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ilnrk: r Concinchani <••> sir S-cond A-.emi«
TUiiway Co ct aJ. l->b 14 li»l<> (by bond. $1.
«RKtNWT'H ST. 537 to .-.<:.- X** York Cornice
and S*.' light Works act r T NesWt & CO
• Inc)- Feb 1«. l&U) (by bond>: Jf.l'-.
NEW BUILDING PLANS.
FEBRUARY ■
m iiiii
(With owner's nine aud address.)
21PT "'. "7 West, for a 1 *Tory Rtai«a storage.
" o»ner ajid architect. C v. Abbott. 230 Etrhth
FT NICHOIW_B AYE. « sr tmr 14Sth «t. par a <»
rtcrj" brif* t«^iemcr.t a.'id stor*. 24.11xl»i>;_ - T "*
CtvkPr. 2017 Fifth ay«, architect; cost. KtMinn.
rv^-ner, Rembraaeit R«alty Co. 3e«;» Braod
» a> .
ALTERATION PLANS.
MANHATTAN.
2PTIT ST ra East: to » 12 «teiT briok hot*?:
V.c*vr~ & iAndsledel. Third aye and 14ith *'•■
arrhl»»cts- cort. no.
Ouner. a W F-a*rer. on premises.
LIS PENDENS.
FEBRrARY 23.
llfiTH ST. 12 Ea^t: caaaaeatttM M Pilverman
rt al a;rt Jcsrpii Focha ct al < foreclosure of
ret«>: attorarys. Calm. Nordllnjjer & l.an
•lauor.
«T.I» ST. %«. 225 ft • '-••■„■ ?:.■.;.-.■! :
*']-._.rloTt.? <lo<viman ajrt Marie Schiels «" r a!
<ra.r?itsori> : attonx-yy. X Oohxj and J Levy.
*STIt ST. ... Rtidolpli Wallach a«i James
PVing\t «v < foreclosure of transfer of tax lien);
attnni»!7. nricir^s <t gart«n
4STH ST. 24<» Ka«: Adam Ueb et a 5 apt Anton
Hasmusscn et al (foreclosure of mtc); attornej'.
W Brunn«r.
ST xr « 114.5 ft n of 167 th at. -"• 5 x
*4 v.:T .'x74.7: RP^ n>-i;;y -'g' '<»■* Pftzoldt
Two of the QUALITY ADS.
IN TO-DAY'S /,
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE.
HELP WANTED.
Male.
WANTED — Kxpert maJ* stenographer. used t«
Kernincton. as secretary to buMOrm mao;
iclre reference* and wajrei* desire«l in answer.
Address S., Box 30, Tribune Iptown Offl<-e.
1364 Broadvrar.
Female.
riRST CI_%SS GERMAN COOK, for March 15.
In German private family (no children), in
Pa«*a.lc, N. J.; must be clean and neat, not
over So year*; waires, $40; only tboor with tw«t
referencrs mat answer. F. G. r Po*tofflce.
I .<-«*ir. X. J.
R.EAD THE OTHERS AND GO TO WORK.
HELP WANTED.
Male.
• iCOD jiayin; position, nar-? and conimisEloa
t^r • ..~v'- we*! afpearir^ men; small in
»»U"ent. Slkorra. US East 34th Ft.
a NKW ARTICLE. 100 per cent profit ; send two
cert Ram] for arorldiig sample. Emanon Spe
rj>zj:y Co.. 277 • . :way.
ii-I.E OFF'CE M»N. reliable, with $30u sp
■aar-2 security (secured): liberal salary. Call
*t^- day or hour. J.. 301 West 144 s=t-
Advertising solicitors for college and
sodotr publicat*r.s; 20 per c*>nt. Room 332,
1777 Brnadway^
*JEXTS. — On and OS BUM fascinates young
and old; fits the vest pocket; sample. 10c
F.ocrm 246. 1779 Broadway.
/GEXTs EL r. C. tire inflator. $20; Invaluable
to autcinobiitets; engine coes the work; gases
;jr!Sed and <--ooled: good opening for right men.
F.ooTn 24 s . 1773 Broadway.
A'JE.VT.<, male and female, '.o sell ■ -lire of
A II the 3* Popes. Lie-3cr"s Novelty House.
:."-■? Park Row. ne-ar Brooklyn Bridge.
A<tENTS— Sell novelty aeroplanes; interests
everybody; blir profits; information -"-»*. Lin
<^ln Sq*aare Novelty Works. 81 Broadway.
AGENTS to liasdie teas, coSees and spices;
build up a business of your own. Bums 4:
P.^ed. 203 Hudson st.
AGENTS wanted; giraplex window opener and
-iofr. William J. A. Liefer. lZi Park Rot.
ASSISTANT BCX'KKEEPERS to ci-mp!ete double
entry mas war.ted by expert accountant;
•-"urfce. ?2C'; evening* oniy. Accountant. 21 East
1 loth at.
BOOKKEEPER for lart:*- electrical house in
New Turk CJty; salarj-JiG to ftart. Oft.ll lm
rr»<3iatc!y, MigMll <Pciiticn Broker). Flatiron
Pujlfiir.j. _^___
•.'ANVASt-ERS — ?2-00 per day and carfare guar
anteed to <"x.perience<j rwwapaper and premium
ar-.-asser». liberal commission in addition; per
- a.-*-- ernplcyment in prcatrr New York and
-<«ri-" states. Wliliam H. Oute'ius, Room 323,
Tribune Building. 0 tn 1.
CANVASSERS, popular mapaiine; deliver '-and—
«om« premium first pßytutut, easy instalments;
biz oori_3»;««i"n.--, *4 imarttnr-^ L«w-I<-r.
2*9 We« S4rh"et : _"
CANVASSERS— Complete, rpew; Wsrsest dollar
f.fty worth ever attpxrplfi: biggest comrais
«>"ii. Hyatt, Ti Eeekman n.. Room *22. a. m.
r-HEF for private faraily; on- with fir>=- class
reference: Ti-*ges $>5. l*r.iv«>rsal Employment
Fur^au. 25 r^st 23d si. Mlsi» Pefkhim.
7"nE"VV MANAGER for dollar fifty premium
proposition ; rash security required. Hyatt. 5
Vkraan sr.. Rowi --. a. m.
J.BITOR'S ASSIfTAXTTon prominent masazlTie;
nOary J1.200 to start; ?ood opr>-:rtUTsity for tfc
vcht man. "Mig-hill {Position Broker). Flat-ron
■HiiiMiiia-.
tj-OOr* «JIIANcn for canvaasers to Ret steady
taßjAoTOteDt: $20 weekly and cr > mrr i iF < In-
CJ'.re 2S nrt m. Roc J>s. Brooklyn.
JANITOR, for city: any nationality; «ae°s V 1V 1
r»tvriTT»l ErnplaynjOTit Bureau, Si East .'1 St.
M;« s r»ck ham.
MAN WANTED io represent to foreign elements;
state the language y"u Kpeak and previous «
f-rituce; «rood pay. Steady. Box 6, Tribune Of
•M^NAwKR, experienced in jreneral o*i<-e details,
eapeelallr alone sales lines: ll.N^. CkO. Mi?
hIU CPoeiOmt Broker). FTatironJ
srEN~wanted. flaking: fr>r-?l«rn lansruas;e« pr«- !
r«ai«Hl • waijrs _nd commission, .-^ikorra, 158
."4th ft. - : '
IfEX 5*5 of working for others. W Hstal-I you
in bcsineaa for yourself; strictly icKitijnaie.
T^ar.sger. Room <*77." 277 Broadway.
