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.i»« ' *;?:„^1 Tnr* WiUft*. ;«91 East l«7th
*Ocrft.-nc«o= c^erT John V Boyland. 10C East
-'^ffSfSrti^: co*. $80,000.
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PRO^fSi --^t. 50xS3: D'Xnsrelo Bonasur
* ** AP»ue» D'Anpelo, 459 E«:
CWJtor^i-Wert^-ts-r: M W M Ga^dio.
j»t*jrt. iS Vaster av_B. architect; coat.
** 9 '^cr>v A YE. *s.soa «oC Beach sre;
d**2k_w_ 21-5-": Jobo P -tcOui-r.ees.
5 ?tr_ r ••£ owner; Thomas L Ne-winan,
£22 *rc-.e*ter aye. architect; cost, $5,000.
,-/'" — . err • « from Ccurtlandt to Park
* 51 *;* 's'«^f rk stores and <J-g», 14x53
.aye; J".. cc Simpson. 544 G-rard aye,
'"iS4i;^««^ J Byr-c. 3029 3d aye. archl
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* -mv AYE. n"w cor ElFnsere P!ac*:
•*S_: tin-si »*»; John C Cook Co. 793
H^ " r * pp ll r x North. own«r; Robert E La
rr !.' - ..-.',_, Southern Boulevard, architect;
e 'j2?rooo. ;
■ r%T. o? iS att:. « t -0 ft - or irr.th st; two
4SsSS: Isaac Brown. *-_•»
V^' KTTh Bt ©wlwr; Moor* & Landsiede!,
B| M *«. architects; cost, TJO.OOO.
,— -p g- 42 West: to al2 m& trie hotel:
*;^_"b "Fletcher. 165 Broadway, owner; C
4^ « .Liberty et. architect; $!«.«••.
c«- 1 - ct '*- 150 ft •of Sd ar *- to a. S
.J «nfl b«W=B=« prlrate dwe; L E Mahan,
--t nrM^wsT. otmer; O Gaertncr, S9l East
. rfti et .architects: ?7.000.
' *".nj:x.«J!D f-T. 12: to a Z str brie eto—
£JM«ac: C S r.'nlrnev. 113 Broadway, owner;
'„'- Ltoss, Inc. 1403 Broadway, architect;
- -4TTT ST. 153 East; to » 5 sty brk tenrrrt:
-v-5^., FrieadTr Society of the Diocese of New
In<- 44 "Wei=t sth Bt; owner; D P K»rr, 3
V"-« 22* *t. architect: ?3.000.
TTOOr'LA'W'N EX». tr «= 294. lf> B * <-: Tan
Cxrzianit aye CSiICO; Caesar RomaEnoll «#rt Rn
i^ pri— -avcra lac..or. to cancel deed); attor
t e^*cur-ls & Roinasn*-
BT 30f East: Rosa. Jadd» &tt Mortis
£pieg»i et »' «jr.enaed loredosurs cr rr.tt;); at
isrsey, T. C Birkhahn.
LOT Cj. llnci 21SS, sec 1. Borough ci Mari
hH-ta=- Char>s O Stanley. «v» airt. Soiomon
X(Sf c .-■ ** <* n r«clo6urß of transfer of tax lien);
snorrers. SloadarS. & Mark.
* 081 ST 5 s. B ft -w of 7th a-r«. lSxlOO.ll:
• Asa I- Bflgenttal »#rt E*tner Kiumenthal et a;
<ft>rtr!"s-re cf nat«); attorney. W B Marx.
• tSTK PT. US and 304 East: .Tare* Fi? ■■he! a^t
*rccld ' risnond •• al (foreclosure of ir\'.£<, at
tar'-. II oilman.
- xtHllt.' PLAINS RD. * «. inn ft ■ «* Ko»
m'h'av* 2J!c77.r»- Mar>- D Sftwuiltli agt William
TT TV!::;-;: ct al (foreclosure of nits); attorney,
GRKENWTCII ST R49: Frances L Meeker art
jhyrk<T Reuity Co et al (foreclosure of ratg); at
torney. H A Kncx.
ascsrixsan .\xr.. 7i» ana 721. 623 and 625.
«— • a'n J Ci- t v .r»>e arttons: Nellis voit act
itayx B««ltT and Construction Oa tlorcclosure of
jaqri- a'-torrr;-, A Lchnsan.
EI.WOTT AYE. w 8. 2SO ft s of JttOxßßm. Ft.
fOxTT.; J^h-a H Para«li« ast AW>« M Flycar
it «: .forecJofure of tvo xnt^s); attorneys,
Osrie & Clarke.
■ ST. <06 East: Frsr.cis X Pap* art
*rjM* P Vigaa et al vforecioscre of •-■■: at
>'rct;-. J M lUdcr.
--'IjTIT C T *s,SOft ir of Ist aye. 2JVjcS5x lr
-r~. Ulhaii' Lipstadt agt ?amwl Bruck et a.
Tforeciosure of lax lien); attorney. A S Aaron
-r> V"" 1 " c > 20.11 ft scf 115 th «t, 20iS7:
nxae "act Aiiria L Lairt rt al (foreclosure c*
tax lleo: ■ racy, a £ Aaronstamm.
143 DST n 6. 11Z10 ft c of Lenox aye. 47.2 x
f3 11- Mar>- L Woods aprt Ler.ox BIMBOB Ware
i!«>'-j»e r<y ct al (forcilcsure cf mtfi; attorney,
O 6 Kilmer..
IV.TI' BT 2T4 EaFt: Aarr»n Moses sr- Mirm;e
V lOasogne *t al (foneclosure of its); attorney^
S: C Hamburg-.
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS.
£"TH ST. lAI East; Greenwich - tag) Sack
l;ar.s Cha.--es Srogan. lee, $475,000.
"FORTUNE" AiL TOO TRUE
Saloon Man Has Gypsy Pair Ar
rested After Losing Bills.
George J. Raichle. vrho runs a saloon at
JCo. 917 Columbus avenue, is of the opinion
that some fortune tellers tell the truth, for
en Thursday a woman seer told him that he
■wa3 foinc to lose some money. After she
had irone out of tlie saloon lie discovered
that his roll of bills had been reduced to
the extent of $20-
Eaichle and his Innchman -were alone In
the sa!oon about noon on Thursday when
two women entered. They offered to tell
Jtaichie hotv lie might become rich If he
Votflfl pay them for tlie service. Kaichle
laugned at them and •was about to
*ieni out he r says. a "stnpor seized
iia. ay.d before he realized what he was
<sai2z he handed one of the "women *50 cents.
Ther.. at her request, lie showed her his
palm, and after a careful scrutiny tie told
fcini fee M-as gx>in^ to lose a sum of money.
ATler a few more prophecies the two
ico^pr. -went away.
According to Kaichle. it was some time
later before it occurred to him to examine
Us roll cf bilis. He found that, two bills
■were missing:. "While the saloonkeeper
Tras on an Amsterdam avenue car yester
day be caught sight of the two women on
the Etrf^t, and, jumping 1 off, summoned
■Tatr-jiman TJoughlan, who was standing:
ae&r- by. Lwughlan and Detective Cara^
'Jcrr,-who liappened along, arrested ts)j
T-ora-n and took them to the West Mb
ftreet. station. They said they were mem
."bers of a gypsy camp at We_t Farms.
CONSPIEACY CASE GOES OVIX,
Judge Hand Reserves Decision on Five
Motions Now Pending.
Five motions -. .-re scheduled for hearing
yesterday before Judgre Hand, of the
XTrited States Circuit Court, in the con-
KEtaicT Eutt for 55,0"X>,000 brought by the
sv'ejt f Torlc Ba.nk Note Company against the
sa«rA^rs of the New York Stock Exchange
a;:'.Tihe American Bank Note Company.
OOr^' sets furth that some of the cicfend-
V^ -are cot residents of the Southern Dts
tact «jf New York, and cannot^ be served;
*sott'?r a»ks that the complaint be dis
nl££ei against individual members until
nootUM apainst the Stock Exchange has
ieen exhausted. Thai made in the name
c* Hansom 'I. Thomas, president of the
Slock Exchange, asks that many of the
■Sesattoas of U*o complaint be stricken
est, as they are irrelevant and scandalous.
