarenlsM. ana ..ih a. - vihi iwnsi sh aau: nsinasanetv aeA. tsJCTOR 8 ELKVlST AAkTMEXT tM- atrsa rooms, bath, Ul Wast 10U Bt. THE IEW YORK APARTMl-NTS TO LET. XrVRwi9HED. -jy t in. Frank L. Fisher Co 440 Columbus Av Cor. 8 1 stSt STANTON.. ....... S noma aael Katk ..11 Wast list Bt. .'.IIS West Sid Bt. DEVONSHIRE.... S roans aad bevth..... ACKERLY.. 141 West Itlst St. ...1.10 to fl.l .114 Wast ISth Br. ....Ie .lit West 10th Bt. 0 and 1719 ,.101 East 15th St, I0 to $ 154 .111 West 11th Bt. 10 144 and 71 ..141 West 4th Bt. IttO ....1 West !d Bt. 172 and 10 ..101 West 7th Bt. 11.040 rooms aad S baths... Henrietta Court:.. rooms aad bath..... ROYCROFT.. E rMma flLttcl laflLth SWANNANOA S rooms and bath..... rooms ana oath...., UNADILLA , T rooms and bath...., f rooms aad bath SUMMERS BY....! First floor. 1 rooms.., RUTLEDGE ( rooms aad bath ORIENTA 1 rooms and bath CHOICE ELEVATOR APARTMENTS IN THE CITT'B Grandest Neighborhood. REACT FOR OCCUPANCT. THE 1 Handsome apartments ALTEZA. MS and 335 Wast 107th Bt, THE 5UBERBA, 27 and 339 West 107th Bt. THE ROBERT, 14 and Id West 107th Bt. THE MILLARD, 15 and 20 West 107th Bt. of and T rooms and bath; every known up-to-date convenience; all night elevator service; telephone In each apartment; steam beat; shower baths, electrlo light, hall service, tiled refrigerators; rent $660 to $840. The very smartest conceptions In high class apartments. 4. 3. A, 7, and 8 rooms and bath, and Including the most recent introductions. Every conceivable appointment ; telephone In each apartment, electric light, hall service tiled refrigerators, mall chute, all night elevator. Ac.; rent, 1540 to SU60. For further Information apply Superintendents oa premises. DON'T RENT '" AN IDEAL. FLAT IN THE Henley Model Apartments, Summit Ave & 164th St, until, having examined others, you admit that wa are right in saying that they are the best snd cheapest In ths city. High-class residential section, overlooking tspeeaway and Washington Heights; 7 minutes' walk from 156th Bt. Station 6th and Pth Av. elevated. Six Large Airy Rooms. Bath. Rents $28 to $32. Call, examine, and be convinced. Apply on premises or to Joseph Harris Jones, owner and builder, Ogden Av. and l2d St. PI I7ARPTH 8- W COR. B'WAT LiU&rlUU 1 If AND 105TH ST. Convenient to Subway and " L, " stations; T and 8 large, light rooms and bath; parquet floors; parlor, library, and dining rooms en suits; every modern convenience; all night elevator service; electrlo lights, telephone, Ac Bpacloua and attractive entrance. Rents. $8O0 and 11.020. POPTPI? A CO' B'WAY, AT 14TH ST. rmIL.ryttWV , 1M WEST 128TH ST. The STRATHMORE SZD ST. AND BROADWAY. 71 LARGE. LIGHT ROOMS. WITH BATH. RENTS, tloa AND f 1.6M. HORACE S. ELY A CO, 11 LIBERTY BT. 17 WEST 10TH ST. THE DOROTHY, 3.3M Seventh Avenue, Cor. 140th St: Modern elevator apartment house; 4 rooms. $35; 5 rooms. 3S and $40. Apply to Superintendent, or R. K. VAN WINKLES. 477 Central Park West, Cor. 108th Bt. 104th St.. (S West. Elegant single fists, seven rooms and baths, all up-to-date; lra- provements; 40. 441. fit. Apply janitor. Horatio Bt, 26. Near 14th St.. 8th Av. New building: apartments X.10 to MO. CHAB. 8. KOHLER, 9Q6 Columbus Av.. (104th.) East Side. An elegantly furnished apartment. Including draperies, piano, meals for two. 126 weekly. Van Rensselaer Apartment Hotel, 17 East 11th St. APARTMENTS, 14T E. 30TH. . Sevan large, airy rooms: tiled bath; steam heat: hot water; open plumbing; newly deco-rated; all latest Improvements: rents 153 to fm. Studios, 11B East 84th St., near Park Av.; two rooms and bath; heat and attendance; rents $4Q to 46. Plsom Brothers. 3S Broadway. Brooklya. Arms I6M6M71 Columbia Heights, Near Pierrepont St, Brooklya Heights. Several cholea anart menta wit v. splendid view of harbor. One to eight rooms, witn individual Data tor each bedroom, available (or season 1005-1906 In this NEW TWELVE STORY FIREPROOF APARTMENT HOTEL Brooklyn Heights as a residential section la to the Borough of Brooklyn what Riverside Drive la to Manhattan. For convenience to the downtown business man It Is the moat desirable section In Greater New York, being within a few minutes' walk of Brooklyn Bridge and Wall Street Terry. In appointments and service this hotel la by far the best In Brooklyn and equals the most exclusive in Manhattan. Restaurant, American and European plans. Inspection invited. Booklet on application. 'Phone. 4290 Main. Br sue TrL,rJ???A ? Prints hot water, parqust floors; elegantly deconued- iBnsait VI a t am in T3.AM. J. II . :.w ?va "tat wsio, bii improvements; Mount ver. inVIt P"M dr: 1,479 Web,ter Dear r"r,e rooms, bath, hot water. JIT rTTi WashlngtOB Av.. near 144th: sleV $10711. East 141st St.. east of Bt. Ann's Av? " Wasklmcton llelgkts. ' Washington Heights. .T?iJltlUn,!t,,1.'1 ,mo,t beauUful spot ,'T '- A high-class corner elevator "lllr. iMt completed aad ready for immediate occupancy; 4. 