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Department of Fire.--157 E. 67th St. J. W. Alexander, D.C. French, L. F. Haffen, J. A. Commissioner.-Francis J. Lantry ($7,500).
Wright, J. Cassidy, W.J. La Roche, J. E. Swan. Chief.-Edward F. Croker ($7,000).
strom, George Cromwell and H. S. Thompson. Deputy.-Hugh Bonner ($5,000).
Board of Water Supply.-299 Broadway. Brooklyn and Queens.-C. C. Wise ($5,000).
J. Edwar' Simmons, Chas. A. Shaw, Chas. N. Deputy Chief.-Thomas Lally (Brooklyn and Chadwick ($12,000 each). Queens) ($5,000).
Secretary.-Thomas Hassett ($6,000). Fire Marshals.-Peter Seery ($3,000) (Manhat- Rapid Transit Railroad Com’rs.-320 B'way tan, Bronx, and Richmond); William L. Beers Alexander E. Orr, President; J. H. Starin, Vice($3,000) (Brooklyn and Queens).
President; Woodbury Langdon, Morris K. Jesup, Secretary. - Alfred M. Downes ($4,800).
Lewis Cass Led yard, Charles S. Smith; the Mayor Department of Parks.-Arsenal,
Central Park. and Comptroller ex-officio; George S. 'Rice. Chief President and Commissioner of Manhattan and Engineer ($15,000). Commissioners' compensation Richmond. -Moses Herrman, ($5,000).
is fixed annually by the Appellate Division of Su. Commissioner of Brooklyn und Queens.---Michael J. preme Court. Kennedy ($5,000).
Deputy Chief Engineer.-Alfred Craven ($7,000). Commissioner of Bronx. -- Joseph I. Berry ($5,000). Secretary.-Bion L. Burrows ($4,000). Secretary Park Board.-M.F. Laughman ($4,800). City Record.-2 City Hall, and 21 Park Row. Bureau of Buildings,
Slipervisor', -Patrick J. Tracy ($5,000). 220 Fourth Avenue.
Deputy Supervisor: --Henry McMillen ($2,500). Superintendent. - Manhattan-Edward S. Murphy Aqueduct Commissioners.--280 Broadway. ($5,000). Assistant. - Joseph Gordon' ($4,000). Chier
Mayor and Comptroller ex-officio. Inspector:-Bernard J. Gorman ($3,000).
Commissioner's.-Job F. Cowan, 'ohn J. Ryan, Bronx. ---P. J. Reville, Supt. ($5,000). * • Brooklyn. Wm. H. Ten Eyck. John P.Windolph ($5,000 each). David F. Moore, Supt. ($5,000). Queens. - J. P. Chief Engineer.-W. H. Sears ($10,000). Powers, Supt. ($3,000). Richmond. -John Seaton,
Secretary.-H. W. Walker ($4.000). Supt. ($2,500).
Board of Assessors.-320 Broadway.
Antonio Zucca, Paul Weimann, James H. Ken. Department of Taxes and Assessments. 280 Broadway.
nedy ($3,000 each). President.--Lawson Purdy ($8,000); Commis
Secretary.-William H. Jasper ($5,000). sioners, Frauk Raymond, Nicholas Muller, Chas.
COUNTY OFFICERS. A. Putzel, James H. Tully,
County Clerk (Court House). - Peter J. Dooling
($15,000). Deputy.-John F. (urry ($6,000). L. Hamilton,
($7,000 each). Secretary.-C.R. Tyng ($3,500).
Kings County Clerk (Hall of Records, Brooklyn). Department of Charities.-Foot E. 26th St.
-Chas. T. Hartzheim ($8,000). Deputy.-Bela Tokaji
($5,000). Asst. Deputy. - Jas, P. Kobler ($2,500). Commissioner'. -Robt. W. Hebberd ($7,500). Deputy. Richard C. Baker ($5,000).
Sherifl New York County (299 Broadway). --NichSecretary.-J. McKee Borden ($3,500).
olas J. Hayes ($12,000 and hall of fees). Deputy (327 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn).
Under Sheriff.-A. J. Johnson, ($5,000). Depulies. James J. McInerney ($5,000).
-J. J. Murray, F. G. Rinn, F. J. Bumes, T. J. Department of Correction.-148 E. 30th St.