*-&s no opposition offered in court,
Z&& Judge Hand decided to reserve decision
BBfS July 27, when the complainant ma"
DECISION ON CSLLAS RESERVED
'•afflugEioner Shields Hears Argument
. ia Removal Proceedings.
_ -* iier E<lwar3 Altemus. formerly president
«sd manager of the Standard Stock and
Grain Dealers, of Jersey City, had been
- f Jhn A. Shields heard argument in the re-
proceedings against Louis A. Cella,
JMjggg C'iia aM s. W. Adler. accused of
•BMluiXluj a bucketshop in Washington.
jit* -ward Tayiur, counsel for the three
&c». <lid Cot g-jece^ ln ghaking- the testi
£*rcr ciren ly Altemus on hLs direct ex
.^sipation or. Thursday, and Henry EL Rob
_&?'. "«wns*i for the Chicago Board of
_^>*. who is conducting th« proceedings
cL,fr ."-ojynjsuutt United States Attorney
««tral, a»vj»-d that the evidence of Henry
SSKfc?* Washington, th^t he did busi
!^ik s!l lhc " Jersey concern, and that
i-.«i.2? iUs lhat the CellM. through Adler.
bb332 "* m °ney for the business, was*
BKSP? tf J hold the men for removal to
Shields reserved decision.
SLABS DECAPITATES WOMAN
r^ from Window Sash While She
Was Passing Uptown House.
'iftV* LL * Ea Phmi P JS « fort y years old, of No.
U<f'' 82 V <J7th street « was instantly killed
" t*"if- kirr throu K h Eai * 1«M street yes
fey ngrs&a~. a pane of glass that hail
■ Ths"^-' «ci Eel frora the "' illdow hsb
% .r^ 11 •*-#• of the (.MaxM struck the
fr ~' e " Jt and. cutting through the
■NAi te? cartll^e <i -. nearly severed hei head
A^^ iahil^l»i was in front of the nil atory
V.vixi*,:.';" - at-.-jj^i tM-eurrcd. Mra. TUUfi
eSSErS: M«es on the Stm n<fir, was
ta« i}t*-f« "f.lYtedowt'. :uid il- appears that
ppJahis one pane in the safch had
V. . a> !i fco lhat v. i.-ii the woman
% iiar ' 1 »gain!yt it it fell out.
CHURCH UNO RELIGIOUS NEWS NOTES
Seventy-ninth Annual Camp Meeting at Ossining Heights Begins
on July 28.
The seventy-ninth annual camp meeting- j
in the grove at Ossinlng Heights will be- ,
gin on July 28, continuing through August
'. [ The Rev. Frederick Carpenter, pastor of ;
; the Twenty-fourth Street Methodist Epis
copal Church, will be In charge. The fol- J
lowing Is the programme: "' >?•
SUNDAY SERVICES. JULY 31.
6:00 a. Sunrise meeting, James K. Hyatt la
8:00 a. m. — Love feast, the Rev. F. H. Carpen
i ter In charge.
10:30 a. IB— Preaching by the Rev. Andrew
; Fchriver. of Chester. N. Y.
-:30 p. m. Open air service, led fey Edward
2:30 n. no. — Preaching by the Rev. Georg© R.
Abrams. of Dobbs Ferry. K. T.
4:00 p. isl — Laymen's meeting, lv ihe audit©— [
**' :^X'"'' rium
4:00 i*. tn. — Open air service, led by ' Edward i
6:30 p. — Young- people's meelng- In the audi
torium, led by Mrs. George W. j
j 7:45 p. — PreacMsjr by the Rev. M. T. Bo- :
yard. of Newark. K. J.
SUNDAY. AUGUST 7.
Services ■« above; preachers as follows:
Morning, tte Rev. George S. Davis. of Weft
I Fleasantvllle. N. V. ; afternoon, the Rev. Fields
: Hermance. paster of Jane Street Church. New
I York City: evening, the Rev.* P. H. Murdick, of ,
South Orange, X. J. 1
PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEKDAY SER
VICES BEGINNING JULY 20.
6:00 a. is. — Sunrise meeting. James N. Hyatt In
9:00 a. in. — Family devotions, the Rev. F. H.
Carpenter In charge.
10:30 a. m. — Children's hoar. Ski ward Perkins in
1:80 p. m. Mission study class, Edward Fer
kln« In charge.
2:SO p. a. — Preaching service.
2:30 p. m. — Practical talks by Mrs. Kate W.
Barrett, superintendent of the Na
""..:■- tional Florence Crittenton Mission.
C:3O p. si — Young people's service. Mrs. George
.Tump, at New York City, in charge.
7:45 p. 13. — Preaching- service.
MAY SUCCEED - DR. PARKS
Edward P. Newton Said To Be
An active sentiment obtains In Calvary
Episcopal Parish, this city, in favor of the
Key. Edward P. Newton as rector to suc
ceed the Rev. Dr. J. Lewis Parks. The
sent—neat may be said to be based in some
measure on devotion to a man who under
takes difficult thing? and makes great sac
rifices to attain them. The Rev. Mr. NeW
ton is a missionary in Alaska. Until two or
three years ago he was senior assistant at
Calvary Church. Hearing that men were
needed by Bishop Rowe, of that district,
Mr. Newton gave up friends and a com
fortable place, and his work In the snows
Of Alaska, among Indians, miners and in
behalf of the sick has attracted wide com
Mr. Newton is on the clergy staff of Cal
vary parish, although sent out by the
Episcopal Board of Missions. There are
rumors that he is on his way home from
Alaska at this time. The Rev. Dr. Parks
has not yet resigned officially, but it is
known that negotiations are In progress
and that as soon as completed and a quo
rum of the vestry can be obtained he will
resign, to take effect on October 1. All
the sen-ants of the rectory have been dis
charged, and the former occupant has gone
to Canada on vacation. He does not ex
pect to return to it. It Is said, but has
arranged to leave It for his successor.
Mr. Newton was educated at Trinity Col
lege and the Berkeley Divinity School, in
Connecticut, hems graduated from the first '
named in ML He served six years in Cal
vary parish before going to Alaska, but
previous to that he was six years in the |
missionary field in Colorado.
J. M. COMWAY MOVES
To Be Director of Bible Insti
tute's Gospel Hall.
The- committee of the Gospel Hall. No.
II Manhattan street, Harlem, one of the
Three mission halls of the National Bible
Institute, announces the coming of Joseph
M. Conway, who comes from a wide ex
perience of Christian work and who for
the last year and a half has been super
intendent" of the Florence Crittenton Mis
sion, to be the director of the Manhattan
street halL Mr. Conway was personally
■elected by Charles Crittenton for the
directing of the important and peculiar
work in which Mr Crittenton was bo
It is believed that Mr. Cor. way coming
to take jold of this branch of the work m
Harlem will bring a new inspiration into
the wort, and to welcome - Mr. Conway
there wil* be a special outdoor meeting on
Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock, at Amster
dam avenue and Manhattan street, with
special music, and an indoor meeting at
the Gospel Hall. No. 11l Manhattan street.
The National Bible Institute is now con
ducting eighty-nine evangelistic meetings
ITALIAN "GYPSY" SMITH
The Rev. Eduardo Taglialatela
Begins Work Here.
The Rev. Eduardo Tajrlialatela. the Ital
ian "Gypsy Smith, will begin service in
co-operation with the Evangelistic Commit
tee of New York City to-morrow evening
at the East Side Parish Church, No. 9
Second avenue. This speaker is noted for
his eloquence, earnestness and success in
evangelistic work among Italians. Chil
dren's meetings will be held even' evening
except Saturday at 7:13 o'clock in charge
of Mrs. Hambley, assisted by Miss BombL
At 114 th street and First avenue the evan
gelistic committee begins cervices to-mor
row evening at 7:15 o'clock In connection
with the Jefferson Park Italian Methodist
Episcopal Church, with the pastor, the Rev.