8, 6 7 extra JJUJj U ,,,ht room; renu from $39 BIO IXnCCEMEVT. Subway station within 3 blocks. Inoulre on premises. 47S W. 1th. ear. A met? a" ELSINORE 5rt4 W. 151 BT BT WlBUIVnAfW U Verves... S. 7 irarv la rarab llah smu,.. a e Elvtoc. Teltypbopa. Elexrtrto UghU ' Mod'mnu APARTMENTS TO LET. FCRVHHEP. Extra large furnished two and three room suites, with bath. 720 to 11.500: all - night elevator; telephones; restaurant service. 55rVest33d St. "r.i.-k-.. .... ..... e . "tyiiyju. .in t,tn. Aa elegantly furnished apartment. Including srSMrMS ,um. m. ul. . ... . . ---------- w. .ww. ... WKKir, Van Rensselaer Anartmaa ui.i ,e v.l. 11th St. ' V TDIE5. MONDAY. APARTMENTS TO LET. tvriHvilHEDr East lldVt. THp BARRIN0T0N 40-2 East 25th Street. Adjoining If adlsoa Square Park. Refined, oulet surroundings, and new Subwav Suite of 7 lart rooms and bath. Parquet floors, elevator, electrlo light, aad all modern appointments; especially adapted to people of good taste, and da-algned for oomfort. Rent 1 1,40. Alto Kite of S rooms and 2 baths ; Posseesloa at once: rent JLIM. Superintendent oa premises or , McYlCKAR, GAILLARD REALTY CO,, S7 llfth Aveaae. TeL 1441 14th. Murray Hill , Apartments 4th 5t.,5.W.cor. Lexlntton Ay. Choice apartments of sight large rooms na hid; aii-oigni elevator aervlce electric lights, steam beat, aad all modern improvements. Rents from 11,600 to $2,400. Sapcrtateadeat aa premises at all hosu-e. DeafUs Robiasea, Chaa, S. Brows k Ca 140 Broadway. ARTHUR HALL. N. 15. CORNER PoTH ST. AND MADISON AV. A NEWLY CONSTRUCTED. MODERN FIREPROOF APARTMENT HOC8E. LOCATED IN THE VERT CHOICEST RESIDENTIAL PART OP THE CITY, OVERLOOKING CENTRAL PARK. W MniiAt tf.nnwv in tvn. .1. . - u . . the grandeur, taste, spaciousness, and conven- cnw w to. .jisnneniH. a personal visit and inspection only can supply that. APARTMENTS CONSIST OP EIGHT AND NINE ROOMS AND TWO BATH8. SOMETHING A BALLROOM FOR DECIDEDLY VT THE EXCLUSIVE USE NEW AND NOVEL, QV GUESTS. RENTS. 11.800 TO 1.8no. ARTHUR E. SILVERMAN. Owner. Tel. 1752 7th. 6169 EAST 86TH ST. HIGH CLASS APARTMENTS BACHELOR APARTflENTS 8 to I rooms and bath; rents $50 to $80. t and rooms and bath; rents $45 to $55. References, Superintendent on prem Ises. THE AMBASSADOR, 8. E. COR. TTH A MADISON AV. HIGH-CLASS FIREPROOF APARTMENT HOUSE. JUST BEING COMPLETED. '7. 8, AND ROOMS, WITH t BATHS. Parquet floors, mail chute, telephone, and every modern Improvement. Apartments will be leased now from Oct. L Rents 11,000 to 11,600. C. M. SILVERMAN A SON, OWNERS. Office. 1.444 Madison Av.. or on premises. Lenox Court, 1 14 & 116 East71tSt, 7 AND 8 ROOMS AND 2 BATHS; elevator service, electric lights, telephone, Ac. RENTS S1.0M ta $iM. Apply on premises or to Chas. Griffith Moses, Phone 483S Cort. 141 BROADWAY. ST. IVES 153-5 EAST Hi ST. SEVEN EXTRA IARfiE ROOMS BATH. SUNLIGHT IN EVERY ROOM. Electric Elerator & All Improvements, $1,000 5 ROOMS A BATH ON FIRST FLOOR. A4M. VERY DESIRACLE FOR A DOCTOR. CLEMENT COURT, S5 EAST 99TH ST.. Cor. Mad lean Av. NEW 7-STORT F.LEVATQR. APARTMENTS. B, 6, 7 and 8 Elegant Rooms ind BUhs, With every modern improvement. Inquire office, 1.444 Madison Av. Renting REMCO System. Selected list of blgh-clasa apartments for any part of ths city, wrtta Broadway and both 8L or 7 East 42d St, Phone. 13U Rlvrrslde. or SS14 8th St. Lenox Hill, S. E. COR. MADISON AV. 7 TTH BT. Apartments of 7 and rootns to lease for housekeeping. Apply to Superintendent on premises. THE NORMA, 71-77. East 82d St, Between Park and Madison Avs. Only two choice apnrtmenta left; rent $05 to 170 per month: seven laree rooms and bath. Inquire of Superintendent on premises. ADJOINING 5TH AV. New two-family houstta. all Improvements: 11 rooms and 2 baths; t30 cash, balance mortgage; 5-story double and triple flats, upper west side. Rap pa It A K tenser, 652 Columbus Av And Central Park. S East 84th St.; seven rooms and bath; unexceptionable neighborhood; ele-vator: rent. 11.100; inspection between 2 and 4 L'AIGLON, 131 AND 153 EAST 81ST ST., Near Lexington Av. New 7-story elevator apartment; and 7 large, light, airy rooms, with every modern convenience ; rent $40 to 190. Superintendent on premises. "The Le Ona." ' 118th St., 14-21 East Five and sis large, light i oms and bath, new law building; all latest Improvements; rents 111-142. Look at them. Janitor, or MeCORMlCK. Madison Av.. cor. 12Wh. MThe Crescent." 12th St., 42 East. Seven large, light rooms and bath; all latest Improvements; one flight up; only $45. Janitor, or MeCORMlCK. Madison At., eor. 129th. TfieLOHELEV J. W. CORNER EAST WTH ST. A PARK AV. Superb corner apartment, entire floar; all out-aide rooms. Apply on premises, or to M. P. STEVEN 8, Attorney. 