■-»U>MAN. for real •*tri<- proposition In
zr*at"r X<»tt York; Insurance- mi preferred:
rs'.i .<?*.-«:, p a- j 1-. Frnderfa* ! ■•• ■ic^isi:.
T n-.<-g B!<i*r.. «2<l Ft. and Broadway. Room SOS.
■-'-1.E.-MAX. Iy»sli»'f> Weekly; edu<-at»d. dcter
tv>ti»*l. «v<t 21; r»T!T:ar»-iit position: $^'> - eek- !
''ail .... r. H_l Room 33 31 East -'■ =" i
S.• L X Fit A N TrTTolisiT had expT'.enoc swiiinjr Slinc i
'■_bin«?tF: attrariiv*- proposition. The General j
K>-"TT«nflnsr <""«v. 7W5 Hroadway.
- .• - acquaint <»d with- larce buyers «f
!;Oiis'"fumishinj; d^partmpr-ts in Hty anj piir
icimdlngs. Nf*w Totk Gas Appiiance Co.. 13S
P< «*ry.
SALESMAN- — Lr-adiT:*: manufacturer rallars and
•^jlrtF. to sol retail trad". N°w York «"iiy;
c.a'ificntkr:!! 1 : cxperi^noe. prit and Intesrity; sal
ary i- •»■ and sp. \\"rit(; B. A.. Box 1»>, Trib
•:r»OflVg.
MLESIiIS wanted '-• city IBm- trade to
ha r^ic « lia* of waists ami drr.ss^s, on .-«im
minion ***•!= otilr- Arib" Paragon Waist & j
Pt^-ji i-r. . infi Prmr*- at.
f>AI«RSMEXit9 men direst to offlcea, Ftnres. farr
tortes. Ptc: !«;•»•: $iVS4O ireekljri
•msfly ijia'i*. 335 Bmn<jway. H^on) 4.
' .■ tI.MNG A(jE\'T."-V\fj want os4.*>ri/-. n .-^d,
'•- zh .-!s«s ei".-iriral tnrn to talc- «»-A<-!i;Fi\«
>■'*!«■ rights, ftomcliw with - p^iivis
for**, for o'jr h!gh eSDclcacy and flaisiir.tr arc
:«-np«. E>ctrical. A. ».. Hnx Tribune "
?TEX«.*;RAPHEK~ coitimiosion houw; gofid
*"rk»r deeir«<d: $15. Tbvirs'lay, Ma'Nfill Kx
' * anif. Broadway.
STRNO<iKAPfIER- Muss. >>c ahwi!ui<-iy f-oiupp-
r'."^.iy posisjon off«rr,j riebt party; *IS.
f >!l. Di'hl Vpiiff. !<9 Nassaj Ft.
T\VO~MEX. «Tcceptlonal. exclusive positions as
r^T-ral Baiesmcsi. old ffc-tabllsbrd $10^.00)
rxcaahy r"ii:p»:ij-; permanent rr.*>n only, -\oply
l«j «_ m . XaTioiial «"ssi:.iltv- i"o.. \TM Nassau st.
TV"antei>- .\ble r-~li,.<j^rr.eTi Jor the IT. s. Marina j
Corps. V>f»»^n th»; sk»s cf J£« and must be
r*tiv* born or !:ave iirst ;jap*'^; HWHtiilj ;ajr I
* 1: » tr» sfi9 ; atiditional <«mpT) sat :on jjosciblc;
f'-oj. efeftfclag, <j'jar;er» and attendance
fr^e: 3ft<T no y»ars- s»rvi<-o .-an retire witti 7."
r" <~*^i' cf pcy and alionarurs; **rvlc<" on beard
ship »nj *shor» in a :i rartßr artß of the world. Apply
«t 30U V.>« 4;i «.. 101 Park Roth-. New York;
:*. Ftntun st.. Brooklyn, or 2S* Market St..
Newark. V. J.
Bookkwpfra aiia~aßslstaliti by jrac
tiiinp pabHc aorour.tant; «>xchaiiF^ for rom
»>t*i aoub:« *>ntry courhf, $1.%. Write for In
•• nnation. 1... Box h. Tnbur" OflSoe.
"WAXTED— Exprrt TT2aiZ~i7*nograijii«\ up^d to
P.eminston. &s »*'r«?tary to mau; s i .
r»"lcr«;'.*s sr.d -wagos i>sire<l In unswr. A>3
<ir*is . t .. IJox 30, Tribune Uptown Office. \?ja\
Pjxiadway.
WAN'TED—Ur.'-rnployed eJderTyTfcrYstian g*n»l<?
niiin t: hAJidl*' a h>mj& &i;;ng rejigicua work
TV. TV. Wiisra. Publisher. 14 Thomas st.
ORKIXO FOREM A N^OouiitrV place. Mir
Oi*a Core. I^. I.; married, no children; must
•- capable with vegetables, Sorrers and hotbeds I
'no atJKr Kla«*> w.<2 th« care of cows; aiso board !
bd9 if roquinrd: cottage. Arply aft«-r Io a. IS-,
P^ricra Sa*. 100 William St.
UNEMPLOYED — Why not go in morioj; picture
business? Outlay small; instalment piati -o- '
•itions procured free. B. £: 11. iloviii^ Picture
Oi.. <36 V.>£t 37th »t.
YOVNCr MAN (Gentile) to learn traj«-; gf>yi op
portuoltr. "U'lJlia-iis Engravinj Col. -I* Pa
-
>. TOCXG LADT waritcd as a sttnosrrap-,<- r axid
typewriter and to act ac fcecrctary: iiusl be an
•Xjaett: • sn.<J'iiite of Smith's or Vassar CqDes*
]_r-'_~< ■; . >'.illtv. Ij.js 4<). Tribun*" OSlc<-.
aJti moiAL rL/'AVEru?— Ei^eht !«racr«~m
Sowerg; jjid while learning; good manx Tor \
tdvanvfiriciit. H. C. Popj^nhusen. VJ West 3d st. ■
ARTIKICIAI, FLOWlihs.-IluM mak'-is U>t r\>\\i \
nor*. «e<:k or piece: Etfady woik: neat Itai-a- j
'rs; x*rtnanent employment. Vi'ey! Co.. 7 Wa»ii
jr.rtoo Plat*.
AHTiPICIAI. ri>jWEßi:— Mskera wantt-d; work I
jivt-n iioui* 1 -; . tsy; *ieady work «lt oar. i
* * MJI, M Weat firuaxlwajr.
Dv^ lOSUre ° mt6l; attomen, Ano^smith *
■ .IULV ST. 1«3; - North River Savings Bat*
-. ..' ■/; Mg« 5 ' al (foreclosure of mtg»;
1.-T ST. ?.' Man-. Rosenberg et i>l agt Nathan
£^"r «. a. (foreclosure or mtgj. attorney, J
' B. D »■ cr l.V.th st. rur.s w T4»H n 67* ♦
to l4»J)th «t. x « 74,^ s |»7t»4 to beg; Bth are,
" T;. CO I 1'"»1 '" » st. WJllxlOtf; Sth aye. % « cor
Jf_*s st '. <J-llxl<m : sui are. c », M.2 ft n of
lotth st, runs n 31» Ax c — to Harlem River x
s € ,. x "w— to beg; Manhattan Hallway '""
act Harriet G Cooijan et a i (action to acquire
„i££) : * tto . rTll> - v J '" Quackenbush.
13..1H ST. stt)> Ka*;. Wiih^im c D Mornhlnweg
et a, act Anthony IfcOwcn et al (action to
«.££ tra '£- *}&' »«orney«. A ft II Bloch.
wr , H fcT. _3b «est; Benedetto c, a rritano a*t
William Ilabinowltz „t al (foreclosure of mtg»;
„ attorneys . FHimior; * Wechsier.
