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w 'Commission- Takes Up
iaints()f Commuters.
| OUTGO^ROADSV PLEA
Lbufse. Asks Fort for
I Wcf Tna: Corporations
f Ccctrol Lawmakers.
- " ~'i rt-h. to rt« Till ur.« '
IW-J^Juae 14--The State Ra:i
?:tf^___2 *S** toKia> ' IlS:inVCSti
** c3 f _\ croposed l-craa-a in commu-
P* c -" The boarlsv was adjourned
**JO!Z : of next week, to enable the
* 3 ia , a quality of data which the
00*_ ~n.il« as Modal to the In-
rce-aru^
s*y- *r»l rtea of the railroads was
T* L..««j rate? had been made
*&%£r£a&s** axation. higher
<rt * S£rJ rrei<JV rest of operatmsr expense
**T«__t: ar d finally, by the addi
*KU:P^hpc reauired to accommodate
t*^ t of the Er:e. the Perm-
W***-;' Lackawanna and tr.e New'
lo*-___ t Mf«i before the
-iS^^pyeti-Sh'jysen. president of the
*£L, -enate. made public to-day toe
'•'TTrtt-Vr tart lever he had sent
_£_£ Fort, in which he takes the
£2*5« to t«H for his mo* -«cent
__5tS the present Ne~ J^ey Les
__% under o»rperate control. Senator
Say*? "■' in rart:
_d «t»* interest yonr speech reported
••*o • ence to the
.•t^ I un
s*» t £££_? jSu are of the opin
jjand « .""Tllliace would have been
_s_lg a" t£ session of the
__?_% law had been enacted in ac
*£~ vrlh Stwr rie*» and recom
cW»__?£.;__rh as the udvanoe In
s"ss^ Sear to commutations from
■t«f*\*. p r i • s>« V»rk City. T
opinion that the question
** «St*r<_.te o-e arid therefore under
•JSs_wTof the iceneral, rather than
l 1? *_s_§'^___f I £f the Legislature.
S_nwnUe to the railroads as
'*"• natrons, and nay 1 sug-
S^SrtT*ni al» b- within the power
* *, r_* to enforre. M that in th-
Jf^rnsv n« cai^d pretenders
f___Z. f ■■■ you ill such a se«s .on.
_£w_*t*l "tfl exercise all my
* K %^* fcflaence to bring about -the
_EL_T«r— « b^F* hi' s which may b*
j-. li<ir# Tha-: that. I will do my
S__ ,'. th» appointn«it of • com
* It n'-ier body, with full power to
"fE- s tfaorough.*sear"h_« and merci
*__*<___. To «uch a committee.
* f_SeaVm make krKiwn all the
"'Vtm which you bas<* your oft-repeated
! "~Tn' fi'lerislature cwiupt and flomi
."' a -Trcst powerful special inter
-
drives" hog_to_a wagon
tg_c 321 Jersey Hits Upon New
Breed of Draft Animal.
S_ai«. >' J- Jun * 14 <?recial). —
"> __r>— Wta around here are all're
ctf iigueigr th<»y s*>e Cark T Roger;,
trr*" tf » thri-'ing hoc farm :
•>!• *%t »n oil hec sa.rr.ed Bill.
S_h wm* :<iie ?o !nr»r It S°t ill;
*o tl* mraer. narres Clarli,
. Vstebti it -up *« * 'c*r%.
Id now he can cr,-.» it wJth rklu.
> »:f___ce <f it i? that Ebaajan has
_»d nn« c* his largest porkers to draw h
cr H» fwys that he would never ha*"*
>^rr. cf *each:r.c his h«e ti b»» b*ast
_da :f he had not been driven to fini
at «ur» pn^ntive of hog colic, which
i_d azair. ravazed his farm. Bill, the
jil tr. r . cid«*t hor on the ranch, began •■
s»r srnipto_s of the disease, and Rogers
y^iwrf tsat it mast have exercise. The
i_t it crjld b» rr-ad" to haul a wagon
_ him all at once. He put it into pra<-
i liter a «crip? of Hk . tiesi
ifft% Byz fcrgs oould he. *-esii>- *x*ined
I _,a* useful draft _f___ in .en- \
_?. Th«y are Ftrr.z for their stse. j
cts. arc oald b* 5 profitably employed ;
trrag cultivator? through plank- .3 j
Jt ;
EBSEBE HOLD CONVENTION
Xt to Meat and Margarine Taxes, :
ht Favor Hcnest Weights.
fat thin one hundred delegates a
_ Sap convention nf the L'ni'ed Mas
f?r.cherF of New York, held at the
SAvrcu* Hotel. 32d =treet and Fourth !
cs, ycyterday morning,
issokrticm *«« adopted demanding the j
■oh cf the iar:!T on food animals, j
■MRi' *i<?re a;.'-'-' parsed protesting |
fie ihf cieoir.arzarir.^ tax. and offering;
•Tr.."-.! to zi\" the pubiic honest!
"5= _d BMasure.
■Mm off.cer? were elected for Use!
=? year: President. A. C Sluiier. j
«ssf: (toe-pnr«s_en_. F. r Barck. j
"^■Tn: Sur.'je! Meyersi Albany; Charles;
t Bsga.. p. iif)rr;::ngerm. New York,
'C.J. Anhtim, L'tica: recording s*>cr»i
"■2 J. Haify. Troy; Sr.ancial • .>T.ary, j
s?Jtooax, New York; trt-asurer. S. W. ]
«, Brookly r..
"S - ' ■
■MHEL FLOTJE EXPLODED"
i
35. Attcmeys and Spectators Star- j
tied at Ea^Fa= City Trial.
■■» CH _0.. J-r.e li.— The contents |
'hnle. said by government attorneys
*» detained bleached flouT. exploded
h Jour tria; r.T* to-day, startling j
&"omers and Professor ,
r A^e«, of the cfaetn— tx>' dejjartment i
* »oh_ Hopfcms University, w-as on
stacij when rh* contents of the
* ocTlotied.
gtaßaed _atT^ a.^ked an attorney, j
*teaaatea cf _ucg*n ■ eroßfAe gas j
S—E"^** * r s-Rered the profepsor.
a^ wei! as bleaching, j
*T^T* c fi t 0 * or m in fl«ur. explained j
%^ 2 »^. On erofs-examina'«:on the pro- j
- «fc:titd thai there were nitrites in 1
SB •_«■ and mei'ed snow.
tjl '---*$ FOR H. W. SAVAGE.
3; lV - P4'*?e rrtumed yesterday .
" wprr* *-nh & eheaf of new pla>-s.
?** "The Uttle Ttarnozel." a comedy '
**■-*■ life iii Londcn by Moncktbn j
j-jz *tJch ml»f May Buctfley and j
V*^ 1 '* 1 -- »•:!! have ;he l^adins: parts. }
1^" 4 Cr.."" a farct wiiir-h \aj- eue
:r « the Ketrreaiutes. Parip. -•-ing |
-X "ssaw -The Great Xaroe." a
*•«! Bnaedy ox «»«r>t:m«-nt. fry % " ' etur
yTf Field, -aia t.. l^vc been In- '
£?■ th- We (if Frar.z Lehar. arid
y^J 3 "? S!o«.." an orneretta by Henry j
«___* * ln h * a feature of the .
1 V^T 0 " f' th^ J^hann Strauss Th*-
;r*^ fc " ***• 6»"6e will produce all |
* 'v-f*f nexi ?r a^or.. together with ,
Cs^?_. by A - E. Thomas. Rupert I
*!aers J ' L:if:f -' rs . Waller Browne |
~7"? °f E! -2-'S WARD KILLED.
t*" l^ 1 ?■ V.. June 14.— Benjamin
* XzZr^ railroad man. • .-,.■■ killed
Shor * '-'acks at Cornwall thl« !
r W i* & y» i "'«--"-P< l r train. }> was a j
s. •-". '-* famous Vl'ard brothers.