4 Pine St. ERNE8T TRIBELHORN, INC.. eor. 91st St. and Mad. Av. Tel. 1602 TVth We have a selected list of high-class apartments for any part of the city; rent from $500 to $0,000 ' per year. A. Steam-heated apartments, six and seven rooms. In the Schermerhorn Block. tth and 4th Sts. and Id Av.; pleasant outlook front and rear; the houses ara perfectly kept; rents 132 to $40. Firm L. J. Carpenter. 1.111 Id Av.. near 48th Bt ' Northeast corner Lexington Av. & 34th St Bachelor apartments; large, light rooms, bath; southern exposure: $420. Also 1 large rooms, bath, corner; southern aad western exposure: $540. ASH FORTH A CO.. 51 West 42d St. 120 EAST 34TH ST. Ths handsomest 9-room Apartment In the city, elegantly appointed, possessing every deslrsble feature that appeela to the very select; electricity and fuel furnished; rent $1 ou Bannockburn, SW31!- I4Mlrabl apartment on ground floor. BultAblo GANOGA 19-41 E. 17th 84. Centrally located. - rooms and bath. APARTMENTS . . . -vu-uKie. our'nnwBiwni on premises. BACHELOR APARTMENTS " 115 East 84th St.. near Park Avegue- two rooms and bath: rents $40, $45, Kni ijq ai. Improve merits; heat and attendance. Folsom Brothers, 833 Broadway CHALFON N. E. Corner APARTMENT OP 8 ROOMS Madison Av. and 7th St. nc-i I si.ooa The Petersrield. 188 2d Av.. Corner 12th St. Five rooms and bath. heat, hot water hall service; $34 to $3. John Peters A Co. 200 ... . - 9.-oi t at., near fetuyreeant Park. Five, alx rooms bath, heat, hall: telephone aervlce; $40 to $54. John Peters A Co.. 200 East 14th St. JOOn Hid 8t. 104-Sle East, Nr j,j Av. Four rooms snd bath: all Improvements: rents lll.ao. $ $; - L" express 115th St. Lexngton Av., Cor. 4rJh St. Elevator apart. ments; all Improvements: S room.: $.'iQ-gH0. 4tk 6u, East, 130. 6 and rooms, bath; steam heat. Lot water suppl; $30-140, SEPTEMBER LJ. ICC APARTMENT HOTELS. fH?MMHMIMMMMM) THE LORRAINE, :: t 5TH AVE. AND 45th ST. : t A FEW BEAUTIFUL APARTMENTS : 1 4. (INCXCDINO S Olf FIFTH AriXJ TO RENT, UNFURNISHED, FROM t OCTOBER 1ST. . V. I PAUL W. ORVIS, . t GEORGE C. HOWE, t THE HIGHLANDS !Z.J-: KHAR LEXINQTON AV. . VVZ? in nacUon with Hotel High, lands. Bright, attractive housekeeping and non-housekeeping apartments, with ona J!d, ,woblh Prtvata hall, on lease: t?"r n and bath $30 0o monthly Vrra" bath E5.00 monthly Six rooms aad bath $42.00 monthlv Nina rooms and bath 400 moSthl J Ail's?. !" two baths. ..i:o.00 monthly ,.JL," eUv!?r- apartment telephona. r22lardrtl- Dubu Parlors and smoking rooms, and unsurpassed restaurs nt. APARTMENTS DECORATED TO SUIT. MADISON AVENUE HOTEL, MADISON AV. AND B2D ST. Ready for occupancy Oct. 1st. , Apartments from 1 room and bath to ft rooms and baths. RenU from $400 to $4,600 per year. B. C. MINHEID. Mgr. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. STi PAUL HOTEL Beauu7ulfyrfuraiahad. . 40th St.. corner Columbus Av. ZOO rooms, private baths $1A4) per day Suites, parlor, bedroom, bath. . .$2.00 and up Telephone every room. Restaurant a la carta. John W. Wheat on. Prop. An elegantly furnished apartment. Including draperlea. piano, meals for two, tli weekly. Vsn Rensselaer Apartment Hotel. IT East 11th St. SUMMONSES. SIPREME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY. THE UNITED STATES LEATHER COMPANY, plaintiff, agalnat EDWARD M'CLEL-LAN. Ueorglana Dole, Grace Rowe, Emily Hersey, Mary Barnett, Edward McClellan, Charles McClellan, John R. McClellan. and Mary McClellan, his wife, (the name " Mary " being fictitious, the given name being unknown to plaintiff,) and William McClellan and Francis M. McClellan. If they or either of them be alive, or If not Mvlng. then their helrs-at-law, legal representatives and devisees, whose namea ara unknown to plaintiff and cannot be ascertained after diligent inquiry, and Ann McClellan. (the name " Ann " being fictitious, the given name being unknown to plaintiff, and being the wife of said William McClellan. or In the event of hia death being hia widow.) and Julia McClellan, (the name " Julia " being fictitious, the given name being unknown to plaintiff, and being the wife of said Francis M. McClellan if he be living, or if be be dead, then being his widow.) defendants. Place of trial Summon.. To the above named defendants and each of them: Tou are hereby summoned to answer tha complaint in this action, and to serve a copy of your answer on the plaintiffs attorney within twenty daya after the service of this summons, exclusive of ths day of service, snd In case of your failure to appear or answer. Judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded In the complaint. Dated August lAth. 1905. JAMES C. CROPSET, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and Post Office address. No. 26 Court Street. Brooklyn Borough, New York. To the defendants Edward McClellan Georgians Dole, Grace Rowe, Emily kersey, Charles McClellan. John R. McClellan Will-lam McClellan. Francis M. McClellan. and Julia McClellan, (the name " Julia " being fictitious, the given name being unknown to plaintiff, and being the wife of said Francis M. McClellan If he be living, or If he be dead, then being his widow:) The foregoing summons Is served upon you by publication, pursuant to an order of the Hon. Victor J. DowUng, a Justice of the Supreme Court of the Stats of New York, dated ths 11th day of September. 