O'Rourke, Joseph Cullen, John McCourt, Max Commissioner --John V. Ooggey ($7,500).
Altman, Max J. Porges, M.J. Cruise, P. F. Flyov, Deputy. --George W. Meyer, Jr. ($4,000).
J.J. O'Neil, F. J. Walgering ($2,500 each), Department Docks and Ferries.- Battery Pl.
Warden of County Jail.-(has. F. Regan ($3,000). Commissioner.- John A. Bensel ($6,000).
Sheriff Kings County (Court House, B klyn).-M.J.
Flaherty,($15,000) Under Sherift.-G. Phillips($6,000) Deputyl.-Denis A. Judge ($4,500). Secretary.-Joseph W. Savage ($4,000). '
Deputy Sheriff's. --Otto Nicol, Wm. Beresford, J. Commissioner of Jurors.-127 Stewart Bild'g.
E. Smalley, Bart Hunt, A. D. Brown. Neil Ward, Thomas Allison (County of New York) ($6,000).
J. L, Gemon, W. D. Burchall ($2.200) each). Commis'rs of Accounts, --115 Stewart B'ld'g.
Warden. -Morris Carmody ($3,000). John C. Hertle and George Von Skal ($5,000).
Sheriff Queens County (Long Island City).-Joseph
Meyerrose (fees). Municipal Civil Service Commissioners.
Under Sherifi. -H. W. Sharkey. 299 Broadway.
Sheriff Richmond County (Richmond, S. 1.). Wm. F. Baker, President ($6,000); R. Ross Apple
Joseph J.Barth ($6,000). ton, Alfred J. Talley, Commissioners ($5,000).
Register (Hall of Records). -Frank Gass($12,000). Secretary.-Frank A. Spencer ($5,000).
Deputy-Wm. H. Sinnott ($5,000).
Register Kings County (Hall of Records, BrookPublic Administrator.- 119 Nassau Street, W. M. Hoes ($10,000). F. W. Arnold, Asst.($5,000).
lyn).-Alfred J. Boulton ($8,000). Deputy.-G.W.
Thompson, ($5,000). Chief Clerk.- Robert D. Bronson ($2,800).
Commissioner of Records (Hall of Rec., B’klyn). -Department of Education.
JK. Neal($5,000). Deputy.-D. H. Ralston ($3,500). Park Ave. and 59th St.
STATE OFFICERS. President.-E. L. Winthrop, Jr. Vice-President.
EXCISE DEPARTMENT.-1 Madison Avenue. John Green. Secretary.-A. E. Palmer ($5,500). Supt. of School Buildings.-C.B.J.Snyder ($10,000).
Special Deputy Commissioner's.-Moses M. McKee,
Manhattan and Bronx ($4,000); H. W. Michell Supt. of School Supplies.- Patrick Jones ($5,000).
(Brooklyn) ($3,000); City Sript. of Schools--William H. Maxwell($8,000). | mond)($2.000); Edward Dowling(Queens) ($2,500).
George L. Nichol (RichAssociate City Superintendents ($5,500 each). Geo. STATE BUREAU OF ELECTIONS. --27 William. S. Davis, Edward B. Shallow, Andrew W. Edson, Gustave Straubenmüller, Thomas S. O'Brien,
Superintendent.-Lewis M. Swasey ($5,000).
Chief Deputy.Edward L. Stevens, John H. Walsh,C.E.Meleney.
($4,500); SecreEraminers ($5,000 each). ---James C Byrnes,
tary, William H. Switzer ($2,000).
QUARANTINE COMMISS'RS. -62 William St. Walter L. Hervey, J.A.O'Connell, GeorgeJ.Smith.
Commissionei's.-- F.H.Sohweder, President; H. A. Board of Estimate and Apportionment. Guyan, Treasurer Smith Pune ($2,500 each). Stewart Building, 280 Broadway.
Health Officer. --A)vah H. Doty, M. D. ($12,500). Members.--The Mayor. Chairman: the Comp- Secretary.--Geo. Schrader. troller, the President of the Board of Aldermen. PILOT COMMISSIONERS.-17 State Street. the Presidents of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Commissioners. -A. F. Higgins, J H. Winchester, Queens, and Richmond (no salary).