Flloteo A. Taglialatela. in charge. Miss
Edith Worme conducts the children's meet
Special meetings for the big boys of the
East Side, In charge of Gustav "Winter, wIU
be resumed by the evangelistic committee
next v.eek. The last week has seen most
successful work at the new centres— the
tent at Unionporu where the services are
in English except on Wednesdays, when
they are for Italians: in the Italian tent
at 106 th ■tract, at noonday meeting's at Wall
and Broad streets and among the negroes
at 30th street, between Seventh and Eighth
GENERAL ITEMS OF THE WEEK
The work having begun on the church
improvements at Holy Communion, the
church will be in the hand* of the work
men for a few weeks. All services will be
held as usual, in the parish house. No. 43
West- Mtti street.
\t the Marble Collegiate Church to-mor
row Dr. Allen, pastor for strangers, will
preach at 11 a. m. on -What Christ Can
Do for VB." and in the evening on "Find
nig a -
At th" Scotch Presbyterian Church the
Pev Boyd*McCleary. assistant pastor, will
preach to-morrow morning on "The Chris
tian Hope." ft* evening topic will be
-Going the Second Mile."
Tti« Metropolitan Temple i«. as usual
i;e£pin X open chum during the Hummer.
Several of the able speaker* in the tent
work now going on in Sew York arc tilling
the pulpit of till* aggress va church. To
morrow morning the l«id?r Of .!■ tcnC
r-vangfl work, the Rev. ueoni* V . Me-
The Illustrated ad-
SgSKf .-ha. if Talbot, on the Old
T2sS«t prophet*, in th? evenings con
tinue to interest and instruct the hunday
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, .71 LV 10, 1010.
j night audiences. Dr. John Wesley Hill, the
i pastor, is taking- a well earned vacation.
In Tent Evangel W&. 1. on "West 124 th
street, near MorningsidG avenue, the Chris
tian Endeavorers of the sth District will
hold a rally to-morrow at 4 p. m. Thomas
Houston will becin one week of services at
Bp. m. on July 17. Harry Taylor will speak
Jn Evangel No. U, at i<J9th street, near Pros
pert avenue. The Bronx, at 4 and 8 p. m.
to-morrow and nightly next week. Chil
dren's cervices are held In Evang-el Xo. 2
at 9 a. m. and in Evangel Xo. 1 at 11 a. m.
£ai!y except Saturdays and Sundays. Mrs.
Richard Hartley, leader. The evangelistic
committee or the tents evangel are much
pleased with the promise for a great sum
The subject o? the lesson-sermon In •Lhe
Christian Science churches to-morrow will
be "Life." and the golden text (Psalms,
xxxvl. 9V "For with thee is the fountain
of life; in thy light shall we see light."
At the West End Collegiate Church the
Rev. Dr. Samuel M. Zwemer will preach
X'-w Thought Church services will be
held at Oscawana-on- Hudson in the audi
torium at 11:30 a, m. Julia Seton Sears
will speak from the subject, "Sons of God."
Morning worship at St. Paul's Methodist
Episcopal Church will begin promptly at
11 o'clock to-morrow and close within the
hour. The Rev. F. Ernest Johnson will
The Bctt. Mr. Russell, of Brooklyn Taber
nacle, has been Invited to address a con
vention of BiW*> students at Minneapolis
to-morrow, and in his absence B. W. Bren
nefsen, secretary of the People's Pulpit As
sociation, will speak In Brooklyn Taber
nacle, in the afternoon at 3 o'clock, his sub
ject hems "Perfect Peace"; Isaiah, xxvi, S.
Dr. B. T,. Strv-art will preach during the
re.^t of thi? month at drai c Methodist Epis
copal Church In the absence of the pastor.
At the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
the Rev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman will
preach to-morrow morning and afternoon.
Dr. Chapman returned last December from
an evangelistic tour around the world. He
travelled tiS.OOo miles and preached In sev
enty of the largest cities. Early in this
year he held numerous mission services In
■VVai«*s. and will soon go to England for ex
tended work there. This will be his last
Sunday in the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian
At All Souls' Unitarian Church the Rev.
Leon A. Harvey will preach at 11 a. m. to
morrow on "Socialism and Democracy."
ThiE subject has special interest because
of the recent discussion of the relation of
the Unitarian Church to socialism.
STAKEHOLDER, HOLDING ON, HELD
Roy R. Salts, manager of the Hotel Al
bany, was hold in SL&M bail in the West
Side Court by Magistrate Appletou yester
day morn in c charged with the larceny of
?880 stake money placed with him on the
Johnson-Jeffries fight. The complainant
in the case was Baron Wilkins. who,
with several other negroes, made a pool of
$880 on Johnson on a ten to seven agree
ment, ana deposited the money with Salts.
Salts was arrested in Buffalo and was
brought ba'.k to Xew York by Detective
THE MIDDLE COLLKGIATK CHURCH.
"'1 Aye. and 7th St.
Rev. JOHN* G. FAGG, D D., Minister.
Rev. JOSEPH R. SIZOO
win preach at 11 A. M. and b P. M.
THE MARBLE COLLEGIATE CHURCH.
Otii Aye and :»>th St.
R«v. DAVID JAS nrnREI.I.. D. D.. Minister.
R»-v. JOHN 8. ALLEN. D. D..
will preach at 11 A. M. and * P. M.
Slornlns;: -What Christ Can Do for Us."
Evening: "Finding a Lost Joy."
rut: COLLEGIATE CHUKCII of ST.
.'•th Aye. and 4Sth St.
Rev. MALCOLM JAMES McLEOD. Minister.
Church closed during- month of July.
THE \V*>T KM! COLLEGIATE CHURCH.
West El Aye. and 77th St.
Her. HENRY EVERT&ON COBB. D. D..
Slinister. Rev. SAMUEL M. ZWEMER. D. D.,
will preach at 11 A. M.
d»ECIAL SUMMER SERVICES
Madison Avenue, corner 44th Street.
SUNDAY MORNING AT 11 O'CLOCK.
Full Choir will be presr-nt. Seats free.
Preacher. July 17.
REV. J. STUART HOLDER 0.D.,
Rector, St. Paul's Church. Porti t-g., London.
IKth St., betv.cen Sroadwaj and Amsterdam aye.
REV. JOIM R. MAJKAY, PH. D., PASTOR.
11 A. M.— Preaching by Rev. JOHX.CDPE
LAND, I'll. U.
7}' M. — Open A'r servic< 1581 St. and River-
Biiif Drive, conducted by the Y. P. B. •'■ E.
< HUM II or THE ascension,
lifJli Avenue and Tenth Street.
Rev. Dr. PERCY STICKNEY GRANT, Rector.
11 a. m — Morning service. *
S p. m. — Evening service.
Rev. ANDREW F. UNDERHILL, Preacher.
Full choir. Morning Sermon: "Christianity and
the Dual Personality."
Evening: Sermon: "Christ and the Christian
UNIVERSITY PLACE PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH, corner of 10th et. (one block west
from Broadway). GEORGE ALEXANDER,
D. D-, Pastor. — Public worship to-morrow morn
in? at -1 o'clock. At the service to-morrow
morning the Pastor will Rive an account of the
Edinburgh Conference. There will be no even
ing *»rvice. Wednesday evening service at S
Madison Avenue Baptist Church
MADISON AVENUE. CORNER 31ST STREET.
Charles A. Eaton, D. I)., Pastor.
SERINS OR, A. T. PERSON
11 A. M. — "Spiritual Diflioultles; Unsubdued Sin."
IP, 11. — "Foundation Truths: WIMom."
FIVTH IfrJlt PrtE-BncßloN OHURGH,
nFTH AVENUE AND FIFTY-FIFTH ST.
Services at ■- A. M. and 4 P. M
Rev. J, Wilbur Chapman, D.D., LL. D.
■will preach both iiiornlng 1 and .... ...
Every one 1» invite«l to these servlrpw.
BJEJAOWaY ' TdBERMCLcV
lir.m.l »«■.:> and 56th Street.
Rev CHAP-LES E. JE^FBXRSON, P. D., Pastor.
Rev \YM A. KIRK.WOOD preaches 11 a. m. and
8 p. th. Wednesday. 8 p. m.. Prayer Meeting.