W"^7 Ci ' and Joshua Ward, the j
'* c; . 7' "'^° r3r may mhai been ■
ißfaS^ ''niv-rsity of Pennaylvaaia !
'^■«li^' aT the (:>JBrt " rs at : r.Ug-h- j
*^iiv-at,. rega:t_
NCISCO MINING STOCKS.j

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j ADELPHI GIVES 'DIPLOMAS
I Brooklyn Institution Holds Com-
X: mencement Exercises.
j i!sr commencement easmliH of ' the'
j e;a*s ,rf no of Adelphl College. Lafayette
|arcau|, i:rooklyn. tv^i-p held yesterday.
The wemonies opened with a processional.
; which was followed by the invocation,
offerea by the Rev. Dr. S. G. TVeiskotten.
and a musical selection by the Acade
;my Girls' Glee ctub. Other numbers on
ths programme were:
j An essay. •'Shall Woman's Sphere En
i compass Politics?" by Mary Ath-rton
Cushraan: oration.. "A Useful Citizen." by
Percival. Flack Brunda e: es*av. "The
Traffic System of New York " by Vir-
Pinia Mollenhauer; oration. "Mission and
j Achievement." by Herbert Tneberath Weis
; kitten: piano solo, by Mabel Besthoff:
essay. "Cornets." by ura Louise Adams:
essay. -The Methods and Ideals of Rich
ard Wagner." by Eleanor. Blackman: "Hi?
Inheritance," a story, by Katherine Cald
| well Freeman; essay, "The Influence of an
Ideal." hy Gladys Lorraine Hemhrie:
essay. Th» Place of Amusement in Life "
by .leanette Williams Langharr: essay.
The World Approaching Its Ideals," hy
Elsie Estelle Pell. and oration. "Correc
tion in Public Life," by Hamilton H. Sal
mon.
The address to the graduates was made
by the Rev Dr. W. B. Jennings, after'
which the diploma*, were awarded. Miss
Gladys Lorraine Hembrie won the Alliance
medal, presented by the Alliance Francai*. J
and alao the Barlow medal for highest'
standins Sh« is the granddaughter of the |
giver. Medals were a!?o given to those '
student* who had won points in the various I
athletic contests held by the college during
the year.
SMITE'S LARGEST CLASS
i
Bachelors Degrees Conferred on 376
Young Women.
Northampton. Mass., June 14.— The larg- j
Iwat class in th<> history of Smith College
j *a« srraduat^d to-day, wh«>r 375 younji:
j women were mad* Bachelors of Arts.
I With the eonTerring: of the degrees at to
fiay's commencement exercises President
j L. Clark Seelye. for thirty-five years the
a<irnlnistrativ*> h*>ad of the institution, prac
tically brought his labors to an end.' Prrsi
! dent Seelye also conferred the degree of
j Master of Arts upon seven candidates.
j Almost the last act of President B«elye s
; administration of thirty-flve years was the
j conferring of honorary degrees upon two of
j the Teachers at the college. Mis<= Mary A.
I Gordon, teacher of Enpiish and English lit
| erature, was made an honorary Doctor of
j Literature, ani Bertha Vlncens. teacher
! of the FYench languape and literature, was
j piven the honorary degree of Mapter of
I Arts.
j Gifts amounting: to H9.910 for the year
I were anounced hy President Seelye at the
meeting and dinner of the alumnje and
tne board of trustees. The gifts Include a
fund of CO.OOO raised by the claes of 1900.
which makes available the JIO.OXt offered by
Cornelia Gould Murphy, of Boston, toward
the purchase of a. $20,000 orsaa for the new
assembly hall.
SCHOOLS CELEBRATE FLAG DAT
i Children of All Nationalities Take Part
in Patriotic Exercises.
There was hardly a school in greater
New V->rk that was not crowded to its ca
pacity yesterday at exercises celebrating
the 133 d anniversary of the adoption of the
Stars and Stripes as the national emblem.
The exercises generally opened with the
singir.p of patriotic songs by the children,
followed by readings and recitations.
Probably -he most onusuaJ observance o r
Flag Day was in Public School 114, --it
Oliver and Oak streets, which is attended
hy Chinese, Greeks, Sicilians. Italians,
Spaniards. P-irto Ricans and Jews. Tho
school has a total registration of 2,50 >).
Principal Puijaiaiu Veit had the children
gather in the playground, and there they
saluted the flag. At the Morris High School.
in The Bronx, brief addresses were made by
Commissioner 3 T. Higgins and ex-Justice
Henry A. Gildersleeve, of the Supreme
Court.
MEMORIALS TO CHAMPLAIN
Two Will Be Erected in New
York State.
Burlington. Vt., June 14.— Two memorials
to Sarr.ue! de Champlain, the explorer, the
tercentenary of whose discovery of the lake
that bears his name was celebrated la?t
summer, irfll be erected in New York State.
the uillalllilillli appointed bj the Vermont
and New York legislatures to consider the
matter having bo decided at a meeting here
to-day. Th€ memorial to he erected at
Crown Point will he the joint offering of
both Btateel The Vermont commission,
after seeking to use the state' appropria
tion of $15,000 for a memorial in Vermont. ;
has decided to make the Crown Point
structure ■ joint one. New York State will
pay J25.000 - toward the building of this
memorial and S3o.<*«. for the erection ot
one at Bluff Point. '•
The form which these memorials will;
take has not been definitely decided. There
is a plan an foot, jhowevcr, to ask permis- ;
slon of th» Lighthouse Board to erect them
as Halinmilli— and a special committee
will go to Washington to confer with the
Lighthouse Beard.
WOE TO CITY 'JOY RIDERS" j
• ? !
May Be Harder than Ever for Them—
Carl Schurz Park Now.
AVie-man Ra!j-h Fo>ks. the foe of« the
municipal "joy ride.- introduced another
-e«'.lutiot) at the meeting of the board yes
terday to make it more difficult to use city
automobiles for pleasure jaunts, if the
-evolution goes rough the head of each
department will he required to have kept
a da;!v record of each machine in his pos
session.
The board refused to allot- Fire Commis
sioner V.a:do to buy two automobiles for J
the deputy chiefs in The Bronx and In
Queens without public letting.. A similar
request frcm the Dock Commissioner was
refused.
The request of the United German Sing
ers to change the name of East River
Park, bordering on "that river between 84th
and 83th streets, to Carl Schurz Park, was
granted.
POSTAL BANK FOR BROOKLYN
Selected as Favora*ble for Experiment
Because of Foreign Population.
Word came from Washington yesterday :
that QllMfclJll will be one of the twenty
five places at which Uncle Sam will first j
sspulwinf with the postal savings banK (
scheme Ws» law wjil become operative on ,
July t As It hi believed that the patrons j
at the banks v.ill be chieHy foreigners, it j
[;as been thought expedient to pick out I
places with large populations of foreigners.
Brooklyn fulfils this condition.
* n rt point that must be decided is whetls- .
er the rate of jnter»«rt-2 per cent per an- j
num-will attract depositors. If it does ■
lot. Congress may be called upon to raiws |
___ ,-n-.- W I per cent, so as " place th I
novaal banks m a footing with private in
.,,.,. , ifir Postmaster Voorhies ssdd yes
?*rV_7 that :»e had not heard of the plan
ffipen a bank in Brooklyn.
RUSSIA'S INCREASE IN COTTON
Tifli* tinrT Juoe.l.-The area sown to |
"V -hin v^ar. under Influence of the
J^rtC afthe *lap!e. Is. according »o r
''Aroni the Russian cotton growing _*£
\Z'.\ 'doubk that "f last year. In the M " I
u io qr<FDP<- district four bandred acres
NEW-YORK DAILY TTUBI NE, WEDNESDAY. .TINE 15. 1910.
TWO of the QUALITY ADVERTISEMENTS
IJV TO-T>A.y~S
STttuiJorK
j HELP WANTED.