V. 11. Brown, Thomas P. Ball, W. I. Comes, Bureau of Franchises.-H. P. Nichols, Engineer Secretary.- Daniel A. Nash. ($5,000).
PORT WARDENS. --1 Broadway. Commissioner of Licenses.-277 Broadway. Wardens. - John H. Gunner, President: Michael John M. Bogart ($5,000).
Hines, Henry Bradt, Robt, T. Courtney, James F. City Improvement Com'n.-21 Park Row. Pegnam, Charles S. Adler, Harry Jaquillard, F. K. Pendleton, Chairman; J.S. Cantor, G. A. Richard O'Brien, and Jerome B. Johnson (fees). Hearn, Whitney Warren, H. P. Whitney,F. Bailey. Secretary-A.W. Dodge.
SUPREME COURT. PART 1, TRIAL TERM (the Criminal Term of the Court for the trial of indictments), hela by a Justice of the Supreme Court in the Criminal Courts Building, Centre and Franklin Streets. GENERAL SESSIONS (Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4).- In the Criminal Courts Building. Held by the City
The city Judge and the Judges of the General Sessions receive an annual salary of $12,000 each; all are elected for a term of fourteen years. NAME.
Term Expires. Thomas C. T. Crain City Judge......
Dec. 31, 1920 Recorder..
31, 1908 Thomas C. O'Sullivan.. Judge of Sessions.
31, 1919 Otto A. Rosalsky....
" 31, 1920 Warreu W. Foster...
“ 31. 1913 Clerk or Part 1, Trial Term. Supreme Court, and of the Court of General Sessions (office in the Criminal Courts Building)-Edward R. Carroll. SPECIAL SESSIONS,
CITY MACISTRATES. (First Division).)
(Salary, 87,000.) Term Expires. Criminal Courts Building, Centre Street. NAME. (Sxlary, $9,000.) Term Expires, Chas. S. Whitman....
.July 1, 1912 Judge Fraucis S. McAvoy .July 1, 1907 Leroy B. Crane...
................ "1, 1912 William E. Wyatt..
“ 1, 1912 Joseph M. Deuel.........
" 1, 1909 6 Lorenz Zeller..
1, 1909 John B. McKean.
May 1, 1913
May 1, 1912
1, 1907 Court is open daily, except Saturday and legal
1, 1915 holidays, from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.; Clerk's office open Saturdays,9 A. M. to 12 m. Chas. W. Culkin, John B. Mayo.
July 1, 1913
1, 1909 Clerk, Salary, $4,000.
• 1, 1909 Children's Part, 66 3d Ave.-Held by one of Joseph F. Moss..
Peter T. Barlow.
May 1, 1913 the Justices of Special Sessions in accordance with
** 1. 1907 assignment of Justices. Court opens at 9.30 daily,
James J. Walsh..
1, 1909 except Sunday and legal holidays. Edmund C. Lee, Clerk. Salary, $3,000.
Secretary, Philip Bloch.
MAGISTRATES' COURTS. First District-Criminal Courts Building, Centre and Franklin Sireets; Second District-125 Sixth
Avenue (Jefferson Market); Third District--69 Essex Street; Fourth District-151 East 57th Street; Fifth District-170 East 121st. Street; Sixth District-East 158th Street, corner Third A venue; Seventh District-314 West 54th Street; Eighth District--Main Street, Westchester.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE. Criminal Courts Building, Centre and Franklin Streets. The salary of the District Attorney is $12,000 per annum; assistants to District Attorney, $7,500; deputy assistants' salaries vary. Staff is subject to change. NAME.
Office. Wm. Travers Jerome... Dist. At. Keyran J, O'Connor. Deputy. Almuth C. Vandiver..... Deputy. Charles C. Nott, Jr..... Asst.
Michael H. Cardozo. Jr..
Harford T. Marshall....
A. R. E. Pinchot...
W. B. Howe.
G. W. Whiteside..
John W. Hart...
E. C, Kindleberger.
Daniel F. Murphy..
of Special Sessions Information, W. S. McGuire and Paul Krotel.
Courts of Law in Manhattan.
APPELLATE DIVISION OF THE SUPREME COURT.
Salary of Supreme Court Justices, $17,500.
Term Expires. Edward Patterson, Pres. Justice...... Dec. 31, 1909 John Proctor Clarke.