1905; and filed with the complaint In the office of the Clerk of the County of New York at the County Court House, In the Borough of Manhattan, City of New York, on ths 12th day of September, 1905. Dated Brooklyn Borough. New York. September 11th. 1905. JAMES C CROPSET, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and Poet Office address. No. 28 Court Street, Brooklyn Borough, New York. SUPREME COURT. ANNIE V. TAYLOR. plaintiff, against WILLIAM HUSTON, Robert Huston. Edith Huston, Clarence B. 8mlth, Mary Smith, hia wife, ths nsma Mary being fictitious, her real name being unknown to plaintiff; Melrose Real Estate Company, John Doe and Richard Roe, the namea being fictitious, their names being unknown to plaintiff, unknown owners of plots Nos. 54, 117, 1S1, 182, 182. 183, and 19T on " Map of ths Arden Property " or soms part thereof or having some Interest therein, and their respective wives. If any; the heirs at law of Mary E. Huston, deceased, and all other narsona who are the owners of said premises or any part thereof or who have any Interest therein, but whose names are unknown to plaintiff; Matilda Fraser, Jessie A. Smith. Bertha V. Kirech-baum, defendants.-Place of trial. Westchester County. Amended Summons. To tha above-named defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint In this action, snd to serve a copy of your answer on the plaintiffs attorneys within twenty daya after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and In case of your failure to appear or answer Judgment will be taken against you by default for ths relief demanded In the complaint. Dated August 19, 1905. DE LA MARE MORRISON. Plaintiffs Attorneys, Office Address: 299 Broadway, Manhattan. N. Y. To the defendants. Bertha V. Klrschbaum. John Doe, and Richard Roe. the namea being fictitious, theirnamea being unknown to plaintiff, unknown owners of plots Nos. 54, 117, 131, 132. 182. 183, snd 197 on " Map of the Arden Property " or aome part thereof or having soms Interest therein, and their respective wives, if any; the heirs at law of Mary E. Huston, deceased, snd all other persons who are the owners of said premises or sny part thereof or who have any Interest therein, but whose names are unknown to plaintiff: Ths foregoing emended summons is served upon you by publication pursuant to an order of Hon. G. J. Oarretson. ona of tha Justices of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, dated the seventh day of September, nineteen hundred and five, and filed with the complaint in the office of tha Clerk of ths County of Westchester. DE LA MARE A MORRISON. Plaintiffs Attorneys. BASKRl'PTCY NOTICES. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR the Southern District of New York. In the matter of THE SHAW COMPANY, alleged bankrupt. In Bankruptcy. Notice li hereby given that pursuant to an order of the above-named court ths stock in trade of The Shaw Company, the above-named alleged bankrupt, heretofore doing business st No. 37 Water Street, Borough of Manhattan, City of New York. Including ahlp chandlery and supplies, and . the office furniture and fixtures, machinery, safe, typewriter, and deaks of said alleged bankrupt, and Its Interest In and to the lease of tha above numbered premises and Ita Interest In snd to any contracts of Import and export, and the good-will of the business, will be sold at pubUo auction by Charles Shon-good, auctioneer, at No. ST water 8treet, In the City of New York, Borough of Manhattan; on ths 29th day of September. 1906. at 12 o'clock noon of that day. The property to be sold may be Inspected at No. 37 Water Street, on September 26th. 27th. and 2Sth. 1905, between tbe hours of 10 A. M. snd 4 P. M. Dated September 23d. 1905. JAMES. B. LUDLOW. Receiver of The Shaw Company. 45 Cedar Street. New York City. JOAB H. BANTON. Attorney for Receiver, 85 Njssau Street, New York City. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the Southern District of New York. In Bankruptcy. In the matter of ISAAC JASHINOWSKY. Bankrupt No. 3.0S3. To the creditors of Isaac Jashinowsky of the City, County, and State of New York and district aforesaid, bankrupt: Notice Is hereby given that on the 19th day of November, A. D. 1900. the aald Isaac Jashinowsky was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that a first meeting of creditors was held on the 2oth day of December, A. D. 1900, and Edward A. Kata was elected trustee by the creditors, and said trustee having been removed by an order of the court dated September 11. 1905, a second first meeting of creditors will be held at my office. No. 84d Broadway, in the City, County, and State of New York, on the Oth day of October, A. D. 1905, at 11 o'clock In the forenoon, at which time ths said creditors may attend, appoint a trustee, and transact such other business as may properly come before aald meet! nr. Dated New York. September 20th. 1U06. SEAMAN MILLER Referee In Bankruptcy. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. SOUTH- era District of New York. In the matter of HUGH CARROLL. Bankrupt. William II. Smith. Receiver, sells st private sale at tha office of his attorney. Julius G. Kremer, UO Broadway, New York City, September 28th, at 10 A. M., stocks of groceries and fixtures contained In stores at 1.441 Second Av. 546 Second Av.. 792 Tenth A v.. Borough of Manhattan, and 8.702 Third Av.. Borough of Brooklyn. New Tork City. Any Information as to manner and terms of bidding will be given by the undersigned. If tha property be not sold at private sale It will be sold at publto auction by Chaa. ttona-ood. Auctioneer, oa Friday, September. 29th, 1905. at lO A. M. Stocks will be sold at ths above addresses consecutively. In tha order enumerated. Further Information may be had of tha nndei sis aad. WILLIAM H. SMITH. JULIUS a. KREMER, ; 860 Broadway, Manhattan. TO LET BUSINESS PURPOSES TO R1LNT with rowrjt. IN THE., ' Miinelander Building, Corner Rose and DuaneSts. BY TUB Rhinelander Real Instate Ca. 31 NASSAU ST. S1L00N CORNER. Owner about to Improve prominent Bronx earner opposite Subway station; will rant corner store from plans ta saloon keeper; partlo-uiars of agents. . . M. Morjenthao. Jr., & Co, Mala Otlear 1S5 Braaiway. "T , Brasi Braaeki Westchester aad Preeseet Avs. - AlADlSOiN AVENUE STORE. , Lcatar Studio Building, riadlaoa Av. 56th-57th Streets. .T1' tora la very desirably situated for any first-class business not already reprs-sented In the block. Wan. C. A A. Edw. If5tV;..,'n Plc Building. 1th AT. andt.th-.4th Bta. NEW TORI'S MOST REM ARllBLE LOCATION Eight ear Unas, stations th. 9th A v. - L." Subway; surpassing any point la city. BROADWAY ARCADE. iArVMt 4rtrtU sImb 1 .14. -AM an . dftslrabU btulnm; levators, iu, eitctrte 11 hu. aaasai l,W I PrOssVq Wy. VKS tt Pt. 34 EAST 23RD SfT m FOR BENT, Fins light lofts and offices la new modern ALFRED E SCHERMERHORN, T EAST 42D ST. BLEECKER STREET. 289. . Large store, good location, suitable for any business; rent, jjO OO; haa been rented for past eight years for cigar business. WARREN & SKILLIN, rv. in bkuauwai. STORES: FLOORS: OFFICES! 28. SO 82 WEST 22D STREET. NEV BUILDINGS. OPP. STERN BR04.' H. JT SACHS A CO.. 8 W.st 22d 81, or your own broker. 122 WEST 4WH ST. 45th St., Bet. B'way ' A ttta Ave. 17-foot, 4-sty. bouse; excellent for business or dwelling purposes; possession. H. J. Sachs st jo., n west Z2d St. Attractive parlor store, extra large window and floor space; rental, 175. 0O; also desirable basement store, (33.00; central location. 210 East 14th St. Magnificent store and basement, 60x100; (will divide;) 4th Av., bet 8th and 14th Sts. ; great chance. N., Box 111 Times, Times Square. Grand store on Broadway, bet. 23d and 0th Sts. ; great chance. Box 124 Times, Times Sqgare. Great Loft Bargain! Broadway millinery district; 6.000-20.000 square feet. Duroas. 144 West 14th. A. Stores, lofts, buildings, offices; exceptionally fine list; desirable locations. Folsom Brothers. 83.1 Broadway. Skylight studios. -Offices, 131 East 84th StT; elevator, heat; 125. Folsom Brothers. 833 Broadway. Broadway office floor, light, ,0no feet, 1250: or divide; conveniences., Martin. 1.947 B'way. 6flth. 500 FIFTH AVENUE. ROOM 414. Light office, well divided; furnishings if desired. Offices and studios; 105 East 17th; heat, light; 112 up. Folsom Brothers. S3S Broadway. Vary desirable store for rent at 2,596 8th Av. Apply on the premises. Bronx. CORNER BOSTON ROAD Prospect Av. snd 170th St.; elegant extra large store, suitable for dry goods, confectionery, druggist, or shoe business. Apply on premises. BANKRUPTCY NOTICES. NO. 8,340. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF the United States for the Southern District of New York. In the matter of LE ROY C FAIRCHILD, Bankrupt. --In Bankruptcy. To the creditors of La Roy C. Falrchlld of the City and County of New Toak and district aforesaid, a bankrupt: Notice la hereby given that on the 1st day of September, A. D. 1905. the aald Le Roy C. Falrchlld was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at- the office of William Allen, Referee In bankruptcy. No. 67 Wall St.. City, on the 5th day of October. A. D. 1905. at 10:30 o'clock In the forenoon, at which time tbe said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly coma before said meeting. WILLIAM ALLEN, Referee In Bankruptcy. Sept. 25. 1908. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED 8tates for the Southern District of New York. In the matter of CHARLES MOSKOWITZ. Bankrupt In Bankruptcy. No. 8.046. To the creditors of Charles Moakowits. of tha County of New York and district aforesaid, a bankrupt: Notice Is hereby given that on the 8d day of May. A. D. 1905. the aaid Charles Moakowits was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at my office. No. 120 Broadway. In ths City and County of New York, on the 13th day of October. A. D. 1903. at 12 o'clock noon, at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. NATHANIEL A. PRENTISS. Referee In Bankruptcy. New York. September 23d. 1905. UNITED STATES DI8TRICT COURT FOR the Southern District of New York. JACOB 8HERESHEV8KY, Bankrupt. Notice Is hereby given that Jacob Shereshev-sky, bankrupt, has filed his petition, dated May 15th. 1905, praying for a discharge from all hta debts In bankruptcy, and that all creditors- and other persons are ordered to attend at tha hearing upon said petition before United States District Judges In the United States Court House and Poet Office Building. In the City and County of New York, on Wednesday. October 4th, 1905, at 10:80 A. M. , and then and there show cause. If any they have, why the prayer of aald petitioner ahould not be granted, and also attend the examination of the bankrupt thereon. NATHANIEL A. PRENTISS. Referee In Bankruptcy. New YorkSeptember 23d. 1905. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR the Southern District of New Tork. SARAH T. MeORAIL. Bankrupt Notice is hereby given that Sarah T. Mc-Orall. bankrupt has filed her petition, dated September 8th. 1905. praying for a discharge from all her debts in bankruptcy, and that all creditors and other persons ara ordered . to attend at the hearing upon said petition before United States District Judges in the United States Court House and Post Office Building. In tha City and Countv of New York, on Wednesday. October 4th. 1900. at 10:30 A. M., and then and there ahow cause. If any they have, why the prayer of aald petitioner ahould not be granted, and also attend tha examination of the bankrupt thereon. NATHANIEL A. PRENTISS, Referee In Bankruptcy. New York. Sept 23. 19Q3. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR the Southern District of New York, ANTONIO TARANTO. Bankrupt Notice la hereby given that Antonio Taranto, bankruDt has filed his petition, dated September 12th, 1905. praying for a dlscharse from all his debts In bankruptcy, and that all creditors and other persona are ordered to attend at the hearing uoon said petition before United State District Judces In the United States Court House snd Post Office Rutldtns-. In the City, snd County of New York, on Wednesday, October 4th. 1905. at 10:30 A. M., and then and there ahow cause. If any thev have, why the prayer of said petitioner ahould not be granted, and also attend the examination of the bankrupt thereon. NATHANIEL A. PRENTISS, Referee In Bankruptcy. New York. Sept. 23. 1905. U. S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE HOUTIf- em District of New York. FRANK W. ROSE. Bankrupt: Notice Is herebv given that Frank W. Rose, bankrupt has filed hia petition, dsted September lth. wa, pravlns for a discharge from all bis debts In bankruptcy, and that all creditors and other persons ara ordered to attend at the hearing upon said petition before United States District Jndges In the United States Court House and Post Offloe Building. In the City and rvuntr of New York, on Oct. 4th. 1905. at 10:80 A. M.. and then and there show causa. If any they haw, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted, and slso attend the examination of tha bankrupt thereon. , WILLIAM ALLEN. Referee In Bankruptcy. New York. September 25th. 1908. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR the Southern District of New York. MICHAEL, also known as CHARLES ROVAT-ZOS. Bankrupt Notice Is hereby given that Michael, a lac known as Charles Rovatsos, bankrupt, has filed hia petition, dated September 7th. ISO, craving for a discharge from all hi debts in bankruptcy, and that all creditors and other persons ara ordered to attend at tha hearing upon aald petition before United States' District Judges In the United Btatee Cout Hons and Post Office Building. In -the City aad Countv of New Tork, on Wednesday, October 4th. 1905. at 10:80 A. M.. and then and there show cause. If any thev have, why the nrayer of said petitioner should not be granted, and also attend the examination of the ttankruot thereon- NATHANIEL A. PRENTISS. Referee la Bankruptcy.' New York, Sept sa, 190&. Py. CITY HOUSES YC iET. nrrrR'UBED ; FOR RENT ' HOT ADHI BASEMENT DWELLINGS Absolutely Fireproof SOUTH SIDE OF 74TH STREET Betweea Caarral rark Was . aaa Calaaasas A.' -V; No raatdences have ever bean offered for rental ta New York City com perm- with these to eonstroctloa, equipment, appotat-BMnta, aad detail. 1., Tbay have been deaigwed aad hallt with taa careful attention ta detail of aoa-rtmctioa given only to tha highest slass bouses built for private ownership. .-; Booklet sent sa application. Size 25i85iiOU ' FIVE STORIES IN HEIGHT Those booses ara ready for tsepeotloa. Caretaker at No. M Wast TU SL Far particulars Inquire af CLARK ESTATE Corner et 87tH SL Ho. 1.881 Brctdnj 69 EAST 124tHSfT Hi-?1 rWMloa dwelling, ten rooms and' awes spirts , ... duff a comqeh, cSftaft- 06 West 97th Street neaacea rent, 4 -sty. dwelling, two baths. TD. PHOENIX lNQkVAHAM & & .TS Baw - w Houses, unfurnished and furnished: eWsirmfcleV e.w n tu,w reiaanv Bronx. Private house; 7 rooms and bath: modern I good lAee 1 1 e da asapa - - a 'BA'KHTJPTCT Ho'l'll'KS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED States for the Southern District of New York. In Bankruptcy. in the matter of HERMAN"-' HOCHHEISER and BERNARD WEISEH. Individually and oompoajng the firm at HOCII- -HEI8ER WEISER. Bankrupts. No. 9,204. To the' creditors of Herman Hochhetaer and Bernard Welser. Individually and composing; the firm of Hochhelser A Welser of tha City, . County, -and Stats of New York and district , ' aforesaid, bankrupt : Notice is hereby given that on the 83th daya? pf August A. D. 1903. ths said Herman Honh- helser said Bernard Welser, Individually and composing the firm of Hochhelser 4s Welser,1,-; ' were duly adjudicated bankrupt and that tha.- , first meeting of creditors will be held at my af- ' flee. No. 84fl Broadway. n the City. County. snd Stats of New York, on tha 5th day of. : ; ' October. A. D. loS. at 11 o'clock In tha fore- . ' ; noon, at which time the aaid eredltora may at-. tend, prove their claims, appoint a trusted, examine tha bankrupts, and transact such' -other business aa may properly coma before , said meeting. w ... : Dated New York, September 19th, 190S. ' , SEAMAN MILLER, '. " . 4 Referee In Bankruptcy. "- j i . NO. 8.8.16.-1N THE DISTRICT COURT OF"'! 1 . tha United Statea for the Southern District af .v ' New York. In Bankruptcy. In tha matter of . J 't BENJAMIN ADAMS, Bankrupt. In Bank-, ruptcy. , To the -creditors of Benjamin Adams, of tha City snd County oj Nsw York and district . , ! aroresaia, s bankrupt: Notice la hereby give that o thraoth day of. Augusr. a. v. iwn, tfie aaid was duly adjudicated bankru n)amln Adams tad ARat tha urn meeting of creditors wl office of Nathaniel 8. Smith. be hsfn st Jtte tuptcy. No. 68 William StreaTf) Borough of Aiannattan. Ulty or New-Torler or) the Bth day or ucrooer, a. l. ihuo, at iifsrp'c rorenoon. at wnicn time the said r-redflora soar attend, prove their claims. akpofctVe traatsc, -examine the bankrupt andMrinaaajf auch ether ousiness ss may prorerlysPotne before meeting. AssssUxH ANIEL 8- SMITH, Lckmntmr. Listen ivew lork, sept, NO. 8,2.-Aei, TJCElfTRlCT COURT OS" the United rsKe. Ha tha BouthPVn TM.trtt of New York.-ln PnlMpteA la ffie""fftntter t ' S Bankrupt., j udlt Comnanv. of the City and County of Naw York aad die- '-trlct aforesaid, a bankrupt: Notice la hereby given that on tha 90th day .. of August A. D. 1905, tha aald Account Audit Company was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and V that the first meeting of creditors will be held - st ths offlcs of Nsthsnlel 8. 8mlth. Referee In - , Bankruptcy, No. 08 William Stn at. Borough of : Manhattan, City of New York, on tha 6th day . -of October. A. D. 1905. at 10:90 o'clock In tha forenoon, at which time tha aaid creditors snap) ' attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee. examine tha bankrupt and transact suck other business ss mar properly coma before meeting. NATHANIEL 0. SMITH. Referee In Bankruptcy. Dated Sept. 23. 1905. i.;' UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOl " 1 the Southern District of New York. ElCr- j, MUND SCHULHAFER. bankrupt. " I Notice la hereby given that Slgmund Schul- - hafer. bankrupt haa filed hia petition, dated July 21st, 1906, praying for a discharge from all his debts In bankruptcy, and that all ered-i i t I tors and other persona are ordered to attend at -- i the hearing uupon said petition before United ; States District Judges. In ths United Statea 1 , Court House and Poet Office Building, In tha . i City and County of New York, oa Wednesday, i ' October 4th, 1905. at 10:90 A. M.. and then and v, there show cause. If any they have, why tha i prayer of said petitioner should not be grant. ed, and also attend the examination of tha bankrupt thereon. -.!