88TH ST. a p. io«i n c of Madison »v. 50x
loail; Motile Hlrshfe.ia apt Graham Holding
Co et al (foreclosure of mtg)- attorneys, Kan
troivltz <& Estxr^.
TOWXSEND AYE. xr « 100 ft s of 174 th .<«.
50x100; Charles A Robin.son. trustee, et al
a«rt Frederick X Bauer et ai (foreclosure of
m:*).- attorney. L b Brown.
LBXINGTON .WE. a c cor 123<1 st. lOO.llxM:
Charles Wynne at al airt Stella Waehafr
iforecJooxu-e of mtg); attornoy. X D Elder. Jr.
13T.TH ST. 527 East; Una Miirteli ajrt . Isaiio
Ha:tenl>ach et al (foreclosure of mtj.; attor
neys. Mayer & Acker.
BRISTOL ST, iv ■, M ft <« of Jennings st. ~0%
It*); Geoqpe !■ Simpson a*rt William 8 Wood
et al (accounting, etc); attorneys. Gross *
rsneudalra. ■ -— •- . . . . . s
HENRY ST. -- *. 47.6 ft a of Clinton St. 47.
100J Slcmand Levin agt Abraham Oerroansky
M al (foreclosure of transfer of tax lien.; at
torrxr. i! Heryman.
FOX ST - ■. 100 ft a of Lenßrwood avo. 1«Ox
l»rf»: Southern. Boulevard, n w cor lMth st.
100xl<<): two actions; Charles L Morse apt
Moses <;re*>nbaum et al (foreclosure of two
mtgsi: attorneys. Ferris. Rodger & StorrlC-
HELP "ANTED.
Female.
ARTIFICIAX, FLOWERS— makers, branch
es arid learners; also work given home: good
j ray. steady work. Genneinzang Bros.. 542 West
I I3roao»ay.
i ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS— Makers fancy feath
ers; stead..- work; good fay. A. Alpt Co.. 69
West Houston st.
ASSISTANT FORELADY ob waists «nil dressesT
also finishers, drapers, operators and listers.
Posner. M Grand st.
\ BOOKKEEPER, double entry. "ill- 1 : assistant
bookkeeper, typist, -*10; Christian, jffice work-
I er. $6. Call at onus. Piehl Agency. M Xa.'sau st.
! BRIGHT, experienced woman demonstrator for
N' -'.- York ii"partnient store: steady; highest
references required; salary $12 week. V. T. X.. .
I Box 22. Tribune>aqce.
■ CHAMBERMAIDS, ireneral houseworkera, wait
resses; $20-$25: for private families r.nly.
! Mulier's Bureau. 1"4 East 60th st., near I^exinff
j tim avp. Tel. C 296 Plazv..
• COLORED chambermaid and waitress; neat girl
and one having pood reference. Universal Km -
ployment Bureau. _- East 23d <=■ mas Peckham.
j COUPLE, for country: grood plain cook: butler
and useful: mmotß $60. Universal Employment
i Bureau. 2S East 2T!d st. Miss Peckham.
! ERRA.VD <;IRI>: also worker; family (two),
city; bring: reference. Plaza 1938. H'lllW I
! Bureau. 721 Lexington aye.. corner ."— ■ st.
I EXPERIENCED BRANCHERS wanted on fancy
feathers: ffc-od pay; steady work. J. Gerschno
] witz. 562-T.64 West Broadway.
I FIRST < LASS GERMAN COOK. FOR MARCH
15. IN' GERMAN PRIVATE FAMILT (XO
! CHILDREN i. IX PA6SAXC. X. J.; MUST BE
' CLEAN AND XEAT. NOT OVER " TEARS:
j WAGE? S4O: ONLY those WITH BEST
I REFERENCES MAT ANSWER. E. G., POST
j OFFICE. PASSAIC N. J.
j GERMAN COOK, for small private family; neat
ar.i willini?. Universal Employment Bureau. 23
East 23d st. aiiss Peckfca^n. __.
j GIRL ■■•: for general housework in small
private family: wa?es moderate. Call at -412
I East HOth'st.. .:••-,» '..■"
I GIRLS for artificial flcwer«, piquets and fancy
;-. feathers; good ' par; steady work.- • A. Eent- i
kiinp. 7 Washington Place.
GIRLS for housework; prlvari; famiMes; wa^i
J^} nd $2."; no laundry. Mutter's Borea 134
Kast 'V'th St.. near I-rxington »v».
i IiOU.<BWOR.KER< of experience, fa ; 'also new
arrivals, wflliny to learn Mull«~r's Bureau. 134
j East eOth St.. near Lead naj ton ay.
{ HOf'sE WOMAN, who wants to be it por>d. (
j plain home; must •:•■ cleaning and washing; $S.
j Le-fer. 21 East 110 th St.
! INFANT'S N EtSB '- • four-wee"k s child one
with srood reference; wages $:?."•. Universal
I Employment Bureau, -- East 23d st. Mis 3 Peck
j ham. j
I OSTRICH FEATHERS— Ptrln^ers, stemtners;
also girls, over '»".. to learn the business; paid
while learning. Green & Nathan. 4* ■"•- West
4th st.
XI'RSEMA I D — '"ity ; jriri with 2 reference:
wage s $25. Universal Employment Bureau, 2S
) East 23d ft. Miss Perkfaam.
} OFFICE ASSISTANT, address envelopes, answer
telf-phor.e, nsststant lyxikkeper. typist. $!<».
< ffice worker, '.->•■ ; - ■'■:•■ BtenogTaphy. ?10. Call.
Mis* Diehi E.Thansre. 9<> Nassau t>t.
OFFICE ASSISTANT, typist. sin permanent po
sition or>»>n t" brlpht sirl; Christian only. Call,
• Itiehl Agencr. M Nassau -■
OPERA T<^S~~w-anTefr~on la,dl«?s' waists. Lenox
Waist Mfg. <'0.. 21 East Sth st.
STENOGRAPHER, assistant bookkeeper. $12:
double entry bookke^fer. stenographer.
;r^-.-' ■ $15; cMnnierclal, ?*■: advanced b*-Bin—
iit. »- < ill. ■; -- !>■' i Agency, M Nassau Et.
M Mf5T DRAPERS skirt drapers. Improvers and
learners (paid while learning) wanted. *">r> East
,Vl<3 st. r? |
j WORK WANTED.
: . Male
CHAUFFEUR.-- Car-fill driver; repair any cars;
references; salary $s<» month. Address John
Finn. 71f> Loritrier 'st . Brooklyn.
CHAUFFEUR wishes position: private family:
cily or country: careful driver; do own re
pair"; refer«-n>-f-s. Address G. Fhaw. Red
H"ok. ! >■.:-. !if»ss Co.. New York.
CHAUFFEUR. — Italian-American; 24; mechanic:
nioderattj wagfs; beat private reference. A.
Verzanl. TA Grand st^
CH A UFFEUR. — Experienced, ipiffnl and tem
perate; private family preferred: references.
I Address J. A. S.. t-are of if. Well. 201 St A.in's
I 'aye, Itronx. <«• t«l. 2125 "■ • rose. _ j
CHAT'FFi:u"R~Kuglish. married, requires sit
uation: nine years' experience: pood mr.
chanic: best of references. T. .1., 142 West
J2Jth st^ - ;
CLERK.— Steady, methodical Englishman, pood
writer reliable checker and flgurer. in factory.
warehouse or wharf; will handle and neatly ar
; r-n»e the most nfused stock. Address 2.