Dec. 31, 1915 George L. Ingraham. “ 31, 1919 James W. Houghton.................
31, 1914 Chester B. McLaughlin 31, 1909 Francis M. Scott............
31, 1911 Frank C. Laughlin.. “ 31, 1909 ) John S. Lambert..
Temporary Court opens at 1 P. M. Clerk-Alfred Wagstaff; salary, $5,000.
AN APPELLATE TERM to hear appeals from the City and the Municipal Courts will sit in the County Court-House.
SUPREME COURT-APPELLATE, SPECIAL, AND TRIAL TERMS.
Office. Terin Expires. Samuel Greenbaum.... Justice.Dec. 31, 1915 Philip H. Dugro...
Justice.. Dec. 31, 1914 Francis M. Scott..... 31, 1911 Henry A. Gildersleeve.
31, 1919 James A. Blanchard. 31, 1915 Joseph E. Newburger.
" 31, 1919 Charles F. MacLean..
31, 1909 Peter A. Hendrick Charles H. Truax 31, 1909 John W. Goff.......
31, 1920 Vernon M. Davis.. " 31, 1916 Samuel Seabury.
31, 1920 Edward E. McCall.. 31, 1916 M. Warley Platzek.
31, 1920 Edward B. Amend 31, 1916 John Ford..
31, 1920 James A. O'Gorman..
31, 1913 Charles W. Dayton. Henry Bischoff, Jr...
31, 1917 John J. Brady. James Fitzgerald.. 31, 1912 Mitchell L. Erlanger
“ 31, 1920 Leonard A. Giegerich.
31, 1920 Charles L. Guy.. David Leventritt.. 31, 1912 Matthew Linn Bruce.
31, 1907 Victor J. Dowling....
31, 1918) Clerk-County Clerk Peter J. Dooling, ex-officio,
" 31, 1920
" 31, 1920 “ 31, 1920
" 31, 1920
COURTS OF LAW IN MANHATTAN-Continued.
The Surrogates are elected for a term of fourteen The Judges are elected for a term of ten years at years at an annual salary of $15,000. an aunual salary of $10,000.
Jan. 1. 1914 Edw'd F. O'Dwyer Chief Judge Dec. 31, 1907 F. T. Fitzgerald....
1, 1907 J. H. McCarthy.... Judge.
Chief Clerk.-William V. Leary; salary. $8,000, Lewis J. Conlan
, 31. 1909 Joseph I. Green
COURT OF ARBITRATION Theo. F. HaScall...
31, 1910 OF THE CHAMBER OF
COMERCE OF F. B. Delehanty
NEW YORK STATE, 65 LIBERTY Sr. Samuel Seabury
Arbitrator. -Vacant. Clerk.-George Wilson.
This court was established by act of the Legis
lature, for the hearing and prompt settlement of Clerk.-Thos. F. Smith; salary, $6,000.
controversies among merchants, shipmasters, and Deputy.-Edward H. Piepenbring; salary, $3,000. I others within the Port of New York.
MUNICIPAL COURTS IN MANHATTAN AND BRONX. The Justices are elected for a term of ten years at an annual salary of $6,000. The Clerks are appointed by the Justices for six years, and receive annual salaries of $3,000. Ist Dis. ---3d, 5th, and 8th Wards, and all that part North River; 314 W. 54th St., Thos. E. Murray, of Ist Ward lying west of B'dway and Whitehall Justice; Michael Skelly, Clerk. St., including Governor's Is., Liberty Is. Ellis 11th Dis.--Northern part 20th Ward, Court-room, Is., Oyster Isls.; 128 Prince St.; Wauhope Lynn, 70 Manhattan St. : Francis J. Worcester, Justice; Justice; Thos. O'Connell, Clerk.
Heman B. Wilson, Clerk; Robt. Andrews, A s't 2d Dis.-All that part of Ist Ward east of B’dway Clerk.
aud Whitehall St., 2d, 4th, 6th, and 14th Wards; 12th Dis.-That part of the 22d Ward n. of W. 70th 59 Madison St.; Johu E.Hoyer, Justice; Francis St. and that part of 12th Ward bet. W. 86th and Mangin, Clerk.