-NATHANIEL A. PRENTISS, . i Referee in Bankruptcy. New York. Sept 23d. 1905. ' UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR ! the Southern District of New York. ! AUGUSTS CHARLES VALADIER. bankrupt. ! Notice Is hereby given that Augusta Charles j ' Valadler. bankrupt, has filed his petition, dataa -V May 23d. 1905. praying for a discharge from, - j all his debts In bankruptcy, and that all cred- ; ltors snd other persons ara ordered to attend " at tha hearing upon aald petition before, , United States District Judges In tbe United. Statea Court House and Poet Office Building-. , i ' In tha Ctty and County of Nsw York,-ta A i-Wednesday. October 4th. 1906. at 1:S0 A. JC .. - '' and then and there show cause. If any they -VI have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted, and also attend tbe examination of tbe bankrnnt thereon. ''? NATHANIEL A. PRENTISS, ,t Referee In Bankruptcy. '- V New York. Sept. 24. 1905. , j UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR 1 the Southern District of New York. X.UD- . ' WIG 8CHOENBEROER, banakmnt 1 Notice la hereby given that Lad wig Sehoen- ' berger. bankrupt haa filed his petition, dated! is September 13th. 1. pravtng for a discharge '. j from all his debts In bankruptcy, and that all . ; creditors and other persons ara ordered to at. J ' tend at the hearing upon said petition before -United Statea District Jodgee In the United ! Statea Court House and Poet Office Building. In the City and County of New York, on ' . Wedneaday. October 4th. 1905, at JO:90 A. M.. ' ' and then and there show cause. If any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should ' ' not be r ranted and also attend tha examlaa. '' tlon of tha bankrupt thereon. i ' NATHANIEL A. PRENTISS. : ' Referee In Bankruptcy. New York. Sent 23d. 19r. , ; U. S. DISTRICT COlTtT URT FOR THf norTW.: em Hi strict of New Tork. NICHOLAS B- CTfnSNOR. Bankrupt Notice Is hereby given that Nicholas R. O'Connor, bankrnnt. haa filed his petition,' dated Sertembr ISth. IWlfi. praying for a die- . charge from all his debts in bankruptcy, aaa , .', that all creditors and other persona ara or-, ' dered to attend at the hearing nnoa said petl-, tlon before I'nlted States District Judges In , the United States Court House and Poet Often - il Bulldlnr. In tha Clv and Cmmty of New York. ' 1 on October 4th. 1005. at 10:30 A. M . and then and there show cause. If any they have, why '4 the prayer of sstd petitioner should not - be granted, and also attend tha examlnatioa Ct - ) tha bankrupt thereon. . T. K. PENDLETON. rl Referee In Bankruptcy. , - New York. Renlember 25. ln. NO. . IV THE -DISTRICT COURT 6f 1 the United States for the Southern I1 strict of ' New YorV w BuBkmetrr In the matter e" - OBCAR JEFFERSON TREEN, Bankrupt In ; neRKrapirr, ... , ; r To the creditors of Oscar Jefferson Treea' a : the CHy and County of New York aad district : affeeald. a bankraot: . Notice la hereby riven that on the1 14th day of n September. A. D. 1905. tha said Oscar Jefferson ' i Treen was dulr adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeflnr r4 creditors will be held at f toe offloe oC r. K. Pendleton. Referee tn Bank- ' i ruptcy. No. 25 Broad Street Room 1544. New V York Cltv. on tha 6th day of October. X. D 19i 6. at 11:30 o'clock In tha forenoon, at which !- trme the said, creditors may attend.' prove their' claims, appoint a trustee, examine tha hank-rapt and transact such other bualneaa SS assy -properly come before raid meeting.- F. R.. rBNULSTTON. - v : ' " -' Referee la Usnkrupty. . s September 25. 1906. ,, U. S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOtTTH District of Nee Tork- CHA RLE SCHNEIDER. Bankrupt. Notice Is hereby given that Charles Schne4' : der. bankraot, has filed his petition, dated .'1 September 19th. loos, prsrlnsT for a discharge , from all his debts In bankruntcy. and that all cred iters and other persons ara ordered to at-tend at the hearing apon said petltkm before 4 ' United States District Judges In the United ewte. wn noose ana rn vt ticw innldtiUL. " ' la the City end County of New York. 00 Oetol -ber 4th. 190ft, at 1A.SQ A, M , and then and I. there ahow eanse. If anv thev aav. i - prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. 1 ' and also attend the examination of the b-wl , rapt thereon. . T. K. PENDLETON. 1 ; Nsw York. SetHsmbejrSoTlaar uaJls9xaf' -, t . ..-.' - . ' -- ' is - ' v

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