Male.
i SALESMEN. — Call at once: steady Hsht «m
j ployrnent; pays S3 ,>0 every day. Offices
! U'nrld** Specialty Co.. 32 Park Place. Room 52.
Female.
j 6DOBUI. HOUSEWORK. — For mother and
: t\»o adult nous in Ronlyn. I .one Island:
i irood waite*. (rood home. Addresn, Mrs. Very. !
Highland »vr. Ronl.Tn. I. I.
_^_ i i
BS-READ THE OTHERS AND GO TO WORK-^a
_ HELP WANTED.
Male.
AGENTS, either sex; Indispensable household
necessity; write for particular«; $50 a Ms! for
' a hustler. The Edison Mali Order House. 3 Main
et.. Adams Center. N Y.
AGENTS to handle our teas and coffees; experi
ence not necessary build, up a business of your
own. Call or wri-.e. Burns & Reed 209 Hudson
st.. New York.
BOOKKEEPER for manufacturing concern in
Massachusetts; $1,300. Business Service Co.,
SOS singer Building. '
BOOKKEEPER for manufacturing concern in
Massachusetts; $1,300. Business Service Co.,
W,' Singer Building.
BOY wanted In tailor store to do errands and
cleaning; $3 to start; references. Fischer. 177
3d ay« : . -
COLLEGE MEN— Ram $300 this summer can
vassing on salary and commission basis. Ad
dress C. Box 3S». Tribune Office.
r KTAPHO.VB OPERATOR — Must be »xper' :
position in the country until August ; good sai
ary 'ight party. Universal Exchange. 1 West
34 th st
ELECTRICAL SALESMAN to solicit all kinds
of »lf-rtrical work; liberal pay. Call. B. W.
Electric <"o . 12fi5 Broadway Room 711.
FOREMAN, experienced in concrete work, for
out-of-town position; salary $1,800 Mighlll
'Pr/MMi-.nP r /MMi-.n Brokfrj. Flatlron Building.
FORGE SHOP FOREMAN for machine com
pany up Hudson: •'xperi'neeti hardening,
tempering and annealing of tools: $1.".00
*l.sf»n. Business Service Co., sor, Singer Bldß.
MECHANICAL ENGINEER — Experienco Ir
boiler testing, erection and some mcchani'-al
drauinff, $1,000-fI.SOO. Business Service Co..
MS Singer B-aildmp.
REAL ESTATE — Wanted, young man familiar
with section from 14th to 50th st. renting, ex
eaUem opportunity. Corporation, Box S. Tribune
Office.
REAL ESTATE.— Young man to learn business
property leasing, large establi«h»-d company:
fine opportunity: commission basis. Box 666.
Tribune I'ptown Office. 13«4 Broadway.
SALESMAN, speaking Spanish, knowledge of
drugs, chemicals or medicines, to represent
New York concern in South America. Business
Service Co.. SOS Singer Building.
SALESMEN — Largo corporation will engage two
capable, active men of good character to sell
and handle city collections; liberal compensation
and steady .rarl-iymen:. Bronx Branch, 522
Westehester aye.
SALESMEN — Call at once; steady, light em
rioyment; pays $3.50 every day. Offices
World's Specialty O*-. 32 Park Place. Room 52
LESMEN". everywhere. resident or road;
ctralcht or side line; steady employment: good
pay. Sanitary. Utility Co., 718, 30 Church st.
TABLET DIGEST large seller; agents
Southern territory- Pond Pharmacal Company.
New York.
THREE MEN", over 25. good education and
address; will be thoroughly instructed as
Illsaimil. then advanced to position of man
ager. Mr. Ryan, 156 sth aye.. New Tork City.
WESTERN territory; Tablet Dlgestans for ail
stomach ills. Pond Pharmacal Company, New
*"ork.
Female.
ASSISTANT SUFKK VISOR. $•'«; inmrnctor in
theoretical and practical teaching: city hos
pital. The Hopkins Educational Bureau, 507
sth aye.
COOK and KIT<HENMAID. for Tuxedo; $;.O
BS must bf flrsi last; and have good refer
ences! Industrial Association. 17 West 42d st.
COOK?, irho ur- trilling to assist with laundry,
for families in New York City or country. Im
mediately; wages f25-$35. OsterbTg's Bureau,
71<i l.rxinz-ron aye.. betwr-en 57th and sSth sts.
DirTAPH' OPERATOR— Must be expert:
rorrition in tIM cour.tr>' until Aupa>t. pon<j sal
ary right party. Cniversal Eichane*. 1 West
34th st. .
GIRT- wanted for general hou»'-'*ork; must he
competent: fcr>r>6 wages. .Grunskold's Em
ployment Bureau. 1242 Bedford aye.. near Ful
ton st.. Brooklyn.
GENERAL HGUSEWORKER-S, for small fair.
Dies In city -and country: wages (2S-930.
Osterber^'!" Bureau. 71t5 I>exington aye.. between
.'7tl! and ,->^;h sts.
GIRL for general housework: private family;
high wages. Grimskold*s Employment Bureau.
1242 Bedford aye.. near Fulton st.. Brooklyn.
HOUSE WORKER wanted: private family: good
wajjes. Gtrtsaasjold'a Emplevment Bureau, 1242
Bedford aye.. near Fulton Ft.. Brooklyn.
NUR.~E for two children, 4-8: n osi be experi
enced and have good references; good wages.
Industrial ARPOciatior. 17 West 42d st.
NTTRSE and attendant for invalid; must have
some experience and willing to travel. In
dastrial Association of America, Inc., 17 West
42r st. ■
SPANISH T!ir<>e positions for people under
s-dn-iinz Spanish and" taking English short
band: typist in Bpanlah only. Jupp Exchange,
>>7 Nassau -•
THREE LADIES. — educated; neat ap-
P'-aranf- ; experience unnecessary; oppor
tunity to '-cijr» outside position yielding good
income. Mr Ryan, 1"6 Sth aye., New York
City.
TWO plain writers, for home work spare time;
-riar.ager will call. Francis Hickey, Hoboken
(General Delivery).
TYPIST, understanding bookkeeping. $10; ste
nographer. understanding bookkeeping, $15; ail
permanent. .lupp Exchange. e7e 7 Nassau •■■
WAITRES First ass: Newport for summer;
mutt have cood references. [ndustria.l Associa
tion of America, Inc., 17 West 42d st.
ANTED.
WORK W
Male.
AN AMERICAN, raarrici neat, thorough me
chanic. painter by tra<i», employed durine day,
desires extra work for spare tirr.»'. Box 455,
Edge water. N. J. ■ ' i
ASSISTANT CASHIER or bookkeeper; used to
handling large sums of money; commercial
house preferred; references. E. Johnson, 317
West ___ st.
BILL CLERK 28 good at figures, stenography
and typewritina;. general orfice work (jcorge
Hanjcen. 403 West 56th -'
CHAUFFECR. 39, disengaged 15th lnst. on ac
count of family going to Europe; with pre
vious employer two years, driving Packarf}. city
references; single. English. G. W.. 101 East
31st st.
CHACFFEtTL — Kxcellent, careful mechanic;
understands his work : private preferred. Mc-
Calhxm's Bureau. 4<*i 4th aye. corner 31st gt.
Tel. 570* i Main.
CHAUFFEUR. — Employer n Europe; married:
mechanic: present employer's reference n.r to
3 years' service. C. S.. Tribune Uptown Office,
13<U Broadway.
CHAUFFEUR— EXperleneea: well recommended;
cood mechanic; .-lty or country. < "art of Hig
pnbottom. 2g> gat ttStn at.
COLLECTOR— Man. 2.') aro<yi reference; will
give aeourity to ar>y amount, t-ager. Box 4S.
Tribune Office.
Vi REMAN — sationary boiler; best of refer
ences! Address_m» 88th st.. Brooklyn.