Horiey. Bartlett Inn. Lakewood._X£_.l.__ , •
COLLECTOR. BAL.BSMAN U reference; Jive
rears' .•»;■■■••■•! • with laxse corporation. J. N.
8.. Tribune Office.
CUTTER Practical tailor, desires position as
cutter or jjood assistant. Schcer, 20S West
14>ith yt.; telephone. -».n-,s Audubon.
SALESMAN. — En^rcetti-. ambltioui'. well edil
■ •a.ted. Hp" 411. s<-ek>i ajiKagen ••• I in <ro->.i house,
either in mechanical, building (read plans), or
merrantile. line (no ped«i!ingt: ran fhflw result^:
Hilary or commission; referencts. Hustler, 339 •
Third ai». j :
I WANTED — Position as foreman on farm or
tenUeman's estate: understand all kinds
faruiir;?. farm machinery, stock and poultry :
raisins: Al butter maker: written or personal
reference. J. E. M.. .'" ■ I^afayett* aye, Brook
lyn. N. V^ ;
WA2CTED.— Position as manager of gentl'eman's
• farai. March 1 or April; German-American.
•witfi small famliy; exixrlencc in breeding and
raising all farm stock, rrowins of crocs. vasje
! tables and frul'.s; not afraid of hard work: would
»)<-»ard he!r; best of reference. Address TV. W.,
Box 133. Rye. N. V.
WANTED —By 25 of the most thorough, experi
enced bank clerks In New York, including loan ,
and discount dorks, paying, receiving and not« !
tellers, bookkeepers, check larks, etc.: would
tak<s positions singly or together. Address Con
so!:. Jatiori ; _2]rlbune_Ofli£^ ; . .
WE'LL educated" young man. aged SB, d<"slr«
■ position requiring ability aid r«>spors!bl!ity. !
F W w . 26 Willow et.. Brcoklyn.
YOUNG MAN. 19. at present employed, de
sires position with house where strict at
tention •to business will be appreciated. V.,
Trtb"n-_U_ptown office. r:<:4 Broadway.
•jOx."VG M\ v iv desires clerical or office
pos'itlon: 'high school graduate; references.
Thunle, 34 7, Ea gt V.C.th Bt.
YOUNG MAN. '--, wishes position v general
office assistant and stenographer and type
writing; referenrt*. ■.: Brill 234 East 102 dii
TOCNO v HaJT,I •: has cash security, with ser
vices, lii store, etc. Etcady, Box UO, Trlb
yn» Office. _____
YO CNG~M"\N . colored, aa porter, or anything.
C. Murray. S.T V/'-st »3n«l_St.
YOUNG MAN <-<)> wishes position; tifht v«ara'
oflice »»;>eri«-nc»-. Dunn. -■-''■' 112 th gl.
YOUNG MAN. — Aged -4: hanJy around machines.
Hoffmann. 543 East l«tH st. _
Female
COMPANION AND CHAPERON.— Toung. ca
pable woman: companion to elderly or in
valid lad-.- or chaperon to young ladles; e;oi»l
mu«lclan»*Bd traveller: cheerful disposition;
excellent reference*. .'... Miss FltzG»rald'»
Bureau. 7,(C, r.th aye.
OOVER.S E£ 3 <not nursery*, refined French
A'r,i\r<rr\t-f. linsruist, good musician. exp«*
rieuced- i nag to travel; excellent r«.«r*ac«s.
MU«. F., «7« Writ End Hp
NEW- YORK DAILY TRflta&E, THFRSDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 1910.
WORK WANTED.
Female.
TELEPHONE OPERATOR - Experienced.
t-, W w e «« position. Miss Herzog, care Mrs.
•Fleck. 200 East COth St.
YOUNG LADY, of refinement and intelligence.
has had experience as a retail store cashier
and clerk, desires similar position requiring
tact, neatnpgs, accuracy and refinement ; refer
'•'r"s A-j.lr.-iis F. K. 8.. Box 14. Tribune Offlce.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Male.
BUTLER; COOK, LAUNDRESS.— CoupI*;
German, young, butler, useful cook, laun
dress; both thoroughly competent: good ref
erences: wage., $.'.( J. Osterb^rg'3 Bureau, 71«
T/exlnifton aye.: to).. 1053 — Plaza.
COACHMAN, gardeaor, useful; German^ best
reference; useful at anything needed. Car-
Pfnter's Bureau. 154 6th aye. Tel. 1333 — Chelsea.
COUPLE, -with boy (3 years); man experienced
coachman, gardener, flowers, vegetables; wjfe
good cook, launiirers. Ilossemneyer, 116 East
VS-Zd st.
ELDERLY COUPLE. — Home or institution; plain
cook, garden, steam; generally useful; excel
lent reference. Connolly. Till Washington St.
FARM SUPERINTENDENT.— I wish to place
my superintendent (married): has had charge
of my farm seven years; expert in breeding of
livestock; a reliable man in every respect. D.
Anderson. Greenwich. Conn.
FARMER, married; wife good butter maker.
will board help: son good worker; eight
years' reference. Address B, care Odell's Of
fice. 825 6th aye. ,
FARMER, &c. — LAUNDRESS. — By young Irish
couple, two small children; man coachman,
gardener, farmer: understands ail machinery;
wife good laundress; excellent reference. Car
penter's Bureau. 154 6th aye.
GARDENER. — Thorough. practical in every
branch; Scotch: married; two. children. Gar
dener. 114 Chambers st.
GARDENER. — Scotch, married, no children;
wants position gentleman's country place;
SOod on vegetables. Cowers, cold frames, etc.;
wages. $."0 to $60; cottage. Walker, care
Qdell'g Agency. 825 6th aye.
GARDENER (HEAD) — By practical man; ex
perienced In flower and kitchen garden. tree«,
shrubs, lawns, greenhouses, etc.; aged 38: mar
ried; one child; references. Addre«3 F. Rand,
251 Kllton st.. Dorchester, Mass.
GARDENER. — Head, practical man; experi
enced greenhouse, flowers and kitchen gar
den, trees. lawns, shrubs: married, no chil
dren; wages. $70. Maynard, care Odell's
Agency. 825 6th aye.
GARDENER.— No family: Scotch; with a wide
experience: conversant with landscaping. Donald,
Elliott's Seed Store, 42 Vesey.
GARDENER. — German; married; no children:
sober, reliable: flowers, vegetables, cold
frames, shrubs, trees, grape vines, roads and
lawns; best reference. Schinzing, 223 East
70th st.
GARDENER. — Single; German; on a private
place. Paul. 42 Vesey st.
GARDENER. — Ma . small family; knows his
calling thoroughly; on a private place. Wood,
V\"in. Elliott *■ Sons. 42 Vesey.
GARDENER. — Single, understands flowers,
plants, vegetables, cold frames; best refer
ences. Huestis. care Odell's Agency. 825 6th
aye. [
KITCHENMAN wants position; experienced.
. John Papras. 306 West 41st st
MAN. — Colored: at anything; experienced horse
man and gardener; best reference. Wells. 70
West 100 th St.. care of Watson. '
YOUNG MAN (22) wishes position as private
coachman; reference, Schism, 1170 Washing
ton aye.. Bronx.
YOUNG MAN — Useful, neat, willing, honest.
temperate: furnaces, brasses, gard^nfr; Rood
references. Frank Love, 77 Hunter aye .
Long- Island City.
Fern'
CARETAKER — Respectable German woman will
take care of private residence, tfichminsky, 400
East f*9th st.
CHAMBERMAID and waitress; neat, competent;
$22. Albany Bureau, SO East «8d at.
CHAMBERMAID— By Finnish gtrj;
two years persona! references in New 'V ork
City; citj^ or country- Weld's Bureau, 324 Co
lumbus aye. Tel. 7594 S.-huy!«r.
