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NEW TRANSIT IDEA.
E. J. McCormack Thinks Elevated
in Centre of Blocks Practicable.
The recent statement or Edward M. Bassett. Pub
lic Service Commissioner, that during the next
twenty years much attention must be given to de
pressed roads nnfl- to elevated s/yytcms of a hand
pome and -noiseless type, (Ml caused much discus
sion among real estate men.' coming, as it does, nt
a time, when subways .are generally, regarded a.>,
the most practical and modern form or transit.
Edward J. MeCormack. president of the McCor
tnacU Rear Estate Compsny. is: one of those who
hClds to Mr. Bassetl's views. In commenting. upon
them Mi McCormack said: . -
' •It takes longer and costs more to build a sub
way than I depressed -line, or an elevated railway.
The latter system is the least costly and requires
less time to MM than any other. This fact is
Important when the necessity of relief* from transit
congestion is so crying that 'it*' Is plain that the
most expedient thing to do is to construct those
line** which are the quickest and cheapest built.
"It is apparent, of course, that there would be
little economy In filling our great thoroughfares
«-ith elevated lines. There is a* alternative, how
ever, that seem? not. only practical, but would af
fora opportunity fcr public improvements In other
ways. That is. in building the elevated lines in the
centre of blocks. This idea has been suggested be
fore, but with different plan* in view.
"The building of elevated lines through the centre
of blocks having business establishments on either
fide seems more practicable and permissible than
their construction in the street in front of business
houses, as is the case to-day. Through certain
classes of tenement districts it should be so also.
The present idea includes, however, the plan of
nmlm-':r where possible, the entire Mock.
Through its centre would run the elevated railway,
■while on either side tne property could be trans
formed into a public p:>rk. The space directly be
neath th« elevated structure could be made a shel
tered playground. On one side, perhaps, the open
surface space could be made available for a motor
parkway. Such a system could be easily estab
lished in many parts of Brooklyn, where most of
the blocks are 7<X> feet long by 200 wide."
COLD STORAGE COMPANY IN TROUBLE.
Binehaznton. N. T.. July 4— A voluntary peti
tion in bankruptcy was filed yesterday by the
Binghamton Cold Storage Company, a ration,
capitalised at $140,000. United States District Judge
George W. Ray appointed Henry L. Beach re
ceiver. The application was made to protect cred
itor* and try to straighten out the business, with
a view to reorganizing.
ACCUSE SECOND NEGRO OF THEFT.
Sehenectady. N. T.. July —The police late last
night arrested a negro giving his name as Eugene
* "Wilson, whom they suspect of having been con
nected with the theft of J50.OO) from a registered
mail pouch in Kansas City. The negro answers
the descriptions sent out perfectly, even bearing
the scars over the eye and on his elbow. He was
causrht jumping a freight train near the New York
station. He had come from Cleveland, and ad
mitted that he h»d been in the West. He denied
any connection with the robbery, however.
THE ROAD TO RIP VAN WINKLE LAND.
The opening of the new Delaware & Eastern Rail
road brings into easy access a new and hitherto
Inaccessible resort section apiropriately termed
•the heart of the Catskills." The new railway
serves a territory of more than fifty nvles. and
forms a connecting link between the Ontario &
' Western Railway at East Branch. N. V.. and the
Ulster & Delaware Railroad at Arkville. with a
branch line from Union Grove to Andes. The re
gion reached by the Delaware & Eastern comprises
virgin mountain, woodland and valley, dotted with
lakes and streams at an, average elevation of 3.500
feet. Illustrated booklets describing this region
are issued by A. M. White, general passenger
agent. No. 7 Wall street.
NO NORFOLK & SOUTHERN CHANGES.
Norfolk, Va.. July 4.— General Manager Fitzger
ald, of the Norfolk & Southern Railroad, announced
in a statement to-day that no material changes
in the force, wages or train service of the road
are contemplated and that the receivers will in
spect the system on or before Tuesday.
ARTHUR S. HARDY RECOVERING.
Putnam. Conn.. July 4 -A restful day was
MMi by Arthur B. Hardy, .ormerly Minister to
Spain who is at the Day Ktmball Memorial Hos
pital after an operation for appendicitis. It is
eaid that while the period in which there is danger
of a serious change in the condition of the patient
is not over. «Ie prospects are that there will be
no drawback to a speedy convalescence.
PEACE FOR THE EARS IN SARATOGA.
bOIW, N. V., July 4-Th- police to-day rfr
iaiv enforced th* law prohibiting the use and sale
of "fireworks, and for the flr*l time in the hlstorj
of S:,:atr, pa Springs not a firecracker was fired
nor a torpedo exploded in the village.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
APARTMENT TO LET.
Long Island Real Estate for Salt.
ISEAN AITvORP \o . Mgr^_g7J_Hroadm-.y. New Tork.