CENTRAL PKESBYTKRIAN CHURCH,
West Ti-th si between Broadway and "th aye.
Rev. WILTON MERLE-SMITH, D. D.. l"aator.
Rev. O. H. SMYTH, Jr., A 1 Want
Rpv. GE2ORGB H. SMYTH preaches 1 1 a. m.
Oio evening a«rvlc<-> All welcome. • r
WKST END PRESBYTERIAN' CHURCH,
Amsterdam Avenue and 105 th Street.
Rev. A. EDWIN KEIGWIN. D. D., Pastor.
Vt 11 a iii. ana i* p. m.. sermons by
Rev HUGH BLACK. D. D..
Professor Union Theological Seminary, N. Y.
Fifth Avenue and Thirty-seventh Street.
DR. FRA.KCIH BROWN. President of
Union Bfontnan-, will preach at 11.
OLD FUST CHURCH "
sth ay«., 11th to 12th Bts.
HOWARD DUFKIET.D. D I).. Pastor.
11 ». m.— Rev. JAMES A. McCAOUE.
\\F I'KKSBVTKKIAN CHDBCH,
Northeast HIM of '3rd Htreet.
Rev HENRY BWANE COFFIN*. D. D.. Pastor.
Public worship at 10:."«» a. m.
1.,- WM. RAYMOND JELL.IKFK will preach.
JsAUr'SOUtS 3 'i MTAIIIAN. CHURCH.' 4th I
!■•-. " "01 h et.— Union service ronducted by Uev. |
ijaoN A. HARVEY, of Brooklyn, at 11 a. m. ;
Kabj^cf VSOCtAWSM ANl> DEMOCaiACY. 1 '
The public corUJally invited
PAUI» MKTHODIST fill RCH.
\Ve*t End Avenue and S6th BtrwL
11 A. M -Ppßachlß* «i?rvic<f.
I;,-: F._K. JOHNSON.
"TCT'VOX AVtt (iLI^BOIATE HIT:'- cor.
lSdeilt.t Rev. HIXJAR TILTON. Jr., D 0..\
(•a'-tor— ll a. m. am! »P. ■»•• pruftChinK \>? tlie ;
Rev JAMES .-' KITTBL of Albany. X. Y.
itSITIGIOUB BOCIETT OF KKIE.VDa.— j
Meetings for wor«ulp. 11 a. m.. at 221 East
15th Ft., Manhattan, txad 110 Echermerhoru at..
Brooklyn. • '____ >
Ont-tnlnar HHghje^jy. V.. Jcly 2H to Aug. 7.
~ jSadisoS avknuh At I. THU PI- f I. »!>■•. :
j. A 1 CHUIU'II. corner t!Oth Htrt^t Preacliini nt
II Ajj by lUv. . jV^JLiiIJISIb
MEMORIAL BAPTIST. Washington Square. :
EL'WAHD JUU3ON, Pastor. — 11 and 8. ; I
H!S REAL QPiNION
Sicilian Laborer Tells What He
Thinks of This Country.
People who dislike Italians in general
and Sicilians In particular may be Inter-
HCted to learn from an article by the j
Contessa List Cipriano which appears in ;
"The Survey" to-day that the feeling is re- i
ciprocated. Having addressed the steTeo- '
typed question. "How do you like this coun- j
try?" to a Sicilian laborer, the contessa !
received the following startling reply: ;
"Sister, do you want me to answer thee I
before God? I do not like this country
and I do not like the people. It has been
a hard country for me. But I earn the
bread I eat from them, and aa long as I j
eat their bread I shall say nothing against :
them. When I can stand it no longer I !
shall go back to my own land and curse :
them from there."
Nevertheless, the contessa insists that ;
Sicilians are loyal to the country that
gives them the bread they starve on. i
She protests again3t the "popular preju- ,
dice that classes them wholesale with j
criminals and Black Handers."
AGENTS to handle our Teas and Coffees: ex
perience not necessary; build up ft business of
your own. Call or write. Bums & Peed. 209
Hudson «t.. N. Y. '-" r: -' ' '■'
A.NY intelligent person may earn good Income
corresponding- for newspapers. Experience
unnecessary. Address Press Corresponding Bu
reau. Washington, D. C.
CHANDELIER MAKER on gas and electric
fixtures. Apply to Consolidated Chandelier
Co.. 231 Bowery.
CLEPJC correspondent English-Spanish. Spanlah-
Engllsh; inside and outside salesman: general
office worker; younj? man; salary. ?8 a week.
T*. J. fiery 00.. 25 Warren st.
CORRESPONDENT— EngIish Spanish, Spanish
English; inside and outside salesman; genera!
office worker; salary to start 59 a week. U. J.
Ulery Co. 25 Warren et.
DEMONSTRATORS — Make mere money than you
••rer made In your life. Call 140 Liberty St.,
ERRAND BOY wanted; mint be reliable and
brin^ references. Room 706. 150 Nassau at.
FARMHAND— Good, all around worker, milker,
teajni?ter; sober and industrious; $25 and board;
poraianTit piare. Write age and all particulars.
P. O. Box 23. Wliite Plains. N. Y.
FARMER wanted; practical, all around man.
r*all 14" kioerty st . Room 70G.
MAN. 30 years of akp. jrood education: will be
thoroughly instructed as salesman, then ad
vanced lo positio-i cf manager. Mr. Ryan, 156
REAL ESTATE — Wanted, a renting man fa
miliar with the district 14th to 34th Bt.; only
experienced brokers considered. Rentir.g, Trib
un« Uptown Offlcg. 13H4 Broadway
REAL ESTATE— Factory- broker wanted, fa
miliar with Manhattan and mar by: hustler,
who has <losed deals; applications confidential.
Factors". Tribune l"ptown Office. 1364 Broadway.
SALESMAN.- -Christian. g»ntß' furnishing f-x
perience; $14. National Employment Ex
cl.ange. 47 West 42d Bt-. etty.
SALESMEN in men's furnishing store. Ad
dr»!>s Fidelity. New-York Tribune^
SALESMEN throughout the United States to sell
automobile necessities; overy owner wants our
protector; references required. The O'Nell Tira
& Protestor Co.. 320 Broadway.
TABLET DIGEST ANS: large seller; agent*
Southern territory. Pond Pharmacal Company.
WANTED Married man (white) to cai»> lor
stable, home, cow. chickens, vegetable garden
and lawn; wife to do laundry work and clean
ing; must have good reference. Apply to J. M.
Johnson, Woodland aye., Englewood. N. J.
WE HAVE outside position open for man now
unemployed, of refinement and pleasing per-
Ei-r.aiiv--, able to meet cultured people: must be
between 2S and 3."; position requires more than
ordinary tact, but pays accordingly. Irving
pquire, 110 West .<4th Bt.
WESTERN territory; Tablet Dlgestans for al!
stomach Ills. Pond Pharmacal Company. New
YOUNG STENOGRAPHER to grow up In promi
nent business; $.S start. Call Tribune Build
ing, Room 1.700. only between 9 and 10.
COOK— S3,I month: Long Island private family.
Call this morning. Mis? Anna Lftr.K. 18 West
COOK, $2T>; family two; city all summer. Call
this morning. Miss Anna Lacy. Century Em
ployment Bureau. 15 West 3fth st :
rRAPHER, under 2. r > years of age: must
ba comt>eteiu and reliable; T'nderwood ma
chine; old established firm; 515; permanent.
Jupn Ex'.-han.sr°. 87 Nassau st.
STENOGRAPHER, Wall St. law>-er. lovely of
fice, ?l«-$2": another at 42 Broadway, fine
lawyer, 512; other law positions; all permanent.
Jupp Exchange. S7 Nassau st. _^_
WAITRESS-PARLORMAID. Swede or Nor
wegian, for seashore. Stew Jersey. Call this
morning- before 12. Anna Lacy. Century Employ
ment Bureau. 16 West 38th st.
BAKERY and PASTRT COOK.— Good bread
baker; reliable; go in hotel or bakery. Baker,
2ts Oharlton st.