FLOOR COVERINGS. CEMENT, WOOD, etc.. or
other Hne acquainted with measurements and
drawings building line: orderly. . sober, honest;
references; excellent measurer. L.. Box 31, Trib
un«- Office.
haVDY"M*N. married. German: inside painter,
naneabana«r by -trade; handy in all Ulivi.s of
repairs facti as carpentering, plastering, etc.;
wants 'steady position; eft) or country; -ood
reference: sober and steady; own tool*. C. Aator,
L'Oi« East jjsthj>t. _ . : .
rj". v -!4 capable, honest, ell around, with busi
ness 'and mechanical experience. Bos <>U. 821
Wvckoff avft- J ' ° k!: '' — —
vfi"vfF V"T''Kl N'"l or office mar., with s*n*e
of order- renerai knowleiljre of drau htinK;
sober honest; r-ier'n.-s. excellent. Experience.
Box -St. Tribune Ofllce.
pnpTHP 30 wishes position at anything; ref
erlnce F SCHANN. ISO Johnson aye., Brook
ivn. ■ . !
r.i-iT-i thtm »N" First class, under* incu
bator brooder, etc; beat references .arpen
ters Kiireau. BthavftaTel^iatC Chrtsen,
nVirTNßD^ni*rrted man »s open for position of
RHBSS D., §«_«, -mt.un., tu pt^ rred - ;
J^ Q_ J' l'.*.H J* ■ *■/»> _ ____ ■■ — ' ■— ■ " ' " '
STtT^MAV or /UJENT.— By man. npeaklng
" JZ "- T- Fvench. Italian and a little .-panieh.
•FFrfjp en-"rßed r.y prominent man: e!emer.tary
Femai".
nnrcRMAKEIt of ten years' experience
A"A "~ D SH for the -tOO: r.o -uperior in the city
, ■owolna l £ , prompt, reiUbie and r_
for hlßh u£.a&J* .\Vest_46th »t.
sonabie. Mine. t-ret'f >■- «r
V^~Ti~^TEXOC:nAPHER. who makes substl-
A.> AJ '''f'lr^in. will book n«a(j»in<-n^ f/>r i
tUi ?l V__) experienced in technical work; |
< aK<-nrtff. A<Jtire»» Summer Enj, «t,,
Tribune Ofllc*- . ~— — , ._
fteiioaraphlc i>|je.wriune work; rra
. r'rafe. " 95 William »U. Room 613.
•Pboue i^iOfr— Jots. i
£rilmne
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
Male.
COACHMAN— Excellent gardener. 40. single,
willing, obliging, desires permnnent place, city
or country; hignest references, terms reason
able Box 12. Tribune Office. !
COACHMAN. — English; first class man with ,
saddle and harness horses: ride and drive well,
good man for any oat wishing to be turned cut
«mart ; life experience, strictly sober: good r+t
erences. aged 33; single; go anywhere. H-
Stokes. Oscawana-on-Hudson. N V 'Phone 44 — •
Croton. <
CCTPLE — Colored; butler, useful; cook, iaun- I
dress: both excellent servants. $.10; employer ,
going abroad. Miss Shea's Bureau. S East 42d. (
COTTPUS — Score-! . buil*r. useful, cook, five;
veara in last place. $«f>. Miss Shea's Bu- ;
reau. S East 42a I
FARMHAND.— German. $2.". good milker and
FARMHAND.— German. $2.". good milker and
teamster: general farmer: sober and indus
trious. 8.. Mathewson Bureau SIS 6th aye.
Tel _37B_Bryant ;
! FARMHANDS, useful men. married couples for
"arms and gentlemen's country places; Eng
1 lish. German and Swedish. Mathewson Bu
rc-au. «13 flth aye. Tel. 373 Bryant.
GARDENER. — German couple; wife cook, wash
and imn, cenerally useful on gentleman's
place; bf-st references. Carpenter's Bureau, 15-4
Gth aye.
GARDENER-FLORIST — First class; reliable in
every branch; thorough. y practical and com
petent; 38: English: married; one child: highly
recommended. J. N., care Burnett, 72 Cort
landt st.
MAN. understands automobiles, horses, dairy,
poultry, gardening. Moderate, Box 8, Tribun*
Offire
SEFT"L MAN. — S2.i Hollander; good hand on
lawns, gardens, horses, cows chickens; sober,
willing and industrious. H., Mathewson Bu
reau. 818 6th aye. .
r^EFI'L MAN- Young Frenchman: speaks little
Knglish : indoor, outdoor, small wages; refer
ences: understands waiting. E M.. Miss Fltz-
G«"rald's Bureau. 503 sth aye.
Female.
CHAMBERMAID.— Smart. Scotch, capable ser
vant; live years' excellent New York refer
ences. *2S. Waldorf Bureau, 12 West 33d sx.
'Phone 30O — Madison.
CHAMBERMAID — Young Swede; excellent
'city references; city or country; $25. L.,
Miss Hrfmayer's Bureau. .'5211 sth aye.; tele
phone 4.*>-'7 Madison Square.
CHAMBERMAID AND WAlTßESS.— Competent,
neat j oung woman; excellent personal refer
ence; city or eoumrv. (.'all Miss Cooper's Ag»no% .
867 Kth aye.
'"HAMBERWORK— By neat colored girl; In fur
nished room house, or housework in small
apartments. Johnson. 4&4 7th aye.
tTOOK — Toons .Swede, excellent cook; neat,
careful; $3.". If., Miss Kofmayer'g Bureau,
•'•2" "»th avf . , telephone 4527 Madison Square.
COOK. — Swedish, very neat, excellent cook; ■
good manager; best city references; wages, '
J2K, friend ■"!-nnb<»rmaid-waitr»sp : very good. I
Ostrrberp's Bureau, 716 Lexington aye.: tel.
10.-.r. p'.iza.
OOK — With first class references; under
stands cookin? in all branches; $35 to $40.
C. Miss Margaret Smith's Bureau. 2.* i West
42* St.; 'phone 303!> Bryant.
COOK — Capable, quiet, temperate white, woman,
wishes place as pi Tin cook; general utility;
home preferred to big wages. Mrs. Kavanagh,
333 Bergen at., Brooklyn (subway).
COOK.— First class; $35-S4O: excellent refer
ences: very neat, capable refined woman. Wal
dorf Bureau, 12 W'erx 33d st. "Phone 300 —
Madison.
OOOK. — Thoroughly experienced all branches;
neat, economical; fx< ellent refpronces; city or
country; $30. Industrial Association. 17 West
-- _ Phone 521'J — Bryant.
COOK — By neat Welsh woman, asslm in laun
dry; excaUent reference; city or country. Mias
Cooper's Agency, CB7 6th aye.
COOKrAND i WAITRESS. — Two sisters wish po
sitions topetl.r-r: very best references: wages
$25. Flaherty's Bureau, 485 Columbus aye. Tel
741 Rivr.
COOK AND LAUNDRESS: al*o chambermaid
and waitress: two very neat Finnish girls;
bave excellent references; city or country. Jus
sila Bureau. 6so Lexington aye. Tel. 4453 Plaza..
GENERAL. HOUSEWORK or nurse jrirl, by a
green prirl; wages moderate; willing and oblig-
Ina;. Flaherty's Bureau, 455 Columbus aye. Tel.
741 River. •
GOVERNESS.— EngIish: entire charge of one or
more children: experience delicate children;
five years' reference. FltzGerald's Bureau, 503
5_ aye.
HOUSEKEEPER.— By a middle aged woman, to
taJ»« full charge of home and motherless chil
dren; city or suburbs. M. 8.. Box 10, Tribune
Office.
KOUSEWORKER. Good plain cook: $2T>: gen- j
erally useful, very best reference. McCullum's j
Bureau. 460 4th aye . corner 31st St. Tel. 5706 i
Main. j
HOUSHWORKEH.— By neat young woman; 3
years' .reference ; good family cook and laun
dress. Call Mis.s Cooper's A^encv. 657 4th aye.