60 Liberty «t.
ITRMXHEI) ROOMS TO CT
'i^li vrr" r.iS WEST.— MM rooms, front;
rrivate'bath: separate entrance: or Fickle
rooms. Janitor. _^^^.
I>RESSMAKIX« AM> MIIMNERY.
Mr,. Corkrey. Si Crescent St.. Usasg Island
Oty. — —
Tvm'cArlE Qrt of T— r fine original
wavr. .;■ r landscap impor^i;
r rl^e. »130. Weise. ••- v •"•• *'■ ft. ■
HKI.r WANTKD. .
ar- pal. ••" tOT '*? * ork: «'" nllnßtl<>n< '
of all kinds soon; expert advice, sample «•*■
tlon. and Booklet 335. describing lorftlons
•nd telling caMert and quick** way M
»ecur* them free Writ* now. V.ASH
xngton cww. HBmo! saioou
•Washington. D. C.
M«I- ORIKR UVSINE^S.— Uefore. you
Fta-t cet «i ■■■■;■■■ «f my l«r(t» lilu«tr»te<l
1->.>-paee book; tells now to advertise; buy
•oodii- expo»«-s oil «ecrets; act Issued In
"nter^T Af any •upi.ly b—a»: over so.omt
copies sold; satisfaction ruaranteed; par
ticulars free. A. f*WETT. 620 Royal In
eurance Bldg.. Chicago.
MANAGER WANTED; ev*ry section to
appoint nr«-nt» Tor K«V Improved
fenny Peanut Vending Machine; *<» '«'
Ti«klv pi< .•' earred; finish tieautlful.
aariltfciy thmiighout; sold on eafy amr
t>jer.T« Jh«'iiw»n,d* now in use; sample
rent free. I*r<ii;oiiiti..n will please you If
»•«• still h»vr opening in • y«ur •ectlon.
OP.HAT WESTERN t=CAI-E MFG.
WORKS. Dept. <M. < :■'■■-• 111.
KI'FITIANW. ' younr. wanted for boy«"
bra»e band. Gut. Edward.- 1512 Broad
TWO COMrETTENT <;ir!l^ to <!■» work nt
■ house; .•■■• •• £5 West 36th St. 30-2.
VSI'.FVL, COMPANION for !n»»lid. mod
• „'- salary; |!tc full r*rti«-ula.r« and
reference*. A Sore** TEACHEK. Box 8.
RIVER VIEW MANOR
\ Hnm* S!t« irfcAfa the fnvlrnnrafnt is
HASTINGS HOMES COMPANY
47 West 42nd St.
RULAND & WHITING CO.
6 BEEKMAN ST. NEW iQRK
To Let' for Business Purposes.
Very Pesirabte Ston and
1364 Broadway ....
trim »rr«T.RVATioy or one Trrxrmw
Apply to Renting Agent.
. 610 Tribun* Building,
164 Nassau 81
Country Property for Sale.
A WELL EQUIPPED POULTRY PLANT,
about IS miles out. one-half mile from station;
good residence, modern conveniences; well built
poultry bulJding-s to accommodate 2.000 laying
hens; brooder houses, incubator cellar, etc., all
in excellent condition. Good stable. About 20
acres. Good rich soil, well adapted for crops
and poultry growing. Must be sold at. once.
F. H. DILLINGHAM,
23 Barclay Street. New York City.
I have the mo.<-t beautiful location
for a botiie within 40 minutes of
Grand Central Station. Write me
CHAS. 1.. VAN FOSSEX,
712 SIXTH A\r.
TjK'R SALE.— A BEAUTIFUL AND COMFORTABLE
A. summer home at Water Witch. N. J.. a restricted
residential place, one hour and twenty minutes from New
York by Sandy Hook boat. House is delightfully situated
•■n high ground and cc's breezes from every quarter.
The views from the extensive verandas cannot be ex
celled on the .Atlantic Coast from Maine to Florida.
House has a large living room, dining room, butler's
pantry and sun parlor tin main floor, besides a large
entrance hall, which can he used as a Horary. There
are four l»*droomi«. two bathrooms and a shower bath
on first floor up. ar.d two larce liejrooms on second floor.
Ample closet room. Kitchen, laundry, two servants'
roams, bathroom and pantries are on the ground floor.
Mar. House has every modern convenience, with lawn,
shade and prounds sufficient t.i he delightful without being
burdensome. Is admirably adapted (or » Jour season, as
It has a so"'! furnace, besides three fireplaces. Will be
sold fnriiHhed or unfurnished, and terms, with all particu
lars, inav be had by adJressing
Wool Exchange nuildlng.