COLORED HOUSEWORKERS. day's workers,
laundresses, cooks, etc.. furnished free ot
charge. Servants, Box 40. Tribune Office
COMPANION. -^Experienced woman as compan
ion to a lady or mother's helper; highest ref
erencea. Address Miss M.. *» West 2.'M at.
COOK: also chambermaid and waitress; two
Finnish girls: rest references from New York
families'. Jussila. Bureau, 080 Lexington aye.
Tel. 4453 Plaza.
COOK, for city only: no washing; excellent In
all branches. $30 Albany Bureau, 20 East
aad st.
COOK — Plain laundress: English Protestant
woman; famiiv of adults; country: reference.
Williams. 217 West 19th ft. third floor, front.
COOK— LAUNDRESS— By Finnish girl; best of
references; city preferred. Weld's' Bureau,
324 Columbus a-? ' Tel. 7894 Schuyler.
COOK &■ — English Protestant; cook. • wash and
iron do housework: friend. Swedish, compe
tent chambermaid, plain waitress; can sew; city
or country. Morrow's Bureau. 721 Lexington
aye. 'Phone 192S— Plaza.
COOK &c— CHAMBERMAID. Ac— Two Amer
ican Protestants; cook and laundress, good
baker: other chambermaid and waitress; lik»s
children; city or country. Morrow's Bureau, 7-1
Lexington aye.. corner BBtb at. ,
LAY'S WORK, plain aevttag. alteration, machine
work: useful in sickroom; best city references.
Pay. 28 Charles St. ; ... ■
GENERAL HOUSEWORK.— By a colored girl.
Address, car.; of Benesield, 167 West ISM st.
Telephone. 2452 W Morningslde.
GOOD PLAIN COOK: excellent references; city
or country. Mc<'allum Agency. 330 East 29th
st. Tel. K706 Madiscn. .
HOUSE WORKER.— Neat young girl; good plain
- cook: good laundress;' brother useful man: un
derstands autos: pood all around man; city or
country. Morrow's Bureau. 721 Lexington aye.
HOUSEWOHKER— CoIored woman; chamber
work. Clara Jefferson, 35-"' W. 37th st.
HOrSEWORKER.— By young Finnish girl:
good cook: beat of references; wages, $.0; city
preferred. Weld's Bureau, 324 Columbus a\e.
Tel.. 7«f>4 Schuyler.
HiH:?E WORKER— Cook, wash and Iron; (Xj-el
lent referencf.- city or country. MrCallum
Agency. "ISO Bant 29th st. Tel. 5706 Madiaoc.
HO i;SE WORKER By exceptionally neat. In
telligent youne English girl: crood plain cook.
esMst lirht'-jvashinc; count ry preferred; good ref
erences trwtn's Bureau. 77 West 11th si
"HOUSE WORKER— Colored girl; glace in Bat;
go "home nights. 542 West 47th at., one
flight up. front, east side.
KITCHENMAID.— Scotch woman, with
experience in cooking, in large household; ex
cellent references; city or country. 8., Miss
FitzGerald's Bureau. ."03 Sth aye. (entrance
42d st->. ; .
L\DY'S MAlD.— Swiss^German; speaks German,
French, English; good seamstress, hairdresser,
traveller; act as courier; three years 1 reference
from last employer. 3 . Miss FltzGcrald's Bu
r»ati. 503 sth aye. (entrance 42d St.).
T-ACNDRKSS (experienced > i by day; take
h«me preferred; ."i<>c dozen, starched. Duffy,
359 East 33d ■='-
MAID to elderly lady: exp-rier.eed; good
seamstress: no objections to light chamber
work- good reference: English. Address Ex
perienced. Tribune Uptown Office, 10H4 Broad
way. _ - —
RESPECTABLE COLORED WO MA N wishes
"v'ork by the day. or washing to take home;
open air ' drying. Care of Perkens, 136 West
it.
TWtTgERMAXS: mok. e«»nipetent; other wait
ress also competent: has friend laundress- cs
rpllent on shirt."; and collars: city, country: to
gether. separate. Morrow's Bureau, i2l Lexing
ton i\ "■
VISITING MAID— A few hours dally: to car«»
or woman's apartment mending and shampoo
ing. Address H. 1 M.'-. ZJ± Weal Mtfa st.
WASHING^LadIes" or gentlemen's washing and
mending neatly ... i- home. Drelves, 242,1
at) aye.
FOR SALE. : :
BILLIARDS, pool and new patent combination
tables: lowest prices; supplies, repairs: bowl-
Ing alley builders. Decker's. 106 East 9th at.
Bat. lsr-0 ;
Mcsi«' Latest popular, --lasslcal: sent any
where: postal brings lowest prices, catalogue
nn >l combination offer. K. SIMPSON*. 237 Hal
.,, y st.. Newark. N. .1. ____^__^_^^_^_
FORECLOSURE SALES.
•51-VHFMK ivirpT COUNTY OF NEW YORK.
—I^WPadei Plaintiff, fgalnsc Philip Krieg-r
and others; Defendants.— ln pursuance of a judg
nirnt of foreclosure an'! sale, duly tnadfi and
entered In the above-entitled acUon and bearing
date .he 11th day of February. 1910. I. the un
<wir«isne<i the Referee in said Judgment named,
will %»ll* at public auction, at the Exchange
>i!Lrwm. No« 14-M Vesey St. in the Borough
; of Manhattan. City of New > ° rk - on the n;.,
day of March. l»10, nt 12 <■ clock noon on th,t
day hv Joseph P. Hay. Auctioneer, the premises
i directed by said Jydjjment to be sold, and there
urdcscrlbed us follows: All that certain lot.
niece or parcel of lan,; with the buildings and
rriT.rovemrnta thereon erected, situate, lying and
bei'n»- in the Seventh Ward of the Borough of
Manhattan. City of New York, being on the
Northerly side of Madison Street, am! which on
a Map of the. Estate of Henry Rutgers, deceased,
by Bridges and Poppelton. dated November 15th.
1813 la designated by No. NL'l, containing In
! breadth in front and rear each twenty-five <25t
\ fee' and in length on each side one hundred
(100) feet; be the said several distances and dl
j mensions more or less. Said premise* being now
kn'jwn as No. -30 Madison .Street, in the Bor
ouefi of Manhattan. City of New York.
Dated. New York. February lith. 1910.
PHCKNIX INORAHAM, Referee.
BAMUBL N. FREEDMAN.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
i Office and r'iStr.fßce Address, No. 230 Hroadway,
Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
The following is diagram of the property to
; be. sold:
N
d -*- • I
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j »t.o.»t 145- 7*l 26" 1 , .
' " " Madison Street.
The approximate amount of the lien or charge,
to aatiafr which the above-described property Is
t,> be sold. ta H-.liH-S-'*- w| th Interest thereon
from the "th day of Februury. 1910, together
with co«ts and allowance amounting to' I4TT.2T,
w th interest from February 11th. 11)10, together I
iith ue expenses of the sale. The approximate !
"•" nt cf the tar.es, assessments and water
i-i'i-k or other litns, which are to be allowed to
the' nurchaser out of 'Jin purchase money, or
r,4?.l by r « Befere*. is M.all vj and iDttrtflC
Dated .N«w Yorlt ' F « b - **• l 6:
0 PHCKNOC tNORAHAM, Raftrta, '
RESORTS.
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M' SO MUCH TO DO ! SO MICH TO ENJOY!