W. 120th St. and 7th Ave. and North River; 3e Dis. -9th and 15th Wards; 6th Ave.,cor. W. 10th 2630 B'way;, Alfred P. W. Seamau, Justice;
St.; Wm.F. Moore, Justice; D. Williams, Clerk. James V. Gilloon, Clerk. 4th Dis. -10th and 17th Wards; 30 Ist St. ; Geo. F. 13th Dis.---Delancey from E. R., Pitt, to Grand, to Roesch, Justice; Andrew Lang, Clerk.
Norfolk, to Division, to Catharine, to E.R. ; 264 5th Dis. 11th and part of 13th Ward; 154 Clinton St.; Madison; Leon Sanders, Justice; James J.
Benj. Hoffman, Justice; Thos. Fitzpatrick, Clerk. Devlin, Clerk. 6th Dis.-18th and 21st Wards; cor. 23d St. and 2d 14th Dis. - Commencing on north at Central Park Ave.; D. F. Martin, Justice; A. Bernard, Clerk. W. and W. 97th st. east to Lexington Ave.,
south 7th Dis.--19th Ward, except that portion embraced to E. 65th St., west to Park Ave., south to E. 61st
in the 14th Dis.; 161 E. 57th St.; Herman Joseph, St., east to Park Ave., south to E, 40th to W.40th Justice; Edward A. McQuade, Clerk.
to 8th Ave., north to W.530 St., east to 7th Ave., 8th Dis. -16th and 20th Wards; 269 8th Ave. ; Jas. north to W.59th St., west to Central Park W
W. McLaughlin, Justice; H. Merzbach, Clerk. north to W. 97th St.; 624 Madison Ave. Edgar 9th Dis.--12th Ward, except that portion which lies J. Lauer, Justice; W.J. Chamberlain, Clerk.
west of Lenox Ave. and of Harlem River north BRONX-1st Dis. - 24th Ward east of Bronx River; of terminus of Lenox Ave.; 170 E. 121st St.; Jos. Town Hall, Westchester; Wm. W. Penfield, P: Fallon, Justice; Wm. J. Kennedy, Clerka Justice; T. F. Delahanty, Clerk. 10th Dis.-Bounded on north by W.86th St., east BRONX-20 Dis.--23 and 24th Wards; E. 162d St.
by Central Park to W. 59th St., from W.59th St. and Washington Ave.; John M. Tierney, justice; to W.530 St., by 7th Ave., from W.53d St. to W. Thomas A. Maher, Clerk. 40th St., 8th Ave., south by W. 40th St., west by
United States Courts in Manhattan.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS. --Post-Office Building. Judges.-Rufus W. Peckham, Circuit Justice; William J. Wallace, E. Henry Lacombe, Wm. K. Townsend, and Alfred C. Coxe, Circuit Judges. Clerk. -William Parkin; salary, $3,500. Term. -Second Tuesday in October. UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT. 2 Post- UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT.-PostOffice Building.
Judge of the District Court. -George B. Adams, The Judges of the Federal Courts are appointed Chas. M. Hough, Geo. L. Holt; salary, $6,000.
by the President, and confirmed by the United. Clerk.-Thomas Alexander. States Senate, for life.
Stated Term.-First Tuesday in every month. Also
first Wednesday of Feb., April, June, Oct,, and Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court Dec., for trial of equity suits and actions at law.
and Judge of the Circuit Court.-Rufus W. Special Terin.-Every Tuesday for return of process, Peckham; salary, $12,500.
United States Districi- Attorney.--Henry L. Stimson;
salary, $10,000. Circuit Judges. -William J.Wallace, E. Henry La- Assistant District- Attorneys.-J. O. Nichols, Gold
combe, Wm. K. Townsend, and Alfred C. thwaite H. Dorr, D, Frank Lloyd, Clarence is. Coxe; salaries, $7,000 each.
Houghton, H. A. Wise, Francis J. Carmody,
F. Frankfurter; salaries range from $2,000 to Clerk.-John A. Shields; salary, $3,500.
Marshal.-William Henkel; salary, $5,000. General Terms. --First Monday in April and third chief Deputy.-John Stiebling; salary: $2,750 Monday in October.
Commissioners.-John A. Shields, Samuel R. Betts,
Thomas Alexander, Henry P. Butler, Samuel Equity Term. - Last Monday in February.