ISrookshle. N. J.. 4 miles went of Moirlstown. on
N. J. & I'mn. H. H- via Larkawaima R. X. ; most at
tractive 7 acre curnfr plot; lake view; spring; tieantlful
(ountry; cultivatnj and apples. Asked until AugUFt $1500.
What Is offered? KOBHX, 137 No. 11th st .. Newark. K. J.
<>-l - Xf\f\ —7 -ROOM HOUSE. BARN. . FRUIT.
tj?_L,Ov/U. water. 14 acres, i."OO other plat-?* near this
city clie^ri. Terms easy, Oome and see IS nilO-
I'HEY'S REALTY EXCHANGE, No. M Grand St.. Dan
>"i:\v Esaaukxn FARMS FOR BUSINESS, PLEAS
t ure or investment; $»H) to $.">«*. 0 1 * 1 : Illustrated cir
cular free. Dept. 11*. P. 1". LsssWkND, - IIS Devonshire
st . Boston. Mass
Country Property Wanted.
V\7ANTim.— INFORMATION REGARDING A GOOD
T \ farm for sale: not particular about location; wish
to hear from owner only who will sell direct to buyer;
five price description and state when possession ran I*
had. Address L. DAHBi SHIRE. liox 1901. Rochester.
N. Y. ' .
New Jersey Real Estate.
DISS'RABUS VILLAGE PLOT. ABOUT ONE ACRE.
► find* and fruit trees; healthy and pleasant sur
roundin;?!"- schrols. churches, water supply, electricity
and M>wers. Three railroads. About fifty mile- from
New York. Ruom for. staMes, itardens. lawns or play
jrrounde. Would make quiet . summer residence or per-;
mancnt home. For particulars address H. O. RITTEN
HOI'SE. 3'.»2 Jefferson avf.. Brooklyn. N. Y.
Real Estate to Exchange.
AT LARCHMONT, N. Y.
Magnificent location, adjoining Urrhmont Yacht Club,
with aci-eaite. frontlnc on Sound and three streets;
unexcelled view on Bound: .desirable, spacious mansion:
electrlcallv equipped Harare; equity J^o.itOO; ral^ht
exchange for small city dwelling having about ?in.ii(»o
equity. .1 ARTHUR FISHER. 607 Sixth avenue, Man
hattan. - .
Real Estate Wanted.
W HAVE A CLIENT FOR RESIDHXCK IN RE
*» flned location near Central Park. Will pay
MOOOOCi Tor more. Ownw. only. FABKMIW MOKT
;',,;!,' AXD LOAN ,-OMPANY. 22.'. Fifth Avenue.
Country Property to Let.
" BEACON HALL
••The Best for Yearn to Come."
luxurious summer apartments of r» and 0 room* an.l
», V private porch for each tenant. Rates jr,o and
Upwards APPIy to BURTON C. MEIGHAN. 220 Main
St.. New Rochelle.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
87» WEPT END AVK. (corner 103 d at-).—
Block from Riverside Park, subway sta
tion and surface cars; most beautiful loca
tion In New York: handsomely furnished
rooms: private baths; private telephone:
A GENTLEMAN who has been handling
large correspondence of good business
principals leslres to make connection with
tiryt class house or private party. Addrt-ss
J. A . Box 19. Tribune Offlce.
BTTCHEB and CARVER. — City or coun
try, (t X.. 158 West 130 th ft.
CASHIER, who has been very sucre».«ful
In building up country bank. Is desirous
of maklnr a change; 14 years' experience
In large New Tork <"Ity bank; will organize
and Invest if necessary: record and refer
ences will convince as to character, ability
and other qualification?.- Confidential. Box
42. Tribune OlT.ce. -New York City.
niAITFKIT.. ■-«'« refill driver: good me
chanic; d.i own repairing; salary r»hM»ii
able to start. MISMWJ . ZSI West 143 d St.
CHACPTECR.— a pood family; good
mechanic; best references. It. McGhle,
1694 3d aye
CARPENTER «42i; experienced; hotel, real
estate, factory; clt»- or country. Emil
Carstens, B Sylvan Place, near ll'<rth st.
CARPENTER, cabinetmaker; foreman; ex
pert inside sad outside; make own plans
and able to >stlmate. dfatanf no object.
• aiperter, 749 40th at . Brooklyn.
CIfAI'FFEITR. MECHANIC— Seven years'
exr*rl«ncc; 'il> or country: best refer
ences. Address Frank, care of S, Octet. 03
rHAITKEIF- <"areful driver. Btrlctly
sober and reliable, own repairing: handy
with tools: best reference : private family;
country preferred. Berg. 233 Flatbush aye.,
<"HAt'KFK!'R — Competent: three years'
experience on all makes of earn, can do
own repairing; best references. Mc<V>rkell,
202 West 133 d at.
CHAUFFEUR.— Bxftience on Corbln.