LADY'S MAID-SEAMSTRESS — Very neat.
quiet Swedish girl; excellent maid: very :
gO'>d seamstress: very best references. Oster
borg's Bureau, 716 Lexington aye.; tel. Plaza
10r,.Y
LATNORESS — Young, very nim Finnisli girl.
laundress; shirts, collars, etc. Os
terberg'a Bureau, 716 I>exington aye.; teL
Plaza 10.-.-,
NURSE — Reliable Protes'ant nurse t.i care for
invajln or <-lderlv lady: willing to ">ew and
be useful; city reference. Mrs. Latham. OS
East 102 d. '
NURSE — E»i-ellent; with child or Infant; neat
German woman: $30; excellent reference. Wal
dorf Bureau. 12 West 33d st. 'Phone 300 Madi
son.
NURSE — Flrai class; neat, tidy girl; best per
sona! and written references; wages $25.
Flaherty's Bureau, 453 Columbus aye. Tel. 741
River.
NURSE — Experienced: infant or grown; haa
friend maid; will travel: good dresamaker; ex
cellent packer; good sailer. Morrow's Bureau,
721 Lexington avy.
LAUNDRESS, excellent; home or out by the
day. Laundress, care Bain, 2283 7th aye.
TWO GERMAN G IRLS — Competent cook, /-x
<^ller.t baker; other waitress and chamber
nuiirt: distance no object: htghl> recoin
mendf-d. Morrows Bureau, "1\ Lexington
aye.. corner ftSth.
WAITRESS — Young Scotch woman: well
trained; used to first class service; $20-$25.
C. MUs Hofmaycr's Bureau. 320 ,'>th aye.;
telephone. 4.*»L'7 Madison Sa.ua
'WAITRESS- PARLOR MAID — Young. tall
Swedish girl: rirsi class waltretw; excellent
references: friend chambermaid-waitress or
mamctresa , o t»rberg's Bureau, 716 Lexing
ton aye: tel. JOSB Plaza.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS.
St'PREME COCKT. STATE AND COUNTY
of N>w York. — Mary A. Mahon. Plaintiff;
Emma M. Dugliss and Isaac Goldberg. D«
f<T"lants. — Summons. Trial "desired in New
York County -To th» above named defend
an(p. You are hereby »ummonerl to answer
the complaint in this action, and to serve a
ropy of your answer on the plaintiff's attorney
within twenty days after the service of this
3umnvins. ex<-lUßiie of the day of service: and
In i-af if your failure to appear, or answer,
judgment will be taken against you by defp.ult
01 . the relief -|.mande<l in the complaint.
Dated. March •_•«. l^' l
ROBERT J. MAHON.
Plaintiffs Attorney.
Office and rn«t O fn<-» Address, t.14 Nassau
Street, Manhattan Borough. New York City,
N y.
To Isaac <lo!dberg: The foregoing summons
Is served upon you by publication, pursuant to
an order of Hon. Edward B. Whitney. Justice
of the Supreme Court of i=tate of New York.
New York County, dated the lClh day of May.
'H!') and filer the same day In the Office of
the Cl«r* of >w York County, at New York
County Court House, in Manhattan Borough.
New York City. ROBERT I. MAHON.
Plaintiffs Attorney.
154 Nassau Btreet, Manhattan Borough. New
York ity.
PROPOSALS.
ROADS. .SIDEWALKS. ETC.— OFFICE OF
the Constructing Quartermaster. T\ tj. Army.
Fort SSocum. N. V , June 13th, 1010. — Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, will be received until
It a m. o'clock July 12th. 1010. for construc
tion of roade, aldewalks. curb*., gutters and
drmina Blank forms of proposals and in
formation furnished here, where plans may be
Men Env.-lopt-a containing proposals will be
iucior«<-d "Proposals for Roads. Etc.." ami
addressed Conatructlng Q. M.. Fort Slocum.
N. Y. -••'-•■ - ■
PROPOSAL FOR MISCELLANEOUS RAlL
wav Supplier. — Office of Assistant Pureha»
inir Ofßowr. Panama Rail Road Company. -J4
State f'r«"-t New Tork, .Junf 11th. 1910.—
Seul-d proponja wiil be re#eivc.i at thi« office
until 2:00 P. M.. June 20th. t»!0. for furnlih-
Init th* Lbava mentioned Hrtlcles. Blanks anil
full iafonnution tui ■••■ nbtainetl at this
offlrr WENDELL L. SIMPSON'. Major. l!»t!i
Infantrr. U. S. A.. Assistant Purchaslnn
riflicer
WEST POINT. N. f T., JUNE! 15. MIU.— HEAI.ED
proposals, in trifili'-at* »H1 r * r«e«tv«d hens
until 2 o'clock p. m., July H 1010 for furnUhinji
nnd inxtailin* Exteiuion of lb« St<Mm Distribut
ing ••• -;n as per flra«inE» an.i »p*eiflcatlon» In
ihi» cmci?. Th* fnltert i»tai*^ re«erve«« th^ rljrht
to accept or r*)eri any or a!) proposal*, or any
part in»r>>of Form* for proposals furnished
upon apuliwition. Address QUARTERMASTER.
W**t Point. N. r.
EXCURSIONS.
ALI. TICKETS I>'CLI'DE ADMIS!«IO> IO
I)REA.MLA>D
Greateit Amusement Enterprise In the World.
Leave West 129 th St.. N. R.. 0:00. 8:45,
i 10:30. 11:30 A. M.: 12:15, 1:00. 00. 2:45. 3 30.
1 15. 5:1".. «:30, 7:30. 8:40 f. M.
L»»v« p|e r 1, K. R. g : 43i4 3i 10:30. 1J:15 A M.
! 12:13. 1:00. 1:45. 2:4.".. 3:30. 4:13. 5:00. 8:00.
6:40 7:1.V 9: IB. 9:30 P. M.
Leave Iron Pier, Coney Island. K 1 BS 11:40
A. M. 12:2.'.. 1:2.-,, 2:10, 2 55. 3:53. "4:53. 5:25.
8.10. 7:10, 7:50. R : 2S. 9:25. 10:40 P. M
H^turninc from Coney island trip marked *
does not g-o to 129 th Street, N. R.
Pound Tria Ticket. 5 From 129 th 9t.. 50 Cents.
Kouna l rip Tickets , Fr(J _ pler 1§ N R ._ 40 Cents .
STItAMKR TAURrs m»ik<-s trip* EVERY OAY
to FISHING BANKS. Leave I'Jflth.St. N. R..
7:20 A. M. : Pier .new) No. 1. N. R.. 8:20 A. M.
Bait and tackle n board. Fare: Gentlemen.
7Sc: I.adl>». r.nc : rhildren. 25c.
JULY 4 OUTINGS
ONE LOWRATECQVERS ALL EXPENSES
Unprecedented Grand Fonr Days' Exirarsion
to 1,000 Island*, includinn railroad ttcket».
boat trips, hotel hoard at finest hotels and ]
; lunches en route, for only $17.50. with exten
| slou trip throusrh St. Lawrence Rapids. Lake
Champlain. and Lake George, stopp at Mon
! treal and EaratOßa. Peven days, with all ex
pense Included, for only 547.00.
Atlitntlc Cltj 3 dar» Onl.r «IO.O«
Catskill Mttl .3 da>-» Only $13.00
Niagara FalN '. .3. days Oiilt $17.50
Thoii«anri Island*. 3 days Only $!7.".0
White Mt<« 4 dar» OnlT $25.00
Montreal and I_kes 7 dar« Only $47.00
Write or "phone for circulars.
T. H, HENDRIGKSGN, TOURS
343 Fulton St.. Brooklyn. N Y. Tel. ISO 3 Main.
CHARMING EXCURSIONS
West Point, Newburgh & Poughkeepsie
: Daily (except Sunday hy Palaco HUDSON |
RIVER DAY LINK STEAMERS.