M. Hitchcock, Ed. L. Owen, James Ridgway,
Henry W, Goodrich, Herbert Green, Daniel Terms of Criminal Court. --Second Wednesdays in B. Deyo, Alex. Gilchrist, Jr., William D.
January, March, May, October, December, and Jones, Wm. P. Prentice, James L. Williams, third in June.
D. W. Esmoud, Edward J. Collins,
INFORMATION ABOUT THE CITY OF NEW YORK,
In the following pages information of daily interest to citizens and visitors about the City of New York is given, tho subjects, for convenience of reference, being arranged alphabetically. This information is of the date of January 1, 1907, but it iust be borne in mind that changes in an active community like that of New York are continuously going on, and that accuracy in details can only be guaranteed for the date of issue of the ALMANAC.
Amusement Places in Manhattan and Bronx.
Prices of Admission.
pacity* (Subject to change.) Academy of Music E. 14th St. and Irving Place..... Gilmore & Tompkins.... 2,510 $1.50, 1.00, 750., 50c., 25c. Alhambra. 7th Ave. and 126th St. Percy G. Williams
1,600 1.00, 75c., 50c., 25c.
Klaw, Erlanger & Weis.... 2,166 1.00, 75c., 50c., 25c.
2.00 to 50c.
2.00 to 50c. Berkeley Lyceum. 44th St., near 5th Ave.
Walter C. Jordan..
969 2.00 to 1.00.
1,700 2.00, 1.50, 1.00, 75c., 50c.. Carnegie Lyceum. 7th Ave, and 57th St...
Board of Trustees.
2.00, 1.50, 1.00, 50c.
1.00 to 25c.
1,700 1.00 to 25c.
912 2.00 to 50c.
1,150 2.00 to 50c.
1,600 1.00, 50c., 35c., 25c.
500 50c., 25c.
1,100 2.00, 1.50, 1.00, 750., 50c. Fourteenth Street. W. 14th St., near 6th Ave.. J. W. Rosenquest..
1,500 1.50 to 25c.
1,110 2.00, 1.50, 1.00, 75c., 60c.
2.00, 1.50, 1.00, 50c. Gotham.. 125th St., near 3d Ave.. Sullivan & Kraus..
1.00 to 25c.
1,888 1.00 to 250,
2.910 1.00, 70c., 50c., 25c. Hackett's 42d St., near Broadway. James K. Hackett.
1,000 2.00, 1.50, 1.00, 60c. Harlem Opera House.. W. 125th St., near 7th Ave. Keith & Proctor..
1,500 1.00 to 25c.
1,300 2.00 to 50c.
5,600 2.00 to 25c.
2.00 to 50c.
1,096 2.00 to 35c.
2,000 2.00 to 50c.
1,000 1.00, 50c., 26c.
2,200 1.00 to 25c.
1,551 1.00, 50c., 25c. Keith & Proctor's 5th Ave. Broadway and 28th St.
Keith & Proctor..
1.00 to 25c.
1,800 1.00, 75c, 60c., 25c.
1,352 2.00, 1.50, 1.00, 60c.
1,200 2.00 to 50c.
1.00 to 25c.
1,800 75c., 50c,, 35c., 25c., 18c.
2.00 to 50c.
2,000 2.00 to 50c
2.00, 1.50, 1.00, 50c.
1,704 1.50 to 50c.
1,100 2.00 to 50c.
4,800 5.00 to 1.00
1,600 1.00, 750., 50c., 25c. Metropolitan Op. House.. Broadway, 39th and 40th Sts. Heinrich Conried.
3,336 5.00 to 1.00.
1,800 75c. to 15c.
Edwin D. Miner...
750 to 25c.
75c. to 25c.
2.00 to 50c.
3,000 1.00, T5c., 50c., 25., 16c.
3,815 1.00, 50c., 25c.
1,000 1.00, 50c., 35c., 25c.
1,000 1.00, 50c., 20c.
2.00, 1.50, 1.00, 75c., 50c.
2.00 to 50c.
1,600 1.00 to 15c.
2 098 1.00 to 15c.
1.50 to 25c.
1,200 2.00 to 50c.
2.00 to 50c.
2,000 1.00, to 15c.
1,450 11.50 to 25c.