Peerles. and Carter car. T. Klar, 310
East 73d st. •
CHAIFFKIT. 25: mechanic; careful
driver; do own repairing: good reference;
■oeaka English and Follth. 223 Weat
CHAUFFEUR.— SingIe; aged 23; on «-.»'•■
lene car; strictly temperate, reliable: cam
to own repairs; rood references; will so
anywhere. W. Bcott. Box MS. Clibartvtlla.
ENGINEER. — Dynamo, ire machine, firing
and repairing, city or country: moderate
wages; references. Engineer, l:> Nassau
rfEW-YORK' DAILY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY, JULY 5, 1908.
Furnished Houses to Let — Country.
CO7.Y 10-ROOM COTTAGE. Qni-TTLY .^ITKATRP;
all modern Irnprovrrn*:it»; special reduced price
season. W. H. M'AI.I'IN. Stamford. X. T.
Cape Cod; r«
Do* W. South
HOTEI. CI.ERK — Gerrnnn- American; aged
3.'.; city or country; steady and reliable:
g<»od reference*, rtobert Wolf. 200 A Dourer
et.. Jersey City.
MAN, BR. offi>'er Fpanuh-Amerlcan War
and Philippine Insurrection, recently held
important position Philippine government,
energetic, fluent Spanish, going shortly to
Old Mexico, prospecting, etc., would Ilka
commission!" or work there; highest cre
dentials and references. Address H., Box
10, Tribune Office.
PORTER or NIGHT WATCHMAN.— Best
city references. Mayer, 202 West 34th st.
PAINTER. — Competent. . with all tools,
wants work for landlords, architects or
estates. Box 504. 1318 2d aye. Tel. 2**s—
POSITION In private school as piano In
structor; to take -harge of department
or assist, city or suburb. F. E. Miller.
Kih Park l'lace. Hrooklyn.
STABLEMAN. — IJy young American; aged
3S; or anything; ben references. Ad
<3res» Janitor. 584 East ]GT.th St.. Uronx.
WINIX>W CLEANER— Voting Tr.an. ex
psilinnd. war.t.« ntea<ly position; 3 yearc'
re'eren'«-s. 11. oslnchu'k, l»ft Avenue U.
YOr.NO MAN - Ag-d 22. nrat appearance;
quick and accurate at (Inures; clerical
work; t>est references. Volnaon. 621 Weat
Y«H NG MAN —Energetic; we!l appearing;
age,! 30. knowledge of bookkeeping; or
outside nun; would like !o connect with
reliable h.-uxr. H s . 1034 Trinity a ye.
SECRETART. COMPANION.— By college
graduate; excellent reader stenographer
knowleoge of boookkeeHnr; musician :
would travel; best reference!*. Address T
\\\, Box 172. West wood. N. J. * uurF " w '
SWITCHHUARD OI'KRATOR - By younf
la.ly; aged 17; refer-nce. R. A.. Tribun?
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
ATTENDANT md valet, by first class
man. Swedish; understands his duties
thoroughly: excellent references; wage*
small. <)Bterberjt» llureau, 71« Lexington
aye. Telephone lev, i'laza.
DLTl^KB.— Man and wife, or man alone,
colored; wife, chambermaid; miin » years'
city reference. Otll Monday. :,« East 63d
st . city. Hubert Ru;.-ell.
BIITLEn. — Thoroughly competent to tak«
full charge of household end catering for
parti's and entertainments, both social ami
charitable: Id ye«n with Gould family:
undeniable references. By letter, E. IST
East VS,lh at.
Lord & Taylor
Lisle Thread Hose
Plain Black, White or Tan in a variety of
weights from the very sheer to the medium
textures; openwork effects in Black, lan
and White; hand embroidered styles in
Tan and Black,
35c. per pair — 3 pairs for $1.00
Plain Black, Colored and Openwork Silk in
marvelously wrought designs,
$1.25 per pair, value $1.95
Infants and Misses Socks
An unusually complete assortment of season
able styles to be found in a wide range of
sizes, comprised of Pin Dots, Striped Effects,
Plaid Tops, most desirable colors; Openwork
and Plain Socks in all the correct shades.
From 25c. upwards.
Broadway & 20th St.; sth Aye.; 19th St.
Lor d & Taylor
The Greatest Success
of the Season
Superior to Walking Pump, Sailor Tie or
Colonial, in White Calf, Patent Leather,
Black Russia or Tan Russia.
Welted or Turn Soles.
" Positively Will Not Slip At Heel."
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
Broadway & 20th St.; sth Aye.; 19th Sk
Auction Sales of Real Estate. Auction Sales of Real Estate.
Bryan L. Kennelly, AuctV.
Offices, 156 Broadway, New York City.
By order of GEORGE C. AUSTIN, Esq . Assignee of the
CORBIN BANKING COMPANY
(KOCKAWAY TAKK IMrROVKMKNT COMPANY).