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•j/t'l f£OieiS< MJamiT^^ Roy ml Palm on Bay HI- ayae
H^jSNTi — —^ZI^IZ: I _..«-. Bahama Island. . Hotel Coloaiai
SfrgSt The Low Key Fishing Camp an the Florid* Key*
«£ Vo . Hateli botrdinK lioiuei w>-i sccomrnodations »*- [t« to nu.t tb« purw
tUfr cromemdes and through tropical iua_is „m,i.
jpP It's All on the East Coast
F 1 .rtSSftfi a^^ US &^Sn^ s^ JESSIES. ££eS2
Er u£mi -ith .t^ito-i for Ntss»u. *nd at Kniihts Key with stesmshtps
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■oti unique trip oltr th» SEA-GOING RAILROAD.
For full Information, booklet, etc.. apply to Local
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('• *&•-* 243 fifth At-.. Nev York 130 Adams SI.. Chicazo >§J&
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Atlantic City, >. J.
Open Throujrhout the Year.
Famous as the rioto! wHh "v<»ry modern
convenience and all the comforts of home.
TRAYMORE HOTEL COMPANY,
D. S. WHITE. Pres.
Chas. O. Marquette, Mgr.
BALEN HALL
HeTEU»SANAToRI UMSWW "
Owing to our Tonic and Curative Baths, our
Elegant Comfort and Exceptional Table and
Service, we ara always busy.
F. L. lOUNG. Gen'l Manager.
Xetr York Office, 1122 Broadway.
ST. CHARLES ATI A^ u j CITY
Most select location, fronting tha ocean.
Thoroughly modern. Courteous service. Bath
rooms with hot and cold, fresh and sea water
attachment, showers. &o. Magnificent Sun
Parlor overlooking the Boardwalk and Ocean.
Orchestra of Soloists. Go!f privileges. Always
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VIRGINIA AYE.. NEAR BEACH.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Open all the year. Fine table. Suites -with
private bath. Handsomely furnished. Perfect
sanitary arrangements. Elevator to all floors.
Special rates for winter. Capacity 250.
Mrs. N. R. HAINES. Owner and Proprietor.
flnarlborougb=Jßlenlxiin
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Josiah White & Sons Company.
OESKS AND OFFICE FURNITURE.
ROUL TOP
DESKS
OFFICE
FURNITUR2
te great variety o:
style and price.
T. O. SELLER.
111 Fulton St.
PUBLIC NOTICES.
BUREAU OF THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR
OF THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK.
No. 119 Nassau Street.
Borough of Manhattan.
New York. February sth. 1910.
Notice Is hereby given, pursuant to Chapter
330 of the Laws of 1898. that a statement of the
receipts and expenditures of the Public Adminis
trator of the County of New York, during th«»
year 1909. Was published in the City Record,
three limes each week for three weeks, begin
ning January ISth. 1919.
WILLIAM at HOES,
Public Administrator of the County of New
Torlt. — - --: :— -- -'
FORECLOSURE SALES.
fciUPREMK COURT, COUNTY OF SEW YORK.
—Twenty-third Ward Bank of the city of
New York", Plaintiff, against Kae Ginsberg and
others. Defendants.
In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure
1 and sale, duly made and entered in the above
entitled action and bearing date the 19th day
< of October. 1909. I. the undersigned, the Referee
! in said Judgment named, will sell at public auc
: tion, at thi .Exchange Salesroom. Xos. 14-H
Vesey .Street, in the Borough of Manhattan,
I City of New York, on the ISth day of November,
1909. at VJ. o'clock noon on that day, by Joseph
P. Day, Auctioneer, the premises directed by
said judgment to be sold, and therein described
as follows:
All that certain plot, piece or parrel of
land, with the buildings and improvements
thereon erected, situate, lying and being in
the Borough of Manhattan, of the City of
New York, in the County and State ■>£ New
York, bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the Southerly side
of 146 th Street, distant 128 feet Easterly from
{he. corner formed by the intersection of tha
Southerly side of 146 th Street with the East-
I erly side of Broadway; running thence Eaat
' erly along the Southerly side of 14« th Street.
i 37 feet •! Inches; thence Southerly parallel
! with Bmadway. P» feet II inches to the centre
line of the block: thence Westerly along said
' centre line of the block, 37 feet • inches;
i theace Northerly parallel with Broadway, 90
1 feet 11 inches to the point or plaire of b«~
! ginning.
■ And also all that certain lot. piece or parcel
of land, with the buildings and improvements
thereon erected, situatf. lying and being In
th» Borough of Manhattan. City, County and
sta'* of New York, bounded and described as
fellows:
Beginning at a point on the Southerly side
of 14<;th. Street, distant one hundred and sixty
two fpet sir inches Easterly from th© corner
formed by the intersection of the. Southerly
side of 146 th Street and the. Easterly Fide of
Broadway, formerly Eleventh Avenue or Bou
levard; running then ■ Southerly parallel with
Btnadwav and part of the way through .1
party wall ninety-nine reel and eleven inches
to the. centre line of the block; thence East
erly along said centre line of the block, thirty
wven fee* six Inches; thence Northerly", again
parallel with Broadway, ninety- nine feet eleven
in.-hey to the Southerly ride of «th street;
and thence Westerly along- the Southerly side
of J4ritii Street thirty-seven feel six Inches to
the point or place of beginning. Be said several
dimensions more or leas
Dated New York, October 21' d. 10<>f>
CHAS. L. COHN. Referee.
LEXOW, MACKELLAR & WKLI.S. Attorneys
for Plaintiff. 43 Cedar Street Manhattan, New
York City.
The following la a diagram tit the property
to be sold: Its street numbers ars 545-532 West
l<eth Street:
H«th Street.
IK; «"...... n
135- ' j 37' 6" ! 37' 6" ! "|"
■s ■: ■» &
%
2 Centre line of I 37' 6" ' 37' **" : Blo^k.
c — —
The approximate amount of the lien or
charge, to satisfy which the above described
Diopertv is to be sold, is Twenty-two hundred
and forty-six and 6Q-100 Dollars (52,246.50).
with interest thcr-on from the Bth day of
October. 1900. together with costs and allow
ance amounting to $201.22 with Interest from
October 10th. 1909. together with the expenses
of the sale. The approximate amount of the
taxes, assessments and water rates, or other
liens, which are to be allowed to the pur
chaser out of the purchase money, or paid by
the Referee, is $1,831.24 ar.d Interest.
Dated. New York. October 22nd. 1909.
CHAS L. COHN. Referee.
The foregoing sale is hereby adjourned to
Fruiay. November 26th, 1909, at the sarau lima
an." place.
Dated. New York. November l«th. 1900.
■ HAS. L. COHN, Referee.
The foregoing sal* la hereby farther adjourned ,
to Friday. December 3rd. 1909. at the same time j
and place. :
Dated. New York. November 26th. 1909.
CHAS. L- COHN, Referee.
The forejrolns sal* is hereby further ad- i
journed to Friday, December 3rd. 1000. at the i
game time and place.
Dated New York. December "rd. 100 D.
CHAS. L. COHN. Referee.
The foregoing sale in hereby further ad-
Jourr.ed to Friday. December 17th. 1909. at
the same time and place.
Dated New York. December 10th. 1000.
CHAS. L. COHN. Referee.
Tie foregoing sale is hereby further ad-
Joiirned to Friday. December 24th. 1909. at
the same time and place.
Dated. New York. December ITlh. 1009.
CHA?. L. COHN. Referee.
The foregoing sale la hereby further ad
journed to Friday. December 31st, 1900. at
the. snrae time and place.
Dated New York. December '24th. 100!>.
" CHAS. 1., COHN Referee.
The foregoing sale Is hereby further adjourned
to Friday. January 14th. 1910. at the eama time
* Dated New York, December •""*■ 1900.