I SEE STEAMBOAT COLUMN. ;
DESKS ANt> OFFICE FURNITLRS.
BOLL TOP
DESKS
OFFICE
FURNITURE
In rreat variety
of style and price.
T. G. SELLEW.
■ 111 Fulton St.
FURNiSHED ROOMS TO LET. j
LARGE. PUNNY CORNER ROOM, running
water; private family; beautiful location, facing
th* Hudson; telephone. Harrison. 215 West 101 st
St. Telephone OOtiO — Riverside
MACHINERY, DIES AND MODELS.
FOR SALS — New tenoning and mortising out'
fit. Does coping. Less than half ordinary
cost. Greatest capacity and efficiency. Machine
demonstrated. Mechanical Engineering Co.. 133
P.»ade st.
TYPEWRITING AND TYPEWRITERS.
VICTOR VISIBLE. 7U Nassau St.; catalogue
fre»; all makes taken part payment; bnrgains :
In Underwoodf. Remingtons. Olivers. Smiths, j
_FpR SALE.
BIG BARGAINS — Slightly used office fumitjre,
4esks. typewriters, cash registers, adding ma- .
chines, mimeographs, filing cabinets, safes, ad- ,
dressing machines, time clocks, nartitions. checic j
protectors, bookcases. NATHAN'S. 4 White Street. *
_ FORECLOSURE SAL
SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW YORK. !
— Kenyon Fortescue, as Trustee, etc.. Plain
tiff, against Benjamin Ftshman et al.. De- !
fendants.
In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure i
and saie. duly made and entered in the above
entitled action and bearing date the 3d day
of June. IPIO. I. the undersigned, the Referee '
in nad Judgment named, win sell at public !
auction, at th* Exchange Salesroom. Nos. 14- ;
16 V»sey street, in the Borough of Manhattan, ;
city of New York, on the 30th day of .Junr-, i
1010. at 12 o'clock noon on that day. by
Joseph P. Day. Auctioneer, the premises di
rected by said Judgment to be sold, and there- ■
in described aa follows All that certain lot.
piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and
improvements thereon erected, eituate lying i
and being fn the Borough of Manhattan, of. .
the City of New. York, bounded and described
as follows: Beginning at a point on the north
erly side of 113 th street distant on" hundred j
and twenty-four <124) feet six (6) Inches]
westerly from the northwesterly corner of |
113 th street and Park avenue (formerly Fourth i
avenue>. and which point is at or opposite to j
the centre of A party wall; running thence,
northerly pa'rallei with Park avenue and part j
of the distance through the centre of said :
party wall one hundred <100) feet eleven (11) j
Inches to the centre line of the block; thence i
westerly and parallel with 113 th street twenty- i
cix (2S> feet four i 4» inches; thence south- !
erly and again parallel with Park avenue and :
part of the distance through the centre of
another party wall one hundred fIOOJ feet
eleven i 1! i Inches to the northerly side of
HSth utreet, and thence easterl;. along said
northerly side of 1 13 th street twenty-all CJ6) >
feer four (4) inches to the point or place of
beginning.
Said promiß-s being known a.« No. 77 East
113 th street in the City of New York.
Dated. New York. June 7th, 1910.
SAUL J. BARON. Referee.
MI'RRAT. BENNETT A INGERSOLL, Attor
neys for Plaintiff. No. T2 William street.
Borough of Manhattan, City of New York.
The following is a diagram of the property
to be sold. Its street number is No. 77 East
113 th street. New York City.
114 th Street. ;
H3th Street.
The approximate amount of the lien or
charge, to satisfy which the ahove described
! property Is to be sold, is $20,118 99. with in
j tor»s» thereon from, the 23d day of May, 1910.
! together with costs and allowance amounting
' to $447 45. with interest from June .;, ISMO,
i together with thp expenses of the sale. Th-
approximate amount of the taxes, asseasmenta
and water rates, or other liens, which are to
i be allowed to the purchaser out nf th» pur
| chase money, or paid by the Referee, is $544 17
' and interest.
Dated. New Tork .Jur.e 7th. 1!HO.
BATTL J. BARON. Referee
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
persons having claims against Ellen M. F:ke.
late of the County of New York, deceased, to
present the same with vouchers thereof to
the subscriber, at her plac* of transacting
business, the office of Guthrie, Ba.us & Van
Sinderen. No. 44 Wai! Street, in the City of
New York, on or before the 26th day of July
next.
Dated, New Tork. the 19th day of January.
1910. JEAXXETTE P. GOIN.
Executrix,
GUTHRIE. BANGS * VAN SINDEREN. At
torneys for Executrix. 44 Wail Street.
New York City.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Abner C Thomas, a Surrogate of the County
of New York, notice, is hereby given to all
persons having claims against Charles Mayn-.
late of the County of New York, deceased, to
present the same with vouchers thereof to
th«* subscriber, at her place of transacting
business, at the offices of Pratt. Koehler 4:
Russell. No. 47 Cedar Street, in th- City of
New York, on or before the 23rd day of Sep
tember next.
Dated New York, the 18th day of March.
1910.
CAROLINE MAYNC. Executrix.
Pratt. Koehler & Russell, Attorneys for Ex
erutrix. No 4T Cedar Street. Borough of
Manhattan. City of New York.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County
of New York. Notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against JAMES WILLS,
lat» of the County of New York, deeawMd. to
areaeot the saiiif with vouchers thereof to th««
subscriber, at his place r.f transacting business
at the office of McCurdy & Yard. No. «0 Broad
way, in the City of New York, on or before the
10th day of December next.
Dated New York, the 28th day of May. ]"W
WILLIAM BRINKERHOFF. Executor "
M'CITDY & YARD, Attorneys for Executor
fl« Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. New
York Cl^y.
IN PIRSVAM'E OF AN ORDER OF HON
Abnec C. Thomas. a Surrogate of the County
of New York, notice is hereby «riv*>n to all
pt rsons bavins claims aa-alnst Eugene Shirr
deceased. late of the County of Strm York, to
present the same wlt.'i vouchers thereof to the
subscribers, at their place of transacting busi
ness, at thr omc>' of Whitrid«re. Butler & Rl.-
No. 59 Wall Street, in The City of New York!
on or heforf the first d»v of December next'
Dated New York, the i;r.:h day of May. 1910
ADRIAN ISEI.IX. JR.. SAMUEL WOOLVER
TON. Exrcutors.
WHITRIDOE. BUTLER & RICE. Attorneys
for Executors. SO Wall Street. N. Y.
IN PfnSIAME OF AN ORDER OF HON
Abner C. Thomm, a Surrogate of the County"
of New York, notice la hereby given to all ner
loni havira* claims against Alexander Mi-Ounald
late of the County of New York, deceased, to
present the same trMi vouchers thereof to 'the
subscriber, at h!« niace of transacting bueinesi
No. lf» Broad>va- in the City of New York on
or befor- the nineteenth day of November nest
Dated StW York, the wventeenth day of May
tniO RDMTNn K. STALLO. Administrator.
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for The Tribune received »t their I'ptown
Ofltcr No. 13*4 Broadway, h«i»-« n 3«th _ nri
37th st».. until 0 o'clock p. m. Advertisement*
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ular ■■>«.- rates untU * n'rlnrk r. m., viz.- •»«»
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Send for Copy of
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Thursys.lOAM Vtvl 11114.11
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Sailings Sat..ll A.M. j Ir\•• T /-i
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H Broadway. New York.
fDEUTSCHUNO^
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JULY 2, I P.M.I
ik 6 Da\s to London &_\\
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LONDON, PARIS, HAMBURG.
tUnexc»ll«M Ritz-Carlton a la Carte Restaurant
Gymnasium. Rlee. Baths. K>vator, Palm Garden
JFenn'vanta..June i.".. 1 I' M ' Bluecher J*ne S
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For Summer Vacations.