DRUGGIST — German, to -work in drug store ;
g-ood references. Th. Sehl. Box 37. Tribune
KI'ROPE. — Itanufactnrer seeking- repre*entatlon
In ]"-ur'T l ';an n;arkets corr.r.iuni<-ate with travel
ler of extraordinary ability, who cAn furnish
highest references X. T. Z., Tribune I'ptown
Office. 13«4 Bi adwapr.
MAN familiar with office work; stenographer,
ten years" experience, married; a trial will
suffic?. Box IS. Tribune Offlce.
STABLE FOREMAN — Middle aged German,
careful and strictly sober, wishes charge of
business stable; best references. M.. care oi
Morris. 20 41-t 5f... Brooklyn^
YOUNG. AMBITIOUS HERMAN (30), man of
good morals, former ei-hoiar of German high
schi-,..!. wants situation anywhere. Bausch, 7»
West Tuppcr St., BottalO, N Y.
COMPANION. — Refined American Troman.
40, is useful companion; would care for in
valid or assist with children; also rood house
keeper; Rf>od home d«s»red man than large sal
ary. Address Home. General Delivery. South
Norwalk. Conn. •
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
BUTLER Young German, with excellent refer
ences; $40; go anywhere, Miss Shea's Bureau,
8 East 4^d st.
FARMHAND.— S2S; good, all around worker,
nllktr teamster: rt\^:-\xsr\iy understands his
worhfT sober and Industrious. Mathewson Bu
reft'i. 819 flth aye. Telephone 378 Bryant. _
FARMHAND. — $23; good, all around worker.
milker, teamster: thoroughly understands
his work' sotv.-r and industrious. Mathewson
Bureau. SlB Cthaye. Telephone. 378 — Bryant.
PARMHANDS. — Useful men, married coupled.
for* farms and gentlemen's country places;
K:igiish Germans and Swedes especially.
Mithi-wion Bureau. SI 3 6th aye. Telephone
S7S — Bryant^
GARDENER and USEFUL — American:
married, no children; can milk and .!rive; wife
ati cook; good re*.:rene«. Carpenter's Bureau. 154
GARDENEIR — Usefal man: Irish; mlddle-arad:
ttoori vegetable irrower; can milk and drive;
well recommended. Carpenter's Bureau. 154
_ _. Large and Small
To Let Offices
Single or en Suite in the
154 Nassau Street Opposite City Hall Park >
The Centre of
Transit for the
All within a Step
APPLY FOR. TERMS TO THE RENTING
AGENT, ROOM 6iO
TO DETECT BAD MONEY
New Invention for Telephone
Stations and Slot Machines.
Washington, July 15.— Counterfeit and
spurious coins no longer will pass tn tele
phone pay stations or In slot machines. If
an invention which its originator has ex
hibited to the telephone companies and
which to-day he displayed at the Secret
Service Bureau and the Treasury Depart
ment, docs In the final tests all that he
claims for it.
The telephone companies, probably the
greatest sufferers from counterfeit money.
are preparing, it is said, to make a
thorough test of the new machine. In
Brooklyn a few months ago the telphone
companies. It is said, found 75.000 slug imi
tations of five-cent pieces in their pay tele
phones In thirty days. Similar conditions
exist elsewhere, it is said, and with other
forms of pay machines.
The present invention, which depends on
the micro-metric lock system, can be ad-
Justed, It is said, to a "i-10.000 part of an
Inch. The machine has two exits, one for
good money and another which lets out
counterfeit money without ringing a bell,
as would the Rood money.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
USEFUL MAN". —^Young: man. married, to take
care of gentleman's country place; under
stands electric plant, steam heat, pumps, and
generally useful; best city reference. Address
C, Advertisement Oiflce. 535 Amsterdam aye.
ATTENDANT.— Charge of a child: motner'e
helper; good refer-nces. G. M.. Tribune Up
town Office, 1364 Broadway.
CHAMBERMAID and WAITRESS.— Six years'
e-xceiient rof^rpnees: city or country. S..
Miss FltzOerald's Eraplcvnent Bureau. 003
Fifth aye.. entrance on 42d st.
COOK. — First-class family cook; young; two
years in last place; $30. Miss Shea's Bureau.
B_Ea.at 42d at.
GlßL— OenteraJ housemaid; has knowled^o of
all handwork; prefer German family. Ad
dress P Barlsch. 838 West 44th St.
HOUSEWORK. — Colored girl to do general
housework. Call Alieyne, 24 West 140 th st.
INFANT'S NPRSE— Refined young woman; un
derstands al! foods; two years in last place;
>C 5. Miga Shea's Rureati. S East 42d »t.
LADY'S MAlD— English; excellent seam
stress; can cut and fit; good hairdresser,
packer, traveller; references. Ml« 3 FltaG*rald's
Bureau. 503 sth aw., corner 42d st.
LAUNDRESS — CHAMBERMAID — First class;
young woman; will go anywhere; $25. Mis»
Shea's' Bureau. H East 42d st.
NURSE. — To convalescent or invalid person;
call or write. O'Arcy. OS Bush wick aye..
NURSERY GOVERNESS — Refined ycunsr North
German woman will care two children; good
reference: $25. Miss Shea/g Bureau. 8 East 4'2d.
NOTICE.— PURSUANT TO ORDER OF HON.
Monroe Wheeler. Surrogate of Steuben County.
New York, made upon the petition of the widow
and all the next of kin of Hiram W. Hatch, late
of the town of Cohocton, in said county, deceased,
notice is hereby given that it is th« intention of
the undersigned to apply for letters of adminis
tration upon the estato of said decedent, under
the provisions of Section 2.664 of the Code of
Civil Procedure of the State of New York, and
that all perrons having claims against the estate
of said decedent are required to present this same
to Hon. Monroe Wheeler. Surrogate of Steuben
County, at the Surrogate's Office, in th» Village
of Bath. N. V., on or before the 13th day of
Dated, Atlanta. V V . July 7. 1910.
HYATT C HATCH.
C. GILBERT LYON. • :;
FRANKLIN S. gpßlN'r,jyrEAP.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the
County of New York, notice Is hereby given
to al] persons having claims against Sigmund
Quiterman. late of the County of New Tork.
deceased, to present the same, with vouchers
thereof, to the subscribers, at their plac>j of
tran.»at-t:ntf busln-ss. No. 4- Broadway, in the
City of New York, on or before the 29th day
of July n~x'.
Dated New York, the 25th day of January.
RUDOLPH Gt'ITERMAX. LEOPOLD LEH
EINSTEIN, TOWNSEND * GUITERMAN.
Attorneys for Executors. 42 Broadway.
New York City
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Abner Q. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of
New York, notice Is hereby given to all persons
having- claims against Cornelius B. Mitchell, late
of the County of New York, deceased, to present
the same, with vouchers thereof, to the sub
scriber, at her place of transacting business. No.
44 and 4<> Wall street, In the City of New York,
on or before the lGth day of January. 1911. next.
Dated New York, the 7th day o* July. 1910.
MARY E. D. MITCHELL. Executrix.
MITCHELL & MITCHELL. Attorneys for
Executrix. 44 and 46 Wall street, Manhattan,
New York City.
PROPOSALS WILL be RECEIVED at THE
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. Navy De
partment. Washinjrtcn, D. C, until 10 o'clock
a. m., July . IJ>,- 1910. and publicly opened im
mediately thereafter, to furnish at the nay- yard,
Brooklyn, "X. T., etc., a quanttty of naval sap
plies, an follows: «eh. 2612: Electrical elevating
gun equipments. — Scb. 2673: Gasolene machinery.
— Bell. M7S: - Generators, etc., ammunition-hoist
signals, lenses and shades for running lignts. —
.-•■ i, C' ; 7o: Brooms. — Sea. 2877: Sperra oil. — Sell.
2KO: "White ash. -Sch. 2681: Aluminum paint,
Japan drier. Sen. 2652: Paint brushes, palvan
ized sheet steel. — Sch. 2CS3: Hardware and tools.
— Sch. 2C84: Bolts and nuts, brass pip*. —
2CSS: Tuck's packing-, hair, and asbestos fire
felt, molding sand, crushed rock, ganister. — Sch.