Musical entertainments are sometimes given in Cooper Union,' Tammany Hall, Atlantic Garden, 50 Bowery; Grand Central Palace, 43d St. and Lexington Ave., American Institute, 19 West 44th St.; Lexington Opera House, 58th St., near Lexington Ave.
MUSEUMS.--Metropolitan Museum of Art, 5th Ave. and 82d St. (Central Park); free on Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat., from 10 A. m. to half hour before sust, and on Monday and Friday from 8 to 10 P. M.; open on Sunday from 1 P. M. to half hour before supset and on legal holidays, on Mon, and Fri., during the day, admission is 25 cents. Museum of Natural History, 8th Ave. and 77th st., free on Wed., Thurs., Fri., and Sat., from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M., Sunday from 1 to 5 P. M., also on holidays and Tues.
and Sat. evenings; admission on Mon, and Tues., 25 cents. Aquarium, Castle Garden, Battery Park. Zoological Gardens, Central Park, entrance 5th Ave. and 64th St., and at Bronx Park, 1820 St. and Southern Boulevard, admission free, except on Mon, and Thurs. 25c. is charged. Botanical Gardens (Bronx Park), open daily 10 A. M. to 4.30 P. M., tros.
Asylums and Homes in Manhattan and Bronx.
Anthony Home, 126 E. 17th St.
Home for Friendless, for Females and Children, Association for Relief of Respectable Aged In- 936 Woody Crest Ave. digent Females, 891 Amsterdam Ave.
Home for Incurables, 3d Ave., cor. E. 1820 St. Babies Shelter, Church Holy Communjon, Recep- Home for Italian Immigrants, 8 Charlton St. tion House, 49 W. 2uth St.
Home for Old Men and Aged Couples, 1060A msterBaptist Home for Aged, E. 68th St. and Park Ave. dam Ave. Berachah Orphanage House Reception,6908th Ave. Home for Protestant Immigrant Girls, 9 State St. Bide-a-Wee Home (for animals), 145 W. 38th St. Home for Relief of Destitute Blind, 896 AmsterBlind Asylum, Blackwell's Island.
dam Ave. Bloomingdale Insane Asylum, White Plains, N. Y. Home for the Aged, 213 E. 70th St. and 135 W. Office, 7 W. 15th St.
106th St. Brace Farm School for Boys, 105 E. 22d St. Home for the Aged of the Church of the Holy Brace Memorial Lodging House, 14 New Communion (P.E.), 49 W. 20th St. Chambers St.
Home for Unemployed Young Women, 116 E. Catholic Protectory, Van Nest Station, office 415 106th St. Broome St.
Home for Young Women, 49 W. 9th St. Branches Chapin Home for the Aged and Infirm, 151 E. 66th at 308 2d Ave., 153 E. 62d St. St.
Home of the Daughters of Jacob, 302 E. Broadway. Charity Organization Society, 105 E. 22d St.
Hopper, Isaac T., Home, 110 2d Ave. Chebra Hachnosath Orchim. See Hebrew Shelter- House of Calvary (Incurable Cancer, Females), ing House and Home for Aged.
5 Perry St. Children's Aid Society, executive office 105 E. House of Mercy (Protestant Episcopal), W. 214th 22d St.
St., cor. Bolton Rd. Children's Temporary Home, 442 W.23d St. House of Nazareth, W. 236th St., near Spuyten Christian Home for Girls, 217 E. 62d St.
Duyvil. Christian League Women's Industrial Home, 5 E. House of Refuge, Randall's Island. 12th St.
House of Rest for Consumptives, Inwood-on-theChristian Workers, 129 E. 10th St.
Hudson, office, 59 E, 59th St. Christie St. House, 129 Christie St.
House of the Good Shepherd, foot of E. 90th St. Christliches Madchenheim, 217 E. 620 St.
House of the Holy Comforter for Incurables, Colored Orphan Asylum, Amsterdam Ave., near 'foot W. 139th St. W. 143d St.
House of the Holy Family, 136 2d Ave. Co-operative Home, 348 W. 14th St.
Howard Mission and Home for Little Wanderers, Crittenton, Florence, Mission, 21 Bleecker St. 225 E. 11th St. Darrach Home for Crippled Children, 118 W. 104th Huguenot Home of French Church Du St. Esprit, St.