BERMUDA
the Ocean Paradise, by
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mudian." June 15, 25,
July 6. 16. 27.
Round Trip, S2O up.
Tours at inclusive
rates, $35 up. -
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New York to Quebec
via Halifax and St.
I Lawrence. S. S. "Trinidad," sails
I July 2. 16. 30, Aug. 13, 27. 1,500
: miles — 6 days, $-45 up.
THOS. COOK & SON
245 Broadway. -H4 and n«3 Fifth Ay?..
' 649 Madi?on Aye.. .\>w York.
: Tmir« to Europe and PaH*inn Play.
I South Amrrira Tour. Julr 20.
i Rnnnd the Wnrlil. Xiik. SS.
j <<^pt. 13, 27. W^ttboiunl.
CUNARD LINE
Tiers 54 and B*. North River, foot of 14th St.
OFFICES. 21-24 state St., opposite the Battery.
Lusitania— Mauretania
Largr»t. Fastest. Finest Steamers \f\m>r
New York io London Direct
VIA FISHGCARD
The most expeditious rcute. Quickest also to
PARIS-BERLIN-VIENNA
Leore New Turk Wednesdays. 9 A. 11.
MONDAY W LOHDOH TUESDAY IN PdR;S
Wireless Telegraph, Snnmarine Slifnal^.
•Campanla.June 15,9 am j Lusitania June 29
Mauretania . June 22iCampania .. . fnljr fl
•Carmania. June 2.". lOam!*Caroria.Ju!y ',>, 10 am
•Will call at Queenstown and Fishgnard.
HCNGAKIAN-AMKRICAN MUtTKW,
To FIUME. via GIBRALTAR.NAPLES.TRIESTS
|Ultor.ia..June 16. noon I Pannorla July 19
tCarpathia.July 7. noon| JUltonia August 4
ai.s bit Genoa. ICarrles 2d and 3d class only.
Travellers' checks Issued good everywhere.
Partlc of Services. Rates. Sailings and other
information will be sacslled on application.
AMERICAN LlNE^ioloo^^
Sf. — Pljmouth Ctaerboarr — Soathamptnn.
New York June IS! Philadelphia July 2
St. Paul June 25t St. Louis.. . July 0
RED STAR LINE &S!S_^_
XEIV YORK— DOVER— ANTWERP
Lapland inew)..June T*|F!nland j "'y 2
Kroonland June 25|Vaderland July 9
WHITE STAR UNEST^,
\. a.. <3ueen.«.t«n»n. tlnl.Thead. Liverpool.
ri>]tir June 18. t» ami Arabic July 2
Cedric. . .June 25. noon | Baltic ........ July 9
\. — I'lrmouth — Cherbourg —
Dceanic .June 15. noon: Adriatic June 29
Majes;:c.Junc22.o:3oam! Teutonic . July 6
Al»o New York and Boston — Mediterranean.
Our Travelers' rhefka fiond Ever>where
Offices 9 B wav & Pier 62. N R. i^3d St. N. T
SEAMAINF
The Most
Charming Short S«*
Trip on the Atlantic Coast.
' STEAMSHIPS
NORTH LAND & NORTH STAR
- • t : to
PORTLAND, MAINE
Satllncs Tucsdav, Thursday and Satur •
5 P M.. from Pier SO. East River. N. T.
For full information and. booklet apply to
MAINF >. S. CO.. 200 B'lray, N. V.
4TH OF JULY!
OUKHGS Special Tonr<»— 2. 3
_ I __^ -^^.^^i._™_««_-J and 4 days. Greatly
reduced rates, covering transportation,
hotels, «-tc. Only «6..">0 and up. Includ
ing Ntagara Falls. Lake Champlain.
Lake George, Thousand Island*. Adiron
riafks. Atlantic City. D<-l»war- Water
Gap, Catskills. Baratopa, Boston. White
Mountains. Me. sen.i for Special Circu
lar. \I.\K-IKK- roiRS, 31 West aOtfl
St.. New York fltv.
HtlJ V LlnC Brooklyn, at noon.
v.TTan Juan. P. X ., »-a Guayra. I'to. Cabello.
** Curacao and M»ra. via Curacao.
„R V C v i« June ISIPHILADELPHIA.JuIy 2
For* La Guayra, Curacao and Maracaibo.
MARACAIBO.June 25 iZUUA. ......... .July 0
<linerlor .\i'i-nmminl»:iim» for Passengers.
3Upe BLJSS. DALLETT i CO..
n^nfral Managers. M 2 Wall St.
A^UHUr^ LINE
GLASGOW via LONDONDtKRY
• ne»»* IS 3 pm|Ca!edon_..July 2. 2 pm
ColUiTibm June 23. t» ami California.. Jul> tt. 1O am
l-'kK-iT <\BI.N. WMU 4iii S7--.. T .o.
kKCOND CABIN. Mi a nd UT.oO.
rn,i;i' CLASS. «•;« 75 and $30.
HENDERSON BROTHERS. 17- U» Broad wit
'- — cTXnK'S Tin i<- TO El rt.'i-F
Itineraries carefully made and many special
featurva render our Tours very doiuhtful.
no«ri' Tours at JS27S <ip*ar<l Paaeton Play
features North Cape Tour $H •'
i'iiA>ii C. CLAB_. Tlm«« Bldg., N«w Tor*.
TIME_ TABLES.
FALL RIVER LINE
Solsndid Steamers — So's^d d S«-vci)
Begun to think about vaca
tion ?—? —
Most people ha vs. Don't
decide until you talk with the
ticket man at 171 Broadway.
Fall River Line iteamers leav*
New York, Pier 19, North R-ver.
oot of Warren Street, at 5:30
P. M. G«t you to Boston as
early as 7 o'clock next morning—
latsr if you like. £.A
Fare to Boston $Hr
j Telephone 5X21 CortU_lt for mf«rmatioa
I Qty Tide* Office— l7l Bro*iw*T
I DAY LINE STEAMERS. DAILT. except Saa
day. leave Brooklyn. Fulton St fby Annex*.
8: Desbrosses St.. 40: W. 42i St.. 9. W.
■ 129 th St.. 9:20 A. _. Land;n«- at Toakarst.
West Point. Newburgh. Poushkeepsl» : Kln«
•ton Point. Catsklll. Hudson, and A!t>i.-.y.
Easy connection* North. East, and W«st. A I
♦h rough rail tirlcr>« between N. T and Al
j bany accented. Most delightful one-day our
j ings to West Point. N«»w!vjr*;rt, or piugh
i keepsle. returning nn down beal d«S 42<J st«
5:3f» P. M Meal^ yrved ai »n h«urn Musts.
STEAMER MARY POWELL
Leaving Desbroases 8t a: 1:45 P M.. W 434
jPt 2 p M . XV. 12!>th St. -2:20 P..M. dally,
' except Sunday, for Highland Falls. W»i- Point
} returning hv boat or rail>. Cornwall. N'»-w
hurarh. New Hambury. Milton. Pokeapsis.
I Rondout and Ktnc»ton. OrehentriL
OATSKILL MOUNTAINS
via the rat«ki!l Mniiatain, Otl« and Tatitkill
and Tanner^ville' Railway*.
Direct connection »lrh " v >» v. T. Central train*
Uavlng N"* Tcrk 7:54 am? 11:11 A. _.. <Tai!r.
except Sunday, an 4 '>2 P. M.. da!' and «!!«
West Shore trains leaving H*cs4 42tl St. at 7:15
and II M A. M.. daily except ■nnd»i
Also direct connection with tbm HUDPOV
RIVER DAT r.iNF. and tiim CATSKILL srvSN
'■ INO LINE STEAMER?
PURCHASE TICKETS VIA CATSXILL.
— -*ff — Reliable
PEOPLES LIME TO ALSA3Y
ST*R ADIRONDACK Oven dates Jua»>.