500 MAGNIFICENT LOTS
WITHIN CITY LIMITS. 16 MII.KS FROM CITY HALL.
On Atlantic Ocean & Jamaica Bay.
l.(»X(i ISI.ANO RAII.KOAD STATION ON THK PROPKUTY.
TOBKsom Saturday, July 25, 1908,
At 11 A. M., on the Premises, Rain or Shine.
60% on Mortgage 1 or 2 Years at 5%,
Titles Guaranteed. Policies Delivered Frse.
I>on't I'all to Yl-.lt thr Prnpcrtr Hrforr Burin* Hae Where.
BEKP FOR ILX.UBTRATBD BOOKMAPfI TO AUCTIONEER'S OFFICES. ISi BROADWAT
NGLAND rOTTACiKS ON OCCAM.
•Tited, completely furnished; all con\eniences;
; moderate rents; cool climate; line beach,
i Harwich, Mass.
DOMKMTIC SITUATIONS »»ANTKU.
nUTI..ER.— OOOK.— French couple: for pri
vate family; good references. i. 8., I'3U
West 3Cth st.
COUPI^K. German, first class cook, good
houseworker; useful man. R'»>d garden, r,
friend, first cln.-.s ch<-f; private, public
Morrow's Bureau, 721 Lexington aye., cor.
CARETAKER.— Young couple wishes to
take charge i>f residence for summer
months or longer; rrf*n-nc»-H Al. Mrs. 1-
HlKßlns. 1022 East 150 th St., Bronx. .
COOK. STEWARD or RfTLER VALET —
Japanese; long: experience, any place;
references. Terefca, 104 Sand" St., Hrook
COOK— Japanese; first class; In small fam
ily or bachelor's apartment: has good ex
perience; reference. Ueorße Oglno. 116
Sands nt.. Hrooklyn.
COACHMAN. *c— COOK. — English couple;
man ■narhman, or could do Indoor work;
wife first cla.«s rook; quod references. A.
J. H.. 334 East 42.1 Rt.
COACHMAJi. 'Geptiemaa going abroad <!<•
streK position for his coachman, whom he
can thoroughly recommend; s.ilier, neat amf
City; married, no children. Address John
Aubrey, cure J. K. Uartiour. I'a'ersoii.
OOACHIIAK.- Coop**; wife will do co..k
Ing. waiting or aecond laumlress work;
Wll] d > work of small place tußflher; eigiit
years" reference M., Mi=s Fl'.zgerald's
Barean. r<U't Fifth aye., corner 42ii.
COACHMAN.— Just disengaged: always
lived with first-class city families; would
like to go to the country for the summer
season. Address I>. P., 788 9th aye.
COACHMAN. single; generally useful:
careful driver; good worker: willing,
obliging. best references. Useful, Tribune
Uptown Office, KIM Broadway.
COACHMAN. — Just dl«enirarf(]. country
preferred: thorough horseman. groom,
driver: economical manager, studies em
ployer's Interests, abaolatetj s.l.»t. oblig
ing, willing: undei'tamls lawn, nowers.
Powers. 256 Went 36th st
FAHMKR.— SmaII family; experience In
vegetables, lawns. Flirubo. cows, hor«e*
and p<>i!ltry; Industrious, sober; excellent
references. ■ Addr. •- Wm. c Trlmpt-, .-are
of Murphy, Woodslde Park, New Roohelle,
FARMER or USEFUL MAN.— Good vege
table grower, hni'seworker or cook; by a
young Irish i.uple. no children; goo<l ref
erence. Carpenter's Hureau, I.'M Uth aye.
GARDENER. — Young German, single; hot
house, glass frames, fruit*. flowers, gen
eral work; line vegetable grower; «eil re
ommended. Carpenter's Bureau, I"4 6th
GARDENER.— S»eiiUh. married, one child;
firm class; take entire charce of gentle
man's place; fourteen years In last posi
tion. Oaterberg's Bureau. 718 Lexington
ay*. • T»in> but >« '.u'<~ Plaza.
City Property for Sale.
f\JeW I 17 Rooms and 3 Baths—
O P a mil ' st;am Heat— Rent $900
o-rdmn j Pr , ces9tsOo Easy Terms
fl OUSe I 149 th St. and 3rd Aye.
A DETACHED COTTAGE.
surrounded hr lovely lawns and shrubberies, containing
eleven rooms and conservatory; two toilet,. hath with
tiled floors and walls; equipped with most modern plumb
ing, hot water, heating system; piazza on first and sec
ond floor; all rooms tastefully decorated parquet floors
fancy mantelpieces of carved wood, cement walks around
bouse and garden: Uuec-n Anne gtvle stair and re
taining wall of solid masonry; locate.l on heights of Har
lem River, flva minutes' walk from the subway nation
price, JIB.OOU, of which $I«M»ki can remain on mortgage
WM. niCHTnKRO <R.)