2GS6: Stationery. Applications for proposals
should designate the schedules desired by num
ber. Blank proposals will be furnished upon ap
plication to the navy pay ofßcia. New York. N.
T , or to the Bureau. T. J. COWIE. Paymaster-
G*>n»r»il U. 8. N. 7-5-10.
OFFICE PURCHASING COMMISSARY. U. S.
Army. 38 Whitehall St.. New York City, N.
V.. July 15. 1910. — Sealed proposal*, in triplicate,
for furnishing and delivering 231,674 No. .1 cans
of tomatoes will be received at this office until
10 o'clock, a. m.. August IS. 1910. Information
furnished on application. Envelopes containing
bids should be marked "Proposals for Subsistence
Store 3 opened August 15, 191 O." and addressed to
Col. A. I>. SMITH. A. C. G.. U. S. A -my.
BANKBOOK No. 458.6»J7 of the Union Dime
Savings Bank is -missing. Any person having
a claim to It is hereby callej upon to present the
same within ten days or submit to having said
passbook cancelled and a new one jgsued.
BANKBOOK No. 516.9!>7 of the Union Dim*
Savings Bank is missing. Any person hav
ing a claim to it Is hereby called upon to
present the same within ten days or submit
to having said passbook cancelled and a new
LOST. — Bankbook No. 469,607 of Pry Dock Sav
in?^ Institution. Any person having claims
Upon said book 13 called upon to present the same
to th- bank within thirty days or the said book
v.ill be declared cancelled and extinguished and
a new one issued in Iteu thereof.
LOST. — Hankbook No. 465,274 of Dry Dock Sav
ings Institution. Any person hiving claims
upon said book li called upon to present the sarre
to th« bank within thirty days or the said book
will be declared cancelled and extinguished and
a new one Issued in lieu thereof.
LOST OR STOLEN.— Bankbook No. 606,ol« of
the German -:'avin(fß Bank In the City of New
York, comer 4th aye and 14th St.. issued to
Ludwig and Elizabeth- Hoppopka. Ail persons are
cautioned against negotiating the same. If not
returned to the bank on the 6th day of August.
H.lO a tiuHlcate will b«» is°ued.
TYPEWRITING AND TYPEWRITERS
i VICTOR VISIBLE. 79 Nassau St.: caulugm
free: all makes taken part paymsnt: bAri?ains
i In Underwoods. Remlnctons. Olivers. Smltha
IN THE EAR
All Modern Safety Derlcea (Wlreles.*. &c). j
LOM9H, PAHIS, HAMBU.I3. v
trjnexcetled Rltz-Carltoa & la Carte Restaurant.
Gymnasium, Elec. Bati». Elevator. I'alrn Garden.
|P*sylvanla.July2".'.' am;».Am«rika Ans. IS
•rievpTard Jhlv 23 IGraf W»lderaee.Auff. IS
j tKals'n Vic. Jnly 301 •Cincinnati Aik. 20
•Pres. Lincoln.. Aajf. 10|JPennsyl\-an!a... Aug. SI
I Hamburg dirset. "New.
Imp* m ■ v# m (ifBKXI.TAB.
■ #a 1 W NAPLES
I #4 %m 1 A>l> GI'NO A.
S. S. IIA>rBURG ADSHJSt 0. 0 A. }I.
iS. 8. MOI.TKF. . . . Anjrort 30 j
-. S. IlamhiirK v .. .September 20 '
TRAVELLERS* CHECKS ISSUED.
Tourist Dept. for Trips Everywhere.
namhtirg-American Line. »■" Broadway. N. Y.
London MmvJl* TUESDAYS
Cecflle July ifl'K. Wtlh'm II Aujr. 2
Krocp. Wilh'm.July 28'|K. Win. d. Gr...Aus- 9
rA.s N German mssDAVS
BREMEN W*l H3EUI 10 A. M.
Twin Screw --.... \y.
'■ Bremen July 21|P.F.Wrc. <sew)_Aur. •
; Fried 1 h d. Gr. . July Barbarossa Aug. 11
gibraita«| I 1 SATURDAYS
NAPLES 1 EfIVSI .-, « »
Ber.in (new) July 16 P. Irene Aug. 13
! K. Albert July SO j K. Lutsa Aug. 20 .
Hlr'lMt and 'uhnnrlm) *iurnnl«.
Independent Hound. tlii--Woriil Tour*.
Travelers ' Checks Good All Ovor th« World.
OELRICnS & CO, G<nl A^ts.. 5 Broadway. H. V
Piers 54 and 5«. North River, foot of Ittn Pt. ;
OFFICES. 21-24 State St.. opposite th« Battery.
Larjest. Fastest. Fsne«t Steamer* Afloat.
New York to London Dire:!
The most expeditious rccts. Qulcfr«st also ts
JLeave New York Wednesdays. 9 A. 31.
MONDAY IN LOKQO3 TUESDAY IN PARIS
Wireless Telegraph. Submarine Slrnala.
Lusttasla July 2OiCaronla Au*. I
•Carmanla. July 23.10 am I Mauritania Aug. 10
Campania July 27 Lusltanja Aug. 17
•Win call at Qneenstown and Flshguard.
H'JAUAKiAN-A.'HEKICAN »fc#CV It E.
ToFILME, via GmaALTAR.NAPLES,TRIE£TS
Pannonia.July 16. noon) fCarpathla ...August 23
JU;tonia..Aug 4, noon | Pannonia Sept 3
tCalls at Genoa, iCarr!-s 2d and 3d class or!y.
Travellers* checks Issued — good everywhere
ITALY-EGYPT CBUISES, 1910-11. Nov. 28.
Jan. 7 and 21. Feb. IS, March 11.
Palatial Steamers "HENDPJCK HUDSON/"
"ROIiERT FULTON." "ALBANY. and -MART
POWELL." of the Hudson River Day Line, fast
est and finest river boats la the world.
Lye. Read down. Arr. Read up.
AM. ; A.M. I P.M. I Dally, ex. Scn-iA.M.JP.M. |P-M. i
8:00! I t IB'klyn Annex t [ 6:20}
8:40 9:40 l:4s!.Desbr's<»9* St. 11:43 i 6:00 j
9:00 ! 10:00 2 #01. West 42d St.. 11:20] 5:301 8:40
9:20 10:20 2:201 .West 123 St.. ! 11 .00 5:10J S:10
8:45 10:50 1. ..Ycnkers..\ ' 4:301 7:33
.... | I 4:so!H!i?hl'd Falls 8:40 ; '
11:30' 1:00 s:f>o ..West P'nt.. 8"35] 2:501 5:45
•1:25 5:25 .. Cornwall „ 8:15 : *5:20
12:25 1:43 5:45 »whur?h 8:00] 2:13 5:06
I ! 6:lsfNew Hamb'g.! 7:30!
1 ! 6:30|... Milton ...I 7:13: !
1:1-' 2:35 6:45! Po'k<>rpsle • 7M)f> I :3> 4:10
2:10 (.Kingston Pt.! 12:251
1 7:45 .. Kingston _ 6:00 !
3:23 . CatskiH 11:00 -••• I
3:40 [.. Hudson ..! 10:40
6:10 |.. Albany ..! 9:30 .....
P.M P.M. P.M.I A.M .'A.M. P.M.
"Connecting at Cornwall with O. * W. Ry.
Social trains to Catskill Mt. resorts and fara
toira. and easy connections to a!! points East.
North, and West. Through tickets and h*^«a?-a
checked at oSces of N. Y. Transfer Co. Through
rail tickets between N. Y. and Albany aecept-d.
Mcrt delisrhtrul on«»-half and one-day outings to
W«t Point, N«"wbnn;h. or Poughke«TJ«le. re
turning on any down Day boat. Meals served
at a" hour". sTnsie.
STB. MSRY POWELL Sg
Perfect Afternoon Outlay. Leave Desbrossea «
1:43 P. M.. connertlnz at West Point wits
CTD XI DAiIV due West 42d St. 8:4O P. M.
Ol™. CLDfl~l Orchestra on each steamer.