237 W. 24th St. Day School and Home for Crippled Children, 2111 Hungarian Relief Society, 3 State St. Madison Ave.
Industrial Christian Alliance, 170 Bleecker St. Deaconess Home (Baptist), 312 W. 54th St.
Industrial Home, 628 W. 30th St. Deats, Hiram, Memorial Home for Children, 54 Infant Asylum, Amsterdam Ave., cor. 61st St. Washington Sq. S.
Insane Asylum, Ward's Isl'd,office foot E. 116th St. Dominican Convent Our Lady of Rosary (Home Isabella Heimath, Amsterdam Ave.and W.190th St. for Destitute Children), 329 E. 638 St.
Institution of Mercy, 1075 Madison Ave. Edgewater Creche, C. D. Kellogg, Treas., 29 E.
Jeanne d'Arc Home for French Girls, 251 W.24th St. 29th St.
Jennie Clarkson Home for Children (Valhalla, Elizabeth Home for Girls, 307 E. 12th St.
N. Y.), office 264 Lenox Ave. Elmira Reformatory, office 135 E. l5th St.
Juvenile Asylum, office, 106 W.27th St. Emergency Shelter for Women with Children, 311 Leake and Watts'Orphan House, Hawthorne Ave., • E. 13th St
near City Line. Eva Home, 153 E. 62d St.
Leo House for German Catholic Immigrants, Fisher, Mary, Home, 2450 Grand Ave.
6 State St. Five Points House of Industry, 155 Worth St. Lincoln Hospital, E. 141st St., cor. Concord Ave. Five Points Mission, 63 Park St.
Lutheran Pilgrim House, 8 State St. Florence Home for Working Girls, 140 E. 14th St. McAuley's Water St. Mission, 316 Water St. Foundling Asylum, 175 E. 68th St., near 3d Ave. Magdalen Benevolent Society, Bolton Ave., Free Home for Destitute Young Girls, 23 E. 11th St. Inwood. French Evangelical Home for Young Women, 341 Margaret Louisa Home of Young Women's ChrisW. 30th St.
tian Association, 14 E. 16th St. German Lutheran Emigrant Home, 4 State St. Medical Missionary Home, 288 Lexington Ave. German Odd Fellows' Home and Orphan Asylum, Messiah Home for Children, W. 177th St., cor.
Havemeyer Ave., near Watson, Unionport. Montgomery Ave, Golden Hour Home, 241 E. 19th St.
Methodist Episcopal Home, Amsterdam Ave., cor. Grace Church Hospital, 414 E. 14th St.
92d St. Heartsease Home for Friendless Girls, 313 W.530 St Midnight Mission and St. Michael's Home, office, Hebrew Benevolent and Orphan Asylum, Amster- 289 4th Ave. dam Ave., near W. 137th St.
Mission of Our Lady of the Rosary for the ProtecHebrew Infant Asylum, 907 Eagle Ave.
tion of Irish Immigrant Girls, 7 State St. Hebrew Sheltering, Guardian Orphan Asylum, Mission of the Immaculate Virgin, 375 Lafayette St. Broadway and W. 150th St., 507 W. 155th St., and Montefiore
Home for Chronic Invalids, Broadway Broadway, near W. 145th St.
and W. 138th St. Hebrew sheltering House and Home for Aged, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 229 E. Broadway.
office Post-Office Building, Manhattan Borough. Hirsch, Clara de, Home for Working Girls, 225 National Sunshine Settlement Home, 352 W.40th E. 638 St.
St. Home for Aged and Infirm, Blackwell's Island. Newsboys' Lodging House, 14 New Chambers St. Home for Aged and Infirm Hebrews, 121 W. 105th New Sailors' Home of Prot. Epis. Mission to SeaSt.
men, 52 Market St. Home for Convalescents, 433 E. 118th St.
New York-Asylums and Homes bearing prefix Homefor Crippled and Incurable Children, Broad- "New York” will be, as a rule, found in this way, cor. W. 155th St.
list minus the prefix. Home for Destitute and Crippled Children, 141 New York Orphan Asylum, Hastings, office 105 E. W. 61st St.
22d St. Home for Evicted and Homeless Women with Orphan Home and Asylum of Protestant Episcopal Children, 311 E. 12th St.
Church, office, 105 E. 22d St.