STR C. W. MORSE falt«rnatln<> — Pier 32.
N. R. tool Canal St.. 6 P. M W. 12!>th St..
I 6:30 P. M. daily i Sunday tncladed >. Fron»
! Albany daiTv (Sunday iacludM). 5 P. _.
ORCHESTRA.
CITIZENS LINE TO TROY
New Ptrs. TROJAN ir RENSSELAER. p«e?
; 4<?. N. R . ft. West IMb st . 8 P. M. daily (Sat
! urtJays excepted). From T-- daily (Saturdays
excepted). 7:30 P. M. Sunday steamer t».«she»
at Albany.
Exci»!'^nt cuisln* ttr.ri service. Direct rail
; ronrif ctlon at Albany and Troy for points
North. East and West; horses a."..i automobiles
carried <tt reasonable rates.
T nAATniI Direct from City to
5 BOSTON rsrr
IIP Yale & Harvard
A most fascinating Route. River. HarScr. 3oua4
an ! i■• -an. Fare?: m« same aj> Long Island
Sound Lines. Week _ya an<i Sundays. Leav«
New Tork. Pie- 14. N. R-. 5 P. M. ?ame dally
silmsilhl» from Imfla Wharf. B"»ton. Due to ar
ri-. either city M o'clock n?xr mornir?.
■ HSmfrni.Mf.M'hß^l'tU
For V«vburjh. Poashkeepsie and King-ton.
From Franklin Street, week days, except Sat
ordavr. 4 P. M. Saturdays. 1 P. M. West
12!>th St.. t:3O P. M
For NEWBURGH arri interm»d:iat» land
ings, we-k days, 5 P. M. Saturdays. 3 P. SI.
W>st 12!lth m.. Z.zn.P. _.
SUNDAYS West 120 th St. »:30 A. M.
-__-... , steamers leave Fier 43. N. R-. it-
CATSKLL a W w £ - D rp s >1 r
_\_>i>g calskill— Hudson—
LINE I and Intermediate Landing*
Send 1 Hnts in stamps for Summer Booklet
on Resorts in and near th* Catsklll Monntaina
r.-. -„ -1.. , - - ;
RED BANK Ll^E
Leaves Franklin SI . Pier -4, North RlT«r.
daily 8:30 A. M . 3 ">0 P. M-. Sun. B:3a A. M. :
Battery 5:5." a. M 2:55 P M . Pua. <» -VI
A. M for Highlands. Red Par.-; stc Exc.
p(V; ---:>-,■ to Long Branch and Asbury Par'<.
INSTRUCTION.
j Boys and Young — Country.
MAPLEWOOO CAMP
And SUMMER HOME. June 6-Sept. 15. Sll<X
N-»ar P-:.a 4- th year, special care to lit::*
boys. Winter session. Sept. I*. prepares 4*> boys
ior college or busines?. J. SHORTLIDGE. A \: .
Yale. Prin.. Box 134. Ctmcordv!i>. : p; To Pa.
For Botia — City.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGCAGZ3.
MADISON SQUARE (1122 BROADWAY).
• Harlem Branch. 343 Lenox Aye.. aeaf 127 th St.
Brooklyn Branch. 2T9-220 Livingston *t
DI'KVEA VORM \I SCHOOL.
Dancinsr and .^Tsthettca,
Jun» l^th to July 2d.
I SCHOOL AGENCIES.
American and ioreign Teacners' Ageocf.
Supplies Professors. Teachers. Tutors. u«»
crnesses. etc.. to Colleges. Scnools and FamllUa>
Apply to lira. _. J. YOUNG-FtTLTOV.
; S3 •'-. - R<n_.-»
CARPET CLEANING.
N. Y. CARPET CLEANIN3 WORKS
Oldest. Largest. Most Modern.
Tel. 46?2 — 4693 — Bryant. Established 1557
Fina Rugs Wovan from Old Carpets.
Prices Reasonable. Send f»r Circular.
437 and 439 W. 45fh Sf,
tT. H. JORDAN- EDWIN LSNT2.
Carpet & Rug Glaansing
lh * C.H. Brown «©• s*"ST_urr., H m
•99 211 E. 37th st. ' '»+* *
CAREFUL CARPET CLEANING CO.— Cieaa»
by comuresset: air. stea_. hand or en «oor.
lflM Broadway. 421 F^st 4Sti» «t. COE *
BRANDT. Tel. 132— SSth.
DOGS. BIRDS. ETC
PARKWAY PET STOCK
Dogs boarded In sanitary ca^es. Bostons at
stud; alt leading remedies. 44 West 110 th »t.
REMEDIES.
___________________
THORtHGH. PKKMANEVT (IRKS aaee
of BLOOD FOI-ON. NEBVOIS DEBILITY.
BLADDER COMPLAINTS and kindred dis
eases: relief at one* h) dangerous cases. r»e»nt
cr old: those r»eslrtng r»rt!: '.r->' e__ KlraUße
treatmer.' shou.d -a. Dr. BONSCHUR. the »e4l
known specla. at. S3 West 3S^h st. Houre. 9-3. T-%
f^ —^ *"* ™ — ~~ ™ *"™" ™— "^" **~~ — _ _^_ »
LOST AN FOUND.
fTfty~dollars reward for the rs
furn of a small br"<*«-h. sapphires, diamonds
and enamel. lost <=aturdav. Jun^ 4. tftin. nea-
C_e Lafayette. DREICER * CO., S*» Fifth
aye- N- Y. ,^ — .
LOST BANKBOOKS.
BANKBOOK No. 3001*83 of the Union Pirn
Savings Bank is missing. Any person ha»
ing a claim to it is hereby called up»n to
pr'senr the mit.» within ten days, or sutsra.it
to ha\!rg said passbook cancelled. ar.tt * new
■>ne i*«ued. _ _______^__^.^__
BANKBCOK No. 324.H*.* of the Union Dim*
Savings Bank i 3 missing. Any person Ravin*
a claim to It is her»b: ca'led upo.i to present
th« a_OM within ten day* or submit to having
said paasbo«'k_can£elled and a »w oae »sue-i
"BANKBOOK. No. 55».*17 of the l*n!on Dtm«
Sarixta Bank is missing. Any rerscn vtmm
a cialm to It > hereby called upon to presest
thesarre w'thip ten days or submit M having
sai'i oaa«booli cancelled and a new one Issued.
LOST —Bankbook No. 405.&*4 of Dry Dock SIX
lncs Institution. Any person having ctauns
ucon aa! ■ hock is called upon to present tn«
_m« to the bank within thirty -i*v». or the »aM
book will be declared cancelled and ext:r-rulaned
and a new one tswedjn Jleu jhereof.
LosT~_Bankbook No. 7t52.70f1. Bank • - Sar-
Ing* 2*o 4th aye.. . New York. ayment
stopped. P!ea»»' return book to bank
BOSINESS CHANCES.
PREFERRED STOITC. CITY COMPANY;
three months wilt double ratue; prtnrere will
be r*rr!cu:ari\ interested. Send postal. PER
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ADVERTISEMENTS AND SrBSCrUPTTO?rS
for The Tribune received at their Vptown
Office. No. 13*** Broadway, between 3«th and
S7th sts.. unttl S> o'clock p- m. i . errisemen's
received at the »o;!<twirg" branch o_ees at reg
ular ofSce r»;ea until * o'clock p m . *t_: 2#*
Sih aye.. , c. cor. .-.id St.; i.ye «ts aye.. ear.
t2th at,; 104 East 14th St.; 257 '' M 42d «..
betw»n Tth and *«h aves. ; Mi VT»st l2Sth St.:
IWa Sd aye : l«2« 3d »>■».. ne»i> Sist «t. : 170*
t»i »ye.. near S!>th M . lo" Ea»t l_th St.; T2G
Tremnnr aye.; «50 3d avt.» and any _m«rlc_i
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