ST'R C. W. MORSE (odd dates July). STR
ADIRONDACK— Daily from Pier 3-. N. R.. t>
P. M . W. 120:h St.. 6-30 P. M. ORCHESTRA.
CITIZENS IWE TO "ALBUHY & TROY
New Str. TROJAN or RENSSELAER. Pier
46. N. R-. ft. West lOta St.. 6 P. M.: Yonkers.
7 P. M. daily. Stop at Albany in either direc
Best service. Direct rail connection at
Albany and Troy for points North. East and
West. Rail tickets accepted for passage be
tween New York. Albany and Troy. Horses
and automobiles carried at reasonable rates.
Sen t ' for Summer Booklet.'
fIK^*TC HH Mw
Charming Short Be»
Trio oa the Atlantic Coast. >w
- STEAMSHIPS ~
NORTH Urn & SORTS ST A3
Sailings: Monday. 10 A. M.. »nd Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday. 5 P. M.. irom
Pier 20. East River. N. Y. For fait la
forrratton and booklet apply to
MAl>'K a. S. CO.. 2'JO B'waj, K. T.
AMERICAN LINE Fro £ SS^ m. a
i > V. — Plymoutli— Cherbourg Soathajupton.
■ New York Jury 15; Philadelphia . July 30
1811 81 Paul July 23iSt. Louis . ... Au«r. 8
| RED STAR LINE W£ fil s^
SEW DOVER— ANTWERP.
Lapland (new).. July 161 Finland July 30
Kroonland .. July 231 Vaderlacd Aug. d
WHITE STAR LINESr«f£V.
>- V., Queenstown. Holjhead. IJverpooL
Celtic... July 16. - p m! Arabic July 30
Cedric....July 28, noon! Baltic . . . . iI _jsr- v '- d
> V.. Plymouth. Cherboursr. Sontnauipton.
Majestic. .July -*". J, pml Teutonic Aus. S
Adriatic. July 27. 0.30 am '0ceanic . ... .... . . An 1O
Also New York and Boston— Mediterranean.
Oar Traveler*' Pier 62. N. R. (23d St.). N. Y.
from New York to
QUEBEC BY SEA
via Halifax. Nortnumberland Strait, Gulf and
River St. Lawrence and Saguenay.
Next sailing ! I [Including Meals *«C
JULY 30. ill and Berth. <• •* J
Later sailings Aug. 13. Aug. 2T.
THOS. COOK 6. SON.
2-43 Broadway. "64 and 363 Fifth Avenue.
«49 Madison Avenue. New York.
NEW YORK TO BOSTON
■Par* S4 00 Metropolitan Line Sxpress Turbine
SIZ YALE & HAKVAKD
Week Days and Sundays Lva. Pier 14. N. R..
New York. 5 P. M. Dm Boston S A. M. next
day. Same schedule returning.
r>E7l "fUJ I iII C Pier 11. Wall St. Ferry.
hC V LlnC Brooklyn, at noon.
For San Juan. P. B-. La Guayra. Pt«x Calnsllo.
I Curacao and Maracalbow via Curacao.
I CARACAS July IttifUILADELPHIA.JuIyW
I For La Guayra. Curacao and Maracaioo.
«IARACAIBO...JuIy ZSIZUUA...^. Aug. 6
Sucarlor Accommodations for Passengers.
" BUSS. DALLETT 4 CO. ,
General Managers. *2 WaH St.
UjLUNe-iMnoi v l 3l 3
S? fwlß liiiaa Passenger Service ft,
i Si yew \ork— Rotterdam via Bt>nlocne. "■"
K_ Vm July 10. 10 am I Rotterdam Aa«. !»
'^rdamAUK- 2. 10 air. | Ryndain Au s . 1(5
iml-Vn.tri.,, Line. M Headway, y. T.
Mammcent B. - « I CLARK'S
Uavea Feb. 4: rates 9-100 up. a
Jncludlnß ihor. excowlons: ■
Tl enchanting days. Stop- & QHIEMT
over prtvll«t:««. « hiKh class »
!H rcos. Hound World «n •, <-* c* H» -■* ~
I Oct. and Nov. Prosram ready. Bj i^riUl-5-
I X IVK C. I I-AKK I ru<"« \'.i.- Xi»wr York.
BLCCSUSUKD, ORIENT, G3EEHPORL
SKELT£RISUHD& SAG HA3BJR.
Str ••Shinnecock" of Moncauk siteamboat Co.'s
i i i n « leaves N. '- N»w Pier 8. B. R-. Tuea. and I
Thurt. 5 -JO_P. M.. Sat*. 1:00 p. M.
BED BANK LINE.
« eav«s Franklin St.. Pl«r 21, North Rlvnr.
daily 8:30 A. 31.. 2.30 P. M.. Sun. 8:30. 1»:15
A. M.: Battery. 5:55 A. M. 2:35 F. M, Sun.
| s ."j3 o:SS A. M . for Highlands. Red Bank, •tc
g' ic . 50c. 1 roll; to Lone FtrAne>» »nd Aahnrv.
vV I ;,; L[,|i >, leave from foot Christopher
s VUIi.K 11 1t.3 •'• •*- r y weekday at «P. M.
BOA I J SaturUay« at 1 P. m only.
~~"" 'THU l.i liK.F.
Booklet of 200 tours mailed on request.
■anaM Tours. 81 "West' soth St.. N. T. |
PEOPLES' UNE TO hitM
ro^ t (\ 4 amd poms i»
LGHG ISUHD SGU3O ROUTES
FALL. RIVER LINE. Via 2tf*f>oTt anrlj Fan
River. L*. r»W 13, N. R- ft. Warren «•' «£•*
•f.-vrs and Sunday*. r.:30 P. 11. Strs. COi.i»ON-
V/EALTH and PRISCILLA. Oren«tr- on MCk.
PROVIDE. LIKE. Via providence. JL**»"*
Pter 18. North River, foot *■"■? SU wwk
days only. «:0O P. M. Steamers PROVtDENCx.
end PLTMi Orchestra on each.
NORWICH LINE. Via- New London. t.r. W:?
40. N. R.. ft. Cl»rit* •: SU week dar«. s^)j>
P. M.; P!«r 70. E. R-. ft. E. 22d St.. 9:30 P. M.
Stra. OITT OF LOWELL »a«l CHESTER *•-
SEW BEDFORD LINE, for !?«w B-dfo^S-
Wood's Hole. ll?.rtha"» V:n»y«r«. rTantccK<;t.
Matt»poi«»tt. Marion awl Cap* C««l votnts
L»iv» pp r 40. North R!v»r. foot of Claricaoa
Str*»t. week dars only. %t «:«W P. li. ««««.2f»
>:.*r.VE and NEW HAMPSHIRE.
NEW HAVEN LINE, for New Haven. Hart
ford. Sj>rinsrfl«ld and North. Leave Pier 2«.
iE. R.. w*<ek days. 2:4S I" M.: s«n<J»T*. »>•
iA. M. Foot E*at 22r-J St.. w»e'* days. 3:00
P. M.; Sundays. 10:00 A. M. Sir. RICH AMP
- Tickets, staterooms and Indorsation at City
Ticket Of?.-.:*!. 11l Broadway, near < '.■>rt:an'it
St. Telephone Sl2t Cortlandt. Ai»o at N. T.
Transfer and Toqrlut Qg!r^s agg at Pl«rr»
•j*-»Lj>i*> I Steamers leave firr «X
N LD'G IN. R., ft. Christopher ?s..
GEi::.fANTOW>" w««k Sara, at «:*> P. M.;
•,>•:,-•; West 125 th St. 7:CO P. XL
•"then* Saturday Special. I pa
STOCKPORT _ -:- :_,<•
cox-^ckie Plw « «-** i.a» t». m.
W. li-jta ■ dead 3fc.
•Saturday special jump for booklet giving
lands ■->:.:>• at Reaorts of Cau-<:i. E»-
iCenlral Hudson Line |
For N>wburjjh. *■■»»■ Hfili and Klnjjutoa.
From Franklin Street. wmli day» except Sat
urday. 4 P. M. Saturdays. 1 P. a West
129 th St.. 1:30 P. M.
For NEWBCROH and lnterm««J!at«» Ixad-
Ings, week days. 5 P. M. Satarday*. 3 P. M.