720 6th aye . cor. l-st,r N. v. '
BROADWAT. NORTHWEST CORNER OF READE ST "•
»W.«xll'4. for sale; one of the most desirable cor
ners downtown. Apply to-WM. C. WALKER'S SONS
Heal Estate Loans.
IjURST AND SECOND MORTGAGE MONeTtoToT^T-
X 1X 1 applications from principals only GEORTK V
EHRGOTT. 160 Broadway. Tel. 3052-3* Cortlan" t
DOMESTIC bWIATIONS IVAMtu.
GARDENER. — Sincie; Scotch; 19 years'
experience on gentlemen's country p'lsces;
pardener. coachman, useful man. all kinds
of work: reliable, strictly temperate. Write
or call, between 11 and 1. M. R. Morrison
43:: 3d aye. V
OARDEKEK and COACHMAN.— Single;
K.1..U references. P. M . <a;e f T.
Purcell, 3033 Corlear aye., KmgsbrMge.
HOUSEWORKBRS-— Brother «nd sister;
do entire work .small family; city or
out; go separate; highest recommenda
tions ;\ knowledge «)f automobiles. MOR
ROW'S. 721 Islington aye., cor :.sth it
MoySEWORKERS. — General: man and
wife; colored; or carstaken; city or out
of town. 0 K. Lewis. •_'«(! West 143J-st.
MARRIED trOUPLE. one child, take entire
chars*- gaaUeman'a place, farm; thor
oughly experienced: gardening farming'
tniaril help; sober, industrious; gi»nl ref<r
ettCCS Edward. Ml East 18th st.
USEFUL MAN.— Single: Scotch; ar.ienln
couching, all kinds of work on K.-ritle
men'f country places; is years' experience;
reliable: strictly temperate. Malcolm Mor
rison. 432 3d aye.
COMPANION.— lady of good fam
ily would take eharg* of a coupla of
children who accompany paivnt- travelling
or In tin? country. Ml>« 1.. I. if., general
<l*-H\ci>. I'utemon, N. J.
CAPAUL.K. well educated woman win take
charge of one or two chllaren. or act as
maid to lady: apeak* »11 languages; excel
lent seamstress and embroiderer; good i.f
erenrcs. M. 0.. MUs Fitzgerald's Hutr.iu
603 ."th a\e.. corner -IIM st
COOK. — First-class; good references; wages.
$2.'. to S.'lO. Coot an.l laun<ires»; refer
ences; wage*. $i"J. w»ltr»-s and chamber
maid: references: wagt-s. jl* to tit*. Nurse.
North of Ireland. Infant or Kronlnc chil
dren; wages, Jr.". A number of good ser
vant* at Flaherty 1 ! Bureau. 455 Columbua
»>•. Tel. 741 River
: Will close daily at 5 P. M. and
Saturdays at 12 O'clock.
' .TO-MORROW, SEVERAL STYLES OF
Women's Summer Dresses
At These Unusually Low Prices
DRESSES OF GINGHAMS. BATISTES. LAWNS AND LINEN*.
• a t $4.50, 5.75, 8.50, 9.75, 15.00
DRESSES OF PLAIN AND ? FANCY SILKS, $18.00, 22.50
COAT SUITS OF PLAIN LINEN, . 16.00
TUB SKIRTS, "':/, from 52.50 to 7.95
A Special Purchase of
Women's White & Colored Waists
at *1.65 f 1.98, 2.75, 3.95 & 4.95
'■;.% Greatly Below Regular Prices
Special Sale of Women's Shoes
An Improved Sailor Tie
SHORT VAMP EFFECT AND CLOSE FITTING AT THE HEELS,
WHICH PREVENTS SLIPPING.
in Patent Leather, $"2 f) p^
White, Tan and Black Calf, at *?'^
Colored Dress Goods
Clearing Sale of 1500 Yds.
IMPORTED SUMMER FANCY VOILES IN SHEER LIGHT WEIGHT
FABRICS AND TAILOR SUITINGS IN STRIPES AND CHECKS.
Formerly *1. 2.5 to 2.25 Yd. Reduced to 4oC
ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE LATEST STYLES OF BATHING
HATS CHARLOTTE CORDAY. THE MUSHROOM AND MERRY
WIDOW OF STRAW AND RUBBER, ALSO BASHING CAPS.