' ' CHAS. L. COHN. Referee.
The foregoing gale is hereby further ad
journed to Friday. February 4th. 1010. at th»
same time and place.
Dated New York. January 14th. 1910.
CHAS. L. COHN. It. fere*.
The foregoing sal* Is hereby further rd- i
lourned to Friday, February ISth. 1910. at
th- same time and place.
hated. New York. Fehruary 4th. 1910.
U CHAS I- COHN. referee
The foregoing sal.> (a hereby further ad
journed to Friday, March Mb. lilt, at th»
same Mine ami place.
bate*. N«w lurk, February 18th. 1810. j
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The famous SIIKI.BIRNK GRILL and
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Winter guest. WALTER J. B UZBY
ON THE- i
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! 350 BRANCHES IN ALL CITIES.
Pupils hear and speak tba new language cx
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I Classes daily, 11. Allow me to explain
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Oldest. Largest. Moat Modern.
417 AND 4,!!» WEST 45TH ST. ■
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MACHINERY. DIES AND MODELS.
SECOND HAND MACHINERY of every de
scription; you will find hudr<yis of near new
'■ machines offered for sale In the second hand
machinery department of THE IRON AGE each
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TO HARRY ARMSTRONG MRS. J. BRADY.
Mrs Black Mr Bragc. Robert P. Bird. Chas.
Bowden Mary Burke. B. Cole. Mr?". B. C. Con
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: McNamara Xoreross. Mrs. Peterson. Mrs. Price,
Robert Roesch. A. Roberts. A. Rankin. T. K.
Smith. D. B. i*aw. Ravlty, C. 11. Sabln, Miss
C .Shady Mrs. Porensen. Elizabeth Thornton,
Townsand & Townaand Co.. Wilfred Williams.
I N Wal?h. Margaret Wter. H. L. Worthlnzton.
: Mrs Werner, Mrs. Wof.lford. H. Wilkes. Helen
Young Mrs. J. Zuber. Mrs. Welsh. Minero
Chemical Co.. L*wrence McOreal. Hogge &
1 Stark Kzra Finn St Son, R. G. Walker, Xyack
Kipr.', W. R. I>eaf. J. Bison. T. J. Smith's
I Kxpr.! AYerfelman Brt>«.' Espr.. Geo. Wilson's
Express.- You. and each of you. ar» hereby
notified that the time for the payment of my
lien upon the property hereinafter described hav
ing eiplrcd, aft^r due notice thereof hart been
given you. I will cause such property, to wit.
household goods. pers«nal effects, pianos, trunk*.
and merchandise, stored by you In r^ Schramm's
Warehouse and Chelsea Warehouses, to be. sold
at Public Auction, according to statute in such
case made and" provided, at Chelsea Warehouses,
I »•'«; 12S 1 West -'Jth Street, X. Y. City, on Wednes
day March 16. 1910. at 10.30 A. M.. and con
tinuing ■ — Wednesday thereafter at the sams
time and place, unttl ail goods are sold.
CHRLfcEA FIREPROOF STORAGE WARE
HOUSES.
. L. SCHRAMM. Prr*p. .-i'-i-v -.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
NOTICE to creditors:— take' notice
that the undersigned intend to apply to the
Surrogate of Washington County for Letters of
Administration of the Goods, etc.. of Eliza
Christie, late of the Town of Greenwich,
County of Washington and State of .v*»w York.
deceased, according to the provisions of Section'
2604 of the Code of Civil Procedure, for limit
ing the penalty of bonds of administration
and notice is hereby given to all persons hav
ing claims again3t said Eliza Christie, deceased,
to present their claims, with proper vouchers
thereof, to the Surrogate of the County of
Washington, at his offlce in the Village of
Salem. N. V.. on or before tha 2St!i day of
February, 1910.
Dated, Greenwich. N. V., January 22. 1010
WILLIAM JOHN McGROCH,
WILLIAM D. CHRISTIE.
VAN NESS * MAYNARD. Attorneys. Greea
w'ch. N. Y.
SURROGATE'S NOTICES.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County
of New York, notice Is hereby given to all per
sons baring claims against Samuel A. Max
well, late of th- Count; of New Tork, de
ceased, to present the same, With vouchers
thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of
transacting business, the oAce of Ashbel P.
Fitch. Matt St Grant, No. V.2 Nassau Street. la
th<; Borough cf Manhattan. In the City ,if New
York. on or b«-for« the Ist day of August next.
Dated New York, the lath da of January.
mo.
CHARLES E. MAXWELL. EDWARD E.
MAXWELL. CHARLES c. CROOK. WILL
IAM J. COMSTOCK. Executors.
ASHBEL P. FITCH. >TT &, GRANT. Attor
ney* for Executors. rv.: Nassau Sire. Bot
ough of Manhattan, New York City.
SCHIFFER, DOROTHEA -IN PURSUANCE
of an order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a
Surrogate of the County of New York. notlc«
is hereby given to all persons having claims
against Dorothea Schlffer. tats of th.- County of
New York, deceased, to present the same, with
vouchers thereof, to the subscriber at his
place of transacting business at the office of
Thrall A Beam, Coun«ellors-at-Law. Nos. 4.".
ami 47 Wall Street. In the City of New York,
on or b«foro the rlrst day of August, next.
Dated New York, the lath day of January.
1910.
HENRY E. .1. SCHIFFER. Executor.
THEALL .<• BEAM. Attorneys for Esecutor,
Nos. 40 and 47 Wail &U««t» iiaailatU* i
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PROPOSALS.
STATE OF NEW YORK.
OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PIB
LIC WORKS.
Albany, February 21, 1910.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS:
Sealed proposals -will be received by the un
der>i?jned at his office in the Capitol. In
Albany. N. V.. until 1^ o'clock noon of Tues
day March 20. 1910. at which place and
hour they will be publicly opened and read,
for improving the New York State Canals,
pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 14..
of 'he Laws of 1003, and of the amendments
thereto, as follows:
CONTRACT. No. 21.
Erie Canal — .Section »
For excavating the canal prism and con
structing guard lock. highway bridge
abutments and all appertaining work between
the G.-nesee River and the. east end of con
tract No. 6. „. .
L^n^th. 2.43 miles. Sheets. 1 to -■> in
clusive. n
CONTRACT. No. 39.
' \ '. OgSlgll Canal — Section I.
For dredging a channel in the Oswe«-<>
River and performing work incidental thereto,
betwe-n Three Rtvers and Fulton.
Length, about 10.54 miles. Sheets. ! M 23.
inclusive.
3.
CONTRACT. No. 73.
Champlaln Canal — Section I-.' ■'■■ -
For dredging a channel In the Hudson
River and performing work Incidental thereto
from Northumberland to Stillwater.
Length, about 15.0 mile?. Sheets, 1 to
42, Inclusive.
CONTRACT. No. 75. -
Onwego Canal — Section I.
For the construction of a dike along the
Oswego River in the vicinity of Fulton.
Length, 1.-3 miles. Sheets, 1 to 4. inclusive.
Plans may be seen and detailed speci
fication*, engineer's estimate of Quantiti-*,
proposal blanks, form of contract and bonds
required and other information for proposer
may be had at th« office of the Sup»rintende.n .
of Public Works at Albany. N. V. ; at th*
n~rr- of the Assistant Superintendent of Pub
lic Works for the Middle Diivision at Syra
cus*-. N. V. : at th» office of the Assistant
Superintendent of Public Works for the West
ern Division at Rochester, N. T. : and at the
canal office. Spautding"s Exchange. Buffalo,
M Y.