Weft T2m>i St.. 3:30 P. M.
CHanSVS From Franklta St.. » A M.
dUaiyMlW Weat ONI St. 9:30 A. M.
DESKS AND OFFICE FURNITURE.
fa. sr»at variety
of style and price.
T. G. SEIXEW.
11l Fuiton St.
1 CONEY ISLAND I
M.I. TICKETS INCLUDE ADMls'lO> TO
Greatest Amusement Enterprise la fb» WutW.
Leave West 12»th 3t.. N. R-. »:#«». 0:43.
10:30. 11:30 A. M.: 12:15, 1:00. 2:00. 2:43. »-30.
4:15. " 13. 6:30. 7:30. 8:40 P. M.
Leave pjer 1. N. R.. 9:43. 10:30. 11:15 A. If :
12:15. 1.00. 1:45. 2 4.x 3:30. 4.13. 3:00* •:<».
6:40. 7:15. 8:15. 9:30 P. M.
Leave Iron Pier. Coney Island. 19:53. llt<»
A. M-: 12:23. 1:25. 2:10. 8:85, 3:33. *4:33. 3:2».
6:10. «7:10. 7:.V» 5:25. &:2fl. 10:40 P. M.
Retuminj from Coney Island trip marked •
does not so to 129 th Street. N. R.
ponnd Trt-> TW-t« $ Frora 129 th St.. M C«nt».
Round Trip tickets^ From pler i. N-R-. «• Cent*
STEA3rER TAURUS makn trips EVERY DAT
to FISHINO BANKS. Leaves 12»tii St.. N. B-.
7:20 A. M. Pier (mv) 1. N. R.. 9:20 A. M.
Bait and tackl» on board. Fara: Centlesi*n.
73c: Ladles. Hi Children. 23c
Ist. Tonkers S :43 A. M.
Lv. foot 120tn St.. N. K. 9:43 A. IL. *5 P. *
Lv. Pier (new) 1. N. P.. 10:40 A. M.. 2:45 P. M.
Lv. Rocka-ray Beach. 12:30 P. M.. 5:30 P. M-
Trip marked • transfer to Str. -Grand Re
public" at Pier 1. N. R.
Round trip tirkrt-. 50c. ; rhUdre*. S3c
Include a dm. to Steeplechase Park at RTkaway.
ni fin if ?$! him «• »- -
§ EVERY SUNDAY ] § J] |j
EVERY SUM- \ . ] Jjjj
Spcial train, with parlor car. leaves East
34th St.. N. T.. 8:30; BrooJtljr;. Flatbusa
iv» S:40: Ncstraad A' ■- . . B +4. and East
V V 8:40 A. M.. for Montauk. thence by
Steamer "SHINNECOCK." Retumins. leave
Block Island 4:tX> P. M. Tickets on sa>.
oommencinif Thursday of each wwk. at 120
B - war. i:> E. 17th St., ar.l Lons Island R- R.
station, f.act S4tJi St.. E. R.. N. T.. and. at
Lons Island City and Brooklyn stations, sale
of tickets limited. The right is reserved to
postpone the excursion and re»i*<*c» tickets.
Music and refreshments on steamer. _
p |MM -.^■^fc^B^r «k. m 1 1, „ , iii_Mjiii_»_riin— *
West Point. Newbnrgh & Poafhkeepsie
Daily <eic*pt Sunday* by Palace . H££SONr
RIVER DAY LINE PTEAiTERS ICENDBICK:
HUDSON. ROBERT FULTON and AI-B.VNT
SEE STEAMBOAT COLUMN.
DELIGHTFUL AFTERNOON EXCURSION TO
STEAJIEK MART POWDX.
Leaving Desbrosses St., 1:4." "W. 42d St.. 2:POT
W. 120ta St.. J. 20 P- M. Return to N. J. br
Steamer -ALB.INT," «1.00. or by rail $1.10-
Daiiy. except Sunday. Orchestra. Cadets fa
Lake HoD^tcong. $1.00
EVERY SUNDAY evirt FBn>%T
Lv. VT. Z?,d St. Sundars 8:50 A. M Fri
days 3-;o A. SI-: Lv Liberty St. Sundays
9:CK) A. M.. Fridays S:3'J A. M.
Atlantic City. $2.50
Next Sunday. July lTth. v
Lv. "W. -j ■-•--■ Liberty St. SM.CE.
I VIA NEW JERSEY CENTRAL]
I HARD CQAf NO SMOKE" C:^>-:-- J
?SH a !I Long island Sound
HGBWiOH LIH" * On Mondays Sir. CHESTS*
tlJOnilin Lltlw. CHAPIN - iy*. pier 40.
N. R-. ft. < kirks,. r. st-. 16 00 A. M. . U. of Ea«
22d St., 11>:43 A. M. for Netr London. conn*ct
ins? there for Stonington. NorwlcX '»«*""
sett Pier. Providence. Boston. &c. For New
Haven ar i Brldpteport Line Serrica s«« " «•■»•»
advertisement. Folder on request.
City Tioket AgT.t. ITt Broadway. N. T. .
I, Y. CfiBP£T~TIEAHI>IS WOHKS
Oldest. Largest. Most Modern.
TeL 46'"* — Bryant. Established 183 T.
Fins Hugs Woven from Old €arpßts.
Prices Reasonable. Send for Clrc—
437 and 439 W. 45th St.
W. H. JORDAN. EDWIN L^NTZ.
Carpel i Rug Cisansing
Th *C=.H. Brown Co-Iffli^nui
•C 9 * ill fc- "I"» at. ■'^ t * .
CAKKFUL CARPtrr CLEANING fO.— Clean*
by «n-.pre!S«d *ir. ««un. hand or on Coor.
1554 Ilroadway. -121 East 45ti »t- COE A
BR-A.NDT. Tel. 13S-3Sth-
big BARGAINS— Slightly used offlc* furaltart.
.lesks. typewriters. ,a
ss^fj^^^^ T s^J?rwas- g gK
tor Both — City.
THE BEMJTZ SCHOOL OF L.\XGCACK3.
MADISON SQUARE (1122 BROADWAY).
Harlem Branch. 13 L'"no» Avc. n«ar 12Ttn St.
Brooklyn Branch. -M* --'^ Livingston
.\ai<-r»vau aot 1 *u«e»gn ir.icuco \<;ocr.
iupp!;«» Prof e»:>r». Teachers. Toton. Uo»-»
irDcM«i, etc.. to t"oU*s««. Schools and VtaU*
AJ-ply l» *- Jirs m ■»• TTOU SO- PULTON 1 .
"J »3 Cnton - . ■*-«
lll(>K;il(<II. I'KKM.AMiNT Cl-'KJtr* in ci 2?c i 2?
„' RI.IM>I) Pt»l— ' >KRVOi:^ DEBILITY.
81-VDOEK COJtri^VIXTS »a<2 kimSred <«•
eases: relief ai ono« la daas^ruua case*, recant
or old; tho^. deatrtnj only first r!»sa sel-ntSfla
treatment litoald tall. I" BOX3CHUR. th« w»U
know n grxctet-at. aa W«»: aa'h at. Hour^. 0-3. T-H.
MACHINERY. DIES AND models -
FOR SALE— New tenoala* ami naortUlnj cat-
At Does co pine. L<--« t&an ha.IT •rdiaarr
cc»t. irr«at<*«t c»p»oitv *ua «taclrtJiry. M«cMJJ
«*moaatT«t«d. U«ch«awal E££ia««rtar Ok. US
FURNI S H ED ROOMS TO let.
LARGE. SIiNNT" CORNER ROOM, running
water; prtrat* family: b«M»uiiful location. ■ B|
th» liv.is.m. tnlppnon<». Harrtaon. 213 ftmt Mast
•I. Te!»phon« «Oihw— ntTenid*.
ABOVE ALJ- COMPETITORS.— SaUitaotorr
dealing. Prompt cash payment* fur cotr>ptet-»
Übntrias or »nia!l coliectloss of miscct!an*oe«
nteratur« emu alwaya am obtain*^! KES'RT
ILiUAN. *2 Broadway. Tel-pfioc«. S3OO Bi^*4»