MISSES' MOHAIR SUITS, trimmed with braid. $3.95, 4.50
WOMEN'S MOHAIR SUITS. ■, qk c; 75
in black, blue, brown and (<wy. ■*•»»*■
WOMEN'S TAFFETA SILK SUITS. 8.50, 13.50
Sale of Desirable Silk Parasols
Choice Quality Plain Taffeta Silks, in all desirable colorings, inclu d- $ 1 Q^
ing Hunter and Dark Green, also Black and White Stripe Effects, :-.»_•>;•/
Extra Quality Plain and Tucked Taffeta Silks. . . ' *2 OS
in Large Floral Designs, also Embroidered Linons. ***T%J
Values $3-75 to 5.00
Balance of High Grade Imported Parasols
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Irish, Scotch & German Linens
DIRECT IMPORTATIONS WILL BE OFFERED TO-MORROW
At Considerable Reductions from Former Prices
Full Bleached Damask Table Cloths,
2x2 yds, $1.95, 2.50 ->x_> ? _> yds, $2.45, 3.15
2x3 " 2.95, 3.65 3.50, 4.85
Napkins f Breakfast Size, Doz. $2.00, 2.45
to match Dinner Size, 2.95, 4.20
HEMSTITCHED LINEN SHEETS. Pair 3.45, 4.40
HFMST'D LINEN PILLOW CASES, Pair $1. 25, 1.50, 1.75
HAND EMBROIDERED PILLOW CASES. " 1.75, 2.50, 3.15
HUCK AND BATH TOWELS, Doz. 2.85, 4. 20, 5.50
CROCHET BED SPREADS, 70c. 1.00, 1.20
Boys' and Children's Clothing
July Clearance Sale of Broken Lots
Boys' Norfolk and Double-breasted. Suits.
'Fancy Cheviots and Worsteds, representing many $ _ ca 7-
of this season's best styles,. Formerly $6.75 to 1045. *•'••'", 4.^.0
Boys' Reefers, Sailor and Russian Suits, «-*-?«: 550 675
in plain colors or fancy mixtures. -%7.**7, v. -»
Formerly $4.95 to QOS
Boys' Colored Madras Blouses,
'with.neck band, celebrated "Star" Brand, Regularly 95c to $1.45. OVC
Boys' and Youths* Negligee Shirts, of Madras, Value 95c to $1.45. 6°C
West Twenty-third Street
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
331 Madison aye. Tel. 3734— :iMh. Sup
pile* high rial I household" servants, male
mid female; references personally, invrst*
p.ited. gov -rr.. .-sea. companions. housekeei>
ers. all nationalities; opening closing,
i-leanlnjr ham is. fall and spring; houses
cared lor djrtng sumner.
of America Inc .
OOi >*. 9E. t-'d *t Telephone. 2y.>3— .ISth.
Select help. Vale ml female. All n.ttlon
alltles. References personally lnv»stinatetl.
Ootaraiaaap, !. .lie*' maids. Infants nurse*,
cook*. iIIIHHML laundresses, chamtjer
mnlijs, married couples,' ' butlers, valets.
eic. -••'.<-: ._;_-. -.-,,. /■'•
ATTENDANT —By refined young woman;
with elderly or Invalid lady: g,»od refer
ence*; small ary for summer. Miss I-
C. 3 Waldrun .\e.. Nya.k. N. T.
COOK. — Vi.unt Finnish Klrl; 2'j >ear« iaM
pl-ce; I .st references; willing to relp
laundry: •■■•iin'- preferred. Ju^slla Hureau.
MO Lexington aye.
COOK, — Cum|.et«-nt Swedish cook; v an take
entire charco. with kUchenmal.l or alone;
bf-si references from New York f.imllle».
.iu**llu Hureau. >..""(> I.'tlngton aye.
COOK AND I. A! KDKKM — Neit Irl-h
;irl. cool ctiok and b.iker. good refer
»nc»s; «as« |25 OSTRHBKr.'S'S BU
REAL', "ltl I.rxinston. 1055 I'laza.
COOK Nat Swedish girl: excellent -rtok.
manager; takes entire t-harsrr r.f kitchen
bent of references; nagex f.V. OSTBR
RKRCS niHUL', 71« Uextnjton ase. T«t
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
CHILD'S NURSE 'oT'hOUSEKEEPER —
CHILI) S NTRSE or HOI'SEKEEPER —
Experienced, reliable woman. tlrst-class
city references. A. M . llrst door. first
fl>. r. « West UJ<th. MonJay until 11.
CHAMRERMAID an, I WAITRESS.—Com
;*tent Swedish -girl: good seamstress or
maid: excellent references. Jusslla Bureau.
W«J Lexington aye. v - . ■-;■.
CHAMBERMAID AND WAITRESS.— In
private family; country preferred: good
reference. I* Roman 13« West -"9th st.
CHAMBERMAID AND . WAITRESS -
German: • xcellen: references; wage* $20:
friend -hamberrnaltf and laundress; be«t
referfnes nages $2X OSTERBEROS
pr'RE.\t", 71« Lexington aye. Tel. li«.V.