Copies of detailed plans or drawings may
be obtained from the State Engineer and
Surveyor at Albany. N. V . upon payment to
him of the cost of producing them.
Monthly estimates will he paid of ninety
per centum ; 0 (1 per cent) of the work- done
at the contract price. Every proposal for
said work must be accompanied by a money
deposit in the form of a draft or certified
check upon some good banking institution m
the City of Albany or New York. Issued
by a national or state hank in good credit
within the State and payable at sight to the
Superintendent of Public Works for five per
centum (3 per cent) of the amount of th«
proposal.
The: person whose proposal shall be ac
cepted will be required to execute a contract
and furnish bonds within ten days from th*
da. of notice of award delivered t« him or
them in person or mailed to the address given
In the proposal.
Upon execution of the contract and ap
proval of bonds, the certified check or draft
will be returned to the proposer unless the
name shall havo been presented for collec
tion prior to such time, In which case- th»
amount of the deposit will be refunded by
the Superintendent of Public Works.
Trie deposits of bidders other that tb«
one -to whom the award of contract shall
be made will be returned Immediately after
the award has been made.
The amount of bond required for faithful
performance will be ten per centum {10 per
cent) of the amount of the estimated cost
at the work according to the contract price,
and an additional bond, known as the labor
bond, in the sum of ten per centum (10 per
cent) ft the amount of the estimated coat of
the work according to the contract price, will
be required a* security that the contractor
will pay In full at least once in each month
all laborers employed by him upon the work
specified to be done in the contract.
Each proposal must be addressed to the
Superintendent of Public Works. Albany.
X. 'y. and must be endorsed on the envelope
with the name of the construction for which
the proposal is made.
Award, if made, will be made to the r«>r
son or persons whine proposal shall be low
est in cost to the State for doing the work.
and which shall comply with a.l provisions
required to render It formal. Before any
award shall be made the lowest bidder wilt
be required to satisfy the Superintendent of
Public Works of Ms ability to provide suit
able equipment and materials for the proper
performance of the work.
The ri*ht is reserved to reject all proposal*
and readvertlse ari.l award the contract In
the regular manner If. in the Judgment of the
undersigned, the Interests of the state will be
enhanced thereby. p £ STEVENS.
F C. STEVKNS.
Superintendent of Public Works.
OFFICE PURCHASING COMMISSARY", C. 9.
Army. 3» Whitehall Street. New York City.
V. V . February 23. 1910. — SeaJetl proposals, In
duplicate, for furnishing and delivering sub
sistence stores In this city at such times as may
be required by the V. S. Government, on or be
fore Aurtl 30. 1010, in accordance with the speci
fications and conditions »«t forth in Circular
No. 4 War Department. Office of the Corarnls-
Jary Gen-ral. Washington, Mar 27. l»0»». will
be received at thai office until 10 o'clock A. M.
March 5. 191t>. Information furnished on apDli
.at ion Envelopes containing bids should be
marked "Proposals for !?übsl»t«nc«? Storea opened
March 3. 1*10." «nd addressed to Col. A. L.
SMITH. A. C P.. V. S. Army.
PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF
CABLE STORE HOUSE. — Office of the Con
structing Quartermaster. Fort Wood. Bed'oe's
Island. N. Y. H.. January 28ih. 1810. — Sealed
Proposals for the construction of a cab!* store
house at Fort Wood. N. Y. H.. will be re
ceived until 10:30 A. M.. February 2ttth. 1010.
and then opened. Information furnished on
application. Envelopes containing proposals
•hould be indorsed "Proposals for Cab!* Store
House" ana addressed, Wat. W. Italy,
Crast'f Qa*it«n_Mt«r» •
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Philadelphia Ma.- 5 91 '..;; = Mar. V*
•White Star 1.1r.e Steamer from Pier O. N. R.
RED STAR LINE 555] Sfji-8;
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Kraoniand.Mi AM j Vaderlaad . ..Mar. 12
Finland . Mar. 3 >'. .-■>.. Mar. la
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X. — Plymouth — Cherbourg — Southampton.
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American Line Steamer from Pier tK. N. R
BOSTON TO THi; JnClil I tHHIIN t AM
Vim Azores. Madeira. \lgiert and 4iii>raitar.
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Cretlc. Mar. 12kanopic Mat. 24
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Cecllie Mar. 221 K. Wm. der Gr.. Apr. 13
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mm:: ' ">• I
nfferica; a -'1 varterr «f
routes at tnctastra fares.
TOURS DE LUXE and
VACATION TOURS.
Mary of v - •■-..;-» include the ra»inn V\:.r
at Ob*r Ammergaii and I mv-r-«l Emp>o»itiot»
at Brussel*.
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Mi Fifth Aye. (Windsor Arcade*. N. T
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ALLAN LINE
MONTREAL to LIVERPOOL
TUB ST. LAWRENCE ROUTE.
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NEW. FASt TURBINE STEA.MEB*.
COHSICAN. . Mar. 4. Apr. f>. May 6. " — •
VIRGINIAN. Mar. IS Apr. 13, Ml. 13, Jun^ IO
TUNISIAN. .Mar. l*. Apr. 23. May 2* Juns 17
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Serond Saloon. $47.5»> upward.
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■ EDWIN H. LOWS Agency. 1123 B'way. N. T.
Or }'. * A. ALLAN. Montreal. ;V'-m
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JO. OOO Ton Twin — • <>- Z*- St»»iB«*«
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■ Oscar D« M'<" 17, Tfeilii- Ob* April 14
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All Mrampr* equipped with \\irele^<-
First cabin. $75 upward: secc-fvi cabin. J«*V
A. E- JOHNSON &. CO.. 1 Broadway. New TorK.
OCfl *•!!»» I IMC '■'■■■" l ■> —r?
nCU at LlnC. Brooklyn, at noon.
For CM Juan. P. K. La ; :.i> :'a. Pto. < abetlo.
Cura-Tio and Maracalbo, via Curacao.
', CARACA3. 28;PHIL.\DELPHlA...Mar. 13
For La Oaavni Curacao l "' Maracaibo.
ZULIA Mar. S! MARACAIBO Mar. t»
superior Accommodations for Passensers-
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General Managers 92 Wall St._
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Our "M" Tour leaves June 2S: cost ?*•'•<»: ■*
Hat trip by maxnitlcent S. .- "RntterJam."
[ Including Passion Play. Other Koovl tours.
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A KIZON'A — CUVOra IV
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Low Rafro During Mar. ■»• and April.
•iontliern Punttf Sun<M>t Route.
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Mailed '■ on request. MAKSTKK.S TOUUS.
31 West 30th St.. New York.
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BANKBOOK !Ca BJPvMfI of th« Union Dim*
Havings Bank hi missing. Any person having
a claim to it Is hereby cal> j upon to present
j the same wlth'.n ten lay?* or submit to h<*vnc
■aid pa—book cancelled and a new one issued.
LOfT.— Bankbook No. 220.522. Harlem <avtn«i
Rank. Payment stopped. Kindly return t»
bank.
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'; Hank. Payment stopped. Kindly return to
■ _ .
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i Ings Institution. Any person having claims
upon salii buck U called upon tv present -th»
■am* to the bank within thirty days, or th«
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LOv<*T or STOLKSf.— Bankbook No. JCiaTIK of t!)<»
German Savings Dank in V. - CtJy of Xew
York, corner 4th aye. ami 14: st.. Issued: to
: John Soltario All person* are cautioned against
: negotiating 'he same. If net returned to> th»
, bank on the 15th lay of March. 1310 a •r'.o'.t
cate will be l«su«d.
LOST ■■'■. STOLEN.— Bankbook No. 6Jc£_3»~oe
th« Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank. P_y-
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