FIRST CT^A.^S colts. Is'jnirwi-*. «rt
rr.iaci. . par^.rmaliis. chambermaids and
fcous-Ttinld* on r.*fid.. mostly ScanMn.tvlaa
and <;«riri»B help; iefrieu.es strictly In
ie»tijs:?<l ' -cmn^rina. Lan Knp.. l!ur»i
I«1 Lexington iv- . between iUtr> ai.J »*>»»
• ta. Tel. «v>.r_plmxa. ... ......
GERMAN-AMERICAN COOK. - First
class; friend waitress ami chnmber
m:\lu. also fli«t rli.j«« laundress; together
or «e;anite; clt». .cunt-» MORROWS
lll'ltKAf, "2f Islington aye. .cor. 3Mh.
GENERAL IIOt'SEWOnK.— M!*H* me.l
•MMI; Kncllßti ITntmtant: p!aln ciK»k.
lann-'.r. «.-•. <lty r>-n. <-». «ipariin<ni . tie
or [wo adult*. O. It.. Xll WtM l-.l -!
urxi'i;i>- . — .-»,-.!- 1 > Kir!: rtrst >!a«Jln
•»M] d?tt»ll: ."xiellent !aun-ir<»-. best
references; friend f!r»t . 'as* ohamber-
IWH; Mil ,»j.:ini!f DIiTERBCRO'!* HI
RE AT. 7I»S Lexington »«f. T> MB
UOCFKKEErER .M.i nag-Inn) — F»v refined,
comp^lrnt AmrrliM woman; hot*?. »tub
or private: city or country. A. F. . llox 6.
Tribune Office. , ■ .
1-A1 DRESS -Vr>un«. .Swedish; one mor»
waahln* at home; or da> • work. A. G.,
«*»• SO. TrtbuM v*---
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS 1»A>T«» .
I.AINDRFSS — Very fine; strong. wiM
youns; Irish Sir!, very gcod referent'*;
wages |r.' •■> $2T»; city or country: no •*"
Jectlon la ohamberwork. Flaherty'* B»^
reau. 455 Columbus aye. Tel. 741— R1TW3
NURSE, secretary an f companion, to I*9-
or*jentl«-man. by young, healthy. •""'
cat»d woman massage, manlourtnir: tlw,
■ r country. C. Y. Bom .*. Tribune OJ^Jj
NTRfE.- Reliable, competent woman. f*j
nervo-i* or any i.ther sickness: b*'t PB-'J*'
all l.in* reference.*. Address Xurse. Box »;
1.-.i:. .■;.! aye '*£
NURSE.— CtrI: .<«■■! 17: for grew:-' ceS s
dren: «>r ■ > rfj-lUht housework In *»*»:
famUy: wIIMrs;. honest. 1123 sr Mark»» T *g
Urooklyn. . ____— — -^
NEAT Gvrman-Air.erloan mWd> »**,
woman. . .imi'ii ■■<•• '•• t.ke '■'■'■' '"=*■;
of Infant or children. Mrs. 11. St-ainaß. J»|
m—nnl si Br«»kl>ii 'J^
OmrC rI.E/-NtNO.-Orrman «'••"■•£
warning .M- housework. Mr- Hu.lcrassi s
171 East 4tfc •! . ilia
SSKWING.-*l.H> p*>- .lay: «.«d »»' ! P^|
dressmaking; private families: m **•".*
try';* r»Bts dally, by v»e*k. le». •»:•;
itrra*. Referent «. '*>- '•'■ aye. -J^i
TEMPERATE AMERICAN «vM.\.tJ
et»l!.Jren. »ip«i a h. t water ftlt ,,'** h i f :^j
Xrry. fr.e rentr ref>r»tv*>«. « •*" ?! *,i. J
H uo^n. Mr*. Werden. 3^> \\ «j»ljr^aj^
TVUTRF-- - eh.!-*. •»'»«•«!*' jSS^
iilrl: *f".->K ip! oMl»--!|| K""«t * £j ;
r.enuuil; ••»- - «00.l trtre of »''V...--7i :
,'him ,-itv .•- .•■■unt" F'-i!-e-t> • I— «» _.-'.
4.^ .imr-u- -it Tel Hl-Khn^
\VASIiINO.-T«ur« s*c-l-<h "•"J*»2a
private family r »oardlr.« h.»us». "jirfi
la«. in nln« |n"i>r«oi k by we**™ j£j a
slerp home. Apart 20 ♦•» '
liftlh •: -J^%
YOl No UIRI.. ti.-r^ral h.MBW* <^j
Itood east and baker: excellent J^
drew: tevertl young «ir!». nurses '"uoaV
it»t hoitwworW: wag«s »UMH- r~Tj
ROW BIR'AL. 721 Uxta«tea »«\'-3